THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1912.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
By having your plumbing, heating,
i and all job work, tin roofing and
j caves troughs done here. '
j. Get prices on Andes Stoves, and
E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square
CASTOR I A
For Infant 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
Baxter'! Mandrake Bitters, the best lax
ative tonic. Any drug store at 25 centsi
liquid or tablets.
Miss Bertha C Bau
Member of Musicians' Union
Will Resume Teaching After Sept. 1
no FRANKLIN ST. TEL. 141-M
ERNEST H. BANCROFT, IOC.
: Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
fjlduiU Chicago iiferinarj Col.'eji
N. E. Telephone, Ml-It
Alt the People's Una
Office and Hospital. South Barre
CARL 0. PERKINS
Electrical Engineer" Contractor
Electric fixtures and Supplies
Electric Wiring of All Kind
109 North Main St. Bane, Vt
Telephones t Store 8S9-M, House 74-1.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
Office In room 85. Milaa building. Office
hours, 0 a. m. to 12 m. and liSO to 4
. m, Monday, Tuesday, .Thursday aad
Friday. Telephone connection.
There will be an auction sale of
X at Alexander &Co.s storehouse, Depot Square,
Saturday, September 14, at 1 P. M.
I O. H. HALE, Atctioneer.
ABOUT THE STATE
Happenings of Interest From Dif
. ferent Sections. .
Hi.' J. WH1TC0MB
Calls answered promptly day or night.
An up-to-date ambulance in connection.
EAST BARRE, VT.
Also Cleaning, Pressing
MOORE & OWENS,
122 North Main St. Barre, Vt
The annual meeting of the stockhol
ders of the Barre Railroad company will
be held at the general office of the com
pany at Barre, Vt., on Thursday, Sep
tember 19, 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.
W. A. Stowell, Clerk.
Music for all occasions.
Latest and most pulao
Telephone ... 342-21
The Barre Opera House
DANCE Orchestra CONCERT
Edwin W. Bruce, Director
and Manager ,f
25 Nelsea St. Telephone 422.12
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.
Mas. Wiwslows Sooth ihu Stout has been
sed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILB
TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It
SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS,
ALLAYS all PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC, and
ie the beet remedy for DIARRHCEA. It U ab
solutely harmless. Be rare aad ask for "Mrs.
WinstoWi Soothing tyrup," and take oo other
kind. Twenty-five cent a bottle.
A WATCH is a delicate piece
of machinery. It calls for
less attention than most
machinery, but must be cleaned
and oiled occasionally to keep
With proper care a Waltham
watch will keep perfect time
for lifetime. It will pay you
well to let us clean your watch
every xa or 18 months.
All work done promptly
Watchmaker and Jeweler
7 North Mala Street, Barre, Vt.
The voters of fire district No. 1 are
warned to meet iu firemen's hall on Fri
day, September 13, at 7:30 o'clock to
see what action may be taken to im
prove the water system.
A SAFE SAVINGS BANK.
During its more than twenty-three
years of existence, the Hyde Park 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 means a close adherence to the
motto of the bank from its start, name
ly: 'Safety first, last and always";
"high rates of interest never."
Ieposits in this bank; receive 4 per
cent, interest, compounded semi-annu.
ally, with all the taxes paid by the
10c Cigar, factory output now at the
rate of thirty-five millions annually. By
far the largest selling brand of 10c Ci
gars in the world. Factory, Manches
ter, N. H.
H. A. PHELPS
Real Estate Operator
City and farm property. Timber land.
Quarry land. Building lota. Tenements
for rent. Commissions reasonable.
Reams 4 aad 5, Miles Bleak
Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont.
Real estate owner now open your eyes.
Investigate, study and thus become wise,
To the 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.
WANTS IN THE
TIMES AND GET
When YOU want a piece of !
artistic, guaranteed quality I
T t . 1 Z
.leweiry, come m ana see our
O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler.
200 Mam St. Sola Agency for
"Boston American" la Barre.
and we will
Barre Electric Co.,
135 North Msia Street. Wheeleek Hock,
Rial Estate and Personal Property
As I have decided to give up farming,
I will sell at public auction to the Inch
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 as the Lyman
Barrow or fteorge Tromhley farm, sit
uated only 2 miles from Washington vil
MY HOME FARM
which contains 2H3 Hcres 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
and large barns. Buildings all in good
shape, running water at house and barn.
