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DA1LV TIMES, RARRK, VT., THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1913.
rilK HARRE Page's Woven Wire Farm Fencing at 20c, 25c and 30c per Rod Barbed wire and Staples. Wire Screen and Screen Doors. Poultry Netting. E, A. Prindle, Depot Square, Barre, Vermont BUSINESS CARDS HORTENSE KNIGHT Will Accept a Limited Number of Pupils on the Violin Special Attention Given ta Children ADDRESS 1-3 HILL ST. MRS. R. N. AUSTIN Shampooing, Manicuring Facial Massage, Chiropody g and ii Currier Building Telephone 18-M Barre, Vermont Ernest II. Bancroft, M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, 361-13 ' Alia the People' Line OFFICE AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARRE DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room 35, Miles Building OBlee hour. 9 A. M. to 12 M. end 1 :80 to 4 V. M., Monday, Tuesday. Thuniday end Frida. - Telephone Connection M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly lay or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. ' EAST BARRE, VT. TELEPHONE 22J-1 MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing Mnnnrc OWENS HI North Main Street Barre, Vermont 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 sprinp; medicine. Sold everywhere; liquid or tablets, 25 cents. . Three Generations Have Passed Since the Discovery of DOWNS' ELIXIR for coughs, colds and lung troubles, but thousands remain to tell the story of Ha wonderful cures. Sold everywhere. 1 JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of ! i e Jewelry, come in and see our splendid display. 10. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j soo Main St., Sole Agency for "Boston t American" in Barre. I 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 witti Ballard Strong Companies Mon ey sure Payment prompt FIRE Insurance Rales 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 sad 4 Ec'.dter B'ocfc, Barre, Vt 7 ? Hth fjtreai r cs Universitr Fine Cms block west of Droadwsy' NBW YORK. CITY. Within ey walklnj;dltnneefrornWhoia- ale end Retail Dry Tiuode District. Con. veniontly near Keilrond and Steamship Unci. The only modern absolutely flrs prool transient hotel below 2.td Streot. MO Kooiti. (200 with bnthl RATE I'ROn I..Mr DAV UPVVARD tsc.ll.ei R.M.ur.ni sad Csfe. Modcrste Fiieas. Send for tree Illustrated Guide and Map ot New York City. BIG CLOSING OUT Auction Sale of The Orange Lumber Com pany's Personal Property As we are jobbing all of our work, we will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on Saturday, May 3, 1913 at 10 o clock in the forenoon, at our farm in Orange, Yt near Perkinsville, formerly known as the Kmery Perkins farm, situated on the main road from I'lainfield to Kast Barre. and about 4'. miles from I'lainfield, Uarre City ana Last Barre: 11 HORSES described ag follows: 1 brown team, 5 vears old. weight 3,000 pounds: 1 gray team, horse and mare, 7 years old, weight 2.900 pounds; 1 brown team. 11 and 12 years old, weight 3,000 pounds; 1 team, gray horse and brown mare, 7 and 8 years old, weight 2,000 pounds; 1 7-year-old gray horse, weight 1,350 pounds; one 6-year-old bay horse, weight 1,225 pounds; one 11 -year-old driving horse, weight 1,000 pounds. This is no cheap bunch, but all good horses, nearly all young and well used to busi ness. All right for the farm, road ma- i chine, lumber camp or any place where heavy horses are wanted. 2 heavy 4 or C-horse wagons, 1 of them new, one 2 horse lumber wagon, 7 sets of heavy double work harnesses, 1 drive harness, lot of horse collars and 2 sets of 4 horse reins. CAMP AND LUMBERING EQUIP MENT, BLACKSMITH TOOLS, ETC, One 52-iral. oil tank, 100 chains all kinds, snub ropes, neck yokes, whiffle-J trees, spread chains, cross-cut saws, au- j gers, 50 axes, lot of axe helves, 40 cant; hooks, sledge hammers and wedges.: grindstone, ox yokes, 5 cook stoves, 7 ! box stoves, and a lot of stove pipe, J blacksmith's belows, 2 anvils, 1 Little Giant drilling machine, iron vise, set of dies and taps, lot of horse shoes, iron and other blacksmith's stock, 25 lan terns, 50 lantern globes, 20 lamps and hangers, blankets, spreads and straw ticks for lodging 75 men, 1 doz. bed springs,. 