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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913.
ROOFING PAPERS Two and 3-Ply Gauntlet; 1, 2 and 3-Ply Tropico; 2 and 3-PIy Amazon; Araatite Gravel Roofing; Build ing Paper; Tar Coating for Roofs; Everjet for Tin and Iron. Special Low Price in Quantities. E. A. Prindle, Depot Square, Carre, Vermont BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner piano nd organs tuned and repaired. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Also manager of The Harris Orchestra Music furnished for any occasion. It SPAULDING STREET, Phen 261-13 DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases , Peculiar to Women Office Haura t Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday AIM by Appointment 14 and 15 Blanchard Building TeL 33 COLVIN & PERKINS Electrical Contractors and Builders FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES WIRING AND BUILDING (0 North Main Street Barre, Vermont Ernest H. Bancroft, M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, 161-11 Ales the People' Lin OFFICE AND HOSPITAL, SOOTH BARRE DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office ia Boom 35, Miles Building Office hour.. A. M. to 12 M r.d 1:80 to i P. VL, Monday. Tueeday, Thursday and Friday, Telephone Connection M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed, Embalmer 1 Callrt answered promptly day or night . j a a mhnlo nna in Annntvt inn. AD Up-VU'Uaie .rum -v. EAST BARRE, VT. TELEPHONE 221-1 MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS 111 North Main Street Barre, Vsratent RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE ... 342-21 AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE 5-Passenger Overland Car Easy riding and a good, careful driver in control. For particulars and rates see Cutler Brothers Tel. 160 Cigar. Thirty-nine years' continuous in creased sales tells its own story. Fac tory, Manchester, N. H. IJEWELRY a When YOU want a piece of Jewelry, come in and see ! our Bplendid display. jO. J. DODGE. The Jeweler jsoo Main St, Sola Agency for "Boston American" in Barre. You Need a Rest! Leave the heat and dirt of the city behind. Get away to the tool, re freshing air of the lake. Com. to Piatt's Camp, Highgate Springs, Vt. BOATING, BATHING, FISHING, TENNIS. Pure water and home cooked food. New dance pavilion. At ' ear lately Improved Lake View Hens we can now accommodate titty guests. Summer cottages t. rent at moderate ' prices. Boat livery In connection. Get acqnainted with our camp and you will come again. . , E. A. PLATT, Proprietor HIGHGATE SPRINGS VERMONT 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 , 3 and 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt.. Auction Sale of HOUSEHOLD GOODS As I am breaking up housekeeping, I will sell at public auction to the .high est bidder on Saturday, July 26th at 1:30 o'clock sharp in the afternoon, at the house where 1 now live at 8tJ Sum mer street, corner of Summer and Cen tral streets, Barre City, Vt., the fol lowing! One Mason & Hamlin parlor organ, I fi-piece mahogany parlor set, 1 full chamber suite, 2 brass-trimmed iron beds, mattresses, springs and pillows, dressers and commodes, 1 cot bed, 1 nice large quartered-oak combination book case and writing desk, 4 rocking chairs and morris chair, modern pattern dining table and set of dining chairs, 4 nice stands; center tables, kitchen table, kitch en and chamber chairs, couch, sewing ma chine, 2 sets of portieres and poles, man tle clock, art squares, carpets, rugs and mats, window shades and a good lot of lace curtains, child's high chair, 2 toilet sets, curtain stretchers, 1 Glenwood kitchen range with reservoir, 2 parlor stoves, 1 wood and 1 coal, 1 new, elegant, full, perfect 112-piece genuine china set, lots of other erockerv, glass, tin, Iron and wooden ware, wash tuba, wringer, boiler and clothea dryer, garden tools and many articles not mentioned. This Is an exceptionally nice clean lot of household goods and will all be sold without limit or reserve. MRS. JAMES A. ROWAN, Owner. