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THE 1UKKK DAILY TIMES. BA11RK. VT.. SATURDAY. OCTOIlEIt 12. 1912.
PLoofimg' Paper
AND .ROOF PAINT
You will save money by bvyinj 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
Real estate owners nowopon your eyes,
Investigate, study and thus become wise,
To the fact that
Bishopric Wall Board
U bettor thnn lath and plaster, aavea 40
per cent, in construction, rendara 100 pur
cent, in service. Any weather is good
building weather when you use Bishopric
Wall Hoard and Sheathing. Bishopric
Roofing is self -protecting and require no
paint. Sold by
J. T. CALLAGHAN,
360 No. Main St., . Barre, Vermont.
BUSINESS CARDS.
ERNEST H. BANCBOFr, IOC.
Veterinary Physician and Surges
Eiirfuttt Cbicigo Yiferlnary Col!e.i
K. E. Telephone, 31-1
Alto th People's Lin
Office and Hospital, South Barkb
CARL 0. PERKINS
Electrical Engineer a Contractor
t Electric Fiztvrea and Supplies
! Electric Wiring of AU Kind
,199 North Mala St Bam, Vt
. Telephones i Store E50-M, House 741.
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, Barre
t
Norwich University.
I'rof, Carl V. Woodbury, professor of
(lifiiiiHtry In iu I'ortluiKl, Me., tula weeK
in attendance at a church convention,
going as a delegate. Hubert K. Hussey,
assistant professor in chemistry ha ar
rived and lias begun bis duties a such.
Couch and. Lieut. 1). (!. Kichart of the
font-ball team is quite sick nt bis quar
ters at Fort Kthan Allen, having a high
temperature and hi physician is not
sure how soon he will be able to be out.
Mrs. Allan 1), Brown, wife of the late
Allan D. Brown, a former president of
Norwich university, litis been upending
several daya in town. The foothiill
team left Friday for Worcester, Jlui.,
where they play lbly Cross to-day, six
teen men going. The cadet corps goes
to Montpelier to-day, where they will
participate in the Columbus I)ay parade.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
, Office in room SB, Miles building. Office
tours, a. m. to 12 m. and liSO to 4
m, alonaejr, ineMar,k inuraaay aaa
Friday. Teleobone connection.
! M. J. WHITCOMB
Licensed Embalmer
f Calls answered promptly day or night,
j In up-to-date ambulance in connection.
EAST BARRE, TT.
j Telephone 229-11.
j MERCHANT TAILORING
ip- , Abo Cleaning, Pressing
and Repairing
MOORE & OWENS,
122 North Mala St, Barre, Vt
RILEY'S ORCHESTRA
Music fr all occasions.
Latest and most pvpulta
music
Telephone ' - 342-21
THE MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD
WINTER TRAIN SCHEDULE EffECTIVE SEPTEMBER 30,
1912, BETWEEN BARRE, MONTPELIER AND BOSTON.
TIIROUGII COACII leave Barre at 7:20 a. m. and Montpelier at
8 a. m. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, arriving in Boston at
4:45 p. m.
LOCAL TRAIN leaves Barre at 12:25 p. m. and Montpelier at
1:10 p. m. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, arriving in Boston
at 8 p, m.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR leaves Barre at 9:30 p. m. and Mont
pelier at 10 p. m. DAILY, arriving in Boston at 7:30 a. m.
TIIROUGII COACII leaves Boston DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY at
10 a. m., arriving in Montpelier at 5:06 p. m. and Barre at
6:32 p. m.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR leaves Boston DATLY at 8:30 p. m.,
arriving in Montpelier at 7:30 a. ni. and Barre at 8 a. m.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local Applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There la only one
wavto curs deafness, and that la by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness la caused by an In
flamed condition of I he mucous lining; of tha
Kuataehian Tube. W hen thia tube la inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or Ininarfeot hear
ing, and when it l entirely closed. Deafness Is
the remit, and unless the Inflammation can be
taken out and thia tune reatored to Its normal
condition, bearing will be destroyed forever;
nine caere out or ten are rauaea ny (.alarm,
which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will irlve Uue Hun-lrerf Dollars for any
case of Deafness icstised by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulara, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO,, Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, Tfo.
lake Hall's family fills for constipation.
ABOUT THE STATE
Happenings of Interest Prom Dif
ferent Sections,
The Rutland Catering Co., which for
several years did business on Center
stret-t, Rutland ( litis tiled a petition In
bankruptcy. Ibe llrm a liabilities are
IM.7HH.II4, and its assets are $871.30.
John V. Keese. ono of the partners, has
liabilities of $44,110 and Calvin J. Wag
ner, the other, o'ves . personally $33.40.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Times will publish Wants, Loit
and Found, For 6ale, To Let, etc. short
advertisements at the rate of four lines
for twenty-five cents for the first inser
tion and five cents for each subsequent
insertion.