1 doz. chairs, dishes, including plates, cups, knives and forks, pots and kettles, fry pans, etc., used in feeding 75 men. A large lot of groceries, such as tea, coffee, spices, beans and peas in bulk, corn rueal, rice, etc., and many articles not mentioned. Here is a chance for the consumer, dealer or speculator at this sale, as everything goes, regard less of price. Hale positive, rain or shine. Lunch at noon. Terms at time of sale. HINMAN BROTHERS, Agents. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. WHITE STAR LINE loftan Aztrei-MerJiterraneii Cretie. May 17 Canspir. Jane 12 Bostan Queen efewn Li verpeol ONE CLASS CABIN (II.) SERVICE $rifl and upward, according: to steamer. ARABIC May 7. June I. July 1 CYMRIC May 20. June 17, July 15 OFFICE, 84 STATE STREET, THE iUt n WHITE STARMm, "Vermont's Most Progressive Line" The Old Reliable MONTPELIER AND WELLS RIVER RAILROAD THROUGH SLEEPING CAR TO BOSTON Operated Daily between Barre, Montpelier and Boston SCHEDULE SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND Leave Barre 9:30 P. M. Leave Boston 8:30 P.M. Leave Montpelier 10:00 P. M. Due in Montpelier 7:30 A. M. Due in Boston... 7:30A.M. Due in Barre 8:00A.M. This sen-ice is a daylijrht saver, enabling the business man to spend the day in Bcston, traveling by night. Utv'o This? We offer one hundred dollars' reward for any caso of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F, J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the lent IS yearn, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business trens artlone and financially able to carry out any oblitrationa made by hie firm. NATIONAL BANK OK COMMERCE, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cura is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 74 eenta per bottle. Sold by ail druggists. Take Hall's Family rills fbr constipation. A Card We, tha undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money ou a 60-ccnt bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if it fails to cure your cough or cold. Wa also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prova satisfactory, or rouuey niunum Red Cross Pharmacy, C. H. Kendrick 4 Co. George L. Edson, W. B. Miles t Co, D. C. Howard, Barre Drug Store, K. A. Drown, D. F. Davis, J. D. McArthur, McAllister Bros., J. A. Cummins;, J. W. rarmentcr. Best Medicine for Colds When a drug-fist recommends a rem edy for colds, throat and lung troubles. you can leel sure mat no known he is talking about. C. Uer, druggist, of Marion, Ohio, wriUs of Dr. King's New Discovery: "I know Dr. King's New Discovery is the best throat and lung medicine J sell. It cured my wife of a severe bronchial cold after all other remedUs failed." It will do the same for vou if vou are suffering with a cold or any bronchial, throat or lung cough. Keep a bottle on hand ail tne lime lor everyone in the family to use. It is a home doctor. Price 50e and H.OO. Guar anteed by the Rl Cross Pharmacy. Advt. CASTOR! A For Infants and Children. Ttia Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 81goatre of CUNARD Special Spring Sailing from BOSTON Franconia - May 13 SALOON RATES London $99.50 Paris $113.50 SECOND CABIN London $55.00 Liverpool $52.50 SPECIAL TOUR Boston-London-Paris and Return 22 days - - $132.00 Franconia - Laconia 18,150 Tons Built 1911-1913 The Largest Steamer? from Boston Sailing Fortnightly VERANDAH BALL ROOM CAF.E LOUNGE GYMNASIUM Apply to Tonr Local Agents N. B. Ballard, Miles block, Barre, Vt. ; 8. S. Ballard, Lawrence building, Mont pelier, Vt. ALLAN LINE BOSTON TO GLASGOW One Class Cabin Service (Termed Second) Numidian, May i Parisian, May .3 Numidian, June 6 Parisian, June 20 NO CATTLE CARRIED Rate, Glasgow or Derry $45.00 up Third Class, Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool, $30.25 Up. N. B. BALLARD, Barre H. & A. Allan, Agts., 90 State St., Boston FITTED WITH DOUBLE SIDES AND ADDITIONAL WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS EXTENDING FROM THE ' BOTTOM (0 the TOP OF THE VESSEL Will Sail from New York MAY3-MAY 24 and Regularly Thereafter. LEYLAND LINE B.sUi LiTerpt.l ( D i rcct ) On