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TIIE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1913.
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ROOFING PAPERS
Two and 3-PIy Gauntlet; 1, 2 and 3-Ply Tropico;
2 and 3-Ply Amazon; Amatite Gravel Roofing; Build
ing Paper; Tar Coating for Roofs; Everjet for Tin
and Iron.
Special Low Price in Quantities.
E, A. Prindle Depot Square, Barre, Vermont
BUSINESS CARDS
CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS
Piano Tuner
Pianos and organ tuned and repaired. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Also manager ol
The Harris Orchestra
SI SPAULDING STREET Phn 161-13
DR. G. L, T. HAYES
Medical and Surgical Diseases
Peculiar to Women
Offlc Hoar t to 4 P. MU
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday
Ala by Appointment
44 and 15 Blanchard Bull ding Tel. 33
GIOVANNI ROSSI
Instruction in the art of
VIOLIN
Plartng, PinnoforU, Haratany Campaaltiaa.
Connected atmrn rjart with th Nov Bed
ford high school and five yasua with tha Y.
M. C A, of Mew Bedford. Maaa, aa musi
cal instructor.
t MUSIC STUDIO.
P. O. Box 44 1J Mils Block
Ernest H. Bancroft, M. D. C.
Veterinary Physician and Snrjeon
Graduate Chicago Veterinary College
N. E. Taiapbaaa. 861-13
Alio the People's Lin
OmCI AND HOSPITAL, SOUTH BABKB
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office In Boom 35, Miles Bnildln.
Office botrm. A. M. to 1 M. and 1 :36 to 4
P. M, Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Frida.
Telephone Connection
M. J. WinTCX)iIB
Licensed Embalmer
Calln answered promptly day or night
An up-to-date AraDnlxnoe m connection.
EAST BARRE, VT.
TELEPHONES 229-1
MERCHANT TAILORING
1 Alas Cleaning, Press- ,
" ins "a Repairing
MOORE & OWENS
1U Nartai Main Btres Bam. Yanaant
Vary Annoying.
Mabelle What mattes the leading
lady ao grouchy? Estelle She bud
counted on making a big hit with her
dlTorce case this Reason, and Just as
he was about to bring proceedings her
husband bad to go and die. Mabelle
(Indignantly) Now, Isn't that just like
a man?-Judge.
ONE FUGITIVE SOON CAUGHT.
Explain a Mystery.
"It has always been my Idea," re
marked the man on the car, "that
something Jostled nature's elbow when
ebe was pouring the seeds Into the wa
termelon." Toledo Blade.
44X444
AUCTION SALES
O. H; HALE, Auctioneer
Will attend sales
anywhere. List your
goods early and turn
them into cash at our
NEW AUCTION MARKET
Depot Square
Next sale Saturday, at 1 p.m.
Of the Two Who Eloped From House of
Correction Yesterday.
Rutland, Aug. 13. It was an exciting
day at the house of correction yester
day, when two prisoners escaped from
the institution, one of them being cap
tured on Pine hill within a few minutes
after he got away. Frank Snell, com
mitted Dec. 1, 1012, from Bennington for
criminal assault, to serve a sentence of
from four and a half to five years, and
John Coffey, committed May 21, last
from Rutland for burglary, on a sentence
of from two to three years, were the
men who eloped, Snell being taken by
Samuel Qeno and a "trusty" prisoner,
who started in chase when he saw the
men getting away.
Both Snell and Ooffey were working
in the marble shop of the house of cor
rection at 9:30 o'clock in the morning,
when the former went into a carpenter
shop above the marble working room, os
tensibly to repair a hammer. Coffey fol
lowed him and both climbed out through
a cupola onto the roof after bending
some iron bars, and jumped to the
ground outside the yard fence on the
house side. Mr. Geno waa working on
Pine hill and easily got Snell, who made
no resistance. Before the guard nad
got out after the second man, he had
disappeared.
After the re-capture of Snell it was
found that both men cad sweaters ana
it is probable that they depended upon
this dmsruise to help them get away.
Coffey is 23 years old and has brown
hair and brown eyes. He weighs 150
pounds and wore a blue cap and pre
sumably a blue sweater.
