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THE BAKRE DAILY TIMES. HAKRE. VT.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1912.
JPLoofiiig' Paper AND ROOF PAINT You will save money by bvying your one, two and three-ply Gauntlet, one, two and three-ply Tropico Rubber and Amatite Roof ing Papers; also building paper, tins and nails at E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square Heal estate owners 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. BUSINESS CARDS. Miss Bertha C. Bau PIANOFORTE TEACHER ' Member of Musicians' Union Will Resume Teaching After Sept. 1 it FRANKLIN ST. TEL. 141-M ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M.D.G. Veterinary Physician and Surgeoi (riduiti Ckicigs iiterlnarj CoIIbji If. E. Telepboae, 341-ia Alto the reeple's Line Office and Hospital. South Barre f A t njc c nr r r x i nrx7 t ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Sections. Tin two-year-old child of Mr, and Mrs. Leronx of Troy fell into a pail of boiling water Monday of last week and was badly burned, but it Is thought it may recover, Frank 0. Hunt of Orleans committed suicide at his home in that place last week by shooting, death being instan taneous Mr. Hunt was born in Dorset in 1852. House Furnishing Store is the place where you can fur l nish your home at living prices iNo. 118 North Main Street, Barre GAEL 0. PERKINS Electrical Engineer Contractor Electric Fixtures and Supplies Electric Wirinf of All Kindt 199 North Mala St. Barre, Vt Teiephonei Store S50-M, House 74-1. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In room 35. Miles building. Office hours. I t. a. to 12 n. and litO to 4 a. m., Monday, Tuesday,' Thursday aad Friday. Telephone connection. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night, An rp-to-date ambulance in connection i EAST BARRE. VT. Telephone 229-11. MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS, -,7J North Mala St. Barre. Vt. RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for til occasions. Latest and most popular music. Telephone ... S42-2t The Barre Opera House VANCE Orchestra CONCERT Edwin W. Bruce, Director and Manager 25 Nelson St. Telephone 422.12 11th Street W & University Place One block west of Broadway NEW YORK CITI. Within easy walking; distance from Whoi. sale and ketall Dry Goods Districts. Con. venlentlv near Railroad and Steamship Lines. The only modern absolutely lire proof transient hotel below 2Jd Street. 300 Rooms, (200 with bath) RATES fROl l.-per DAY UPWARD Excellent Rettaursnt sod Cafe. Moderate Prices. Send for tree Illustrated Oulde and v Map of New York City. VVniTE STAR LINE B0STeNQUEENST8WN-L!VERPS0L Cymric. Oct. 8 Arable. Oct. 1 One Clans Cabin Steamer (II) 933.50 and up Office, 84 State Street, Boston, Mass. Or apply ta local agents The town of Khelhtirne thinks it has exceeded any other town of its size in the state in the number of marriages tit is season. Since May 1 there have been ten weddings there, and Id of the 20 participants have been residents of that town. A wagon is still in use in West Rut land, which was built iu 1H50, and is claimed to be the first iron axle wagon built in that part of the Mate. It is in better general repair now than most wagons that have been in use only a few years. FINEST HAIR DRESSING FOR WOMEN Perfectly DelightfulFull of Refreshing and Invigorating Qualities That Put Life, Lustre and Beauty Into Hair. Use PARISIAN Hage a.nd your hair wont turn gray; won't look faded or grow thin and scraggly. , Dandruff will disappear, hair stop fulling; the scalp will become imtnaci.. lately white, and all germ life will be promptly destroyed. At dealers everywhere, 50 cents. Sold by the Hod Cross Pharmacy, who will refund your money if you are not sat isfied. The girl with the auburn hair is on every package of PARISIAN Sage. A mail bag which reached the Ver gennes postollice last week bore evi dences of having been under the car wheels and both it and the mail were badly cut up. The contents of the let ters were not badly mutilated, but the newspapers were in bad shape. The post- office authorities are investigating the matter. H. M, FARNHAM'S 16TH BIG