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THE HAUKK DAILY TIMES. UAHHK. VT.. FMDAV, OCTOJiER 4. 1912.
Roofing' Paper
AND ROOF PAINT
You will save money by bvying your one,
two, and thrcc?ply Gauntlet, one, two and
three-ply Tropico Rubber and Amatitc Roof
ing Papers; also building paper, tins and nails
at
E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square
Real estate owner now open youreyei,
lnvetigate, study and thus become wist,
To the fact that
Bishopric Wall Board
is better than lath and plaster, ave 40
per cent, in construction, render 100 per
cent, in service. Any weather U good
building weather when you ue Bishopric
Wall Hoard and Sheathing. Bishopric
Roofing i elf -protecting and require no
paint. Sold by
J. T. CALLAGHAN,
360 No. Main St, ... . fearre, Vermont.
BUSINESS CARDS.
f
ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M,D. C
' Veterinary Pbysleiai and Surjeoi
ludial. Cicie Vilerinar, Cof.'sji
N. E. Telrpheae, 31-II
Alt Hi Psanls't Lin
?j Office and Hospital, South Barre
j CARL . PERKINS
( Electrical Engineer Contractor
f Eleetrle Fixture and Sup pile I
P Electric Wiring of All Kindt
199 North Main St Barre, Vt
Telephone t Store 159-M, Boue 74 3.
, DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
1 OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
i Office In room 38. Mile building. Offiee
fcour. 0 a. am. to 12 m. and ltSO to 4
;. an, Monday, Tuesday. Thurday and
'Friday. Telephone connection.
HALE'S SPECIALTY!
House Furnishing Store J
is the place where you can fur-
nish your home at living prices
No. 118 North Main Street, Barrel
M. J. WHITCOMB
Licensed Embalmer
Calls answered promptly day or night.
iAn rp-to-dato ambulance in connection
EAST BARRE, VT.
'Telephone 229-11.
j MERCHANT TAILORING
Alto Cleaning, Presaiog ,
f and Repairing
MOORE & OWENS,
122 North Main St, Barre. Vt
RILEY'S ORCHESTRA
Music for all occasions.
Latest and nst popular
music.
Telephone ... 842-21
THE MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD
WINTER TRAIN SCHEDULE EFfECTIVE SEPTEMBER 30,
1912, BETWEEN BARRE, MONTPELIER AND BOSTON.
TliKOL'GH COACH leave liarre at 7:20 a. m. and Montpelier at
8 a. m. DAILY KXCEIT iSL'NDAY, arriving in llostou at
4:4j p. m.
LOCAL TRAIN leaves Barre at 12:25 p. in. and Montpelier at
1:10 p. m. DAILY EXC'EIT SUNDAY, arriving in Boston
at 8 p. in.
PULLMAN SLEEriXfJ CAR leave Karre at 0: '10 p. m. and Mont
pelier at 10 p. in. DAILY, arriving in Boston at 7 : 30 a. m.
THROUGH COACH leaves Boston DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Ht
10 a. m., arriving in Montpelier at 3:00 p. in. and Barre at
. 5:32 p. m.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR leave Boston DAILY at 8:30 p. m.,
arriviug m Montpelier at 7:30 a. m. and Barre at 8 a.
in.
She Dad ConsumpnoL
Was Dying; Now Well
EVkmnii'i Alterative Is being used wltt
tji-cea in treatment of Tiiherrulos'r
In all part of the country IVmoin wh
bnve taken It, Improved, gained welgl't.
eiliaiisllhif night sweats toprd, fever dl
liilnlshed, himI many recovered If you e'
interested to know morw nboiit II, we l"
put 7011 lu tom b with some who ore unw
well. Vou esn Investigate and Judge f "
yourself. Head of Mr. Uovert recover
0 . Urltttlu, lud
lionriemen : I nillklHK mm prraap j
short history of the remarkable reeove'1
.if hit mother-in-law (Mri. Annn Oovery
mllttit benefit winie other sulTerer, !(
give the following testimonial: AU -Jt
Heptemlier In. MM, the was tnken lit
with Catarrhal rnenwioiila, nl continue.
l,r grew worse, requiring- a trained nurs
Night sweat were so had that It w'i
necessary to change her clothing nca ck
twice every nlulit : lier cough In. ren r.l
anil ant ao bsd that everybody eejieJ
Unit she would not live much Houjc
In .Taunarv, when llev. Win Bern;, si
Ht. Mlebael'a Church, at Sharevllle,. ,(m.
prennred for her denth, lie recouin wndf
thnt I get Krkiiian's Alterative, anil sen
If It would not give her som rief
then requested the attending phvskfan to
give his dlaannsls and be Inforimid mi
tlmt she had Consumption and wm lir;
vend all medlrnl aid. When 1 asl ed
he thought thst It wnt neles to t y the
Alterative, he reeled thnt 'No phj sielnu
eould help h-r any and I eould snl t my
sr-lf nhout It ' So I Immedlatelj hnd
Itev. Wm. Herg to send for a hottle
prni'thnllv without hope for recoi ery. I
Insisted thnt she try the Alterative.- which
the did. 1 nm glad to sny that s e soon
tiegnn to Improve. Now. she wo rks as
hard aa ever, weighs twenty pound,
beavler than she ever did before sj le took
si. k. snd Is lu good health, fthe . frnnkly
aavs she owes her life and ht ilth to
Erknian'a Alterstlve."
