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THE UAKIIE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., MOXDAY, DECEMHER SO, 191S.
Closing Out Sale of SECOND HAND RANGES and Heaters. Call and get prices. All guaran teed to work. Stove pipe and elbows; Coal Sifters. E. A. PRJNDLE'S - - Depot Square Drivei OS a Terror. The chief executioner of (loath In tlio winter and spring mouth i pneumonia. It advance agents are cold and grip. In any attack by ona of these maladies, no tiiiia should be lost in taking the bent medicine obtainable to drive, it o(T Counties thousands have found this to te Dr. King's New Discovery. "My hus band believes it has kept him from hav ing pneumonia three or four times," writes Mrs. Georgo V, I'luce, Rawson ville, Vt., "and for couch, colds anil croup we have never found it equal." Ouaranteed for all bronchial alTectlons, l"riee fill cents and 81.00. Trial bottle at the Kcd Cross l'hannacy. Advt. BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT. M.D.& Veterinary Physician ajid Surjeoi Itti'u.i. Ckici.i titer ipary Col!ii N. E.Tlepbae,Ml-ll . Ale lb People' Lin Office and Hospital. South Barrk Absolntoly Safe EWrlo Wiring We are now using New Steel Armored Wires, which are nut only cheaper W Install but better for Ihe following reasons : Inspected, spjirovetl and passed ly Fire In surance Hoard. lmpoihility of erson tampering with wires. Nailproof, waterproof , fireproof aud foolproof. No snllces under floors, lint In boxes and easy of access to authorited persons, l abor In Installation reduced twenty pr cent. Will b pleased to give estimates on unsworn. CARL C. PERKINS, Klbotbicai. Coxtbactob SALE ! AUCTION At 2 and 7 Every day this week I At Hale's Auction Rooms! ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest rots' Dif ferent Sections. Xiiicteen-ycar-oltl Raymond Morse of Rutland was fined fill and costs in city court Friday for reckless driving. Patrick Do vie of ltrattlcboro is out on $.)()0 bail, charged with furnishing intoxicating liquor. J Set ore lie realized that the minimum fide was 8300 he pleaded guilty, but after obtaining coun sel he pleaded not guilty. John F. Robinson, road commissioner of the town of Shaftribury, wa awarded the $150 gold watch ottered last spring by J. JI. Wilbur of Manchester, to '.he road commissioner in Bennington county who made the best record for the seA-nm just closed. Mr. itohirison had 17 mile of roadway to cara for and only $1,5.28 was available for the work. 7 DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAS Offica In room IS. Miles building. Office fcours. t a. at. to It a, and ltSO te 4 p. m, Monday. Toesday, Thunday aad Friday. iepuon wbukh, M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calla answered promptly day or night. An rp-to-date ambulance in connection. EAST BAKRE. VT. Telephone 229-11. MERCHANT TAILORING Ala Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS, 122 North Mais St," Barre, Tt the heart of Boston Convenient to stores, theatre and all points of interest FmestDmingService ft Prices Reasonable JjRoom from $1.00 upwards -T. a V Tr AiiJ RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music lor all occasions. Lstcfit and most pwpulaa music Telephone ,. . . 842-21 From 12 to 15 acres of land about one and one-half mile from the city near the Douglas Roben farm; one acre of tillage, balance woodland; estimated 300 to 500 run wood; land lays well. A good piece of land to buy and make a dollar on. Price low for immediate sale. The D. A. Terry Real Estate Agency, Barre, Vt. BIDS WANTED FOR PRINTING THE ANNUAL CITY REPORT Three Generations Have Passed Since the Discovery of 4 DOWNS' ELIXIR for coughs, cold and lung troubles, but thousands remain to tell me story oi its wonderful cures. Sold everywhere. output now 800,000 weekly. By far the largest selling brand of 10c cigars in the world, Factory, Manchester, X. H. H. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator City and farm property. Timber land. Coarry land. Baildiag lots. Tenements Jerrent. Commissions reasonable. Rooms 4 aa 5. Mil.s Blook Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont A MESSAGE FOR YOU has arrived; helping: advice on how to buy the best elect rical supplies at a Very small cost. The Barre Electric Co. sells irons, stoves, electrical lamps, of every description and, in fact, everything modern science has given us to be op erated by electricity can be had her at very small cost. Barre Electric Co., 135 North Maia Street. Wheelack Hack, Telepbea 98-W The city of Barre, Vt., by its printing committee, will receive sealed bids for printing the annual city report for the year 1912, said report to contain about 250 page, more or less; the size of the pages to be 84 inches by 54 inches. and the size of the printed page to be ix incites. Ihe type to be used to be 10-point solid and 8-point solid. One thousand and fifty copies. of the report will be required, 75 of which shall be bound in cloth, and lettered in jrilt as required; and the balance, namely, uo copies, shall be bound in paper cov er; 500 of the paper-covered copies of the report must be delivered on or before February 10, 1913, and the balance of the paper-covered copies of the report must be delivered on or before February 24, 1913, and the clothbound copies on or before. March 1, 1913. Ail of the copy for the report will be furnished by the city bv February 1, 1913. .' Samples of the style of binding and lettering and the amount of lettering for the bound copies may be seen at the city clerk's office. All bids should be made at so much per page for the 1,050 .copies required and shall set forth the price per copy for the bound copies, including the let tering. . .Samples of the paper, paper covers and cloth binding to be used must ac company each bid, and all bids must conform strictly to the above specifica tions or they will not be considered. The committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Bids will be received . at the eitv clerk's otiice, Barre, Vt., up to Tuesday. January 7, 1913, at 7 o'clock p. m., and should be plainly marked, ' Uida for i'nntmg the l;ity Jieport. Dated at t!.e city of Barre, Vt., this 23d day of December, 1912. lXJXALD MeLEOD, DAVID DAWSO.V; A. M. ROSSI, Printing Committee. David Crawford was fatally injured at Red Mills, in the town of Woodford, Tuesday and died Thursday without re gaining consciousness. Air. Crawford wa employed on a lumber job and as he was fulling a tree it struck him, pinning him to the ground and breaking sis rib, as well as injuring him internally, ile was forty-live years old and leaves a wife and five children. YOUR GROCER SELLS Stickney & Poor's Mustard Tell him nothing else will suit you. .' The Burlington corps of the Salva tion Army supplied Christina dinners for 450 people, (18 baskets being . dis tributed. Included in the" provisions were: Potatoes, six bushels; turnips, four uushels; onions, 200 pounds; roast pork, 22.3 pounds; jelly, 6(1 tumblers; pies, 50; bread, 117 loaves; sugar, 00 pounds; tea, 17 pounds; coffee, five pounds. VIEWING STATE CAPITOL. Delegation of Vermont Legislators In Concord, N. H., Saturday. Concord, X. II., Dec. 30. A committee of the Vermont legislature, composed of Senators James K. Butcheliler of Arling ton, II. K. Darling of IheW, and Rep resentative IIj O. Ryder of Bellows Falls, came to Concord, Friday evening, and passed (Saturday in looking over the remodeled ew. JluxnpsUire, state cnpitol, . The committee is acting -under . au thority of a resolution pusseu by the legislature, and the investigation is for the purpose of providing more room for state purposes in the state capitol in Mont pel ier. Before coming to Concord the com mittee visited Barre and got figures on the cost of granite to be used in en larging the structure. FOUR LINES FOR 23 CENTS The Times will publish Wants. Lost snd Found, For Sale. To Let, etc. short advertisements at the rta of four " for twentv-flv cents for the flrM Inser tion! snd five cents for each subsequent Insertion, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOBBAI.K A two.Un.otnt hou with barn; running water, three and one.aalf aoree ... ttiti.