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F. B. CATE.
H. J. SLAYTON.
Caters Real Estate Agency
Wonderful Opportunities.
piiFAE'Sh?EAL..ESTATB AOENCY offers for Bale a 400 Acre Farm with
eiceiitmt buildings thereon, Hituated in the center of town, near railroad and
pontolliee in fact the postoffice is situated unon the farm. Buildings con
nected with telephone. This farm produces 200 tons of hay, all cat by machin
ery, and the fields are so free from stone that the plowing is done with a sulky
plow. The buildings are Bituated so that the entire furm can be seen tbere
irorn. The farm is supplied with excellent spring water. This property can
w secured on eHsy terms small payment down or It can be Becured in ex
change for city property. The reason that the owner wishes to disoose of the
hove place fs on account of poor health. Will make a great sacrince in order
to dispose of the eaine.
FARM one mile from Plainfield postoffice containing 60 acres, one-balf
story house of nine rooms, all of which are in first-class repair. Barn is nearly
new, 80x30 feet, cow stable 61xlS, basement under all. Bucar orchard well
pquipped. Good orchard in good state of cultivation. Soft timber sulticient
lor farm oso. Also running water. Will winter seventeen cattle and team.
All mowing done by machine. The above described farm is In Bret-class con
dition and thoroughly up to date. Fine crops, consisting of 25 tons of hay in
the barn, three acres silo corn, one acre potatoes and small crops. Two horse
wagon, mowing machine, rake, disk harrow, Bpring-tooth harrow, p'ow, t--o
' v,'"r"i n corn planter and small tools necessary to run a good lrm.
Will sell stock with the farm if desired.
FARM of 175 acres on good stage road. Mostly meadow land. Contains
sugar orchard of 10O0 trees. Evaporator and tubs. Apple orchard. Buildings
as good as there is in the town. Barn will tie up 33 cows. Also good horse
barn. One mile from school. Will sell farm separate or with crops, stock and
tools, for small payment) down.
FARM of 150 acres, 25 acres wood land, both hard and soft. Good or
chard. Extra good buildings all painted. Barn Is 80 by 40 feet, horse barn 30
hy 30 feet. Basement under all. Nice level land free from stones. Will keep
2a cows and team. Included are 17 cows, hay tedder, mowing machine, plows,
harrows, horse rake, traverse sled, express wagon, work harness, one new milk
separator, crop of hay, four and a half acres of corn, nine acres of oats, three
fourths acre of potatoes, etc. It is one-half mile from school, located in a
good farming town and is one of the best producing farms in Washington
county. Will exchange for city property.
V. RIGHT AG A III
These are all No. i Farms and well located
on a good stage road. ,
Bolster Block, Rooms 1 1 and 1 2
Proi.eeiiiL.il of ?!,? Aicnue.I I.jnilon
I'romater 1!Im.
London. Au-. -.",.-!,: jiroi-fvilin-s in
ill? case of WliltuUer Wright, the nun
puny promoter. were resumed in the
Guildhall police coui-t. The atti'iirtanw
of the pui.h'c ivy not lurjje. Wright
anwnrwl to bo calmly onfiilent. In
formally openitiur for the prosecution
Horace E. A very, senior counsel for the
treasury, described the circumstances
of Wight's departure for New York
ond his extradition and said the broad
facts of the prosecution's case were
that Wright, being iiifinaidnif director
of ihe London and Gtohe. Hriiish-Amer-
uun and Standard Lsp'oration compa
nies, used these names as suited h,s
purpose for Stock Exchange specula
tions and engaged wholly iu fictitious
transactions.
Counsel added, an evidence that
Wright controlled all the financial op
erations of the companies, that the
much discussed speech of the late Lord
luiff'iin at a shareholders' meeting
was written by Wight. Mr. Avory
concluded with paying that the losses
of shareholders in the capital of the
three companies amounted to .2"i,oiu(.
000 and that of 3S!,r7r shares of the
I London and Globe Finance corporation
originally held by right he appeared
only to possess 2.H0 shares at the time
of the col lapse, of the concern.
Today was occupied with the exami
nation" of witnesses in support 'of -Mr.
Avery's contention that Wright swelled
the asset, and diminished the liabili
ties of 'Ms companies by paper entries,
transferring items of one comnanv to
another just before shareholders' meet
tags. The proceedings were then ad
lourncd.
TO RENT.