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. Saturday, July 26th At 1 P. M., at the CITY AUCTION MARKET DEPOT SQUARE, BARRE, VT. On account of leaving? town,' I will sell my household good, aa above stated to the highest bidder. A partial list below i One oak cham ber suite, cost SHIS. 00 '. bedstead, dresser, com mode, stand, chairs and rocker. This is a fine suite and it will pay you to see it. Two hair matresse. costs f 3U.00 each when new ; 2 springs, 1 white dresser, commode, stand ai.d table: 1 fine sideboard, cost $50.00, as good as new; you will be clad to see it One book case, solid oak, hand carved, cost 186.00, aa good aa new ; 1 fine 12-ft. oak extension table and 7 dining: chairs for same, cost 130.00; 1 pair portieres, 10 pictures, 2 pufls, 1 fine 8-day clock, t fine oak chiffonier, 7 drawers : 1 kidney table, 2 hat trees, 2 easy chairs, large rockers, 1 (tilt and one mahogany chair, 1 divan, partly In the white: 1 couch, 1 parlor heater, Round Oak ; 1 parlor open grate heat er j boilers, tubs, clothe racks, hods, wringer, kitchen ware, I fancy toilet set, 1 lawn mow er, rake, I jardiniere, crockery, and other goods not room to mention. Come early. Good will be brought on the around Saturday forenoon. Sale will begin at 1 p. m. sharp, Saturday, July 26, 1913. MRS. MARY L. PERKINS, Owner. O. H. HALE, Auctioneer. Auction Sale i Green Mountain Garage Bethel, Vermont High grade supplies, repairs and vulcanizing. All work is guaran teed. Send us your tires for vul canizing. Gasoline in 50 gallon books, 20c a gallon. Give us a call. Cars towed and parties car ried at reasonable rates. "MAKE YOUR SUMMER TRIP BY A COMFORTABLE ROUTE" MONTPELIER AND WELLS RIVER RAILROAD SUMMER SCHEDULE Through Pullman Sleeping Car (electric lights in every herth) Operates DAILY Between Barre, Montpelier and Bof lon SCHEDULE SOUTHBOUND Leave Barre 9:30P.M. Leave Montpelier 10 :00 P. M. Arriv. Boston w 7 :80 A. M Through Parlor Coach Between ton, Daily Service SOUTHBOUND Leave Rarr Leave Montpelier Arrive Boston EFFECTIVE JULY 12, 1913 Through Parlor Car Service Will Be Established Between Burlington and Bretton Woods SCHEDULE EASTBOL'ND WESTBOUND Leave Montpelier (C. V.l 1 :00 P. M. I Leave Bretton Woods 8 :4o A. M. Leave Montpelier (M. A W.) ..1:10 P. M. i Leave Woodsville 10:15 A.M. Arrive Bretton Woods 4 :bi P. M. i Arriv Montpelier ...11:45 A.M. aVV. hlflfi Ilth Street V University Plaea On block west of Broadway NEW YORK CITI. Within easy walking distance from Who!" sale and K.tail try tlood Districts. Con venlently near Railroad and hteamhlp Line.. The only modern absolutely fire proof transient hotel below 23d Street. JOO Rooms, (20U with bath) RATES MOn Sl.-per DAY UPWARD Excellent Retlunnl anJ Cafe. Moderate Plica, t 5ad for free Illustrated tiuido and Map of New York City. , WHITE STAR LINE EosUn-Azeres-Mediterranean Cretie, Sept. Canopie, Sept. 19 Boiton Qaeenatown Liverpool ONE CLASS CABIN (II.) SERVICE $52.60 and up according to eteamer ARABIC July 29. Aug. . Sept. 23 CYMRIC Aug. 12. Sept. , Oct. 7 LEYLAND LINE Boston Liverpool ( Direct) One Claa Cabin Service (II) 50. Canadian. Aug-. ( Bohemian, Aug-. II Winifrtdian, Aug. 23 Devonian, Aug. 30 OFFICE, M STATE ST., BOSTON, OR LOCAL AGENTS ALLAN LINE BOSTON TO LIVERPOOL One Class Cabin Service (Termed Second) Numidian Aug. 8 Parisian Aug. aa Numidian Sept. 5 Parisian Sept 19 N. B. BALLARD, Barre H. & A. Allan, Agts., 90 State St., Boston CUNARD BOSTON Queenstown, Fishguard, Liverpool, London Franconia Aug. 5 Laconia Aug. 19 Franconia Sept. a Laconia Sept. 16 Franconia Sept. 30 and fortnightly Franconia and Laconia 1 1 1 50 Tons, Ibe Lar (est SUaaters f rem Bestoa New York Fishguard Liverpool Calling at queenstown Carmania Aug. a Campania Aug. 6 loe not call at Queenstown New York, Mediterranean Saxonia July 39 Pannonia Aug. ia Apply to Your Local Agents N. B. Ballard, Mile block. Barre, VL ; S. S. Ballard, Lawrence building, Mont pelier, Vt. AUCTION SALES made anywhere you want. At your store, house, farm, or at our new place of busi ness near Depot Square, Barre, Vt., where we have plenty of room for the crowds and near the street. List your goods early for our next sale and turn goods into cash at once. 0. II. HALE, H NORTHBOUND Leave Boston g :S0 P. M. Arriv Montpelier 7 :S0 A. M. Arrive Barre 8 :00 A. M. Barre, Montpelier and Bos (Except Sunday) SCHEDULE I NORTHBOUND .12:25 P. M. j Leave Boston 10 :ftn A. M. . 