(Sworn Aflldiivin JOS. ORIHI MKR.
Kekmsn's Alterative Is effec-tlve fm Hron
ehltls, Asthma. Hny Fever; Thl oat and
Lima Trouble, and In upbuil4 lug the
system. Iioes not eontsln poisons. nplati'S
or linblf fnrmliiff drugs. Ask foi booklet
telling of recoveries, mid write to Rekman
I.almrHtory, Philadelphia. !'.. for more evi
dence. For sale by all leadlDg I lrugglsts
Ued Cross Pharmacy Barre, Vt.
.ABOUT THE STATE
Happening of Intereit F;om Dif
ferent Section.
I
E.-(ioV. lohn (i. rt'ulloii(fh will (lose
liia sumnior resilience at North Ben
nington October 8 and with hia family
will retiiru to New York City for the
winter.
Mis. V. C. Kelmy of Whiting, who
was 118 years old OoJ. 2, took her a 11 nun I
horseliiii'k ride on that date, a custom
he lias observed for several liirtlulny
anniversaries.
Ex-Gov. fi. II, Prouty is now 011 his
way home from Europe, much improved
in health, and he is expected to arrive
home in A few days. Hit has passed
several months in England, hut has
made a brief 'jsit to Germany and Russia.
The Barre Opera House
I DANCE Orchestra CONCERT
i Edwin W. Bruce, Director
and Manager
25 N.ls.n St , Telephone 422-12
i Fresh Up to Date Goods i
1
A Log on the Track
of the- fast express means serious trou
ble ahead if not removed, so does loas
of appetite. It mean lack of vitality,
loss of strength and nerve weaknes.
If appetite fails, take Electric Bitters
quickly to overcome the cause by toning
up the stomach and curing the indiges
tion. Michael Hessheinier of Lincoln,
Neb., had been aick over three years, but
six bottlea of Electric Bitters put him
right on hia fet again. They have helped
thousands. They give pure blood, strong
nerves, good digestion, vmly 50 cents
at the Red Cros Pharmacy. Advt.
1
j WM. O. MARTIN'S j
j f Watchmaker and Jeweler - j
Barre, Vt. J
91 Wn. fc .In
Three Generations Have Passed
t l Since the Discovery of H ,
rMiraic rnvin'
?' for coughs, colds and lung troubles, but
thousands remain to tell the story of
f its wonderful curea. Sold everywhere.
S I
i;
i,
10c Cigar, factory output now at the
rate of thirty-five million annually. By
far the largest selling brand of IOe Ci
gar in the world. Factory. Manches
ter, N. H. .
H. A. PHELPS
Real Estate Operator
City and farm property. Timber land,
jnarry land. Building lot. Tenement
Jar rent. Comaaiislon reasonable.
Roams 4 anal 5, Hil.s Blaofc
Telephone 314-2, ' Barre, Vermont,
ADVERTISE YOUR
WANTS IN THE
TIMES AND GET
SURE RESULTS
ir
r s
! JEWELRY !
! When TOfI want a n?er of I
j artistic, guaranteed quality j
I Jewelry, come in and see our
I KIcncm display.
o. J. dodge. The jeweler.
Auction Sale
OF
Personal Property.
As I have been in the milk business
in Montpelier for more than 20 years,
I hav decided to close out my stock
and trive up the business, so will ell
at public auction to the highest bidder,
on
Tuesday, October 812
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon on the
premises where I now live just outside
of Montpelier, Vt., on the Berlin pond
road, the following described personal
property:
46 HEAD OF CATTLE
consisting of 21 Holsteina and 5 Durham
cows, six of them just in. Seven to ten
to freshen right away. No one own a
better lot of milk cows. All young,
large and perfect in every way. 1 have
always kept the best. Come and see
them before the sale.
Also 6 large blck and white heifers,
coming 3 years old; 10 black and white
heifer, coming 2 years old. These heif
ers have all been bred to freshen this
fall and early winter and are aa (rood
a bunch a you can find. Also 1 full
blood Holstein bull, coming 2 years old;
3 yearling heifers, some young calve
and 1 hog. Also 1 pair of team horses,
fi and 7 years old, weight 3.2(H) pounds
a bang-up, good, all-around team. I
MeCormiek corn harvester, I Kemp ma
nure spreader, and some wagons and
household furniture. A good clean lot
of stock -nd other property. Everything
goea without limit or reserve. Lunch
at noon. Terms at time of sale.
GEO. R. LAWRENCE, OWNER.
C. F. SMITH, AUCTIONEER, Barre, Vt.
Excursion to Montreal $2.75.
Tiradav, Oct. 13, 1012, Central Ver
mont raihvav will run an excursion to
Montreal and return: Barre, Montpe
lier and Williamstown. $2.75. Tickets
good going on trains leaving Williams
town 7:20 a. m., 10:30 a. ni.; Barre,
8:00 n. in., 3:40 p. m.; Montpelier, 8:40
a, ni., 4:00 p. m.; tickets good return
ing until October IS, 1012.
