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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT., SATURDAY. JULY tt. IOIL'.
I
Poultry Netting and Staples
Wire Screen for doors, Garden Rakes,
( Wheelbarrows, Spading Forks, Hose,
. Ladders, Stepladders, Galvanized Wash
Tubs and Pails.
75c Inside Clothes-dryers for 50c, at
E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square
Pinna mad hr a frood architect help
to beautify our itreet and make the
housewife hannv. ThinK It over, c u.
Bugbee, room 18, Howland building. ,
RED CEDAR SHINGLES
EXTRA CLEARS
tight 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.
BUSINESS CARDS.
PIANO TUNING
Piano Tuning, Rebuilding, Polishing (dull
, or bright), Varnishing, Player Piano
i Work, Reed Organ Work.
Reference
Beared in the business with a family of piano
maker.
Served apprenticeship three years ana nine
. months Willi Benedict Bros., Piano. Manufact
urer!!. New York.
Eleven years tuner for A. I., Bailey's Mulc
Btes, Vermont aud New Hampshire.
Recent iuner and Piano Flayer Mechanio
with Kraft, Bates A Spencer, Piano Mamtfact-
lacturers, ucstun, Jiass.
rj-I am doing Independent tuning now and
vnTmake regular trips through this territory.
The best teachers In Vermont will teu you
about me.
W. J. GIBBS
F, O. Box 118 Montpeller. Tt,
AT -CITY AUCTION ROOMS
SPECIALTY HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE
New lot of Iron and Brass Beds. Mattresses, Pillows, Drassera,
Chiffonierea, Ruga and Art Squares for sale) cheap for cash.
Come in and get a ticket for the prize.
AUCTION
ERNEST H. BANCROFT, -M. U C,
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Crtduafe Cbicaga Veterinary Collejj '
K. X. Telepheae, Ml-11
Alt lb People's Lino
Office) and Hospital, South Barrb
GAEL 0. PERKINS ,
Electrical Engineer a Contractor
Electric Fixtures and Supplies -.
Electric Wiring of AS Kinds
199 North Main St. Bane, Vt
Telephones i Store S59-M, House 741.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office in room 35. Miles building. Office
hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1:39 to 4
p. m Monday, Tuesday, Thursday aad
Friday. - Telephone connection.
M. J. WHITCOMB
Licensed Embalmer
Calls answered promptly day or night.
An up-to-date ambulance in connection.
EAST BARRE, TT.
Telephone 229-1.
MERCHANT TAILORING
Also Cleaning, Pressing
and Repairing
MOORE A OWENS,
122 North Mala St, Burrs, Vt
RILEY'S ORCHESTRA
Music fr all occasions.
Latest aad most pepulac
music. v : -
Telephone - - - S42-21
The Barre Qpera House
DANCE Orchestra CONCERT
, Edwin W. Bruce, Director
, and Manager
25 Nelsoa St. Telephone 422-12
Piano Tuning
Re(rnla.tiBK, Repairing, etc
All werk gnaraateed
Orders may be left at the Times offloe,
CLARK & McMASTER PIANO CO.
P. O. Box 4S. Telephones w AlotHr
, REST AND HEALTH TO NIOIHtft ANO GHItD.
; Mas. Wwslow'i Boothiho Svaur b been
used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILB
TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It
BOOTH E8 the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS,
ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and
is the best remedy for DIARRHOIA. It is ab
solutely harmless. Be sure aud ask for " Mrs.
Winslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bot'le.
10c Cigar, factory output now at the
rate of thirty-five millions annually. By
far the largest selling brand of lOe Ci
gars in the world. Factory, Manches
ter, N. H.
ATENTS FORTUNES
I II IZESt for patents. Patents SMtirail thmnh n
' adteruetd Wltboat chares. New lists of In.
Vtllttone neeaed n1 nrtuH.l. hii,- fin..,.
Inventors." "ffhf Solue InTentors tall." Hnnk ,n
patents. Send n rough sketch or model for search
1 Of Patent Orhns records Hlrt rannrt nn natAnt-hilifw
Special agents in 600 elites and towns. Sir. Ureeley
wliile Acting Commissioner of Patents had full charge
iT. H. Patent Offlro. GKEELEY A MclNTIKE,
' eint Artn-r. Wn-Mngton. D. C.
-J
I
! JEWELRY
a
When YOU want a piece of !
artistic, guaranteed quality J
- Jewelry, come in and see our I
splendid display. j
O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler.
200 Main St Sole Agency for
"Boston American" in Barre.
I will sell at public auction at the
clay mill in North Clarendon, Vt., near
tho Parker bridge over Cold river, on
Saturday, July 20
at 2 o'clock p. 'in., the following de
scribed real and personal property!
