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TllK UAH HE DAILY TIMES, UAltHE, VT., FRIDAY, . FEBRUARY 7, 1013.
Go to E. A. Prindle's For Andes and Household Ranges. Plumbing and heat ing job work of all kinds. DEPOT SQUARE A CARD. Having loaned the repuir department of the Ferry Automobile Co. in rear of City hotel, I respectfully solicit any re jtair work you may wish done on your automobile. 1 make a specialty of win ter overhauling. AH work guarantee:. BEN C. HOWARD. NOTICE All feed and (train sold from my store after this date (Dee 9, 1912) CASH. All bills unpaid after Jan, 1st, will be placed In the hands of a collector. v F. K. BAG LEY. West Topsham, Vt., Dec. 9. BUSINESS CARDS ANDREW BJORN, PAINTER ' Having just completed my new ihop and warehouse at 29 Currier street, I am now prepared to do all kind of Carriage, Sign and Home Painting alio Paper Hanging. New Wall Paper (or 1913. Have your work lone early and set best of rvlce. TELEPHONE 208-11 MRS. F. C. TWISS DISTRICT NURSE Trained in Concord, N. H., "With Special Courses In Obstetrical Work U JEFFERSON BTKEET TELEPHONE t Ernest H. Bancroft, M. D. C. Veterinary Physiclac and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, 361-13 Alio O.e People's Lin ' OFFICE AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARRE ) At City Auction Rooms, Pearl Street j ! Second-hand goods f One large Stewart Heater, two good second-hand I Ranges, two good Refrigeraotrs, Beds, Mattresses, I and Springs, together with a lot of other goods. J I ENQUIRE AT HALE'S SPECIALTY STORE ABOUT THE STATE TIAFPENINGS OK INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS ABSOLUTELY SAFB ELECTRIC WIRING W are now using New Steel Armored Wires, which are not only cheaper to install, but better for the following reason: Inspected, approved and passed by Fur In- rd. person tampering- with iuranc Bonn Impossiblity of Wires. Ntiiproof, waterproof, fireproof and fool proof. No splicM under Poors, but in boxes and easy of acces to authorised persons. Labor in installation reduced 20 per cent Will be pleased to give estimates on this Work. CARL C. PERKINS. Electrical Contractor. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, Miles Building Office hours, f A. M. to 12 M. and 1 :30 to 4 P. M., Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection 'Oh! You Beautiful DoIF Take your trade marks for any of the Babbitt's Preparations to D. F. DAVIS, "THE DRUGGIST," and you will receive a Beautiful Imported Doll Free for 50 trade marks. See Our Window D. F. DAVIS, "The Druggist" 262 North Main Street Barre, Vt. Henry Myers, a feeble-minded man aged (13 years, wandered away from bib homo In Y'ergennes Tuesday evening and though diligent search for him has bean made, no trace has yet been found, W. X. Camion, a tramp railroad man, who has worked on many of the roads of the country, but whose home is un known, was killed late Saturday after noun near the South Townal station. (Jannon bad recently entered the emoloy of the Boston St Maine and was making his second trip. Tlio accident happened while Gannon train, an extra freight, had stopped at l'ownal to permit three other trains to pass. Every bone in t'.io man $ body was broken. A corporation to be known as r.he White River Dry Cleansing company has been organized at White Riwr Junction which Is to take over the. business now conducted by Fred Iieau fhainc, who is to be manager of the cor poration. The new company has a p'tid up capital oi a,MRi. i. Li. Leiiourveau is to be treasurer and there will be Ave directors. Among those interested lue X. P. Wheeler and L. A. ;ibbs of tni Junction house, James A. Stacey and It. L, Britton, lumberman. (Jarfield H. Mil ler and C. M. Buchanan. That Corn Is a Sure "Gone.," Now "GETS-IT," the New-Plan Corn Cure, Gets Any Corn Surely, Quickly. You'll say, "It does beat all how quick '( UTS-IT' got rid of that corn. It's almost magic!" "UKTS-1T" gets McGUIRK FOR MARSHAL. Mount Holly Democrat Announced His Candidacy Yesterday. Rutland, Feb. 7. -James 3. MeGuirk of Mount Holly, one of the best known Democrats in the state ana a worker for party success, is a candidate for United .States marshal for the dintrict of Vermont. Mr. MeGuirk has a host of friends in the Democratic organization and when seen by a Rutland Herald reporter said "Yes, I am a candidate for the of flee, but it is too early yet to talk about political positions. Air record a a Democrat and loyalty to the or ganization, my reputation as a business man and with ability to perform the duties of the office with credit, entitle me to consideration, and when the prop cr timo arrives I shall be present my claims lor tne position. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, VT. TELEPHONE 229-H MERCHANT TAILORING ; Also Cleaning, Press- T . ing and Repairing ' MOORE & OWENS 122 North Main Street Barre, Vermont RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE 342-21 And ion Sale of , Three Generations Have Passed Bine the Discovery of - DOWNS' ELIXIR for coughs, colds and lung troubles, but thousands remain to tell the story of its wonderful cures. Bold everywhere. output now S00,000 weekly. By far the largest selling brand of 10c cigars in the world. Factory, Manchester, N. H. Fire Insurance You may be next. Don't wait and be sorry. Insure now and be safe. Rates on dwellings and household furniture in dwellings in residential district: $500, five years $4.75 $1,000, five years.... 7.50 Insure witn Ballard Strong Companies Mon ey surePayment prompt Quarry Property! As receiver of the properties of the Empire Granite A Quarry Company, lo cated near East Barre, Vermont, I will sell to whomsoever will bid the most and will comply wtih the terms and conditions of sale, all of the interests and all of the equity of redemption in the following property, belonging to the said Empire Granite & Quarry Company, provided that at such sale a price for said equity of redemption can be secured in excess of all liens, encumbrances on said property, including al mortgages, taxes and expenses of the receiver, all in accordance with decretal order signed by Chancellor E. L. Waterman at Mont pelier, Vermont, under date. of January 18, 1913. 1 SALE TO BE HELD ON Monday, February 10, 1913, beginning promptly at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the office of E. L. Scott, room 14, Howland building, city of Barre, Vermont. EXHIBITION All the property is now ready for examination and inspection and will be shown by the receiver upon application. THE PROPERTY consists of the "Carnes" quarry, otherwise called the Xorthfield Bank property, containing about three acres of land The "Henry Patten" quarry, so called, containing about eight acres of land. The "Chen ney" quarry, so called, containing about six and one-half acres of land, making a total of about seventeen and one-half acres, together with all buildings, der ricks, machinery and tools, etc., now on said premises belonging to the Empire Granite & Quarry Company. RAILROAD FACILITIES The Barre Railroad Company have extended their tracks to this property, and a siding is now under way into same. INQUIRIES All inquiries by mail, telephone, or otherwise, must be made at the office of Thomas IX. Cave, Jr. (receiver), Xo. 9 Howland building, Barre, Vermont. ' . . ENCUMBRANCES ON PROPERTY A list in detail of the encumbrances, including all mortgages, taxes and expenses of receiver, etc., on said property may be seen at the office of the receiver, Xo. 0 Howland building, Barre, Ver mont, upon application. TERMS AND CONDITIONS The purchaser of he equity of redemption of the above property must deposit with the receiver an approved check, or, satis factorily secure him with the amount of his bid, as soon as same is struck off. The purchaser of the equity of redemption will be given three days in which to examine title and must call for the deed within said time at the office of E. L. Scott, Esq., room 14, Howland building, Barre, Vermont, but a reasonable time is reserved in which to have deed properly prepared after purchaser has reported upon title. If the title is not good and cannot be made good' within a reasonable time, the purchaser will not be held in duty bound to accept the same, and his de posit money, if properly demanded, shall be refunded. This sale will be subject to be affirmed upon by petition of receiver to said chancellor. THOMAS II. CAVE. JR.. Receiver. E. L. SCOTT. H. W. SCOTT. Attorneys for Receiver. Who Will Claim Them? Letters uncalled for at the Barre pot office for the week ending February 0 were as tollows: Men: Raymond Ahline, Arthur Baker Orin Carpenter, Gilflllen 4 Chase, Frank A. Hatch, Mr. G. A. Kingston, Russell h. Lowroy, Hoot. Ritchie, Luigi