Claea Cabin Service (II) $00. Winlfredian. May II Canadian. May 11 Devonian, May IT Bohemian. Jans T BOSTON, OR LOCAL AGENTS 0LYMP ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OK INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS The condition of Paul Parrott of Wi nooski remains very serious. He was kicked by his horse, breaking his upper jaw and destroying one of his eyes. Mason S. Stone, state superintendent of education, has the unequalled record of having spoken in every town in Ver mont in the interests of educational work. Mrs. William Suprenant was quite badlv burned by escaping steam and hot water recently iin the kitchen of the Junction house at White Hiver Junc tion, where she is employed as pastry cook. The boiler was wrecked and the floor "as flooded. Fortunately there was no one else in the room at tho time. Mrs. Huprenant was taken home and it was found that her injuries, while pain ful, are not serious. At a special meeting of the Rutland it v council Monday evening, the alder men took a big slice off appropriations, leaving the schedule as follows: Koads and sidewalks, cut from $24,000 to 20 per cent, of the grand list; sewers from $5,200 to $2,000; bridges from $5,000 to 13.0011; general account from $40,000 to $:W,000; tire department from $11,500 to $11,000; lights from $14,5500 to $13, 000. The salaries of the regular flrecen were raised $5 a month. F. W. Wallace of Enolurg, superin tendent of schools in Franklin, Enos burg and Sheldon and also superintend ent of the department of public schools of the Franklin county fair, has ar ranged with the management to otrer premiums open to competition by all school, and academies in the county and bonatlde pupils in the same. About $100 is offered in prizes. It includes exhibits bv academies, graded and rural schools, also by individual pupils in the different graded Prizes will Io be awarded for exhibits in manual training. There will also be an agricultural section for gar den produce and (lowers open to pupils undsr 20 years of age, residing in the county. FORMER BURLINGTON GIRL COMPLAINANT Miss Martha Poulaillon Alleged That Dentist Atacked Her in Hia Office in New York City. New York, May 1. Ir. Albert C. Hoy, a dentist. 42 years old, of 159 Sixth avenue, U held in $2,500 bail by Mag istrate Herbert in Jefferson Market court for examination on a serious charge preferred by a 17-year-old girl who visited his thee. The complainant is Miss Martha Pou laillon of 128 Vet Eleventh stret. daughter of Charles Poulaillon, owner of 1 he Lumiere Jougla Plate company of New York and Paris, with headquarters at 75 Fifth avenue, .he was born in Paris and recently graduated from Wl lesley college. The family moved from Burlington, Vt., to New York, where her father has an extensive business. According to the story told the police, the young woman visited the doctor's of fit "unoMended later Monday afternoon to have a tooth filled. "Me removed one tilling." she declared, "and then suddenly asked me to step into a side room and wait while he pre pared a new one. I went into the room and iuit down on a davenport. I had been there only a minute when he came in and shut the door and bolted it. Then he attacked me. I fought anil screamed and managed to free myself, but my clothes were torn and mv arms black Verification of Deposit Books The bank commissioner of the state of Ver. mnnt has daaiirnated the month of May. 1911, as the time for the verification of deposit books in all the savin us banks of Vermont. In accordance therewith you are requested to forward your deposit book by mail or brina- it to ua, as is moat convenient for you. for verification, and at tha aame time you will please -ive your correct address. Books received by mail will be verified and returned at once. We desire a prompt response to this request and ausmest that you retain tha en velope covering the book in your possession. Address your communication to THE MONTFELIER SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO.. Montpelier, Vermont NOTICE APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given under section 8116 of the public statutee of Vermont that Uennaro