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TIIK UARRH DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT,. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1013.
7' ROOFING PAPERS Two and 3-Ply Gauntlet; 1, 2 and 3-Ply Tropico; 2 and 3-Ply Amazon; Amatite Gravel Roofing; Build ing: Paper; Tar Coating for Roofs; Evcrjct for Tin and Iron. Special Low Price in Quantities. i E, A. Prindle, Depot Square, Barre, Vermont Slat of Ohio, City of ToUdo, Lueaa county. .S- Krnk J. Cheney make oath that h i senior partner of th firm of V, J. Cheney V Co., doing hueineaa In th rily of Toledo, eoun. y and state aforesaid, anri that raM firm will pay th aum of ONE HUNDRED IKJU.AK.S for each and every ease of ratarrh that cannot be rural by th ua of HALL'S tATAKHJl CUKK. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn in before me and eubeeribed in my presence, thla 6th day of December. A. P. (Seal) A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall'a Catarrh Cur ia taken Internally and acta directly upon the blood and mucous eur- races ot the eystem. Bend lor testimonials, free. V. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, 0. Sold by all druiritiiti, 7Se. Take Hall'a Family Tilla for constipation BUSINESS CARDS DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Teculiar to Women Office Hear t to 4 P. Mu. Taeiday, Thuraday and Saturday Al-e by Appointment . M and 5 Blanchard Building TeL 33 Flic are here. Oci your screens for window i and door at th C. L. tugbo mill. COLVIN & PERKINS Electrical Contractors and Builders FIXTURES AND STJPM.IES WIRING AND BUILDING It North Main Street Barre. Vermont I Ernest II. Bancroft, M. D. C Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College ' N. K. Telephone, 361-11 Alas the People'! Lint OFFICE AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BABRB THE WHITE STAR LINE'S DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, Miles Building Offlc hour. A. M. to 13 M. and to I P. M-. Monday, Tueeday, Thuraday and Friday. Telephone Connection Me J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calla answered promptly day or night An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, VT. TELEPHONE 22-l Mew IfflYMPIfH I 7 h . 6A 1 1 PARISH fa I I ALLAN LINE BOSTON TO GLASGOW One Class Cabin Service (Termed Second) Parisian, June aj Parisian, July s Numidian, July 5 Numidian, Aug 8 NO CATTLE CARRIED Rate, Glasgow or Dorry $45.00 up Third Class, Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool, 130.25 Up. N. B. BALLARD, Barre H. & A. Allan, Agts., go State St., Boston ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OP INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTION8 The grand list of the town of Hen mngton Jim increased over 2,(M)0 sim last year through the abolishing of off The 91t marriage license to he i sued m tiiirnngion during JH13 was granted Thursday at the city clerk's office. Mr. and Mix. liar 11 a served the 4.)th anniversary of their wedding Tuesday at their homo iu West Hrattleboro. Iiclui of CUNARD MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS 111 North Main Street Barre, Venaen RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular . .. music TELEPHONE . - - 342-21 output now 800,000 weekly. By far the largest selling brand of 10c cigars in tho world. Factory. Manchester, N. H. A GOOD SPRING TONIC For biliousness, constipation, sick head, ache, loss of appetite, malaria, set 1 bottle of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, the best spring medicine. Sold everywhere; jinuid or tablets, 25 cents. LONDON Plymouth -Cherbourg Southampton JUNE 14 AUG. 2 2:00 P.M. JULY 5 AUG. 23 WHITE STAR LINE Bostin-Azores-Mediterranean Cretlc, June 28 Canopie, July 19 Boston Queenatown Liverpool ONE CLASS CABIN (IL) SERVICE ISO and upward, according; to steamer CYMRIC June 17. July 15. Aug. II ARABIC July 1, July 2. Aug. 21 LEYLAND LINE Boston Liverpool (Direct) One Claaa Cabin Service (II) $50. Wlnifredian. June 14 Canadian, Jaly I Devonian, June 21 Bohemian, July 12 OFFICE, 84 STATE 8T., BOSTON, OR LOCAL AGENTS BOSTON