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THE RARRE DAILV TIMES, RARItE, VT., THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1913.
Go to E. A. Prindle's For Andes and Household Ranges. Plumbing and heat ing job work of all kinds. DEPOT SQUARE CASTOR! A Ir Infant! vn4 Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th Biuator BUSINESS CARDS DR. G. L. T. HAYES T AND I BLANCHARD BUILDING Specialty, Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Office Hour.: ( to It A. M.," J to 4 and lilO to 8 P. M. ; Uo by appointment. TELEPHONE 11 Ernest H. Bancroft, M. D. C, Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. TelcpKen. 161-11 AU th Peopls'a Lin OFFICE AND HOSPITAL, SOUTH BARRE Best for Skin Diseases Nearly every akin disease yields quick ly and permanently to ltucklcn Arnica Salvo, and nothing ia better fur burn or bruit-cs. Soot lies and heal. John Deye of (lladwin, Midi., says, after suffering twelve year with .kin ailment and spending $-100 in doctors' bill, liueklen'a Arnica Naive cured him. Jt will help you. Only 25c. Kecommcndcd by the Kcd Cross 1'harmacv. Advt. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, Miles Building Office hour. A. M. to 12 M. and 1 :S0 to 4 T. M.. Monday, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection M. J. WHITCOMB - Licensed Embalmer Calla answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, VT. TELEPHONE 129-11 MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press- ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS 111 North Main Street Barre, Vermont RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Mjusic for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE - - 342-21 A GOOD SPRING TONIC For biliptisness, constipation, sick head ache, loss of appetite, malaria, get a bottle of Baxter's Mandrake .Hitters, the best spring medicine. Sold everywhere; liquid or tablets, 25 centa. JEWELRY I a 1 When YOU want a piece of Jewelry, come in and see ! our splendid display. 0. J. DODGE. The Jeweler "Boston American" in Barre. aoo Main St., Sole Agency for lataaBaam ! Three Generations Have Passed i 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. output now 800,000 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: $300, five years $4.75 $1,000, five years 7.50 Insure with Ballird , Strong Companies Mon ey sure Payment prompt FIRE Insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable stock companies and five mutual. 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 ail 4 BcVrt Block, Barre, Vt 11th Street & University Place - One block Mt of Broadway NEW YORK CITI. Within easy walking distance from Whoie aala and ketall Dry llond District. Con veniently near Railroad and Steamship Line. The only modern ahsuliitely lira proof transient hotel peiow zjd .street. .tOO Mooms. (200 with bath) RATES mon fl.-per l)AV UPWARD tieelleol Restaurant end Cal. Mooerale rn Send lor tree Illustrated Outdo and Map of New Vork City. J CUNARD LINE Roston QueAriHtown Liverpool and r ishguard (London and Paris) Ultonia Franconia Lnconia Franconia Laconia Franconia April 1, sp ni, May 13 May 27 June 10 June 21 July 8 I'ltonia does not call Fishguard. FRANCONUCONIA'iovTso tons The Largest Steamers Sailing From Boston Canadian Service Montreal Plymouth London The Mew Steamers (now completing) ANDANIA ALAUNIA carrying one class cabin (II) will shortly be attached to this service Send for booklet giving particulars of INDEPENDENT TOURS IN EUROPE TRAVELERS' CHEQUES. DRAFTS AND BAGGAGE INSURANCE APPLY TO YOUR LOCAL AGENT N. B. Ballard. Mile. Block. Barre. Vt. : S. S. Ballard. Lawrence Building, Mont pelier, Vt. ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS Edward Edmonds of Swanton, who un derwent an operation at the Kt. Albans hospital for the amputation of botii feet when they ware frozen about Janu ary 1, has been taken to the state hos pital for the insane, at Waterbury. Beverly 8. Dow, a retired well-to-do farmer of rassumpsie, dropped dead .Monday at the lioKton and Maine station at PasxuinpHio. Trainmen saw him fall and rushed to his assistance, but lite was extinet. lie was 08 yeara old and a native of Harnet. Heart trouble is as cribed as the caune. Ho leaves a wife. Kenneth, the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Hathorn of Rutland, fell thirty feet from a back piazza onto an ash heap, in which were broken pieces of glass, which out him considerably. Both bones of his right forearm were broken and a deep gasb was cut on the back of his head. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the eeat of the diaease. Catarrh Ia a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure It you niuit take internal remedies. Halle Catarrh Cure ia taken internally and acta direct', upon the blood and mucoui surface Hall's Catarrh Cure la not a quark medicine It wan prescribed by one of the Oast physicians In this country for yeara and a a regular prescription. It is eotniMised of the best tonic known, combined with tha best blood purifiers, acting- directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two inurements la what produces such wonderful results In curing- catarrh. Send for test! monials. free. . J. CHENEY A CO.. Prooa.. loiedo, u. Bold by druKRists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Fills tor constipation. WAITSFIELD tab ' - - ew"0LYMPIC FITTED WITH DOUBLE SIDES AND ADDITIONAL WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS EXTENDING FROM THE BOTTOM lo (he TOP OF THE VESSEL Will Sail from New York APRIL 12 -MAY 3 and Regularly Thereafter WHITE STAR LINE Boston Azores-MerJiterraneai Cretic, April I Canople, April 28 LEYLAND LINE Bsta Liverp-ttl (Direct) One Class Cabin Service (II) $50. Bohemian. Mar. 29. Devonian, Apr. 12 Winif redien, Apl. 5. Canadian, Apr. IS The ice is now about all gone in the middle of Lake t'li;iripla;n and the re mainder would quickly disappear with the right kind of witnf or rain. This is considerably earlier than is ual for the lake to clear ami navigation, will probably be reiunied at an ear'ier date as a result. The steamer of the Cham plain transportation company are now in readiness to mako their first trip. John E. Harris of Danville and Wash ington, 1), (.'., well known in Vermont newspaper circles, has formed a partner ship with Jason 1. C'ady of Ht. Johns bury in tho real estate business under the firm name of The Homestead Realty company. The new firm begins business this week with Air. Harm as manager. Mr. Harris went to Washington as pri- Uvate secretary of the late U. S. Senator itoss and a short time alter was an pointed guanlian of the "east door" of the Senate chamber, a position he has teia lor about ia vears. Thomas Greenwood of Bennington who was convicted three years ago a furnishing liquor to a posted man am who "eloped ' while working out a six months' sentence, is again in the county jail and will have to begin at the front end of that six months' sentence. At the time of his conviction (ireenwood was put at work in Bradford's knitting mill and had been there fully three months when he suddenly disappeared. Since he left town he ha worked in different places, on lumber job, on the big Som erset dam and in a mill at Pitttfield. Its will p; bably be sent to Rutland for his hair year sentence. GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS. Fair WHITE STAR LINE -LARGEST STEAMERS IN- ONE CLASS CABIN (ID PORTLAND LIVERPOOL ARABIC April 12 ." BOSTON QUEENSTOWN LIVERPOOL ARABIC MAY 7 JUNE 3 JULY J 150 and Upward CYMRIC APRIL aa MAY so JUNE 17 152.50 and Upward ONLY ONE-CLASS CABIN (II) AND THIRD CLASS PASSENGERS CARRIED OFFICE, STATE STREET, BOSTON, OR LOCAL AGENTS Pi : ' .sw.