VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY APIUL 23, 1902.
Makes delicious hot biscuit, rolls,
crusts, griddle cakes and muffins
A cream of tartar powder, absolutely pure.
R0YA1 BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
Mrs. Iliram Davcnport was callcd
to Chazy, N. Y. last weok, by tlio
sickncss of tlio son of lior clnughter,
Mrs. Willinm M. Camcs.
Upwards of 8J0 woro givon nnd snb
Bcribcd lioro for tlio niiti-saloon
loapuo as tho result of Itov. Ir. J. M.
Barker's appeal 011 Sunday, Apr. 13.
Frank M. Erskine, who lias been
tcncliinp in tho Albany BusinessCol
lcgo in tlio past ycar, will lator tako
up tlio work oof teaching in tlio samo
lino, at Oliatham N. Y., a placo somo
twonty niilcs southeast of Albany.
Tliis inovo is to bo mado in tho inter
cst of Mrs. Erskino's health.
Mrs. Oharles G. Moore, a sister of
William Groarson, has roturncd hcro
froni New York. Sho may reniain
for tho most part of tho coming
months. Hor husband may retnru n
A storuoptioon leoture on "ThoPan
Amorican, or Rainbow Fair," by
Rov. F. A. Holdcn of Connectiout,
will bo givon at tho town liall on Fri
day evoning, April 25, uudor tho au
spices of tho Congrogational socioty.
Tho locturor was a fcllow theological
student with Rov. D. H, Strong. An
iuteresting lecturo is hopod for.
A Robokah lodge was formed horo
last weok with a memborship of somo
forty porsons. A Barre delegation was
prcsent and a good timo was had by
Rov. William Schofield is ill with
pnoumonia. His son Joo came over
from Lyndonville to stay till Jio is bot
ter. His second son, Will, also a lo
comotivo engineer, is about to movo
from Lyndonville, to Shorbrooke,
Lawyor W. 0. White it is said, has
bought Mrs. Arthur Simon's prctty
honse on Construction Company hill.
A. Ernest Nichols, only son of tho
lato Azro E. Nichols, now of Barre,
has been appointed admimstrator of
his father's estate and will sell the
Miss Alico Walker was a great snffor
er last week in hor illness, though
somewlmt rolioved the latter part of
Azro E. Nichols, who died here last
week, wife born in Barre, Aug. 7,
1827. Ho was the son of Reubon and
Sylvia Albeo Nichols, ono of sixteen
children. Wlien a young nian ho took
up the blacksmith's trado, but gavo it
up for farm lifo, which ho followed
inainly to tho end. In 1854 ho married
Calista Hubbard, while living in
Barre, who died in 18GG. In 1807 ho
married Emily Gunnison, who died
here in 1874, he having moved here
and purchased tho Reuben Hatch farm
in 18G8. One son, A. Ernest Nichols,
was tho only ohild by this mar
riage. In 1875 he married Sarah
Flagg, of Southbobro, Mass., who
died last year, leaving ono daughcer,
Miss Gracie Nichols. In August,
1804, Mr. Nichols onlisted in tho
Third Vermont Battery, Light Artil
lery, and served in tho war "of tho re
bellion, having boen mustered out
June 15, 1805. While yet a young
man Mr. Nichols became a membor ot
a church, and on coming here he
transferred his relationship to tho
Congregational church of which ho
remained a dovotod member whilo he
lived. Ono charactoristio of this devo
tion was his presence at the Sunday
services through all these years, as a
mle, only as providontially preveuted.
He was ono of such social naturo that
it was always a pleasnro to meet and
visit with him. Somo fow years ago
a great allliction bofoll him, in tlio
paralvsis of his wlfo, to wliom ho was
groatly dovotcd. Boforo tho ond came
to her last ycar, ho bocamo a hopoloss
invalid, but his dosiro to' livo whilo
sho did was granted him. Such was
tho intonsity of his physical suft'or
ings, and so long continucd, that ho
wclcomcd tho relcaso that death only
could givo him. Ho boro all with
great pationco. Ho was buricd from
his homo last Wednesday, his pastor,
Rov. D. H. Strong, oillciating at his
f uneral. Tho intermont was in Barre.
Wo havo jnst been told that a gran
ito firin in an adjacont town would
come here and start a stone shed, and
agreo to omploy two gangs of outtors,
at least, if our town would oifor
them certain indnccnicnts in tho way
of a plant, sucli inducoments to be
como a part of tho stock of tho com
pany, with tho hopo of return in tlio
way of proflts. Is it not woll worth,
at least, an investigation by our citi-zens?