Save Leg of Boy.
"It seemed that my 14-year-old boy
would have to lose his leg, on account
of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad bruise."
wrote IX F. Howard, Aquone, N. C. "AH
remedies and doctors' treatment failed
till we tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve and
cured him with one box." Cure burns,
boils, skin eruptions, piles. 2.3c at the
lied Oosa Pharmacy. Advt.
Animal Thermomete .
Crickets have a tendency to chirp
gynchronouly or in time wlhh one an
other. It 1 claimed that 'they cblrp
more rapidly In warm thim in cold
weather. The Increase baat even been
rated at four chirp a minute for each
degree the temperature increases.
Certain animal appear to act as ba
roraeters. It la said that i-hlle frogs
remain yellow nothing but fine wenth
er may be expected, but Tthat should
their coat begin to assume a brown
hue bad weather is approaching.
A spider seen spinning It web In the
morning heralds a fine duo-. If seen
in the evening then at leas the whole
of the night and the follow? morning
will be fine. If it Is raining and the
owl screeches better weatherwlll en
sue. Harper's.
The Ancient and Honorable Artillery
company of Boston will visit Burlington
next week, arriving I ueaday afternoon.
Wednesday tliev will go to Ausable
ChaMii and a'ill also visit riattsburg
barracks. Thursday will be given over
to pleasure rules about the city and a
vinit to the military post, and the party,
which will number Sot), will return home
Friday by special train.
George T. Chaffee of Hut hind, one of
the trustees of the state agricultural
school at Uandolpli Center, hiiB present
ed the state with a fine yearling .lersey
bull from the well-known high t-ls
Jersey herd. The school can now boast
of a fine a barn as there is in the slate.
it is now completed and has modern n
ALL fOR10 CENTS
GRAND SPECIAL OFFER
The VAl'OCUHA 1XHAI.KH
convert a oomtiimitl.m ( lieul
liiic iiiliiandKeriiilcliirxinto f"K
liku vuuur mid semis tins vujinr
into every Air lmsi-iii-ii of ihe
none, thntut and dicta, lielinr
tlio iiii'iiitiraiiii snd cur inn
cllioiilo llKl.DH. (AlAKKII,
( AlAltKHAI. DKA K.N h.Ss,
II A Kf. VKK, ASTHMA,
M KUN Ol I'll A Mild WKAK
LUX OH. If liacil litilllflllly,
sccoriliiiK to Instructions sc.
company iii(r the Inhaler, cnhls
can hr eurml In a few tiuurs und
catarrh, etc., In a few weeks,
lo introduce and prove the
wundcrful workinirs of this in
vention, you c;in procure spe
cial a Vapiicuru Inhaler witli
full and ctunpleie inxtructions
lor home medication
FOR ONLY 10 CENTS
On Saturday or Monday, Oct. 5th and
7tl, at tha Red Cross Drug- Store, 100
Main Street, Uarre, Vt..
or mailed to any address poxtpuld special on
receipt of ton cents liy standard Vanorlzer
Company, 110 West 84th 8t., New York
TOR SALE.
OK HAI.K-HoTPniy-0r Khorl Island Had
1'ulloUi for sals. Apply at II Brooklyn 8irt
, 171t
FOR HA1.K The frama building- known as
the Hlaokwell Streot Huse Home, located near
the Blackwell Ml rent bridge. At ths land on
whloh tbia ImiUliuK standi is not owned br tba
eity. the pnrchaanr will have to wove tu
buildinit off Irooi the same or make arrautre
nionta with the owner to loaie or purchase the
land. Healed offers will he received by tha
undemlKiied up to Monday, Ucteher 7. at seven
.,1,'. ,.... 'ri. ii oit i . o'c oca. r. M. vt 1 lam tirown, . xi. warn,
pliances. I lie cow stable is .) by 00. I iw,.,i.i um . h..n mnimiiuu l ctiv
XI... ,1 - I ... 1, . 1 .. ,..j.-
me ihim aie cmicreie, ami in me cow or tiarra.
stalls have corked brick. Tliev expect to
winter 14 dersevs ami 14 HoUteins.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Time will publish Watt, Loil
and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. abort
advertisement at the rate of four lines
for twenty-five cent for the first inser
tion and five cent for each ubsequent
insertion.
nnr wood ron sals
Iry sofc-wond slabs at 60 cent per running
oorit. Aiao a few good trades offered In refuaa
wooil anu bu.irus. Tha Orunire l.uiulier ;,iid
pany, oraiiue, Vt. I. O. addreai, It. O. No 4,
barre, Vu Kotl)'
It OU HAI,lr. Iteclstared O. I. C. pigs, pairs
not akin, and one rvlce boar alx ni nitlit o tl,
a dandy; al.o one Jiurro powar nearly new. Jut
the tiling for nprtliir tha cream separator,
warning msnhlua or ilium. J. Burton ) lk,
Alarahlleld, Vt. ' , 7otf
KOll 8ALK Four to flve wetki old pia.
