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THE EABItE DAILY TIMES, JANUARY 31, I9U.

CLOSING OUT SALE
of Ranges and Heaters
2 Glen wood Ranges, 1 Magic Wei-com- e, 1 West Shore, 1 Crown Craw-
ford, 1 Magic Stewart and 5 second hand coal heaters, all in good running order.
E. A. PRINDLE'S, Depot Sqtiare

BUSINESS CARDS.

TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE.

DR. W. K. MACKAY

Dentist

Office, Suits 10, Howlanfl Block

Office hoursi 8:30 a m. to 12 m.,

and 1:30 to 5 p. m.

Tel. 162-1-

DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.

Office in room 85, Mile building. Office

hour. a. m. to 1! m. and ItSO to 4

p. m. Monday, Tuesday. Thursday n(1

Friday. Telephone connection.

.

MERCHANT TAILORING.

AIo Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
MOORE and OWENS,
123 Horth Main Street, Barre, Vermont

THE BRUCE ORCHESTRA

BARRE. VT.
F. W. BRUCE, Solo Violin and Director

AN cOoRmGpAetNenIZtAaTnIdOeNxpercloemnopoesdedmuosficitahnes,maonodt

affiliated with tha A. F. of M Official Orches-

tra. Barre Opera House. Dances, CoanaRTl AlD WBDMSOS especially solicited. Telephone

422.12.

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Central Vermont Railway.

Train, leave Barre for White River Jnnetlon

nd snrt

Boston, Bellows

and Fall,

war and

stations, alio New York at

Windsor
a 10 end

11.4& a. m. aod ll.M p. m. Also lean Barre for

wnlle River Junotton. Bellows tails. Surlng-fie- ld

and New York at 8. 48 p. m.

Tram, lea to lan.. Montreal

aBnadrrwarfosrtatBinuurlainagtton8,.10 Sar..

Al-
ul,

8.06. 6.48 p, m. and 2.16 s. m.

Montpelier ft. Weill River Railroal

Trains leave Barre for Veils ftlver, ennneo. Ing at that point with trains eolnc both, north end sou to, at 7.20 a. m.. 12. and 2.4(1 p. m. ltie 12.26 train connect, with train for Boston, and
north for Lisbon. Littleton. Fabvaos and ln- -
caster, also with Montreal cuprous, and the 7.20
and 2.45 trains with 8t Jonnsbiiry train
Train, leave Barre for Alonrpelter at 7.20, 10. Ma. to.. 12,26. a 46, 410 ami 6, 80 p. in.

Electric Street Railway.

rare leave square jrminote or ana

fn
u

Barre for Montpelier at mrnatws past toe hour.

Leave Moutpelter for Barre ou tha hour and

aaii oour mui to p. us.

RELIANCE LINE
Write to us end cat our prices

RILEY'S ORCHESTRA

Music for Latest and music.
Telephone

all ' occasions. most popular

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342-2- 1

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When YOU want a piece of ar tiatic, guaranteed quality Jewelry come in and see our splendid dis-
play

0, J. DODGE, Tie Jeweler,

2(1 Main St

i

o'e Agency lor "Boston American" in Barre.

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WHEN IN MONTREAL Stop at the
RUSSELL HOUSE
534 St. James St., Opposite Grand Trunk Depot. KATES, - 82.00 to 82.60 per day.

WOOD! WOOD !

Nice, dry Maple Wood from $2.25 to $2.75 a running cord.
L K. AVERILL
R. F. D., Barre - - - Telephone 391-- 3

on Water Cooled and Air Cooled Gasoline Engines as shown or mounted on wheels complete with saw.
Wood Saws, Drag Saws, Grinding Mills, Saw Mills, Spraying Pumps, Power Spraying Machines, etc.
It is time to buy a Silo now!
PRICES sad TERMS are sirs to pleat YOU. Writ at yoor want. A for
CATALOG.

See samples at J. L- - Arkley's, corner of Summer and Merchant streets, Barre. C E. Searles, 305 North Main
St, Barre, General Agent.

Brackett, Shaw & Lent Company,

Somcrsworth. N. H.

Batten, Mass.

10c CIGAR factory's output 1910 up-

wards of twenty-thre- e

million. In-

crease during year, over four and one-ha- lf

millions. Qdality counts. Factory,

Manchester, N. H.

Sensational
Merchandise Movement

Wool Fleece Undershirts, were

75c, now

59c

Fleece Lined Undershirts, were

50c, now.:

,

45c

High Grade All-wowere S3. 00, now

All-wo-

Flannel

11.25, now

Sweaters,
S3. 50
Shirts, were
98c

Heavy Woolen Socks, factory

nude; were 50c, now

45c

Home Woven Woolen Socks,

were 50c. now

, ...39c

Leather Mittens, were 50c,

now- -

45c

Sheepskin Lined 1 75. now.
Men'a Socks,

Gloves, were
SI. 39
were 25c,

new.

ic

American Clothing Co,
255 North Main Street

SALIDA GRANITE

The Most Beautiful Monumental Stone

Ever Quarried

INVESTMENT GUARANTEED

Sixteen hundred acres, bearing enormous

quantities of "Extra Dark"

Mon-

umental Granite. Quarries well equipped. A

small amount of stock being put on the market

for further development. Your Investment

guaranteed by sound financial Insti-

tution. Address the Hecla Oranlte Company,

Salida, Colorado.

