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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, -BARRE, VT., THURSDAY. JANUARY 23, 1912.
7 Closing Out Sale of Second hand Heaters and Ranges 1 extra large Magee Heater, 1 extra large P. P. Stew art, 4 Box Stoves, 3 Coal Stoves and 5 second-hand Ranges. These goods must be closed out at once prices right. E."A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M.ttC. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Criduale Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, 361-13 Alto the People's Line Office and Hospital, South Barre CARL 0. PERKINS Electrical Engineer n Contractor Electric Fixtures and Supplies Electric Wiring of All Kinds 199 North Main St. Barre, Vt. Telephones t Store 259-M, House 74-3. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in room 35, Miles building. Offine hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1:30 to 4 p. m., Monday, Tuesday, Thirrsday and Friday. Telephone connection. MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS, 122 North Main St Barre, Vt. RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for til occasions. Latest and most popular music Telephone . - 342-21 The Barre Opera House Orchestra Edvin W. Bruce, Director and Manager Indorsed by all musical directors that come to the opera house, as among the ' best. Featuring Kar! Forsell, cornet ' soloist, iate with "The Schobert The- ! atre" and Boston Phonograph orchestra, ! Boston. Fine dance, a well as concert orchestra. All popuiar hits of the day. 25 Nelson St. Phone 422-12. ffftATENTS ffiffil iJXfJiw K CZE.i for patent. PatflnU tv-nred throauh at j&Mir used without chrg. lNw vt in- &2 Trnitoiis rwuwl ttrt poMit buv. "HlnUto fM inrentorB," W')iy 011.4 i riven torm (ail." Hook on P4 patent. Henri cs rouyh nkittrh or mod1, for fteatvh ot Mtrnt Office rwortit and report on patent Ulify, HlxtciaU atrcnti v pou cltiM and town. Mr. Urwjr 'liile Actinic Conrnit8lorirr of Parents had tvM rharKo T.S, I'atcnt OtHc?. GKKTCLKY A McIlSTZKE, JEWELRY When YOU want a piece 6 artistic, guaranteed quality Jewelry, o.ome in and see our splendid display. 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler. 203 Main St. Sole Agency for "Boston American" in Barre. i I I e I WOOD FOR SALE All kinds of wood. All or ders delivered promptly. A. TOMASI Fxchange Stock arm Telephone 307-28 ANOTHER STATEMENT BY DR. WILEY (The food expert) at the recent con vention at Burlington was that there is no other substitute for the infant's natural food like fresh, clean mi'k from a healthy cow, properly fed. We have such milk from specially select ed cows fed by our direction for this special purpose. It costs more to get these extra precautions, but it often pays. L. B. Dodge Creamery Telephone 233-W. 300 No. Main St Barre, Vt li -fis U LLlVA w jtwt Output for 1911, 29,356,736 Increase during the year 6,282,834 Factory at Manchester, N. II. FIRE. Insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable Stock Companies and five Mutuals. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competition met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. J. W. DILLON, S and 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt TRAVELERS RAILWAY GUIDE Central Vermont Railway. Train leave Barre far White River Jnnctloa Dtl Boston, and wu sea Hons, sled Windsor and Bellows rails and New York at 8.00 and 11.40 a. m.. 108 and 11.90 p. m. Also leave Barre for Wait River Junction at 2.0S and 7.60 p. no. Train leave Barre for Burlington, St. Al btnt, Montreal anil war atatioua at 1.00, 11.40 a, toH J.2B. MS p. m. and 2 16 a. m. Montpelier & Wells River Railroad. Trains leave Harre for Wells tilver. connect ing at that point with trains going- both north and south, at 7.J0 a. m.. IK.3S and 2.30 p. m. The 12.36 train connects with train for Boston, and north for LUhnn, Littleton, Fabvaae and Ijw caster, also with Montreal expross, end tfie f.20 and 8.80 tmins with He. Jobusbury trains. Trains leave Barre . for Montpelier a! !.S0 lO.W a. m.. 12. 