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THE RARRE DAILY TIMES. RARRE. VT., WEDNESDAY. OCTORER 10. 1912.
7 , Roofing' Paper AND ROOF PAINT , You will save money by bvyinr 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 now opon your eyei, Investigate, study and thus become wise, To tho fact that Bishopric Wall Board it better thnn lath and plaster, saves 40 per cent, in construction, render 100 pur cent, in service. Any weather is good building weather w hen you use Bishopric Wall Board and Sheathing. Bishopric Rooting is self-protecting and requires no paint. Sold by J. T. CALLAGHAN, 360 No. Main St, ... . Barre, Vermont. ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Sections. BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANOROFr, M.O. C t Veterinary Pliyslclai and Surgeoi ' " ttduali tsicigi Veterinary CoI'bjj N. E. Telephone, 341-11 Also lh Fsople's Lin Office and Hospital. South Barke CARL C. PERKINS Electrical Engineer Contractor Electric Fixtures and Supplies Electric Wiring of AU Kinds ' 199 Worth Main St, Barre, Vt J 'Telephones i Store S39-M, House 74-J j HALE'S SPECIALTY j House Furnishing Store is the place where you can fur- I nish your home at living prices I No. 118 North Main Street, Barret 4 Mr, rarinelia .Mile, aijed 01 year, the oldest woman of Newfano, In dead. The 17-months-old ehilil of Mr. ami Mrs. K. E. l'Hui'tt of Knohburi; fell while at pluv last week and nearly sev ered the end of its tongue. K. V. Dike of Bristol, who was e- verely bruised in an auto accident at Waterhurv, recently, is but Hlightly im proved, lie was bruUed about the body and head. Mrs. Julia Marcella Kenyon pf the town of Rutland and Hoyee Matthina Kenyon in Kutlaud City, who were di vorced in Rutland county court at the March term in IIXIU. were married at the home of Hev. Dr. Norman Neaver last Thursday afternoon. They have three children. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAS Office Id room 35, Miles building. Offine hours, V a. m. to 12 m. nd 1:30 to 4 p. m., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. - Telephone connection. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer vans niinwcreu piuiwpt.IT uaj w uu. An rp-to-date ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone 229-11. MERCHANT TAILORING Alio Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS, 122 North Main St, Barre. Vt. RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for til occasions. Latoflt and mest papulai music. Telephone - 342-21 THE MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD WINTER TRAIN SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 30, 1912, BETWEEN BARRE, MONTPELIER AND BOSTON. THROUGH COACH leaves Barre at 7:20 a. m. and Montpeller 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. TULLMAN SLEEPING CAR leaves Barre at 0:30 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 at 10 a. m., arriving in Montpelier at 5:06 p. m. and Barre at 5:32 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR leaves Boston DAILY at 8:30 p. ra., arriving in Montpelier at 7:30 a. m. and Barre at 8 a. m. Mrs. Annie Ntrattnn of Knoshurg Fall may die as the result of a runa way accident, which occurred early last week. Mrs. Stratton was thrown from the wagon and struck on the concrete walk, receiving an ugly ganli on her nose. The wound bled so profusely the woman is in a critical condition from loss of blood. The Barre Opera House Orchestra CONCERT Edwin W. Bruce, Director and Manager t5 Nelson St. Telephone 422.12 Three Generations Have Passed Since the Discovery of DOWNS' ELIXIR for coughs, colds and lung troubles, but MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CIVIL AUTHORITY October 29, 1912. A meeting of the board of civil author, ity for the purpose of making additions and corrections to the check list to be used at the November election will be held in the tity court room on the even ing of Tuesday, October 29, 1012, at 8 o'clock p. n. Per order of the mavor: JAMES MACKAY, City Clerk. Oct. 12, 1012. NOTICE thousands remain to 5 its wonderful cures. tell the story of Sold everywhere. 