-rtA- . "saw-- - i Five Reappointments on State Commission Otheri Named. Oov. Allen M. Fletcher has made the following appointments on the state fa!r commission, to fill the vacancies left by the expiration of the terms of five of the members: Lamoille county, George H. Terrill of Morristownj Rutland couuty, . t. Carter of Rutland; Orleans conn ty, M. A. Adams of Derby; Windsor county, .Maxwell Jtvarts of A indsorj and commissioner at large, H. (. Bald win of Wells River. These are all re appointments. i- . The governor also ' appointed Miss K. M. Miller of St. Johnsburv as a member of the board of registration of nurses, to succeed herself. u K. A. Bemis of Lunenburg was re appointed as supervisor of gores and un organized towns in Essex county; W. J. Wright of Montgomery Center, as super visor of -Avery's gore in Franklin coun ty E. S. Brewster of Colchester, as supervisor of Avery's gore in Chittenden countv. Our Policies Seep Sure in insurance. National Life Ins, Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrentw building, Montpelier, vt. Mrs. XV. J. Howard went to Hinesbiirg on runuay, to care for her mother, who Is seriously ill. Paul liuzzell, who is employed at the Waterbury asylum, is seriously ill with pneumonia. Miss Lulie Jones is ill and confined to her bed at the home of her brother, George M. Jones. Mis Esther Skinner closed her school in the Holt district last Saturday for tne spring vacation. Clarence Lalk-lle, who has been having the measles, is seriously ill with pneu monia. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Remele'were in Montpelier, Tuesday. . D. H. Skinner is in Montpelier, at tending bis interests in court. Miss Esther Skinner went to Mont pelier Tuesday to see her sister at Heat- on hospital, who is doing as well as can oe expected. Mr. and Mrs. John Kinsbury went to Waterbury Wednesday. Miss Joyce Jiisbee returned J uesuay from Boston university for a week's va cation. Herbert Gleason of Montpelier came Tuesday night to see his father, who 18 ill. Last Tuesday there was a pleasant surprise party for Schuyler and Fred Berry at the home of J. C. Berry. Their teacher and - twenty-two schoolmates were present. A pleasant evening of games and music, with refreshments, FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Sale, To l-.t. etc. ehort adver. tiaementa at the rate of four linea for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and five centa for each subsequent Insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Two-Tenement House For Sale The lurit. two-tenement building known as No. !iS Pleasant street. This ia one of the beat pieces of renting- property in the city of Barre; is pleasantly located in a line neigh borhood: Is fitted up with all modern improve ments and ia always rented. It is lint-class property for a home or investment. Apply to JAMES MACKAY, Admr., City Hall Building. tlU IDEAL HOME FOR SALE The land and buildings known as 9 James street, consisting of a lance lot 118x85 feet, with a 7-room cottage Z6xZ4 feet and ell situ ated on same; this ia an exceptionally well built bouse with good cellar, ateam heat, modern plumbing, electric liVhts. city water and a good well on tha premises ; no better home in the city at the price. Apply at the premlaea or at 4 I'arK aireei. MKS. MARGARET KESSON. 4U2 FOR SALE. IX) YOU LIKK EXTRA FINE BUTTER T Send t'i.ti) for a sample 6-11). box (by parrel f anywhere In Weahington county I to tha jersey dairy i.r D. A. Kneeland, Home harm, Waitsfleld. Vt. Mountain 4tS FOR SALE One lrtxlO belt-driven air com-' pressor in nrst-cliias condition. Good bargain. enquire or ti. A. Iiugbre Co. 4tf FOR SALE Antique shawl, mora than on hundred yeara old. Mrs, Frank Gilrnan. Chel sea, Vt. sts FOR 8ALK One good two-seuted top car. riage, t3S.U0 ; H. . Liabrock top buKvy. $36.00. K. A. Lane. 24 Liberty strert. Harm Vl Tel. 181-12. 