THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BAR RE, VT..". WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1912
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
By having your plumbing, heating,
and all job work, tin footing and
caves troughs done tare.
E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Sqttare
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
How Do You Feel?
If you feel weak and languid, and trou.
bled with biliousness and indigestion, get
Bazter'i Mandrake Bitters, the best lax
ative tonic. Any drug store at 25 cenU;
liquid or tablets.
ERNEST H. BANCROFT. M. D C.
- Veterinary Physician and Surges)
Cftrfuait Chicago Vilerinarj Collej)
X. E. Telepbeae, Ml-U
Ale lb reple's Llns
Office and Hospital. South Barre
CARL 0. PERKINS
Electrical Engineer n Contractor
Electric Fixtures and Supplies
Electric Wiring of AUJgndi
199 Worth Main St. Ban, Vt.
Telephones) Store 850-M, House 74-S.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
Office In room 38. Miles building. Offlne
hours, 0 a. m. to 12 m. and 1:30 to 4
. m Ml .1
f. ro., lionaay, luesasy,, loursany nau
M. J. WHITCOMB
Calls answered promptly day or night
An up-to-date ambulance in connection
EAST BARRE, VT.
House Furnishing Store
is the place where you can fur- I
nish your home at living prices
No. 118 North Main Street, Barre g
ABOUT THE STATE
Happenings of Interest From Dif
David Carlson and John Farnsworth
two prisoners in the Xewfane jail, await
inir trial for larceny, escaped last week
and had not been captured at lust ac
The new Ixithrop hich school in Fitts
ford is completed and was opened with
the fall term of school yesterday morn
ing. This building, with" equipment, cost
about ifoiyxK'. i
The total mileage covered by the
troops of the 10th cavalry, who have
arrived home at tort fctnan Allen, from
Connecticut, was OIK), the command
making an average hike of 20 miles a
John Thompson of Rutland, while rid
ing on the back scat of a trolley car,
was struck in the eye by an apple
thrown by boys. He was temporarily
blinded and tho injury may prove se
Also Cleaning, Pressing
MOORE & OWENS,
,123 rTorth Main St, Barre. Vt
Music fer all occasions.
Latest and mst papulae
The Barre Opera Heuse
r-ANCE Orchestra CONCERT
Edwin W. Bruce, Director
25 Nelson St. Telephone. 422.12
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.
Mas. Wt.isuw Soothinu Svnce has been
sed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
MOTHERS lor their CHILDREN WIUL8
TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It
SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS,
ALLAYS all PAIN . CURES WIND COLIC, and
Is the bJt remedy for DIARRHOCA. It if ab
nlutely harmless Be u,e and ask for Mra,
Winsiow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cent a bot'.e.
10c Cigar, factory output now at the
rate of thirty-five millions annually. By
far the largest selling brand of lOe Ci
gsrs in the world. Factory, Manches
ter, N. H.
H. A. PHELPS
Real Estate Operator
City and farm property. Timber land.
Quarry land. Euilding lots. Tenements
lor rent. Comssissloas reasonable.
Roams 4 anal 5, Mil Block
Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont.
Real Estate and Personal Property!
I will sell at Public Auction, to the
highest bidder on
Thursday, September 12, 1912
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
on the premises known as the Xewman
Farm in Washington Vt., now occupied
by F. D. Johnson, and located about 2
miles from Washington Village, on the
main stage road from Washington to
The Said Newman Farm Which Con
tains 3S0 Acres of Land, suitably divid
ed into tillage, pasture and woodland.
Fields lay well, smooth and nearly all
machine mowing, and in a good state
of cult vation. Farm will cut 40 to 50
tons of hay. Large amount of hard
wood and quite a lot of soft wood tim
ber. A new house built in 1911. Large,
convenient barns. Running water at house
and barn. Sugar orchard and fruit. Xear
school and on R. F. I), and telephone
lines. A good money making fami, good
location, and good neighborhood. Look
it over before the sale.
Personal Property 41 head of Cattle,
consisting of 20 good dairy cows that
will freshen this fall, winter, and early
spring, 1 yoke of fl-year old oxen a nice
team. I pair 3-year old steers, 2 pair
2-year old steers all broken and handy.
