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THE BAHIIE DAILY TIMES, liARHE, VT., THURSDAY FEBRUARY 29, 1912.
Closing Out Sale of Second hand Heaters and Ranges 1 extra large Magee Heater, 1 extra large P. P. Stew art, 4 Box Stoves, 3 Coal Stoves and 5 second-hand Ranges. These goods must be closed out at once prices right. E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M, D, C. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Eraduale Chicago Veterinary Collegs N. F. Telephone, 361-13 Also lb People's Line Office and Hospital, South Barke CARL C. PERKINS Electrical Engineer n Contractor Electric Fixtures and Supplies Electric Wiring of All Kind 199 North Main St. Barre, Vt Telephones: Store 259-M, Home 74-3. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In room 35, Miles building. Office hours, 0 a. m. to 12 ra. and 1:30 to 4 p. m., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Telephone connection. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmcr Calls answered promptly day, or night. An up-to-date ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone 229-1. MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS, -.22 North Main St, Barre, Vt RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music .'or all occasions. Latest and most popular music. Telephone - 342-21 The Barre Opera House DANCE Orchestra CONCERT Edwin W. Bruce, Director and Manager 25 Nelson St. Telephone 422-12 iATENTS ?,?! I K l.F.s for patent. Patents aeon red through nt rraw eaveriiaea wituouc coarse, new uaie o in I ventlona nailed and possible buyer. "Hintato II Inventors." "Why eome Inventora tail Book on SJ patent. Send a rough eketnh or model for eearrh el of Paunt ornoe recorda and reoort on oatentaUlltv. Special atrente m WO rlttet and town a. Mr. oreeley rlnle Acting Commissioner of P&tente had ft:H rtiariee f C. rt. Patent Ofnre. UKELKY MrlNTIKE, .'atent Attorneys, Washington, I. C "I I JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of artistic, guaranteed quality I Jewelry, come in and see our j splendid display. 1 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler. S 200 Main St. Sole Agency for "Boston American" in Bam. I U .i ' Extra Quality Maple Sugar and Syrup Been in cold storage through the summer and kept in perfect condition. Just as good as new. Price reason able. Call and see it. LB, Dodge Creamery Telephone 23J-W. 300 No. Main St. Barre, Vt 33. Output for 1911, 29,356,736 Increase during the year 6,282,834 Factory at Manchester, N. II. FIRE. Insurance Bates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies and five Mutuala. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competition met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 ypars. J. W. DILLON, 3 and 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt. WALES, CABOT, VERMONT Maker of the famous Wales Sleigh, built low, price low. Outwear any three sale sleighs. New work of all kinds built to order. Repairing and horseshoeing a specialty. All work guaranteed. Agent for Dr. Lawyer's Remedies. Liniment, Condition Powders, Worm Powders, Cough Mixture, Hoof Grower and Oint ment. The only liniment sold that will relieve rheumatism, sore throat, lame ness, etc., in 24 hours. Everything sold with a guarantee of "Your money re turned if not satisfactory." . He Won't Limp Now. No more limping for Tom Moore cf Cochran, (3a. "I had a bad sore on my instep that nothing Beemed to help until I used Bueklcn's Arnica Salve," he writes, "but this wonderful healer soon cured me." Heals old, running sores, ulcers, boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try it. Only 25 cents at the Red Cross Pharmacy. A CARD We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50-cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if it fails to cure your cough or cold. We also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory, or money refunded. Red Cross Pharmacy, E. A. Drown, C. H. Kendrick & Co. George L. Edson, W. li. Miles A Co., I). C. Howard, Barre