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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES." RARRE. VT.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 80 1012
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
A: By having your plumbing, heating,
and all job work, tin roofing ' and
caves troughs done here.
Get
prices on Andes
Ranges.
Stoves and
E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square
CASTOR! A
lor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have'Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
How Do You Feel?
If you feel weak and languid, and trou
bled with biliousness and indigestion, get
Baxter's Mandrake Bitter, the beat lax
ative tonic Any drug atore at 25 cents;
liquid or tablets. - , ,
BUSINESS CARDS.
ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M.D. a
Vefirlaanr Physician and Surgeoi
Gradual Chicago tiferinary Collega '
J. E. Telepbeaa, Ml-1
Ala tha People's Line
OFTICB AND HOSPITAL, SOUTH BARRB
OAEL 0. PERKINS
'Electrical Engineer Contractor
i
Electric Fixturea and Snppllei
Elactrto WWagofAU Klnaa
j 199 Worth Mala St . Barre, Vt
1 Telephones! Store 159-M, Houae 74-J.
t
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
I
. lOfBci In room 33, Milea building. Office
hours, a. m. to 12 m. and 1:30 to 4
. m, Aionaay, xueiay,kiiiuru.j
Fri
iday.
Telenbbne connection.
M. J. WHITCOMB
Licensed Embalmer
Calla answered promptly day or night.
'An up-to-date ambulance In connection.
EAST BARRE, VT.'
(Telephone 220-11.
j MERCHANT TAILORING
' Also Cleaning, Pressing
! ' ' and Kepairlng
MOORE & OWENS,
122 Worth Main St, Barre, Vt
RILEY'S ORCHESTRA
Music for all occasions.
Latest and mest ppulafl
music.
Telephone
S42-21
The Barre Opera House
EANCE Orchestra CONCERT
Edwin W Bruce," Director
and Manager ,
25 Nelson St. Telephone 422.12
i REST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.
Mas. Wikslows Sooth i wo 6varr has be-m
Led for over 8IXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
OTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILB
KKTHING, with PERFECT SUCCEi .. It
(lOTHKS the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS. '
ILLAYS all PAIN , CURES WIND COLIC sod
I the best remedy (or DIARRHCEA. It is ab
Vlutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
fioslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other
od. Twenty-five cent a bottle.
10c Clear, factory output now at the
rate of thirty-five milliona annually. By j
jar me largest etuiing urana oi iuc t-r
gars in the world. Factory, Manches
ter, N. H.
IL A. PHELPS
Real Estate Operator
' City and farm property. Timber 'land.
Qnarry land. Building lots. Tenements
far rent Commissions reasonable.
Roams 4 an 5, Mile Bleek
Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont.
RED CEDAR SHINGLES
EXTRA CLEARS
J aright from the Pacifio coast The beat
(roofing next to slate. Full count bunches.
. Cost leas and worth more than eastern
Cedar Shingles of same quality. A car
load just unloaded at Plainfleld. For
Bale by
DELL B. DWINELL
East Calais, Vt
-r
1:
ADVERTISE YOUR
.WANTS IN .THE
TIMES AND GET
SURE RESULTS
JEWELRY
5
I
When TOD want a piece of !
artistic, guaranteed quality I
.'. Jewelry, come in and see our
splendid display. - 8
O. J; DODGE. The Jeweler, j
200 ' Main St Sole Agency for
"Boston American" la Barre. I
FIRE
Insurance Rates
REDUCED
Seventeen old reliable Stock
Companies and five Mutual.
Take your choice. Call and
investigate.; Any competition
met in companies that have
had an experience of from 25
to 100 years.
J. W. DILLON,
8 and 4 Bolster Block, Barre,
Vt
o
j AUCTION SALE
Saturday at 4 P. M. .
At Old City Auction Rooms Pearl Street,
HOUSEHOLD GOODS that must be sold.
