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THE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BAR HE, VT., TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1013.-
Go to E. A. Prindle's For Andes and Household Ranges. Plumbing and heat ing job work of all kinds. DEPOT SQUARE Wherever there is Pain pply an 1. BUSINESS CARDS MRS. R. N. AUSTIN Shampooing, Manicuring Facial Massage, Chiropody 9 and it Currier Building Telephone 18-M Barre, Vermont DR. G. L. T. HAYES 7 AND BLANCHARD BUILDING Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Offlc Hours: fl to II A. M., 2 to 4 and 6 :S0 to 8 P, M. ; also by appointment TELEPHONE II FISH TO GIVE AWAY. Great Supply Brought Into Boston by Vessels. Boston, April 13. Coast and hay Ish ermen found it diftioult to give away much fish at T wharf yesterday, so great was the supply. More than 1,000,000 pounds had been landed up to noon and Ashing smack were crowded into the dock every hour. One steam trawler brought in llf.ouo pounds of cod and haddock. PLASTER Th World' Croat oat External Komady. WEST T0PSHAM. HENRY BOSLEY House Painting, Paper Hanging Kalsomining and Sign Painting Satisfaction Guaranteed Residence, 27 Branch Street, Barre, Vt. Telehone 49-1 a Ernest H. Bancroft. M. D. C. Veterinary Physlrian and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, 361-13 Alia tha Pop!s's Llna OFFICE AND HOSPITAL SOUTH BARRE DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, Miles Building Office hours. A. M. to 13 M. and 1 :80 to 4 T. M., Monday, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection . REST AXD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mas. WtHSLOW a Soot hi no Bvaup haa bees ased for over SIXTY YEARS bv MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILB TKKTHING. with FBRFKCT 8UCCHSS. It BOOTH ES the CHILD. SOFTEN B the GCM& ALLAYS all PAIN, CURES WIND COLIC, a ad la the beat remedy for DIARKHCKA. It ia ab solutely harmless, Be aure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle. i UthEtrtwt 47 A University Place On block west of Broadway NEW YORK CITl. Within easy walking distance from Who( sal and Retail Dry (foods Districts. Con venlantly near Railroad and Steamship Lines. The only modern absolutely lira proof transient notei neiow Ja street. 300 Rooms, (200 with bath) , RATES FRO1 Sl.-Per DAY UPWARD ttscelleat Reiisorsat sad Cafe. Moderate Prices. Send lor free Illustrated Oulda and Map of New York City. William Hijzht of Warren, N. II., is visiting his parent, Mr. and Mis. Gergo Hight. Rev. V. A. Davison, superintendent of Baptist missions, of Burlington, preai'lu-d at Union church Sunday forenoon and at Kaat Orange in the afternoon. R. M. Harvey of Montpelier was in town one day last week on business. David Abair was in Stowe Saturday. His sister is visiting him. Mrs. Heedo of Corinth is visiting her daughter, Mrs. William Ryan. Bertie Sanborn is sick with the whoop ing rough. Mrs. Wright of Topham is visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. D. Wilds. John Flanders has gone back to the hospital at Burlington. Klmer Hood Is very low. Sirs. W. O. Jackson has opened a nice display of millinery. The village school commences April 21, with Miss Cora Kennedy as teacher. Mrs. Charles Emery has gone to Can ada, where she will live with her rela tives. Some of the sick people are gaining fdowly, including Mrs. K. A. Church, Mr. fi. W. Baglev, U'na and Kaipn rmiorick X. P. Philbrkk. who has been sick 110 days, is just getting out. A. T. Freeman will preach in Union church April 20. Saturday night was ladies' night at the K. of P. hall. New sugar was servxj. An enjoyable time was had. Will Richardson of Newbury is work-' ing for White brothers. ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS Rev. William Hayes of Boston ha been called to the pastorate of St. Paul's church of Vergenues, Rev. Dr. J. E. C. Sawyer, a Meth odist preacher in Pittsford, ia to retire from active preacmng, alter a hall cen tury of service. Mr. Hannah Holt observed the lOflih anniversary of her birth Saturday at her home in WoodstocK, where she live with her granddaughter, Mrs. Otis Waite., WEBSTERVILLE. J M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, VT. TELEPHONE 323-11 MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing J MOORE & OWENS lit North Main Street Barn, Varment RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular ' music , TELEPHONE , - - - 342-21 A GOOD SPRING TONIC For biliousness, constipation, sick head ache, loss of appetite, malaria, get a bottle of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, the best spring medicine. Sold everywhere; liquid or tablets, 25 centa. CUNARD BOSTON QueensUwn, Liverpool, London Franconia ......May 13 Laconia May 27 Franconia .June 10 Laconia June 24 Franconia July 8 and fortnightly Franconia and Laconia 18150 Tons, lb Larf est Steamers from Bostaa New York, Fishguard, Liverpool Calling at (jaeenstown Campania April 16 Mauretania ...April 33 Dos not eall at Queenstown New York, Mediterranean Saxonia, April 36 Carpathia, May 10 Send for Booklet Apply to Your Local Agents N. B. Ballard, Miles block, Barre. Vt : 8. S. Ballard. Lawrenoe building. Mont pelier, Vt. Don't forget the hoboes' convention and dance at the East Jiarre opera house April 18. All the latest songs, jokes, and stump speeches of the day. Danc ing until 2 a. m. Imperial orchestra. Entertainment 10c, dance 50c. All are cordially Invited. There are reasons for believing the teachers' training course will be tak'ii from the Rutland high school, the near ness of the state normal school at Cas tleton being given as one cause for hange. . It has been decided that Brandon will not observe the KXHh anniversary of the birth of Stephen A. Douglass until next summer. It was originally planned to hold it on the anniversary of his birth, April 23, but various things made it nn essary to postpone it. It would seem that Fair Haven intends to economize this year, as at a village meeting last Tuesday evening it was voted not to provide for band concert, not to appropriate funds for oiling the streets, not to install patch basins nor to erect hose houses, mention of which was made in the warning. Mrs. Peter Calomeria of Brattleboio was one of Dr. Friedmann's patients in Providence, R. I., and will remain there a few days. For more than four years, .Mrs. Lalomens, whose husband is em ployed in the Eatey organ works, has been treated in one way or another for tuberculosis and much interest is cen tered in her ease. Tains in the Stomach If you continually complain of pains in the stomach, your liver or your kid neys are out of order. Neglect may lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, diabetes or Bright's disease. Thousands recommend Electric Bitters as the very best stom ach and kidney medicine made. H. T. Alston of Raleigh, N. C, who suffered with pain In the stomach and back, writes: "My kidneys were deranged and my liver did not work right. I suf fered "much, but Electric Bitters was recommended and I improved from the first dose. I now feel like a new man," It will improve you, too. Only 50c and 11.00. Recommended by the Red Cross .Pharmacy. Advt. The Burlington board of health has given property owners ten days in w'hich tc clean up their premises for summer, and if there are any yards not cleaned up then, the board of health will have the work done and charge it to the property owners. The board is trying to have back yard dumps removed before warm weather comes. fMtftemore's if Shoe Polishes FINEST QUALITY Three Generations Hare Patter! Sine the Discovery of DOWNS' ELIXIR I for coughs, cold and lung troubles, but j thousands remain to tell the atorV of lit wonderful eures. Sold everywhere. output now 800,000 weekly. By far the largest selling Srand of 10c cigara in I tha world, Factory, Manchester, N. H. ALLAN LINE BOSTON TO GLASGOW One Class Cabin Service (Termed Second) Parisian, April 24 Numidian, May 9 Parisian, May 33 ' Numidian, June 6 NO CATTLE CARRIED Rate, Glasgow or Derry $45.00 up Third Class, Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool, $30.25 