RILEY'S ORCHESTRA
Music for all occasions
Latest and most popular
music
TEEPHOJtK - - 342-21
PIANOS TUNED
Piano and arcana toned and repaired; wiring-
and Twruiatinx a BpeeJaftr; work naa
taed; old piano rebuilt. Fifteen yssu -pericno
teniae for iaia ln In, seboots,
tbeatrsa, and nuifiaalimel unartruuis of Mew
TCorx. Chkwo and Boston. For iiifummss,
Tho Ballet A Davis pteoo Co. of Boston.
Waa . and Newport. B- I. Tern reasonable.
C BOSBL Tkmm 2S6-W. Bam. P. Ol Baa 44.
The Washington County
Humane Society respect
fully asks that the owners
of short-tailed horses use
a fly net when in the
harness and a blanket or
some other protection
against flies when in the
stable or turned out
10 rM
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ECLIPSE'
memo
CLEANER,
Leads in
Efficiency and
Durability
C No More
Backaches i
peanin?
You need an ECLIPSE in your home
for greater cleanliness; for the comfort
and happiness that comes from sanitary
cleaning; to remove the burtons of those
who keep the home in order; to Bare
time, Worry and annoyance.
For Sale by
Barre Electric Co.,
135 North Main St, Wblock Block,
Telephone 98-W.
Auction Sale
of
PERSONAL PROPERTY
Aa I. have a good job In the atone
sheds and am giving up farming for a
while, I will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, on
Saturday. August 1 6
at 1 o'clock sharp in the afternoon, on
the premises where I now live, known as
the Arthur Martin or Budrow farm, sit
uated on the West Hill in Barre, Vt., 4
miles from Barre City and 2'i miles
from Wllliamstown village, the follow
ing: 3 GOOD COWS (( Holstein and a
Jerseys) 3 SPRING CALVES, 4 HORSES
as follows: 1 large work team, 1 brood
mare with a colt by her side, 1 bay horse,
good worker and driver; 1 brood sow
tbat will farrow before the Bale; 20 hens
and some chickens; 35 tons of nice hav,
cut early and put in in good shape.
FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY
1 2-horse farm wagon with hay rack and
short body; 1 set of farm trucks with
hav rack; 1 express waeons 1 2-acat
rubber-tired surrey; 1 road cart; 1 open
Concord buggy; 1 2-seat rubber-tired
pony buggy; 1 single sleigh; 1 set of
2-horse traverse aleds, 1 act of 1 -horse
traverse sleds, mowing machine, horse
rake, 2 plows, cultivator, spring tooth
harrow, and wheel harrow ; 1 McOormick
corn harvester, all in good shape; 1 6
horse power gasoline engine; 1 Bhingle
mill and car stake machine combined; 1
set of double work harnesses ; 1 Bet of
double drive harneeaea; 2 single drive
harnesses; 1 no. in iJe Laval cream
separator; with small tools, such as neck
yokes, whillletrees, eveners, hoes, forks,
rakes, sbovels, iron bars, and other arti
cles not mentioned. Everything to be
sold without reserve or limit, as I meau
business.
Terms at time of sale.
E. LETTER, Owner.
C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer.
ABOUT' THE STATE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM
DIFFERENT SECTIONS
Concord, but he has passed the greater
part of his life out of the state. He has
painted portraits of ex-Governor George
Ii. Prouty, ex-Governor E. J. Ormsbee,
Chief Justice John Rowell, and Colonel
Clarke.
RECEIVER FOR STONE-WORKERS.
Justin E. Brush, who Oied recently at
the home of his son, J. S. lirusli, in
Manchester, was U.) years old.
Meets At South Woodbury,
Winooski Valley Pomona grange meets
at South Woodbury Saturday, Aug. 16.
Charles W. Gates of Franklin, state
highway commissioner, will give an ad
Miss Ruth Thompson of Springfield dress in the afternoon, and it is hoped
stumbled over a milk bottle and fell that Jo"a . Titcomb of Lymdonville,
down a flight of stairs, cutting her face state nan aud game commissioner, will
in several places. also address the meeting. The after-
1 noou session will be open to the public
Jay Darrow of Lunenburg was fined ana were should he a large attendance,
S1W ana costs 01 ifiz.us for killing a
deer out 01 season. 1110 case was heard
in municipal court,
CHILD KICKED BY PONY.
Ralph Pelletier, a young Brattleboro
autoist, was assessed $28.08 for alleged
reckless driving in Iveene, N. II., Mon
day. The arrest was made in Chester
field last Friday.
