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Gate's Real Estate Agency.
F. B. CATE. 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. ANOTHER NEW HOUSE on Maple Grove. Seven rooms, finished in hard wood with every modem improvement. This house is 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 Eatchelder's Meadow. Large 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 eight rods. Built only a few years ago. A bargain at $250. Easy terms. FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE on Webster Avenue. Lot Is about 200 feet by JCO feet. Price. $700. . FARM OF TWELVE ACRES between Barre and Montpelier. New Buildings, 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, uitivatorsi 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 & 81 North Main Street, BUSINESS CARDS. OR, C. H. KENT, DENTIST. Miles Block. Telephone at oifioo and residence. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Of flee In Kootn 86, Miles' Buildiwr. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 ra. and 1.30 to i p. m., Monday, Tuesday, Thurs day and Friday. Telephone connection. ARTHUR II. LEWIS, D. V. S., VETERINARY SUHGEON. Surgery a specialty. Graduate of West ern Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo. Office at residence, - - 56 Pearl Street. Telephone, 212-13. MRS. H. A. BEAP-H, EXPERIENCED NUKSE. No. 102 South Mala street, Barre, Vermont. Telephone call, 12-2. H. W. SCOTT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office In Wood Block, over Ladd's store. Justice,-, notary and stenographer In ottlce. FRED L PAGE, CONTHACTOK AND BUILDER Office and Residence, 34 Highland Avenue. Telephone call, 4-3. NOTICE. Having leased the Union Blacksmilh Shop known as the C, N, Benedict shop. No. 22 Sum mer Street, I will do all kinds of Blacksmfthing. 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, REGISTERED SHOEING SMITH. Knee-cutting, interfering, clicking:, etc., positively cored. Diseased feet treated with buccobs. Trotters, pa cers and gentlemen's roadsters a specialty. Hhop on Seminary 8t. Telepnoua connection. H. E. JEFFORDS, Painting and Paper Hanging And Calsomining. A share ol your patronage is solicited. 5 Thurston Place, - Barre, Vermont. G. A. WILKINSON, r-4T!PIAnR ANDSmN PAINTTNO Calsomining and decorating. House pRintlnc: ana paper Hanging a spec ialty. The best work at moderate nriees. BhoD above the covered bridge, So. Main street, Barre. J. A. CROWLEY, HOUSE PAINTING, Paper hanging etc. Shop on Seminary St. Tele phone connection. ' HENRY FRENIER & SON, UNDERTAKERS, funeral directors and furnishers oi funeral supplies. Night calls promptly attended to No. 18 Granite street, Barre, Vt Residence op stairs. Telephone, 13 -B, H. J. SLAYTON. Rooms 11 and 12 AVERILL, Barre, Vermont. Spring and Summer Woolens Wanamaker & Brown's Made-to-Measure Clothing. 0. W. B0YEA, Merchant Tailor. J. A. FIELD, Contractor and Builder. Office and residence, 32 Patterson St. Telephone 151-1. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN. A. W. LANE & SONS, ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS, Tel. 305-12. SOUTH BARKE, VT. Wood & Gregoire, Stons Masons and Contractors. Raising and moving buildings. Satisfaction guaranteed. Telephone Cull: C. E. Wood, 215-21 ; G. L. Gregoire, 307-11. F. G. & C. H. ROWELL, Complete Architects and Builders. 58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont. B. C. HILL, Saw Filing. Dasenient C. A. Ileatu't Store, Kim tst. Saws can lie loft at Heath's or Prlndle; & Averill's store ila times. 