Mrs. Martha Brnco, wife of Thomas
Poland, has been quito ill in lato
weoks and confined to tho bed a por
tion of the time.
Tho Italian granite flrm of Fontana
Brothors aro employing thirty-ouo
Tho superintendont of tho hosnital
for the insane at Waterbury writes
ueorgo w. bavoryas to an ageu towns
man there: "The conditiou of Mr.
Erastus Ohurch remains about the
same as it has dunng tho past year,
although possibly ho is feeling somo-
what weaker physically. Thoro havo
been soveral times when ho has seem-
ed to bo extremely feeble, sevoral
times when it wonld seem that ho
could not livo very long, but ho would
rally from thoso attacks , showing
that ho has a remarkablo amount of
recuperativo power. "
It is belioved that James K. Lyndo
is improving a little, though very
The threo religious sooieties in our
villago aro to havo the beneflt for six
months of one of tho travelinc li
braries in our Stato. Thero aro flfty
voiumes in tius library anu tlie seiec
tion of books is highly commonded.
Mrs. D. H. Strong has been quito
in ot late, troin rlioumatism.
Fred Sonyjrs, Clareneo Lang and
Henry Collins wero in Montpelier
Clarence M. Lang finished his
work of papering and paintiug for
Jirs. aitor jinrray on a rioay.
Olydo Densmore is to work for W,
H. Goodwin this seaon and has moved
his family into one of his houses.
Rev. O. L. Barnard of Wolcott vis
ited in town this week.
unaries iuartin was in town on
Wednesday buying hogs and fat cat
0. D. Naylor of Fayston is at the
Common visiting W. R. Ohaso and
othors for a few days.
Mrs. ,T. S. Long went to Montpelier
ana uarro on juonciay.
Edwin Foster went to Montpelier
wun syrup ana veai xnursuny.
Earl Densmoro returned homo from
Lowell Monday night whero he has
been visiting his brother Will.
Send orders for Uubber Stamps to the
vermont watcnman Lo.,
A. P. Abbott & Co.
Sample Lot of Ladies' Tailored Suits.
A garmcnt salesmon a friend of ours has just turned over to us
flfteen Sample Sults in blacks, blues nnd biowns, nll of them marked
8izo 3G, but as Suits do not nhvays run ns sizcs markcd thero will bo
some that will fit a 34 nnd others n 38. If these nrc your sizes you
bettor snve a dollnr by looking these Suits over. Wo bought them at
onc-fourtli lcss thnn the regular price. You cnu hnvc tbe snmo dis
coi.nt. It nmounts to just tho following :
13.00 SUIT fov - - 8 9.75 $30.00 SU1T for
18.00 SUIT for - - - 13.50 35.00 SUIT for -22.00
SUIT for - - 1G.50 ) 45.00 SUIT for
Young Ladies' Golf Capes.
This is our lnst call on Golf Capes. All-wool Capes for
young ladies' schobl wear that have been selling at $5.75 and
$6.50 to close. at only - $3.98 Each.
Ladies' Walking Skirts.
An odd lot of Wnlking Slcirts, all of them new this season,
that have been selling at $4.25 and $5 00 each. If you can
fmd your size you can have it for - - Only $2.98.
A. P. ABBOTT &CO.
Sccessors to Qilley & Abbotf.
Thero will bo sorvlcos in tho Congro
gational chuxph ovory Sunday at 11
a. 111., RlHl- T.W 11. 111. HilTB. u. A,
Laslior will havo chargo of tho sor
vices until the now pastor comos. All
who aro iiitorestcd in tho Congrega
tional churoh aro cordially invited to
fiininnnpinrr Anril l22 nnil pnnf iiimmr
tho rcst of tho weok, I will havo on salo at
Mrs. Tliomns Bailey's, Sodom, triinmcd
lmts. Alsfi nntninpMnilHT' Auril nnd
contiiiuiiig tlio rcst of tlio wock, I nlmll
have on salo at Mrs. S. H. Knir's North
Cnlnls, trlinuicd lmts. Mrs. V. J. Kick
nrd will bo in nttundaucc. Lndics wisliing
milliiicry will do wcll to call.
S. E. Inoalls.
The measuring machiiio mado by
Sir .Tosoph Whitworth will mcasuro
ono-milliouth of an incli nnd will
show tho oxpansion of an inch long
bar of motal if touched by tho flngor.
Edwin James is quito ill.
Tlio North school coimuouced on Mon
day with Mrs. Carrio A. Towne as tcach
or. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo lhizzell of Mont"
pclier wero nt Edwin Jamcs'ou Siuulay.