H. Parker Kinsman, who died in Rut
land Sunday aiternoon, was born in
Undergoes Most Serious Operation and
Seems on Roads to Recovery,
Rutland, Aug. 13. At the Rutland hos
pital, where he had been since Monday,
when he was rushed there by train and
automobile from his home in Manchester,
after having had his skull broken by
the kick of a pet horse, James Parris,
Clarendon in 1830. He waa a veteran of '-yr-om son 01 jvir. ana Mrs. j. v.
the Civil war and belonged to various 1 erw a most serious surgi
A. t. 11
In Rutland city court, Clyde Reed "? 108 u""f tne orain a oroxen
pleaded guilty to a charge of rape and T V" i T TTi.- . . P . u
was fined S10 and cosU. lie is seventeen J?1"- - S"d.of thL8 ty, assisted by
years old, and the other principal in "r- uiu'mnl'", w aaancnesier, per
the case, Julia Marro, is fourteen years ormed ,th operation, taking out the
.1 j bone and closing the wound, without tre
panning. I he child seems to have ex
cellent chances for recovery,
Early Monday, as Mr. Purdy was leav
ing his home about two miles from Man
cheeter Center, Mrs. Purdy, his daugh
ters, Misses Hazel and Dorothy, and lit
tle Parris, as he is called, the latter in
hia "nightie," were at the door to bid
i! i i rri . i- j i
Louis H. Barney, who died Sunday in "'m K-v7m. ine i urays naa oeen a
Swantm at the age of 70 years, was ",m T- ' "'j ' . J
47 yeara in the employ of the Central M1 old his residence in the
Vermont railroad, a good portion of the T " ?. u -Vu? "YT7 Blaole.
. 1... m.utr which he had long conducted.
tween St. Albans and Boston. . A JiJurdy was J f?0'"1? of
isigiii, vn inn jjouhc, iiar.ei weni o uie
When the Bennington public piy. stable and brought out the children s pet
irround closes for the season. Auirust 23. ye. wn in ney naa oeen
P .... ... .i.l nnwillinrr tn 4aall h vhn Iivapw hAt-aaa
business men of the place will partlci- .....
pate in an athletic tournament. S'oung and warred him at a trough in the yard,
The New England section of the NV
tional Electric Light association will
hold its annual meeting at the hotel Ver
mont in Burlington September 17, IS and
19. It will be the fifth annual meet
ing-
people of the village will also take
prominent part jn ine program.
Aa she started back to the stable, she
began to run, and the friaky pony ca
pered after her, playfully kicking up his
heels. iarris was just near enough to
get the terrific blow just over one eye.
The principal Catholic churches of Rut
.. ill n.l.krl. Snn,liiv Kan
tember 7, as Holy Name day. There '' vir oy
will be special services in each church auiomomie ana orougnt on me morning
and in Rutland City there will be tram to wis city, wing mw ai Me iocw
narade of the Holv Name societies. station by automobile and taken to the
w I hViartital Arnvinai fhafn ft i a iVinriiTiAfi
First Lieutenant William D. Fraser 0f was such that it was deemed 'advisable
t -t;iu-, .rr, ha. h.n n. not to attempt to operate until ne naa
, i ioia fAAtk.li t.m .t been somewhat prepared.
Norwich university this year. He for- A a prevention of possible lockjaw
m-i .,i. tk fi,.Vi,n a ini. anti-toxin was administered at intervals
tural college team, one of the fastest in
the middle est.
Referee Olmstead Acts in Case of R. Ar
doline & Co. Other Proceedings.
Boston, Aug. 13. On a petition of
creditors, Referee Olmstead in the Unit
ed States bankruptcy court yesterday
apponted Pilgrim R. Zella reectver for
R. Ardeline & Co., atone and granite
workers, East Boston. The bond was
fixed at $2,000.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
The Times will publish WsnU. Lost and
Found, for Sale. To Let, etc. abort adver
tisements at the rata of four lines for twenty-five
cents for the first insertion and five
cents for each subsequent insertion.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
HOUSE FOR SALE At 40 Merchant street ;
8 rooms, bath and pantry; steam heated, gas
and electric lights ; city and spring water ;
also garage; house in first-class repair. For
particluars. Inquire at 88 Merchant street.
126tf
FOR 8 ALE 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 -a Nelson street. Barre.