12 two year old heifers, 1 full blood 2
year old Holstein Hull, 13 sheep, 5 horses
workers and drivers, some good ones
in this lot. 1 two-year old colt, 3 year
ling colts, 2 baby colts.
Farm Tools and Machinery: 1. six
horse power gasoline engine, with saw
rig complete, 1 good lumber wagon, ox
cart, sulky plow, mowing machine, horse
rake, 1 set or good harnesses, cream sep
arator, 00 to 75 tons of hay 30 tons of
it at the Corliss Trombly farm in
Orange. This hay is all right to press.
Also small tools and many articles not
enumerated. A good farm and a good
lot of stock and tools. All to be sold
to the highest bidder, without reserve
or limit. Terms fill days on personal
property with cash or bankable paper;
Real Estate time with easy payments.
Lunch at noon.
R. M. Harvey, Owner.
C. F. Smith, Auctioneer, liarre Vt.
RED CEDAR SHINGLES
right from the Facifio 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 Tlainfleld. For
DELL B. 0WINELL
East Calais, Vt.
WANTS IN THE
TIMES AND GET
! JEWELRY j
When YOU want a piece of !
j Artistic, guaranteed quality I
2 t i !
oeweiry, come in ana nee our
j splendid display. j
Real estate owners now open your eyes.
Investigate, study and thus become wise,
To tha fact that
Bishopric Wall Board
is better than lath and plaster, saves 40
per cent, in construction, renders 100 per
cent, in service. Any weather is good
building weather when you use Bishopric
Wall Board and (Sheathing. Bishopric
Roofing is self-protecting and requires no
paint. Sold by
J. T. CALLAGHAN,
360 No. Main St., . . Barre, Vermont.
REAL ESTATE AND
To settle an estate I will sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, on
Friday, Sept 13, 1912
At 1 O'clock Sharp, in the Afternoon,
on the premises known as the Wheelock
farm in Worcester, Vt., situated 1 mile
from Putnamsville and IV milea from
THE SAID WHEELOCK PARM
which contains 100 acres of land, 35 of
which is valuable timber land. An ex
pert has gone over this timber lot and
estimated the timber to be worth 9-"0OQ
end only a short distance to a mill
Farm will cut 12 to 15 tons of good
hay. Fields are smooth. Good sugar
orchard. Fruit enough for the place,
apples, grapes and plums, (jood 8-room
house, well painted and in good re
pair. A good-sized barn and horse bsrn
with cemented basement. Running wa
ter at house and barn. All buildings in
fine shape, have been well taken care
of. Only one mile to school, postoffice
i.nd stores, and 6 or 7 miles from Mont
pelier, on R. F. D. and telephone lines.
Anyone looking for a nice little farm
in a good location and neighborhood
will iu) well to investigate this prop
erty before the sale, as the lumber wil
more than pay for the farm. Come
and buv it, sell the lumber and have the
Personal Property One 1 -horse lum
her wagon; one express wagon; one to.i
buggy; one horse rake; one genuine buf
falo robe; one driving harness; one
straw cutter; five or six tons of good
hayi one water wheel and drag saw
rig, with some small farm tools, such
as hoes, forks, rnkes, shovels, etc.
Household Furniture Including cook
stove, beds, bedding, couch and many
Articles not mentioned. All to be sold
without limit or reserve.
MRS. ANN C. WHEELOCK, Admx.
C. F. Smith, Auctioneer.
Urban Woodbury, son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. U Woodbury, of Burlington, has re
turned from Labrador and Newfound
land, where he went with the party of
JJr. Wilfred 1. Urenfell, the noted
England missionary and doctor. He has
been absent for about two and a half
E. 4 T. Fairbanks & Co. will erect
five or six dwelling houses on land that
is known as the "kust Meadow' on
the road leading from St. Johnsbury to
Xorth Danville. This is to be done be
cause it is so difficult to get desirable
help, as there are so few housing la
cilities in the town at present.