tiarardinelli has applied for a license of the fifth elasa to sell intoxicating liquors on the ground floor, 243 North Main street, in the drug store occupied by the Barre Drug Co., in the Zanleoni block in Barre. Vt. ; a hear ing on the above application will be given at the city council chamber on Monday, May 6, 1819, at S:00 o'clock p. m. Per order of the city council. JAMES MACK AY, City Clerk. Barre. Vt.. April 17, 11. April 17-t4-May 1 NOTICE APPLICATION POR LIQUOR LICENSE Notice ia hereby given under section BUS of the public statutes of Vermont that E. A. Drown has applied for a license of the fifth class to sell intoxicating liquors at hia drug store on the ground floor, 4S North Main street, in said Barre, Vermont I a hear ing on the above application will be given at the city council chamber on Monday, May 6, 1V1S. at S:O0 o clock p. m. Per order of the city council. JAMES MAC KAY. City Clerk. Barre, Vt. April 17, 11. April 17-Z4-May 1 Electric Flat Irons Cheaper All $5.00 Irons now at the fol lowing prices: Simplex $4.00 Westinghouse 4.00 Exemplar 4.00 Hot Point 3.50 These Irons are all guaranteed and we are here to stand back of them. We also carry the $2.98 kind, but from past experience with cheap Iron3 we cannot recom mend them. Barre Electric Co., It. gArlk V,i. Ct MTkeeWk Rlnrk. We Want an Agent With Local Standing and ability to place before farmett and others who are anxious to improve their condition, a definite proposition. The Canadian Pacific Railway has the most libet at and attractive terms ever known, to offer to actual settlers on ill farm lands in Western Canada. Fads concerning this most prosperous seotion of Ihs Norih Aiurrtran Conuiieiit will entluiss the mn.t conservative. Write a! oom fnr'vll iianlrulars to W. R. Soyle I.... Agents, gut Wasfcuigion t oston, Mass. and blue. I ran to father's office on Fifth avenue and he took me at once to Judge Kwann, a friend of the family." Acting on the advice of Judge Swann, the police were notified and Detective Vitneh placed the dentist under arrest. When arraigned Dr. Hoy declared he had given the young woman gas to have a tooth extracted, and that while coming out of the anaesthetic she had been the victim of hallucinations. He was rep resented by Adolph Mayer, a lawyer of Kat Eighth street, and bail was fur nihed bv Vincent Fortunale, a dentist of I I'nion square. Acting on the advice of Asst.-uist.-Atty. Dickinson, doctors from Bellevue made an examination of Miss Poulaillon, They declared that no tooth had heen extra.-ted, nor had any gas been given her. The maintrate then issued another warrant for Hoy's arrest. GRANITEVILLE "The Ragtime Four," t.iat well-known Barre quartet, will furnish , the enter tainment at the baseball fair Thursday evening, -May 1. "inis is tne aame quar tet that made such a hit at the .Pavilion last Friday night. Don't miss this; it is a treat. Dancing after the entertain ment to music by Harris' orchestra. Ad mission, 10c. Public dance in Miles hall Monday evening, May 5, Riley's orchestra. Every other dance "a plain one. Admission 50c. BIG SURPRISE TO MANY IN BARRE Local people are surprised, at the QUICK results received from simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka, the German rem edy which became famous by curing appendicitis". C. H. Kendrick 4 Co., Druggists, state that this simple remedy draws off such a surprising amount of old foul matter from the body that A SINGLE DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas on the stomach and constipation INSTANTLY. Advt. FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Times wUl publiah Want. Lost and Found. For Sale. To Let, etc. bort adver. tiaemeita at the rate of four lines for twen-ty-flve eenta for the first insertion and five crnte for each aubseauent insertion. TO RENT. FIVE-ROOM DOWN-STAIRS TENEMENT, with ail modern conveniences, on Keith ave nue at fl&.UO. l?tf TO RENT Furnished room for two: fur ir. heat, electric lighta ; with or without board. Apply after 4 p. m. at 20 Cumer; street. Barre. 