9tf
FOR SALE-
FOR SALE A new Crawford range, used
only two months. Inquire at 288 Barre street,
Montpelier, Vt, tel. 68S-1. I26t
FOR SALE Two seated carriage, canopy
top, 185.00. K. A. Lane, 24 Liberty St.,
Telephone 181-12. 124t.
FOR SALE At a bargain, 1 8-H.-P. Wood
pecker engine, but little used: also a 18-Inch
Ohio ensilage cutter. Dix 3. Camp. Randolph
Center. Vt. ; residence between North and
East Randolph. 112tf
FOR SALE On pair of work horses, 1
and 9 years old; weight 2.800. E. A. Cutler,
Orange, Vt. ; N. E. telephone J97-S; People's
line. I08tf
FOR SALE Ice cream and confectionery
business. There is a fortune to be made here,
paying big from the start. Apply at the D. A.
Perry Real Estate Agency. 98tf
FOR SALE Registered Guernsey bull calf
from a healthy herd. Irving W. Bates, East
Barre, Vt; N. E. phone 234-18; People' line.
r6t
. FOR SALE Horses, all size and descrip
tions. C. E. Willey, Barre. 20itf
FOR SALE One Duplex 419-ft. belt-driven
air compressor; first class condition, at a
bargain: also belt One 80 H. P. eleetrls
motor in first-class condition. Both can h.
seen at plant of Novell! A CalcsgnL 46tf
HOTEL AT PLAINFIELD FOR SALE 15
rooms, all new turnitifre within a year ; house
is in good repair ; price low and terms easy.
Apply at the I). A. Perry Real Estate Agency.
63tf
FOR SALE 100-acre farm I miles from
the village of Chelsea, on good road : good
buildings with never-falling water at house
and barn; nlc orchard. Melds are smooth
and cut 40 tons of hay last year; near cream
ery and school. Easy terms. Inquire of E. R.
Davis. Barre, Vt 91tf
House for Sale !
The B. B. Cook home place on
North Seminary street must be
sold at once to close the estate.
The property consists of house
and barn, one-half acre of land,
The house contains 9 rooms,
large closets and bath, and has
spring water. For price, etc,
inquire of
CHAS. B. TOWNSEND,
Executor.
128 tf
NOTICE.
A. E. Wakefield, who died in Hyde Tk k-,. tk n,.u- m.i
Park last Friday at tha age of 68 years, ,.,. n n. n. v, .,. wt.
was a native of Hardwick, where i he notified thHt the followinjr" assessment
'7 ... " -... have been levied by the directors of said
Park seven years ago. For three years
company on all premium noteg in force
he was a deputy sheriff, and since the h following dates, Tir.:
erection of the new jail he had been 6
the jailer.
LAMOREY CLOTHING
COMPANY
CUSTOM TAILORING
Barre - Vermont
Cigar. Thirty-nine years' continuous in
creased sales tells its own story. Fac
tory, Manchester, N. BL
jewelry I
!
i
!
i
i 0. J. DODGE. The Jeweler j
It soo Main St, Sole Agency for
"Boston American" in Barre.
When YOU want a piece of j
Jewelry, come in and see
our splendid display.
Give our delicious Pies and Cakes a trial, and you
will find our Malt Bread is the finest and most pa
latable -you have ever eaten. No need to expend en
ergy and time baking when you can secure THE
BEST at
Mason S. Stone, state superintendent
of education, and Mrs. Mone have re'
turned from Salt Lake City, where the
former attended the annual meeting of
the National Educational association,
They Jo traveled extensively in sev
eral western states dusing their sbsence
from Montpelier.
When two automobile parties became
tangled in Wilmington Monday, both
were spilled over shallow precipice onto
the rocks below, along the LVerfleld river,
and James T. Gregg of Pawtucket, R. I.,
who was driving one of tha cars, sua'
tained a deep cut on his left leg, caused
by a broken wind shield.
Sara Franklin, formerly proprietor of
a resort near Fort Ethan Allen, who was
Aug. 10 Vt Pr cent
Aug. 31 ',4 per cent
Sept. 30 per cent
Oct. 31 , Yt per cent
Nov. 30 y4 per cent
Dec. 31 Vi per cent
Jan. 31 4 percent
Feb. 28 ............... Vt per cent
March 31 per cent
April 30 4 per cent
May 31 per cent
June 30 1 per cent
For the fiscal year ending July 31st,
1913, payable to the treasurer of the
company on or before September 1st, at
the Home Office, City of Barre, v ermont.
it u. nooinson, iec.
