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THE BAItltE DAILY TIMES. 'liAKHE, VT.. TUESDAY, JUNE 11. 1912.
Poultry Netting and Staples j Wire Screen for doors, Garden Rakes, Wheelbarrows, Spading Forks, Hose, j Ladders, Stepladders, Galvanized Wash Tubs and Pails. 75c Inside Clothes-dryers for 50c, at E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square Makes the Nation Gasp. The awful lint of injuries on a Fourth of July staiwers humanity, bet over against it, however, in the .wonderful healing', by Bucklin's Arnica Salve, of thousands, who suffered from burns, cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or' explo sions. ltV the quick healer of boils, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or piles, 25 cts. at the Red Cross rharmacy. A NOTED DOCTOR SAYS Fvoryono should ns lomi little antiseptic pnwiier In the ahoee. Confining the feet in hues it In itself unnatural ana causes a moist or ainartinv condition. People of refinement dow use dally Alloa's Foot-Ease, tlie antiseptic powder to b shaken into the shoe, and would a aonn go without dentifrice as without tbe use of Allen's Foot-Eats. BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT, O. C, Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Enduiii Chicago Veterinary College K. E. Telephone, 361-IS Alee the People's Line Office and Hospital; South Barrb GAEL 0. PERKINS Electrical Engineer Contractor I Electric Fixtures and Supplies ; Electric Wiring of All Kind Telephones i Store 259-M, Bouse 74-3. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In room 35. Miles building. Offloe hours, 0 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 tiromptly day or night. An up-to-date ambulance In connection. , EAST BARRE, YT. Telephone 29-1. MERCHANT TAILORING I Also Cleaning, Pressing i and Repairing j MOORE & OWENS, 122 North Main St, Barre, Vt RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for U occasions. Latest and mast pvpulao music. Telephone - - 342-21 The Barre Qpera House DANCE Orchestra CONCERT Edwin W. Bruce, Director ' and Manager ' 25 Nelaos St. Telephone 422.12 Piano Tuning Regulatlmg. Repairing;, etc All wark guaraateed i Orders may be left at the Times offloe. CLARK & McMaSTER PIASO CO. P. O. Box 48. Tela, bents JjTyJ Uenteeller TO AT THE i n ii 11V AUCTIO 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 REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mas. Wikslow's Sooth i wo 6yof baa been used for over 8IXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES tie CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS, ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and is the best remedy for DIARRHOtA. It is ab solutely harmless. - Be auve and ask for " Mrs. WinaloWe Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Output for 1911, 29,356,736 Increase during the year 6,282,834. Factory at Manchester, N. H, lATENTS tSS8& RISES for patents. Patents secured through us advertised without charge. New mil of ln ventiona neeaed and noeaihiA buveea. "Hi..,. , inventors. " "Why eome Inventor fall." Book on patents. Send na rough sketch or model for search of Patent Gnloe raoorda and reoort on nat&tatji!itv Special agents la too oltlea and town, Mr. Greeley while Acting Commissioner of Patenta had foil cbu-ua lof U. S. Patent Office. GKEKLEV MrlKTlHK. iFaterat Attorneys, Washington, IJ. C. I JEWELRY i i i ta When YOU want a piece of artistic, guaranteed quality Jewelry, come in and see our i O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler. 200 Main St Sole Agency for "Boston American" in Barre, ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE .. . OF Personal Property AT AUCTION To close and settle an estate, I will sell at public auetiou to the highest bidder on Saturday, June 15, 1912 at 1 o'clock in the afternoon on the premises known as the Jonathan Perkins place in Montpeler, Vt., situated on the rood from Montpelier to East Montpe lier and about five minutes' walk from the Seminary hill car line, the following: One Light Concord Road Wagon in fine shape, only used a little, built by John II. Ryan, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1 top buggy, 