O. H. HALE, Auctioneer
r 44 O
ABOUT THE STATE
Happenings of Interest From Dif
ferent Sections,
Holla Ryan of Fairfax has been bound
over to county court for threatening
to kill hi father.
Selectman Arthur Merchant of Pow
nal had a narrow escape from death
Monday when he was buried by the cav
ing, in of a large hank of earth. He
wae nearly dead when shoveled out and
will be eon fined to the house for several
days.
WEBSTERVILLE.
A baked bean supper will be held at
the Jiaptist church or ebstervuie tn
day evening, Aug. 30, from 5 to 8 o'clock.
Adults, 25c j children under 12 years, 15c,
Wire Us
and we will
FOR SALE
GoodDryBlockVood
$2.25 and $2.75 per run
in two-run lots or more
L. K. AVERILL
Tel. 391-3 R. F. 0. No. 2
Wire You
Barre Electric Co.,
135 North Maia Street, Wheelock Block,
Telephone 98-W
Fire Insurance
You may be next Don't
wait and be sorry. Insure
now and be safe.
Rates on Dwellings and
1 Household Furniture in
Dwellings in Residential
Districts:
$500, five years - $4.75
$1000, five years, $7.50
Insure witn Ballard
Strong Companies Money
Sure Payment Prompt.
Monday, September 2d
Labor Day
iand
Land
More Free Lots Valuable Presents
Confectionery and Cigars
A General Good Time
About 50 Lots on Sheridan, Burns,
Merchant, Maplewood and John
son streets at Auction
Lots right in the center of the city, handy to busi
ness, churches, schools, depot, etc.
Lights, sewers, city water, etc., already at many of
these lots and only a short distance from any. This is
the ideal home spot. You make the price -your own
terms and your choice in lots, if you come early.
Sale in forenoon at 10.00
. and afternoon at 1.30
Come as early as possible. Bring the family. Enjoy
the day. Come prepared to secure one or more of these
desirable lots. Come and secure some of the fine pres
ents. You do not have to buy to share. Sale will be
gin near Sheridan, just off Merchant street.
Will be pleased to show lots before sale to interested
parties. ' Do not forget the date, September 2nrJ, 1912, 10.00
and 1.30. Follow the crowd.
The D.A.Perry Real Estate Agency
C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer.
The front cover of the August Coun
try Life in America is from a photograph
by Miss Katherine Bingham of 8t. Johns
bury. The picture was taken in Water
ford and is a charming bit of scenery
with some graceful white birches iu
the foreground.
During the storm Saturday night,
lightning struck the roof of the Cath
olic church in -Lyndonville and went in
side, tearing off a little of the plaster
ing. A bit of the electric juice came in
contact with John Nash's wire hen fan.-e
where three or four chicks were root
ing ami they were found dead the next
morning, one of them having parted
witn nearly all its leathers.
St. Johnsbury's new fire truck is now
in full commission as it was accepted by
tne trustees Alomlav. It was given a
final tryout Mimday forenoon, about the
streets and up and down some of the
steepest hills. With five men and its
full equipment of apparatus it weighs
3.31HI. un .Monday's trial run to !St.
Johnsbury Center with this load it reg
istered 59 miles an hour the greater part
of the way.,
During the severe storm early Sunday
morning, lightning struck a tree at the
corner of Peter Fountain's home in Mil
ton, and divided, plowing up the earth
toward the road and also' to the cor
ner of the house, where" it entered the
cellar, splintering a sleeper and tearing
up boards in the floor and breaking two
legs of the stove, going out through a
room where Miss Agnes Fountain was
sleeping. It tore oil tne plastering un
der a picture and burned the corner
of the picture frame. Miss Fountain
was stunned but soon recovered. Hie
has a burn on her left side the shape
of the tree trunk and the spreading
roots.
Jmlire Charles Rogers of Lyndonville
died (Sunday, following a 'shock: of par
alysis. Judge Rogers was born in Al
ton, X. H., in 1823, and moved with
his parents" to Wbeelock in 1828. From
there he went to St. Johnsbury and in
1 8!f moved to Lyndonville, where the
rest of his life was spent. He had
always been very active in public 1 i ft.