1 :10 P. M. j Arrive Montpelier 8:20 P.M . 8 :10 P. M. Arrive Barre t .48 P. M. ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OP INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTI0N3 Enough money has been raised as a guarantee to assure the installment of electric lights in Xewfane. Carroll four-year-old son of Mrs. V. II. Page of Londonderry, fell into the pond a few days ago and would have drowned had not some ope passed by just then and rescued him. Henry Lynde narrowly escaped death on his farm in (Jreen River a few daya ago, while raking hay with a pair of mules. Me stepped upon the pole and just at that time the wind blew his hat off, striking one of the animals, which jumped and ran. Mr. Lynde was thrown in such a way that be was dragged head down for some distance. He was badly bruised before hia brother could stop the team and rescue him. Malicious persons in Brattleboro have been doing considerable dam..ge to motor boats recently, in one night some damage being done to every one of the 15 or 20 motor boats out of the boat houses. The aggregate damage was not less than $100. In some instances the canvas tops were alit, in others tiller ropes were cut and in still others spark coils and plugs were broken and parts thrown into the river. Kfforta to dis cover the guilty persons have so far been without avail. Elizabeth, the four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Eddy of West Dumnierston, met with a, peculiar acci dent for so small a child, but escaped without harm. The little miss was look ing for eggs in the henhouse when the door blew together and she was a pris oner. Her calls for help were unheeded, but she managed to loosen 'fee wire net ting which covered a window several feet from the floor until she made a place big enough to crawl through. There was a drop of about six feet from the window to the ground. Oorge O. Hinsdale, a graduate from the University of Vermont and a resi dent of St. George, is thought to have invented a non-pimcturable automobile tire. He has been working on the in vention for some time and now bas or ganized company known as the Auto craft" company, with headquarters in Cambridge, Masa. An experiment with the tires has been ' tried out on a fire truck in Arlington, Mass., which appears to be successful. They are fitted with spring. Uuffalo Bill's Wild West and Pawnee Bill's Far East show, which wa in this vicinity three yeara ago, U in trouble in lenver, where it was 'hold V ednesday on an attachment for ItirUHH). The at tachment is in favor of the I'nited States Lithographing & Printing; Co. of Chicago. The attorney for the Chicago concern agreed to allow tlie show to continue it tour upon payment of $2.V (MHl, but William Cody would not accept ihe proposal. The 114 Indiana now with the show will be sent ba-W to the Sioux reservation at Pine Ridge, 8. D., while the other employes will remain with the organization. Part of the belonging of the show have been stored at Overland park, indicating that no early settlement of thf case is expected. WILLIST0NS 150TH BIRTHDAY Is to Be Celebrated This Month with Fine Program. Williston, July 26. One hundred and fifty years ago this month occurred the founding of the town of Williston, and its citizen have, planned to celebrate the event on inurstlay, July 31. Williston has made history lid oack in pioneer days, in the days of the Aliens, the Revolution, the Civil war, and bad con spicuous hand in all the events that have made the history of Vermont. With data so replete with interesting incident from the day of the coonskin cap and flintlock gun, the cittwns of the town men and women alike have prepared a program for the celebration that promises to attract a large crowd and to entertain all visitors from the rising to the setting sun. Weeks ago a special town meeting was called and several hundred dollars waa voted to carry out the anniversary plans. While the sum of. money was not large, it formed the nucleus for the undertaking, Williston residents contrib uting hereto with a liberality that means pride of community and a rever ence for the past deeds of its citizenship. From the start everybody was interested in making