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TIIK BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21. 1012.
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YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
By having your plumbing, heating,
and all job work, tin roofing and
I caves troughs done here. " ; . .. ;
Get prices on Andes Stoves and
Ranges.
E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square
CASTORS A
For Infant and Children.
Ttie Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the)
Bignatnrs of
How Do You Feel?
If you feel weak and languid, and troiv
bled with biliousness and indigestion, get
Baxter's Mandraka Bitters, the best lax
ative tonic. Any drug store at 25 cents;
liquid or tablets.
BUSINESS CARDS,
ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M, 0. C.
Veterinary Physician and Surgeoi
Lriduiii Chicagi Vtferinary Col.'ejt
i ' N. E. Talepbeae, Ml-It "
. . Also she Tuple's Lin
OrncE and Hospital. South Barre
CARL 0. PERKINS
Electrical Engineer "a Contractor
Eleetrle Fixtures and Supplies
Elect rie Wiring of All Kind
199 Berth Main St Barn, Vt
i Telephones! Store I59-M, Bouse 74-1.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office In room S3. Miles building. Offlne
hours, 0 a. ta. to 12 m. and 1:80 to 4
. m., Monday, Tuesday, k Thursday sad
Friday. Telephone connection.
M. J. WHITCOMB
Licensed Embalmer
Calls answered promptly day or night.
An up-to-date ambulance in connection,
EAST BARRE, VT.
Telephone 229-11.
MERCHANT TAILORING
Also Cleaning, Pressing
' and Repairing
MOORE & OWENS,
122 Worth Maim St, Barre, Tt
RILEY'S ORCHESTRA
Music for all occasions.
Latest and most popular
music.
Telephone - - 842-21
I Auction Announcement
By O. H. HALE, Auctioneer.
AH new goods will be sold at our new sales rooms, No. 118 North
Main street, which will be run as a household specialty store, where you
can get bargains at all times.
All second-hand goods will be sold at our old auction rooms, Fearl
street, where auction aales will be conducted from time to time, when
sales are required. 2
The Barre Opera House
DANCE Orchestra CONCERT
Edwin W. Bruce, Director
and Manager
, 25 Nelson St. ' Talophoai. 422.1 2
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AUD CHILD.
Mas. Wucslow Ooothiwu Svurr b been
ed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILH
TKKTHINO. with PERFECT SUCCESS. It
SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS,
ALLAYS all PAIN . CURES WIND COLIC and
to the best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It U ao
olutely harmless. Be rare and ask for " Mm
Winslow' Soothing Syrup," and take bo other
kind, Twenty-nvc cent a ootue.
10c Cigar, factory output now at the
rate of thirty-five milliona annually. By
far the largest selling brand of 10c Ci
gars in the world. Factory. Manches
ter, N. H.
ffiATENTS Ba
I J J RIMES lor patent. Patent secured through o
I adr ertlsed without charge, low list of u
I voa Hon needed and possible buyer. " H Int. te
I I nmntora," "WbreotnelnrwrtorsUU." Book oa
U patents. Sand oa rout h sketch or modal for search
of PaMnt Omee records and report on patentatxiitr.
Special aent la so altiea and town. Mr. Orsstey
wtul Aettnc Commissioner of Patent had mil chars
of D. 8. Patant Offlo. GREELEY A McINTIRK,
Patent Attorney.
Washington. D. C.
IL A. PHELPS
(Real Estate Operator
, City and farm property. Timber land.
Qaarry laid. Building lota. Tenements
iferreat. Comas issloas reasonable.
Keeme 4 til 5, MUee Bleak
(Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont.
ADVERTISE .YOUR
.WANTS IN THE
TIMES AND GET
SURE RESULTS
. 5
i JEWELRY
"1
e
I
When YOU want a piece of
artistic, guaranteed quality
Jewelry, come in and aee our
splendid display. ,
O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler.
S 200 Main St Sola Agency (oi f
I "Beaton American'' u Bans. I
FIRE
Insurance Rates
REDUCED
Seventeen old reliable Stock
Companies and fire Mutuals.
Take your choice. Call and
investigate. Any competition
met in companies that have
had an experience of from 25
to 100 years.
S an!
J. W. DILLON,
4 Bolster Block, Barre,
Vt
RED CEDAR SHINGLES
EXTRA CLEARS
rfaht from the Paeifle coast The best
roofing next to slate. Full count bunches.
Cost less and worth more than eastern
Cedar Shingies of same quality. A car
load just . unloaded at Plainfield., For
sale by
DELL B. DWINCLL
, East Calais, Vt
THE "HANDY LUNCH"
Is now ready for bnslnes, with up-te-d.t
cooking. Home-made pastry a specialty. Olve
us a all. H. Moras, Depot Square. IMtS
Fire Insurance
You may be next. Don't
wait and be sorry. Insure
now and be safe.
