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THE BAIIRE' DAILY TIMES, BAKHE, VT., SATURDAY,:" SEPTEMBER 20, 1913.
! I 4k ROOFING PAPERS Two and 3-Ply Gauntlet; 1, 2 and 3-Ply Tropico; 2 and 3-PIy Amazon; Amatite Gravel Roofing; Build ing Paper; Tar Coating for Roofs; Everjet for Tin and Iron. Special Low Price in Quantities. E. A. Prindle, Depot Square, Barre, Vermont BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Piano and organs tuned and repaired. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Alio manager ot The Harris Orchestra Music furnished for an occasion. 19 SPAULDING STREET. Phon. 161-13 EDMUND SANBORN VIOLINIST LEADER OF THE BARRE OPERA BOUSE AND MONTPELIER MILITARY BAKU ORCHESTRAS Teacher of th Seveik Method of Violin Playing IS Boutn warren ntr.ei jei. BERTHA C. BAU Pianoforte Teacher OF THE NEW ENGLAND CONSERVA TORY OF MUSIC . 59 Franklin St. Phone 141-M DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women OfBc Honrs I to i V. M-. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday . Ala. y Appointment 14 and 15 Blanchard Building TeLs3 GIOVANNI ROSSI Instruction In thn art of VIOLIN ' Playing, Pianoforte. Harmony Composition. Connected seven year with tha New Bed ford high school and five years with the.Y. M C. A., of New Bedford, Mass.. as tnusi. cal Instructor. MUSIC STUDIO. P. O. Bo 44 Miles Block Ernest H. Bancroft, M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Teleph.no, $61-1$ Alas tha People's Lin OPnCB AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARRS LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre - Verrhont DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room 35, Miles Building "Offlc. honr. A. M. to 1 M. and 1:S0 to 4 P. Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection : M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE. VT. TELEPHONE 22-l MERCHANT TAILORING ' Also Cleaning, Press ing ana Repairing ; MOORE & 111 North Main Street OWENS Barre. Yemeni RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasion Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE ' 342-21 PIANOS TUNED ' 3 t ...m-J and r-ntrd ' wi f- n and regulating a specialty: work guaran teed; old pianos reouiii. rum. V -terience tuning for conservatories, schools, theatres, and professional musicians of New Wk Chicago and Bo-ton. For references, Th. Hallet & Davis Piano Co. . of Bo. ton. Mass., and Newport. R. I. Terms reasonable. C ROSot, 'Phena 2S6-W. Barr. P. O. B 44. .jl jewelry 2 When YOU want a piece of j Jewelry, come in and see our splendid display. ! ! O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler j I -1 er. Cnl. Ae-enrv for. goo luaisi o.., . j 1 "Boston American" tn Bane. I be. FIRE Insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable stock companies and five mutuals. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competi tion met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. J.W.DILLON $ and 4 Bolster Block, Barre, Vt Auction Sale OF Real Estate and Personal Property. As we have a tig lumber job for the winter, we have decided to sell our stock and one farm, so will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on TUESDAY, SEPT. 23, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at our farm in Washington, Vt, formerly known as the- Enoch Martin or D. M. Mtfes farm, situated on the main road from Washington to Corinth, about 2 miles from Washington village, the fol lowing real estate: the farm just across the street irom where we live, known as THE DAN SMITH FARM Said farm consists of 100 acres of land. There is estimated to be from 150 to 200 M. feet of spruce timber on the farm, line sugar orchard of 1000 trees and plenty of hard wood. Nearly level, machine mowed fields of the best soil. Good comfortable farm buildings, only 2 milea from town on a good road. Fine chance for some one that wants to lumber or purchase a medium priced farm. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Stock and farm tools. 