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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, HARRE, VT,. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1913.
7 r- ROOFING PAPERS Two and 3-Ply Gauntlet; 1, 2 and 3-Ply Tropico; 2 and 3-Ply Amazon; Amatite Gravel Roofing; Build ins Paper; Tar Coating for Roofs; Everjet for Tin and Iron. Special Low Price in Quantities, i E, A, Prindle, Depot Square, Barre, Vermont BUSINESS CARDS DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Omea Hour I Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Also by Appointment t4 and 15 Blanchard Building Tel. 33 COLVIN & PERKINS Electrical Contractors and Builders FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES WIRING AND BUILDING (t North Main Street Barre. Vermont Ernest II. Bancroft, M. D. C Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, 161-11 Alia tho People'! Lino OFFICE AND HOSFITAL. SOUTH BARRE DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, Mllea Building Office hour., A. M. to 12 M. and 1:80 1 to 4 P. IL, 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 I2S-I ELECTRIC SHOWERS Have you ever stopped to think about your Electric Fix tures? Do they look as well as the rest of the furnishings in your home? They surely are the most noticeable. Just compare a $2.50 chande lier with a $300 piano or a $25 center table, and see if a new electric fixture wouldn't improve the looks of your room more than any other one thing. Come in and let us show you some of the latest designs in Electric Showers and Chain Fix tures at moderate prices. DR. A. B. CHAPIN SAYS COMFORT POWDER QUICKLY HEALS CHAFING He cava: "Comfort Powder lias been used here in Aurora, N. C, by ma with ((rent auceeaa, Hint oil a badly chafed child tlireo month old, in my own home, and it was quickly healed. Then one of my neighbors had a child about nix months old which had eczema very badly on face, head and body, and after the first application of tomfort 1'owuur it tested well all night for tho first time in weeks and la now setting well taut. For all skin soreness of Infants or adults, nothing equals Comfort Powder, He sure you get the genuine, with sig nature of E. S. Nykea on the box. Advt. EAST CABOT. Barre Electric Co., 135 North Main St., Wheelock Block, Telephone 98-W. MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Presa ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS UZ North Main Street Barre, Vermont RILEY'S ORCHESTRA . 'Music for all occasions Latest and most popular v music No Substitute Could Do This. Xo inferior substitute, but only the genuine Foley Kidney Tills could have rid J. F. Wallich. Bartlett, Xeb., of his kidney trouble. He says: "I was both ered with backache, and the pain would run up to the back of my head, and I had spells of dizziness. I took Foley's Kidney Pills and they did the work, and I am now entirely rid of kidney trouble. My father-in-law, now past 93 years, has taken them, and they have added years to his life." Advt. Alex Csidy celebrated his RfKh birthday June 11. Six of his children were with him, Mr. and Mr. Herbert Oassidy of Walden, Mr. and Mrs. James Cassidy of Xorth Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chandler of this place, Mrs. May Wing of Springfield, Mass., and Mrs. Ktta (Pinkham and Guy, who live at home. Mrs. Ashley of Waltham was unable to attend. Mrs. Chandler pre sented her father a birthday cake, on which were placed 81 lighted candles. The word "Father," was in the renter and the figures "80" in each corner. Re freshments were served and a merry time was the rejiort of all. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harr returned Sunday from a trip to (rreenslioro pond. Mr. and 'Mrs. Harley Jackson, who have been guests of relatives here for a week, went Tuesday to their noma m St. Johnsbury. Mrs. W. I. Abbott attended the grad listing exercises at Hardwick last Fri dav evening. Mrs. H. C. Houghton is home after a weeks stay at Walden. Cora Wing and son, Leon and daugh ter, Irene, of Springfield. Mas., ar rived at Alex Cassidy'a Tuesday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs.-E. If. Clark of Barre visited friends here over the week-end. A eaticr of men are working on the road from lanville lino towards South Cabot, putting in permanent Toad and widening it. It will he much appre ciated by all who travl it, when done. Miss. 'Inez Abbott is home for the summer vacation. Mrs. Rosa Houghton was a business visitor in Barre recently. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver MoCosro of West Danville were at X. II. Cate's and R. S. Barr's Wednesday. ABOUT THE STATE V ! nBseneenne HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS While Cieorge lies wick was driving his cows across the track, just below L-udr low village, recently, to get them to pasture, they were run into by the mail train and two of them were killed. R. R. MacRae of the Oak Hill fruit farm in Hydeville is the only man in that section who lias made a light against the apple tree worms. Ha has expended $1,0M for an up-to-date spray er, work, etc., and not a worm can be found on hia large farm. Beats All How "GETS- IT" Gets Corns The New-Plan Corn Cure No Fuss, No Pain, Sure and Quick. You never used anything like "OETS' II ' for corns, before! 1 oil re sure a last that every stubborn corn that you've tried so long to get rid of is a "goner." Only slight trace has yet been found of the horse and buggy, which was stol en from a street 111 Rutland the night of June 11, where Dr. N. J. Delehanty, the owner, had left it Jiitched. It has been learned that on the day following a team answering to the description of the Delehanty outfit crossed from Whiting over Lake Champlain into Xew Vjrk state. "How 1 Did Suffer from Coma for Years! 'GETS-IT' Got Them All in a Few Dare!" Whilo gathering wild flowers for Me nional day use by the. Siharon school m,lv ."CKTS-lV" in two seconds. u a IPnHua t ia .lau.rhtov f I -1 I y ... 7 r:r that's an. Kdward ratten, notr of Michigan, fell from a cliff and sustained injuries that for a time it was feared would prove fatal. The fall wag about 15 feet and she received a severe cut on her fore head and bruises on the body TELEPHONE 342-21 output now 800,000 weekly. By far the largest selling brand of 10e cigars in the world, Factory, Manchester, N.,H, eaeeMeeaateeeeeeei jewelry When YOU want a piece of j Jewelry, come t in and see our splendid display. O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler oo Main St Sole Agency for "Boston American" in Ban. Spray With GRASSELLI'S SPRAY PRODUCTS To Get Results Whether for potatoes or fruit, spray ing brings, increased crops and larger profits. Ask the wise man who sprays. J. A. CUMMING Tel. 4S-M Barre. Vt, R. F. I). I (Distributor for Barre, East Barre, Web gterville, Graniteville, Williams town and near by towns, or mail orders filled from anywhere.) r Auction Sale Saturday June 21 at z p. m. AT DEPOT SQUARE Household goods and other goods in large variety. Book goods you want sold early, as we have a large list already for the sale. O. ii. HALE The Almost Impassable Rapids of The Grand Canyon. In the July American Magazine ap pears tho picture story of a great adventure whk-h is a collection of pho tographs made in the rapids of the Grand Canyon by Emery and Kllsworth Kolb, two adventurous photographers in tho Southwest. The following note which accompanies the pictures tells something about the Kolb brothers: "At the beginning of September, l!)tl, two brothers, Emery and Kllsworth Kolb, left Green River, Wyoming, in specially constructed boats, for Xeedles, California, bv way ot the canyon of the (ireen and UranJ rivers. i liey tooK with them not onlv cameras, but a moving-picture machine, , with which they made the first motion pictures ev er secured of men actually fighting for their lives in white water. 