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
GREAT CRAD FEAST.
v , 4 u I HijEon Park street. Seven rooms besides lausiry with set tubs.
Fmaed in lurch and sycamore. Furnace, bath, hot water connections, electric lights, all
ready to go to housekeeping;. Will be sold cheap on easy payments.
ANOTHER NEW ROUSE on Maple Grove. Seven rooms, finished in hard wood with
tvery modern improvement. This house is also ready for occupancy, even to the shades to
the windows. Fnce rea'onable.
DGnT-EOOM COTTAGE on Sooth Main street. Finished fa hard pine and has hard
wood Loots. Eath and sewer connections. In first-das repair. Five minutes' walk from
Batcaelder 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 onjy a few years ago. A bargain at $250. Easy terms.
FIVE ROOM COTTAGE on Webster Avenue.
Lot is about 200 feet by ICO fee.
FAP.il OF TWELVE ACRES between Barre and Kontpelier. New Euildings, with
large henhouse 12 by -10 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
H II II L h
We carry a full line of Scythes, Snaths,
Rakes, Forks, etc. We also carry a complete
stock of Hardware, Ranges, Tinware, etc., etc.
More Tlinn l.VUXWi Will Bo Prepared
For r I'ilLa' Convention.
I'luii? are unr omtilcte for the great
crali JVast tlittt will he one of tho
unl.U(! features of tho (-ntiTtahiinut
of tin- 15.im.io to I'ft.tHH) Llks nt the na
tional cdiivi-niioii of 1 1 i i r order in Bal
timore the eoiiJiiitf summer, a.va the
New York Times. The feast will he
held at Lovo jioint, on tiie Chesapeake
hay, July "I'he Clx'sypcaUe crab
will he Kervetl steweil. deviled, steam--d.
fried, in sandwiches, in soup and In
nulai!. More than l.-.0,iX oralis will
The scene is to he tiicturesque in the
extreme. The committee will ensutire
200 nejro "inaiamies'' with bandannas
and si irons to prepare the crabs, and
they will be stnimj ulon; the shorn
with tripods for the preparation of
roup and other forms of cooked crab.
Each "mammy" will be assisted by
two little black pickaninnies, and the
scene will bo typical of the sunny
south. The committee has ordered
10O tripods of n capacity of twenty
gallons each for tho preparation of
soup, and this shows on what a gigan
tic scale the affair is being planned. A
prize will be given to the cook making
the best soup.
In the kitchen of the new Casino at
the Point will lj women preparing
crab salad and cooking the crabs In
TO 1:1 r-Tln' store in Imiki-' Muck. all
al WW Xrth Maia Nt. iwtvi
Teiifctneiit to n ut on l'lem-ant St.
2U l'lii:'i'S lirotlitus.
! $-Dollars Don't Orov-$
TO RKNT-Furnmhed rftt.nis at "THE OTIS," ;
1 Pearl fct , by the 'ly or wei The house
ami turiilliiui; are new. Steam heat, electric
limits, bmbf, bread piszaa front and back on
each floor. Mauon in ebare, and ihe bust of
service (ttiarauiefd. U. H. Hate, pro(. 3ttf
TO KKN T Pown-stuirs tenement, cmii.ii.tmfj j
of kitchen, tliiiiiiir-room, ciUine-rnnui, twn i
bedrooms, tlirv closfts and bat It supplied w nil
bot and cold water, all in tu--t-cl,i- ti;pc. 1
ten iimiules' walk
Si Currier street.
TO KKT Tenement of six room and t-t!i-
Tooin at 21 lirooUlvii street. lT!f
TO KKNT (loort larire store at corner of ,
Main and Seminary street. Apply at li. .
TomfiM's grocery etore. 4Ttf
. M.iekie, corner
TO KKNT A very pietrv up-stairs tenement
for man and wife, to be vacant August 1. Ap
ply to 113 Summer nft. ' - 9"Vi
TO I'F.NT A live-room tenement witti bath
in (rood location, liejnire of .M. Guryev, 40
i'carl street. frSlf
TKNK.MKNTS TO Ul'NT Tbree tenements.
Inquire of Henry Freuier, Granite street. 6"40
TO liKNT Two desirable rooms at 34 Jeffer
son street. . "Otf
Oooe dancing. In which men wear
women's hats and women men's coats.