kocsim W m. pear, i. Al. vvarren. Women: Mrs. Maggie L. Booth, Mis Ethel T. Bratstreel, 'Miss Maria fcrxkine Mr. Oscar Hansen, Mrs. llham Oneil Rose E. Reynolds, Miss JesKle Riddcll Mrs. Myrtie Stoddard, Ella M. Sullivan. GRANITEVILLE. Don't fail to visit F. D. Ladd & Co.'s new fish department when in Barre. " COLDS " Caused by Lowered Vital Re sistance What to Do for This. It is a well-knonw fact that when a person is run down, stomach out of or dur, or the system overloaded with waste matter, vital resistance is lowered and colds and coughs are easily contracted. The safest and surest method we know to overcome this condition is by taking our delicious cod liver and iron tonic, Vinol. In the most natural manner, Vi nol tones up the digestive organs, pro motes a hearty appetite, enriches the blood and creates strength for every organ in the body, and as a specific for chronic coughs, colds and bronchial trou bles Vinol is unexcelled. Mr. Albert Porter of Richmond Hill, L. I., says: "All winter I had a bad cold and a cough which I could not get rid of, and was badly run down besides. Vinol was the one remedy which cured my cough and made me well in every wav." Try a bottle of Vinol on our offer to return your money it it fails to help you. Red Cross Pharmacy, Burt U. Wells, Prop., Barre, Vt. I. fs. For rough scaly akin, try our Saxo Salve. We guarantee it. Advt. Hens Lay in Cold Weather i if they have the right food and nw rtnvA fM r,irt'riQr,lr T'hsa-! Je (XL C vaiCU AW vp. j aiivii; ao nothing better to feed at this season than Green Cut Bone and Meat. . If you will send your check or money order for $3.75 to C. S. Page. Hyde Park, Vt., he will ship you a 200-pound barrel, freight prepaid to your station. Never Could Do This Refer. "GETS-IT' Made Every Cam Vanish Lis. Mafic." every eorn, every time, as sure as the sun rises. It takes about two seconds to apply it. Corn pains stop, you forget the corn, the corn shrivels up, and it's gone! Every try anything like that? You never did. There's no more fussing With plasters that press on the corn, no more salves that take off the surround ing flesh, no more bandages. Xo more knives, hies or razors that make corns grow and cause danger of blood poison. "GETS-IT" is equally harmless to healthy or irritated Mesh. It "gets" every corn, wart, callous and bunion you've got. "GETS-IT" is sold at all druggists at 23 cents a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence 4 Co., Chicago. Sold in Barre by C. H. Kendrick & Co.. E. A. Drown. Advt. FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Bale, To Let, etc. short advor- tlsementa at the rat of tour line for twen. ty-tW sent for th flrat Insertion and flv rents lor each subsequent Insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. TOR SALE Th horn farm of th lat Edwin A. Spragu. consisting- of 25 acres, with comfortable and pleasantly located build Inns, good spring water, close to Brookflald vlllag. This farm mut b sold to s.tii. es tate. Stinley C. Wilton, administrator, Chel sea, Vt. 276tf GRANITE PLANT FOR SALE A good and well-equipped granite plant, in cluding all the modern machinery In Hood run ning order, good location for local monu mental work, and also good center for build ing work, being near Montreal. Railroad fa cilities of the very best in the country. Would sell at good conditions to right party. Ruason for selling, going into real estate business. Write for particulars. Address George C. Tremblay, Box 12, Iberville, F. VI. 274tlif YOUR LAST CHANCE to procure 820 acre or fin government land. Will locate you for fSQ.OO. lor particular address Mr. C. I'. Clifton, Lund. Utah. 26t26 BORDELEAU CHENEY. Bride Formerly Lived in Barre Will ' Reside in Worcester, Mass. The marriage of Ira Bordeleaii and Mrs. Cora Cheney, both of Worcester, Mass., took place Saturday evening, Jan. 25, at 8 o clock, in that city. Kev, Al. t. 1 uni son, pastor of the Adams square Baptist church, officiated at the service, which occurred at his home, 2H2 Lincoln street. The couple were attended by Mr, and Mrs. George Fowler. The bride wore a white satin gown, with lace garniture, and carried white bride roses. The bridesmaid wore white silk with over lace and carried white carnations, and her siter, Miss Laura Dailey, played the wedding march, isabelle IJailey was flower girl. After the ceremony was over, 'Mr. and