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THE HAMtK DAILY TIMES. lUUHE. VT.. TUESDAY. OCTOHRIt 1. 1912.
IPLoofimg' Paper AND ROOF PAINT You will save money by bvyirirj your one, two and three-ply Gauntlet, one, two and three-ply Tropico Rubber and Amatite Roof ing Papers; also building paper, tins and nails at E. A. PRINDLE'S - - Depot Square Real estate owners now open your eyes, Investigate.study and thus become wise, To the fact that Bishopric Wall Board Is better than lath and planter, saves 40 per cent, in construction, render 100 per cent, in service. Any weather ia good building weather when you use Bishopric Wall Hoard and Sheathing. Bishopric Roofing is self-protecting and require! no paint, Sold by J. T. CALLAGHAN, 360 No. Main St, . Brre, Vermont. BUSINESS CARDS. ERNEST H. BANCROFT, M.0.& Veterinary Physician anil Sorgeoi (itduiti Ckicagi Viterinart Colle.i N. E. TelepboM, Ml-IS AI.e In rsaple's Lint Ornra and Hospital. South Barre CARL 0. PERKINS Electrical Engineer -n Contractor Electric Fixture! and Supplies Electric Wiring of All Kind! 199 North Main St Barm, Vt Telephones! Store 159-M, House 74-. J HALE'S SPECIALTY House Furnishing Store I is the olace where vou can fur- " nish your home at living prices No. 118 North Main Street, Barrel Easy to Get Rid of Corns THIS Way "GETS-IT," the New Corn Guaranteed, Cure. ABOUT Till! STATE Happenings of Interest From Dif ferent Sections. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In room SB, Miles building. Offine ours, I . . to 12 m. and 1:30 to 4 m, Monday, Tuesday Thursday sad Friday. Telephone connection. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calla answered promptly day or night An rp-to-date ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone 229-11. MERCHANT TAILORING Alio Cleaning, Presiing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS, 122 North Mail St, Barre. Vt RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Mu6ic fer til occasions. Latest and most papular music Telephone ... 342-21 The Barre Opera House Orchestra CONCERT Edwin W. Bruce, Director and Manager 25 Nal.en St Telephone 422.12 MONTPEL1ER & WELLS RIVER RAILROAD'S 34th Annual Excursion TO Boston, Mass.. and Return THURSDAY, OCTOBER THIRD, 1912. Ticket! good eing on October 3d ONLY, will be sold from all station! on the Montpelicr k Wells River Railroad. Apply to station agents for rates and Parlor Car and Sleeping ' Car reservations. Through Couch on train leaving Barre at 7:20 a. m. , and Montpelicr at 8:00 a. m. Pullman Chair Car on train leaving Barre at 12:25 p.m., and Montpelicr at 1:10 p. m. Pullman Sleeping Car on train leaving Barre at 9:30 p. m., and Montpelicr at 10:00 p. m. Tickets good to return until October 9th, 1912 "Corn! Gone! GETS-IT Got 'Em!" "(JETS-It" it the new-,plan corn cure that will surely surprise you the very first time you use- it, it is no simple, painless, (tiick and sure in its art ion. Jt shrivel up the corn, wart, callous or hunion, separates them from the true flesh, the corn comes off, ami there you are, with feet that feel positively glori ous corn free once more as they used to he in your "barefoot days." The most remarkable feature is that "(JETS-IT" does not harm or turn raw the healthy flesh as other preparations do. It is as safe as water. No more plaster, bandage, or salves. "tJETS-It" is sold at drtijj stores st 25c a hottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. I .aw re nee & Co.. Chicago. Sold in Karre by C. II. Kendrick & Co., and E. A. Drown. Aniile piiklnu has been begun exten sively in Aliddlehury, and it i expected that winter apples will run nom - to .1.50 per barrel. While her husband lay 'desperately ill from the. effects of a stroke of paraly sis Mrs. Jonas Aldrich of Kis'kuigliam died without warning of heart trouble last week. Tax bills to the amount of $277.01 have been placed in the hands uf the Uristnl collector. The taxes are against N.'i individuals or firms. The total tax of the village was 5,i7.2-. A disease called "blackleg" or quarter ill" has broken out at Weston among cattle on the I'eck farm and eight have already died. Serum has been