the celebration a grand af fair eventful in every respect, and of such moment as would call back a large number of former residents for the day, if not tor a longer time. Committees were appointed and the planning and caring for the details were entrusted to the following persons: General committee .lames h. Kenne dy, Mrs. H. X. Fay, Frank Talcott, Mrs. J. Wxight, W. M. Barber, Mrs. r . W. Clarke, II. E. Ltham, Mrs. W. M. Chap- Beaton' Most t'ntrlly Located Hotel Comfort Wilhoo; Extravagance Midway between the North and South Sta tions, center of business, historic, shopping and theatre district. All line of electric car within a minute' walk. (A Rooms. II a Day and Upwards Special Breakfast 25C to SOC Special Lunch every day 50c Our 12-Course Table d'Hote Sapper J ia aneqaalled anywhere Music and SoloiMe Every Afternoon and Evening. Banquets, Conventions. Parties. Sleeting can receive every accommodation neceasary at the most reasonable price. Visit the Japanese Garden. Boston' most novel cafe. A la Carte at reasonable price. You wiil find every modern convenience and proper attention at the Quincy House, Boston Tsxicab service. WRITE FOR ACCOMMODATIONS ANDREW BJORN Painter First-Class Painting Ma terials and Best of Work manship Guaranteed. High-Class Varnishing a Specialty. SHOP ON CURRIER ST. Phone 208-12 Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange tne wnole sys tern when entering it through the mucous surface. Such article should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi cians, aa the damage they will do is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hail's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contain no mercury, and is taken internally, acting di rectly upon the blood and mucous surface 'of the system. In buying Hall Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. . It is taKen internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testimonial free. Sold by druggist. Price, 75c per bottle. Take Hall' Family Pills for constipation. man, Seth Johnson, Mrs. R. I Parker, Finance C. 8. Wright, K. E. Brown, Henry Koot, Wright Clark, II. S. John son. Entertainment Dr. A. L. Bingham, A. B. Potter, V. W. Clark, J. E. Kennedy, Mrs. A K. Brown. Parade Mrs. W J. Cronk, (. A. Lam- son, A. E. Page, M. James. C. i. John Bon, H. M. Fay, W. J. Francis. Publicity C. J. Wright, C. D. War ren, J. E. Burke, J. E, Kennedy, W, II. Metcalf, B. C. Johnson. Refreshments Mrs. A. B, Potter, G. F, Irish, Mrs. Frank Talcott, Mrs. Charles Martell, W. R. Tarliox. Sports M. Sullivan, Charles Martell, C. M. Brown, W, J. Francis, C. U. Aus tin, II. Patten, A. E. Page. Music Mrs. F. W. Clark, R. L. Park er, Mrs. C. 8. Wright, O. A. Lamson, W. K. Terguson. Pageant John Forbes, Mrs. II. M. Fay, Sylvia Warren, Frank Talcott, B. F. Goodrich. Adeluide Morrill, Mrs. F. W. Mark. Decorations J. E. Metealf, Hattie Brown, Bertha Phelps, Bertha Loggins, Webster Lock wood, Ixittie Loggins. These committees have worked harmo niously, frequent meetings being held, and the program evolved promises a day replete with interesting features. At 0:30 a. m., will occur a historical parade, depicting the episodes of 150 years. - At 11:30 a. m., dinner will be served in the vestry of the Methodist church by a prominent caterer and at a nom inal price. At 1 :30 p. m., addresses will be made by well-known Vermont orators, in cluding Hon. Frank L. Greene and Hon. Warren R. Austin. Beginning at 3:30 p. m., there will be a varied program of sports. At 3 p. m. there will he a reunion and banquet of the alumni of the late J. 8. Cilley'a school. At' 7 p. m., a concert will be given by the Sherman Military band, which will provide inusie throughout the day. From H to 10 p. m., historical epi sodes will be depicted, to conclude with an elaborate display of fireworks. Souvenir programs of the dav have been prepared and the history of Wil- liston has been written in entertaining style and done into neat booklet form. Both of these printings will be lor sale on the dav of the celebration. The publicity committee has circu lated thousands of invitations to for mer residents and response have come from many that thev would return to their home town and be present at its lOOt k anniversary