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THE UARItE DAILY TIMES, I1ARKK, VT., SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
Poultry Netting and Staples Wire Screen for doers, 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 hereby given that the ab stract of the individual list has been filed in the Assessors' office, and that the same will be open for inspection of the taxpayers in said assessors' office, in the Citv Hall, from the 25th day of May, A. D. 1912, from 9 a. in. 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 of Barre, Vermont, this 25th day of May, A. 1). 1912. Martin Riley, ' ' Frank B. Oate. Augustus M. Rossi, Assessors of the City of Barre. ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Sections. L BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT, Ma D. a Veterinary Physician and Surgeoa Craduaie Chicago Veterinary Colltgi M. E. Telephone, 361-IS Alto lb People'! Lias Office and Hospital. South Barrb CAEL 0. PERKINS Electrical Engineer nd Contractor Electric Fixtures n4 Supplies Electric Wiring of All Kinds 199 Worth Main St Barre, Vt Telephones! Stora 259-M, House 74-J. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAIf Office in room 88, Miles building;. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1:30 to 4 p. m, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Telephone connection. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer 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, 122 North Main St, Barre, Vt RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for til 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 Piano Tuning Regulatlag, Repairing, etc. All work guaranteed Orders may he left at the Times office. CLARK & McMASTER PIANO CO. ; P. a Box 48. telen henes Mentpelter - REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mn.Wmiuiw'i Soothiro Sntrp has been used for over SIXTY YEARS bv MILLIONS o( MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WH1LB T8HTHINO, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It 600THK3 tie CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS, ALLAYS ell PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and is the best remedy (or DIABRHCEA. It i ab solutely harmless. Be sure end ask for " Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup," sad take no other kind. Twenty-five cents a botUe. Outpnt for 1911, 29,356,736 ; Increase during the year 6,282,834, Factory at Manchester, N. H. PATENTS J I RIZE8 for pfttwrt. Patent secured throngh m averuaea minora cn&rge. new lutt 01 ir iO) II ventlone needed ud possible buyen. "Hint to 1 1 Inventors." "Whj some Inventors fall." Book on II patents. Send us ronsb sketch or mexlcl for search of Patent Offloe records and report on patentaMl It y. Special agent In ICO eities and towns. Mr, Oreeley whUe Acting Commissioner of Patents had full chante of U. 8. Patent Offloa. GREELEY MoINTIKF., Patent Attorneys. WaahinKtoo. I). C. jewelry When TOU want a piece of ! artistic, guaranteed quality j Jewelry, come in and see our splendid display. 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler. a I a I a 200 Main St Sole Agency for j I "Boston American'' In Barre. I a U.-.. .J ADVERTISE YOUR ; .WANTS IX THE ..1 TIMES AND GET ! SURE RESULTS FIRE Insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies and five Mutuals. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competition met in companies that have liad an experience of from 23 to 100 years. J.W.DILLON, S and 4 Bolster Block, Bine, Vt AT THE 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,. 11 8 Main Street ORANGE. Special services will be hold Sunday at the usual hour, 11 o'clock, at the church. The veterans of '61, the Span ish American veterans, with their soiift, daughters, and grandchildren, are espe cially invited. LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES Oaa size smaller after using; Allan's Foet Esse, tbe antiseptic powder for tbe feet. It makes tight or new shoes feel easy; It first instant relief to corns and biintans. Blisters, Callous and Bore Spot. It is the greatest comfort QlBcorerT of the age. Mold every where. 