First, the clay refining mill formerly
owned by the Clarendon Clay & Mining
Co., together with about five acres ot
land adjacent to said mill. Second, a
small lot of land abutting on the tracks
of the Rutland railroad at North Clar
endon statiorj, suitable for storage and
loading purposes. Third, a valuable wa
ter power right on Cold river, together
with the dam and flume now in use for
development of same. This power is
capable of much further development,
ana we own certain nowage and water
storage rights, which win also be sola.
Fourth, a valuable tract of standing
wood and timber on the north bank of
Cold river, being a part of the so-called
Bidgood farm. Fifth, all mining and
mineral rights in a tract of about 200
acres, more or less, lying on -both sides
of Cold river and known as the Bidgood
farm and the Jrvmg !pafford farm, to
gether with rights of way, dumpage,
etc., necessary for development of the
same. Sixth, all machinery, tools, uten
sils, appliances,, etc., in and about the
mill and shaft house on said prem
ises, comprising among other things
the following articles: Water wheel
1 left-hand 21-lneh horizontal Mc
Cormick water wheel in 4-4-foot
case, 7Vt steel supported on 10-inch x 25
I beams with draught tubs and feeder,
costing $1,010. Fan and heater 1 80
inch full housed steel plate fan con
taining 4-foot wheel; 1 heater of 8 sec
tions, containing 2,664 lineal feet of 1
inch pipe. All supplied by the Massa
chusetts Fan Co.. and costing $625.
Dryer I 6-foot diameter steel cylinder
dryer with drive, costing $900. F. , I',
pump 1 Gould Triplex 5-inrh x 8-inch
B. B. pump, easting $352, Filter press
1 30-inch 36 chamber Shriver filter press,
costing $512. Water pump 1 4-inch
Olens Falls rotary pump, costing S!)0.
Electrical 1 Xo. 8 Westmghouse 22
K. W, 250 v, 750 R. F. M. compound
generator with rheostat; 1 No. 2 6 H. P.
1465 R. P. M. motor; 1 switchboard with
fittings, costing $628. Mead Morrison
electrically driven cableway, complete,
costing $2,425. 1 50 H. P. boiler, locomo
tive type, costing $230. 1 gas engine,
6ti II. P., costing $230. 12 A. K. rack
cars for drying, costing $828. A. K. in
dustrial track, costing $310.60.
All of the above described property
must be sold for cash.
JOHN S. BUTTLES, Trustee.
E. C. FISH, Auctioneer.
AUCTION
Troup's Handy De&tn Book.
Cemetery photographs numbering 40
latest and different designs. Compiled
in a hnndy-sized book which slip con
veniently into the pocket. Can be seen
by calling at Truop's studio.
ABOUT THE STATE
Happenings of Interest From Dif
ferent Sections.
Theodore N. Vail of Tyndon has pre
sented to the Massachusetts institute
of technology what is , known as the
Drering library, the finest collection of
works on electricity in the world. The
library consists of 30,000 volumes, val
ued at $100,000. The late George Ed
ward Deering of England, who died at
the ago of 80, spent more than 40 years
in collecting the library.
William Pollard's farm house in Jer
icho was destroyed by fire Wednesday
morning. Mr. Follard arose at the usual
time, started the kitchen fire and went
for the cows, and upon his return he
found the upper part of the house in
flames, having caught, supposedly, from
the chimney in the attic The other
members ot the nousenom were unaware
of the fire until awakened by Mr. Pol
lard. Some of the household goods were
saved.
The Choice of a Husband
is too important a matter for a woman
to be handicapped by weakness, bid
blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill
hopes by taking Vt. King's Life Tills.
New strength, fine complexion, pure
breath, cheerful spirits things that win
men follow their use. Easy, safe, sure.
25o at the Red Cross Pharmacy.
Auction Sale
or-
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, dne 600-pound scale, grindstone,
buggy wagon, driving harness, wash
boiler, piano, 1 washing machine, 1 sit
ting room stove and pipe, 1 kitchen
stove and pipe. j
Terms made known at time of sale.
E. D. WALDO, Administrator.
J. S. LIVINGSTON, Auctioneer.
Cabot, July 1, 1912. :
Real Estate and
Personal Property
As we are leaving town, we will sell at
public auction to the highest
bidder, on
Tuesday, July 16, '12
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the
premises where we now live in Barre
Town, Vt., on tho east hill in the Win.
Mears neighborhood and about three
miles from Barre City, the following de
scribed real estate and personal prop
erty: -
Our Home Farm
consisting of from 60 to 70 acres of land,
suitably .divided. Thirty acres of it in
nice machine mowed fields, laying level
and free from stone. Farm will cut 30
to 40 tons of hay. , Nice fruit orchard,
wood and timber enough for farm. Good
IVa story fl-room h,use in fine shape.