celebration. A ceneral invitation is extended to all Vermont era to make Thursday, July 31, a day off, with their presence in Wil- istou. Who Will Claim Them? Letters uncalled for at the Barre, Ver mont, postoluce for the week ending July 24 were a follows: Men. Fred Buchanan, Antonio Chiol- di, Medardo Chioldi, H. H. Clark, John Knok, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jone, Jas. Murray, Jerray Patterson, James W. Porter (2), . C lntss. Women. Miss Nellie Capaglio, Mrs. Lucy Flynn, Mrs. Ixrinia 1): Falls, Mrs. Satie Plats, Misa Eleanor Varney, Miss Ella Wilson. CASTOR I A Far Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Beaxs tha GUgaatar of ESTATE OF MICAH FRENCH. State of Vermont. District of Washington, as. The Honorable Probate Court for the District Aforesaid: To all person Interested in th estate of Micah French, lata of the city of Barr, in said district, deceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 8th day of August next for examining and al lowing the account of the administrator de bonis noa with the will annexed of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said aetata to the lawful claim ants of th same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested in said estate hy publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barr Daily Time, a newspaper pub lished at the city of Barre, in said district THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at th probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heir, legatee and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 18th day of July, "18' FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. July 19-26 Aug. 2 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF SELDON A. JANCRAW. Th undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district of Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receive, examine, and adjust the clnims and demand of all person against the estate of Sal- don A. Jangraw, late of Barre, in said district deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the office of Don V. Camp, in the town of Barre, in raid district, on the 1st day of August and gist day of December next from 9 o'clock a. m.. until 4 o'clock p. m., on each of said davs, and that six months from the 8th day of July, A. D. 1913, ia the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claim to us for examination and allowance. Dated St the city ol Harre, this lotn aay of July, A. D. 113. DON V. CAMP. GEO. B. PERSONS. Commissioners July 12-19-26 TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310. FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Time will publish Want. Lost and Found. For Sale, To Let, etc. short dvcr tisemeats at the rata of four lines for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and five cent for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE Cottage house with two lot on the Montpelier road: house contains 6 rooms with bath and pantry ; hot and told water ; furnace heat, and wired for electric lights. Inquire of Fred A. Danforth, Barre, Vt., R. F. D. No. 3. 112t6 Stock, Tools and Crops Startling Sacrifice 80-acre homestead farm in So. Vt. ; easy reach of the big mkt. cities of Mass. ; near village and all advantages ; 30 acre rich till age ; sugar orchard hangs 600 buckets ; 1U0 apple trees, also pears, plums, cherries, peaches, and small fruits ; neatly painted house, slated roof, 20-ft. piazza ; nice clap board bam with basement,, ties up 20 head; sugar and poultry houses ; to settle estate immediately, 6 prime cows, yoke oxen, pigs, complete line farm tools, machinery, wagons, sugar-making outfit and crops all included at the same low price of only S2.70U, part cash ; for traveling instructions to see this marvel ous bargain, page 81, our "Mammoth 75-Page Farm Catalogue No. 88" ; beautifully illus trated and filled with a wonderful assortment of money-making fnrms throughout ' many states ; send to-day for your free copy, it will save you lots of time and money. E. A. STHOUT FARM AGENCY, Station 272H, 24 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 112tl FOR SALE Cottage and lot of land located at the head of Lake Groton i lot consist of 100 ft. front, running back 20 rds. from pond, and cottage thereon. Price, f 200.00 (two hun dred dollars! if taken at once. W. E. Car penter, Groton Vermont. 