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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1912.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY By having your plumbing heating, and all job work, tin caves troughs done here. roofing and Get prices on Andes Ranges. Stoves and E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square CASTOR I A lor Infants and Children. Tha Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature How Do You Feci? If you feel weak and languid, and trou bled with biliousness and indigestion, got Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, the best lax ative tonic. Any drug store at 25 cents; liquid or tablets. BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H, BANCROFT, M.D.C. Veterinary Physician and Surgeoi Itiduiie Ckicagt Yiterinary Colbgs X. E. Telephone, MI-IS Alio 111 People's Una OrncE and Hospital. South Barre "4 CARL C. PERKINS Electrical Engineer "4 Contractor Electric Fixtures and Supplies Electric Wiring of AU Kinds 199 Worth Main St Barre, Vt i Telephones: Store CSO-M, House 74 . DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In room 85, Miles building. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1:30 to 4 . m, Monday, Tuesday. Thurtday amd Friday. Telephone connection. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date ambulance la connection. EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone 229-11. 1 MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Pressing and Sepairing MOORE & OWENS, 122 North Main St. Barre. Vt RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music far all occasions. Latest and most populao music. Telephone - 342-21 HALE'S SPECIALTY! House Furnishing Store is the place where you can fur nish your home at living prices No. 118 North Main Street, Barre ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Sections. Hurry A. Ulack of Newport is a can didate to Succeed Charles A. Plumlcy as clerk of the House of Keprescnta tives. ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WELL? Pedro Campos of Porto Rico has been sent to the United States by his izov eminent to be educated and hiw entered the university of Vermont at Burling ton. As Mrs. Ella Berry was washing, the floor at the head of the stairs at her home in Norttifield Falls one dav last week, she made a misstep and fell head first down the stairs, which were not pro tected by a railing. Mrs. Berry was un conscious lor some time ana two rib were found broken, besides internal in juries. Auction Sale OF The Barre Opera House TAX3H VSHllCdlla CONCERT Edwin W. Bruce, Director and Manager s5 Nelson St. Telephone 422.12 REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mas. WtNSLOW ROOTHIMO 8YKUP has bwl red for over B1XTY YEARS br MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN W1IILB rKKTHINO. with FKRKKCT SUCCESS. It lOOTHBS ti.e CHILD, SOPTRNB the GUMS, U.LAYB all PAIN . C V'RHS WIND COLIC, and the beat remedy for DIARRHEA. It It ab nlutely harmless. Be sure and ask for " Mra inslow'e Soothing Syrup," and lake no other tind. Twenty-five cent a bot'. 10e Cigar, factory output now at the rato of thirty-five millions annually. By jar ins largest setting brand oi lue Ci gars in the world. Factory, Manches ter, N. H. - REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY 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 miles from Worcester Corner, THE SAID WHEELOCK PARM which contains 100 acres of land, 3.1 of which is valuable timber land. An ex pert has gone over this timber lot and estimated the timber to be worth $.5,000 find only a short distance to a mill. Farm will cut 12 to 15 tons of p-ood hay. Fields are smooth. Good sugar orcnard. fruit enough lor the place, apples, grapes and plums. Good 8-room house, well painted and in good re pair. A good-sized barn and horse barn with cemented basement. Running wa ter at house and barn. AU buildings in fine shape, have been well taken care of. Only one mile to school, postoftice end stores, and 8 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 do well to investigate this prop erty before the sale, as the lumber will more than pay for the farm. Come, and buy it, sell the lumber and have the farm clear. Personal Property One lhorse lum- ner wagon; one express wagon; one to b"Kgy one horse rake; one genuine buf falo robe; one driving harness; one straw cutter; five or six tons of cood hay; one water wheel and