1 other buggy, 1 1-horse lumber wagon, with box body and rack; 1 1-horse trav erse sled, hand made, high posts, tight body, all in excellent condition, 2 good sleighs, 1 1-horse mowing machine, spike tooth harrows, 2 work harnesses, 1 nearly new drive harness and some other harnesses, 2 genuine buffalo robes, well lined, color uufaded and in fine condition; horse blankets and halters, carpenters work bench and a lot of car penter's tools, chains, bars, hoes, forks, rakes and shovels; 2 coal heaters, 1 oil stove, . also 500 feet of spruce boards, planed matched and butted; 490 feet of spruce boards, planed; 420 feet of hem lock plank, 128 feet of spruce plank, 24 feet long; 614 feet of clear planed spruce boards, feet spruce joint, about 200 feet 1-inch spruce strips, 2 inches wide and 12 feet long, 300 feet of spruce 2x4, 12 and 14 feet long, and a miscellaneous lot of hard and soft wood lumber. This lumber is thoroughly seasoned and in first class condition. Also about six tons of nice early cut timothy hay. Sale positive, without reserve or limit. Terms at time of sale. E. R. DAVIS, Admr, Barre, Vt. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. j ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS m THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS FIRE Insurance Bates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies and five Mutual. Take your choice. Call and investigate. . Any competition met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. J. W. DILLON, I carl 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt HELP yourself to a bottle of good, old fashioned Ginger Ale, "the kind that father used to drink!" Keep a case of Langlois' Assorted Sodas on hand. 'Phone or postal to Langlois' Bottling Works brings it on the run. We use only purest ma terials to get that "smooth, rich taste. Give it a trial. F. W. LANGLOIS, 34 Granite St, Barre, Vt. Vermont Stats Hospital for the Insane Don D. Grout, M. D., Supt. The trustees of the Vermont Stats Hospital for the Insane, Waterbury, Vet mont, will receive bids up to and includ ing the evening of July I, 1012, to fur nish said hospital with a supply of gro ceries of various kinds, flour and mix feed, etc. All of the above to be deliv ered f. o. b. Waterbury, Vermont. Bids for all or any part of these sup plies are desired. Specifications for any or all of thesi" can be had by applying to Don D. Grout, Supt., to whom all communications should be addressed. D. D. BCRPITT, C. A. CALDF.RWOOD, DR. C. L. ERWTN, Trustees. Waterbury, Vt., June 6, 1912. i Administrator's Sale OF Real Estate AND Personal Property To close snd settle an estate, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Thursday, June 13th, 1912, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises known as the James M. Ham blin farm, situated in the town of Brook field, Vt, on the mad from East Brook field to Chelsea, four miles from East Brookfield and six miles from Chelae and five miles from East Randolph, the following real estate: THE SAID HAMSUN PARM which contains 100 acres of land, sinr- ably divided into tillage, pasture and! woaiiana; plenty ot hard and soft wood timber for farm. Good suitor and aonle orchards, grafted fruit. Good trout brook running through farm. Running spring water at house and bam. On R. F. I), and telephone lines. Tillaize land is smooth and easily cultivated. Good fair buildings. House 22 x 30 feet, with porch on south side and 43 x 20 feet woodshed attached. Barn 30 x 57 feet, with deep bays for hay. Shed connected with barn. 16 x 63 feet and corn barn 10 x 10 feet. This farm has been owned by the 1km blin family ever since it was first settled. Last owner lived on it 83 years and his father settled there when the land was wild. On account of advanced age of last owner the farm has not beeit carried on just as it ought to have been, but it is a good proposition for someone and a moneymaker for the right party m is wining to worK ana improve the same. PERSONAL PROPERTY Six Extra Good Young Jersey Cows that will fresh en most of them in October ami Novem ber; 1 horse, good worker snd driver; 2 shoatsj 28 nice young hens; 1-horse lumber