K. ,1. Jerry, t uner Corners. K. '. I),, It'ute
No. 1, Barre, Vt. liUtu
HAK KUS Kny payinenta on new and seonnd
hand Mi Dow i:t.i. I) kns and suppllra Wrlia
for eataloKiie and teriiia. Jiepartment H. Me
liuwull Uven Co., l&ii Htat Ht.. Boaion. lo9i
llAKK MAY HOH.HK for sale; pacer; yoanif,
sound, afruid of notuini. ha to for a woman to
drive; lota of sty A. line looker sod can atep
some. Mikkea a Itne fauiily horse. Will welxa
about 875 pounda. Price right, ( all any time,
or write. 1.. M. Grout, Vermont Slate Hospital,
Water bury. 16yt3
KOH SALK-Kour-wecka-old pigs.
Hall. Telephone 47D-VV.
Amos A
ltli
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Wtf
Auction Sale
OF
I
20b
Main St. Sol Agency for
"Boston American" in Bant, I
v ..... . .
laiiiMlaiiaiaiieilJ
ej
I
FIRE
Insurance Rates
REDUCED
Seventeen old reliable Stock
Companies and five- Mntnala.
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,
as 4 4 Bolster Block. Barra, TL
Auction Sale
OF
Personal Property!
A I Have Sold My Farm and Tools, I
Will Sell at Public Auction to
the Highest Bidder, on
Saturday, October 5, 1912,
At 1 O'clock Sharp in the Afternoon
on the premises where I now live i it
Barre Town, Vt.. known as the Henry
Favne farm, situated 2 miles from Barre
City ami 1 mile from Cobble Hill cream-
25 Cows
consisting rf Holsteins, .lersevs, Guern
sey and Ayrshire. Thee cows are
voting and all right every one of them.
Some now fresh and all will be this fail,
from now on. I am not afraid to say
this is on of the heat herds in town.
Age and time of freshening puaratiteed.
THREE HEIFERS, COMING 3 YEARS
OLD, WITH CALF, 1 full blond IMMe n
bull 2 Tear old; 1j nice soring pullet
1 nearly new dump cart. 1 International
manure spreader. AIo about tons
of first--las hay all in the birn lfore
Joly Irt ani evert- lxk of it is No. I
hay and can etay in ham unt.I April I
if desired. A moe rlsn b t of ftia-k
and hay- ji.t the Jnd you are !.! ir.g
for. AH to be ld t thi. b.i'irt biiJer
without re-rve or limit.
Term at Time of Sale.
PAUL FIERS0J5 S, 0WlfE
C F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Bane, Vt.
PERSONAL PROPERTY !
I Will Sell at Public Auction to the
Highest Bidder on
Wednesday, October 9, 1912,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the
premises where I now live in Williams-
town, Vt., formerly known aa the A. I.
Cram farm, situated on the Korthfield
road, 3',2 miles from Williamstown vil
lage, the following described live stock:
7 Young Grade Guernsey Cows
that will freshen this fall and early
winter; 2 2-year-old heifers, 3 yearling
heifers and 1 bull; also 1 good farm
team, both mitres, 8 year old and will
weigh 2.4IX) pounds; 1 colt coming 2
years old.
FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY
I 2-horse farm wagon, 1 express wagon.
1 buck board and 1 buggy wagon, 1 set
of 2-horse traverse sleds, 1 express sleigh
and 2 other sleighs, mowing machiivo,
horso rake, riding seeder, wheel har
row, spring tooth harrow, 2 plows, weed
er, cultivator and fanning mill, 1 set of
double work harnesses, 1 set of douhle
drive harness's and z single Harnesses,
1 set of platform scales, 3 box stoves,
with all sniiill farm tools, such as whif
ftVtreos. eveners, hoes, forks, rakes, shov
els. chains, etc.
DAIRY TOOLS 1 1. S. cream separa
tor, churn, butter worker, stamps and
boxes. j
CROPS 35 tons of good ha v. cu
early; also a quantity of corn, oats, bar
ley ami potatoes, and some other arti
cles not mentioned. A good lot of stock
and tools. Sale positive .rain or shine,
as I must i-ell. Terms at time of sale.
Lunch at noon.
M. N. CAMPBELL, OWNER.
C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, jg.
A Slight Mistake.
She was a little -woman, and she had
entered a department store in a sub
urban town. She "walked up to a big.
Important looking man near the door
and said:
"I want to seessome of your bang
lngs,"
"Sorry, ma'nra." said the big fellow,
with a smile, "but-we are not goinj to
have any today."
"None today? Why. what do yoo
mean? Aren't you the floorwalker?"
'No, ma'am: I'm the sheriff, and
I'm glad to say there's nobody to be
hanged foday." ffonkers Statesman.
A fire which broke out in the shavings
and sawdust bin at the box factory of
the Bryant A Cary Manufacturing com
pany in Kutluiid Tuesday did about $100
worth ol damage. 1 lie building is in
sured. The firemen worked about half
an hour before the fire was extinguished.
The damage was mostly from smoke and
water, a stock of goods ready for ship
ment being slightly damaged. The cause
id unknown.