'The expedition is the fourth that has succeeded in making the trip. Count less others have attempted . it and failed. Some starved to Lath, losing boats and provisions in the rapids, and being unable to climb the smooth side walls. Others were drowned sucked under in the whirlpools, or weighed down by the great quantities of sand and mud carried by the river. Still others went mad in the roaring silence, the ceaseless right against forces that seemed demoniacally alive, and the gloomy granduer of these canyons. "The Kolb brothers arrived at Xeedles, California, in the middle of the following January, having traveled more than 1.5(H) miles and descended over 6,000 feet; the greater part of the distance consisting of the most danger ous rapids in the world." Miss Alice Wilson Wilcox of Provi- lence, R. I., lias been engaged as di rector of the Fairbanks museum of nat ural science, St. Johnsbury. Miss Wil cox is a graduate of Vassar college, class of IH!4. She studied at the University of Chicago 1900-11102 ami received the degree of A. M., from Brown universi ty in lwm. She was for four years in structor in biology at Vassar, three years in zoology at Wclleslev, and the i last seven years instructor in biology PRODUCT SHIPMENTS ami iiuiur t-ruiiumirs J 11 win ituiiiniii college of Brown university. Miss Wil cox succeeds Miss Delia I. Oriffin, who resigns to become director of the Chil dren's museum in Boston. "UKTS-1T" does the rest, There's no more fussing, no more ban dages to fix, no more salves to turn the flesh red and raw. Xo more plasters to get misplaced and press on the corn Xo more "pulling," no more pain, no mora picking and gouging, no more ra zors. "GETS-IT" stopa pain, shrivels up the corn, and the corn vanishes, "tiLls-ll never fails, ia harmless to healthy flesh. Warts, callouses and bunions disappear. "GETS-IT" is sold at all drug stores at 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by K. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. hold in Harre by U. 11. AenuncK & U. and E. A. Drown. ARE INCREASING Several Russians, who attended the christening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Ixivell in Springfield last Sunday, are said to have ifbibed too freely in liquid refreshments and as a From the United States to All Its Non Contiguous Territories, While the . Receipts From the Same Coun tries Showed Decrease. Washington, D. C June 20. Accord FOUR LINES JOR 25 CENTS The Times will public Wanta. Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let, tie. ehort adver tlsemeits at the rete of four Unite for twen. tr-nve cent for the Ant insertion and Ave eenta for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE Two-tenement house, good rent, ing property in Harre City. Or will ex, rhanife for whit hirrh timber land. . M Trow. CliftondaJe. Ma... 72tf FOR SALE. HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE I Glen, wood Hume (irnnd rangu, 1 parlor wood neat or. 2 ln,n bed., 2 spring., 2 mattresses, I bureau, 1 commode, 1- chiffonier, 8 tables, 1 couch, 6 chair., 2 rockers. I bench wringer, 8 W. tube, 1 boiler, 1 oil stove, 1 bucksaw, 1 set iron lusts, dishes, pot, pans and other articles. Call after 6 p. m. Dnvid D. Smith, Web. etcrville.. VU gltlO For Sale or Rent Patterson's chnlr factory and aaw-mlll at FompanooKuc, Vt. tiood water power with team auxiliary and fully equipped; two-story tenement adjarent. Ames steam saw-mill at Norwich, Vt. (Lew. Iston P. O.) Fully equipped and ready for operation ; side track to railroad ; beside Con necticut river. Inquire of or write to JOHN C. SHER BURNE. Randolph. Vt. Uti6 TWO BARGAINS IN HOUSES To clone the Hadley estate, I must sell two tenement bounce, one a 4-tenement house at the corner f Seminary street and Maple avenue, ana the other a 2-tenement house on HarrinKton avenue. Will pay handsome income on wnai they can be bought for. Tenements in ooa repair and well rented. Apply to . . Melcher, admr. 3tf FOR SALE A two-tenement house, near stone sheds : rents for 76 per month and will pay U per rent, on investment. Inquire at 107 South Main street. 62tf FOR 8ALE-Houehold furniture! also horse, wairon and slriirhs. Horse is gentle, quiet anil safe for a lady to drive. Will sell all cheap If bouiiht at once. Can ha seen at 202 South Main street.. - , 806 FOR BALK Household Roods sale. All new within a year. H. on, 8 Camp street. Harm. at private D. Sanrier 7l FOR SALE Steel ranire as (rood as news will sll cheap. M. . Morrison, Upper Uraniteville. ' Hutlo FOR SALE One mowing machine, home rake and two-horse wagon, W. II. Clough, Camp street. , 78t6 ONE GRAMOPHONE FOR SALE With a number of two and four-minute records ; in perfect order: will be sold cieap. Apply to 30 Maple avenue. . ' . 