He was representative from Wheelock in
the Vermont legislature in 1834, 1801,
18fi2, 1880, 1882 and 1888: senator from
Caledonia county from 1872 to 187(1;
associate judge of Caledonia county from
lW to 1S7U; a trustee of the state
reform school from 1872 to 1878 ind
chairman of the board in 1875 and 187(1.
He was a competent surveyor whose
services were much sought for. Since
he was 83 years of age be worked cop-,
tinuously for some, weeks surveyiriK in
both Aewark and Lyndon, which was a
remarkable record for a man of that
age. He had alBO settled a number of.
estates and had held many town of
fices of responsibility in Wheelock, hav
ing nerved as town clerk, treasurer,
agent, lister, superintendent of schools
and selectman, ror fifty years in suc
cession he held the office of justice of
the peace and was ' frequently called
upon to act as a trial justice.
Stops Scalp Itch.
Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp Dis
ease Cured Quick by Zemo.
It is simply wonderful how Zemo
goes after dandruff. You rub a' little
of it in with the tips of the fingers. It
ffeta right down into' the glands, stimu
ates 'them, stops the itch, and makes the
head feel fine. No, it isn't sticky! Zemo
is a fine,' clear, vanishing , liquid. You
don't have toeven wash .your hands after
using Zemo. And what a wonder it is
for eczema, rash, pimples and all skin
afllictions. Endorsed and sold by leading
druggists everywhere and in Barre by
lied Cross Pharmacy. A' 2,1-cent trial
bottle ia guaranteed to stop any skin
irritation. . "
Zemo is prepared by E ,W. Rose Med
icine Co., St.- Louis, Mo., and is regularly
sold by all druggists at $1 a bottle. But
to prove what it will do at trilling ex
pense, Zemo is now put up iu 25-cent
trial bottles.
U fl 1 aft AaftlfJt ll1
nnuuoGVtm
Day Saturday
Col Ruosevelt will Bpeak in
this city Saturday morning at
9: IS, in the park.
There will be a lot of vis
itors in the city, and you'll
most likely have company and
will need things from the mar
ket. Saturday will be a very
busy day, as the store are
closed all day Monday, Labor
day. We have prepared for the
wants of our customers by .
specially selected line of good
things to eat. Mote prices:
Fresh Cuts Beef ....14c
1 Rib Roast of Beef, per lb. 18c
Rump Steak, per lb. ....32c
Native Pork Roasts, per
lb , 15c to 18c
Finest Native Veal Roasts,
per lb.t .....18c
Pork Chops, per lb. 15c to 18c
Pork Sausage, two lbs. 25c
Lamb Roasts, hindquarter,
. per lb 20c
Chickens
Fancy lot, and the price is
low. Call in and select a good
plump one for roasting or broil
ing; per lb.
25c
Fowls -20c
Jellied Tongue, per lb. ..35c
Jellied Corned Beef, per lb. 20c
Boiled Ham, per lb. ....35c
Pressed Ham, per lb. ...22c
Minced Ham, per lb. ...20c
THE MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD
IS OFFERING NEW AND ATTRACTIVE PASSENGER SERVICE BE
TWEEN BARRE AND MONTPELIER AND BOSTON.
Through Coach leaves Barre at 7:05 a. m. and Montpclier at
7:45 a. m. daily, except Sunday. Arrive in Boston at
4:15 p. m.
Pullman Parlor Car leaves Barre at 12:25 p. m. and Montpelier
at 1:10 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Arrives, in Boston
at 7:52 p. m. ' .
Pullman Sleeping "Car leaves Barre at 0:30 p. m. and Mont
pelier at 10:00 p. m. DATLY, arriving in Boston at 7:30
a. m.
Pullman Parlor Car and Coach leave Boston daily except Sun
.day at 10 a. m., arriving in Montpelier at 5:20 p. m. and
Barre at 5:48 p. m.
