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THE PAItl.! DAILY TIMES. OCTOBER 4, IfMl.
You Will Save Money if you buy your Stovepipe, Elbows, Dampers, Coal Hods, Coal Sifters, Stove Boards, Wood and Coal Heaters, of E. A. PRINDLE BUSIJTE5S CARDS. m. j. wiiitcomb Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date ambulance In oounectlon. EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone 3-28-1. BERTHA C. BAU Pian&forte Teacher -and Accompanist Of New Knglsnd Conservatory of Musio, itfJtOQ. Teacher of Pianoforte (Lotttt Method) 59 Franklin SI, Barre. l Telephone 141 M CARL C. PERKINS Electrical Engineer and. Contractor Electric Fixture and Supplies Electric Wiring of All Kinds 199 North Main St Bane, Vt. Telephone s Store 259-M, House 74-3. DR. W. K. MACKAY DENTIST Office, Suite 16, Howlaud Block v Office Hour: 8:30 a. m. to 12 m., and 1:30 to 6 p. m. Tel. 102-11. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in room 35, Miles building. Office houre, 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1:30 to 4 p. m., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Telephone connection. MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS 1M North Main St., , Barre, Vt. RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions. Latest and most popular music Telephone 342-21 PRODUCE FORTUNES R1ZF.S for Dstrm. Patents secored throngh us ' adveitisc! without charite. New lists at In ventions nided Wirt possible busrs. "Hint to inventors." "Why mint Inventors uu." Hook on patens. Send as rontrh .ketch or model for searrh I of l'atent ofnee records and report on patentability. Fpeclal ..mil m 6n0 cities and towna Mr. Greeley while Acting Commlselo'ier of Patents had fi:!l rhn'KO of r. 8. Patent Offli-e. GItKLEY tt MclNTflK, Patent Attorneys, Washington, V. C. rjEWELRY . ! J When YOU want a pteca af ar- I tlatie, guaranteed quality J.welry soma in snsj aur splendid H- e I P'J J j : Q. J, C2D6E, T!e Jeweler, I I ;u ViMin St. I i o'e Afcency tor uia n-mentai in Bane. Singer Sewing Machines for Sale! ON EAST TERMS We make a pecllty of repair work aid will furnish part, for all make of machines. Work i, one promptly and guaranteed. Glre ui a call. Singer Savin: Machine Co. No. 10 Elm Street Barre, Vermoat 10c Cigar, Factory output upward of 100,000 daily. Largest selling brand of 10c cigar in the world. Factory, Man chester, N. H. ,. Granulated Sugar is High but Maple Sugar Is We have some extra fancy quality been kept in cold storage ' through the warm weather and is in fine con dition. . Sugar, per pail...... $1.25 and $1.40 Syrup, per can. $1.10 and $1.25' Headquarters for best Fresh Eggs, 32c doen; also other grades at little lower price. ' , L. B. Dodge 300 No. Main St. Barre, Vt. Tel. 233-L. . We Make a Specialty of Motors , ASH MOTOR REPAIRS If in need of anything- in this line, give us a trial All work guaranteed Barre Electric Co. Successors to Cushman & Ward. No. 1 PEARL STREET Telephone 88-L . BARRE, VT. -.- Depot Square TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE. Central Tenneat Railway. Train, leave Barre far White Kiver Jnnattoa and Boston, ana war tsatlons, also Windsor sad Bellows Fall, and New York at 100 aart 11.40 a. in. ,10 end 11.80 a. m. Also tear. H.rre for Walt River JunsoJoo at 1.0S and 7.imi p. m. train, leave Bare, for Burlington, at 11. bane, Montreal and war anon el lOO, 11.40 a. at, S.'.6. 6.4 p. m. and 9 16 a at Mob teller a Walls fcivet SaQroal Trains leave Barre for Welle Btver, eoane Ingsl that point with trains going hot north od annex ai 7.V0 a. nv. I2.ari and 180 p. m. Tbe MM wain eonoeaM wish train for Boston, and north ffr Lislxm, Littleton, Fabyaas and ln caster, alao with Montreal eapre, end the f.30 and .8u train, with St JobnsYmry trslua Traiua Iran Barre for Montpelier at 110 14.Ua. so, lias, 130. 