76tf FOR SALE--Cednr posts in any size and quantity. Inquire of W. If, Martin, Plain Held, Vt. -. , 70t26 TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE AND BARN with extra lot, some fruit; beet location in the city. Three minutes' walk to postoflire and car line. Inquire at 107 youth Main ureet. ei TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE; nearly new: all finished in hard wood dowsntairs ; Ave min utes' walk to twelve of the largest stoneeheds in the city : good spring water ; always rented. Inquire at 107 South Main street. 6m MODERN ROUBLE HOUSE on Wellington street, one minute from the churchea, schools and business section. A beautiful location wtih fine view and nice groundc. fcxeeuent inmR with nnnortumtv to rent one side or would make a good investment aa it would (in first-clans shape. FOR SALE Registered Guernsey bull calf from a healthy herd. Irving W. Bates, East Harre. Vt. ; N. E. phona 2S4-1S j People's line. . , tttf FOR SALE Horses, all -sites and deserip. tions. C. E. Willoy, Barre. , 20 Hf FOR SALE One Duplex 419-ft.' belt-driven air esmpressor: first class condition, at a bargain: also belt One BO H. P. el ec trie motor in Hrst-rlas rondition. Both can be seen at plant of Nnveili & Caleegtii. . 4&tf FOR SALE One1 belt-driven Sullivan air compressor, 10x12. with air tank 2-6x6x0. One 60 horsepower electric motor amphers 124, volts 220. These machines are belted direct, and are in Ant-das condition. Practically new, equipped with Westinchouse electric eir. cuit breaker, and everything complete to set right up and start. One large sise Dallett surfacing machine, been run about 1 Vi years ; (Quantity of Iron pipe. rent for 1600.00 per year; fine location to rent pneumatic tools, ponlts and chisels; in fact. rooms. House is strictly mo'lern. neaiea, Hunted : hardwood floors and Anish. There arc eight looms on one side and nine on the other. Price 16,000.00. . 9tf EIGHT ROOMS AND BARN and nearly one acre of land ; bouse is all modern ; heated by steam; modern plumbing and in many re spects a model home. The grounds are well laid out with plenty or shrubs ; also appie trees and small fruit in abundance. Wa will sell this property for only 12,660.00, which is $1,000.00 less than it coat to build. It is a bargain and all ready for occupancy. 9tf result one man received a severe gash in(? to the official figures of the bureau in me iieau onu one was mruwii out of the window. Another received a badlr lacerated hand. Sheriff D. D. Mc Donald was called to the scene and maue several arrest. ine men were brought before Municipal Judge. H. H. Blanchard Monday afternoon. John Alkavk'h was fined $ and costa for of foreign and domestic commerce, the total of the shipments from the United States to all it noncontiguous tern tones (including in thia term Alask Hawaii, l'orto Rico, the Philippine Is lands, Guam, and Tutuila) is, for the ten months ended with April, 1913 inlvir.tln J .tlnn Art. )..,!, M".I,1HU,W.I. aeaillBt H&,"U,- in Hie of tl, neace. Sam Wnronaclc u-e fined corresponding montns oi ial year. $5 and costs for intoxication. Peter whi,e tllP ,allle of the hiPment. to (liaswesky's fine wa V and costs for le mitea jnatea rom me noiiconugii- intoxicatfrm. Tom Kulskv got fined 5 Territories in me ten monins enuea ml costs for breach of the neace. 'h April, 1913, amounted to $104,- Soridon Peruskwieh drew a sentence of Jla', against ?ii;,iou $. and costs for intoxication. Vladweis Lozorhiclt's fine of $5 and costs was for intoxication. All of the respondents made arrangements to pay and were released. BETHEL Commission on Damages to T. I. Par ker's Farm Takes Adjournment. After five consecutive sessions, the in the name months of last vear. From these figures it is estimated that shipments from the United States to its noncontiguous territories will show a larger total in 1913 than ever before, aggregating approximately 110 million aoiiars, ngaiiiHi ii.ro minion in 1912. 83 million in 1910. and 30 mil lion in 1903; also that shipments from the noncontiguous territories to the United States will show a slightly low er total in 1913 than in 1912, the higlv record year, or approximately 135 mil- ru in in ia ion appuuueu near rviuence i non dollars, against 143 million in regarding damages caused to the farm ifli-. los million in 1910. and 59, mil ot D. L. Parker by log of the Cham- ;, j 1903. Xhui the shipments from plain Bealty Co. and to fix the same, noncontiguous territories to the United took an adjournment Thursday after- statea have a little more than doubled 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) bonds. Correspondence invited with par ties desiring either to buy or sell. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN TIIE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION To Settle and Close the Hadley Estate, I Will Sell at Public Auction to the Highest Bidder on SATURDAY, JUNE 21 at a o'clock in the afternoon, THE LARGE s-STORY, 4-TENEMENT HOUSE at the corner of Maple avenue and Seminary streets, Harre City, t. Each tenement has 5 rooms pesides pantry, closets, etc. Plenty of shed room, large bay window, porch for both stories, good cellar, city water and gas. Concrete walk in front of house. Building in first -claws repair and condition. Nice large lot 81x87 feet. This property is well rented to good parties, earning 38.00 per month. Its location and convenience makes it one of the best investment renting prop ositions in the ritv. Sale will take place on the premiaes at 2 o'clock sharp. I will also sell at 3 o'clock in the same afternoon, the property known as No. ia Harrington avenue, Barre City, Vt. Thia property consista of a 2-story, 2-tenement house. Each tenement has 5 rooms, pantry, closets and bath. All in good repair, newly painted and painted inside. City water and gas. Torch for both stories, front and back. Good large double cemented cellar. A large lot for garden and room to build a cottage. These properties both make a high-class investment for parties with a little money to invest, or a good home for someone to occupy one tenement and rent the balance, and will be sold to the highest bidder regardless of previous or present values. Liberal terms at time of sale. C. V. MELCHER, Administrator. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. noon. Certain documentary evidence re mains to bo obtained. 1 he company now claims that the commission's decision cannot be final, though the law makes that express provision.. Here is a point which inav easily go to the supreme court. It is also contended that the flood and not the logs caused the dam age, and that even if the logs hart caused damage, nothing could be recovered un less negligence were shown. in the last ten years, while shipments from the United States to the terri tories in question trebled in the tame period. The fall in 1913 of about 8 million dollars in the value of merchandise shipped from the noncontiguous terri tories to the United States is due in part to a reduction in the quantity of sugar shipped from Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippine Islands, and also to a reduction in the price of the sugar thus shipped. The quantity of sugar shipped from the Phillipine Islands to the I nited htates in the ten months ended with April, 1913, was about 189 W. O. Blossom of Cliftondale, Mas., is a visitor in town. George W. Clark of Northfield was in town Thursdav. Read every word in Paris Shirt Waist mi'lion pounds, valued at 4 million House anniversary sale ad., pace 6. dollars, against 347 million pounds, val- Mrs. Frank E. Vail and her son, Scott, were here from Rochester, Thursday. '.:cd at 8,4 million dollars, in the same months of last year, the average price havinu been in 1912. 2.52 cent ner Rev. Oscar M. Chamberlain, who llM Lnml. an,l in 1913. 2 ?J renta ner supplied the pulpit of the Congregational nound. From the Hawaiian lalands church several months, is to be ordained the s-hipment in the ten months end next week Thursday, June 20. The chief P(l ; Anril. 1913. amounteH tn 817 speaker of the occasion will be Rev. Dr. million pounds, value,! at 28 million Hawkins of the Central Congregational dollars, against 9K) million puonds. val churcb, Boston. ,,! at 38 million dollars, in the same However little Independence dav may I months of last vear, the average price be celebrated loeally, an event of much per pound on the refined having lieen GOOD FOR A STONECUTTER. Farm one mil. from Hardwick. Vt.. which will keep 20 cows and team and is up in good state of culti vation ; the tillage land is level ; buildings good better than the average. Sugar bush of 700 maples; place ia very pleasantly located: the soil is god and tho place ia so near Hard wick one could work in town. 1 he owner rice has been I4.800.utf. but he will sell lor 1.1.700.00. aa he is in Door health. This is good trade. iOtf everything to start right off with. Koben. So. Ryegate. Vt. Geo. H. 44tt GLAS3 FOR BALE About 1,200 lights of glass 10x14 will be sold for 4 cents a light. Inquire G. W. Chandlier, Perry's Real Estate orlice. 