38 head of cattle, consist ing of 21 young cows,, an extra good lot. Holsteins, Jerseys and Guernseys. Two due to freshen this month, 5 to freshen between Oct. 15 and Nov. 1, 7 between Nov. 1 and Dec. 1, balance fresh by Feb. 15. All good size, straight and right for dairy purposes. 15 heifers, yearlings and calves, nearly all black and white. 1 -year-old brown mare colt, sound and right a beauty. 4 shoats that will weigh 100 lbs. each, 1 brood sow and 4 pigs, 1 ten weeks old white Chester boar pig. 1 nearly new four horse power gasoline engine, 1 Worces ter Kemp manure spreader, 1 Syracuse walking plow, 1 heavy express wagon, 1 set of 2-horse sleds and some other property not mentioned. If you are looking for good cows and young stock this is your opportunity. Everything goes to the highest bidder as we mean business. Terms at time of sale. Lunch at noon. . , TR0MBLY BROTHERS, Owners. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. Vermont Municipal Bonds BOUGHT AND SOLD The Hyde Fark Savings Bank is al ways able to supply investors with gilt edged town, city and village (Vermont) bonds. Correspondence invited with par ties desiring either to buy or sell. WARM WEATHER HINTS During the heat of summer, keep your stomach and bowels regulated by using OTAIHDKAK.15 BITTERS, a gentle laxative ionic, and ward off dis eases incident to the season. Sold every where, liquid or tablets, 25 cents. Cigar. Thirty-nine years' continuous in- creased sales tells its own story. Fac tory, Manchester, N. H. RIGHT FROM OUR SHOP. Thai describes the quality of our work and the quality of our material. Both are 'Right." Barre Electric Co. Us North Main St, Wnaelock Block, Telephone 98-W. "TRAVEL IN COMFORT WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS" MONTPELIER AND WELLS RIVER RAILROAD FALL SCHEDULE GREEN MOUNTAIN EXPRESSThrough Pullman Sleep ing Car (Electrically Lighted) Operates DAILY Between Barre, Montpelier and Boston SCHEDULE SOUTHBOUND Leave Barre :S0 P. M. Leave Montpelier 10 :00 P. M. Arrive Boston 7 :30 A. M. Through Parlor Car Between Barre, Montpelier and Boston, Daily Service (Except Sunday) SOUTHBOUND Leave Barre Leave Montpelier Arrive Boston Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of tha disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cur is token Internally and acts direct'y upon the blood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It wao prescribed by one of the beat physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription. It ia composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, actinit directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testi monials, free, F. J. CHENEY 6 CO.. Props.. Toledo. O. Sold by druggita, price 75c- Takt Hall's Family PllUv for constipation. Real estate owner now open your eyes, Investigate, study and thus become wise, To the fact that Bishopric Wall Board ii better than lath and plaster, saves 40 per cent, in construction, renders 100 per cent, in service. Any weather is good building weather when you use Bishoprio Wall Board and Sheathing. Bishoprio Hoofing is self-protecting and require no paint. ' It beats all other kinds of roofing that's made. And those who have tried it ail seem to agree. It drives everything els away into the shade Of the elm or the old apple tree. For Bale by J. T. CALLAGHAN, 360 No. Main Street Barre, Vermont Auction Sale of Personal Property As I have leased my farm for a num ber of years and am about to engage in other business, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on the premises where I now live, known as the Charles Persons farm, just otT the main road to East Montpelier, about one and one-half miles from Barre City, near the Farwell cemetery, on Thursday, Sept. 25th at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, the follow ing described stock and other personal property: 20 COWS, some fresh, some to be soon, and all during the fall and winter: 4 calves, 