Drug Store, D. F. Davis, T. D. McArthur, McAllister Bros., J. A. Gumming, J. W. Parmenter. v t 4ilf V. .ii.Ti r 'its 'as1 ar"l srw to nut irrs WW Kins'1 ess CU Fairmont Winning; Ma e Vermont's Best Barrel Plymouth Rocks EGGS FOrflTCHING i EXHIBITION STOCK FOR SALE At the four leading shows in the state this past season these birds had no su periors. Mating list mailed on request. These birds are owned and bred by WILLIAM B. SCOTT Fairmount Poultry Farm, Barre, Vt. WALL PAPER ' Arc Yon Interested f Do you wish to make your selectiori from the largest and most artistic line we have ever offered ? Only a few of last year's patterns left and we are selling them at less than cost. Over 400 new pat terns direct from the fac tory to select from, all at astonishingly low prices for high-grade goods, also head-quarters for high grade varnishes. C. A. HEATH 14 Elm Street Carriage and Sign Paint Shop 79 Ne. Maia St., rear Perry & Camp's stere. NOTICE Liberal discount given for cash on the purchase of oew Sleighs CUTLER BROTHERS Telephone 160 Rear City Hotel, Barre, Vt. MORE LIGHT If you want more light at smaller cost, try our SUNBEAM MAZDA LAMPS AH styr" and sizes for any fixtures. All kinds of electric supplies and fixtures. Barre Electric Co. Successors to Cushraan & Ward, 1 Pearl Street, TeL 98-L, Barre, VL To quickly cur Indigestion Dyspepsia, or any Disorder of the Digestive Org&risuaa STOMACH-RITE Best by Testimony" Hurt II. Wells, Barre, Vt. An Article of Merit. "Dear sir," write the mail order man to the farmer who had answered his ad vertisement: '"Dear Sir, your favor of recent (lute received, and 1 beg to ac knowledge receipt of the two bits which you kindly enclosed. "iiy this mail 1 am sending you, as acreed. one of our patent coat hangers. You will, I am sure, find it all' we claim r.tat, sensible, simple, practical. No parts to be put on or taken ofT. A ham mer is all that is needed to attach it permanently to any post or .wall." In due time the farmer received the letterand, in a separate package, one two inch wire nail. Joy Rook. . PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS Your druggist will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of itching, blind, bleeding or pro truding piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c. $100-RtWARD-$100. The readers of this paper will be p leaned to team that there la at least one dreaded disease th.it science has been able to cure In all its lagrl, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh ( ure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitu tional diiwase, re)iilre a constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon tbeblood and mucous sur faces of the M'-ti'in, thereby destroying tne foundation "f the disease, and giving the pa tient strength by building np the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work Ilia proprietor have so much faith In its curative power that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to curs, bend for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. fold hv all Drnirgists, ?5c. lake Hall's Family rills for constipation. CUNARD LINE Boston, Queenstown, Liverpool SS. FRANCONIA MARCH 13 APRIL IS MAT 14 SS.LACONIA MARCH 36 APRIL 10 MAY 28 126 STATE STREET, BOSTON Or Local Agents t N. B. Hal lard, Mllss's Block. Barre. Vt.; S. S. Ballard, Lawreuce Building, Montpelier, Vt. WHITE STAR LINE BOSTON QUEENSTOWfi -LIVERPOOL Megsntic. Match 19. Majsstic, March 26 Offlca 84 State St. Boston. Maes., or apply to Local Agents 11th Street W it University Place One block west of Broadway NEW YORK CITI. Within easy walk ing distance f ram Whole sale and Ketall Dry (ioods Districts. Con veniently near Kallrnad and Steamship Lines. The only modern absolutely fire proof transient hotel below 23d Street. .100 Knoms. (200 with bath) RATES KROfl Sl.