Rates on Dwellings and
Household 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.
THE LATEST AND
MOST COMPLETE
Wire Ui
and vre will
Wire You
Barre Electric Co.,
13S heft Main Street, Ws.tl.ck Hock,
Telepkone 98- W
No Other Set of Books With So Much
Up-to-Date Information in
Handy Form.
It was only a few years ago, in the
memory of our readers, that books were
all made by the hand process. The
type was set by hand, the presses were
fed by hand and all the binding was
done by the hand process. In these
days of improved machinery In all the
branches of manufacture, th book-mak
luff industry has kent un with the nro
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cession of progress and now book-making
is almost entirely done Dy machinerv
Everybody's Cyclopedia, which t The
Times is presenting to its readers, is a
sample of the finest machine-made books
The composition, presswork and binding
are all done by the latest process, hence
the publishers are enabled to supply the
immense demand created by the national
campaign of publicity.
This modern reference work is com
p'ete in five volumes, containing all that
is of value from a revision of the larpe
and 'cumbersome volumes sold on the
installment plan. It is a world'a cyclv
pedia of latest information and know!
edge.
Think of the value- of such a reference
wort tor tue oov or erl at school or
for the okler children that have out
grown the school aget and in fact for
everv member of the family, for all want
to proBTess and this complete set of
reference books means success to every
body that uses them.
Turn to the advance complimentary
coupon on another page and learn how
you may come into possession of all
this knowledge.
ABOUT THE STATE
Happening! of Interest From Dif.
' ferent' Sections.
The 14 fresh air children, who have
been entertained in Morrisville, have re
turned to Nw lork City.
The Village Improvement society of
Bristol has collected $100 for the pur
chase of a street sprinkler and will also
place a number of garbage cans on the
streets.
A boy belonging to a family of Finn
in Ludlow was dangerously injured Fri
clay by being kicked in the lace by
horse. He is 13 years of age and 1
recovery is not expected.
.William A. Ellis, who has been edit
ing the "History of Norwich University ,
ia soon to remove to -New York City,
where he is to be connected with a prom
incnt historical publishing company.
The Swanton Gun club has leased of
Miss Jennie Brennan, for the purpose of
duck hunting, for a period of five vears
the wood marsh ana mna around Dead
creek, with the privilege of a 10-year
lease or the same.
Henry Donelson, aged 14 years, and
Arthur Donelson, aged nine, of Poultney
have been sent to the state reform school
at Vergennes for the remainder of their
minority. They robbed three bouses i
the vicinity of their home.
Rev. B. S. Harmon, rector of St. Luke
Episcopal church at Fair Haven, who
Is in Europe, has resigned. Mr. Harmon
who will return to this county Septem
ber 1, win enter upon a three years
term in the monastery at Westport,
-N. 0.
Are Ever at War.
There are two things everlastingly at
war, joy and piles. But Bucklen'a Arnica
Salve will banish piles in any form. It
soon subdues the itching, irritation, in
flammation or swelling. It gives com
fort, invites joy. Greatest healer of
burns, boils, ulcers, euta, bruises, ecze
ma, scalds, pimples, skin eruptions. Only
23 cents at the Red Cross Pharmacy.
nev. j. rv. fuller has resigned as pas
tor of the Congregational church
Johnson, the resignation to take effect
fn October, air. Fullers health ia
poor he beleivea it best to relinquish his
duties as pastor, but will supply in dif
ferent plaoes. . i
There ia crying need of a, new hotel
in Dorset. The inn and Barrows house
are running to full capacity, and every
available room for the purpose in private
nomes is uum 10 cspaniy. ji is esti
mated that 300 people fro'm large cities
are there.
A large Knox touring car belonging
to Mr. A owe or iinosicK talis, Ji, i
was burned tip one day last wek near
North Pownal. Mr. Noble was taking
it to Bpringtield, Mass., for repairs. H
got out to change the adjustment of
the carbureter and in a moment the car
was in flames.
A pair of old shears, the kind in use
lfK) years ago, was found on the C. B.
Bullard farm in New Haven recently.
They are 10 inches long and one-eiglith
of an inch in thickness, hand made, and
badly eaten With rust. They were found
at tlie corner of an old barn which was
bm'lt over 60 years ago and where an
other barn stood previous to that time.
' All the employes of the Estey organ
shops in Brattleboro found last week
Wednesday evening it ticket to the ball
game with Northampton Thursday after
noon in their pay envelopes, ihe pro
prietors not ouiy consented to closing
their factory ihursday afternoon in or
der that their employes might attend
the game, but secured tickets for each
one of their employes. .
