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THE IS A R UK DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1012.
Roofing Paper AND ROOF PAINT You will save money by bvyin'2 your one, two and three-ply Gauntlet, one, two and three-ply Tropico Rubber and Amatite Roof Papers; also building paper, tins and nails at E, A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Sqcarc Real estate owners now open your eyes, Investigate, study and thus become wise, To the Istc mat Bishopric Wall Board Is better than lath aod plaster, saves 40 per cent, in construction, renders 100 per cent, in service. Any weather is good building weather when you use Bishopric Wall Board and Sheathing. Bishopric Hoofing is self-protocting and requires no paint. Sold by J. T. CALLAGHAN, 360 No. Main St, , Barre, Vermont BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT, IOC. Vi'cri.ry Fliysiclai) and Surgam '4iu! Ckictgt Tefcrinarj Col!.i N. T.. Tlepba,Ml'1 Alt the Psaple'e Lin Omen md HosriTau Sours BAXRE j OA2L 0. PERKINS j Electrical Eiistoetr Contractor 1 Klerttle fixtures an! Supplies ', )eclrj Wirijsr of All Kindt ! 19 Sorth Main St Barre, Vt Telephone! Store 39-M, House 74-1. ! DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, j OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAS i I Office In room 39, Miles building. Offiee aoura, l a. B. to 13 m. and I S" to 4 p. in, Monday, Tuesday. Thursday sad JridayA Telephone connection. M. J. WHITCOMB ! licensed Embalmer ; CaOs answered promptly day or night An rp-to-data ambulance in connection. I EAST BARRE, VT. J Telepbtrue 82SML 4 HALE'S SPECIALTY House Furnishing Store is the place where you can fur nish your home at living prices No. 118 North Main Street, Barre AliOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Sections. T1il continual barking of his tiny dog Thursday night awoke lieorge M. fstttik oi jiraltlcboro, who loiiud that lug horse had boon hitched tip and was about to be driven from the burn. The horse thief had been frightened off by the uog. John Hall met with a peculiar accident at his home In Bnruet recently when, on attempting to rise from a chair, he was attacked by a dizzy spell and fell forward, striking on another chair with sulllciunt force to cut open his forehead to the bono, so the skin lay over bis eyes, and breaking his nose. James Rhelvey, a, Chittenden farmer, was in Rutland city court Mindny, charged with intoxication. The Sunday session was held so that the man could pay his fine and go home to milk bis cows. MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CIVIL AUTHORITY October 29, 1912. MERCHANT TAILORING ' Alio Cleaning, Pressing and Sepairing , MOORE & OWENS, 123 Worth Main St, Barre. RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for til occasions. Latest and mest papulae A meeting of the board of civil author ity for the purpose of making additions snd correctioni to the check list to be used at the November election will be held in the air court room on the even ing of Tuesday, October 29, 1912, at 8 o clock p. m. rer order of the mayor: JAMES MACKAY, City Clerk. Oct 12, 1912. music. Telephone 842.21 jThe Barre Opera House 1 DANCE Orchestra CONCERT i Edwin W. Brnce, Director j and Manager 25 Nolaem St Telephone 422-12 i Three Generations Have Passed ; Since the Discovery of DOWNS' ELIXIR (for coughs, colds and lung troubles, but ! thousands remain tOiteli the story , or ' Us wonderful cures. Sold everywhere. 1 10c Cigar, factory output now at the I rate of thirty-five millions an mi ally. By far the largest selling brand of 10c (.i ! gars in the world. Fsctorv, Manches ter. X. H. H. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator ( "it jr snd farm property. Timber land. Quarry lasd. Building lots. Ttaements Jor rent. f'cmj.isloas reasonable. Room 4 aod 5, Mils Bloek Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont. Fire Insurance Yon inav be next. Don't wait and be sorry. Insure now and be safe. Rates on Dwellings and T Household Furniture in Dwellings in Residential Districts: $500, five years - $4.75 $1000, f.ve years, $7.50 Insure witn Ballard Strang Companies Money Sure Payment Prompt.. AUCTION SALE OF Real Estate and Personal Property! I WiD Sell at PubBc Auction to the Highest Bidder on Thursday, October 24, 1912, ! at 