Properties for Sale
No. 491. 100-ACRE FARM IN BERLIN
Owner going West and wants to sell at once.
Ihis Is an excellent chance for one wanting a
fruit, truck or poultry farm. Located only two
milesfrom friontpelie'rongood road. JUiildings
are good. Nine room house in nice shape and
conveniently arranged, twinning water at the
house and barn. T wo hen nouses : one 60 x 14
and one TO x IS feet. Basement burn 30x4(1 feet,
with lean-to 30x3i feet, and silo. I'lace is very
pleasantly located; near neighbors and school.
ihe luml is a litt.lM rstilintr toil eantlv wol keil.
Wood enough for place. W are allowed to
offer this desirable property with all personal
properly, including inree norses, runcn nrao
The tteven-monHis-old- son of Principal
and Mrs. L. H. Allen of Johnson swal
lowed an open safety-pin one day Inst
week, which he had removed from his
clothing. The pin remained in the
child's throat until Friday, in spite of j wagons, sleighs, harrows, and all tools and
the etforts of several doctors. On that i ma;llln''T- also, all crops everything ready to
dav he was taken to the Marv Fletcher
t'OH ALK III.ACK DlAMOKD HCMHUK HOOF
t'Aisr, by th gallon, barrel or carload. It Is1
water, weather, Mrs and iun proof; weighs IO0!
pounds to the barrel. I am ready to natnt or
repair your roofs. K. L i)ensn.ora, Oeneral
Aent, i x'leasant street. lttitr
rori 8AI.K Two kitchen ranges; bath have
hot water attachments and reservoirs; butir
good bakers; one nearly new; one medium size
and one smaller. A bargaia for someone. In
quire of (I. f. Hmith, 16 West Patterson Street,'
or at I'erry's Keai Estate office. ltstf
JTOR BALKOne 4 xli plate camera, focus
r. r. lens In II & L. uiiieum, shorter, 3 doable
plate bol ter; leather carving case and tripod.
Cheap fur cash. Call on or address, W. A.
Klley, 'i'Ji North Main Street. Telephone call,
M-4. d67t
COW'S KOR KALE Have more stock than I
can tie up. Will ell a tew cows, just due to
freshen; also a fw seven-weeks old pigs sndj
good potatoes. W. C. Matson, Williamstown,
Vu N. K. telephone 3S1-'J4. 167tf
POULTRY FOR SALE
We have about fifty K. C. B I. Ued young
hen. A part of them have been In our breed-1
Ing pens. All are In good fleu. frloe V! 1-Jo
per pound. A. P. ABBOTT.
rott 8ALK A work or drlving horse; alee1
secoad-haud wagons. Inquire at i'apln Bros, j
Livery.
lilt
KOH RALE rigs aad sboau. 1 wll! alae de
butehtrlng. Sea Batclielder. Telephene call,
367 M. 61tf I
if stock, eiirht bo?, fceventv-tive hens, mowing
machine, liorae. rake, hay tedder, three cultiva
tors, gasollno eugiue (nearly new), ensilage
cutter anil carrier, uei.eval cream separator
hospital ill Burlington, where it was
located and removed by making an inci
sion.
Tennyaon Embarrassed.
Great crlse affect people differently.
With lotue the bnir turns white, with
others emotion expresses Itself In In
consequent speech. Tennyson wtwm be
first met Frederick Robertson, whom
be much admired and wbo be knew
admired bis poems, was so nervous
thnt be could talk to the "muctubeloved
Driest" of nothing but beer.
LIVED UP TO THE TEXT.
do business, for only SJmou.UO. Ihis farm will
please you and we want to show it to you. lliti
No. t2S Another good noiiltrv proposition
Fifteen acres of nice landonlvt,ix niih from
railroad and good town. Five acres of tillage;
five acres of woodland and the same amount of
nasture. Tillaee land is level anil verv produc
tive. Bam is no x 30 feet, in good shape. Hen
house and carriage house. Six .room house.
Deep Impression on Little rural tree deliver -and telephone lines Owner
is anxjoits to sell and will include one good
It Made a
Julia, and She Did Her Best.
"Be not forgetful to entertain stran
gers, for thereby some have entertain
ed angels unawares."
The foregoing quotation Is from
chapter sill, verso 2. book of Hebrews,
and It Is Introduced solely because it
constitutes a vital part of this story.
Julia Is ten years old, and she goes to
Sunday school. It appear that on a
recent occasion the Sunday school
teacher had considerable to say about
this matter of "entertaining angels un
awares." Anyway, it made a deep Im
pression with Julia.