This farm 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 calves,; 25
hens, 1 10-vear-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 Wood pecker gasoline en
gine with drag and circular saw rigs, and
all belts for same; one 2-horse lumber
wagon; dump cart; express wagon;
Concord buggy; 1 set 2-norse traverse
Bleds, sleigh and ptlnsr sleigh; 2 sets
double work harnesses, one set driving
harnesses; Lieering mowing machine;
horserake; hay tedder; wheel barrow j
spring tooth harrow; three plows; cul
tivator; grindstone; set of Fairbanks
platform scales; 30 steel traps; guns;
snowshoes; two bicycles; cider barrels;
chains; hoes; forks; rakes shovels; neck
yokes; whifllctrees and many other small
Dairy Tools 1 Economy cream sepat-
ator nearly new; t barrel churns; but
ter worker! milk cans and pails.
Sugar 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. 165 run
of hard slsb wood, 15 run of circular
wood, 2 cords of 4-foot wood.
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
PETER ROSTOUSK0S, Owner.
C. F. Smith, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.
William C. Gary of Lyndonvillc, a
dealer in automobile supplies, has filed
a petition in bankruptcy with the
clerk of the United states court. Ho
gives his liabilities as $2,585.03 with as
sets of $1007, of which $100 is claimed
to be exempt.
Rutland's $5,000 auto truck is laid up
for repairs, which will cost so much the
city does not feel equal to assuming the
expense. The rear tires are worn out
and new ones will cost $400. About
$1,300 was expended in repairs on the
truck last year.
Luenberg has one cane of smallpox, as
Alvi Gilson of Fast Burke, who came
to attend a funeral, was attacked be
fore he returned home. As ft result,
the churches were closed 8unday, but
a. service was held on the park. Strict
quarantine is being imposed.
The train wreck near Bennington Sat
urday-night, in which three lives were
lost, has aroused the people of that place
to action and the board of trade has
called ft meeting for this evening to
talk the matter over, I he Bennington
station lias been out on from all com
munication with the train despatcher's
oniee at Tvorth. Bennington and the re
suiting condition is but evidenced by
the collision ot the trains in the wreck
The train crew of the passenger train
is unable to get any word as to where
the milk train is and the possibility of
a collision continually exists.
Several of the farmers in Windham
ham county are beginning to cut their
tobacco crop and the crop as a whole is
of excellent quality, although the
weather conditions in the early summer
were very unfavorable. Several fields
which were backward three weeks ago
are now looking almost up to the aver
age and in two weeks more w-ill be in
flrst-cla condition to cut. However,
considering the danger from frost the
farmers will cut their fields as soon
as laborers can be secured. These are
vary scarce and expensive owing to the
building of the new railroad. A con
siderable portion of the tobacco has al
ready been sold, the price being about
18 cents a pound which is considered
Foot Agony Vanishes
No Matter How Sore or Painful Your
Feet, Yos can Dance With Joy
Right After Rubbing on EZ0.
Don't feel blue and gloomy; good
comfortable feet are easy to get. Ask
the Red Cross Pharmacy for a 25 cent
jar of EZO a really refined ointment,
sold on money back plan.
Then rub it on those sore, tired,ten
der, burning, sweaty feet and the mis
ery will diappear like magic.
Nothing on earth so good for rorns,
bunions, cailouses, sunburn, chafing,
prickly heat, and eczema.
it was niscovered, alter a warning
had been posted for a special meeting,
that there was no law giving Bristol
a right to vote money for the purchase
of the Bristol Novelty Co. plant, but
a way out of the difficulty was discov
ered. Mr. Thomas, the head of the New
Haven Mills Manufacturing Co., said he
would give $2,500 for the Bristol Novel
ty Co.'s plant, and the directors placed
their figures at $4,000, making a differ
ence oi ijisi. Miliscription papers
were circulated and 1,S10 was sub-
scrilied, and the New Haven plant will
locate in nnstoi. me industry will
give employment to from 30 to 60 peo
ple, mere is a growing sentiment fa
vorable to exempting the new company
from taxation for term of years ,
SOME KNOW AND
SOME KNOW NOT
But Those Who Do Not Know Now
Have an Opportunity of Find
The above caption is not related to a
Persian proverb by adoption. It may be
recalled that some wise old philosopher
in that part of the world where the
prayer rugs come from once said some
thing of the sort and "tall grass'' writ
ers have ever since used it as their
The fact remains that some do know
and some know that they don't know.