-l-a flflv mil from th stalion. Charles hard. !-te FOR SALE Nice house and harni alia four building lots, All JoiuoU toother would wait a splendid hen farm. Mituatad oa slnntpeller Haad. Also on ill oat. W. jr. Hbepaid, Ad ministrator, Barre, Vu 3itf . ...... ... .u UV.,U.kl.,W . - . ... lUi, Iiaii.a In I ha 41 tv of K-iri. A ISO for sale, top huuty, .urrev, harness, ami a one row buitar obnrn. Louis Ueliiwls, S lutl Hi., t. . ti. aiAtr H.IIU 1 . I WILL hslpsnyon t locate on noTernnient Land In Arizona. I have m of the boot land In tn- maw, and will i Informa tion, ii. J. 5oto, Lao Angola., (.aillornia. General Oillvary. (-.611 THE BEAN TRTJST DISSOLVED. Horace W. Bailey of Rutland has just sold to a Manchester, A. II., man du plicate copies of his famous collection of books and pamphlets having to do with the (.recti Mountain state. Men whose hobby is rare books consider Mr, Bailey's the finest lot of Vermont pub lications extant. lie ha in hi col lection about 123 bound volumes of pamphlets, besides hundreds of books, The set which went to the Manchester man brought $300. NOTICE ' All feed and grain sold from my store after this date (Dec 9, 1912) CASH. - All bills unpaid after Jan, 1st, will be placed in the hands of a collector. F. E. BAGLEY. WeatTopsham, Vt, Dec 9. Fire Insurance You may be next. Don't wait and be sorry. Insure ; nW and be safe. Rates on Dwellings and Household Furniture in Dwellings in Residential Districts: . t $500, five years - $4.75 $1000, five years, $7.50 Insure with Eallard Strong Companies Money Sure Payment Prompt, ! JEWELRY Jsg I I When YOU want a piece of ! artistic, guaranteed quality I Jewelry, come in and see our j splendid display. O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler. for zoo Mala St Sol Agency I "Boston American" la Bans. a NOTICE Don't Abuse Your Eyes The eye is the window of the soul. Beware how you use it and how you abuse it. If you have any eye trouble don't fail to consult the ex pert eyesight specialist. Dr. C. H. Magoon Optometrist and Optician CAST BARRE VERMONT Mail me a card and I will call on you. The Rutland Business Men's associa tion has recently been reorganized on broader lines. Jt was at first a protec tive association for merchants. The as sociation has now adopted a revised con stitution which provides the protective feature for those who desire it, but alio invito the membership of "non-resi dent, professional men, banking con cerns, and concerns doing a wholesale business exclusively." Performing the varied functions of a board of trade, tlia association, to quote the constitution, will "establish a body of recognized au thority to deal with subjects of interest to the business men of Rutland and to the general public." WHEB A MAN'S SICK. That's the Time a Woman Doe the Boss Act to Perfection. Wben a woman has charge of a sick man she feels as important as tbe mar shal of the day at a country Fourth of July celebration, and however atnlablij California Growers Will Reorganize On a Co-operative Basis. Oxnard, Calif., Dec. 30. The lima bean growers' association, sometime called the "bean trust," went out of existence Saturday, At a meeting of the stock holders, which include practically all of the bean growers in Ventura county, the association was dissolved. It was announced that the