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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. 1912.
7 Poultry Netting and Staples Wire Screen for doors, Garden Rakes, Wheelbarrows, Spading Forks, Hose, Ladders, Stepladders, Galvanized Wash Tubs and Pails. 75c Inside Clothes-dryers for 50c, at E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Notice is hreby given that the ab stract of the .individual lists hag been filed in the Assessors' office, and that the same will be open for inspection of the taxpayers in said assessors' office, in the City Hall, from the 25th day of May, A. D. 1912, from 0 a. m. to 12 noon, and from 1 to 5 p. m. to the first day of June, A. D. 1912; and during said time we will hear all persons who feel aggrieved who desire to be heard, and make all neces sary changes in said abstract. Dated at the City ofBarre, Vermont, this 23th day of May, A. IX 1912. Martin Riley, Frank B. Cafce, Augustus M. Rossi, Assessors of the City of Barre. BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M. DL GL Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Craduate Chicago Veterinary Coliegs K.E. Telephone, Ml-IS Alt the reople'l Line Office and Hospital, South Barre CARL 0. PERKINS Electrical Engineer Contractor Electric Fixtures and Supplies Electric Wiring of All Kind 199 Worth Main St. Barre, Vt Telephone! Store 259 U, Houte 74 8. AT THE DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAH Office In room SB, Mile building. Ofcc i honra, a. m. to 12 m. and lt30 tK p. in, Monday, Tuday, Thursday d Friday. Telephone connect ion. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmerj Calls auawcred promptly day or night, j An up-to-date ambulance in connection-1 EAST BARRE. VT. , Telephone 229-1. MERCHANT TAILORING Alto Cleaning, Pressing, and Repairing MOORE & OWENS, t22 North Main St, Barre, Vt. RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions. Latest and most popular music Telephone - - 342-21 The Barre Opera House DANCE Orchestra CONCERT Edwin W. Bruce, Director and Manager 25 Nelaoa St. Telephone 422.12 PianoTuning Regulatlag, Repairing, etc All work gnarteed Order may be left at the Times office. CLARK & McMASTER PIANO CO. T. O. Box 48. Telephones jw Hontpe11" City Auction Rooms is where the large consign ment of Art Squares and Rugs all new, are being sold at private sale at great reduc tion in prices. Rugs given away with sales. Don't-miss it, every day and evening this week at CITY AUCTION ROOMS Bolster Block, 1 1 8 Main Street ABOUT THE STATE - Happeningi of Interest From Dif-f ferent Sections. ' . iv Charles 8. Forbes of St. Alban jias been appointed by President " Tafi,'a postmaster at that city, to teixt)ed George T. Childs, deceased. Lightning last Friday struck a barn belonging to Joseph Brown on Wey hridge hill, burning it to the ground with farm machinery and tools. The loss is several hundred dollars, with small insurance. Rev. F. A. Wells, for two years pas tor of the Methodist church at. Brattle boro, has accepted a call to the pastor ate of the First Methodist church of New Kochelle, N. Y., and begins his duties in the new charge next Sunday. As Mrs. George Sawyer was leaning over the piazza at her home in Whit ingham recently, the railing gave way and let her fall onto, the rocks fifteen feet below. One rib was broken, her spine was badly injured and she was severely bruised. A panther has been seen within fifty feet of the fannhousse of Forrest Mud gett in Johnson. Several people saw the aninml, which feasted on a young lamb, which was with a sheep, and then disappeared into the woods. "My Feet Were Just . Aching For T1Z" t tel Your Poor, Tired, Chafed,, Tender Feet "Spread Out" Gloriously In a Bath of TIZl "0, O, glory, what a feelin'l Won derful whaiTIZ will do for your feet!" Just take your shoes off, and then put those weary, shoe-crinkled, achy, coin-pestered, bunion-tortured feet of "Just couldn't wait to take my hat off! Two fatal cases of diphtheria in Mont gomery Center have co'ised the closing of the public schools, as it is thought the disease was waited bv using school books brought