Queenstown, LI verpool.London Laconia June 24 Franconia July 8 Laconia July as Franconia Aug. 3 Laconia Aug. 19 and fortnightly Franconia and Laconia 18150 Teas, Ike Latf est Steamers freai Eoitoa New York Fishguard Liverpool t elling at Queenatown Campania Tune 18 Carmania Jane 28 New York, Mediterranean Pannonia . : June 24 The 00th anniversary of the Wash meton county grammar school will be held J lmrsday, June 1, with a recen tion and dunce at Montpelier. I'unils of tho ninth grade of St. Johns bury have gone on a trip to Boston and vicinity, having through their own ef forts raited $173 for the trip. When completed, St. Johnsbury will probably have a grand list in excess of . 0,11(111. llier is a large increase in ths amount of personal property taxed. An active campaign of repression and punishment is being waged in- Rutland against peddlers who refuse to comply with the state law in procuring licenses, Mrs. Lvdia Puffer Clark of St. Johns- bury, wife of John C. dark, general su perintendent of the E. & T, Fairbanks company, died Friday after a long ill-pes. N. B. Blfard, Mil block, Barre, V t. : S. 8. Ballard, Lawrence building. Mont pelier, Vt Auction Sale Saturday, June 1 4lh, at 2 p. m. On vacant lot near Depot square, lot of household goods to be sold to the highest bidder. List your goods early if you want them sold Saturday. There ia already a large list booked for the sale. Watch our ads. 0. H. HALE, Auctioneer. 1 When YOU want a piece of j Jewelry, come in and see j our splendid display. " ! jewelry ! ! ! SO. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j ! aoo Main St, Sole Agency for . "Boston American" in Barre, J j 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 with Ballard 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 t and 4 Bolster Block, Bam. Vt H. M. FARNHAM'S 22ND BIG COMBINATION AUCTION SALE Lots of people are asking and inquiring for our next sale, so I will hold mv next big combination auction sale of horses and other property ojt FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1913, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at mystables at 36 Xorthfield street, Mont pelier, Vt., 10 minutes' walk from the Wells River R. R, station, where all trains on both railroads stop. I HAVE 25 FRESH HORSES Have been Weit since the last sale and have some extra good double teams and nice single horses 'most any weight and for 'most any place. ALSO 30 COMMISSION HORSES including single and double workers' and drivers, livery and family horses. Will describe some of them: 1 pair of 7 and 8-year-old bay horses, good business team for farm or road, weight 2500 pounds; 1 pair of black, 10-year-old horses, good medium-priced team; 1 brown, li-year-ohl horse, weight 1,150 pounds, good worker; 1 gray, 12-year-old mare, good farm beast and brood mare; 3 light livery horses; 1 8-year-old bay horse, weight 1,100 pounds, one of the best saddle horse in the state, has been ridden by a lady the past year, nice driver, sound, kind and fearless; 1 pair of medium-priced farm horses; 2 good, heavy horses for truck or ex press business; 1 buckskin horse, has been used on express team, owner wants heavier horse; 1 pood, 9-year-old family mare, right for lady or children, and many more that we do not have room to describe. We will have horses enough and buyers from many parts of the state. Oiir three last sales have been hummers best yet, " We will have the usual number of road wagons, open and top buggies, farm and express wagons, new and second-hand, single and double, work and drive harnesses. I have in a fresh supply of summer blankets and robes, and plenty of those good whips and halters. We also have one or two job lots of small tools and odds and ends of property that people wish to dispose of. Kearly new Stoddard churn; Tunbridge plow; 100-egg rapacity incubator; nearly new Eureka corn planter. Come to our big June sale. 1 have sold more fresh horses than ever this spring, and with our auction sales will try by square dealing and business courtesy to make this the largest horse market in the state. Bring in what you have to sell. Everybody welcome. Lunch room on the grounds. Usual terms of credit. H. M. FARNHAM, The Horse Man. