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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. DARKE," VT.. FRIDAY, OCTODER 23. 1912.'
Roofing' Paper AND POOF 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 et'ali Humeri no open tout eyes, Inmtigals, study, and thus bscoma wise, TO Til FACT THAT Bishopric Wall Board It bettor thn lutli snd plaster, saves forty per cent lu construction, renders one hundred per cent In service. Any weather it good building weather when you uto Bishoprlo Wall Hoard and Sheathing. Ilia Hlshoprlo ltoollng It self protecting aud require! no palut. It bent all otlicr kinds of roofing that's made. And tliiwewlio have tried it. hIi seem to agree, It tlrlvua everything else away Into the Ihaua ut the elm or tna 0111 appio tree, J. T. CALLAGHAN, 360 No. Main St, ,s . Barre, Vermont. BUSINESS CARLS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M.LK Veterinary Physician and Sorgeai (itlcitt (licagi Veterinary Col!ej N. E-Telepb..., 341-11 Alt lb Feepla't Lin Office and Hospital, South Barre CARL 0. PERKINS Electrical Engineer and Contractor Electric Fixtures and Supollei Electrie Wiring of All Kind 199 North Main St Barre, Vt Telephones t Stors I39-M, House 74-1- DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlcs la room 35. Mile building;. Office hours, 0 a. aa. to 12 m. and 1:3ft to 4 t. m., Monday, Tuesday,, Thursday aid riday. Telephone connection. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night An up-to-date ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, TT. Telephone 229-11. 44444w444444w4 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 f AliOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Section. K. A.'Willcy grew a sunflower stalk a i iiih noma in jsurnei wmcn nas 47 heads on it. Charles C'hesley of Glover lias a tur nip, grown in Ins garden, which weighed 17 pounds with the top oh and 20 with it on. Fire nnrtiullv destroyed the residence of V. A. (laskell, of St. Johnsbury Mon day morning. The loss amount to sev eral thousand dollar. lr. J. B. Mithana, who is constructing a farm machine automibile in Rutland, had his jaw broken in two places Tues day, while starting the engine. The state board of health has not yet appointed a successor to Dr. C. F. Mall, health officer of Rutland, who re cently resigned, and according to the law he remains in ollice until his successor is appointed. 'Well, Doctor, I am going to take that one chance, to win. "With kind regards, which please pass on to any cavalryman you may meet, "I am sincerely vours, "P. CM. Kelson." RANDOLPH. MERCHANT TAILORING Alio Cleaning, Pressing; and Kepairtag MOORE & OWENS, 122 North Main St. Barra. Vt RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for til occasions. Latest aad ist pwpuLu , music. i Telephone "... 342-21 A Log on the Track of the fast express means serious trou ble ahead if not removed, so does loss of appetite It means lack of vitality, loss of strength and nerve weakness. If tppetite fails, take Electric Bitters quickly to overcome the cause by toning up the stomach and curing the indiges tion. Michael llesMlieimer ot Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over three years, but six bottles of Electric Bitters put him right on his feet again. They have helped thousands. They give pure blood, strong nerves, good digestion, unly no cents at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Advt. RANDOLPH CENTER. MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CIVIL AUTHORITY October 29, 1912. The Barre Opera House I rANCE Orchestra CONCERT Edwin W. Bruce, Director ; and Manager I 25 Nels.n St Talapboa 427.12 Three Generations Have Passed Since the Discovery of DOWNS' ELIXIR for coughs, colds and lung troubles, but thousands "remain to tell the-story of its wonderful cures. Sold everywhere. 