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THE UAH HE DAILY TIMES, HAHHE, VT., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1013.
o Go to E. A. Prindle's For Andes and Household Ranges. Plumbing and heat ing job work of all kinds. DEPOT SQUARE That Corn IS a . Sure "Goner," Now "GETS-IT," the New-Plan Corn Cure, Gets Any Corn Surely, Quickly. You'll nay, ''It Uxn beat all how quirk HjiKTS-IT' jf"t tlit corn. It's almost inayic!" "UETS-1T" get ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS BUSINESS CARDS DR. G. L. T. HAYES I AND ( BLANCH ARD BUILDING Specialty, Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Office Hour : 6:10 to 8 P. 9 to 11 A. M.. 2 to 4 and M. i also by appointment TELEPHONE S3 STUDENTS REINSTATED. Ernest H. Bancroft, M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Tei.jAen, 161-11 AIm th, PeopU'i Lin OFFICE AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARRE DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, Miles Building Offin hours, 9 A. M. to 12 M. and 1 :80 to 4 P. M., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, VT. TELEPHONE 229-11 University of Vermont Seniors Were Out Only Two Days," JTUirlinjrton, March 21. -P. F. Kruse of HuHalo and K. fl. Owens of riainlielcl, the seniors of the University of Ver mont, who were suspended Tuesday i)y the comittee on discipline, were rein stated yesterday. President Benton would make no statement, prefcrrinir to have the an nouncement come from the student themselves. The suspension came as the result of a ride and dance in Hinesburgh on Tuesday, March 11, in which 22 per sons participated. The two boys in ques tion were suspended not because they were worse than the others but because it was alleged that beinir seniors the only ones in the party they ought to have set a better example. The under-1 graduate body are glad that the sus pended boy have been reinstated, and their acquaintances among the towns people are likewise pleased. Koger V. llulburd of Hyde Park is to be the Memorial day orator in Hr.tu-don. Fire starting from sparks from a lo comotive burned over 40 acres of white birch underbrush at Ks.iex Junction this week. MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS 121 North Main Street Barre, Vermont The Cause of Rheumatism Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de ranged kidneys are the cause of rheu matism. (Jet your stomach, Jiver, Kid nya and bowels in healthy condition by taking Electric Bitters, and you will not be troubled with the pains of rheu matism. Charlse B. Allen, a school prin cipal.' of Sylvama, ua., who suflered indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys, writes: "All remedies failed until I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Maybe your rheumatic pains come from stomach, liver and kid ney troubles. Electric Bitters will give you prompt relief. 5t)c and 1.00. Kec ommended by the Red Cross Pharmacy. Advt. "Never Could Do This Before. 'GETS-IT Made Every Corn Vanish Like Mufic" every corn, every time, as sure as the snn rises. It takes about two seconds to apply it. Corn pains stop, you forget the corn, the corn shrivels up, and its gone! Every try anything like that? ou never did. 1 here a no more fussing with plasters that press on the corn, no more salves that take off the surround ing flesh, no more bandages. No more knives, tiles or razors that make corns grow and cause danger of blood' poison, Ul.iS-H is equally harmless to healthy or irritated flash. It "gets' every corn, wart, callous and bunion you've got. "GETS-IT" is sold at all druggists' at 25 cents a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence & Co.,. Chicago. Sold in Barre by C II. Kendriek & Co.. E. A. Drown. Advt. RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE - - - ,342-21 A GOOD SPRING TONIC For biliousness, constipation, sick head ache, loss of appetite, malaria, get a bottle of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, the best spring medicine. Sold everywhere; liquid or tablets, 25 cents. s I ai 1 ! JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of Jewelry, come in and see our splendid display. S 0. J. DODGE. The Jeweler j 100 Main St, Sole Agency lor I "Boston American" in Barre. Are You Constipated? If so, get a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, take them regularly and your trouble will quickly disappear. They will stimulate the liver, improve your digestion and get rid of all the poisons from your system. They will surely get you well again. 