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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT... SATURDAY. JULY 6. 1012.
Poultry Netting and Staples ' ' Wire Scresn 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 Sqoate Plant made by a good architect hetp to beautify our street and make the housewife happy. Think it over. C. L. Bugbee, room 18, Howland building. 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 Flainfield. For tale by DELL B. DWINELL East Calais, Vt. BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M.HC. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Criduili Chicaga Veterinary Col.'agJ N. E. Telephone, 3(1-11 Ale the reople'i Una OrncE and Hospital. South Barre ! GAEL G. PERKINS Electrical Engineer n Contractor Electric Fixtures and Supplies Electric Wiring of All Kinds : 199 Worth Main Stv Bam, Vt , Telephones t Store S50-M, House 74-1. i DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, I OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAlt Office In room 35. Miles building. Office hours, 8 a. m, to 12 m. and 1:30 to 4 p. m, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday tad Friday. Telephone connection. M. J. WHUCOMB Licensed Embalnicr 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, U North Mal,St., Barre, Vt RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music fr til occasions. Latest and most popular AT CITY AUCTION ROOMS SPECIALTY. HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE, New lot of Iron and Brass Beds, Mat tresses, Pillows, Dressers, Chiffoniers, Rugs and Art Squares for sale cheap for cash. Come in and get a ticket for the prize. ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Sections. There are 3,113 children of school age in Rutland as compared with 3,142 last year. Of this number 1,574 are girls. A freight train approaching Rutland from the east luesuay evening conned with a switch engine and five freight cars were demolished. The train crew- had a narrow escape. music. Telephone 342-21 The Barre Opera House IAKCE Orchestra CONCERT Sdwin W. Bruce, Director ' and Manager 85 Nelson St. Telephone. 422.12 Piano Tuning Regulating, Repairing, etc All werk guaranteed . Orders may be left at the Times oflioe. CLARK i McMASTER PIAN3 CO. STALLIONS "Coco" and "Nutrole," Two of the Beet in Vermont, Now Ready. "Coco," No. 61,576, seven years old March 18, 1012, bred in France, imported in 1907; fine action and good styles stands 16 hands high, weighs 1,500 pounds; color, bay, with star in fore head, with white hind feet; is one of the best, if not the best, draft stallions in J" ermont. "Nutrole," No. 46.1 6fl, bay stallion, foaled in 1007, bred by L, E. Brown of Delavan, 111., stands 16 hands high and weighs 1200; sire Parole," No. 12,672, record 2; 16, with 69 in list; dam "Erst," three in list; grand dam of "Vestale," 2:104, by "Nutwood," No. 600; second dam "Alpha, 2:23, dam with four la list, by "Alcantara"; third dam "Jessie Pepper," with four in list and grand dam of twelve others, by "Mambrino Chief," No. 11. Above will stand at stable of Frank N. Trow, Barre; terms, $15 to warrant. t. O. Sox 48. Telephones 1 1M-M I 182- W " -Montpelier REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mas. Wtnstow' Soothino Stoop ha btea tn,ed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for tbeir CHILDKEN WHIL8 T8KTHINO, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It 6OOTHE8 the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS. ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC and I the best remedy for DIARRHlEA. It i nt lolutely harmlea. Be ure and ask for ' Mrs. Winslow's Soothing; Syrup," and take ao other kind. Twenty-five cent a botUe. 10c Cigar, factory output now at the rate of thirty-five millions annually. By lar tne largest selling brand. of 10c Ci gars in the world. , Factory, Manches ter, N. H. , PRODUCE FORTUNES RIZKH for intent!!. Patent. wmrMI thrmvh n. ' advertised without charm. New ii.i. ni in ventions neftQMl nd DOMiIiI hnvn. "Mln,. A Inventor," "Why whim Inventor fall." Book on patent. Send us rough sketnh or model for March Bp! agents Li Soo eltle and town. Mr. Greeley wliile Acting Cotnmlfioner of Patent hud full charire of V. S. Patent OfBcc GHJKELKT A MclNTsBE, Z'atent Attorneys. Washington, I. C. Fjewelry" 1 When YOU want a piece of ! artistic, guaranteed quality I