1 am In shut) from 5.30 to 9 p.m. All work guaranteed. RUSSELL k BAIRB, Plumbing and Heating. All work guaranteed. Full sup ply of modern fixtures on hand. R&ssett & Baird, TeL 15-3. Basement Worlhen Block. TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE. Central Vermont Railroad. Trains leaving Barre for White River .func tion, Hoston, New York and all intervening poiuts at 8 H6 a m , 12 m. and 12.01 a.m. Fscl train tor White River Junction and Windsor and Intermediate stations leaves at 0.60 p. in. , Train leave Harre for Burllnnton. Ht. Al bans, Rouses Point and OgdenshurK at 8.00 a. m. ana a.iin, ojw ana ta m a.m. i . anis eoa neot at Essex for point on Rutland road and the 6.S0 connects with New York train for Montreal and points west leaves Barre at 3. OS. S.30 and 12 m. For Willtamstown leave Barre 1 20 and 4.30 p. m. Leave W Ullametown at 7.20 a. m. and 3.30 p.m. Montpelier Jb Well River Railroad, Commencing June X I, lttoa. Train leave uarre ror wens uiver, con necting at that noint wite trains Koina luith north and south, at 1 30 a m , 12.15 and 8 1ft p. m. The 12.45 train connects with train for Bos ton, and north for Lisbon, Littleton, Fabyans and Lancaster, also with Montreal eipress, and the 7.30 and 3.15 trains with St. Johnsbury trains. Trains leave Barre for Montpelier at 7 10, 10.20 a. ui., 12.45, 3.15, 4.10 and 5.30 p. in. Electric Street Railway, Cars leave iqnare in Barre for Montpelier a. 15 minutes of and 15 minutes past the hont. Leave Montpelier for Barre on the hour and half hour until 10 p. m. There are no poorhonsrs in f'iria. Even the poorest people own property. Reindeer Milk. Tbe r-Imleer cow gives about one toaeiipful of very rich milk, nearly ns thick as the l'st cream, nnl this makes delicious cream. Mixed with a little water the m life forms a refreshing drink. An .Iwfol I.lbfl. A mayor In Norwich In the reign of Charles I. sent a man to prison for saying that the I'rinee of M ules was born without a shirt. Public Examinations PuMie Examination? of Teachers for Washington County will t') held its follow: Cabot July 31 and August 1 Morthfield August 3 and 4 I Waitsfield August 5 and b , Montpelier , August 7 and J j Barre August 2 S and 29 Examination will 1? licl.l so far 8 rtofsilBe In the school Iwildinirs. All candidates torex amination personally unknown to the County Kxaniiner will be r'eouired to furnish a testi monial of rood moral character and satisfac tory eviilem-c of abilitv to iro.ern. Examina tions may be taken for admission to any Ver mont .Mat.: formal schi. U. It. M-VT11EAVSOX, County Examiner. Barre, Vt., July 9, 1W.3. AX 1LJ.USTUATK1) ARTICLE POPE - LEO'S - SUCCESSOR Jly P. M.UtlOX K.YYF01, is the ditinirnishinjr feature of the Auetist "EVERY Hull VS." Total of 1S4 pate of read Inn ami illustrations, 1.00 per year, 10 cents per eopv. For sale on all news stands in ri or mailed rwdaife bald on receint of " VIS Address TDK RHHJEWAY-THAYER COM l'A'Y, :tl l uion Sitiare, North, ". V. FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Timfs will pnldisTi Wants, Lost and Found, For Side, To l.et. etc short advertise mentsat the rate of four lines for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and live cent's for each subsequent insertion. FOR SALE. FOR SALE A pair of chestnut mares, weight also a pntr o( blacks, half sisters, weight 2.MKI: also another pair, hay and irrav eeldiDir, Weight -txi. Also several siloata. Inquire of A. . liatehehler, liarre. Uotf FOR SALE A g-ood cook stove. Price rea sonable, inquire at 17 Cottage St. lwtti FOR SALE At a hareain, first mort- (Tae rive t cent bunds of the Unrre i.V Mont pelier Traction and I'ower Co. 1 to shares of stock. Address " Stock," Times office. IK'tti nir si:noi.i tiooMs for sale-Apniv to Mrs. Ketui, 11 .Mount St. , luotG FOR SALE If yon prize eyesight and Rrace ful form, ak for the Itartlev devices at the Barre Book Store. N " lliTtls. Fill! SAI.K, cheap, one hiicjry w.i(rn. one