Two good basement barns, rlapboarded
and painted. Running water at house
and barn. Three-fourths mile to school,
on R. F. D. and telephone lines, and only
three miles lo Harre I ltv. l his is a nice,
pleasant, money-making farm. I'resent
owner has occupied it ftl years. Come to
this sale if you are looking for a farm.
This one will suit you.
PERSONAL PROPERTY Eight nice
young cows, to freshen this fall and
early winter; . 2 2-year-old heifers; 1
2-year-old bull; 2 yearling heifers and
1 yearling Dull, line good larm norse
and 30 hens, 1 two-horse lumber wagon,
1 1-horse lumber Wagon, open buggy j
wagon, sleigh and pnng sleigh, 1 set of
dotible work harnesses, 1 single drive
harness, Deering mowing machine. Cham
pion horse rake, 2-horse cultivator, 1
horse cultivator, . plow, disk harrow,
smoothing harrow, corn planter, grind
stone, set of scales and cream separator,
with small tools such as chains, whittle
trees, hoes, forks, rakes, shovels, etc.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Consist
ing of 1 full chamber set, 3 beds, mat
tresses, springs, pillows and other bed
ding, 1 iron couch bed, dining table, 6
dining chairs, 4 cane seat chairs, 2 rock
ers, 2 center tables, 1 kitchen table, a
quantity of oil cloth, good kitchen range,
also crockery, iron, tin and wooden ware
and many articles not mentioned.
This is a good piece of resl estate and
a good clean lot of personal property,
and will be sold to the highest bidder,
as we mean business. Terms at time of
sale. Lunch at noon.
JOHN CALLOW,
MRS. JOHN GALLOW,
Owners.
D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Agents.
C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. "
Mra. Allen Rouse, formerly of Shel-
burne Farms but lately of Rye-on-the-Sound,
N. Y., with her' two children, was
drowned recently in lxng Island sound.
Mr. Rouse is chauffeur for Mr. Nichols
of the Standard Oil Co., and was out in
the automobile when the drowning took
place. Not finding his wife at home, he
went to look for her and the children
on the bench. He saw a dark object in
the distance, and on investigation dis
covered his wife, clasping the two chit-'
dren in her arms, all three dead, it m
supposed that one child fell in the water
from the rocks and the mother and other
child were drowned in trying to rescue
him.
There is more Catarrh tn this section of the
country than ail other diseases put together,
and until the last few rears was supposed to be
incurable. For a (treat many years doctors
fironounced it a local disease and prescribed
oeal remedies, and by constantly falling to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it in
curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore requires
constitutional treatmert. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured bv F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo,
Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the
market. It Is taken internally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonf ul. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any case it
falls to cure. Send for circulars and testi
monials Address : F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Hold by Druggists, 7Sc.
Take Hall's Family I'ills for constipation.
This season is far slower than the
slowest recorded in many years, so far
as the barge business along the lake
front is concerned. Thus far only 10
boats have been dropped off at Burling
ton with cargoes, and over one-third of
the time between the opening and clos
ing of navigation has elapsed., Only a
few years sgo, a season when 200 boats
did not put into Burlington was consid
ered exceptionally dull.
An attempt was m.-i to wreck the
new Montreal-Portland train at North
Troy Monday night, when the railroad
fie and a steel rail were placed acros
the track near the high bridge in that
village. A northbound freight hit the
obstruction without damage to the train,
thug saving a probable wreck of the fat
pa saengcjL train south a little later. No
clue to the parties who attempted the
wreck can be found.
Joseph Beaiichemin of Burlington, 14
years old, had a narrow escape from
drowning last Saturday off Booth's dock.
The lad with others "was in bathing.
when the water wings which Beaiiche
min used to assist him slipped to one
side and be went to the bottom. Ralph
Ready went to his assistance and was
caught and 'pulled down by the other.
Michael I roto, another ot the partv, suc
ceeded in rescuing both lads, after Boau
chemin had gone down twice.
Cunard Line
Boslen Queenslown Liverpool
Calling at Fishjuard
LACONIA. July 33, August 30
FBANCOSI A, August 8, September 1
Salooa SS2.S0. Bscond Cabin 152.50 and
upwards.
Hew York Flshgaard Liverpool
LCBITASIA, July 18
JJAUHKTAMA. July 34
New York Mediterranean
CARPATUIA. July IS
BAXOMA, August t
Montreal Quebec Southampton
ASCARIA, August I AU80N1 A. August 17
One elass (II.) only.
For Later Sailings aad Information
Travellers' Cheques Tours-
Through Kates t All Foints, apply to
10 STATE STREET - - BOSTON
r local agents: N. B. Halisrd, Miles Block,
Barre, Vt; a. 8. Ballard, Lawreace Building,
Moatpelier, Vt.