sieweiry, come in ana Bee our I t j:j .; , ! sptcauit uispiay. O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler. 200 Main St. Solo Agency for "Boston Americas" in Barre. AUCTION Real estate and personal property will be sold at the residence of the late L. E. Walbridge, South Cabot, Monday, July 22 d At 1 o'Clock P. M. The Home Farm consisting of about 140 acres. Florida property, consisting of a lot in village, five acres. Two fur robes, 1 cultivator, 1 set traverse sleds, one spring-tooth harrow,, one 600-pound scale, grindstone, hupgy wagon, driving harness, wash boiler, piano, 1 washing machine, 1 Bit ting room stove and pipe, 1 kitchen stove and pipe. Terms made known at time of sale. E. D. WALDO, Administrator. J. S. LIVINGSTON, Auctioneer. Cabot, July 1, 1912. One of the Joys of Outing The crowning pleasure of a day's outing is the uncrowning of a few bottles of our Soda Water at lunch time. It's the part that makes the trip a real success, OUR SODA WATER is made of the purest ingredients under the most sanitary conditions, and by men who thoroughly under stand the art of Soda Water making and bottling. It is a befitting drink for any occasion and should be in every home. Older a case to-day. Made in the following flavors: Cream. Lemon, Strawberry, Birch Beer, Ginger Ale, Nerve Tonic, Lemon Sour, Orange, garsaparilla, Hires' Root Beer. . F. W. LANG LOIS, 34 Granite St., Barre, Vt Telephone Connections. For May the operating revenues of the Rutland road were $302,291.20 and the operating expenses $217,R6.62, a net revenue of $84,404.31. For the five mouths ending with May 31. the net operating revenue was VMlfibH.Zi. Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts, aged 93 years, of Brandon, while the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Morton of !t. Albans, took her first ride on a trolley ear and her first ride in an automobile Tuesday. She greatly enjoyed the experience. Wallingford's second annual pageant opened Tuesday for a three days' per- tormance. mere were suu participants. The pageant was not presented for fi nancial cain but for the purpose of inculcating in the children of Walling ford a regard for historical event. Lionel De Creveeoeur, lineal descend ant of St. de Creveeoeur, the godfather of St. Johrsbury, has been invited to be the guest of the Commercial club during the pageant to lie giveu August 15, 16 and 1. lie is ft physician living in rans. A, K. Ray of Essex Center was severe ly injured Wednesday by falling from a ladder while painting a water tank in the mill yards at Winooski. A team which was paHsing struck the ladder and threw the painter to the ground. His ankle was dislocated and his face and shoulder badly bruised. Chip Woodward alias Tilton, received a sentence in Caledonia county court Monday of not lew than two and not more than five years in state prison for horse stealing. After Wing turned down by a liveryman, he calmly appropriated a horse and carriage he saw in the street, but wag soon overtaken. A man giving the name of Barney Paferson had a toe and a portion of one foot cut off by an outbound mixed train at Rutland Wednesday afternoon. He refused to tell how the accident hap pened, but it i euppo&ed he was trying to steal a ride and fell in such a way that several cars passed over his foot. At the Orleans county Republican con vention at Newport this week, the fol lowing ticket was nominated: Senators, K. C Blanchard of Newport; IL N. Da vis of Glover; assistant judges, F. M. Soars of irasourg; W. U. (.ilpm of Westfield ; judge of probate, R. W, Spear of Newport; states attorney, A. H. Grout of Newport; sheriff, E, .1. Hill of Newport; high bailiff, W. . Wakefield of North Trov. CASTOR! A For Infants and Children. Be Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Rev. Donald Eraser of Wells River, with his wife and daughter, sailed to day for Scotland. At the close of the Sunday evening service he was presented a purse of $100. . , There 1 more Catarrh in thl section of the country than all other diseases pat together, and until the last few rears was supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctor pronounced it a local dieae and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it In curable. Science ha proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Core, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken Internally in dose from 10 drop to a teaspoonf ul. It act directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system. They offer one hundred dollar for any case it fail to cure, bend for circulars and testi monial' Addres! F. J. CHENEY Sc Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Iruggiste, 7Sc. Take Hall' Family fill for constipation. FOUR LINES FOR 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. - REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. AT SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF VERMONT, WASHINGTON COUNTY. QUEBEC PRINCE THE WELL KNOWN CANADIAN STALLION with a record of over one hundred mares last season, will stand at Plain field from Saturday afternoon until Monday; at Washington, Tuesday evening; and Williamstowd at Nor man Pratt's, Thursday evening. Regular at Ludger Camire's, 152 South Main Street, Barre. Telephone Paquet Brothers, 232-M or226-l. Terms-to warrant, $12 MEN WANTED On Friday, June 7, a number of employes of the Boston Elevated Railway Company left their positions without notice and went on a strike, which now exists. These represented almost entirely the newer, younger, more inexperienced men. A large majority of the men, in cluding nearly all of the older, responsible men, remained with the company and have faithfully served it in operating its car service, which has been well maintained over its entire system. The company wants at once suitable experienced motormen and conductors to fill the places of men who have left the service, and offers attractive, permanent employment not only to these, but to other worthy persons who can qualify. For full information write r apply to Superintendent of Em ployment, 153 Milk street, Boston, Mass., ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS FIRE Insurance Bates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies and five Mutual. Take your choice. Call and investigate. ' Any competition met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. NO CHANGE OF CARS Montpelier & Wells River Railroad THROUGH PASSENGER SERVICE BETWEEN BARRE, MONTPELIER, AND BOSTON. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.. Through Coach leaving Barre at 7:05 a. m., Montpelier 7:45 a. m., arriving in Boston at 4:15 p. m. Parlor Car leaving Barre at 12:2$, and Montpelier at 1:10 p. m., arriving in Boston at. 7:52 p. m. DAILY SERVICE. Pullman Sleeping Car leaving Barre at 9:30, Montpelier at 10:01 p. m., arriving in Boston at 7:30 a, m. THROUGH PASSENGER SERVICE BETWEEN BOSTON, MONTPELIER, AND BARRE. First Class Coach, and Pullman Chair Car will leave Boston for Mont pelier and Barre at 10:00 a. m,, daily, except Sunday, arriving at Mont pelier at 5:20, and Barre 548 p. m., and a Pullman Sleeping Car for same points will leave Boston daily at 8:30 p. m., arriving at Montpelier at 7:30, and Barre at 7:58 a. m. ' J m I ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY TIMES Cunard Line gosten Queesstown Lfverpool Calliaf at Flakgaard FKANCONIA, July S, Au(ut LACOMA. July 23, August 10 Baloea f 93.SO. flecond Cabin t51.H0 sod upwards. Ntw York Fishgiard Liverposl LUtlTAMA, July 111 MAl'BKTANlA. July 23 New York- Mediterranean CARPATHIA, July 18 6AXONU, AufUitt Montreal Quebec Soulhampton AUSONIA, July S ASCANIA, August I On class (II.) only. For Later Sailing and Infornatlno Travellers' Cheques -Tours Through Bate t All Poiati, apply to 1SS STATE STREET - - BOSTON r total agcat : N. B. Ballard, Mile Block, Karre.Vt; a. a Ballard, Lawroe Bulldlag, Moatplir, Vt WHITE STAR LINE BOSTON QUEENST8WM LIVERPOOL Cymric. July IS Arablo, July SO Oa CIbm Cabin Steamer (II) S53, (so, and ap Office, 84 State Street, Boston, Mass. Or apply to local ageata J.W.DILLON, 3 a ad 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt J POR THE WARM MONTHS Electric Irons, five styles, Electric Teasters, Electric Hot .Water Cups, pint size, Electric Fans, 8 inch, ... Electric Fans, 12 inch, BARRE ELECTRIC CO. 135 North Main Street Telephone m-w Wheelock Building $2.75 to $5.00 2.00 1.50 9.00 14.50 V llthStreot w A Univoraity Place Ona block wet of Broadway NEW YORK COT. Within av walking distance from Whoie sale and Retail Dry Oood District. Con veniently near Railroad and Steamship Line. The only modern absolutely fire proof transient hotel below 23d Street 300 Rooms, (200 with bath) RATES f Ron Sl.