light bandy wair"U, one ood asolins stove, and one pim'hI tiuildinff lot ; or would trade for a team. Call at A", .Maple ave. lostG F OK SAI.K One bay horse. aj;cd 12, weight l:ii, price .'; one brown mare, U years old, weight 12O0. price 40; one buy horse, weight Um, live years old, priee "8; two driving bar-rie-s ami two tuifrKies. Apply to V.. C. I-eon-ard, "t'H South Slain St. lifito VVK SAI.K--100 h. 1. mile Iroui the town of llardwii k. lias been ini- iiroved and will be sold cheap. Apply to 1'. O. iox4.il, Hardwick, Y t. ltllttj F OR SA I K A chamt-er suit and other house holdal tects. Apply at 111 seminary St, WUI ROVOH CC RUING Wildbur it .Son, F:ast Barre, will furnish rough curb stone to any part of liarre City for i!Sc per foot. 9-'P'!tf FOR SAI.K ChatiilM-r suit, almost new. Ap ply lti-l V ashiiilon street. SSt FOR SAI.K A kit of stonecutter's tixils, 1h' lonfii'il t the late (ieor.L'e Johnston. Apply to Anderson or Sinclair at Marr iV Oordon's. FOR SAI.K The property at the corner of .Merchant and Snintu-r streets, belonging to the estate of the late Julia Morse. New' house, 12 rooms and bath, steam heat, modern plmnhini; ami modern In every other particular. Finished in oak. F"or price and terms apply to R. V. Rvaley, Adndnisiratov. " 7st2G F(Ut SAI.K One pair of draft horses, dapple pray ami brown. Weight, i.,). Fer fectly sound. Also sleds, harness, wagon, (lump cart and chains, l'lices right. Y. L. Msdy, YValerluiry, t. 7Ttlti' FOR SAI.K AT CASSIE FARM. Milk Our wacon delivers twice a day. Jtay Oclivered promptly in bulk. Shetland l'onios From imported stock, i'igs and Shoatis By the registered sire Bane .Mm, O.I. W. C. Collie I'tips Sable and white, from registered stock. Apply to George Cussie, F:ast Street. F"()R SAFE ( heap for cash, t.Vton stone wagon in excellent condition, standard Gran ite Co. 's quarries, Ilardwick, Yt. CUtf FR SAI.K OH TO RENT House and barn and alsmt '.II acres of laud, within ten minutes' walk of AVillianistown station and post-oltice. Apply to J. If. lirockway, YVilliamstnwn. latf PLTK GLASS FOR BALE A lot of rndotn sizes a verv low price if tsken at one" What ire do von want? I NION MADE SIGN'S and aWNINUS. H. A. Rufrg. 14 French St. awtl NEW rOTATOES, licet Greens. 1'eas, String Beans, Young Ducks, broilers. A. W. ALLEN", Siinnvsidc Farm. Telephone 114-3. iSMf TO ROT, Tit v.'KVT two room suite of furnished rooms in the new Ruzzell Block. All modern improvements. Apply on premises. li nt TO .RENT One 8ve and one six-room tene ment on llrook St. 1). M. -Miles. It'.Uf TO RENT Suite of rooms nn Main St., suita ble for millinerv parlor or light housekeeping, at reasonable rates. Apply at Scott iXc Towns- end's ottlce. , TO RENT A furnished front, room In the Morse block. Inquire on third lloor. loStf TO RENT Cottage of six rooms on Branch street. Inouire at Mark Nichols-, Silver street. S4U2 tii id-NT until naid for. cottafire houe near Becklcy street, about 3 minutes walk lroni Main street. It is In good repair, and ready for oc cupancv. For full part iculars, itiquiio at the 1). A. Terry Real Estate Agency. llBtf Til HKT Tenement of five rooms. Newly repaired. Convenient to Ratehel.ler's Meadow. Apply at house, IsO Y asliington street !U to T,t u 1,'vr i-'irrt-rrtnii tenement, iirst floor on Granite street. Inquire of Scott it Town- send, tlranire street. tv. in-v TTiie store in liurkee block. Call at 300 North Mala St. - RW13 nt-vr t rt...... ttTiemeiit to Tent. Seven rooms. Apply at B. W. Hooker & Co.'s store. 