808t FOR SALE One aecond-hond delivery win. one; one A men bury Concord buggy, nearly new. cosiman urus. air FOR SALE Farm of 76 acres, situated on south hill in Williamstown, 214 miles from depot and near to school ; suitably divided into tillage, pasture and woodland ; sugar orchard of 800 trees or more; estimated to cut 2,000 run of hard wood; have wintered 15 head of cattle; house newly repaired, hardwood floors, etc. i barns in good condition, new silo, ror further particulars, call on or write to Benj. L. Bailey, Williamstown, VL lt6 FOR SALE A six-room cottage at 26 Divi sion street; all the latest conveniences and a garden ; about Ave minutes' walk from a dozen large atonetheda. Apply to Mrs. C. Clark, 26 Division street, Barre. ltf FOR SALE -A five-yenr-old black pacing mare; sired by Abbott Wilkes; safe for a woman to drive, and a good roadster; weighs 86 pounds : perfectly sound. Will sell r. sonably. as ownrr Is leaving Barre. Can be seen at I'apln Bros.' livery stable. 418 FOR SALE An Edison phonograph with 62 records ; will play either 2 or 4 minute rec ords. Call on William Peters, care of J. C. Bell, Gallison Hill, Montpelier. , 2t( FOR SALE Coffee urn, lunch counter and other lunchroom appliances. Apply to M. S. David, 248 North Main street lt FOR SALE Three 8-year-old cows, soon to freshen ; also 20 shoats weighing 80 pounds and up; also a nice .driving harness, one pair of work harnesses nearly new ; also top buggy. Will exchange for pigs, shoata. horse, lumber, or young stock. J. A. Gum ming. Barre, Vt., R. p. 2. Tel. 489-M. JUStS' FOR SALE Farm of 180 acres. Also for sale, top buggy, surrey, harness, and a one cow butter churn. Louisv DcBlois, 8 Laurel street, Barre. Vt. 235tf FOR SALE S Iron beds and 1 wooden bed. a I with springs and mattresses, nearly new; also 2 bureaus. 1 commode, covers and pillows. Call after 4 o'clock. C. F. Bianchi, 10 Semi nary street. 80718' FOR SALE About thirty tons pressed hay, three milus from Williamstown. Stanley C. Vt ilson, Chelsea, Vermont. - 2T6tf . DA VENDEKE Due case in Montpelier coa ! f, nouve acomodita sono sempre efitate IT,' aprezo 01 sacritisio enendo che il. Padrone deve ritnmt,l.M .f. ai f- FOR SALE The home farm of the late Ilia per srbiarimenti rivolgetevi al Signor Ri- caroo jrueba, I5f Berlin street. Montpelier. vt. 292t26 You Can Cure That Backache, Pain along the back, dizziness, headache and general languor. Get a package of Mother Gray's AROMATIC-LEAF, tha pleasant root and herb cure for all kidney, bladder and urinary troubles. When you feel all run down, tired, weak and without energy, use this remarkable combination of nature's herbs and roots. As a tonic laxative it has no elual. Mother Gray's Aromatic-Leaf u sold by drug gists or sent by, mail for 60 cents. Sample sent r rU.rJ. Address. Iht Mother Gray Co., L,e Koy, N. . Edwin A. Sprague, consisting of 26 acres, with comfortable and pleasantly located build ings, goon spring water, close to Brooaneiu village. This farm must be sold to settle es tate. Stanley C". Wilson, administrator, Chel sea, Vt. 2"tf FOR SALE An eight-roam cottage, all modern conveniences, newly built. Apply to Boyce & Robinson. . 259tf FOR SALE OR TO RENT New house op Nelson street vi h every modern convenience. Steam heat. Apply to IL C. Patterson. No. 178 Washington street, Barre. 2M FOR SALE At once, one first-class safe. Enquire of A. A Smith at E. L. Smith As 1; s. 90tf FOR SALE Second-hand typewriter in Hrat-class condition. Call and see. at rooms 5 and 8, Currier block. J. C. Griggs. 277tf DOG LICENSES Notice to Owners or Keepers All dogs within the city" one month old or over on the first day of April must be licensed on or before April I, IDld, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 237 of the public statutes of ermont, and section 4, chapter 43, of the ordinances of the city of Barre. Fees, if licensed by April 1, 1913: Females, $8,00; males and Spayed females, $2.00; fees, if licensed after April I and before May 15, 1013: Females. $12.00; males and spayed females, $.1.00. After May lo, 11)13, all unlicensed dogs will be shot and the owners subject to a fine ' of twenty dollars. - - . ; JAMES MACKAY, City Clerk. Barre, Vt March 19, 1913. FOR SALE My two-tenement house on North Seminary street Rente for IH2.00 per month. Newly painted and in good repair. rticillara aee Dr. C. W. Steele, Howland buidling. l9tt FOR SALE My home farm, consisting of 40 acres, situated two miles from Barre ; will winter It bead of cattle and team ; never-failr ing water at house and barn. Apply to E. h. Owens, or telephone 84)2-2. 