from Kicford, where there were cases of diphtheria. Frank Nores of Bennington was tak en to state prison Saturday to serve a live rears sentence for horse stealing, The horse belonged to a man by the name of Lyons and Xoyes put a halter through its mouth and rode into ths village of Bennington, finding he had leen noticed, he left the horse, but was later arrested and really decided to plead guilty. SEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mas. Wiirsiow's SooTfttito 8VB0P has beets tsed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS) of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILK TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It 600THE9 the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS. ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and la the beat remedy for D1A.RKHOZA. It ia ab anlutelv harmless. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. Twenty-nvecentaa oot-.e. Outpui for 1911, 29,356,736 Increase during the fear 6,282,834. Factory at Manchester, N. H. lATEFJTS PRODUCE FORTUNES RIZES for patents. Patrata strand thron.h as ' advertised without chart. New Utta ol in. venllnns needed and BOMiblebUTere. "Htntatn Inventors," "Why Borne Inventors tad." Hook on patents. Send ns rough aketeh or model for search 1 of Patent Office records and rerjort on Datentarttlirv. Special saente in tm eftlea and towns. Mr. Oreeler while Acting- CoroDilasloner of patents bad full charge of 1.'. S. Patent omoc GKEELET A McINTIKE, "atent Attorneys, Washlncton, I. C. -.-J I ' I JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of S artistic, guaranteed quality j Jewelry, come in and Bee our splendid display. 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler, I I I 200 Main St Sole Agency for I "Boston American" is Barre. I a..-.-. -...-...-..-..I ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS Cunard Line Boston Queenstown Liverpool Oalllnjrnt rtshrnard FEANCON1A. June U. July 9 LAlOMA. June :5, July 23 Saloon titf.M. Second Cabin 152.50 and upwards. New York Fishguard LTverpool CAKONIA, Jane 1 CAMl'AMA, June 6 Calls Queenstown. New York Mediterranean - CAEPATHIA, Juno MontrealQuebec BAXONIA, lane 12 -Southampton AUSOMA, Juael ASCAMA, Jane 22 One alas (II. 1 only. For Latar Sailings and Information Travellers' Cheques Tours Through Bates te All Points, apply to 110 STATE STREET - - BOSTON ar local agents: N. B. Mallard, Miles Block, Barre, Vt; S. 8. Ballard, Lawrence Building, Montpelier, Vt. Tronp'i Handy Design Book. Cemetery photographs numbering 40 latest and different designs. Compiled in a handy-sized book, which slips con veniently into the pocket. Can be seen by calling at Truop'e studio. How's lhis? Waofter One Hundred Dollar Reward for any rase of Catarrh that caunot lis cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, r. J. CHEXET CO., Toledo, O. We, trtennrieratgned, have known E. J, Che ney for tlie last lb years, and believe him per fectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by bis firm. National Bask of Commkuci, Toledo, Ohio. Han's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free, I'riceTS cents per bottle. Bold by all DruKRist. Take Hall's Family l'llis lor constitution. NOTICE. WHITE STAR LINE BOSTON QUEENSTOWN LIVERPOOL Arabic. June 4 'Cymric. June IS Use Class Cabin Service (II) Office, 84 Stat Street, Boston, Mass., or apply to local agents. 11th Street 7 ft University Place One block west of Broadway NEW YORK CITI. Within easy walking distance from Whole sale and Ketail Dry Ooods Districts. Con veniently near Railroad and Steamship Lines. The only modern absolutely fire proof transient hotel below 2.1d Street. 300 Kooms. (200 with bath) RATES f-kOn fl.-per DAV UPWARD Excellent Reilaur.nl and Cafe. Moderate Prices. Cdeod lor free Illustrated Guide and -Map of New York City. The local board of health and health committee in joint meeting decided that the pail and common drinking cup in stone sheds and other manufacturing plants shall be abolished, and that the manufacturers are hereby ordered to pro vide some convenience other than the closets on the bank of the river, and these changes shall be made before June 1, 1912. Ir. Joe W. Jackson, Dr. M. D. Lamb, John Tierney, " i'-T S Mark Nichols. : V-', it', Hoard of Health. 