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 sity court room on the even ing of Tuesday, October 29, 1912, at 8 o'clock p. n. Per order of the mayor: J AlfES MACK AY, City Clerk. Oct. 12, 1912. IT. D. Tracy is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hryant have been at J. C. Hebard'a for a week. They have returned to their home in South Royalton. A. Eraser has rented his farm for five years to Charles La Due of Burling ton. Mrs. L. B. Atwood has returned to Boston after spending the summer at k. r. msona. The Rev. Mr. Day, who came from the West recently to live with his son, Theo dore Day, is in a very feeble condi tion. A large job of state road work is being done between this place and Ran dolph village. A. 0, Wells has been making extensive repairs on his house. Arrangements have been made for a series, of entertainments of the lecture course variety. A. I. Wake, a Lowell R. F. D. mail carrier, met with a peculiar accident Friday while making bis trip on a bi cycle. As he was riding down a steep hill a hen ran in front of his wheel, throwing him with force Milheient to cause serious intcrnul injuries. Martin Murphy, a prominent and high ly respected farmer of Bennington Cen ter, committed suicide Wednesdpv by hanging. Ho was 07 years old. Why he should have taken his own life is a mystery, unless from temporary aber ration of the mind, as he had no busi ness troubles of any kind, and was in his usual good health. EAST BARRE. Tungsten Lamps CHEAPER Sec our new 8-12-16 c. p. Tungstens, the first in the city. The New Prices: 'r'lOc Cigar, factory output now at the J rate of thirty-five millions annually. By . far the largest sel"ng brand of 10 Ci I gars in the world. Factory, Manches j ter, N. H. H. A. PHELPS ! Real Estate Operator I City and farm property. Timber land. ! Quarry land. Building lots. Taaemeats ; Isrreat. Cornmlssloas reasonable. Reams 4 ana 5, Mil.. BU.k , Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont. 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 48 c. p. - 69c 100 watt 80 c p. - 90c 150 watt 120 c. p. $1.35 250 watt 200 c. p. $2.35 Frosted Bowl, 5c extra. Fire Insurance You may be next. Don't wait and be sorry. Insure i 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 tars witfi Ballard Strong Companies Money Sure Payment Prompt. Barre Electric Co., 135 N.rtk Mala Street. Wkeelock Hock, Telephone 98-W ! JEWELRY I ! When YOU wnnt a piece of rtistie, guaranteed quality Jewelry, come in and tee our splendid display. O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler. I i I 20b Main St Sola Agency for I I "Boston American" in Barre. ! L. ...... ................... Auction Sale OF Personal Property! I Will Sell at Public Auction to the Highest Bidder on Saturday, October 26, 1912, at 1 o'clock sharp in the afternoon, on the premises where I now live in Wil liamstown, Vt., on Beckett street, near the Grange Hall, the following: 1 Eight-Year Old Horse (Good driver) ; one 5-year-old brood mare with foal, weight about 1,200 pounds, good worker and driver: 2 cows and a number of hens; also wagons, buggies ana wagon poles j I Do Laval cream separator No. 2, 1 2-horse mow ing machine, 1 1-horae mowing machine and 1 20-foot ladder. Also My Entire Lot of House hold Furniture consisting of bedsteads, geese feather beds and bedding, chairs, couches, bu reaus, carpets, extension table, clocks, mirrors, pictures and house plants, sew ing machine, refrigerator, 1 cook stove with hot water attachments, 1 Magee parlor stove for coal or wood, 1 oil cook stove, 1 10-quart ice cream freezer; also crockery, iron, tin and wooden ware with many articles too numerous to mention. Sale positive, rain or shine, without reserve or limit. Terms at Tim of Sale. J. B. BROCKWAY, OWNER. C. F. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lafley and family went, the first of the week, to North field, where they will make their home in the future. Ladies' night will be observed this evening at Washington grange. Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. Whitcomb and Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Whiteomb were in Mor- risville last Tuesday on a business trip. Clayton Tucker has been ill several days the past week, but is now on the gain. Forrest Wolcott injured two fingers on bis right hand last Monday while at work in the World Granite Co.'a stoneshed. He has been unable to attend to his duties since. II. K. Sargent has been ill at his home the past week. A large number of the young friends of George, I.awson met at his home Tuesday evening last and helped him to celebrate his 18th birthday. He was presented a set of cuff button and a scarf pin. Mrs. Jane McVicar, who died in Lyn donvillo Oct. 19, at the age of 95 years, was the oldest and the only known liv ing mother of a soldier of the Civil war in