It is with the latter that we would
The Times is distributing "Every
body' Cyclopedia," a work of reference
that should be in every home. It tells
you thst the sapphire is next in money
value to the diamond; that the tower of
London is the oldest fortress in the
city; that the demand for copper cents
necessitates a minting of 4,000,000 pen
nies every month; then it gU'es you
the birthplace of William Perm, the orig
inal price paid for Alaska by the United
States and the duration of the war of
1812. If you are already acquainted
withthese facts that all grown-ups
should know, then there is the history
of the science of aeronautics which voa
may not know, along with the causes of
ocean tides, the amount which the United
States paid Spain for the Philippines and
other facts pertaining to the past and
present which some know and some know
Here is the opportunity for those who
do not know. All yon need to do is to
turn to the coupo.i on another page of this
issue where the plan is explained. Clip
this coupon and present it with five oth
ers and the promotion expense amount
named in the announcements and get
this useful reference set.
NEXT MEETING AT BURLINGTON.
King's Daughters Have $386.30 in Treas
uryLarge Death List in Past Year.
Eighty-five delegates were in attend
ance yesterday at the annual convention
of the King's Daughters in Montpelier.
The address of welcome was given by
Mrs, S. N. Ballard, of Montpelier, secre
tary of Washington county, which was
responded to by Mrs. A. I, Cross of
Kwanton, acting vice-president.
I he report of the state treasurer, Mrs.
Lucy J. B. Burt of Bennington, showed
a balance in the bank of $386.30. In
the Bethany Homo fund there is $223.87.
Ten of the fourteen counties of the state
are organized in the King's Daughters
work, the four unorganized being Es
sex, Orleans, Grand Isle and Lamoille.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. E. M, Denny
of Montpelier conducted ft memorial serv
ice, the necrology list including: Mrs.
Ida G. Sunderland, Mrs. Alice Newton
Durivagh, Mrs. Minnie L, French, Mrs.
M. A. Chase, Mrs. R. M. Spaulding,
Airs. r. L. Stiles. Mrs. II. J. Bailey, Mrs.
Lizzie Uarrnh, Airs, flora Bogle, Mrs
Rosa Mclntyre, Mrs. Flora Flint, Mrs.
Minnie Raymond, Mrs. Mary Kidder,
Mrs. Phenora Gorten, Mrs. Minnie
Wright, Mrs. C. L. Green, Mrs. Charles
Turner, Mrs. Cyrus Williams, Mrs. Polly
A. Williams, Mrs. .luliett H nitney, Miss
Ella Wwulward, Mrs. Louise Sherman
Mrs. Wallace Ross, Mrs. Ann Thomas,
Mrs. Martha Sheldon, Mrs. Persia Har-
vev, Mrs. Mary Tree.
Addresses were given during the aft
ernoon by Mrs. W. P. Jackson of St. Al
bans on junior work; by Mrs. Fred But
terficldvof Windsor county on "Our Work
in Lending a Hand"; by Rev. W. Prkyn
Jackson of St. Albans on "The King and
the I.ad, and hy Miss &, Kliza Sea
sions on "A Glimpse of Kurn Hattin."
Kesignstions were read and accepted
from Mrs. Phillips of Braintrce, Orange
county secretary, Mrs. Staples of "Wind
sor county and Mrs. Harwood of Ben
nington county. Burlington invited the
convention to meet there next year and
the invitation was accepted.
Last evening Miss Annie M. Brown,
president of the Canadian branch, gave
an address concerning the work of the
order in that province. The convention
held its final session this forenoon with
addresses and election of officers.
WE ALWAYS CARRY THE VERY BEST
to be had; including
milk, cream, butter,
eggs, and ice cream.
Beginning Sept. tenlh,
we shall close at 6 P. M.
every evening except
Saturday and Monday.