FOUB LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Timjs will publish Wacta, Lost
and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. abort
advertisements at the rate of four lines
for twenty-five cents for the first inser
tion and five cents for each aubscquent
insertion.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Big Producing Farm, Equipped
125 acres, estimated to cut 1000 oords of wood.
200.000 ffet of spruce, f urar orchard of 10UO
trees; luu apple trees and other fruits; M acres
machine-worked fields; brook-watered pasture.
If tken immediately, a pair of steers, three
cows, two yearlings, calves, poultry, farm
machinery, erops and equipment included by
aged owner. Price only i;oo, half cash.
For travelling instructions to seo this won
derful bargain and another of ia3 acres for only
$1000. see page 47 of our New Mammoth Farm
Catalogue No. an, Just out, copy free; illustrated
and tilled with a wonderful assortment of
monev-maklug farms; the stock snd machinery
Included with many to settle affairs quickly.
E. A. Btrout Farm Apencv, Station 2729, .No. H
Washington Street, Huston, Mass. , lOltl
FOR BALE OE TO MSN1' At onoe, to good
reliable party: a seven-room house with bain,
ben house and two acres f land. Garden all
Filanted. Fifteen minutes' walk from the car
Ine. Will rent ou reasonable terms for one
year or three years. Inquire at 7U North Main
Street.'
FOR BALK Or exchange for oity property:
100-acre farm in Calais. Vt., one mil from
Cnrtls Pond. Large quantity of wood acd
lumber; cats A No. 1 bay; all machine mow
lag. Good botldlogs. Inquire of George F.
Lackey. Telephone 305-M, Montpeller. 97 tf
FOR SALE.
FOR 8ALR Seven acres of hay on Averill
Terrace. Inquire of L. M. Averill, city. , ffttf
FOK SALE Cheap: Second-band furniture,
such as cook stoves, tables, chairs, dressers,
sideboards, roll lops, iron beds, springs, mat
tresses, canning jars, ref rixerators, eta Mr.
Fine, 4 Maple Ave. Telephone 244-12. t?ttje
FOR SALE Cabbage plants, fifty rente a
hundred; larsrer quantities cheaper. Danish
Ballbed. W. K. Corliss, East Street Tela,
phone 317-3. 9St4
FOR SALE One Smith Premier typewriter.
In good condition, cbesp. Inqaireat Nos. 11-IS
Howlaod Mluck. mi
FOR BALE One bsker, nearly new, cheap
Inqnirs at 14 Hill Streak WtS
FOR SALE Second-hand machines: on
rfrop-head Singer; one box-top Singer) on
shoe rrpair Singer; one tailoring machine;'
three New Home; two Whit; on Domestic;
on hand machine, C. W. Vancor, City Farm.
Telephone 419-11 SitiS
FOK 'SALE Good all-ronnd horse, a light
wagon and driving harness, together or Sep,
rately. C. W. Vancor, City Farm. Telephone
call, 419-11 . kfite
FOR SALE On Osborne mowlnr machine,
one two-horse wagon, two-inch axle. F. E.
Downing, Fast Barre, Vt Sfite
FOR SALE Four-weeks-old pigs.
Mortimer, Jr , Beckley Hill.
W. P.
no
FOR SALE A oottag bouse nn Cbureh St
Hard wood finish; all modern improvements.
For immediate sale, cheap. Apply at Nn. 1
Church Street, city. 96tf
WHITE STAR LINE
BOSTON QUEENST.WHLIVERP88L
Cymric. July to . Arabic, July 80
Oa Class Cabin Steamer (II) 5?, 50,
and np
Office, 84 State Street, Boston, Mass.
Or apply to local ageats
For Sale at Perry's
A GOOD TIME
TO BUY A FARM
No. MS US-acre farm for $1800.00. A one
man proposition and a bargain. Good land;
fond ouildings with a new roof; extra good
ences; plenty of water, fruit, etc. 'Jhls prop
erty is located in Williarostown, about live
miles from the village, near neighbors and
school. 1h farm will carry fifteen rows and
team and is easy to carry on. An eight-room
house; good barn. Hi is is a place on which
you can make money. tu
FOR BALE Fish market located in a good,
town and doing a nice business. Owner wishes
to class out and will sell everthtng, iaoiaUIng
tools, horse, rigs, safe and all equipment for
f Gull. Good reason lor sellinir. Better in Tea.
tigate. D. A. Perry Ileal Estate Agency. SJtf
FOR BALE On 11 0 launch, Jl-2 hors
power Loiter engine, together with boat bue.
Price (300.00, C. L. Bugbee. sottj
HAY FOR SALE Several tons of nice loot'
hay for sale at Hi 00 a ton. J. N.Perrln, Berlin.
N. E. Telephone 12-'ifc 64 tf
FOB BALE A goat, broken to aperate a bob1
power. Also a bob power. Telepho Jai-13.
estr
FOR SALE Pigs aad aboata. I will also do'
butchering, tea Batchelder. Telephone call.