Mrs, Bordeleau were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fowler and a wedding breakfact was served, which was largely attended. The gifts were numerous and consisted of cut glass and silver. Mr. and Mrs, SPECIAL PRICES ON NEW LISTINGS House on Beacon street, containing sis rooms ; large lot, affording good garden ; house is modern in every particular, neatea oy furnace : gas : electric lights, hot and cold water; bath. In fact, everything to make a house homelike and comfortable, for Inuneui' at sale has beeft priced to us $2,726. House located on Brooklyn street: contain Ins- eiirht rooms and hath : hot and cold water, etc. A very good house at moderate price and on reasonable terms, t'rice, i,7id.uu. Thomas street house: lot 1 77x166 feet. House i cottage style ; contains six rooms and bath; good, large garden. Frice, 1.67S.OO; reasonable terms. FOR SALE. FOR BALE A high grade of hay. Inquire of either Frank Lafayette, phone 214-13. or W. J. Clapp, phone 2161-W. 27lf FOR SALE Two good driving horses or would sxchang for eattl to beef. These horses belong to Wallace Mayville, Call on I'apin brothers, Ilarr. Vt. x7t3 FOR SALE About thirty tons pressed hay, three miles from Williamstown ; also few tons loose hay in Washington. . Stanley C. Wilson. Chelsea, Vermont. 276tf FOR SALE-Trucklng outfit. Including good workhorse, express wagon, pung. traverse. two harnesses and other equipment. Owner to leave city and will sell cheap. Apply C Corti, A. Tomaal block. K76t F'OR SALE Green eut bona and meat at 1 cent a pound. Grinding for private parties solicited at only 1 cent a pound. E. A. Carey, tel. 8116-11, barre, Vt. j7t FOR SALE A few ton of first-class hay. James Slora, Cutler's Corner. Tel 887-1. 27StS FOR SALE A horse; would exchange for cows. Inquire of John Doe, it. O., Washing ton, Vt. 272tl FOR SALE Havinsr nurchased a 1918 Cadil. lac. I now offer for sale mr 1W12 Cadillac car at a bargain price. Electric automatic crank. ' ing, and lighting device in fact, up to th , minute In every detail. This car is as good a new and guaranteed perfect in every way and is a bargain. 11. iA. tatsman. 268tf Modern house on th rnrlin between Barre and Montpelier; has eight rooms, fireplaces, furnace, electric hunts, etc. la finished in natural wood. There are four acres of land and good spring of water deeded with the place. Can be bought for si.uoo.uu less tnan It cost to erect th buildings. Price for imme diate sale, 12,676.00. better snap this up be fore someone else doe. No. 648. Farm containing 60 acres of good land ; located flv mile from Montpelier on the main road to Worcester. House contain seven rooms and bath ; fireplaces ; heated by furnace; finished in hard wood; good, modern barn ; estimated 1,000 cords of wood. Plenty of lumber for farm. Land la very productive. This place can be purchased at this time for less than It cost to erect the buildings, f rice, 13,376.00. Timber land proposition, located within four mile of Barre City, probably 300,000 feet of oft wood, mostly all old growth spruce and in the vicinity of 1,000 solid cords of hard wood. There are about 100 acre or land. For Immediate sale this can be bought for 11,800.00, or owner will sell the hardwood stumpag or the softwood stumpage, or both. Will be sold with a payment of $600.00 down ; balance as the timber is cut. For further particulars apply to the D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency, room 2 and t, Howland-Cav building, Barre, Vt. 270tf FOR SALE An eight-roam - cottage, al! modern conveniences, newly built. Apply to Boyc & Robinson. , . 259tf FOR SALE A splendid seven -room house at 8 School street : bathroom and all modern conveniences, furnace, electric light, spring water, garden, with fruit tree ; barn and ben- house and four lots of land. Call on A. C. Bianchi, St Summer street, Barre. 263 IN VENDITA Un sceltn Lot di tereno ait-' uato distante cinque minuti dalla Posts di riarre. Per Information rivolgetevi alia Posta, 11 tale Paul Leavitt. 231ti FOR SALE New milch cows; also a few horsos. Butchering done. Apply to C. E. Willey, South End Hotel Stables. 