Anthony McKinnon, an employe of
the C. T. Frary company of Bristol,
met with a peculiar accident late Thurs
day afternoon. He was sweeping up
shavings about the mill and, when near
a small cutting-of saw, he stooped over
to pick up something and backed on
to the saw cutting a gash about six
inches long and an inch deep.
,T. C. Oreen of Randolph Center has
just sold five registered Jersey cows to
the state of Vermont and they ere now
at the agricultural school farm. One
of the cows included has made $125
worth of butter the past year. Mr.
Oreen has now sold ten cows the past
year and has a good substantial nerd
left. He received $805 for the ten.
The 22-month-oKi daughter of Louis
Revoir, of Fairfield, was drowned while
it play Friday by falling into a raki
barrel. Mrs. 'Rev'oir left the child in
the house, locking the screen door as
she went to the barn. While absent
one of the children unlocked the door and
and the child, taking advantage of the
opportunity, went out. Mrs. Kevoir
upon returning called to the child, but
receiving no response, she went to the
rain barrel, where she found the child
floating in the water.
place, was assaulted and badly pound
ed. The other men involved in the
scrape were James ' Phalen and John
Wheeler, who are engaged in working on
tho gas tank, but whether both men or
only one attacked him is not known, so
soon was the affray over. Calluhan
was pounded into insensibility and did
not recover consciousness for several
hours. It was at first thought he was
fatally injured, but he seems to be mak
ing good recovery.
Owing to the public demand for elee
tncity m Vergennes, day and night, it
is reported that the Burlington Trac
tion company, owners of the Vergennes
Power company, has practically decided
to enter the lighting field and furnish
day and night service for motors, house
lights, and for any other purposes for
which there may be public demand. Ar
rangements are being made by the pow
er company with the Haviland Shale
Roller company to install motors in
their plant in place of the present wa
ter wheels and thus prevent a consid
erable waste of water. It is planned to
equip the Addison County Printing com
pany's plant with electric motors when
the new office on Main street is ready
Feter Barton from Worcester, Mass.,
visited his niece, Mrs. Dwight Lawson,
Lucius Fuller of Middlcboro, Mass.,
was the guest of his cousin, I. S, Ta
bor, a few days recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster of New
ark, X. J., are at Lakeside cottage for
Mrs. Almira Ainsworth, who has been
visiting his sifter, Mrs. Laura Fclch,
has returned to her home in Woodbury.
Charles Jl. Rogers of Cabot was a
visitor at I. S. Tabors over Sunday.
Ralph llathawjiy was the guest of
George Cate at Eyndon over Sunday.
Remember the drama, A Husband
to Order," and ball at Memorial hall,
l rulay evening, Sept. 13.
Made Her Well Woman.
Mrs. W. P. Valentine of Camden, X.
J., says: "I suffered with pains in my
back and side, sick headaches, no ap
petite, was tired and nervous all the
time. Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound made me a well woman ami
I wish other suffering women would avail
themselves of this valuable remedy."
For nearly fortv years Lvdia E. Pink-
ham'a. Vegetable Compound hns been the
standard remedy for female ills, and no
sick woman does herself justice who will
not try this famous medicine, made from
roots and herbs.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Silckney & Poor's Mustard
Tell him nothing else will suit
A PLEASED SAVINGS
There is no county in Vermont, in
deed hardly a town in the state, or i
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 things
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.
FOUR LINES FOE 25 CENTS
The Times will publish Wants, Lou
and Found. For Sale, To Let, etc. short
advertisements at the rate of four lines
for twenty-five cents for the first inser
tion and five cents for each subsequent
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
FOR BALK lirm of about lxiacrs in South
Ryegate. Vt., with or without stock and farm-
In tools. Address Mra. T. W. Bmltb, (syoton.
Asahel F. Dean, for 53 vears an em
ploye of E. & T. fatrbanks Co. in St
Johnsbury. has retired from business.
Mr. Dean, who is 73 years old, began
at the age of 13 to worm lor ins fattier
who was employed at the scale works,
receiving es pay hia board and cloth
ing. At 21 he received his hrat pay
which he thinks was onlv $1 a day. On
Dec. 4, IStll. he enlisted irt Co. C, 8th
V ermont regiment and served for more
than two and a half years. On his
return, he resumed work with the Fair
As a result of an altercation in a
Rutland lunch room Saturday night.