MM. ' 61tf
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
No. S99 One mile from postofflce, stores, etc
A few rods from school. On rural free delivery
tine of the best in this section. All machine
work. Place will carry fifty head and team.
Two botisrs. One contains twfnty-two rooms
and Is flee for city boarders. Both houses are
in good condition. 15 acres of good land;
plenty of wood. This farm could lie divided
and used a two farms. Price 60UO.OU. 89
One hundred acres; good buildings; onlv
llViO.on. 1 he land is suitably divldrd. Plenty
of hard wood and soft wood for the farm. Good
sugar bush and plenty of grafted fruit, the
tillage land Ilea well and Is easy to till. Cuts a
good quality of hay. Ham is 67x30. Good,
comfortable house with porch. M ill sell on
easy terms or exchange for city property. S3
An attempt Is to be made to compel
the Connecticut Fiver Kumber company
to keep a passage open through its loif
drives lor the accommodation of exenr
in boats on the river between Brat
tleboro and Putney and for the operation
of the 100 or more power boats owned in
the vicinity, tor several weeks it has
been impossible for the excursion boats
to make a way through the logs.
The dnig store of O. L. Campbell in
Swanton was entered Tuesday night by
breaking; the lock, and $15 in cash and
about $.V) in cigars and cigarettes were
stolen.
NOTICE
Eoof repairing, new gravel roof, smoke
stack and steeple painting.
G. E. MEADER,
St. Johnsbury, Vermont,
How Do You Feel?
If you feel weak and languid, and trou-
bled with biliousness and indigestion, get
Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, the best lax
ative tonic. Any drug store at 25 cents;
liquid or tablets.
mm
T.aban Sprague Harding of Lowell, a
representative of that town in the leg
islature of 1802, died Wednesday of
heart failure. Mr. Harding was tj8 years
old. He was prominent in town, county
and state affairs.
Henry Riley, who had been repairing
a fence on the land of D. X. Rice of
Granville, and was returning to his home
with Mr. Rice, fell as he was going down
a steep hill and struck his face on an
sxe which he was carrying, cutting a
bad gash in his forehead.
DON'T LET THE
HOT WEATHER
come along and find you unprepared for
it. The first requisite for coolness is an
eieetric fan. There is where we shine,
for we have them of all ies, for the
smallest room or largest office. Elec
trical supplies of every description can
be purchased of us, and we think you
will find our prices lower than at most
places.
Barre Electric Co.,
13S North Mala Street, Wheelock EUck,
Telephone 98-W
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
had an experience of from 25
to 100 years.
J. W. DILLON,
$ and 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt
NO CHANGE OF CARS
Montpelier & Wells River
Railroad
THROUGH PASSENGER SERVICE BETWEEN BARRE, MONTPELIER,
AND BOSTON. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Through Coach leaving Barre at 7:0s a. m., Montpelier 7 Ms a. m,
arriving in Boston at 4:15 p. m.
Parlor Car leaving Barre at 12:25, and Montpelier at 1:10 p. n.,
arriving in Boston at 7:52 p. m.
DAILY SERVICE.
Pullman Sleeping Car leaving Bane at 9:30, Montpelier at 10:03
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. mdaily, except Sunday, arriving at Mont
pelier at 5:20, and Barre 5: 48 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.
Hon. Frank Flumley of Xorthfield has
been appointed by IVesident Tsft one
01 the representatives to the interna
tional arbitration meeting at Geneva,
Switzerland, in September. Mr. Plum ley
was appointed representative to the
sttme meeting last year, which was ti
have been hcjd in Home, but was post
poned on account of the war with Italy
and Turkey.
Smallpox has broken out in at least
eight different families in St. Johns
bury and several cases are recovering,
which have not been quarantined, ns the
local doctors thought they were chicken
pox and did not report them. All are
under strict quarantine now.
Three Albany boys, Glenn and Frank
Miles and Alfred Sweetjand, were seri
ously burned about the face and hands,
while preparing to fire an anvil, and
Glenn Miles' eves were also bdly
burned. A spark of fire fell into the bag
of powder which the boys carried and the
explosion followed.
V llth Street
7
A University Flace
On block west of Broadway
NEW I0RK CITY.
Within eay walking distance from Whole
sale and KetallDry Ooods Districts. Con
veniently near Railroad and Steamship
Lines. The only modern absolutely fire
proof transient hotel below 2 Id S treat.
JOO kooms. 1 200 with bath)
RATES FROfl l.-pcr DA V UPWARD
Lsccllcnt Restaurant soa Cafe. Moderate Prices.
i &cnd for free Illustrated Oulde and
Map ot New York City.