drag saw rig, with some small farm tools, such as hoes, forks, rakes, shovels, etc. Household Furniture Including conk stove, beds, bedding, couch andmanv articles not mentioned. All to be sold without limit or reserve. What We Never Forget. according to science, are the things as sociated with our early home life, sucn as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that mother or grandmother used to cure our burns, boils;, scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts, sprains or bruises, forty years ot cures prove its merit. Unrivaled for piles, corns or cold sores. Only io cents at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Flora Trayah. the 14-vear-oId girl who ran away from her home in Bur lington, has returned home with her lather and lover, Samuel Rizzo, whom' she set out to join. The girl was found at Witlierbee, N. V'., where she had made no attempt to hide. Her parents say they are willing she should marry Rizzo, except that they consider her too young. Charles McCarthy of Castleton, who suffered a double fracture of the skull Monday when he fell between two cars on the electric railway at Rutland, died on the operating tabic at the Rutland Citv hospital Monday night, lie had f worked for the firm but two months, and was 30 years old. Many Barre People Know the Impor tance of Healthy Kidneys. The kidneys filter the blood. I hey work night and day. Well kidneys remove impurities. Weak kidneys allow impurities to mul tiply. No kidney ill should be neglected. There is possible danger in delay. If you have backache or urinary trou bles, If you are nervous, dizzy or worn out. Begin treating your kidneys at once; I'se a proven kidney remedy. None endorsed like Doan'g Kidnev Pills. Recommended by thousands. Proved by Barre testimony. Mrs. David Pecor, 8 Harrington St., Barre, Vt., says: "We have used Doan's Kidney Pills in our family with the most excellent results and I do not hesitite to publicly endorse them. They are the best remedy on the market for kidney trouble and do as they are advertised to do. A member of mv family was cured of backache and kidney ailments by Iran's Kidney Pills." for sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Kemember the name Jan s and take no other. 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, live years - $4.75 $1000, five years, $7.50 Insure with Ballard StrongCompanies Money Sure Payment Prompt. FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockhol ders of the Barre Railroad company will be held at the general olhce ot the com pany at Barre, Vt., on Thursday, Sep tember lfl, 1912, at 11:30 o'clock a. m. for the following purpose: First: To elect a board of directors for the ensuing year. Second: To transact any other law ful business. W. A. Stowell, Clerk. Barre, VI. MRS. ANN C. WHEELOCK, Aimx. C. F. Smith, Auctioneer. H. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator City and farm property. Timber land. Quarry land. Building lota. Tenements lor rent. Commissions reasonable. Rooms 4 and 5, Mil Blaok Telephone 314-3, Barre, Vermont. nrn nrnin aiiiiiai a HtU OtUAti MINULtS EXTRA CLEARS right from the Pacific coast. The best roofing next to slate. Full count bunches. Tost less and worth more than eastern Cedar Shingles of same quality. A car load just unloaded at Plainfleld. For sale by DELL B. DWINELL East Calais, Vt, Real estate owners now open your eyes. Investigate, study and thus become wise, lo the fact that Bishopric Wall Board is better than lath and plaster, saves 10 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. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS "JEWELRY i When YOU want a niece ot I artistic, guaranteed quality I Jewelry, come jn and see our splendid display. 0. J. DODGE. The Jeweler. 200 Main St. Sole Agency for "Boston American" in Bane. ....a Wire Us and we will Wire You Barre Electric Co., 135 NorH Maia Street. Whttlock I Wdt, Telephone 98-W I FIRE Insurance Bates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies and five Mutuals. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competition met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. J. W. DILLON, S ea 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt AUCTION SALE OF Real Estate and Personal Property As I have decided to give up farming. 