808H6 FOR SALE New milch cows; also a few "oraea. Butchering done. Apply to C. E. Wllley, South End Hotel Stables. 201tf COLTON DELIVERY WAGONS We sell wagons with those good old fash ioned slyted three-fork gears. All wheels fully riveted and with extra heavy steel -tires. POPULAR LOW PRICES COLTON, MONTPELIER TO RENT. T- ICVTm II 4 1 a . SOME ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITIONS nath; set km ramie, the best in thecily. "appI? G. A. Ljine, 67 Elm street, or tel. 269-M. 3tf IN FARMS LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU. TO RENT A cottage on the corner of Quarry and South Main streets ; two acres of good garden and orchard. Apply to Geo. Straiton. jt3 TO RENT Five-room tenement for rent. No. 88 Long street. Knquire at tenement, or ol Albert Johonnott, Montpelier. Rent 18 00. . SOSlf TENEMENT TO RENT Fiv. There are up-, stairs, corner Maple avenue and Seminnr. streets. Inquire C. W. Melcher. 802tf HELP WANTED. WANTED A girl for general housework. Mrs. W. H. Crockett 21 Hubbard street. Montpelier. Tel. 681-J. 8t2 No. 488 $1,650.00 buys this farm complete with personal property, including nine head of stock (eight good cows and one yearling heifer), two good horses, one dandy coll, 20 hens, two-horse farm wagon, bunny, express wagon, two-horse sled, express sled. plow, har- knnis nli. mnunntf miLrhtne. work harneaae. drive harness, all small tools ( and household furniture, etc. mere are up-u-rrU nf lull eorrk of block wood all sawed. and fully 80,000 feet of logs and sawed lum ber. The property ia only one-nail mile irom saw-mill. Farm contains 180 acres ot land, suitably divided; the tillage lays well to till; sugar orchard ot sow trees; esumaieo ou.vvv feet of soft wood lumber ; fruit orchard ; two barns, horse barn, henhouse, silo. House is small, containing five rooms, but is comfort able. Please bear in mind that this place is within driving distance of Barre and the uuarnea. and four miles from village, poat- ott.ee. stores. -etc. w K. TO RENT An 8-room cottage, also barn, located on the main hmhway and not far from , henhouse and large garden, at 21 Siviaion For Rent Cottage house. Perry street 110. For Rent Double house, Branch street, 112. For Rent Double house, Foster street For Rent Double house, Branch street 810 and 115. For Rent Tenement Berkley court, $8. H. A. PEELPS CO.. Telephone J14-2 , Miles Building WANTED A woman or girl for general housework in a family of two. Apply at 65 Washington street 292tf WANTED A young girl who is willing to assist in the care of small children. Apply to 28 Spaulding street city. 412 This property Is located within three-fourths mile of the postoffice; there are about three acres of good land; henhouse accommodation for seventy-five hens; small fruit orchard; good spring water; house contains seven good rooms. Place can be bought with a payment of $300.00 down for $a,8oo.oa Let us show it to you. D. A. PERRY Real Estate Agency B0WI.ANDBUII.DINO Best Known Cough Remedy For forty-three years Dr. King's New Discovery has been known throughout the world as the most reliable cough remedy. Over three million bottles were used last year. Isu't this proof? It will get rid of your cough, or we will refund your money. J. J. Owens of Allendale, S. C, writes the way hundreds of others have done: "After twenty years, I find that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds that I have ever used.' For coughs or colds and all throat and lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c and $1.00 at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Advt. A CARD. WANTED Capable girl for general house work. Call at home of A, H. Burke, 117 Sum mar street Barre. 