For an investment, we would be glad to show
you a fine two-tenement houe divided in the
t enter, in an CJtoellent location. Always rented.
Must be sold. Jho first person looking it over
will purchase. 80
Our Farm Catalogue are now ready
The D. A. Perry Rial Estate Agency
; 4 BARRE. VERMONT
LIBERATION NOTICE.
This is to give notice that I give my
son, James Gibson, his time for the bal
ance of his minority, and that I shall
claim none of his wages nor pay any
debt contracted by him on and after
this date.
MRS. CHRISTIAN GIBSON.
Barre, July 11, 1912.
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
Aldrich Alexander of Glover had the
ends of one forefinger and thumb so
badly injured by an explosion that both
had to be amputated at the first joint
Aldrich and his brother had dug the
power out of a dynamite cap to explode,
and when the latter touched it otr, Al
drich had the supposedly empty cap in
his lingers. 1 he explosion set on pow
der remaining in the cap, badly mangling
the thumb and lorennger that held it,
ESTATE OF CAROUSE ELIZABETH
ROBISBOti.
The undersigned, having been appointed by
(he Honorable Frobat Court for the District of
Washinitnn. Commissioners, to receive, ex
amine and adjust tn claims and demands of
all persons against the easate of Caiaila Fliza
totit HoUlason, la to of Marsh Held In said
District, deceased, and all claims exhibited
In offset thereto, hereby kit notloe that we
will meet tor the purpose aforesaid, at the
lwa Clerk's Oftlce in the low ot MarsbfUld
in said District, on the 6th day of August and
the 1il day of January neat, from I o'clock I'.M.
until 4 o'clock 1'. M., on ark of said days, and
that six months from tb d day nf Jtiir, A. D.
112, is tb time limited by said Court for said
credltois to present their claims to us for
examination and aUowano.
Dated at Marsh field, this llth day of July.
A. D. mil.
. edwin a. Thomas, i Commis-
OHVILLK D. COI.E, ( a iuner s.
Julyl3-30.JT
HOTJ8K FOR BALE A modern seven -room
I cottage at 2S Kelae Street. Only a few steps
I from tliel'trio car line an Washington Htrcet
' sad haarty to the big sheds on Batchelder
j Meadow. Lot la Itrre, with good-ird varden
I aad rom for barn or na home. This is good
preperty.oti a god street, and in a nice nrigh-
nornooa. in price is law.
WHEW TOU 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 RENT
JO KENT Cottage on Franklin Street, op
to rial la every particular; seyon rooms, all!
bard woo finish. Also tnrae r four furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Apply at No. "4
Konb slain btreet. SStf
TO RENT
J. W. Mcliols
l'p-stair tenement on Third St.
1'elephone i'il-i. Wtf
TO RKNT A tenement with barn on Brook-:
lyn Street Inquire of Georg a. Keed at City
Knglueer's eflks, city Hall, or at Jio. 34 Orange
Street. 82tf
to KENT A small shed; will roc from six
to ten men. Inquire of LeCiatr & MoNulty,
Kiarkwull Street 87tf
Baldwin.
luaulre of c R
8?tf
FOR SALE A sew bouse jaat temple led,
sltaated In a residential portlen of the city, on
Nelsoa Street. Best ef btnh flnisB with hard
wod floors. Steam heat, kath. hot and eeld
water, set tab and electrle Hints. It is a
thoroughly built house. Back plaster. It Is
located on a larg lot and ea dry soil, within
tw minutes' walk of the rar line. This is a
Ideal proposition for an wanting home on
eaiy terms. Harry C l'attersoa. txrcif
FOR SALE A modem traalt plait, ISO feet
leag by 60 feet wise, good far two gaags ot
mn; up Molts la every way and Is ceatrally
lecated the' Meatpellar and Well Rivsr
track. The oric Is lew. Iaqoire of or address
Sweenev Uretheis Sraalt Csmpany, Mont
peller, Vt to-.'tf
II. A. PHELPS
Real Estate Operator
City and farm property. Timber land.
Quarry land. Bnlldins lots. Tenements
for rent Commissions reasonable.
Roams 4 usl 5, Miles Black
Telephone 314-2, Baire, Vermont,
TO KENT Tenement of six tsou at No. 4
Harrington avenue. Modern appliances. Ap
ply to G W. Alelcher. tut .
TO RKNT An up-stalrs tenement at No. is
Bourn Main Ktreet. For particulars Inquire at
the Granite City Laundry. Site
TO RENT Tenement.
L. lomasi, Batr. Yt
Also butter for sal.
TO RKNT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few
roams, well furnished; all mdr lmprv-!
tnents; hat and col water, bath. Qalalaa
Slock, m North Mala Street - 40tf
HELP WANTED
SALESMAN to take orders for OFT Bat
Groceries. S30.00 Wbeklv. OtrrnT Fbbk.