COMBINATION Auction Sale REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mas. Wtwsoow s Soot m no Syrup has bent used for over SIXTY YEARS bv MILLIONS of MOTHEKS for tbnr CHILDREN W1IILB TKKTHINO, with FERFKCT SUCCESS. It Soothes tt.e child, softens the gums, ALLAYS ail PAIN . CURES WIND COLIC, and Is the best remedy for IHARRHUiA. It is ab solutely harmless. Be suve and ask for "Mrs. Wiasto'w's Soothing Syrup," and take no otber kind. Twenty-five cents a bot'ie. 10c Cigar, factory output now at the rate of thirty-Ove millions annually. By far the largest selling brand of 10c Ci gars in the world. Factory, Manches ter, N. II. H. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator City and farm property. Timber land. Quarry lasd. Building lots. Tenements for rent. Commissions reasonable. Roams 4 and 5, Miles Blank Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Friday, September 21, 1912, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at my stables at Pit Northlield street. Mont pelier, Vt. State, town and county fairs all over and people are anxious for a horse sale. Inquiries 'most every day about the next horse sale. I have 12 FRESH HORSES that will be readv for this sale. Consist of medium and heavy weights a good lot of team horses. 30 TO 40 COMMISSION OR SECOND-HAND HORSES 'most anything 3-011 want. Size, price and color to suit. We describe a few of them. From the north part of the state: 1 pr. black horses, weight 2,800 pounds 1 also 1 pr. bays 0 and 10 years old, weight 3,000 pounds, both extra good teams; 1 good work horse from Worcester, Vt., weight 1,300 pounds; farm horse from illiamstown, weight I .ISO pounds; pair of drivers from Randolph; 2 good busi ness horses from Waterbury; good 1.100 pound work horse from Topsham; good all-around roan horse from Washington. ne party sends in 2 horses from Barre City. Good business hoiae from East Barre, and many others that we do not have room to describe. We have lots of buyers for these horses farmers, livery men, teamsters and horse dealers. Sev eral cows and some young stock have been promised for this sale. WAGONS, CARTS AND HARNESSES One heavy 2-horse lumber wagon, 1 other heavy 2-horse wagon, nice rubb r- tire top buggy and a number of other wagons and buggies. A lot of new and second-hand single and double work and drive harnesses, whips, halters, robos, blankets, etc. A great big early, fall sale. Bring in what you want to sell and if you wish to purchase or not be sure to come, I'sual terms of credit. Lunch room on the ground. - H. M. FARNHAM, The Horse Man. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. ; . . 1 .1 s.ii Cunard Line Bostan Queenstowa Lfyerpool FRANCONIA (MEW) Sails October 1st, Noon Winter Rates f n Effect MINIMUM FIRST CABIN 192.60 MINIMUM SECOND CABIN SM.50 This palatial steamer was destined to afford the maximum of comfort at moderate rates Travelers' Cheques and Drafts Issued APPLY TO 126 STATE STREET BOSTON ei local streets: N. B. Balisrd, Miles Block. Barre, Vt. ; t. 9. Ballard, Lawrence Building, Montpelier, V t The regular biennial examinations for appointment to the scholarship at Ox ford university under the provisions of the Cecil Rhodes trust, will occur at the university of Vermont in Burlington beginning at ten o'clock on Tuesday, October 15th. and extending to seven o'clock in the evening of the ltith of October. Prospective candidates for this scholarship should write the under signed for instructions at an early date. Ouv Potter Benton. Chairman of the Rhodes Scholarship Committee for Ver1 mont. University of Vermont, Burling' ton, Vt. Auction Sale OF Personal Property. I Will Sell at Public Auction to the Highest Bidder on Thursday, September 26 at 1 o'clock in the afternoon on tin premises where I now live, known as the Townsend farm, located c.n the main road from Williamstown to (iraniteville, Vt., lVs miles from each place, the fol lowing: 8 NICE COWS young and good size, one of them just freshened, balance this fall and early winter; 1 2-year-old Ayrshire bull, I year-old Jersey bull. 1 fl-months-old Ayr shire bull. 1 0-months-old Jersey bull, 1 odd yearling steer, 1 (1-year-old mare weighing 