25c. Fer FREE trial package, address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le hoy, H. V. NOTICE. The local board of health and health committee in joint meeting decided that the pail and common drinking cup in atone sheds and other manufacturing plants shall be abolished, and that the manufacturers are hereby ordered to pro vide some conveniences other than the closets on the bank of the river, and these changes shall be made before June 1, 1912. T)r. Joe W. Jackson, l)r. M. D. Lamb, John Tierney, Mark Nichols, Board of Health. William Brown, A. Rossi, David Dawson, Health Committee. ' Reliance Line Abmdant wattr for ki.t-.wi, Wtk, lu4rr, Uwti how. fardel, attdu Patraalk Taalt im Cellar away f raw treat 4 iut. Water System for Country Homes An inexpensive, efficient system, supplying abundant water for Fire Protection, Kitchen and Bathroom, Laundry, Stock Barm, Creamery. Headquarters for Gasoline Engines lor every duly. Write for Special Book D. W. We can furnish you without charge estimates of the cost of an electric lighting proposition which will interest you Brackett Shaw & Lunt Co. Somergworth, N. H. Boston, Mass. Gen'l Agent for Barre, C. E. Searles, or See J. L. Arkley. Reliance Line Makes the Nation Gasp. The awful list of injuries on a Fourth of July staggers humanity. Net over against it, however, is the wonderful healinp, by Hucklin's Arnica Salve, of thousand, who suffered from burns, cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo sions. It's the quick healer of boils, iilcers, eczema, sore lips or piles, 23 cts. at the Red Cross l'harmacv. Cunard Line Boslan Queenstown Liverpool Calliag at rishf narrt FRAN CON I A. June tl. July t LAf'OMA. June 5. Julv 23 Saloon i.6a Second Cabin (34.10 and upwards. New York FfshgaarrJ Liverpool CaKO.il a, Jane 1 CAMI'AMIA, Jane S Calls Queeaatown. New York Mediterranean CAHFATHIA, Jane t 8AXONIA, Jane U Montreal Quebec AUBOMA, June 1 ASCANlA.JuaaK One class (II. ) onlv. For Lstsr Ballings ana Isformatinh Travellers' Cheques Tours Tbreugh Rates te All Points, apply to 116 STATE STREET - - BOSTON r local agents: N. B. Balisrd, Miles Block, Barre. Vt; a. & Ballard, Lawrence Building, Hoatpelier, VS. WHITE STAR LINE BOSTON QUEENST8WN LIVERPOOL Arabic June 4 'Cymric. June t8 One Class Cabin Ssrvlce (II) Office. 84 State Street, loiten, Mas., or apply te local ageats. RED CEDAR SHINGLES EXTRA CLEARS right from the Pacific coast. The best roofing next to slate. Full count bunches. Cost less and worth more than eastern Cedar Shingles of same quality. A car load just unloaded at 1'lainfieUl. i'or sale by DELL B. DWINELL Exsfc r'n vt Ufa 11th Street W A University Place One block west of Broadway NEW YORK CITY. Within easy walking distance from Whoie sale and Retail Dry Quods Districts. Con veniently near Railroad and Steamship Lines. The only modern absolutely fire proof transient hotel below 23d Street. 300 Rooms, (200 with bsth) RATES I-Ron I.-Pfr DAV UPWARD iiirffilvot Rettauntnt and Cafe. Moderate Prices. Send lor free Illustrated tiulde and v Map of New York City. v I . It , ; j 1 , Jliss Jennie E, McKenzie has heeh appointed postmaster of IlincHburfi, to fill the vacancy recently caused .by the death of 1). U. Boynton. During a severe storm in Franklin, Tuesday, lightning struck the horse barn of the Helen Randall estate, burn ing it to the ground with two tons of hay. The building was insured. Sev eral trees on the Hattie Richards place were struck. . An interesting exercise took place in St. Albans Memorial day, when a flag was raised over the grave of Adam Beals, a veteran of the Revolutionary war, who wns' among those who helped throw overboard the tea in the famous party held In Boston harbor before the real opening of the war of independence. The Richford school directors deny that several cases of diphtheria in Mont gomery Center may have come from the former place, saying: "Diphtheria has not been prevalent in Riohford, nor have there been even isolated cases of the disease from which the books in the public schools could hav been contaminated." Arthur Barbeau of Burlington, 14 years old. was taken into custody Tues day by the police for throwing a prep aration known as sneezing powder about The Strong theatre and was later tak en into city court, where his case was continued indefinitely and he was al lowed to go on his own recognizance. Fred A. Boynton or Marshfield has been adjudged insane by probate court and committed to the state hospital at Waterhury. He was at one time, a practicing dentist with office on Com monwealth avenue, Boston. Fourteen years ago he suffered a sun stroke in Maine. Hi property was mitricicnt to sustain him until three or four years ago. During this time he has lived with his sister, Mrs. Allen McLean in Marshth'ld. For the past few years he has been a great care to his sisters. Mr. Boynton is 48 years of age. He has a wife and son 17 years old in Boston. YOUNG LAD KILLED BV AUTO. While Mother is Dying in Hospital and Father Recovering From Stub Wounds. Xew York, June 1. Martin Dunn, aged 7, was struck by an automobile yesterday and died in a hospital. His "mother is dying of spinal meningitis and hia father ' is recovering from stab wounds received two months ago. A brother is suffering with a broken wrist and a sister is ill with heart dieae and probably will die from the shock of yesterday's tragedy. Ends Hunt for Rich Girl. Often the hunt for a rich wife ends when the man meet a woman that uses Electric Bitters. Her strong nerves tell in a bright brain and even temper. Her peach-bloom complexion and ruby lips result from her pure blood; her bright eyes from restful sleep; her elastic step from firm, free muscles, all telling of the health and strength Electric Bitters give a woman, and the freedom from indigestion, bttckache,'headachp, fainting and dizzy spells they promote. Every where they are woman's favorite rem edy. If weak or ailing try them. 50c at the Red Cross Pharmacy. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. HELP yourself to a bottle of good, old fashioned fJinger Ale. "the kind that father uspd to drink!" Keep a case of Ijnglois' Assorted Sidas on hand. Thorn; or postal to Langlois' Bottling Works brings it on the run. We use only purest ma terials to get that "smooth, rich taste.'' tiive it a trial. F. W. LANGLOIS, 34 Granite St, BarTe, Vt Big Producing Farm Equipped 12S acres: estimated to cut inott cord wood. 110,000 fert spruce. Kujrar orchard of 11)00 trees ; liio apple trees ana otner iruits: actos oi machine-worked ttrlds; brook-watered pasture. If taken immediately, a pair of steers, three cows, two yearliugs, calves, poultry, the farm machimr and equipment inrhnled by the sired owner. The pi ice for this farm is only UTOO. half cash, t'or travelling Instructions to see this wonderful bargain and one of 133 acres for only HOUU.see pasje 47, "nr New Mammoth Farm Catalogue No. 85." just out, copy frpe; illustrated and filled with a wonderful assort ment of money-making farms; the stork and machinery included with many to set tie affairs quickly, t-. a. r trout jrarm Agency, piauon 2729, 294 Washington Street Boston, Mass. 6tl AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS WASTED -In Bsrra aad ieiaity, by a well-known Mssaaehuetta Old Line Lite Iniurance Orupaay to sell Life. Accident ana Health Insurance. Very liberal policies and low ratea. A lame commission and fair salary paid to producers. For particulars address the Massachusetts Insurance Company, Box 10y, Burlington, Vermont. site AGENTS making fid to fM dally selling tbe "Tltanle Disaster" book; told by survivors; SSOpatet; fifty illustrations; price only (1.00; tiftr per eent commission; easti p'ir.es; freight psid; eredlt given; on l fit free. International Hi hie flonse, 1'erry Building, Ixpsrtment K. Philadelphia, fa. 4t STALLIONS "Coco" and Notrole," Two of the Best in Vermont, Now Ready. "Cnfn" Ko. fil.ii?.'