Treat
The Inner Man
He Is your best
friend.
Make him happy
with a glass of
Hire's Root Beer
Sold by the case
by
F. W. LANG LOIS,
34 Granite St, Barre, Vt
Telephone Connections.
Admistrator's Sale
OF
Real Estate and Personal Property
At the Residence of the Late A. E. Whit
comb of Washington, Vt.,
Saturday, August 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
STOCK One gray horse, extra good
roadster, 3 work horses, 2 cows, 1 year
ling heifer, 1 heifer calf, 2 shoats.
TOOLS Mowing machine, horse rake,
2 plows, 2 harrows, weeder, land roller,
stone boat, 2-horse lumber wagon with
i.ay rack, I cart, 2-norse sled, pung
aleign, 1 driving eieighs. 1 rubber-tir
and 1 steel-tire buggy, 2 expresa wag
ons, I trotting gig, pair work harnesses,
single work harness, pair driving har
nesses, 3 single driving harnesses, 2 sets
pulley blocks, corn sheller, some, lumber,
whiffietrees, neck yokes, chains, hoes,
forks, shovels, 2 drag rakes, hand rakea,
2 iron bars, 1 1 -horse power saw rig and
circular saw, 1 St. Albana grain separa
tor, 25 tons of hay, 23 hens, 15 chickens,
4 sharea stock in Wnshington Agricul
tural association, 1 aide, 1 double-barrel
shotgun, and other articles too numerous
to mention.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 1 aittinj
room stove, 1 Blue Flame oil atove (
burners), 1 oil beater, 1 white iron bed,
bedsteads, 2 feather beds, pillows, chif
fonier, extension table, 2 small tables,
couch, writing desk, folding steel couch,
chairs, carpet, crockery and enameled
ware and potted plants.
I will also offer for sale the farm, with
extra good house, barn, henhouse and 65
acres of nice land suitable for small
! dairy or market gardening, as it is early,
quick soil and near uranitevule, an extra
good market.
Also an 18-acre lumber lot in Wil
liamstown, covered with hard and soil
lumber. Terms at sale.
W. E. GRANGER, Admr.
H. S. DRURY, Auctioneer.
Industrial conditions are unusually
good in r wanton this season, the Bar
ney marble plant, the Robin Hood Am
munition company, the Webster Lumber
company and the Lapelle Poultry Food
company, the principal manufacturing
concerns, are being operated to capacity.
A new S40,lHH) school limine is being built
and there ia considerable repairing going
cn. Help la bard to get.
QUICK LUNCH CAR
SERVICE STARTED
Hungry Sit on Stoola at Counter on
. San Francisco-Los Angeles
Train.
San FVancisco, Aug.- XI. Built for
travellers of moderate means, the first
"lunch counter car" ever put into the
service by an American railroad wag
attached yesterday to trains running
from San Francisco to Loa Angelei.
The counter with etoole in front of
it stretches the length of the car. Meals
are served at all hours.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
Moittpelier & Wells River
Railroad
THROUGH PASSENGER SERVICE BETWEEN BARRE, M0NTPELIER,
AND BOSTON. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
7:0s a. m,, Montplier
7:45 a. m,
Through Coach leaving Barre at
arriving in Boston at 4:15 p. m. . -
Parlor Car leaving Barre at 12:25, and Montpelier at 1:10 p. kl,
arriving in Boston it ;:; p. m.
DAILY SERVICE. .
Pullman Sleeping Car leaving Barre at 9:30, Montpelier at 13:03
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. 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. arriving at Montpelier at
7:30, and Barre at 7:58 a. m.
Reliance Line
BLOWER ENSILAGE
CUTTER and ENGINE
"""it Both for $275
Latest and very important improve-provementa.
ENSILAGE CUTTERS, HAY
PRESSES, THRESHING MACHINES,
SILOS AND SILO-FILLING
MACHINERY.
WATER' SYSTEMS FOR COUNTRY
HOMES.
Write for Our Special Book D. W.
GASOLINE ENGINES
For All Purpoaes.
Catalogue D will give you full par
ticulars about both of these machines.
Write us or see C. E. Searles, our
general agent at Barre, or J. L.
Arklcy, Barre.
Bracket Shaw & Lunt Co.
Someriworth, N. H. Boston, Mass.
Flying Men Fall
victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles just like other people, with like
results in ' loss of appetite, backache,
nervousness, headache, and tired, listless,
run-down feeling. But there's 110 need
t feel like that, aa T. D. Peebles, Henry,
lenn., proved. "Six bottles of Electric
Bitters," he writes, "did more to give
me new strength and good appetite than
all other stomach remedies I used." So
they help everybody. It's folly to suffer
ween this great remedy will help you
from the first dose. Try it. Only 60
cents at the Red Cross Pharmacy.