TO KKNT I'mvn f:or" tcncinrnt t.n'iutf
Currier Park. W. ". .Vackif, rorurr of V n-h
; mtt.iii and Mount strei-ts. l.:.xS
I I.IVKKY STABI.K TO KKXT-Sixtwn stiilhT
J Apply to liiuwn & Murphy, r9 South Mio
Mri-t:t, ' Hit
!'ro HKNT c.oinj lur'f sturw at corix-r of
Main ami Seminary strwts. Apply lit li. I.
j Touumi'g grocery More. 47tf
IKNEMtM TO PKVT- Apply"i7)Win.
' C. M.tckie, corner Wellington aid Mmmt
streets. 40 tf ,
$-Dollars Don't Irow-I
TO KKNT--A house "n River St.
F. 11. K'wn.
lii'jnire of
l.iltf
j TO KKNT A nve-ncm tenement with t ilth
, In e'Kl location. Inquire of M. Ohiyi-v, 4G
i eat i street.
Kit
I TO liKNT-t'istaim tenement, corner M;iple
avenue anil Suiuinei street. mailt Sept. 1st.
! Apply to A. V. li!(lfre, corner Silver and llvoi.k
1 streets. . K;7tf
Carload
Quakers! "
TO It I '.NT Oft Si;I.I t nniisl.ed or tinfurn
islieil, house of m-ven rooms and Kirn. AIo
shed, Lfieateil at Granitevilie. Also cow for
sale. For ltirther particulars impure of K. 11.
Canipl.ell, lirauitcville. l ottl
On Bashes, Bat Dollars Will Grow
Oot of an Investment in Real Estate.
Plant a Few Dollars in One cf the Following Properties
and You'lpe Sure to Reap a Good Harvest.
TO KKNT Down ftnirs tenement,
of Clark Tlioni, 17 Academy street.
Iiumirc
U7t3
TO KKNT-Two nieelvfnrnislied rooms. Kn
qnire of Mrs. hitehead of Kastern Ave. isr.tf
TO KKNT Suite of room on Main St., suita
ble for millinery parlor or lifrht housekeeping,
at reasonable rates. Also Five-room tenement,
tiist floor, on Granite street. Apply at Seott &
Townsend'g fti ce .
To KKNT A very prettv tip-stairs tenement
for man Hnd wife, M be vacant August 1. Ap
ply to 115 Summer street. t)7tj
'Just received, a new line of Quaker
Stoves and Ranges. Our prices are right for the
Fall trade and our Stoves are guaranteed to
give satisfaction. Just ask for the "Quaker.
PRINDLE & AVE RILL,
81 North Main Street, - - - Barre, Vermont.
BUSINESS CARDS.
OR. C. H. KENT,
DENTIST. Miles Block. Telephone
it oB5c und residence.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Of
fice In Kootn 85, Miles' Buildine.
0:1! ce bourn, 9 a. m. to 12 ru and 1.30
to 4 p. m , Monday, Taostlay, Thurs
day and Friday. Tolepbooe connection.
ARTHUR II LFVYIS. 0 V S.,
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Surgery a spec-laity. Graduate of West
ern Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo.
Office at rei-iilenee, . - 8tl I'earl Street.
Telephone, 212-13.
Spring and Snrnmsr Woolens
Wanamaker & Brown's
Made-to-Measnre Clothing.
0. W. B0YEA, Merchant Tailor.
J. A. FIELD,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and residence, 32 Patterson
St. Telephone 157-4.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
MRS. H. A. BEACH.
EXPERIENCED NURSE. No. 102
South Main street, Barre, Vermont.
Telephone call, 12-2.
H, W. SCOTT,
ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW... Office In
Wood Block, over Ladd's store.
Jnsttee, notary and stenographer
In office.
FRED L. PAGE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Residence, 34 Highland
Avenue. Telephone call, 4-3.
NOTICE.
Having leased the Union Blicksmith Shop
known is the C, N, Undid shop. No. 22 Sum
mer Street. I will do all kinds of Blicksmlthinf.
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-cnttlng, lnterforinsr, ollcking,
etc., positively cured. Diseased feet
treated with succors. Trotters, pa
cers and gentlemen's roadsters a
specialty. Bhop on Seminary 8t.
Telepnone connection. .
H. E. JEFFORDS,
Painting and Paper Hanging
And Calsomining. A share
ot your patronage is solicited.
5 Thurston Place, - Barre, Vermont.
G. A. WILKINSON,
CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING.