Pullman Sleeping Car leaves Boston DAILY at 8:30 p. m. Ar
rives in Montpelier at 7:30 and Barre at 7:58 a. m.
NO CHANGE OF CARS IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN
, BARRE, MONTPIXIER AND BOSTON.
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 no need
t feel like that, as T. D. Peebles, Henry,
Tenn., proved. "Six bottles of Electric
Bitters," he writes, "did more to give
me new strength and good.apprtite than
all other stomach remedies I used." So
they help everybody. It's folly to suffer
wr.en this great remedy will help you
from the first dose. Try it. Only 50
cents at the Red Cross Pharmacy.
ORANGE. ;
Will the taxpayers of Orange remem
ber that the time for paying the high
way tax and save discount expires Fri
day, Aug. 30 f E. L. Beard, Town Treas.
WILLIAMST0WN.
Dance in grange hall Monday evening,
Sept. 2. given by baseball team; music
bv Gauthier'a orchestra.
A SAFE SAVINGS BANK.
During its more than twenty-three
years of existence, the Hyde Tark Sav
ings Bank never lost a dollar by a poor
note, a poor stock or a poor bond.
This can only mean that its managers
possess great conservatism, excellent
judgment and painstaking care.
It meana a close adherence to the
motto of the bank from its start, name
lyi 'Safety first, last and always";
"high rates of interest never."
leposits in this DanK receive 4 per
cent.' interest, compounded semi-annu
ally, with all the taxes paid by the
bank. '.
Wear
Hub Rubbers
next
winter
ALICE V. BEGKLEY
Suocessor to O. A. Wilkinson ,.
Dealer in Paints, Oils.
Shellacs, Varnishes and
Wall Paper.
All orders for Painting, Paper Hang
ing, Carriage and Swgn Work , given
prompt attention.
M. R, FADDEN, FOREMAN. 'Z
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby a-tvan that John Stephen bss
this day told to Samuel U.rrsrd all bis interest
In the Bisphen Garrard urry, sitasie In
tbe Town of Kane, rer the mm ot tweaty-flve
tbeuskod dollars. The said firm of Stephen &
Gerrard will collect all it, uutstendlne accounts
and pay nil lisldlltes eui.Undlug against it.
Dated at the City ot Barre tula Vlit day of
iuUlt, A. U. lUi.
. JOHN 8TEPHBN.
135t3 . BAML'EL (jEkttAKD.
Native Cucumbers, 7 lor 25c
String Beans, 6 ts. for 25c
Bunch Beets, bunch .... 5c
Native Bunch Onions ... 5c
New Potatoes, best cook
ing, full weight, per pk. 25c
Ham and Bacon
Sale
, There's little or no waste,
such as you throw away for
fresh meat. Ham and Bacon
are good for you. There's a
score of appetising ways in
"-hich tfe prepare them.
Swift's Empire Ham, of
mild delicious flavor, im
parted by Swift's Empire
method of curing, not
necessary to patboil be
fore broiling, per lb "
whole, ...... ...,18c
BACON, Swift's Winchester
Brand Bacon' Strips, ex-,
tra fine sugar cured, nice
, !y mixed, ner lb. ......20a
Labor Day
is a great day for picnics, so
we have about everything in
the line of Meats for the lunch;
also Queen Olives, Sweet Cu
cumber Pickles, or Mixed Pic
kles, Sour Pickles, etc. Also
we have added a line of Fruit.
f .
After hearing the many
things of interest that Roose
velt will tell you, come and let
us quote you the lowest possi
ble market prices, quality
guaranteed, from the market
"Where Quality Counts."
0
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Times will publish Wants, Lou
and Found, For Sale. To Let, etc. ahort
ndvertisements 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.
FOR SALE My two-tenement houae on
North Beiuinsrr Btreet. Rents fr f -'-'.00 p.r
month. Nrwly painted and In ood repair.
lr. C. H. Kent, for particulars see lr. 0. W.