1 o'clock sharp in the afternoon, on the premises formerly occupied by Lon srd W. Newell located in the town of Ktockbridge and miles from the vil lage of Gaysville; The Buildings and 30 Acres of Land, consisting of about 10 acres of very good tillage land, balance pasture and woodland. tins will make a good poul try farm, as it lays warm and is pleas with green blinds; lMi-story with ell the railroad depot. House painted white with green blinds; J'i-story will ell snd woodshed connected. Bam clap boarded and Dainted. Also corn barn. and all in good fair condition, with run ning water at house and barn. Good fruit orchard. ALSO 1 00 Acres of Woodland, Mo re or Less reserving the lumber thereon. Also the following personal property; 1 black horse, 1 new road wagon. 1 new light driving harness, 1 1 -horse power and drag saw rig, 1 wheel horse rake, 1 plow, 8 tons of stood hay, a lot of corn and the fodder, about 40 btnshels of po tatoes and various other articles. Easy terms that will be made known at time of sale. A. C. TEMPLETON, AGENT. C. F. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. An Unexpected Conclusion. A luUstres.i was summoned In a Lon don court for baring dismissed a serr ant girl without due notice. The de fendant pleaded that the servant wdj so voracious that she conld not keep, her in food. The Judge after hearing the evidence inquired of the defendant "Will four and sixpence a week keep her?" "Not nearly," replied the lady "Will 6 shillings r continued the Judge. "No; that woukl not keep her," replied the defendant, feeling that In the Judge's hands her case was gaining strength, "Now take care," said thi Judge, "and answer cautiously. Will 1 shillings V "It takes 8," said the de fendant "Very well," said the Judge. "Then yon must pay her 8 shillings a week as board wages for one month." London MaiL The Banquet house block in Rutland has been placed on sale by its owner, Charles P. Harris, who is ssid to have endeavored to give it to a Rutland Young Men's Christiun association, but in vain. Helen Perkins, four-ycar-o'd daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Perkins of Rutland, was knocked down Sunday aft ernoon bv an automobile driven by Thomas F. Dunn. The child appeared to be not seriously hurt. W. H. Alexander last week picked seven quart of blackberries from his garden in West Urattleboro. He hint gathered 200 barrels of apples from his orchard, which also contains pears, peaches, quince and plums, besides a berry patch, containing several varieties. SELECT CULLINGS When Certain Diseases Occur. Government statlNtlelruis say that the months when tho loading diseases moMt prevail aud those during which they ure least prevalent, with the maximum and the minimum number f deaths In the territory covered dur ing 1010 and embracing nenrly three fifths of the entire population of tho country, are as follows! Typhoid fever, September (1,107 deaths) und May (."578 donths); measles, March (1,1'JT) and October (7l)j scarlet f3ver, March (700) and September (241); whooping cough, August (720) and October (.153): diphtheria and croup, November (1,3 13) and July (040); tuberculosis of the lungs, March (7,700) and September (5,488); pneumonia, March (7.000) and August (lJKrt); broncho pneumonia, March (3,229) and August (040); di arrhea and enteritis (under two years of age), July and August 02,M5 and 12,505, respectively) nnd February (1,337). The periods of most of these diseases ar known to laymen, and In tho family care may le taken, after a knawledjre of the times of their great est prevalence, that might prevent some of them. Leslie's Weekly. (litrkuefts is audible aud bright light silent, or vieo voi'sn. Nurses For Dogs. There are now Institutions for train Ing ladles to bccouio canine nursuf) They are taught to study the different ailments of the canine pets and havo to servo nil apprenticeship for lit least twelve months before they are quail (led to go out to nurse, A good nurse :un command a good salary. Only a few weeks ago a lndy In Dublin en gnged one of these canine nurses at 3 gulneiis a week, besides paying all her traveling expenses. At most dog shows ono notices girls in nurses' cos tumes attending the valuable animals that are on exhibition. An advertise ment appeared in a Journal only a few weeks ago