7;it:f TO RENT. Two tenements in Stafford house on Cottage s Jtf ' l'helpg Brothers.' TO RENT Furnished rooms at "THE OTIS," and f urnii-hings are new. Steam heat, electric lights, battis, nroao pi"" uuu. i... each floor. Matron in charge, and the best of lerviee guaranteed. O. n. uaie, rrop, wu TO RENT. TO R E.VT I ow n-stairs tenement, consisting of kiti'hen, dinlng-r'HUn, sittiiig-roini, two' ts'iirooius, three closets and bath supplied itli 1 hot and cold water, all in hrst-class shap-. ! T-n minutes' walk from post-ntlice. Applv to si Currier street. liltf ! TO RENT Ti nenient of six rooms and bath- ! rooru at 27 Brooklyn street. luTtf ! TO RENT Good large store at corner of Main and eniinarv tie ts. Aoply at B. I. Tomasi's grocery store. 47tf TENEMENT TO REST - Apt H' to "Viii. C. Mackie, corner Washington ami Mount streets. Wlt , TO REST A very prertv up-stnirs ti nenient .r m:m .in,! i. ,r.. ... i ' ... . man and wife, to be vacant Augti-t 1. An Ha siinmicr street. (I7u TO REST A Hve.ron.,1 t,.. ... I In good location. In.miiM of i :...-,..' j.. ! x i ai 1 si reel, TENEMENTS TO U EST ti. Inquire of Henry Frenier, Granite street. O'.t0 ' TO RENT Two desirable rooms at .14 .letter. son street. ..,;,f TO RENT Furnished room. Apply to Raul Hill, i summer street. fl.-,tt FI'liNlSHKI trilClMsl TO DfVT ... . ............ , ,!,.. 1 ,U .H.M1IB Avenue. ,,,', TO RENT Four office rooms all connected recently occupied for millinery parlors. East- man Bros Wtf I.I YERY ST a tit v. rn n t-vr. at....... ...u.. Apply to brown Murphv, 50 south Malri street. " ti,f FOR RENT. Nice down-stairs tenement on I'atterson St. YYill rent right to small family. Six room tenement on Gatli'eld Ave. for M0 0 Six-room tenement, with bath, vit oil Wash- ington St. on Mt. Yerriou l'lace lor 13.00 per month. Five-room tenement on Brooklyn St., with barn, for M.0O. 1). A. RKiiiiV Real Estate Age-v v HELP WANTED. WANTEK -Man with references for commer cial traveler, to call on merchants and agents. Fxpeiienoe not required. Salary, S.U per week. F'xpensos advanced.' National .tat liearborn St., Chicago. J'y 18-20-23-2J WANTEII A few stone cutters. Grearson, Beckett Co., Williainstown, Vt. WANTED A first-class operator on an " Old ham " surface cutter to yo to New York Citv. Apply to Young Bros. lostf WANTE1 Man to work on farm, by day or month. Good wages end steady employment to right party. Also girl for general housework wanted. Apply to F. I. Martin, Box 2. Barre, Yt. lurtto WANTEO-Letter cutter. Apply to P.O. box 420, Barre, Vt. lotittt WANTEO Letter cutler. Apply to EtnUe & Brown, Biirnham's Meadow. listl WANTEO Men to hcln in havinir. Applv to bH.if George Cassie, WANTEK Ambitious man for office position in Barre. S20 weekly. Kxperienee unneces sary. Must have fair education, furnish good references and ..VI. Silverware Co., 35 Knniie well Building, Boston. loltl YV ANTED A woman for general housework, familv of three, washings put out. I'. O. Box 35, Barre, Yt. O-.itf M'AN'TF;0 A man to work on farm. A ' man who is good with horses can have a job the vear round. I. A. F'raser, Welistervillo. ttitio AGFNTS Ladies or gents, to sell member ship in the famous Glots Association of Chi cago. Wages .Mi.OO a month, up. Apply to T. I'aubert, Graniteville," Yt. 01 tO WANTED At once first-class shoe repairer. Apply with kit reatlv to work. F'red S. Keiiison, 112 North Main street, under Barre savings Rank. S.iti WANTED F'.xperietieed help in tailor shop. Girl pant maker ami to do repairing new work. Moore & Owens. 1J2 Main street. 