1,000 pounds, sound, kind and fearless; I 4-yj'ar-old mare sired bv ilkrsuale of Smith stock farm. 1 Miss Margaret Shoultz of Dorset ob served her 100th birthday anniversary Sept. 20. Miss Shnultz "was born in Nova Scotia and when a young woman entered the family of the late Rev, Dr. (jreorge I., rrentiss, whose wife, Eliza beth Paysou Prentiss, was the author of "Stepping Heavenward" and many other books. She remained with the family until it was broken up by death, and has resided in Dorset for over forty 7ears. When askel what she had done to preserve herself so well for 100 years. Ue remarked: "If people minded their own business, they would have no trouble in living 100 years." She is very nimble and gets nbout the house without .he aid of a cane. TRIPPED IN COURT ON WORD MEANING BATHING IN AGRA JAIL Just Like "You Scratch My Back and I'll 8cratch Yours." One of the humorous sights of India, says a contributor to the Wide World Magazine, is tbo dally bathing parade In a native prison. In the one we wit nessed were youthful habitual crimi nals, varying In age from nine to fif teen years, taking their daily dip at Agra jail. While the governor watches proceedings from the shade of a tree the prisoners, each man fettered and carrying a bowl of beaten brass or steel, are led out In double file to a stone pavement, on each side of which runs a shallow trough of water. At the command of a native warder bowls are filled and waistcloths are washed. At a Becond order the prison ers scoop water over themselves and then sink smartly to their haunches. one behind another, In parallel lines. Again comes a snappy order from the warder, and each man beglus vigorous ly to rub the back of the fellow In front of him. When the warder Judges the "massage" is complete bis voice brings the two lines to a smart right about face, still on their haunches, and the vigorous rubbing begins again, each man doing for his fellow what his fel low did for him. The process, while comical, is a genu ine illustration of the saying, "Yon scratch my back and I'll scratcf yours." except, of course, to the pris oners whose fate brings tbem to the head or tall of the line, where they re ceive only half the "treatment" of their fellows. 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 B. DODGE 300 North Main St- - Barre, Vt. FOR SALE. tO It BILK mtw M i - too: A. Neilou, I Boynton Street 16m FOB, BALE Four-weeks-old pigs. Hall, Telephone 79- W. Amos A. HONEY KOK SALE Boott's superior ex tracted honey la now oa sale at E. M. Lyon's In 600 and li.oo packages. letttje Fire Insurance You may be next, wait and be sorry, now and be safe. BIRDS FOB BA I.B Canaries raised from Imported lilrds. Bright plumage; warrsntrd singers; SS.01 per pair. Mrs. George E. C. Whaatun. Telephone ct.ll, 8J8-U. lSuta roil SALE Thirty Wblte Wyandotte hens, thoroughbreds. An excellent chance to stock up at a reasonable price. J. W. Roberts, Snrjtb Barre, Vt. Telephone 3S-2L H7C roll SALK Wagons and harness of all styles. Some good bargains, immediate de. livery, rive large depot bosses and several flue horses to be sold at close of leuon. Th Bretton Woods Company, Bretton Woods, N. H ; UHJ FOli SALK Horse, buggy, sleigh, harness and robes. This horse Is an eseepiloaally rood ladies' driver. Address -A," care ef Times office. i3;tf FOR SALK A work or driving dorse; alse secoad-band wagons. Inquire at Papin Bros. Livery. Hit FOR 8ALE Pigs and sboats. 1 will alse de butchering, ten Batchelder. Telephone call, 7 M. Mtf AUTOMOBILE Finn ' t I Four-cylinder Runabout with third seat, UUll I tweniy-slx horse rower. In first class coadi- 1n. . I tlonj has been thoroughly overhauled, newly nSUIC pamte.i, and has new tires all roood. Would take good horse oryoung stock as part pay meat. COSTLY COLLARS. Rates on Dwellings and Household Furniture in Dwellings in Residential Districts: $500, five years - $4.75 $1000, five years, $7.50 Insure with Ballard Strong Companies Money Sure Payment Prompt. FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Times will publish Wants, Lost 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 eents for each subsequent insertion. A. W. ALLEN : AVERILL MILLS GASOLINE ENGINE CYLINDER OIL AT LOWEST PRICES You can find the best cylinder oil for your gasoline engine, (oil that will drop in ?ero weather), at Arkley's Livery Stable - - Barre, Vt, TO RENT T ) BENT Tenement of six rooms; electrls Ik'hts and 'urnace beat, bath, etc Mr a. M. Garvty, 46 Tear! Street. lSltf TO KENT A part of store at 74 Kerta Main Street Wm. U. Martin. mtt TO RENT Tenement of five rooms rone flat)f electric lights, bath; pleasant location. Tele phone 021. F. V. lieckiey, 8 Park Street. 