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, VL D. A. PERRY, Clerk. Commissions charged for selling horses All over ."0, 5 per rent; at! under $50. 8 per cent. Xo horse told or put through the ring for less than 82.00 commission. A commission will be charged for all horses sold either at private or auction sale on the grounds auction days. Cattle, hogs, poultry, wagons, harnesses, farm tools, furniture, and other property, 10 per cent, commission. A life-sized portrait of fien. Phil Sher idan has been presented to Chamberlain post, (!. A. R., of St Johnsbury, by S. (). Todd of St. Johnsbury Center, who painted it. The taxable property in Brattleboro for 113 is 81,008,501) more than in 1912, flue larcrelv to the aboliahinff of orTupfa- 1 The total list is $7 $76.(174, and the num ber v.f polls 2,120, an increase o 155. Representative Herbert A. Staten of Vernon, who was shot bv Hugh Collins, ' Sunday and is at the Brattleboro Memo rial hospital, will probably recover. l'art of one of the bullets Ired at him was found, where it had evidently dropped out of the gaping wound in his forearm. acres, which Is well stocked. In one of these ponds, trout weighing 33 ounces was caught last year. This farm is owned by II. M. Ward or .New iork. who purchased the prop erty about nine years ago, largely as a money-making proposition, but gave up that idea and now uses it as a pleasure rifurt, where he and his friends may rome for fishing and hunting, without infringement of the law. He ia a well-to-do wholesale grocer. The number of deer in the park is unknown, as they are wild and no effort ia made to tame them. They eat about 1,000 pounds of hay a week in winter. and it is necessary to cut hemlock trees frequently, as they could not live unless they nad the tops of trees to browse on. FOUR LINES FOR 23 CENTS The Times will publieh Want. Lost and Found. Vor Sale,- lo Let, ete. abort eilver tlaemelta at the rata of four llnua for twenty-flee eenU for the Ant Inaerlion and Ave eenta (or aaeh eubeequenl iniertiun. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE. ONE GRAMOPHONE KOR SALE With t number of two and four-minute rerorda; ll perfwt order; will be aold cheap. Apply ta 80 Maple avenue. TStf FOR SAI.K Two light cheap hone ; (ontf workuri. Inquire of E. 11, Saxhy, Unios 'phone. Mannhfteld. Vt. - , T4t FOR RA I. E Self-contained cottage of 1 rooma and bath ; hot and cold water ; furnace heat: corner lot, HSV-jxttfW ft.; for hnmrdi- ale aale, aa partire are leaving town. Apply to William Urown, til John atreeL . 7iUo' Money as Necessary as a Can Opener. In the June American iMagazine, Kin Ifrbbard writes a funny article entitled The Relation of June to Wedlock." Fol lowing in an extract) o matter how well mated a couple may he, th' union II not endure with out a little money, .Money is as neces sary t' th' modern home as a can open er," er a couple o' extra foldin' card tables. "You can't be hungry an', eniov tliat feelin o' security that comes with a fair salary. Somehow a young wifa never feels th' same toward a husband after he fails t' provide for her. Even a jay bird knows enough t'look after that end o' th' game. Jist t' show how necessary money is t' a happy union o' hearts, love'll oiten vanish with th' advent o th young wife's first dental bill. Sometimes a i young couple'll seem t' be just cut out icr one another an' they II be-th' envy an ttr bridge cluls, then th' bus- band'll feel a longin'.fer a new busi ness suit jist as his wife's hat goes out n' Ltn a . . . . . i.ll "If a wife has indulgent parents her uusiiana ii oiton love her ail her father gits tired payin th' rent, an' there th' romance ends." KOR 8A LE Two-tenement home, good rent ing property in Harre City. Or will ex change for white birch timber land. h. M. Trow, Cllftondale, Mans. 72tf For Sale or Rent Patterton's rhalr factory and 'aaw-lhlll' at Pompanooeuc, Vt. Uood water power with team auxiliary and fully equipped! two-atory tenement adjacent. Amea itram 'saw-mill at Norwich, Vt (Lew laton P. O.) Fully equipped and ready for operation; aide track to railroad; beanie Con necticut river. Inquire of or write to JOHN C. SHER BURNE, Randolph, Vt 6ut2 FOR BALE Modern cottage houne and barn ; hou.e contains aix rooma, bathroom, pantry and woodahed ; large plana, gaa, hot water heating, city and spring water. Lot HHxUS; large garden, apple and shade trees, beautiful terraced lawn; view ia unaurpaaaed. If you are looking for an ideal aome, call on William McDonald 63 Park atreet. 