offoring 00 per year end all found for a qualified kennel mold. London Globe. FOR SALE. Charles Henkel has left Brattleboro for a winter's sojourn in Bermuda, after working In the designing department of the Estey Organ company for 40 years. A t)efunetsr." Customer (missing his favorite wait er) Where's Charles today? Walter I'm sorry, sir, but 'e's gone. Customer Gone! Do you mean he's defunct? Walter-Tea. sir, an' with everything 'e could lay 'Is 'ands on. London Sketch. His WaneVing Wit Gibbs Dubleigb has a bright idea now and then. Pibbs Tea; If Dub lelgh ever has brain fever It will be Intermittent Boston Transcript None can injure him who does not Injure himself. St Chrysostom. Heredity. "Cute little cuss," said Slnbsidea, gar-ing at Hawkins' baby, "but why the dickens do you suppose he's trying to get his toes Into his mouth all the time?" "Takes after me," said Hawkins. "He's trying to make both ends meet" Harper's. Eight-year-old Ruth Campbell, who until about eleven months sgo lived in Bellows Falls with her parents, died Sunday, October 13, at her pieseut home in Walpole, N. H., from a bullet wound. Her brother, 11 years old. accidentally fired a gun, the bullet passing under the girl's right ear and coming out through tbe left cheek. She lived only a few hours. .... Two more smallpox cases hsve d veloped in Rutland, in the same family where tbe first case developed, that of Michael Rvan. The last victims are children, and the entire family has now been removed to the isolation hospital. Russia's Wood Mines. Mines of wood are found in the south of Russia, where they were dis covered recently when the bed of a river was dragged. Not very deep in the earth, but covering an extent of 200 square kilometers, a forest of oaks was found where it had been buried by some unknown cataclysm centuries ago. Tbe wood is in perfect preserva tion. The man who found the entomb ed forest ahas drawn from his mine many trunks of trees measuring from 120 to 180 feet high and at least eight een Inches la diameter. The mine la worth a fortune, for tie wood Is of the finest quality, and an a result of its long rest underground it has taken the most varied colors, ranging from dark brown to pale rose ai.d running through all the shades of blue and yellow. One hundred and fifty thousand of the ancient oaks have been turned over to the cabinetmakers. Harper's Weekly. The First Fiction. The "Tale of Two Brothers," written 3,200 yenrs ngo by tbe Tbeban scribe, Knnann. librarian of tho palace to King Merenptah. the supposed Pha raoh of the Exodus, is the oldest work of fiction extant The tale was writ ten apparently for the entertainment of the crown prince, who subsequently reigned as Sett II. His name appears in two places on the manuscript prob ably the only surviving autograph sig natures of an Egyptian king. This piece of antique Action, written on nineteen sheets of papyrus in a bold hieratic hand, was purchased In Italy by Mme. d'Orblney, who sold it In 1857 to the authorities of the British museum, where It Is now known as the D'Orblney papyrus. iiorsKnoi.D tiooos roit bale a im tn ! town at nnro, 1 will loll my huuachold iriititU t privme aul. l'lltsnjr llois. C A. Murray, io l'erl bunt. )J7tf KOK SAI.K Una Ulanwond heatar, a) mo I Dw anil In flrat-rlaa condition) alan a gaud conning runga. tall at Mo. 61 Hrook 8irrat, up uiri. JMU FINK8T KUCIIRK 1KCK IN THE WOKM Hfty-two n( tne amallMt plating tarda a?r mada. Coiuplot, henC ton ovnta to Williams KoTolty Co., 41 Ulan Kirett, Boiuarvllle, Maaa, 4 laott, Foil 8ALK-Will nil my tourfnc car, drlra about Gouu mllst. In parfeot ennd tlon, ouo ax Ira lira, full equipment, at vrry low figure, Alio I'tlila piano, Ilka new. at low price. Ad ilimi iiox 1011, Burlington, VU Istit POtt BALK One trad Ay Mil Ira cow, taran yeara old, juat coma la. Trine, $B. Edward Andaraon, naptnt Street, Wiiliamttown. Hew Eiiglaud telephone. 18tlt FOK BALE A nice family horae, aound snd kind, a irnod roadar, will work ain l or doa ble. Inquire of i'aul I'leraoi', Montpeller Head, Tel. S'.T-Il. r Mil roH HALE Bicycle for aale. A-l condition Allrxtrae. A bargain, loouira after S s'uloclt at49 Maple Avnue, upitaira. !Sit3 KOK SALE TS tear-old linrrad Plwmontn Uock lieui. Apply to W. M. Seatt. 