201tf SLEDS AND SLEIGHS ar generally considered good property in Vermont during the thirteen month of win ter, but this is a poor season to sell them. However, if you dare to take a chance on the snow, aa one of Vermont's sure crops, you can buy a sleigh, or pung. or sled AT A LOW PRICE from . A. W. ALLEN. Averill Mills A pair heavy sleds with brake good ones. A MAN WHO NEEDS A GASOLINE ENGINE or other Farm Machinery and who ha a good driving hone to exchange, can do busi ness with A. W. ALLEN, Averill Mills TO RENT. TO RENT Mutch house, so called, oa Maple avenue ; two tenements, up and down stairs. Apply to Alderman McLeod for key, or to Alderman Brown or Ward. 272t8 TO RENT Upstairs tenement. ( Second street, near Main ; low rent if taken Immedi ately ; spring water. Apply on premises, or to E. E. Parker, 59 Washington street. 28tf TENEMENTS TO RENT Steam heat, hot and cold water ; also 60 tons of hay for sale. A. Tomasi. Barre. Vt. ; farm telephone 307-23 ; residence telephone 177-3. 268tf TO RENT Five-room downstair tenement ' at 88 Maple avenue, with bath, gas range and electric lights. Inquire of C. L. Converse, 17 West street 266tf FOR SALE OR TO RENT New house on Bordeleau are now on their honeymoon laon street with every modern convenience, , x- , v.i. - i ii(..i i , , I Steam heat. Apply to H. C. Patterson. No. to .New ork and Montreal, P. Q., andj178 Washington street. Barr. 26tf when thev return will reside at 55 Paine street, orcester. Mass Mrs. Cheney formerly resided in Ba.re Norway's Sick Insurance. .Norway has a sick insurance Jaw which embraces all wage earners and public servants over 15 years of age whose veariy. earnings do not exewd 8322 if in the rural districts or $373 in the cities. The law provides that the employer shall pay a certain percent.1?:! tone-sixth) ot the premium, while he is held responsible for the whole but may deduct from the wages of the insured at the enu o the term for which the pre mium is paid the amount thus advanced Theoretically it is self insurance on toe contnbutive plan, while actually ii mounts to an extra tax upon the em ployer, as most employes stipulate when engaging their services that the insurance premium shall be paid in a.l ition to the wages. Auburn citizen, First Lawsuit at 92 Years. Klaas DeWitt, a near centenarian, has the unique experience of beinar the plaintiff in bis first lawsuit at the nge of 02 years. DeWitt has a civil suit against his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Van den Tuk, nd is seeking to recover ifHOO and a year's income on property which he al leges he and his daughter owned jointly. Mr, v an den Tak will attempt to prove 1. f . U 1 .. I. a e i . ivr jttiiirr jiihuo liei is fiit'seill, ui Ills in- rrcst in t'.is property. letroit Free ms. ORANGE. FIRE Insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable stock companies and five mutuals. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competi tion met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. J. W. DILLON I j aod 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt THE MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD WINTER TRAIN SCHEDULE Ef FECTIVE SEPTEMBER 30, If 12, BETWEEN BARRE, MONTPELIER AND BOSTON. THROUGH COACH leave Barre at 7:20 a. ra. and Montpelier at S a. m. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, arriving ia Boaton at 4:45 p. m. LOCAL TRAIN leave- Barre at 12:25 p. m. and Montpelier at 1:10 p. tn. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, arrivinf is Boto at p. ra. rULLMAV SLEEPING CAR leave Barre at :30 p. tn. and Mont pelier at 10 p. m. DAILY, arrivins; ia Boston at 7:30 a. m. THKOUGH COACH leaves Boston DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY at 10 a. m, arriving ia Montpelier at S:( p. tn. and Barr at 5:32 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR Vre Boeton DAILY t S:33 p. ra, smvirj in Moctrelier at 7:30 a. in. r,d Barr at 8 a. m. If this food Don't fail to visit F. D. Ladd A Co.'s new fish department when in Barre. FOR SALE Nice house and barn; also four building lot. All joined together would make a splendid hen farm. Situated on Montpelier road. Also on shost. W. . Shepard, ad ministrator. Barre, Vt 35tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Farm of 180 acres for a house in the city of Barre. Also for sale, top buggy, surrey, harness, and a one-cow butter churn. Louis DeBloi. 