66tf FOR SALE One double carriage, 1 aingll carriage, 1 ehnir back lik-ht buggy, 1 driving narnena. All aeconri-hantl, but in good repair Geo. E. C Wheaton, Eaat Hill, Harre, Vt Tel. 8D6-11. 78t FOR SALE Hounehold furniture; a! home, wagon and eleighi. Home ia gentle, quiet and safe for a lady to .drive. Will !' all cheap if bought at once. .Can be seen at 202 South Mnin street. 7316 ' FOR SALE -Cabbage planta. Apply to J Edwarde. 8 Pros pert avenue. Barre. 70t ' FOR SALE' Two 'delivery horaea. aa w have pun-haaed an auto delivery. Wa would like to dijpoe of horaea at once. Apply Barre Steam Laundry. .- , out! IOR fiALE-Cedar TpoeU In any aise and quantity. Inquire of W. H. Martin, Plain field, Vt. 70t26 EDISON PHONOGRAPH OUTFIT fo salt $30 machine, flower horn nnd attachment ; playa both 2 and 4-mlnute rerorda: 100 rernrdi and cabinet See L. A. Carpenter, No. ( Keith avenue. 6311 TWO BARGAINS IN HOUSES To close the Hadley eatata, I muat aell two tenement houaea. one a 4-tenement house at the corner of Seminary street and Mapla avenue, and the other a 2-tenement house on Harrington avenue. Will pay handsome income on what they can be bought for. Tenements in good pair and well rented. Apply to c w. Molcher, admr. 63tf FOR SALE A two-tenement house, near atona sheds; rents for 128 per month and will pay 14 per cent, on Investment inquire at 107 South Main atreet. 2tf TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE AND BARN with extra lot, some fruit : bast location In the city FOR SALE Reirl.tei-eJ Rnern.oV hull rail from a healthy herd. Irving W. Bates, Eaat Barre, Vt; N. E. phone 234-13; People's line. . ' 65tl Just Arrived at Plalnfield, Vt. a Car of RED CEDAR SHINGLES from Pacific coast. Beat grade of Cedar Shin glea made. For sale at prices that are right, - by -I). IJ. DWINELL Fast Calais, Vt. On sale at both Plainliald and East Calais. FOR SALE-Horses, all sites and deacrip tions. C. E. Wtlly, Barre. 201tf FOR SALE One Duplex 419-ft. belt-driven air ompressor; first class condition, at Three minutes' walk to poatoflire and car line. ; bargain : also belt One 60 H. P. electrla Inquire at 107 South Main tareeb eztf BERLIN. Hunal . Cheney, who has been em ployed at Ruena Vista farm, Windsor, as returned home on account of the continued ill health of his father. The two largest taxpayers at Win ooski this year are the American Wool en company which property appraised at $041,500 and the Torter tk'reen ilanu faeturing company with a tax list of 1 "2,500. The Burlington Light and 1'ower company is third with $93,200. The regular quarterly meeting of the state board of pharmacy to examine can didates desiring registration in pharma cy, and to transact any other business which may regularly rome before said meeting, will be held at the State House at Moutpeher on Thursday, duly 8, at 10 a. m. .Mason u. Beebe, secretary. A shower of plaster and other debris came down upon Carl Lilliqist, who is ecovermg from an operation for appen dicitis at the .Memorial hospital in Brat tleboro, E. K. Vanderpool, at work. in the storeroom above, had stepped on a thinly covered portion of the floor and was hanging partially through the open ing. A large amount of hay ia . being L'louglit into Burlington at the present time as the farmers are evidently anx ious to get room ia their barns and rid themselves of last year's crop. Ten loads of hay of good quality were of fered and taken on the city market ground Thursday and sold for from lf!2 to $14 per ton. REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mil. Wisium i Soomino Svarr has been