26, 430, 415 and 6.20 p. ta. Electric Street Railway. Car leave no nan) In Harre for Montpelier at If nunntee of and IS minute paat the hour. Leave Montpelier for bur oa Uio hour and aaifbournntUlup.ua CUNARD LINE Boston, Quosnslown, Liverpool S. S. PANNONIA SAILS FEBRUARY 13, AT 6 A. M. First and Second Catin only 126 STATE STREET, BOSTON Or Local Agents: N. M. Hallard, Mile' rllork. Harre, Vt. ; 8. S. Hatlard, Lawrnc Hulldtnfr, Montpelier, Vt. WHITE STAR LINE BOSTON QUEENSTOWM LIVERPOOL Heirantlo (new) February SO Offlc 84 State St.. Boston. Mass.. or apply to Local Agents V Uth Street W & University place One block west of Broadway , NEW YORK CITI. Within easv walking distance from Whole sale and Retail Dry tiood District. Con veniently near Railroad and Steamship Line. The only modern absolutely fire proof transient hotel below 2.ld Street. .100 Rooms. (200 with bath) RATR3 PROfl J I. -per DAY UPWARD blcelleot Restaurant and Cafe. Moderate Pticc. Send for free illustrated Oulde and ' Map of New York City. Underwood Standard Typewriter The UNDERWOOD has been displayed at all expositions of import " r r s i ance since ivuu and in every case, was awarded the highest prize. Re cent championship type writing contests in thi United States and Eu rope have been won on the Underwood and all speed records are held by operators of this ma chine. The UNDERWOOD is a mechanical master piece and a universal fa; vonte. "The Machine You Will Eventuaily Buy." Underwood Typewriter Co., Inc. 243 Worthington St, Springfield, Mass. i Vermont Representative: C. H. LYMAN, 14 Crombie St., Burlington, Vt. MORE LIGHT If you want more light at smaller cost, try cur SUNBEAM MAZDA LAMPS All styl and sizes for any fixtures. All kinds of electric supplies and fixtures. Barre Electric Co. Successors to Cushman & Ward, 1 Pearl Street, Tel. 98-L, Barre, Vt. Got My Sore foot in It Right! TIZJ "A TIZ Bath, My Boy, a TIZ Bath! You Can't Beat It For Sore Feet, Corns and Bunions!" Is this man a tender-foot? No. He is joy-walker one who uses TIZ and get from the feet a happiness one never betore. "Sur.t I Um TIZ Evary Tim for Any Foot Trouble." When your feet are so tired they feel like stumps, when they ache so that they hurt way up to your heart, when you shamble, your feet along and it eeems tu though all the misery you ever had has settled in your fe.-t, look at the huppy TIZ man in the picture. You can be Imppy-footel just the same. If vou have corns and minion mm evejyuouy Ree.ni to si ji oh, just think of this happy 1 IA man. He had corns and bunions, too. This man used TIZ, and now he has no more tender, raw, chafed, blistered, swollen, tired, smelly feet, corns, callouses or bunions. As soon as vou put your feet in a TIJ5 bath, vou feef the happiness soaking in. It's like mountain ozone to lungs. Nothing else but Tli can give you this happy foot feeling, llon't accept any substitutes. TIZ, 25 cents a box, sold everywhere, or sent direct, on receipt of price, bv Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago, III. Recommended by all drug stores, depart ment and general stores. FIGHTING THE RATEL. This South African Badger Hat a Grip Like a Bulldog. There 1 a curious long nosed little creature of South Africa called the ratcl, which la said to exhibit a most peculiar method of fighting Its human adversaries. The son of a Britisher In South Africa who wns using for the first time a shotgun had what hnrdly ; could be called tin amuHlug experience : with a ra tel. The boy auw the rntel creeping round ; an ant hill. He cantered off at a not ! very rapid pace, and the boy fired at easy range. The animal turned heels over head, much In the same manner that a tame squirrel will disport Itself In a wheel cage. The rntel paused once, as if In pain, but never took his eye9 off the boy. The lud did not think of running, but clubbed liia gun and stood, prepared to meet a spring. It happened that the English boy had never been told bow the ratel fights. Almost every boy in the veldt knows, but thla lad did not To wait thus, ex pecting a leap breast high. Is to give he ratel exactly the chance he wants, ilesitntlng not a second, the rntel glid ed swiftly In and aeized the lad's feet. The boy hacked him with tbo butt end f his pun, kicked at him, shouted his oudest, but the rotel gnawed away with the pertinacity of a bulldog. At j every blow the creature's teeth closed ! !ike a vise. The boy seized his long j tail, wrenched and twisted It, but the rntel would not quit his hold. The struggle lasted for a shorter time ihnn it takes to tell It. The muscles of !ie lad's instep were cut through, and 10 