10c Cigar, factory output now at the rate of thirty-five millions annually. By far the largest selling brand of 10a Ci gars in tho world. Factory, Manches ter. N. II. H. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator City and farm property. Timber land. Quarry land. Building lots. Tenements ler rent. Commissions reasonable. Rooms 4 and 5, Miles Blaok Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont Last Fall Excursion to New York, Oct. 22, 1912. Via the Central Vermont railway, New London and steamer, fare for the round trip $7.00. Train leaves Harre 11:20 a, in., Montpelier 12:01 p. m.; arrive New lxndon 0:0O p. m.; leave New Lon don via steamer 11:00 p. m., arrive New York 7:00 .. m. Tickets good going on trains named above Oct. 22, arriving New York the morning of Oct. 23, re turning good to leave New York until Oct. 20, to arrive nt starting point Oct. 30, 1012. f-ee flyers Advt. My wife, Philinda May Robinson, hav. ing left my bed aid boa.d without just cause, I shall not be responsible for an bills contracted by her on or after this date. B. F. ROBINSON. Williamstown, Oct. 14, 1012. A difference between the company of ficials and the linemen and ground men in the wiring department of the Rutland Railway Light and Power company de veloped Monday and as. a result all tho so employed epiit. One of the. men, among whom there is a union, stopped work because of the presence of an em ploye who worked on the cars during the strike a year ago. Two others quit and Monday the remainder did not report. The trouble ia not considered serious. George Blanchard, who has often been arrested before in Burlington for steal ing, was placed in jail rriday afternoon on another charge of larceny. The boy, who is 19 years ot age, is this tune accused of stealing lumber from Athletic park, a hay fork from John King, and a bicycle from Charles H. Spaulding. He was arrested a short time ago for steal ing a satchel from a house on Clarke street. On one occasion he waa allowed to go on probation in answer to an ap peal from his father, but, in the opinion of the police, he is a chronic thief. Wion Sale of COWS AND YOUNG STOCK! Having sold two farms recentlv and everything except the stock, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Saturday, October 19, 1912, t 1 o'clock sharp in the afternoon at the Shepard farm, no called, situated on the electric car line between Barre I and Montpelier, about half-way between ine two cities, ti:e following described livestock: According to tho returns made to the citv clerk's oflice, there were1 51 births in Burlington during the month of Sep tember ai:J 34 deaths. Of the former 29 were bovs and 22 girls. The oldest moth er was 44 years of age and this is her first child. Among the large families, one woman became the mother of her eleventh child at the ago of 39, another of her 12th at the same age, and one woman of her 17th at the age of 41. The youngest mother was 17 year of nee and the child was her second. Of the death, an unusually large number were widdle- iiged persons, while a fair percentage were of infanta and children under 10 years of :ge. The oldest person to die was 85 years of age. There was one death at 84, one at 82, three between the apes of 70 and 80, and a few between 00 and 70. PLUMLEY AND GREEN DECLARED ELECTED After Legislative Committee Had Can vassed the Votes Cast at the Last September Election. State House, Oct. 11. Yesterday afternoon in joint assembly, the Vermont legislature declared rranK I'luiuley and Frank L. (Jreene elected representative in Congress from the sec ond a ml lint districts, respectively, the former receiving a majority ot ,l,u.ij and the latter o 3,047. The votes were us follows: First Congressional District. W hole number of votes east 2.1.801 Necessary for a choice 12,040 of which Frank L. ireiu of St, Alhtuis had . 15,4)10 Patrick M. Mcldon of Rutland had. 0,154 (ieorge L, fs'.orv of Milton had..., 747 lohn Spargo of lioiiniiiL'ton had... . 4)4 Scattering 17 Majority for Frank L. Greene.... 