Steele, Howland Building-. 13utf
HOME I-ARM FOR SALE
Farm of 130 acres located Iu loobrldce. In a
Hgh state of cultivation. Wood and Tnmner
euuugU for use. Bpl.adld suxat ort-liai d ; nice
apple orchard. Oood cottaa houe; fine barn
new. lars-e ben bouse, farm will easily carry
flf wen cows and team, hunnlnir spring water;
telephone) ruralfreedellvery. Very early land,
easily cultivated. An exceptional opportanity
fur a young man who wants a splendid farm,
aa tbe terms will lie made easy.
Address "Sacrifice," care of Times." lynlO'
KOR J ALE Twelve acres and building on
Trow Hill, fays better than eleven per rent
on price asked above expenses. Uettrr inves
tigate. W. W. Sutton. . IJStl
COTTAGE OF BKVKN ROOMS To REST
All modern Improvements. 'Electricity, gas
range, and set tube. Furnace. All urd wood
ho Inn. Is oentnlly loeated. Also a five-room
flat. Bath and electricity. Pleasant location
nd warm. Apply to If, D. Keckley, S Park
Street. Telephone call, 83-1.. - 137t6
FOR SALE. t
For aLK Furniture: a piano, a dining
table, two iron beds, dresser, springs, vom
modes, cbiffoninres, chairs of all descriptions,
etc Mrs. William Held, No 14 Cburob Street.
laetf
FOR SALE a good work horse (color sorrel)
weinht about 1300 pounds. Can be sees sny
time Fridsy or Saturday at Fred 8. Owen',
Washingtou, Street, near Phelps Mills. Mltl
FOUK-WBF.K8-OLD PIGS FOR SALE
Good ones. Also sxtra nloe full blood Koso
Comb White Leghorn cockerels. Walter C
Matson, Wllllamstown. Vt. liOtS
FOR SALE Wagons and harness of all
series. Some good bargains. Immediate de
livery. Five large depot busses and several
fine horses to be sold et close of season. The
Bretton Woods Company, Bretton Woods, N. H
Hits
FOR SALE -)ne hundred pigs. Alt kinds '
of dry wood, telephone 807-23, or l!7-a a.
TotQfcSl, cltjf. 4otS
FOR SALE Monumental shop. Good, clean
stock; twelve horse power engine, S a S com
pressor, with all necessary tools; also traveling
crane. Will sell cheap. Write te the Mlllei.
Monument and Stone Works, 1410 West Tus
carawas Street, Canton, Ohio. 13t
FOR SALE A 1911 Bulek run-about. For
particulars addiesa. or inquire, Dr. W. it.
Hurley, Wllllamstown, VU Ia3tl2
FOR BALK A good work horse, oh en p.
Weight about 1 Too pounds. Inquire ot Charles
Cocuraa, Plalnfleld, Vt. mM
FOR SALE OK RENT Block at 107 South
Marn Street. Store, tenement, barn and sheds.
Homer Fitts. " IM t
FOR SALE My' house at SO Nelson Street.
House new. all Uotahed In red birch ; all modern
conveniences; steam best.. Large lot. A bar
gala for someone, as I am leaving the city.
Also household furniture at private sale. Call
at house. C K. Lynhair, No. 30 Nelson Street,
Barre. HStf
For Sale at Perry's
FARM with large quantity of hard wood;
three miles from barre city. One of our best
Kast hill farms. Contains 185 axsres of good
laud, produces about seventy tons of bay and
will keep thirty head, summer and winter,
sugar orchard of I'M maples, besides other
wood. Probably lOO.OiiO feet of lumlier (wood
and lumber enough to pay for the farm ). Hood
fifteen -room houae. tiooo barns. KearschooL
In excellent neighborhood and a money-maker.
Price iSMW.OO. owner might take house in this
city in part payment. Let us show you this
farm.