Up. N. B. BALLARD, Barre H. & A. Allan, Agts., 90 State St., Boston LARCEST VARIETY "ALBO" cleans and whitens canvas and leather short. In round white cakes packed in tine boxes, with sponge, 10 els. In handsome, larre al uminum boxes, with sponge, 25c. The colder weather of the last few days is thought to have aided the farmers materially in causing the death of thou sands of tent caterpillars which hatch"d out in the first warm weather of tnit pring. Owing to the cold spell and the consequent tardiness of the trees in leaving out, the little caterpillars found nothing to eat and have died. Ihe out look for the season was dubious with the increased number of worms' neat everywhere. Thirty-one egg masses were found on one wild cherry tree in Rutland. W..Am If... MOTHER ORAVS SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN. A OertsinlUllsl lot Feverlshae, It tear 1 era, ana ni r. Warms. Tbe Break tip Com la 4 hours. At all Druiii.lt, VtQU ('astlpatlon. . L C f Htoinat'h Trublrs. Teethlne; apt Bamjlla aisiled FKF.K. adilrasl. ar, substitute. J. OLM91E.0. ua nor. rt. 1. Don't acosi MAY PAY A TAX OF $4,000,000 Estate of J. Pierpont Morgan Is Esti mated at $100,000,000 by . Comptroller. Albany, April 15, Xew York state will receive between $3,000,000 and .ft,- 000,000 inheritance tax from the estate of J. Pierpont Morgan, according to pre liminary estimates made at the comp troller's office. Thev are based on a tola', estate of $100,000,000. A reduction of 5 per cent, is allowed if the tax is paid within six months aft er the appraisal of the estate. r'r" Y"r r,Vl "J 850-SHOT RIKLK, or other premiums. FREE for selling 24 package pens atluc, Send to day. Tha Frederick A. He Co.. Dept. Cabot, Vt. Kt8 FOR SALE. FOR SALE-fiood work Gas Company's ollira. horse : apply at 26t3 HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE A six-room cottage at ii Divl. tion street ; all tha latt convenience and a aarden : about five minutes' walk from a dutcn large stoneaheds. Apply to Mrs. C. Clark, iti Uivision street, Barre. 6lt $ 1,800.00 buys seven-room cottage and barn In one of the best lucatluna in ths city, either for a horn or investment ; handy to granite works l house Is finished in wood; electric lights in house and barn : hardwood floors : cemented cellar! eity water, bath, etc., etc. This is a bargain and must be sold immedi ately. Let us show it to you. The U. A. Ferry Real Estate Agency, Barre. VI 22 tf FOR BALE- Modern house and barn fn good repair, aituated In the village of Williams- town. At ths present rental, it earns 11 per cent, on the investment, offering a very attrac tive ir.com. it must be sold to close an es tate. Easy terms may be arranged. Ben A. Eastman, Barre, Vt. l"lf FOR SALE New modern house at 208 East street, with two extra lots ; hous has six rooms, bath, pantry, hardwood floors ana FOR SALE About 40 bushels of Early Sunrise potatoes. Will sell them at 60 centa a bushel. Ceo, Mann, 64 Wellington street. 26tf FOR SALE-Black Diamond Rubber Roof Faint, by the gallon, barrel or carload. It ia water, weather, lire and sun proof ; weighs BOO pounds to the barrel. I am ready to paint or reiiair your roofs. K. L. Densmore, Uenentl Agent, 1 Flrasant street. H4tf FOR SALE 1 set light farm aleda, new, with two bodies and brakes, cost 166.00 to build; buy this cheuper now than next fall. One single driving team complete, consisting of bay mar six years eld. good driver and all right : new open buggy and harneas, a good one; sleigh, etc. One Columbia phonograph, coet $.Hu, to go cheap. Two Kood cows, nva and six years old, on to freshen this month, on in fall. One light cheap buggy. E. E. Maxfteld, FlainHeld, Vt. 26t ! FOR SALE A it 11. P. Fairbanks, Mors & Co. combined air compressor and gasoline sngine; can be seen running; fitted to us gasoline or kerosene fuel. II. L. Clark, No. Montpelier, Vt. 24t4 FOR SALE Two young cows, will be 4 years old this spring. Will soon freshen. Clarence LeFage, Barre, tel. 307-2. 