'T.Kf.' William Brown, A. Ropsi, David Dawson, Health Committee. Benjamin Martin Washburn, who graduates from the theological sem inary in Xew York this week, will be ordained a deacon at St. Paul's church in Turlington next Sunday. Rt. Rev. A. C. A. Hall will ordain Mr. Washburn and Rev. David Saaford of Hardwick, diocesan missionar-, will preach the ser mon. Mr. Washburn will return to the seminary for further studies next Sep tember, but will eventually become I priest in the Vermont diocese. W. K. Bridges of Coir in, Mass., was quite badly injured May 17, while cross ing a bridge in Guilford, this state, with a lumber wagon and pair of horses, when the structure, which was KO feet in length, collapsed, throwing him and his outfit into the CJreen river, twelve feet below. Mr. Bridges was struck by a large timber, which threw him unjer one of the horses, where he had to re main until the horse kicked itself free No one happened to pass and it was over an hour before he could extricate him self alone and get to bis home two miles away. Three ribs were broken, he was badly bruised, and there are fears that he was Internallv injured. The horses were somewhat cut and the wagon dam aged. The stringers of the bridge are haid to have been badly decayed and, as the bridge had before thie time been considered unsafe, wooden atays were used rt fall to brace the bridge, but these were washed out by the high wa ter and ice of this spring. MONTPELIEP, FIRE Insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies and fire Mutuals. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competition met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. S and J. W. DILLON, 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt H. hi Farnham's 13th Big Combination Auction Sale will be held at his place of business at 96 Northfield street, Montpelier, Vt., on friday, May 3112 at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon, 2S fresh horses, a fine bunch, suitable for all kinds of business and ranging in sire from 1.000 to 1,600 pounds, also 30 to 50 second-hand or commission horses, all values and all kinds, some nic farm pairs and single farm horses, several livery and family horses, 1 whole driving team, 6 years old Mor gan mare, Bailey bike rubber tire, top buggy, 1 other new rubber tire buggy, and other wagons, carts and carriages, 1 International manure spreader, 1 horse hoe, 1 Cameron air-cooled auto roadster, also new and second-hand, single and double harnesses, rcbes, blankets, whips, etc, with a lot of property not herein described. Come out and take a hand in the big sale. Yon will find buy and seller from all parts of the state. Usual terms of eredit. Lunch room on the ground. C. F. SMITH. Auctioneer. D. A. FERRY, Cleric Real Estate FOR SALE Must be sold to close up the estate: One larjje four-tenement house at the corner ot Sem inary Street and Maple Ave nue, which rents for ?38.00 per month. One two-tenement house at No. 12 Harrington Ave nue; rents for $24.00 per month. One-tenth interest in the Manufacturers' Quarrying Company. This property must be sold. Apply to C. W. Melcher, Executor W. R. Hadley Estate. Peck's Bad Boy Co. Stranded Here With No Money. Four memln-s of the Peck's Bad Bov company are stranded here, as the man aper, Lew Herman, took the proced4 cf the company when he and anotht.r member skipped Monday evening. The two men and two wviien left have weal tickets to last them only through to d.iy and gave a vaudeville" act in a local theatre last night to get money with which to get to Boston. A dog belonging to Louis Tompsi was killed yesterday by being run over by an auton-obile. Another dog was k'lled Sunday. The Jersey Star Creamery association of Jrasburg yesterday Hied article of association with the secretary of state. The capital stock of the association is $3,000, and the signers are Charles Met calf, Charles