4. IS and &.20 p. na Electrls Street Railway. rani leave Miliar, ki Mane fer Montpelier at Ifminnto of and Id snlnnto put the hoar. Leave M on speller for Barm ua Me hoar and kalf hour 011UI 10 p. av W. II. Mcsser, carpenter, builder and slate roofpr, 123 Orange street, telephone 351-M. First-class workmen furnished ly the day or hour. ANNOUNCEMENT After several unsuccessful attempts to purchase a milk route in Barre, we have decided to retail milk and cream on and after Monday, Oct. 2. Y understand the care of milk and cream, as we had the management of the Morrison Farm and milk trade four years previous to Oct. 15, 1905. We were also in the em ploy of L. It. Dodge for a time. For the past five years we have sold our milk for the retail trade most of the time. Our herd consists of young, healthy stock and are mostly grade Jerseys. We (ire remodpling our barn and purpose to have a sanitary and up-to-date plant. By using the best of goods and close attention to businens, we hope to merit a share of the public patronage. Fairview Farm, Tel. 386-21. Thad. T. Martin, Fred. A. Martin, ' Proprietors. FINE STOCK AT AUCTION As I have nearly all my tillage land in potatoes, I am obliged to dispose of my stock, which 1 will sell -at public auction to the highest bidder, on Saturday, October 7th, 1911 At 1:30 p. m. sharp, on the farm where I now reside, known as the Charles Le Page farm on Beck ley hill, situated 2 1-2 miles from Barre, 4 miles from Mont pelier, 3 1-2 miles from Fast Montpelier, consisting of the following: 17 HIGH GRADE JERSEY COWS Five just freshened, more will freshen soon. These cows are all young, four two-year-olds about to freshen, three yearling heifers, yearling bull, full blooded Jersey, two-year-old bull, full blooded Jersey, can be registered, 3 heif er calves, 5 brood sows, 9 shoats, 10 pigs, boar, 50 Pekin ducks, driving mare 10 years old, Terms made known at time of sale. C. J. LePAGE, Owner. C. N. BARBER, Auctioneer. RELIANCE LINE Write to ua and get our prices. HEADQUARTERS Gasoline Engines Water and air cooled Steam Engines and Boilers Hot Air Engines Wind Mills Saw Mills Shingle Machines Wood-working Machinery Silo Filling Machinery Silos Wood Saw Machines- Both circular and drag as wall as Spraying Pumps and Apparatus : and , Water Supply Materials Write tor Booklet about Electric- Lighting. PBICES and TERMS are tare to please YOU. Write ua your wants. Ask for Catalog. See sample at J. L. Arkley'e, cor ner of Summer and Merchant streets, Barre. C. E. Searies, 305 North Main St., Barre, General Agent. Brackett, Shaw & Lunt Company, Somersworth, N. H. toitoa, Matt. Apples Wanted! Wanted to buy 2,000 bushels apples at my cider mill. Making cider 1 cent a gallon. Bring barrels when you bring apples for custom. Mill closed October 4 and 5. Geo. H. Flint. Washington. Vermont. i . A WAYOPEN Many a Bane Reader Knows It Well. There is a way open to convince the greatest skeptic. Scores of Barre peo ple have made It possible. The public statement of their experience is proof, the like of which hss never been pro duced before, iu Barre. Bead this case of it given by a citireu: L. II. Hooker, 101 Prospect street, Barre, Vt, Bays: "Doan'a Kidney Pills have done me more good than all the doctors' prescriptions and other remedies l have ever tried. Over eight years ago I gave a testimonial, telling what Doan's Kidney Pills had done for me and I can now say that I have more eonfldence in them than ever. I suffered for a long time from kidney complaint and finally became so bad hat my condition was serious. My back ached nearly all the time and an annoying kidney difficulty existed. I finally heard of Doan's Kid ney l'ills and procured a supply ai Drown's druir store. I used the con tents of five boxes and they greatly benefited me. I have often recommend ed this remedy to other people and In every case benefit has been received." (Statement given Isov, 1", lnuo.) Mr. Hooker was interviewed on May 24, 1011, and he said: "You are wel come to continue using the statement I fave for publication recommending )oans Kidney Pills in 1005. I can endorse this remedy more highly than ever as 1 know that it acts just as represented. I keep Doan's Kidney Pills in the house all the time and when occasion requires I use them and they always act promptly, bringing me re lief." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Moans ana take no other. A MYSTERY OF MIGRATION. The Horde of Butterflies That Light on the Same Limb in Flight South. 