86t6 TO KENT Cottage at the L. D. Gale farm in Williamstown : newly papered and painted throughout Apply at farm. 6tl6 Tf RENT AT ONCE 4-room cottage, with large garden lot and apple treea ; situated on the west mil roaa s miles irora city. Apply to A. Martinetti. La Bounty farm. South Barre. irre. 86tf TO RENT 24 Elm street; vacant June 1. Inquire at 40 Elm street 34tf FOUR-ROOM DOWN STAIRS on Prospect street in good condition, at $11.00. 13tf INQUIRE ROBINSON & McALLISTER Aldricn Block TO RENT Four-room tenement with gar den, at Lord's alley; $8.00 per month. P. O. Wheaton, telephone St-i. $2tf TO RENT Rooms in the Mascott block on second floor, with large plate glass window ; suitable for store or office ; and three rooms on third floor. Will fit up to suit if rented at once. Apply at Barre Savings Bank at Trust Co.. Guardian, Barre. 2Stf TO RENT Six-room tenement R. S. Currier. Apply to 27tf TENEMENT Up stairs, to rent at 200 Elm street ; ready May 1. Inquire down stairs on the premises. 27tl TO RENT Tenement for small family, barns, cariage house, henhouse, two acres of tillage and two acres pastura land, with tenement Eight acres ot grass land optional ; 11 miles from Barre poatoflire on Quarry street, A good place for market gardening. Address Box 72. R. F. D. No. 4. Barre. Vt 26tf FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Modern conveniences ; gentleman preferred. Inquire of Mrs. G. M. Burroughs. 17 tnurcn street. Z2U TO RENT Front room, suitable for man and wife. Chance for woman to work lor board if desired. Inquire at 4 West street 1 1 LI FOR RENT Tenement at 1$ Elm street. Carl M. Perry, agent mi PER AFFITARE Una caa di otto camera accomodata per duo famiglia eon acqua di spring e dl eitti. Anche una gmasa casa di gallina a un giardino grande. $12.00 al mesa. 17 Baaaett street H. J. Siayton. tel. $02-W. 14tf For Rent Cottage house. Perry street $10. For Kent Double house. Branch street $12. For Rent Double bouse, Foster street $. For Rent Double bouse. Branch street $1 and $1S. For Rent Tenement Berkley court $8. H. A. Pb.El.PS CO.. Telephone 814-1 Milea Ballding TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few rooms, well furnished ; all modern im prove menu : hot and cold water : beta. Qoin- len Block, 172 North Main street WANTED. WAKTFD Stnripnts to TJUr- - t T"i .iH.Anl 1 sue special courses in Electrical . Engineering during the summer, Instructive and interesting work in laboratories. No entrance ex- aminations. Fine opportunity for ambitious young men. Also courses preparing for college. Write for bulletin to Prof. F. E.i Austin, Hanover, N. IL, 11 South T 1. 40t I tl JV. WANTED Ta buy a second-hand gentle- a m hvrrl. laauire ei street Sotf" WANTED To bay second-hand small iorta-1 ) e-n tn good condition. Mat sis ana pile. Attn Cabot Uaser--. .. si. a.is- WANTED Dead boraw to take war ta ' ej , . tv.fc.trri)W Crsaitrvtll. V- . u. a- K Bum: toleoaooja REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FARM WANTED OWNERS desiring to .ell or exchange for elly proiwrly. Writs Brtonne, Ii8 Duans street. New York t lty; COTTAGE TO RENT On Oward street, 1 vm of land and a large henhouse; rent l.no ier month by the year. 4Utf MEAT BUSINESS, fixtures and !. " East Barre, formerly run by h. M. Hutchlns Good equipment and right location. 40tf No. 680 One of thoee desirable small places Just outside the city limits. Owner haa pur chased a large farm and offera thia nearly new set of buildings, built only a few years ago for a home, and seven arree of land, very early and fine for market gardening and poultry ; splendid eight-room house and good barn with basement. All elapboarded and painted and in the best eondition. t torn this plnce can be sold from tSmuw to 7.00 worth of asparagus, besides rhubarb and other garden truck yearly. There are thirty-five fruit trees. Mail is delivered; grocery team calls; telephone, etc., affording all the advan tnges of the city without the disadvantages of high taxes, at. I'rice I3.20u.00. Better look it over. - 8,11 No. 14 Good grass farm! 150 acres, all machine mowing; large amount of wood and good sugar orchard, equipped. Good set or tools, etc. Buildings very good ; will be sold with seven good cows. 1 pr. steers two years old, 4 yearling heifers, all tools, wagons, harness, plows, sawing