The Barre Opera House
DANCE Orchestra CONCERT
Edwin W. Bruce, Director
and Manager
25 Nelsea St. Telephone 422.12
! Fresh Up to Date Goods j
WM. O. MARTIN'S
Watchmaker and Jeweler
a naicumaKer ana jeweier
I 74 North Main Street : Barre, Vt
Three Generations Have Passed
Since the Discovery of
DOWNS' ELIXIR
lor coughs, colds and lung troubles, but
thousands remain to tell the story of
jts wonderful cures. Sold everywhere,
lmw4
i
,(10c Cigar, factory output now at the
i'rate of thirty-five millions annually. By
par the largest selling brand of IOe Ci
'gars in tho world. Factory, Manches
ter, N. H. , ,f
II. A. PHELPS
Real Estate Operator
City and farm property. Timber land.
Quarry land. Building lots. Tenements
, ler rest. Commissloas reasonable.
Y Roams 4 aael 5, Miles Bleak
Telephone 314-2, Bane, Vermont,
Two Cottage Houses
at Auction!
Saturday Afternoon at two
o'clock and at four o'clock.
At 2 o'clock on the premises we will
sell the cottage house and land there
with connected at No. 19 Foster street;
this is a five-room cottage in good shape;
good cellar, one or two hardwood floors,
water closet, etc., and rents every month
in the vear at flO per month. In a fine
renting locality, handy to granite works
land near the center of the city. Those!
who have bad experience with thia class
of property know it actually pays a Inrg
er rate of interest than the more ex.
pensive.
At four o'clock on the prem
ises at No. 14 Hillside Ave.,
off Bcckley street, the desirable seven-
room cottage and barn, known as the
Brown house. This house has been built
only a few vears; four rooms on the
first floor besides bath, and three on the
second floor; shed and barn with base
ment. House is lighted by electricity
and is desirable for a home or as an in
vestment; general condition is good.
Would rent at $15 per month, but is now
occupied by owner. This property is
very pleasantly situated and will un
doubtedly be sold for much less than
actual value. Terms easv.
Do not miss this sale. Both bouses
must bo sold, Saturday afternoon
o'clock and 4 o'clock.
Cunard Line
Bostan Queenstown Liverpool
LACCNIA
(NEW) i
Saifs October 1 5, 1 2.30 P. M.
Winter Rates In Effect
MINIMUM FIBST CABIN $3780
MINIMUM SECOND CABIN 15150
Thli palatial steamer wan designed to afford
the mailmam of comfort at medarate rates
Trawlers' Cheques and Drafii Issued
AHPI.T TO
126 STATE STREET
- BOSTON
r lecal agents, i N. B. Ballard, Miles Block.
Barre, Vt ; B. 8. Ballard, Lawreace Building,
Montpelier, Vt.
Auction Sale
AUCTION SALE
OF
Real Estate and Personal Property!
I Will Sill at Public Auction to the
Highest Bidder on
Wednesday, October 16. 1912,
at 1 o'clock sharp in the afternoon, on
the premises where I now live in Worces
ter, Vt., known as the Kellogg farm, on
what is known as Hampshire hill, 2Vi
miles from Worcester Corner,
My Home Farm
which contains 140 acres of land, suita
bly divided into tilluge, pasture and
woodland. Fields lay well, in good state
of cultivation and machine mowing. A
lartre amount of hard wood and some
soft wood timber. Sugar and apple or
chard. Farm will keep 10 or 12 cows
and team, rvever failing running spring
water at house and barn. Good 8-room
house with summer kitchen, sink room,
pantry and closets. Good large bam
that will tie up 20 head. Buildings In
good repair and on R. F. D. and tele
phone lines.
PERSONAL PROPERTY One good
horse that weighs 1,300 pounds good
worker, kind and true. 15 to 20 tons of
good hay. Lumber wagon, express wag
on, 1 set or traverse sleds, long sled,
bob sled, 1 set of double work harnesses,
1 drive harness, mowing machine, horse
rake and hay tedder, corn planter, plow
harrow and stone boat, 1 new No. li
DeLstval separator, churn, butter work
ers and 4 milk cans, with small tools
such as hoes, forks, rakes, shovels, neck
yokes, eveners, whiflletreea, etc., with
some other articles not mentioned. This
is a good all-around farm and a money
maker for the right party, and personal
property was nearly all new one year
ago. All to be sold to the highest bidder
without reserve or limit. Terms at time
of sale.
JAMES SliMMERS, OWNER.
C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.
As little Hoe I Bonwirth of IVrby was
on his way home from school one day
last week, lie came up behind a loaded
ion m. Just (hen an automobile signaled
and passed the team in front. Another
followed, Hiving no signal. I lie little
boy started to pass the team and was
caught by the other automobile and hU
eg broken near the hip.