Vermont. She was also the old est member of the Woman's Relief corps in the state. She married Robert Mc Vicar when she was 17 yeurs old and 11 children were born to them. Mike Bascuk died at the St. Johns bury hospital Tuesday evening from burns received when he fell into a vat of boiling water at the veneer mill In Orleans earlier that day. He was seri ously burned before he could be rescued. Mr. Bascuk was only 26 years of age, had worked at Orleans only three weeks and spoke very little English. Nothing is known of his relatives. S. W, Flack of Ludlow does not take much stock in the claim that oats can not be easily raised in Vermont. He planted 12 bushels of the Great Dane seed oats on six acres, and threshed therefrom 308 bushels a satisfactory interest on his investment. In the past eleven years he has never harvested less than 50 bushels to the acre. Saves Leg of Coy. "It seemed that my 14-year-old boy would have to lose his leg, on account of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bail bruise," wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone, N. C. "All remedies and doctors' treatment failed till we tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve and cured him with one box." Cures bums, boils, skin eruptions, piles. 25c at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Advt J he anti-sunragettes are active in Burlington and many of that city's so ciety people are canvassing the rity with petition which will bo presented at the legislature as an argument against the passage of a bill favoring woman s suffrage. One canvasser alone has more than 300 names of women who express the hope that the progress of the equal suffrage movement will be stopped. Strong, Vigorous Feet, Never Sore Just Rub on EZO for the Feet and Away Goes Foot Misery. Just think of it; only 25 cents for generous jar of EZO, a pleasant, refined ointment that quickly soaks into the pores and ,n a few minutes brings bless ed relief to tired, weary, sore, miming. tender feet. All druggists have it. It's so easy to use, too no fuss or bother getting ready no time wasted just rub on EZO for the feet and misery vanishes, tsed daily it makes weak feet strong and vigorous and draws the agony from corns, bunions and callouses. If fine for rough skin, chapped hands and face, chilblains and frosted feet. The Red Cross l'harmncy guarantees it. Ask for EZO FOR THE FEET. Advt. BARRE TOWN POLLING PLACES. Ad in C. Austin, a native of Milton, died Sunday at his home in Interlachen, Lake Minnetonke, Minneapolis, in his 90th year. He went from Vermont to Minnesota in 185(3 and was always ac tive in civic and educational work. He was a member of the first board of education and served on it in various capacities for fifteen years. Upon his re tirement from the board in 1893, he was given a testimonial in which many of his fellow citizens bore witness that up to that time, at least, no other man had given as much time gratuitously to the cause of education in the city of Minneapolis. For two years he was a member of the library board and from 1882 to 188rt was a member of the board of county commissioners. In 1883 he was elected a member of the first board of park commissioners and as such helped to lay the foundations of the present extensive park system. While still in his teens, lie left heme a.voVse cured passage on a sailing vessel and thus worked his way nearly around the world. Mis. E. T. Salisbury and her daughter, -Miss Marion Salisbury, went to isoston on Thursday for a few days Btay. Miss Eleanor Clark, the teacher of the traiuiiifr course here, went to Kiitland on Wednesday, to atenil the state teach ers' convention in that city, she being the only representative from the high or graded school here. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ix-wis and daughter of Windsor have recently been enter tained at John Bean's, and Tuesday night Mrs. Bean's niece, Miss Alice Pea cock, of Lowell, Mass., arrived for an in definite stay at the same place. Mm, Leon Oitty, of isortlilielil was operated upon at the sanatorium, on Thursday morning, for goitre. Mrs. 1, H. Wiltore lias gone to (Hiel- sea to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. iiliam flood. There will be a Republican rally in j Chandler music hall on Friday of next week, when Joseph A. DcBoer of Mont pelier will be the principal speaker. Mrs. W, W. Sprague has gone to Troy, N. Y.. and Pittsfield, Mass., for a two weeks' stay with relatives. B. F. Bowman has completed the list of soldiers names in this vicinity, who participated in the battle of Gettysburg, and the list contains 23 names. These have been sent to Dr. C. M. Ferrin of Eiisex Junction, who has charge of the matter of an appropriation from the legislature, to Mnd these soldiers to Gettysburg on July 1-3. C M. sprague of Santa Ana, Cal., who lias been in Stoneham, Mass., for a time, is now the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Wood. The funeral of Mrs. Ruth Abbott was held in the forenoon of Thursday, from the home of her sister, Sirs. C. M. How ard, and interment was in the South view cemetery in the family lot. Mrs. Abbott was born in Braintree, Novem ber 8, 1830. the daughter of Jeptha, and Caroline (Hunt) Howard. The most of her life was passed in Williamstown, but 20 years ago she and her husband left the large farm on which they had lived for years and came here and pur chased a house on Maple street. On the marriage of their daughter to Arthur Smith of Northfteld, they went there to have a home with her. After the death of Mr. Abbott, the deceased came here. where she has since remained. Mrs. Ab bott left one brother, Henry Howard of Randolph, and a sister, Mrs. Jane Dut- ton of Greenfield, Mass., who was with her in the laet few days of her life. Mr. O. Welle of Greenfield, Mrs. Dutton's daughter, was here to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Atwood, who have been at Greensboro for the sum mer, have closed their cottage there and are in town for a few days, making preparations to go to Alornsville to re main a month. Mrs. L. B. Atwood, who has been with her sister, Mrs R. F. Tilson, left on Monday morning for her home in Bos ton, after passing the summer here. Asa Hebard, who has been hunting on the Tilson farm, left on the same day for Concord, N. If., leaving Mrs. Hebard for a longer stay on the farm. This Girl Recovered From Consumption The mnkers of Kckinan's Alterative, whli'b Is dutiuf so niiii'h good fur l oii auiiiptlves, r continually In rerelpt of wonderful reports of recoveries brought Ohont solely throiiKh the use of this medi cine. Tliene reports lire always lit the command of any one Interested, and ninny of tlin writers In their Krntltude have siik- f rested thut like aiinerera write direct and earn what It did for them. Here Is one sei'linrii : 4l'l Second Ave.. Aurora. 111. "(ientleiiieii : I'lirdoii nie for not wrltlnK sooner, but I wanted to see If 1 would slay cured. I run now truthfully say I mil perfectly well. 1 wish to exprcos my heartfelt thanks. I have uo pain, no eniiKh, no nltrbt sweats, no hay fever. Xluce a child of two years, I have been rIIIiik with lima; trouble, which drew worse as I itrew older. At the aice of fourteen, the doctor said If I could not be sent Mouth I would surely die of Con sumption. Every winter I would be sure to have either' Bronchitis, Heiirlsy or I'lieunionla. I bud Typhoid riuiemonlo one time. I had catarrh of the stomach and bowels and had liny Fever for Ihe taut few years; but have not, auytbing of the kind this year. "I will answer all letters sent to me, asking a history of my case, from any one sutlcrliiK with luiifr trouble." (Sworn atlldavlt) KTTA PLATIf. (Five years later reports still well.) Kekuian's Alterntlve Is effective In Bron chitis, Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat and Luna: Troubles, and In tiplxiildliiK the system. Does not contain poisons, opiates or bablt-formliifr drucs. Ask for booklet tellliiir of recoveries, and write to Rckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, I'a., for more evi dence. For sale by all leading druggists P.ed Cross Pharmacy Barre, Vt. FOR SALE. FUR HLK Two yearling full Wood Jrruy isijuirs oi darnel iionry bulla Una on... Willi. la.town, VU laitf roll BALK Fair of extra good work horaas, w.ljrht tou also harn.ai and a nsw lumbar whkoii. Hum aold n-y farm and bava uo una for them; moyniint ba aold, C L. tticb, Wll. liaomown. 