used to lave 45 bead. The disease is caused by vegetable microbe. Mrs. Eva Johnson of Xewfane. has picked 130 quarts of red ra-plierries and 107 quarts of blackberries this season. She walked most of the time from her home on the hill, l'y miles away, and brought the berries in baskets packed in suit cases. Frederick V'iniiewiser, the four-yedr old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Win liewisser uf ' Mellow Kails, was kid napped Friday afternoon from the borne of his grundparents at Walpole, N. II. Mrs. VVinnewisser has been separated from her husband, and it is thought that the chilil is in the possession of his fa ther's people. Answer The Call Barre People Have Found That This Is Necessary. A cohl, a strain, a sudden wrench, A lit tin cause innv hurt thu kidneys Spells of backache often follow, Or some irreuularit v of the urine, A splendid remedy for such attacks A medicine that has satislied thou sii nds Is Down's Kidney Pills, a pecinl kid nev remedy. Many Harre people rely on it. Here is Kane proof. Mis. May Horn), 5S Elm street. Havre, Vt.. savs:' "Doan's Kidnev Tills were flit broiiuht to mv attention when I read in the local piper how citizens of Harre bad been cured of kidney trouble by them. At the time I had sharp twinges of pain across the small of my back. I knew that these were caused bv weak kidnevs. so I got Doan's Kid liey Pills and and lined them as direct ed. From the first they did me good and soon I was cured of the trouble. For sale by all dealers. Price. BO cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Huffalo, X. V., sole agents for the United Slates. Kemember the name l)oan"s and take no other. built. The mill to he erected in Phila delphia is expected to take about one year in building. DYNAMITE TRIAL TO-DAY. I Fresh Up to Date Goods j YVniTE STAR LINE BOSTSN QUEENSTSWN LIVERPtOL Cymric, Oct. 8 Arabic. Oct. a 3 On Class Cabin Steamer (II) 932. SO and up Office, 84 State Street, Boston, Mass. Or apply t local ageata C. V. Page of Middlebtiry was fined f.HHI and costs on a charge ot keeping intoxicating liquors with intent to sell contrary to law. Deafness Cannot Be Cured Auction! I -T- i WM. O. MARTIN'S t Watchmaker and Jeweler 74 North Main Str.et Barra. Vt J m How Do You Feel? If you feel weak and languid, and trou bled with biliousness and indigestion, get Baxter's Mandrake Bittera, the best lax ative tonic. Any drug itore at 25 cents; liquid or tablets. 10c Cigar, factory output now at the rate of thirty-five millions annually. By far th. largest selling brand of lOe Ci gars in the world. FactoVv, Manches ter, N. H. H. A. PHELPS Real Estate Operator City and farm property. Timber land. Qoarry laid. Building lots. Tsaements lor rent. (oromlssloas reasonable. Roams 4 aad 5, Mile Bla.k Telephone 314-2, Barre, Vermont. Will Sell at Public Auction, to the Highest Bidder, on Thursday, October 3, at 1 o'clock p. m., at my home place on East Montpelier road, Harre, the fol lowing personal property: LIVE STOCK 1 pair work horses, weighing 2,300: 1 gray horse, 0 years old; 1 brown horse, 14 years old; an extra good cheap team; 1 Fercheron 2-year-old colt, weighs 1,23.3, a good one; 1 4-year-old Holstein cow to freshen next month; 1 8-year-old Holstein cow, fresh last of December; 1 pair 3-vcar-old Holstein steers, 1 pair yearling Ilolsiein steers, have been handled; 1 pair 2-year-old Holstein steers. WAGONS- 1 new Studebaker road cart, 1 new Concord wagon, 1 open bike buggy, 1 second-hand express wagon, 1 two-seated surrey, 1 new 1-horse lum ber wagon, 1 steel wheel hay-rack, 1 steel wheel truck wagon. MACHINERY 1 4V4-H. V. TVerles by local applications, a they cannot reach the aiseasea portion or ine ear. mere is only on i wayio cure nearness, sua mu is dt constitu tionai remedies, nearness is caused nv an in flamed condition of the mucous Inline of the Eustachian Tune, when this tune is inflamed Tou bare a rumbling sound or Imperfect bear lug. and when it is entirely closed. Ieafnes I the result, and unless the Inflammation can be used out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, bearing wiU be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. we