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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, DAKRE, VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1913.
11 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 BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Vim noa and tuneJ and repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also manager of The Harris Orchestra Music furnished for any occasion. It SPAULDINQ STREET Phono 261-11 EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Pupil of the t'smous Serrik. Vienna Royal nigh School, and ' Martean, Berlin High School TERMS $1.00 PER LESSON Alio leader of the Barre Opera House and Montpelier Military Band Orchestral 2t NELSON ST.' . PHONE 421-11 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE - - - 342-21 DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Office Heura I to 4 P. M. 4 Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday ; . Also by Appointment il and 18 Blanchard Building Tel. 33 DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ... Office in Room 35, Miles Building j'fVA Telephone Connection Ernest H. Bancroft, M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, 861-11 ' Also the People's Una 9FFICB AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARRE MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing ' MOORE & OWENS lit North Main Street Barre, Vermont LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre - Vermont M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Cells answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, VT. : TELEPHONE 229-1 Get Well and Keep Well ' If you are troubled with loss of appe tite, biliousness, constipation, jaundice, malaria, or liver complaint, try a bottle of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters Sold Everywhere, Liquid or Tablets, IS Cents 2igar. Thirty-nine years' continuous in creased sales tells its own story. Fac tory, Manchester, N. H, The efficiency of electricity depends upon the design, construction and qual- liv nf th tliincra iiRi-rl to control it. NfTV appliances are constantly being added to our stock and the latest and best in ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES can always -be found here. Barre Electric Co. 135 North 'Main St., Whloek Block, ri i. nonr - aciepuouv o . , FIRE Insurance Rate REDUCED Seventeen old reliable stock companies and five mutuals. lake 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 4 Bolster Block Barre. Vt I and Square, Jarre, Vermont Yon Want Goad Mustard. Ask for - Stickney & Poor's Mustard AND GET IT Auction Sale SATURDAY, NOV. 8 At 1:30 and 7 P. M. at The City Auction Market Barre, Vt. , Goodi of all kinds are coming in rap idly. Four big express loads arrived to-day. Chamber suites, dressers, commodes, spring beds, iron beds in full size, J4 and single: with mattresses, feather bed, pillows, puffs, blankets, art square, straw matting, carpets and rugs, i drop-side couch, chairs, rockers, sofas, large and small tables, i fine cottage organ, a sewing mahines, i writing desk, i rifle, i buggy, a watches, curtains, books, stoves and ranges, oil and gas heaters, large wood heaters just the thing for stonesheds; stove pipe; lot of doors, windows and counters; i lawn mower; i barber's chair; cross-cut saw, pitch ,ot f. crockery, hanging lamp I Sliver, iron anu uo waic, ico, vuucv auu (vucisi pauiiy guvuo, bavwi.o uu vv. icines". Send in your goods early and come to this Saturday sale at a and 7 p. m. CITY AUCTION MARKET Tel 354-M O.H. HALErttE OF STOCK AND TOOLS The undersigned, having sold his farm, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on Tuesday, November 11, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon on the premises where I now live in Cor inth, about 2 miles from. East Corinth, on the road to Cookville, the following described personal property: 11 COWS 1 pair of 2-year-old Holstein steers, 3 2-year-olds, 1 yearling, 5 horses, 1 pair 7 and 8 years old, sound and right in every way and weight about 3,000 lbs.; 1 pair of chestnut mares, weight about 2.000 lbs.; 1 driving horse, weight 050 lbs.; 35 tons of hay and 8 tons of 8 FARMING TOOLS Hay tedder, 2 mowing machines, horse rake, wheel har row, smoothing harrow, 2 plows, sulky plow, lumber wagon 2-ineh tire, dump cart, new road wagon, top buggy, ex- firess wagon, 8 h. p. Woodpecker gaso ine engine, ensilage cutter and blower, circular saw, churn, butter worker, corn shellers, wheelbarrows, traverse sled, traverse sleigh, work harnesses, driving harnesses, express harness, 75 to 80 hens, 2 cook stoves, and all small tools. Remember the date. Tuesday, November 11, at It o'clock in the forenoon. Lunch served at noon. Terms at time of sale. LAWRENCE T. WELCH, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. PERRY & Auction Sale Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders For Furniture Undertakers and Ltoanaed Embalmers, Depot Square), Barra Telephone Connections '.. Stare, 425-1 Mr. Parry, lAjWaejaisufmag' juim; jaiJigimusiAS "ROUTE OF THE FAMOUS "GREEN MOUNTAIN EXPRESS' " MONTPELIER AND WELLS RIVER RAILROAD FALL AND WINTER SCHEDULE GREEN MOUNTAIN EXPRESS Through Pullman Sleep ing Car (Electrically Lighted) Operates DAILY Between Barre, Montpelier and Boston. SOUTHBOUND Leave Barre Lea re Montpelier Arrive Boston Schedule of Local Trains Leave Barre Arriva Wei to River Leave Barre Arrive' Woodsville . '.. 