tumbled backward not at full length, but against an ant hill. This lrcumstance probably saved his life. The ratel let go, as it docs when its victim dropa, to spring upon the lad's Uiroat and rip his stomach with Its hind claws. Hut the plucky boy lifted himself upon his elbows and lay across i he summit of the mound. That might only have prolonged the struggle, but his father ran up at the moment. The boyWas many months In bed and many more "on crutches. New York Press. The Time to Do the Counting, In the old days of Impetuous war fare caution was not regarded as so much a virtue on the part of a mili tary commander as at present. In a battle between French and Austrians, In which Marshal Bugeaud command ed the French forces, an officer of the staff said to the marshal: "The enemy are advancing. Shall I send a party to reconnolter and see how numerous they are?" "No," said Bugeaud; "we'll count 'em after we've beaten 'em." Reading. Were I to pruy for a taste which should stand me instead under evory variety of clrcumstauees and lie n source of happiness and cheerfulness to me during life and a shield against ills, however things might go amiss and the world frown upon me, it would he a taste for reading. Sir John Ilerschel. Squeal and Bark. "Nothing lost here but the squeal." Jeclared the pork packer. "Are you as economical In conducting your busi ness?" "Just about." answered the visitor. "I'm In the lumber business. We waste nothing but the bark." Louis ville Courier-Journal. It Fell. 'What's that racket down there?" shouted the old gentleman from tbe head of the stairs. T think," promptly replied his daughter, "that It was Bob dropping his voice when be proposed to me." Detroit Free Press. CASTOR 1 A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature; ielt ABOUT THE STATE happenings of Interest From Dif- ' ferent Sections. I' rank Juttorre oi Proctor rescued ft man from drowning Sunday. Paula An- nesi was standing on Beaver pond with hu hands in his overcoat pockets when tlia ice gave way, precipitating him into deep water. Latorre rushed to the res cue and held him up till others came to their assistance. State Commissioner of Agriculture 0, L. Martin has arranged the following dates for farmers' meetings: Cabot, Jan uary Si!); Ureenslioro, January 30: Al bnny, January 31 j North Craftsbury, February 1; hast llardwick, renruary 2; Kast Calais, rebruarv 3. The speak era will be; Andrew Elliott, institute specialist, Uau.lt, Ont.j W. F. McSpar- ren; practical farmer and lecturer, fur niss. Pa. : K. 8. Urigham, potato special ist, St. Albans; Prof. J. L. Hills, dean of the agricultural department of the university of craiont, Burlington, and Mr. Martin. The university of Vermont authorities are sure that if good coaching can place a winning football team on the gridiron miit fall to represent Vermont, It will be done and to this end will have a coach and assistant, where formerly one man lias had to do all the work. 1 lie amount of money to le appropriated for this work is also much greater, and $1.- I (hio will probably be paid the head coach lor his six week s work, while it is planned to pay the assistant $500. Nu merous candidates for the position have appeared but no one has been appointed a. i yet, although Earle Pickering, a uni versity of Minnesota man, and a re nowned player in the middle West, has b. -en favorably considered by the board. Nearly every county in Vermont was represented at the recent home day of the Daughters of Vermont, held at the Vendome, Boston. The program ar ranged by Mrs. Walter Clapp of Brook line, Mass., consisted of a gTonp of songs by Mrs. Howard Fletcher, n original poem by Miss Helen M. Winslow, and monologues by Mrs. O, B. Johnson of Melrose Highlands. The social hour was in charge of Mrs. II. K. Stone of "Hyde Park, Mass. Guest night will be ob served at the Vendome February 15. Ac ceptances had already been received from Gov. and Mrs. John A. Mead of Rutland mid Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Wasson of Waterbury, the latter president of Hie Vermont State Federation of Women's Clubs. 