25c at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Advt. Those Pay Dear Who Go without insurance. It is a high price to have the family suffer. Poverty in old age is an extravagant rate to pay for going without insurance. Insurance saves. It is the absence of insurance which costs. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) 8.' S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence building,' Montpelier, Vt. Mr. Fannie E. Crosby of Brattlekiro has two plants grown from slips given hr 43 years ago. One is a night bloom ing cactus ana the other pink am aryllis. According to a statement in the cur rent issue of the Hotel Register, Col. li P. Woodbury will make the Van Ness a summer hotel, open from June 1 to Nov. I, in Burlington. Mrs. Jesse Spencer of Lyndonville has been quarantined in her home practi cally all winter. First her three children had chickenpox, then measles and now one of them has just come down with scarlet fever. A CARD. A dose of patent medicine which Nick Pfenning of Forestdale took one day last week nearly cost him his life. The action of the heart was retarded and except for medical aid it would have proved fatal. More than 100 Baptists attended a dinner given as farewell to the Rev. Guy C. Lamson of Brattleboro, who for two years has been district secretary of the American Buptist association in New England. The dinner was given in Bos ton Monday night. Because she thought Isaac Mavor was wrongfully taking stones from her prem ises to use on the highway, Miss Anna McCornuck of Center Rutland climboJ into his wagon and they had an argu ment that lasted two hours. Miss Mc- Cormick has consulted a lawyer. Samuel Mcintosh observed his 03d birthday anniversary Saturday at his home in Northlield. Five persons were present at the little gathering, whose ages averaged 90 years. Mr. Mcintosh gets down street every day and is in ex cellent health. E8TATE OF ELIZABETH ANN HF.MIS. Slate of Vermont, District of Waahinirton, as. The Honorable Probate Court (or the Dis trict Aforesaid: To all persons interested In the estate of Elisabeth Ann Hernia, late of Flainfleld, in said district, deceased, UKEETINU 1 WHEREAS, said court haa assigned the 0th day of April next for examining and al lowing the account of the executor of the estate of said deceased and for decree of the residue of aaid estate to the lawful claim ants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons inter ested In said estate by publishing; this order three weeks successively previous to the day assitcned, in the Barre Dairy Times, a news paper published at the city of Barre. in said district. THEREFORE, yot- are hereby notified to appear at the probate otnre in Montpelier, in said district, on the day assumed, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. (liven under my hand, this 20th day of March, 113. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. March 21-28 April 4' FOUR LINES FOR 23 CENTS The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Sale, To l.t, etc. short adver. tisrments at tin rale of lour lines for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and tt'e renta fur each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE OR TO RENT My home place. Also furnlsbrd rooms : aleara heat and electric lights. O. J. Howes, 810 North Mum si. blt DOG LICENSES Notice to Owners or Keepers All dogs within the city one month old or over on the Hint day of April must be licensed on or before April 1, 11)13, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 237 of the public statutes of Vermont, 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 1 and before May 15, 1013: Females, $12.00; males and spayed females, $5.00. After May 15, 1013, all unlicensed dogs will be shot and the owners subject to a fine of twenty dollars. JAMES MACKAY, City Clerk. Barre, Vt, March 19, 1013. Two-Tenement House For Sale The largo two-tenement building known as v vh piMMnt siret. This is one of Ute best pieces of renting property in the city of Barre; is pleasantly located in a tine neigh borhood: la titled up with all modern improve ments' and is always rented. It is nrst-class pnirty for a borne or investment. Apply to JAMES MACKAY, Admr., City Hall Building. 