. ESTATE OV ELI 8. MILLS
STATE OF VERMONT. I Th Honorable
District or Randolph ks ) Probate Court for
th Dt.iriot aforasaiil i To tba Aalra and all
roni Interested in the estate of HI! & Mills,
ate of Orang in laid Ui.triot, deoea.ed,
Greeting t
Whereas, application hatb been made to this
Court in writing, by 'Ihoina H. Cave, Jr Ad
ministrator of I'll 8. Mill's' eetate, praying tot
license and authority to sell all the real etste
of said deceased In this State, consisting of
various parcel described as follows :
Home 1'laoe, containing about twenty-five
acres of land, located in the towns of Oranae
and Topuham, in Oranpe County, Vermont.
A paroi ol land, wun mill and water priv
ileges, known as the "Chester Mills" saw-inill,
located in aa)d town oi orange.
dre
located in said town of Oranee.
A parcel of land, containing about one hun
dred acres, known as the "iiickey Mill Lot,"
and located in said town of Orange.
A parcel of land, containing about fifty acres,
known as the "Avery Lot," and located in said
town of Orange.
A Daroel of land, containing about twenty-
five acres, known as the 'Teas ley Lot," and
located In said town of Orange.
A parcel of land, containing- about fifty acres.
known as the "Sargent Lot," and located in
said town of Orange.
A parcel of land, containing about one hun
dred acres, known as the "Chubb Lot," sod
located in said town of Orange.
A narcelof land, containing; about fifty acres.
known as tiie "Charlotte Lot," and located In
saiu town oi urange.
A parcel of land, containing about one nun
red acres, known a the "Johnson Lot," and
(rlepresentlng la td Court that It wnuld b
tnahcUl t th blr and all n.rtou Interested
In ths estate of Mid dsosased. to sell sid real
estate ana convert the same into money.
And brlnalna Into Cenrt tthe oon.ent an
approbation in writing, of al tu belr tn said
eatat residing in tins stat. ana setting lortn
th situation of th real eitate.
whereupon, the said Court appointed and
aalirnd the 23d day of Angutt. 19111, at ths
rrobat Offlos in Cbeisea, In said Olstrlot, to
near and decide upon asm application ana peu
tioa, and ordered publlo notice thereof to tx
civsn to sll Dersons interested therein, or nub
llshlng sulil order together with the time and
place uf hearing-, three week successively tn
th Barr Dally Times, a newspaper which
circulate in th neighborhood of Uioee p.rsons
interested in said Mtate. sll of wbieh publica
tions shall be previous to th day assigned for
neanor.
Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear
osror Mid Court, at tne time and piao as
st-nd. tbsr- and there In said Court to maki
ur objeotlon to to granting oi sucn license.
too e causa.
Given under m baad at Chelsea, tn said
District, this eta day or August, ivta
OEOUQK L. STOW. Judg.
ang 7-li-51
NOTICE.
The selectmen of the town of Barre
have designated the following polling
places in said town. The central polling
place to be at East Barre opera house.
And additional polling places at Miles
hall, Granitcville, at the school building
in South Barre, and at the school build
ing in upper Websterville.
All voters should aee that their name
is on the check list at the polling place
where they wish to vote.
W. H. MILES.
, ' Town Clerk.
NOTICE
The board of civil authority of the
town of Barre will meet to revise the
check list to be used at the general elec
tion Tuesday, September 3, 1912, at th
following times and places: At the
schoolhouse in upper Websterville oa
Wednesday, Aug. 21; at the town clerk's
office, Saturday, Aug. 24; and at East
Barre opera house on Wednesday, Aug.
28, all of said meetings to open at 7
o'clock p. m.
W. H. MILES,
Town Clerk.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Times will publish Wants, LoU
and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short
advertisemenU at the rate of four lines
for twenty-five cents for the first Inser
tion and five eents for each aubsequent
Insertion.
FOR SALE.
COWS JTOK 8ALK-Tbre-year-ld helfr.
sold reasonably, lnutiire of D. A. ferry, at the
Bbepard tarm. 133H
FOR BALK Thirty-five thornuehbred Buff
Orplugtoo chickens, laqulr at 1(1 Washlar
ton Street, after four (v'oloofc. UUV
roll 8ALK A 1911 disk run-sbouf. For
particulars addles, or Inquire, lr. W. ri.
nuney, miuaiustown, Vt.
lmi
FOR SALE A good work horse, ehesp.