growers would re organize on a co-operative basis. The so-called "bean trust" was organized three years ago and virtually controlled the price of that commodity. roK S A LIC A splendid lar(, wnl homo In tha boot ra.ldoiiUal motion of too our, near school, oa rsr Una, within 10 mlnots.' walK of at fltoa. Wall built, a t mojora eonvon boos. lawn, cardan, baa houo Lot 1(0 fax square. Can he seen an? d from to S r. M. at JO fattaroon straot. Telapuoao SM-lt. . J74tf FOR SALE. A HOKHK, hl'tHJV, AND latl HAHNK&S Kofi HALK Apply to Krnesl Bali, I'paer (iraa liovilie. maw. i 'i roit BALK Now Cortland alelgb, In fla condition. Call on A. H, Uiaham or H. K Suitor, Ursnliovillo, Vu , SNIM If OK BALK-Soooad-hand drlla ololgll at MoLeod' blaikoiuito Shun, homluarv btiaet, Uarra. lt DA VKM'KKK Otilraa oocaolone par chl dumera l.rurare arauiio por cunto sua, d voore suhitoa boon arrtio tuttoll ao'oo.a'li, par lavorar t-i uouuul dingers!. L. Tamo, llailroad Biroofc 40tS- ruu HALK Heail rahhli dor, sit yo.ro obi, larg also ana a coon ou. rrice rutin. 8. U Lutio, Uraniuville, Vt. Stf Announcement; Hand made BROOMS for sal. Furni ture repaired and painted.. Chairs re caned. Work called for and delivered at any part of the city, GEORGE T. DURKEE Shop rear 213 South Main Street, City. IS VKNDITA Un scelto Lot dl tereno sit- into distaute cluque uiinutl ilaila I'usta dl Marra. I er Informations rirolceterl alia Costa, il tala I'aul Leavltt. . 331tf BOILER BLOWS UP. Three White Men and Five Negroes Are Killed. Hamlet, X. C. Dec. 30. Three white men and Ave negroes were killed and sev eral negroes are missing as the result of the explosion of a boiler at the shops of the Seaboard Air Line railroad at Ham let, N. C, Saturday. The dead includ- C. D. Utter, general foreman; W. T. Utter, assistant foreman; H.C.Reynolds, electrician, all white. Ihe explosion was caused by turning water into a boiler while it was hot. Ihe wall of the. en gine room were demolished and the roof blown off the machine shop. Let the Other Fellow Pay JheRent W have a proposition which should Interest me rent-tireu inaiviuuai. nmn iour min utes walk of the po.t iflire, churches and busi ness section. An eleven-room house; Ihe lower tenement contains six rounis arranged for owner to occupy; equipped with electrio lichts, hot watr ami ddiu. imup-iwin ten ement contaius Ave rooms and reuts for SU.ou per month. 'Ibis is An attractive proposition to purchaaei occupy one tenement and rent the other, or makea a good investment, 'ihe lot is large, affording- plenty of garden for two tenements. A spring; of water goe with the Dlace. Better look this ud at once. 23'i No. Sl!. r'arm of 100 acres located within tea minutes' walk from the electro ear line be tween Marre ami Montpelier, three miles rrom cither city; will carry ten cows snd team. Vary pleasantly situated: good buildinits. Will be sold with stock, nearly new farming tools and a large amount of fodder. Just the place ton have been lookinir for. lnoulreot tbe U. A. rerrr Krai Kstate A cone v. 232 Ask for our Farm Catalogue) THREATEN TO RESIGN. Chicago Police and Firemen Aghast at Impending Cut in Pay. Chicago, Dee. 30. Fourteen hundred policemen and several hundred firemen threaten to resign at Chicago within a few weeks a a result of the expected 20 per cent reduction in salaries oi all city employes for at least the first six months of 1!U3, made necessary by lack of funds in the city treasury. ANNUAL MEETING. The stockholders of the National Bank of Barre arc hereby notified that their she may be at other times she is very;nnual meeting for the election of di "bossy" when she baa medicine to give ct?n and the transaction Of any other man or lotions to put on him. Ifbit)lBm .; h(, hpiH their hanki City Bakery You can't win a race with a truck horse entered with high class blooded horses