8 Laurel street. Barre. Vt. 235tf FOR SALE My two-tenement house on North Seminary street. Rents for $22.00 per month. Newly painted and in good repair. Dr. C H. Kent. For particulars see Dr. C W. Steele, Howland buidling. lSBtf TO RENT Eight-room cottage, with barn : , henhouse and garden : electric light and bath l at 21 Division street Inquire of John Collins, 6 Hill street 260tf TO RENT Upstairs tenement at 86 Berlin street : price $8.00. Inquire of Mr, f, H. Granger, 6 Short street 260tf TO RENT Seven-room tenement at No. 18' Highland avenue. O. L. Cheever. 269tf 1 TO RENT Desirable tenement at 138 Wash ington street, opposite Kim wood cemetery. . Apply to L. K. Averill. Tel. 391-3. 256tf TO RENT At No. 17 Laurel street a -room flat third floor; hot water, et tubs, elec tric lights, etc. Inquire of E. I Smith. 21 West street. City. 17stf TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few rooms, well furnished ; all modern im- firovement ; hot and cold water ; bath. Quin en Block, 172 North Main street. 24M H. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator City and farm property. Timber land. Quarry land. Building lota. Tenements for rent. Commissions reasonable. SOOMS 4 AND 5, MILES BLOCK Telephone 314-1 Barre, Vermont HELP WANTED. WANTED A girl for general housework. Apply between 7 and 8 o'clock. 66 Welling ton street 276tf WANTED A job in a tenement close by. Fred C. dolph Center, Vt iw-mill with Arbuckle, Ran-275t6 TO RENT Five-room tenement at 4 Cleve land avenue. Steam heat in th cellar j all modern improvements. Call at the house. 248tf TO RENT Tenement of four rooms ; steam heat Apply to C. L. Bug-bee, 98 Washington street. City. 247tf TO RENT Small tenement at 48 East street suitable for man and wife. Apply at Baltimore Lunch Room. 244tf TO RENT Tenement in the French block. over Boyea's store, suitable for taking roomers. Also small tenement on Railroad street Apply to George A. Reed at city engineer's office, or at 34 Orange atreet 241tf TO RENT Tenement at 44 Foes street Seven rooms, all up to date. Apply to George Mann, 64 Wellington atreet City. 241U WANTED Agents with or without experi ence all towns in Washington county for acci dent an-i health insurance. Liberal contract, commission on collections. Address H 12, Time office. 27416 WANTED A foreman to manure retail monument shop doing som manufacturing. An old-established firm, doing the best class of work. Address "Foreman." care Reporter. 836 Washington Blvd., Chicago, III. 270U2 WANTED At once, a first-class granite sawyer, inquire at Jones tiros. Co., Barre, V t 267tf TO RENT Tenement at 64 Wellington street Best in the city. Four room or more. All modern improvements, auch as electric lights and gaa. Apply to George W. Mann, 64 Wellington atreet City. 241tf TO RENT Tenement at 80 Merchant street All the latest improvement. Apply to Georg Mann, 64 Wellington atreet City. 24 Uf TENEMENT TO RENT At S2 East street: cottage house of 3even rooms, with all modern Improvements. Call at 33 Eastern avenue, or telephone 246-M. 240tf BERLIN. Don't fail to visit F, D. Ladd i Co.'s new fish department when in Barre, Dr. King's New Discovery soothes irritated throat and lungs, stops chronic and hacking cough, relieves tick ling throat, tastes nice. Take no other; once used, always used. Buy it at the Bed Cross I'barmacy. Advt, WANTED AT ONCE A man with family. to work by the month or year, in mill and on farm. Pay 144.00 per month and houserent (a good, new house, near school). A steady job for a good, steady man. Residence between North and East Randolph.' P. O. Randolph Center, Vt Dix J. Camp. 26otf MEN WANTED to learn the automobile business : road driving and repairing. Send stamp for particulars. New England Auto School, 87 Church street Boston. 268t26 WANTED Two men to work on a farm. Good wagea for good help. Must be good milker. H. H. Martin, Williamstown. Vt 266tf TO RENT Tenement of four rooms and shed. Conveniences, gas stove, etc. Inquire at No. 1 Hill atreet 223tf TO RENT Tenement at 8 Blackwell street Five rooms; electric lights; eity water, in quire of Consolidated Lighting Co., Howland block, room 10. 210tf TENEMENT TO RENT At 4 Fosa street Apply to George Mann, 64 Wellington street, Barr. 203tf TENEMENT TO RENT On Willey street! six rooms. Bath, electric lights and all modern improvements. New house. Also on at 83 Merchant atreet Apply to George Mann. 64 Wellington street, Barre. 