4t8 WANTED First-class Apply at City Hotel. table girl at once. St3 neighbors. The first oiler of 81,650.00 takes it VV.U sell with a payment of 8600,00 down. Terms easy. Stf No. 87 Located in the city of Barre, one mile from city hall, posloflice. stations, etc. ; contains 60 acres of good land, which lays very well; good fences; fruit orchard; plenty of barn and shed room; good henhouse and horse barn ; extra good house, having bath, jte. Price $6,000.00. Owner might exchange for city property. Terms, one-half cash. Call on John Collins, 6 Hill street No. 476 60-acre farm with good level tillage and gooJ set of buildings ; sugar orchard of 1.000 trees. This is a river farm situated three miles from two good, live towns. Can be TO RENT Desk room In front office with a good amount of floor-space, good light steam heat: part time of stenographer located in same office can be had if desired. Call at rooms 6 and 8, Currier block. J. C Griggs. ' 283tf TO RENT Upstairs tenement. S Second street, near Main ; low rent if taken Immedi ately ; spring water. Apply on premises. Or to E. E. Parker, 69 Washington street 268tf WANTED- Two gangs of granite cutters for building work. N. Pelaggi Co., Northfield. Vt ats WANTED A first-class horseshoer and all around blacksmith at once. Shepard t Hovey, Hardwick. Vt 2t WANTED Steam drill operator at a quarry in Megantic, P. (4. Steady job; good wages for capable man. Address. P. O. Box 8.17, Barre, Vt lt TO RENT At No. 17 Laurel trt. a. room flat, third floor: hot water, set tuh bought at this time for $,400.00 and is cer- ! tic ugnts. exc. inquire 01 fc. u. Smith. 21 tainly a bargain. Good terms. Owner has "est street. City. i74tf other property. rea.onW.eil.ng. J T0 RENX AT REASONABLE TERMS A v- K-?oti iniinA K.tvm .!, farm- Incur,! ! few rooms, well furninhed: all modern Im- on main road from Williamstown to Chelsea, i Provements ; hot and cold water; bath. Quin- five miles from railroad station. Owner has kent 20 cows and team. Farm contains 170 acres and ia un in good shape. Fair buildings three barns ; running water at house and barn ; on enough ior the farm. Can be bought with a payment of $600.00 down ; price includes some 1 ersonal property. len .Block. 172 North Main street i49tf TO RENT Five-room tenement at 4 Cleve land avenue. Steam heat in the cellur .- all R. F. D. route ; plenty of wood and lumber modern improvement. Call at the house. WANTED Capable girl for general house work ; none other need apply. Address "H. B., care limes omce. its WANItU uood. reliable, all-around man on farm, good man with team; steady job to right party. K. t.. Beck ley. 'phone 307-22. 3u7tf No. 436 200-arre farm with sugar bush of 1,000 trees and 60.000 feet of soft wood lum ber, for only $1,810.00. This property is lo cated about eight mile, from railroad. Large ten-room house, and barn 80 x 40; shed 14 x on R! F. d! ;.h"ta . rn7l.'fm;g ' ?"olid Lih,in f TO RENT Tenement In the French block, over B.ryea'a store, suitable for taking roomers. Also small tenement on Railroad street Apply to Georsre A. Reed at city engineer's office, or at 84 Orange street 241tf TO RENT Tenement nt 8 Blackwell street. rive rooms; electric lights: city water. n. saw-mill. Will sell with a payment of $s00.00 down. You will look a long while before you And so much for so low a price. We, the undersigneu, do hereby agree to refund th money on a 60-eent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if It tails to cure your cough or cold. We also guarantee a 23-cent bottle to prove satisfactory, or money refunded Red Cross Tbarmacy, E. A. Drown. C. H. Kendnck ft Co. George L. Edson, W. B. Miles t Co, D. C. Howard, Barre Drug Store, D. F. Davis, J. D. McArthur, McAllister Bros., J. A. Cumming. J. W. Parmenter. THE MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD WINTER TRAIN SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 30, It 12. BETWEEN BARRE, MONTPELIER AND BOSTON. TirrOUCn .XACn leavea Barre at 7:20 a. rn. and Montpelier at 8 a. m. DAILY EXCEPT SCNDAV, arriving ia Boston at 4:45 p. m. LOCAL TRAIN leave Prre at 12:5 p. m. and Montpelier at 1:10 p. m. DAILY KXCETT SUNDAY, arriving in Boatoa at 8 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR leTe Barre at :30 p. m. and Mont pelier at 13 p. m. DAILY, arming in Boston at 7:30 a. ra. Tnr.OtT.TI COACH leaves Boaton DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY at 10 a. m, arriving in Montpelier at 6:16 p. m. and Barre at 8:40 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR leares Botton DAILY at 8:30 p. a, arriving ia Montpelier at 7:30 a. m. and Barre at S a. an. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS As the people are breaking up house keeping. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on Saturday, March 22, 1913, at l:3rt o'clock in the afternoon on the premises at No. 7 Church street. Barre, City, Vt.. the following: 3 iron beds, mattresaes and springs, 3 dressers, 2 commodes, 2 couches, 6 rocking (hairs. different patterns; also kitchen and chamber chairs, dining and kitchen ta bles, 3 stands, baby's iron crib and mat tress, bedding, sheets, pillows and slips. 0 wash bowls and pitchers. 20 yards of nice linoleum, mata and rugs. GOOD MACEE KAltGE, new- pipe, and hot water attachments, also box stove, washing machine, tuba, boiler, clothe wringer, mop wringer and clothe bars; picinre. mirors, rrorkery. glass, iron, tin and wooden ware, with many article not menttonM. A rwd time pick up some jrood mdmm priced WANTED Married man, by the year, to work on farm; house rent and firewood fur nished ; good wages " for good help. V. B. Savery, Williamstown, Vt 80tf WANTED Thre men to work on farm by the season; must be good milkers; also a woman for housework. H. H. Martin, Wil liamstown. Vt 206tf HALL'S BARBER SCHOOLS II I 814 Wash ington street Boston. Mass. Wages, room, board, railroad ticket furnished by "61 Co operative Propositions." Get particulars. 8o6t31 TWENTY-FIVE MEN WANTED to learn the auto business and prepare to fill vacancies at 815.00 to $40.00 per week. Special oppor tunity during spring rush. Write now. staling age. The Maine Auto Company. 4S6 Fore street Hortland, Maine. $08t26 No. 832 River farm on the main highway leading from Bethel to Randolph, three miles from either town. There are 124 acres of good land ; level field and an extra fine sugar place, equipped. One of the best farm homes, with modern, open plumbing, hard wood floors, wide porch, and an exceedingly pleasant place. WANTED Family help at The Queen City Three good barns, one 40 x 0; one 80 x 60 ; Cotton Co.. Burlington. Vt : steady work, j i and horse liarn. 26 a 85 feet, t arm win Keep good pay; learners taught free, and receive lis cows and team; silo, 100 tons capacity; pay while learning. . Good tenemenu ; moder-1 located near school and neighbors. Owner ate rents. Apply at Mill- SVIt36 will sell tne real estate witn a payment oi seun.vv sown ana win sen siock ina i No. 841 Located three miles from good, hustling town, one-man farm can be bought for $900.00, with a payment of $600.00 down. Contains 60 acres, of which 20 acres are in tillage, laying level; place will keep 6 cows and team; buildings are comfortable; barn has basement la on R. F. D. route and cream is gathered : must be sold to settle estate. This ia a bargain and will not remain on the market long. 10tf WANTED. No. 645 An exceptionally well-located farm, containing 116 acres; 40 acres of level tillage; land ia free from stone and ledges; barn ia 100 x 86 and is in very fine shape ; nine-room house with ell and shed ; nice running water at bouse and barns : cream is gathered. Price only $8,000.00, and terms $00.00 down. Two miles from railroad station. WANTED To buy a good, all-around farm horse : must be a good worker and driver and safe for lady to drive anywhere. D. J. Briggs, Williamstown. Vt. N. E. 'phone 881-6. 4tf, WANTED By a iady. a position aa book keeper, either single or double entry, or as a cashier. Address "S. J.," care Times office. 