161tt REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR BALE A bulldiig lot on the Shspard addition. A fine view; sheltered on the north; near ear line; Are cents to either Harre rr Montpelier. C. A. Hoyt. Uardwlek. Vt. 6itA Wire Us and we will ! JEWELRY ! i i When YOU want a piece of ! artistic, guaranteed quality I .leweiry, come in ana see our splendid display. O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler. Main St Sole Agency for 'Boston Americas" in Barre. Wire You Barre Electric Co., I3S North Main Street, Wheelock I lock, Telepbeae 98-W If Prospective lawyer Had Owned Ev erybody's Cyclopedia, He Would Have Known. A msn was under examination recent ly bv a New York lawyer with refer enee to his qualifications as a juror in an important cane. "1"K you understand," the lawyer asked, what is meant by the tower of Babel !" "Yes, sir," the man replied, promptly. Let nie have vonr rtelinition of it. "I understand it, I tell you." "Well, what is it?" "I know what it is," said the man hotly. "When I tell you I know what a thinj? is! I know it." That's all there is about it." "1 don't ant to hear any more of that kind ol talk, interposed ine court. "Answer that question addressed to yos by counsel." "Judge, I did." the man insisted. "He asked me if I knew what it was, and I said I did." "If you are sure you know what is 2-year-old elt sired by the same horse, I meant by the tower of Babel, define it, directed tne court. "It's a big building in Europe," was the answer. The Times is distributing Everybody's Cyclopedia. With this set of books at hand, there can bo no excuse for not knowine the meaning of terms common ly used. The set comprises 35,1)00 sub jects of ready reference for daily use. At the same time there has been n wasted f nerifv compiling page after page of practically useless material for the purpose of swelling tne volumes so mat they would seem bulky and important to the eyes of the ignorant, fcvery phrase, and everv word, every sentence and line not absolutely essential to tne concrete and effective presentation of the facts has been eliminated and the- explanation made strikingly clear by the addition of abundant illustrations. Only one coupon is required, as 'ex plained under the cyclopedia coupon printed elsewhere in this issue. I bnbv colts sired by Quebec Prince also 1 set nearly new 2-horse traverse sleds, 1 kitchen range, I box stove, beds and springs, new churn and butter work er, and some other articles not men tioned. A good lot of cattle and horses. All to be sold to the highest bidder without limit or reserve. Terms at time of sale A. W. McLEAN, Owner. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. AUCTION! As I am about to vacate my farm I will sell at public auc tion at my place on the West Hill in Cabot, Vt., Tuesday, Oct. 1, at 1 1.00 a. m. The Following Property, Vii. 13 NICE YOUNG COWS mostly Jerseys, ages 3 to 7 years, 11 of them will oe fresh in milk this fall; 1 thoroughbred Jersey bull, can be reg istered; 1 . yearling heifer, 5 calves, 4 shoats weighing about 100 pounds each. Some farming tools, 500 tap buckets painted inside and outside, also 2 beis, mattresses and springs, 1 old bureau, some other furniture, crockery, and a great many other articles not mentioned. Free lunch. WILL ADAMS. C. N. BARBER, Auctioneer. They Cost $300 Apiece In the Days of Queen Elizabeth. Starch was never beard of In Eng land until after Queen Elizabeth came to the throne. This statement may sound a little startling, but It Is quite true nevertheless. Elizabeth's father, bluff King Hal. was the first English monarch to wear any sort of neck band. Tbat wa very plain, about an inch