Experience unnecessary. Standard Mercantile1
Company, 2M-46 Fast Ninth Street, Cleve-i
land, Ohio. 101 tie;
TO LET The job of cutting and ratting lal
the bar of oae aundred ton or mora ef hy.
Will pay a good price.
tow, Vt.
A. B. Alar tin Wlllama-
10 1M
WANTED
WANTED Pitlon by a trained nurse, by
the hour r day. Telephone 427-W. 6tS
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The taxpayers of the city of Barre
Vermont, are hereby notified that the
city taxes (including the state school
tax, state highway tax, and county taxt
for the year 1912 have been assessed
by the city council of the city of Barre,
and the, tax bills delivered to the city
treasurer for collection, to be paid to
said treasurer at his office in the city
hall, according to law, within thirty days,
viz., on or before August 10, 1912. Any
tsxeg remaining unpaid after the last
mentioned date (August IT), 1912), the
treasurer will issue his warrant against
each delinquent person for the collection
of such unpaid taxes, adding to each
unpaid tax five per cent, and ten cents
for warrant, which will be addressed and
delivered to the constable of said city to
be collected according to law. Office
hours, from 8 a. m. to noon and from
1:30 to 5 p. m. Monday and Saturday
evenings, 6:30 to 8 o'clock. '
Dated at the city of Barre this llth
day of July, A. D. 1012.
City Treasurer,
FSTATE OF RAYMOND GOKEY.
The undersigned, having been appointed by
tb Honotable Probate Court for Hi Diatrlol
of Washington. Commissioners, to reeelye. ex.
amine, and adjust the olalmt and demands of
all persons against the estats of Harmon Oo
ey. late of barre, Vermont. In said District,
deceased, and all claims exhibited 1 offset
thoieio, hereby give notice that w will meet
for the purpose aforesaid, at th horn of
Josspb Toadraau, N. S llawes Street, In tb
Ctly of Barr In ssid District, on the 27th day
ot July and the Sl day of December next,
from 11 o'clock A. M. until S o'clock P. M , oa
each of ssid days, and that six mornhs from
the Zlet oar or jure. a. l). mil, is the time
limited by said Court for said creditors to pre.
sent their olsims to u for examination and
aliowane.
Dated at the City of Barr this, Wlh day of
June, A. D. 101f.
PHILIBERT LEMAY, I Commls
JOSkl'H TONDHKAU, aloner.
July s-ll-
WANTED Bids for oarpenter work, to
finish off a barn late a taaement Everything
furnished. K. JU Densrnore, No. t Pleasant
Street, city. 9It5'
LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired.
James Ahsr. 11 Hlackweil street. 4"tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A blue serge oat, Suaday, between
Barre and Orange h-lghts. Will finder plrase
leave at the Times ffloe? loot!
LOST Wednesday night, between Bassstt
Street and Citr Park, a gentlemen's hors shoe
and whip stick pin. Finder please leav at
Times uiBee. He ward. leot';
LOST flionln bills on North Main or Wash
ington streets, or in Laud's or Vamrhsn's store.
Old lady in need of nv'tiOT. Will II oiler pleaae
return to the limes oflUe? :00t."
LOST A small red aad white cow abort
noma strayed away from my stable yeitorday
morning. F. A. Slayton, Harre. not
CANVASSINO AGENTS WANTED Biggest
commissions paid. Guaranteed hosiery, band-;
kercblois, ascktlss, kimonos. Best Miliar
plan offered. Tb Ulreet Hosiery Company, ll
South Street, Boston.
MAN WANTED-Th undersigned wants an
hnnest, ambitious man in each city and towai
wher not already sufficiently represented
Previous experience unnecessary. We Willi
teach you the business thoroughly by mall and
assist you to start In business for yourself ea.
oor loeal representative. Splendid opportunity
for a man without capital to gat lato a big
paying business for himself and to beoma
indepeadent for life. Tn National Co-operative
Realty Company, ClaS9 Mardeo Balldingj
Washitigtou, D. C. . :
WANTED Two flrit-elaes granite uttri
Steady job to tbe right me. Passer Brothers !
Wiliiamstown, Vt IfJOtt
WANTED Me for shoveling. Inquire of
F. A. Wittiam, Road Comaslssioaar, South.
Barr, Vt, Pstf
WANTED A man or man and wif to worM
on a farm. F. E. hambera. West Topsbam, e
apply at the Fuh Pond Farm la East Orange. 1
8t6S
WANTED Afew more men to look after one
business in oaoecopied territory. Poeitloa la
permanent; good pay. C R. Burr Si Cmpaayj
Nurserymen, Maaohester, Oonn.