2C8t8

CARRIAGE REPAIR SHOP

The woodworking shop and the black-

smith shop are under one head. We

carry a large assortment of stock, have

machinery to finish it and the best of

workmen to put it together. We do

horseshoeing and also have new and

second-han- d

sleighs and wagons for sale.

All work guaranteed at

A. J. STEWART'S SHOP,

24 and 26 Prospect St.,

Barre, Vt.

FIRE
insurance Rates
REDUCED

Advertise Your Wants in The Daily Times and Get Results.

Seventeen old reliable Stocfc Companies and five Mutual i Take jour choice. Call and
Any competition met, in f ompanies that have had an
of from 25 to 100 years.
J. W. DILLON,
1 acd Bolster Clock, Bane, t
rood eirent to take orders for .pec tie
tot voci u suiiacie icjt lauies, as sell
as nien.
C II. TAfT, State Manager,
IUnddtih Center, Vt

SHARPLES
SEPARATORS
Having ben prevailed upon by the Sharpies Separator Co., to take the
agency for their separators, I have, after due consideration, decided that the Sharpies Separators are the best on the market that money can buy. Therefore, have decided to, and miule contract for the agency of the Sharpies Separators in this locality and will be glad to call on any intending purchaser and test the superiority of the Sharpies against all other makes of Separators.
J. L. APJiLEY,
Corner Surnmersnd Merchant Sts. Arkley's Liveiy. Baara, Vt,

Reliable Treatment
for Whisky or
Beer Habit
Try It at Our Expense Can You Ask More? Can Be Given Secretly.
We are so confident that O URINE will destroy the terrible craving for whiskey, beer and all intoxicants, that we want you to try it at our expense. Thousand of wives and mothers throughout the land have, by the aid of ORR1NE, restored drinking husbands and sons to lives of sobriety, usefulness and Happiness. We believe that ORRINE will prove successful after all other means have failed, so we ' say to wives and mothers whose homes are blighted, because, of the "curse of intemperance," don't become discouraged, even if you have tried other remedies without benefit. Wry ORRINE you try it at our expense if it fails to produce results. We know that ORRINE stands foremost as a reliable aid to help the drunkard. Messrs. Sullivan A Slauson, the well-know- n
druggists of Utica, N. Y., have been selling Orrinc for a number of
year. Road what they say: "During
the past five or six years we've sold practically all the different cures for the liquor habit on the market. We've never yet found one that gave the entire satisfaction which ORRINE has given. We have several canes that have coma to our attention where excellent results have been obtained by the use of ORRINE. We are so convinced of its merits that we unhesitatingly recommend and guarantee it in all cases of the "liquor habit."
ORRINE is prepared in two forms. No. 1, secret treatment, a powder, absolutely tasteless and odorless, given secretly in food or drink. ORRlNE No. 2, in pill form, is for those who desire to take voluntary treatment. ORRINE costs onlv $1.00 a box. Write for free Orrine booklet (mailed in plain sealed envelopo) to ORRINE CO., 3ofi Orrine building, Washington, D. C. ORRINE is recommended and is for sale in this city by Burt H. Wells, 100 North Main street, Barre, Vt.
Obliging.
There's a pretty cashier lady in a certain Boston restaurant. The other day a fresh stranger approached this cashier and asked, "Are the waiters here attentive to vou?"
"Sir!" she squealed, and her liquid eves flashed fire.
"I asked, are the waiters in this place attentive to you?" he calmly repeated. "Are you hard of bearing?"
Then the haughty beauty shouted for the manager, who came on the run.
"This pup has insulted me!" she sobbed. "Is it any of his dern business whether the waiters is attentive to a perfect lady or not. I'd like to know if just because I'm a poor working girl, a fresh guy can"
"Now, calm yourself, said the stranger, unabashed. "I am merely be ing polite, and complying with a re quest printed on your bill of fare. Here it is; read it for yourself."
The line at the top of the menu card read as follows:
"Client will oblige the management bv renortine anv inattention on the nttrt o the waiters to the cashier." Boston Traveler.