Weight about 1100 pounds. Inquire of Chrl
Cochran, Vlalnfluld, Vt. lMCtt
FO.t SALE Horse, buggy, ttoigb, harness
and robe. This horse I an ieepilonally rood
ladies' driver. Addr -A," care ef Times
office. M.'tf
1 OB SALE Two hardwood chamber t,
one oak din Ing-table, on small center table,
two laree chairs, rafrtgarator, on O'.enwood
range, In Pr. Lamb's tenement nous at Sin. 39
Bummer Street. J. C. Orlggs. . lanf
FOR RALE A work or driving nor; also
ecoad-hand wagons. Inquire at Fapia Bros.
Llvsry. nit
FOR SALE l'lgs sad shoat. 1 will also de
butchering, tea Batctaelder, Telephone call.
067 M. Mtf
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
ft
ESTATE OF BENJAMIN B. COOK.
STATE OF VERMONT. 1 Tt Honorable
Dtstrtot of Washington, (. I Probst Court for
the District aforesaid :
To all nersois 1 crested la th. estate of
Benjamin B. Coek, of th City f Barre in said
uisrict, itreeiinsx:
vt hrrea. application in writing natn been
insti vu vine tuuri iy tu. uartn-.fi ui neiijaiuii
B. Cook for license to deed to H illiam ft. 'isle
certain laud and premise of ssid Benjamin M
Cook, situated in Harre and described a follows.
to wit: Me Ing all the sam land and premise
deeded said X. B. Cook end a. Adsline Cook by
W illiam K. Oale and Luthera Oale by warranty
deed dated tne ibib day f Decern 'er, a. it.
I wis, and twin the asms land deeded H illiam
R.tiat bv Walter H.Unrrin and Kleanor (irirtln
bv warranty deed dated the 7tb dav of Decem
ber, A. D. and recorded in Book , Face 14
of Barre Land Hecnrdu: and said uardlan
renresentlns- that his said ward is under con
tract, binding at law and in equity, to deed said
land ana premises to tne saia n imam . uaie,
on compliance by the said W illiam H. Oale with
the condition of said contract, and further
rf.nrMjtnr.ln that rt rieeriinor aa aforessid. ths
assets in toe nana or earn busrnian win not nc
ao reduced as tn prevent a creditor of aald ward
from receiving bis whole debt nor diminish hi
dITidead. -
Whereupon, th ald Court appointed and
assigned the uth day of Angaat. 1913, at th
fro bat Office in Montpelier In aald Dtatnct,
to betr and decide upon Said application,
and ordered that publi notice thereof to be
given to all person Inures ted therein, by
publishing tbl. order tares week suoeeaaiveii
In th Bair Dally Times, a ntwsasper pub
lishes at the Cltv of Barr ta said District.
watch circulate in th neighborhood of tuo
p.rsons Interested ther.iaj all of which publi
cations sasli be previous to th tim appointed
for in a-aring.
Th.nfor, too are nereny notinea to appear
before .aid Court, at th tlm and place f ors-
ssld. then and there la aald Court to object
to tn granting ni sucn ueeno. it you ee cause.
Olr.n under my band at Montpelier la said
District, tkt Uto day ef Aogust, mis.
MARY J. CUTLER. Register.
ang 14-lrl-K
ESTATE OF RATTIE a SHEBBL'RIf.
TATE OF VERMONT. I Th Honorable
District uf Wsshloctoa, . f Probate Court for
tb District aforesaid: To the belr and all
perien in tore wd In th tal of Hsttls U
Khcrbarn. lata of th City ( Barr la aald
District. doeed. 6retin-:
Wbereas. application natn nn man to tni
court in writing, by th Eaeentor. Oramel H.
Rd, praying lor lloana ana euioority tu
Situated la th City of Barre la aid District,
representing to said eoart that It would be bea-
Octal t tae a.lrs ana an person iBMraawa in
tb .stats oi said aeseaeea. to u aia real
.stat and oonvart th ssme into monav.
And bringing Into court tno eaaaeat and
Darobatloa ia writing, of all th heir to (aid
..tat residing la this Stat, and setting forth
ID situation or to res. senti.
Wb.r.upon. th aald Caurt appointed ana
BMlgned thtb day of BepMrniwr, 113, at tb
Probata Orac In Montpelier, In .aid District,
to bear aad decide upon said aprjiloatloa aad
Ketltion, aad ordered public none th. rent to
e given to all persons Interested therein, bv
publishing said ardor, together with tbe tim
aad pises of hesrlng. thr.s week accesivly
In to vrre uany limes, a newspaper wnjca
circulat.a in th aaighbnrhood of tltos psrsoa
Interested In said estate, all of which publica
tion (hall be previout to the day as.lgn.d for
earing.
Therefor, jo ar hereby notified to appear
before ald Court, at th tlm. and place .-
saad. than and tb.r In (aid Court ta suits
our objection to tin granting or scca iiocns.
voueo.u.e.