A daitghtor was born April 19 to Dr.
aud Mrs. A. J. Lanco af I'ortsmoutli, N.
11., forinor residents of this plncc.
Miss Tlora L. Clogston is to tcach
school at Piitnamsvillc, whcru sho taugnt
Mrs. C. A. Lasher occupied tho pulpit
at the Congregational house last Siuiday.
Rev. J. W. Illslcy, the now pastor of
tlio Mcthodist churcli, arrivcd iu town
Saturday and occupied tlio pulpit Sunday
nioriiiiig. Ho will movo his family here
Coniniencing April 22 and cuiitimiitii?
tlio rest of tho wcck, 1 sliall liavo on salo
at Mrs. Thomas Dniloy's, Sodom, trimmcd
liats. Also oomtiieiicing April 30 nnd
continuitig tliu rcst of tho week, I sliall
havo on salo at Mrs. S. 11. Fair's, North
Calais, trinnncd lmts. Mrs. W. J. Uiok
ard will be in nttondaiicu. Ladlcs wisliing
milliiicry will do woll to call.
S. E. Inoai.ls.
KbTATi:0FHENltY IllCllAltllSON. '
STATE OV Vl.llMoNT,
HAMIOLI'II DlSTIIlCT, 8.8.
lu I'robnk' Court, lirlil nt Wnslilnictoii, tn and for
ll.l Olatrlct. ii n tlio ISlli Unv or Anrll. A. 1). 19M.
Mnry l!lc)ianlsii aml Krnnk lllclinrilson. iuliiiliilattn-i-i.r
iIid eslnta of IIKN'ItY IMCIlAUDSON'. Into
ol WnMilnittnii, In snlil Dlstrlct, ilcccutcil, jiresciit
tlii'lr ttcl tnln lslriitlon nccnunt for cximilniulon nnd nl
lowaiicc and inakc iipplicntlon ror a ilccrce ofills
trlbtitlun aml pailltlun ot . lio csialc of ald dc-cca-id
Wlivreupun It Is orilcrcil liv talil Ciinrt, tliat snld
accuunt and ald appllcatlnn bo rcl'errcU to a scstlon
tlier.'or. tu bo licld nt tln-Town Clcik's Olllce In salil
VTlilnslon on tliti IBtli day uDIav A. I). Unr. for
licailnn und dccUlon tlicrcunj Aml, It ll mrtlicr or
dcrt'U that all punons Intcrotcd bo notlfleil licrcof,
tty pybllcatlon ofnotlco ot sald appllcallon anl or
dcr tlicrcon tlirco wecks snccosslvoly In tlio VKIl
iont Watciiman andStatk Jouiinal, a ncwspa
pi" pnMlslicd at Monlpollor, In tlils Stalc, and wlilcli
i lr nlntoa In tlic nclylilmrhood or tliosc Intcrosted,
bcroio snld tiino ol lioarlnp, that thoy inay appcar
at snld tinie and placo, nnd, Iftliov soo cnnsc, objcct
lly tlio Court. Atlost.
Wil.I.IAM If. NlCIIOt.S .!udo.
A ' uocop of lli cord. Atlcl.
17 10 WIM.IAM II. NICIIOI.S. Judne
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
Rortha E. Vincent 1 Stato of Vor
vs. Vmont, Wnshing-
Georgo E. Vinoont. J ton County.
In County Court, Septomber torm,
Whoreas Bortha E. Vincontof Wood
bury in tho county of Washington has
this day filed in tho ollico of tho olork
of tho County Court for tho county
of Washington hor libol for divorco
ngainst Georgo E. Vincent, sotting
forth in substanco that sho was law-
fully married to said Georgo E. Vin
cent on tho 10th day of Ootobor,
A. D., 181)2 j that sho on hor part had
faithf ully kopt hor marriago covenant,
but that tho said Georgo E. Vincont
on his part, had not kopt tho samo,
for tho said Georgo E. Vincont had
trcatod tho potltionor with intolorablo
sovority and boing of sullloient abil
ity, had rofused and neglocted to sup
port tho poitionor, and had for moro
than threo consooutivo years wilfully
desortod tho potitionor, and praying
for tho causos aforcsaid that tho court
would grnnt hor a divorco from tho
said Georgo E. Vincont, and further
praying that tho court would grant
hor tho oustody of tho miiior ohild,
Olydo A. Vincent.