machine, and sugar tools, all for $2,200. There is a large amount of soft wood, estimated to be 60.000 ft. Seven-room house, and two barns, with base mint; near school. Price I2.20O.O0. Can be bought with a payment of 1700.00 down. Jitf No. 603-Small farm containing 70 acres of land ; one and one-half miles from depot ; good buildings ; near high school: very pleas antly located and near summer camp. House contains eight rooms and is in good condi tion ; will keep 10 cows and team. Good baatment barn. Price 12,000.01) Terms good. S7Lf No. 632 To exchange for city property. Farm located only three miles from two good markets; contains 124 acres; good sugar or chard of nearly 1,000 trees; partly equipped. Place will keep 18 cows and team. With the farm the owner will sell six cows, team, and all farming tools, can oe oougni vim t pavment ot s&uu.uu aown. or owner consider exchanging for good renting prop. rtv Enmiii. ..f the D. A. Perry Real Es tata Agency, Barre, Vt.. or of W. W. Perkins. Bethel. Vt.. R. F. D. No. 2. 1"12 SO-AIKE. fAKJVI, SU mim iron, " ,"r main road; comfortable buildings. With this - real estate will be sold 2 cows. 1 calf, 10 hens, i hnn. Ai4k 1 1 no iirt about 2 tons hay. farm wagon, aleighs, sled, farming tools, about 16 cords wood, about 60 cedar posts. 10 bushels potatoes, small tools. Price, if sold within next 10 days, only $1,350: $350 cash, balance monthly. D. A. Perry Real Ebtate Asenry Barre. Vt 0tf $1,600.00 buys seven-room cottage and barn In one of the best locations in the city, either for a home or investment; handy to granite works: house ia finished in wood; electric lights in house and barn : hardwood floors : cemented cellar; city water, bath, etc., etc. This ia a bargain and must be sold immedi ately. Let ua show it to you. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Barre. Vt. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Country rtore for sale. To settle the estate of Asa G. Dut- tnn th. toek of roods of A. G. Dutton A Co. will be sold. The stock consists of that usually carried tn a general country store. The building will be sold with goods if de sired. Inauiries can be made of Mrs. Mary J. Dutton, or Clarence K. Dwinell, Admr., East Calais, Vt FOR SALE A six-room cottage at 2S Divl sion street ; all the latest conveniences and a garden : about five minutee' walk from a down large stoneaheds. Apply to Mrs. C. Clark. 2 Division street Barre. a"! TOR SALE Modern house and barn in good repair, situated in the village of Williams tnwn At the nresent rental, it earns 11 per cent on the investment offering a very attrac tive income. It nust be sold to close an es tate. Easy terms may be arranged. Ben A. Eastman. Barre, Vt r-.-. i, (j . i f t ISA arM Alma for run onimraiui v -- sle. ton buuirv. s-irrey. harness, and a one- cow butter churn Louia DeUiois, 8 Laurel street Barre, vt FOR SALE The home farm of the late Edwin A. Sprague, consisting ot ia feTTT with comfortaole and pleasantly located build- ings, good spring water, ciose to nur- ...ii Tr. anM h unin to settle es- sttnli-v r. Wilson, administrator, Che! i. Vt 2ilf FOR KALE OR TO RENT New house on Nelson street wi h every modern convenience. Steam heat Apply to G. 1'aiwraon, 178 Washington street, rsrm. FOR SALE My two-tenement house on North Seminary street Rents for SiU.uu per month. Newly painted and tn gooo rep-ur. Dr. C. H. Kent For particulars i Steele, Howland bundling- I3!nf HELP WANTED. WANTED For the season, a man to work marnmi'. auiii, w v. ' 4otf Barre. WANTED Man or woman to collect names of ruptured people; all or spare time: good money; nothing to sell; particulars free. Capt. Collinae, Watertown, N. 1. WANTED A good machine polisher, quire at Preebrey-Coykendall Co.. Barre. ln 40t3 WANTED Few middle-aged men of good anDearance to travel, covering following towns: Montpelier. Plainfield. Williamstown, Middlesex, Waterbury, Mamhrield. Lanesboro. Grolon, South Barre and Fairmont All sum mers job. Address, statin aalary expected. Glen Brother. Rochester, N. Y. 4.th year. WANTED Six granite cutters. Also a sharpener for same. Apply to W. L. Carr A Co.. Waterbury, Vt WANTED Girl to work in my boarding house at Bethel quarries. Address Mrs. John Jackson, Bethel. Vt. R. D. . No. 2. BoJ WANTED First-class granite letterer. Ap plr Thomas Delabunty. 