SHERIFFS SALE
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
"MAKE YOUR SUMMER TRIP BY A COMFORTABLE ROUTE"
MONTPELIER AND WELLS RIVER RAILROAD
SUMMER SCHEDULE
Through Pullman Sleeping Car (electric lights in every berth)
Operates DAILY Between Barre, Montpelier and Boston
SOUTHBOUND
Leav Barre 9 :80 P. M.
Leave Montpelier 10:00 P.M.
Arrive Boston 7 :10 A. M.
SCHEDULE
NORTHBOUND
Leave Boston 8:30 P.M.
Arrive Montpelier 7:80 A. M.
Arrive Barr 8 :00 A. M.
Through Parlor Coach Between Barre, Montpelier and Bos
ton, Daily Service (Except Sunday)
SCHEDULE
SOUTHBOUND
Leave Barr II :2B P. M.
Leav Montpelier 1 :10 P. M.
Arrive Boston 8 :10 P. M.
NORTHBOUND
Leave Boston 1 0 :00 A. M.
Arrive Montpelier 5:20 P.M
Arrive Barr (:48 P. M.
EFFECTIVE JULY 12, 1913 Through Parlor Car Service
Will Be Established Between Burlington and Bretton Woods
EASTBOUND
Leave Montpelier (C. V.) 1 rt)0 P. M.
Leave Montpelier (M. A W.) ..1:10P.M.
Arrive Bretton Wood 4 :6S P. M.
SCHEDULE
WESTBOUND
Leave Bretton Wood 8 :40 A. M.
Leav Woodsviil 10:18 AM.
Arrive Montpelier 11:44 A.M.
At citv of Barre. Vermont on the 6th day
arrested jn V irgima recently on a white of August A. u. I9is, by virtu oi ronaition
slave count, ia trying to get bail of fn !? "JortJ'?."e ixruti?d l
110,000 for his release. Franklin is al- clty 0f Barre, on the 2d day of May. A. D.
leged to have followed the Tenth cav- 19011. th following described property was
airy, colored, on its trip through the b ' 00 h!f " .l1 "
. ... JIii.il 8 show case and contents. 4 large show bot-
South. It 18 not thought that le can t)!. t fountain counter, 1 center table
procure bail. and drawers. sponge baskets, 1 desk. 1
Icoucn, s oince cii.ua, . cii.nv . .-rt, .
electric desk lamp. 1 large plat mirror,
mall show bottles and pedestal. 2 sets scales
Fast. Oranville was attemrjtirur to run .nd weights. 1 set prescription scale and
his father's car the other afternoon, "sights, l herb cabinet, i uai aii Meper-
when he Ida control of the machine and ehemic3, ,nd p.Unt medicinea. all sundries
went down a bank into tne river. I ne meaning thereby all stock in trade, ana au
machine turned turtle with the boy un- furniture.
derneath it The lad escaped injury, and for CMh to hiKDt biadar to satisfy said
a later examination OI the car laileU to mortgage deed as tne law directs, at 10 o'clock
show where it had been much damaged. in the forenoon, on the 16th day rf
Store on North Main street
A. D. 1918.
H. J. SLAYTON, Deputy Sheriff.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer.
SHERIFF'S SALE
State Cattle Commissioner Fred L
Davis of White River Junction has pre
pared for the use of cattle drovers and
those interested in shipping cattle and
horses Jn or out of Vermont a booklet on
tne laws irovernina' tne nanuuna or tne ... r, e,k j.
animals. It 18 leather bound, neat ap- of August A. D. 1918, by virtue of condition
peering booklet for carrying in the vest broken in a mortgage deed executed by D. F.
. ,.i Davia. Jr.. and delivered to A. V. Morse of
P"--'- eity of Barre. on the 8th day of May. A. D.