The First Congregational society of
St. Albans lias voted to extend a call
to Rev. S. W. Anthony of Cowansville,
Q., to become pastor of the church.
which has been without a pastor since
jiii l, when Kev. v. 1'. Jackson re
signed to become superintendent of the
St Tamilian Memorial club for boys. Mr.
Anthony expects to be able to assume
his duties by December 1.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
NICE LITTLE FARM FOR BALE-I-o-cation,
on the road between East barre and
I'nnar r.nl ravtlla ana mile from WebSter-
villa no, l. of It ne. firm aontalna lie acres, with
Rood brkk limine and wood abed, carriage
home, and vnoil barn with liaaetnent and lean
to. Good apple orchard and small fruit, alto
nice sinrar orcnara uonuining auoui irmo.
Price and terma reasonable. For particulars
call at farm. Donald Ureanalf, frop. 170tl'
FOR SALE.
HHUA18 FUR RALE. Jamai Henry, Wll.
Ilaiultown, Vt Tel. JMH-M. 178tf
FOR BALK A tlrat-olaat Hinder Bewintr ma
ehine, uned lint littis. Inquire at t Brook
street. 17jtf
FOR SALE 7(1 year-old IUrred rijriuonto
Ruck beua. Apply to W. U. Boutl. ITSlf
FOR BALK A good new milch cow, full
lire. I Jeraey, oow and calf 100.0U. JU K. Arer
III, H. . V. No. 1, Barre, 176tf
FUR BALK A splendid large, roomT boats
n the ben residential aeotior. of the city, near
I
chool. nn car line, wli hln 10 mlnutea' walk or
poat office. Well built, a'l modern conTeu-
Lnn.1 lawn rr rrtnn hen holla. l.Ot HO fe.t
aquare. Can be aeen an day from i to 6 F- M.
at Ml I'atterson street. Telephone 318-1 1. litf
FOR BALE Two-tenement boute, B rooms
each, with barnj all new. Two aurea of land,
orchard and email fruit. Modern improve
ment! throughout. A hanraln. Inquire of
Crle Demera. corner of Harold and Brown
streets, near Berlin aSreet, city. 18tti
FOR RAI.E The frame bulldlnr known as
the HLickwell Btreet Hum Houae, located near
tbe Blackwell Btreet bridge. Aa tbe land on
which thia building etandi la not owned by the
city, the pureliaaer win nave to move me
buildlmr off irom the same or make arrange
tnenta with tbe owner to lease or purchase tne
land. Ben led offers will be received by the
undersigned up to Monday, ootener 7, at seven
o'clock F. M. William Brown. W. II. Ward.
Donald MoLeod. FroDertv Committee of City
of Barre. l&tf
FOR BALK Two boraes. one cow. three
wagona, also some farming tools cheap. la
quire of Charles 1'iouff. Beckley Btreet. Box
62, city. I73t
FOR BALE Everyet Klaetio Roof Paint.
W. A. Lane. 24 Liberty Btreet, Barre. Tele
phone 181-li 17utf
FOR BALK Registered O. I. C pigs, pairs
not akin, and one service boar alx months old,
a dandy also one Burro power nearly new, juet
the thing for operating tbe cream separator,
washing innoulue or churn. J. Bertoo Fike,
Marahlleld, Vt. . 17utf
FOR RALE Four-weeks-old pigs.
Hall. Telephone 479-W.
Amos A
109tU
COW 8 FOR BALE - Have more stock than I
can tie up. Will sell a few cows, lust due to
freshen; also a few seven-weeka old pigs and
good potatoes. W. C. Mataon, Wliiiamatown,
V t S. JC telephone 381-24. 167 If
Austin F. Roel, superintendent of the
Brattleboro retreat farm, who is one of
the most prominent Democrats of his
section, recently made the following
statement: "While I am a Democrat,
I make no secret of saying that I be
lieve William 11. Taft is the best man
of the throe candidates for president.
I hone the Renublican nartv managers No. 401. 100-ACRE FARM IN BERLIN
:n ,k v. .., i.... .. 1 Owner erolne West and wants to sell at onoe.
V ; rl T T-r i Si t " ! Is an excellent chance for one wanting a
stump for President Taft. He is an lion- frujt, truck or poultry farm. Located only two
est man. I don t believe anvthinir in miles from Montpellerongood road. Btnuiinirs
Properties for Sale
t:.is talk that the election of Taft will
make the cost of living higher. Wilson
is too small calibre for prea-ident. He
may be scholarly, but he is not the best
man for the job. Taft may not be a
politician, but to try mind he is the best
man in the crowd and I hope be will
win. I did my share of cheering for him
when he was in Brattleboro Monday."
Excursion to Montreal $2.75.
Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1012, Central Ver
mont railway will run an excursion to
Montreal and return: Barre, Montpe
lier and Williamstown, 12.73. Tickets
good going on trains leaving Williams
town 7:20 a. m., 10:30 a. m.; Barre,
8:00 a. m., 3:40 p, m.; Montpelier, 8:40
I a. m., 4:(Ml p. in.; ticKets goou return
ing until October 18, 1012.