8811-8821 Ridge ave nue. Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED Granite letter and cutters; steady work : union shop ; 60 cents per hour : sir tools. F. C. Brandt 23 Brighton road. N. S. Pittsburg. Pa. 9t HELP WANTED Waitresses and chamber maids for hotels; girls for housework : boys and farm hands. Vermont Employment Agen cy, 12 State street. Montpelier. $t4 WANTED At once, young man in shoe store. One who haa had some experience. Apply at 170 North Main street, Barre. SStf WANTED Msn or strong boy to help milk is times m week and assist on the farm. M. L. Towne. telephone 214-6, Barre, Vt S8U' WANTED A first-class machine polisher. Apply at Geo. Straiton A Sons. Barre. M3 WE WISH TO ESTABLISH a connection with a thoroughly reliable salesman to handle high-grade atocks and bonds. In answering state experience and reierences. nuura Finance. Times office. Hia WANTED A girl for general housework end to go home at night Strength and will ingness desired rather than age and experi ence. Apply in person to Mrs. t rank Goye. 22 Eastern avenue, city. 37 tf ' : 7 : 7 WANTED A good man to run on ice cart thi summer: must come well recommended; none others need apt-ly. Good wages to right man. Apply to Ward A Son, Barre. Jif WANTLD By A. P. Abbott A Co.. someone to solicit frrwn house to house the sale of New Idea Maaaiinea. Swf ir.v-Trn l,-l ,.Ul.if.. snu AlH- er need apply. A. P. Abbott A Co. Mxi i : 1 ! W ANTED One gang , of stone cutters at onpss. Monumental work. Merw Moodier, vt Apriy to ! I IK MKX WAX Ii.LT AI fJJ.1 E to learn low retinn and driving by penence vy j 7,3 wt,. . ii. ; a-j. T.yrstr . , ,- !mu,t WANTED A man to good tnnker ana a g l au-eroun , r'TZftt MSS. lftg - WANTED Chambermaid and kit'-hea kelp, j Apply at one. A- 8. Sparrow. Moatpriier j House, MontpelieT. Vt lti i WANTED Three men to work oa farm by j 1XIST - ,unUy twtwsew Rare aad fesr?a c ssatra must be good milkers: also alfterr. a larht colore! svwt-ae hv-rs blanket. aecnaa for housework. IL M- alartm. laimioss. it - , tsrrn rmd. Kin t Th Owes Or Cettoa l et, Karhnrtan. Vt : steady wwrk. mod ray: lei learwer. tscht fro, and reretv ; ear while learning -""d ee Mf FOIl SALE. FOR SALE at City Auction Rooms, Pearl St. 1 refrigerator, 1 iron beds. 8 National springs and mattresses, 1 mantle bed, chairs, rocker, commode set almost new, 1 extension table, lace curtains and shades, 1 small stove. Inquire of O. H. Hale. 0t FOR SALE -Three good sound young horsea, one five, one six and one seven years old. weight 1,000 pounds, 1,100 pounds and 1.200 pounds. Ara accustomed to autns and extra good roadsters. 11. H. Martin, Williamstown, Vt. 40UU FOR SALE Two dressers, 2 stands, H mattrissus. W. Park street, Barre. 2 beds, 2 stoves, E. Morrison, ft 40t2e FOR SALE One second-hand Cadillac auto, left in my hands to sell, as parties have gone away. Has been run about 4,000 miles and ia good for 20,000. It will carry five passengers nd is a hanrain. I also have a second-hand covered carriage and a second-hand light order wagon, nearly new. Fur particulars apply to C. N. Benedict. 8 Eastern avenue. 8t4 FOR SALE CHEAP-Elkhart eushlon-tired buggy, leather upholstered, canopy top, in good condition ; also Quaker City grist mill, nearly new. Frank Wilcox, East BrookBeld. , ssts FOR SALE Nearly new top carriage bought of Collnn and warranted for two years. W ill sell very cheap. E. C. Persons, Northfleld Falls, Vermont. mi FOR SALE Two-year-old asparagus ' roots. 60c a hundred; also cedar posts. N. ti. Blan chard. Camp street; telephone 166-11. 26t6 FOR SALE Two-seated top buggy and a Corning style top buggy ; good condition. K. A. Lane, 24 Liberty street, Barre, tel. 181-12. 16t GLASS FOR SALE About 1.200 lighta of glass 10x14 will be sold for 4 cents a light. Inquire G. W. Chandlier, Perry's Real Estate office. 