187(6 JIOl'RKHOLI) (iUUlia FOR BALK Ai I am to l.ava town at once, I will aall my houa.hold rooda at private sal.. Call at anr tluia. C. A. Murray, 45 F.arl blraat, 187lf FINEKT KtJCHKK KECK IN THE WORLD Fitly. two of taeamall.at playing carda aver made. Complete, Hand len c.nta to Wllllama Novelty Co., 41 Ulan Sire.t, Boinnrvllla, Una instil. a meeting will be held Monday evening to organize and elect officers. Louis Harrison, the 11-year-old boy who left home a few days ago, has re turned. Aside from the results of ex posure to the cold and rain, he is feeling little effects of his escapade. The heavy rain of Wednesday raised i the stream considerably and the pump- to be started. At first it looked as if other cellars would be flooded, but the water recaled rapidly and no damage was done. EAST BARRE. Remember Wednesday, October 30th, is the last day to pay your fire district tax. and save discount and cost of collection. FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Times will publish Watta, Loit and Found, For Sale. To Let, etc. short advertisements at the rate of four lines for twenty-five cents for the first inser tion and five cents for each aubsequen insertion. FOK HALK-Will sell mv tourinc ear. drlvan about fiuoo miles, In p.rfaot coad tion, ona ex tra tire, full ttqulpnieut. at a very low flgurs, Alao Cilile piano, Ilk. new. at low pric. Art. dtoas box lii'J, Burlington, Vu 180ta FOR BALK A nice family home, aound and klad, a good roadnr, will work alnxle or du bla. laquira of l'aul l'iorioi , Munipelior Hand, Tel. 2 '.7-U. lS4tf FOK BALK 75 year-old Ilarrad Fly month Hock bans. Apply t V. 11. ISc.tt. 175if FOK BALK A good new milch cow, fall bred Jeraey, cow and calf aao.Ou. L. K. Av.r 111, R. . I. Ho. 2, bairo, 176tf FOIt BALE All kinds of dry wood, slab, aea ond arowtli, limb and chuukt. A. T.maal. Tel. m-U or 177-3, City. 6AVi 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 I Have for Your Inspection a alca Una of Woodpecker Oaaoline Engines, Mover Knginea, and the greatest bargain In a I 3-4 borte power Gllaon Kngina, mounted oa hand (rucks, wlih tlv. different eize pallaya. ana one pump jack for pumping water. urn ana aea ic at ARK LEY'S BARRE. VT. TO RENT 4 TO RKNT An up stairs tenement of three momi, newly papered and painted. Apply t M. Bnlllvan. 121 Prospect Street. Tetephoae call, 119-14. 188(9 TENEMENT TO LET Modern convaaienoas. Apply to A. B. Dlx, Ail Brook Street. 189tlf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. WILLIAMSTOWN. About six weeks ago Mrs. Feter Ty ler of Vergennes, returning from a visit to Lincoln, brought back a mother cat and two kittens and gave them o her daughter, Mrs. Fordyce Bristol. The next day the cat was missing and Mrs. Bristol supposed that she had wandered awav and died, but last Saturday ha received word from Lincoln that pussy had appeared at her home that morning. The cat was brought in a tight box with only two small air holes and the journey was made from Bristol by rail road. The distance the cat had to travel The selectmen of the town of Barre to rcsnin her old home was about 20 have designated the following polling j miles, but she probably traveled perhaps places for presidential election to be ! 50 or maybe 10 Omiles, Judging from the held Nov. 5, 1912. The central polling ! time taken to complete the journey. The place to be at East Barre opera house i rat in order to reach ber home would and additional polling place at Miles' have to cross Otter creek and several hall, Graniteville, Inity Temple, South smaller Mreams and in searching for a Barre, and Giguere Brothers Hall, Web- place to crow made the distance much stervuie. BARRE TOWN BOARD OF CIVIL AUTHORITY MEETING FIRE Insurance Bates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable StoeV Companies and fiye Mutual. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competition met in eompmies that hare had an experience of from 25 to 100 yeara. --,-. ' -. t - '"iiT-?::.. . - J. W. DLLLO!?, t sal 4 Belster Block. Barre. Tt Fof Sale 2 3 to 4 months old Berkshire Pigs Both sexes. Sired by Lotus Star No. 140374. a son of Stars Royal Master piece 24 thU aold for P2JHO0 and out of Charmerd&'a 2d. a noted Berkshire sow. All of these pigs are out of very choice sow. These pigs ran be purchased-unregistered ct farmers prices and at slightly higher if registered and trans-j feiTed. AUo one yearling registered! Jersey bull. grandson of Lminent 2d that 'sold for f 10,000 at auction, and his grandson soli for $750. Trice very cheap. Address The Lotus Fields, West