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
OF
CATTLE AND HAY
As I have a big lumber job on my
hands for this winter, I have decided to
I Bf.ll vnv efnrlf anil ha rn iia
at : ; , , "V
DKioer, on
0. A. Perry Real Estate Agency
AGENTS.
C. F. SMITH, AUCTIONEER.
ADVERTISE YOUR
WANTS IX THE
TIMES AXD GET
SURE RESULTS
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! JEWELRY
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When YOU wunt a piece of
artistic, guaranteed quality
Jewelry, come in and see our
splendid display.
0. J. DODGE. The Jeweler.
200 Mats St. Sola Agency for
"Boston American' in Barre.
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Fire Insurance
You may be next. Don't
wait and be sorry. Insure
now and be safe.
Rates on Dwellings and
Household Furniture in
Dwellings in Residential
Districts:
$500, five years - $4.75
$1000, five years, $7.50
Insure witn Ballard
Strong Companies Money
Sure Payment Prompt.
FIRE
Insurance Bates
REDUCED
Seventeen old reliable StocV
Companies and fire Mntualr
Take jronr ehoiee. Call and
investigate. Any competition
met in eompriii,9 that hare
had an experience of from 23
to 100 yeara.
S tU
T. W. DILLON.
Roister Block. Bam. TL
Tungsten Lamps
CHEAPER
See our new
Tungstens, the
city.
The New Prices
S-1216 c. p.
first in the
Tuesday, October 15, 1912
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the
premises where I now live in Orange,
t., formerly known as the Smith Mar
tin farm, located 1 mile from Orangj
Center postoftice and 2 miles from East
Barre, the following:
46HEAD0FCATTLE
consisting of 31 cows all young with
the exception of two. Grade HoTteins.
TUernsvs, Avrshires and Jersevs. These
cows will freshen this fall and early
winter. Also 4 heifers cominor 2 vears
old, with calf. One Holstein bull coming
2 vears old and 11 nice ralves.
ALSO 1 10-YEAR-OLD HORSE tbat
will weight 1.250 pounds good worker
and driver. Two hogs and 1 .St. Albans
power and saw rig all in good shape.
75 Tons of Early Cut Hay
This is a good lot of stock and hav
and will all be srld to f,hc highest bidder
witnout limit or reserve. Terms at
time of sale. Lunrh at noon.
SPENCER, MINER OWNER.
C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.
Personal Property
Public Auction
As I am to work in the sheds at Barre
this winter and shall run no dairy, I
have made up my mind to sell my stock,
team and hay at public aurtion to the
highest bidder, on
Thursday, October 17, 1912,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, on the
ESTATE OK EMMA DURKEK.
The undersigned, harm tven appointed nr
the Honuraule frouate Court for the District of
Waaliinffinn, Comintseloners, to recelre, ex
amine and adjust the elainu and demands of
all persona agalnat the estate of Kmma lnr
kee. late of Cltjr of Harre. In said District,
deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset
thereto, hereby five notice that we will meet
for the purpose aforesaid, at the Oftlre of Thom
as H. :. Jr.. in tue itv of Harre, In said Dis
trict, on tbe 6th dajr of November and the 41th
day of Mreh next, from 9 o'clock A. M.
until 9 o'clock I'. M., on earn of eald dare, and
that aix mouths from tbe 4th dajr of 8fierober.
A. 1. nil.', i tbe time limited bj said Court for
said credltoia lo present iheir claiina to us for
examination and allowance.
Dated at l lty of ftarre, this 1st day of Oc
tober A. U. 1817.
1HOS. IT. CAVE. Jr.. iCommla
A. U. BTArroilD, I alonera.
ct ll-:S--2
are trood. Klne room house In nice shape and
conveniently arranged. Hunning water at tbe
house and barn. 'J wo hen bouses : one sum
and one 7(1 x IS feet. Basement barn 80x40 feet,
with lean-to 30 x So feet, and silo. Place is very
pleasantly located; near neighbors and school,
ihe land Is a little rolling, Vmt easily woiked.
Wood enough for place. W! are allowed to
offer this desirable property with all personal
propertv, Including three horses, fourteen head
of stock, eight hogs, seventy-five bens, mowing
machine horse rake, bay tedder, three cultiva
tors, gaaotine engine (nearly new), ensilage
cutter and carrier, lel.eval cream separator,
wagons, sleighs, harrows, and all tools and
machinery, aleo, all crop, everything ready to
do business, for only tJfcinO.00. I his farm will
please you and we want to show it to you. 166
No. SJ Another good poultry proposition:
Fifteen acres of nice land only elx miles from
railroad anil good town, five aores of tillage:
five acres of woodland and the tame amount of
pasture. Tillage land is level and very produc
tive. Barn is io x 30 feet, in good shape. Hen
bouse and carriage bouse. Mr-room house.
ood running waler at house and barn. On
rural free delivery and telephone lines Owner
is anxious to sell and will include one good
horse, two cowa one one-born lumber wagon,
one one-horse sled, work barnea. driving bar
nee, sleigh, buggy, plow, cultivator, all small
tools, bay, fodder, etc., for only 1160.00. Better
look this up at oDce. !