A few days after the lesson Julia's
mother left her in charge of the house
for a few hours. When the mother re-
' hirao fu'ii paw. nn. n.1w,r,a lltmll.o- U'9lf(ltl
one one-horse sled, work harness, driving har
ness, sleigh, buggy, plow, cultivator, all small
tools, hay fodder. etc., for only $1150.00. Better
look this up at once. H
TO REN r Five-room cottage with garden,
at No. 04 bailroad Street. lUi
GRANITE BUSINESS fOR SALE
rranft? btMiness in proprroufl Illinois town:
conniMtnc of h modern elied. IUJx-'i) fet, well
ventilated, well Cfjtiifid, with machinery, in
cluding ixty horse power boiler, fifty noise
power engine, thirty hor powr (tiiAoline en
jrms (new i. KUiftUell air compretssnr ninety
feet pr minute i, ten-ton travelling crane, two
pohM.ing wheels, larjfe Kot ten urfacert-. bump
NEW WAY ENGINE
Seven H. P. double opposed cylin
ders, slightly used, in first-clacs
condition. This is a good trade '
for somebody.
A. W. ALLEN i AVERILL MILLS
WHIPS
Whips of all kinds for. sale at
lowest prices, 10c and up, at
ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt.
TO RENT
TO KENT An tiB-stair tenement of five.
rooms at 33 Merchant Street. Inqaira at the ;
nremises or at o. 70 North Alain Street. Mrs. I
H. 8. Wiles. , IGUtfi
er. nhii? drill, a lot of nneumatic tool, etc.. lie
sides veil eouiooed blacksmith shop. A large
amount of work on band lresidcs two cars of
TO RKNT Oetober 1st: a sis-room cottage
at the corner of Newton Street and Klmwood
Avmue Apply to Mn. 'rrm Liwrnt, on
ami street. - UWtf
TKKEMKNT TO BENT AttlJ South Main
Street. Aluo, for sale, green oats for fodder.
Telephoae 4-'l-2l. ltK
dimension stock, fverything would invoiw
for around (lO.ouO. but the owners s:iv sell at
turned she went to n particular cup in . one "t the owners is anxious to go
iue tupuuuiu tu riuuu ureii-iium a everything was sattsiftiHorv. ilere Is an excel-
A WORD TO THRIFTY BOYS, AND
GIRLS.
Do you'know that thriltlis largely a
matter of habit?
Do you know that if 'you commence
saving your loose change the hahit will
grown upon you, until it will he a great
er pleasure to aave your money than to
spend it for things you, do not need !
The Lsduoille County Savings Bank
and Trust Company rs-oepts deposits of
anv size no deposit is too small, no
deposit is too large.
The following tablrwahow the amount
you will nave at tne emi ot one to twenty-five
years, if you deposit $r.00 each
month, computing interest at 4 per rent.,
compounded semi-annually, as is done
by the Hyde Tark. ISavings Bank:
half dollar. In this cup Is kept the
family pin money, and Julia's mother
knew thnt she had put 50 cents there
before she had gone out. But the
half dollar was gone. There was an
expresslou of anxiety on Julia's face,
and mother scented mischief.
"Did you take that mouey?" asked
the mother, somowhat severely.
Julia broke into tears. "I gave it to
a man that came to the back door."
sobbed the little girl.
"Gave It to n man!" exclaimed the
mother. "TX'hnt for?"
"I thought he might be an angel un
awares," replied Julia. Kansas City
Star. ' ,
lent opportunity for anyone acquainted with
th business to engage in something that is
profitable and do business direct with the con
sumer. Call at our ortice and see photograph.
CITT TA RH-One hundred and sixty-eight
acres near Montpelier; thirteen minute's' walk
from business section; sew-er; city water; side
walks; electric lights, etc. ; all the advantages,
t his farm will appeal to yon if ynu are looking
for something extra nice ; all stocked and tools
ready for business. Over thlrtv head of stock;
pair 'of heavy horses; good equipment of tools;
about 75 tons of excullent hay and all growing
crops. Field are sinooth ami the soil 1m excel- j
lent. Sugarbush; g.iod pastures ; modern barns I
with n lie stables. House has motiern piummug,
etc. t'naceountof poor health the owner wihes
to sell eviTytbing and will give immediate p,.
session. I'rico low considering the property.
Let us show th is to you. lal
TJ KKNT- Tenement of six rooms; olectria
lichts and furnace heat, bath, eta Mrs. M.
Oarny, 46 Fearl Street. 161 tf
TO RKNT A part of store at 74 .Nerth Main
Street. Wm. O. Martin. 161tf
TO RKNT Modern seven-room cottage In a
central location. Inquire at the I). A. I'errv
Real KsaaU Agency, Howland Block. 133tr
STORE TO KEN'T
oetti, Barre.
-Apply to J. B.
Baa gut -
unt
TO RKNT Two modern stores, Ne, 209 or 7t
North Main Struct. Also a tenement e Hirer
Street. Inquire of John Cleary, SfO North Main
Street Jlotf
TO Ri: r fp-statrs tenement on Third St.
J. W. Nichols. Telephone 41-3. Sitf
1
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3
4
5
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in
20
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$f0
.... l-0
ISO
240
. . . . 300
3tiO
420
. . . . 480
S40
tifHI
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.... 1.200
1,500
SO 1.30
125.07
11)1.42
2H0.47
332.20
407.01
4S4.70
505.114
fi4n.7i)
737.34
1,231.07
1 .832.05
2.."l!b.04
Tungsten Lamps
CHEAPER
See our new 8-12-16 c. p.
Tungstens, the first in the
city.