wagon, with box body and hay racK; nuggy wagon and buckboarrt; 1 1-horse traverse sled, pung gled, hand sled and sleigh; 1 1-horse mowing ma chine and horse rake; plows, harrows, cultivator, land smoother, stone host, fanning mill, wheelbarrow, grindstone, work harness and drive harness; 1.000 feet of spruce, hemlock and bass lumber; 30 running cords of stove wood; 2 buffalo robes; carriage robe; some hay, corn fodder and straw; also 1 nearly new cream separator, with small farm tools, such as whifflctrees. eveners, hoes, forks, rak-cs, shovels, scythes and snaths, bar rels and lumber; carpenter's tools, 1 wood-turning lathe, planes, chisels, au gers, bits, saws, etc. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 1 ful chamber suite, odd beds, feather beds. pillows and bedding, chairs, tables, stands, mirrors, kitchen range and three oxner stoves, csiuron, brass and iron ket tles, churn and butter worker, wash tubs and wringer, crockery and tin ware ; lot of antiques, spinning wheel, flax wheel, reel, swifts and hetchel. with many articles not mentioned. Sale nosi tive. Everything must be sold without reserve or limit. Terms at time of sale. Lunch at noon. CLARK S. HALL, Administrator. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. NOTICE Kotiee is erehy given that my wife. Maude Tebbetta. has left my bed and oard and that I shall pay no billa or aeoianta contracted by her or ia her behalf, after thi date. KOHBBSI TEBBEm. Cabot, Vt., June 191X 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 Plainfield. For sale by DELL B. DWINELL East Calais, Vt DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS. The Democratic voters of the city of IHirre. . Vermont, are Hereby notified and warned to meet in caucus in Miles hall in said city on Tuesday, June 11, 1912, at 7:30 tt'clock . in the even ins to transact the following business, viz.: To elect a chairman and secretary of said caucus. -- - To elect eleven delegates and eleven alternates to the Democratic state con vention to be holden at the city of Montpelier, Vermont, on June 18, 1912. To elect eleven delegates and eleven alternates to the district convention of the second congressional district of Ver mont, which is to be ho!dt-n at the titv of Montpelier, Vermont, on June 18, IS? 12. To elect a Democratic city committee for the two years ensuing. To do any other proper business. Per order" of the Democratic city com mittee of tho city of Barre, Vermont. Dated at the city of Barre, Vermont, this 5th day of June. 1912.,. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one wayto cure deafness, and that ia by constitu tional remeaies. trainees ia cauaea oy an in flamed condition of the niiMxms llniug of tbe Eustachian Tube. When thla tube ia inHamcd you have a ramblinfr sound or Imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed Deafnesa ia the result, and unless the inflammation can be taksn nut and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearine will be destroyed forever; nine cases out ot ten are eaused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition, of the mucous surfaces. We will (rive one Hun-lred Dollars for any case of Ieaf neaa (cauaed by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall's Catarru Cure. Bend for circulars, free. r. 3. CHEVEY & CO, Toledo, O. Bold hy Dru(?icigta, 7So. lake Hall's family fills for constipation. ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Sections. "Guard'' Ridlon, who was struck by a train while attempting to cross the railroad tracks at Gorham, N. Jl., in his automobile, and was instantly killed, was in the meat business at Island Pond for a time. Arthur Tewksbury of Worcester was stricken with apoplexy sb he was sep arating the milk last night and lived but a few minutes. Mr. Tewksbury was born in Calais in 1840 and had always been a farmer. FOUR LINES TOR 25 CENTS The Times will publish Wants, Lost 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. FOE SALE, FOB SALE Ons driving harness; has bevel noed very Itttla. Inquire at i8 8oaiu slain ritreet. Telephone 377-M. 74M REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. The body of Miss Helen Smythe, who was