!. seven vears old March IS, 1912, bred in France, imported . r. 1 1 ill IHUf j nne action ana goou styte; iiiwli 1ft hands hit'h. weighs 1.500 pounds; color, bay, with "star in fore head, with white hina ten; is one oi tne best, if not the best, draft stallions in Vermont. "N'utrole." Xo. 46.100. bay stallion, foaled in 1 007. bred by L. E., Brown of lVlavan, 111., sttnds 18 hands high and ...itrha loiHI: sire Parole." Xo. 12.072. record 2:10, with 0! in list; dam "Erst," three in list; grand dam of estaie, a.inv. hv "Vntwood." Xo. 000: second dam "Alpha," 2:23, dam with four In list, by "Alcantara ; tnira nam "Jessie trnr1' M-ith four in list and irrand dam of twelve others, by "Mambrino thief," No. 11. Above will stand at stable of frank X. Trow, Barre; terms, $13 to warrant. QUEBEC PRINCE THE WELL KNOWN CANADIAN STALLION with a record of over one hundred marcs last season, will stand at Plain field from Saturday afternoon until Monday; at Washington, Tuesday evening; and VVilliamstowd at Nor man Pratt's, Thursday evening Regular at Ludger Camire's, 1S2 South Main Street, Barre. Telenhone Paquet Brothers. 232-M or 226- J . Terms to warrant, $ 1 2 Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cinnot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness. bml that is by constitu tional remedies. Deatness is caused by an in flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Kustachian Tube. When this ttilie is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when It is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine. cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but au inflamed conditiouof the mucous surtaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can not be cured by Mall's Catarrh Cure, feend for circulars, free. F. J. CHKXKY & CO., Toledo, 0. flold by Tinifrplsta, "Be. Take Ball's Family Pills for constipation. STATE OF VERMOXT. Washington County, as SHERIFF'S ' SALE. Xotiees hereby given that I hold an execution against John L. Burns in fa vor of Barre Savings Bank and Trust Company issued upon a judgment ren derd by the Washington County Court at Montpelier within and for the Coun ty of Washington on the thirtieth day of January A. D., 1912, for the sum of $2220.04 and that execution has beeu levied and extended upon the following describal property. Being one stone shed and machinery therein known as John L. Burns shed and the same erect ed by John L. Burns on land owned by Central Vermont Railway company, shed being 50 feet by 256 feet .with blacksmith shop and compressor house attached, situated on the westerly side of Central Vermont Railroad track in the villnge of Xorthfleld and formerly occupied by Burns, Wilfore &, Hamilton Company; and the said defendant's right in equity to- redeem the same as the property of the defendant, John L. Burns. Xotice is hereby further given that by virtue of said execution and by the direction of R. A. Hoar, attorney for the creditor in said cause, unless the said amount of said execution costs and interests, together with my fees and legal charges thereon, is in the meantime paid and satisfied, I shall sell the above described property with the appurtenances thereon and with the said debtors' right to redeem the same or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of said execution, interest and cost thereon at public auc tion to the highest bidder for the same at the premises aforesaid in the village of Xorthfield on the seventeenth day of June, A. D., 1912. at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon to satisfy in whole o in part of said amount of said execu tion costs and interest together with my fees and legal charges thereon as directed in said execution. lated at Xorthfield in the said County Of Washington this fifteenth day of, April. A. D., 1912. H. J. SLAYTOX, Deputy Sheriff. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. KSTATE OF HEN BY WOOD FOWLER. The undersigned, havins; been appointed hy the Honorable i'robale Court for Uie District of Washington, Commissioners, to receive, exam ine and adjust the claims and demands of ad nersns afainst the estate of Henry Wood fowler, late of Worcestor, in the Mate of Msssacnuietrs, deceased, and all claims i hthited tn offset thereto, herehy five notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the law office of 8- Holii.ter Jackson, ia the City of Barre tn said unmet, on tne vin aay of September and the Will day of Jiovem'-er next, from t'cloelt A. M. until 1 o'clock P. M., on each of said days, and that six months from theVlst day of slay, A. D. 1W3, is the time limited by said court lor earn creaiiors to pre sent their claims to us fur examination and allowance. Dated at th city of Barre, this 29th day of May, A. I. 1811 K. O. K ENT 1 Commis E. U. bl'KAGUE, j lioners. juns 1-8-13 ESTATE Or HAMILTON WEBSTF.E. STATE Of VERMONT, ) The Moaorabla District of Washington, ss. j Trouate dnrl for the District aforesaid: To all persons inter ested In the estate of Hamilton Webster, late of the City of tlarre in said District, deeeassd, Oraetine: Whereas, said Court has assigned the 14th uay at June next for examining- and allowlnr tin aocount of the Trustee of a fund ereated Uy the last will aad testament or tne ssia Mammon Webster, for the bsnetlt of Rosamond H. Wniater. and for a decree of the residue of said fund to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordoreu tnat puunc notice inrreoi l given to all persons intareated in said fund by puWlshlor this ordrr three weeks succes sively previous to thedsy assigned, in the Rarre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the City of Hsrre tu said District. Therefore, you ere hereby notified te appear at the Probate office in Montpelier tn said District, on the day assigned, then and there tn contest the allowance oi saiu account " you aeseause, and to establish your right as heirs, letatees and lawful claimant to said residua. Given under my hand, this 2ith day of May, 19,i FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge, may 25 june 1-8 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE Or ELI & MILLS. The undersigned, having been sppointel by the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Randolph, binniissioners. to reeeive, exam ine and adjust the claims and demands of all fiersons against the esute of Kit s. Mills, ate of Oranre in said District, deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the residence of the late Eli 8. Mills, in the Town of Orsnge in said District, on the 1st day of Aueuttnext, from o'clock A. M. entll 4 o'clock P. M., and that six months from the SSih day of February. A D. 19U. is the time limited by said Court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Orange, this 16th day of May, A. D. 13 U. R. P, LORD, ) - U. ri KELSON, J. E HOOD, ) ,lonr- may 18- Jun 1 FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Times will publish Wants, Lot and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. 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. FARM FOR SALE Small farm of six acres, nice, level land In a high state of eultiwation. with a Rood set or buildings consisting of six-room house, good b'g biru and new lien house, and never-falling water, 'i he place is situated one half mile from Uraniteville and three miles from Barre city. Also for sale. SS hens and a lot of chickens; one open buggy, one buckboard, one sleigh, one single work harness, two sets driving Har ness aud numerous other articles. Ibeauote will be sold altogether or separately, to suit purchaser, as 1 am contemplating a change, the property must be disposed of at once, i lie prices are right. Inquire on the premises after four o'clock, or at E. L.fmithJfc Co. 's nwcJiitie shop during working hours. A. C. McIVfcK. Uraniteville. 