-ner DAV UPWARD Excellent Retuurtnt ana Cafe. Moderate Ptwes. Scad for free Illustrated (iulde and v Map of New Vork City. AUCTION SALE I will sell at Public Auction Saturday, March 2nd at 10 A. M. at the VVaterbury Inn barn!., at the rear of Eaton's Livery 30 HORSES Welshing from 8t0 to 1500 One pair weighing 3.000, 8 and fl years old; one pair bay horses 2,400, 7 and 8 years old; one pair 2.2(H), tl and 7 years old, sound and right in every way, good to work or drive; one pair of mules weighing from 2.500 to 2.IKM), 6 and 7 years old; one pair mules weighing 2.200, 8 and 10 years old; one chestnut horse, 7 years old, sound and all right and a good one: one bay mare, 10 years old, sound and right for family or livery: one chestnut pacer, LI years old, sharp roader and clever; one white saddle, mare 8 years old, broken to drive some; one brow n horse 6 years old, ..weighs 1,000 pounds, sound and clever for any one to drive; one fast pacer known as Frank liogash, Jr., 6 years old with no mark; one buckskin horse weighing 1,200 pounds, sound and smooth, about 12 years old; one brown horse, 12 years old, all sound; good woman's horse about 0 years old; ono black mare 14 years old, all sound and right in every way, weighs 1,000 pounds and a good mare for a farm or delivery wagon; one small bay mare, 12 yeiirs old, all sound and an extra good roader; one bay horse weigh ing !K0 pounds, 5 years old, sound and clever and a natural rond horse; one pair weighing 2.400 pounds, 10 and 11 years old, and a good work team; one brown horse, 7 years old, sound and clever, weighs 1.000 pounds and a great roader; one brown horse weighing 1,200 pounds, all sound and right; one buck skin horse 8 years old and sound, wciglw 1.100 pounds; one pair of two-year-old steers weighing 2.(HKl pounds, dark red ; four sets heavy work harnesses, practi cally new; 4 sets of heavy traverse sleds, several sleighs and carriages. 2 Cortlandt Cart and Carriage Co. sleighs; 1 spring sleigh; 3 good single driving harnesses; I ligt:t express wagon, 1 sleigh, 1 heavy driving harness, 1 genu ine buffalo robe, in excellent condition. express harness. r. L. EATON. Anvone having livestock or other prop erty they wish to dispose of can arrange to have it sold at this sale. C. . F. SMITH, Auctioneer. Waterbury, Vt, Teb. 2t), 1012. -J-iT. STOMACH-RITE I Dftpetaa aid annua fneM;. jjwSpj? ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Sections. f Rev. Henry Lamb, pastor of the Con gregational church at Hyde Park, has declined a call to ltrattieborO. At the first meeting of the Burlington city council to correct the checklists, the numes of 83 men were added and 24 women were qualified to vote on school mutters. The penstock at the Hard wick elec tric light plant is full of ice, and the trouble cannot be removed for several weeks. Industries supplied by this pow er are held up until then. Leonard Timson of Williumsville at the age of M years observed his 23d birthday to-du'y, a real birthday anniversary having been a rare thing throughout his lifetime, coming only once in four years, Feb. 20. Rev. Dr. W. H. Washburn, pastor of the Kupert Methodist church, will re tire in April. He hue been preaching cor tinuously since lHliftr He will reside at Hallstoii. X. Y. The church at Ru pert was anxious for him to continue another year. William Curtis of Burlington was tak en Sunday to the Fanny Allen hospital, where one foot will be amputated be cause of blood poisoning. The trouble started with a sore heel and afterwards gungrene set in so that only by the amputation of a foot can the leg be saved. After being ordered a year ago by Bishop Rice, Bellows Falls is to have ;i paroehial school. The change will less en the amount of taxation for the Prot estants. The Catholics will pay their proportionate amount of taxation for the public schools and at the same time support their own. While hauling logs in West Brattle- boro, a peculiar accident happened to W. L. Walker's horse. The sled slewed' id going down a hill, breaking part of the harness and pushing the horse against two trees, where it was se curely held. The trees Were fully a foot in diameter and both had to be cut CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature WARNING FOR ANNUAL CITY ELECTION. The legal voters of the city of Barre, Vermont, are hereby notified and warned to meet on Tuesday, March 6, 1012, at 0 o'clock in the forenoon, in their re spective wards, at the several voting places hereinafter named, for the pur pose of electing a mayor, city clerk, city treasurer, first constable, second consta ble, three directors of the ;"f'rench Barre I library," and three auditors, all of whom shall hold office for one yeAr; also one assessor to hold office for three years, I one assessor to hold office for two j'ears. 1 and one assessor to hold oflicc for one year; and also to vote upon the question ! "Shall licenses be granted for the sale j of intoxicating liquors!" and also for t the purpose of electing i In ward 2 One alderman for two ' years, and one school commissioner for i three years. . In ward 4 One alderman for two years, and one school commissioner for three years. In ward 6 One alderman for two years. The following are designated as vot ine places in the various wards: I Ward 1 Church street school building, Ward 2 Spaulding graded school building. Ward 3 Summer street school build ing. Ward 4 Beckley street school built ing. Ward 5 -Blackwell street hose house, Ward ft City court room, city hall, Dated at the city of ltarre, Vermont, this 13th day of February, A. P. 1012. JAMES MUTCH, Attest: Mayor. JAMES MACKAY, City Clerk. MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CIVIL AUTHORITY TO REVISE THE CHECKLIST The board of civil authority will n-.eet at the city court room in the city of Karre, on the evenings of February 21, 22, 28 and 29, 1012, for the purpose UJ IUA!11II; nuuilll'lin mu cui ri-uiions on the checklist to be used at the annual city election to be held on the 5th day of March, 1012. Dated at the city of Barre, Vermont, tebruary 13, 1U1Z. JAMES MACKAY. City Clerk. AUCTION Owners, Mrs. L. F. Hall and Miss Clara Purvee. Time and place, 70 PROSPECT STREET, Saturday, March 2, at 1.30 P. M. Two chamber suits, springs, mat tress, pillows; three odd bureaus, sofa pillows, red chest of drawers, quilts, parlor suit of five pieces, dining table, drop leaf table, two center tables, two stands, two willow rockers, six chairs, couch, one book case, abo one combination book case and wri ting; desk, oil stove, two tin ovens, paper racks, pictures, clothes ban and lamps, dishes, kitchen utensils and silverware, mop wrineer, clock, lawn mower, one morris chair, or.e office chair, clothes wringer, wash tub, one large jardiniere, 17 3-4 yards linoleum, one large window, 6 ft 1 in. x 5 ft 1 in , tool chest and too's. washing machine, sectional cup board, one chicken cojp, one stove mat. C. N. Barber, Auctioneer r mm REFUNDED , IS YOUR SCIATICA or NEURITIS Is Not RELIEVED by without the use of OPIATES OR NARCOTICS NOT a patent medicine. lt us send yon particulars and testi monials from people YOU KNOW. They will convince you that we hare relieved other cases as severe as yours. At Red Cross Pharmacy, E. A. Drown's, in $1 and $2 boxes, or sent direct. Magistral Chem. Co, Flatiron Bldg, N. Y. down before the. animal could be freed. It was not seriously injured. Anna K. Oilson of Quecbee has been granted a patent on a rain and wind shield for automobiles. It consists of a flexible frame supporting a flexible transparent medium iii whicu is a small opening with a flexible closure, hinged to swing to and fro from this opening. A supporting arm hold the closure in tlm position wanted. The shield is hooked onto the automobile and when not needed can be rolled up and put away. MUCH REAL ESTATE SOLD Put It Was All Bid In By Members of M. Quinn Family. Rutland, Feb. 20. Real estate in this citv, belonging to tne m. yuinn esiar.0, on which the total bids aggregated about ijiltM.Ooo, was sold at auction at the county court house yesterday by Sher ilf K. C. Fish, acting for the admin istratrix, Mrs. M. Quinn. Almost all the bidding was by heirs of the estate and none of the larger pieces of prop erty was sold