3 horses, 1 bay mare 7 years old; 1 bay mare 0 years old, and 1 roan mare 7 years old; 1 mule eolt, 10 months old, a dandy; 2 hogs; 1 brood sow with pigs by her side; about 20 hens. This is all nice clean stock. Two lumber wagons, 2 pr. heavy work sleds, 1 pr. light sleds, 1 pung sleigh, 2 other sleighs, 1 bob sled, 1 dump cart, 1 low-seated surrey with pole; 2 buggv wagons, 1 carriage, express wagon, horse rake, horse hoe, scraper, 2 sets heavy double work harnesses, 1 set light double driv ing harnesses, 2 1 -horse work harnesses, gasoline engine, drag saw and circular saw, jack screws, 2 grindstones, 2 large kettles, 1 funnel mill and all small tools too numerous to mention. CROPS Some hay, 4 or 5 tons millet fodder, straw, India wheat, barley, peas, and some spruce lumber. Sale positive without reserve or limit and only for the reason above stated, as I have no further use for the prop erty. Lunch at noon. Terms at time of sale. Remember the date, Thursday, September 25, 1913, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. HOMER L. DOUGLAS, Owner. DAN A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt 3 Auflcflioo ale . At City Auction Market Depot Square Saturday, Sept. 20th at 1:30 P.M. A large list of goods will be sold to the highest bidder on the above date. Partial list, and many additions will be made be fore date of sale : Chamber suits, iron beds, iron couches, couch, springs, mat tresses, extension tables, small tables, stands, center tables, easy chairs, dining and kitchen chairs, rockers, 4 carpets, re frigerator, ranges, heaters, desk, cottage organ, sideboard, 1 Ideal spring bed, sewing ma chines, tin, iron ware, wash tubs, Bissell's carpet sweeper, bath tub, and a large list not mentioned. Extra goods must be listed early for this sale. Remember the date and place: City Auction Market, Depot Sq., at 1:30 P. M. sharp, Saturday, September 20. j O. II. HALE, Auctioneer 1 NORTHBOUND Leave Boston Arrive Montpelier Arrive Barre . :I0 P. M. .7:80 A. M. . 7 :68 A. M. SCHEDULE I NORTHBOUND Leave Boston 10:00 A.M. Arrive Montpelier s jnp m - Arrive Barr. t :4 P tL ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS ' Davis 4. Davis, Washington patent at torneys. report the grant of a patent on a yarn-scraper to William W. Burke of Bennington. , Mrs. Ida Celley was found dead in the barnyard at her home in South Woodbury Tuesday, death being due, it is supposed, to Heart lauure. Ex-Gov. and Mrs. G. H. Prouty of Newport have started on a trip abroad, sailing from Montreal. They will first visit in .Dudley, England. . Contracts have been drawn for the sale of a number of farms in Grand Isle county to G. II. Wright, of Missouri The total area is about fH)0 acres and the farms have a hike frontage of three miles. Theodore N. Vail of Lyndon has as sumed the active leadership of a cam paign to better agriculture shipping and marketing conditions through efforts of the Boston chamber of commerce. lie is chairman of the agricultural com mittee. A motor car used to carry mails be tween Woodstock and Rutland and an automobile belonging to and driven by Dr. A. W. Farnsworth of the latter city collided Wednesday on a curve in Bridge water, breaking the doctor's auto quite badly. It had a broken front axle, broken wheels, smasb.d tires and ruined springs, besides minor breaks. The oc cupunts were unhurt and continued their journey to the state fair when picked up by other motorists. Mrs. M. P. Benson met with a serious and peculiar accident at Manchester a few days ago. Coming in with her son on the sleeper, she failed to leave the train at the station and it was stopped for her at a crossing nearby. Not being well acquainted with the place, she de cided to walk the track back to the station and in doing so walked into a railroad bridge, sustaining a compound fracture of the leg and numerous other bruises. The railroad company had her taken to the Rutland hospital'for treat ment. CASTOR 1 A Pir I&fkita and