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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 1 NEW COTTAGE EOUSE on Fark 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 modern 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-dass repair. Five minutes' walk from Batehelder'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 rodsby eight rods. Built only a few years ago. A bargain at $350. Easy terms. FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE on Webster Avenue. Price, $700. FARM OF TWELVE ACRES between Barre and Hontpelier. New Buildings, with large henhouse 12 by 40 feet. Just the place for gardening, having two markets Montpelier and Bane. Only five minutes' walk from electric cars. Bolster Block, We carry a full line of Scythes, Snaths, Rakes, Forks, etc. We also carry a complete stock of Hardware, Ranges, Tinware, etc., etc. PRINDLE & 81 North Main Street, BUSINESS CARDS. OR. C. H. KENT, 0ENTI3T. Miles Block. Telephone t office and residence. OR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. 0 flee la Koora 85, Miles' BuUdlci?. 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. Gradual of West ,.tera Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo. Office at residence, - - 8(1 Pearl Street. Telephone, 212-13. MRS. H. A. BFAP.H, EXPERIENCED NUESE. No. 103 Sooth Main 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 oUce. FRED L. PAGE, CONTSACrOIt AND BCILDEB Office and Residence, 34 Highland Avenue. Telephone call, 4-3. NOTICE. Having leased the Union Blacksmith Shop fcnovn as the C, N, Benedict shop. No. 22 Sum mer Street, 1 will do all kinds of Blacksmiihinf. Horse Shoeing a specialty. All work done in a first-class manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see me. W. T, BURGESS. I J. A. M'LEOD, REGISTERED SHOEING SMITH. Knee-cntting, interlorlrxf, clicking, etc., positively cured. Diseased loot treated with success. Trotters, pa cers and gentlemen's roadHters a specialty. Shop on Seminary 8t. Telephone connection. H. E. JEFFORDS, Painting and Papa Hanging And Calsonilninir. A share of your patronage la solicited. 5 Thurston Place, - Barre, Vermont. G. A. WILKINSON, CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING. Calsomining and decorating. Hoime raintins and caper hanging a spec falty. The best worfc at moderate prices. Shop above the covered bridge, Bo. Main street, iiarre. J. A. CROWLEY, HOUSE PAINTING, Paper hanging etc. Shop on Seminary Bt. Tele' phone connection. HFNRY FRENIER & SON. UNDERTAKERS, funeral dlreetora and furnishers of funeral supplies, Night calls promptly attended to Kn. If! Granite Btreet. Barre. Vt Residence up stairs. Telephone, 13 6. H. J. SLAYTON. Lot is about 200 feet by 100 kef. Rooms 1 1 and 1 2 AVERILL, Barre, Vermont. Spring Summer Woolens Wanamaker & Brown's Made-to-Measure Clothing. 0. W. BOYEA, Merchant Tailor. J. A. FIELD, Contractor and Builder. Office and residence, 32 Patterson. St. Telephone 157-4. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN. A. W. LANE & SONS, ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS, Tel. 305-12. SOUTH BARRE, VT. Wood & Gregoire, Stone Masons and Contractors. Raising and moving buildings. Satisfaction guaranteed. Telephone Culls : 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. MILL, Saw Filing'. Hasement C. A. Heath't Store, Snws ran lie left at Heath's or I'rimHn & Avrill's store riavtiiii?. I am in (.hop from 5.30 to 9 p. m. f or t-lie next in days 1 will oariciitfi ' saws Tor 1; earn or two lor 2,c. All work guaranteed or no pay. RUSSELL & BAIRD, Plumbing and Heating. All work guaranteed. Full sup ply of modem fixtures on hand. Russell & Bakd, Tel. 15-3. Basement Worthen Block. TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE. Central Vermont liallroad. TTatna leaving Barrf for White River Jonc tion, Boston, New York and all intervening points at 8 :W m , 12 m. and 12.01 a.m. Local train for White Elver Junction and Windsor and intermediate station leaves at 6.