sed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of HOTHHKm for their CHILDREN WH1I.H lUHlHIHU, Wttn rKKrKCT SUCCESS. It BOOTH KS tl.t CHILD. HOKTEN9 the GUMS. ALLAYS all FAIN. CURRS WIND COLIC, and ia the best remedy for DIARRHCEA, It Is a If solutely Harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mr a Wlnalow'a Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle . TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE, nearly new; all finished in hard wood dowsntairs ; fire min utes' walk to twelve of the largest atoneaheds In the eitv: good surinir water: alwaya rented. Inquire at 107 South Main atreet 8-1 f motor in first-classtcondition. Both can be seen at plant of Novel I i A Calcegni. 4411 MODERN DOUBLE HOUSE on Wellington street one minute from the churches, schools and business section. A beautiful location wtih fine view and nice grounds. Excellent lome with opportunity to rent one side or would make a good investment as it would rent for $800.00 per year; fine location to rent rooma. House ia atrictly modern, heated, lighted: hardwood floors and finish. There are eight looms on one side and nine on the other. Price 16.000.00. Etf "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 SOTJTHBOUICD Leave Barre. 9:30 P.M. Leave Montpelier 10:00 P. M. Due in Boston... 7:30 A.M. NORTHBOUND Leave Boston 8:30 P. M. Due in Montpelier 7:30 A. SI. Due in Barre 8:00 A. SL Forty-five hens, brlonging to Mrs. Jane K. Gale of Guilford, have been killed so far thia season by automobiles and many of the birds nave been so crushed and ground into the dirt as to be. hardly recognizable. Of the 45 auto mobilists, only one, Dr. E. R. Lynch of Brattleboro, has stopped bis car or shown any regret over the accident. Dr. Lynch lett a sum of money to pay for the Dira he accidentally Killed. A four-ton automobile truck, loaJed with about four tons of furniture, bound from Massachusetts for Cheater, broke through a bridge in Saxtons River, June 2, "But fortunately did not drop into the water. Men worked from 8 o'clock that evening until 3 the next morning before it was hack on the solid planking. The chauffeur was somewhat in doubt as to the condition of the fl.000 worth of cut glass packed among the goods. Mrs. Ralph Pulitzer, wife of the editor of the New York World and daughter of Ir. Seward Webb of Rhelburne, is playing the part of a fairy godmother to the newsboys of the metropolis. She is the originator of a scheme for their so riat oeiterment ana cnairman ot a com mittee to raise funds for the erection of a clubhouse for the little waifs who earn their living by selling papers in the streets. Mrs. I tilitrer proposes to give these youngsters a common home where they can get the right kind of enjoyment out of life, and she hopes similar move ments will be taken up in other cities. Public Sirvice Commission Hearing There will be an informal hearing before the public service commission at the office of the commission, State House, Montpelier, on the 18ta day ot June, 1913, at three o'cIock In the afternoon, for the purpose of receiving any suggestions regarding the elinv inatiun of grade crossings in Washington county, and any complaints relating to the service, ways or practices of any public serv. Ice corporation under the supervision of the public service rommisaion of Vermont. Any and all persons desiring to confer with the commission on matters suggested herein are cordially invited to appear at th time and place named in this notice. By order of the Public Service Commission, , S. S. WATSON, Clerk. SIISCELLANEOUS MRS. ETTA RICHARDSON will open a clssa in dressmaking after the 20th. Any desiring to take the course call at 181 Wash ington atreet lor lurther information. Do not miss this opportunity. 74tS LAWN MOWERS I -awn mowers cleaned. sharpened and repaired ; will call for and de liver same. L. G. Town. 14 Richardson street telephone 1S7-4. 