3tf FOR SALE One set of farm sleds, new, with two bodies and brakes, cost 166.00 to build : buy thia cheaper now than next fall. One new open buggy and harness slightly used. One cheap sleigh. One Columbia Phonograph, cost $30 ; to go cheap. One cheap light buggy. One good yearling colt. E. E. Maxfield. i'lainfield, Vt 2Utf FOR SALE Black Diamond Rubber Roof I Paint by the gallon, barrel or carload. It is water, weather, fire and sun proof ; weighs 800 pounds to the barrel. I am ready to paint or repair your roofs. E. L. Densmore, General Agent, 1 Pleasant street 24tf FOR SALE A 22 H. P. Fairbanks. Morse & Co. combined air compressor and gasoline engine; can be seen running; fitted to use gasoline or kerosene fuel. H. L. Clark, No. Montpelier. Vt 24t24e FOR SALE About thirty tons pressed hay, three miles from Williamstown. Stanley C. Wilson, Chelsea, Vermont 27611 FOR SALE New milch cows: also a few horsi. Butchering done. Apply to C. E Willey. South End Hotel Stables. 201U I STERLING FORCE-FEED SEEDER The hest Netdcr on the market ; and I STEVENS FERTILIZER SOWER used at farm last year. $30.00 each A. W. ALLEN ESTATE MINNIE E. ALLEN. Executrix s Averill's Mills Tel. 140-1 1 Second-Hand Cutaway Har row .....$18.50 1 Sub-Soil Plow $9.00 1 2nd-Hand Potato Digger $50.00 A. W. ALLEN ESTATE MINNIE E. ALLEN. Executrix Averill's Mills Telephone 148-1 STUDEBAKER BUGGIES 1 Physician's Buggy, a solidly built rig, 15-16 size, $49.00. A. W. ALLEN EST. MINNIE E. ALLEN, Executrix Averill Mills Tel. 148-1 STUDEBAKER WAGONS At Factory Cost We Pay the Freight Every Studebaker Wagon in stock to be sold this week at cost This includes Farm Wagons. .Gears and Trucks, 1-Horse or 2-Horse Rigs. Concords, Top Buggies, Buckboards, lxpresa Wagons, etc. A. W. ALLEN ESTATE MINNIE E. ALLEN, Executrix Averill Mills TeL 140-1 All Sizes of GASOLINE ENGINES AT ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt. Store Rooms and Repair Shop on Granite street. BARRE VERMONT LILLEY STYLE FARM WAGONS By far the handiest stylo of Wagon for use on the farm. We carry in stock all sires, One-Horse and Two-Horse Wagons.- COLTON, MONTPELIER SUMMER LAP PARCEL ROBES POST BY Washable Lap Robes 75c, 98c, $i.as Ureen Cloth Lap Robes. $1.45, $1.4.8, ft.98 Sjit postpaid in zone 1 on receipt of price. COLTON'S, MONTPELIER POULTRY EGGS FOR HATCHING from priie-winnina Single Comb White Orpingtons and Rose Comb Brown Leghorns : unexcelled as layers. Select ed mstings at $1.00 for 16. W. J. Heney. 257 Main street Montpelier. Vt Tel. 8S4-W. $3tl2 FOR SALE White Wyandotte eggs for set ting, from Regal and Hawkins strain, headed by cockerels from Cedar Crest Farm. Vernon, N. J. : $1.00 per 16 eggs. W. T. Campbell, $8 Madison avenue. Telephone 11S-11. 28 tf PURE BLOOD PRIZE WINNING White Orpingtons, raised in open front houses in Vermont Can t be beat for layers. 60 year ling hens and 6 cock birds for sale: fine breeders. $1.60 each and up. Write for prices by the lot Eggs for hatching, $2.00 and 81.00 per aetting of 16. W. M. B. Ferry. erry, 2ti Waterbury. Vt S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Pens headed by three winners of the blue at the Montpelier show last winter: eggs, $3, $2 and $1 per 16; one-half price after June 1. Chae. A. Spear, 21 Park street Barre. Vt lltf FOR SALE Columbian Wyandotte eggs for hatching. Records show why they ara the winter layers. Why not have the beat ei wr netting Call and see stock. A. C. EoorVt Orange street or "phone -W. IStf mo- S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Eggs lor hatching from the best winter layers. Send for mating list J. P. Corskie. 14tf ABBOTTS S. C. R. I. REDS Stock ia small quantities for sale; also eggs from selected maUnrs at $1.00 and $1.60 per set- A. P. Ab"" son, narra, ll. lill FOR SALE 100 b- C White Leghorn pul- . . f jn- c. D. Brockwsy. w,ir..mstow. Vt 4i FOR SALE White Orpington eggs for aet for s P, three. $i.o ting: Calastrmsa strain. I'en one ana two. e or is eegs. street, Barrs. Itf - 'i a -it-1 si u' " "n,n MISCELLANEOUS - - ,, ,.,.. . , . reXf.TiS T2: tPf mil W 4 arXf-Tt X. II asm ' ... um your monry. 0 North Mm mtrit. Hf LOST AND FOUND. Wii-iv.ul Bn.ter return to Mrs. Kmitk. '- strvs - t. nrrr . . t AWN V" FR! - l-aw aseia ekesaed. sharpea tst rep. ire. : .ill dl rr IM W liter esvm. " , - street, fsrybc 167-4. W Telephone S-W. J. -W. S ate rents. Aply at MiU.