John Callahan, a stonecutter of that
CUTTER and ENGINE
.unabi. ,o Boh OP $275
Latest and very important improve-provements.
Barre Electric Co.,
135 North Mait Street, Wheelock I lock,
O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler.
7m, Mitn Kt SM ....- '- I
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I "Boston American" ia Bine.
L ; j
ENSILAGE CUTTERS, HAY
PRESSES, THRESHING MACHINES,
SILOS AND SILO-FILLING
WATER SYSTEMS FOR COUNTRY
Write for Our Special Book D, W.
For All Purposes.
Catalogue D will give you full par
ticulars about both of these machines.
Write us or sew C. E. Sear leu, our
general agent at Barre, or J. L.
Bracket Shaw & Lunt Co.
Somersworth, N. H. Boston, Mass.
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,
4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt
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 Montpelier at
7:45 a. m. daily, except Sunday. Arrives in Boston at
4:13 p. m.
Tullman Parlor Car leaves Barre at 12:25 p. m. and Montpelier
at 1:10 p. in. daily, cccept Sunday. Arrives in Boston
at 7:52 p. m.
Pullman Sleeping Car leaves Barre at 9:30 p. m. and Mont
pelier at 10:00 p. m. DAILY, arriving in Boston at 7:30
rullman Tarlor Car and Coach leave Boston daily except Sun
day at 10 a. m., arriving in Montpelier ut 5:20 p. m. and
Barre at 5:48 p. m.
Pullman Sleeping Cr leaves Boston DAILY at 8:30 p. m. Ar
rives in Montpelier at 7i3P and Barte at 7:58 a. m.
XO CHANGE OF CARS IX FITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN
BARRE, MONTPL-L1ER AND BOSTON".
Rial EstatB and Persona! Property
As I have decided to give tip farming,
I will sell at public auction to the high
est bidder, on
Saturday, September 14,1912
At 10 O'clock in the forenoon,
on the premises where I now live la
Washington, Vt., known ss the Lyman
Barrow or Oorge Trombley farm, sit
uated only 2 miles from Washington vil
lage, MY HOME FARM
which contains 265 acres of lind. Ma
chine mowed fields, all up in high state
of cultivation. Farm will keep 40 heal
of cattle and team. Large amotuit of
hard and soft wood timber, enough to
pay for farm, (iood sugar orchard and
plenty of fruit. Good sired furm house
and large barns. Buildings all in good
shape, running water at house and barn.
This fsrm is a money maker for anyone
looking for a good proposition. Go and
look it over before the sale.
Personal Peroperty 32 head of cat
tle, consisting of 13 good dairy cows,
Jerseys and some other grades, all young
and will freshen in the early winter
and spring; 7 nice heifers with calf; 1
yearling bull and 11 spring rnlves,; 25
liens, 1 10-year-old bay mare, weight
1.400 lbs., a nice brood mare, 1 black
horse and 1 four-year-old colt, all good
workers and drivers.
Farm Tools and Machinery 1 four
horse power Woodpecker gasoline en
gine with drag and circular siw rigs, and
all belts for same; one 2-horsc lumber
wagon; dump cart; express wagon;
Concord buggy ; 1 set 2-horse traverse
sleds, sleigh and pung sleigh; 2 sett
double work harnesses, one set driving
harnesses; Deering mowing machine;
horserake; hay tedder; wheel barrowi
pring tooth harrow; three plows; cul
tivator; grindstone; set of Fairbanks
platform scales; 30 steel traps; guns;
sno'wshoes; two bicycles; cider barrels;
chains; hoes; forks; rakes shovels; neck-
yokes; whiffletrees and many other small
Dairy Tools 1 Economy cream sepat
ator nearly new; 2 barrel churns; but
ter worker; milK cans and pails. .
Suglr Tools Pans and tin buckets.