4tl- FOR SALE. IDEAL HOME FOR SALE The land and buildings known as 9 James street, consisting of a large lot 113x85 fret, with a 7-room cottage 26x24 feet and ell' situ ated on same: this Is an exceptionally well built house with good cellar, steam heat, modern plumbing, electric lights, city water and a good well on the premises; no belter home In the city at the price. Apply at the premiers or at 4 Park street. MRS. MARGARET KESSON. 4U2 HELP WANTED. We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50 -cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if it fails to cure your cough xr cold. , VTa also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory, or money refunded. Red Cross Pharmacy, E. A. Drown, C. II. Kendnck & Co. D. . Davia, George L. Edson, W. B. Miks Co, D. C. Howard, Barre Drug Store, J. Di McArthur, McAllister Bros., J. A. Cumming, J. W. Parmenter. Three Generations Have Passed Since the Discovery of DOWNS' ELIXIR for coughs, colds and lung troubles, but thousands remain to tell the story of it wonderful eurea. Bold 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: $500, five years $4.75 $1,000, five years 7.50 Insure witn Eallard Strong Companies Mon ey sure Payment prompt Does High Rate of Interest Mean Poor Security? There are certain banking maxims which have come to be generally recognized. When a school boy starts in higher math ematics, he is taught that there are certain fundamental rules called axioms, as, for intsance, the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts," or "a straight line is the shortest distance between two points." 'v Bankers recognize axioms in banking just as much as mathe maticians recognize mathemat ical axioms in algebra, and one of the axioms in banking is this: "High interest rates mean doubt ful or poor security." It does not necessarily follow that notes bearing 10 per cent, interest may not be good, but very conservative bankers rec- on;7.G the fact that there are it ending paper paying 1U pe. .. interest which do not attend notes bearing half that rate. There is probably no bank in Vermont, and perhaps not one in New England, that banks on in vestments paying as low an av erage rate of interest as the Hyde Park Savings Bank. Its average rate on deposits, bonds and notes for the year ending December 31, 1912, was five and forty-six one-hundredths (5.46) per cent. Cities, towns and villages know that they can go to the Hyde Park Bank and get 5 per cent, money. The bank invites correspondence with selectmen and village trustees desiring at any time to make either tempo rary or long-time loans. The Bank carries continuously one hundred thousand dollars with two Boston and New York banking houses at 44 per cent., the loan being strictly on call and secured by a pledge of gilt edged municipal bonds, bonds which are a legal investment for Vermont savings banks to own. The question may be asked why the Bank pursues this course when it might just as readily place its money at six per cent., thereby enabling the Bank to declare larger dividends to its stockholders. The reply is .that the stockholders are satisfied with the dividends which the Bank is able to pay as the busi ness of the Bank is now con ducted. Banks investing in notes pay ing a high rate of interest are never able to say, as the Hyde Park Bank can- truthfully say, that in its twenty-four years of existence it has never lost a dol lar by a poor note. The Hyde Park Savings Bank makes no criticism upon other banks that believe it to be for their interest to pursue a differ ent course. It simply says to the people of Vermont: "If you like our way of doing business, we would like your deposits." It is perfectly safe to send your money to this Bank by reg' istered mail, check, postal money order, or express money order. In its twenty-four years of busi ness, not a dollar has ever been lost by a depositor sending mon ey through the mail. The Hyde Park Bank pays 4 per cent, to depositors and pays all taxes. A statement of asset3 and liabilities will be cheerfully sent to anyone. Address the President, Carroll S. Page, or the Treasurer, Frank