21tf FOR SALE Seed potatoes, lata varieties I How's This? We offer one hundred dollars' reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY 4. CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the laat IS years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business trans actions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his .firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, O. Hall'a Catarrh Cur ia taken internally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 76 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. NOTICE. Having sold the share of the late Ludger Roux of the Roux Granite Co. to Romald Genest and Joseph Fortier, all bills and ac counts will be settled with them hereafter. (Signed NELSON LAROCHELLE, Adm'r. April 14, IBIS. 26t3 varmnni. I.nld I nln anrl llihh u'a Huasall ) an Interest in a never-failing spring; also I E(,ri, iri,h Cobblers and New Oi.m. J. A. ant nennouse. ims is a nice nom. Cumming, R, D. No. 2, Barre, Vt tel. 480-M. 1 I - , - . FOR SALE Milk root delivering over tOO quarts of milk and cream per day. fully equipped with good horse, wagon, sleigh, har ness, cream separator, oana and bottles. Owner wishes to leave town and will aell at a' low price. 12tf FOR SALE Six-hundred-aer farm, with stock, in on of the beat farming sections of Vermont. Has large house and modern barn, with two 80-foot silos ; farm will win ter 100 bead of stock and has pasture for 70 head of cattle. There is about 1,000,000 feet of timber on the place with nearly 2,000 ma plea and a fine orchard ; meadow lays good and is in the best productive condition. Farm complete, 16.000. 12tf FOR SALE One of the best building lots in Barre city, located on Beacon street; price low, as w are instructed to sell. nu INQUIRE R0BINls0N& MCALLISTER Aldrich Block $EED POTATOES FOR SALE ' Early Seed Potatoes I have a few bushels more of the Ensign Bagley for seed. If there is a better early potato, I don't know it. They outyielded and rotted less than either of three other varieties planted side by side with them. And they are the best eating potato that can be found on the market. L. K. AVERILL Tel. 391-3 ESTATE OF BENJAMIN B. COOK. Stat of Vermont, District "of Wsshington, s. The Honorable Probate Court lor the dis trict of Washington) To all persons interested tn the estate of Benjamin B. Cook, late of the eity of Barre. in said district, deceased, GREETING ; At a D rebate court, holden at Montpelier, within and for aaid district, on the 7th day FOR SALE Farm of 180 acres. Also for sale, top buggy, surrey, harness, and a one cow butter churn. Louis DeBloia, 8 Laurel street. Barr. Vt. 2S6tf FOR SALE The home farm of the 1st Edwin A. Sprague, consisting of 26 acres, with comfortable and pleasantly located build ings, good spring water, close to BrookAald village. This farm must be sold to settle es tate. Stanley C. Wilson, administrator, Chel sea. Vt. 276tf HORSES FOR SALE! Several work horses, weighing from 1,500 to 3,000 pounds per pair. These horses have worked in the woods during the oast winter and are in condition to do hard work. A few will be sold separately or in pairs. Also on driving horse for sale. They can be seen at my farm in Perkinsville, near the Orange and Plainfield town line. Harold P. Hlnman, P. O. address, Barre, Vt. Orange Co. 'phone after 6:3u p. m. 13tl FOR SALE About thirty tons pressed hay, three miles from Williamstown. Stanley C. Wilson, Ciielsea, Vermont 276tf FOB SALE OR TO RENT New hous on Nelson street wi h every modern convenience. Steam heat. Apply to H. C Patterson, No. 178 Washington street, Barre. 246U FOR SALE! My two-tenement house on of April. 1913. an instrument purporting to North Seminary street. Kent for $22.00 per be the last will and testament oi Benjamin montn. newiy painwo una m sww THE LATEST CUNARD LEVIATHAN flCTlD" combination for cleaning and pol- w " tahing all kinds ol shoes. 