And, whorens it is mado to anncar
that tho said Georgo E. Vincent ro
sides wlthout tho Stato, whero tho
proccss of this court cannot bo sorved
upon him, it is thoroforo ordored that
tho said Georgo E. Vincent bo notifled
of tho pondanoy of said libol, and
givon opportunity to mako defonco
thoroin, and summoued to appcar and
mako answor thorcto boforo tho Hon
orablo Connty Court noxt tn bo hold
at Montpelier within nnd for tho
county of Washington, on the flrst
Wednesday nfter the first Tuesday in
Sopteinber, A. D., l!)0a. at nino
o'olook a. ra., by tho nublication of
tho substanco of said libol, togothcr
witn tnis oraor, tnrco weoks succes
sivoly in tho Vormont Watohiuan and
stato .lournai, a weoitiy nowspaper
puonsncd in iMontponer 111 saiu county,
tho last of which publications shall
bo at least six weoks previous to said
nrst wetinestiay attor tlio llrst Tues
dtiy in Soptcmber, A. D. , li)02, which
shall bo deomed sulHciont notico to
tho said Georgo E. Vincent.
Givon undor my hiind at Montpelier
in said county, this 18th day of "April,
A. D. , 11)02.
Stnnloy O. Wilson, Deputy Clork.
John G. Wing, Attornoy for the Pt
KSTATK OF EANNY W. SI'AUI.DINO.
Tho iindorslitiiod, linvlnj? Iipcn aiipolnlcd by the
Hon. I'ro haln f Vtit., fi.r ,1... tii.iin ..r .tr.i.t..
CommUsloncrs, to recclvo, oxanilno, and aiUmtall
lf,fA W.SPAUMHNO, lnlc of llnrro, Vt., In
sa d Dljirlct.inoonsodiamlallclnlinsexlilbliod Inoir
ict tlioreto, hcrtby glvo notlcc tliat wo will rncct for
tlio purpojts nforosald, nt tlio storo of I'criy nnd
tainp.ln tho Clty of llnrro, Vl . In snld IJIstrlct,
pn the lotli day of Mny and It day of Soptcmber lioxl.
Irom lOo'rlock A. M. utilll 4 o'clock V. i.. oncli ofsala
ilnys. and tliat slx inonths Irom tho Stli dav ol
Mnrcii, A. I). m, Is tlio tlmo llmllod by said
Court for said crodltors to proscnt thoir clalms to us
ror cxauilnatlon aud allnwancp.
Ilnted at Clty ofllnrrc,tlilsl5tli day of April, A. I).
'AMKS M. I'KltltY , j Conimls
JA.MKS INUKA.M, slonors.
ESTATK OP ASENATII S. IIOM.ISTElt.
STATE or Veiimont,
DlSTltlCT OP WASIIt.NOTO.V, S. 8.
tti Prnt.nd. Pr.nr, l.nl.l nt ,.. t ... .... .
1 . . . . I ... . '1",'r"r, 111 Illl'l lot
said . Dlstrlct, on tlio 18tli day of Anrll. A. I). 1902!
WllllamJ. Clapp, Adnilnlslrator, with iho nlll
anncxcd, of tho cstato ol AhENATH S. IIOLI.IS-
trlct.dcccnscd, prosenta UU adinlnlslratlon account
fnl civ.nilnnl n.i.l .llnw.M.n
tion for ndocroc ordlstrlbutlon and parlltlon of thc
cslatc of said drcoascd.
Wlieroupon, lt !s oldcred l,y said Court tliat snld
account nnd said appllcallon bo rcforrcd tontesslon
thcrcof to bo hcld at tho l'robato Olllcr. In snld Mont
pollor, on thf lWli dny or Mnv, A. I). W2, for
ticnrlnir nnd doclslon thercon; and, It Is furthor or
dercd thnl notico horcorbe glvcn to all porsons lnler
cstcd, by publlcatlon of tlio samo tliroe wooks suc
ccsslt ely ln thc Vkiimont Watciimas and &tatk
Jooiinal, a ncwspnpcr publlslied at Montpclli'r, In
tlils htate. provlous to said tlmo nppolnted for hcar
Ing, that thcy may appcar nt Bald tlmo nnd iilaco, and
show cauicjfnny thoy may have, wliy sal.l account
should not bo nllowod, nnd such ilccrce Innde.
1M9 IIlltAM CAltl.ETON, Judge.
NOT1CE OK KIIIST MF.ETINO Ot" CI1EDITOI1S.
In tho Dlstrlct Court of the Unltfd St'itcs, for tlio
Dlstrlct of Vermont, In baiikruptcy
In tho mattcr of IIENItV JAMES I.EONAIID
r1','!,,!'f,crccll"2".?f "ENItV JAMES EEO.VAItD,
of Middlesex, in thc County of Wnshlnton, and
DIMrict aforesald, a bnnkrupt.