'mc again on their annual pilgrimage, which never ha failed in the last ten years of beautiful monarch butterflies all the same color and all the some species, awarrued on the limbs of trees in the yard in the rear of the bonie of Mrs.'W. D. George, Dayton avenue, yesterday afternoon, hanging in great clusters so thick in places the trees seemed spotted with brown. About 3 o'clock they began to come, hundreds in a flock, flying as straight as if guided by an unseen hand. , Past bouts of other treeg they flew unhes itatingly, and with an unerring instinct sought resting places on the limbs of the very tree that has been the tem porary shelter of thousands of their an cestors in years pone by. More singular was the quest of the butterflies of former years that had sought out this resting place over night on their journey south. Nine years in succession so long has Mrs. George kept an account they rame to one par ticularly long limb of a box elder in the yard, literally concealing it with their clusters. Other limbs on that tree were ignored as the butterflies yesterday ignored oth er trees in adjoining lots. This was their resting place for the night no other would do. Unerringly they found it, hanging low to the ground, and nev er did they leave it until sunrise. Last year this limb was cut off, so when the butterflies returned this year the old place of vantage was gone and they clustered on the outer branches of this and other trees In the yard. But in the one yard tliey stayed, loyal though the old home was gone. What guides them to one spot iu St. Paul is a scientific mystery made more involved because it is said butterflies live only one year, hence none from lat year could have guided them thi season to the trees. Mrs. (Jeorge, who has watched tliem for Years and has seen thousand come and thousand go, oilers no explanation for the ever re curring visit, "This butterfly, is known commonly as the milkweed butterfly," said A. G. Rug gles, assistant professor in the division of entomology of the state agricultural school, when consulted last night. "The scientific name i Anosia plexippus, and it belongs to the family I.ynmadidas. It derives its common name because the caterpillar from which it comes feeds almost entirely on milkweed. "These butterflies are nauseous to birds and hence are ablo to congregate as they do with impunity. They have a northern migration in the spring and a southern ' migration in the fall, dif ferent from that of birds in this way, that the female butterflies come north about the time the milkweed begins to grow in the spring, lav their eggs and die soon after. Hatching from theae eggs are the caterpillars that feed on the weed, eventually changing into but terflies, which fly still further north, where the females again lay eggs. - "And so generation after generation is produced, the adults migrating fur ther and further north, until we find them late in the season often as far north as Hudson's bay, in the fall they gather in great flocks and fly south. "They are great fliers and we know they can cover 500 miles at least, be cause specimens have been taken on the ocean that distance from shore. The monarch is a native of America, but is now practically cosmopolitan, being found almost everywhere on the globe. St. Paul Dispatch. AUCTION SALE of Furniture I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Friday, October 6th at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises at 3 Laurel street, corner of Laurel and North Seminary streets, the following: Two chamber suits, one cost 845.00 and the other $25.00; one exten sion table, six dining chairs; four rock ers, one upholstered; one morris chair; six pairs lace curtains; two art squares, 0x12 and 0x9; 12 window shades; lot of pictures and mirrors; folding cot bed; mattresses and springs, comforters, blankets, sheets, pillow cases, couch cov er; with crockery, glass, iron, tin and wooden ware; one nice Glen wood, range, No. 8; a lot of home-made preserves, pickles, etc, with many articles not men tioned. A good lot of household goods, all new, and are to be sold as I am going West right away. IRVING J. DUPREY. Owner. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. (With the D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency, Barre, Vt.) About the State Mrs. C. A. Wing of East Calais picked a bouquet of cinnamon rosea Septem ber 20. ' While George King, station agent at North Ferrisburg, was at bis dinner on Monday of last week, someone broke in a window, entered the office and got away with $85, all cash except a check for a emnll amount. There is no clue to the guilty one. Some idea of the work of fern' pick ing as carried on at Woodford can be gained from the statement that Louis Lacackus picked 800 bunches, of 25 in a bunch, in one day, and another man was not far behind with a total of 750 bunches. These are believed to be the champion pickers. Elmer liicknell of Jericho Center has a very unusual pet in a young par tridge, which he has had since last spring. He first placed it with a brood of chickens of about the same size, but the old hen objected and the par tridge was placed under a hen which had persisted in setting. This ben adopt ed the partridge and it was her sole care. The partridge although shy goes about with the other fowl, but if fright ened will hide as quickly and as se curely as if it had never been tamed. To find the new comet, look in the northwest between 7:30 ai.d ? o'clock during the next few evenings, if it is clear, and you are supposed to catch a glimpse of it. A telescope or strong opera glass will aid materially and the following is supposed to be the sign by which you will find it. First lo cate the big dipper, and while looking at the star at the lower left hand' cor ner of the bowl, imagine a straight line from that to the star at the ex treme end of the handle. Note the dis tance between these two itarg and con tinue this imaginary line to the left about one-fourth that distance and your eye will see a hary, bluish star, fuirly large this is the comet. SENTENCED TO SIX MONTHS. For Furnishing Liquor to a Minor, a Burlington Girl. Burlington, Oct. 4. Edward Borette of "joy ride" fame was arraigned in Chit tenden county court yesterday on the charge of furnishing liquor to Mildred Brown, a minor. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve not less than six or more than eight months in the county jail. Borette was first arraigned Monday .afternoon and pleaded not guil ty, changing his mind yesterday. The "joy ride," taken to a colored re sort in Winooski last fall, has now been closed, so far as all participants are con cerned. An information was filed against Borette, shortly after the event, when he furnished bail, skipping to Montreal, where ha was found by his bondsman, Joseph Agel, about two months ago. Mr. Agel bad no difficulty in bringing Borette back, as the latter was ordered deported from Canada as an undesirable alien. COAL PRODUCTION OF TEXAS. Increased Output in the Lignite Mining Districts Last Year, but Less Bitu minous Coal Mines than in 1909, The production of coal in Texas in 1910, according to E. W. Parker of the United States geological survey, was 1.802,176 short ton, with a value, at the mines, of $3,100,!Nk, a slight increase over the figures for 1IM19. The total production of coal and lig nite in the state increased from 1.824. 440 short tons, valued at $3,141,945. in 1000, to 1.802,178 tons, valued at $3, 100,005, in 1010, a gain of 67,730 short tons, or 3.71 per cent., in quantity and of 19,02O, or 0.6 of 1 per cent., in value. The average price per ton for the state declined from $1.72 to $1.67. The relatively smaller increae in value, says Mr. Parker, and the apparent de cline in prices are not, however, indi cative of an actual falling off in values. The fact is that there was in reality a strong advance in prices, and the seem ing inconsistency was due to an increase in the'production of the cheaper lignite and a decrease in the production of the higher priced bituminous output. Both grades showed advance in price, the average for lignite being 87 cents per ton in 1910 against' 83 cents in 1900, and that of the bituminous coal $2.37 against $2.28. The influence of the coal strike in the aouthwestern statea extended into the bituminous coal fields of northern Texas, and the production for the state decreased from 1,112,228 short tons, "'"'""'"'"iwicj Value Over 150.00 The only condition is that you present yonf ticket tn person. Every adult will share. Saturday Afternoon, This Week, at 1.30 o'clock Last Grand Auction Sale at Goldsbury Park, Beckjey Street. Only a few lots remain and they are going to be sold for just what those present say they are worth. We have nothing to say about the price. They are positively going. You can get in and make some money by purchasing one of these desirable lots at this sale. You can set the price and make your own terms. A little money will go a long way. There is no invest ment as safe as real estate; especially at this time when you buy in a thriving, growing city like Barre. Golds bury Park lots are in a fast growing section of the city; near the car line, schools, stone sheds, etc. Water, sewer, electric lights, etc, very near. Come and bring your friends. The sale will begin promptly at 1.30. Gifts will be distributed at frequent intervals during the sale. THE D, A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. BARRE. VT. Relieves the PAIN of a Burn r Instantly and takes out all inflammation in one day. The most serious Burns and Scalds instantly relieved and quickly healed by Dr.Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil A soothing antiseptic discovered by an Old Railroad Burgeon. All druggists re fund money if it fails to cure. 25c, 50c & JU. Paris Medlclat Co, Henff. N. C. My it vu Trely barnet) Imn a mi hot cook tore. W applied DR. JMRTICti'H ANTISEPTIC HEAL JNG OIL.. d ta tea ailaulai ber burnt wr relievrd We seed It directed tad In a few dnyt the burnt wera entirely healed. Wa caa ttroogljr tectMamaad It to ael Ua wuiat UfU and aorra. Ulgaod) J. W. Church. Notary fubllc. Made by ' Maker of Laxative Bromo Quinine valued at $2,530,004, in 1909 to 1,010, 944 tons, valued at $2,307,858, in 1910. Lignite production, stimulated by the scarcity of coal caused by the htrike, increased from 712,212 tons, valued at $002,881, to 881,232 tons, valued at $703,107, The decrease in the produc tion of bituminous coal was 101,284 tons the increase in lignite production was 109,020 tons. One county, Van Zandt, was added to the lignite produr ing lonalities in 1910, otherwise the counties producing both bituminous ooal and lignite were tile same in 1910 as in 1909. The coal and lignite mines of Texas gave employment in 1910 to a total of 4.017 men for an average of 234 days. The lignite mines employed 1,131 men for an average of 210 days nad the bi tuminous mines employed 3,000 men for an average of 212 days, the working time in the bituminous mines, notwith standing the time lont by the atrike ex ceeding that made in the lignite dis tricts. The strike in the bituminous mines of Texas lasted from April 1 to June 1, and involved a total of 1,770 men or 68 per cent, of all the employes in the bituminous mines. Do You Suffer from Rheumatism? If so, here is a cure. This is not a rew cents' worth of drugs or cheap stuff, but honestly genuine oils. This remedy will stop any pain in five minutes and has not failed vet if directions are strictly and carefully followed to cure rheuma tism, neuralgia, lumbago, backache, sore ness, stiffness of the muscles and joints. One bottle will bring relief and' make a friend. I have cured some of the worst cases of rheumatism .and cured them with 10 or 12 bottles. Price is $1.00 per bottle. Not sold in drug stores. Will be forwarded by mail. Guaranteed by J. Bowman under the pure food and drug act of June 30, 190. Serial No. 33727. Booklet and particulars free. Address JAMES BOWMAN, Lock Box 2J2, Geneva, N. Y. EXCURSION TO BOSTON, OCf . 9, VIA THE CENTRAL VERMONT RY. Only 16.90 From Barre Only 16.70 From Montpelier. Your Choice of Four Trains. 11:50 p. m. train from Baire Oct. 8 and 12:15 a. m. train from Montpelier Oct. 9, through sleepers and coaches Barre to Boston without change. 8:00 a. m, train from Barre and 9:00 a. m. train from Montpelier Oct. 10, through parlor cars and coaches Barre to Boston without change. 11:40 a. m. train from iiarre and 12:01 p, m. train from Montpelier, through parlor car and coaches, due Boston 7:00 p. m. Dining cars en route. 2:08 p. m. train from Barre and 2:38 p. m .train from Montpelier, eoaches only, due lioston 10:30 p. m. Tickets good to arrive back at starting point until vet. I'.i, inclusive. Apply to ticket agents at Barre and Montpelier for parlor and sleeping car reservations. FURS f OR SALE CilLROY BISTERS, leaving on their Bouthere theatrical tour, must dlpoao or two black Australian l.ynx ttetf of maxniflrent larre KuMtan abawi ann beautiful muff, elegantly trimmed with bead nod tails and lined with hirn'il aalin; worn a frw times on tbe Hare; cost trio per set, will ealt tor f!0 per net. Will tendon or hotu CO. D., with prl'liore of Inspection at their ezpena. aridrea Ml'KH A Y LI lBltKo, '45 aai fourteenth Street, Kew York City. ESTATE Or EDWARD ABB1AT1. STATE OF VERMONT, 1 Th. Honorable Iiintrlct of WaHhington, . Probate Court for tbe lmtrlct eforenald: To all persona Inter entail In the estate of Edward Abbiatl, law of the City of Barre In laid L)Utrlct, duvaased, Greeting: Whereas, laid Court has assljrned the SOth day of October next for exatulniiiir anil allowing theaooount of the Administrator uf the estate of aid deceased and for a decree of the renldue of aald estate to the lawful claimants of the awe, and ordored that ptiblio notice thereof be siren to all persons Interested in said estate by publishing this ord-r three weeks suoens slrely nrttvlous to the day assigned, in the pan e Dally Times,, newspaper published at the City of llarre In said Dlatrlnt. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear at the Probate Otrlne in Mnntualirr In suld Distrlot, on the day assigned, then and there to oontost the Allowance ol said aornunt If you aeeesuse, and to establish yuiirrieht as n-ilrs, lertees and lawful claimants to aaid residue. (liven under my hand, tu.s 3d day of October, I9U' J-CAKK. 1, MARTIN, JudRe. oct i-tl-lS FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS tun Tv ar. tt wihMah Wants, Last to foand. r w Hal. To lAt. .tn.-aorf aaYerUs-bm-at ta.rat. f fonr Hue. for twrotf-Sr. easts fur aba Brat knaertiaa sua ar. iu iur eaca en neegaesisie. arena. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. HOUSE 'OK BALE On Ayers Hireet, fourth from South Main Street, on the souta aiiie of street. Has ten large rooms and three cellar. Hoose la 'JSxf feet; spring water; small barn; (as In kitcbin. Larue lot; house well up from street, (irarelly soil) dry cellar. You ca. own at. prb's that th rent of oae half bouse and barn will pay interest, repairs, Insurauu and taxes. Hula warm. Each tenement has three room on first floor and two on second. Inquire of L U. AT' tlll, orer kaslern Estate lea Co., from 4 te 11.30 p. ta. '.Hit KOIt BALK Cottage house on Thomas Street, off illackwsll rUreet. Hlx room and bath. A larns lot. For particular Inquire ou the prem ises. V. Her lion. lwitf EAKM fOR BALK IX rLAlNflKLD Con tains luu acres, pood buildings, cood running water, cats about 70 tons of bar; loot) surar trees; good apple orchard. Near schools. Am ellluc to fllose an estata Will be sold cltss an. on reasonable terms. Apply to C. M. Cochran, 1'iainfleld, VI. lDjtf . ton KALE On easy terms, a two-tenement bouse and barber shop In Wobeterville, alto one top buggy, one open buggy, one 16-font Counter, one 10-foot showcase, one six-tnet howcasa. Farm of forty acre with a .two. tenement beuee aud two baras. and two hen houses. Also two quarries, one equipped, for al. or tease. Inquire of James Oeake, Web steml'e, Vt lMtr." THE BABKK KEAL ESTATE AGENCY have aeme gout properties on their books tor ale. r anus, all sites and prices, located from two to twenty miles from Harrs. Homes, in all part of the city, prices fiom S3t0 to t.Vxjo. if you ar. lousing for s farm or residesce or wish to exchange a city property for s farm, call at Jtrioiu . Oordon Block, and let as talk it over. We mar bare something that will In terest you.- Ueorge L. Morris. Manager. lAtttf FOR RENT Hons on Franklin Street of eight rooms aad rec ptlon hall; bath room, furnace, laundry, tub, electric li(bta; bard wood floors and flaisb. Ksnt,t30O0. 14C Tenement ef four room on Foster Street Rem, taw. US Tsaemeat, Beoklef Court. Rent, $100. 106 FOR SALE Farm of SO acre In llalntield. Fair building. Price. $1600.00. I4ti Farm of 9t acres In W illiams town. Fair buiioiag. Price, jaou. 146 Farm of ?5 sere In Willlainstown. Fair buildings. Price, S90S.U0. US Farm of 13 acts In Wllllamttown. Fair blldinga Price, S1600 tw. H6 Fifty-acre pasture In Wllllamstown. Price. I&jOAO. 14 Bsversl hemes and building lots In Barre city. Ffftr cords dry hard wood on Baptist 8treet, near Oranlterille. H. Au PHELPS. Barre, Vt Telephone i3-L. '.4oif Owned by Non-Residents and Must be Sold These properties are worth more than the owners ask for them. Good invest ments and homes. No, 108. Modern and nearly new double house, divided In the center. Built by the owner fur a home, who until recently occupied one side and rented tbn other, f inely located in nice resident octiun. Only a stune's throw from the oar line on W ashliigton Ktreot. Large lot; good cellar. Contains twelve nice rooms, IteeiiVes two baths. Porch on front and rear. This property has alwavs been held by the owner at l.VoO.uti. The first offer of $3100.uo takes It. Kents readily at f 31.00 a year. lb 7 No. 20S. , Bummer Street property consists of