About the State
Saturday's gale opened up Lake Cham-plaiand there was scarcely a sign of
ice outside the breakwater. Mrs. Calista K. Hodge of Bristol ob-
served her 03d birthday anniversary on Thursday, with a party in the evening.
Mrs. O. W. Johnson of Rutland ha'' en egg laid by one of her Rhode Island Red hens, which measures eight inches in circumference the long way and six and a half inches the other way. Her flock of fit) hens laid C84 eggs from January 1 to the 27th.
E. M. Buck of Montpelier, while tearing out walls in the old jail property, came upon a cunningly made saw shaped from an ordinary knife and filed to a nicety. The saw, evidently the work of some prisoner, was carefully wrapped in a newspaper and hidden between bricks.
Asa E. Fuller, aged 68 years, for years a suecesful fanner and famous sheep breeder of 1'omfret. died at his home there January 21. His death was caused by paralysis. lie was born in 1'omfret, grew up on his father's farm, became interested in sheep raising and for some years owned the main farm of the Cloud-lan- d
property. He represented the town of Pomfret in the legislature one term, was a member of the first board of school directors under the present school vtem and had held various offices in the town. He was married in 1864 to Miss Christina Anderson.
As Asa Jackson was returning to Pittsford from Rutland Saturday evening, on a heavily loaded wagon of lumber, the wagon wheels slewed and threw Mr. Jackson from the load. He became entangled in the reins and the frightened horses ran down a hill, dragging Mr. Jackson the entire distance. The team collided with a telephone pole, breaking a wheel of the wagon but not slackening the speed of the horses. Mr. Jackson was badly cut about the bead and there was a trail of blood the length of the hill down which he was dragged. His recovery is looked for.
The need of a heavy snowfall is evidenced all over' the state. Brattleboro lumbermen find it difficult to do any work in the woods, the glare ice makes trips to the blacksmith shop necessarr every day, and the distance is so great mat little time is left to accomplish work. It is next to impossible to cut ice on the river and draw it awav, on account of the icy condition of the river bank. In Woodstock, the roadbeds are wearing out and the Bridgewater stage and freighters have been on wheels for
some time. The logging business is at a standstill and nothing more can V
done in the woods until a foot or two of snow falls.
A meeting has been held at Middle- bury between the water commissioners, claim agent McMaster of the Rutland railroad, Fletcher D. Proctor of the Vermont Marble Co., and the land owners through whose land the railroad was running a line of water. No decision was reached, but it is understood that if the railroad company cannot reach a settlement with the water department relutive to taking water from the reservoir for its water tanks, permission will be granted to dig a ditch so as

SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNESS.
Tke Fatal Germ aud Ita Remedy Nov? Facta of Science.
It la the rarest thing In the world for a man to be necessarily bald. No man whose hair la not dead at the roots, need be bald it he will use Nowbro's Herpi-cld- o,
the new scalp antiseptic. Herpi-cld- e destroys the germ that outs the hair off at the root: and cleans the scalp of dandruff and leaves it in a perfectly healthy condition. Mr, Mannett, in the "Maryland Block. Butte, Mont., wae entirely bald. In less than a month Herpi-cld-e had removed the enemies of hair growth, and nature did its work by covering his head with thick hair an Inch leng, and In six weeks he had a normal ult of hair. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. in stamps for sample to Tlis Herptclde Co., Detroit. Mich. One Dollar Bottlej Guaranteed. C. H. Kendrick & Co., Special Agents.

23 CORPORATIONS

Were Chartered by the Vermont Legis-
lature at Recent Term,

The Vermont legislature granted char-

ters to twenty-thre- e

corporations, ex-

clusive of religious, educational and oth-

ers exempt from charter fee. Seven

were railroad charters, five trust com-

panies, Ave power companies, four in-

surance companies, one telephone com-

pany and one social club. The list and

their capital stock are as follows:

Brighton and Newark Railroad

Co

,

Clirysotile Railroad company.,

City Trust company of Bur- -

- lington

Clarendon Power company....

Cuttingsville and Shrewsbury

Telephone Co

Fifteen-Mil- e

Falls Tower Co...

Fireside Insurance Co,, St.

Johnsbury Fraternal .Slutual Aid society Grsnite Trust Co., Hard wick.. Interstate Trust Co., White Riv-
er Junction

...... Montpelier Fire Insurance Co.
Morristown and Middlesex ' Railroad Co Northern Casualty Co. Northern Traction Co

St. Albans and Swanton Trac

tion Co

Southern Vermont Railway Co. Springfield Trust Co. Taeonic Valley Railroad Co.. . The Taquahunga club, Swanton Tinmouth Tower Co

Vergennes Light and Tower Co.

Vergennes Tower Co

Wiiterburv Savings Bunk and

Trust Co

:

Capital Stock.
100,000
50.000 500,000
10,000 60,000
100,000
60.000
25.000 100,000
r.0.000 10,000 100,000
200.000 2,000.000
flo.noo 60,000
50,000 10.000 200,000
50,000

A NATIVE OF 20XBURY.

Owen F. Donahue Died Suddenly While at Work In Boston.

Boston, Jan. 31. Owen F. Donahue, an employe of the Maiden Electric Light company, was found unconscious yesterday in the wash room of the company's plant, and died soon after. Medical Examiner Durell of Somerville

said that death was due to heart trou-

ble. Donahue, who is survived by bis

wife, was thirty-nin- e

years old and

lived at 52 Sterling street, Maiden.

He had been sent to call some work-

men who were sleeping in another room, and as he was passing through the wash room fell to the floor. Other employe. Jieard the noise of bis fall and on in-

vestigating, called a doctor. Mr. Don-

ahue was born in Roxbury, Vt., and

had lived in Maiden twenty-fiv- e

years.

FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
Mrs Tttsits will pnhliatt Wants. Lest and
round, For Bale, To Let, etc. non tavern,
nance at the rate of lonr line (or twroiy-S- r. eents I or the Brat insertion auu sv genu mr eaoo an baeqaeut userstoa.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.

ntFOR SALE We have at our disposal a small

Elsee

at a small price : A good eut of farm with frum two to live acres of hind,

over one xnd one half miles Ironi the city,

'ihe price with two at f.ft.oo sn hcib.

acre., iluuu.oo. Iuijuire at the

Store land
K. ii.tale

Ileal Kstate Agency, Barre, Vt. 'luleplione call,

FOR S ALK K

house and large

lot, located on South Main street. Five rooms

on flrnt floor and four rooms on second flour.

Tollot on first floor, bath on seoonti floor, but

bath tub not in. Would rotit for J5.00 a

month. 'J his is a corner lot, Go feet on

Main street, 13d feet on Klmore street,

assessed low, as it is leaxe land. Will accept

small payment down (S5ou.OO or ScflO.Wi, balance

mInoqnutihrely)a. t

'Ihe price is the F. M. Cate

low for thirty day.. Heal tstata agency

Barre, Vt. 'ielephone 1'7--

liiltf

bnFOR BALE Bane granite quarry with about

1MI acres of land with all sonal property connectod.

equipment and Hicaequatries

per-
have

operated for many years and the propeity

cvoamntpagrlem.totpolepnetuylnogf alnandddeovpepluoprtlunngitmy toaymimaodr-s

granite quarries equal to snd letuji tbn the

ones now
white or

In operation. Tue light gray color. It

granite ia of Is In shoita

a or

pravtlcally any tut or rilrunn.loo, easily quar-

ried snd worked. Till, gtanita Is peculiarly

adapted umental

faonr dbuaUll dhlauiturusi.utumo auwsoorkl,euammis,camnonl-ie

aqnudamcu.rdblopgr.ofiTtahbelyre

for paving,. it no itxtter

underpinning proposition in

New bngland a a money winner with to e

1h

epnrtoirpeerptyropdeervtyeloIpsefdor

to sal

its fullest at s very

extent. reason-

able flur and the resources of theae quarries

may easily b innustry, and

made the key note to ilarrV the nucleus to an unparalleled

growth for Barre by the formation of a com-p.n- r

to manufacture Information, inquire

hulldlng of H. A.

granite. Barr-F-o,r l'uelps,

Vt. TelepUoneOH.

IMW

I.1VKBY STABLE rOR SALE-Sev- en

good

hor.e., rubber and steel tire buggies, sleigha,

sled., harne.s, luuv er wagon ami lumber iieU,

In tact a loll now doing a

equipment lor s nice business,

first-cla-
owner

is

:ttl 1". :olug

West in th. ling bou.e,

$s2pirinIng, sumhemnterfoarndstatbleJ

and dwelin winter,

Lnnir lease can lie had If desired. Owner will

also sell house furni.'ilnj! if wanted. This I.

a money-make- r

aud can l e secured at the right

priue. Inquire Agency, Barre,

"f the Vt

D.

A.

l'errr

Keal

Estate A8tf

FOR 8 A LF Farm of about 78 acres in

laying

fluids,

Flenty of machine

wood, good pasture, nice mowing; with fair build- -

lugs, i'rice, llUoo.oO. H. l ricip., Dane, , V.

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t FOR BALE Farm of about 40 acres In

ture

and

Suitably tillage land.

divided Int v wood, pasBuildings fair. I'rice

tlixO.00, H. A. 1 helps, barre, Vt.

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FOK SALE Farm of about 60 acres on Hol- -

lister Hill, near l'lainficli. Very fair buildings.

rult orchard. hunning water

1
at

lenty bouse

oafndwoboadrn; .soIm'reicelu, mbneor,

.

H. A. l'uelps, Barre, V

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FOR SAtel Ten-acr- e for market gardening;

fbaertmw;eejnusdt rathneitetvhiilnleg

and V iliiamstown. Moe house in good repair;

barn fair. A II. A. l'uelps,

gBoaordrep, rVoptosition.

I'rice, tiooO.00.

,

247tf

FOR 8ALK Farm of 100 acres In Chelsea,

with nice buildings, running water, fruit or-

chard, wood and timber. Between Chelsea and

Williamstown. I'rice, S200O.OO. H. A. Fheips.

Barre, V t.

FOR RALE Cottage house of six rooms on

Ferry street. Frice, aiJOO.W.

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Cottage house Hill street. I'rice. 1S00. 247tf

house on Foster street. I'rice

12000.(0. . ,

2Hf

house on Branch street. Price,

IWUO.00.

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Double-teneme-

house on Branch street

Price, ,Niu.0u. .

247tf

tioAnslaorgf ethelisctitoyf

abtupilrdicinegs

tots in to suit.

different

sec-

Several hundred cords of

stove wood,

all piled In the woods, on Baptist street, near

Granitevllle. i'rice, f l.So per cord.

These properties are gooit investments for

rentals or homes and nui.t lie sold. W mild ex-

change portions for a good farm all stocked

with tools. H. A. I helps. No. it Academy bt.

Telephone call, Barre l.

FOR SALE Ons

house on

Beckley Court the sabcl M.

(PohffelpPsarkestsattree. etil,Ucbee,lonag.'jiunug.iot.o

H. A. Phelps, Administrator.

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FOR SALE.