FOR .SALE Horse. buv. sleiirh. harness
and robes. This horse is an eiceptionally good
ladies' driver. Address -A," care ot Times
office. Jgitf
ICR SALE Two hardwood chamber sets,
one oak dining-table, one small center table,
two large chairs, refrigerator, one Glenwood
range. In I'r. Lamb's tenement bouse at No. M
Summer Street. J, C Griggs. ISStf
FOR SALE A work or driving horse; also
second-hand wagons. Inquire at Papln Bros.
Livery. . . . ill
HOTEL in good village doing a nice business.
It will please you. I'M
SEVEN-ROOM HOCBE AND BARN In the
northern part of the city. Electric light j
bath; wide porch, etc ihis is a very nice
borne and would rent readily. In good condi
tion. Price low with good terms of payment.
. 1:29
HOUSE oh North Seminary Street,
six rooms. Must be sold at once.
contains
129
We have a bargain to offer on the electric car
line between Barre and Montpelier. Large
piece of land and bouse is all modern. 129
Ask for our lllustnttd Farm dialogue
Tin 0. A. Parry Raa! Estate Agency
BARRE, TERMONT
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FOR BALK a aew bouse last eempleted.
Heated In a residential portion of the city, oa
Neisoa street. Best er bin a nnisn wita nara
woed floors. Steam beat, bath, bat and cold
water, eet tnbe end electric llthta. It Is a
thoroughly built bouse. Back plaster. It is
located oa alarre Intend on err soli, within
two minute.' walk of the rar line. This is aa
Ideal preposition for one wanting a home on
easy terms. Marry C Patterioa. SPttf
L - . - .. - I
FOR SALE Pigs aad shoals. I wilt else de
butchering, ben Batckelfler. Telephone call,
M7M. . mi
Binder Twine
(J I have a large stock of Twine
this year, both Standard and Pura
Manilla. 4 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
ro KENT Modern seven-room cottage ia a
central location, inquire at the D. A. Perry
Real Ksaate Agency, Howland Block. ISstf
" TO RENT A good tenement.
Washington Street.
Inquire at 11
14 1 W
TO RENT A six-room home at 74 Bill Street;
Inquire by telephone No. 301-3. 141W
HELP WANTED
WANTED A machine polisher.
J. P. Corskle & Son,
Apply to
141M
WANTED A first-class man to operate a
surface cutting machine. Apply to A. Barclay
A Co., foot of Graalte Street. - 140t3
WANTED A good, experi.aced man to work
In stable. Apply at -Cutler Brothers, rear ot
City Hotel. 140t3
WANTED School girls to call at our shop
snd learn bow to earn a Baby Singer free. Tbe
Stager Sewing Maohioe Co., 10 Kim St. 14Ctf
WANTED Man with team, to handle part
nf our business in Barre aad vicinity. A good
Kroporltion to tbe rlsht man. Appir at once,
n-t furnish reference. Address "W.S." care
of Barre Daily Times. UJtf
WANTED Hired girl for general housework
ia a boarding-house. Good waeee. Address
or apply to Eastern Tale Co., Rochester, Vt,
r 140t
WANTED A good granite carver. Apply te
Charles G. Blake & Compear, HI lb Street and
Ellis Avenue, Chicago. HOW
TO RENT At Ne.t Breok Street: six-room
tenement; all modern eoaveeienees. Vacant
Sept.mb.r 1st. Also a small tenement at 29
Branch Street, apply to Mrs. Forsythe, No. (
Brook Street, city. Telephone 42S-4. Itttf
TO RENT A seven-room tenement at No. 1
Laurel Street, Vacant September 1st. Inquire
f C L. Converse. 17 West Street. 13Jtf
TO KENT A six-reom tenement with all
modern conveniences at 219 Washington Street.
Key at No. 217. USM
TO RENT Seven-room cottage en Cedar St
Telephone Wl-IL ' . - 18-tf
TO KENT Room in tbe old city building
formerly occupied by the Pentecostal ehurch.