65t" A 140-ACRE INTERVALE FARM Only 3500. Easy Terms One of the best farms in New Hampshire. Forty acres smooth, level, mtcrvale ileitis cut forty tons of hay in addition to the cultivated crops. Excellent corn and potato lands brook watered pasture for ten cows; low cords of wood; lot of timber; 4l)0Urge sugar 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)xlo feet; Mi-foot poultrv house, other buildings; telephone;' dully ma'il delivery. It adjoins a weulthv woman's 20,(SO estate. Owner unable to work, forced so close out at once. If taken now, onlv a&ou, on easy terms, l'resent owner has mane big money delivering butter, eggB and poultry to regular customers and raising potatoes, apples, fat steers, hogs and lambs for market. A worker can pay for this farm and make himself independent in a short time. Address V. M. K., Box It, Barre, Vt. 2tf BARRE REAL ESTATE AGENCY llere is a proposition that is worth looking up, summer cottage, barn and two boats at Woodbury Pond, we can sell this property very cheap. .Woodbury I'ond being the nearest watering place to Barre makes this property look good. We can also sell you a good automobile that will carry you back and forth and the price is so low that most any one can have it. Call at above agency for a further description. Room 5, Wood Block, Barre, Vermont FOR SALE HOUSE on Franklin Street for sale. Up to dato In even- particular, fteven rooms; al hard-wood finish. Large lot. At the owner la about to leave town, will sell St a sacrifice. 57 HOITSR on North (Seminary rooms ; porch on front and side. S1KW.00. Street. Six W ill tell for 07 HOUSE. BARN AKD HEN HOUSE afid 12 acres of land about two miles from this city, on the road to W illiamstown. Vou can own this right. & ESTATE OF HERMAN OSGOOD STATE OF VERMONT, 1 The Hoeorable Diatttct of Washington, as I Probate Court for the District afore. ski : To all persons inter ested In the estate of Herman Osgood, lata of Cl"t In said District, deceased. Greeting: Wnereas, said Court has assigned the 4th dty of June next for examining atd allowing the aoeount of the Administratrix of the estale of said deceased, and lor a derree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of tbe same, and ordered that puhlic notice thereof be given to all persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks succes sively previous to the av assigi.ed. In the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published al the City of Barre In sabi District. Therefore, ytiu are berebv notified to appear at the Prolate OKlce in Montpelier tn said District, on the day aaslirneu. then and there to contest the allowance of said account If you see esuse, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful elaimaats to said residue. Uiven under my band, this 17th day of May, "9U FRANK J. MARTIN, Judgej may 18-2 jan I LOST AND FOUND. by way or Maple avenue. Sis in bills. Will the finder please leave at the Times office and I rewardedf 3t3 HOUSE, BARN,. HEN HOUSE, and about one and one half aerce 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. Vou can make a living on this place; but if you want to work in the sheds a part of the time, tbis is just what you have been looking for. Price 16o0.ou. M LARGE LOT on Sheridan Street, about two minutes from Slain street. Very choice loca tion and will be sold cheap. !t The D. A, Perry Real Estate Agency BARRE, VERMONT FOR SALE A new bouse just esmpleted, situated in a residential portion of the city, on Nelson Street Best nf bin h finish with bard wood floors. Steam heat, bath, hot and cold water, aet tnbs and electric lights. It Is a thoroughly built house. Back plaster. It (s located on a large lot and on dry aoil, within two minutes' walk of the car line. This la an Ideal proposition for one wanting a borne on easy terms. Harry C. Patterson. SOHf FOR SALE One large betiding let on Pat tersea Street. Just tbe snot you want for a kerne. Inquire of Richard Veal. lautf FOR BALE Three aerea of good land, and buildings, close tn. Kunnlng water. Seven room beuse. home fruit, rive minutes' walk to stores and eleetrle cars. Apply to the owner oa the premises. K. Si. alaicam, ueckiey pt.. Barre, Vt 4Hf FOB BALE A modern granite plant, ISO feet long by 30 feet wide, good for two gang of men; op te data in