17Stf Tact Is more Important than talent always remember that people are more easily led than driven. FOUR LINES FOB 25 CENTS The Times will publish Wants, Lou snd Found, For Sale. To Let, etc short Advertisements st the rate of four lines for twentT-five cents for the first inser tion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. FOK SALE A irood new tnllota now. fall bred Jersey, flow and ralf (60.00. L. K. Arnr- ill, K. Jr. It. No. 2, Harre. 176tf FOB BALE All kinds ofdrr wood. alab. eeo- ond a-rowth, limb and cnunke. A. Temaet. lei. S07-- or 177-3, City. !8ill Work Team! Pair good work horses, with harness and truck wagon. Will sell all together or any part of team A. W. ALLEN : AVERILL MILLS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOK BALK -SOaere 10 cow farm, t O0. caih sun Oood Drodoi'tive land, witn leiny tronn bulldinra. located at junction of ibree roadi. but few roes to beet of oeirbbora cburcb and scbool. wltb telephone line and rural mail at door and only lour milee fine Auction Sale of Auction Sale OF Personal Property! Real Estate and Personal Property! As I am moving sway from town, I Harry Jamason, son of Charles R. .TitinuHon, owner of the White River Junction Landmark, was arrested in fireenwich, Conn., Saturday, charged with bigamy and admitted in court that, although only 25 years old, he baa al ready married six women. He savs he !e not do it for money, but "jut can't help falling in love with pretty girls." He ftole one wife's white alippers and wedding ring to be used in another woman s marriage to him. Two of the wives, learning of Ja mason's act, faced him. Mr. Jamasnn's flrt wife and three children live with his father's family in White River Junction. He is held in $1,000 bonds. Apple buyers are now paying nearly $2 for the assorted fruit that is raiaed in Isle La Motte and Orand Isle and have shipped about a third of the crop to ew iotk, where the bent of them will And their way into the fruit stores and (iliove carta and be sold for five cents each. The next bent will be re tailed at probably $8 a barrel and so on down the line. Ichthyol a Kind of Asphalt. .u vU UJ ""irol,atotnrlTtngT,.e(,nd gooa market lor Dinips gtruiugjuui survej. tue luiiutviiig ; ail rerm praaucre. Wellloeated tin acre lzeew rarm auiu, eaan ' f 800. Oood bulldlne. productive land, extra lasture, ge sural mapieo. etc. eor am arret above weald be - Sard ta match Geodrteb, Cbnisea, 1 lew remarks about Ichthyol are found: "X peculiar form Of asphaltiC material j good pasture, SiOsurai maples, etc For one found In Austria finds application after ; ,JLWT15. WJ0' appropriate chemical treatment as a vu uieuicame.it uuuer toe name oi u- hICE LITTLE FAHM FOR SALE L thyol and Used for erysipelas, ec- ; cation, on the ro4 between Ket Darra and , . . t. . , ,. , ... . ' Vpper OrsniieTilla. one mite from Webater- ema, etc.). It is not prepared In the po.ffle(t Farm contains 2S anres. with United States. The raw material from good briik house and wood shed, carriage i. i. i ji.i i in haoe. and aood barn with lement and lean which it is derived Is a fosslllferous ; Go.,i oron,rj and amaii froit. ai.o deposit Which Is found near Peefeld, in ; n'e suaar orcaard antalnin(c about S7& trees. Frce and terms reasonable. lor particulars 170tl7 Uie Austrian l yroi. i ne material mineu . nH at farm- Donald Qreenely, 1'rop at this p ace is careful y selected as to i : ; ; r-rr; r , , , , , . , . . ,, ., FOR BALE A splendid large ronmr bouse grade and Is subjected to dry dlstlllft-n the best residential aectior. of the city, near The distillate thus obtained Is ! r-chool. on car line, within 10 minntes' walk of past omce. wen cunt, -i ntou.rn cjiitcu Irnces, lawa, cardan, hen hone. Lot 10 fet squsre. Can be seen anv dy from 3 to 8 P. M. at. w Patterson arrest. Telephone SJ6-11. 