7 :20 A. M. I . . 9:20 A. M. I ..12:26 P. M. .. 2:46 P. M. I CASTORIA Ftr Liiiuits and Ckildrea. Tha Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 0ignatr of Spiritual Militancy. After all, it is not the tactics of the English militants that concern us;, and their preseut, single-hearted goal, "Votes for omen," is near and insignificant compared with the stretches that lie be yond that simple, first' step. 'Many wom en of this generation 5P abort, 'in their path to self-realisation, with their enfranchisement, calling it a (rood right won, and the battle ended. Others will discover, as men have discovered, that the ballot is a clumsy method of gaining what they want, and will seek, as many men are seeking, other and better ways. Our concern is not with militant tactics or with its first goal. Hut we are great ly ' concerned with' the militant spirit that is developing in these and many other women. For, of all the evils in the world, the helplessness of women is the greatest; not their material or political helplessness, but their spiritual helpless ness, upon which all their other inapti tudes gather like barnacles. This spirit ual militancy in women is the ringing, singing note of the world to-day, and what lies back of it and what lies ahead may not wisely be ignored. From "The Militant Woman," in November Century. .Fain in Back and Rheumatism Torment thousands of people daily. Don't be one of these sufferers when for so little cost you can get well rid of the same.' Foley Kidney Pills begin their good work from the very first dose. They exert so direct an action on the kidneys and bladder that the pain and torment of backache, rheumatism and kidney trouble are soon dispelled. C. H. Kendrick & Co. Advt. For Children There Is Nothing Better. A cough medicine for children must help their coughs and colds without bad effects on their little stomachs and bow els, Foley's Honey and Tar' exactly fills this need. No opiates, no sour stomach, no constipation follows its use. Muny colds, wheery breathing, coughs and croup are ail quickly helped. C II. Kendrick & Co. Advt.' AUCTION SALE OF1 FURNITURE STOCK Closing Out; Going Out of Business We will soil at public auction to the ' highest bidder, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913 at 1:30 in the afternoon, and if stock is not all sold in the afternoon, sale will continue in the evening at 7 o'clock at our store in Williamstown, Vt., the following: My Entire Stock of Fcrnitcre consisting of iron and wooden beds, Na tional springs and mattresses, extension, parlor and bedroom tables, buffet, chairs, rockers and small chairs, commodes, book cases and bamboo tables. Wheeler & Wilson and Standard sewing ma chines, all wool and half wool carpets; 5x7 camera, a good one; carpet sweep ers, blue flame oil stow, electric vacuum cleaner, pictures and frames, mirrors framed and un framed, tabourets, easles, window screens, lamps, bone cutter, 1 share of Orange County Telephone stock and instrument. j ONE SECOND-HAND ESTEY PARLOR ORGAN . in good shape and some other articles not mentioned. If you are starting in house keeping or need anything in this line it will be for your interest to attend this big closing-out sale, as every article will be sold to the highest bidder, regardless of cost or price. Come early, as we shall close out the entire lot in the afternoon if possible. l)o not miss this opportunity of buying new furniture at auction. Ladies especially invited. Terms at time of sale. EDS0N BROTHERS, Owners. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of Jewelry, come in and see our splendid display. j a I O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler I I 100 Main St, Sole Asenry for "Boston American in Barre. NOONAN 485 - 8 Mr. Noanan, 426-S SCHEDULE ' NORTHBOUND - . :80 P. M. Leave Boston S -.SO P. M. .10:O0P.M. Arrive Montpelier ....7:80 A.M. . 1:30 A.M. Arrive Barre 8:00 A.M. (Daily Except Sunday) Leave Barre Arrive Wells River . Leave Barre (daily) Arrive Woodsville .. . 1 ISO P. M. . S :8S P. M. . 9 :S0 P. M. .11 :SJ P. M. ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM . DIFFERENT SECTIONS N. J. Atwood shot a bay tynx in Rip ton recently that weighed 24 pounds. , . Leonard, small son of Alden J. Fisher of Kipton, while. climbing a picket fence, got caught on the pulings and was seri ously injured in. the abdomen. Frank Donley of Iliiiesbiug, a laborer, yesterday filed' a petition In bankruptcy with Clerk F. 8. I'latt of the United states court. His liabilities are f 2,080.42 and he has assets of an claimed ex empt. Tim farm house on the Crowell place in West Knosburg, occupied by lien Tracv. was dentroyed by fire Oct. m It was impossible to save anything. defective chimney is thought to have caused the fire, . . A barn on Fred McNeil's farm in New Haven was burned Sunday evening, to gether with the contents, consisting of about 40 tons or nay, larming tools, liar lies, etc. The fire was caused bv th( explosion of a lantern and the loss is about i$l,200, with partial Insurance. While Edward Ash was drawing I load of wood out of