&0 p. m. , Trains leave Barre for Burlington, St. Al bana, Rousea Point and Ogdenabnrg at 8.00 a. m. and 3.06, 5.30 and 12 01 a.m. Tralna con nect at Esaex for points on Rutland road and the S.30 connects with New York train for Montreal and points west leaves Barre at 3.0 5.30 and 12 m. For Williamstown leave Uarre 1.20 and 4.S0 p. m. Leave Williamstown at 7. J) a. m. and i. 30 p. m. Montpelier & Wells River Railroad, Commencing June 'i t, ItKI.I. Trains leave Barre for Wells River, con necting at that point wtte trains going both north and south, at 7.30 a m , 12.45 and 8.11 p. m. The 12.45 train connects with train for Bos ton, and notth for Lisbon, Littleton, Fabyans aDd Lancster, also with Montreal express, and the 7.30 and 3.15 trains with bt. Johnsbury trains. Trains leave Barre for Montpelier at 7.30, 10.20 a. m., 12.45, 8.18, 4.10 and 6.S0 p. in. Electric Street Railway, Cars leave qnare in Uarre for Montpelier a. 15 minutes of and 1ft minutes past the hooj. Leave Montpelier for Barre on the hour and half hour until 19 p. m. PHONOGRAPH IN BIG DRUM. Hulvntion Armr'a Xovel Idea For Kn Op-a Air .MectiiiiT. The Salvation Army workers have adopt! a novt-1 departure in the forms of entertainment for attracting r-cople in the oiH-n air, says u special dispatch from Siuinjrtiekl, Masts., to the New York Evening Journal. Stirring strains of sacreil songs ami various selections of instrumental niu mc produced through the medium of an improved phonograph located in side what resembles a bl bass drum is their idea. The diameter of the drum Is forty Inches. It is set on a rubber tired carriage that can be moved easily. The phonograph ar rangement placed in the Inside is built under the same patents as are those used in the regular form of street music boxes. It Is tlie plan of the Salvation Army people to use records which will re produce the hymns familiar to every one and also some of the sacred songs as sung by the well known vocalist. A considerable number of the new street drums will be used by the army in England. Chicago's Sew Journal. The University of Chicago is about to add two new periodicals to Its pub lication department. One is modern philology, dealing with modern lan guages and literature. The other is a Journal of Infectious Diseases, edited by Professor Jorian and Trofessor Ilektoon. The latter journal has a spe cial endowment of $125,000 from Mr. and Mrs. MeOorinick, whose son died from an Infectious disease. Public Examinations Public Examinations of Teachers fur Waylrintrtnn mimy will be hfiil as follows: Cabot - July 31 and Aaeost 1 MortfcfielJ August 3 and 4 Waitsiield August 5 and i Montpelier August 7 and 8 Barre.... August 28 and 29 Examinations will be 1ip11 so far as p'wilile in the school Imililines, All earulitlates for ex aminution personally unknown to the County Examiner will lie required to furnish a testi monial of good moral character anil satisfac tory evidence of ability to govern. Examina tion may be taken for lmii-ion to any Ver mont 'Ante 'ormul School. O. l. iUTHEWSON', 1 Cuuuty Examiner. Barre, Vt., July 9, 1903. FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Time will publish Wants, lost and Fouinl, For Sale, To J.et, etc. short advertise mentsat the rate of four lines for twenty-live cents for the Itrst insertion ami rive ct'iiw for eneli subsequent insertion. FOR SALE. WHEEL EOR SALE 'heap. Hartford wheel with coaster brake. Inquire at No. 8 Foisvth I'laee. nutf FOR SALE A pair of chestnut mares, weight also a pair of black, half sisters, weight 'iurt; also another pair, bay and grav geldings, weight . Also several shouts.' Inquire of A. K. J'.atcbelder, llarre. HOtf FOR BALE A good cook stove. Frier rea sonable, lwiuire at 1? Cottage St. lmua FOR SALE At a bargain. fXa first mort gage live per cent bonds f the Jiarre & Mont pelier Traction and Power Co. Mo shares of stock. Address .stock," Times office. lWtti IKK SI lIOI.l) (UioDS, FUR SALE Apply to Mm. Kemp, 14 Alount St. lOStii FOR SALE If you prize evesight and grace ful form, ask for the Hartley devices at the Barre Book Store. 