Notico Is lieroby kIvcu tlmt on the 55th day o
Octo hor, A. I). 1901. tf.u said I1ENIIY JAMES EEON,
AUD was duly adjudlcatrd bankrupt( nnd tlint the
llrst inoetlng of his crtdltors will bc liold nt thc
olllce of tlio underslimed, Itoom N'o. C, U. S. I'ost
Ollico lluHdlnjr, In Montpelier, on the 3d day ol
JI.",y,,A;,I)- ,m " clock In the forcnoou, at
which tlnic tho said credllors may attend, prove
thclr clalms, nppolnt n trustce, cxnmlne the bnnk
rupt, and transact sucli other buslnoss as may nron
erly come before snld moetlnn
. ,i ... . .. . .JL!l',t'ree ln llaukruptcy
Montpelier, Vt., April S2, 190V.
ESTATE OF SA1IA1I F. liUHNIIAM.
Tho tiiidertlincd liavliifr botn nppolnted bylho
llon. l'robato Court for tho Dlstrlct ol Washington
Commlssloners, tn rtcolve, fxnmlno nnd m(jnst all
uiiiiin. niiu nt iiiniiiiB ,ii nn porsons nira nst ino estate
ol SAItAll F. llfltNIIAM, Into or ilontller, ln
snld Dlstrlct, dowased, nnd all clalms exhlblted In
oflsot thcrcto, hcroby(rivo notlcc tlintwc will mott for
thn purposoa nforcsnld, at tho County Clork's
Olllce. In Ihe Clty of Monlpeller, lu said
Dlstrlct, on the 1711s day of Mny nnd
S7lh dny of Septomber noxt, from 10 o'clock a.
that slx inonlhs Irom tho 3d day of April, A. D.
I9WI, 181110111110 llnilted by salil Court lor said crod
ltors to prcsent tbolr clnlins to us for cxnmlnatlon
iaDatnl at Montpi lli r, tlils IMIi day of April, A. D
,, ,' .E SMII.1E. jCoinmls-
I'-lf 1. W. CU.MM1NOS, i slonors.
ESTATE OF JOHN W WHITE.
The underslgiud, linvlnir boen appolnled by the
llon. 1 robnto Court for tlio Dlstrlct of Washington.
Coiiinilssloiicrs, to rocolvo, exninlne aml ndlustall
cliilms aml domnndsnrnll iorsons nKalust thnestate
ot J01IN W. WHITE, late of Calais, Insald 1 Dlst.Ict
deconseil; nnd all clalms exhlhlted ln oflicl thorcto
liorcby Klve notico that o will moct ror tho nur
posos alorosald. at his late rcsldcncc. In tho town
of Calais, ln snld Dlstrlct, on tlio Dth dny of May
nnd 11th dny or Ootobor next, Irom 1 o'clock i ji.
untll 4 o'clock ji , each of snld days, and that slx
mnntlis rrom tlio lltli day or April, A. D. IflOJ. ls thV
tlnie llinltod by snld Court for said credllors to
lirosent Iholr clnlin to us for exaiuliiatlon nnd nl
Iownnce. Dated nt Cnlnls this Ifttls dny of April, A. D.
17 io .iyr!oy,.yf.,,AWAY'f CoiiimU-17-19
ISAAC S TAIIOll, ( sloners.
ESTATE OF WII.EIEE. LIND8EY
Tlieuiidorslitned. haylii)! i.cen nppolnted by the Hon,
l'robatoCourt ror the Dlstrlct nf Wnslilngtoii.oonimls
slonors to rocelvo, exnnilne, nnd niljiist allclalms nnd
domnndsorn 1 persons ugnlnst tho oslale of WIM.1E
E. I.I.NDSE. lateofhnst Montpollor, ln snld Dls
trlct, decenjod ; nnd nll clalms cxlilldted ln olTsct tlicrc
to hcroby ttlve notico that ne will mect for the pui
poscsalnroiald. at the resldence or Wm. Itlckard In
tho town ..r hmt .Montpelier, ln said Dlstrlct, on tho
6th daj ol .May and 9th day of Septomber next. from
2 o'clock P M. untll 4 o'clock I'. i. each or said days.
and that slx inonllis irom tlio l?th day of March.
A. I. I9i J, Is the llmo llmlted by said Court for said
credlt.irs t. prcsent tholr clalms to us ror exnmlna
tion nnd allowance
. I'I"tc,1l "l E""1 Montpelier, tlils 19th da) of April,
HIIiAME SI'AllKOW. (C'ommls-U-l.USTCS
A IlMSs, 1 sloners.
ermont Watclnna Co., Job Printcrs.