83tf GOOD SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE on Wash- ington street : modern and in good repair, PH.. low for immediate sale, aa owner leaving town. 89tf THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGCT, Bare, V t. FOR SALE The house, barn and large' lot belonging to the estate of Mirah trench, cor ner of Washington and French streets, must be sold to close the estate. Inquire of Charles N. Barber, admr. B6tf FOR SALE Furnished cottage, including boat, at Cedar Beach, on Lake Champlain. Will sll at low price, if taken soon. Address l. a. luku, er H. S. HOWARD, Real Estate Agent, Burlington, Vt. FOR SALE My two-tenement house on North Seminary street. Rente for $22.00 per month. Newly painted and in good repair. Dr. C. H. Kent. For Darticulars see Dr. C. W. Steele. How land buidling- lStf TO RENT. SMALL FURNISHED KOOM.for gentleman. 9 Keith avenue. iS-'tf TO RENT A desirable tenement on Pros pect street. Inquire of Theodore Stowe, Pros pect street; tel. 434-1. S'ilt FURNISHED ROOMS North Main street TO RENT at 312 HH3 FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO RENT at 72 Franklin street. Telephone 75-W. sow TWO WELL-FURNISHED COTTAGES TO RENT (One newl at Piatt's Camp. Highgate Springs. Apply Dr. E. A. Bates, Highgate Center, Vt. aits FIVE ROOM. BATH AND PANTRY, with hardwood floors; also a good cellar; near Washington street. At I1&.00. T8tf SEVERAL DESIRABLE OFFICE ROOMS in the Aldrich Block at right prices. 78tf WANTED Two furnished rooms, with gas, for light hoeuekeeping. 8ltf INQUIRE ROBINSON A McALLISTER, Aldrich Block TO RENT Four or more-room tenement beat in the city : set range for gaa ; hot water to bath and wash tubs. Also a three-room tenement ; sun shines in all three rooms aU day ; will rent this one for f 7 per month. Inquire of George Mann, 64 Wellington street. 7Btt FIRE Insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable stock companies and five mutuals. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competi tion met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. J. W. DILLON I and 4 Bolster Block, Barre, VL "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 Leave Barre 9:30 P.M. Leave Montpelier 10:00 P. M. Due in Boston. .. 7:30 A.M. KOBTHBOUTTD Leave Boston 8:30 P. M. Due in Montpelier 7:30 A. M. Due in Barre 8:00 A. M. This service is a daylight saver, enabling the business man to spend the day in Boston, traveling by night importance will occur in the neighbor ing town of Ntockbridge, when appro priate eiercisea will be held in connec tion with the erection of a monument at the birthplace of Orestes A. Brownson who was an eminent Catholic scholar and theologian. The Knights of Colum bus are to erect the monument and good speakers from different parts of the state are promised Passengers on the last trip each way Thursday over the Wiliite River railroad rode in a caboose, owing to the disabil ity ,of the gasolene car, which could not be repaired in time for the trip. Mi Iila Oihing is home from Vas sar college, Misa Agnes KeynoMa from Pennsylvania state college and Misi Gladys Wilson from M'iddlebury col leue. Mrs. Charlea II. Kidder is seriously ill with neuriti, resulting from exposure to the rain while aiding her hiubsnd at a fire early Monday morning, Mrs. George M. Miller has returned from a two weeks visit in Hanson Mass., and Salem, X. H. Robert E. Bundv contribute an article to the current "Vermonter." describing a walk from Midillehurv to orthneW. ESTATE OF CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA BO8W0RTH. State of Vermont, District of Washington, sa. The Honorable Probate Court for the Dia-trii-t Aforesaid: I To all persona interested In the estate of Charlotte Augusta Bosworth, late of the city I of barre. in aatd d-tnet. deeewaed. GREET- I isn : WHERE A S, said eoart haa assigned the i.Mh day of Jane next for examining and al ! lowing the account of the eterutm ef the l w.tate of said deceased and for a decree of ' the rmdue of aaid estate o the lawful claim j anta of the same, and ordered that public ' notice thereof be riven to ail persona inter )ted in said estate by publishing thia erder I three weeks eoereeereelr prevwnia the day i assigned, tn the ftarra Daily Times, newe- paper published at the city of Barre. ia I said d.'nrl i THERE ORE. torn are hereby notified to arpear at toe probate office in Montpelier, in said daitriet. on the day aseiWMd. thea and i there so eeeitavt the allowance at said aeemint ', if r ae nws. and la anabiata roar right aa heirs, legatees and lawful claimant ta ; aaid rcwiw. ;trn ander my hand, this 1th day ef liana, 131. I FRANK J. MARTIN, J edge. June -!-. in 1WI2, 4.& cents, and in lM3, 3.44 cents. From Porto Rico the shipments amounted to 4H4 million pounds, val ued at 17 1-3 million dollars, against 4X8 million pounds, valued at 21 1 j mil lion dollars, in the same months of last year, the average price having lieen in the ten months of 1912, 4.40 cents, and in ir13, 3..i8 cents per pound. While this reduction in the quanti ty and price per pound of sugar sent from the islands has resulted in a de crease of the total value of their ship ments to the I'nited States, they have meantime slightly increased their pur cnases or our productions. 1 he snip ments of merchandise from the I'nited States to the Philippine Islands in tli ten months ended with April, 111.1. show a gain of about I'j million dollar over the corresponding months of last vear and those to Hawaii a gain of 5 mil lion, while those to Porto Kico show a decrease of about 4 million, making the total shipments to the three is land in the ten months ended with April, 1913, S74.124.0O0, gainst S71.6 ts in the same months of last year. To Alaska the shipments in the ten months ended with .April, 1!13. were practically 3rJ million dollars, against 1 4 '4 milium in the same months of last year, and the shipments from Alaska to the I'nited State were prartii-allv 23 million dollar, against 20 1-3 million in the same months of last year. FOR RENT Tenement of four rooms down stairs, three up ; spring water and garden ; in good repair; f9.C0 per month to good family. F. E. Perrin, tel. S17-4. 6tf TO RENT Eirst-class tenement at 5 Church street; will be ready the lfith of June. Inquire of Dr. O. G. Stickney, 40 Washington street. 7tf TO RENT Tenement in the French block. Apply to Cieo. A. Reed at city engineer's office, city hall, or at 34 Orange street. ltf Special for Saturday and Monday One 181.00 Warranted Stndebaker Full Leather Top Buggy i(5.0t One $75.00 Warranted Studebaker Top Huggy (4.00 One $15.00 Warranted Studebaker One Horse Farm Wagon, double body and spring seat , 18.50 A. W. ALLEN ESTATE MINNIE E. ALLEN, Executrix Arerill's Mills Telephone 140-1 1 New Adriance Mower $35.00 Tedders 26.00 1 nearly new Side Delivery Rake, used at farm, half price A. W. ALLEN ESTATE MINNIE E. ALLEN, Executrix AreriU's Mills Tel. 140-1 Dry Limb Wood For Sale ALSO Cottage House to Rent L. D. MRS. L. D. GALE Gale Farm Williamstown HAND SEPARATOR OIL By the Quart or Gallon Bring your can or bottle to be filled ARKLEY'S LIVERY HORSE COLLARS One of our big sellers is the VERMONT FARM COLLAR Sizes 17-in. to aa-in. Price $a.7s PENTY OF FLAG COLLARS Colton, Montpelier, Vt. PLENTY OF HARNESS Our Harness Department ia a busy- place this season. Soma of the time we 'have been short of goods, but we have plenty now. Some special new styles. rurilLAR LUW i'KKES Colton, Montpelier, Vt. HELP WANTED. WANTED A man to work on farm. In quire of C. M. Clark- East Montpelier; tel. 886-S1. 82tf WANTED A girl for general housework. Apply at 94 Summer street. B2tf WANTED Twenty-five young women to pick atrawberries ; also girl for general house work. Apply to Mrs. D. C. Roben, East Hill, L 308-W. ; 8U6 WANTED A capable girl for general ousework. Apply at once. 87 Hill street. phone 211 -S. 81t2 WANTED A good capable girl for general housework. Apply at Times office. 8113 WANTED An office boy. Address letters f application "to "IV, care Times office. 