Ciildrea. Tiia Kind Yea Have Always Bought Bears the sHflMttrt SOCIAL CLUB NO. 2 Saturday, September 27 3 P. M. A general meeting of the shareholders will be held in the Socialist hall, Granite street. Bv order R. CIARDI, Clerk. ALLAN LINE BOSTON GLASGOW DERRY ONE-CLASS CABIN SERVICE Rate $45. Two in Room NUM1DIAN Oct J PARISIAN... Oct. 16 I Vt'MIDIAN. Oct. 30 PARISIAN.. Nov, 18 , Third Class Rate Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool, $30.25 N. B. BALLARD, Ban H. & A. ALLAN, 90 State St., Boston CUNARD BOSTON Queenstown, Liverpool, London Franconla Sept 30 Laconia Oct 14 Ultonia Nor. 11 nd fortnightly Franconia and Laconia 1(1 50 Toos, the Lst J til Stuaert fr.m Bostm New York Fishguard Liverpool Calling at Queenstown Lusitania Sept. 24 Mauretania Oct, 1 Does not call at Queenstown. Nw York,' Mediterranean Pannonia Oct. Carpathia Oct. 9 Apply to Your Local Agents N. B. Ballard, Miles block. Barre, Vt J B. S. Ballard. Lawrence building, Mont pelier, Vt WHITE STAR LINE BsUn-Azres-Mediterranean Cretic, Oct 18 Canoplc, Nov. 1 BOSTON -QrEENSTOWN LIVERPOOL ONE CLASS CABIN (II.) SERVICE 52.50 and up according to steamer ARABIC Sept 21 CYMRIC Oct T LEYLAND LINE Boston Liverpool (Direct) ONE CLASS CABIN SERVICE (II.) $50 Winlfredian. Sept 27 I Canadian, Oct Ii Devonian. Oct 4 I Bohemian. Oct 25 OFFICE, 84 STATE ST.. BOSTON. OR LOCAL AGENTS lUhStrt oV University Flaea On. block west of Broadwcy NEW YORK CITI. Within csr walking distance front Whoia al. and Retail Dry Goods District. Con veniently near kailro.4 and Steamship Line. The enlv modern absolutely llr proof transient hotel below 2Jd Street, too kwnn, (200 with bath) RATES FROfl $l.-prr DAY UPWARD txrvlieot ReataoraM sad Cal. ModnsM Pnca. 6caS for Ira. Illustrated Quid, and - Map el New Vork City. . Tested and Proven There Is a Heap of Solace In Be ing Able to Depend Upon a Well-Earned Reputation For months Barre readers have seen the constant expres sion of praise for Doan's Kidney Pills, and read about the good work they have done in this lo cality. What other remedy ever produced such convincing proof of merit? C. A. Churchill, 35 Merchant street, Barre, Vt says: t "l used one box of Doan's Kidney Pills and they benefited me so greatly that 1 continued until all symptoms of kidney complaint had disappeared. It is now a long time since I publicly rec ommended Doan's Kidney Pills. On several occasions since, I have taken this remedy with good results. I have often advised a trial of Doan's Kidney Pills to friends and acquaintances whom I have heard complaining of backache. I think that Doans Kidney Tills are a remedy which is certainly worthy of en dorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take" no other. EAST CORINTH Mrs. J. W. Zwicker and son, Charles, were in Newbury last week. Mrs. J. W, White was in Bradford Tuesday. Mr. Cummings of Massachusetts was in town the first of the week, buying cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Knight of Grin nell, la., are visiting Mrs. May Taplin. Miss Harriet James has been ill with the prevailing distemper, also Mrs, A. C, Jackman. Miss Kate Rowe is visiting Mrs. Eva Tabor. Mrs. C. A. Huntley is reported not o well. A new furnace is being installed in the schoolhouse and the primary room has been redemrated. Friends of Winn Taplin will be glad to Know lie is attending an agricultural college in Jowa. George Welch and Miss Kirk, who had been spending a week in town, left Monday for their school at Canton, N. where they are in training for the ministry. A number from here attended the state fair at White River Junction. Mr. Cook and Clinton Cook were in town Friday. ilis ivy Johnson is attending Uod dard seminary. WASHINGTON. Baptist church, Washington, Charles O. Dunham, pastor. Morning preaching service at 10:30; subject, "1 he Univer sal Quest." Bible school at 11:30, Christian Endeavor at 6 p. m.: topic, How to get the most from this school vear." II Tim. 2:13-26. Evening preach ing