Olren under my hand at Montpelier, tn said
District, tbl. SOib day ef Auguat, Ull
FRAME J. MARTIN, fudr.
ang Sl-2S-apt 4
ESTATE Or XMMA DCBKEE.
BTA1E OF VERMONT. I Tb HoaoraM
District of Washtr-gtoa, as. I Probata Court for
th District of W a.hlRgton. To all person, in
tereet.d In the aetata of Emma Durs.e, lata
tka City of Birrs in said District. decMs.d,
ireting i
At a probata Court, hoi dan at Montpelier.
Ithln and for aald District, on th 'tn day of
Aogoat, 1912, aa insuum.nt purporting to be
th last Will and Testament ol r.mtna Dura,
lata of th City of Barr tn aald District, d
ceaaad, wa prssent.d to the Court aforesaid,
far probate.
And It 1 ordered by said Court that tb Sth
day of September. 1919, at the Probata Office In
aid Montpelier. be assigned for proving said
Instrument: sad that aotioe thereof b. given
to all persons concerned, by publishing this
order three weeks successively in the Bsrrs
Daily Times, a newspaper circulating In that
vicinity, in said District, previous to th tim
appolntsd.
'iberefore. yon ar hereby notified to appear
before said Court, st th tlm aad place afore
said, aad ennteat tb probate at tald will. If
you nav cause.
Givan undar my baad at Montpelier, la said
Dlauiet, this Cth day of August, lall
FRAME J. MARTIN. Judge,
ang JS-I ept t
ESTATE OF JAMES A, THOMPSON.
STATE OF VERMONT. Tba HoaoraM
District of Washington, St. j Probata Court far
ths District afor.s.ld : To all p.rsons Interested
In th mum ef Jam. A. Thompson, 1st of tb
Tewn of Barr la said District, deeeaeed.
Greeting :
Whereas, said Court has aaslgnsd tbefth day of
September next for exsminln and allowing the
aooount of tbe Admlai.tr. tor of the estate ef
aald dcasd aad f.r a decree of tbe residue
ef said estate t. the lawful claimants of the
same, aad erdered that pablle notice thereof
be givea be all peraona intereated ta aald estate
by publishing this order three week, succes
sively prsvlons to the day ae.tjrnd, la the Barre
Daily Times, a aewspape'r pabltabed at the City
of Barre la .aid Distrlot.
Therefore, yen are hereby notified to appear
at the Probate Office in Montpelier la asid
District, en tbe dav astltned. then and there to
eon test the allowance of aald aeoonat If ynu aee
cause, aad to estanusa your ngnt as aeira,
legatee and lawful claimant to aaid residua.
Givea unaer my band, this Sth dsy of August,
tail.
FRASK . M ART1JT, Judg.
euf 7-tt-n
FOR RALE OR KENT Black at 107 Bonth
Main htreeu Store, teaemeol, barn and sued.
ilomer Flit.
FOR SALE My house at 90 N.lson Strict.
House new, all llalshart in red birch ; all modern
convenience i (team heat. Largs lot. a bar
gain for eomeone, a. I am leaving tbe city,
also household furniture at private .ale. Call
at botiae. 1 K. Lynhsrr, Ko. 30 Nation Street,
Barre. 123"
FOR BALE A cottage house on Church St
Hard wood finish: all modern Improvements.
r.r lnm.rli.ts all., abeao. A DDI If St N 16
Church Street, cut. ' 9Gtt
Binder Twine
Q t have a large stock of Twine
this year, both Standard and Pure)
Manilla. J Length and smooth- ,
ness guaranteed.
A. W. ALLEN : AVERILL MILLS
Hand Separator Oil
An extra fine grade of Separator
Oil at the lowest price. Also sup
plies for the Sharpies Tubular
Separator, at
ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt.
TO RENT
TO KENT Down-stairs tenement of five
rooms and woodshed, all modern convenience.,
at 24 Brook Street. Apply up stair. ltf
for Sale at Perry's
FARM with larg quantity of bard wood;
three mile from Barre city. One of our best
Esst Hill farms. Contains 1S5 acre of good
land, l'roduoes about seventy tons of hay and
will keep thirty head, summer and winter,
sugar orchard of WO maples, besides other
wood. Probably lOO.ooo feet of lumber (wood
snd lumber enough to pav for the farm ). Good
flfteea-room houi-e. Good barn. Near school.
In excellent neighborhood and a money-maker.
Price seoo.oo. owner might take house in this
city In part payment. Let u show you this
farm. ,139
Hotel in good village doing a nice business.