17tf WORKMAN FELL 27 FEET. wllir"4 PUb"C Urtin U thC bihwt w" Climbin UddCT ia Burlington and lost Hii Balance, V jM aTW . Aaw AAala. rriUay, UCIOOer Z.. Burlington. M. 23-FeIipo lVrrotta, at 10 o'ebt in the forenoon, on the ' , , . ? fe'' ?7 feet fr"m premises wWe I now live, known ss f . L 'ir . .01 the Inalla farm, at Korfh F.vaton Vf ter.n,l Guiding at the corner of Pearl k .i. 4 u ... u I..:,' aud J'rospeet ittreets. He was pjeked u I Will Sell at Public Auction to the Arli.fl.i ,i ...t,, ... A41.1 uneonseious and taken to Mary Fletche a J I VIM t 1 At sillirs I I HIH IU tion, then sulphonated and subsequently neutralized with ammonia. The fin ished product resulting from this proc ess Is tbe commercial article known as Ichthyol. The exact chemical composi tion of ichthyol has not yet been de termined." New York World. FOR SALIC Two-tenement hnase, S rooms each, with barn; all new. Twe acres of land, orchard and small fruit. Modern improve ment, thraoghoat. A herrain. Inquire of Orle Demers. corner of Harold and Brown streets, near Merlin street, city. 18tt FOR BALK The frame bulldlm knewo as the Hlaekwell Street Hose Heaae. located near the niackwell Street bridge. As tbe land on which this troildlag standi la not owned by the cltr. tbe purchaser will bare to move tne buiidinir off from tbe asms or make arrange ments with tbe owner to lease or purcr.kse tne land. Sealed offers will be received by tha undersigned oa t Men.iaT. OotHher 7. at aaven a'oloek P. M. William Brown, W. 1L Ward. Hand Separator Oil An extra fine grade of Separator Oil at the lowest price. Also sup plies for the Sharpies Tubular Separator, at ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt. TO BENT FOR RENT One six-room cottage, wltb gt, electric lights and bath, fle',03. one modern six -room tenement io doable bouse oa car line. Desirable. 117.0ft. One six-room tenement In double beuse sea traily located. S lUOO. One foar-room tenement near Mala Btreet Central. Stl.00. Also several stores and offices la various buildings. BOVCK A ROBIXSON, Baal Estate Broken TO ItKKT Six rooms, lower flat. Ne. 17 Foray lb. Place. Vacant after Nov. 1st. Ker at II West Street, E. L. Btuitb. lSSit TO BENT A down-s-alrs tenement on North Main street. Apply at 44S North Main Street laotr FOR KENT Oood a tor suitable for meat and g roc. y Business, on Soon Main street. riarre. ncarif new uuuaing ana exoeuent ten ement kbeve store, aisa good atable. Will rent foroalv t45 0) par month, inquire ot I) A, Perry, Barre, Vt 177tf TO KENT A lower teaement. with barn, for a small family, on the quarry road. Address Bex 72, K. r. v. ie. 4. i7Ttt TO BENT Tenement for small family, en Central street. Call at So. Mala street. ITJtf FJK BENT S room teaemeat. 00 Granite street. Apply te C. Zinleoni. 17tf TO RENT At No. 17 Laurel street, a S-roem flat. 3rd floor; hot water, set tubs, eiectrio lights, etc. lag aire ef K. L. Smltu, 21 West street, city. 174tf TO RENT A part of store at 74 Nerth Main Street Wm. O. Martin. ISttf Our Wonderful Growth. A recent bulletin of the census bu reau shows that there has been a marked Increase in tbe past decude In the number of American cities of over 25.000 Dooulatlon. The United States has 229 of these, or much more than ! Dr'.d,.McU,d' '"V"tir Coma,l,t" X any otner counn-y or ine worm, except Cblna. Almost every state has one 1 or more of these cities, but Massa chusetts leads all the rest, with twenty-five of them, or much more than are found In New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois or Ohio, states which lead It in aggregate number of Inhabitants. Massachusetts' ascendancy In this par ticular Is chiefly due to its vast ex pansion in manufactures, which makes wv.el .JEWELRY ! i When YOU want a piece vt artistic, tjuarautced quality Jewelry, come ia arid ae our splendid .'lispl.iy. O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler. ! 1 1 e I e joo Mala st. Sols Agency for I "Bostoa Atnericaa" ta Bans. L j Highest Bidder oa Saturday, October 26, 1912, at 1 o'clock sliarp in the afternoon, on the premWs where I now live in Wii liamttown, Vt.. on Beckett street, near the (Jraflge Hall, the following: 1 Eight-Year Old Horse ((iood driver)! one S-year-old brood mars with foal, weight about 1.2'X) pounds, good worker and driver; 2 cows ana a numher of hens; also wagon, buggies and wagon ptdes 1 I)e Laval cream separator Xo. 2, 1 2-hore mow ing machine, 1 1-horse mowing machine anl I 2U-foot ladder. Also My Entire Lot of House hold Furniture consisting of bedsteads, geese feather bods ami bedding, clmirs, couches, bu ream, carjiets, extension table, clocks, mirrors, pictures snd liouse plants, sew ing machine, refrigerator, 1 cook stove with hot water attachments, 1 Magcc parlor stove for coal or wood, 1 nil cook ktove, 1 10-iiurt ice rreajn freezer; alo cnx'kcry, iron, tin and wooden ware witu many articles too numerous to mrntiou. rulc positive, rain or shine, without reserve or limit. Terms at Time of Sale. J. B. BR0CKWAY, OWNER. C. F. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. dlesex, the following described real es tate ami personal property: My Home Farm The said Ingalis farm contains l.V) P er hospital, where it was stated that he may recover, ro far as ascertained, no Ixmea were broken, but there are fears of internal injuries. He recovered con sciousness later in the day. Pfrrotta waa carrying a nail of water acre or lana, acre or tillage, 40 up the ladder at tlie east side of the to ou acres of wood and timber und, Imilding to some workmen who are put balance pasture, Good sugar orchard of tintr on the roof. He had nearly reached tH) tree. Farm will carry 10 cows aud the ton and rut out his hand to catch team, Good comfortable 7-rootn houxe, the hltfhest round of the ladder, when newly elapboarded and wide porch. Ham he lost his balance and fell backward. 2i! x 3rt with basement stable 18x17 He struck heavily on his side upon a witu nenno'iae s x jo leet ana nog- brick wall a lew Teet lrom the trriximl house 10 x 12 feet. (iood water at and was picked up unconscioua and hur buildings, Also my farm adjoining my ried to the hospital. Dr. McSweeney was iionie piace, Known as tne J ion man or called. ( rowlev lilacs, whii h confsiria I 111 aerea I P.rrnll. Ii.i a n.if in, ( r.dil l, oi land, .10 acres in tillage, so acres m two of whom are sick. He had a some- wood and timber, balance in pasture. I what similar accident two years sum. iiooa sujiar orcnara oi oov trees, .tna I when employed on a building In Mnooe- more than i,ou corns or wood can be ki. and was in the lioeoital some weeks- cut on ai.a sow, iiooa iruit orcnard. PropBrtiesJor Sale No. 401. On of our good ones; situated with in thirty minutes drive of one of the best mar ket In 'New rngland; contains 15 acres of good productive landi will crry j oows and team: excellent fruit orchard; produces 50 tons of hay. all good quality, Fields lay well, Vlontv of wood. Mtiarnr bush of 700 matlea Btilidlngs are well painted and in extra good It the most thlcklv settled stntn of the ""I V STORK TO BKNT Apply te J. B. Saagal nettl, Barre. UJtf TO B F NT Two modern stores, Ne. 9 or S 7t North Mala Btreet. Also a tenement Klver Btreet. Inquire of John Cleary, S0 Harm Mala Btreet. llfftf f BKNT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few roams, well Xurnlskodj all ma era Imprwre menta: ket and eels water, beta. Qatalen Blevk, l?i Nerth Mala Btreet. S4Stf HELP WANTED WANTBD-Two men to won on farm. Must be good milkers. Good wages for good help. H. H. Martin, Wllllanaatewn, Vl 1 7Stf whole forty -eight, except Ithode Is land. It is much more thickly settled than are most of tbe countries of Eu rope. Leslie's. repair, nine room house, painted white, with shrdt SO ft. barn with liaaeuient; bay is all drawn in at the top: large silo. These build- incs will appeal t you if you want something a III tie bettor than the ordinary. A pleasant home and good chance to make money. I'nce $4,0.10.00. 1M No. 804. JTO acres; stork, crops, tools, house hold furniture. Everything goes. A money maker) this farm has a reputation of making every owner rich. Located in Rerun overiooa Ing Berlin pond ; about Are miles to stontpet lor snd karreand abonl the same to North- Dace will carry an to 40 head or storag ear y 100 t ns of hay; has large quantity Hearing the Light, "HeariiiK" the llcbt has recently been accomplished by the medium of ,!)'!'? the Optophone, a wonderful invention ; of wood ; sugar hush uf about loon trees, partly of Pmtrnlw ri"41hA tha well l-nman I equipped. ICs'imated sski.oud ft. soft wooit or folirniei a Aloe, me well known .r(rV modern barn , hay all drawn In at top j scientist ana LeitlC scnoiar. At a aern- large eiloj comrortanie nnusot nest oi water, onstrntlon given in London a btaiv,T XnTwi man told. Without Using the sense Of j tons of hay, 10 ton strsw, W0 bushels of oats, so ..,,.1, un. ,,. i,,,i,... u, tmshels Indian wheat, some corn, good set touch, now many window s were In the;- lI1(t including com planter, corn room aud how many persons were be I harvester, mowing machine, horse rake, t ants OLD ES1ASLISHKD HOLSE dealing io best line of goods on the market, baa decided te spend eaormous sums in advertising; will require the services of aright capable maa er woman in every city and town ia the U. S. The werk is healthful and remunerative. Exp-rl-enee nnaeressary. Must be able to turnlah sitisfactorv references. Besides paying good salary we offer f S.OO in prlaee te those doing the mesl successful work, up to January L Wilteusat once, giving age and references. Address H. L Smith, Advertising Mgr., Dept. P.. 61-66 Bread, Boston, Mass. lue opto- I hurrows. 