5tf COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF PHILIP SANDERSON PRIOR. The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district of Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receive, evamtne. and adjust the claims and demanda of all persons against the estate of Philip San derson Prior, late of the city of Barre, in said district deceased, and all claima exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the law office of Elwln L. Scott 14 Howland building. In the city of Barre. in aaid district on the 2d day of July and 6th day of November next, from 9 o'clock a. m. until 4 o'clock p. m.. on each of aaid dava. and that six montha from the 17 day of May, A. D. IV IS. ts she time limited by said court for said creditora to pre sent their claima to us lor examination and allowance. Dated at the city of Barre. thia 11th day of June, A. D. 11S. E. B. WHITAKER, S. D. ALLEN. Commissioners. June 12-19-28 EIGHT ROOMS AND BARN and nearly one acre of land ; house is all modern ; heated by ateam ; modern plumbing and in many re spects a model home. The grounds are well laid out with plenty of shrubs ; also apple trees and small fruit In abundance, we win sen this property for only I2.S60.OO, which is 11.000.00 less than it coat to build. It la a bargain and all ready for occupancy. btlt GOOD FOR A STONECUTTER. Farm one mile from Hardwick. Vt. which will keep 20 cows and team and ia up in good state of culti vation ; the tillage land ia level ; buildings good better than th average. Sugar bush of 700 maples : place ia very pleasantly located ; the soil ia god and the place ia ao near Hard wick one could work in town. Th owner's price haa been f4,800.UU, but he will aell for f3.700.00, aa ha is in poor health. This is a good trade. tttf FOR SALE On belt-driven Sullivan air compressor, 10x12. with air tank 2-8x8x0. On 50 horsepower electric motor amphers 124, volts 220. These machines are belted direct, and are In flret-rlana condition. Practically new, equipped with Westinghous electric cir cuit breaker, and everything complete to set right op and start. One larg site Dallett surfacing machine, been run about 1H years; in first-class shape. Quantity of iron pipe, pneumatic tools, ponlts and chisels; in fact, everything to start right off with, Geo. H. Roben, Sa. Ryegate, Vt 4tf GLASS FOR SALE About 1,200 lights of glass 10x14 will be sold for 4 cents t. lisht Inquire O. W. Chandlicr, Perry's Real Eatata office. 83tf GOOD BEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE on Wash ington street ; modern and in good repair. Price low for immediate aale. aa owner leaving town. &9tf Mowers $20.00 to $37.50 Rakes ........ 14.00 to 17.50 Tedders ...... 26.00 to 28.00 A full line of Mowing Machine Repairs A. W. ALLEN ESTATE MINNIE E. ALLEN. Execntrtx AveriU's Mills Tel. 140-1 THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGCV'., Bar. Vt FOR SALE Th house, barn and large lot belonging to the estate ot Mir ah t rencn. cor ner of Washington and French atreeta, must be sold to close the estate. Inquire of Charles N. Barber, admr. 66tf FOR SALE Furnished cottage, including boat, at Cedar Beach, on Lake Chainplain. Will vll at low price, if taken soon. Address L. B. LORD, or H. S. HOWARD, Real Estate Agent, Burlington, Vt. FOR SALE My two-tenement house on North Seminary atreet Rents for 22.00 per month. Newly painted and in good repair. Dr. C. H. Kent. For particulars see Dr. C. W. Steel, Howland buidlinc- 139t All Sizes of GASOLINE ENGINES AT ARKLEY'S LIVERY, Barre, Vt. Store Rooma and Repair Shop on Granite street. , HARNESS MONTH AT COLTON'S PLACE Fresh Goods Arriving Almost Every Day Always Something New POPULAR LOW PRICES COLTON'S. MONTPELIER HELP WANTED. YOUNG MAN 16 or IT years old to work in granite office. Answer in own handwriting. "X," care Barre Dally Times. 74U WANTED Two letter cutters. Chaa. chi & Sons, West Second atreet Bian-J4tf LADIES to make bow tic: 110.00 weekly. Send stamped reply envelope for particulars. Needlework Shop, 202 -Oxford atreet Provi dence. R. I. "' . - . , 75tS TO RENT. TWO DESIRABLE 6-ROOM TENEMENTS on rrospect street tn house owned by Mrs. Bk-kford. Prices, 19 and (13. Inquire Rob- nson McAllister. si'tf FOR RENT Tenement of four rooms down stairs, three up; spring water and garden ; in gooff repair; Sv.tO per montn to good Xamily. E. Pernn, tel. SI 7-4. 