0,04 f Second Congressional District. Whole number of votes east 22,079 Necessary for a choice 11,400 of which Frank Plumlev had 13,310 O. S. Sawyer had 8,200 Elmer E. Phillips had .532 Chester E. Ordway had 100 Scattering 00 Majority for Frank Plumlcy 3,j3 Legislative Notes. On the part of the Senate Tuesday afternoon, one bill was introduced, name ly, Senate bill No. 15, by Senator Laird of Washington county, which provides an amendment to section 1804 of the pub lic statutes, allowing any superior judge to amend a Dill of exceptions in case of death or resignation of the judge who presided it the trial. This was referred to the committee on judiciary. Tho Senate passed the joint resolu tion authorizing the procuring of data relative to taxation on personal property and a joint resolution providing a sten ographer for the president of the Senate and speaker of the House, also a joint resolution authorizing the joint commit tee on industrial school to visit that institution and report. PUBLIC SPEAKING. And the Necessity For Cultivating th Art of Enunciation. Speaking la one of those arts which people seem to think are unner-psHiiry to atudy oml learn, and the probability Is that most apeakers of the kind men Honed are blissfully unaware of tbolr Inaudibility. Doubtless their voice re sound coinfortnbly In the empty spn-es of their own chest and head, ami this prevents them from knowing thnt it does not penotnife to the audi tory apparatus of other poople. To be n lecturer It is not only neces sary to know your subject, but the nrt of enunciation and nudlble delivery needs to be learned nlso. And the sound of one's voice In one's own ears Is a most misleading guide. Such peo ple ought to be trained by being made to rend or spruk from one end of a large room to somebody tenchlag tliom at the other end. when they would soon find out that tunes which will pass muster In a conversation are useless In a public speech. In conversation we enrelessly slur half our syllables, leaving our Juterloeutor j to guess them from the context, but this will not do in a public speech, where people are too far off to catch the signs. Again, a word pronounced In the ordinary English way of throw ing a strong accent on a single syllable and slurring the other syllables be comes reduced to a mere monosyllable when said in that manner ia a large room. Theosophleal Path. FOR SALE. FOR BALK One four years' old bay gelding oolt, weight vMi pounds. Hired by Young Bia- Sin ;d m Keniuckr Broad. Addross W. H. iBeld, i'l. Infield, Vt. TH FUH SALE -At Smith Sloe frm Holstein bull calf, alcely marked, on we old, vat of on of th bt mil nun un tb farm, be registered bull, milk strain. 17BU HHOA1 HUM KALK.-Jsmes Henry, WIL llaiustowu, Vt Tel. JW-14. ITStf FOR BALE 75 year-old Ilirred Plymouth Hock nous. Apply to IV. U. biwtt. 17MI FOB SALK-A itnnd anion caw. foil bred Jersey, oow and i lf IM.OU. L- K. Arm. Ill, K. . D. ho. J. Kaira, IKif KOR SAI.K-Four-wteks-oid pigs, imni A Hall. TlapUou7V-W. llUllll" FOR SALE Fine Winter Celery, packed whole for winter use, the best way to get all there is in it. Please order early at the supply is limited. A. W. ALIEN, SUNNYSIDE f ARM WHIPS Whips of all kinds for sale at lowest prices, 10c and up, at ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt. TO RENT FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Time will publish Want, U and Found. For Sale. To Let. etc. short advertisement at the rate of four line for twentv-flve cent for the first Inser tion and five cent for each ubsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Fire Insurance You may be next. Don't wait and be sorry. Insure now and be safe. r Rates on Dwellings and Household Furniture in Dwellings in Residential Districts: $500, five years - $4.75 $1000, five years, $7.50 Insure witn Ballard StrongCompanies Money Sure Payment Prompt. SJEWELRY When YOU want a pfeee of ! artistic, guaranteed quality I Jewelry, come in and aee our I splendid display. J J O. J, DODGE. The Jeweler. ! Ajency la Barrs. for 35 COWS AT Puclic Auction! As I am giving up the milk business and shall not keep any cows this win ter. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Friday, October 18, 1912 at 1 o'clock sharp in the afternoon on the premises where I now live in Mont pelier, Vt., situated on Clay Hill, so colled, near the Cutler cemetery, the following: 35 HEAD OF DAIRY COWS These are a good lot of grade Hoi steins, Ayrshire and Jerseys. About one-third of them now fresh and balance coming right along. Young slick and a good lot. Age and time of fresh-1 ening guaranteed. Also 12 head of young cattle. ALSO MY FARM TEAM, weight 2.800 pounds, good workers and an extra good all-around t -am. Also 1 1-horse traverse sled, 1 top buggy wagon, and 2 drive harnesses. All to be sold without limit or reserve, regardless of price, as I mean business. Terms at Time of Sale. L. C. DOTEIT, OWNER. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. 39 Head of Cows and Young Stock consisting of 0 cows, part of them now fresh, balance soon. Holsteins and Jer seys a nice lot. 13 heifers, coming 3 years old. to freshen this fall and early winter. This lot of heifers will pleaiw you: well bred and will make extra good cow; also 13 heifers coming 2 years old. All nave been bred and are black and white Holsteins. Fancy stock. H would be hard to find better. 1 pair Holstein steers, coming 2 years old, well broke and handy. 2 Holstein bulls com ing 2 year old, 1 of them registered. This is all nice, clean stock and will be sold to the higher bidder, as I have no room for them. Attend this sale if you are looking for something good. Saturday, Oct. 10, at 1 p. m., at Shep nrd farm. ' Terms at Time of Sale. F. P. WHITNEY, OWNER. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. CLAIMING $10,000 DAMAGES 200 Mala St Sols l "Boston American" t - a I FIRE nsurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies and five Mutunls Tnke vour ehoiee. Call ar.d investigate. Any eomyetition met in eoniprrii fhnt liave !iad an experience r.f from 2" t. 100 yean. J. W. DILLON. J sat Oolstrr Biocfc. Brre. Vt Tungsten Lamps CHEAPER See our new H-12 16 c. p. Tungstens, the first in the city. The New Prices: ! 10 watt 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 60 watt 4S c. p. - 60c 100 watt 80 c p. . 90c 150 watt 120 c. p. $1.35 250 watt 200 c. p. $2.35 Frosted Bowl, 5c extra. Personal Property Public Auction As I am to work in the sheds at Barre this winter ar.d shall run no dairy, I have made up my mind to sell my stock, team and hay at public auction to the highest bidder, on Thursday, October 17, 1912, at 1 o clock in the afternoon, on the premise where I now live in Barre Town. vt, formerly known as the William Mear farm, situated 2 mile from Barre City and Vj miles from riainfield, the following: 49 Head of Cattle consisting of 20 young cows, grade Hol stein, Ayrshire, Guernsey and Jerscvs. Jwo now fresh. 12 to be fresh this month, balance in November and De cember. 10 heifers coming 2 year old, three of them with calf, a' nice lot.' Holstein nd Ayrshirr. 1 HoUtein bull coming 2 yer oil. and 6 erly calves 50 My mouth Kork hen. Charles H. Steere Is Suing the American Woolen Company. Burlington, Oct. 16. The case of Charles H. Stecre vs. the American Wool en company was begun in Chittenden county court yesterday afternoon. The plaintiff claims damages of $10,000 for injuries received while he was in the company's employ, alleging negligence. Considerable time was occupied in call ing a jury. The plaintiff i represented by Fuller C. Smith of St. Albans and the defendant by K. 11. O'Brien of Rut land and R. K. Brown of Burlington. Mr. Steere claims that on the 13th day of September, 1011, he was a helper in the boiler room at the mills, when it be came necessary to repair a valve. He ascended a utacing to assist the steam- fitter, who was doing the work, when steam suddenly rushed from the valve and struck him. scuMing him badly and causing him to fail. He struck some coal in his descent and wns badly bruised and otherwise injured, he claims, result ing in long confinement in bed and per manent disability. Negligence on the part of the American Woolen company