1 plows, set line sugsr tools, all small tween himself and tbe wull. phone makes light and darkness audi- "ia and household furniture. This farm will keep 10 cows and team, summer and winter, hxtra owjd farm- Imuse of 12 rooms, 2 porches, 2 hardwtMid l floors, Ijood bam 30 k ail feet. Jiase- nicnl horse barn M x 28 feet, (iood running water. Doth farms near ncivli bors and achnol. If you are looking I for good medium priced farms, attend tins sale, as both the makers. lie farais are money.- FIRE insurance Bates! REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stack Companies and five ilntaaU. Take four choice. Call and investigate. Any competition met in eomprnica tbat have had an experien? of from 25 ta 100 year. J. W. DILLOS, I aa4 4 Bolster Block. Barre. VL 3 to 4 months old Berkshire Pigs Doth seats, hired by Ixtus Star No. 140C7. a eon of Mars Iloval Maater- r'tte 2d tbit sold for t'.VM and out of t Lsrmerdala 24, a noted IVrkahire sow. Ail ff these pigs are out of very rhojee sow. These pigs can be purchased un registered at lamer prices and at TO BANQUET BALL PLAYERS. Preparations for Honoring Gardner and Collins in Burlington. Burlington, ct. 23. Hav Collins and 'I-arrv" Gardner, Vermont's two big Uafftiers, will be tendered a reception ami complimentary banquet at the hotel ALSO PESS0NAL PROPERTY. oo- . "-VTL . rf m . a 1 fir wmiiriri. 7 K?"1 FT rT9Vl A few enthuniaffiie ntmirers of th njB itiHK win irwiii.'n .nis arm eariv I un .i. ,.nr. xi,, ..tn W infnr t IVstt At ( bam Itaaf il- IUa II. . ! i e- .. lirl C ail Hi I eX V-Vl v 1 r tt II I at I T I. .GflJt One 2-ye,r-oh he.fer, on. pair of Lulls f ff , Bnd M , j,OW( e..m.nS two yei.a oil, 4 nice ahoata that , Mntpi' ve,teniay to invite (iov- tiiII weigh J2o nds each. rpnnr ... M lllpp .Ure m. FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY- !, , nnnnt. Ono 2-horse luailat-r wsgrm, 1 buggy wag- it wjji , Moliar" dinner and tick on, 1 skuh. 1 t 2 horee traverse aled. L-t. exnected to be taken un faet. I set of norsa traverse sled and 2 I If is Kr.ll.vi ! (his nnhlie Hom.m.tr.. b..b sleds, itiowinjr machine, horse rake, tion will be the most effective sir of spring tootn harrow, nearly new plow. .l,ttin tl. u Hd Sox what ilnr. cultivator and small tooU stall as chains, weu,n thinks of them. " wiomcwwa, cveners. noes. Tl .l. h.. nut ava le. , led mwtn Any man can AMI' IUIVUUVU 13 l'UDC.4 VIM .UV. forall S.UJtl.OU. IrO metal selenium's well known property of being affected by light. IVAlbe contrives to make the effect of light For further particulars regarding any of tbe above properties. Inquire) of WANTED Atones : eleven flrst-class granite cutters on monumental and vault work, oar plant Is equipped with all meuera healthful devices, which laolndes water buablere and sanitary lavatory Inside tbe building. It It the warmest shoo in the State In tbe winter and enelest In the summer. No lest time. Cross Brother Co.. Northfleld, Vt 173tf TO BKNT The eld Fire tatlea building ea Blaskwell Street. This bulldtnv Is well suited for store purposes, Apply te William Brown, W. H. Ward, Donald MeLeod, Property Com mittee ef City of Barre. l4tt WANTED on the passage of electric turrenhr tl. n s f.m Dga fct-fl lotnn through selenium appreciable in g " U. A 1811 nlal Lelall MglliU telepboue receiver, and clockwork BARRl TSRMONT mechkuism.caate.adi:sadao .toati .,. ..,. ..,.. er least goed sugar place of low trees, wit, ew Leader riai nara aoxesi stock iaJ teeia Apply to D. L. Scott, Bast Calais, liutf COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. forks, rakes, shovel, etc. SUGAR TOOLS One 12-foot eaiKra tor snd iron arch and nearly new heater; H1 tin and li wooden lap tub and nearly new gathering tub. AUo about j Z ton of nice hay. a quantity of en silage and coin fodder. 