drowned with lier brother and Miss Hazel Ellis, in St. Johnsbury on Me morial day, was found by a diver -Friday about half a mile below where the canoe upset. It was lodged on a snag in the center of the river. LEGAL NOTICES. ESTATK Of BErflF.it W. U1ULKY. STATE OK VKRMOST, 1 The Honorable Distriet of Washington, aa. ( Probate Court for tbe Platriot aforesaid : To all yeraona Inter ested in the estate of Mether W. Brniey, late of the City of Barre la said Uiaircl, deceased, Hreatiac : Whereas, said Court has assigned tbe 2.ith day of June next tor eaamln na; and allowioe tbe acoonnt of the Eiecutor of the estate ef aaid deceased, and far a further deoree ot the residue ol said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public aotiua thereof be Riven to all persons interested in aaid estate by pnhllshiD this order three weeks successively previous to th day assigned, in the barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at tne i;ity or Birrs in saia uistnct Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear at tne rrooata urace in amntpeiier in aaia District, oa tbe day asaijrned, then and there to eeateet the allowance of aaid account tf you see cause, aad to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to aaid residue. Uiven under my band, this Id Cay ef June, m FRANK J. M ATftlJf, Jadge. junes 11 18 Cunard Line Bosten -r Queesstown Liverpool Cailiaa; at Fishguard TKANCONIA, Jane It, July LA COMA. June !5, July 23 Saloon IM.50. Rtcond Cabin S.32.60 and upwards. New York FIshggard Liverpool M Al'KKTASI A, Juse 11 Lt BITAMA, June IS New York Mediterranean Si." O HA, June n IMXXOXIa, June 20 Montreal Quebec Sotithampten ASCANI A, June K AUSONI A. July 6 One a lass ( II. ) only. For Later failings and Information Travellers' Cheqsas Tours TDreagb Kates te Alt Points, apply to 136 STATE STREET - BOSTON r local agents: N. B. Ballard, Miles Block, Barre.Vt; S. 8. Ballard, Lawrence Building, Moatpelisr, V t. During the thunder storm last week Tuesday, a cow belonging to Charles May of Woodstock, which sought shel ter under a tree, was killed and a pair of horseg being driven in Plymouth by their owner, A. I). Messer, "were both struck by a bolt of lightning and killed. Mr. Messer was uninjured. Large numbers of caterpillars are ap pearing near St. Albans, particularly about the shores f Lake Chsmplain. Their work has already made itself no ticeable, according to report in that sec tion, many trees having been stripped Of their foliage. Jlo the west, particu larly in the section about Ottawa, re- FOR SALE Seven-room cottage, with large garden: Dlentv of fruit trees: eoua nen House. All in good repair. Apply at u. 63 t'ieavant street. FARM FOR SALE A 160-ncra farm for sale, known as the L. E. Walbridgtt farm, aitoated ia tbe south part of Cabot, three miles from Cabot village, iturai Free bellverv. Koa'n No. I. Good boildlliira. House neany new. Lrgo barn with two Hours and basement. Itilnnmc water. Nearly bard wood lumber enough to pay for the farm. Fif teen hundred dollars buy It. if sold before having. Bald farm must be sold to close the estate. Inquire of K. D. Waldo, Administrator. Cabot. Vt 7tl FOB SALE Kleven desirable building lots In Barre city, on Lewis, Valley and (Spring streets. Inquire t Joseph Leno. Telephone 873-W, Montpelier. 73tU A 140-ACRE INTERVALE PARM Only (3500. Easy Terms One of the best farms in New Hampshire. Forty acres smooth, levul, intervale fields cut forty tons of hay in addition to the cultivated crops. Excellent corn and potato land j brook -watered pasture for ten cowaj KsMi cords of wood; lot of timber; 4oo large sugar maples; "to bearing apple trees, other fruit; best garden In town. Only one mile to village, store, church, etc. Two-story ten-room house; barn 60xWS feet; 60-foot poultry bouse, other buildings; telephone; daily mail delivery. It adjoins a wealthy woman's $20,000 estate. Owner unable to work, forced so close out at once. If tiiken now, only :!, on easy terms. Present owner baa mane big money delivering butter, epgs and poultry to regular customors and raising potatoes, apples, fat steers, hogs and lambs for market. A worker can pay for this farm