every way and Is eeotrally located en the Meacpeller and Weill Biver track. The nrice is lew. Inquire of or address Sweenev Bretkeis Granite Company, Mont, pelier, Vt. Witf HELP WANTED - WANTED Capable girl for general bouse w ti No washings. Mrs. J. P. Adams, No 7 S ate Street. Mentnelier. Vs. MtJ AGENTS MAKE BIG MONEY and become sales managers fer our goods. east office sellers. Fine profits. Particulars and samples free. One Dip Pen Company, Dep trtment 445, Baltimore, Maryiana. A LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANTED No canvassing or soliciting required. A good income assured. Address National to-opera- tive Ksalty Company, liw, maraen ouuuing, Washington, D. C WANTED-Sslssmsn to sell Lubricating Oils, Paints and Specialties. Gno-1 live wire caa earn big money. Cbamplon Kenning Company, Cleveland, uuio. DON'T BE A SLAVE TO TOUR JOB Man with the salesman lnstlaet can mske a lucrative connection with this sgenoy Yonr ttms is your own. Azro M. Aseliine.Gencral Agent, ltf7 lxuege street. uniag"n, tw SALESMAN Traveling! salary and expenses er commission. Must be active, eaergetlo and ambitious. A splendid opportunity. Former experience net essential. Landmark Cigar Co. Uenver, i t. Vt Jk n J A WJU V fuu tr.u. m -.,'.- ,. or middle-aged lady td assist In general bonse werk. Good wages to the risht party. Mrs. J. K. Wilson, Woodsville, N. U. 64lt atTI'DENTS. TEACHERS Anyone can make SI to Slu dallv at eor healthful out-door worn, advertising and distributing samples. Kxne- tlsnee unnecessary. nm or pi t time. . Macy, Sales Manager, 2T2 North Desplainvs St. Chicago, HI. 2t6 btiNTCD-Two men to work on a farm. Must be good milkers Good wages for good belp. H. H. Martin, w illiamstown, v . ojii WANTED Girl forsrenersl housework; one that can cook. Apply at 23 Klchardson Strent, Barre. w aNTED A irood nlaln cook or eempstent a-irl for general housework Apply at No. . . . . . -. r -. . Loomis otree. onwpoiivr. - wivted-Ai all-round cook. Apply to C. M. Hawes, Hatnneld Heiel, 1'ialnneld. 63cf FOR SALE. FOR BALE Two or three tons of good horse hay. Inquire of James Biota, Cutler Corners Barre, Vt Stlt3 FOB. SALE One bundred eboau. menta to rent. A. Tomasl, Barre. Tene 04 tt FOR SALE A Fox typewriter, nearly new aud in first-class condition. Will sell rheap if purchased at oiue. - Inquire at tba Times cilice SJtt) FOR SALE One full-blooded Jersey eow six years old, freshened a few davs ago. Will sell at right price it taken at once- Also pigs for sale, including brood sow. Call at No. 'ill Sou til Main Street. Telephone 42121. Stlttis FOR, 8 A LE On account rf ill health, I will sell my express business from Barre to Gran, lteville, with three uinlea. Plenty to do and good pay. W. W. Belvllle, Granltevllle, Vt. 65tl2 FOR SALE One low wheel, solid rubber tired carriage, rap less tbsn MX miles. Cost S135.00; tor S 60.00. Henry W. hnight 6'iif FOR BALE Pigs and shoatf. 1 will also do butchering. Ben Batchelder. Telephone call, 'Mil M. 61tf SHINGLE MACHINE FOR SALE New and cost 1 24il. Will sell for $2uu. Capacity about l'.'.OoO per day. Apply to or address IL 8. Clark, West Topsbam, Vt. 66110 A BARGAIN IN ONE HAYNES TOURINU CAR Fully equipped and in flrst-clast condition. Left with us, and must be eold at once. Price (ti.'iO.OU. lbs Drown Motor Car Co., Jefferson Street. 48tf FOR SALE Glass for wind shields: fitted with polished or square edge; all sites in stock. K, A. Lane, 24 Liberty St. Tel. 181-U iitt OOME great values in ready roofing, one, two and three ply. J Am using some of it on my office floor, just to show you how tough it is. A. W. Allen, Averill Mills WHEN TOO WANT Good Livery Service Call at Arkxey's Livery Transient, teams given best of care A clean Waiting Room for ladies Corner Summer and Merchant Streets TO EENT TO BENT Two tenements at 37 Branch Street ; all modern conveniences. ' Apply to Mrs. Forsytb, 9 Brook Street, -tf TO BENT Garage for one automobile. In quire ot O. N. Canton, 'IS Maple Avenue. COtf TO RENT A tenement of five rooms; also one ot tbree rooms. Plenty of barn roem with either tenement end garden. Inquire at IIS Prospect Street. Telephone 119-14. GuUJ TENEMENT TO RENT Six rooms, modern appliances. At 4 Harrington Avenue. Apply to C. W. Meleber. A&tf TO BENT A tenement. Telephone J. W. Nichols. 