Is the Christinas amusement - in tha
PRINDLE & AVERILL,
81 North Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont.
OR. C. H. KENT,
DENTIST. Miles Block. Telephone
OR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Of
fice in Koom So, Miles' Buildim?.
Office hours, 9 . m. to li m. and 1.30
to 4 p. m., Monday, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Friday. Telephone connection.
Spring and Summer Woolens
Wanamafcer & Brown's
0, W. EOYEA, Merchant Tailor.
i'lildie Examination of Teachers for
Washington county will be
held as follows:
Cabot July 31 and August J
Horthfield August 3 and 4
Waiisflcld August 5 and t
Montpelier August 7 and 2
Barre August li and 2?
F.xamlnationa will I held sofnras pnsslMe
in the school tmihlinc. All candidates for ex
amination personally unknown to tiie County
r.saininer will be remmeii to rnrnisii a test,
uionial of good nior.il elutraeter ami satisfac
tory evidence of ability to troveru. Examinn
tioiis may I taken for aduibMon to any Ver
mont State Xwmul Sehoril.
O. D. MATH EM SON,
( onnty Examiner.
Barre, Vt., Jnly 9, ma.
J. A. FIELD,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and residence, S2 Patterson
St. Telephone 1 o"-4.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
iJlllWIS, D. V. S.,
Snrger' a specialty. Graduate ot West
ern Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo.
Office at residence, - - 80 Pearl Street.
MRS. H. A. BFAr.H,
EXPERIENCED NUKSE. No. 102
South Main street, Barre, Vermont.
Telephone call, 12-2.
H. W. SCOTT,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office In
Wood Block, over Ladd's etore.
' Juntlce, notary and stenographer
FRED L. PAGE,
coNTaAcroa and buildek
Oillce and Residence, 34 Highland
Avenue. Telephone call, 4-3.
A. V. LANE & SONS,
Tel. 305-12. SOUTH BARRE, VT.
Wood & Gregoire,
Stona Hasans and Contractors.
Raising and moving buildings.
C. E.Wood, 215-21 ; G. L. Gregoire, 307-11
F. G. & C. H. ROWELL,
58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont
On April l"th we notified all parties, through
Thei imre i;ulv imien ami i-.venlntr i.ele(;inin,
that fr itnv toH'ni left for wi.i!-:t!5e at the MorHe
rehouse ot I- orvtli A: Xnu'ram storage eliai u'
wultt lixve tobe jiiiti on Kiine. sinee. tlten we
have sent letters to the foliowltiff partie and
thev have not replied. An the letter have
been returned w take It that sanl parties are
riot in Jiarre. we now piinusu the tnunes ot
parties liikviii,' (rtotU ttoiel at our warehouse.
M e will pnhlo-li thee nanieM one ilav each ""ek
in thin I'aner am! keen nairt notice in for thr
loonth;. If anyone fails to reiilv hv Auirut lt.
I'.Li. their sroott w ill he ..iilil tti cover the cost of
e torn ire auJ exoense of cale and pul'li-hhitrtiaid
notice. tuns 1 IJi v iiiiiA.M.
I'erev I. I'.rirne. stored July 9, 1501.
Jennie K. iiavford, stored Sept. 2, I'.--'.
Heniard O. imnor, stored -March g, IsiK).
I'. MeLeod, stored l'ec. ;t, l:Hil.
fieore C. Ciirv, stored June 1,
h. l-'re,l KirUv, store.! Julv lr.. l'.H'l.
Mrs. lata Mile's, stored April -.'C, l'jol.
W. li. !.h klin, stored Sept. V anil Oct. 12, 1897.
Jem- l'aekett, stored Mart'li S, 1W.
Alexander I haiuhers, stored July 1, 1S39.
frank Clerici, stored Slay Zi, I'M.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Timfs will publish Wants, Tpst and
Found. For Sale. To Let. etc. short advertise
lnent.s at the rate of four lines for twenty-live
cents for the first insertion and live cents for
each subsequent insertion.