FOR RALE A work or drlvlni horse: also
ecoad-haud wagons. Inquire at t'apln Bros.
Livery. 1U
rOK BALE Pigs sad sheats. 1 wll! aUe de
butchering. Jen BatchelUer. Telephene call,
M,1 M. 61tf
POTATOES
Good potatoes. The seed was good, it
wag treated for scab; the fields were
sprayed, and tbe result la potatoes that
are sound, mealy, and good keepers.
FOR fiALE IN ANY QUANTITY
A. W. ALLEN, SUNNYSIDE FARM
GASOLINE ENGINE CYLINDER OIL
AT LOWEST PRICES
You can find the best cylinder oil for
your gasoline engine, (oil that will drop
in zero weather), at
Arkley's Livery Stable - Barre, Vt.
TO RENT
TO REM r Five-room cottage with garden,
at No. M bailroad Street. 136
GRANITE BUSINESS FOR SALE
Granite bminess in prosperotn Illinois town:
consisting of a modern shed, lOOx.'tl feet, well
ventilated, well eouipped. with machinery. In
cluding sixty hori.e power boiler, fifty horse
power engine, thirty horse power gasoline en
gine rnewi, Blaledell air compressor (ninety
feet per minute i, ten-ton travelling crane, two
poltfhlng wheels, large kotten surf acers. Bump
FOR KENT Good store suitable for meat
andgroceiy business, on Sout'i Main street.
narre. ieaur new Duuaiog and exoelient ten
ement above store, also rood stable. Will rent
roronjv S4o.o per mouth. Inquire ut 1). A.
Perry, Barre. Vt. I7;tf
TO KENT A lower tenement, with barn, for
a small family, on tae quarry road. Addtess
Bex W. K. K. I. No. 4. 177tf
TO KENT 5-room dowa stairs tenement at
10 South Main atreet. all in good repair. In
quire at 44 Kotitn Main street. IT7t'.
TO KENT Tenement for small family, en
Central street. Call at 329 No. Main street. ITotf
KJK KENT roero tenement, 60
street. Apply t c. Zanieoni.
Granite
176tf
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
ESTATE Or AS DREW ANDERSON.
The undersigned, having been appointed by
tbe Honorable Probate Court for the District of
Washington, Commissioners, to receive, exam
ine and adiust the claims and demands of all
persona against tbe estaieot Andrew Anderson
lite of tne Cite ( Harre. In said District,
deceaaed, and all claims exhibited in offset
thereto, hereby give notice mat we will meet
for the purpose aroreeain at tne nmce or Tbow
H .;. Jr.. In the City of harre. In said
District, on theSth day of November sad the
'.'Siu day or Marrn next, irom I o'Ciooa A. M.
until 3 o'clock P. M., on each ef said davs. and
that six months from the 1st day of October. A
P. 1915. Is tli time limited by said Court for said
creditors to present their claims to us for
examination and allowance.
Dateu at City ot Barre, this iota day of Os-
A. D.
THUMASl H, CAVE, I (ommls-
Wat MASK, I alonera.
oot 1J-UJI
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
ESTATE Or CAESAR COLOMBO.
The undersigned, having bean appointed br
the Honorable Probate Court for tue District
of Washington, Commissioners, to receive, ex
amine, and adjust the claims sod demands
ef all peraena against the estate ol Caesar Cot
em ho. late of City ef Harre in said District de
ceased, and all claims exhibited In offset
thereto, btreuy give none mat we wtu meet
for the purpose aforesaid, at the OfTNe of Thom
as H. Cave. Jr.. in tne inr r narre in
premises whore I now live in Harre Town, said District, on tus 6th day of November
ana iue otii i7 i r uru,o u.o, nuw v
oVlock A. M. until o'elork P. M., on each of
said days, and that alx anon tut from the ib dav
of August A. D. 1111.', is tbe lime limited
by said Court for aald creditors to present their
o'alma te us for exsminatlon and allowance.