and you can't make good bread with cheap materials. Quality and Cleanliness is paramonnt with us. Get acquainted with our products. Phone, or better still, give us a call. wants a drluk of water she expresses tbe opinion that he is drinking too much and remembers that ber Aunt Harriet's husband once drank a great deal wben be was sick and had convul sions. If the sick man becomes impatient and says tbe medicine is doing no good the reminds him curtly that "time" is room on Tuesday, the 1 4th day of Jan uary, at I0 o clock a. m. T. H. CAVE, JR., Secretary. ' Barre, Vt., Dec. 20, 1 91 2, ANNUAL MEETING. The Btockholdem of the Barre Saving necessary. She has even been known flor) t. ,., ' ,,, , iha . ,i i.. i .. . i. . -i i .. .i , . . . : e m uiji mtu suv fiuaBitB uu u "" 4.ie,tion of directors and the transaction Rome was not built lu a day. The aif.0f any other business that may legally of wisdom with which she examines ; come before them, will be held at their the doctor books convinces the sick i banking rooms on Tuesday, the 14th man that, however intelligent bis med- day of January next, at 2 o'clock p. m. Tha 0. A. Firry Rial Estati Agincy BARRE, VERMONT ran SALS My twa-tenoment hens on fiorth aemlaarr surest. K.a:i i.ir irimpT aaath. Nwly Dalntea and la coml repair. Dr. - H. Koat. for Darticulars sea Dr. 0. W. Steele. Hew and Bulldlnc. 13Vtf HELP WANTED BA1.KRM1CN' TO SELL KKW EDUCATIONAL stieeialtr lo.chooi hoards. Exclusive urrttorr No competition. Llb-ral proposition. Lniua Srhool Furnishing Company, lUSt West Van Bureo Street, Chle.co. ;43tl WANTED TO HIKE A man to work la mill sad box ohon. eto. far SU.U0 and bouse rent. inx J. cm p. Kanasipn center, it nasiaeno between A'urth aad Last luadolpb. i(43tl WANTED A good, capable girl for g.noral bouaewerk. Apply to Its Seuth Alaiit Stro.i. Mrs. W. A. Bradlord. 24itf WANTKD Men l work In woods. George May, MarMifield. Apply to WASTKD Capable woman for general work In a boarding houte. Apply to A re. D. t'ratt, WelMtorTille, vt. leiepuuu ws-s. xtitj WAKTKD Young man far general work in tore. Matt be serene ana willing to wars. Will be expected to care for boraoa and one cow. ABP.y oy letter wui reierences to a dress "L," Times affloe. Mitt MKN WANTKD to learn theantomoliil busl- oeso; 10 i driving snd rt-palring. Mend stamp for partliuiars. new fcsciaou Auto bcuooi. ti Church Streei, Bootoa. SiVVii XOK BALE One luo-bero looomotlv typo portable boiler; alio on Nagl 1'ixlSoentee crank anglaa In the best ef repair, as gooi a new; alao ona Joy American double adcar (now), wnb U-inchsawoj also pulley, of various Ir.s; alto ohaf liar- and belting from lilaabe wide dow to inchea wide, both leather and rubber. Telepboa 4! 1-2, llarre, Vt. UOmol roa SALE Child's otolith In goed oondltioa. Inquire at Kendrick's drug store. ai7tf FOK BALK Now milott eow. also a few bor.ee Butchering dona. Apply lo C E. Wil ier, booth nd, Hotel Stable. SOltf HAY A few tons of good Horse Hay for sale A. W. ALLEN : Averill Mills SLEIGHS Good values in new snd second " hand Sleighs and in Driving: and Work Harness A. W. Allen, Averill Mills TO RENT TO BENT A tenement at S3 Hrook Street: newly repaired and with modern convenience. Apply te Mrs. A. 8. D.x. 2Uii TO RENT Sew op-to date warm six-room ' tenement, with big garden. Inquire ot Mr. ilrcxan, ?U Brook htroet. . , 4.'tt TO RKNT Bbd room far one or two canrs. Plenty of eomnreioed air for surfacert and small tools, foiisblng mill If wantt-d. Favor al io proposition for tbe wluter. W. A. Lane, Burnliaui'o Meadow. L'4'Jtlil TO RKNT Tenemeat in the Prenek Block. over Buyea's store, suitable lor taking roomers. auoimaii tnenieni en n.rroaa eiroeb Apply a (Ifofite A. Reed at Cliy Knitlaeer's offloe. or al M Oraaga Street. V4Uf FOR RKNT Nl-! dnwn-stairs tenement for a small family at !4 Brook btreet, known a the Alerts bouse. Key at D. MrLeod'i, 4 Long Street. Alio a large front room lor office er eiun roam in tha old -city bullaieg. Apply te ''ropertv Commitcee. City ot Barre. Vt. Wm. brown, Wm, Ward, Donald McLeod. V4lt 20ARD AND ROOMS leal adviser mn"have been, after bis recovery be will !e Informed that he would have been sick much longer had she not used her homemndo lotions. Whatever she does at night the doctor will agree in tbe morning that it was very good. The sleepiest woman in the world MARY J. Barre, Vt., Dec. 20, 1912. WRIGHT, , Secretary. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockholders of tba Granite Bavinga Bank and Trust Com pany will be held at the banking rooms of Will Stay up Mil night cheerfully if Sh .aid bank In the city of Barre, Vermont, on Can get a chance to doctor somebody, Monday, January S. IBIS, at 10 o'clock a. m., and if a man baa medicine to take at j 'or h election of directors for the nuing an unusual hour he will get it if there i Jr " ' trancUon of any other Is a woman around. Ed Howe in To RKNT A goad warm roam wltb modern Impravetuitnt. can be f-ued at 81 Kim htreot. Uentiemun preierrea. nn. iBirirn a oinno. kiotf TO RENT Tenement at 4 t-2 Fess Street. Seven roams, all up to data. Apply to Geerge Mann, 64 Wellington Street, city. - 41tf TO RENT Tenemental 54 Wallincten Street. Best la the city. Four rooma or mora. Alt modern Improvements, such as electrio lights and ga. Apply ta Oeorgs W. Mans, 04 Wei- iltgton street, city. V4!tl TO RKNT T aement at SO Merchant Streei AH the latest improvements. Apply 1 Genre Mann, M Wollimiton Street, city. 241tf TO RENT Cottage home of seven rooms at 71 Warr- n Street, oo ner of Warren and Mar cbant streets. Kent 1 10.00 per month Call oa G. K. Bond, it East Street, or telephone S4 - WOtf TO RENTTwo reoms. steam brat, and Bv reora. (.11 canaactinc . Coo I.I l mm as ima l lenemeac lnuuir uf O H. Halo, ftsotf to RENT Furnished rmi ta rent. All adern oor-venleiiee. u. if. iraager, no. as Summer Street, Telephan 74-1. NKWLY FUaNlSMED KOOUS TO KKNT With or wl bent Hoard. All madara anavea- uaaaaiat io Averiii atreel Call ey.uinr. Tel un.ee -UM-J. '.istf WANTED WANTED, TO BUT A fond ttrivinr horse. yonng. sound snd sire; weutbt not tst than 1010 pound. Anions bavinii tuehaborae, drop a lias and state price. Addre.e "A. ears of Tlmea offica. 243. American Magazine. Light of the Stars. The light of the stars baa been meas ured and the following results have been obtnined: The light that we re ceiws from stars of the first magnitude, like Vega, is eual approximately to a forty-thousand-mlllionth part of that oi business that may properly come before said meeting. H. G. WOODRUFF. Secretary. Barre, Vermont, Dec. 16, 1912. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Granite Mutual Insurance Company for election of directors and traniaction of any other legal business till hi. told at Ih.lr In tk. lU.Uk the sun. It la calculated that the total block North Mb1i1 ,trMt eity of Barrei y light received from the lesser stars is equal to that of 3.000 stars of the first magnitude, or a sixth part of that which is sent to us from tbe moon. Classic "And are your daughters musical? I we ask. on Tuesday, January T, at 10 o'clock a. m. By order of tha directors, K. O. ROBINSON. Secretary. I'OS TION WANTED At unt Hwedlsh clrl Would like a pe.Ulen doing gsneral nouseworc. Call at J Boyataa BUe.t, ttiy. S42tv WANTKD To hoy a good seond-band type writer. Wbat have yon? CII at the office of J. (1 Orliriri. Roams and 6. Curriar Bui.dinc, 24 'tf WANTKD Family to rent farm house and beard luaa Who eirritm an la m. Ap y to the Baltimore Lunch boom, oaire, tar a.i tioui.r. . . , S41tf WANTKD n Old lady would llkeayermt nent boaiding p ace la an American lamiiy. Country preferred. Addieia 4i" ear ol Times offlc. Barre. 