L, B. DODGE
300 North Main St, - Barre, Vt
FOR BALK CHEAP FOB CASH - One new
I 11 C uianura spreader. Also on one-horse
power Kasoliueenglne. Frank K. Heard, BarreJ
FOR BALE Good wagons, top baggy, trsp,
express with hrske, sleigh, traverse, names,
horse goods, ate. B triraln. Any offer consid
ered. Cash, wood, produoo, Call or write for
Int. Wbeelock, Ileal Kit., Montpelier. tfilto
FOR 8 A I. K One M insfleld range, one feather
bed. on bed and spring. Apply at i Thurston
FOR BALE A first-class drlving-borsei
weight 1(115 pounds. The horse can be seen by
calling at the Cutler Liverr Stable and Inquir
ing of Kenneth Nicholson, S) Elm Street Matt
HOUSEHOLD FCRNITl'RE FOR SALS
Inquire at 65 Maple Arenas. 150tf
FOK BALK A few cows; will freshen soon.
Inquire of C. l. Ferrln, East Hill. Telephone
call, SS'J.4. UStf
LOOK 1 Ao up-to-date blcyote, fully equip
ped and in flrst-elass order. - A bargain for
rash. Better be the first one to look at it.
Charles H. Ford, at C N. Kenron & Co,'s Cwsb
Bargain Store. lists
WANT MONEY PAID COURT.
Doubt as to Whom Barre Railroad Ex
tension Damages Should Be Paid.
Petitions were filed in Washington
county court . yesterday by the Barre
railroad, praying that the railroad may
pay into court the amount or certain
and damages fixed by the commissioners
n respect to the claims of (ieorge Lib
ersont, Harrison Granite company, and
1 nomas jNemcy, over which there ap
pears to be doubt to whom the money
should be paid, and until this is deter
mined, the railroad asks thst it may pay
the money to the clerk of the county
E. M. Harvey appeared for the Gran
te Savings bank, which holds a niort
gage of the Libersont quarry, and desires
that the money shall be paid to the bank
lhe court reserved decision. The dam
ges were fixed by the commissioners
The sum awarded the Harrison Gran
ite company was $800 and Thomas Ner
ney $900. In the matter of Thomas
Nerney, the mortgagee appeared and
gree merit was reached with Mr. Ner
ney that the money should be paid to
Air. Nerney. 1 he land damages grew
out of the Barre railroad's extension to
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
imre Payment Prompt.
FOR SALE Household goons, all in good
condition, enean. Coma after four o'clock at
'.a Branch Street. 49lo
FOR BALE Thirty White Wrandotte bens,
(borough breds. An excellent chance to stock
up at a reasonable price. J. W, Koberts, South
Barre, Vt. Telephone 38-2U 147t
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Times will nublish Watte, Lost
and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. ehort
advertisements at the rate of four lines
for twentr-flve cents for the first inser
tion and five cents for each subsequent
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
FOR SAI.K-100 acre farm In Calais. Large
quantity of wood and lumber,- good buildings.
Mlaht exchange or city property. Address
George F. Lackey, or telephone Wi-H, Mont
pelier, Vt IS-'tf
FOR BALE farm of about lOOaorea In Booth
Kyeg-ate. Vt.. with or without aioek and farm
ing tools. Address Mrs. T. W. Bmltb, Groton.
For Sale at Perry's
CTITT frASM Onehundretl and sixty-eight
acres nesr Montpelier; thirteen minutes' walk
from business section; sewer: city water; side
walks: electric lichu. eta.: all the advantage's.
'i Ms .utm will appeal to you if yon are looking
for something extra nice ; all stocked and tool
ready for business, over thlrtr head of stock ;
Seventeen old reliable Stock
Companies and five Mutuals.
Take yonr choice. Call and
investigate. Any competition
met in companies that have
had ai experience of from 25
to 100 years.
4 Bolater Block, Barre, Vt
THE MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD
IS OFFERING NEW AND ATTRACTIVE PASSENGER SERVICE
TWEEN BARRE AND MONTPELIER AND BOSTON.
Through Coach leaves Barre at 7:05 a- m. and Montpelier st
7:45 a. m. daily, except Sunday. Arrives in Boston 'at
4:13 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:.r2 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
Pullman Tarlor Car and Coach leave Boston daily except Sun
day at 10 a. m., arriving in Montpelier at 6:20 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, MONTPELIER AND BOSTON.