10c russet or tan Dandy" size, 26c 'fill T FfiflF" he onlv ladles' shoe dressing Ulhl faWUk, lhat positively contains OIU Blacks and Polishes iadies'and children's boots and ahoes. Shlna without rubbing, 2Jc 'French Gloss," 10c, i'RIRY Ft ITF'' combination for gentlemen BUI I fckllfc, who take pride Tn having their shoes look Al. Restores color and lustre to all black shoes. Polish with a brush or cloth, inr,ntL "tnil1 aie. 2A (wntl. "QUICKWHITE" rtic'k5,? SS and whitens dirty canvas shoes, 10c and 25c. If yoar dealer does not keep the kind yoa vsnt. sead os ths prtee la stamps tor full sis package, charges paid. WHITTEMORE BROS. 4k CO., 20-t Albany Sir, Cambridge, Mae. Tin Oldf't nni lartttl Maoufaclurtri a Shot foluhti i tkt World. Preparations for the Launching of tne "Acquitania." The Cunard Steamship company's newest and biggest express liner Ac quitania" is now lying on the stocks at Clydebank, Greenock, practically ready for her launching on Monday, April 21, and Clydetide is preparing to hold bigh holiday in honor of the event. The "Actjuitania" sets a ' new high water mark in the history of the Cun ard company's wonderful progress. The new Cunarder will, of course, be the largest vessel ever floated from a British shipbuilding yard and to ensure the 50,000-ton monster taking the water safely, preparation of a most exten sive, not to say unique, character have been made at Messrs. John Brown & Co's, yard at Clydebank. Cook, late of the city of Barr. in said district, deceased, was presented to the court aforesaid, for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the 28th day of April, 1913, at the probate office in said Montpelier, be assigned for proving said instrument; and that riotic thereof be given to all persons concerned, by publish ing this order three weeks successively in the Bare Daily Times, a newspaper circulating in that vicinity, in aaid district, previous to the time appointed. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the probata of said will, if you have cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, in aaid district, this 7th day of April, 1918. MARV J. CUTLER, Register. April 8-16-22 FOUR LINES FOR 23 CENTS The Times will publish Want. Lost and Found, For Sale. 1o Let, etc. short adver tisements at tha rat of four line for twen- ty-fiv cents for the first insertion and five centa lor each subsequent insertion. Dr. C. H. Kent For particulars see Dr. C. W. Steele, Howland buidling. 13tf No. 682 To exchange for city property. Farm located only three mile from two good markets: contains 124 acres; good sugar or chard of nearly 1,000 trees; partly equipped. Place will keep 18 cows and team. With the farm the owner will sell six cows, team, and all farming tools. Can be bought with a pavment of $500.00 down, or owner would consider exchanging lor gooa renting prop erty. Enquire of the D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency, Barre, Vt., or of W. W. Perkins. Bethel, Vt., R. F. D. No. 2. 16t2 FOR SALE At once, on first-clasa safe. Enquire of A A Smith at E. L. Smith A Co.'s- 290tf FOR SALE New milch cows: also a few horses. Butchering done. Apply to C. E. Willey, South End Hotel Stables. 201tf Manure Spreaders Only two left. A. W. ALLEN EST. MINNIE E. ALLEN, Executrix Averill's Mills TeL 140-J HELP WANTED. WANTED -Mschine polisher; steady Job and good pay for first-class man. Apply to E. A. Bugbee A Co. 26tf WANTED A competent farm hand, good milker ; steady Job and good pay. Apply to Jamea Henry, Williamstown, tel. 394-14. 26tf POULTRY Fire Insurance You may be next. Don't wait and be sorry. Insure now and be safe. Rates on dwellings and household furniture in dwellings in residential district: $300, five years ... . . $4.75 $1,000, five years. . 