Id depth, and made of lace. Yet only fifty years Inter an author of the times. Henry Peacham. writes: "He is not a gentleman nor In the fashion whose bnnd of Italian work standeth him not at least three to four pounds. Yes, a seamstress In Holborn told me that there are some cf threescore pound price apiece!" Fancy pnylng such a sum as $3,C00 a dozen for one's collars! The original of the present starched collar was the ruff. In the year 1504 Queen Elizabeth first used a coach. Her coachman came from Holland. He was a man named Boenen. and bis wife brought with her from that coun try the art of clean starching. Boon afterward a certain Mme. Dlng ben came from the Netherlands and started a laundry with clear starch' Ing In London. A very good thing she made of It. for the daughters of worthy citizens crowded to her to learn the art and she charged tbem 5 apiece. Five pounds was a lot of money In those days equal to at least (100 of modern money. London Answers. HOUSES run BALK On Cedar Btrect: house of seven rooms and bath, with a nice arardea; only built a tew years; hard-wood nnlsb Inside; in tine repair and can i Douant at a low price. Mouse and twrn; two extra lota and garden; very pleasantly located; nniy a few minutes' walk from the post oil! OS; fine sprint wster; sven rooms; ham finish, later State Realty Company, Montpelier, Vt U7U FOR SAI.K A modern el -room eettaga Holshed In blrrh with hardwood floors through out; farnec bat smll garden and ben house. At 174 Washington Street. U4U- FOit SALK-100 acre farm tn Calais. Large nuauttryof wood and lumber; good buiUlinir. Might exchange or citr property, address Geore V. Lackey, or telephone 396-M, Moat pelier, Vt 15:tf TOR SALE rsrm of about loo acres In Sooth Hyegate, Vt., with or without stock and farra lmr tools. Address Mrs. T. W. Smith, Groton. Vermont IMtlb TO RENT An un-stain tenement ef five rooms at SI Merchant Street. Inquire at the premises or at No. 7o North Main Street, Mrs. H. & Miles. 16tt8 TO RENT Cottage house in South Harre. Large garden, barn and hen bouse. Mrs. J. W. Nichols. Telephone l-. I61t! rT(i RENT An up stairs tenement of sis ooms and bath. Also barn in connection with the tenenent. The bouse ta equipped with electric lights and gas. Inquire of Tho. Motion, 17 North Main Street leett TO KENT Modern seren-room cottage tn a central location. Inquire at the D. A. Perry Real Eaaate Agency, Howland Mock. lastf TO RENT At No. t Breok Street: slit-room tenement; all modera eonvenianees. Vecant fentainhsr 1st Also a small tenement at SO Branch Street. Apply tn Mrs. Forsythe, No. 11 rook Street, city. Telephone 42S-. 14ur TO RENT Seven-room oettage en Cedar St Ttlephoae lol-lL IJ.tf STORK TO KENT Apply ta J. B. nettl, Harre. Saagel- l'iltf TENEMENT TO RENT Six rooms, modem applianoos, on Maple Avenue. Apply ta C. W. Meicher. Ultf TO RENT Offices tn the Wood Block. Ferry, Agent C M, U?tf TO KENT Tenement at 12 Elm Street Ferry, Agent CM. 117tf TO R KN'TTwo modern store, N. see or VI North Main Street. Also a tenement ea River Street Inuulre of John Uearr. X) North Mala Street HAtf For Sale at Perry's CITT FARM One hundred and sixty-eight sors near Montpelier; thirteen minutes' walk from business section ; sewer: city water; side walks: electric llchta. etc.: ail the atWantairea. 1 his farm will appeal to you if yon are looking lor sometning extra nice; an stocaea ana nmis ready for business. Over thirty bead of stock ; pair of heavy horse ; good equipment of tools; about is tons or excellent nay ana aiigrnwinj crois. Fields are smooth and the soil Is excel lent Sugar hush ; good pastures ; modern barns with fine stables. House has modern plumbing, etc. 