Uncle Ezra Says.
"It don't take more'n a gill ur effort
to git folks into a peck of trouble" and
a little neglect of constipation, bilious
ness, indigestion or other liver derange
ment will do the same. If ailing, take
Dr. King's New Life Pills for quick re
sults. Easy, safe, sure and only 25 cents
at the Red Cross Phsrmacy.
I will sell at public auction at the of
fice of E. R. Davis in the city of Barre
on September 23, A. D. 1912. at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, the following
Being all the rights of the co-partnership
of Whitcomb Brothers, which I hold
as receiver of said co-partnership in a
certain patent for friction clutch for
hoisting drums which letters patent are
numbered 1)4841 and bear date of De
cember 15, A. D. 1008.
Also patent for friction brakes being
letters patent No. 6,191 15, which are
dated July 2, 1900.
All the' uncollected book accounts of
One buffer band; one bell step for der
rick; one hub for a sectional bull wheel;
one arm to bull wheel.
Terms of Sale All of the above prop
erty will be sold to the highest bidder
for cash under an order of the court of
Further particulars and opportunity
tu inspect the property may be had by
application to W. J. Clapp.
W. J. CLAPP,' Receiver.
C. X. Barber, Auctioneer.
INVITED TO LEAVE TOWN.
Man Giving Name of Ben Woolhouse Ar
rested n Burlington.
Burlington, Sept. 13. Ben Woolhouse,
residence, Aberdeen, Scotland, was
startled in city court yesterday morning
where a complaint was read to hnu
charging him with' being a tramp.- He
said he was no tramp, but a laboring
man with two days' wages coming to
him from Contractor Uundy. A little
further inquiry into his case developed
the fact that fie had no money, and was
sleeping in a barn instead of a lodging
Woolhouse, seeing that things looked
bad for him, told the court that if they
would be easy with him he would get
out of town in two hours. Judge Pal
mer then informed him he would let
him go until this morning. But if he
was found here then the police would
have orders to arrest him, and the court
would sentence him to six months in
Woolhouse thanked the court and rap
idly moved out to the open air. He
was in city court on an intoxication
charge less than a month ego.
ELECTRICIANS IN RUTLAND.
State Association Is Holding Its Annual
Rutland, Sept. 13. One hundred and fif
ty represents Uvea, including nea ly all of
the managers of various electrical plants
in the state, are in Rutland to attend
the 12th annual convention of the Ver
mont Electrical association, which lasts
through to-day. Headcpiarters were at
the Bardwell and a business meeting
was held in Dunn hall at 2 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. The executive com
mittee held a sepcinl session to dis
cuss plans with L, 1). (Jibbs of Boston,
advertising manager of the Boston Elec
trical show, for the purpose of working
out details of the Vermont association's
exhibit at the Boston show.
During the morning members of the
association went in automobile to vari
ous local electrical properties in this vi
cinity, including Chitenden dam, and the
Clarendon properties of the Rutland
Railway, Light Power company, the
quarries at West Rutland and the Car
ver's Falls plant near Fair Haven of the
Western Vermont Light A Tower company.
pair of heary horses; good equipment of tools
a ions OT excellent nay aim an KrowiiiR
crous. riclds are smooth and tne soil is excel
lent. Bugar bush ; good pastures: modern hams
with fine stables. House has modern plumbing,
etc, onaccountof poor health the owner wishes
to sell everything and will give immediate pos
session. Price low considering the property.
Let us show this to you. 1.4
TO fXCH AKGE Klght-room house, barn
and quite a quantity of land for smaller prop
erty in orntral location. 'Hi is is an ideal place
for gardening. 1S1
FOR BALE Wagons and harness of all
styles. Boms good bargalna, Immediate de
livery, flva large depot basses and eeeeral
One horses to be sold at close of season. The
Brottoa Woods Company, Brettoa Woods, !. H
FOR BALE A good work horse, ehesp.
Weight about lltO pounds. Inquire of Charles
Cochran, flainfield, Vt. I33t2
FOR SALE Horse, buggy, sleigh, harness
and robes. This horse is an exceptionally good
ladles' driver. Address A," care ef Time
I OR BALE Two hardwood chamber sets,
one oak dining-table, one small center table,
two large chairs, refrigerator, one Ulenwood
range, in Ir. Lamb's tenement house at So. 3
Summer Street. J, C Griggs, UStf
FOR BALE A work or driving horse; else
seeond-band wagons. Inquire at Pepin Bros.