Calsomining and decorating. House
painting and paper banging a spec
laity. The best work at moderate
prices, rsnno idbvb imc cuiwou
bridge, So. Main street, Barre.
A. W. LANE & SONS,
ARCHITECTS and
BUILDERS,
Tel. 305-12. SOUTH BARRE, VT.
vWord & Grg-oire,
Sta Masons and Contractors.
liaising and movirg buildings.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Telephnue CbIIus
C. E.Yood, 215-21 ; G. L. Gregolre, 307-11.
F. G. & C. H. ROWELL,
Complete Architects
and Builders;
58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont.
B. C. HILL,
Saw Filing'.
Basement C A. Heath't Store,
Elm St.
Saws ran be left at Heath's or Primlle &
Averill's ntor daytime. I 8111 in shop frrmi
6.30 to 9 1). in. f or t lie present I will tile
carpenters' saws for lfc eaeh or two for 25e.
All work guaranteed or no pay.
RUSSELL & BAIRD,
Plumbing
and Heating.
AH work guaranteed. Fall sup
ply of modern fixtures on hand.
Rassell & Baird,
Tel. 15-3. " Basement Worthen Block.
(hi oh go's ltrataurani Strike.
Cliiffiao. Aii. 2.".--Only a sum!! mini
bvt of tln waiters and cooks employed
In, several downtown lunch rooms
struck In the first move of the waiters
and cooks' union to renew the lij.iit
against the Cliicaso ltcstaunint Keep
ers' association. In a general state
ment issued by tin cooks and waiters
the reason nssijnit-d for the action i
alleged discrimination on the part of
the arbitration board in its decision
relating to the tjuestion of hours am!
wnses
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Timks will publish Want, Lost Mid
Found, For Kale, To I,et, etc. short advertise
ments at the rate of four linen for twenty-five
cent for the tlrst insertion and five cent's for
eaeh nilisetjueut insertion.
FOR SALE.
HOrSEIlOLD COOPS AT PHIYATK SALE.
Consisting of one mahojranv eliamher suite, one
library tahle, ball tree, fcin jardiniere and
taml, one hair mattrens, one folilinir lied couch.
pillows ana pietures, a pas lamp ami gas stove
Apply to 1 r. Lew is, 36 I'earl street. Li7t
TO RENT.
fit room tenement with rooms down and up
stairs on Hrook utreet, near Mam. Ha all
mouern convenirnees, furnace, lights, si-t tulw,
hot and cold water, etc. iii-nt. l;i.(X) per month!
.Six room tenement at the corner of Summer
street and Keith avenue. Is in tirst-elasn re
pair. Kent, $15.00 per month. For full partieu
iars inijiiire of the I(. A. Perry Keal Kstat
Agency, Gordon Bluefc. Laitf
TO KE.NT Furnished ro.jm.
Hill, 7 (sumiuer street.
Apply to Faul
t5tf
TO 15KXT.
Tenement to rent on 1'Ieasant St.
2tf I'helps Urothers.
TO KEXTOne nice tenement of nix rooms,
one of five, one of four and one of three rooms.
Elertric lights, steam heat, hot water. Apply
at W. li. Tomasi store, corner of North Main
and Seminary streets. liatf
TO RENT Larjre tenement to rent. Seven
rooms. Applyat U.W. Hooker .V Co.'sstore. 7JlI ,
HELP WANTED.
OIRL WAXTEI) Inquire at lOli South Main
street. Liiaf
WANTED (iana of tirst-elas stone cutters!.
Chas. Kianthi & bun, Etwt Bane. lJStO
WANTED At once, an experienced pirl for
general housework. No other need applv. No.
6 School street. , 'l'lStf
WANTED Competent irl for general house
work. Apply to Sirs. T. E. Hauiel, '-'4 Cliureh
street. I;jtit3
WANTED Capable girl for housework. Ad
dress D. M. Miles, Marie. i:iUf
FOH SALK-Very cheap, if wild this week, a
me.imm sized neater. Address, neater,"
j ines omce. laTU
FOR SALE A gronite onarrv In Sodom. Vt
consisting of atiout ten acres of quarry land and
unlimited Humping gTound. StocK is ot good
medium o,uaUiy. Equipped w ith a 25 tin hack
Mock derrick and all necessary tools. Price
verv reasonahle and terms eav. For further
partienlara inquire of John Osborne, 1. o. Hex
i t, East Kuire. Vt. l.iTtfi
HK1V1.NO HORSE FOR SALE For partleu
lars inquire of W. II. tirillin, IKS Washington
street. l.wto
FOR SALE House of six rooms, with large
barn and an additional building lot. House and
t-arn in good repair. Huilding lot one of the
finest in the citv. would exi hanire'tor farm.