1 will sell at public auction to the high est bidder, oil Saturday, September 14,1912 At 10 O'clock in the forenoon, on the premises where I now live In Washington, Vt., known as the Lyman Barrow or (ieorge Trombley farm, sit uated only 2 miles from Washington vil lage, MY HOME FARM which contains 213 acres of land. Ma chine mowed fields, all up in high state of cultivation. Farm will keep 40 head of cattle and team. Large amount of hard and soft wood timber, enough to pay for farm. Good sugar orchard and plenty of fruit. Good sized farm house Snd large barns. Buildings all in good shape, running water at house and barn. This farm is a money maker for anvone 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 vearling bull .and 11 spring calves,; 25 nens, 1 10-vear-old bar mure, weight 1,400 lbs., a nice brood mare, 1 black horse and 1 four-yesr-old colt, all good workers and drivers. Farm Tools and Machinery 1 four horse power Wocdpecker gasoline en gine with drag and circular siw rigs, and all belts for same; one 2-horse lumber wagon; dump cart; express wsgon; Concord buggy; 1 set 2-horse traverse sleds, sleigh and pung sleigh; 2 sets double work harnesses, one set driving harnesses; Peering mowing machine; horserake; hay tedder; wheel barrow j spring tooth harrow; three plows; cul tivator; grindstone; set of Fairbanks platform scales; 30 gteel traps; guns; snowshoes; two bicycles; cider barrels; chains; hoes; forks; rakes shovels; neck- vokes; whiffletrees and many other small tools. Dairy Tools 1 Economy cream sepat- ator nearly new; 2 barrel churns; but ter worker; mil cans and pails. Sugar Tools Pans and tin buckets. Crops 10 to 50 tons of good hay cut early and in nice shape. A quantity of green oats. 300 head of cabbage and V acre of potatoes in the field. 163 run of hard slab wood, 15 run of circular wood, 2 cords of 4-foot wond. Household Furniture Including kitch en range; chunk stove; 7 beds and 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 at noon. PETER ROSTOUSKOR, Owner. C. F. Smith, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. ! Thirty-five dwelling houses have been erected in Rutland in 1912, also the shrine temple, six garages and a new office building for the F. R. Patch Man ufacturing company. Business of all kinds is looking prosperous in Rutland and the building activities are only vnt evidence. Four hundred and fifteen pupils' were enrolled in the Rutland high school the first day of this term, the largest num ber in the history of the school. There are 76 in the senior class, 78 in the junior, 118 in the sophomore, 128 in the fresh man, 10 vi! the teachers' course and five in the post-graduate course. Two barns in East Fairfield we're struck by lightning Saturday. One was owned by A. B. Rooney and there was no damage done. The other, which was owned by Mr. Rooney 's brother, Joseph Kconey, was Uestrovot with all its con tents of ha v. J he insurance did not more than cover the loss on the hav, so the large barn was a total loss to Mr, Rooney. The asbestos mines of the Chrysolite Asbestos corporation at Lowell have shipped 83H.000 pounds to Germany and 30,000 pounds to Antwerp within a short time. The asbestos had .to be hauled 14 miles to the nearest rsilroad station. Germany gets most of its supply from Canada and this mine, which is the only corporation in the United States, could easily be made one of the main indus tries of the state if it had railroad trans portation through the Missisquoi valley to North Troy. Y. M. C. A, at State Fair. The Windsor County Vt. Y. M. C. A. committee, which in the post has done such splendid work in connection with the Vermont State fair, is arranging to extend its usefulness during the coming fair, to be held at White River Junc tion, Sept. 17 to 20 inclusive. The big l. SI. C. A. public service tent on the fair grounds will contain an informa tion bureau for the free use of visitors to the fair and all the other special privileges and comforts offered to the public last year. I here will be a free nursery for the care and entertainment of the little folks, and the baby contest which is one of the new features of the fair will be judged in this tent. me commute win also conduct an emergency hospital under the care of good physicians and a competent trained nurse. This hospital will be marked by the Red Cross (lag. A telephone will he installed in the rest department and individual drinking cups and towels will be dispensed free. Writing tablets and reading matter will be provided during the day and evening. At the fair grounds