46 DIVORCE PETITIONS. On Docket of March Term of Chitten den County Court. Burlington, Jan. 25. The new docket for the March term of Chittenden coun ty court, which convenes at Uur ulington on the 12th day of March, has been made up for the orinters bv the county clerk and will soon be pub lished. The total number of cases en tered is 2!)7. divided as follows; Divorce cases, 4(5: criminal prosecutions, 52; civil actions, 15!); chancery proceedings, 40. Some important criminal cases will be disposed of during the term. Joseph Tloof, who shot Officer Ohri-topher Miles when the latter was trying to arrest him, will be given a trial on an indict ment against him Charging attempt at murder. Ploof has Wn at the state hospital at Waterbury for several months, under -'observation. Alexander- Brown, indicted for attempting to slay bis father-in-law, with a double-bitted axe will probably have his case dis posed of. He is also at the state hos pital. YOUNG WOMAN ARRESTED. She Is Charged With Stealing Quantity of Wearing Apparel. Bennington. Jan. 25. Deputy Sheriff Frank Wilson of Pownal and Frnest Ilealy of Blackinton arrived in the vil lage yesterday niorning with a young woman by the name of Helen Bat ton, v ho is accusing of stealing a quantity of wearing apparel from the house of Mr. Healy, where she had been em ployed. The young woman was found by Mr. Ilealy and the deputy in the railway sttion at Pownal and as she refused to return to the state of Massachusetts the only thing that could be done was tn put" her in the custody of Sheriff Godfrey and eommunicate with the au thorities in North Adams. "The trirl had becn employed at the Ilealy home about thre weeks and it i charged that when she left she took with her a gold locket and chain, a gold bracelet, a set of furs, a coat, a bat. a blue serge skirt, some under clothing and small articles. Deputy Wilson brought the young woman to the oflice of State's Attorney W J. Meagher, who communicated with the office of Chief of Police Dineen in North Adams. Arrangements were made to send a Massachusetts officer here yesterday to look into the case. PRISONER RELEASED. Joseph Stevens Given a Parole by Gov eraor Mead. Bennington. Jan. 25. Probation Offi cer John Nash has received from Gov ernor Mead a parole in the case of Jo st ph Stevens, who was sentenced in May, HMO, by Municipal Judge E. II. Holden to not more than two years and six months in the state prison at Wind sor for stealing bonding wire from the uerkslnre street railway company. Sttvens' minimum sentence would have expired on the 31st of tbe present month. Stevens, who gave his home as Low ell, Mass., and stated that he was a weaver by trade, was caught in the act of removing sme of the heavy bond ing wire at the second switch from this village on the Bennington and North Adams street railway line. One of the pasaenirers on the car which almost ran over Stevens who was engaged in cut ting away the wire was Hon. O. M. Burlier, judge of the United States court of customs appeals, who was at that time one of the officers of the street railway company. Mr. Barber assisted the car crew in arresting Stevens and alst- helped the men put the wire thief in jail here when the car reached the village. Stevens was convicted of grand lar ceny and sentenced on May 10. ' Frightful Polar Winds blow with terrific force at the far north and play havoc with the skin; causing red, rough or sore chapped hands and lips, that need Bucklcn'f Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes tbe skin soft and smooth. L'nrivaled for cold sores, also burns, boils, sores, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only 25 cents at the Red Cross Pharmacy. NECESSARY TO GO TO NEW YORK FOR RESULTS Builder's Wife , Experiments Successfully at Husband s Suggestion. F. C. Jones, president of the Electric Renovator Manufacturing Company, and famous as the builder of the Forbes Baseball Park at Pittsburgh, fa., sends the following letter to the Magistral Chemical Company of New York, manu facturers of Xurlto: Dar sirs: 1 have reelvd the 'NUH1TO" and my wlfa has given It a fair trial. Will aay that for nv or si y-ars she has been af flicted with rheumatism, but now le entirely cured of It and apparently as wall as ahe ever was. 1 cannot say too much for this medicine. 