Crops 40 to 50 tons of good hay cut
early and in nice shape. A quantity
of green oats. 500 head of cabbage and
acre of potatoes in the field. lri. run
of bard slab wood, 15 run of circular
v.ood, 2 cords of 4-foot wofd.
Household Furniture Including kitch
en range; chunk stove; 7 beds aud bed
ding; dressers; commodes; tables;
chairs; sewing machine; clothes dryer;
wash boiler; crockery; iron and tin
ware. This is a good farm and a good
lot of personal property. Attend this
sale as all will be sold without limit or
reserve. Terms at time of sale. Lunch
PETER ROSTOUSKOS. Owner.
C. F. Smith. Auctioneer, Barre. Vt.
ESTATE Of MARY. ANN CLABK.
STATE OF VKBMOWT. 1 Ttia Honorable
District of Wuhinf Inn, a. ( Probata Court for
Ilia District aforesaid: To all oaranna inter-
eatati to tbe cntaivof Mary Ann Clark, lata of
uarra in sata District, aecauaa, .retmg :
Whni. aaid Court baa alenel tha'.'td day
ef repMnMi nxt for aiamlnlag and allowtne
tha account of ttia adnitnittrator of tha aaiate
ef aaid decaaaad and for a dacrae of tbe ratidu
of aaid as tale to the lawful claimanta of the
aama, and ordered that public notlca thereof be
tln to all persona Intereated in aaid eataie by
publishing thla order three week aueretpiTely
?revioue to tbe day asaljrned. in the Barr Daiiy
Infi, a newipapar published at tbe City of
Bftrre in aaid ltatrict.
Therefore, yon are hereby notlflfd to appear
at the Irebate Office in Montpelier in aaid
lMetnct, on tbe day alacl, then and there to
eonteet the allowance of aaid account tf yon
aaeeanse, and tneeiabiUh y orricht aa hetra,
lerateea and lawful claimants to aaid realdua.
UlTen under my hand, tliii 3d day of Sep
FEANK J. MARTIN, Judge.
for Sale at Perry's
CITT FARM One hundred anit sixty-eight
ai-rPH near Alontjielltr; thirteen minutes' walk
from biwineas aectlon; sewer; city water; side
walks; elertric lights, etc.; all the advantages.
'I hit farm will appeal to you if you are looking
for Bomething extra nice; all stocked and toole
ready for buslnesa. over thtrtv head of stork ;
nair of heavy hornfs: a-ood eauliiment of toola;
about ;5 tons of excellent hay und all growing
crops. Field are smooth and the soil fit excel-
lftiu Rutrar bush : good iiastu res
with flncalal'les. house lias modern plumbing
etc. t'naceountof poor health the owner wlhea
to sell everything and will give immediate pos
session. I'rice low considering the property.
Let us show this to you. 1M
TO FXCHANGE-Flght-rooin house, barn
aad quite a quantity of land for amaller prop
erty in central location, 'ihis is an Ideal place
lor gardening. 101
rOR KAI.S CHEAP roK CASH On three.;
horae namaon threader, nearly new. Mounted!
on truck. Apply to Mrs. W. W. Ladd, K. t.l.
No. 1, Ilarre. isou1
rOR SALE Jl plga, eboata and sows, from I
three weeks to three years of age, washing1
from IS to SOU pounds each J. A. Cummlng,
Barre. Vt H. If. It., Route Ko. i. Telephone;
call, 4S9-M. loOtU
FOR SALE Good wagons, tap buggy, trap,
express with brake, aleigb, traverse, barneea,
horse goods, etc. Btrgalos. Any offer consid
ered. Cash. wood, produoe. Call or write for
list, wheelock. Real teat., Montpelier. ISlUr
roil BALE On M tnsSeld lange.onefeather'
bed. one bud and spring. Apply ate Thurston,
FOR BALE A nrst-clas driving-horse,
weight 1075 pounds. Til bora can be aeen by
calling at the Cutler Livery 8tabl and Inqulr-1
Ing of Kenneth McboUon, 83 Kim Street. UMtf
HOUSEHOLD r L'KNITI RE FOR BALK
Inquire at Aft Mapi Avanue. IMtt
FOR 8 ALE A few cows ; will freshen soon.!