a two-family house owned by a non-resident who says sell. The price will surprise and please you, ' lt? No. 507. Property on Main Street at corner of Blackwrll Street, leased for fire yesrs at 3lo.uu per year. W ill sell so as to net better than ten per cent. , H' No. SOS. House, barn snd land just outside; not far from granite sheds. Uood eight-room house. Barn has three stalls. Nice porches. Fine place for poultry. Just what you have been looking for. Price only $1600.00. You will buy this if you look it over. 167 W) will move) your goods free If yo buy property through ua before) th 15th of October. The D. A. Perry Real Esfats Agency ROOMS I AND 3 Howlantt-Cave Building - Barre, Vermont BOTH TELEPHONES LOST AND FOUND. LOST Gold chatelaine pin for attaching to watch. Saturday, on electric car, or en s. rests between Highland Avenue or Depot Square. Will the Under plesse return to or notify Mrs. B. It. Jackson, on Montpelier road? Telephone call, 407-13. 170tf FOUND A bnnoh of keys on a chain. Owner can bare same by calling and paying for adver tising at the Times oflioo. 170U WORK WANTED. WANTKD Ladles' snd children's dresses to make. Prices reasonable. Also ana unfurnished room to reut " Apply at 75 Miles Block. 169 W HOUSEWORK. WANTED By the day or bour. No. 9 Harrington Avenue. Uwtf WANTED. WANTED TO BUY Second-hand furniture of all kimlt. Also rars, rubbers, old iron and all kinds of hot ties. Highest prices paid. In quire at mapie avenue, lei. sm-u. i.utti Oeod Housekeeping Magazine, M.tor, World To-day, Motor Boating, Woman's Home Com panlon and American Magar.ine. Can Hive special cluD rates with these and all leading magazines. Mrs. W. H. Klnbards.a, 103 Mer chant Street. Telephone Zltt-l. 1 7u ti; WlVrth Biil...l.lh.r. tt rA.Mnn.lU.H WANTED-Children's dresses to make. Mrs. Findlater, 3D Warren Street XMlt MISCELLANEOUS. DRESSMAKING TAUGHT - Mrs. Etta 8. Richardson has consented to come to Barre to teach another class Is dressmaking. If enough nunil can be secursd. All wisuiug to take the course, call st till Washington Street for in structions, as soon as possible. I Tut 3 ! Advertise Your Wants in The Daily Times and Get Results. FOR SALE. FOR SALE One horse four rears old: good driver; not nfruid of anytliitig. Also two bug gies, two sets bnrneis, ous pung sleigh, one cutter sleiuh, two buiTalo robes, one wale proof and one dust robe. Apply after 4 P. M. to ('. Mil tn, id? nummary ruiect, city, 17UU," APPLES FOR W I N T E K Hand picked! tahUaid barrels; fluent quality. Nave middle -men's profit. Direct to you. Any quantity. Clever rarm, (xresuneiu, si. iu kuid TEAM FOR SALE Gray borse seven years old, kind and fearless, sound and all right. A limy can drive nun. Also a buggy, toad cart, two sleighs, heavy fur robe, a good West Shore range, s wood bester, s Olenwood snd s small coal heater, s carpet sweeper, nanus, chairs, wheelbarrow, a dressmaker' form, a lawu niowar, baby carriage, hay cutter, blue Dame oil stove Obrca burners,, V4()-pnund acales, garden and barn touts, all kind of preserve In glass ais, jelly, stone Jars, one to throe gallons. Inquire of O. it Patlorson, South lUire, Vt 17013 FOR SALIC Or exchange for milking cows; One volt weighing liw pounds, sound snd good worker, one yearling colt and one Sharpie cream separatni. used very little. A. 1 Bell. Tllle. Burie. Telephone '.'27-1. 1-tytf HOl'Sl'HOLD FURNITURE Inquire at IK Summer Street FOR 8AI.K- 17Utf FOB hALE One bookcase, one writing desk. one lounge, one chamber suit, one table, 00 whatnot, one mattress, one pair springs sod pillows; all as good as new. For Immediate sale. Inquire of Mrs. A. J. Young, Montpelier Road. l'Stf FOR SALE An oak sideboard in good con dition. Call at 1 Maple Orrre. IMit FOB SALE One folding bed. quartered oak. large bevel plate gla-s front One library table and combination desk and bookcase. Mrs. Charles A. Spear, 21 Park Street lttdd FOR SALE Lunch cart, opposite Depot S(uaie. Inquire ol U. L. WooUworth, at the Baltimore Lunch, for particulars. lwtf FOR SALE Owing to leaving city soon, I am lllng my household goods privately. Call on Ocorge Chalmers, No. 23o South ftlaiit Street, Barre. 