80tf TO RENT --Down stairs tenement of five rooms tn good repair, with garden. Inquire of L. H. Hooker, 101 Prospect street, Barre. 69tflt TO RENT Tenement of five rooms at 14 Harrington avenue. Inquire of C. W. Melcher. 87 tf TO RENT Tenement on Elmwood avenue. Inquire J. W. Nichols, 'phone 421-8. iltf The Soul of Honor. 'I you think, as physician, that he i very conscientious? 'Wonderfully no. For riamiile. h makes a rule never to pay a visit after t has hern demonstrated that the pa tient cannot get well." Life. REST AID KL41TI TO MOTHEt AO CHILfl. Mas. Wtnavnws sonrmsa li srr has her aard for over MXTY YEARS be MILLIONS of MOTHER for toeir CHILbKKK WKTLB TBKTH1.NO with FEB I-Ft T ft CCKS&. It aooTHRU M.C CHILD IFTE the GCM ax lav ft ail rsi.t . cstf. wimdcolIC, TO RENT An up-tair tenement on South Main street. Tel. 421-8. tutf PER A FFITARE Una casa di otto camera accomodate per duo famiglia con acqua di spring di cittL Anche una groeaa casa di gallina e un giardino grande, 112.00 al mess. 17 Bassett street. H. J. Slayton. tel. 802-W. lstf For Rent Cottage house. Perry street, t',0. For Rent Double house. Branch street, 812. For Rent Itouble house. Foster street, 8. For Kent Double bouse. Branch street. 810 and 8 ll. For Rent Tenement. Berkley court, 88 H. A. PHELPS CO Telephone 814-8 Milea Building HELP WANTED A good all-around man on a farm ; steady job to the riifht man ; a good man with . team. R- E, Berkley, tel. 307-22. 80tf AGENTS BIO MONEY mailing circulars for others ; send 26e for copyrighted instruc tions. Leonard O. Smith, Raymond street. isiip, N. y. mee WANTED A good man to take charge of my farm: must understand farming. Apply to A. Martinetti. West Hill ; tel. 896-21. 7Utf WANTED Girt to wash disbea at Baltimore Lunch Room. ihtf AGENTS WANTED - (8 to 87 daily gelling New Fibre Brooms; ltKI per cent, profit; every woman will buy. Begin canvass at once. Sample bv express, SO eenta. Wynne Broom Co., Elmira. N. Y. T8t21 WANTED At ONCE Sober, reliable men to learn to repair and drive auloa and prepare to till vacancies at 118.00 to 840.W) weekly. Write at once for full particulars. Mama Auto Company, and Garage, 24 Taylor street. Portland. Maine. 77t28 TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A few rooms, well furnished ; all modern im provement ; hot and cold water; bath. l)uin lcn Block. l.t North Wain street. i4tf MISCELLANEOUS SEWING MACHINES of all kinds cleaned and repaired at reasonable pricas. Will call and deliver the same. Ill South Main street. barre, Vt. Peter T. DeiotelL 81U2 LAWN MOWERS Lawn mowers cleaned. sharpened and repaired ; will call for and de liver same. U. . Town, 14 Kicnaroeon street, telephone 157-4. 8tf It is true that women more frequently suffer from kidney trouble than men. It is also true they'auffer more int-ncly, owing to their more sensitive orpaniKin. Katherine I- Norton. New Hedtord. Mass., says: -I had a terrible pain arrnaa my NUK, aim a niirnini: ami raiding freltng. I took Foley. Kidney Pills as adviacsl. w.th result certain and sure. The pain and burning fes-lin; left me. I felt toned up and int ipirated. WANTED Six first-class granite E. A. Buabee ft Co. cutters. 76tf WANTED-Two letter cutters. Chas. Bian chi Sons, West hecond street. ,tf W ANTED Experienced table girt at the Kellogg boarding nousa, '- School street, Montpelier. 70tf W ANTFD One letter cutter. Apply to W. L, Carr V Co., Waterbory. VL 70if WANTED -Wowian or girt for general housework, in small family. Address Box 12, Barre. tf WANTED. la the beat remedy foe lLa a HT.A It re ab- i am ),4 t recommend Foley Kidney snlatet barm lees Be ear a ad ask for - Mra, 1 1, , , .. . , ,. i. Wtaeavwa Sbm Pvrap.- end taA HM '"- They r tonic IB action, qunk WANTED To hire a portable mill to saw soft wood lumber. Apply to Higbt Brothers. West lop. ham, VL 81tl WANTED Addrws of J. I- Walker. Jamea Smith tstone euttersi. W. E. Perry tqoarrv maai. W. J. Drew. Concord. N. H. 80t luad. Tweaty-fcee crate a aotLai in results. Advt. STEADY POSITION WANTED by middle aged draftsman. ipevienced all stone and marble work and krwria foreign languarra. Addrras "G. G. 12." Bsrre Pafcy Time oc. Sot WANTED- Dead horse to bake Besf-lB Harra. Moatpelier. Vattervi'.le. Gntnttenlla, aad Fast Barre. t. a- tsatlevt niepaeaa caii. 88-W.