and ports show large numbers of the worms. Intake himself Independent in a short time. r 6 j Address F. M, K., box U, Barre, Vt. 2tf FOR SALE. The dwelling house of Harmon S. EI dred in Sheldon caught fire last week from a torch of rags saturated with ker osene, used to burn worms' nests near the house. A piece of the rag became detached and fell ypon the roof. The shingles were nearly all burned oft before neighbors were able to extinguish the flalnei, and the loss waB about $200, covered by insurance. HOUSE on Franklin Street for sale, t'p to date in everv particular. Seven rooms; al hard-wood finish. Large lot. Aa the owner is about to leave town, will sell at a sacrifice. 57 Hugh Keefe, who has three times es caped from the state hospital for the insane since he was confined there for observation, and was located snd re turned to the institution the last time only lafi week, has been taken back to Rutland, where he was found and where his home is, to again see his mother, who is at the point of death. This was done on the order of Governor Mead. The wafer in l-ake Champlain is now higher than ever know n to be at this sea sou of the year in the memory of the oldest lake man. Friday it measured six feet and four inches above low water mark, while a year ago it was only three feet four inches. The high water is mak ing all kind of trouble for the boat men, not the least of these being the diffi culty of loading automobiles onto the Loats from, the lower wharfs. . WHITE STAR LINE BOSTON QUEENSTOWK LIVERPOOL Cymric. June ts Arabic July 3 Oae Ciaaa Cabin Service (U) Office, 84 State Street, Boston, Mass. Or apply t local agents 11th Street T A University Place) One block west of Broadway NEW YORK CUT. Within easy walking distance from Whole sale and Retail Dry Goods Districts. Con veniently near Rallroud and Steamship Lines. The only modern absolutely fire proof tranalent hotel below 23d Street. 300 Rooms, (200 with bath) RATES FRO1 SI .per DA V UPWARD Eatelletit Rtstsursnt and Csfe. Modems Pticaa. i 5end for free Illustrated tlulde and 4 Map of New York City. . In the case of Fletcher vs. Robinson, dentist, for alleged malpractice, there was a sudden ending in Hyde Park on friday, when J. v . Keumond, attorney for the defense, asked that the case be dismissed on the grounds that a uhvsi cian was nut qualified to testify in the case, he not having a knowhilge of den tistry. Several local physicians were to testitv and hence this motion. Hie court sustained the motion and the case goes to the supreme court. James White of South Manchester, Conn., was struck and instantly killed Saturday morning at the depot at -Brat- tleboro. According to report, the man was ejected from the Central Vermont train No. 87, connecting with the north bound morning sleeper No. 1 at Brat tleboro, for refusing to show his ticket. He was taken from the train about 10:20 o'clock. Ho had in his possession a tick et for an Ontario point and had a trunk check for the same point. Papers in his possession gave his name and address. It is thought Whit must have wan dered onto the tracks, where the acci dent occurred. HOCBE on North Seminary rooms; porch on front and aide. S1HG0.0U. Street. Six Will sell for 67 FOK RALE About one ton of choice bay. at am. E. K. Maxham. Backley Street. 731 f FOE SALE Top buggy In good condition. Price $as o:i. K. A. Lane, 24 Liberty Street Telephone 181-14. ' 7-tf TWO WAOON8 FOR SALK One onn-horV lumber wagon, and a top buggy. Both nearly new. For aale cheap Inquire ot A. L. N'oyea, 1G3 Washington Street. 71 W FOU SALE On account of ill health, I will sell my express i ulnes from Barre to Gran iteviile, with three mules. Plenty to do and good pay. W. W. iielvilie, Oranltevllle. TotlJ FOH SALE A goat, broken to operate a bob power. Also a bob power. Telephone 95-13. FOR SALE Pigs and ahoats. I will also da butchering. Len Batcbeldcr. . Telephone call, Uti7 M. - 61tf SHINGLE MACHINE FOB BALK New and cost ua. Will aell for f'AM. Capacity about i-.uou per day. Apply to or aaureaa a, S. Clara, West topsham, Vt. StlO PYROX A prepared Bordeaux mixture, con taining aufiioient arsenate of lead to make a perfect protection from potato blight and bugs The correct spray for fruit trees. Sold by A. W. ALLEN : : AVCKIIL MILLS HARD GREASE For your grease cups where grease ia used. Lasts longer on bearings than oil and is much cheaper to use. Try it at ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt. TO RENT TO RENT An op-stairs, eight-room tene ment at 21 Howes Place. O. J. Howes. No. 370 North Mala Street. 