everything is be ing put in readiness for the big event. Arrangements are completed for the proper accommodation of the big Morok aeroplane which will fly each day of the fair and the stage in front of the grand stand has been prepared for the free attractions that will be shown every day, A new Morgan horse arena has been built with attractive white-painted fense and a grand stand erected for the crowds that annually watch the judg ing of Morgans. All available space in the exhibition halls was taken weeks ago and many requests for spnee have had to be refused. The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Sale. To Let, etc. short advertisements at the rate of four lines for twentv-five cents for the first inser tion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE f arm of about 100 acres In South Itveirat. Vt.. with or without stock ana larni ins- tools. Address Mrs. T. W. Built)), Groton. Vermont. lSUlli For Sale at Perry's CITT FARM One hundred and sixty-eight acres near Montpelier; thirteen minutes' walk from business section; sewer; city water; side walks: electric lisrht. etc.: all the advantages. I his farm will appeal to you If ynu are looking Tor something extra nice; ail swK-sen ana wrote ready for business. Over thirty head of stock ; pair of heavy horses; (rood equipment of tools a wins or excellent nay noil an growmi Fields are smooth and the soil is excel- The Men Who Succeei Labor is scarce in Brattleboro and! Contractor J. C. Connors of Schenectady, X. Y., who has the contract for laying ..- a i . 1 . j 1 1 .. : i, . much difficulty in keeping' his work- folly for a man to endure a weak ... !,r h. rt ,i. run-down, half alive condition when mand at this time for this class of la bor. Frequently an agent for some oth er contractor will come to town and in duce the laborers to take another posi. tion. Mr. Connors expected to be able to lay about 1,000 lineal feet per day, but with his reduced number of work men he is only able to lay about 000 feet. This same trouble with help is experienced by the railroad contractors, Holbrook, Cabot 4 Rollins. Acute com petition for workmen has been going "n in town for several weeks, and the result is that a large number of these workers have gone to other towns in New Kngland to work rn similar jobs. as heads of large enterprises are men of great energy. Success, to-dar. de mands health. To ail is to fail. It's en Electric Bitters will put him right on his feet in short order. "Four bottles did me more real good than any othe, medicine 1 ever took," writes "diaries B. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After years of siinering with rheumatism, liver trou ble, stomach disorder, and deranged kidneys, I am again, thanks to Electric Bitters, sound and well." Try them, Only 50 cents at the Red Cross Phar maey. about 75 urns of erooa. Fields ar lent. Siiearlmsh: itood pastures ; modern barns witnnnestames. Mouse nas mouern piumoinfr, etc. 'n account of poor health the owner wishes to sen evrrytuinx ana win give immeaiaie p session. Price low considering the property. Let us show this to you. lot TO FXCHAWGE-Klght-room house, barn and quite a iUntny or lana tor sinuner prop erty in central location, 'ihls is an ideal place for gardening. 151 WOOD LOT TOR SALE-'rlce 650. 151 A LARGE TIMBER TRACT-rstimated l,500,uou feet soft wood. , 151 Ask for our llluslrattd Firm Catalogue The D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency BARRE, VERMONT FARM FOR RALE Contains 146 acres, more or lees; good sugar place of 10 trees, wita aew Leader rig; nam sux4(l: stock and tools Apply to I). L. Scott, Kaat Calais. loUtf A Six -Room House for Sale Cheap Furnace heat, set tubs and all modern conveniences. Also some household goods for sale. Apply after four o'clock at Georee Williamson's, 1 Bank Street. ist FOR SALE In Sooth Ba're: an eight-room cottage house lo fine shape; barn and wooti ahed. Tat parttcolara Inquire ef M. L Lewia. South Barre, Vt 14?tl0 FOR SALE. FOK BALK CHEAP FOB CASH One new I H.C manure spreader. Alto one one-hors power gasoline engine, frank K. Heard, Barre, Verinout. If ltd FOK 8ALB CHEAP FOB CASH One three borse Sainton thresher, nearly new. Mounted on trucks. Apply So Mrs. W. W. Ladd, U. t. IK Mo. I. liarra. 15013 FOK HALF Good wagons, top buggy, trap, exprets with brake, sleigh, traverse, uarneea, horse g-oodt, eta. Atrgaiue. Any offer ooniid ered. Cuh. wood, produee. Call or write tnf Int. Wheelock, Seal Kst., Montpeller. ISlUj FOK SALE One Mmsdeld range, one feather bed. one bed and spring. Apply at S Thurston, Place. 