'nsccountof poor health the owner wishes to sell everything ana win give iintneaiate pos session. Frice low considering the propertv. Let us snow this to you. lil FIRE insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies and five Mutuala Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competition met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 year. J. W DILLON, t and 4 Bolfter Block. Barre. Vt MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD'S 34 ill Annual Excursion TO Boston, Mass., and Return THURSDAY, OCTOBER THIRD, 1912. Tickets good fjoine c.n October 3d t rly, will be sold from all stations on the Montpelier Sc VVe.Js iiver Railroad Apply to station agents for rates and Parlor Car and Sleeping Car reservations. Throujh Couch on train leavinj Barre at 7: 20 a. m , and Montpelier at 8:00 a. m Pullman Chair Car on train leaving Barre at 12:25 p.m., and Montpelier at 10:00 p. m. Puliman Sleeping Car on trainavine Barre at 9:30 p. m., and Montpelier at 10:00 p. m. Tickets good to return until October 9th, 1912 WEST TOPSHAM. A. X. Fellows, a prominent citizen of this town and village, was stricken witty naralvitis Saturday night and lies in a precarious condition. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward foranv case of ( atarrb that cannot be cured by hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, have known K. J. Che. ner tor the last 16 years, and heliere him per. fpitlv honorable In all business trsnsactiuns and financially ablo to carry out any obllgauous maue ty nis nrra. National Bask or Co mm runt, Toledo, nhio. Hall's Catarrh fnre Is taken Internally, anting directly upon the blood aod mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent tree, frice 7ft cents'per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Fills tor constipation. TO WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN: I wish to notify the public that my wife has left my bed slid board, and that cn and after this date I will pay no bills of her contracting. R. J. MILLS. Lower Cabot, Vt, Sept. 23, 1012. Vegetable Gluttons. Sundews, common In English marsh es, are sufficiently knowing to distin guish between various substances pre sented to tbem. Offer tbem a nice crap of tender beef, and in a couple of hours they will have concealed it from sight Try them with a piece of chalk or a tiny pebble, and they re main stolidly Immovable. Wet the chalk and offer it again, and the plant apparently mistakes It for meat, the bristles gradually closing round It; then, discovering the deception, they gradually relax and return the chalk without thnnks. These vegetable glut tons will absorb morsels of poached eggs and mutton chops, but cheese turns the leaves quite black and final ly kills them. TO FXCH A NOE Eight-room house, barn aad quite a quntity of land for smaller prop erty in central location. This is sn Ideal place for gardening. iti WOOD LOT FOR SALE Frice t0. 151 A LARGE TIMBER TRACT-Hstimsted !,SOU,uou feet soft woou. lil isle for our llluitrafid Firm Cafalogus Till D. A. Perry Real Estati Agincy BARRE, TKRMONT FARM FOR SAI.k Contains 146 acres, more or less; goed sugar place ot low trees, wttti aew Leader rls; hara 8i)x4S: stock aad tenia Apply to U. L. Scott, r.asi uaiais. isou FOR SALK In Konth Ba're : aa alght-room cottage haute In fine shape; barn and wood shed. Far particolars laquirs ef M. 1 Lewi. South Harre, Vt ItTtltl His Prescription. Boerhaave, the greatest doctor of his time, was anxious tbat it should go FOR 8LB My twe-tenement house on North Seminar? Street Renra for t.l.iiop-r month, newly painted ana in goon repair. Dr. H. Rent For particulars see Dr. C W. Steele, How and Building. 138tf TO RK..VT l p-ttalrs tenement on Third St J. W. Mchela. Telephone 421-j. Mtf TO KK.NT A small abed; will run from six to ten men. Inunir of LeCialr A MoMulty Blackwell Street 87tf TO BERT AT BKASOTfABLIt TERMS A few rooms, well furnished; all medsra lmprevw msnts; hot and eeld water, aatn. Qalalsa Kiovk. 17--' h'erth Mala Street ilsstf BOARD AND ROOMS TO BENT A lurnished room at 19 Kasterm Aveeua. 