Derlin, VI. The board of eivil authority of the town of Barre will meet at the town clerk's office in said town Saturday, Oct. 26, at 7 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of revising the checklist to be used at the presidential election Nov. 5, 1912. All voters whose names were not on the checklist used at the September elec tion should see that their names are added at that time. nger. .Mrs. trong, to whom the eat returned, will never give the cat away again as she has earned the right to her home. Lewis Rodney has rented the farm owned by Albert H. Norris in the south east part of the town and possession was taken yesterday. Mr. Rodney will work for Harry Daniels on his lumber job this winter. .Notwithstanding the ratny day, there was a good attendance at the auction on the farm formerly owned by E. J. Poor, and good prices were realized as a whole, cows aold from f.Hi to fi and the hay was strurk off at $13.50 per ton in the barn. It is understood that Ora Poor is to have the farm and will continue to carry it on. Miss l.eona Lamb and Miss hula Gee are visiting relatives in town. It was rumored that Louise Freeman had an attack of scarlet fever but the report was due to a misunderstanding. The trouble waa caused by indiges tion. Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Wright of Bfook field were in town on business the 24th. All kinds of post cards, birthday, Hal lowe'en, Thanksgiving, etc., at a penny each, 10 for 10c or 30 for a quarter if sent bv mail. George E. Wilber, Wil liamstown, Vt. Charles M. Edson moved the house hold goods of Ernest Andrews from Northfleld to this town the 24th. Mr. Andrews will begin work for the J. K. Lynde Co. as meatman next week. He will live in Mrs. Betsey Benedict's house fffr the present. At the regular meeting of the I. O. 0. T. on the evening of the 23d, officers were elected for the ensuing year and two subordinate degrees were worked. The lodge also listened to the report of the delegate to the session of the grand lodge, which was held at Barre this year. Notice: I will be at the town hall Saturday morning, from 0 to 11, in stead of the afternoon hours. All who care to be vaccinated must be on band, as this will be the last time I will meet for free vaccination. William Hur ley, Health Officer. FOK BALK 90 aor. 10 eow farm, SM0, eaab 1 wo. Mood productive lana. witn ratny goon balidlnsa. located at junction of three roadt. but few rots to bent ot neirhbora, eburcb and echool. with teleptioae line and rural mall at door aid onlr tour mue no road to thriving village and good market for all nrni product". Well located 115 acre 1J ow farm S '.too. eaah tGOO. Good buildin?. productive land, extra Kood pantura. SiOaucai maples, ato. For on. man tarn abava w.uld be hard t match Other aartisalars. Geo. Goodrich. Chelaea Vt. isuia FOR BALE A splendid large, roamr hone In tbe beitretidnntial aectios f tbe city, near cbool. on car Una, wiibln 10 mlnutaa' walk or fiaat office. W.ll built, a'l modern eonven pbmi. lawn, earden. bea houae. Lot HO tw sonar. Caa be seen anv dav from 3 to 6 f M. at M Fattarton street. T.l.phoaa 324-11. 174tf FOR BALE Two-t.oament bout.. S rooail each, witb barn; all naw. Tw. acres of land, orchard and small frnlt. Madera improie mentu thr.aghout. A bartain. laquira of Ct rl. Demerit, corner ot Maroie and lirown atreeta. near Berlin street, city. IMtU FOR BALK The frame building kn.wn as the Mliokw.ll Bireat Hose H.aae, located near the niackwall Bireat bridra. As tbs laaa on whicb this building etands ia not owned by the etty. the pnrenaaer win nav. to mov. toe building off from the same or make arrange inenta witb the owner to i.aae or parchaee tn. laad. Sealed offer, will be r.e.lved by tbe oad.raign.d m M.aday. oet.rxr 7, at e.ven .'clock F. M. William Brewn, W. H. Ward, Donald McLeed, Fr.psrty Committee f City of Barra. 