Towne, A. M. Cloug'i. II. K. Lee, (i. W. Phillips, F. E. Lee, E. O. Wells, A. E. Harlow, J. E. Carpenter. An old flint (lock musket from the family of Solomon Dodge, an early set tler of the town, has been handed over to the Montpelier Historical society' ly Murray A. Kent. The musket is com plete with the exception of a ramrod. Xora E. Batchelder has so'l to Mr. and Mrs. Lars Peterson a houe on Charlea street and Mr. and Mrs. Wal lace E. Lamberton a house on Berlin street to Mr. and Mrs. James M. Boyd; consideration, $4,000. Justus Batcheidcr and wife have also sold a house on Lib erty street to Arthur D. Farwell. SOUTH RYEGATE. A dying man once eaid: "If I bad only heeded the trivial things, I would now be well and happy." A glass of HIRES ROOT BEER may be a trivial thing, but it helps. A trial order will make you a reg ular customer. We guarantee prompt service to our customers throughout the 1012 presidential campaign, which is usually a rush. We also Jiav Liquid Carbonic Gas and soda tanks furnished and charged. F. W. LANGLOIS, 34 Granite St, Barre, Vt Florence Ellis is visiting relattives in Lowell, MaBS. Miss Lillian Eliason was an over-Sun day visitor in Wells River. Harry and Roy Sanderson spent Sun day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Sanderson and son, Harry, attended the ginduation exercise at Peacham academy Friday, when their sou, Roy, was graduated. Doris Terry entertained fourteen of her little friends at the home of her aunt, Mrs. B. F. Terry, Saturday aftfr noon, it being her fourth birthday. Dain ty refreshments were served. A large audience was present at the V. P. church iSunday morning and lis tened to a very interesting and helpful sermon by the pastor, Rev. John Lytlej subject, "Keeping the Sabbath." Van Ness Bailey of Virginia City, Xev., is visiting his half-brothers, Mer ton and Dana Bailt-y. Mr. Bailey notice quite a change in this place since he went away fifty years ago. There were then but few houses here and neither railroad nor granite works. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Simpson started on an automobile trip Friday morning for Connecticut, where they are to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tewks bury accompanied them to Springfield.' Mass., whence they left by train for Xwj York City, where they expected to rueet Mr. Tewksbury's brother from Yoakum, Texaa. ycurs in a TIZ bath. Your toes will wriggle with joy. They'll look up at vou and almost talk, and then they'll take another dive in that TIZ bath! Yes. TIZ is life to feet! That man or woman who says there's anything like, or as good a, TIZ never had a foot in a TIZ bath. When your feet ache, get tired, swol len, tender or sore, just try TIZ. Your feet will just feel fine; also your corns, bunions and callouses will disappear, You'll be able to wear smaller shoes, too; your feet will keep cozy; they'll never lie frost-bitten, never chilblained. TIZ operates under a new principle, drawing out all the poisonous exudations that make feet sore, corny and tired. There's nothing else like TIZ, so refuse any imitation. TIZ, 25 cents box, sold everywhere, or sent direct, on receipt of price, by Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111. Recommended by all dmg stores, depart mtnt and general stores. FOUR LINES TOR 25. CENTS The Times will publish Wantt, Loit and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. ehort advertisement at the rate of four lines for twenty-five cent for the first inser tion and five cents for each eubsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. A 140-ACRE INTERVALE FARM Only S3500. Easy Terms One of the liest farms in New Hampshire. Forty acres smooth, level, intervale tielus cut forty tons of hay in addition to the cultivated crops, excellent corn and potato land ; brook watered paatute for ten euw; louo cords of wood; lot of timber; 400 large stiear maples; 75 bearing apple trees, other fruit; best garden in town, only one mile to village, store, church, etc. Two-story ten-room house; barn M)xt feet; 50-foot poultry house, other buildings; telephone; dally mail delivery. Jt adjourn a wealthv woman's 1W,0;.0 estate. Owner