FOR BALE Pigs aad sheets. I wit! else de
butehsrlng. ken Batcneloer, Telephone eali.
367 M. nit
The sweetest Corn that growa,
Tomatoes, green or ripe.
Late, tender String Beans, fine to
cook, can or pickle.
bhell Beans and tine, mealy f otatoes.
A. W.ALLEN, SUNNTSIDE FARM
Whips o( all kinds for sale at
lowest prices, 10c and up, at
ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt
TO RKNT An up-to-date tenement on first
floor, who furnace and all modern improve
ments. K. L. Liensoiore, corner of Brook and
Pleasant streets. 152 tf
TO BENT Lunoh oart, situated on North
Main Btroet. vpposlte Palace Garage. Fnliy
equipped. For particulars call at ence. Ult!
TO KENT BonrSing house on my quarry at
Woodnurr. Vt, Fllteen boarder at present.
Also want eight band drillers. Ne better bouse
on any granite quarry. Parties now in the
bouse will lesve as soon as arrangements ean
be made. E. K- Fletcher. Hardwlca. vt, uuts
TO RKNT Biz-room flat, third fleer. Bath.
hot waier, electrio lights. Key with Mrs. Urd,
first door. No. 1J Laurel Street. Inquire at No.
18 West Street. E L. Smite. ' 14. tf
WOOD LOT TOR SAIE-Price 6S0. 11S1
A LARGE TIMBER TRACT-Hstimated
I.oOU.UUO reet sot I wood. 131
Ask for our llluslratid Farm Cilalogus
Ths D. A. Ferry Real Estate Agency
FARM FOR BALE Contains 146 acres, more
or less: good sugar plane ot 10 u trees, with
new Leader rle ; barn Sox6 : stock and tools.
Apply to I. L. Beott, East Calais. lfrtltf
A Six -Room House for
Furnace heat, set tuba and ail modern
Also gome household goods for sale.
AddIv after four o'clock at George
Williamson's, 1 Bank Street. ust
FOR BALE In Booth Bs'rej an eight-room
cottage house in fins shape; barn and wood
shed. For particulars Inquire of SI. L, Lewis.
South Barre, Vt. HTtlG
FOR BALE My twe-tenement house on
North Beinlnary Street. Rente for ar.'.OOper
month. Newly painted and la good repair.
Dr. O. H. Kent For particulars see Ir. O. W.
Steele, Howlaud Building. 139tf
FOR BALE Twelve acre and building on
Trow Hill. Pays better than eleven per rent
on price ssked above expenses. Hotter inves
tigate. W. W. Bntton. lastf
FOR BALE OR RENT Block at 107 Sooth
Main Street. Store, tenement, barn and sheds.
Homer Fltts. l'Jt.f
FOR SALE My house at Jo Nelson Street.
Rouse new. all tin Ished In red birch : all modern
conveniences: steam beat. Larre lot. A bar
gain for someone, as I am leaving the city.
Also household furniture at private sale Call
at bouse. C K. Lyohan?, No. 30 Nelson Street,
TO RENT Modern seven-room cottage in a
central location. Inquire at the IK A. Perry
Real Esaate Agency, Howland Blook. UStf
TO RKNT At No. 9 Breok Street: six-room
tenement; all modern conveniences. Vacant
Sentember 1st. Also n small tenement at SS
Branch Street. Apply to Mrs. Forsythe, No.
Brook Street, city. Telephone 42S-4. lettf
TO RENT Seven-room cottage en Cedar St.
Telephone lol-ll. ItttC
STORE TO RENT Apply te B. Bangui-
net! I, Barre. UStf
TENEMENT TO RENT Six rooms, modem
appliances, on staple Avenue. Apply te C W.
Melcher. . llt
TO RENT Offices In the Wood Block.
TO RKNT Tenement at 11 Elm Street.