It will please you. 19
SEVEN-ROOM HOCSE AND BARN in the
northern part of tb city. Kiectrio lights;
bath: wide porch, etc. ihl is a verv nice
home and would rent readily. In good condi
tion. Price .low wiui gooa terms oi payment.
129
HOTTSE on North Seminary Street
six rooms. Must be sold at once.
Contains
I9
Tj REN T A good, warm tenement; very
plessant; six room; atabl it required. Will
be vacant September 1st. . Carlelon, No. it
Highland Avmue. 13Stf
TO RENT Seven-room cottag en Cedar fit.
Telephone 10I-1L mit
TO KENT Room In tb old city building
formerly occupied or the Pentecostal church.
Inquire ef the cltv property committee, Wil
liam Brown, William Ward and U MoLeod.
ltf
TO RENT AT ONCE House with two sores
of lead, barn and hen house; fruit tree. Ten
minutes' walk from car line, on the East Barre
road. Inquire of Mrs. H 8. Miles, 70 North
Main Street. 129U
STORE TO KENT
netti, Barr.
Apply to J.
B. Baa gul-
tatt
TO KENT Store In the Durkee Black. In
luire of Mrs. a. B. DnrSee, No. SMNorta Main
Street. l.Titf
TO RENT Rooms for light hou.ekeeplug;
all modern conveniences. B. fi. Currier, Ne. so
East Street. 121 If
TENEMENT TO KENT Six rooms, modern
appliances, oa Maple Avenue. Apply te C. W.
Melcher. ISltf
TENEMENT TO RENT At corner of Lsnrel
aad North Seminary stresu. Five room aad
bath, act and cold water, ciectuo lights. In
quire at 13 Maple Avenue, liltf
We have a bargain to offer on the electric ear
line between Barre and Montpelier. Larre
piece of land and house i all modern. 129
Ask for our INusfritid Farm Catalogue
The D. A. Perry Rial Estati Agincy
BARRE, VERMONT
TO RENT Offices In tb Wood Block.
Perry, Agent.
C M.
tmr
TO RENT Itnemant at IT Elm 8ttet. CM
Perry, Agent. lITtf
FOR BALK A new bou.e lat .emnleted.
(itnated In a ra.td.atla! portl.n of tb city, oa
Hel.ee Street, Best ef blrrh Sol. with hard
wood floor. Steam heat, bath, bet aad oeld
water, aet tube and eleetrle light. It is a
tborenrhty belli bou.e. Baok plaster. It It
located on a large let and ea dry sell, wltnia
two minutes' walk of the car line. Tb is is aa
Ideal prepoaitloa for eae wanting a hease en
easy term. Marry & Fatter.ee). SOttf
HELP WANTED
AGENTS New book telllngall about "Reese.
velt aad the Progressive Psrty." Knermeu
demaad. Complete book ready. One eample
free to every areot Higheat romwls.lna or
salary. Also Tltaal Disaster," wnite Hiave
Trade." and MM other. Write Immedlatelv fer
free outfit, latarnatioaai Bible House, Perry
BuUdlag, Philadelphia.
FEMALE HELP WANTED Ningkamten
N. Y., ba a.narclty of feanal help, aepenially
a the .hoe, skirt and box factor lea.. No labor
troubles, bat the city baa grew ao fast tbst
there are aot female operators enough to supply
the demaad. Geed peslnont parlDg from lit
per week ap are open to power machine un-r.
tors. Address Bingham ten Chamber ef Com
merce, Biagbamten, N. V. USUI
WANTED A machine polisher.
rorg a Sir lion, city.
Apply t
1319
WANTED A table girl, chamber girl aad
laundrv woman, at tbNrthflld House, North
field, Vt. WKf
WANTED A girl wanted for housework.
Waahlar and lroninr seat eut 1 Annlr to Dr.
K, L. Claavca, II 8 tats Street, Moatpell.r, Vt.
I09te
TO RENT Shed room. Inquire Mrs. Aanee
Williams, 7 A vrill Street. lITtf
TO BENT Two modern stores, N. r9 or I7t
North Main Street. Also a tenement ea River
Street. Inquire of John Cleary, e North Main
Btrset. . tlOtf
lO RENT An eight-room teaemenb Apply
te A. H. Butzeil, 3 l'.arl Btrset. toAf
TO BENT Six-room tenement at 79 Brook
street All modern convenience. H, t. Slay
ton. Telephone M2-W. lostf
TO RENT Cp-stalr Maam.nt oa Third St.