unable to work, forced an close out at once. If taken now, only IliSOO, on easy terms, l'resent owner has mune big money delivering butter, eggs anil poultry to regular customers and raising potatoes, apples, fat steers, hogs and lambs for niai ket. A worker can pay for this farm and make himself independent in a abort time. address V. M. K., box I), Barre. Vt. 2tf BARRE REAL ESTATE AGENCY Here is a proposition that is worth looking up, summer cottage, barn and two boats at Woodbury Pond, we can sell this property very cheap. woodDury Pond being the nearest watering place to Barre makes this property look goon. We can also sell you a good automobile that will carry you back and forth "and the price is so low jthat most any one can have it. Call at above agency for a further description. Room 5, Wood Block, Barre, Vermont FOR SALE. FOR SALE A Kox typewriter, nearly ne aud In firm-class condition. Will sell cheap If purchased atones. Inquire at IQ Times ottlce 9ta FOR SALE One full-blooded Jaraey cow, SIX Veara old. freshened & 1mm ria.a ..n vrnl sell at right price If taken at onra. Also pig for sale Including brood sow. Call at No. Sli South Main Street. Telephone 4K1-21. eotti FOR BALK On account rf 111 health, I will sell roy express Dullness from Barra to Grab-, lteville, with three millet. 1'lentr to do aid good pay. W. W. Bel v I lie, tiranlterllle, Vt. FOB. RALE One low wheel, solid rubber, tired carriage, ran leu than 300 mile. Cost IJi.OUj for tsaou Henry W. Knlgbt. 62 If FOR HALE Figi and ahoaU. 1 will also do bntchering. Ben Batcbelder, Telephone call, M. tut HHINiJI.K M CHINK FOB n A t.V Vnw mnA coat fm. Will aeil for 2iw. capacity about 1'.' 000 per day. , Apply to or addreei H. B. Clark. WMtTiiniham Vr ...in. A BARGAIN IN ONE HAYKE8 TOURING CAR Fully equipped and in first-class condition. Left wttb us, and must be sold fit once. I'rlc W50.0U. The Drown Motor Car Co., Jefferion Btreet. 48t( FOR BALE Glass for wind sklelds; fitted with poliihed or square edge; all aiiea in stock. K. A. Lane, 24 Liberty St. Tel. 181 -li 32tf ORANGE. There will be a sociable at the town hall Wednesday evening, May 28. Punch and wafers will be served. Good music for promenading will be furnished. A NOTED DOCTOR SAYS Everyone should use soms little antiseptic powder to the ehoea. Confining the feal in aboes la 1 iuelf unnatural and causes a moist or sinartinc condition. People of refinement ow aie daily Alleu'a Knot-Kate. tbeanUo-ptu powder to be shaken Into the shoe, and would a soon go without a dentifrice as without the us of Allen's foot-Ease. ESTATE OF Lt'CIl'8 BRUCE. BTAfE OF VERMONT. I Tha Honorable Dlltrlo', of Washington, aa. ( Probate Conrt for the District aforenaid : To the heirs and all leraonalntereiited In the estate of Lui-tua Brace, ate of the Town of Weodbury In laid District, deceased. Greeting: Whereas, application bath been mad to this com t In writing, by the Adaainlitrttor.rlaanraaa G. Reirars, pray i air for lloentfl ana authority to all of the real estate of said deceased, to wit: situated In the Town t Woodbury In aaltf Dlatrtot, representing te ald Court that It would be beneficial to the heirs and all paraona Interested In the estate of said deceased, to ell said real estate ana convert the same la to money. And bringing Into Court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs to said tat renidlng In this State, and setting forth the situation of the real estate. Whereupon, the said Court appointed and aaaigned the 14tb day of ,Iuq. i'JYi, at the fro bate Office in Montpelier In laid District, to hear and decide upon said bppllcalion and peti tion, and ordered pnbllo notice thereof to be given to all persons interested therein, by pub lishing said order together with the time and place of hearing, three weeka succeeitTely In the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates In the neighborhood of thoee persons Interested In said mute, all of which publica tions shall be ptevious to the day assigned for hearing. Therefore, yoa are hereby oottnea to appear before said Court, at ih time aud place as signed, then and there to said Court to make your objections to the granting ot such license, if yoa see cause. Given under mr hand at Montpelier in said Dlstriet, this Ma day of May, 11)12. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. may JD June 5-U FOR SALE All of the livery property be longlnc to the eatato of the late James S. Hutchlns. situated at 71 Boutli Main (street, White River Juactlon. Vt. Alao large atable. nearly new, and lot Will aeil all together or separately, or sell ilveiy and rent the stable. An excellent bnilnesa for a hustler. Do not nuts this channe. Apply early at the stable. Write or telephone. Mrs. Jennie Hutchlns, Administratrix. 6lt FOR SALE HOt!BE on Franklin Street for sale. TJp to date in every particular. Seven rooms; al hard-wood finish. Large lot. As the ownor is about to leave town, will sell at a sacrifice. 67 HOCBK on North Beminary rooms; porch on front and side. 1860.00. Street. Six Will sell for 67 HOrSE, BARN AND HEN HOUSE and 12 acres of land atxiut two miles from this city, on the road to W illiamstown. You can own this right. HOUSE, BABN, HEN HOU8E, and about one and one half acres of good land on Mer chant Street. Very pleasantly situated and an ideal place for party who wants an Inexpensive home with land. Five-room house in good repair. Hen house is new. Plenty of fruit. You can make a living on this place; but if vou want to work in the sheds a part of the time, this Is Just what you have been looking for. Price I14U0.0U. M LARGE LOT on Sheridan Street, about two minutes from Main htreet. Very choice loca tion and will be sold cheap. 6i The D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency BARRE, VERMONT FOR SALE A new house just completed, situated in a resldaatlal portion of the city, on MeUon Street Rett ef bin h finish with bard woed floors. Steam heat. batb. hot and cold water, set tubs and electrle llihta. It la a thoroughly built bouse. Back plaster. It it located on a larre lot and oo dry soil, wltblo twe minutes' walk of the car line. Thia It aa Ideal Bepoeltioa for one wanting a home on eaiy terms. Harry C. Pattertoa. 30:tr FOS SALE One large bidding let aa Pat terns Street. Just the spot you waat for a heme, inquire r Btenara v eaie. lsuti FARM TALKS A wet spring like this means lots of weeds and the weeder and cultivator MUST BE KEPT GOING ALL THE TIME. It you are not supplied with theee tools Go and See Allen. A. W. ALLEN : : AVERILL MILLS Hand Separator Oil An extra fine grade of Separator Oil at the lowest price. Also sup plies for the Sharpies Tubular . Separator, at ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt. TO RENT TO KENT Two tenements at 27 Branch Street; all modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs. Forsyth, Brook Street. 6?tf TO RENT Oarage for one automobile. In quire of O. N. CanUv, 25 Maple Al venue. 60tt TO RENT A tenement of five rooms; also one ot three rooms. Plenty of barn roam with either tenement and garden. Inquire at lift Prospect Street. Telephone 119-14. 60M TENEMENT TO RENT Six rooms, modern appliances. At 4 Harrington Avenue. Apply to C. W. Melcher. C&tf TO RENT At 17 Fortyth Place, a six-room lower Bat. Key up stairs. X. L. Smith, No. 21 West Street. Mtf ' TO KENT A tenement. Nicholt. Telephone J. W. S7tf FOR RENT Tot mall family of auults: three large rooma and toilet on ground floor, fur nitlied with hot and cold water, electrle lights and beat if desired. Apply at 123 Hill Street. Henry W. Knight. 36tf TO RENT A tenement of five rooms, with electric lights; barn with stalls. Inquire of F- D. Heck lay, f rark street. ziii TO RENT Small tenement over a store, In A-l thane. Just ritht for a family of two, at I la, M per month to the right parties. Smith Brothers. Su7 North Mala Street. tstf TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few roams, well furnished; all modern improve ments; hot and cold water, bath, yulalen Block, 17J North Mala Street imt OFFICE FOR RENT In Wood Block, Perry, Agent, 76 North Mata Street. C. M. !S7tf OFFICES 'lO RENT Up one flifbt. Twe aree front connecting offices, laqnlra ef L. ft. Averlll. P. O. Box 3d. 7tt POULTRY. FOR SALE Three acres of good land, and liutldinga, clete In. Running water. Seven room heuse. Home fruit. Five minutes' wslk to stores and eleetrio cart. Apply to the owner a the premiaes. K. a. Maxbaui, Beckley St., Barre, i t, t;u ESTATE OF THOMAS D. HUTCHINSON. STATE OF VERMONT. 