6b tf TO RENT First-class tenement at 6 Church street; will be ready the 16th of June. nquire of Dr. O. G. Stickney, 60 Washington street 67tf WANTED Young lady would like position as stenographer.. Address Box. 387, Barre, Vt. 74tf WANTED Girls for housework: chamber maids and waitresses for hotels ; cooks ; housekeepers and maiev help.' Vermont Em ployment Agency, 12 State street, Montpelier, Vt. ' , 74t6 ' TO RENT Walter Grearson haa left the city and left on of the best tenements in the tw : for 2 or S persons. No. 10 Averill street. No smoker need call. Inquire at above ad- . 62tf ESTATE OF JOHN A. McLAL'GHLIN. DEER PARK IN HALIFAX Farm Also Contains 400-Acre Sheep Pas ture and Fish Ponds of 100 Acres. It is not generally known, perhaps, that in Halifax, in Windham county, is a farm of 1,200 acres, including a 400 aiTe pasture enclosed with a wire fence tour and one-half feet high, within which are 100 Coltswold, Highland and Irish Smut sheep and ten bead Of rat tle; also a 7iX)-acre deer park, enclosed bv 10-foot fence, which contains a few tlk and a goodly number of deer. Be sides the sheep pasture a ad deer park, there ia on the same farm a trout pond that covers forty acres, and outside the fence is another pond . that covers 60 This service is a daylight eaver, enabling the business man to spend the day in Boston, traveling by night. Mfca Ai UtaCtnrt State of Vermont. District of Washington, as. The Honorable Probata Court for th Dis trict of W ashington : To all persona Interested in the atate of John A. McLaughlin, late of the town of Barre, in said district, deceased. GREETING : At a probate court, holden at Montpelier, within and for said district on the 11th day of June. 1913, an instrument purporting to be th last will and teslament of John A. McLaughlin, late of the town of Barre, in said district, deceased, waa presented to the court aforeaaid. for probate. And it ia ordered by aaid court that th 30th day of June, 1818, at th probate office In said Montpelier. be aaaigned for proving said instrument; and that notice thereof be given to all persons concerned, by publish ing this order three weeks successively In the Harre Daily Times, a newspaper circulating In that vicinity, in aaid district previous to the time appointed. THEREKOKK. you ar hereby notified to appear before aaid court, at the time and piece aforesaid, and contest the probata of said will, if you have cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, In aaid district, thia llth day ot June. 1U. MARY J. CUTLER, Register. June ll-ia-24 TO RENT Tenement in the French block. Apply to Geo. A. Reed at city engineer'a office, city hall, or at 34 Orange street 61tf TO RENT Down stairs tenement of five rooms in good repair, with garden. Inquire of L. H. Hooker, 101 Prospect street, Barre. BStf'lt AGENTS WANTED-In every town in thia state to sell the Little Aristocrat automobile no money needed writ us for catalog and full particular!. The Little Aristocrat Bella for 3950 and ia the finest automobile on the market selling for less than 11.61)0. 108-inch wheel base. 30 horse power, 32x3 tires, and is fully equipped and extra demountable rime. It's a classy car and just the right price to aell in every town to those who want a strictly first-clasa car at a moderate price. Address the Jarvis l'alaca Garage, Burlington, Vt. 7412 WANTED Man o work on farm and around saw-mill. Will give contract to cut and skid 60,000 feet of lumber. Apply to R, C. iarrington. Chelsea, Vt. (4t6 WANTED First-class Hoyt A Lebourvaau Co. machine polisher. 7413 WANTED First-class polisher, parello Broa. Apply Gas-f4tj TO RENT Tenement of fiv rooma at 14 Harrington avenue. Inquire of C. W. Melrher. 67tf TO RENT Tenement on Elmwood avenue. Inquire J. W. Nichols, 'phone 421-3. Sltf TO RENT Tenement corner 80. Main and Ayere streets, with all modern improvements ; barn, garden, telephone and piano if deaired. Call at 114 South Main atreet 62tf TO RENT An ur-etairs tenement on South Main street. Tel. 421-8. iOtf FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Modern conveniences ; gentleman preferred. Inquire of Mrs. ti. M. Burroughs. 