win give Due Hundred Dollars for any case oi uearness (cansea ny caiarru) tnat can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, Bend for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo. O. Sold bv Druggists, 75c. lake Hall s Family mils for constipation. Big Auction Sale OF REGISTERED AND HIGH GRADE CATTLE ! As I have a contract with a large wholesalo fur enmpanv to go on the road this full and winter buying raw fur, I have decided to sell my fine herd of registered and high-grade cow and stock, on Wednesday, October 2, 1912, at 1 o'clock p. sharp the after- Nothing Now to Cause Delay in Pro ceedings at Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 1. "Nothing less than the sudden illness of half of the defendants can cause delay." said United States District Attorney Charles W. Miller vesterdav, as indicating the government's readiness to begin trial of the flftv-one present and former labor union officials on a charge of conspiracy in the carrying of dynamite and nitro glycerine on passenger trains. Two sets ach of fifty venire men have been drawn from throughout Indiana for the selection of a liirv. The detence is to le allowed a total of ten and the prose cution a total of six prcemptory challenges. BETTER WAGES FOR CARRIERS. 100 Increase in P. 0. Employees Sal aries Effective To-day. Washington, Oct. 1. Rural letter car riers, who were recently awarded a sal ary increase from $1,000 to l,H0 per annum, effective yesterday, bid fair to earn their increase according to the post ofiice department olficials. Vermont Librarians' Meeting. Librarians, trustees of libraries, teach ers, and all people interested in library work, which is educational work, wiil meet in St. Albans on Oct. 2d and 3d to discuss library matters. On the evening of Oct. 2nd Sliss Sarah (I. Pomerov, of Worcester, Mass., will give a talk on Gala Days in London;" these davs are five in number am) include the state op ening of Parliame.it and the last coro nation day. The meeting and the even ing lecture are free to all. Librarians and others who wish to attend the meet- ngs should write to engage rooms and board at once; address the St. Albans free library. J. M. Hotchkiss of Fairfax has locat ed a granite ledge on the farm of C. A. Hotchkiss, about a mile and a half from the Fairfax crossing and near the Geor gia station. The stone has been tested and pronounced of good quality and per mits of a high polish. No steps have been taken to form a company yet, but efforts will be made to develop the prop erty in s'ime wav. Milo W. Lyman, who for the past 11 years has been master mechanic for both the Rutland-Florence Marble company and the Vermont Marble company, since their purchase of this plant, has gone to Hiiiadelpma to have charge of building s very extensive marble plant for the Vermont Marble company in that city. Mr. Lyman planned and erected the mill in Vpwler, which is considered to be one of the best mills of its kind ever EZO For Bunions Corns, Callouses and Tired Aching, Burn ing, Swollen and III Smelling Feet. Rub on EZO and rub out all soreness and misery from poor tired out feet. Walking is a pleasure: dancing a joy after you have treated your feet to a rub with KZO, the refined- ointment. Don't forget the name; KZO for the feet, the only real thing for making feet fel fine and comfortable. 23 cents a jar at the Red Cross J'tiarmacy and money back if not satisfied. Nothing so good lor siiibum. dialing, prickl" beat nnd eczema. FOR SALE. FOR BALK 111 AOK DlAttOBll KlIIWlSH Kool I'A l w r. by tli Kslloii, barrel or oarluad- It H water, weather, lire and mn proof) wik.i SuQ pound lo Ilia ImrroL I am ready to palut of repair your roofs. K. L. ltnio.ore, unral Aiteut, 1 l'leaaanl Hireek liMif 'OK tUl.K On. yok of oxen- three year old, a a hoarier pair it rrtulrvil for my wink. Hoy K Lainuerton, Marshtkeld, Vt. ISSiJ rOK HAL.K Two kitchen range; t j.n have bet walar atiaotuuant and rrvolr; both good baker; on nearly ae; on medium (Is. and as mailer. A barsla fur soiiimtne. In quire of C. K, ainith. IS Wt 1'atieraun Street. orat 1'erty' Ual Kslal ulllo. liStt roR BALK One 4il plat, camera, I focus r. r. Una la fl. t u aulcuin, sbuiter, ! double plat, iiohlar; Uathet carvlna- oat and tripod. Chap for itli. Call on or adrtrei, W. A. Hiley. 