1 have alao riven It to several of, my friends. They all bave had the eajne results. k'ours very truly. F. C. JONES. President - This Is only one of the many Instances where Nurlto has accomplished perma nently good results. NURITO is made entirely of IT. 8. P. (Government standard) Ingredients, free from opiates and narcotics, and la guar anteed to relieve the moat stubborn case of Rheumatism, Sciatica or Neuritis or your money will lie refunded. NURITO Is a proprietary remedy not a patent medicine. Address the Magistral Chemical Co. for further particulars and unsolicited testimonials from prominent people you know Thev ivlll convince you. Ill boxes, H and $2, on sale at The Red Cross Pharmacy, E. A. Drown's, or will be sent by mail on receipt of price direct by the MAGISTRAL CHEMICAL CO., Suite 711, Flatiron Building, New York. ONE KILLED IN AUTO RACE. Twc Cars Collide In Philadelphia Sec ond Man Seriously Injured. Philadelphia, Jan. 25. Malcolm Fraz- icr, 2ii years old was instantly killed and Harry Koons, 40 was seriously in jured, last night when their automobile wac struck by another machine, and overturned at Sharon hill. Frazier is said to have been racing with the other machine when the fatal collision oceui red. AVOID POLITICS. Gov. Wilson and Nelson Aldrich Speak- ers at Same Dinner. Newark, N. J.. Jan. 25. Governor Woodrow Wilson, former Senator Nelson W, Aldrich of Rhode Island, and Con gressmen Rainey of Illinois and Kitch- ln of -North tarolma were speakers at the Board of Trade dinner, which was attended by 6iM) members and guests. All four kept away from politics, talk ing mainly on business conditions. A Hero ia a Lighthouse. For years J. S. Donahue, So, Haven, Mich, a Civil war captain, as a light house keeper', averted awful wrecks, but a queer fact is, be might have been a wreck himself, if Electric Bitters had not prevented. "They cured me of kid ney trouble and chills," be writes, "after I had taken other so-called cures for years without benefit, and they also im proved my sight. Now. at seventy, I am feeling tine." For dyspepsia, indiges tion, all stomach, liver and kidney trou bles, they're without equal. Try them. Only 50 cents at Red Cross Pharmacy. GRANITEVILLE. Old and voting folks' dance at the Fast Barre opera house Friday even ing, Jan. 2H. Music by the imperial orchestra of four pieces. Dancing from 8 to 1. Admission, 75c; ladies free. Dances to please everybody. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward foranv ease of atnrrh that cannot be cured by Mall's Catarrh Cure, F. J. CHKNF.Y CO., Toledo, o. We, the undersigned, have known F, J. Che ney tor the last ia years, and believe blm per fectly honorable in all business transactions and nnanclally able to carry out any obligations made by Ins arm. Katioxal Bank of Comms-bce, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, anting directly mon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstem. Testimonials sent Iree. Price JJ cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggist. laJteiiaus family mis lorcoutupation- COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. FSTATE OF ALEXANDER H. MORRISON. The undersigned, having been appointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Washington, Commissioners, to receive, exam ine and adiust the claims and demands of all persons against the estate ot Alexander H. Merrlaon, late of Denver, Colorado, deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for Uis riurpoee aforesaid at the oftVe nf the City Clerk a the City rf Harre In said District, on the loth day of Kebrnary end the l.'tn day of Julv next, from o'clock A. M. nntil 1? o'clock M., on each of said davs. and that six month, from the I in day of Jaauary. A. D 191 ', is the time limitea by said Court for said credlt.wf to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Oaten at the ity of barre thla 17th day of January, A. D. 181a JAMES MACKAY. I Commts- WALLACJt U. AlAKVIX, J sioners. jan ls-?