40 bushel of but it will be soon. ESTATE OB ALICE C SHKPAKD, The andetaigaed. Uavlag been apx.lnted bv tbs HoHwrabie fro babe Court for tha District of washlngtea. I oraasiaaionera. to receive, exaaa- las aod adjust she clstms and deansaris of all persoas against theestateof Al ce 41 Hhepard. late of Berlin in said District, deeeaaed, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, kereoy give notice that we will meet for the parpoee aloreeaid. at the office er T. H. Cava. Jr , rwom No B Howlan t Bolldiac I the ity f B.rre in sid District, on tbe 14th day of November and Wnd dsv oi March next, Irons 3 e'clock P. M. vnlll 4 o'clock P. M., oa earb af said daya. and that six snoaths from the J tl. ay of Saptamtwr A It. imi. le lb time limited by said Cunrt for ssid creditors to present their claims to us fur exesninatiea and allowanee Iatad at tha City of Barre this ISlk day of October, A. It lsit THUS H. CAt K r.. Comails ABTHL'B U Hk WITT, sioner. act 14-n.M F ABM WANTED Want t boy a farm; would prefer oee aroond I'lalnfleld, ar Barre. O J. AbBlatl. 1'laiafleld, Vt. ISftn WANTED Old geese feather bed. Th best rash prloes paid. Address C. . Dleainsen. General Delivery. Barr. Vt. lrtl North Semiaars Street, Beat for $:i.00 per i I"ari street, Barre, Vt month. Newly painted and la geed repair, I Dr. H. keaU For particulars see Dr. C. W. I a. ..I. u.a,.ni Kuldlln.. ISutf1 WANTED Ta buy a srmall farm sniukl for poultry. Lunch eatt ra Barre eity givea la ea- chaarei situated on North Main street eepn. lte I'a aoe Uaragei f ally equipped i newly pafated: uelng a good husiaesa Would difference for place In goed locatlea- Cal pay II al tne cart ar addrees O L. Huntoon, eansr IS sastse FOR SALE CK BENT Black al 107 Bonth Main Street, Store, leaesseat, kara aad sbets. Homer Flit. FOR 8ALB A new hewse Jaat eaaapleted, sltaated In a reeldeeiial partlaa af the city, oa Beieea Street Beat ef birth Sals wlta Sara weed floor. Steam heat, bath, bat aad caid water, set tabs and eleetrle Hi at, it I a tkoreegkly baili bouse. Back p .aster, It le lerated oa a larre lat and aa dry sell, witn la twa minute' walk of tke ear Use. late Is aa deal areposKloa tor eae waatlng a kesae on easy larros. Marry C, rattareoa. SO-if Why People Do Not Go ta Church. One of the most frank and outspoke article ever written on a religion sub ject Is "Tlie Hungry Sheep." by W il liam I. yon 1'helps. which will appear in thm Nok.mW ('Milorx- lrrif Phj.ltv .lersev bull, a craodeon of Eminent 9,1 i sitiou and a jrood clean lot of personal . v. .mono f Sin... th.t n. r... that sold for 10jkSl at auction, and tiisj PruPTtv. All to be sold to tbe bigb- WIB ptH.ple do mit to church is be- .1...1..1- k;'.... il ii.fl J ...... I potatoes, an. I a auantiiv of hl k wooH ferred. AIo one yearling registered Hcmember. thee are good ituux propo- pTainlsoa soil for $751. Price very cheap. A4!re The Loius Fields, West Berlin Vt. et tid lcr witbout limit or reserve, as r.u, ,,;,. . .frai.l t breach l. I mean btisine. Ijnch at Boon. Term ffo... . : ..t r ojnr vi .ate, . B. E. MARBLE fc SON, OWNERS Automobile for hire, by tho day or W. I. WILCOX, with tbe D. A. Perry 1 botif ; fine, new Buiek eat, caa carry Real Estate Agency, Agtat. fire passengers; will go anywhere. Jones C f. SMITH, Ancuoaeer. j. Nrc'a bvery stable. Ivpot g..ar. APPLES FOR SALE Good Apples from $1 to $2 per barrel, purchasers to fur nish barrels and pick apples. SKEPARO FARM, - Granileillle Commence picking Oct. 22. Telepboae 3iU LOARD AND EOOMS WANTED Dead hor t tik way la Barre, Moatpsller. ) ebitsrvllle, Uraalternle and Kast Barre. . K. Bailey. Telephone eall, Sut- W, ItBsao j LOST AND FOUND LOST Aa Angora cat from Perrta Btreet. Three color., white, yellow sad melteae white lib. Answers ta the name at ttirlia" Will Sader p'e.a aotify Mia teearge Bay ma, Clv Sueet, iff l'eriin Street, Barre' 1K WANTED Besrder at th Hotel Otis. iy tke week ar by tie day. ist( NEWLY FCRKIBUKD BtHIMS TU BKNT Witk ar without board. All aaodera roavea leacee.sl Sa Avertll street tail eveoluga. Tei epiieae ai9-A 1f ADVERTISE YOFJIt WANTS IX THE TIMES AND GET SUItE RESULTS CHI-NAMEL WALL TONE A sanitary, non-absorbent, washable, dull Enamel for walls, c-ilinjsand wood works For Sale Bv - - ALICE V. BECKLEY, luceesssrts O. A. Wilkinson VC. TcLSl-U BortB BiaJn Btroo.