service at 7 ocloek. iTaver and praise service Thursday evening at 7:30. Junior meeting hatnrday at 3 p. m. VERMONT'S WORST ROAD. Highway Between Burlington and Mont- 1 pelier in Unsafe Condition. Burlington, Set. 20. It rs anticipat ed that from the federal appropriation of $10,000 allotted this state for road improvement a suflicient sum will be set aside for improving the road from Buflington to Montpelier, which is said to be in the worwt condition of any high way in Vermont, even though it is the one" most used by tourists. Twenty thousand dollars of state mon ey, in addition to the government's con tribution, or $30,000 in all, is the sum to be expended the coming year in aid ing poor towns to improve roads and highways. A considerable portion of this amount will be spent between Burlington and Rutland. State Highway Commissioner Charles W. Gates of Franklin, in a let ter to the annual meeting of the Auto mobile dub of Vermont, expressed the belief that the club should exert what ever influence it possessed in securing for the improvement of the road from this city to Montpelier a substantial apportionment of the f30,000. That the road in question is in sad need of immediate repair is an accepted fact and it is a matter of great won der that more accidents have not oc curred on the highway his summer on account of the rough and treacherous condition of ite surface. HARVEY HELD WITHOUT BAIL. He Is Accused of the Murder of His Cousin. pulfiit Me.. Sent. 20. Freeman Har- iu si, hold without bail for the grand jury yesterday, charged with murdering his cousin, Elmer S. Har vey. Harvey died last Saturday, fol lowing a scuffle with several compan ions. . . The Fnal Session. Minneapolis, Minn.. Sept. 20. Tlie sovereign grand lodge. Independent Order of Odd Fellows, begon its final session yesterday expecting to dispose of all unfinished business before its final adjournment last night.. The work yes terday included the election of officers. Last night the prizes were awarded to the winners in the contests participated in during the week by cantons of the Patriarchs Militant and degree teams of the subordinate lodges. Shooting the Candle. In the October Woman's Home Com panion appear a department called "Kn tertainment" in which various subscrib ers give suggestions as to the best ways to entertain guests. One contributor writes as follows: "During a mountain camping trip we were invited to a candle shooting. Wihen rr;nA fnmiil our neiirhborinif V C .III"" . - campers assembled around a oampfire, ' . ... . i irtn rA ..... ana at a distance oi "" " " r saw a tiny light. "Our host handed one of the number a small rifle, saying as he did ao, 'This ia to be target hoot ing with a candle for the -bulls eye." T3ie object 1 to see who can put the tandle out by shooting at it. v...i. tnL- a nrn hut rmlv one Rite- eeeded in accomplishing the feat, and this was a young lady who had handled a gun but once before." FOUR LINES FOR 23 CENTS Th. Tim will jmbllsh Wants. Lost and Pound, For Sale, To Let, etc short adver tisement at th rat. of four line for twen tr-flve cents for th first insertion and five centa for each subsequent insertion. . REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. $4,08$ Farm for $2,300 Hay, Cora, Oali, Potatoes 11 head stock, horses, piirs. hens, fitted stove wood, full line modern farm tools, ma chinery, wagons, harmssea, everythins; includ ed with this 145-acre farm by owner called away on other business, 30 acres dark rich loam fields-; bal. in well-fenced pasture and woodlot ; suvar and fruit orchards ; 7-room newly painted house, gooi barn, running spring: water ; near neighbors, good schools and but 2 mile to depot ; only part cash re quired; act quickly or you will get left on this ; for traveling instructions, see page 84, our "Mammoth 76-Page Farm Catalogue No. 86," beautifully illustrated and filled with a wonderful assortment of money-making -farms throughout many states, many with stock, tools