is charged because the valve waa defec tive, it is alleged, and the plaintiff had no knowledge that steam was to come from it. The recommendations of the board of education were placed in the hands of the member Tuesnay afternoon. Among these are the recommendations for a board of seven members, who shall not be professionally engaged in education, appointed by the governor with the con currence of the Senate, and w hose term of office shall expire two in two year, two in four years, and three in six years, each newly appointed for a term of six years. The powers and duties of this board shall be to meet at stated times and such special meetings as necessary. They shall appoint a superintendent of education, to bo their executive ollicer. They shall determine his salary and have power to remove him have the governing powers of examina tion in secondary schools and schools under the state control teachers and union superintendents, land. MICE LITTLE FARM FOR SALE Lo catlun, oq . roa.l ltn K( barm ana l'ppr Oranltevllle. on mile from Welnter vllle poi-nfflo. Krm eontalns 28 acres, with good lirlik noun and wood ahed, carnaga bnuae. and good arn with haaemmt nd lean to. ftoad apple orchard and small frnlt, alo nice aurar oroaara containing auuut irw. Price and terms reasonable, tor partlenlare call ac farm. Donald Orotnelf, Prop. 17Stl2 FOR H A splendid large, roomf houe In tb belt residential aeetlnn er the city, near eohnol. on car line, within 10 minutes' walk or hi effloe. Well built, a I modern conven ience, lawn, ft-ardrn, be home. Lot HO let square. Cau be seen an djr from 3 to 6 P. M. at JO Patterson street. Telephone 326-lt. 17tf FOR BALE Two-tenement house. 8 rooms each, with barn; all new. Two aores of land, orchard and small fruit Med em improve ments throughout. A banaln. Inquire of Cvrle Uemers. xirncr of Harold and Brown street, near Berlin street, city. I8ut FOR BALK The frame building: known as lhey shall (ha mickw,i street bridge. At the land on hlcb this building stands it not owned by the in sneeial ' el'T- 'n purchaser will have to move tb , BFy-,n'j building off irom tho earn or make arrange I, and Ot mnu with the owner to lease or purchase the Sealed offers will be reoelred by the FOR KENT fiood (tor suitable for meal andgroc-'jf business, on Bout'i Main street, Barre. Kearlr new building and excellent ten (mint above store, also good t la hie. Will rent for onlv S4&.0U per month, liicjulr vt 1). A. Perry, Barre. Vt. . llTtf TO KK.NT A lower tenement, with barn, for a small family, oa tb quarry road. Address Uox U, K. r. I). No. 4. I77tt TO KKNT Tenement for small family, on Central atrrer. Call at 3.9 No. Main street. I'dtf FJK KKNT S roam tenemest, street. Apply to C. ZinleonL Granite 17otf TO RENT At No. 17 Laurel street, a S-roorn flat. 3rd floor; hot watar, set tub, olectrio lights, etc. Inquire of K. L Bmith, 21 West tirest, city. 17lf TO KENT A part of store at 74 North Main Street. Wm. O. Martin. ISllf STORE TO RENT Apply to J. netti, Barre. . Baagel- liltf TO RENT Two modern stores. No. Mor71 North Main Street. Also a tenement oa Hirer Street. Inquire of John Cleary. 30 Mortn Main Street. Ufitf TO HINT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few rooms, well furnished; all modern Improve ments; hot and rold watar, batu. tllea Mtottk, 17.' North Mai Street 4tf HELP WANTED WANTED A man to care for two dsn nonSe in Orange, and for same will giro use of farm and buildings. For fnrtber particulars In- uuiro or Alexander Milue, mceei street. oarre. jni w They shall have full power of normal I schools and employ such assistance as j Donald McLeod, Property Committee of City thev- may need from time to time andiuf Barre. Wtf shall determine the courses of study in schools under state jurisdiction, second ary schools, and grant their approval of the same. Thev may arrange summer schools for teachers, teachers institutes, and hold educational meetings subject to the existing statutes. The compensa tion of such board shall be their actual expenses incurred, and an annual appro priation of $10,000 shall be made