Inquire of tbe clir prupety committee, Wil
liam Brown, William Ward and Ik McLeod.
ltf
STOBE TO RENT
netti, Barre.
Apply to J.
B. Saagol.
UJtf
TENEMENT TO RENT Six rooms, modern
anpliancus, on Maple Avenue. Apply to ,i W.
Melcher. llltl
TF.NEMENT TO RENT At corner of Laurel
and North Seminary street. Five rooms and
bath, hot and cold Water, electric lights. In
quire at 18 Maple Avenue. 121tf
TO RENT Offices in the Wood Block.
Perry, Agent.
C M.
lUtf
WANTED Aa experienced table glrL In
quire at the Eureka Kestaurant. H0;f
WANTED Painters wanted at Drdry's. 802
North Main Street, Barre. 140U
WANTED A temperate man to work on a
farm. Good pay and steady job to a competent
man. None other need apply. O. L. Cbeerer,
Gallisoa Mill, Montpelier. Telephone eall S4-W
Montpelier. iav
WANTED I would like a girl to work in my
boarding-hou.e. Will pay good wages. Tele
Shone w K. It rietcner s quarrv or aoores.
Irs. Avis C Jackson, Woodbury. Vt.
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TASSIE BROTHERS
TeL "Central" 64-W.
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WANTED A cspable girl for general house
work. Apply at IM Barre Street, Moutpelier,
Vermont. lanta
WANTED A good blacksmith; one who eaa
fit and arlvo shoes, Inquire of John Salter,
East Barre. lists'
TO RENT Tenement at 13 Elm Street.
Perry, Agent. . .
CM.
117tf
TO RENT Shed room. Inquire Mrs. Aeries -Williams,
7 Averill Street. 117lf
TO RENT Two modern stores, Ks. '69or J?l
North Main Street. Also a tenement ea Klver
Street. Inquire of John deary, o0 North Main
Street. . lstf
lO KENT An elrht-rnom tenement. Apply
to A. H. Barren, 7 Pearl Street. lu.tf
TO RENT Six-mom tenement at to Brook
street. All modern riiuvmiences. H, J. Slay
ton. Telephone OJ-W. loetf
TO RENT Vp-stalrs tenement oa Third St.
J. W. Nichols. Telephone 421-J. Wtf
TO KENT A small shed; will ror. from Six
to ten men. Inquire Of LeClalr MoNulty
Blarkwell Street. S7tf
SPEND 10c, EARN 10 Every lady who will
send name and address with' loo will receive so
rtlole worth "60, and a splendid opportunity
to earn (10 in spare time. Addres the Hsliuea
Manufacturing Co , North Station, Providence,
Rhode island. 1316
WANTED Dining-room girls.' Apptv at
once. A. S, Sparrow, Montpelier House, Mont
pelier, Vt. 135lf
NOTICE.
My wife, Grace F. Boucher, having left
bed ar
my bed and board, this is to serve notice
that I wjll pay no bills of her contract
ing after this date. -..'
O. E. BOUCHER.
Williamstown, Vt., Aug. 26, 1012.
Miss Gladys N. Gale
Will reopen her masic classes Sept. 1st
Speolal Child-Garden Mualo Course In
Piano, Harmony and History
Older and advanced Dunlli taken in classes
or for private work.
Sludio 48 Wellington St. Telephone 128-11
WANTED A table girl, chamber girl aad
Isondrv woman, at the North field House, North
field, Vt. lMif
WANTED A machinist for nine-hour Job, at
once. Apply to James Anern, no. it ttiacaweu
TO RENT AT REASONABLE TEEMS A few
rooms, well furnished; all modem imprev.
men tii : ht and role water, bath, ijntalon
Block. 17-J North Mala Street. 24Mf
BOARD AND ROOMS
NEWLY FURNISHED BOOMS TO RENT
All modern conveniences; at 20 Averill Street.
Call evenings. Telephone 2U9-S. HOtf
Street.
129tt
WANTED A few first-class stonecutters.