3tf6 Noriu Main Stieeh TUuUua call. 114-4. 1(1716 ( OWS VOK HAI R- liar mora stock tha I eaa ti. up. Will sell a lw com, Jutt du to t realise; alio a f-w ern-weeks old plgt and rood petaioH. W. C. MaUoa, Wlillauiaiawn, 1 . k' u. I UA, ... ...... vi. x. aw iviaon eei-.t. loilf FOK SALE No. on. hnr. ApdIt to Francll l.eiili. K. jr. 1J. So. X Tirphon iti-t, Itarr. Vermont 104 if POULTRY FOR SALE We have about flftv S. C. R. I. Ked foonr hen. A part of them har beeu In our braid ing pans. All are In good fleh. l"rloe 1 1 l-'la per pound. A. P. AMUOTT. VOK ALK A work or driving nor; alt secoad-baud wagon. luqmr at f spin Bra. L.iTry. tut FOK HALE Fir aad thoat. I will sited butcharlnK. Baichelder. Telaph.a Mil, 367 L Ulf Auction News! A five-year-old Jersey oow, In milk nearly two months, and two ten-months-old heifers and oowi well known Barre dairy herd at auction Thursday, October 3 A. W.ALLEN, SUNNTSIDE FARM FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS A 8kln of Beauty fa a Joy Forever. gasoline engine, in good condition, strong ; noon, on the premises where I now live in J.ast Montpplior, Vt., situated one half mile from Fast Montpelier village on the main river road to Montpelier, 4 miles to Montpelier. and 4 miles from Barre City, the following: ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS UEWELRY . i . a When YOU want a pfeee.pf ! artistic, guaranteed .quality I T I iew?iry, come in ana see our splendid display. O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler. for I i i i ?0O Main St. Sols Areacr Boston American" la Barre. and easy to operate, will do good work on drag or circular saw, thresher or en silage cutter; 1 new lVa-H. P. gasoline engine; 1 Cambridge sulky plow; 1 Eddy siil k v plow; 1 second-hand Worcester Kemp manure spreader. HARNESS 1 new light driving bar ness, brass trimmings; 1 new light driv ing harness, nickel trimmings; 1 pair work harnesses, second nana, in good condition; 1 set double work harnesses, new. AUTOMOBILES 1 2-rylinder It'uick touring car; 1 4-cyIinder touring car; I 4-cylinder Mitchell 2ti-H. I. runabout with third seat. Terms Made Known at Time of Sale. All of this property may be seen any time before the auction. A. W. ALLEN, Owner. C. N. BARBER, Auctioneer. FIRE I insurance Rates REDUCED SeTenteen old reliable Stock Companies and five Mutuala Take your choice. jCall and investigate. Any competition met in companies that hare had an experience f from 25 to 100 yearm. 1 aaf J. W. DILLON, 4 Balats Black, Barra, t Auction Sale OF Personal Property! As I Have Sold My Farm and Tools, I Will Sell at Public Auction to the Highest Bidder, on Saturday, October 5, 1912, At 1 O'clock Sharp in the Afternoon on the nrenisi where I now Jive in Barre Town, Vt., known as the Henry Payne farm, situated 2 miles front Barre City and 1 mile from Cobble Hill main 25 Cows 52 HEAD OF CATTLE consisting of fl head of registered cows, described as follows: Jersey cow Savon Iris, registered No. 22H8HH; Jersey cow lionnie Nancy, registered 243201 Jersey cow Panzv of Uronsdale. registered Xo. 220480; Ayrshire cow Nuriel Fox. reg istered Xo. 1503d; Ayrshire row Bessie of Oncfeo, registered Xo. 2738(1; Ayr shire cow Arris 2nd. registered Xo. 321)10; also my registered Jersey year ling bull I'anzT Rover, registered Xo. 118057: and mv registered vearlimr Ayr- shire bull sired by Howe's Dairy King of r.rnart tann, ueriin, t.. and out of an imported cow. Also. 19 high-grade Hol stein, Jersey and Ayrshire cows, a.11 young, large, slick and handsome. These cows are part of them recently fresh, balance will all be fresh before" Decem ber 1, with the exception of three, and I make this statement, and you will say when you see them, that this is one of the best herds in Washington county. Age and time of freshening guaranteed. ALSO, 27 HIGH-GRADE HEIFERS, coming two years old. all with calf. Fifteen of them are black and white Holsteins. fancy rolors; most of them came from the Morrison farm in Barre. 