7t TO RF.NT Jo Gordon Block, two well lighted! office rooms. Apply to J. W. Gordon. Tuts HOUSE, BARN AND HEN HOUSE and 12 acres of land about two miles from this city, on the road to W illiametown. You can own this right. bl HOCSE, BARN, HEN HOUSE, and about one and one half acres of good land on Mer chant Street. erv uleasantlv situated and an ideal place for party who wants an Inexpensive nome wiui lanu. rivs-rwia iiuubo 1,1 k,.u ronalr. Hen house is new. Plentv of fruit. You can make a living on this place; but if you want to work In the sheds a part of the time, this Is just what you have been looking for. Price SlSuO.OU. M LaROE LOT on Sheridan Street, about two minutes from Main Ktreet. t ery choice loca tion and will tie sold cheep. ti The D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency BARRE, VERMONT Frank Franzoni, the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Franzoni, was drowned in the bouse of correition pond i.orth of city park, Rutland, Friday aft ernoon. At the time of thp accident, the child was playing on a raft, in company with several other children. Among his playmates were his twin brother, Harry, his sister, Mamie, about nine years old, snd another little girl. According t a person who witnessed the accident, the boy tumbled from the raft when it was pbout ten feet from the shore. He made an effort to swim, but snk before bis playmates could obtain help. The child's bodv was recovered in six feet of water." FOR SALE A new bouse )nst completed, situated In a residential portion of the city, on Nelson Street. Beat of bin b finish with bard wood floors. Steam heat, batb. hot and eold water, set tuba and electric lights. It I a thoroughly built bouse. Back plaster. It Is located on a large lot and on nr anil, witnia twe minutes' walk of the car line. This is an Ideal proposition for one wanting a borne on eaiy terms. Harry C. Patterson. SOItf FOR SALE One large building lot o Pat tersea Street. Just the enet you want for a koine. Inquire ef Riehard Veal. ltf FOR SALE A modern granite plant, 180 feet long by 80 reet wide, geod for two gans of men; up to date in everv way and is centrally located on the Meatpeller and WelU River trark. The nrice la lew. Inquire of or address Sweenev Brotheis Granite Company, Mont pelier, Vt. "f HELP WANTED WANTED At once: a tirst-class barber. Pteadv 1ob and good wages to the right party. H. W." Johns, Nortbfleld, Vt. 73l WANTED Man and wife want work on a farm. Woman can do Ughl housekeeping; man wanta farm work. Address "Work," care of Times or inquire at office. 3tf WANTED A good, capable girl for general housework; one who eaa rook and take full charge. Inquire at No. U Academy Street, tonight, after seven o'clock- Ttl w . , . n,..M. wtman In iln irnhhln. and cleaning. Watjea, SI.00 per week: room and board. Lone season. Address "E. W. A ," Bretton Woods, N, H. 73t3 TO RENT A Boarding House on my quarry property, at Wood bury, Vt. Address E. R. Fletcher, Hardwick, Vt. 69 tS TO KENT Down-stairs tenement of Ave rooms. Inquire of Mrs. Stella Day, No. in Prospect Avenue. 6Ctf TO RENT Two tenements at 27 Branch Street; all modern conveniences Apply to Mrs. Forsyth, Brook Street. 62tf TENEMENT TO RENT-Six rooms, modern appliances. At 4 Harrington Avenue. Apply to C. W. Melcher. 66tt TO KENT Small tenement over a store. In A-t shape. Just right for a family ot two, at SI0.50 per month to the right parties. Smith Brothers, SCI North Main Street, Stf TO BENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few rooms, welt furnished; all modern improve menta; bot and cold water, bath. julalen Block. 17s North Main Street Sl)tf OFFICE FOR RENT In Wood Block, Ferry, Agent. TS North Mam Street. C M. SSTtf OFFICES TO KENT tp one tlleht. Twe large front connecting ofuoes. Inquire ef tbe Averlll Block Co., care of Times office. 