40tf WORK WANTED. WANTED Rv experienced dressmaker, work at home, or will go out bv the da v. Miss Laura Lee'air, Farweil street. RUtO AGENTS WANTED. THK ONLY ACTHORIZED LIFE OF ROI'E LEO Mil. Written with the encouragement, approbation ami blessing of His Holiness, bv Mgr. Bernard O'Reilly, 1). I)., IX. lb. who for eight years lived in "the Vatican as Domestic l'rclate to the l'ope. This distinguished Ameri can author was summoned to Rome anil ap pointed by the l'ope as bis official biographer. Approved "arid recognized by Cardinal Gibbons ami all Church authorities as the only official biographv of the l'ope. Over ) pages, mag nificently illustrated. I'M ARAI.in.ni oi l-oit- Tt'M t'V ioit ai;knts. Host commission, r.ie- gant outfit ivee. Till: JOHN C. WINSTON H i., 718 Arch St., I'liiiadelphia, Ra. 10HH WANTED Catholic Agents, attention ! "Life f l'ope Leo MIL" Only authorized edition; written by the Rope's order by Monsignor O'Reilly; endorsed by entire Catholic 'Hier archy; "price Si.rsi; large colored portrait worth d .00' tree to subscribers. Agents wanted; high est terms: immense demand; outfit free. In ternational publishing Co., 44 N. 4th Streei, I'bilailelidiia. lootG E0ARDERS WANTED. HOARD AN D ROOM At the Stafford house. Electric lights and steam heat. $i.W per week. No. Vi Cottage street. Hiio LOST AND FOUND. IAiST A considerable sum ol money, be tween the National Rank and Taft's ice house on Trow Hill. Mas in long wallet. Finder leave at Times ofiice or at 73 Summer street and be rewarded. Rutl LOST A lady's lelt with silver purse at tached. Kinder leave at this otliee and he re warded, isltf Come here! when seeklnff an Investment paying R to l'-J. rian In Its fourth year of success. uaranteed from loss of principal. Jiaoklet Mailed. M. H. HUGHES, 55 Miles Block, Barre, Vt. FREDERICK R. TIBBITTS 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 1312 Main. Enra r alia hll if ( 1 '.'. BOSTON, LIVERPOOL QUEENST0WN. Fast Twin Screw Mail and I'assenccr Steam ers. 14,2cO tons; goo feet Ionic. Kemai kiil.le fur steadiness. All rooms upper decks amidships. Perfect ventilation. 1VKRNIA sails from Hoston August 11, September 8 and October 6. SAXOMA sails from lioston July 28, Aur. 25 and Sept. 2'.'. I'LTOMA (third class only, specially fitted) sails August 18. Plans," sailing, etff., 1'.'0 State St., Boston, Mass. Alexander. Martin, Agent, or S. 8. a. lard's Steamship Afrencr, Miles' Block, liarre, or New Langdon Ulock, Montpelier. 1 1 v r 1JJ Every Home Has Its Some Homes Require 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 $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, $100.00 down and balanci monthly. 1 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. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Rooms 8 and 9, Gordon Block, - - Barre, Vermont. IN SU 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 17.39 assetts as per annual statement of companies represented in this agency on Jan. 1, 1903. That tells the whole story. Call and investigate. , No risk too large, none too small. HMM-fl-flNN- I N. F. FRAZIER, President. THE OKLAHOMA MORTGAGE & TRUST CO., GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA. CAPITAL, INCORPORATED. We offer, subject to'priorjsale, choice J terest net to the investor. We are the oldest loaners in Oklahoma, having been continuously S engaged in the farm loan business for the past twelve years, and in that length of time we I have never foreclosed a mortgage or taken a piece of real estate. We can furnish you refer- J ences that will satisfy the most exacting. Send for a list of offerings. We personally inspect I all our securities. Interest and principal remitted Investor without expense. Mention this paper. t ill ill f '" M...,B'fai,iJ , imnirit "ftitii-wrtiifli(-''1'IJ"'F BESIDENCE OF J. W. GORDON, EICHARDSON STREET. C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder FLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. Office at 202 North Main Street, NEAR DEPOT SQUARE. (T'lioue 123-3.) BARRE, VERMONT. Backing of C2sh. Much Cash, Others Little. RANGE W. M. ERONSON. Sec. and Trew. $100,000 Oklahoma farm mortgages bearing 6 'pet cent in-