1 1., and were sired by his registered Holstein bull and from bis best cows. The balance are Jerseys and Ayrshire, solid colors and all large and handsome. I As fine a hunch of heifers as you can I get together. AIo 1 year-old full blood I llol-tein bull, 2 thoroughbred Jersey hejfcr calves and I bull calf. Thi stock is all first-rlass. not a poor one in the lot. slick and in fine shape, and every head will be ;old to the highest bidder. Do not ty away thinking it will tw reserved or bid in. as 1 am not afraid but that this kind of stock will bring satis factory prices at any time or place. Kvrrything gnes without limit or re serve. I will also at the same time sell MY FARM OF 120 ACRES known as the II. ram sparrow farm, sit uated I mile from Kat Monttwlier fil- Saved by His Wife. She's a wise woman who knows just what to do when her husband's life, is in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint. liraintree, t., is of that kind. fhe insisted on my using Dr. King's New Discovery," writes Mr. ., "for a dreadful cough. hen I was so weak mv friends all thought I had only a short time to livp, nd it completely cund me. A quick cure for coughs and colds, it's the most safe and reliable medicine for many throat and lung troubles grip bronchi tis, croup, whooping cough, quinsv, ton silitis, hemorrhages. A trial will con vince you. 50 cents and $1.00. !uar anteed by Ked Cross riiarmncy. Advt. T. Felix Oouraud'a Orlontal Crttm or Magloal Baeutlflor. BmoT Tae, Pimple rrNkkL Hath r.t,h.. Rata, aad skla Illararrt, wi Trj pieniina on beauty, and e iat ilrintlon. U bu ttood Ibt tt l retra. and It tn harmt wa ittltll lotwiurttt It prcprrlr otada. Aeccp! Dooouater Im of tuuuw rem. Ttr. L. A. 8vrt tald to a lady of tbt fetut toa (a paUeDtu "At rnu tedlM will at tbra, lAarttit,i freaa' at tha ltt harmful at til tkm akla preparalloDt." for Belt by all druffairta and Fancy. Uoodt Uraltrt In tht Calttd Staita, Canada aad Europt. fUia T. HOPIiXS, ricps 37 Brut Joiti Sfred. Kw hi D The Time will publish Wants, Lou and Found, For Sale. To Let, etc. short advertisements- at the rate of four lines for twentv-five cents for the first inser tion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR BALK The frame hu I Id to a- anion as the Wlac.kwell Street Mote Hoax, located near the Btackwall Htrett brl.igo. a tnt laad on wnicti this handing standi la not owoeu dj ine city, the narcbaaer will have to move the huildlna- off Irom the Hint or make arrant- rents with the owner to lease or parci.ase the land. Sealed offers will be racoived by the undtraigntd up to Monday, Ootelier 7, at seven o'clock F. M. William Brown, W. H. Ward. Donald alcLeod. l'rooerty Comuiitteu of Cii of barre. twitf THE HYDE PARK SAVINGS BANK. 15 Cows AT PUBLICATION As I Have Sold My Farm and Hay, I Will Sell at Public Auction to the Highest Bidder, on Friday, October 4, 1912, At 2 O'clock in the Afternoon st mv residence in the village of South Barre, Vt., right near the postoflice, 15 Extra Goods Cows These cows are young and large and in tine condition. Fart of them now due to freshen and balance this fall.. Mostly grade Holsteins and are a nice lot and w ill be sold to the highest bid-! der, without reserve or limit, for the reason above given. j Terms at Time of Sale. ; J. F. DONAHUE, OWNER. ! C. F. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. j Its Phenomenal Growth, The Hyde Park Savings Bank offers to depositors that first and most impor tant of all essentials, absolute safety. That this fact is fully understood bv ai appreciative public is shown by its phenomenal and almost unprecedented growth. The following table shows exactly the amount of that growth: July 1. 1880, deposits 1, 18:."i, deposits 1, 1001, deposit 1,' I0O7, deposits 1, 1012, deposits Xot" that in the five years from July 1, 10H7, to July 1, 1012, the gain in deposits was I1.3S1.410.03. This menus that the net deposits have exceeded the withdrawals by $00(1 per day for every day except Sundays and legal holidays during the past five yearn. The depositing public evidently have Properties for Sale No. 482. 