66lt Propertiesjor Sale No. 401. One of our good ones ; altnated with in thirty minutes drive of oae of the belt mar kets In New Kneland: contains 135 acres of good productive land ; will carry W Cows and (earn; excellent fruit orchard; produces f30 tons of tiBy. all good qualitv. Fields lay well. Flenty of wood, sugar nuen or too maptea. DUIiamg are wni uitiriieu uu m r.im kj"u repair, nine room house, painted white, with shed; SO ft. barn with basement ; hay is all drawn in at the top; large silo. These build ings will appeal to you If you want something a little better than the ordinary. A pleasant home and good chanoe to make money. Frice tt.tMI.OU. 185 ror further particulars regarding- any oftn aboT properties. Inquire of Till 0. A. F irry Ri.l Estati Agincy ' BARRE, VIRBWNT "ARM FOR BALE Can tains 146 aeres. mora or le.s: road augar aiae. of 1000 trees, witn aew Leader rlx; bara S0x4A: stock aal te.ia. A pply to 1). L. Scott, Katt Calais. l&utr TO RENT Cot-Aae. Apply to Mrs. O Ho. nannl, S Klleston Street, Barra, Vt. lSSt. TOR RENT On six-room cottige, with gas, eleetrls lights and bath. 116,00. One modera six-room tenement ia doable house on car line. Desirable. 1 17.00. One six-room tenement In double h.uae cen trally located. 1:0.00. Ona f oar-room tenement near Main Street. Central. 1 11. 00. Also several stores and offices ia various building!. BOYCE & ROBINSON, - Real Estata Brokers TO RKNT Six rooms, lower Bat. No. 17 Fonylh Place. Vacant after Mov. 1st. Ker at SI Weat Street. K. L. Smith. ldilf FOR KENT Good atore suitable for meat ndgi.c-iy business, on Rout'i Main street. Hurra. Kearlr new miuaing ana excellent ten ement abavn ator. alio good stable. Will rent f.roalv $4.5-00 per moaih. Inquire .1 D. A. Ferry, Barre, Vt. 177tf TO KENT A lower teaement, with barn, for a small family, on the quarry road. Addrea Be l tl, K. r. U. iN. 4. 1771C TO RKNT Tenement for small family, an Central street. Call at 829 No. Alain eireet. 176tf FJH KENT S roam teaemeat. CO Granite treat. Apply t. C. Zanleoni. 176(f TO RENT At No. 17 Laurel atreet. a S-ro.m flat, 3rd Boor; hot water, aet tubs, eleetrlo lights, .to. Inquire ef E. L. Smttn, 21 West street, city. 174tf TO RKNT A part of store at 74 N.rth Main Btre.t. Wm. O. Martin. liiltf BTORB TO RKNT Apply t J. netti, Barre. Sangal- ltttf TO RF.NT Two modern atorea. N. JOT or 371 North Maiu 8rr.et. Also a tenement .a River Htreat. Inquire at John Cleary, 30 North Mala Street. DStf f RftNT AT REASONABLE TICK MS A few roams, well furaitfeed; all m.a.ra iaipr.v. an.ntai k.t and e.ld water, fcatu. Catalan Sl.ck, 17-j N.rth Mala Street H'Jtt HELP WANTED WAMKU Twenty men to work oa the on- errround on Wabinirton Street. Apply .a toegr.und. Vermont Telephone Co., 18tf Wamtkd A eod. canible rirl far een.ral outewjra. In a (mall family Inquire at the Tluiea office. ISJif WANTKD A man that can aharpea to.la and cut gnnira. Wages 13.50 per day. eUht hour. Cartwrlrht ftror. Granite Co., 369 Mon ro. Avenue, Detroit, Mien. USt2 WANTKD Goad, live maa to represent ut. Tear-arouad job. Fay all veil ean eara. C. B, Burr & Ca., Nurserymen, Manchester, Ona. - laeit" FOR BALK My tw. tenement h.uae an North Seminar. Btre.t. R.a:a for trj.oop.r month. Newly painted and la aooil repair. Dr. o, H. K.at. For particulars see Dr. C w. Steal., H.w and Building. 139tf FOR BALE OK RENT Black at 107 South Main Srret. Store, teaemeat, barn and ebeia. Bonier Fltta. 1-9 f M0NTPELIER. Wear HUB RUBBERS next winter APPLES JOR SALE Good Apples from $1 to $2 per barrel, purchasers t fur nish barrels and pick applet. SKEPARD FARM, - Granileiille Commence picking Oct. 22.luT '4 'hic . . when I tci vou at Gettrsbt Correspondence Between Veterans. Washington, Oct. 24, 1912. Mr. Editor: Please give to the public enclosed let ter, which I have given copy, to make easier for the tvpeman. Most respectfully. P. C. J. Cheney. P. fv Dr. Edson took me off the bat tlefield when I was wounded. P. C. .1. C "38 Elm Hill Ave., Roxburr. Mass., "Oct." 22, 1912. "My dear f'hener: "Thank you for the ropy of Barre Tims. and the kind remembrance which it signifies. "I was glad to see this correction, regarding Genl. Tompkins, because I have often wished to write him about the regiment of Vermont ravtlrr, which he used to say he would organize after tbe war wis done. After all the high est satisfaction is in knowing that you are holding tip to your declaration that you would Ceht your 'asthma' to a finish cure. I hope you raa rerwrt progress. You ought to, for you are parrying, the same undaunted 'courage with which tou rode to every encoun- to me. School Board Want City to Appropriate $12,000 More for Schoolhouse. The city council held a special meeting yesterday afternoon and voted to call a special city meeting Friday evening. November 8, to see if the voters