1902. the followtl g described property waa
Mian Panav Mariruerite Johnson of a I taken by me:
well-known Ithaca, N., Y., family, and . ?"e.."l '"'l!i?k "Lk lhe "pp"'
Robert Burns hyte, star halfback for And the same will b sold at public auction
two yeara on the Cornell football team, I for cash, to th highest bidder, to satisfy .aid
I . j A . U 1 . A i wm- t Id -'.In. Ir
von msrriPd in Ifenmnirtnn Anonint .". I m"rl"" "" -- . . . . .
a telegram from the bride being the first tn tn, highway in front of D. K. Davis' Drug
intelligence of th elopement, Wllicn the I Stor on North Main street.
.i " - ii- . .1. I A n. 1911L
momer oi tne i iuw aumititru me mn.r-1 . eT AVrr t .... ck jiv
n. . l.n 1 1 V,,, iriu. uu.'ui,
riage to be.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer.
COZY COTTAGE ON PARK ST. Contains
six goodixed rooms, conveniently arranged ;
Is Heated by steam and has modern plumbing ;
wide porch and fin lawn, with Blent? of
shrubbery. This bouse is so situated that it
affords a fine view; large lot with small fruit
and some appl trees ; good garden. A modern
horn in beautiful location at moderate cost.
Price, 82.600. 126tf
GLASS FOR SALE About 1.200 lights nf
glass 10x14 will be sold for 4 cents , light
Inquire G. W. Chandlicr. Perry's Real Estat
office. stf
For Sale
New 1,100-lb. Simplex Separator,
rrice, $100.00. Will take good second
hand machine of smaller size in part
payment.
SUNNYSIDE FARM
Telephone 140
Adriance Corn Binder
All apt up, ready to hitch to. The
best Binder made. Will last longer and
do better work than any Binder on the
market.
SUNNYSIDE FARM
Telephone 140
Studebaker Delivery Wagons
With Double Decks
A very attractive and profitable Wag
on for an up-to-date market gardener.
Fully guaranteed.
SUNNYSIDE FARM
Telephone 140
Leather Upholstered
Concord Buggy A Beauty
$58.00
SUNNYSIDE FARM
Telephone 140
FARM. 8TOCK. TOOLS AND CROPS
Contains 74 seres of excellent land in high
state of cultivation: will carry from 16 to
cows summer and winter; sugar bush of 800
maples, all equipped ; plenty fruit. Owner
wishes to sell with th farm 16 head stock,
8 horses, all farming tools and crops (nearly
IX.000.00 worth), and will give immediate pua
session : sickness in family makes sale neres
sary. Loctaed nly one-half mile form East
Montpelier on a good road. This is a ba
gain and will suit anyone looking for a good,
well-located farm. Buildings are good. Best
of water. Price only 84,800. 1XM
VALUABLE MAIN STREET PROPERTY
which must be sold to close an estate. Excep
tionally desirable location, accessible to rail
road at rear: Main street frontage is 6 feet.
and a depth of nearly 220 feet, Building now
on property pays about fSuO per year. This
ia a good proposition to bold as an invest
ment or improve at once; is sure to appreciate
in value. Price I far below what you rould
buy the same property for, wer it not to close
an estate. 126tf
Inanlr f
THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY
H.wland Block, Barn, Vt.
FOR SALB My two-tenement house on
North Seminary (treat. Rent for 822.00 per
moot.. Kewlr minted and la good renal
Dr. C. H. Kent For particular sea Dr. C W
Steele. Howland buidling- U9tf
TO RENT.
FIVE-ROOM TENEMENT TO RENT at T8
Maple avenue; modern conveniences. 126t6
TO RENT Tenement of 6 rooms t bath
furnace beat: electric light and gas. Inquire
of Mrs. Mary Garvey, 46 Pearl street. 125tf
HOUSE TO RENT with large henhouse and
garden. Apply to Mrs. Jan Trail, Windsor
terrac. city. 126tf
TO RENT Furnished front room to rent.
all modern convenience. Inquire ol tt.
Boyce, 11 Academy St. 120tf
TO RENT Tenement of five room at 80
Merchant St, electric lights, hot water. In
quire of George Mann. (4 Wellington St.
Jlltr
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM All modern
convenient es. Mrs. MrCasklll. IT Wellington
street. . llltf
TENEMENT TO RENT Suitable for man
and wife; at 48 bast street: rent 810. Ann I
at Baltimore Lunch. lOHtf
TO RENT Top floor of th Arcade building.
suitable xor rooming house. Inquir of 1,
Vett. 171 North Main street. 9Stf
TO RENT Tenement at 29 Branch street
every convenience. Apply to Mrs. Forsyth,
Brook street, rrtf
OFFICE ROOMS TO
block. All conveniences,
trustees. John Trow, N.