FOR SALK-Th- ree

cows In milk, one fre.h.

Inquire of K. B. Mania, ou the Uulf road,

Witlismstown,

ail

FOR BALK OK FXCHANOK FOR WOOU-- A

:ortiiifl i art sleigh, liailioaa, rolies. Would

eichange for new much cow.
Uoce. j Grant avenue.

Apply to I. J. 21mt

FOR RALK-Ctae- ap,

and Ooriiaud North Slam

.thruuegiy. .

Ahpoprlsye,to aal.eifgtoh.,D,haNron.esHso,i
W.utl

pr FOR SALK-B-
long, st 3jc

oft
oord.

wood Sdeings, four feet Mfely hunuled and easy

to uaiidlH. The Orange Lumtier Co., WuitcoinO

I'lace, Orane, Vt

litim

u FOR SAI.K Cow five year old. Ime to bs

fresh Feluuarv lBt. Apply to k. Ritchie, Fast

11 111, R. F. So, L Teiephuua A

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DID

YOU

KVliR TRY TO i:SK THKZKllO OLiNUKR OIL? It nor

lirinK your can to Aiaiey's aud get s irallon.

It is nuaranteeil to oiop In zero weather. At

Arkley's Livery, Bane, VL

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FOR SALE Retail grsnite liuslness la a

thriving city of eighty thousand within two

hundred miles of Bane. Excellent opportu-

nity for a live man or two wttb .mall capital.

I'lace enn l.e Time, ottlce.

bough' t

right

Audieas "Retail," a;7

Foil SA LB l'lgs seven weeks old; a few

new milt b cows; also gray mare, six years out,

eitra C J.

voud driver Waterman. If

and worker, weight icuardion Road,

10.8 lb.
'JV7U.

BALED MAY
At 85c per 100 lb , cash

TURKEY & CHURCHILL

GRANITEV1LLE. VT. 267ts

FOR SALE one dioing-tabl- e Fearl street.

One chamber suit, one couch,

and s.

Inquire at

auetf

FOR BALE Stove. : Mogee beater, large,

suitable tor shop or store, all inside fixtures

new. Also a 8U wnrt parlor beater (square or

ovsl) with large lire bus. Kone better to be

had Used very little. Cheaper second-ban- d

stoves. Prices after 3 n'clmk

ritrhu Call on L.
V. M., oer Eastern

M. Averill, Kstate Tea

CV, L. M. Atoriil liioc

XM

FOR MALK Phonograph, large size F.dison,

one buudred records.

etreat Telept-on-

181-1- 2.

K. A. Lane,

24 Liberty 2f7tf

it FOR SALE Oil LEASE We desire to sell or

leas for a tnrm of years our quarry. Arm.

urani'e company. Jnquue or w. Scott,

Cny Building.

SMit

FOR SALK At City auction rooms: 4 cood

counter., t titn. several moiaste- - " ensuring

lauoets. cook 8 love and heaters. Fooms op.o

every day and evening, piluatm on Pearl tit

O. IL Hale.

.mU

FOR SALE IS home. power gaaoliuo Inquire ol Jame. Aberu, Biackwell Bt

englSlntf.

Horse Wanted

I would like to exchange farm machinery, a

gasolene engine, manure spreader, or Sharpies

separator (I have all slws and keep the only

complete stock of these for a good work horse.

separators

in

Barre)

A. W. ALLEN, Sunnysidc Farm

TO RENT.

TO HF.JiT A tenement with flvs rooms, gar.

den aad place to keep hens, at street For further particulars,

Ku. call

ItW4--

Kinney over

telephone.

270tf

D'AFFITTARK J tenlmecU lu Granite St..

con caltio, gas, e luce eletrtca. Rlvotger.1 a

C Zanteoni, 44 O ran Its street.

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'JO KKXT Three tenements, steam, electric

lit tits and gas. Aqna Pura BulHinir, Granite

street, Barre. Also a front room, corner of

Merchant and Granite streets. Apply to C.

Zanleonl.

vfif

TO RENT-- A store on North Main street. In-

qsturiereet of Mrs. G.

B.

Durkee,

SCO

Isortb

Main 2St3tf

lO REST A single room to the L. II. Averill

building.

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FOR RENT Cottage boas o six rooms at

corner of Ferry and Hill street Bent, $10.00

per moo th.

24itf

Double-teneme-

house on Foster street

' An Acknowledgement.
Barre, Vt., Jan. 30. 1011.

The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.

Theron S. Dean, General Agent,

Burlington, Vt.:

Dear Sir: I wish to thank vou for

the prompt and courteous attention

shown me by your special agent, Mr.

J. A. Bond, who so kindly secured and

forwarded to your company the proofs

of loss in the case of my late husband,

Alfred E. Lcbourveau, who died on the

21st instant.

('beck received v

bearinir date

'January 28, 1911. I do not see how ny company could be more prompt. I shall always feel like saying a good word for you to any pf my friends de siring life insurance. ery sincerely yours, Grace M. Lebourveau.