J. W. Nickels. Telephone 471-1.
9itf
lO KENT A .raall shed; will ran from sis
to ten men. Inquire of LeClalr X McKulty
Blackwall Street. 87if
TO KENT AT REASON ABLE TERMS A few
rooms, well furnisb.d; all medera Improve
ment; hot and cold water, bath, yuiil.n
Block, 17-J North Mala Street. - neMf
BOARD AND ROOMS
TO KENT Tarnished room; all re Oder
envnlnce.. Inquire at 17 Wellington Street,
Airs. McCasktit. l.-3tf
TO ItENT Fantl.hed roem furnace beat,
electric lights, eta.; wttn ur wlthoat board,
Inquire of Mrs. Maaea Pag. 39 Elm Street1
Barr, Vt, lStf
TO RENT Front room, with furnace heat
and ail modern convenience Rest L&0 per
wrek. Inquire at 4 West Street. JSTtf
BOARDERS WANTED Good rooms, with
bath, good board; two minutes' walk from the
electric cars. Apply to ICS Hill Street. ' ltf
TO KENT Keens with ar arithoat board, at
21 Cbarck Street. Mis. Pltkia. - astf
TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At "The
Weosbma," S7 Jeff.rsea Street, . ?att
WANTED Several machine hands en swing
aad rip saw, chucks, baokknlf lath., bapr.
to.; also bwaofe baad far setting np rbair.
Steady empier mens. Good ware. Ih Whit
River Cbair ce, Brattieooro, ii itn
WANTED Ta hire a rood man with f ami It.
te work oa farm aad In mill, mostly mill work,
(sawmill and bex enopv Pv per anoatb
and house rent. A teady job for the right
man. Dlx J. Camp. Poatofflce at Randolph
OcnMr.vt. KMidenoe, eetweea term ana ita.t
Randolph. Ut3
LADIES 1 Spare time work. Pay t to $7
a week. Outfit and amplta working Instruc
tion, ten cents. Holmes Msnufaeturing C.,
North Station, Providenee, K. 1. 131 tS
WANTED
WANTED Petitions tn d general bouse,
work by two Finland girls. Adnr HulM
Hakkaraiaea, Box !&, Onaitevtlra, Vt.. and
Eva Hill, Lock Box 14, Barre, V u lS2t3
WANTED A housekeeper on a farm. Must
be single and no children. Addrea P. O. Box
14, East Concord, VI lr-'""
WANTED A housekeeper. A middla-aged
woman preferred. Family of father aad young
ton. Address "No. 277," Time offlo. D2t8
WANTED A machinist for nlns-bonr job. t
once. Apply to James Anera, no, it atiacaweii
BLeet. 128 tf
OUARRYMAN WANTED Wanted te em-
play : a good qnarryman te work arone of pr.o.
tically the tint natara light B.rre. Ibis
qnarry i near a ttouinera aowa oi u,uw penpia.
Healthv climate ar-d convealent to school.
In making annlication pleas glv reference
and amonat of experience had. Will glvs good
alary te tb right party. Apply mmd lately.
The Southern Marble aad Granite Company.
Spartanburg, S. C l.'Ott
WANTED An experienced table girl
ply at tbe Pialnfield Hotel.
Ap-
12tnf
THE COMPLETE STOUT OP THB
WRECK OF THE TITANIC Most
terrible disaster at a. Thla memr.rlal edition
conuiM SAO pge and ever fifty Illustrations.
Brund in fin. cloth. Price eni) SLOOln paper,
A dure. M. Brill, .27 Third Surest, Milwaakee,
Wucoasln. llotM
NOTICE Aa we are now prepared to wait ea
trade, we nsss ta have a firt-elea Home
Bakary. W are h.re to clay. Come aad b.
convinced that we knew bow te make good
thing te eat. Mr. Bare aad Mather, No. 4
Mount Street. !3fU
A PLEASED SAVINGS
DEPOSITOR.
BANC
WANTED A few first-clsss
Harris Granite Co,
atonecutters.
lJotf
WANTED Two flrst-e'ass letter-cutters.
Apply to Martlasen Estate Granite Co. lMtf
WANTED Six Brst-el.ss granite cutters
snd ea flrst-elss lot ter-cn iter. Apply te the
Mrless Granite Co., Lane circle, aarnbam'
Meadow. lltf
There is no county in Vermont, in
deed hardly a town in the state, or a
state in the union, that does not make
deposits in the Hyde Park Savings Bank.
The unprecedented growth of that in
stitution is -the result of two thingsi
First, confidence; second, satisfaction
with its management..
Everybody is well treated at that bank
and everybody is satisfied.
Ask your neighbor who deposits there
and see if he does not vouch for the
truthfulness of this statement.
if yolT w ant "a hmeTI
with mme land for a small nriee vre would be oleased !
I to tell you about some places that we have. Each with
one or two acres of land. Three are located in the City.
The others are onlv one mile away. Prices are from
$1,500 to $3,000 Easy Terms.
BOYCE & ROBINSON - Real Estate Brokers

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