Applv to G. V. Robinson, No. 2 Kirk street or
at Times office. M12
FOR SALE A habv carnage in good condi
tion. Apply to J. V. Enislie, 1J Branch St. l;t2
IIOCSE AND 11ARX FOR SALE A nice
eiglit-riwiin house and a large barn situated on
Rissett St. This is an ideal place for a family.
The bit is exceptionally large, has lieen used as
a garden for the past twelve years and Is very
productive. There are a number of bearing
apple trees and currant bin-lies in the garden.
The house is supplied with citv. water and has a
water-eloset and connection with city sewers.
This property w ill be sold at a tiargain for cash.
Applv to Frank Movalla, 20 Hassett St. Ultl'J
WANTED A . first - class granite cutter.
Steady work for an all-round man. Applv to
the C". X. Grant Granite Co., Hrattlebui -o" Vt.
I'nion yard. lX'ltj
WANTED Seven tirst-class stone cutters hy
the Kane Oraniw Co., Stontpclier. laitf
WANTEl At one, experienced vest maker.
Steady work and good pav. Apply to Rogers
& Grady Co. " Lioti
WANTED A woman for general housework,
family of three, washings put out. I'. O. Box
3Sn, Rarre, Vt. !Jtf
WORK WANTED.
WANTED Girl would like a place to do gen
eral housework. Apply at Si Currier strc-t or
liox 2i'. lTta
WANTED Place to work by a woman with
three-vear-old child. Address, " Housework,"
thisotiioe. 1;17U
WANTED Work to do on typewriter. Terms
reasonable. Work guaranteed. Address. Mrs.
W. F. Harris, i I'earl street. LUtf
HOUSE AND BARN
and about one naif 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 $150000 and insured for
$1600.00. Price for immediate sale, $2500 00, with $100
to $500 down, or owner would take lot in part payment.
SLX-ROOM COTTAGE
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, $100
down, or owner would rent for $io.co per month.
FARM AT A BARGAIN
to settle an estate. Is located about 3 4 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.
WAXTElv 1'lain sewing and children's cloth
ing to make. Mrs. W. E. Imcliarnie, 61 Maple
avenue. 12iito
VINKGAK FOK SALE One gallon, 13c; two
gallons, 2'c: live gallons. 60c. George W. Ras-
sett, 1'rospect street, City. l tti
WANTED Bv a young ladv. position as book
keeper and office assistant. Three years' ex
perience, with best of reference. Address,
?v A., tins oiuce. liirtj
WANTED Rv experienced dressmaker, work
at home, or will go out by the day. Miss Laura
I-eclair, Farwell street. MMti
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.
AGENTS WANTED.
o' i -1 . jiy on 1 1 e i if; nil niton nt: i ,111 lie, j
consisting of heavv horses, harness, wagons and 1
sieiis. l am lernco, aumnieiier, t- l-'i"
l'IGS FOR SALE Inquire of E. M. Trow
l't3
FOH SALE Two houses, one of lrt rooms, the
other (i. Good cellars. Also barn 1Sx24, all in
good condition and supplied with sp.iing water.
The lot has 8ti foot frontage and l.'ti feet depth.
Apply to Mis, Lcclaire, tipper Granitevilie
lisiu
FOR SALE A pair of chestnut mares, weight
Htm; also a pair of blacks, half sisters, weight
-Viou: also another pair, nav and grav geldings,
welcht '-W1. Also several shoals. Inquire of
A. E. Itatchelder, Harre. lltltf
FOR SALE A good ccs.k stove.
sonable. Inquire at 17 Cottage St.
Price rea-lwto
FOR SALE At ft bargain, S.tMiO first mort
gage live per cent lionds of the Harre & Mont
pelier Traction and Power Co. 14(1 shares of
stock. Address " Stock," Times office. lOUtti
KoCGH CI RISING Wildbur Son. East
Barre, will furnish rough curb atone to any
part of liarre City for 2c per foot. tH'potf
J. A. CROWLEY,
HOUSE PAINTING, 1'aper hanging
etc. Shop on Seminary 8t. Tele
phone concoction.
HENRY FRENIER & SON,
UNDEBTAKERS, funeral directors
.and furnishers of funeral supplies.