M. Culver, Hyde Park, Vermont. News and Citizen. While B. M. Whitcomb was sawing wood in East Enosburg recently, the bal ance wheel exploded, one piece striking Eugene Jacobs on the forehead, cutting a large gash and fracturing the bone. Mr; Whitcomb was thrown against a pile of wood and was badly shaken up. Mrs. Lucy B. Adams of Barre, Vt possesses a Seth Thomas clock which is at least 150 years old and is still" in goo runing order. It i of the style invented by r.li Terry and was made and sold in Plymouth, Conn. The clock formerly be longed to the parents of Mr. Adams Boston Globe. WANTED First-class lumper, accustomed to handling large stone with traveling crane ; no other need apply. Apply to Presbrey-Coyken- dall Co. 4tf FOR SALE Farm of 75 acres, situated on south hill in William, town, 1!'. miles from depot and near to school ; suitably divided into tlllairu. nasture and woodland: sugar orchard of 300 trees or more: estimated to cut 2.000 run of hard wood: have wintered ta eaa oi cattle; house newly repaired, hardwood Doors, etc.; barns in good condition, new silo. For further particulars, call on or write to Benj. L. Bailey, Williamstown, Vt H6 t IfVAMAIHI I.'U IVil) C II P RF.UARDI.F.SS Or (UMT i hauled .nil repainted and ready for the road. Kvery mmliins guaranteed. Come and sea One M. 10 Buick, 5-pansvnger. One M- 27 liuick. 6-imNitt-ngtr. One M. IT Huirk, 6-pan.enger. ' Two M. F Iluicks, 5-paitsenger. One M. 10 liuick Roadster. One M. T Ford, A-HMtnger. One M. T Ford, 4 -passenger. DROWN MOTOR CAR CO. Jefferson Street Barre, Vermont FOR SALK- Seed potatoes, three choice va.; rietius : Sir Walter Raleigh, Rartlett'a Beauty and Vulcan; extra good yieldi-rs. C, M. ( lark, K. Montpelier. 'phone 3S6-81. 5t DO YOU LIKE EXTRA FINK BUTTER f Send $2.20 for a snmpte Mb. boa (by parrel post anywhere in Washington county i to the Jersey dairy of D. A. Kneeland, Mountain Home Farm. Waitsflvld, Vt 418 FOR SALE One 10x10 belt-driven air com pressor in first-class condition. Good bargain. Enquire of K. A. Bugbee A Co. 4tf FOR SA1.F. - AlitSme shawl, more than one hundred years old. Mrs. Frank Oilman, Chel- sea, Vt. SIS' FOR SALE - One good two-seated top car riage, 38S.OO ; H. H. Habcock top buggy, $35.00. K. A. Lane. 24 Liberty street, liarre. Vt. Tel. 181-12. 08t . , , I I ! FOR SALE One second-hand delivery wag. one; one Ameabury Concord bUggy, nearly new. Eastman Bros. 4tf FOR SALE--A five-year-old black pacing mare; sired by Abbott Wilkes; safe for woman to drive, and a good roadster; weighs 926 pounds; perfectly sound. Will sell rea sonably, as owner is leaving Barre. Can be socn at Papin Bros.' livery stable. 4tS FOR SALE An Edison phonograph with 62 large stonesheds. Apply to Mrs. C. Clark, 2 records : "will ploy either 2 or 4 minute rw. Division street. Barre. Ill ! or1. Call on William Peters, care of J. CV Bell, (milu.cn Hill. Montpelier. 2t FOR SALE A six-room cottage at 26 Divi sion street; all the latest conveniences and ai garden; about rive minutes walk Irom a aoten large sionesneus. Appi; Division street, Barre. FflD SA1K Finn nf ISO acres. Also for sale, top buggy, surrey, harnras, and a one- I FOR SALE Coffee urn, lunch counter and. cow butter churn Louis DeBlois, S Laurel other lunchroom appliances. Apply to M. 8. street, Barre. Vt. 2 a ..if I David, 248 North Main street. . Mi I FOR SALE The home farm of the late Edwin A. Siprague, consisting of 25 acres, with comfortable and pleasantly located build ings, good spring water, close to Brooklield village. This farm must be sold to settle es tate. Sttnley C. Wilson, administrator, Chel sea, Vt 2I6tf WANTED Capable girl for general house work. Call on Mrs. A. H. Burke, 117 Summer street, Barre; 'phone 161-2. 4t3 WANTED At enee, a man to work on a farm ; must be a good teamster and milker. A. Corti. R. F. D. Mo. 1, Barre etf WANTED First-class lumper and boxer. Apply to McDonnell A Sons, Blackwell street, city. 613 WAF'TED A woman or girl for general housework in a famliy of two. Apply at 66 Washington street. 292tf WANTED A young girl who la willing to assist in the care of small children. Apply to 2i Spaulding street, city. 4t2 WANTED First-class table girl at once. Apply at City Hotel: . 