100-ACRE FARM IN BERLIN Owner going: W est and wants to sell at once. 1 his is an excellent chance for one wanting a fruit, truck or poultry farm. Located only two miles from Montpelier on good road. Buildings are good- Mine-room houne in nice shape and conveniently arranged, hunning water at the house and barn. 'I wo hen housca : one 60 z H and one 70 x is feet. Basement barn 3ux40 feet, with lean-to 3Uxifeet, anil silo 1'lac is very pleasantly located; near neighbors and school, the land ia a little rolling, but easily winked. Wood enough for place. W ar allowed to offer this desirable property with all personal property, including three horses, fourteen head oi stock, eight hog, seventy-nve nens. mowing machine, horse rake, hay toddur, three cultiva-1 tors, gasoline engine (nearly new), ensilage curier ana carrier, iiei-evai cream eepsraior, wagons, sleighs, harrows, and all toola and machinery, also, all crops, everything ready to do business, for only SitfuO.00. I hie farm will please you and we want to show it to you. 1116 GASOLINE ENGINE CYLINDER OIL AT LOWEST PRICES You can find the best cylinder oil foi your gasoline engine, (oil that will drop in rero weather), at Arkley's Livery Stable - - Barn, Yt. TO RENT TO KENT October 1st: a tlx-room cottage at the corner of New ton Street and Elmwootf AVtnue. Apply to Mrs. Warren Lawreno, en am street. litot TO RENT New aeven-raom cottage at 7t Treroont Street. Finished In hard wood, aad modern. Inquire at 1'7 Fraofclm Street. Tele, phon 22-11. lMtf TKNKMKNT TO BENT At SIS South Main Sireet. Alto, for sale, grteu eatt for fodder lelephoBe 4'.'l-2t. lWtU I.) BENT Tenement of six room: electrlo litchr and 'urnace beat. bata. etc Mrs. M. (iarvsy, 46 1'earl Street. . 1(31 tt TO KENT A part of (tor at 74 North Main Btrett Win. O. Martin. Itijll TO RENT An up-stair tenement of tlx room aud batb. Also a barn lit conneotloa with the tenenent. The boute ia aqalnped with electric light and gaa. Inquire af Tho. McUotf, 37 North Mala Street. IMtt TO KENT Modern seven-room cottage in a central location. Inqnire at the D. A. Ferry Heal EeaaU Agency, Howland Blocs. 139tf TO BENT Seven-room cottage o Cedar SL Telepboa 101-11. UJtt STOKB TO RENT Apply t J. netll, Barre. Bagl-Utt TO RENT Two modern store. No. 309 or 371 North Mala Ptrtet. Also a tenement Hirer Street. Inuulr ot John Cleary, SMI North Mala Street. 116tf TO RKNT Up-ttair ttnemtnt so Third Bt. . W. Mentis. Telaphen 4KI-J. Mtf lO RKNT A amall ebd; will ran froj tlx i ten mn. Inquire of LtClalr JS MoNultr allackwali Street. S7cf July July July July riSol.l 373,074.00 f.03,071.73 844,158.34 2,225.574.37 No. SI J Another good poultry proposition: Fifteen acres of nice land only six miles from rwiiroau lino goon wwu. ii,i;i ui iinar, flvt acres of woodland and the ssme amount of pastuie. Tillage land is level and very produc tive. Karn ia .0 x 30 feet, in good lhape. Hen house and carriage bouse. Mx-nom house. Unoii running water at house and barn, tin rural tree delivery and telephone line. Owuer is anxious to sell and will include one good borne, two cows, one one-horse lumber wagon. one one-horse sled, work harness, driving har nefs. sleigh, buggy, plow, cultivator, all small toola. bay, fodder. etc., for only I110U.0O. Better look thia up at once. Iti-i T BKNT AT REASONABLE TEKMS Afa roems, well furnished; all meaara lrnpror. mant; kot an cola water, Sato. Q!aln Bleck, 17J North Mala Strict iMUtf HELP WANTED HKLF WANTED A comptrtt mst for potat digging. A. W. Allen, Suanyiid Farm. lbetf WANTED A competent girl for gtnral houtewerfc ia a family of two. Apply at onto to Mn. Joha 11. Waisoa, S East Liberty Strett, Montpelier. )otf TO RENT Five-room cottage with garden, at No. M nailroad Street. loo GRANITE BUSINESS TOR SALE Iranite biiinets in prosperous Illinois town: consisting of a modern ahed. luOx.'ti feet, well ventilated, well equipped, with machinery, in cluding sixty horse power boiler, fifty horse power engine, thirty home power gasoline cri me (new), maisaeii air compressor i ninety eet ner minute 1. ten-ton iraveui ioIIkIi CI so PFR DAT paid on lady In each town to distribute free circulars for Concentrated Flavoring i tubet. I'ermaneat position. F. K. Barr Co., Calcago. lSStl WANTED Men to learn Barher trade. 