&-fsb 1 ESTATE OF ELIJAH B. WOOD. STATE OF VERMONT. I The Honorable District of Washington, aa. j Probate Court for the District aforesaid: To all persona Interested ia Ihe estate of l.lilah B. Wood, lata of Her 1 hi in said District, deceased. Greeting: Whereas, tald Court has assigned tbe l th nay of Fnnruary next for examining and allowing the account of tho Administrator de bonis non with the will annexed of the estate of said deceaaed, and for a decree of tbe residue of ssld estate to the lawful claimants of the tame, and ordered that pu bile notice thereof be given to all persona interested in said estate by pub llshlng this order three weeks successively previous Mi the day assigned, in the Barre Dallv Times, a newspaper published at the City of Barre in said District. Therefore, yon are hereby notified to appear at the Probata Office in Montpelier, In said District, on the day aasigned. then and there to contest tbe allowance of aald account if vou tee cause, and to establish your riirh as heirs. legatees and lawful claimants to aald residue. Given under my hand, this loth day of Jan uary. IVU. f ia u rf, jaaaiia, ifange. jan 11-18-25 ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX t:ie TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS THE STORE PROPERTY ROOM. Holds Articles For Use In Window and Special Displays. Every one has heard of the theat rical property room the place wher. Btoried artificialities are laid carefull.i away to be ready for the call of the next emergency. Hut few persons know that every big store has its property room, too, and that Its won ders are even more entrancing than those of the funny cupboards "back stage." The shop's property room Is filled with articles used for window display and special decorations, and, while the theatrical property is largely imita tion, the sto.e's property is real. Rare old tapestries are laid away In the dim hidden chamber, to be used when oecadon requires as back grounds for Tarls hats In the Broad way or Fifth avenue windows, as draperies hung beside a choice collec tion of new hand bags or Blippers or fans. Priceless vases from Italy, strange carved chests, wonderful screens all these lend enchantment to the background of the window dis play or bring a real intrinsic loveli ness to the salon wherein Is shown the season's newest millinery. Msny a fashionable New York shop decorates Its windows now and then with but one hat, one costume, one piece of furniture. The rest is decora tion, background, "property." The property room is almost always In some queer, faraway corner of the store, a room badly lighted, well nigh Inaccessible. Rut It is full of treas ures. It calls back the atmosphere of medieval romance. It Is comparable only to an ancient English attic New York Times. MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, A Certain Relief lorFeverlnhness, onetipatlon, II e l a r h e, Mouinoh Troubles, Trclhlii Disorders, and Iteairor Wnrma. Thev Break u n folds TradeMark. In U hours. At all lnifrifl, Sicts. Don'l accept Sample mailed FHEK. Andrea., r substitute. A. S. OLMSTED, L Roy, N.Y. FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS The Times will publish Wants, Lost and found, lor Sale, lo Let, etc. short advertisements at the rate of four lines for twenty-five cents for the first inser tion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SAl.B-My farm en F-st Hill. Apply to John (.allow, K. F I. Route Ho. 1, fca.t nld, Barre town. oHtrj HOUSE FOR SALE Between Barre and Montpelier, on the elec tri cai line and besutif uily situated, a a.ndy seven-room houae. built ly the owner for. a home. Ail moaern ronvealencee. Good spring nf water guf with the property. Large lot, 3'0 I at on lb- main road aud 6U0 ieet deep, affording iota of room lor garden, etc. In fact anlce little farm Excellent location; fifteen minutes' car ri se from either cit. owner ia oli lt't d te leave tbe city aa 1 must sell. Asking price b s always In en u.uu, but we are allowed to offer it fur a short time only for Jlv5 See us at nn. The D. A. Perry Real I state AKncy. Barre, Vt rKwiand - Cave Bailding. Telephone connection. 2(ii FOR SALE The hoo.se and lot known as the Dr. Sraley Place, at 312 Nona Alal i Mreet. Seventy feet frontage on street. Mouse I. well built of brick, furnace heated, eleotric lighted, and has runninc t ring water and is piped for bat and cold water, l arge, well bull t barn is near, with running water, stands en high, dry ground and has flue, large basement. Suitable tor residence, and especially desirable for a doctor's residence and office, or would make a good location for club or lodgo home. I rice reasonable for this location. For further infor mation, call at or write to Palace Oar ge. an North Main htreet, Barre, Vt. Wtf FOR SALE AT PERRY'S FRM. STOCK AND TOOLSOnly IHrrO.09; HOO.i Q down. Ibis farm contains 13.' acres. ? tent of tillage; all machine mowing. Migar bush of 4 maples, equipped. Plenty of fruit. Fullv Sloii. u worth of wood and lumber. (iood running water, harm will keep ten oowa and team. Keveo room house, iwo barns. Property is located about two miles from the village on a good road. Personal proper y con sists of six good cows f fresh soon I. one horKe, tools and fodder. All for only Hod.oo; terms, 400. ou. Better look this over at once. Ihe D. A. Perry beat Estate Agency. 