3(3 Orleans has voted to have a curfew law and hereafter any person under IS years of age, who is on the street after 9 o clock evenings without an older -er son, unless it be on band concert nights when the time limit is 10 o'clock, o when returning from an entertainment or with a written permit from parent or guardian, will be escorted home by tne proper authorities, llje age limit in the original ordinance was 10 vears but this was raised to 18 by vote. Howard, 11-year-old son of E. M. Phi field of 8utton, has a one-horse drag saw power with which he sawed 50 solid cords of wood last winter with the a- (stance of the hired man, who helped him roll the lugs that were too heavv for him to roll onto the machine. The boy sawed the wood faster than the hired man could split it and throw it hack:, lie ta sawing the same amount ttiia winter. Leon G. Elkins of North Troy com mitted suicide by drowning on Sunday morning in a stream back of the barn, leaving a note telling his familv where A- S .1 l L .1 :.!, i - .... iu iiiiu ma iHMiy. . mt. r.iKins was 1 years old and had been in poor health, which is given as the cause of his tak ing his life. His mother and sister were in Boston at the time. He was unmar ried, was an accomplished niu.icisn, a photographer and carried on the Elkins farm. j FIRE Insurance Rates REDUCED Severteen 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 j and 4 Bolstet Block, Barre, Vt THE MONTPELIER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD WINTER TRAIN SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 30. If 12. BETWEEN BARRE. MONTPELIER AND BOSTON. THROUGH yACTt leave Barre at 7:20 a. m. and Montpelier at 8 a. m. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, arriving in Boston at 41:45 p. m. . LOCAL TRAIN leaves Barre at 12:2' n. m. and Montpelier at 1:10 p. m. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, arriving la Boato at 8 p. m, TULLMAN' SLEEPrXO CAR Ira res Barre at 9:30 p. m. and Mont pelier at 19 p. m. DAILY, arriving ia Boa ton at 7:30 a. m. THROUGH COACH leaves Boalon DAILY EXCEPT SUN'DAY at 10 a. m, arriving in Montpelier at 9:18 p. m. and Barra at 6:40 p. m. TULLMAN' SLEEFTXG CAR te-aves Boston DAILY at 8:30 p. ra, arr;rir.g ia Montpelier at 7:30 a. m. and Barre at a. m. Peter Trovencal, a merchant of St. .Tohnsbury for 38 years, has sold his business to his sons, Arsino and Bilod- eau, and retired from active work. With one exception, Mr. Provencal is the old est business man in St. Johnsbtiry. Mr. Pronvencal's store burned 19 years ngo in a fire that destroyed a large bus iness block, but he started in again on a larger scale and has built up a suc cessful business. WANTED Two gangs of granite cutters for building work. N. Felaggi & Co., Northfleld, Vt. 8t3 WANTED A first-class horseshoer and all around blacksmith at once. Shepard & Hovey, Hardwick, Vt. 2t$ WANTED Steam drill operator at a quarry In Megantic, P. Q. Steady Job; good wages for capable man. Address P. O. Box 337, Barre, Vt. It FOR SALE An eight-roam cottage, al! modern conveniences, newly built. Apply to Boyce & Robinson. 25tf FOR SALE OR TO RENT New house on Nelson street wi h every modern convenience Steam heat. Apply to H. C. Patterson, No. 178 Washington street, Barre. 246lf F'OR SALE Three 3-vear-old cows, soon to freshen ; also 20 shoats weighing 80 pounds and up; also a nice driving harness, on pair of work harnesses nearly new : also top bup-gy. Will exchange for pigs, shoats, horse, lumber, or young stock. J. A. Cum ming, Barre, Vt. R. I). 2. Tel. 489-M. t08t FOR SALE About thirty tons nressed hav. three miles . from Williamstown. Stanley C. Wiison, Chelsea, Vermont. 276tf FOR SALE My two-tenement house on North Seminary street. Rents for 322.00' per month. Newly painted and in good repair. Dr. C. H. Kent. For particulars see Dr. C. W. Steele, Howland buidling. WHI FOR SALE My home farm, consisting of 40 acres, situated two miles from Barre; will winter IS head of cattle and team ; never-fail-ing water at house and barn. Apply to L. E. Owens, or telephone 3M2-2. SudtlH SOME ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITIONS IN FARMS LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU. DA VENDERE Due ease in Montpelier con . tute le nouve acomodita sono sempre antate si Vendano aprezo di sacrinsio esendo che it Padrone deve rimpatriare pr a fan di Famig- ' lia per srhiarimenti rivolgetevi ai Signor Ri rardo Trueba, 165 Berlin street, Montpelier. Vt 292t2 FOR SALE At once, one first-class safe. Enquire of A. A Smith at E. L. Smith A Co.'s. 90tf FOR SALE-Now milch cows; also a few horses. Butchering done. Apply to C. E. Willey, South End Hotel Stables. 