would appropriate 12,000 additional for the erection of the new high school building, to enable the arhool board to construct a rear wing witn an auaitornim ami gymnasium. This meeting will he held the next evening after one railed to see if the voters will instruct the city council to raise money to cover a defi ciency in the treasury of over $7,000. Montpelier high school and Edmunds high of Burlington met in a football game on the seminary campus yesterday, the former winning, 21 to 0. Several merchant met last night and considered the advisability of forming merchants' protective association, and FOR BALI A aew k.aas jail awatpleted, altaatad In a roiil.atlal aor tie a af the city, .a N.la.a Street Beat af bin h n.lia with bar.- we'd flo.ra. SUara beat, bath, hat aad ..IS water, a.t tuaa and aieotrla lit at. It la a th.r.aekly bail! honae. Back platter. It It l.raied oa a lair ut aad .a dry a.li, witiila two mlnntee' walk of tfe. car Ilea. Tkia ta aa Ideal pr.po.IMoa for aa. wanting a a.m. on eaty tarma. Starry C r.ttertoa. Stmf W'ANl ED Haahlnlst wnly saber. Ir.dut. triou man ne.il apply. First-claaa job fur tb rlrhi man. Apply ta the t'rtthrcy-L.r k.ndll Campaay. 187 if W A SITED Two roan to wore on farm. Mutt be so.d milkers. Good wages for good help. II. H. Martin, Vrtlliaastewa, Vt 17tf WANTED WANTED A nla.a to w.rk Or the hour ar day. Addr.aa "D." etr. of Tlmea affloe. Is9t2 FARM WAN TED Want t. bay a farm : w.uld prefer oa. around 1'iainneld, ar Barre C J. Abbiatl. FUiaOeld, Vt l7t OLD ESTABLISH ED ROUSE d.aliog in beit line of gooda on tba market, hat decided t. eaend eaorm.ua sums to advertitlnc: will require tbe services of brifht eapaale maa ar woman in every eity and town la the IT. 8. The wark la bealtbtul aad remnneratlve. Rxprl ence nnaecestary. Mutt be abla to furniak titltfactorv references. BeaidM paying good alary we offr f S.OiQ ia arlxea t. trios, doiag the meet auceeMfnl work, up ta January L Wilt us at once, (lvme aga ana rat.ren.at. Address H. I. Smith. Advertising Mgr., Dept p.. 61 -a Bread, Boata, Mate. WANTED Atonca: eleven flr.t-.last granite auttart on mnnumeatal and vault work. Our plaat la equipped with all medera healthful d.tices, which laoludea watar Da abler, and tanltary lavatory Inside tba building. It it the warmeac abop in the state la tba winter aad co. it In tba aunmer. No last time. Cross Brother. Co- Northfleld. Vt 17Jtf PERSONAL Telephone 321. Mrs. M. McCebe. 534 West 4!th street. New York City. aya that her daughter was cured of bronchitis by Father John's Medicine. G. D. Welch. 734 Mh street. N. V Washington, D. C, aavs: "I gamed nine teen founds tsking Fsther John's Medi cine. It built me tin. In a recent letter. R. H. Lwia of Olov- ersrilie. X. Y.. states that be was cured ysburz how csf consumption fcr Fsther John a Medi- few vre the chances of your rttrwjt cine. Advt. WANTED Old geete feather bad a The beat fash price paid. Address C. F. Dtesint.n U.aeral Dellv.ry. Barra, Vu lSf.tS.1 WANTED Ta bay a email farm tnitakl. for paaltry. Lai.h cait la Barra city given In ax chaag.; altaatad an North Main etreet oepo; an. Fa aoa uararx fuliy qaipped; a.wly pal.t.d; d.lng a good basinets. W.uin pir tlr?etBCe lv plac in cod Iocs 1 1 to. Call at ta. eart mt ad Ureas G L. tin a toon, awner 74 rearl atract. Bane, Vt 1S.1U WANTKD Dead bora. . tike away la Barra, Moarp.it'. W ertri!l, Oraaitavtd and F.tat Barra. F. k. Bailey. Ial.pn... .all, 36-W. itrmai TO RENT The old Fir. tat to. bonding aa Blatkw.ll Street. This bulldlnr la wtli tailed for tiore purpnttt. Apply t. William Brown, W. H. Ward. Doaald MeLeod, l'roperty Com mittee f City of Barra. ISitt !iaai A LOST AND FOUND I.OST Sunday after. o.n. a pappy dog (bea gle) a boo l aix months .lu, aiara wita yellow tp.ta. Collar wlio iaitiala "B B I." Reward by briaglag it ar aoufy, at No. 410 North Main Streak ia7u SOARD AND ROOMS WANTED Bstriisri at the H.tel Out. ' y th. waa ar by tea day. lACif NEWLY FCBNISHEi ROOM TO RENT With or wlihaal board. AH mHlera oaa leacte;ai 30 Avvrui atreet t ail avtainga. Tri- prta. atr ADVERTISE YOTJIt WANTS IX THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS CHI-NAMEL WALL TONE A sanitary, non-absorbent, vrashable, dull Enamel for w alls, crilinjsand wood work. For Sale By ALICE V. BECKLEY, lueresttrte G. A. Wllklaeon X t. ItLll-ll 43 K.rth Mala Straat