107tlS ROCt.H ITlililNU Wildbur & Son, East Barre. wili furnish rough curb stone to any part of Jiarre City for iSc per foot. t.'pitf 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, (d-ani heat, modern plumbing and modern in every other particular. Finished in oak. F"or price" and terms apply to R. W. llraley. Administrator. TSt26 FOK SALE AT CASS1E FARM. Milk Our wagon delivers twice a day. Hay Oclivered promptly in bulk. Shetland 1'onles From imported stock. Figs and Shoates liy the registered sire Barre .Km, O.l. W. C. Collie Fupsi-Sable and white, from registered stock. Apily to George Cassie, East Street. FOR SALE ( heap for cash. 15-ton stone wagon In :xeellent condition. Standard Oran ife I'k.'s quarries, llardwlck, Vt. tiOtf FOR SALE Oil TO KENT House and barn and about vi ncreR of land, within ten minutes' walk of Williamstown station and post-otlice. Apply to J. H. Hrockway, illiamstown. l.iif PLATK (5LAS9 FOB HALE A lntot random (ii a verv low price if taken at once What size do von want'.' I'MON" MADE SIGN'S and AWN1NUS. H. A. Hung, 14 French St. Wif NEW VOTATOES, Reet Greens. Peas, String Henns, Young Ducks, Itroileis. A. YY. ALLEN", Situnvside Farm. Telephone H4-3. 2(Wtf TO RENT. TO RENT One live and one six-room tene ment on Brook St. J). M. Miles. IWtf TO RENT Suite of rooms on Main St., suita ble for millinery parlor or light housekeeping, at reasonable rates. Also Five-room tenement, first floor, on Oranite street. Apply at Scott & Townsend's office. Sotf TO RENT Cot t acre of six rooms on Branch street. Inquire at Mark Nichols', Silver street. hu; TO RENT until paid for, cottage house near Becklev street, about 3 minutes walk from Main street. It is In trood repair, and ready lor o eupaney. For full particulars, inquire, at the I). A. l'crry Heal i.state Agency. iomi ro RENT Tenement of live rooms. Newly repaired. Convenient to Batehelder's Meadow. Apply at llouso, ISO asmngton street. yito TO RENT The store in Durkee block, rail at MO North Main St. mm TO RENT. Tenement to rent on Pleasant St. 2tf l'helps Brothers. TO RENT Furnished rooms at "THE OTIS, 14 Pearl Ht., by the day or week. The bouse and furnishings are new. 8tam heat, electric liphts. baths, broad piazzas front and back on each lioor. Matron in charge, and the best of service guaranteed. O. H. Hale, Prop. 304tl TO BENT Oown-stairs tenement, consisting of kitchen, dining-room, sitting-room, two bedrooms, three closets and balli supplied with hot and cold water, all in first-class shape. Ten minutes' walk from post-office. Apply to st urner street. TO RENT Tenement of six rooms and bath, room at 27 Brooklyn street. 107tf To RENT flood large store at corner of -Main and (seminary streets. Appiy at n. i Toniasi's grocery store. 47tf TENEMENT TO RENT Apply to Win C. Mackie, corner Washington and Mount streets. TO RENT. To RENT A desirable front room, suitable fur on,-or two gentlemen. Apply at lKburch street. Udttl TO KENT A very pretty tip-stairs tenement for man and wife, t. be vacant August 1. Ap ply to 115 Summer street. B7U To RENT A live-room tenement with bath in good location. Inquire of M. (larvey, 4fi i'earl sireet. bMf TENEMENTS HI RENT Three tenements. Inquire of Henry Freuier, Granite street. u'Ui TO RENT Two desirable rooms at 34 Jeffer son street. iftjtf TO KENT furnished room. Apply to 1'aul Hill, 7 Summer street. Ktf FVRN1S11E1) ROOMS TO RENT 46 Maple Avenue. lootf TO RENT Lai ire tenement to rent. Seven rooms. Apply at B. W. Hooker & Co.'sstore. 