201tf WANTED Three men to work on farm by the season ; must be good milkers ; also a woman for housework. H. H. Martin. Wil liamstown, Vt 306tf HALLS BARBER 8CHOOLSII! 814 Wash ington street, Boston, Mass. Wages, room, board, railroad ticket furnished by "61 Co operative Propositions." Get particulars. 80613 ! TWENTY-FIVE MEN WANTED to learn the auto business and prepare to fill vacancies at 316.00 to 340.00 per week. Special oppor tunity during spring rush. Write now, stating age. j he Maine Auto Company, 458 Fore street, Portland, Maine. 808t2S WANTED Family help at The Queen City Cotton Co.. Burlington, Vt. ; steady work, good pay ; learners taught free, and receive pay while learning. Good tenements ; moder ate rents. Apply at Mill. S01U6 w Jca it dsn on bun this farm complete with personal property, including nine head of stock (eight good cows and one yeaning heifer), two good horses, one dandy colt. 20 hens, two-horse farm wagon. Buggy, express wagon, two-horse sled, express sled, plow, har row, cultivator, horse rake, mowing machine, work harnesses, drive harness, all small tools and household furniture, etc. There are up wards of 100 cords of block wood all sawed, and fully 30,000 teet of logs and sawed lum ber. The property is only one-half mile from saw-mlll. Farm contains ISO acres of land, suitably divided ; the tillage lays well to till ; sugar orchard of 200 trees ; estimated 50,000 feet of soft wood lumber; fruit orchard; two barns, horse barn, henhouse, silo. House is small, containing five rooms, bat is comfort able. Please bear in mind that this place is within driving distance of Barre and the quarries, and four miles Irom village, post office, stores, etc. On R. F. D. route; is located on the main hiuhway and not far from neighbors. The first otter of 31,660.00 takes it. W.il sell with a payment of eljoo.OO down. Terms easy. COLTON DELIVERY WAGONS We sell wagons wita 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. TENEMENT of five rooms at 109 Washing ton street ; modern, central and desirable ; for rent April 1. Apply to A. A. Boyce, No. 1 East street, 5t3 FOR RENT A 6 -room tenement for small family ; electric lights, gas, bath : also a fine garden. Inquire upstairs at No. 78 Maple ave nue Mrs. Adell Scott 6t6 TO RENT Six-room tenement, 25 Brook street; all modern conveniences, .314 a month. Apply to H. J. Slaytan. 'phone 802-W. 6t WANTED. NOTICE A middle-aged American woman would tike domestic nursing. Address Mrs. W. E., Box 111. Washington, Vermont 4tl6 WANTED To buy a good, all-around farm horse : must be a good worker and driver and safe for lady to driw.anywhere. D. J. Briggs, Williamstown, Vt N. E. 'phone 381-5. 4tf a DOS! keeper, either single or double entry, or as a cashier. Address "S. .," care Times otnre. 4tS No. 567 Located in the city of Barre, one .nils from city hall, postoffice. etations, etc. ; contains 60 acres of good land, which lays very well ; good fence ! fruit orchard : plenty of barn and shed room : good henhouse and horse barn ; extra good bouse, having bath. jtc. Price 35.000.00. Owner mignt exenange for city property. Terms, one-half cash. TO RENT Up-to-date six-room tenement Inquire 19 Highland avenue. 4t6 TO RENT Heated 3-room flat: private bath, set gas range, the best in the city. Apply G. A. Lane, 57 Elm street or teL 269-M. St3 TO RENT Five-room tenement for rent No. SS Long street. Enquire at tenement, or of Albert Johonnott, Montpelier. Rent, 3S.00. SOStf No. 476 0-acre farm with good level tillage and goo I set of buildings; sugar orchard of 1,000 trees. This is a river farm situated three miles from two good, live towns. Can be bought at this time for 32,400.00 and w cer tainly a bargain. Good terms. Owner has other property, reason for selling. WANTED By a single girl, a position doing general housework. Tel. 818-22, Graniteville, Vt 3tS WORK WANTEDA Finn girl would like position doing general housework. CaH un M. Erickson, tel. 818-22, Graniteville, Vt 8tf 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 