to any one outside the nieiiiliers of the family. There were about 100 persons at the sale. The property was bid off as follows: The Berwick. Center street, to II. O. Carpenter for Mrs. M. Quinn, $;0.5io. Quinn building, northeast corner of Orove and West strets, to Mrs. Blanche V. Quinn, $50.ooo. Killington hank building and hotel Oxford, east side of Merchants' Row, opposite the depot, to John li. Quiun of Boston, H0.300. Nelson store property, north side of Center street, near The Berwick, to II. O. Carpenter for Mrs. M. Quinn, iflll,- 000. House and lot, River and Forest streets, to Kzekeiel Eddy, $2,350. Vacant lot, North street, about one iiinrter of an acre, to W. E. Campbell, $275. The Oxford, the Killington bank build ing and the Quinn building were built by the late M. Quinn. He bought The lie! wick and the Nelson property from the Richardson estate a few years ago. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. State Association Met to Talk Over the Conditions, The Vermont association of the seal ers of weights aud measures met in the council chamber of the city hall at Montpelier yesterday. The time was spent in a discussion of the present sys tem ami further legislation that would still further improve conditions. Hugh Henry, state commissioner of weights and measures, introduced John Connors of the W. and L. S. Ourley company, whe discussed the matter of specifica tion, and he was followed by Mr. Troem- ner of the Troeimier Scale company, who explained the system used in connection with the Iiabeoek test of butter fat. T. ti. Hronson of Hurdwick spoke on the use of test scales as a help to butter makers and the extreme care needed to keep butter print accurate bi.der varying conditions of temperature. ). L. Martin, state commissioner of agriculture, thought in the case of short weights among farmers' product i, it was due rather to carelessness than to dishonesty. V, I. Spear of Ran dolph, president of the Vermont Maple Sugar Makers' association, spoke of the necessity of standard weights and meas uies in the sale of maple products, and J. A. Holmes emphasized the need of correct measure in the sale of grain. Almost Lost His Life. S. A. Slid of Mason, Mich., will nevei forget his terrible exposure to a meici less storm. "It gave me a dreadful cold," he writes, "that caused sever! pains in my chest, so it was hard fot me to breathe. A neighbor gave me sev eral doses of Dr. King's New Discovery, which brought great relief. Ihe docr said I was Qn the verge of pneumonia, but to continue with the Discovery. I did so and two bottles completely cured me. Lse only this quick, safe, reliable medicine for coughs, colds, or any throat or lung trouble. Trice 50c and $1 00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy. A CARD. All persons using Dr. Lawyer's Lini ment for colds on the lungs, pains, rheu matism, etc., with no relief, will do the manufacturer a kindness if they will return the bottle to the place purchased and demand their money. No "red tape'' will be used whatever and their money will be returned as cheerfully as it was taken. E. W. LAWYER, V. S. ESTATE OF CARRIE REBECCA BEMIS. STATE OK VERMONT. ) The Honorable Dlstrlot of Washington, as. j Probate Court (or the Dtttrlot aforesaid : To all tiers -nt later. etted In the estate of Carrie Rebecea Hernia, late of the City of .Barre la laid Dmriot. da- teased, Greetlag : Wbereat, sua coart nil ataigned tbe 2th day of March next for examin ng and allowing the acoount of the Administratrix, with the will aueesed, of the estate of tald deceased, nd for a decree of the re.ldue ot said eatata to the lawful claimants of tbatame, and ordered that pubue aotb'e thereof be given to all persons Interested in laid estate by publiabing thla order tliree weeka tuccetttveiy previous to the day astlgned, in the Barre Daily Timet, a newtpaper published at the City of Barre In said District Therefore, von are hereby notified te annear St the rrobate Office in Montpelier in tald District, oa the dsy assigned. Iben