14Vt( FOK RALE A flrst-elass drlvlng-borae; weight lors pounds. The horse can be seen by calling at tbe 4,'uiler Liver Stable and Inquir ing of Kenneth Mcbolaon, 83 Elm Street loetf HOUSEHOLD FUKN1TUKE FOB 8ALK-J Inquire at 05 Maple Avenue. ISOtf FOR SALE A few cows; wtll freshen sooa. Inquire ot U G. Perrin. East Hill. Telephone can, m-i. mtt LOOK I An up-to-date bicycle, fully equip ped and in first-elass order. A bargain for cash. Better be tbe first one to look at It. Cbarios H. Ford, at C M. lieuyon & Co. s CVsh Bargain Store. 148 IU FOR BALE Honsebold goons, all in good condition. eean. Come after four o'oloek. at t'J Branch Street. 149t& FOR SALE A flvt-norse power gasoline engine, with drag-saw outfit, in perfect condi tion. Will soil for $100.00 eatu. Inquire ef Arthur Cate, Wllliamstown, Vt 147tt! FOR SALE Thirty White Wrandotte bens. thorough breds. An excellent chance to stock up at a reasonable price. J. W. Boberts, Botith Barre, Vt. Telephone 38-2L 14 7 1 FOR SALE Wagons and harness of all styles. Home good bargains. Immediate de livery. Five large depot busses and several fine borset to be sold at cloae of seuon. The Bretton Woods Company, Bretton Woods, N. H FOR MALE A good work horse, cheap. Weight atmut 1300 pounds. Inquire of Charle Coobraa, Plainfleld, Vt. IXiVM FOR SALE Horse, buggy, sleigh, harness and robea. This horse ta an exceptionally good ladies' driver. Address 'A." care ef Times office. 13:tt FOR SALE Two hardwood chamber sets. one oak dining-table, one small center table. two large chairs, remgerator, one Glenwood range. In lr. Lamb's tenement house at No. 39 Summer Street J, C Griggs. 12Jtf FOR SALE A work or driving horse; aloe second-band wagons. Inquire St Fapln Bros. L!Try. lilt FOR SALE Figs aad tbeats. I wilt else do butchering, ken Batcbelder. Telepbene call, 7 M. eitf FOR SALE The sweetest Corn that grows, Pickling Cucumbers. . Tomatoes, green or ripe. Late, tender String: Beans, fine to cook, can or pickle. Shell Beans and fine, mealy Potatoes. A. XV. ALLEN, SUN NT SIDE FARM Have for Your Inspection a nice line of Woodpecker Gasoline Engines, Stover Engine, and tbe greatest bargain In a i s-4 nnrte cower biiaon r.ngine, mounted on aad trucks, wltb live different size pulleys. and one pump jack for pumping water. iti ana see it at ARKLEYS BARRE. VT TO RENT TO RENT An up-to-date tenement on first oor. with furnace and all wonern Improve ments. K. U ieuimore, corner of Brook and Fieaant streets. 16'Jtf FOR BALE My twe-tenement house on North Bemiesrr Street Rents for $.-.'.OOpr month, ixewiy paintea ana in gooa repair. lr. ('. II. Kent for particulars see nr. v- Steele. Howiand Building. 139tf GRANITEVILLE. Members of Granite Mountain lodge, Xo. m, I. O. O. F., M. V., will please take notice that the regular meeting will be held on Thursday evening. Sept. 12, instead of Friday, Per order secretary. T E MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD S OFFERING NEW AND ATTRACTIVE PASSENGER SERVICE BE TWEEN BARRE AND MONTPELIER AND BOSTON. Through Coach leaves Barre at 7:05 a. m. and Montpelicr at 7:45 a. m. daily, except Sunday, Arrives 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 9:30 p, m. and Mont pelier at 10:00 p. m. DAILY, arriving in Boston at 7:30 a. m. Pullman Farlor 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. ra. 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 IX EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN BARRE, MOXTPLLIER AND BOSTON. How's 1 his? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for sny ease of atairh that cannot be cured by Hall's Lftiwru .ure, F. J. CHENEY A CC Toledo. O, We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Che. per tor the last 1J years, and believe bins per fectly honorable in all business trantaotiima and financially able to carry out any obligations maun oj ma urm. Katioxal Ba5K or Coxwssn, Toledo, Ohio, Hall's Catarrh Cnre Is taken Internally acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces or tbe njretem. Testimonials sent tree. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. Cunard Line Boston Queaastown Liverpool LACOXIA. September 17, October 15 FBANCOXIA, October!, October 2 New York Flshgaard Liverpool LLSITAMA, Sept 18. CABONIA,8pt.Il Calls at Queeastown WINTER CRUISES New York MedHerranean-Adriatic LA COMA, Not. 8. FKANCONIA, Not. 58 Drafts on Great Britain, Ireland, Scotland 126 STATE STREET BOSTON ot locsl ageati: If. Ballard, Miles Block Karre.Vt ; S. a Ballard, Lawrence Building) Montpelier, Vt WHITE STAR LINE lOSTQMUEENSTIWM-LIVEnPHL Arabic. Bept. 14 Cymrte, oet. 8 One Class Cabin Steamer (II) $33.90 and up Office, 84 State Street, Boston, Mass. Or apply to local ageau A3TATE OF JAMES M. PERRY. STATE OF VERMONT, j The Honorable District of Washington, as. Probate Court for tbe District aforesaid : To the Heirs and all ferions Interested In tbe estate of James M. erry, late of the City of Barre in said Distrtot, deceased. Greeting: Wkereaa, application bath been made to ibis Court In writing, by the Administratrix, pray ing for license and authority to sell all of tbe real estate of ssid deceased, to wit: Situated In tbe City of Barre in said District, Representing to ald Court that It would be beneficial to the heirs and all persons interested In the estate of paid deceased, tn eell said real estate end convert the same Into money. And bringing Into Court the consent and approbation In writing, of all the heirs to said estate residing In this State, and setting forth tne eiiueuon or tuo real estate. Whereupon, tbe said Court appointed and assigned Uie 18th day of September, 191, at the Probate Ofhoe in Montpelier in said District, to near ana aeciaeanon saia kDDiioation aoa peti tion, and ordered public notice thereof tn be f:lven to all persons interested therein, ny pun ching said order together with tbe time and place uf hearing, three weeks successively in the Barre Dally Times, a newspaper which circulates in the neighborhood of tboae persons interested In said eetate. all of whlxb publica tions shall be previous to the day assigned for bearing. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place as signed, then and there la said Court to make your objections to the granting of sucb license, if yon see causa Given under ml hand at Montpelier in said District, tbls :8th day of August. 19 rj. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge, aug 2V sept 5-11 FOK SALE Twelve acres and building on Trow Hill. Pays better than eleven per rent en price ankea aoovo expenses. euer invra. tlgate. W. W. Sutton. 134tf FOR SALE OR KENT Block at 107 Sontb Main Street Store, tenement, barn and sheds. Homer Fills. lS f FOR SALE My house at 90 Nelson Street Houie new, all finished In red bircb i ail modern conveniences: steam heat. Large lot A bar rain for someone, as I am leaving the city, Also household furniture at private sate. Call at bouse. C K. Lynhan', No. 30 Nelson Street Barre. 123ti FOR SALE A new house jett completed, Heated in a resideatlal portion of the city, oa Nelaon Street Best of birt h finish with hard wood floors. Steam heat bath, bet aad cold water, set tubs and electric lltbts. it Is tburoaghly built Sonne. Hack plaster. It Is located on a large lot and on dry soil, within two mlnntee' walk of the car Ilea This ta an Ideal preposition for one wanting a heme on uit ternie. Harry C Pattertoa. toitr HELP WANTED WANTED A flrst-elass carver and also a flrat'clsss surface cutter. Apply to J. P. Cor- skie&Soo. lttttl WANTED A teel sharpener, at once. Apply or address Amerloan Granite Company, Harrt- wlck, Vt. ion WANTED At once: a man to square for surface cutter. World Granite Company, East Barre, Vt laws MAN Good, ta take orders for custom sbirta Orders enme esay; blgb-class, permanent bus iness: Bee profl'si no money or experience neeaedj reference required. Dumville & Co.. Lockport, N. Y. 147t WANTED At once : a fl t-class experienced wsitreis. Appl; to Mrs. Willie, Hotel Otis. UStf WANTED An experienced table girL In quire at tha Eureka ties taurant H0 If Htt treat W University Place One block west of Broadway NEW YORK CITY. Within eeev walking distance from Whnioa sale and ketall Dry Goods Districts. Con veniently near Railroad and Steamship Lines. The only modern absolutely fire proof transient hotel below 2Jd Street. 300 Rooms, (200 with both) RATE5 PRO,! Sl.-per DAV UPWARD Exrellret Rntaennt end Cafe. ModnMe Pikes. 5end for free Illustrated Guide and -I Map of New Vork City. . WE ALWAYS CARRY THE VERY BEST DAIRY PRODUCTS 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 D. dodge: 300 North Main St. - Barre, Vt WANTED A temperate man to work on a farm. Good py and steady Job to a competent man. None other need apply. O. L. Chsever, Gallinon Hilt, Montpelier. Telephone call S4-W Montpelier. 