73tf TO BENT Four office rooms all connected. recently occupied for millinery parlors, hit man Bros, sltf LIVERY STABLE TO RENT-Sixteen stalls. Apply to brown & Murphy, CO Smith Main street. S4tf FOR KENT. Nice down-stairs, tenement on Fatterson St. Will rent rifiht to small family. MX risim tenement on (.arneld Ave. for sin.fifl Six-room tenement, with bath, inst off Wash ington St. on Mt. Vernou l'laee" for 13.00 per month. Five-room tenement on Brooklyn St.. with bam, for S.0U. 1). A. Fekiiv KE.U. Estate Aotxcv HELP WANTED. WANTEH Ambitious man for office position in Barre. 1(MU the first year. Experience un necessary. Must have fairilucation anil fur nlsh (rood references and $-V). Stipt. Robin son, 15 sichool St., Boston. tl WANTED Foreman on crranite ouarrv. Ad dress I!, Times office. .'llStlu WANTED A first-class opera tor on an "Old ham M,rf ace cutter to go to New York City. Apply to Young Bros. lostf" WlVTrH-llint,, u-.., ..r, r,, 1.,, ,1.. ...."...1. . n . ml !lt-rt.H i-injn. I lilt tl U Hi riirht piu-ty. Also girl for general housework n.iiiieu. Appiy to j.. ii. Martin, box s. isarre, WANTEIl-.Letter cutter. Apply to F.O. lmx 42H, Barre, Vt. loiittj WAXTEIi letter cutter. Apply to Emlie & Brown, Burnham's Meadow. lOiitl WANTED Men to help in haying. Applv to George Cassie. . lOd'tf - WANTED Ambitions man for office position in Burre. $20 weekly. Experience unneces sary. Must have fair education, furnish good references and s.V). Silverware Co., 33 lliinne well Building, Boston. 10H1 WANTED A woman for general housework, family of three, washings put out. 1". O. Box 3sj, Barre, Vt. - Knf WANTED A man to work on farm. A man who is good with horses can have a job the year round. 1). A. Fraser, AN ebsterville. 03tl0 AGENTS Ladies or gents, to sell member ship in the famous 0 lube Association of C'hi catoi. Wae sX-Ji.llO a month mi. AtioIv to T. Faubert, Graniteville, Vt. . I'ita VANTED At once first-class shoe repairer. Apply w ith kit ready to work. Fred S. Kenison, 112 North M.iiu street, under Barre Savings Bank. 83lf WANTED Experienced help in tailor shop. Girl pant maker and to do repairing new work. Moore & Owens, 122 Main street. ltf WORK WANTED. WANTED By experienced dressmaker, work at home, or will" go out by the day. Miss Laura Leclair, Farwell street. " 10-ltU AGENTS WANTED. THE ONLY AUTHORIZED LIFE OF FOl'E I.KO XIII. Written with the encouragement, approbation and blessing of His Holiness, bv Mar. Bernard O'Reilly. 13. IX. 1.. who for eight years lived in the Vatican a Domestic Fielate to the l'ope. This distinguished Ameri can author was summoned to Rome and ap pointed by the Fope as his official biographer. Approved and recoenized bv Cardinal Gibbons ami all Church authorities as the only official liioirraphv of the l'ope. Over mv pages, mag nificently illustrated. CPAttAM.Ki.iiu hi-pok-Ti'M tv Vou A ( r.N'rs. Best commission. Ele- trant outfit free. THE JOHN C. WINSTON CO., 71S Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. lOSta of l'ope l.eo XIII." Only authorized edition; written by the l'oiie's order bv MousC-nor i.u..iii... ...i...,.i i.- .,...;.- r .'..!,. .it., ill..- iiriiii . i-in i"i 'j rinur ...i...iii. ..." nrchy; price ?2.f: large colored portrait worth Jl.wniT ti I'll I i-i 1 1 ii.-1 .1. t:' ill 3 .limn . ii if; ii- est terms: immt-nse demand; outlit free, lu ternatiotial publishing ro., 44 N. 4111 Streei, Philadelphia. l'MO BOARDERS WANTED. BOARD AND ROOM-Atthe Stafford house. Elect rie lights and steam heat. $4.00 per week. No. 12 Cottage street. OTui LOST AND FOUND. LOST Pendant to watch chain at Fair Mount Park, Saturday afternoon. . Finder please re turn to this office and be rewarded. lbitf LOST A ladv's belt with silver purse at tached. Finder leave at this office and be re warded. Obtf AN ILLUSTRATED ARTICLE POPE - LEO'S - SUCCESSOR By F. MARION" CRAWFOD, is the distinguishing feature of the August " F'.VERVBODVS." Total of 134 pages of read intr and illustrations. SI. 00 per year, 10 cents per copy. F'or sule on all news stands fA Tt. or mailed postage paid on receipt of v Address THE RIDGEWAY-THAYER COM PANY, 31 Union Square, North, N.Y. Come here! when soekuic an invest meut payltiS 8 to l'!. 