No. 679 tl. 100.00 buys this .farm : lorated on main road from Williamstown to Chelsea, five miles from railroad station; Owner has kept 20 cows an! team. Farm contains 170 acres and is up in good shape. Fair buildings ; three barns : running water at house and barn ; on R. F. D. route ; plenty of wood and lumber enough for the farm. Can be bougnt witn a TENEMENT TO RENT Five rooms, an stairs, corner Maple avenue and Seminary streets. Inquire C. W. Melcher. S02tf For Rent Cottnge house. Perry street M9. For Rent Double house. Branch street, 312. For Rent Douhle. house, Foster street t. For Rent Double house. Branch street $19 end $15. For Rent Teaement Beckley court. $8. H. A. PKELPS CO., Telephone 314-3 Miles Building TO RENT An 8-room cottage, also barn, henhouse and large gnrden, at 21 Division street Call oa John Collins, 5 Hill, sti-eet. 2?8tf TO RENT Desk room in front ollice with payment of 8500.00 down ; price includes some I "rf1 mu"t OI "oor space, good light irteom WANTED Plse to work n . f.. -I Ibere is a tenement lo rent Address Theodore Abair, West Berlin, R. F. D. 3, Box 64. lt WANTED To buy one hundred head cattle to turn out H. J. Smith, City Market ltf WANTED To buy 7S head of cattle. tenements to rent A. Tomaai. Also 111 I ersonal property. No. 436 200-acre farm with sugar bush of 1,000 trees and 60,000 feet of soft wood lum ber, for only $1,3 )0.00. This property is lo cated about eight miles from railroad. Large ten-room house, and barn 80 x 40 ; shed 14 x 20. Two and one-half miles to creamery and on R- F. I)., about three-fourths mile from saw-mill. Will sell with a payment of $500.00 down. You will look a long while before you And ao much for so low price. No. 641 Located three mile from good. hustling town, one-man farm can be bought same office con be had if desired. Call at rooms 5 and 6, Currier block. J. C. Gricrgs. 283tf TO RISNT Upstairs tenement, 6 Second street, near Main : low rent if taken immedi ately ; spring water. Apply on premises, or to E. E. Parker. 69 Washington street 268tf TO RENT At No. 17 Laurel street, a . room flat, third floor; hot water, set tubs, elec tric lights, etc. Inquire of EL L. Smith. 21 Went street City I74tf . sa.mno .it I, - n..n..l f in ,111 OO rfn.n I . y.iov' ir-rcma A r li'n -1L. ,.t u .T. i i ,ow rooms, well lurnuhed; all modern tm- Contains 60 acres, of w hich 20 acres are in : v. m,,.... ou rZ,JL. I provemente : hot and cold water; bath. ""' " " w, " r ; len Ulock, 172 Worth Ma n street and team ; buildings are comfortaule ; barn Vermont Municipal Bonds BOUGHT AND SOLD The Hyde Park Savings Bank is al ways able to supply investors with gilt edged town, city and village (Vermont) bonus, Correspondence invited with par J-!! :. .. r lies ut'sirmg euner 10 uuy or Sell. WANTED Dead horses to take awsn Barre, Montpelier, Websterville. Graniteville, find East Barre. F. K. Bailey: telephone call, 366-W. 296 mo LOST AND FOUND. AUCTION SALE or HOUSEHOLD GOODS As the people art breaking up house keeping, I will sell at public auction to the "highest bidder, on Saturday, March 22, 1913, at 1 :30 o'clock in the afternoon on the premises at N'o. 7 Church street, Barre, City, Vt., the following: 3 iron beds, mattreases and springs, 3 dressers, 2 commode, 2 couches, 8 rocking chairs, different patterns; also kitchen and chamber chairs, dining and kit. hen ta ble, 3 stands, baby 'a iron crib and mat tress, bedding, sheets, pillows and alips. 6 wash bowls and pitchers, 20 yards of nice linoleum, mats and rugs. GOOD MAGEE RANGE, new pipe, and hot water attachment, also hot, stove, washing machine, tub, boiler, clothe wringer, mop wringer and clothe bars; picture, aurora, crockery, glass, iron, tin and wooden ware, with rnanv ; article not mention,. A good time I to pick up some (rood roedium-prired I furniture. Term at time of a!r. C. T. SMITH, Aactieiiw LOST A string of gold bead between God fard seminary and 107 Bummer street Finder pleas return to ( Richardson street and re ceive reward. - 4t3 Quin- 249tf TO RENT Five-room tenement at 4 Cleve land avenue. Steam heat in the cellar : all modern improvements. Call at the house. 