7.50 Insure with Eallird Strong Companies Mon ey surer Payment prompt "OLYMPIC FITTED WITH DOUBLE SIDES AND ADDITIONAL WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS EXTENDING FROM THE BOTTOM lo Ibe TOP op the Vessel Will Sail from New York MAY 3--MAY 24 and Regularly Thereafter. WHITE STAR LINE losttn AzresMeditOTaneai Caneplr. Apr. i CrerJe. May 17 Hasten Queenstown Liverpool ONE CLASS CABIN II.) SERVICE SMI and upward, aceording to eteemer. CTMRIC Apr. 22. May 20. June 17 ARABIC May 7. June . July 1 LEYLAND LINE BasUi Liferpl (Direct) On Class Cabin Service (11) $50. Devanlan. Apirl 12 Canadian. April 1 Bohemian, May J Winifredian, May 1 v OFFICE, 84 STATE STREET, BOSTON, OS LOCAL AGENTS I. W. W. BAND SEIZE TRAIN IN COLORADO Build Fire on the Track and Overawe the Crew of a Freight Train. Colorado Spring, Col., April 15 Com mandeering a freight train that left i'ublio fcu nil ay nitfht, 102 Industrial Vorkera of the World, recently ordered out of (iraud Junction, Col., obtained transportation to this city, where they were met early vesterday by the en tire police force. They were marched to the police station and alter being sup plied with breakfast were escorted from the city by municipal authorities. Several freight trains passed the band along the right of way, conductor hav ing received orders not to allow them to board any train. By building a (Ire on the track they brought a train to a standstill and boarded it despite the warnings and threats of the train crci'. At Pueblo a squad of police, armed with rifles, Sunday night, started to drive out of town the band of Indus trial Worker of the World who re turned, after being carried out of Pueblo on flat oars earlier in the day. Before the detachment of police came up with the band it flagged a Rock Is land freight train and escaped. PUKE BLOOD PRIZE WINNING Whit Orpingtons, raised in open front houses in Vermont. Can t b beat for layers. 60 year ling hens and cock birds for sale: fine breeders. $1.50 each and up. Write for Driers by the lot. Eggs for hstrhing, $2.00 and $1.00 per setting of 16. W. 11. B. Perry, Waterbury, Vt. 26tf FOR SALE On trio Bhod Island Whit, $7 ; eggs, $1.60 per 16. Maple View Farm, Box 11$, West Topsbam. Vt. 26t6 PERRY'S BUKK PLYMOUTH ROCKS "Utility and exhibition bred." Eggs for set- ting from 2 pen large-sised, vigorous, winter laying exihbition stock, at $2.00 and $1.00 per setting of 16. Also 1 pen from which I will sell a limited number of settings at $3.00. J. F. Perry, $7 Spaulding street, 'phone 4-11. 25t6 WANTED A first-class polisher at once. Apply to National Granite Co., Montpelier. Vt. 26U SEPARATORS at less than cost. A. W. ALLEN EST. MINNIE E. ALLEN, Executrix Averill Mills Tel. 140-2 HAND SEPARATOR OIL By the Quart or Gallon Bring your can or bottle to be filled at - ARKLEY'S LIVERY BARRE I VERMONT 15 MEN WANTED AT ONCE to learn auto repairing and driving by experience in public garage and on the road fine opportunity for limited number. Write, stating age. The Maine Auto Co.. Taylor Street Garage, 24 Taylor street, Portland, Me. . 26t2 FIRE Insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable stock companies and five mutual. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competi tion met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. J. V. DILLON 1 and 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt "Vermont's Most Progressive Line" The Old Reliable MONTPELIER AND WELLS RIVER RAILROAD THROUGH SLEEPING CAR TO BOSTON Operated Daily between Barre, Mont pelierand Boston SCHEDULE SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND Leave Barre 9:30 P. 5L Leave Boston 8:30 P. M. Leave Montpelier 10:00 P. M. Due in Montpelier 7:30 A. M. Due in Boston ... 7 :30 A. M. Due in Barre 8 :00 A. M. This service is a daylight saver, enabling the business man to spend the day in Boston, traveling by night. Drive Sick Headaches Away Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach, indigestion, biliousness disappear quickly after you take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They purify the blood and put new life and vigor in the system. Try them and you will be well satisfied. Every pill helps; every box guaranteed. "Price, 2Ac. Recommended by the Red Cross Pharmacy. S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Pens headed by three winners of the blue at the Montpelier show last winter; eggs. $3, $2 and $1 per It; one-half price after June 1. Chas. A. Spear, 21 Park street, Barre, Vt. 21U FOR SALE Settings from Barred Plym outh Rocks and White Wyandottes at 60c per setting ; part of the Barred Kocks are from the Pittsfleld Poultry Farms in Maine. The Cumming Farm, Eaat Hill, Barre, Vt., tel. 48-M. 2U6 WANTED Middle-aged Prot estant woman, good cook and all around useful in a home, in sub urbs of Boston -later on at the seashore. If person has a daugh ter for second work, both apply to Mrs. J. P. Eustis, 14o Wash ington St., Newton, Mass. "' WANTED First-class shoemaker. Apply to P. M. Uepatie, No. 112 No. Main street, Barre, Vt. 2416 Sweat Pads by Parcel Post YVe will mail postpaid to any address in zone I, a Red Ede Yellow Collai Pad, Bizos 19-inch to ,2.