37tf FOB BENT To small family of auulta: three large rooms and toilet on ground floor, fur. mailed with hot and cold water, eleotrie lights and beat if desired. Apply at 123 Hill Street. Henry W. Knight tf. TO BENT A tenement of five rooms, with electric lights; barn with stalls. Inquire of F-D. Beckiey, S Park Street. 23ig TO BENT Small tenement over a store. In A-l shape. Just right for a family of two, at S Idso per month to the right parties. Smith Brothers. 3U7 North Main Street. t( TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few rooms, well furnished; ail modern improve ments; het and eold water, bath. Qalalen Block, 17J North Mala Street. K4tt "OFFICE FOR RENT In Wood Block, C. M. Perry, Agent, 76 North Mam Street. 33tf OFFICES TO BENT Up on flight. Twe large front connecting offices, inquire ef L. M. AvetHL P O. Box SB4, Itf POULTRY. EGGS FOR HATCHING From Vermont's Best Barred Plymouth Rocks. Cocksr'I and pullet matlngs from my winning exhibition stock; also from utility psns; alao eggs from best pen young and old competing at Mont, pelier and St. Albans shews. Eges after June 1st, half price, hod for mating list Apply to WILLIAM B. SCOTT. Falrmouat PouL; try Farm. Barre. Vt. tr.ia V'i 1. uiTCUTVU From Kfise-wtn- nlng K. C Brown and 8. C. White Leghorna. AS layers tnry r unejivoii.u, i .w, .... w .1 Hour '-'.TI Main Street. Mont pelier, Vt Telephone 112-W. EGGS FOR HATCHING Columbian Wyan dottea, Hawkins and Keating strain; good, general purpose fowl. Price: l.i for fifteen; fl m for thirty. Infertile eegs replaced. Mrs. H. J. Carr. Barre, Vt Teh pboue 3SJ-I3. 14tf KGGS FOR HATCHING From the best RnfT orcinartons. Send for catalogue. Aftei May ISth, half price. J. P. Coiskie. Htl EGGS FOR SALE Kellerstrasa White Or Dinsrton eggs for batohlnr. Orders now booked. Mrs. N. A. Gordon, 61 Hill Street, Barre, Vt 1 elf phone 2t7-l " wiu uiTCIHKn Have mated tlvl pent of onr priie-wionlng S. U. K. I. Kefle. Best w ever owauu. x.b per bundred, at house. If boxed and packed in send awav. l-2o extra, each egg. A. P. Abbott, Barre, Vt. WANTED POSITION WANTED A middle-aged tody wonld like a position as domestic nurse, of as housekeeper le a small temlly. Addie.i 8. A. P.," this office. o-ts WANTED A place as l-ousekeeper, or work by the day. Address A," 12 Kim Street, city, or call after Ave o'clock. t WANTED Horse for Its keep during the summer. Lght work and good care. Address "Horse," care of Times office. LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. James Absrn. 11 Blackwell Street. 47tf BOARD AND ROOMS TO RENT Furnished room with all modern convenisores- Gentleman preferred. Inquire of airs. G. M. Burroughs, 17 Church Street S.'tf TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At -The Wooubiue," S7 Jefferson Street 2?Stf II. A. PELPHS Real Estate Operator fit,, and farm nrnnnrtv. Timber land. Quarry land. Building lots. Tenements lor rent. Commissions reasonaoie. Room 4 and 5, Miles Block Telephone 814-2 BARRE. VT. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE I will tike oot automobile parties either by the day or the hour. Terms reasonable. A II. Norns. Willi imstown. lei. connections. 80il LOST Small pocket book, between Keith Avenue and tbe pestofflce. Contained S1LUU. finder please retura to wis office. KewarS. 63tf Automobile for Hire By the day or hour. Will go anywhere New Buick machine. Will carry five Mr. Fletcher . - - Chauffeur JONES & NYE LIVERY - - - JJSFOT SQUARE I . AitoHier Farm ! "v 3 U1f Rirri. Q4- arrcs. Ooorl I VyllC UlU VJIJC llit iivin ' - il i it l x . n r n ... s. : two-story nouse; gooa Darns anu icut.es, img j Enough wood for use. Cuts forty tons of hay and is ! in a fine state of cultivation. The Price is Low! j BOYCE & ROBINSON - Real Estate Brokers tseeaae