PLAINFIELD.
The Plainfleld Dramatic club will pre-e"Snug Harbor" at Marshfleld Tues
day night, instead of Thursday evening, as stated last week.

to obtain water from the power house of the marble company. The large power plant of the marble company, which has been under construction at Beldons, to be used for electrical purposes, is nearing completion.
RUTLAND BUILDING RECORD.
251 Houses, 2 Blocks, 5 Garages and Many Others.
Rutland, Jan. 31. M. W, Dunn, build-i- n; inspector, lias filed with Mayor H. O.
Carpenter his report for 1010 end it shows that the year was a prosperous one in this city in regard to building operations, a good many new structures as well as permanent repairs on old ones having lieen compi'ited.
Dr. Dunn states that there were 25 houses, two blocks, five garages, one boiler shop, seven barns, 15 poultry houses, a safety deposit vault and 13 sheds erected in the city during the year. In addition to this piazzas were added to 21 houses and additions of other kinds were made to 22 buildings.
JAMES B. MUSSEY DEAD

How's 1 his?

sv W offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
rase of stanb that cannot be eared by Hall's Catarrh Cure,

F. J. CHFNF.Y A CO.. Toledo. O.

We. theanderelraed. have known F. J. Che--

nevfor the lsat Vt year, and believa him por--

fectlv honorable In all business transactions

and financially sble to carry out any obligations

made by his firm.

SH.DO, KIKHAH MiRVm.

Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.

Hall's Cstarrh Cure I. taken internally, aetlnz

directly upon the system

the blood End mucous surfaces Testimonials sent ires, fries

of
76

celnatsa.peMr abilotstlet,amhuoyldrulny

all Druggists. iot cousupauoa.

.THE.
New Hotel Albert
Eleventh St. and University PL
NEW YORK CirY
On Block West of Broadway.
Th only holutiy modern
transient hotel below 22d Street Location central, yet quiet 400 rooms (AX) with, beta ) from l.uu per day opwarus. Hot and eoid water.
I Sttllent reatanrant and of. attach.!
Moderate price, (end for Free) Illustrated Guide
and Hap of New York City.

Had Been Resident of Sutland Nearly All Hia Life.

Rutland, Jan. 31. James B. Mussey

of Park street, a life-lon- g

resident of

Rutland, died yesterday st his home aft

er several months' illness with a com

plication of diseases. " Mr. Mussey

leaves, besides his wife, formerly Miss

Frances E. tlaghorn ot Wallmgford, two

daughters, Misses Gertrude A. and Ruth

C, Mussey, of this city and one son,

James H. Mussey, of Stookbridgo.

Four brothers. ilham A. and Henrv

C. Mussey of Atkinson, 111., Robert of El Taso, Tex., and E. 1 Mussey of Brooklyn, N V., and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Xowers of Atkinson and

Mrs. Nellie Curtis of Detroit, Mich., also

survive.
The funeral will le at 2 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon at the house.
Sir. Mussey was born on what was formerly known as the Mussey farm, south of this city, January 10, 14H, and with the exception of a short time spent in Clarendon had always lived in Rutland. He was a firmer until years Ago when he went to work for the Howe Scale company and was employed at that plant until he was taken ill last August.

THEATRE CO. INCORPORATES.

BOSTON-LIVERPOO- L
c Via Queenstown u Ivcrnid, Ptb. 21,
N P.M.

3.30

A NEW YORK-LIVERPOO- L

R Via Fishjuard Mauritania, Feb
D A. M.

1, 9

Apply to 138 Slate St Boston, or tn local
agents: N. It. Ballard. Mile. Block. Barre. 8 S. Ballanl, Lawrence 6l.lg.s4uit,lW,Vt

To Conduct the Rutland Opera House As In Past.

Rutland. Jan. 31. Tlie Rutland Opera House association has tiled articles of

im association in the office of City Clerk

II It Whittle T lie nrrranir. t ion i.

capitalized at f lii.OoO and the subscrib-

ers are H. O. Carpenter, W. R Kins-

man and Edward Dana. The opera

houfe was bought a year or more ago

bv live local men from the W. Y. W.

K'pley estate, C. W. Spencer, II. A.

; Farra'r and L. F. Miner a few months

jago selling their interest to the present

j incorporators. The recently incorporat- -

ea association win

w.e i ncaire as i

theretofore and the policy will not be

Given Warning.
Mrs. Wilson's bustiand was often obliged to make long journeys on business and frequently did not reach home till after midnight." His wife had usually slept peacefully at these times, but a number of burglaries in the neighborhood during one of Mr. Wilson's trips had disturbed her calm. One night Mr. Wilson was stealing carefully up the stairs, so that his wife should not bo awakened w hen he heard her voice, higli and strained.
"I don't know whether you sre my husband or a burglar, "she called; "but I am going to be on the safe side end shoot. So if yon are Henry you'd better get out of the way!" Tit-Bit-

Solves a Deep Mystery.

"I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader of Lew-isbur-
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no equal. Try them. guaranteed to satisfy. Red Cross Pharmacy.