2tt FOR AN INVESTMBNT OR HOME One of the best double houses in the city. Nine rooms on each side; bath, etc. Electric lights. An extra large lot. rents every month in the year at f ,'lM.uo. Will sell low If taken within the next thirty days. Locited on Smith Street. For full particulars inquire of the D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. VC 7he Yonngson Greenhouse and residence on t'pland Avenue it offered at a lower price than ever. It is your chance to buy n exceedingly desirable property at a low price, hverythuig up to date. Inquire of Ihe D. A. Perry Ileal Estate Agency. ita Only 30 Minutes' Drive from Barre Fifty acres of land; lays well. Good build ings. Plenty of fruit. Good sugar bush with fine equipment of tools. Good location. Will keep ten c ws. Near enough Harre to yon can work in the city if you care to do so. Price low fur auick sale. 2U6 Tiie D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency BARRE, VERMONT BOYCE & ROBINSON Real Estate Brokers (Successors to Cats Real Estate Agency) EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE 120 acre farm, fully eunlpped and stesked; also has one of the best milk rontes la tho City ot Harre. Farm Is located one mile from the pestofflce. has good bouse, modern bar a and silos and all modern farm machinery ; 4t bead of stock, incladlag S3 high grade cowa and 4 boraos; a large amount ot wood; produce to winter stock. Tbls farm now la and always bss been a money maker. Owner ia sedtag la order to give entire lime to other nnsiness price ana particulars witn Boyce & Robinson. ftVictf FOR SALE One new, modern, fa lly eanlpped granite plant, lSu fret long and 40 feet wide. Death of owaer reason for selling. Excellent oppnrtnnlty for a man to atari in busin-ss. lauoire of Mra. H. J. Barloli, Montpalier. Vt aitSii FOR SALE One large bailding let ea Pst tersoa Street. Just tbe spot yoa want for a home. Inquire of Klchard Veale. lsutf WORK WANTED. WAKTED-Chanee to do domestic narslng. References given. Address Mr. C. A. Creed. S4 Summer Street Jer,t6 SHERIFF'S SALE Takea by vlrtoe of aa xeeottna to me directed, and will be told at publio auction to satisfy said eiecntioa, at the taw dlrecta. on the '.'Ath day nf January, 191. at nine o'clock in tbe fore. oon. in front of the Granite City lAundrv. Ihe following described property, to wit: One safe. One cash register. H. J. SLAV TON, Deputy theriff. Dated at tbe City of Bane, Vermoat, this 11(11 day of Jaauary, 1912. FOR SALE. FOB SALE Just what you wanll A ligbS traverse sleixh; also a top bueifr wagon, in quire of W. f. Alaan or H. W. Scott. 36itf WOOD FOR RAI.K On my lot to Orange; and teams to draw wanted. F. E. Downlnr, K. F. I). No. 4, Harre. 266t6 KXTKA FINK SHOAT8 FOIJ SALK A. W. Allen, Sunnynlde aarm. Telephone 1. 2t3 FOR SALE New rullcb Jsrsov ooar Inqulra ef Dean V. llassot', Prospect Street. Telephone call, 418-3. V64tt POULTRY FOuTaLK S. C R. L Red and Warred Koclr. exnibltlon quality cockerels and pullets for sale, at price of coinui'in breeding stuck. Pullets up to weight and laying. A. P. Abbott, Burs. Vt. 3ti4if FOR SALE New shinirle machine. Oapactty twelve thousjad per day. Call on li. a Clark of Orange, Vt. 2ti4ttt FOR BALE A new Certland Cart Oempany sieiuh Also a tenement to rent to the right party. Inquire of W. C. Goodwin, 7J Prospect btreet, city. 2U3t6 WOOD FOR SALK- A. Tomasi. call, farm, 307-23; city call, 177-S. Telepheae 47tf FOR SALE Brown bones, ten pounds for 25 cents. Cash paid for beef hides, skins and beb calves. Telephone i73. W. E. M. Mutcblns, Fast Harre. 