16Tt6 FOR BALE Two Concord buggies, one sleigh, and two harness, at liki II 111 Street lli.Hf FOR SALK-Two iron beds aud one wooden bed; also three springs. Inquire at M Ayer Street lMtf WHEN YOU BUILD a borne, select a lot In a central a.d desirable location, where, were you to wish later to sell, you can readily do so. I lie bouse costs no no re lu sdeslrahie loeallty. I have lot well located on Ayer. Klrkland, Tremont (near East), Hill, Long, and oootner desirable streets. V, ill make tue prices right L. M. Averlll. P. O. Boa M, Barrr, Vt Utf Potato Best Quality Any Quantity A. V. ALLEN, Sunnysidc Farm Telephone) Call. 140 Sharp!5s - Tu&slar Separators ARE THE BEST Ask to see them at Arkley's Livery. A post card will bring one to your farm for trial, or telephone J. L. ARKLEY, Agent. TO RENT. TO KENT Tenement at No. 1(0 Washlnrton Street. Inquire of A. L. Noyes, No. B1K Wash ington Stroet. 17ll3 TO RENT Office rooms in Miles Block, on second floor. Suite of three or less, to accom modate the) occupant. The Miles Block Co. R. G. Robinson, Sec'y. TO RENT Cottage house of seven rooms with all modern conveniences, st 4ti Circle St Readv October 10'Jj. Inquire at 97 Washington Street Telephone call, l"i-4. i;otf TENEMENT TO RENT Five rooms, up stairs. AH modern conveniences. Apply to C. A. Lundgren, 2o7 East Stieet. 169t3 FOR SALE OR TO RENT An eight-room cottage house at 19 Maple Grove, ror partic ulars apply to Dr. D. C. Watt, Miles Bloc k, or 1.' Kustern Avenue. ItfttS TO RENT A first-class tenement at No. 5 Church Street Heady October 1st. Inquire of Dr. Stlckr.ey. js;tf TO RENT Four-room npstatrs tenement at S6 Berlin street $ 00 per month. Inquire at No. 6 Short Street Mrs. F. H. Granger. 154tf TO RENT A nk'e, warm tenement of six rooms, In good repair. Inquire of K. M, Rogers. 14 Webster Avenue, 15Atf TO RENT Tenement of six rooms with bath, electric light and furnace. Apply at 46 Pearl' Street. Mrs. M. Garrey. lfiivf STORK AND TENEMENT at 107 South Main Street for rent or salo. Homer Fltts. 13Jtf TO KENT Offloe In the Wortben Block for merly occupied by Dr. Steele, Apply to Dr. Worihen. l'.nnf TO RENT Tenement on Elmweod Avenae, Telephone 41-3. listf TO RENT Five-room tenement on secasd floor at '-"OU Esst.Street Pleasant location; on. of the best rent In the city at the price. Also four-room tenement on the thud floor, same bouse, ror price and full particulars, call on J. U Urlcgs, KoomS, Currier Block. l'.&tf OFFICES TO RENT Two connecting offices, one small, .ne very large sad light, front sostu. east corner, up ou. flight L. M. Averill Build ing, oppoait. City Park, A.dresa, P. O. Box M, city. 2D7tt HELP WANTED. WANTED A polisher. Apply to Bianoht & Son. I70t3 WANTED A first-class letter cutter. . Apply to A. Barclay & Company, toot of Granite Street 170U GIRLS WANTED To operate power wlng machines, mating ladies' aud children's under wear. Llhtand easy work. Operators aVe.rag. to earn from 1.B0 to $.'.00 per day. Write or spplv le the Richmond Underwear Company,' Richmond, Vt 17otl0 WANTED At once: To hire a single man to work in s mill. Dix J. Camp. P. O., Randolph Center. Residence, bast Randolph. 17ut3 WANTED To Intorest a man over thirty. Good paying proposition. Heath A Company, Nurserymen, Manchester, Conn. !6.itl" WANTED An experienced table girl st tbe Eureka Restaurant Apply at once. lG'.'tf WANTKD 'I wo carvers and four granite cutters finishers. None but first-class men nsed apply. Oeorge L. Mesd, Harrison Granite Co. sheds. Kofi WASTED Three carpenters on Interior fix tures. Apply at.Northtleld Savings Bank (old' building), Nortuneld, Vt 170tf WANTED Man for general farm work. Ap-1 ply to M. W. Dix, Barre. Tel. 807-12. It9tf W ANTED Men to learn barber trade. Only s few weeks required. Wages arter the flral month. Steady position guaranteed. Write for catalogue. Moler's Barber College, No. M Bowery, New York City. lo9t6 WANTED Stenographers and typewriters in .11 ueiianineuui 111 iio uiteu riiarea out. ernuient Our system of home study will qual-' ify vou. For Information, address "Oupor-i ...n, T.-. Ill, Tta.rj. V. t. WANTED At once: A good lottcr cutter. Apply to Jones & Stevens. Itliitf HERE'S A POSITION FOR YOU !!! Wages, I Room, Board, Railroad 1 ii'ket. Also a chums to earn Elegant Burner Shop By "M Co-operative Propositions. " Catalogues. HALL'S BAR ' SE-t COLLEGE CORPORATION 814 v.ah-j lugton St, Boston, Mass. lSDUu MAN WANTED For general farm worn. A. W. Allen, Sunnyslde Farm. m t WANTED Band-sawrera, and markers for ! chair stock; general mill help. Apply ar on e to U H. L'tiey, Marhfteld, V t I4llr j