Inquire of Q Ferris, Eait Hill. Telephone'
tall, 383-4. 148tf,
LOOK! An ao-to-iiate bicycle, fully eaulo-
ped and In flrst-olass order. A bargain for
rash, Better be the first nn to look at it.
Charlea H. Ford, at U N. Kenjron & Co.' Chan
nargain store. 1 14s uf"
rOR BALE Household eoon. all In food
condition, cnean. Com after four o'clock, at
V9 Branch Street. 149to
FOR BALE Gosa Company ensilage cutter.
with M loot carrier. Inquire of Adolph Fri
berg, East Hill. Telephone call, ilarre, 487-11.
FOR SALE A flve-borse power gasoline
engine, with drag-saw outfit, in perfect condi
tion. Will sell for SIOU.OO cash. Inquire ef
Ar liur Cate, Williams town, Vt. 147t6
FOR BALE Thirty White Wyandotte hen.
thoroughbreds. An excellent obar.ee to stock
up at a reasonable price. J. W, Roberts, South
Ilarre, vt. Telepuoa 147t
FOR BALE-Wagons and harness of all
sty lea. Some good bargain. Immediate de
livery. Five large depot busses and several
fine horses to be told at close of seaaon. The
Bretton Woods Company, Bretton Woods, N. H
FOR SALE A good work bors. chesn.
Weight about IKiO pounds. Inquire of Charles
Cochran, Flalnfleld, Vt. IKittt
FOR SALE Horse, buggy, sleigh, harness
and robea. This horse is an exceptionally good
ladle' driver. Address -A," care ef Time
(OR SALE Two hardwood chamber sets.
one oak dining-table, one small center table.
two large enairs, rerrirerator, one oianwooa
range, in Dr. Lamb' tenement bouse at No. 39
Summer Street. J, C Wrigga. 12otf
FOR SALE A work or driving horse; also
second-hand wagons. Inquire at Papin Bros.
WOOD LOT FOR SALE Frice r50. 151
A LARGE TIMBER TRACT-l'stimated
I,u0.ou0 feet (oft wood. 101
Ask for our llluslratid Farm Catalogue
The D. A. Perry Rial Estate Agency
(STATE OF PAITL1X1 AMANDA NICHOLS.
STATE or VERMONT, j fh Honorable
District ot Washington, as. Probata Court for
the District aforeeald : To all persons Inter
ested In the eetate of tullu Amanda Nlchon,
late of Barre in (aid District, deceaaed.
Whtrea. aaid Court kaa assirned the vtth day
ot September nxt for examining and allowing
to accoont or tne Aminlsiralor or tne estate
ol said deceased, and for a decree of the
residue of said estate to tbe lawful claimants
of the sams, and ordered that publio notice
thereof be given to all person intereated in
said estate by publishing this order three week
uvoesaiveiy previous to tne nay asaigneu, in
the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published
at the City of Barre ia said District.
Therefore, yea are berebv nottned to appear
at the Probate office In Montpelier in said
district, on the dar aasiirned. then and there
to contest the allowance of said account if yon
e cane, and to eatalillah your right a helra.
legatee ana lawrui riaimania to said residue.
Given nnder my hand, tht Sd day of Sep.
FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge.
FARM FOR BALE Contains 146 acre, mors
or lee; good (ugar place of 10 s trees, with
new Leader rig; barn 80x4ti: atock and tool.
Apply to I. L. Scott, Kaat Calais. ISOtf
A Six -Room House for
Furnace heat, set tubtt and all modern
Also some household goods for sale.
Apply after four o'clock at George
Williamson's, 1 Bank Street. hum
FOR SALE In South BaTe : an eight-room
eoitage house in fine shape; barn and wood
shed. For particulars Inquire of M. L. Lewis.
South Barre, Vt. 147tlii
WE ALWAYS CARRY THE VERY BEST
to be had; including
milk, cream, butter,
eggs, and ice cream.
Beginning Sept. tenth,
we shall close at 6 P. M.
every evening except
Saturday and Monday.