7tf POULTRY. EOOS FOR HATCHING From Vermont's Best Barred Plymouth Rocks. Cocker-I and pullet matings Irom my wlnninit exhibition stock; also from utility pens; also eggs front best pen yoang and old competing at Mont peiieracd St. Albans shows. Eggs after June 1st, half price. M-nil for mating list. Apply to WILLIAM SCOTT, Falrmount Foul try Farm. Barre. Vt. 2tf EGGS rOR HATCHING Columbian Wyan dottes. Hawkins and Keating strain; good, general purpose fowl. Price : $1.00 for fifteen j 1.(50 for thirty. Infertile eegs replaced. Mrs, H. J. Carr. Barre, Vt, Telephone 3H3-13. utf EGGS FOR SALE Kellers trass White Or- pington eggs for batchlnc. Orders now booked. Mrs. N. A. Gordon, fil Hill Street, Barre, Vt. Uelephone 2H7-3. SSStC WANTED WANTEDA place as housekeeper, or work bv tbe dar. Address "A." Ill Elm Street, city. or eall after five o'clock. 7U4 WORK WANTED Auy klad of work, by tbe dav or hour. Address . Deforge, No. 5 Klver Street, city. 74tf timiknTS TEACHERS Anyone can make S3 to f 10 dally at nur healthful out-door worn, advertleing and distributing ismplea. Expe rience unnecessary. Whole or psrt time. D J. Maer. Sales Manager, T12 North Despiaines Mt. Chicago, lib 7"'i WANTED A capable girl for housework. Must le a good rook. Apply at enue to Mr. W. W. Pearee, I East Street. 73t- Young Dandy Lambert DESCRIPTION. Bay Stallion, with star, blBck points. Weight about 1000 pounds, very stylish stepper. His colts are of good size and very promising. PEDIGREE. Young Dandy Lambert was sired by Dandy Lambert, he bv Aristos, 2.274, by Daniel Lambert, by Ethan Allen, 2.254 by Black Hawk, by Sherman Morgan, by Justin Morgan. The dam of Dandy Lambert was Top sy, by Woodburn Pilot, by Pilot Jr.. by Pilot by Hawkins Horse, by Justin Mor gnn; 2nd dam by Churchill Horse, (his dam bv GifTord Morgan, by Woodburr, bv Justin Morgan.) Aristos' dam was Fannv Jackson, by Stonewall Jackson, bv Williamson's Black Hawk, by BlacK Hawk. The dam of Young Dandy Lambert is Volsung.2.21. bv Favorite Wi Ikes.' 2.24 Vs. by George Wilkes. 2:22, by Hamble tonian. Second dam was Volutla. by Abdallah Wilkes, .by Oorge Wilkes. Third dam Yolctte. by Yoitaire, by Tat tler, by Pilot. Jr., by" Pilot, by Hawkins Horse," by Justin Morgan. Fourth dam, a granddaughter ot Ethan Allen. Fifth dam by Ethan Allen. Fee in 1912, S10.00 To Warrant. ALL ACCIDENTS AT OWNER'S RISK Four bellboys are to divide $(1,000, the estate of Mrs. Hannah Dwight Green. The fortunate ones are Edwin .1. Green wood and Frank Dorgnn of Littleton, K. H.; A. Flinn of Woodstock, and George Holderburg of Boston. Mrs. Green was 81 years old when she died in a Springfield, Mass., sanatorium re cently, and her will was offered for pro bate at Ainanv, wnerc she always re sided. Tn the will, Mrs. Green speaks of the kindness and courtesv of the bovs and leaves her entire estate to them. Mrs. Green's nearest relatives were her nephews and nieces, the children of the late Mrs. Snmue! Bowks of Springfield, Mass. WANTED A hot snout sixteen years of age. to work on a farm (Milae'a flsi pond farm at F.aat OrsneeV Address Fred K. Cbamoers. West Topsham, Vt. "Us WANTED About June ISth, a capable girl or middle-aged lady tu assist la renerat home work. Good wages to the right party, Mrs. J. B. Wtlaon, vt uoiisvllle. N. H. G4tf WANTED Two men to work on a farm. Must be good aillkors God wages for goed help. U. H. Martin, Wlibamstown. Vt. 6Jit BOARD AND ROOMS TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At Wooablue," 87 Jefferson Street, "The SMtf WANTED. TO RENT A cottage house with all modern eonvenlennes, with garden and bea bouBe, Also would like a small barn. Wltbln city limit. Family of two. Address "Cottage." care of Times otBco. 73t W ANTED Old geese feather beds. Best cash prices paid. Address C F. Dtcklnaoa, General Delivery, Montpelier, Vt. 3tlo WANTED TO BUV One hundred shoau. Tenements to rent. A. Tomaei, Barre. estf LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. James Ahem. 11 Blackwell street. 