Night calls promptly attended to.
No. 18 Granite street, Barre, Vt.
Residence np stairs. Telephone, 13 -6.
FOR SALE AT CARSIE FARM.
Milk Our wngon delivers twice a day.
HayDelivered promptly in hulk.
Shetland Ponies From imported stock.
Pigs and Shoates Ry the registered sire
Rarre Jim, O. . IV. C.
Collie l'n us Sable and white, from registered
stuck. Apply to George Cassie, Kant Street. .
FOR SALE OR TO RENT House and harn
and alsiut -jo acres of laud, within ten minutes'
walk of Williamstown station and post-office.
Apply to j. h. HrocKway, v nnainstown. i;nr
PLATK GLASS FOR SALE A lotof random
siwis a verv low price if taken at once What
size do von want? CNION MADE SIGNS and
A WNINQ8. H. A. Rugg, 14 French St. VJUtl
NEW POTATOES,
Beet Greens. Peas,
Young Puck.
A . W . ALLEN , Sunuj side J arm.
Telephone 114-3. '.W.tf
String Reans,
uronris.
TO RENT.
TO RENT August l'th, an tip-stairs tenement
to small famllv. Harn If wanted. Inquiro of
.Mrs. S. II. Reims, 304 North Slain St. l'27tf
TO RENT Pown-stairs tenement, consisting
of kitchen, dining-room, sitting-room, two
bedrooms, three closets and bath supplied w ith
hot and cold water, all in hrst-class shape.
Ten minutes' walk from post-office. Applv to
ftl Currier street. Ul'tf
FI RNTSHED ROOMS TO RENT 46 Maple
Avenue. luotf
TO RENT Four office rooms all connected,
recently occupied for millinery parlors. East
man Bros. kilt
LADIES AND GENTS We pay $12 per 1.000
cash copying at home. Everything furnished.
Send stamp. Monarch Supply ( o., Sta. 3. Wor
cester, Mass. Lt-Jtij
WANTED Agents in every town in Washing
ton county to canvass for the life of Rope Leo
Mil. For free outfit address or call at No. 2
School St., Montpelier, Vt. lx'tti
DERRICK WANTED.
WANTED At once, a second-hand hore or
hand derrick. Also quarry tools. Address
The Maple Hill Granite Co., I". o liox ;il."i,
Harre, Vt. lfettl
BOARDERS WANTED.
WANTED Table boarders in the Granite
Savings Hank Rloek. Mrs. F. S. Kcnison. IJotfl
HOARD AND ROOM At the Stafford house.
Electric lights and steam heat. ?4.U0 per week.
No. VI Cottage street. SiTttS
HORSE WANTED.
WANTED Horse weighing about loon pounds
for driving purposes, at a fair price. Call Sun
day afternoon at Imrkee's house, rear of James
Aliern's shop on Hlaekwell street. Photog
rapher. rwtsi
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A parrot, left mv house Thursday
night. Finder who brings him back alive will
get $.-..00 and dead fl.tKl Joe Ossola, Hotel
Milium. LStitli
LOST Between Granitevilie and Harre, Aug.
10, a custom made, brim'n jacket. Finder
please leave at this office and lie rew arded. I,irit6
NOTICE.
As my w ife, Mrs. A. Rolli, has left her hus
band and four children, and is staying with her
brother, C. t avici hi in Harre, I forbid anyone
trusting her on my account.
A. ROLLI.
Rurllngton, Vt.. Aug 24, 1903.
BUYS THIS r4
High Grade Double Rarrel Shot Gun, equal to
any $j$ gun made. iM.OS) for Single IHrrel.
bend tor catalogue. (Meution this paper.)
E. P. BLAKE CO., BOSTON, MASS.
Come here!
rmvin 8 to 12. Plan In It fonrth year of snccess.
lli'srantwd from lo of principal, bookltt Hailed,
M. H. HUGHES, 55 Mile Block, Barre, Vt.
THE D. A. PERRY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Rooms 8 and 9, Gordon Block, - - Barre, Vermont.
INSURANCE.
Some sgents say "The Best Companies," others
"The Strongest," and still others "The Largest
Companies." I simply say
J. W. DILLON, Agent
v
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 smalt.
Tfl
EESIDENCE OF J. VT. GORDON, RICHABDSON STREET.
C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder
PLAXS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
Office at aoa North Main Street,
NEAR DEPOT SQUARE. Phone 123-3.) BAPKE, VERMONT.
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