248tf has basement. Is on R. F. D. rout and cream is gathered; must be sold to settle estate. This is a bargain and will not remain on the market long. No. 545 An exceptionally well-located larm, TO RENT Tenement in the French block, containing 115 acres; 40 acres of level tillage; ow Itiyea's store, suitable for taking roomers, land is free from stone and ledges : barn s i Also small tenement on Railroad street Apply 100 x 84 and is in very fine shape : nine-room , to Oeorge A. Reed at city engineer office, or house with ell and shed; nice running water j at 34 Orange street 24 ltf at house and barns; cream is gathered. Price ' only $3,000.00, an-t terms $500.00 down. miles from railroad station. Two LOST Olov. between Miles block and post office; will finder return to this office T 6tl BOARD AND ROOMS. ROOM TO RENT Furnished or unfur nished. with heat, light and bath; within five minutes' walk of Spaulding high school. En quire at Hilltop, between 41 and (1 Hill street Mrs. L. M. Averill. 29612 TO RENT Tenement at 8 Blackwell street Five rooms: electric lights: city water. I n ouire of Consolidated Lighting Co., Howland block, room 10. 210tf POULTRY TO RENT Furnished rooms: furnara. ht ana electric iignis. inquire is fcjutern ave nue. J82tf NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM3 TO RENT Steam beat electric lights, excellent beds : at 10 Averill street. Telephone 209-3. 2Sllf TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310 No.- 632 River farm on lh main highway leading from Bethel to Randolph, three mites from it her tow n. There arc I2i ac res of rood land ; level field and an extra fine aurar place, equipped. One of the best farm houftea, with modern, open plumbing; hard wood floors, jvis4s rwrh anil n 1 ntrl v rt I sn n n f nlair Threw jrood barns, one 40 x 60 ; one 30 x 60;' FOR SALE 1 00 S. C. White Leghorn pul and borae barn. 25 x S5 feet. Farm will keep I lets ; also extra for settingr. C. D. Broekway. 16 cowa and team; ailo. 100 toni carutrity ; j Williamatown, Vt. 4tf located near school and neighbors. Owner 11 will sell the real eatate with a payment of! SUNNY DALE BIRDS are bred for winter $600.00 down and will ael! etork and tools at ! lyinc ; Sintrle Comb Rhode Island Reds ; also right prices. Price for alt, $6,000.00. White w yamtottea, mttton strain; stock direct fast year; $2.t0 per 1ft etrxs. Mrs, Geora-e W. No. C35-Ieirable amall farm for only . CotTrin. North Montpelier, Vt. $t $1,400.00. Thts property is only three and one- j ; half miles from Montpelier stations, market,! FOR KALE H hite Orpin ton extrs for set srhools, stores, etc., etc.. and is an idral plarei'nK; Calaatrasn trnin. I'en one and two. $2 for market xardemnx and poultry. The till-, for 15 n three. $1.00 for 16 erxs. axe lavs well: there is xood water, telephone. A. iliiams, 131 Hashinxton street, Barre. and mail ia delivered; will carry $ to cows and team ; some wood and plenty of fruit, HO barrels of apples beinx the yield last saon ; barns are emfrtable. There are $6 acrea of land : aoil ia very rich. Good chance for man wantinx to work in the mill clute by a part of the time. Better look this over. Would like $750.00 cash. No. Ell A eorVinx xood farm, eontaininx 2S0 acres of land, suitably dmdd; will kep SO cows and tram ; produces tS tons of hay; 000 suxar trees and xood inat orrhard. One barm is 44 x rO feet with two floors ; borw bam ia xod site, and buiidtnx! are in com fortable shape. Three miles from ratlmad tat ion, churches, stirres, Mxh school, etc There are two nouses on this farm; farm house contain ten rooms, and new rot t a ire of is. rooms. !4est of water at ivwise and barn. Price, includinx I cows, $ yrariinan, 4 calve. 1 rexistered Hobtein bull, ltl hnr. 3M hen. tow inx snarhine, 2-borse rake, tackier. pk , corn planter, and, in fact, ail ttiots and rmps, $:.a-n.Q; real estate will be sold for $4 .Siw The buildtntrs carry an i&tniraoce of $4.tu43 Is fcaeinx offered for sale oa account of death of wnr. Lei ws teTI yvm snore about any of the plaa-ea. Bestdea the a bore, we have a l-xe lst of eTuooaliy xood tradn. Ak for our catVx of fanne. lit ADVERTISE YOUR WAXTS IX THE TIMES AXD GET SURE RESULTS the D. a. rtnnr real estate acevct Ttligasm Ceeiaenisa Wall Papers I have a nice line of new Spring Wall Papers at the rifrht prices. Your inspection of them is invited. A. V. BECKLEY Successor to (. A. Wilkinson ti. E. Tel. 3ttt 4 Maia St. BUa4-Ca BwUief Ham, Vt $r.tt