413 WANTED By a single girl, a position doing general housew-ork. Tel. 818-22, Graniteville. Vt. St3 WORK WANTED A Finn girl would like position doing general housework. Call up M. Erickson. tel. 818-22. Graniteville, Vt itf WANTED- A man to work on a farm: must be a good milker and a good all-around man ; will pay good wages for a good man. Addr George Foote, South Royalton. Vt. 80H12 PRINTER WANTED All-around man in country office. State experience and loweet wages in first IMler. Address Times. W il mington, Vt 27tl POULTRY right prices. Price for all. $6,000.00. SUNNY DALE BIRDS are bred for winter ! like $760.00 cash. laying; Single tomb Kbode Island Keds ; also No. 585 Desirable small farm for only $1,400.00. This property is only three and one half mile from Montpelier stations, market schools, stores, etc., etc., and is an ideal place for market gardening and poultry. The till age lays well ; there ia good water, telephone, and mail ia delivered; will carry i to S rows and team; some wood and plenty of fruit 20 barrels of applea being the yield last season : barns are comfortable. There are 35 acres of land: soil is very rich. Good chance for man wanting to work in the mill close by a part of the time. Better look this over. Would WANTED A good second-hand organ ; will pay cash for same or exchange piano for one. State make, condition and price. C. H. Mr Crillis. West Topsham, Vt. 2t6 WANTED Piece to work on a farm where there is a tenement to rent Address Theodore Abair, West Berlin. R. F. D. I, Box 54. 116 WANTED To buy on hundred head cattle to turn out H. J. Smith. City Market Iff WANTED To buy "S head of cattle. Also tenements to- rent A. Tomasi. It 16 WANTED A woman and boy would like a country home in a nice 'family, woman to do housework. Apply to "E" care of Times office. 8u7t6 WANTED Dead Barre. Montpelier. r.nd Fast Barre. call. 865-W. horses to take away in Webeterrille. Graniteville. F. K. Bailey; telephone 295 6 mo White Wyandotte. Dustoa strain : stock direct lul mar: 82.00 per 16 egsrs. Mr. Ueonre W Coffrin. North Montpelier. Vt JUS' No. 511 A corking good farm, containing 2M) acres of land, suitably divided : will keep SO cows and team: produces 76 tons of hay: 1 (wa . i trm r 1 r., . mnA nv.l fnal (iTvh.nl I )n FOR SALE White Orpington esrn for set-1 barn H 40 x SO feet with two floors; horse in ; laiasirass strain, r en one ana i wo. i 1 M -rood sis, and building are in rom- for 1 ergs. Pen three. 81.00 for 16 evsrs. fortable shape- Three miles from railroad' E. A. Williams, 1S1 Washington street, Barre. Ut.tion. churrhe. stores, high school, etc. ttr j There are two bouses on this farm : farm- - j houa contains ten rooms, and new cottage of FOR SALE -Three pen of S. C. Black Mi-I,, rooms, best of water at house and bam. norras; it wane ana vwumoun rna.t- ; prv-e. Iwlud.ne 1 9 cow. y crimes, 4 calves. U heavy layers ; also earirs tor batrhtne. R"M 1 1 reriatered Holatei boll, 10 hoars. 80 hen. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE TIMES AXD GET SURE RESULTS ltwrt IS Murray street. 807tS BOARD AND ROOMS. ROOM TO RENT-Farnk.he-4 or nfur hea. with heat. Iiht and beta; wnhia fiv animates wlk of Spaulding btgh school. F ir t Hilltop, Mw 41 sad 61 Hilt straw. Mrs. L. M. AvmlL tttu ito furniture. TO RENT FnnatshesTl nx-sas : farnara beat an ela tne light, ioowir IS Eanttera ave a. 2-U Terms at time of ale. C F. SMITH, Aactiaaeer. mowing machine, 2-horee rake, tedder, plows, eorw piaater. and. in fact, ail toola and empa. I '! "l : real estate will be sold for 14. Soft 00. The buildins-a carry aa insurance of S4oo 00. Is heme offered for sal ca account of death of owner. Let a tell you saor about any of these place. Beside trie bor. we ha v a la r ire ; lt4 wf esceptiorially good trade. Ask for aur ratio of farms. vrvri r rT-a.vi-Hrr stooisa to rf.vt . V-at. tawrtrsr ha-hta. wr'Vsrt be : St Hw asad-Ce)" BsjiMag 2 .varui street TrarvcwM Jv-. JSitf THE a A. FERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY live. Vt : to: a Wall Papers I have a nice line of new Spring Wall Papers at the right prices. Your inspection of them is invited. A. V. BECKLEV Successor to G. A. Wilkinson K. E. TeL 3t-t 46 Maia St.