the woods in Mid dlebury with a team of oxen Tuesday, the' animals suddenly Degan tlgnting. After fighting a few moments one of the animals was so badly gored that It had to lie killed immediately. Mrs. E. C. Smith of Rutland has sung in the choir of the Unlversalist church of that city for 21 consecutive years, last Sunday being the 21st anniversary of her becoming a menioer or tne ciioir. She was presented a token in remem branne of her constancy in this capacity by the pastor, Rev. O. F. Fortier, and Mrs. Fortier. Mrs. Malinda (Bryant) Allard, widow of Joseph Allard, who died Monday at her home in Burlington, was in her 03d year. She was struck by lightning four years ago, which impaired ncr health. Two rears ago she suffered a stroke of paralysis and later another one which rendered her helpless. Mrs. Allard ran one of the first looms in the old woolen mill at Winooski. " James A. Bardwell, manager of the Western Union telegraph office in Brat tleboro, and one of the oldest men in continuous service with the company In the entire country, will be retired on a pension, at his own request Nov. 7, which is the niith anniversary or Ins oirtn. Mr, Bardwell has been a telegraph operator 41 years, having been in Hrattleboro 33 years. 'Miss Delia C. Abbott, age 17 years, who left the home of Mrs. ('. I). Ross in Rutland about six weeks ago, simultane ously with the disappearance from his home of Russell Chaisson, age 10, has re turned to that city and is at the home of her father, L. K. Abbott. Miss Ab bott has refused to tell anything about her absence, except that she wanted to go away, Chaisson did not return with her and nothing has yet been learned from her as to his whereabouts. The girl stated that she was not, married to Chaisson. Ginseng Raisinz in Grand Isle County.. Henry J. Blair is probably the first man in Grand Isle countv to undertake the raising of ginseng. ife.Jlas planted two thousand seeds and set out a large quantity of small roots on bit farm. After' three years one can begin to dig up the roots and send them to market, but it 1 much belter and more profit able to wait from five to seven years as the roots increase very rapidly in size after three years. Ginseng seed sells for five dollars a thousaud and the small roots that are about as large as a pipe stem when they are a year old, sell for seventy dollars a thousand. When the crop is ready for market it brings from $3.50 to $10 a pound, and is motly exported to China. It would seem that the town of A 1 burg ought to be an excellent place to raise ginseng. There is some growing wild in the southern part of the town, which would indicate that the soil is welLadapted for its cultivation. However, from the fact that the seeds and small roots coat so much and the long time one must wait to realize on the investment, ginseng farming will not be indulged in by very many of our towusmen, although ft is recommended that raspberry 'bushes be set out between the rows of ginseng to furnish shade and to produce a revenue every year. Berries always find a readv market at good prices and they are diffi cult to get in the town of Alb'urg. FOUGHT FLAMES 18 HOURS. But Refrigerator Steamer Alcona Burns nd Goes Down. Curling, X. F., Nov. 7 The steamer Alcona, a floating refrigerator for the Gloucester herring fleet on this coast, sank in the bay yesterday after the crew had fought flames for 18 hours. A gale of wind made the fighting of the flames hopeless and the crew had a narrow escape when the boat went down. - , The Alcona was owned bv the Gorton Pew Fisheries company of Gloucester, Mass., and was. valued at $100,000. A Short List of Human Bores. In the November Woman's Home Com panion appears an article eRiled "Lit tle Courtesies of Social Life," in the course of which the author mentions, as follows, a few people who make nuis ances of themselves: "Other discourtesies you meet in pri vate as well as in public. Do we not all know the man or woman who takes up a book or paper and reads while oth ers in the circle are talking! Do we not meet every day the persons who discuss together people and places and things they know and we don't t Does any one of us escape the trial of the interrupter who breaks in upon our best story with an irrelevant remark, or who snaps our most telling argument in two to interject eome comment, humnrona nr otherwise! Or of the chronic story-teller who can, hardly wait for the conclu sion of our anecdote because of his eag erness to cap it with one he believes bet ter! . We Have an met just Buch people who have done these very things, thoughtlessly, no doubt, but not the less unpleasant for that reason. "These and many others are always w ith us, and all are guilty of diseoiirtpiv and genuine bad breeding. The onlv way . to eliminate them and their breaches ojt- manners in by individual ef fort with our families, our friends and Partners in Monroeism. Col. Roosevelt, in his address at Rio de Janeiro last week, assured the Brazil ians that any country whose people con ducted themselves in orderly fashion count upon the friendship of the United States, but that chronic wrong-doing might force some strong civilized nation meaning ourselves on this side of the Atlantic to interview, "in the exercise of an international