Dated at the Cltv ef barre thia 7th day of
October, A. 1 w
THOMAS H. CAVE, Jr., JC'onimls
JOHN T. AVEKIU-, (itoaers.
eet U-19-M
Auction Sale
10 vratt Sep. - 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
60 watt 4S c. p. - 60c
100 watt 80 c- p. - 90c
150 watt 120 c. p. $t.35
250 watt 200 c. p. 52.35
Frosted Bowl, 5c extra-
Barre Electric Co.,
US Xertt Meat Wet. Weleck IWk,
lelcpWsM M-W
OF
High Grade Farm Stock
On account of the tearing down of one'
of my old Sarns. for the purpose of re-'
placing with n-w, I am short of room
and must tispoee of the following stork
at oncet j
10 or 15 Good Jersey Cows
One pair po.l work horses. 20 O. f. C.
shosts. weighing about 1"0 pounds each.
aie win take place on the premises
where I now live, b-et krown as the
F.d. Foster place. East Montpelier, on
Wednesday, Oclolier 16, 1912, 1
commencing at I oVlork. Come ear'y
and look over the stock. Lunch will he
served to tr.oa romtrg from a distsnc. !
Sid fsrra is kieetod abot't t m Ies frora
Fat Montrwliev, snd 2 m'les fronsj
Kirth Mor.trlif n.
fs;e prws.tive. rsin or shine. Terras!
made knows at tale.
c a. badge.
C 5. BAB3EK. AucUonewx.
't., formerly known as the William
Mears farm, situated 2 miles from Harre
t'ity and 4'i miles from 1'lainfleld, the
following:
49 Head of Cattle
consisting of 28 young cows, grade Hol
stein, Ayrshires, Uuernaeys and Jerseys.
Two now fresh. 1Z to be fresh this
month, balance in November and Ie
cember. Ill heifers coming 2 years old.
three of them with calf. A nice lot.
Holsteins and Ayrshires. 1 Holstein bull
coming 2 years old, and 6 early calves.
50 Plymouth Koek hens.
ALSO, MY FARAi TEAM, 8 and 9
years old, that will weigh 2,71)0 pounds,
sound, kind and an extra good team any
place you put them. 1 Rosa ensilage
cutter and carrier.
ALSO 50 TONS OF NICE EARLY
CUT HAY NONE BETTER. You will
find this to be a good lot of stock and
hay and will be sold as above stated,
regard kss of price, as T mean business.
Terms st Time ot Sale.
ADOLPH FRIBERG, OWNER.
C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt
er. liltig drill, a lot of pneumatic tools, tti
aides well eouinned 1
amount of work on hand bestdt-s two cars of
blacksmith shop.
be
A large
dimension stock, everything would invoice
for around $10.01.0. but the owners say sell at
(asm, as one of the owners la anxious to go
farther west. Might sell one-half Interest If
everything was satisfactory. Here is an excel
lent opportunity for anyone acquainted with
the business to engage in something that la
profitable and do business direct with the con
sumer. Call at our office and see photograph.
TO RKNT At No. 17 Laurel street, a 6-room
flat, Srd floor; hot water, set tubs, electrio
lights, etc Inquire of E. L. Smith, 21 West
street, city. 174tf
TO RENT A part ot store at 74 Nerth Main
Street. Win. O. Martin. 161tf
STORK TO REM Apply t J. B.
netti, Barre.
Baagel-
liStf
For further particulars retarding any
of the abov properties. Inquire of
The 0. A, Perry Real Estate Agency
BARRE, VERMONT
TO RKNT Two modern stores, Ne. Ir or S71
North Maiu Krreet. A iso a tenement River
Htreet. Inquire of Jobn Cleary, a0 North Main
Street. llfitf
TO RKNT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few
roams, well furnished; all medern Improve
ments; hot and eel water, Sato. Qalelen
Mleck. 17J Nerth Main Street Mtf '
FARM FOR SALE Contains MB acres, more
er lesa; goad sugar place ot 10 K trees, with
w Leader rig; hare S0x4f): stock and teola.
Apply to D. L. Scott, East Calais. lftutf
FOR SALR My two-tenement house on
North Semiaarr Street. Rants for ."-'.00 per
month. Newly painted and In good repair.
Dr. C, H. Knot, for particulars see Dr. C. Vt'.
Steele, Hew and Building. 139tf
FOR SALE OR RKNT Block at 10? Booth
Main Street. Store, tenement, barn and slie Is.
Uomer Kltts. l-'S f
HELP WANTED
WANTED Salesman to sell Lubricating
Oils. Paints and Specialties. Goed live wire
can eara biz money. Champion Refining Com
pany, Cleveland. Ohio.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANTED Ne
canvassing er soliciting required. Wood ta
eniae assured. Addreas National Co-operative
Realty Co., V Harden building, Washing
ton, D. U
FOR 8ALB A new home je eempleted,
sltnated In a residential eurtlaa of the city, oa
Nelson Merest. Bast of km h natsa wlik harst
woed floors. Steam heat, eatb. hot aad cold
water, set take and electr'.n lit ate. it la a
tkrooirhlv bail! house. Back Blaster. It la
located on a lara-0 lot and on dry soil, within
two minutes' wslk of Ike car Ilea. Tins la aa
Ideal erapoeltlon for oae wanting a keoss on
easy terms. Harry C. fatterson, JOTtr
MAN WANTED To sell trees and planta,
Higbest comrat-lns rjarahlo weekly. Write
ler free outfit ferry Nurseries, Rochester,
new xora. iieu-
"plNINO AND SLEEPING CAR CONDUCT.