0lj a few weeks required. Wage after flrtt month. Steady posiiiou guaraateeu. Write for cat, logue. Moler's Barber College, 2U7 Bawry. New York. W7t3 WANTED A oapthle girl or woman for ga eral houtowork. aatnilv of two. Mr. Oeorro Atkins. 11 Vine Street, Montptiitr, VL I66tl g feet ier minute I. ten-ton trsve pollKhlng wheels, large Kotten sunacers. Dump ling crane, two er. ulusr drill, a lot of pneumatic tools, etc gifat faith in the integrity, conservatism ! side, well equipped blacksmith shop, a large i amount of work on band betides two car of dimension stock. Kverything would Invoice for around $10. (W0. but the owners aay sell at KI, aa one of the owners Is anxious to go farther west. Might sell one-half interest if and business sagacity of the managers of this thrifty Vermont institution. It pays 4 per cent, on all deposits, lit tle or big. and pays all taxes. Statement of resources and liabilities, or any other facts relating to the bank, cheerfully furnished on application. Ad dress, Carroll S. Page, President, or F. M. Cujver, Treasurer, Hvde Park, Vt. Advt. consisting -f Holsteins. Jerseys, Hue-m-seys and Ayrshires. Thes cows are young and ail right every one of them. Some now fresh and all will be this fali. from now on. I am not afraid to say this is on of the best herds in town. Age and time of freshening guarantee!. THREE HEIFERS, COMING 3 YEARS OLD. WITH CALF. I full blond Holstnn bull 2 years old; l " nice spring pulh-ts. lire. Vt. Tillangi- land : in good state of I nearly new -dump cart. I International j cultivation. Cuts .VI tons of by from manure prder. Al-o about tons ' machine-mowed field. Kxcellert. well ff firt-cls hay all f.i the turn U-forp j watTed pastures. 75.fiO fert of lumber July I an-l Vrry kirk of it is No. J I and 2.0"0 r.!t of wood. Tbia is a hay and can stay' in barn until April I J C1! proposition f r aomeoiie wanting a if desired. A ni-e lean b-t of tm k i farm. Xo buildings, not lumber enough nd bay- jut ne kind t oi are bMkir.g!n the plaew In boi'd them. Look tbi fr. All to be i Id to tl.e hii-het Li !.l. r i prorvertr over Vh f re the !. Stork without rraprve if limit. j nd real estate. Ilinner and horse fe H Term, at Time ef Sale, i '""'' m;ng from a PrT ftFBCrtC nrtn (distance. Term- at time of .e. PAUL PIERS0SS, OWUER.) S.AYT0M. Owner. C. F. SXITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. J C. T. SMITH, Auctioneer, Bane, VL Cunard Line aBaaaaasssrjBrajssaBasaBMSkBBfaBBBBasssM Bostm QoMaslowa Lhrerpool FRANCONIA IlITI Sai!s October 1 st, Noon Winter Rate la Effect MINIMI M FIRST CABIN MINIMI. M fctCOND CABIN Ta it palatial itoaaor was Sotltsed te afford th aaaxtmasa af comfort at aioeorato rata Trm'ert' Cttquts and O if i Isiutd evervthlnr was satisfactory. Here is an excel lent opportunity for anyone acquainted with the business to engage in something that Is profitsble and do business direct with the con sumer. Call at our ottice and see photograph. CITT FARM One hundred and sixty-eight scree near Moutpelier; thirteen minutes' walk from business section; tewer: city water; lde waikt; electric lights, etc. ; all the advantages. 'I bis farm will appeal to you If you are looking for something extra nice ; all stocxen ana loow ready for businesa. Over thirty head of stock ; 11th Etraat W eV L'nireT.ity Placa On block wttt of Broadway NEW YORK CUT. Within easy walking distance from Whoia l and Kctall Dry (ioad District. Con vonlantly near Kallroad and Steatshlp Line. T only modern ahtolutel lira proot transient hotel t-rlow 2Jd Street. JOO Rooms, (200 with bath) BATfcS I HOT .per OAV LPWARD LxcUenl Rtvttertal tod Cole. MooWow Porta. 5od lor tre illustrated Ciuld and -I Map ol New York Cltv. . pair of heavy horses ; good equipment of tools ; with fine stable. House has modern plumbing TO RENT The old Fir Statloa building on lackwtll Street. This bulldinr it well suited for store purposes. Apply to William Brown, w. H. war. I, ioaaia utLtim, rroperty com mittee of City of tiarre. 