105U2 FOR SALE 98-acre farm, well fenced with wire, in good condition ; good farm buildings : water at house and barn ; rural route ; hard and soft wood ; fruit. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, East Calais, Vt. '108U2 FOR SALE Six-room cottage just off Washington . street ; furnace, electric lights, laundry, pantry, bath, etc. ; large lot and garden. ' Price low as owner wishes to leave the city. Call at 28 Nelson street. Barre &6tf THREE LOTS FOR SALE On Prospect street : two fenced in : a number of fruit trees Inquire of James Rogers, A. Tomaai place, off Merchant street, Barre. VtlZi HOTEL AT PLAIN FIELD FOR SALE 15 rooms, all new furniture within a year; house is in good repair ; price low and terms easy. Anplr at the D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. 83tf FOR SALE 100-aere farm miles from the villaae of Chelsea, on aood road: good building with never-failing water at house and barn ; nice orchard. Fields are smooth and cut 40 ton of hay last year; near cream' err and school. Easy terms. Inuuire of E. R. Davis, Barre. Vt 91tf No. 628 200-acre farm; fSOO.OO down. We are offering for immediate sale a good, pro ductive farm, which will keep from 15 to 20 cows ; located on main road and with good, comfortable buildings. Will include all grow ing crops, which will be worth from 1500.00 to 1600.00 in a short itme. There is a large amount of hardwood and nearly fl.000.00 worth of pulp wood. Plac. will cut from 40 to 60 tons of hay this season, and there are several acre of corps, including oats, pota toes, corn, millet, etc. Ten-room house: horse barn of five stalls: main barn la ntrly 100 ft. long, and there are tie-uus for 26 head of stock; silo; sugar bush of 400 maples and plenty of fruit; fifty tree. Good water; mail is delivered, and telenhone. About four miles to Northfield creamery ; three mile to railroad station. Price, if sold this month, 12,600.00; 1500.00 down, balance $100.00 per year. 84tf No. 631 Farm, stock and tools, and crops, for t2,600.00; personal property worth fl, 600.00. There are 10 etxra good cows: 2 calves, 8 shoats, 2 horses, cheap at 1 800.00 ; 20 hens and 3 ducks : cream separator and all dairy tools ; new set sleds ; new 2-horse wagon ; set work harnesses ; drive harnesses ; Concord wagon, top carriage, mowing machine, horse rake, corn planter, harrow, plow, cul tivator, weeder, sleigh and all small tools. also 75 cords of wood. Farm contains 1S8 acres ; tillage is level : t good pasture and a comfortable set of buildings ; house contains 7 room ; horse bam is new ; clapboardert ana nainted : stable warm : aood hoa1 house and hennery large enough for 160 hens. Price for II only t'2.600.00. This property is located three miles from Plainfield. &4tf GRIST MILL in good town with excellent water power: main building i 60x30; 24 stories high: S store houses. Nine-room house and barn, all In good shape. Doing a large business with a good net profit Price. t8.600.00. 84tf Let us show you. THE D. A. PERRT REAL ESTATE AGCY. Bar. Vt FOR SALE My two-tenement hous on North Seminary street Rent for f22.00 per month. Newly painted and in good repair. Dr. C. H. Kent For particulars see Dr. C. W. Steele, Howland midline- 139tf TO RENT. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM All modern conveniences. Mr. McCaakill, 17 Wellington street. llltf TENEMENT TO RENT Suitable for man and wife; at 48 East street; rent flO. Apply at Baltimore Lunch. lootf TWO GRANITE PLANTS TO LET These plant are already to do business in, and are equipped with the best of machinery. One plant is water power with 75 horse power, 2 surface cutters and all th necessary machin ery for doing a granite business, derricks, sidetrack, air compressor, tank, everything to start with. One plant electric driver, 8 mo tors, inside and outside derricks, compressor tanks and surface cutters all equipped and in running order. Can supply these two sheds with on of the beat gray granite that was ever put on the market. Sidetrack to both planta, also we are near enough to Barre to handle Barre granite. Freight rate is