and crops included ; send to-day for your free copy, it will save you lota of time and money. E. A. STROUT FARM AGKNCY, Station 2729, 294 Washington street, Boston, Mass. . FOK SALE Farm in Brookfield, 75 acres: lumber enough to pay for farm : 150 maple tree ; sugar orchard ; 2 barns and a good 6 room house ; four cows and a heifer due to freshen in September and October; 76 hens and 40 chickens ; about 20 tons of hay ; S tons of straw ; 76 bushels of barley : 85 runs of wood and all farming tools. Located fi miles from WilliamBtown. C. De Almeida,- Ran dolph Center, Vt., R. F. D. 8. lBOtli! FOR SALE 12-cow farm, 100 acres : 800 maples; 150 barrels apples yearly; 30-cow pasture; smooth fields. Including all this year's crops, $1,500. Address J. H. Nell, Waitafield, Vt, 142tf FOR SALE 100-acr. farm 2 miles from the village of Chelsea, on good road ; good buildings with never-failing water at house and barn; nice orchard. Fields ar. smooth and cut 40 tons of hay last year; near cream ery and school. I Easy terms. Inquire of E. R. Davi, Barre, Vt. 91tf No. 897 East Montpelier farm ; one of the good ones and a money-maker: contains 228 acres ; will carry 40 cows summer and win ter; tillage lays well and there is no hand work. . An excellent pasture, well watered ; sugar bush of from 450 to 500 maples, equipped, besides about 40 acres of growing hard and soft wood : two fruit orchards ; two set of buildings. Modern barn, 60 ft. long : hay drawn in at the top ; stables light and warm : horse barn, piggery and chance to keep about (00 hens l large house containing ten rooms, very pleaaantly located. The other set of buildings needs some repairs. but with a few changes would be suitable for hired help. This is an exceptional op portunity to buy one of the best farms In fcast Montpelier. only one mile Irom village. Price ia $7,600.00, but as the owner is anxious to close out will include some personal prop erty at th price. , 166tf "FOR SALE Restaurant and lodging busi ness in good live town on mam line of rati road ; doing a good business. Will sell for 1700, everything complete; very little compe tition : rent low. Let us show thai to you. Th. D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. 16Stf FOR SALE Ice cream and confectionery business. There is a fortune to be made here, paying big from the start Apply at the D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. Mtf COZY COTTAGE ON PARK ST. Contains six good -sized rooms, conveniently arranged ; is heated bv steam and has modern plumbing : wide porch and fin. lawn, with plenty of shrubbery. This house is so situated that it affords a fine view ; large lot with small fruit and some apple trees ; good garden. A modern horn, in beautiful location at moderate cost Price, $2,6oo. n:etf VALUABLE MAIN STREET PROPERTY which must be sold to close an estate. Excep tionally deeirabte location, accessible to rail road at rear: Main street frontage is 67 feet and a depth of nearly 220 feet Building now on property pays about $300 per year. This is a good proposition to hold as an invest ment or improve at once : is sure to appreciate in value. Price is far below what you could buy the same property for, were it not to close an estate. 126tf JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR 6-room house just off Main on Elmore street ; finished in the wood ; hardwood floors ; natn room. pantry, set tubs, electric lights, steam heat ; house in good repair, and at the low price it can be purchased for is desirable Tor a home or Investment . , . isuti Inquire ef THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY H.wland Block. Barr. Vt TO RENT. TO RENT Upstair tenement on Ayera street of four good rooms, with modern con veniences. Suitable for small family. Inquire of Mrs. A. Mathieaon, 65 Ayers street l&itf TO RENT Front parlor with board for two ; steam heat electric light, i bath rooms, spring water. 20 Averill street 16712 TO RENT Six-room cottage, barn and henhouse. Inquire 11 Upland avenu. 