WHF.KI, FUR SAI.F Cheap. Hertford wheel
w ith coaster brake. Impute at .No. 8 Forsyth
FOK SALK A pair of elpittmit mares, weit-ht
Ssl; also a pair of Ulnek. half sisters, weight
2:i: also another pair, hay and (fray seunnK.
ttelt;ltl 'jotjo. Also seYeiai snouts, impure
A. K. I'.atchchler, Jiarre.
FOR SAr.F.-A pm cook stove.
soiKihle. lniiiire at 17 Cottage St.
Having; leastd the Union Elacksmith Shop
known the C. N, Benedict shop. No. 22 Sum
mer Street, I will do all kinds of Blacksmithitif.
Horse Shoeinj a specialty. All work done ta a
first-class manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call
and see me. W. T. BURGESS.
J. A. M'LEOD,
REGISTERED 8UOEINQ SMITH.
Knee-cottint?, iuterforirl?, clicking,
etc., positively cured. IMHesaod leot
treated with auccess. Trottern, pa
cor3 8nd gentlemen's roadftters
ppeclalty. Shop on Somlaary 8t.
B. C. HILL,
I'.ascment C. A. Heath't Store,
Saw can Ik- left at Heath's or rrfndle
Avertll's store daytime. 1 m in Bhop from
b:.M to 9 p. m. For the next days I will tile
carpenters' saws for Vc each or two lor xe.
All work guaranteed or no pay.
RUSSELL & BAIRD,
All work guaranteed. Full sup
ply of modern fixtures on hand.
FOK SALE At it bargain. ?;!.- first mort
caee live tier cent bonds of the ltarre .V: Mont
pelier Traction and I'ower n. 1-W shares of
stocK. Adiiress mock, nines nmce. jirh
HursF.HOl.H t.tHtl'.S 1 OU SALF: Apply to
Sirs. Kciui, 14 Mount St. HR-tu
Full SALK If von prize eveseht ami e-race.
ful form, ask for the Hartley devices at the
liarre Hook Store. lo.tlsj
PI NT Apply t Win.
Washington and Sloiint
TU 11KNT A desir.ihle front room, suitable
or one or two irentlenien. Apply at 1. imreti
TO KF. XT Furnished rwiin.
Hill, 7 Summer street.
Apidv to I'aul
FfllMSHED 1UM)S1S TO KF.XT 40 Maple
TO nKNT Larsre tenement to relit. Seven j
rooms. Apply nt 11. W. Hooker v to. sstoie. oiir
TO I1EXT Four oillce rooms all connected,
revent.lv occupied for millinery parlois. l.a.-t-man
I.TVF.K Y STABLE TO KENT Sixteen stalls.
Apply to trovvu & Murphy, 6U South Main
FOR I! EXT.
Nice down-stairs tenement on Patterson St.
Will rent ri;rht to small family.
Six room tenement on i,ai held Ave. Jor MlUK)
Six-room tenement, with bath, just off Wnh-
inpton St. on Sit. Vernon l'lace for 413.00 per
Five-room tenement on l!rX)iilyn St., with
barn, for J8.00.
1). A. I'ERRV F.KAL ESTATE AllF.NCY
WAXTED Ambitions man for ofliee position
in Havre, Slow the tiist vear. Experience un
necessarv. Must have fair education and fur
nish gn'i references and Supt. Itoliin-
n, l.j school St., lioston. n
V AX'I'ED Foreman on eranite quarry. Ad
dress 11, Times olliee. n;,Uu
WANTED A H rot-class operator on an "Old
ham '' surface cutter to tro toXew Yotk ( ily.
Apply to Youns Eros. lm
WAXTEH Man to work on farm, by (lay or
month. Hood watxes cud steady employment to
richt party. Also irirl for (feiieial housework
wanted. Apply to i. 1). .Martin, nox j, narre,
4'X, lisirie, Vt.
Apply to I'.O. box
WAXTEH Letter cutter. Apply to
& lirown, Burnliam's Meadow.
WAXTEli Men to help in haying.
WAXTEH Ainhitions man for olliee position
in liarre. weekly. Experience uniieces-
sarv. Must Have lair eoncauon, iurnisu rooii
references and Silverware o., .;, limine-
well Building, lioston. l'Jltl
WAXTEH A woman for peneral housework.
familv of thri-e, washiiiL's put out. V, it. Hex
liarre, Vt. mt
WAXTEH A man to work on farm. A man
who is pood with horses can have a joh the
vear round. It. A. Eraser, Webslcrville. S.'tlO
AIIEXTS I adies or sents, to sell member
ship ill the lamous lllole Association of ( hi
eau't. Waged $.a0.nO a month up. Aliplv to
T. Fauliert, tlraniteville, V t. tils 6
VVAXTF.lt At mice first-class shoe repairer.