1 lan in its rooriu year oi Bwxn. GiiaraBtoed from loss of principal. Boukkt ifatkd. M. H. HUGHES, SS Miles Block, Barre, Vt. FREDERICK R.TIBBITTS ' 21, 22 and 23 Ames Building, Boston. Investment Securities Commission orders in New York, Chicago and Boston markets. Weekly market letter mailed npon application. Special attention given to speculative accounts. Telephone 1312 Main. BOSTON, UVERPOOL. QUEENSTOWN. F'ast Twin Screw Mail and Passenger Steam ers. 14,2.10 tons; 000 feet long. Remarkable for steadiness. All rooms upper decks amidships, perf ect ventilation. 1VERNIA sail from Boston August; 11, September 8 ami October 0. SAXONTA sails from Boston July SS, Aug. 25 and Sept. 22. U LION I A (third class only, specially fitted) sails August 18. Flans, sailings, etc., 120 State St., Boston, Mass. Alexander Martin, Agent', or S. S. Bal lard's Steamship Agency, Miles' Block, Barre, or New Langdon Block, Montpelier, l-loliars Don't 8roiv-$ On Bashes, Bat Dollars Will Grow Oat of an Investment in Real Estate. Plant a Few Dollars in One j v m t c i aim xuu u uc ourc w HOUSE AND BARN and about one-half acre of land on Essex Street, not over seven minutes' walk from City Building. House has been built about four or five years, is in good repair, contains six rooms and has bay window, porch and a good cellar. The barn is large enough for a horse and cow. This is a bargain at $1200.00 and the terms are easy. HOUSE AND BARN and one acre of land. This property consists of a large ten room house, arranged for two families, and a barn 20 by 24, which is clapboarded and painted. The property rents for 220.00 per year to a good class of tenants. , House has re cently, been shingled and painted and is in extra good repair inside. Property is assessed for $1500 00 and insured for $1600.00. Price for immediate sale, $25C0 00, with ioo to $500 down, or owner would take lot in part payment. SIX-ROOM COTTAGE near Batehelder's Meadow stone-sheds. Has been built but a few years and is all finished in hard wood. The lot is 60 by 90 feet and the price is only 1200.00. Terms, $100 down, or owner would rent for $10.00 per month. FARM AT A BARGAIN , to settle an estate. Is located about 3 miles from Barre City and about the same distance from Plainfield on a good road. Contains 117 acres of land, nearly evenly divided into tillage, pasturage and wood land. Ordinarily produces about 40 tons of hay. All tillage land lays well, is very productive and well adapted for all kinds of crops. There is pasturage for 20 cows and wood land sufficient for place. The buildings are now occupied and are in very comfortable condition. House contains eight rooms and has porch across front. Barn is about 65 feet long and 40 feet wide, with a good basement under whole. Large silo of 150 tons' ca pacity. This is one of the best producing farms in Plain field and can be made to carry 25 cows. Price for immedi ate sale, 2400.00 about one-half cash. Owner would exchange for desirable property in this city. . NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY, as the owners want to dispose of these properties at once. We would be glad to show them to you. Look them over. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Rooms 8 and 9, Gordon 1 N S U RANGE Some agents say "The Best Companies," others "The Strongest," and still others "The Largest Companies." I simply say J. W. DILLON, Agent. : , Representing 465,490,1 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. RESIDENCE OF J. W. GOKDON, BICIURD30M STREET. C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISLTED ON SHORT NOTICE. Office at 202 North Main Street, NEAR DEPOT SQUARE. (Phone 123-3.) BARRE, VERMONT. asssc" of the Following Properties I v rj tT,-,.i I icip a. uuuu ud-ivoi. Block, - - Barre, Vermont. i ( 1