-inch, for 33 Cents in Stamps W. C. COLTON 84 State St. ' Montpelier COLTON'S TEAM HARNESS We want everybody to see our Team Harness and Farm Harness, fully equipped with solid brass shields. "A new strap tor a poor one. Popular Low Prices COLTON, MONTPELIER WANTED A surface cutter man at once. Apply to Chioldi Brothers. Granite street. 23t5 TO RENT. WANTED Two chambermaids, on table girl and bell boy. Pavilion Hotel, Mont- i j u, miles from pelier, Vt. 22W SILVER-LACED WYANDOTTE eggs, $1.60 per setting ; cannot b beat for egg production and nice large birds; eggs selected from prise stock. H. C. Kenerson, 1 Averill street. Bsrre. Vt. 21t6' WANTED Girl or woman for general housework. Apply at the Randolph House, Randolph Center, Vt. 20112 FOR SALE Buff Wyandotte eggs for hatching. Inquire of N. G. Blanc hard, tel ephone 166-11. 2H6 RED8 THAT ARE RED Rose Comb (Bean strain) eggs, $1.60 a setting. If packed and shipped away. $2.00 a setting. W. J. Olliver, t Upland avenue, Barre, Vt 'Phone 17$-$ ltf FOR SALE Columbian Wyandotte eggs for hatching. Records show why they are the best winter layers. Why not have the best at $1 per setting Call and see stock. A. C. Moore, 48 Orange street, or 'phone 66-W. 16tf WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS from pen headed by first pris cockerel at Montpelier show, $1.6u jetting. Also, a few Philo Whit Orpingtons at $1.00 a aetting. W. A. Drew, 60 Orange street, Barr. 16U6 EGGS FOR SALE Barred Rocks, fine lay ing strain, $1 per setting. A. Ren me, 200 South Main street, Barre, Vt. 15112 8. ' C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Egg for hatching from the best winter layers. Send for mating list. 1. P. Corskie. 14tf HATCHING EGGS from 8. C. Whit Leg horns and Wyandottes, with a record of I AGENTS MAKE BIG MONEY and become Sales managers for our goods. Fast office sellers. Fine profits. Particulars and sam ples free. One Dip Pen Company, Drpt. 446, Baltimore, Md. Apr. 6-19" WANTED A man to work on a farm : must be a good milker and a good all-around man ; will pay good wages for a good man. Address George Foote. South Royalton, Vt 18tf WANTED Chambermaid and kitchen help. Apply at once. A. S. Sparrow, Montpelier House, . Montpelier, Vt 14tf WANTED Three men to work on farm by the season ; must be good milkers ; also a woman for housework. H. H. Martin, Wil liamstown. Vt SlMSlf TO KENT Tenement for small family.' barns, carioge houpe. henhouse, two acres of tillage and two acres pasture land, with tenement Eight acres of grass land optional : Barre postomce on yuarry street A good place for market gardening. Address Box 72, R. F. D. No. 4, Barre, Vt 26tf TO RENT Furnished room for two; fur nace heat, electric lights; with or without board. Apply after 4 p. m. at 20 Currier street, Barre. i 24t6 TO RENT Tenement at No. 1 Bugbee ave nue. Inquire at C. L. Bugbee's, 98 Washing ton street 22t6 SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT-In Wil liamstown ; sixteen arres of land. House ot 8 rooms. For further particulars address "Farm," care Times office. Barre. 22t FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Modern conveniences : gentleman preferred. Inquire of Mrs. G. M. Burroughs, 17 Church street 22tf HALL'S BARBER SCHOOLS 1 It 814 Wash ington street Boston, Mass. Wages, room, board, railroad ticket furnished by "61 Co ot relive Propositions." Get particulars. 306t31' TO RENT Front room, suitable for- man and wiio. Chance for woman to work for board if desired. Inquire at 4 West street. 