The New Prices:
10 wan 8 c. p. - 40c
15 watt 12 c. p. - 40c
20 watt 16 c. p. - 40c
25 watt 20 c. p. - 40c
40 watt 32 c. p. - 45c I
60 watt 4S c. p. - 60c j
100 watt 80 c. p. - 90c
150 watt 120 c. rn $1.35
250 watt 200 c. p. $2.35
Frosted Bowl, Sc extra.
Barre Electric Co.,
IIS Kertk at.ia Stmt. WWk IWk,
TeirpfeoM W W
Note at the end of 25 years your de
posit will amount to fltal, but with
interest at 4 per cent., compounded semi
annually, the amount to your credit at
that time will be i2,5(H1.64. How many
boys spend foolishly, needlessly and
oftentimea for something that i worse
than useless, $5.00 per month? Think
it over and see if you cannot bring your
self to lelieve that you will enjoy sav
ing better than sicnding. and thereby
become a capitalist.
It is abeolutely safe to send your
money by mail to the Hyde Park Sav-J
iiigs Hank, either by postal or express
money order, personal or bank check,
express or '"gii-tercj letter. In the near
ly 24 years of its existence, tnt dol
Isr sent by mail to thie bank has been
lot.
RrnirmVr, too, that during it entire
existence this bank has never lost a dol-
v a poor ndo and does not, in the
indtnnent of it directors, to-dar own a
90c single dollar of poor or doubtful awts.
Its managers are thoroughly cwiservs
t:ve iSankr, tn"n who never erult.
never deal with Wall street, and the
hank dor rot own a dollar of paper
ravine more than ix prr eent. interest.
ESTATE OF OTIS W. FREEMAN.
STATE OK VERMONT, ) The Honorable
Dlsiri' tot Washington, ss. ( Probate Court for
th District aforesaid: To all persons Inter
ested In the estate of Oti W. Freruan, lata of
siArsEjeiu in aaiu xostrict, unoeaaeu,
Greeting:
Whereas, said Court has assigned the 'liti day
ot Ootober next for examining and allowing
the account of the AdminUirator Of the estate
of said deeeaeed. ana for a decree of the
residue of said estate to the lawful claimant
of the same, and ordered that public notice
thereof be given to all persons Interested In
I said estate by pabllablng thie order throe week.
suecreitveiy previous to tne any assigned, in
the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published
at the City of Rarre la said District.
Therefore you are hereby notified to appear
at the Probate Office In Montpelier in said
District, on the day assigned, then and there
to oonreet the allowance of said account if von
see omasa, and to establish your right as heirs,
legatees and lawful claimants to said residue.
Olven nnder my hand, this 3d day of October
1912.
rttANK J. MARTIN, Judge.
oct 4-lt-U
TO FXCH ANGE fight-room house, barn
asd quite a. quantity of lurid for smaller prop
erty in central location, 'ihis is an hie. il place
for gardening. 151
WOOD LOT FOR SALrT-Price l0. 131
A LARGE TIMBER TRACT-Fstimated
lO RKNT A small shed; will rur. from s s
to ten men. Inuuir of LiClalr & ilcNulty
Hlackwell Street. s7tf
fO RKNT AT REASONABLE TEHMS A few
roams, well furniehed; all modern Improve
ments; kot and rnlrt water, bath, (jaialen
Nieck. 1?.' North Mala Street 41K(
HELP WANTED
l.SuO.uuo feet soft wood.
Ul
WANTED A good man for driving faro.
E. H. SIyto. Eat Montpelier, Vt Teieph.in
For further particulara regarding any
of the above properties. Inquire of
Till 0. A, Perry Real Estate Agency
BARRE, VERMONT
FARM FOR SALE Contains UG acres, more
or !; goad sugar place of 10 u trees, with
ew Leader rig; bars 8ux4fi: stock and tools.
Apply to D. L. Scott, East Calais. 150tf
ESTATE Ot ELIZA M. FREEMAN.
STATE OF VERMONT. I The Honorable
Distrlotof Washington, as. Probate Court
for the Dtstrti aforesaid; To all persons
interested la the eotate of Eliza M. Fieeinan,
late of atarabfleld in said District, deeeased.
Greeting:
Whereas, said Court has assigned the vs I dav
of October next for examtmug and allowing
the account of th Aduuniairatur of the estate
of raid deceased, and for decree of the
residue or aaid estate to the lawful claimants
of the same, and ordered that publlo notice
thereof he given to all persons interested in
said estate by publishing this order three weeks
euceeesivelv previous to the day aasigned. in
tli Barre Dally 'Itmra, a newspaper published
at the City of xtarre in aaid Distort.
Therefore, yoa ar hereby notified to appear
at the Prolate Office in M-vitpeller, la said
District, on th day assigned, then and there
to contest the allowance of said account if you
see cans, and to estaulish your rich' ae birs,
legaceee and tawfi-l rlalmante to said residue.
,iven under my hand, this m day of October. I
lilt.
FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge.
OCt4-tMS
FOR 8 ALE My twe-tenement heuse on
North Hemiaary Htreet Rente for .".'.on pr
month. twiy patntea anti in good repair.