D. A. P ERRY REAL ESTATE AOTCY,
A Real Estate bargain means a cut in price from what the property ought to bring. We have cut some prioes to enable us to sell the
property without delay. Here are some that should interest you. We'll give you all the information you may want. There is no better
time to take possession of afarm than now; it is a good time to buy because you can buy cheap. Note these otfered belo
FARJI No. 1,055. Two hundred ton acres for $1,200.
Located about ono milo from Corintli, GO acfos aro tillagc, 80
pasturngo and 70 woodland. Fine sugar bush of 3,000 maples;
large fruit orchard about 2 ncrcs in all. Placo keops 12
cows and team and could be mado to keep twico' aa many.
Buildings aro in conifortablo conditiou. Large bousc contain
ing 17 rooms is very good. Largo barn 30x70 with b.isement.
Our prico if sold" at once is only Sl,200, and terms about 8400
down. We would liko to havo you look this over.
FARM Fo. 1,021. Contains 170 acres and is located
about 4 miles from Northfield ond tho samo distanco from Wil
liamstown. Only 34 mile to tho treamery. Will keop 12
cows. Plcnty of pasturago and 30 acres or woodland. Sugar
orchard of 500 trees and plenty of fruit. Two comfortablo
houses containing 7 rooms each ; 2 barns in comfortable con
ditiou. Qwner wishes to soll with the farm 2 cows, 2 horses
work harnesses, one horso luinber wagon, 1 sot of sleds, good
driving wagon, 1 slcigb, mowing machine, borserake and other
tools, and wo nrc allowcd to sell overything for only Sl,500 ;
terms one-balf casb.
No. 1,049. Farm in South Duxbury of little moro than
100 acres. Will keop 15 cows and team, Nice sugar busli of
1,200 maples. Flace cuts 40 tons of hay. Buildings are in
good condition and consist of a 7 room house and 2 barns
40x50 and 24x54 nearly new. Running wnter at house and
barn. Located about 3 miles from Moretown and 7 miles from
Waterbury. Price is only 1,500 and terms easy. Prico for
all tools, stock and fodder about $2,500.
FARM No. 1,015. Large placo, contains 220 acres, will
keep 1G cows and team. Tillage land is quito lovel and nearly
free from stone. Buildings aro comfortablo and thero is bard
wood enough on the place to pay for it. Is located on a good
road only 3 miles from Roxbury village. Prico, 81,500.
No. 1,0G2. Oontaius about 125 acres and is located one
mile from Stannard, Vt., and 2 1-2 miles from Greensboro
Bcnd. Placo will keop 15 cows and team. Buildings aro in
good fair condition and insurod for about 81,000. Owner
would like to oxchange for a village plao e worth in tho vicinity
of $1,000. Price is $1,500 if sold at once.
No. 1,053. Fiftyj acro farm within ten minutes' walk of
Woodbury granite quarries, about 1 1-4 milo from postofflce,
2 miles from Cabot, and 1-2 mile from school. Large sugar
bush of 1,500 maples and nice fruit orchard of from 50 to
75 trees. Placo will keop 3 or 4 cows and team. Buildings
are very good. House contains 8 conveniently arranged rooms;
barn is 28x40 with basoment. This place is especially woll
adaptod for ono who would liko to work on quarries part of tho
time. Price only 81,000, terms easy.
No. 1,044. Contains 1G0 aces, 75 of which is tillage, G0
pasturage and 25 woodland. Tillage land is sraooth and free
from stone. Sugar bush of 400 maples, and fruit orchard of
100 tree. Placo keops 15 cows nnd team and produced over
G0 tons of hay last season. Buildings aro good. 10 roomB,
houso paintod white in O. K. condition. New horso barn 24x
2G and largo cow barn with basements. Buildings are insured
for 81,G50, located about 3 miles from Chelsea. This is a
bargain for someouo at tho prico only $1,800; terms, one
No. 1,003. Is assessed (or 81,380-880 moro than wo
ask for tho property. Contains 140 acres, 50 of which is til
lage and balanco pasturago and woodland. Nico sugar bush
and plenty of fruit. Will keep 12 cows and 4 or 5 bead of
young stock. Buildings aro comfortable. House contains 7
rooms; 2 barns, 24xG0 and 30x40, both in good shape. This
property is located about 4 milos from Williamstown and 3 1-2
miles from East Brookfled. Buildings are insured for $975.