L B. DODGE
300 North Matin St. , - Barre, Vt.
Hqusk a xu svkv for s alk ai an
Xira balldinsT lot. Would sell tne bam sepa
ratelr for removal, and the aaine could easily
ha remodeled tntoaaexcallent uwelling-houae.
Inuuir at 8 North Street. 14t6
FOR SALE Pit- sad ahoaU. I will also do
butchering. Sea Hatchelder, Telephone call,
J61 M. 61tf
Girl for general housework.
Good position for competent
Mrs. A. W. Allen : Sunnyside Farm
For your crease cups where grease i
used. Lasts longer on bearings then
oil and Is much cheaper to use. Try it at
ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt.
TO RENT . Luaoh cart, situated oa North
M.tin htreet. opposite Palace Garage. Fully
equipped. For particulars call at ens. Ultl
rOK 8ALR My twe-tenement heuse on
North Bemlaarr Street. Rente for S.-.'.oO pr
month. iew:y painted ana in goon repair.
it x h. Hint, ror particular ae ur. (.;. w.
Steele, llowland Building. l.TJtf
FOR SALE Twelve acres and building on
Trow Hill. Paya batter than eleven per rent
en price asked above expenses, (letter Inva
Urate. W. W. Button. 13stf
FOR SALE Oil RENT Block at 107 Rontu
Main Street. Store, tenement, barn and sheds.
Homer Fitt. l-'S (
FOR "ALE My bonse at 30 Nslson Streot.
Houao new. all flalabert in red blroh; all modern
conveniences; steam beat. Large lot. A oar-
rala for aomeone. as I am learlng tbe city
Also household furniture at private sale. Call
at bouse. C U. Lynhrir. No. 30 Nelson Street,
FOR SALE A new house Jest completed,
Itaated In a residential portion of the city, oa
Nelson Street. Best ef bin h tlntak with hard
wood floor. Steam Seat, batb, bet aad celd
water, aet tube and electric llthtt. It i a
thoroughly bnllt house. Back plaster. It I
lerated on a large let and en dry anil, within
two minute' walk of the car line. Tins Una
Ideal proposition for ene wanting a home on
easy term. Harry C. Pattareo. SOttf
WANTED A tool sharpener, at once. Apply
or address American Granite Company, Hard-
wick, Vt. ioih
WANTED At once: a man to square for
eurfac cutter, World Granite Company, East
Barre, Vt, 150t4
WANTED Hot, 18 years ef sge, te work le
Time office. Apply. ' ldOtf
MAN Good, te take orders forcusiem shirts.
Orders rnmeeaay; hlgh-clasa. permanent bus
inesa; fine profit; no monev or experience
neeoed; reference required. Dumville & Co.
Lockport, N. Y. 147U
TO RENT Boarding bona nn my quarry at
Woodburr, Vt. Fifteen boarder at present.
Also want eight band drillers. Ne belter lions
on anv granite quarry. I'artle now In the
heuse will leave as soon a arrangement ean
be made. E. K. Fletcher, nsrdwiek. vt, 15Ut
TO RENT Six-room fiat, third fleer. Bath,
hot water, electrla llghta. Key with Mra. Ord,
first floor, No. 17 Laurel Street. Inquire at No.
19 West Street. E. L. Smith. 14. tf
TO RENT t'p-talra tenement of five room
at H East Street. Inquire at Ji Eastern Aveuu
or telephone 245-M. 144t
TO KENT Modern seven-room cottage In a
central location. Inquire at tbe D. A. Perry
Real Esaate Agency, Howland, Block. ISStf
TO RENT At No. 9 Breok Street: six-room
tenement; all modern conveniences. Vaeant
September let. Also n email tenement at 39
Branch Street. Apply to Mra. Foraytbe, No. 9
Brook Street, city. Telephone 428-4. 14(jtf
TO RENT Seven-room cottage on Cedar St,
Telephone 101-11. U.'tf
STORE TO RENT Apply te J.
TENEMENT TO RENT Six rooms, modern
appliancos, on Maple Avenue. Apply t C W.
TO RENT Offices In the Wood Block.