Dr. C. H. Keat for particulars see Dr. C. W.
Rteele, Howland Building. 13tt
34" Si, Montpelior,
17ltf
WANTED To employ: a good designer and
granite rstimator for work in a Southern town.
Permanent position and good salary to the
right party. In applying state salary required.
Southern Marble fc Uraulta Company, Spar
tanburg, M. C KltS
WANTED To work In New Vorki draughts
man, capable of mating full site detail working
drawings and laying out lettering. Applr to
th Kllnr (iranite Company, 600 Fifth Avenue.
New York City. 107t3
FOR ".ALE Twelve acres and building on
Trow Hill. Pays better than elevn. per rent
n price asked above expenaea. eletter inves
tigate. W. W. Sutton. 13itf
FOR SALE OR RENT Black at 107 S.inth
Main street. Store, tenement, barn and she-ts.
Homer Fill. l'JS.f
FOR SALE a new house eeaipleted,
situated lu a reetdeattal portion of Uie oitv, on
Meiaon Street Beet nf bin b nnlsk wit bard
wced floors, ateara beat, bath, bet and eel
water, eel tubs and electric ilfhts. It la a
tboronghlv built house. Back nlaatnr. It I
lerared on a large let and on dry sll. within
SALESMEN WANTED to look after our In
terest in Washington and adjacent counties.
Salary or commlxston. Address Th Victor
Oil Cempany, Cleveland, Ohio. T71tl
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Must lie a good plain ceok. Oood
wages, airs. J. W. Gordon, No. 23 Klcbaruaon
Street, city. 16ltje
WANTED A good teamster. F. L, Rayden.
Barre. Vt Telephone connection. 169tj
WAN TED Clerical work; bookkeeping; in
surance ntli,-e work preferred. Can do anything.
Address "S," this office. loStf
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework in a family of two. Apply at anew
to Mrs John H. Vl.in, 33 East Libsrty Street.
Montpelier. iMtf
H i VI Hi u.n in Im hMlmr trad. T
rwe minuir wm in m. ir n. t nu is an - , f(w wePks reqnired. W age after nrst montn.
Ideal preposition for e wanting a Mom on I f,tedy position irnarauteed. Write for eat.
easy terms. Harry C. Patterson.
BOARD AND ROOMS
TO RENT Nice, large, south room; electric
and ra liiht. steam brat. Apply at IS Rich
ardson Street. '.am
ROOMS lo RENT Fnrntshed roems -with
or without Imird. wi -titr. Ave niumt-.' a .lk of
shed on Batchsider'a meadow, inquire at IM
Washington Street. !67tf
locus. Moler's Barber College, )7 Bewary,
New York. WIS
TO RENT The old Fire station building an
Slsrksr.il Street. This bulldlnr is well suited
for siore purposes. Apply to W illiam Brown.
W. H. Ward, Donald AleLeod, Property Com
mittee at City of Karx. l4tf
W ANTED Man wiih family to work on a
fsrm. uit be a good milker. Telephone
Isi.W", East Mentpelier. K. C. Cowdrey. l4tf
WANTED
WANTFI A farm with stock to rent by tk
?ear, ar wauld operate It an harn. Wauid
iketataks peesiii tectaber iilh. Add-rss
Oeoige K. Faata, Williamstawn. ll.TW
WANTFD IB BI Y On hundred ton f
hay. A. Tuanut, atarra, L lC4:f
WANTED Dead hot- to tike awav ta
Bart. M"urile Wfc.tsriil .ritTi I.
nd t-MM Bate. F. k. Usury, laufikeae '-K
-w. IsMBOl
W ANTED TO Bt'T-8an4-haa4 faraitare:
(a r" suits d hbra. lioth and
hoea bought tk. If yoaj bav nosibmg to
ssll tl one wt writ ta Mr. Abram Fib 44
Mp At na. Rsri. lelepaove 1. 17.W
' ' " ..." i WiT(b-Hrnti r.ralttrkei
inlTCt Jifaioabie in laranav plares. riviicaf basing. 44rsn Unes Her
, , , ... . J ., . "t titHarketrttrMtortkaisft.JIssire..
the uiiivrre rule OI tl i bank. .VI t, taaada. i;tU'
T RENT Furnished room ta rent at 60
South Mam Street A. W. Heat tie. I.7tf
to RENT Furnished ma at 3 South Mam
Street li:f
NEWLY Fl'RNISHEO KIKlss 1(1 KKM
All raodarn rouTnienre; t 20 Averiil ttrt
(all vning. Tel-pnaae JirJ-J. ls:f
TABLE BOARD AND BOOMS At
Wauaain,' Si Jeffersa ilml
'Ik
Jiltf
LOST AND FOUND
LOT Tw (enalt b ack and whit br ands,
tarn sreaksaga Lst en r"Sf frward t.rolan.
Naiify L. A. Dwnlag, Barre, t. K. f l .
Root No. L IT
VittX
Hut) Robber!.
JUST RECEIVED
A SHIPMENT OF
Wall Paper
We will be pleased to
fho'.v it to vou.
ALICE V. BECKLEY,
-v. TL )1U 4 North MavlD Strt.
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