166tf TO RENT An extra nice tenement corner of Washington and Camp streets : 7 rooms. furnace heat coal and gas range: will be ready Oct. 1. Inquire of W. J. Clapp, 135 Washington street ldtitf FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT In Mile Granite block. Inquire at room 44, after 6 p. m. i4u TO RENT A five-room tenement Inquire nf Paul Kingston at 44 North Mam afreet 142U TWO FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Ready after September 1. Apply at 89 Warren street 141tf HOUSE TO RENT Four rooms and shed : on B street For further particulars inquire at Fred Canton'a, 26 Wellington street or telephone 228-4. lSltf TO RENT Too floor of th. A read building. suitable for rooming house. Inquire of I. S. Yett 171 North Main street 98tf TO RENT Tenement at 29 Branch street: every convenience. Apply to tr. iorsytn, 9 Brook street vrtr OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT In Aldrich block. All convenience. Apply to either of trustee. John Trirw. N. D. Phelps or Alex. Gordon. tf For Rent Double house. Branch street $12. For Rent Double bouse. Foster street $. For Rent House on Franklin street of I mnma and two reeeDtion balls: batil room. laundry room, and pantry ; hard wood floors and finish ; furnace heat ; electric light and gas; $26.00. H. A. rBELPS CO Telephone J14-J Mile Building WANTED. WANTED Bunch- washings. Mrs. Inman. 2 Elmwood avenue, Barr. C. E. 167tS WANTED 80 fawn-colored Jersey heifer. 14 to 8 year old, not to freshen until apring. Address, A. R. Cols, Marnhtteld, Vt 160tf GIRLS WHO DESIRE TO ATTEND GOD DARD SEMINARY this fall and work for their board in a private family raa secure a nlara by applying to Prin. O. K. Hollister. 142tf BUSINESS CHANCES AN OLD-ESTABLISHED FIRM with mod ern plant doing high-class retail business, wishing to increase manufacturing, la in a position to interest a party, who has made a record as an, up-to-date, successful wholesale manufacturer A fin. opportunity to become interested in a good business in a live, grow ing city. Address 'Efficient" care of The Monumental News, 686 S. Dearborn street Chicago, 111. 16716 TOWN OF PLAINFIELD Warning far Special Tewa Meeting. A petition having been made to as signed by John Ryan. Henry P. Prascott E. V. Duke, F. Richardoon. G. W. Bolles. A. Pavis. C. E. Comstock. H. H. Martin. W. P. Wheeler. W. R. Bollea, C. E. liavis. A. V. Taylor, John Thompson. A. A. Rublee. the legal voters of the town of Plainfield are hereby notified and warned to meet at the town hall Monday. Sept 22. at 10 a. m-. to art on the following business: T se if the town will vote to erect an iron bridg. near the site of the Clinton Cut ler bridge, so called. E. J. BARTLETT. W. H. MARTIN". B. B. BATtHELDER, , - Selectmen. Plainfield. Vt, Sept 8. 191$. 14tlt FOR SALE. Chain Links for Ensilage Cutters IS STOCK AT MY OFFICE ; CAN GET THEM ANY TIME J. L. ARKLEY At 29 Merchant St., Formerly Livery BARRE. VT. V FOR SALE Model D, Buick 6-pas. touring; car, just overhauled, in fin. running order, all improvements, including shock absorbers and speedometer: will sell cheap if sold at one. Call or writ L. M. Grout. Vt, Stata Hospital Waterbury. 168tS FOR SALE One laW Buick 5-pass. touring car; Presto tank, 8 extra tires. One 1913 Ford touring car, electric lights, Moster vi brator. Both cars in good condition. 8. D. Nichols, Roxbury, Vt. . 186t FOR SALE On medium-sized coal heater; will sell cheap, inquire at 19 Summer street. 