to carry out these provisions. The board also recommended that the school year shall be at least 30 weeks for all students un der 10 years of age and school tuition shall te S.io instead oi fa ir towns not maintaining a high school. They ad vise the power of dismissal of any child whose personal habits or infirmities are undesirable and recommend that feeble minded be taught in connection with the state industrial school, that medical in spection be made of school children and that a state appropriation be made for retired teachers, also recommend advanc ing the training school courses for nor mal schools, by a rebate to each town of Propertiesjor Sale So. 8. I0O-ACRE FARM IN BERLIN Owner going est and wants to sell at once, this is an excellent chance for one wanting a fruit, truck or poultry farm. Located only two miles from Montpelier on good road. Buildings are good. Nine room house in bice sbape and conveniently arrangxd. Itunning water at the house and haru. 1 wo lien bouses : one ao x 14 anil one To x 18 feet. Hmi'inent barn .40 foet, with lean-to 30x3.ifeet, and silo Place is very pleasantly located; near neigniiors ana scnooi. th land Ib a little rollina. lint easily wot ked. Wood enough for place. W r allowed to offer this desirable property with all personal property, including tnree norsea, imirwen neau of stock, eight hogs, seventy-flve hen, mowing machine hoise rake, hay tedder, three cultiva tors, gasoline engine (nearly new. ensilage cutler ami carrier, newvat croam ei-paraLor, wagons, aleighs, harrows, and all tools and machinery, also, all crops, everything ready to do uueinees, for only .V00.00. I his farm will please you and we want to show it to you. 11 WANTED To Mr man to work on a farm. lanulioat Freeman Farm, Cast HI1L or at gam Gerrard'istoae shad, Sarre. 180t WANTED An experienced lumper at Smith Bros, (iianlte Co. 180tf WANTED An experienced ma table. Papla Bros. la liverv 17t3 WANTED A table girl and a chamber eirl at the Kortbfield House, Northfieid. I7t WANTED Two men to wor on farm. Must be good milkers. Good wages for rood help. H. H. Martin, Willlaasstewn, Vt ITStf STATE HORTICULTURALISTS. Kn sis Another eood poultry proposition Fifteen acres of nice land only six milei from railroad and good town. Five acre of tillage: H v. rtf lannillnnil nnil thM tnA amount III fl for each week It employs such teach- pasture. Tillage land is level and very produo- Hood running water at house and barn. On rural Iree delivery and telephone lines Owner la anxious to sell and will Include one good horse, two cows, one one-horse lumber wagon, one one-horse sled, work harness, driving fiar ne, sleigh, buggy, plow, cultivator, all small tools, hay, fodder, etc., for only 1 1I30.UU. Better look this up at once. )ti Frank I.. Brigham, secretary of the ermont local lire insurance agents, an nounced yesterday that the annual meet ing of the issoeiation will occur at Wa tcrbury Nov. 12. Senate Chaplain Rev. M. W. Farman conducted devotional exercises Tuesday for the first time during this session. He has been ill with cold and grippe, but appear to have recovered entirely from these maladies. TO RES r Five-room cottage with garden, at No. 4 iutlroad Street. 106 Annual Meeting to Be Held at Middle bury in November. The annual meeting and exhibition of the Vermont State Horticultural society will be held in Middlcbury November 10, 20 and 21. l'lans are nearly tvmpleted for an unusually large meeting of the fruit growers and judging from tho quality of the crop and the very great interest in fruit crowing, this will be on ! ol the largest meeting in the history of the aociety. The meeting thi year will be held in the heart of one of the great est fruit-growing eountie of Vermont, and it is expected that the exhibition this year will be a veritable feast for the eye. In view of the close relation of the bees snd fruit, it has been decided to have the bee-keeper antedate by one day the fruit grower' meeting, so that people who have s vital interest in both line of industry may take advantage of the two meetings. A number of out-of-state