-ner DAY UPWARD Excellent Rettaarent and Cafe. Moderate Prices. 5eod lor free Illustrated Oulde and -1 Map of New Vork City. Notice is hereby given that I hold an execution against 8. 1). Sibley, in favor of P. S. Prior, issued upon judgment ren dered by the Washington county court at Montpelier, within and for the county of Washington, at the March terra, 1912, thereof, tor the sum of $ 12S.72, and that execution has been extended upon the following deseribai property: llemg a. spring described as foliowsj Being the same spring of water and aqueduct deeded to S. I). Sibley by A. F. Sortwell of Cambridge, Mass., and Aro Aloree of city of Uarre, September 12, lwni, located on land which aaid ftort- well and Morae deeded to Frank K. Hailey September 1, A. D. 1909, and is the same spring of water which hereto fore supplied water to the farm ana buildings on the old Royal Gale farm, so called, and is also the same spring end aqueduct reserved by 8. I). Sibley in his assignment, being made to frank K. Bailey and recorded in volume 13, pg 391, of the land records of the city of Barre, together with the rights to enter upon the land ooi ?eyed to Frank K. Bailey as aforesaid, to maintain and repair said aqueduct ami spring. Also a piece of land bounded as fol lows; Commencing at the northeast corner of the land owned by H. W. Hooker on the easterly side of Fair View street; thence in an easterly direction on the northerly line of said Hooker's land to land now owned by the Barre Granite t Quarry company, and thence in a northerly direction on the westerly line of the said Barre Granite & Quarry com pany s land to land owned by E. J. Dun bar, to the northwest corner of the said Dunbar property, and the land belong ing to the estate of Ida Berkley. Thence m a westerly direction on a line made by extending the northerly line of the said Dunbar land in a westerly direction to a point where the easterly line of land belonging to S. D., Sibley, extending in a southerly direction, would cut the last mentioned bound. Thence in a straight line to the southeast corner of land be longing to the said S. D. Sibley; thence in a westerly direction to Fair View street; thence in a southerly direction and in a straight line to the place of beginning. Being the premises that J. B. Campbell conveyed to Silas 1). Sibley January 7 1W7, and recorded in book 14, page 379, of the land records of the city of liarrc, And it is the same premises that the said Silas It. Sibley conveyed to Albert A. Sargent by deed of June 18, 1908, and recorded in book 9. page 322, of said land records. And it is the same prem ises that the said Albert A. Sargent con veyed to Minnie K. Sibley by deed dated June 18, 1908, and recorded in book 9, page 323, of the land records of the said city of Barre. Also a piece of land containing about fifteen acres, lying and being on the southerly side of the right of way of the Central Vermont Railroad company, that was conveyed to Byron B. Jackson by H. O. Worthen by his administrator's deed, dated November 19, 1895, and re corded in book 3, page 212, of the land recordB of the city of Barre, Bnd Frances L. Jackson conveyed to said Byron B. Jackson by her deed of quit claim dated November 19. 1895, and recorded in book 3, page. 28, of the land records of the city of Barre, and that the said Byron B. Jackson conveyed to Silas B. Sibley the 9th dav of January, A. D. 1908. Notice is hereby further given that by virtue of said execution and by the di yection of S. Hollister Jackson, attorney for the creditors in said cause, unless said amount of said execution, costs and interest, together with my fees and legal charges thereon, is in the meantime sat isfied, I shall sell the above described properties, with the appurtenances there to, and with the said debtor's right to redeem the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of said execution, interest and costs thereon, at public auction to the highest bidder for the same, at the office of S. Hollister Jackson in the city of Barre on the 17th day of August, A. D. 1912, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to satisfy in whole or in part of said amount of said execution, costs and interest, to gether with my fees and legal charges thereon, as directed in said execution. Dated at city of Barre in the county of Washington this loth day of June, A. D. 1912 GEO. L. MORRIS, Deputy Sheriff. 