2Mtf FOli BALE Complete printing outfit for a boy: a Goldintr jb press, chase 3x4 1-2; two fonts of type; also 2uOj cards, ail sites. Apply or write to James Lang-ley, Barre, Vt JMlC For January Engines, Drag and Circular Saws, Tank Scaters, Feed Grinders, Cream Separators, (sleighs, Incubators, and Single and Double Harness GO AND SEE ALLEN Sharpies Tubular Separators ARE THE BEST Ask to see them at Arkley's Livery. A post card will bring one to your farm for ti ial, or telephone J. L. Arkley, Ajrent TO RENT TO REST A fnrnlahed front room with all modern conveniences. It suitable for twj. nquire of Mrs. U. M. Burroughs, 17 Church Street. Sunt TO RENT An np-stalrs tenement of fonr rooms with pi.lt rj and bath. Elxotrlc lights. Man and wile only. Apply to E O. Holmes, at No. 14(1 North Mala Street, or No. 7 Eastern Avenue. 264tt TO RENT A tenement at 49 Orange Street. Seven rooms, beaidea iiath and pan ry; hard wood finish. Gas and electricity; hot and cold water; furnace heat. Inquire of Mrs. G. P., Winter. Telephone 230 3. 2ti2tf TO RENT A good, warm tenement; very pleasant; ruodera Improvements. Stable room ll requited. Inquire of JL Carlaton, 21 High land Avenue. 2.'Jtf TO KENT At No. S Forsyth Plaee: A lower flat of six rooms; will be vacant about January r.'th. Key up stairs. E. L. Smith, No. 21 West H.reet , i'4i)cf TO RKNT AT REASON A RLE TEPMS A few rooms, well furnished j ad modern improve ments; hot sad cold wjiter, bath. Quinlea Blouk, Ml North Main Street 4Jtf TO HI-NT-Shed room. Apply to tbe Smith rot Granite Co., Burnham's Meadow. 24ot2tj TO RKNT One tenement oa Welliagtoa Street, three or feur room-; one un Koss Street of sevan rooms; two on Wlilev Street, one ia a hew house These tenements are all In first-' class rondl'lnn All modern Improvements. Inquire of G. W. Mann, 64 Wellington St. 241tf Tt RENT A nrst floor tenement, for small fa-i lly. Bam accommndatloua and ben houae. Four acres of land with tenement and eight aciet or grass land if desired Storage roam for vehicles. Inqntre of Mrs. C IX Perrta. (Quarry boad. 37tf OrFIC FOR RENT in Wood Block. Perry, Agent, 73 Nurth Main Strset- C. M. 23'lf TO RKNT Good no-stairs tenement of six ronml oa Second Street, near Main. Low rent to rlvkt party If taken at once. Apply to E E. Parker, 61) Washington Street, oi at tbe Pslsre Garage. SaTtf TO RENT Shed room for six or eight cut ters. Apply te h Martlnsoa Estate Company, Baicbtluer Meadow. -3lif FO RENT Rooms In the Miles Block. sniN able for ldgir,g tr light house-keeping. Ibgj Miles Black Co. 21utf TO KENT At No. 17 Lanrel Street, a six- room liar, third floor. Electric lights and hot water. Key with Mrs. Mowett, second floor. E. L. Sinlih, 41 West Street iMItf TENEMENT TO RENT Hot and cold water. elect rt-. lights, furnace, eta. Inouire of Dr. O. G. Stlckney. 163tf 10 KENT Small t.nemsat with large gar den at 167 North Semlaary Street. Inquire of A.J. Young. lWtf TO KENT Office In the Worthen Block for. meily ooaplrd by Dr. Steele. Apply to Dr. T) or then. Wit OFFICES TO RENT l p one flight. Tw la'gs f tout ceaneotlng office. Inquire of L. M. Averlll. P O. Box 34. 2U7tf BOARD AND ROOMS TO RENT A furnished room. All modern conveniences. Inquire uf Mrs. Smith, No. IS Kei h AV 'iioi. ' iMtf TO RENT Furnished room. All modara conveniences. Apply at 17 Wellington Street. Mrs. McCaskill. ttltf TABLE BOARD Also one large front room, with steam beat and electric light, to rent. Apply at m Averlll Street i27tf TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At "The Woodbine," 37 Jefferson Street 222tf TABLE BOARD and rooms to rent, at No. si Keith Avenue. Mra. Grant. 2-Oif TO RENT A flrtt-class apartment of four rontas, toltab.e for light bousekeaplng. Steam heat, eleotrlo lights aad gas. Apply to H. O. Worthen. lS9tf LOST AND FOUND LOST Certificate No. I of tbe Caiuwili Wtrmms Compav of Barre, Vermont, for Mneti-ea ('.S shares of stock issued to Gertrude Welmore. Finder please return to Gertrude Wetmore, Barre, Veriaunt 2t4t3u LOST Certificate No. 4 of tbe Cahswki.I, Wetmuki Cosirasv of Barre, Vermoat, for ne (1) share of stack issued to reano O. Wetsaora. Finder please return to Feuno C. Wetinore, Barre, Vermont. S64t30 HELP WANTED WANTED A shoe repairer wno can do good work and le,ra toop.rate repair machine. C. F. Voun.', Burlington, Vt. lMtf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. FOR SALE One-third (1-3) interest ia a nionnmeatal business. Tbe loss of one eye the reason for selling. A bargain if taken at nose. Write to otto E. Johnaon, No, 15 Erie Street, Adrian, Michigan. HitlS COOKED TO SUIT Lobsters Oysters Chop. Steaks TO ORDER r" boarders at. weekly Table rates. . Regular meals 23c The Rathskeller 8 Pearl atroei