TO RENT Tenement at 12 Elm Street.
TO RENT Two modern stores. N. tee or 871
North Main Street. Also a tenement en River
Street. Inquir of John Cleary, Set) North Mala
TO RENT I p-atair Uoement on Third St.
J. W. Mckola. Telephone 421-3. 8itf
TO RENT A small ehed; will rnc from six
to ten men. Inquire of LeClalr x MoNulty
Blackwell Street. 87tr
tO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few
rooms, well furnished; all modern improve
ments; bet and eeld water, bath, tjalalen
Black. 17'. North Main Street H4tftf
BOARD AND ROOMS
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
$500, five years - $4.75
$1000, five years, $7.50
Insure with Ballard
Strong Companies Money
Sure Payment Prompt.
WANTED At once t a fi rat-class experienced
waitress. Apply to Ur. yllle. Hotel Otis.
WANTED An experienced table glrL In
quire at tbe Eureka Hettaurant. l0tf
WANTED A temperate man to work on a
farm. Good y and steady job to a competent
man. None other need apply. O. L. Cheever
Galllsen Hill, Montpelier. Telephone call 64- W
WANTED Dining-room girl. Apply at
once. A. s. Sparrow, Montpelier Heuse, Mont,
poller, Vt. 135tf
WANTED A table girl, chamber girl and
Inundrr woman, at the North field House. North
field, Vt. US if
WANTED A machinist for nine-hour Job. at
once. Apply (o James Abern, No. 11 Blackwell
WANTED A few first clas
Harrison Granite Co,
WANTED Two flrst-caaa letter-cutter.
Apply to Martinson Estate Granite Co. l.'atf
Have yon tried our Baked n -an and Rrnwr
Fread? We have them every Saturday. W
know bow ro baka thein good. Mrs. Bariie fr
Co , Nu. Mount n treat. l'.'fitf
TO RENT Furnished room.
Apply at 71
TO RENT EuraisUed room at 83 Sooth Main,
TO RENT Two rooms In tbe Gordon Block
Apply to J. W. Gordon. 147t
TO KENT Furnished front room to rent a
44 Park Stroel. 14811
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT
All modern couvenlencea; at 90 Averill Street.
Call evening. Telephone 3U9-3. 140tf
TO KENT Furnished room: all modern
conveni -noe. Inquire at I" Wellington Street.
Air. MuCtsklll. l)tt
TO KENT Furnished rooms ; furnace beat,
elecirlo lights, etc; with or without board.
Inquire of Mra Mason Pag. 39 Elm Street'
Ilarre, Vt VStf
TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS -Woodbine,"
Miss Gladys N. Gale
Will reopen her snisic classes Sept. 1st
Special Child Garden Mtilo Course In
Piano. Harmony and History
Older and advanced pupil taken in classes
or for private work.
Studio 49 Welling! St Telephone 128-11
A FINE OPENING for a rrocery bnslnes In
the growing village of Hardwlok Koomr
store, barn anri tenera, nt if dealred. Win rent
or eell. Addresa Box 1V Hardwitk, Vt
Miss Bertha C. Bail
Member of Musicians' Union
Will Resume Teaching After Sept. 1
WANTED Dead horses te take sway In
f-rie. Monipeller. Webitrvllle, Oraaltevtlle
. ,d Kaat Barre. F. K. Bailey. Telephone eall,
W ANTKD A place to do housework in a
small family Good reference given. Addreas
Floaai A. lyler, Northneld, Vt- Hot 18
POSITION WANTED BY HOUSEKEEPER
American lady, competent aouaekeeper; In
widower's family of one or two. Oniy tem
pera' people need apply. Addreas Box 1M,
liandolph, Vt. 13Jtlu
LOST AND FOUND
Mil .si) Last night, en Alain Street, aa
I. A. A. o. H pm. Owner may claim aame at
limes oflloe by paying for advertisement. 15113
59 FRANKLIN ST.
LOST A earn of money, between Charlea
O'T'e heuse and "7 South Main Street. Finder
will be amply rewarded by callinz at the Time
TEL. 141-M office. lti(
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