300 Acres, Stock, Tools, Crops Wtr of oxen, cows, modern farm machinery, tools, etc., Included by aged owner for imme diate sale, katimated 30U,0u0 feet of timber, SOW) cords of wood. Sugar orchard of MOD trees ; 100 acres machine-worked fields, fcig brook watered pasture. Variety of fruit. 'I en-room painted bouse. Bunning spring water. Barns with tie-ups for 27 cow. On main road Just out from villa-. Fries only S2M, part cash, a wonderful bargain and a nig profit-paying farm. 'or details and travelling Instructions, see page 44, our Mew Maroinotti sarm catalogue No. 85. lust out. conv free: illustrated and filled with a wonderful assortment of money-making farms; the stock and machinery Included with many to settle affaire quickly. K. A. Btrout Jfarm Agency, Station 2W, to. 294 Washington Btreet, iioston, Mas. 9SU For Sale at Perry's A GOOD TIME TO BUY A FARM FOR SALE. HORSE FOR SALE I a ceod roadater and worker. Also a waton, harness and ilelith. Apply to John Shea, South Barre. 93i8 FOR HALE Flab market located In a oed town and doing a nice business. Owner wish to close out and will sail everthtng, iaelnulng tool, bone, rig. afe and all equipment for (G00. Good remou fer selling.- better inves tigate. I). A. ferry Heal Estate Agency. 9Jtf FOR SALE A rood second-hand beys' bi cycle. Inquire at the Time office. WW FOR SALE On Holstein cew, four year old and coed size, due to come la tbi week. J. Johnson, Webatervllla. 91tS FOR SALE One 310 lauaeh, 11-3 horse iner Lozier enfflne. together with boat beuae. rlue (300.00. C L Bugbee. Xllf HAY FOR SAT. K Several toes of nice loose' bay for sale at $18 00 a ton. J, N. ferric, Berlla. N. E. Telephone 812-Si. Mtf FOR BALK A goat, broken to operate a boh power. Also a bob power. Telephone 93 J-11. 6Stt FOR BALE Fit; aid (boat. I will also de buteherlng. Sen Batthelder. Telephone call. 367 M. 61tf AUTOMOBILE FOR H1RK I will earrr partie In my automobile, hi toe day or hour, at reasonable rate. 11. H. Fatah, 76 Washing ton Street. tWta No. 848 113-acre farm for $1800.00. A one man proposition and a bargain, (iood land: fond ouildings with a new roof; extra good tnces; plenty of ter, fruit, etc. 'Ihls prop erty is located in Willinristown, about five miles from the village, near neighbors and school, lb farm will carry fifteen cow and team and is easy to carry on. An eight-room bouse; good barn. Ihls is a place on which you can make money. 8 i No. 899 One mile from postofflce, stores, etc. I A few rods from school, on rural free delivery One of the beat in this section. All machine work. I'lace will carry fifty head and team. Two houses. One contains twenty-two rooms and is fin for city boarders. Both houses are in good condition. 175 acres of good land; plenty of wood. This farm could be divided and used a two farms. Frice tooo.oo. 89 On hundred acres; good buildings; only 11360.00. The land is auitably divided. Plenty of hard wood and soft wood for the farm. Good sugar bush and plenty of grafted fruit. The tillage land lies well and Is easy to till. Cuts a good quality of bay. Barn is 07x30. iood, comfortable bouse with porch. Will sell on esey terms or exchange for city property. 89 Let Us Spray and use Pyrox, or Arsenate of Lead, and buy the material and Sprayers (four row power barrel, knapsack or Simplex) from A. W. ALLEN : AVERILL MILLS WHEIC TOO WANT Good Livery Service Call at Arkley's Livery Transient teams given best of care A clean Waiting Room for ladies Corner Summer and Merchant Streets TO BENT TO RF.NT Store. Inquire of Mrs. O. B. Durkee, Ml North Main Street. 93 tf For an investment, we would be glad to show you a fine two-tenement house divided In the center, in an excellent location. Always rented. Must be sold. 'J lie first person looking it over will purchase. 89 Our Farm Catalogues are now ready The 0. A, Perry Real Estate Agency BARRE, VERMONT HOUWK FOR 81 LB A modern aevea-room cottage at 28 Nelsea Street. Only a few step from the elentrie ear llae on Washington Street and haady to the big sheds on Batchclder Meadow. Lt is iarre, with good-sized earden aad roeat for barn or ben bouse. This Is good preperty, on a good street, and in a nice neigh borhood. The prioe is low. Inquire of C S uaiawin. eu FOR SALE Three houses, or will exchange for farm preperty. Use bouse t rent. In quire of J. W. Magoen, 88 Scuta Mala Street, Barre, Vt. 7tl FOR SALE A new house jast completed, situated In a rssideatial portion of the cite, oa Nelson Street. Best ef bin h flnlsa wltk hard wood floor. Steam heat, batb, hot ad eeld water. t tub and electric Itekt. It is a thoroughly built house. Back plaster. It Is located on s larr lot and en dry soil, withta tw minutes' walk of the ear line. Tins Is aa Ideal rpoiltlo for e wanting a hem on easy term. Harry C. Fattersoa. 