TO R KNT Two modern stores, Ne. M9 or S71
North Main Street. Also a tenement en River
Street. Inquire of John Weary, 30 North Main
J. W, Nickels.
I'p-suirs tenemsnt on Third St.
telephone 4'Jl.S. Jtf
TO RENT A email shed; will ran from SIX
to ten men. Inquire of LeClalr Js McNolty
Blackwell Street. 87tf
TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few
rooms, well furnished; all modern Improve,
menu; hot and cold water, bath. Walnlen
Block, ITi North Mala Btreet MM
BOARD AND ROOMS
TO RKNT Rooms at IS Church Btreet. In
quire of Mrs. tieake. 162tse
TO RKNT Famished rooms.
Apply at n
TO RENT Famished room at S3 Booth Main
TO RENT Furnished front room to rent as
44 Perk Street. ' M6tf
FOR SALE A new house Inst completed.
silnated In a residential portion of the city, oa
Nelson street Best or bin n nnlss wita bara
woed floors. Steam heat, bath, hot and cold
water, set tuba and eieotrlo Hints. It Is a
thoroughly built house Back plaster. It Is
located on a large lot and oa dry soil, within
twe minutes' wslk of the car line. Tbis is aa
Ideal preposition for one wanting a heme on
easy terms. Marry C Patterson. ton;
WANTED Experienced girl for cooking aad
light general work. Washing sent ont. Four
in family. Wa,res Ss f l.'u per month. Ad
dress Mrs. E. B. Huling, B nntngton, Vt, 15)11
WANTED A toel sharpener, at once. Apply
or address American Granite Company, Hard
wick, Vt. 151t3
WANTED At once: a mn to square for
surface lu.ter, World Granite Company, East
Barre, Vt 11014
MAN Good, te takt orders for cut'om shirts.
Onlers come essy; high-class, permanent bua
inesa; flee profl a; no muev or experience
needed; reference required, Dumviile Jt Co.
Lockport, N. Y. I47ts
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT
All modern conveniences ; at 20 Avertll Btreet
Call evenlaga. Telephone J09-S. - l0tf
TO RENT Furnished rooms ( furnace heat,
electrio llghte. rto. i with or without board.
Inquire of Mrs. Mason Page, 99 Elm Btreet'
Barre, Vt t-tt
TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At
Waoaeine," s; Jefferson Street
POSITION WANTED A young lade wants
to do general housework In Rirre. Good refer
ences. Call at 16 Short Street Ultl
FARM WA NT KD Reliable parry would like
to hire a farm all stocked for a year or term
of years, with privilege of buying. Address
Farm,".care of limes office. M.tie
WANTED Deed horses te tike away la
Barre, Montpelier. Webtrvllle, OraeltevHe
and Kast Barre. F. K. Bailey. Telephone call.
WANTED A place to do housework In a
small family Good references given. Address
rlossie A. lyier, Aortnneia, v i. inis
WANTED At onoe: a flrat-clais experienced
waitress. Applj to Mrs. Wyllle, Hotel Otis.
WANTED Ar. experienced tilde girl. In
quire at the Eureka nettaursnt HOtf
WANTED A t-mp-rate man to work on a
farm. Good pay and slraily Job to a rompetent
man. None other nee I apply. O. L. Cneever,
ualii'oa Hill, Montpelier. ielephuae eall tl W
WANTED Dining-room rlrls Applv at
once. A. B. Bparrow, Montpelier Houae, Mont-
POSITION WANTED BY HOL8EKEKPER
Ameilo.n lady, coiapetent housekeeper; In
widower's family of one or two. Ony tem
pera's people need apply. Address Box 161,
Randolph, Vt. t8)tld
LOST AND FOUND
FOI'ND In Northflald: a pocket-book con
taining a small sum of money. Owner msy
have same by provinc property aad paying f,
tbia advertisement Apply at 9 Hall Street.
Harre, Vt. I6Ste
WANTED A lal le girl, chamber girl and
laundrv woman, at tne Nortbfleld House. North
Belli, VI. ltf
WANTED A machinist for nine-hour Job. st
once. Apply to James Ahem, No. II BiauKweti
H)l'l Last nltht, on Msln Streer, an
I, A. A. O ii. pm. Owner may claim name as
limes orucehy paying for advertiermeet 141 u
Have yon tiled our Baked B-aaa and Brown
Pread? We have ihru every Saturday. We
know bow to Lake tbem good. Mrs. Barnes ft
Co., Ne. C Mount etreet . I26'.f
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