low. Address "Granite Plant," Time office, Barre. lOHtl TO RENT A furnished front room with four windows : alt modern conveniences. Ap ply 15 Wellington street 101 tf TO RENT August 1, cottage house with modern improvements, at 82 East street Phone 246-M or call at S3 Eastern avenue. loltf TENEMENT TO RENT Also an acre and a half good grass to sell. Apply to Theodore Stowe, Prospect street, Barre; tel. 434-1. .itf TO RENT Top floor of the Arcade building. suitable for rooming house. Inquire of 1. b Yett 171 North Main street 98tf TO RENT Tenement at 29 Branch street every convenience. Apply to Mrs. Forsyth, 9 Brook street rtf OFFICE ROOMS TO block. All conveniences, trustees, John Trow, N. Gordon. RENT In Aldrich Apply to either of V. 1'helpa or Alex. 98tf For Pent Double bouse. Branch street. $12. For Rent Double bouse. Foster street f9. For Kent House on Franklin street of 8 rooms and two reception halls ; bath room, laundry room, and pantry ; hard wood floors and finish : furnace heat ; electric light and gas; f26.00. H. A. PHELPS CO.. Telephone 314-1 Mile Building TO RENT First-class tenement at 6 Church street; wiil be ready the 16th of June. Inquire of Dr. O. G. Stkkney, 60 Washington street 67tf TO RENT AT REASCNABI.E TERMS A few rooms, well furnished ; all modern Im provements ; hot and cold water ; bath. CJuin ien Block. 172 North Main street 24tf MISCELLANEOUS THE SUITS AND OVERCOATS made by The Royal Tailors are bound to please, both In style, fit and wearing qualities. Th?re is a reason for it. Pay less and dress better. F. A. Hutchinson. Wood block. 106:f NOTICE The underslgneyl hereby gives no tire that he ia the owner of certificate No. 19v6, for one share of the capital stork in the Orange County Telephone Company, which said certificate waa issued in the name of Lester O. Morgan, on the 6th day of Novem ber, 1908. that he has lost the same and this advertisement is made for the purpose of securing a new certificate of said capital stock in accordance with sections 4273 and 4274 of the public statute of Vermont. Signed by L. O. MORGAN. Barre, Vt, July 1. 1P11. W-30 PIANOS TUNED Piano and organs tuned and repaired : wir ing and regulating a specialty; work guaran teed ; old pianos rebuilt. Fifteen years' ex perience tuning for conservatories, schools, theatres, and professional musicians of New York, Chicago and Boston. For references. The Hallet A Davis Piano Co. of Boston, Mass.. and Newport R L Terms reasonable, G. ROSSI, 'Phone 254-W, Barre, P. O. Bex 44. FOR SALE. FOR SALEThe popcorn machine recently operated by the man in the wheelchair. 50 Elm street. llltf FOR SALE One pair of work horses, 7 and 9 years old; weight 2,800. E. A. Cutler, Orange, Vt. ; N. E. telephone 897-5 ; People Una. 108tf FOR SALE One bay 5-year-old mar with colt by her side : also one bay horse, weight 850 pounds ; light express wagon, harness, etc. Inquire at 506 North Main street. 107tS FOR SALE Al my saw-mill machinery, in A-l condition ; all ready to set up and go to work with. Will sell cheap if taken at once. Robert Wark, Adamant, Vt. 107t6 FOR SALE A 1, 000-th. auto delivery truck in first-class shape; just been thoroughly overhauled ; a dandy for light delivery work. Will sell right or exchange for touring car. Reasons for selling, have just bought a two ton truck. For full particulars, address P. O. Box 407, Burlington, Vt. 107tf FOR SALE About one acre of grass ready to be cut now. On Batchelder street. H. W. Scott. 108tf TYPEWRITERS Remingtons, 126.00; Smith Prem.. fl6.au; Royals, 4d . L. C. Smith, 140.00; Oliver, 140.00 ; New Fox Visible,' flflO.OU. Ribbons for all msrhineg, 60c each. John L. Maxson, 62 N. Main St., 'phone 66-M. 10otl8 FOR SALE Ice cream and confectionery business. There ia a fortune to be made here, paying big from the start. Apply at the D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. 93t FOR SALE 40 nice pigs four weeks old. Steven Farm, R. C. Cowdrey, East Mont, pelier, telephone 19-W. 88tf FOR SALE Registered Guernsey bull calf from a healthy herd. Irving W. Bate, East Barre, Vt. ; N. E. phone 234-13: People line. 65lf FOR SALE Horses, all size and descrip tions. C. E. Willey, Barre. . 