1 The Honorable Dibtbict or Randoi rit, ss. ( Probate Court for the Dlatrlct of liandolph: 'J o all persona Inter ested in the estate of Thomas D. Hutchlnaoa' lata of W athlagtoB in said District, a. o-ei, ttreeuug : At a Probate Court, holden at Chelsea within and for said District on the Viith day of May. 1H13, an Instrument purporting to lie tne last W ill and Testament af Thomas D. Hutchinaen, late of Walking ton in said Dittrtct, deceased, was presented to the Court aforesaid, for probate, by Charles M. Colby, therein earned fcxecuter. and it ia ordered bv said Court that the Slit day of June, 1012. at the residence of L. E. Sleeum In said Wathingtoa, lie assigned for proving said Instrument; and that notice thereof be given to an persona concerneu. oy ?uollaning tntt oraer inree wtni tueceaniveiy n the Barre Daily Tlmts. a newspaper circu lating in that vicinity. In laid District, previous to the time appointed. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place afore said, and contest the probate of said will, if yoa have caute. Given nader my hand at Chelsea In said District, this 28th day of May, 1913. GEORGE L. BTOW. Judge. may 38-jane 5-12 ' FOR BALE A modern granite plant. ISO feet long by 60 feet wide, good for two ganra of men; np te date la every way ana is cent'sity located ea the Mentpeiier and weila River track. The orice ia lew. Inquire of or address Sweenev Brotaeis Graalte Company, .Mont, pelier, Vt, tuitf HELP WANTED WANTED Girl to wash dishes, the Baltimore Lunch Kooiu. Apply at estj ESTATE OF ALEXANDER S. BIRD. STATE OF VERMONT. 1 The Honorable District of Waahinirton, as. Probate Court for the District of Washington. To all peraons in. terested in the estate of Alexantler S Bird, lata of the City of Barre in said Dlatrlct, deceased. itreeiing : At a Probate Court, holden at Montpelier, ithln and for ssld Distriot. on the Hist day of Mar. 1912, an instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Alexander a. bird, late of the City of Barre la ssld Dlatrlct, de ceased, wss prrsented to the Court aforesaid. for prone to. And It Is ordered by said Court that the 10th day or June, 1U12, at the Probate Office in aaid Montpelier. I assigned for proving said instrument; and that notice thereof be given to ail nertons concerned, by publishing this order throe weeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper circulating in that vicinity, in said District, previous to the time appointed. jnererore, you are nereny noiineu 10 appear before said Court, at the time and place afore said, and contest the probate of said will, if you have cause. Given under mv band at Montpelier, in said District, this iltt'day of May, 191'. FRANK i. MARTIX, Judge, may 12-J9 June fi COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF IDELLA EMMA BECKLEY. The undersigned, having been appointed by the Honorable l'rolate Conrt for the District of Washington, Commissioners, to receive, exam lne and adjust the claims and demands of all peraons against th estate of luella Kmnia neekley, late of tha City ot Barre In aald District, dxaeed, and all claims exhibited In offset ineretVi, hereby give notice) that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the Banking Rooms nf the National Bank of Barre. In the City of Barre in aald District, on the l'2tb day of June and the let day of November next, front V o'clock A. M. until S o'clock P. M., on each of aaid days, and that six months from the 4th day of May, A. D. u the time limited by aald Court for aaia creditors to present their olaine to us for examination and ailowanoa. Dated at the Cl:y of Barre this 8th day of May, A. D. 1912. T. H. CAVE. JR.. 1 Cosomle O. IL REED, 1 eioaera. may U-22-S STL'OENTS. TEACHERS Anyeue can make S3 to f 10 dally at eur healthful out-door wors, advertising and distributing samples. Expe