9t
BAYS, GIRLS, MOTHKR9 Bloycle, wlrelej
set, camera, tent, sewing machine and fifty
other presents absolutely free. Send for ur
big fres eatalngue. G Wilson, M Mticbaat
Row, Boston, Mass. , St6
WANTED An Industrious man or grown
boy for baying. Apply to M. L. Tewne, Barre,
Telephone iH-6. 7tf
ESTATE OF RAYMOND GOKEY.
STATE OF VERMONT, I Th Honorable
District of Wsshington, as. ( Probate Court for
the District aforesaid: To tbe heirs and all
persons Interested In the estate of Rat maud
Goker. late of tbe City of Barr in ssid District,
deceased. Greeting :
Whereas, application hath been mad to this
oourt in writiug, by tbe Administratrix, Blanane
G"key. praying for license and authority to
sell all of the real estate of ssid deceased,
including th homestead right al th interest
or the wiilnw therein, representing to said
court that It would be beieflcial to the hairs
and all persons interested in the estate of said
deceased, to sell said real estate and convert
the same into money.
And bringing Into Cocrt tho consent and
approbation in writing, of all the heirs to said
estate residing 1 this State, and setting forth
tbe situation of tbe real estate.
Whereupon, the aaid Court eppotnted and
assigned th 93d day of July, 191'.', at th
rrooam umoe in aiontpeiter. in said vistuoi,
to hesr and decide anon said anu'lcation and
petition, and ordered pnhllo notice thereof to
be given to all persons interested therein, br
aublishing said order, together with tn time
and place of bearing, three weeks successively
in th Bait Dally Time, a newspaper which
circulates lh tbe neighborhood of those persoas
Interested ir. said estate, all of which publica
tions shall be previous to tb day asrlgnsd for
bearing.
Hiereror, you are hereby notified to appear
before said Court, at the time and place as-
signed, then and there In ssid Court to make
roar objections to the granting of such license,
f rou see cause.
Given under my hand at Montoeller. In said
District, this ttb day of July, 1912.
FRANK J, MARTIN, Judge
ja ly 19-20
FOCND A gold bracelet. Owner ean hav
same by proving prop-riy at tue Times oftlce
aad paying for this suvertisrment. luoti
LOST At tks bsnd concert last night, a
gold bracelet, carved en one side. Will Hinder
return to this ofnoe? Reward. 99tf
LOST An Eastern Star emblem pin, between
Maple Avenue and tb Dreamland Theatre.
Will flnuer pieate return to the Time office?
Reward. asts
I.OS f A small, whit Yorkshire Terrier dog.
Suitable reward for It return or information
as to Its whereabouts. John Ryan, Granlts
vtlle, Vt 9it3
POULTRY,
FOR SALE Fifty Bin Aadaluslan bens and
cocks, one yrar old. This lot includes all of my
best fall and winter eliow stock. Will sell in
lots of ton or more, to suit buyers. Also tw
Mlnnwood ranges, as good as new. Call and see.
Writ or telephone. Waiter Belvili, Gianite.
vlll, Vt 83(16'
BOARD AND ROOMS
TO RKNT I
21 Church Str
m
M
rh or without board, at
Pitkin. ait
TABLE BOAKi, j.VD ROOM8
Wsoablne," II Joffera Street
"The
KJtf
WANTED four or five god granit cotter1
on fine monumental work. Steady jo forfirst
classmen. 1C A. Bugb & Co. Still
COUNTER GIRL OR WOMAN wanted for
depot restaurant at Essex Junction, Vt 9ti
WANTED AT ONCK A table girl. Wages
f3.su. Th Clifford sfeuse, BetbeL ;tu
WANTED A first-class man to work on a
farm. Apply to Francis LUn, R. F. D. No.
Nw England telepbon 88S-S, 9tt
W ANTED To let job to cut and take car of
my hay ftwelve acres) two miles above East
Harre. Inquire of W. F. Smith, 47 Patters, n
Streat 86ti
WANTEI Two good me forraylng.
Si. 3o per day. K. K. Maxhani,
K. F. D. No. L McLean Farm.
Wage
P.alntield, Vt
tut
WANTED First-class graalt loiterer aad
euttar. Good position for th right man, in a
moKern np-lo-date retail shop. Address th
W. W. DutUn Co., Bcheneotady, N. Y. 93tte
WANTr D At once: man. married or single,
for general farming, uteady work and good
pay to right person State wages expected and
give references In first letter. Apply to B. W,
Barrett, Manager or n ainui nui arm, spring-
field, Vt ltl6
WANTED Tw men to work on a farm.
Must be rood milkers. Good wage for good
blp. II. H. Martin, Wllliamstowa. Vt. Mil
We O Her a Good Restaurant
- for immediate sale. It is well equipped, is doing and always
has done a good business.
It is beinp; Bold for no fault and offers a good opportunity
to engage in a profitable business.
BOYCE & ROBINSON - Real Estate Broken

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