(lordon.
RENT In Aldrich
Apply to either of
II. Phelp or Alex.
9stf
For Rent Double house, Branch street. 812.
For Kent Double house. Foster street, 89.
For Rent House on Franklin street of
room and two reception halls; babb room,
laundry room, and Dantry : hard wood floors
and finish; furnace heat; alec uric lights and
gss; (26.00.
B. A. PHELPS CO. -
Telephone 314-8 Mile Building
ESTATE OF OLIVER F. CARPENTER.
Th Honorable Probst Court for tb
trirt Aforesaid:
To all persona Interested In tne estate of
Tho fifth summer session of Middle-
bury college closed last Friday after 1 atlt( of Vermont, District of Washington,
successtul session, isotn in the num
ber of pupils who were enro'led as well
as in their ability for doing Work, the Oliver F. Carpenter, late of Marahfldd, in said
session surpassed all other sessions of I district, deceased. OKi.tnu:
!. ,1!, if . ..;.) Tl, 1 -.--..It I WHEREAS, said court haa aaiigned the
i 'ion ia . I 20th day of August next for examining and a-
i.irui, nan .-', ji " iiun. iu .cm K -1 nwirnr th. .ccount of tha admtawtrator of
ates of the college and 84 were engaged I the estate of said deceased and for a de
ll professional teaching. rT '; la w;
miklie nntifB thrMif bsi rivB to sail Drrnom
Early Sunday rnornincr a threo-storv I interested in said tat by publishing this
In .trotrloK uraa I order tfir wseks succewivly previous to
- s n j I'll t i th day assifrned. In the Barre Daily Times,
ted by flames in an incredibly nhort . Mp,per published at City of Barre. In
time. Over thirty laborers who occupied said district.
the house were obliged to jump from THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
,i ...,,.. . u .. i- i appear a in promt omcv m m
second-story windows to save their lives, .rij ji...i, k. .,in.H h.n .nH
One of fJiem was taken to the Memorial there to contest the allowance of said account
hospital as th result of Serious injuries ' you see cause, and to establisn your rignt
; . i . . las neirs, legatees auu t."'"' i,.,u ,u
sustained In jumping. . ,,. ..V.,
I Glvrn under my hand, this 29th day of
P. R. Guiger, night operator at the JU y frank j. martin. Judg
railroad station in nrattleooro for the July SO Aug 6-18
past four months, was arrested recently,
charged wttu the larceny of a camera
from Jus. Lmraj ash. Uefore Munici
pal Judge Frank E. Barber he was sen
tenced to serve not less than rive months
and not more than five and one-half
months in the house of correction at
Kutiand. v nen sentence was pro
TO RENT AT REASONABLE TERMS A
few rooms, wU furnished ; all modern im
provements; not and eouj water; bath. Quin
tan Block. 174 North Main street. 249tf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A letter addressed to Mrs. W. E.
Corliss, 4 Camp street, between New England
Fruit Store and Currier Park. Finder pleas
return to above address; reward. 12u
LOST A gold medal with letters "C. A. C."
engraved on front, and on the back th date
1-10-12 and 60-yard novice, under please re
turn to this office : suitable reward. 126t3
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
ESTATE OF HUBBARD E. HADLOCK.
The undersigned, having been appointed by
the honorable probnte court for the district
of Washington. 'COMMISSIONERS, to receive,
examine, and adjust the claims and demands
of aU persons against the estat of Hub
bard E. Hsdlock. 1st of Marshfteld, tn said
-.,,). , . . I district, deceased, and all claims exhibited
nounced, Guiger, losing all control of h S.. .,., hh. iv. untie, th.t w.
himself, threw himself on a table. I will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the
Town Clerk suffice In tne town ol marsnneu,
in said district, on the 19th day of August
snd 17th day of January next, from 1 o'clock
p. m.. until 4 o'clock p. m., on each of said
days, and that six months from the 18th day of
July. A. D. 1918, is the time limited by said
court for said creditors to present their
claims to us for examination and allowance.
Dated at Marshlleld this zoin day ol July,
A. D., 1913.
ELWIN A. THOMAS,
RALPH R. IDE,
Commissioners.
July 80 Aug 6-18.