201tf FOR SALE One Duplex 419-ft. belt-driven air c nmpressor ,- first class condition, at a bargain; also belt. One 50 H. P. electric motor in first-clas condition. Both can he seen at plant of Novelli at Calcsgni. 46tf I- tiljAoa KOK BALK About 1.200 lights of K'as 10x14 will be sold tor 4 cents a, light. Inquire G. W. Chandlier, Perry's Real Estate office. . I3tf At Averill Mills Until Aug. 1 Everything cut under price to ssve cost of moving. It will help us both if you buy now. Separators, Mowers, Rakes. Tedders, Sulky Plows, Harnesses, Wagons, Sprayers, Spray ing Materials, etc., etc. A. W. ALLEN ESTATE 8UNNY8IDE FARM TEL. 149-1 One Tedder $24.50 Worcester Buckeye 1-Horse Mower 33.00 Two-Horse Mower 37.50 Walter A. Wood Mower. . 37.50 A. W. ALLEN ESTATE MINNIE E. ALLEN, Executrix Averill Mills Tel. 1491 Good Second-Hand Wood Mower at $24.00 Nearly New Adriance Buckeye Mower a4-5o 1 Good Set Double Harness .... aa.oo Double Driving Harness 18.00 Gallon Can of Spray and Sprayer. 1.10 A. W. ALLEN ESTATE MINNIE E. ALLEN, Executrix Averill' Mills Tel. 140-1 At Sunnyside Farm After Aug. 1 All Farm Machinery and Repairs. Wagona, Harnesses, Spray em, etc., etc, A. W. ALLEN ESTATE MINNIE E. ALLEN, Executrix Averill s Mill Telephone 140-1 BATTLESHIP GRAY Here is a new one for you. A Light, Piano-Box Open Buggy, with rubber tires, gear painted battleship gray. It surely is a beaut. Come in and See It Colton, Montpelier FOREST GREEN Another New One Rubber-Tired riano-Box Buggy, with the gear painted forest green. It's nevr and it's nobby. You can see it at Cotton's, Montpelier HANDY WAGON This wagon ha one seat on an extra long body. You can use it for a creamery wagon or a market wagon. It is lighter and ha a shorter body than a reghlar express wagon. $49.00 Colton, Montpelier HELP WANTED. WANTED Salesman to sell lubricating oils, house and barn paint and specialties. Big profits. Champion Refining Co., Cleveland, O. 77178 GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy to get. My free booklet Y-696 tell how. Writ to-day NOW. Earl Hopkins, Washington, D. C. SALESMAN Traveling ; salary and ex. penses or commission : must be active, ambi tious, energetic ; splendid opportunity ; former experience not essential. Landmark Cigar Co., Denver, Pa. 112tl MEN WANTED 10 men wanted at oncei good long steady job on Berlin street Apply to the Gas Company. llltf WANTED At once, man with a family to work in saw-mill and box-shop ; good pay and steady job ; good tenement P. O., Randolph Center ; residence, between North and East Randolph. Dix J. Camp. llltf WANTED At once, a bed setter. Inquire Louis DeHloTi, West Second street 108ti WANTED Competent mn to work in a lunchroom. Apply W. O. Murray, Eagl Cafe 109U WANTED Agent to sell Holeproof hosiery from house to house ; liberal commission u right parties ; can earn from f 8 to f 10 a day. Address P. O. Box 461, Barre, Vt 107 ti WANTED At once, six granite cutters oa vault and monumental work ; steady job. Perry Granite Co.. Waterbury, Vt. 106tf WANTED A first-clas let t ere r, monument, al work. Apply at once to Barton A Hayes. Lane circle. Burnhara's meadow. 102ti WANTED Young man to learn drug bust, ness; salary, fg.uO per week to start Allea Drug Co., Hanover. N. H. lOltlb 1260.00 GIVEN AWAY FREE Mesh bags, watches, watch fobs, pocketbooks. ladiea' chain coin purses. Coupon given with every pur chase. See window dipplay at -869 North Main street 97tf WANTED Housekeeper on small farm by widower; no children; widow preferred: n objection to one child : good home to the right party. Address Box 10, Koyalton, Vt' 97tl6 WANTED A machinist Ahem. Inquire of Jame WANTED. WANTED Old geeae feather beds. Best csh prices paid. Old mahogany furniture, spreads and antiques also bought Addrea C. F. Dickinson, general delivery, Barre, Vt, 102M1 WANTED -Teamster. Apply to N. M. Nelson, 20 Merchant treet Barr. 101U WANTED Dead horse to take away la Barra, Montpelier, Wcbsterville. Graniteville, and East Barr. P. K. Bailer i telephone call. S66-W. m LOST AND FOUND LOST -Heifer calf, black, about 4 month old. Will finder please notify r"aul Lapn Lepra. 10716 R. F. I. 1. riaintieid. vtl LOST A four-months-old pup, part colli, part hound: yellow color. Will finder pleas notify Pasquale Bagalio, R, F. D. 1. Barre. 107tt