Every bottle is Only 50c at the

IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE

Ka, About thesis of your shoes, It's som satlsfae-tlo- n

to know that many pop. can wear shoe

a U smaller by shaking Allen's Foot

the antiseptic powder, into them. Just the

thing for Dsnolng Parties. Patont Leather

Shoes, and for Breaking in New Shoes When

rubier, or your shoe,

overshoes become pinch, Allen's Foot-F-

.

nece.sary

s

wt 1

and give

in.t.nt relief. Sold vervwh-r-

!i'o. Hainni

FREE. Ad ires. A.ien S Olmsted, L. Roy, S. X

Don't accept any subititut.

COMMISSIONERy NOTICE.

ESTATE OF IRA FEMIS.

Th undersigned, th Hon. Probate

having; Court

fobreentheappliolsintrtiecdt

lv
of

Washington, Commissioner, to reenve. exam-

ine and adiu.t th claims and demands of a, I

persons airalnst til estate of Ira Henns, late of

Mar.hh.ld. in said District, on th. -- th da, of

o'clock P. M. until 4 o'clock P. M on each of

said davs, and that sli months from Uie etn

day of by said

j.uiuarv. A. D. hut, Is the Court for said creditors to

time llmiteii present their

claim, to u. for examination and allowance. .

listed at Marihrt.iU, tin. 14m ,tay of January,

A. D. 1211.

FIM1AR A. LAMRERTON, 1 Comr.ii.- -

II ABLE H. 1.1LL1K,

.loners.

janI7-i3- l

i

STORE HOUSE.

trt(or. nniintiiiliir.

aronmtnodettons
carTieaa .leivh.

fnr
a.

storm t, racial tr

No cost or dirt and very lltn daagw froia

Br, oj.

although I a vry

can insur ibeap rat.

property stared by If ur.irea. i'rtm.

rent

tail on tk fcouwb

er addr.,
JaaUi

Imiuss K. HoJ ar-1eaJi.

4,

:t

WANTED.

WANTFI To buy er rvnt, a small farm (flv

to tventv-- f v acre, i atar Barr. Address B.x

I A, Ban. Vt

muni

MISCELLANEOUS.
v,t.rnT.k.. . . u ...
g,--4 repair. Addrrss "TobJga'aa," lime Fr,t

I. AIttnocr ofimguerinCg 3ta.x0e0s,. waPterricree)nt,oninlysur$an2c1e00a.nd

a reasonable amount for repairs, pays twelve

per cent net. Location good. w toe car line;

throe minutes from City Building. This is a

bargain less than the lot is actually worth.

Property consists of a

bouse

and shop. Lot is 68 x 125 feet. Must be sold

st once. This is your chance. of it before someone else does.

BLetetteru.gsehtobwoldit

to you. Ibe A. Ferry Real Estate Agency.

Barre, Vt

18211

The D. A. PERRY
Real Estate Agency
Rooms 2 and 3
Howland Bros, & Cave Building

Rent, Si.OO for each tenement

24?tf

Tenement of nine rooms on Branch street.

Kent 1S.o0.

2tf

Two tenements of eight rooms each on Foster

street Rent, SlAuo each. H. A. Phelps. 3

Academy street

i4-- tf

TO RENT First-cla- ss at SS Maple avenas.
29 Park street

tenement; sli rooms;
Apply to U W. Meloher,
2iltt

TO RENT At 'o. S Laurel street, six-roo-

flat on third floor; fist class in every way; hot

w.ter. eiectriu lixhta and set tulis. Key with

Mrs. Darling. K. L. Smith.

2'tftf

TO REN I Tenement of live large, bandy

rooms; warm bou.e. dry cellar; spiing water.

Avers street, near South Main, tall on L. II.

Averill, over Eaatein L.tst Tea Co., from Lis)

to P. IL

230tt

TO floors;

KENT also

nnNehaorulyse

new and

cottages garden.

hardwooa Inquire at

20 Church street. C. IL Kenneraou.

223tf

The D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency has recently listed thia nice lot of small farms, truck farms and poultry farms, to meet the constantly growing demand
for this class of property.

No. Hid. For sale: Twenty to twenty-fiv- e

seres of nice-layin- g

land; good soil; good

fences. Some hard wood, a little soft timber,

TO RENT Tenement on Perry street

of J. W, Nichols. South Barre.

3)Stf

OFFICE TO RENT Vp one flight, center

front, L. Jd.

three window room. Averill Building, 3u

Oas Kortu

MoarineleScttricMityl.t

TO RENT Tenement on second floor; flv

rooms ; city and spring stove; barn and gardun.

water; gas and gat No. 200 East street

Inquire of J. C. Uriugs, Currier Block. laltf

Ilt.T lliK

OK bAl.K-i.ou- ace

gouib klalu sUeet Apply o

house lol D, Ladd. I27if

iilht orchard and small fruit. Will cut ten tons of

hay. Oood eleven-roo-

house, part hard wood

floors. Oood barn with basement, clapboarded

and painted, tmly three-fourth- s

mile to good

railroad town; one fourth mile to school. Mith

this farm you have one ouw, wagon, sleds, plow

harrow, cultivator, and stoves in the house; all

for t.".MO.isJ. Iluuu.uo cash, the balance in easy

payiiu.'Uls.

2Mtf

No. 101. Nice little four-acr- e

home, all tillage

land, nearly level. Thirty fruit trees, nate-me-

barn, 24 a 3S, clapbosrdcd snd painted.