159 1 TO RKNT Furaished room at S3 Sooth Main 8trret lltfti KRWLV FURNISHED KOOMS TO RENT All modern couvenlencea; ataoAverlll Street Call evenings. Telephoae 3U9-S. 14t TO KKNT Furnished rooms: furnace heat eleotrie ltgbra, eta; with or without board. Inquire of Mrs. Mason Page, 99 lm Street Harre, Vt tistf TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS - Weuabius" ti Jefferson Street ii s At "The Hltf WANTED WANTED Woman wants a place to keea house for an elderly lady or an elderly ceuple. Apply at 17 South Warren Street, off Bpauldlnq Street isms FAHM WANTKD Reliable party woald like to lure a farm all -stocked for a year or term of years, wltn privilege of baying. Address f arm, care or times omoe. iwtir WANTKD Dead horses ta tike away In Barre, Montpelier. M ebit.rvllle, Graattsviils and f'.ast Barre. F, K. Bailey. Telephone sail, WiA-W. 146mol KOK SALE Twelve acres and building on Trow Hill, Pays better than eleven per rent en price asked soots expenses. Metier 1bts Urate. W. W. Button. lUtf FOR SALE Oil RENT Block at 107 South Main Street Store, tenement, barn and ahena. Homer Fitts. I'JS f FOR SALE My hou.e at Jn Nelson Street House new, all ualsherl tn red birch; all modern conveniences; steam heat Largs lot A bsr aaln for someone, as I am leaving the CI lau LOST AND FOUND LOST Saturday night a man's geld watch with fob attached number of watch. ll.43i.KU on ilairt stre-t Finder please return to tie Times office. Reward. 161 t3e FOUND Came into my enclosure, oa Aaeust Nth. on. dark brown Jersey oow, one licit color Jersey oow, and one red and white oow. Owner can have sane by prosing property and paying charges. O. H. Brewer, Plainfield, Vt 169tt Barre. ty.l all mil fArth rh.nr er.n thp most eminent rliie. I Also houeeholil furniture at private sale. ... - - -- at house. C K. Lynhacc, JSo. JO Nelson Street, tor is soiiiewuut oi a uumuut- tie carefully handed the key of a smo-U diary to his executor, bade him open It immediately after his decease and let the contents go forth to the world at large. When the notebook was opened all its pages but the hist were blank, and on that finnl one there was written In large letters "Directions to Patients; Keep your feet wiirm nnd your head cool and trust for the rest to Provi dence." BIDS WANTED. FOR SALK A new house jast completed, situated In a rosiileetlal portlea of the city, oa ft el .on Street Best ef bin h finish wita hard wood floors. Strain keat bath, bet aad eeld water, eer. tube and electric llfhts. It Is a thoroughly built bouse. Rack plaster. It is located on a larre let and ea dry soil, wlthla two mlnates' walk of the rsr line. This is aa Ideal preposition for ens wanting a hoase on easy terms. Marry C Patterson. SO'tf HELP WANTED j Fresh Up to Date Goods j VVM. O. MARTIN'S Watcrmaker and Jeweler J 74 North Main Street Barre, Vt Did Sh.f "Do you know anything about hyp notism 7" asked the fluffy haired girl of her friend In the pink gown. "Well." replied the fluffy haired one as she held up her left hand to display a sparkling solitaire to better advan tage, "yoji ran Judge for yourself." Judge. The Right Thing. "What did you do with yonr book whose leaf you found loosened?" "Put It through a legal process." "What do you meanT' "Had It bound over to keep the ple:e. Baltimore Amerfnew. WANTED Man to work under the traveling rr.ne also one lied setter for the polishing mill. J. P. Cur.kis it Son. lttlfi WANTED A boy with experience, to work on a farm tn Wllliamstowa. W. E. Fiflll. Telephone 3SS-3. ittotts For the reconstruction of two walls under the Foresters hall at East Barrel Length of walls, 35 feet; height of walls, 8 feet. For further information apply to trustees, at East Barre. All right reserved to reject any anj all bids, (;EO. TAYLOR. PERT PELKEY. FRED LABOL'XTY, Trustees. East Barre, Vt. WANTED A ear-able woman for general housework in a family of two. Address wl'b refer.ace. Lock Box ire, Montpelier, Vt l'.Ot ! WANTKD A good, stesrty grsnlra letter cutter. Steady work the year round Union shep. Address F. C Brandt, '.MS Brighton Bosd, It- 8 , Pittsburg, Pa. IwnO WANTED A good, reliable girl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. F. K. Puillips in Lonmis Street Mntpel1er, Vt. lSStfi NOTICE. This is to notify that I give m v son. Cieorge Stone, his time. I will not paf any of his bills, or collect anv of his wages after this dav I, his father, OLIVER STOXE. Harre, Sept. 21," 1912.. WANTF.D A girl to do general housework. i .,11m, mmi 1 . - I,-..- Ur V Price, Lisbon, N. H. liTiG liquid Or tablets. Mow Do You Feel? If you feel weak and languid, and trou bled w ith biliousness and indigestion, get Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, the best lax ative tonic. Any drug store at 25 cenUi