and there to can test the allowance of said nocount it you see cause, aed to establish your right as belit, legatees and lawful claimants te said residue. Given uader my nana, tnit nm aay or ren- ruary, 1911, FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. feb 15-32-29 i Piano Tuning i Regulating' Repairing;. etc All work guaranteed Orders may be left at the Times office. CLARK & McMASTER PUSO CO. i i i e o..oi4s, Tei.j,h.n..11;;w;-Montp.i.er FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let, ete. short advertisements at the rate of four lines for twenty-five cents for the first inser tion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE For Sale Cheap Pa mill at Kaxuury, Vermont, situated In Boxhury Village, with side-track rumnnx riKht beside the mill, has platiorm anil two ars can tie loaded at once right out of mill ; No 1 Lane mill, t-(out carriage; tfn saw frame, 4S-inch Hoe saw; double edger, planer, butting saws, slab saw, pull-in rig belting, shafting and all rigged for same, 2fl horse power boiiur. lax in Atlas engine, nearly new, which gives plenty or power, drive wheel 18 Inches x r. feet; a la'g, roomy milt building, two story, covered with slate. ') here is now a large amount of custom logs In yard ready to be cut and many more to come in. A good chance (or someone to get right to work and make money. I his property will be sold very cheap, as I find my health and other business will not permit me to attend to it longer. Also, if wanted, shout 800 acres of timber land, largely spruce, which would come to the above mill handliy; also house and grist mill with water power; also double, tenement house and small (arm In Northneld, Vermont; also several other pieces of real estate (or sale. O. U. ANUREWB. Morthfleld. Vt. Properties for Sale or Exchange No. 17S-FABM FOR BALK OH EXCHANGE near larre. Nlnetv-slx-scre f:irm, one-half nil e from Houth Ba'i-ru. W ill keep fifteen to eighteen head or stock and learn, is up in a e.Kid state of cultivation; tillage lays well ana is very productive. An especially (rood house, containing eight rooms in good shape. 'I wo Comfortable barns; hen hmise. lenty of fruit inie farm is a monev-m.iKer. rnce tjoouwj. Might exchange (or barre city real estate. 'M No. t!IS FIFTY-ACRK FARM only a few minutes' walk from fast Barre. with a set of buildings whirb could not be built (or less than tnxsi.uo more than we ask for the property, 'ihls is a desirable proposition, well heated and just right for a man wishing to keep a smalf stock and work In town a part of the t me. t will carry ten or twelve cows and team. Plenty of wood and good sugar busb. Cuts thirty "tons of hay. Vry large house, containing fourteen rooms: heated by furnace: has been used for two families. I wo barns, all In good shape. Would consider an exchange (or good property in Barre city. Price ISimuo. No. mx FARM. BTOCK AND TOOLS (or f.TonO.oit. onlv two and one hal( miles (rom Barre city; IK acres suitably divided. Tillage land lays well. W ill carry fifteen cows and team, (tunning water. Wood, comfortable buildings. This (arm must be sold at once, as the owner la not situated so ai to carry it on. With the (arm the owner wishes to sell one pair horses, five hogs and pigs, a good set of tools, cream separator, and all hay and fodder. You will pay a larger price (or this kind of (arm ten miles from narre. - Let us show these properties to you. It is a good time now to take possession of a (arm and be ready (or spring. The 0. A. Perry Real Estate Agency BARRE, VERMONT FOR HALE Hotel and stable. Running water at boose and barn. Good ben heuse, ice house and corn bira Atom five acres of land, (ins mile from copper mines, threat aumniar trade. New Fnclan.l and P'-onle'a teleohone. T. O. Dearborn, bouth Btrafforu. Vt. WOU0 POULTRY ASO VEGETABLE FAUM-Oaly $SO0 and one half down. Fifteen acres. oil Souse and barn; plenty of fruit Handy to cboel; near nei(bbra. Four and one half miles to flarre city. You can live on this p o and work In the rlty. Ibis it an Ideal poultry and vegetable (arm- Very pi aaaatly titnated and you will be surprised whan yon tee it, tint we offer so much for so little money. Do not wait until it i sold. Call and tee Ferry about It. Do It now! The D. A. Ferry Keal Estate Agency, Howland Block. U'.'if FOR MALE One large building lot oa Pat terson Street. Just the spot you want (or a boine. Inquire ( Richard Veals. lsutf II. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator City and farm property. Timber land. Quarry land. Building lots. Tenements for rent. Commissions reasonable. Rooms 4 and 5, Miles Block Telephone 314-2 BARRE. VT. HELP WANTED WANTED Man in Barre to tike orders for necksear and appoint tub-agents. The Acme Neckwear Co., u ioooaki, Vt. ittiO WANTF.n Choppers. Apply to N. rt. Nelton, 20 Merchant Street, Barre. antf WANTED To hire: a man with a family; man te work on farm and in mill; good milker. l)n not cre (or expe lenced man (or mill work. Dix i. Camp. R. F. D. Route. Ne. 3. Randolph (Voter. t. Residence between North and East Randolph. S!tit4 WANTED A capable girl or a mlddle-ared woman, with tome knowledge of conking, (or general boueowork. Inquire at tbe Timet office. S)St2 WANTED A gcod, capable girl for general housework. Apply at 10 South Main Street. Mrs. W. A. Bradford. tS4lf WANTED A ftrtt-olaas granite tool dretssr who can also cut granite, to go to Freedom, lenosyivania. nagee n.ou per nay. steady work. Address tbe Consolidated Quarry Com pany, Barre, Vt 29Stf WANTED At once: a kitchen girl at the City Hotel. ft'.'tf WANTED A competent girl or woman for general hnusekeening. Apply evening! at 6S w etnngton otreet, ?.utf WANTKD Man to act as assittant tnameer. Salary and commission. Apply at once. The Singer Sewing Machine Company, No. 10 Flm Street. 291t( LOST AND FOUND LOST A gold band weddinr rin;. Tueadav afternoon, between Smith Cumings't store and Church Htreet. Will na.ier please return to the Times office? Reward. 295t2 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. Stock for Sale Fifteen Shares Manufacturers Quarrying Company's Stock for sale one-tenth interest. Inquire of C W. MELCHER r" WE OFFER TO-DAY AN ESPECIALLY PLEASANT HOME Located on East Street The owner has left the city and the property is on the market at a sacrifice. The house is good. An extra lot is included, and a spring water right furnishes water free for the premises. Inquire of B0YCE & ROBINSON, Real Estate Brokers !.-...-. ...... . -a-.....-.- FOR SALE. FOK BALE Klght l linde Island Hed hens, (uil nltoiia and laying. Mrs. N. U. Ulnnchar.1, Camp Street Telephone Uitt-li, 2K5ta FOK BALE Dining table, almost new. In quire at 7 Harrington Avenue, up stairs. 2Mt( EUGS FOK HATCHING Have luate.t Ave TIM l . gif ,i npi. wlnnt U t U T 1. ' n r lulu 11. 11. V . h. t we ever owned. Eges 7 1-30 each! (V00 per hundred, at house. If boxed and packed to send away, 1 l.o extra, each egg. A. P. Abbott, Barre, Vt. mut FOR SAXK-Two Prairie Btate Incubators l' and Iflo egg s!b. Both in (tret-class con dition. Address P. 11. Carr, P. O. box ITi, Harre, Vt 2Wt( HOftkE FOR SALE Inquire of James Ahem, 11 HUckwell Street, city. 'sitf FOR StLE A six-year-old cow, to come In Ap II itt. Also a Mattes kitchen rang. Apply at No. 213 South Main Street. Telephone call, 4-1-21. 90tlJ FOR WALK Dry wood, stove length, split np fine. Also, a (ew tone of bar. Teleohone 3u7-. J. W. Averili, Barre. 75tf KGG8 FOR BALK Kelterttrast White Or- &lngton eggs for batohimr. Orders now booked. Irs. N. a. Gordon, fit Hill Street, Barre, Vt. ieiepbone 207-2. S86tt FOR SALE Combination (oak) bookcase and writing detk; oak center table and oak rooking chair. All In excellent condition. Inquire at Do Orange Street, city. 274tf FOR SALE On s Leader Kvtporator, 40x114 inchra, with arch and pipe complete. Also a eslvanlzed Leader draw tub. Inquire of W. W. ' Button, Barre, vt SSltf Eureka Wagon Jack The best light jack made. Will lift a ton Regular price $1 25. Special for Saturday - 15 cts. GO AND SEE ALLEN AVER1LL MILLS BUILDING FOR