Our price if sold ot onco is only $1,300; terms, 8500 cash.
No. 1,051. Has good buildings ond contains 175 acres.
Keops 15 cows and team. Tillage lond is nearly all levol and
can mostly bo mowod with machine. Plenty of hard and soft
wood. Largo barn 11x72 and ono 40x40. Good 70 ton silo.
House contains 9 good sizcd rooms. Located about 2 miles
from AVaitsfield, creamery, postoflice, church, etc. Price is
only 81,800. Terms easy to right party.
No. 1,052. Cost $2,000 nnd is n good trade. Consists
of 180 acres suitably divided. Located only 1 1-2 miles from
Brookfield. "Will keep 12 to 15 hend of stock and team. Large
house of 8 rooms; 2 barns in comfortable condition with base
ments. Plenty of woodland and good fruit orchard. Place
produces about 40 tons of good hay. Owner would liko to sell
personal property with farm, and his price for nll is onlv
82,G00, Terms, $1,000 cash.
No. 1,000. Not so large but very productive, and will
wintor 40 head of stock and summer 25 or morc. 157 acres
in nll, and only about 35 acres are tillagc which are in a high
state of cultivation. Large amount of woodland ; could tap
2,000. Extrn good barns with nice convenient stables, ono
34x50 and the other 30xG0 with basement ; largo 150 ton silo ;
2 good houses. Pluce is located about 3 miles from
Williamstown. Buildings are insured for 81,725. Our prico
is $2,250. Owner would exchango for larger farm.
No. 1,054. Contains about 2G0 acres suitably divided.
Plenty of wood and largo orchard of grafted fruit. On the
place now are about 1G cows and team, but farm will winter
about 25 head and pasturo as many. Buildings aro very fair ;
barns are comfortablo and havo basements underneatb. Good
round silo. Nevcr failing water at house and barn. Located
about 2 1-2 miles from East Brookfield. Price for farm with
somo tools is 82,500. Terms, 81,000 down.
No. 1,020, Four hundred acre farm 2 miles from South
Walden, 5 miles from Cabot and 4 miles from Hardwick. Pro
duces moro than 75 tons of hay. Four largo barns 3Gx40,
18x30 and 31x58. Large silo. Ten room house painted
white. On this farm is ono of the best sugar orchards in the
State, over 3,000 trees. Sugar utensils consist of 5 iron
arches and one evaporator with tanks, tubs and holder. Extra
fine fruit orchard. It hB been said that the buildings alone
are worth moro than we are osking for the wholo propertj-.
Our prico is S-1,000, terms about 81,500 down. Tho buildings
are insured for 83,000.
No.; 1,047. Is located in Cutler's Corner about 5 miles
from Barre, 4 miles to East Barre and G miles to Plainfield.
Contains 280 acres, 70 acres tillago almost perfectly lovel, be
ing mendow land and entirely free from stone. Produces more
than 100 tons of hay. Nice sugnr bush of 1,200 maples and
first class sugar house and tools, including iron arch, ovnpora
tor, tubs, etc. Owner has mado nearly 2 tons of sugar in one
season. I wo story house in nrst class shape, contains 10
rooms. Barns are very fair and stables are well lighted and
warm; large silo. Wo aro going to sell this placo for 81,000
lossthan iusuranco carried. Price only $5,000 ; torms 81,500
down. Tho hay sold off this placo would pay for it in fivo or
No. 1,04G. Is one of the most desirablo farms on our
list, owing to its location, condition of buildings, lny of ,the
land nnd quality of soil. Located onlv 1-2 milo from postoflice,
creamery and stores, nnd G rotls from school. 11G acres of
land suitably divided. Produces nearly 72 tons of hay and
tillago is nll machine mowing. Buildings nre very good; 1 1-2
story houso'"contoining 8 rooms. Ono barn 40x80, one 40x50
nnd horso barn 27x40, nll in good shnpo. Nice sugar orchard
and plenty of wood. This placo will keep 30 cows. Prico
with tools 84,500. Terms from $1,000 to 2,000 cash.
No. 1,039. Is located in Lincoln, Vt., contains 170 ncres.
85 tillage, 50 pasturo and balance wooded, Sugar bush of 400
trees with tools. Placo keops 33 head of stock besidcs team
and produces about 75 tons, of hay. House contains 9 rooms
nnd is in good repair. Two barns with basements ; silo
9xlGxl8. Placo is near school and only 1 1-4 mile from cream
ery. Owner wishes to sell farm and personal proporty.