rience unneresasrr. Whole or psrt time. D.J. Macy, Sales Manager, Sri North Desplaints St, Chicaga, lit. e'-'tli WANTED Two men to work on a farm. Must be good milkers. Oood wagea for good help. H. IL Martin, Willtamstowo, Vt. 63tt Kiif.S FOR HATCHING! From Vermont's Best Barred Plymouth Kocke. Cockerl and pullet matlngs from my winning exhibition stock; also from utility pens; aiso eggt irom best pec yonng and old competing at Mout nelier and St. Albans thews. Eggs after June ' . .. t ....... i , ..if... 1 1 . , innl. tn 1S Hail pnue. c-uu iw. "". ' I' J WILLIAM B. SCOTT, Falrmount Poul try Farm. Barre, Vt. - 'ilt- EGOS FOR HATCHING Frem prixe-wln-nlng K. C Brown and 8. C. White Leghorns. As layers tney are unexcmieu. nvw. fkw J. xieney, jnaia flfteen. pelier, Vt Telephone 112- W. 21mol EGOS rOR HATCHING Columbian Wyan dottes. Hawkins and Keating strain; good, general purpose fowl. Price: 11.00 for fifteen $1 SO for thirty. Infertile eggs replaced. Mrs.. H J. Carr, Barn), Vt Telephone 33-13. 14 tf EGGS FOR HATCHING -From the bett Buff nrciumons. Send for catalogue. After, May lBtli, halt price. J. T. Corskie. Htf EGGS FOU SALE Kellers trass White Or plncton eggs for hatchlne. Oreers now booked. Mrs. N. A. Gordon, fit H1U fittest. Barre, Vt, 'lelephone 367-4 Mtf EGGS FOR HATCHING Have mated flva pens of our prize-winning S. C B, L Reds. Best we ever owned. Eggs 1 l-2o each; S.fl0 per hundred, at house. If boxed and aaeked to send away, ? I -lie extra, each egg. A. P. Abbott. Barre, Vt. WANTED Girl for general housewerk; one that caa cook. Apply at 33 Richardson Street, Barre. tUtf WANTED Four good table girls and one kitchen girl to work la the Orange Hotel at Chelsea, Vt. Inquire at enca of K. D. Barnes. Proprietor. Chelsea. Vt. tilit WANTED A goed plain cook or eempetenC rl for general housework. Apply at Ne. v s-irl Loomis Street, Mentpeiier, Vt 67tf WANTED Ai all-round cook. Apply to C. M. Hawea, plalnbeld Hotel, Piatafield. Mtf LOST AND FOUND. LOST Between Brook and Remlaary streets, by way of Maple avenue, SIS in bbls. Will the finder please leave at the Times office and be rewarded? 63t3 LOST Small pocket book, between Keith Avenue and the pestotllce. Contained tllou. Finder please return to this office. Beware. 3tf AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS making 110 to 50 daily selling the "TUanlo Disaster" book; told by sum Ivors; 50 paget; fifty illustrations; price only 1.00; fifty per ceut commission ; easb prises; freight paid; credit given; outfit free. International ltlble House, Perry Building, Department K. Philadelphia, Pa. 6414 ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE TIMES A XI) GET SURE RESULTS WANTED POSITION WANTED A middle-aged lady would like a position as demestlo nurse, or .. housekeeper 1. a small l.mily. Addre,. this omce. e S. A. P..' WANTED A place as ronsekeeper, or work h, th. i dfy AdPdret. "A." U Elm Street, rUT. or call after five n elook. 6'w WANTED Horse fer its keep during the summer. Light work snd good care. Address "Horse," care of Timet office. bits WANTED Ta hire: a farm with stock, or will take one on shares. Iaquire at 45 Foster Street, city. S0ti LAWN MOWERS tharpened and repalred. James Abern. 11 Blackweii atreeu 47tf BOARD AND ROOMS TO RENT Furnished room with all modern conveniences. Gentleman preferred. Inquiry ot Mrs. O. M. Burroughs, 17 Church Street. 3tf TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At "The WoouHue," 7 Jefferson Street. 2Mt( II. A. PELPHS Real Estate Operator City and farm property. Timber land. Quarry land. Building lota. Tenements for rent. Commissions reasonable. Roams 4 and 5, Mil as Block Telephone 314-1 BARRE. VT. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE I will take out automobile parties either by tba dav or the hour, terms reaaonaDie. A n. Norrls, WlllUmstown. Tel. connections. SOtf Another Farm One and one half miles from Barre: 94 acres. Good two-story house; good barns and fences; spring waters Enough wood for use. Cuts forty tons of hay and is in a fine state of cultivation. The Price Is Low! ! BOYCE & ROBINSON - Real Estate BrokersJ