Harrison Granite Co.
12Dtf
WANTED Two first-class letter-cutters.
Apply to Martinson Estate Granite Co. 12t!tf
WANTED Six flrst-olass granite rotters
snd one firat-elae letter-cutter. Apply to the
Peerless Granite Co., Lane's Circle, Burnbatn's
Meadow. 121tf
HOME BAKERY
Have yon tried our Diked H-ags and Brown
Bread t We have them every Satnrdar. We
know bow to bake them good. Mre. Barnes A
Co., No. S Mount Street. l'ietf
' ESTATE OF EBABTU3 KEITH.
STATE OF VERMONT. I The Honorable
District of Washington, as. ) Probate Court
for the District a'oresaldi To all persons
Interested In tbe estate of Kraatua Keith,
late of tbe City of Barre in said District, de-
oeased. , Greeting:
w hereas, said Court has assigned tbe Uth nsy
of September next for examining and allowing
the account of tbe Executtlx of the estate
of raid deceased, and for a decree of the
residue of said estate to the lawful claimant
of the tame, and ordered that public notice
inereoi do given to an persons interested in
said estate By publishing thlsairder three weeks
successively previous to the day assigned, in
the Barre Dally Times, a newspaper published
at the City of Barre in said District.
laererore. you are hereby notified to snnear
at the Probate Office In Montpelier, in said
uisirioc, on tne day assigned, then and there
to contest the allowance of said acoount If you
see cause, and to estrblisb your rlsh aa betrs,
legatees and lawful claimants to said residue.
, Given uuder my hand, this 16th day of August.
1912. .
MART J. CUTLER. Reeiater.
aug I6-23-S0
THE COMPLETE STORY Or THE
WRECK OF THE TITANIC Most
terrible aisaater at tea. This memorial edition
contains ti pages and over fifty illustration
Bcund in fine eloth. Price only SI. (HI In cape
Address M. Brill. 27 Third Street, Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, llouw
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A gold bracelet, stoned, between the
Burns Monument and the Tomisl Block, Wed
nesday night. Finder please leave at the Times
office and receive reward. 1 613
TO KENT Fnrnished room; all modern
convent -nce. Inquire at 17 W elllngton street. '
Irs. McCasklll. l-"tf
TO KENT Furntuhed rooms; furnace beat, .
electric, lights, eta; with ur without board.
Inquire of Mrs. Mason Page, 99 Elm Street'
Barre. Vt T9tf
TO RENT Room with or without board, at
21 Church Street Mis. Pitkin. - BStf
TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At
Weaahtue," S7 Jefferson Street
"The
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WANTED
WANTED Young couple would like two or
three unfurnished rooms. In Fast Barre, at
once. Address "S. H. D ," East Barre, Vt
141 1
'1"HE highest prices paid for rags, rubbers,
A iron, metal, bottles; also for eeoond-kand
clothes and shots. If yon have anything to
sell, telephone or write U3 Abram Hue, No. 44
Maple Avenue, Barre, Vt Tel. 244-1X 140te
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
A FINE OPENING for a grncry business la
the growing village ot Hardwiek. Koemr
store, barn and tenenv nt If desired. Will rent
or sell. Address "Box tit," Hsrdwirk, Vt
uetio
WANTED A place to do housework in a
small family ' Good references given.. Adrireee
riosnte A. Jyier, Jiertnneia. t - initio-
W ANTED A place, by a seven teen-year-old
girl, to care for children. Addrees Gertrude
Foinemy, Upper Granlteville, Vt ISwstie
POSITION WANTED BY HOL'SEKEtPER
America Kity. competent housekeeper ; la
widower'e family of one or two. Onir tem
perate people need apply. Address Box lot,
Randolph, t
Itttie
TENEMENS
We have for rent three first-class modern tenements.
No better location in the citv. Also two of four rooms
: each, central, and at a low rent. When contemplating
! t ...i- a
j a cnangc, bcc.wuat wc uu unct yuu.
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