men prominent in horticulture have been engaged, and a good program u assured. The committee on bank met Tues day noon nnd organized with W. T. Wriifht of Brandon chairman, while II. T. Robbins of Newport was elected secre tary. YOUR GROCER SELLS Stfckney & Poor's Mustard Tell him nothing else will suit you. GRANITE BUSINESS fOR SALE Crantte business In prosperous Illinois town: consisting of mod'rn shed. lOBx.'S feet, well ventilated, well equipped, with machinery, in cluding sixty horse power boiler, fifty home power engine, thirty horse power gasoline en gine (newt, fllalsdell air comprwsor i ninety feet per minute i, ten-ton travelling crane, two pollening wheels, large Kotten surfacers. bump er, plug drill, a lot of pneumatlo tools, etc., be. sides well equipped lilackemith shop. A large amount of work on band besides two cars of dimension stock. Everything would invoice for around SlU.fHO. but the owner say sell at !tf0. as one of the owners is anxious to go farther west. Mitrht sell one-half Intercut 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 busmene direct with the eon- . turner, tan at our oinco ana see pnotograpn. WANTED A good strong, canabla girl or woman for general housework on farm good pla.n cook, tiood wages toriglit party. Ad dress Mrs. Rlouard Cooping. East Moatpelitr, Vt. Tel. 347.M, Montpelier. 17Jlf .WANTED At once: eleven first-class granite cutters on monumeotal snd vault work. Our plant is equipped with all modern healthful devices, wlilcu includes water bubbler and sanitary lavatory Inside the building. It i the warmest shop ia the State In tbo winter and coolest In the summer. No lost time. Cross Brothers Co.. NorthOeld, Vt 173tf TO RENT Th old Fire tatlo building on Blackwell Htreet. This bulletins; is well suited for store purposes. Apply to William Brown, W. H. Ward, Donald McLeod, Property Com mittee of City of Barre. 16Jtf WANTED WANTED A place to do gerl house work, forenoon. Inquire at 131, Wasulugtnn, street, City. 18 Its' WANTED By respectabl yeuag mauled coupl. two unfurnished heated rooms In beart of the lty, preferred. Address "P" 'bis office. 180tir WANTED A woman would Ilka plaos to do housework in small family. IS Arorili street, Barre, Vu 17916 WANTED Small farm to rent, witk or with out stoik. Can furnish my own tools. Address F. M.," Times Office. 177I6 WANTED A good driving horse to nse tils winter fr hi board. Addres "M," car of Times office. 176tf WANTED TO BUY On bundred tons of bay. A. Tamaal, atarr. Vu lMtf WANTED Dead horse to take away In Harre, Montpelier. Webitervllle, Oraaltevills and Kaat Barre. F. K. Bailey. Telepboao oall, 3HA-W. lCmol BOARD AND ROOMS FOR RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS. Two Candidates Each from University and Middlcbury College. Burlington, Oct. 16. Rhode scholar ship examination were held yesterday nd to-dav at the university of Ver mont. There are four candidate, two, David Wlllard Howe and Robert Wliiting Dan iel, both of the university of Vermont, COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF ALICE C. SSEPAKD. The nsderalgned. having been appr.lnlot by the Honorable Prolate Court for the Dlstrictof Waslitngloa. on mi sal on era, to receive, exam ine and adjnet tne claims and demands of all Kersons aamst thee. tat of aI ce ; Shrparet. t to or Berlin in said District, deceased, and all claims e I hi tit ted in offset thereto, hereby rive aouoo that wo will meot for tho Durnoes aforesaid, at th office or T. H. ve. Jr , room No. S Howland Btuldiar la the t ltyofB.rre In said District, on the 14th day of November and find dsvof Marcli Best, from t o'clock F. If ntil 4 o'clock P. M.. on each ol sold dav. and that six moatna from tho 2 th iiay f SstoniKor A 1. HU. is ' time limited by said Oonrt for said creditor In present their claims to us for examination snd allowance Dated at fie ity of Brr this 13th day of October, A. D lli. THo. H. CE .Tr . I Corneals AKTUCKL HEWITT, j slonera. ctll -II-30 ESTATE OF Lt'CY S. FEBEINS. STATE OF VERMONT. The Hoiorahle Dlstrictof WasBingtna, . I Probst C.nri tor be District arore.aid : To all persona Inter ested In tho oetate at i.ncy a. Perkins late of riainneid In aai4 Ulsttlot, eau. tireetiar: Wkaroo. ald Conrt has assls-nol tke T.'d d iv of K iir rt for exaatlniog ot a lowing For further particular retrardtne; any of tb abovs) proportle. Inquire or Thi 0. A. Perry Rial Estati Agency BARRE. TERM8NT FARM FOR SALE Contains 14S acres, more or less; good sugar place ot 10m trees, with ew Leader rl; bara ux: (took and tool. Apply to D. L. Soott, Kasl Calais. lfsltt FOR 8 ALU My two-tenement tteuse on North Seminars Street. Rent for t,:?.uOpr month. Nw!y painted and srood repair. I. '. H. Kent. For psrtlculara see Dr. C W. Bioelo, Howland Building. IJUtf FOR SALE OR RENT Block at 107 South Main Street. Store, teaesneat, barn and sheis. Homer Filta. 1 J f Barre Electric Co., US Kortk r. ! treat, V Welou I lock, Teh-peon 98- W lien w Tim -rt-au o . .'titkiPir the whole examination. nd tweM tb account of tn tiaet of a road ere. red .y A1.0U, hi tAKJ. I LAM, 8 and M, IIl,hJrH ir and I..hn C F Vnaa I xhm '' d testament f aaid l.n-y years old, that i! weigh 2.7UO pounds. V , ' 1 ,7 .v " u i """ ,a f b resuoe of .4 sound, kind and an extra good team any place you put them. 1 Koss ensilage cutter and carrier. of Middlcbury college- the whole exam ination except Greek. A candidate may be appointed a Rhode oholr without having passed the exsmination in rek. but must satisfy the requirement in Creek before he can be admitted to O-t-ford univeT;ty. ALSO 50 TONS Or ICICE EARLY CUT HAY NOIHC BETTER. You will find this to be a good lot of stork and hy and will be sold above stated, regirlks of pr e, a I mean busines. letmi at Time et Sal. j Automobile for hire, by she day or AD0LPH FRIBERG, 0W5ER. onT fln ",w .V,uick ' fire passengers; will go anywhere. Jcme C F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. 4 Nye's livery sUble, Depot uro. fono an uo lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that pa kite aottea thereof bo srlveo to all persons laiorostod in aaid estate by po busk ing tbta order ikre wwka anerwvlv proviso to tbo . ar aeslah. la tho Rarre Da'iir Times, k aewpoper aablisboa kl tbo City of Krre ia an lu-trlct- tberet.wo. yoa ore bevobv otiSod to apaesr St tbo Frniato on co ta Matplir la al District, oa tho oay sssirsn. ta aad tkero tv eoateot the allewaaeo of aaid serassl It voa e eaaso. and K oetaMiwh year rictit as bir let-ateoa aad lawfal culwMots to said re-ftoo Oivca aader ant kaad. tiita 1st av of k-toMe FUNK J. M ABTIK, Jmie. act i f M FOR SALE A new bones ia cosapleted, eliaatod la a residential portion of tne city, on clean Street Beat of bin b Cats witk hard wood floor. Steam beat, bath, bat sad eoid water, eot tana and eloo'r'.e llrhts. It Is a tkoroaghly lelit bousa Back plaster. It la located on a larro lot end oo dry eoll, wilula two anionics' walk of tho ear line. Ibis la an Ideal propoeltloa for aao waatlog a hosae oa easy tortus. Marry C Fattortoa. totf LOST AND FOUND NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT With or without board. All modern conven iences i at 10 Avsrill trt- ("all evanlnra. Tel ephone M9-. ltf TO RENT Furnished room at 33 Sooth Main Strvat. 14tf TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At Wooebino," 7 JefTerso StroeL Tbo naif ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS LOST A renntata poo la front of tho Rey. nod' resident .-a Moatk Msla etreat, Usl lharadav alcht. W in toe P. Oder please letorn to tbo Tisnea oAo7 IS tC LUST A boraoaireet blaakx. botwoen Foe tar aod Smith str-et Will fnjer pleae re tarn to t sited Iralt Btoro, 7 N'urtb Main strooi. -M tilts LOST A tea d4,ar bill Friday suht, bo- vwea o aoa a - a- otreot t the So to T.saoa vine-. kt FLOOD &C0NKLIN GO.'S lilGH-GRADC VARNISHES For Sale By ALICE V. BECKLEY. ' " l . L1T A gold wanb. engraved, pin tare eo fb. botaea F.rst atret an t s-o oa Hainasai'. ane.dow. OctotMr a. W ill So it te.soro'nraratxaTtafo .Itsari. Si. altosnb at CM-k Baebloo i.op t. sw-h. wr. i:t p lueresssrl G. A. Wtiklmeea R E. Tel. ti ll 4 Norta Mala Stroot- "A Ceod Varnish Covers a Maimed of ScrAtche,