80?tf TO RKNT A down-stairs tenement of five rooms at St East Street. Inqulte at 83 Eastern Avenue. Tslepkone i45-M. Dltf TO RENT A tenement with barn oa Brook lyn Street. Inquire of Oeorge A. Reed at City Kngineer's office, Clly Hall, or at No, 34 Orange Street. 9Jtf TENEMKNT TO RKNT Cottage house of sevn room on Fortney Street. Inquire at 89 Pleasant Street, or write L. '. Fortney, Flain field, Vt. m STONE SHED TO RENT OR SELL Will give possession July 16th. Apply to Z. Maeohi Barre. 9tfi TO RENT A small shed; will run from six to ten men. Inquire of LeClalr a MoNulty, Blackwail Street 87tf TO RENT Tenement of six room at No. 4 Harrington Avenue. Modern appliances. Ap ply to C W. JHelclier. . 84t( TO RENT An np-atairs tetement at No. 48 South Main street. For particular laqulra at the Granite City Laundry. - S.tf TO RENT Tenement. A. Toroasl, Barre. V t, Also butter for sale. - Mtf TO RENT Iw tenements at n Branch Street; all modern conveniences. Apply to Mr. Forsyth, 8 Brook Street, 8"tf TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few roems, well furnished; ail tnedera Improve ments; hot and celd water, bath. Velalsn Block, 17J North Mala Street. 4tf -, FOR 8ALE A modern granite plant, 180 feet leag by to) feet wide, good fer two gaacs of men; np tedate in everyway and is eeatrally located ea the Meatpeiter and Wei It River track. The oriee 1 lw. Iaqnire of or address Sweeney Brothers flraalte Company, Mont. Vt pelier, nmf POULTRY. FOR SALE Fifty Blue Aadaluaian ben and cocks, one year old. This lot includes all of my best fall and winter show ttook. Will sell In lot of ten or more, to suit buyers. Also tw Olenwood ranees, a good a new. Call and see. Write or telephone. Walter Bolvllie, Gianite. vllle, Vt. 5tt6 EGGS FOR HATCHING From Vermont' Best Barred Plymouth Recks. Cockerel and pullet matings from my wlnnlnc exhibition stock; also from utility peas; also eggs from best per. yneag and old competing at Mont pelier aad St. Albans shewn. Eggs after June 1st, half price. Send for mating list. Apply to WILLIAM . BCOTT, Fatrmount Poul try Farm. Barre, Vt. 32tf OFFICES TO RENT Vp ea flight. Tw. large front ceanecttng offiee. laqulra ef the Averlll Bleck Co.. car of Time office. S7tf HELP WANTED SALESMAN Traveling; aalary and expenses er commission. Must be aetlve, eaerg etio and ambitious. A spleeaid opportunity. Former experlense net essential. Landmark Cigar Co. Denver, Fa. . 9Stl WANTED Man to travel In Vermont for Groceries, Candles, Jewelry, etc Hood pay and tailored auit or twenty-year gold watch la ninety daya. Experience unnecessary. J. f MoBrady & Co., Chicago. 111. 9Stt wntia STHR Slt.R KlaTMt White. Or. pington egg fer hatcblnr. Order now booked. Mr. Jk. A. t.oruen, ci jam street, atarro, vt. . i a rwer noc WANTED WORK WANTED An experienced boy, teea year old, wants place on a farm. Can milk. Inquire at the Times office. 92t3 POSITION WANTED Young Sweflsh girl wants position tcde general housework. Ad dress ''Swede Olrl," Time office. Wta WANTEO To hire: f9O0 on home in City of Barre, Vt, flood ecurityj no taxes. Addres Money," Barre Oally Time emee. vnt' MAN WANTED The undersigned want an honest, ambitious man In each city and town where not already sufficiently represented. Previous experience unnecessary. We will . teach you the liuioss thoroughly by mail and assist you to start In busines for yourself a , our leeal representative. Splendid pportnnity ; far a man without capital to get Into a big. laying busmes lor nimten ana to become nuenandent for life. Tne National Co-Oner- : ative Realty Company, C1289 Harden Building, waantngtou, u. cl BECOME A DETECTIVE Earn $l0 to 8W0 monthly, traveling. Splendid opportunities. . Send stamp for parti mar explaining every- ! thing. Writs Frederick Wagner, 1:48 Lexlng- ton Avenue, New York. tstl . CANVASSINft AOENTS WANTED Biggeat Commissions paid. Guaranteed hosiery, hand- kerchief, neoktles, kimonos. Best selling, plan offered. Tbe Direct Hosiery Company. It ' South Street, Boston. ( WANTED At one: middle-aged maa fer a, permanent position. Good par. Easy work. ' Heath & Company, Nurserymen, Manchester, j conn. 9te . WANTED Firs t-claa granite letterer and; cutter. Seed position for tbe right man, in a j mecero up-to-date retail shop. Address the, W. W. Dutten Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 3Mo ! LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. James Ansra, it aiackweu street- 47tf SHERIFF'S SALE Fire Insurance You may be next. Don't wait and be sorry. Insure now and be safe. Rates on Dwellings and Heusehold Furniture in Dwellings in Residential Districts: $500, five years - $4.75 $1000, five years, $7.50 Insure with Ballard Strong Companies Money " Sure Payment Prompt. Taken by virtue of an exeeutlon to me dl ed, ; fv m 8th day of July, A. D. 1910, at nine o'clock in iccted, and will be sold at public auction to satify said execution, a the law directs, on the the forenoon, in the highway in front of the K. H. Noyce Bakery on North Main Street, the following described property, to wit: Twenty-one Sacks of Flour m. J. SLAYTON, Deputy Sheriff. Dated at the City of Barre, Vermont, this 14th day of June, 191J. H. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator City and farm property. Timber land. Quarry land. Building lots. Tenements for rent. Comas lislons reasonable. Rooms 4 ant 5, Milan Blank Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont. W ANTED ramter for a pair of hone, at once. H. C Leonard. 91tf J WANTED At onoe t man, married or single, j for general farming. Steady work and good pay to right person. State wages expected and ! give reference in first letter. Apply to B. W. Barrett, Manager of Walnut Hill Farm, Spring field, Vt. - 91tl6 WANTED A eapsbln girl for general hens- . work. Apply at 16 Loeml Street, Montpelier,' Vt. Mrs. T. B. Phillip. Blue How Do You Feel? If you fee) weak and languid, and trou bled with biliousness and indigestion, got Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, the best lax ative tonic. Any drug store at 25 cents; liquid or tablets. COMMISSIONERS NOTICE. ESTATE OF RAYMOND GOKEY. Tb undersigned, having been appointed by tbe Honorable Probate Court for the District of Washington, Commissioner, to receive, ex amine, and adjust the claims and demands of all persons against the estate orHaymona Go sey, late ef Barre, Vermont, In asid District, deceased, and all elaloie eihltilted la offset thereto, berehy give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at thk hero of Joseph Tondreau, Ne. 3 Hawea Street, In the ctlv r ttsrr la said District, on tbe 27th dav of Jnly and the 21et day of Decern her next, from II o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M.. o each of said days, and that tlx month from Jb list day of June. A. D. 1812. I the time limited by aaln court for said creditor to pre. sent tbeir claim to us for examination and allowance. Dated at the City of Barre this 9th dav of June, A. D. 1911. FHILIBERT LEM AY. I Cammis JOsEFU TONDKEAC, 1 aionet. July 5-lS-IS NOTICE Roof repairing, new gravel roof, smoke stack and steeple painting. G. . MEADER, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. WANTED A good man for having. Good wages. Inquire of W. E. Flfleld, Wllliamstown. B. F. D. Ne. 2. 80t6 WANTED Two men t work oa a farm. Must be good milkers. Oeed wage for good help. H. H. Martin, Williamatown, VI. 3tf BOARD AND ROOMS TO RENT Two fnrnlshed room, with or without board. Inquire at iO Averlll St 3tf TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At "The Wood bine," 37 Jsfferse Street. Tint LOST AND FOUND LOST A yellow covered pocket-book. Party seen picking it up on Prospect Street will do well to return to this oflioe, or to Charles Fleuff. Reward. St3" Troup's Handy Desitn Book. Cemetery photographs numbering 40 latest and different designs. Compiled in a handy-si.ed. book which slips con veniently into the pocket. Can be seen by calling at Truop'a studio. ADVERTISE YOUR WAXTS IX THE TIMES AXD GET SURE RESULTS When Buying' a House why not see our list of over forty? These houses are located in every section of Barre, and most of them are genuine bargains. If we cannot offer you a better trade than you can get elsewhere, we will not expect your business. Yours for HONEST SERVICE AND STRAIGHT DEALING. BOYCE & ROBINSON - Real Estate Brokers j