An eight-roo-

house in fine condition. Near

school. In a good railroad tow a. Price, f Iihi iki.

fcaay payments.

2oltf

No. 1 2. Nearly new cottage bouse of six

rooms and bath. Porch on front and sides.

Icetric lights; hot Slid cold water. House Is

finished in natural wood, mostly hard wood

floors. Oood cellar: town water. On electric

ear line, two miles from Harre city. 1 Jirgn lot,

with ben house,

exchange for small

larm. 1 rice right.

'i.ltf

No. K3. this Is a line proposition. Eighty

acres: twenty-fou- r

ttllniic, balance pasture and

woodland; nearly level, machine-mowe- d

flehls.

Torwcoharhdusn. drPeldenatvridotfiwftoyodsuangdarsotmreeess,otfwt ot'.mapliperl.e

This farm will Veep eighuuen cows snd team.

'1 wo good basement ban t.rd horse bain with

basement, sixty-tons- il

i,.mmih Iiouc iu

food

condition; hard

floors.

water. me ai d one half miles

Never- -
from a

good railroad town; near sclnd. All personal

ropertv. louricen ne.iu oi sioea, cows auu

' 'J h& Tni "J-.- .

.

TO BENT Store and baker's shop, to bs

vscsted August 1st For further particulars

Inquire of Vt

U,

Biaucbi,

10?

Barre street,

Alone-peue- r,
loStf

HELP WANTED.

WANTED A man to work on farm. Must

t.e a good mliker. Apply to IL IL Martin, WIL

11am. town, Vt

67U

WANTED- - An experienced table girl None

otber need app.y. Cny Hotel.

270t."

WANI ED A woman f or ueneral housework.

A middle aged woman preferred. Address

"U. Y.," Ciie of Times otllee,

270US

WANTED C.lrl or wonisn for general house-

work

in

a small farnilr
App.y at No. i

A Win

Serwesdtrisehet, goirrl

tele-

d.

phone 4.J--

2tW

AN7 KL Danish cirl wants a place to do

general

Iwutework.
R. t. D. No.

Inquire of Thomas

Telephone Su--

lajt)e

WANT! D At one. A chef. Year around

position .or l peuer House,

Ignt partf. Moatpelier,

AVtitpiy

at once,

MonU
2tif

A I, EM S Make this new year a prosperous

one. Han He our combination parka. of

toilet arrlele. Every bo -- y I'uy. on sight. Send

r.ttv ents forsamp e woi kini; nutrlt and .stab.

Ilsh voarslf a permanent irsoe and It assured

of a goon weekly Income. Triaola Compaoy.

J.onu lo, Mass.

2.U

No. Io4. Just rit-h-t for noultrv. Ten seres.

five tillage and fruit orchard.

five pasture, nearly level. tiKxl mOi birn Mid horse barn with

basement. Seveu-roo-

houe in condition

nrtv rod. to tchool; three miles to a good

railroad toan. I'rice only tlsioo. Payment

part cash

101 tf

No. Ift'i. Ten acres. Another poultry or fruit

farm. Six acres tillage,
level and eKd soil. t,od

four fruit

oarccrheasrd.anBar--ee- ;

nietit birn, 2o x claphoartled s"d painted.

h.use In gorsi shape, tine wnter.

One. half mile to liool. two aod one half miles

to lame railroad town. W ill exchange for (arm

el "I1 " sixty acre..

If you want a larger farm, or one in some

ail Sue and

prices, s lso town prcitertv, nice homes, bus- Iness blocks for investments, timlier lands, snd
in fact. ..mo., anting In the real estate ne. Auctioneering in an ciasae ii projierty oon in in any paf t of the state.

BOARD AND EOOMS

sTlTE OF TWO RIIOMS TO RENT in th ( uriler block. Inqulr of R. S. Currier. 27utf

TO RENT Furnished room for one or two

men. st No. - Col tag. street. Inquire at th

house.

VR'tf

TO ItlXT-- A
Chur. to street

g.vd lurnisher.t le.ephort si-1-

room

at No. I Joilf

TO Rr'NT A fnrnl.b.! room to rent All

mn inn conveniences. Inquire at 41 inr.khn

l.'reet

an.ltl

f, v . VV blw H4 rm hirhriMm fln,e with

o,Mi bon e bosr.t librjrjr. po.t . flic-

-

anI dwooenjriamihteoau'ws.aikArlsroomtatlhee,

""'-Mt- t!

j

RENT Hinir! nnfiirnlsbed root to rent

In tn I at, Aven.i building,

irt if

TKE D. A. PEEBY REAL ESTATE AGENCY
BOOKS I AND t
HCWLAXD EBOTKERj & CAVE EL'ILOIN'S
t MAIM STREET. BARSC VT.
Leng Dia'anc Tel. phone, 272

WORK WANTED.

W vVIr'H-- A
.lent irm.

p'ae wiui

ts work In th a girl tweiv

cltv tv .a
year, ol

f.ieplio. ..14

ITitJ"

wtUtrt, W ANTE ft
work by in

A le to
d.v. Barr

do r

rerf tt

or t
Aitr

"8. A. R," 4

Barre, Vt

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