17 Church street 22tf WANTED At Hotel Wentworth. Woode ville, N. H., head waitreaa. waitresses and meat cook. W. F. Wormwood. 73t6 WANTED At once, a man to work in store and on order team. Steady employment. Address "E.," Time omce. 7Bt WANTED A hoy. Apply to Holme Bak. cry. 301 North Main street. 72tf WANTED 8lx first-class machinists at once. Apply to Whitcomb Manufacturing Co.. North Main street, opposite Blackwell street. 73t3 PER AFFITARE Una casa dl otto camera aceomodata per duo famiglia con aequa di spring a di citti. Anche una grossa casa di galllna un gtardino grand. 112.00 al mess. 17 Bassatt atreet H. J. tilayton, tL 302-W. 14tX 4k Calverai ty Pla ca On black west f Broadway NEW YORK CITI. WW Ma) walking distance trowi Wna sal and Hetasl Dry Oeode Ltstrtcte. Ca rale ally saaw RallraeHt a4 ferresssale Liawa. Tfce wtlv snoaer) at-sfttntely fir, arss traastenl ketel l-etesr iS4 5trcU .100 wsn. livs wftn cvthi RATE5 I BOl ll.-rrr DA V LPW'ARO tssat Rmhss mJ Csfc tMn Pneaa. 3 sal te tree Illtrate4 Ostatats V Msssl New tarfc (It,. I J TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310. For Rent Cottage house. Perry street, 110. For Rent Double house, Branch street, tit. For Rent Double house, Foster street li. For Rent Double house. Branch atreet, (10 ana sift. For Rent Teneiri-nt. Berkley court, IS. H. A. rb.El.P8 CO.. Teleohen 314-1 Mile Balldinf TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few rooma, well furnished; all modem ini provementa ; hot and cold water; bath. Quin Uu Block. 172 North Main stmt. . 4vtf LOST AND FOUND. 1 LOST On Memorial dar a suitcase was missed In Bsrre. bearing the imtiala "E. A. R." The auitrase waa of excellent leather and the owner ia anxious for its return. A re ward of 34 may be obtained by returning the suitcase to The Times office. 72t LOST Sunday, a gold chain with jet pen dant, between the Presbyterian church and 1M Washington street. Return to above address and be rewarded. WANTED Woman! for general housework in family of two; ateady work. Apply to Jamas N. Roberta, S Beckley court. 73t3 WANTED A competent machine polisher. Apply at one to Novelli 4V Calcagni, Black- well street. Tltf WANTED Two granite cutters; steady work ; 60 cents per hour ; union shop. Address F. C. Brandt. 2146 Brighton road, N. 8. Pittsburg, Pa. 71t WANTED Experienced Kellogg boarding house. Montpelier. table girl - at th 28 School street, 70tf WANTED One letter cutter. Apply to W. L. Carr Co.. Waterbury. Vt Ttf WANTED -A capable housework at 286 South S.'7-W. girl for general Main atreet Tel. 44tf WANTED Woman or girl for general housework, in small family. Address Box 12, Barre. 6tf NOTICE Tee undersigned general insurance offcea ill elce Saturdays at noon, for Saturday half-holiday, during June. July and August. NKI.RON rl. BALLARD, JOHN W. DILLON. PAIGE CAMPBELL. G. HKfiBERT PAPE. BUSINESS CHANCES WANTED. WANTED A rhvw em a farm, through school vacation, for a quirt lnriustrirua hoy. IS years old. where be can work for his board and Wa ra something abcut farm work and care of stock. Address W. C. B , Box 2-'4. Granrtevilla. Vt. 7it6" l'Nt Sf AL OPPORTUNITY TO ENGAGE IN (.KAMTE BUSINESS rnaent owner in '! failin health. Modern ahed equipped with ail the latest devices for economical tntthing of granite: en-ady. unlimited electric power; saving In rent more than offsets freight on rough stork : shed and yard room for two-gang business, or lessee could sublet if nVaired. An excrptioTiai opportunity, lor further particu lars, address Box 64, St. Johnsbury. Vt 7tll WANTED Plara? to do stwesofk it 74 Sumsner street, ar tel. 21-14. . Call J3t" WANTED Iad horses to take away ia Barre, Montpelier. W ebsterville. Grenitevilie. 1.T.A Essf AiAfTm. F. SL Metier : telenhoa SPRAYING Y are sole ait-nt in Harre and vi cimty for CRASSELLI SPRAT PROD UCTS. Thy insist of Arsenate ef lead Paste, Lime Sulphur Solution, Gias sclli's Bordeaux Mixture, and others. Bead fee Pamphlet I. A. CTJMMING call. -W. : ma TeL IS-M ..!. s. t, Barre. Vt,