165tf WANTED Man with family to work oa a farm. Must be a good milker. Telephone 19-W. East Meatpeller. K. C Cowdrey. l4tf BOARD AND BOOMS ROOMS TO RENT Fornitbcd room with or without board, withlc fivs mlnutet' walk of shed on Batchldr's meadow, lnqair at tut Washington Street. 567 tf TO BENT Famished room to rent at 60 South Main Street. A. W. Beat tie. 167tf TO RENT Furalshed room at U Soath Mala Strtet. Htf NEWLY Fl'RNISUF.D ROOMS TO RENT Allmodora cuuvoaieace ; at JO AveriU Street. tall ovoniugt. Telrphaa JOS-S. 14tf about "S tons of excellent bar and all growing crops. Fields are smooth and the oil bt excel lent. Sugar bush; good pastures: modern barn etc. onaccountof poor health theowner wishe ' to sell everything aod will give immediate pn. session Frice low considering the propertv. Let u show this to you. lil TO RENT Fnralihed room.; furnace haat. electrlo light, etc.; witu or wltnout board. Inquire of Mr. Maten Fag, M Elm Street' arr. Vt. FVtl TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS At Wootbli.t," ; Jt (Terse a Street. The Itltf WANTED TO r Atntnv(i.-' WNi-itini ii""--. imm WiVTFll-a farm with stack to rant h ika aad ouite a iuntity of land for amaller prop. I J7A 1- 7.! 1UI IJMlUCIIIIIAr,. IV! WOOD LOT FOR SALE Frlce fnsa lil A LARGE TIMBER TRACT l,t),0uu feel soft wood. -Estimated 1U arrtx to 126 STATE STREET BOSTON ot local af eot : X. B. Raliard. Ml at Bkx k. rr Vt & Raliara, Lawnae Baildlag. MoafpoJIer. u ! ESTATE OF JOH.f ALLAH. I STATE OF VERMONT. Th Hoaorabl Plttrtct of Waahiartoo. ta. Probata Court for i the lilatrlrt of Washington. To all portoat in i termed la ih eatate of John AUaa. lata of ; tke City of Barre la at Id IntUict, docoated, tireetinr : ! At a Probata Court, fcoldaa t Moatpslter. I within aad for sal I lilatrlrt. oa th th day of aapteaaiwr. 111 aa Inttrameat parportlng to : M tb last Wi I aad lostamont nt John Allan, late at uo City of Batra ta said Dtttrlct. de tMd. w. prate4 ta tb Coart aforeaald. IV prontw. Aa it I ardered by tald Canrt that th W day of Ootabor. Itia, at th Pmaa Offlro la I aid Mnntpalwr. I atatgn4 for proving -i i miniinni; ana mil nolle Ultreor o givon I to ail pertoao rwirraa. ny pablhlng tb order three mrrkt tneeeiool'oly ta tb Btrr 1 ImIIv Time, a ewpapor rtrtwlatlng In that vidnity. la aid Dwwut, aeavtoa to ta 'im appoiated. ) Srof.e. yon ar hereby aotiflod ta appevr ! before laid Owrt. at th time to p aealr i said aad anatest ta probata mm wtii. If ' yea haro raaoe. ,it nanor ray hand at MitrMir la aa Id Dttlriot. taw Svu aay of spiaitw-, it 1 1. FBA5K J. MARTIN. Jotra For farther particular regarding any of tha a bora propartl, tnqutra of Tht D. A. Firry Rial Estati Agmcy BARRK. TSRM9NT FARM FOR SALE Can tola. US aero, aior ar lost; good agr pi of 10 troes. with w Loader rig; bara ui4S: tock aad taoia Apply to D. L. Scott, Fast Caiaia IMtt pato Ooorge tL toot. Willlamstown. i;ts WANTED TO BI V One hundrtd ton of bay. A. Temaat, arr. Vt. l4if WANTED Dead horse t tak away In Barr. Moatpeiier. ebtrlll. GraaltovnU and Mat Barre. F. K. Bailey. Tolophoeo oall Su'.-W. 14aoi LOST AND FOUND LOST Satnrday. a chock, bolwoea 50 Boa'a Mala Mreot aad Bla-irhard Klnck. Will Hndoi nleaao ret.ira to 6 S iath Main Btrcat? Tel. i phoo S7-M. !7I FOB BALE My two-tenement house aa North Bemiotrr StraoL Ba't for S .": ut' pf moath. wly painted aad la good repair. lr. t H Koat. for particular tee Dr. C W. Staela, Haw.aad Bonding. IStf IVK a LB Twelve aerra aad bonding oa Hilt. f . . b,tlr chka H, rm t a Offlr la I " Pr' atfced above oaaea. atotu-r taveo- FOR SALE OK RENT Black at M7 Stata Mala reet. Store, toaeaieat, Bara aad the It. M"Wer Flt'a 1 f lilt a A LB a ao-w haato m owatplotea, tltattod ta a ratt-ioaital axwtioa of the crt. Briooa Btroex. Beoc .( btn a oaita wna bar. aci Siora aieaai beat. ta. not aod r water, oot taVw or4 eioctr1. ittkra It to a ikoroaga.y Ni t ton Bark pioatoe. It ta loraird a larre lot awa o dry eat', witala two atiaat' wtlk f tb ror Hoa. law at a Meal proei'H fr wtatiog a koato oa oeay tonaa. Barry C Fattanoa, l JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF Wall Paper We will be pleased to how it to tou. ALICE V. BECKLEY, l.eeeittf I. G. A. YUklaaaai I t. TL tl-U Vartfe Ma4a trwt