ORs t"-$l-"i. experience unnecessary. We
teach you. Write Dining Car World, 1.5 W.
Van Huron, Chicago. ITStie
LOST AND FOUND
WniTE STAR LINE
IQSTeW qilEEWSTtrVM LIVERPiBL
Arabic Oct. tl. Not. It. Dee. 17.
Office, 84 State Street, Boston, Mast.
Or apply to iooai agents
ESTATE OF MICAH FRENCH.
STATE OF VERMONT. I The Honorable
?istrl-t uf Washinrln. ss Proliate Court for
the District aforesaid : To the heir and all
persons Interested In the estate of Mlesh
w rencn. late o tne t-itj oj stmrim in saiu uiairici,
deceased, Greeting :
Wkereaa, applloation hath been made to this
Court In writing, by the Administrator, de bo
nis non, with tae will annexed, pray
ing for license and authority to aell a'l of the
real estate ef said deceseed, te wit: Situated
In tbe City of Barre in said District.
Representing te ald Court that It would be
beneficial to tbe heirs and all persons Interested
In tbe estate of tald deceased, to sell aald real
estate an,i convert the aame Into money.
Aad bringing Into Court the consent and
approbation la writing, of all tbe neirs to saitl
estate residing la this State, and setting forth
the situation of the real estate.
Whereupon, the aald Court appointed and
assigned the 5 lit. day of Oetober, 19 U. at the
Probate Office in Montpelier In aald Diatrtct, to
hear ana decide upon said application and peti
tion, and ordered public notice thereof to be
given to an persona interested tnerein. ny pun
lisbtng said order together wllb tha time and
place nf hearing, throe weeks successively tn
the Barre Dally Times, a newspapor wiilrb
eircniates In the neighborhood of t-e persons
Interested In said estate, all of whloh publlea
tinns shall be previous to the day assigned for
bearing.
Iheref ore, yon are hereby notified to appear
before aald Court, at tbe time and place ss.
'signed, then and there la asid Court tn make
four objections to the granting of such license,
f you see cause.
Liven nnrter m ha at monr;eiior in said
District, Ibis T.ik dsy of October.
FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge.
eet I7-15-SJ
LOST A gold watch, engraved, upen face
on fob, between First atreet and tho fire on
Hurnham meadow, uciouer . n in nnner
pea return to the Ttmva office or to Smith,
Wnlteomb & Cook's machine shop. T. J. Smith.
owner. I7tw
LOST A horae collar, between Henry Paiae's
bouse and Walter Larid'a house. Finder please
return to Dan Ladd, East HIiL 17tt2
LOST Somewheie, sometime during the last
week of Septemoer, I dreppe 1 from my purse a
Dill.
neatly folaed five dol'ar
1( ihe person
flndinr II will pay for this adv. and ft to tue
cite Hospital. 1 shall be glad. Caroline Oearee.
Barre. 17UJ
WANTED PKKSOV TO WRITE and copy
letters. 110 to $.8 a week leadily made br fol
lowing our practical directions. Send self
srtdreitod envelope for particulars. Brooks
Copying Co., I'jwS l'a. Ave., Washington, D. C
BIO MONEY WKITINO HONG a Hundreds
ef dollars have been made by atleeessful wri
ters WE PAV 60 p-r cent ef profits if sue
cessftil. Send us yuur original Poems. Songs
or Melodies tr.day, or write for free particu
lars. Dugdale Co., Dept. J, Washington, IX C
WANTED A capable girl for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. E D. Heiu. corner Lib.
erty and St. Psul streets, Montpelier. ITSlf
WANTED At once, graal-e cntter and let
terer. all around nun, for retail ehrp. Ideal
o Imate. Wore In open sheds yesr ronnd. Ad
dress Phoenix Granite Co., rd Avenue aad
Washington, Phoenix, Ariz. I"st4
WANTED Goed, live man to represeat us.
Tear-around Job. Pay all yen can earn. C. K.
burr ct Co., Nurserymen, Manchester, Cone.
I7i;t4
BOARD AND ROOMS
TO RENT Furnished bed room.
77 booth Main atreet.
Apply at
lltiCtroet W
St Cniversi Phee
One t lock west of Breefwa
my york cm.
WHbla eeoT rel lf elelewce tnm Weio
sale end Ketatl Itrv Ooede DtetHcto.
vealeetlv sseer KeUroed ee Steaaiship
Llneo. Te eelv rsoderw ehoelatety ttre
ereef Creesteet hotel elow U4 Street,
.too ,200 wtth both)
RATES fHOT l.-ter DAY CPWASD
jt4fcB1 Rmsom ood Colo. Modnow Pnros.