SALE Just what you want! A light traverse' sleigh; also a top baggy wagon. In quire of W. V. Mann or H. W. 8oo:t 26Stf WOOD FOR PALE A. Tomast Telephone call, farm, 3U7-23: city call, 177-3. S47tf FOR SALE Complete printing outfit (or a boy: a Goldlntr lob tireat. chase S x 4 1-2: two font of type; also 21 Kw cards, all sites. Apply or write to Jamet Langley, Barre, VL iJCtf Sharpies Tubular Separators ARE THE BEST Ask to see them at Arkley'a Livery. A post card will bring one to your farm for t ial, or telephone J. L. Arkley. Agent TO RENT TO RENT Down-ttairt tenement for small family at 34 Kummer Hweeu Inquire of C L. Converse, 17 Wl Street 295tf TO RENT A cottage house of seven rooms. with good, pantry, closets, wood-hd. etc., at No. 7 rortny street vacsni Ma red 1st. A nil rt distance from North Barre stone-sheds. Rev at No. 9. me street, or apply t L. F. Fnrtney, i'lainneid. ?93tS lO RENT A small tenement on Harrington Avenue, (heap. Inquire at Smith & Cumin -s. North Alain t-treet. 293if TO RENT A (nur-room tenement at No. 48 Seuth Main Htreet. All modern Improvement. Inquire at Granite City Laundry. tt)itt TO RENT Cottace boast with barn and garden, on Trow Hill. Modern improvements. Near school. Hmall family preferred. Inoulio of Mrs. G, 1'. Winter. Telephone 236-S. Wilt TO RENT A modern seven -room house Family of two, Give occupation. Address "A. L. C ," Times office. 2U2tf TO RENT A tenement of six rooms with hth. electric lights, furnace beat. Inquire of Mrs. W. Carrey, 40 Pearl Street. ttltf STONE SHED FOR RENT Large enough for two gangs of euttert and all in good condition. Use ol fifty-ton derrick that reaches all doort and yard, grindstones, aad also air enough for fifteen tools and two turface cotters. C. Blancbl & Sons. K84tf TO BENT A five-room tenement at No. 08 Maple Avenue, with bath, elevtrle lights and gat. Inquire til G L Convene, No. 17 West Street. xsotf I KENT Shed room. Apply to tb . Granite Co., Burnhani's Meadow. Bros. 2I7mot TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few rooms, well (urniabed; all modern improve ments; hot and cold water, bath, yulnlen. Block, ITi North Main Street 240tf TO RENT A tlrtt-fioor tenement, for small family. Barn accommodation! and ben house. Four arret of land with tenement and eight aeiea of grass land if desired. Storage room for vehicles. Inquire of Mr a. C D. Perrln. Quarry Road. 27 tt OFFICE FOR RENT in Wood Block. Perry, Agent, 75 North Main Street C. M. i!37tf TO RENT Shed room for six or eight cut ters. Apply to ihe Martinson Estate Company. Batcheluer Meadow, 231 tf TO KENT At No. IT Laurel Street, a air room flat, third floor. Eleotrls lights and hot water. Key with Mrs. Mowetr, second floor. E. L. Smith. 21 Wett Street 20tf TENEMENT TO RENT Hot and cold water, elect rl'i lights, furnace, eto. Inquire of Dr. O. O. Stlckney. tfittf OFFICES TO RENT Cp one fliht Two large front conneotlug offices. Inquire of L. M. Al frill. PO. BoxSM. 297tf BOARD AND ROOMS WANTED Table boardort at No. 13 West Street, i oi ner of West and Sumner. 29510 TO RENT I furnlshd room, with or without board. Inquire at 21 (t urch Street 2931 ( TABLE BOARD Also one large front room, with steam heat and eleotrio ngnt, to rent. Apply at 2u Avert!! Street w;tf TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At Wooabtne," 87 Jefferson Street "The 222tf TABLE BOARD and rooms te rent, at No. 31 Keith Avenue. Mrs. Grant. 220tf WANTED WORK WANTED Oeod American girl, 27, wants place to do general houaework. Can give beat of references. Address P. O. Box Slentpeller, Vt SySt'i WANTED To buy : Tan or fifteen horses. Tenem-nts to rent Also wood for sale. A. Toraast. Telephone call, 307-23 Farm, or 177-3 Barre. 37tt WANTED A job as derrlckman or engineer. Have had many years experience la Barre and Quincy. A -1 references ia both plsces. George Hall, 32 Brook St Telephone S3S- W. 24tii WOOD FOR SALE All kinds of wood. All orders deliv ered promptly. Also boxing boards for stonesheds. A. TOMASI Exchange Stock farm Telephone 307-3 i