197U A CARD. We. the undersigneu, do hereby agree to refund the money on a SO-cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if it fails to cure your cough or cold. V e also guarantee a 25 -cent bottle to prove satisfactory, or money refunded. Red Cross Pharmacy, E. A. Drown, C. II. Kendrick & Co. D. F. Davis, George L. Edson, J. D. McArthur, W. B. Miles & Co- McAllister Bros, D. C Howard, Barre Drug Store, J. A. Cumming, J. W. Tarmenter. WANTED. FEBRUARY I. 111. Two steam-heated room in Eastman block. Price right WANTED Position in granite office by bookkeeping, general office work. Address n. r.. car umes. zsiiiz- Five rooms, with electric lights, gss rang and bath, on Keith avenue, at f 18.00. on Washington Eight-room tenement atreet at $18.00. Inquire Boyce & Robinson. BOARD AND ROOMS. FURNISHED ROOM Large front room, suitable for two. All modern convenience. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. is not sold in your place. 1 vrill send yon freight prepaid a 125 pound sack for $4.00. or 60 pound sack for $2.00. If in want ef Beef Scraps, Poultry ESTATE Or HENRY D. B. DWINELL. The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district r w..hin.ton. COMMISSIONERS, to receive. examine, and adjust the claim and demands . 1 1 trm 1 n.l the aatate Af Mmrv n B Dwinell. lat of Msr.hfl.ld. in said ' specified in Its amended articles of assaria district deceased, and all claims exhibited in 1 tion i namely, until clos of business un Jan offset thereto, hereby give notice that we milljuary 10, IMS. .... . , . meet for the purpose aforesaid, at his late In testimony whereof witness my band and residence. In th town of Marshfieid. in said i seal of omc. tnis eievenm oay oi January. Certificate Re-extending Charter TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OIGc ef Comptroller of th Currency. Washington. D. C, January 11. 1913. WHEREAS, bv satisfactory evidence pre sented to the undersigned, it has been mad Inquire at 31 Keith avenue. to appear that "Th National Bank of Barre. located in toe town oi Herre, in th county of Washington and state of Vermont has complied with all the provisions of the act of Corxres "to enable National Banking Associa tions to extend their corporal, existence, and for other purposes." approved July 12, l(if2, as amended by the art approved April 12. 1S02 ; NOW. THEREFORE. I. Lawrence O. Mur rav, comptroller of the currency, do hereby certify that "The National Bank of Barre." located In th town of Barr. in th county of Washington and state of Vermont, is authorised to have aoceession for the period TO RENT A large, front warm, furnished room with or without board. C. H. Kenerson, 20 Church street 2691 f ROOMS TO RENT With or without board; furnished, heat eJectrie lights, etc. Apply at Mrs. M. T. Pag', Elm street. Barre. 26812 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Steam heat electric lights, excellent beds : at 20 .venll atreet Telephone 209-8. 261tf dtstrirt on the 22d day of lebruary and 14th day of July next from ! o'clock p. m. until 4 o'clock p. IB., on eare " mis . ena uwi BoC-er Sheik etc. writ. n. foe price. u '."h. Um. V.Jnited' ! Carrol S. Pane. Hrde Park. Yt fv." h- to 1918. (Seal.) LAWRENCE O. MURRAY. Comptroller of the Currency. Charter No. 2109. Extension No. 1148. Page's Perfected Poultry Food may be ob tamed of the following r The Averill Mills, Barre, Vt. Berry A Jones. Montpelier, Vt. Howard Bros.. South Barre, Vt. V. C. Fobie. East Barre. Vt. C H. Bigelow. Fjtst Brookfleld, Vt. H. O. Ward. Moretown. Vt. K. I- Sanborn. Fjst Orange1, Vt, I- P. Hipht, West Tnpeham, Vt, B. B. NTibner, Corinth, Xt. iluntintwa A LsMiuan, Washington, U Dated ary. A. D, 1913 FDWi:- A. THOMAS. CLAYTON 11. COLLINS. Commasaionera. 24-tl-Feb. 7. aweossei j JEWELRY PROLIFIC POULTRY TONIC MAKES HENS LAY By parcel poet 1 lb- 26 cents ; lbs, 0 cents: In-. 31.ee. Money t wr risk. Safe delivery guaranteed. Stamp takes. iUecr. Johnson k Lord, Borbnttoo. Vt- I Wfcen YOU want a p!ec ef artistic, guaranteed quality J Jewelry, come ia and tea our plendid display. J O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler, j era-. Sfalai Sff lad Attsrt foe Boston Americas" ta Barre, 1 1 TO RENT Furntahed ror : all enodera Improvements. Call at 17 Wellington atreet Mrs. MrCaskill. 2etf LOST AND FOUND. LOST Large tiger cat: arar on right front leg. Any information will be gladly received at 28 Spaalding atreet. City. 27616 ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE TIMES AXD GET SURE RESULTS ' t