Apply with kit ready to work. Fred S. Kenison,
m X'ortli Main street, under Ikure Mtvinpt
W AXTEH Experienced help in tailor shop,
r.irl pant maker and to do repairing new work.
Moore & Owens, Hi Main street. Wtf
WAXTEH I' V experienced dressmaker, work
at hnme. or will'co out liy the day. iliss I.aunt
Leclair. Farwoll street. ht
WAXTEH f'athollc A (tents, attention! "Life
of 1'ope Iao MIL" Onlv authorised edition;
written by the Pope's order by Slom'nor
O'Keilly; endorsed bv entire Calbolic ilier
archv: price si.M: larjre colored portrait worth
si Li)' free to subsciibers. Agents w.iiued: high
est terms : immense demand; out lit free. In
ternational Publishing t'o., 44 X. 4tlt Streei,
kol'till II KIUXO Wihlhur & Son, East
Burn, will furnish ruiifth curb stone to any
part of Harre City for 2se per foot. KiClt
H. E. JEFFORDS,
Painting and Paper Hanging
And Calsomininfr. A share
of your patronago is solicited.
5 Thurston Place. - Barre, Vermont.
FOH SALE The property at the corner of
Merchant and Slimmer sircets,belone;ine to the
estate of the late Julia Morse. Xew house, 11
rooms ami bath, steam heat, modem plumbing
and modern in every other particular. Finished
in ok. For price' and terms apply to It. W.
Hralev, Administrator. T8t2t
Russell Sc Baird,
Tel. 15-3. Basement Worthcn Block.
G. A. WILKINSON,
CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING,
Calsomiuins and decorat n. limine
paintinfrand paper hangins: a spec
Faltv. The best work at uioderate
prices. Shoo above the covered
bridge, Bo. Main street, Barre.
J. A. CROWLEY,
HOU8E PAINTING, Paper banging
etc. Shop on Sominary Bt. Tele
HENRY FRENIER & SON,
UNDERTAKERS, luneral directors
ind furniahers of lunerai wVV.
Night calls promptly attended to.
No. 18 Granite street, Barre, Vt.
Eeeldence np stairs. Telephone, 13-6,
TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE.
Outrnl Vermont Ktillroail.
Trains leaving Barre for White Kiver Junc
tion, Boston, New Yoik and all Intervening
point's at 8 35 a m , 12 m. and 12.01 a.m. Local
train for White River Junction and Windsor
and intermediate stations leaves at 6.50 P. m. ,
Trains leave Harre for Burlington, St. Al
bans, Houses Point and OgflenBhuri? at 8.O0
a. m. auu a.w, cao ana uuis.m. irains 1:00
neotat Esse for points on Kutlaud road and
the B.30 connocts with New York train for
Montreal and points west leaves isarre at
3.0.". 6,3n and U ni.
For Wtluamtown leave narre l.vjanav.HJ
n. m. ieave wiuiaiueiowu at a. m . auu
2. 30 p. m.
Montpelier & Well River Railroad,
CoinineueliiK June K 2, 1UO.I.
Trains leave Barre for Wells River, con
nectiii(t at that point wite trains going both
nortn aim sown, m 1 ou m , u.iu 1010 a.o t
The 12.4S train connects with train for Bos.
ton, and noitU for Lisbon, Littleton, Kabyans
aDd Lancsnter, also with Montreal express, and
the 7. JO ana B.A3 t-raius wuu os. rfouuuury
Trains leave Barre for Montpelier at 7.30,
10.-J0 a. ni., 12., 315, 4.10 and 5.ao p. to.
Electric Street Railway,
Cars leave ioftre in Barre for Montpelier a.
. ,t of und 15 niinutea pant the hour
Leave Montpelier for Barre on the hour and
half hour unui 10 v.
FOB SALIC AT CASSIE FA KM.
Milk Our wacon delivers twice a day.