47tf Stallion will stand at my stable on East Hill, Barre Town. The Vermont Slate Log Rolling asso ciation will be held in Morrisville, June 20, tbe main features of which will be the flights in a Baldwin aeroplane of Georire Schmitt of New York. Other attractions will be sports and races giv en between drills, music by the Morris ville Military band and a dance in the evening st which the Montpelier Mili tary band orchestra will furnish music. The speakers of tbe day will include Hon. Charles E. Whelan. supreme na tional lecturer, of Madison, Wis., A. O. Palmer, state deputy, of Burlington. Hon. E. W. Gibson of Rrattlpboro, for Morrisville camp. M. W. of A.. Hon. M. P. Maurice, for Morrisville, Hon. G. M. Powers. Hon. F. G. Fleetwood. Re duced railroad rates have been secured. NOTICE Roof repniring, new gravel roof, smoke stack and steeple painting. G. E. MEADER, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. VACUUM CLEANER . Anyone who is desiring the best Vac uum Cleaner that is on the market to day and which is fully guaranteed by the company to do as good work as any high-priced machine and gives you a chance to get one free for the small sum of $3.50, please call at 113 South Main street, city, for information, or tele phone 263-1. MANY GOING TO COLLEGE From Hartford High School's Record Class Graduating This Year. White River Junction. June 11. This is the closing week of the Hartford high school. Sunday the baccalaureate ser mon was delivered at the Methodist church by the pastor. Rev. S. H. Smith. Last night at assembly hall were held the class-day exercises, and a bust of Lowell was presented the school by the outgoing class. The class this year is the. largest to graduate, numbering 31. Miss Louise Dunbar is valedictorian and also com poser of the Hartford hieh school scne-. Quite a number of the graduates purpose NOTICE. This Is to live notice that I have given my sen, Nat Ratenelder, bis time for the remainder r his minority, and that I aball pay no more bills ot bis contracting nor claim any of hi earnings. A. A. BA 1CHELDE1U Plainfield, June S, 1912. FOR SALE One Sullivan Class W. H. 2 Compound BeU-driven Air Compressor, size 12 in. by TVs 'n- y in witn ful1 equipment, including one 6-inch unloading device with No. 3731 W connection, and ona Vertical Air Receiver 30 inches by 6 feet, with fittings. All in A-l condition, $500.00. One General Electrlo 60 H. P. induc tion Motor, good as new, $350.00. Four large surfacing machines, $35.00 each. One Lincoln Iron Wcrks Gang Saw, $500.00. A. J. MACE, Albany, N. Y. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND A sum of money at Granite Street crossing. Owner prove his right to It and pay chargea. Apply to erosalng-sigaal man. Uil FOUND A small gold pin. set In pearls, oa Keith Avenue, some little time ago. Inquire at the limes office. 73t'i LOST Some time ago, a Greek lettor sorority im. on WaalilngtoB or Main atresia. Will the lnder please return to the Times office? 7m II. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator Cltv and farm property. Timber land. Quarry land. Building lots. Tenements lor rent. Commissions reasonable. Rooms 4 and 5, Miles Blook Telephone 314-1 BARRE.VT. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE I will take ent automobile parties either by the day or tbe hour. Terms reasonable. A. H. N orris, Williams town. '11. connection. SOtt A Summer Cottage or Bungalow We offer a summer cottage of ihe bungalow type, located in the town of Danville on the shore of Lake St. Joseph, one mile from West Danville on the St. J. & L. C. R. R. Also on the main automobile road between Montpelier and St. Johnsbury. Distance is about 20 miles from Barre. The bungnlow has kitchen, dining room, sitting rooin and three sleeping rooms. Piazza eight feet wide and 70 feet long. Tho building is twenty feet from the water and has an elevation of fifteen feet. It is well shad ed. Good water, mail twice daily. Lot contains about one-half acre. Also one Glenwood range, one gasolene stove, dishes, chairs, tables and beds. One ncarlv new lrt-foot boat. One Iri-foot canoe. PRICE FOR ALL $650- INVESTIGATE. i BOYCE & ROBINSON - Real Estate Brokers ErADI FTeTllV entering college in the fall or continuing MlAjU A ViK tbeir gtU)ies in one way or another. aWxeaeaoaBaaaeBssssea