166tf FOR SALE A 1913 Buick Roadster Fully equipped with electric horn, shock ab sorber, over-sited non-skid tires all round, en extra tire and rim (new), large trunk. Guar, anteed absoultely in fine condition. , For in formation addres 7 Academy street, or tele, phone 62-2. CHARLES F. BUTTERICK. BUGGY LAMPS New improved style Lamps that clamp on the dasher. You can't afford to ride at night without one. . . Sent anywhere by parcel post, $3,50 Colton, Montpelier FALL AND WINTER BLANKETS 5 A Stable Blankets 5A Square Blankets Our big new stock is already to show. We have extra large sizes for the big horses and some extra small sizea for small horses. ; , , POPULAR LOW PRICES Colton Montpelier MORE HORSE COLLARS Our Collsr business is growing. . Our price are low, and then "yea can always And the else yu want at Colton'." W have them as small as 16-inch and as large as 24-inch. Colton Montpelier STONE CUTTERS Camwood pencils, square chalk, hammers, and tools at whole sale, by oldest granite tool manufacturer. 6$ Beverly street, Boston, near North terminal station. H. H. Harvey Granite Tool Manu facturing Co. 164t6 FOR SALE Jersey bull 10 months old; also one or two cows due to freshen in November. W. H. Bradbury, Washington, Vt 164t FOR SALE One Lane 40-inch cutting-oft bench, roll table with saw ; also one Lane right-hand roll feed double edger with three saws. Address Mills Brothers, Orange, Vt. mtf FOP SALE OR TO RENT Blacksmith shop: good shape; on Mnin street Washing ton village ; one of the beet location for a blacksmith in the country. Apply to J.' J. Dashner, Washington, Vt. lSltf FOR SALE Registered Guernsey bull calf from a healthy herd. Irving W. Bates. East Barre. Vt. ; N. E. phone 234-1$ ; People's line. t&tf FOR SALE Horses, all size and descrip tions. C. E. Wiiley, Barre. lOltf FOR SALE One Duplex 414-ft belt-driven air csmpressor; first class condition, at a bargain : also belt One 60 11. P. electric motor in first-clans condition. Both can be seen at plant of Novelli t Caleagni. 46tf Chicopee Corn Husker Guaranteed to hulk stalk corn of nicked eara. Recnilnr nric $1100.0(1. Only one in stock. Will sell for $80.00. A. W. ALLEN ESTATE iannyside Farm Telephone 140-1 PLOWS Drag and Bulky plowa. Plow Points and general repairs. One long-handled Canadian landside plow. Low price. A. W. ALLEN ESTATE Sunnyside Farm Telephone 146-1 BERKSHIRES Three registered Berkshire pigs. Yearlings. Two sows. One boar. Fine specimens and excellent pedigree. SUNNYSIDE FARM Tel. 146-1 FOR SALE . -, Hubbard Squash, harvested before the frost and sun-cured. Delivered in 50 pound lots, 2Vi cents per pound. SUNNYSIDE FARM Tel. 140-1 HELP WANTED. WE WILL PAY YOU $120.00 to distribut. religious literature in your community. Sixty day' work. Experience not required. Man or woman. Opportunity for - promotion. Spar. time may be used. International Bible Press. 1012 Asrh street Philadelphia. -I- WANTED Salesman to sell lubricating oils. house and barn paint and specialties. Big profits. Champion Refining Co.. Cleveland, O. 77t7 WILL PAY RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN $12.60 to distribute 100 FREE pkgs. Perfumed Borax Soap Powder among friends. No mon ey required. Ward Borax Co., 216 Institute, Chicago. 16SH1 WOMEN to do plan sewing at home for a large Philadelphia firm ; good money and steady work ; no canvassing ; send reply en velope for price paid. Universal Co., Desk B, Walnut street Philadelphia, Pa. 16812 WANTED A girl or woman for general housework. Apply at 268 So. Main street, or telephone $77-M. 166tf WANTED Two men for farm work; must be good milkers : good wages paid. H. H. Martin, WUIiamstown. Vt 168 if WANTED An experienced table girl at The Kellogg, 28 .School street, Montpelier. 161tf WANTED AT ONCE A few more reliable men to learn to repair and drive auto and fill vacancies at salariea of $16.00 to $30.00 per week. Write stating age. Main. Auto Company, Taylor Street Garage, Portland, Maine. 148t26 WANTED A gang of first-class cutters. C. Bianchi 4k Sons. l3tf WANTED A forging blacksmith, on who can forge and make up new tools. Apply to Boutwell. Milne A Varnum Quarry, Graniteville. 114tf WANTED At once, six granite cutter en vault and monumental work ; steady job. Perry Granite Co- Waterbury, Vt 106U NOTICE This is to give notice that I forbid an yon trusting my wife, Edvige Campora, aa I will not pay any bills contracted by her. UMBERTO CAMPORA. Barre, Vt. Sept SO, l.i. 11