41t3 ANNUAL MEETING. FIRE Insurance Bates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies anJ five Mntuals Take toui choice. Call and investigate. Any competition fnet in comprtiea that have had an experience of from 23 to 100 yeara. I ZMt 3. W. DILLON, 4 BUte Block. Barra, ft 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 Montpelier al 8 a. in. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, arriving in Boston at 4:45 p. m. LOCAL TRAIN leave Bs rre at 12:2.'? p. m. and Montpelier at 1:10 p. in. DAILY llXCLTT SUNDAY, arriving in Bostoa at 8 j. m. rULLMAN SLEEPING CAR leaves Barre at :30 p. m. and Mont pelier at 13 p. tn. DAILY, arriving in Boston at 7:50 a. m. THROUGH COACH leave Boston DAILY EXCEIT SUNDAY at 10 a. m, arriving in Montpelier at 5:06 p. tn. and Barre at 6:32 p. in. m.LMAN SLFLPINO CAR leaves Boatoai DAILY at :31 p. m, arriving in Montpelier at 7:30 a. m. and Barre at 8 a. tn. The annual meeting of the stotkhold- "I guess so," be replies rather Badly, ers of The Peonies National Bank of "One of 'em ctin sing things at the top Barre will be held at its banking rooms of ber voice so you can t understand ,n he ei,tv f.Barre- vh on Tuesday, a word, and the other can play th l"""rr..1-t 10 o clock a. m., for piano with change. ber bands crossed-" Ex Our Language. M. De Frame Yuu wind up ee clock to make him go? English Tutor Ex actly. M. De Prance Zen what for you wind np se beesiiiess ? To make It stop? Some Class. Gahe Tliey say be la a fine aftei dinner speaker. Steve Yea. be always aa.vn. -Walter, bring me me cuecKS." Cincinnati Enquirer. the election of directors for the ensti:nj year and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come, before the meeting. Dean P. Town, cashier. GRANGE. There will be a mquerade prome nade at the towa ball lueaday evening. Dwemlirr 31. iJood music will be fur nished by Downing' orchestra. E.ery bKly ia cordially invited. Ladies', plea bring cake. - Timber proposition; 300 am or more, within four miles of rail real; estimated .V0.rmi frt of spruce and Urge amount of hardwood. A bargain at f2J(1. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE Or MART ANN MRRRILU Tt. onderslgned, having been .p pointed by the Hnaoramo Frulmte Court for the IMetrlct of Wnitinrm. 4minta!oDero, to receive, ex amine aad adjust the elaimj and demand of all person against tba estate of Man Ana arnii. lata of ike City af erre la aald Die. ti. i, decraoed, and all claim exhibited In offset thereto, hervhy givo notice) tbal wa will aaeet for tne purpose aforeeaid, at tbe dwelling, bnuo ot Kmllf K. Co, by 1a fa 1t of Harre In ;d ft.Ulct, oa tbe .4th day of Jannarv and tbe ISta nay of Jnae neat, from oa o'ekick 1'. M. until f'Mir o'clock r. M.. on each of aaid da., aad that six aitho froia tha tstn rtr nr e raw. A. 1. ISir. la the llaae limited by said Cnart for aald creditor t preemt their claim an a for .iiaimun. and alk-wanaa. Iatd at aarre, tela j;th day of Deceaabsr. A. l. MU ALSS-RT C DtrKST, iCmami.. AkTHia T. BMIlM, j aaoaer., WANTKD TO BUT Tool table. Time ofliee. Inquire at Stf WANTED Dd hor.e. to take awy In Rarre, Moiupoiier. Wotervlll. Mranitaviila, and Kat Baire. F. K. Billoy. T'lepb,ins rail, Itli-W. . . ,46niJ ?0R SALE. SLKIOH FOR 8ALK Coru md -make and near y n-w. A String ot ball alaav C. W Martin, Barr Book Store. . " TENEMENT TO RENT At SI Eat Street t cottxge lii.u.e of seven rooms with all modern Imprnvamrnt. Call at S3 Eastern Avenue, ar telephone 'J45-M. IZiOtf DECEMBER 18, 1912 One tnodern Ore-room tenement on Keith Avenue, at I13.0O. ' one modern five-room tenement on Spaulding Street, at (13.0U. Near Washington Street: tenement of seven room; down stairs. 