13tf TO KENT Lunch cart, situated oa North. Main Street, opposite Palace Garage. Fully ! equipped. or particulars can at ence. iait;o TO RENT Boarding bouse on my quarry at Woodbury, Vt. Fifteen boarders at present, I Also want eight band drillers. No bet ter housa on any granite quarry. Parties now In tha bouse will leave as soon as arrangements eaa be made. E. B, Fletcher. Hardwica. Vt lMite TO RENT Six-room flat, third floor. Bath, hot water, electric lights. Key with Mra Urd, Brut floor. No. 17 Laurel Street. Inquire at No ID West Street E. L Smith. U tf TO BENT Modern seven-room cottage In a central location. Inquire at tbe D. A. Perry Beat Esaale Agency, llowland Block. 138tfi TO RENT At Ne.8 Brook Street: six-room' tenement; all modern convenienoei. Vacant September 1st Also a small tenement at 2 BrancbStraet Apply to Mra Forsythe, No. Brock Street, city. Telephone 428-4. 14tr TO RENT Seven-room cottage en Cedar SR Telephone 101-1L 18'Jtf. STORK TO RENT Apply to J. oettl, Barre. B. Bangal- 123 tf TENEMENT TO RENT Six rooms, modern appliances, on Maple Avenue. Apply to C W. Melcher. 121tf TO KENT Offices In the Wood Block. Perry, Agent C M. HVtf TO BENT Tenement at 12 Elm Street Perry, Agent CM. 117tf TO BENT Two modern stores. No. 169 or 871 North Mala Street, Also a tenement on Hirer Street Inquire of John Cleary, 1M) Nortn Main Street UStf TO RENT TJp-stairo tenement on Third Be Telephone 421-3. J. Vf. Nickels. atf lO RENT A small shed: will ran from six to ten men. Inqaire of Le Clair & MoNulty , Blaokwell Street 87tf TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few rooms, well furnished; ail modern improve ments: ket end eeld water, earn, vismien Rlovk. 17'J North Mala Street X4tf BOARD AND H00MS TO RENT Furnished rooms. Miles Block. Apply st 71 tsots TO RENT Furnished room at 33 Sooth Main Street 149tf TO RENT Two rooms In tha Gordon Block. Apply to J. W. Gordon. 147ta WANTED Dining-room rlrls. Apply at once. A. S. Sparrow, Montpelier House, Mont, pelier, Vt. 135tf WANTED A table girl, chamber girl aad laundrr woman, at the Nurttifield House. North field, Vt 133tf WANTED A machinist for nine-hour job. at once. Appiy to jamea anern, iNO. it aiackwett Street V)it WANTED A few first class Harrison Granite Co. stonecutters. liutf WANTED Two first-e'asa letter-cutters. Apply to Martinson Estate Granite Co. Ktitf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. A FINE OrEXING for a grocery business In the growing vlllsg of Hardwlck. Hoemy store, bjrn anil tvneini nt If desired. Will rent or sell. Address -Box Hi," Hardwtrk, Vt 1 Jtitine Miss Bertha C. Bau PIANOFORTE TEACHER Mr-mbcr of Musicians' Union Will Rcaume Teaching After Sept.' 1 59 FRANKLIN ST. TEL. 141-M Miss Gladys N. Gale Will reopen her nntic classes Sept. 1st Special Child -Garden Music Coursa In Piano, uarmony sua History Older and advanced pupils taken in classes or for pnvste work. Stuc'io 43 Wellinglon St. Telephone 128-11 TO KENT Furnished front room to rent as 44 Park Street. 14tf NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT All modern conveniences ( atWAverill Street Call evenings. Telephone 209-3. 14Stf TO KENT Famished room; all modern eonTenl'nnos. Inquire at 17 Wellington Street. Mrs. McCasklll. l-".'tf TO RENT Furnished rooms; furnace beat, eleotric lighfe, etc. ; with or without board. Inquire of Mrs. Mason Page, 99 Elm Street Barre, Vt ftt TABLE HOARD AND ROOMS At Weoaktne," 7 Jefferson Street "The JSitf WANTED FARM WANTED Reliable party would Ilk to hire a farm all stocked for a year or term of years, wltb privilrge of buying. Addrese re or im Farm," care t imes oflioe. lS.tf WANTED Dead horses to tike sway la Barre, Montpelier. Webttsrvllle, Granltevlile and East 'Barre. F. K. Bailey. Telephone call, 3e5-W. 14mo3 WANTED A place to do housework in a small family Good references given. Addrese Flossie A. Tyler, Nerlbtleid, Vt ltotis POSITION WANTED BY HOUSEKEEPER American lady, competent housekeeper; la wldower'a family of one or two. Oniy tern pera'e people need apply. Address Box 1M, Randolph, Vt I3tlti LOST AND FOUND FOi: l Last nlrht. on slain Street, aa I. A. A O. H. pin. Owner may claim ssme at limes office by psying for advertisement 141 tf HOME BAKERY Have yen tried our Baked Braas and Brawn Dread? Vie hare them every Saturdav. Wo know bow to bake them good. Mra Barnes A Co., Nw. Mount Street liiit