Ilav lioliveied promptly in hulk.
Shetland 1'onies From imported .stock.
Pie and Shoates By the registered bire
Bane .lini, O. I. W. C.
Collie lnp Siime and wtilie. ironi retristereu
stock. A I'll! V to George Casic, Kant .Street.
Ftilt SAI.K Chef.p for cash, lr.-ton stone
-ioom In exce I'nt com lllon. .uiooaiu f i.ne
ite Co.'s quarries, Hardwick, t.
FOU SAI.K till TO EKXT Ilonse and ham
ami ahout i acres of land, within ten minutes
walk of William-town station and post-omce.
Apply to J. B. Brockway, Witliamstown. latf
pi.atk CLASS FOB. SALE A lot of random
sizes a verv ow price 11 laiseii at once. nav
su.e do von want'.'
AW.NlNGd. H. A
I NION MADK SIGN'S and
Bukk. U French St. WJif
Beet (ireens. l'eas, String Beans,
Young Ducks, Broilers.
A. W. ALLEN, Sunnyside Farm.
Telephone 114-3. '-'Wtf
TO KKNT (me five and one six-room tene
mcnt on Brook St. 1). M. Miles. l'tf
TO BF.NT Suite of rooms on Main St., suita
ble for millinery parlor or lurht housekeeping,
at reasonable rates. Also Five-room tenement.
Hist floor, on t-iriinite street. Apply at Scott
Tewnsend s olhcc.
T11 KKNT Cottnire of six rooms on Branch
street. Iniiuire at -Mark Nichols', Silver
TO KKNT until paid for, cottajre house near
Beekley street, about 3 minutes walk from Mam
street. It s In eood rena r. and ready tor oc
cupancv. For full particulars, Impure at. the
I). A. l'crry Real Lstate Afiency. wu
TO BF.NT Tenement of five rooms. Newly
repaired. Convenient to Batohelder's Meadow
Apply at house, 1S9 Washington street. I'ltG
llOAUD AMI BOOM At the Stiifford house.
Fled nc lights and steam heat, if 1.00 per week.
No. (.otuifre streei,.
LOST AND FOUND.
1 1 isT A small shout, on Thursday, between
riowuimr's livery stable and John Trow's house.
Finder impure at l)owiiinr'g stable. 11. !3
T.OST I'endant to watch chain at Fair Mount
Bark. Saturday afternoon. mtler please le-
turn to this oihce ami he rewai ueii. n-m
LOST A btdv's Is'lt with silver
tacheil. Finder leave atttiisoihee
On Bashes, Bat Dollars Will Grow
Oat of an Investment in Real Estate.
PIanta Few Dollars in One of the Mowing Properties
and You'll Be Sure to Reap a Good Harvest.
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 ao 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
160000, Price for immediate sale, $2500 00, with $100
to $500 down, or owner would take lot in part payment.
near Batchelder'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, gioo
down, or jwner would rent for $ 1 0.00 per month.
FARM AT A BARGAIN
to settle an estate, h 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 46 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 Block, - - Bine, Vermont.
AN C E.
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. 1, 1903. That tells the whole story. Call and
investigate. No risk too large,, none too small.
pa-jlne 8 to Plan in Ita toortti year ot ijmws.
iitmranteed from of principal. Booklet Mailed.
M. H. HUGHES, 55 Miles Block, Barre, Vt.
j BOSTON to
New England June 11
Mayflower . 'f
Commonwealth Inly 'I
New Kiiarland "I.V
Mayflower July lfi
ComiiHiiiwealh, July W
1st clans Si upwarilHj 2d class $12 50;
3d class at low rates.
Aor?, Gibraltar. Nplo, Gonon.
Cambroman June 20, Aui? 8, Sopt 19
Vancouver July l, Aug 2U, Oct, 10
1st class, J7, upwads; 2d class, $50,
Coiiir-anv's OrHro, 77State St., Boston,
orS. t. ISallarrl, MUps' Uranlte Building,
Barre, new L&riKiton lllock, -Montpelier.
RESIDENCE OF J, W. GORDON, RICHARDSON STREET.
C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder
PLANS A3TD SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
Office at 202 North Main Street,
NEAR DEFOT SQUARE. ' (Phone 123-3.) BARRE, VERMONT.
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