No. 1,05G. Farm in Waitsfield known as the Skinncr
plncc, contains 155 acres, 45 of. which aro tillagc, and all can
be mowed with machine and is from stone. Sugar orchard of
1,000 trees, evaporator and nll sugar tools completo. Fruit
orchard of 40 trees, mostly grafted. One new barn up-to-dato
in evcry respect. House contains 14 rooms in good repair.
Running water at houso ond bnrn. This is a rare bargain."
Twenty-ono cows, 9 young cnttle, 5 horses and all tools for
canwing on farm. Price for nverytliing, S4.G00.
No. 1,058. H. L. Wills' farm iu Brookfield Conter, con
taining 140 acres, 50 tillagc, 55 pasturage and balance wood
ed. Sugar -orchard of 500 maples and good fruit orchard.
Place keeps 1G cows, 3 horses and some young stock, and cuts'
50 tons of hay. Two goods barns, 40x50 and 30x40 with
basements under. Never failing water at houso nnd bnrn.
House contains 11 largo rooms. Located about 40 rods from
school and 1 mile from postoflice and creamery. 15,000 feet
ofspruce on the place and very handy to market. Price for
farm alone $2,500. Price including all produce, 3 horses, 1G
cows, farming implements and sugnr tools, $3,G85.
No. 1.0G8. Loilff farm in Wnitsfinl.l nnntni'no lon
35 of which aro tillage, G0 pasturago and balance woodland.
iiimge land is very smootn and nearly free from stone. Sugar
orchard of 500 trees and tools to run same. Fruit orchard of
over 100 grafted applo trees. Place will keep 32 cows and 2
horses and cuts 70 tons of hay, 3 barns, 41xG0, 22x45 and
24x30 with basements. Running water at house and barns.
Located 1-4 milo from school nnd 3 miles from postoflice.
Price including 1G cows, all young stock and two horses, all
farming implements and sugar tools, only $4,500.
No. 1,045. Contains 28 acres and is located 1 mile from
East Bnrre on main road to Graniteville aud is only a short
distance from quarries. Place will keep 4 or 5 cows and is
especially adapted for a poultry farm and market gardenin"-.
Good sugar bush of 200 trees and fine fruit orchard. Build
ings are in first-class condition. 1 1-2 storv brick house, con
taining 9 or 10 rooms. Very good barn 24x4G with basement
under whole. Buildings aro insured for 81,200. Prico, if
sold soon, is 82,000.
No. 1,017. Contains 8 acres ond is located on tho main
road from Northfield to Roxbury. Largo 2 story house and 2
good barns. Located about 1-4 mile from school and 2 miles
from Roxbury. Will sell for jnst what it -is nssessed for
81,200. Terms, one-hnlf cash.
No. 1,001. Is an especially desiroble homo owin- to
location and condition of buildings. Contains 20 acres. "Til
lage mna lays woll. Aecps 3 or 4 cows and team. Nice barn
25x34 with basement. 1 1-2 story house containing 9 rooms.
All buildings are nearly as good as now. Place is located in
Worcester, Vt. Only 1-2 mile to postoflice and creamery and
1-4 mile to school. If you want n pleasant home this will suit.
Owner would exchango for a renting house in Barro or Mont
pelier. Prico is 82,500.
LIVERY BUSINESS in a smnll town to bo sold
Only business of tho kind in town and is doing well.
iui uvuijmuiy ei,i)w, xerms, oue-nnii casu.
GENERAL hTORE which carries a stock worth
thing over 83,000 to be sold right.
WIIEELWRIGHT BUSINESS in a good larce
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INVESTMENTS. Now 4 tenemont block containin" 24
rooms. Ench tenemcnt is heatcd by furnnce ond lighted by
electricity, has hath, hot water connections, sot Tubs, nnd
rents to tho bost class of tcnants. Pays 8720 per year, and is
ncvor vocont. This ninkos a pcrfectly safe investment that
pays 12 per cent. on prico nsked, '
Wehavo other GREAT INVESTMENTS, includin" a
4 family houso nnd cottngoiii flno location, which; pays $58
por year for only 8 1,200. Terms, $1,000 down, and balance
nt 5 per cont.
The properties advertised above are going to be sold, and will not remain on the market long at the prices asked. If you are interested
in any of thqm and would liko to inquii e regarding them, cal) and see us or write, and we wil! cheerfully tell you about them, We will
take you to look them over any time. OUU HEAYY SALES in theparts prove that our Prices Are Right. We shall be pleasq'd to have
you investiirate our properties, for investigation is pretty sure to be fcllowed by an investment. j
D, A. PERRY, Real Estate Agencv, 8 and "ITba
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