21tf FOR RENT Tenement at IS Elm street. Carl M. Perry, agent 19tf WANTED Family help at The Queen City Cottoa Co., Burlington, Vt ; steady work, good pay : learners taught free, and receive pay while learning. Good tenements ; moder ate rents. Apply at Mill. S0U36 WANTED. WANTED Dead horses to take away in 40 to . per cent daily egg production all Barre, Montpelier. Webstervilie. Graniteville, winter. My rgs ar testing WI to t)6 per I .j r.., k.. v v n.ii.. . .ui.n. . I . . I 1 i 1 1 L. . - k. I. il W- ill I .V . ' " ' ' lie and grow. Try a aetting for $1.00 $6.00 296 6mo for 100. Little, tel. 896-lS, Satisfaction guaranteed. Graniteville. Vt Clarence istf ; 7 TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310. ABBOTTS 8. C. R. I. REDS Stock ia small quantitiea for sale; also eggs from selected maiinge at $1.00 and $1.60 per ret ting. A. P. Ab A Son. Bsrre, Vt 12tf FOR 8 ALE 100 h. C. Whit Leghorn pul-! lets : also eggs for setting. C. D. Brockway, U.' ilK. u t a. V, ... ' j JEWELRY ! PER AFF1TARE Una casa di otto camera accomodate per duo famiglia eon aequa di spring e di citti. Anche una groasa casa di gallina e un giardino grande, $12.00 al mese. 17 Bsssett street H. J. Siayton, tel. $02-W.. Htf For Rent Cottage house. Perry street, $10. For Rent Double honse. Branch street $12. For Rent Double house, Foster street $9. For Bent Double house. Branch street $10 end $16. For Rent Tenement Reekley court. $8. H. A. PhEI.PS CO.. Telephone $14-2 Mile Ballding TO RENT Desk room tn front offle with a good amount of floor spec, good light steam heat; part time of stenographer located in same office can be had if desired. Call at rooms 6 and 6, Currier block, i. C Grigrs. isJtf etvs'v nil r mono - laying; Single Comb Rhode land Keds : als I vv nil i.nuiiii isusion i.m; siocs airecx last year; KM per 16 eggs. Mrs. George toffrin. North Montpelier. Vt $126' I TO RENT At No. 17 Laorel street a - I room flat third floor ; hot water, set tubs, eler Smith. 21 street City. 174tf Jewelry, come in and see!! TO REJCX AT reasonable terms-a few rooms, well furnished; all modern Im- provemrnt ; hot snd cold water ; bath. Quire Uron VTtTT uf . ! tnc lights. r. Inquire of E. w "am. a yiet-c ui Z West street City. ! our splendid display. j O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler j too Mai a St, Sole Aieney for ,lcn Block. 172 North Main street U'.'tf FOR SALE Whit Orpington eggs for set ting: Calastrass strain, pen on and two, $2 for 16 esrgs. Pen three, $1.0 for 16 eggs. E. A. Williams, 121 Washington street. Barre. Iti "Boston American" in Barre. Wilkesdale 2.191 By Ondale by Onward Stands for service for the sea son of 1913 at the Smith Stock Farm. South Barre, Vt. Wilkes dale is a nice-looking horse and is as game a race horse as ever; turned for the word. Started, four times in 1912 and won four; first moneys, one second money, and one fourth money. Berry Brothers Liquid Granite The Varnish that needs no introduction. FOR SALE BY A. V. BECKLEY Orer Dream's Drug Store If. E. TeL 31-11 46 Main St. TO- RENT Five-room tenement at 4 CI eve land avenue. Steam beat in the eellai , modern, improvement. Call at the bouse. 14tf TO RENT Tenement tn tb French block, over boyea's store, suitable for taking roomers. Also small teremnt on Railmad street Apply to George A. Reed at ctty engineer's crac. er st 84 Orange Mrert. 241tf LOST AND FOUND. KOl'ND-A small packrtrook. containing mall amount of money an4 gold nng waa found at the Socialist hall on Granite trset Saturday night. The owner ran have by rail irg and proving the same at the f. E. Cults clothing store. 2&t2 LOST- Certift of stock in the Orange Cinty Telephone Co.. No. 1 241. Iel te Im C. Leevitt Marrh 2. lSos. This advvr j ttscment m mate for the pom. of pnjruruif I a new centrteate for a rn(rr of asid share. Geo. C Le nt by Hans Frearwiaon. Piai-. Mi Vt. March 26. II3. April ls-ii-: LOST - A porks' sw. Satarday moraine W trm nlvrih'i lunch mj and Burwhsia a fr4nw. Finder tUee rrtaraj te A. Mc-gsn. 47 paaidiiK street Keward. - .