, trtm4 tor free (tlo'troled Owtee aadl -V
a'.aeot w ortt Cltv. .
estate of joh l beckley.
TO RENT Fare Ithed room at 33 So nth Main
Strret. tf
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT
All modern conveniences ; at 10 Averlll street.
Cell evenings. Telapheao W9-J. UStf
TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At
Wooekius," Jefferson SUees.
The
rmf
WANTED A good strong capable girl er
vomtn for general houaewnrk on farm good
plain rock. Good wagea te right party. Ad
il rets Mrs. Klchard Copping, East Montpelier.
Vt. Tel. 47-ll. Montpelier. 176tf
HELP WANTED Boys te pick op potatoes.
A. W. Allrn, Sunnyside Farm. 174 tf
BOV WANTED Te learn the dry goods
basioess. A. P. Abbott At Co. 17tf
FLOOD &G0NKUN GO.'S
WANTED Ateeee: young man to work la
livery stable. J. L. Arkiey, 7 Merchant Street,
elty. 17itf
W A NTED A t onee : eleven flrat-elass granite
cutters on monumental and vault work. Oar
plant la equipped with all modern healthful
devices, wbith inoludee water bneblors and
aanitarv lavatnrv inside the boildlnr. It is tee
! warmest shop iu the State la the winter aad
eneteet In the summer. No lest time. Cross
Brothers Co.. Nortbfietd. Vt 173tf
HIGH-GRADE
VARNISHES
For Sale By
WANTED A boy to work oa a farm, one wfea
can milk. Non other need apple. Freacte
Lelth, R. r. D., Barre. Telephone Us-I. 17st(
TO RENT Tbe old Fire tat Ion building ea
Blaekwell Street. This bolldlng is wsll suited
for store purpnooe. Apply to William Browa,
W. H. War. i, roea'd MoLeod. Property Com
mittee of Cltt of harre. l4tf
WANTED
STATE OF VrnMONT, I Tbe Hoeorak e
District nf Waskint., aa. j prol.ate lonrt for
tha Klstrtet aforeoald: lo all net ewe Intrr-
i eated la the estate of John L. Bjctlev. late of
ike Uiy ef Barre i eald District, docoaaee.
Greeting:
i Wkereaa. eald Oort kaa aosltaed tae 'Sin day
let (M-u.awr eit foe eiaaaiaieg aad allowing
; the aroowet of tae ann,l.,liualrix M tke estate
! of said Sorswl end for a aecree of tbe roitJoe
. of sold eoteto to tke lawful rislvsnia of tke Crr.trhe. t
. name, and ordered Miat pob le notice thereof I i 01 ocioitnea.
1 a I ee ro an persons mtoroetod le eald etae ky I
paMHnipf icie order tnroo woeke eecresatTeiy
ALICE V. BECKLEY,
Euceeesor to O. A. Wllktaeon
N E.TcL 11-11 4fl North Main Street-
"A Good Varnuh Covers a Multitude
W ANTFD To let the ieb to cut eed deliver
tn tb will et Waits River, Vs.. xACoiu fort er
mo'o of hsri and aof : lumber tl.o coming wie-l-r.
t.ood tiance. Write er apply Jaokman
Co., Eot ioriatb, Vt., ot S. F. Locke A Boo.
Walto Hirer, U i;tllJ
frevioue u tke day asoigood. ro tbe Barre Dai y
ime, a noweaeor sjabiieked at tbe City ef
aa-vo ae oaie atsrrsci-
Thoror-e. yon are bererr tttned ta aoooar
at too Profcato r.ffire la Memooit lo eald
Ittetrtrt, oa tke day aoelfkod. tboa nod tkoro to
roatoot tne a: mnsre nf eald srmsit tf tat
oeeoooeo. end te eotak l yer rlekt ae b'lra.
i kxaieoe aad lawfal etalmaate teeatd rooMsa
to oaOor my aaae, tata IT to oar of
fwmber, la: 2.
FBA5E . MART1B, Jadga
tost te aett-U
CIDER
Am now ready to make cus
tom cider. Will buy apples
at my mill in Washington. Vt.
GtORGt: 11 f LINT
WANTED Small farm to rent, erltk er with
out eierk. Cob loreiek my ewa teala Ad tiroes
F. M Times Office. ITIkfe
WANTED A good driving berso to ase tkle
winter for kls board. Addroos "M," care of
Timea office. ITttf
WANTED A worosa weald lite a place ta
do nooework in a email family. Is AveMil
street. Barre, Vu 17tte
WANTFD lO BI T - Oae kasdrod toes of
bay. aV Tesnoat. avarre, t L ISatf
WANTFD Dead hro te take a war lo
starro. Biootpeiier a erMtorvulo, teraeltovnie
one rut Barro. r. n atoiiey. TorepCooe eon,
Vk-W. lotoaoi

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