Scott Clinton Barbee of Boston, who
is teacning art in the i:niversity ol
Vermont summer achool, has just fin-
shed an oil painting of the late Presi
dent Matthew Henry Buekham. The
picture is being shown this week jn the
Billings library in the college croup.
along with an art exhibit of Mr. Barbee's
paintings. The artist was born in East
STRAYED FROM THE PASTURE of Lewi.
Lagor, two Jersey heifers coming two years
old. Finder pleas notify C. A. Bnggs, nil.
liamstown, Vt. 126tS
LOST A hound dog. black with a little tan ;
answers to nam Pomp : had collar with
"C. P. Tucker" on it. Will finder please
notify C. P. Tucker, No. Montpelier, Vt.?
126tS
MISCELLANEOUS
LESSONS Given In water colors and oil
for a few weeks only by Mrs. C A. Clark,
of Boston. Call at 26 Ferry St.. or Tel.
78-11. 12216
ABANDONMENT NOTICE
Whereas, my wife, Luigia Bottinelli, having
left my bed and board, without just cause or
provocation, I will pay none of her bills from
this data.
GIOVANI BOTTINELLI.
August 8. 1918. 126U
WARM WEATHER HINTS
During the heat of summer, keep your
stomach and bowpls reetilated br using
BAXTER'S MANDRAKE BITTERS, a
gentle laxative tonic, and ward off dis
eases incident to the season. Sold every
where, liquid or tablets, 23 cents.
MARKET WAGONS
LIGHT DELIVERY WAGONS
HEAVY DELIVERY WAGONS
We are showing a nsw
light handy Wagon with
ne Mat It's a good an
COLTON MONTPELIER
HARNESS
PLENTY OF DRIVING HARNESS
PENTY OF FARM HARNESS
PLENTY OF TEAM HARNESS
PLENTY OF EXPRESS HARNESS .
Always a Good Assortment at
COLTON'S MONTPELIER
HELP WANTED.
WANTED Male stenographer who under.
stand shorthand. Apply at 16 Terrac street.
Montpelier. . 126tS
WANTED At onoe.
Bros. Granite Co.
a polisher.
Smith
126tS
WANTED A good, cteady man for farming
and team work; state wage wanted. E. L.
Johnson, Waterbury, Vt 127t6
WANTED Experienced girl or woman for
general housework ; family of two. Apply to
Mn. George Atkins, 11 Vine street, Mont
pelier. 126t6
WANTED A gang of first-class granite cut
ters. Barclay Bros. 126tf
WANTED One gang of
Harrison Granite Co., Barre
granite cutter.
124tf
WANTED A blacksmith. Good hore.
shoer and jobber. Apply to John Salter,
East Barr. Vt. 122U2
WANTED A
an aged couple.
Vt.
woman as housekeeper for
J.. W. Blancbard, Randolph,
116H6
WANTED A forging blacksmith, one who
can forge and make up new tools. " Apply
to Boutwell, Milne A Varnum's Quarry,
Granitevill. 114tf
WANTED Travelling salesman In tha
granite monumental line. Address: "Gran
ite", Time office. 114tf
WANTED At once, six granite cutters on
vault and monumental work ; steady job.
Perry Granite Co.. Waterbury, Vt 106tf
WANTED A machinist
Ahern.
Inquire of Jamea
Ht(
WANTED.
WANTED To rent a farm or farm, stock
and tools, for term of years. Adds P. O.
Box 66. Orange, Vt 128t6
WANTED Several more reliable men t
learn the Auto business, and prepare to fill
positions at salary of 816. to 830 per week.
Write stating age. Maine Auto Co. Tay
lor St Garage. Portland. Me. 118t2f
WANTED By a respectable family, a ten
ement of five or six rooms, or small cot
tage in good location. Address "Tenement
Wanted", car Times office. 12216
WANTED Dead horse to take away la
Bam, Montpelier. WebstervMle. Granitevill.
and East Barr. F. K. Bailey; telephone
call. 366-W. 24 m
EARS! PEARS! PEARS!
I have about 80 bbls. Clapp's Favor
ite rears just ripe, Delicious to eat,
or preserve, l'none hij-i. L. li. Lord,
Orchard Farm, Burlington, Vt.
TELEPHONE
YOUR WANTS
TO TIIE
BARRE TIMES
TEL, 310.

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