1'rice right. , Fir rooms, down stairs, with electrio lights And gas range, on Maple Avenue; at S12.U0. , One good six-room tenement on Hooker Ave nue, t100o. ...... One Ave -room tenement on Prospect Street Desirable; at S10.UI. On Hall Htreet: five rooms and shed. Oft" lights and range; hardwood floors and iprlng water., . desirable; at I12.U0. . BOTCE At HOBIWSOH' Real Estate Brokers Aldrlcb Block Barre. Vermont TO RENT A tenement at No. T Hill Street. Rawly painted and papered. S9.00 per moatn. Inquire r James Gow at livery slab;. Tele phone 4. M, city. SJJtf TO BENT Far rriU famUf i an ap-talr tea.ment of flvs room aad bath room, at 67 Era Street. Klectrlt Heat, narawroa nnisa, hot aad relet water. Apply to H, B. Heugbtan, 1 Kim Street. 23S.f Tn HUNT Tenement of fear room, and shed. Cenvenlenxe. gas stove, eto. Inquire at o. 1 Hill Street .M TO RENT December lOtb. a slx-roem tea- ement newly pap-red and piln'ed; gas, bard wood, noors, etc. inquire at axepie nu, city. v-"8tis TO XENT House and b.ra at '8 Merchant Street. Hp lug ! cliy water Oood garden and pla-a to keep poultry. Will be vaoaat eomer istn. yx si, ciara. lutat aiontaoiier. Vt. 'ieiepboaa JU-SL t.'Jtl Horses and Wood for Sale nr (even years old bay mar, weighing ahont P2S uiitind. Hi I mara I exn-piinnailv well bredf. being ircd by rank Bogaah e-r., n'ns S-4. One bay horse, about twelve tears old. and will wtiKh about lu'4 M,unds. t n pair young draft V. ..... u a .Ut!ii .K...I! 'Son Iwilliill. .i I rb er and good arivera. will ! sola arparatety or a a pair. Alao about fifty cord of dry hardwood slab and a few kundrrd tv.rd of dry ftwouo li,b. we dreire to sell tbi wood toon purchaser, and It can be bought at a low figure here it ia located a iMmt eight mile t n.m earra. A II rd the atfive-mmtmued protrty unit he tnld.sattt htr. dipierd of our ItimlVr inter, est in thl vicinity and must vacate our pres ent location. Oranga Lumber Co.. Orang. Vt. P. O. Addrrsa. Barrp, Vt. tiratige av 'Phona Tit Kf'T r-At.M.4tl ... a.mr fl.a S4ttf ' electrio dehta, lamtca keaL Kent reasooa'de for tbe srinur. Apply to fag Bros. , Jistf TO RENT Tenement at t Blaekwall Street Flva rooms; elcetrle lleht.; eitv w.tr. Ia qohe of Coanlidatd Lighting Co., Bewland Murk. Roi-m lu. liott IKNt-UKXT TO KENT A V 4 Fos Street; Applv lo OT0 Bin, M We.llngto Street e. , TENEMENT TO RENT On Wllloy Strat! ,linmv i.atc, electric lu bt. a id al mo-lera isBsrey-iaent.. ew k.moe Aloo one at IJ M-r- liaal Mtreet Apply te Geort.e ataan St i el. laiton Street, Butie. If.'tf IL! ! J. . LOST. AND FOUND MATERNITY iPtt.ad.ag. suil.ble for c.mp. IVtter look : ' I-o:Vr:. "i ( vvrr at oprv. ana I a. I my ia ir aeairaa. rt aa vasuaawawa aaai'arieea LAtat Agy-Bcy, iiarr L LOT A park's-boek eoatataiag ava eve- d- iar bill., a tsio dollar Mil. attMit a dollar la ll -r. aad a receipt sosde oat ta F. I artei e. tt Saturday. entber s-i tbe C t.tnla or .ia Mrrei, rvarre rtad--r please) leave at the litaee afSce aad racrlye ouileble resr.r A. 21 . FOL"D A Isdl-' pocket-look Jir ru hsve.a-uy by prvlar t,roprf and pariag far Una aavarSiseaaaas. I ai. cl.-taiag Ca. stlti TO RENT A dawa-'a'r teeemsat as North Main street. Apply at 4t North Mala Streea lSdlf ea Bocae.!, K. I. A. W RTOTICE TO LTJM BERN EXT Paelpa rs laorwrata bta al i mm W..h. TO RKNT At No. 17 Laaral eireet. a S-raesa Bat. Sr I d.nr; ket titir, aet tubs, alectrte lirht. eto. laiuiraat K L Smtta, St Wast aireef.clty. t.4tf TO BKNT Twa agodera atoraa. Ns. ffl or 371 Kaxtb Msia Street. Atee a tenement aa Rive ktrt-et. laalr ml Jatxu Clesxy, JrO North Mala fUftl ilitf raitxTtt svasoxailr t rr ms a raw roasn. are 1 1 farnMed; ail aaedera laipTsve Bianiai ket and raid watev, km la. la ! a 1 Bsaca, Iti Hmttm Maia Streak Met! MISCELLANEOUS. MME. ITOWE-Peveva-Pktsleal Fealieg, co.. ik.um.iii, ar-abltre aa-t ciun a. Re-ss l Ati-a 'e tti-vk. stsrre. t. Hears: u It a M j it.lr. M mm aa aT.er 4j-res-y ZMM tagaoa Streei aurtaf toe aoming wiaier. Utt SI. 1311. TelcpaenM 4 IS. tjetl