police power. The declaration suggests" inquiries as to what the proper agency ana authority are in America, "as in the rest of the world, for the exercise of "international police power." That was one of the questions raised in Europe in connection with the Morocco situation which tne Algeeiras convention met to. consider; and the decision of that convention, in which practically all the European gov ernments were represented, as indeed our own government also, was that France and Spain should exercise that police power in .Morocco by virtue of the authority of concerted Europe. The question raised by the new and rapidly changing conditions in this hem isphere is whether any single nation,lie greatest nation of the group or any other, shall also determine when or whether it mar arrogate to itself the au thority and function of an international police power and set its neighbors, or some one of them, to rights, when in its judgment things are wrong aud need to be straightened out. Would not a "police power" delegated, as at Algeeiras, by a group of nations, considering the question mutually and acting together, be more respected and more influential than a power assumed by any individual nation, especially if the disinterestedness of that nation might in the critical quarters be open to question ! This was the question raised by Prof, Hiram Bingl.am of Yale university, the author of the remarkable new book upon the "Monroe Doctrine," in his address at the Twentieth Century club last Satur day; and he asserted that the time had come in America for the exercise of in ternational police power" here in the Americas, if it ever has to be exercised, in that way instead of in the old-fashioned way, according to which this coun try has been the sole policeman and the sole judge as to when it should play the policeman. This eminent student of South Amerl can afairs reminded us that Argentina, J5ra7.il and Chile are now strong and re liable nations, mature and no longer in fants, and that they resent being left out of consideration when the regulation of affairs in the southern republics is an issue. It was well suggested, more over, that we should have been vastly stronger before the world if we had made more of the fact that these nations refused to recognise the Iluerta govern ment as well as ourselves, and if we had made them more distinctly our partners in dealing with the Mexican situation. Boston Herald. ara curable. All kinds mean eurTerina and danger. The CAUSE la always internal. Dr. Leonh ard t 'a HEM-ROID tablets produce amazing results by attacking; the INTERNAL CAUSE. The piles are dried up and permanently cured. 24 daye' treatment, fl.00. DR. LEONHARDT CO, Buffalo. N. Y. Urea book) Russell' t Tha Sad Cross Pharmacy. HELP WANTED WANTED A ftrat-clnae bed aettef. Mar. tinson Eatata Granite Co-, Batchelder meadow. lUsti WANTED A housekeeper in a family of three. Inquire of Archie Duncan, Welwter ville, Vt. 200t6 SALESMAN WANTED An established tea and eoffre route in Barre and vicinity ; Rood chance lor live man : must be able to furnish small bond, horse and harness. Apply after t p. m. P. T. Garland. 23 Brook street. 200t2 WANTED Boy to work about store and creamery. L. B. UodVe. ZOOtf WANTED A man for delivery team in city ; sood pay. good hours and steady em ployment: man must be sober, industrious. with Hood references. Prefer one with ex perience. Address by letter to "X." rare Times office. ltistf WANTED A young lady for general office work ; must be a first-class penman, accurate and painstaking, and able to do firsts lass work on a typewriter. Apply in own hand writing, giving experience and recommenda tions. Apply to Y, bo S8, barre, Vt. lDStS WANTED Ten or fifteen teamsters to log in woods : good wages. Mitchell GosJant, Laneaboro, Vt. lU7tf WANTED Men . wanted with horses to draw logs during winter, either per day or thousand. Good wages. Apply to M. Goalant, Lanes bo ro. Vt l7tf WANTED A boy to learn the dry goods business ; must be honest, good character, and not afraid to work. The Homer Fitta Co. l$6tf SALESMAN WANTED To run our team in Bethel. Vt. : must be honest and under stand the care of a team ; only men with ex perience on meat, grocery or other house to house trade need apply. Vermont Baking Co., White River Junction, Vt. 196t8 WANTED At onoe, man and woman to work in lumber camp ; woman must cook and have charge of camp ; good wages. Apply to M. Goslant, Lanesboro, Vt 194tf WANTED Tea or twelve woodsmen to work in woods ; good wages. Apply to M. Goslant, Lanesboro, Vt. '. 194tf WANTED A girl or woman for general housework ; small family : good wages. Apply to Mrs. M. Goslant, Lanesboro, Vt. 194tf WANTED AT ONCE A few more reliable men to learn to repair and drive autos and Drenare to fill vacancies at salaries of 816 to 830 per week for the winter. Write stating age. Maine Auto Company, Taylor Street Garage, Portland, Maine. 193t2t WANTED Two men for farm work : must he good milkers ; good wages paid. H. 11. Martin. Williamstown, Vt. 163tf WANTED WANTED A place to do housework by a middle-aged woman. Address "A.," care of Times omce. 200t8 WANTED A young girl would like a good respectable place to do light housework. Cap be seen at 111 Brooklyn street, or phone 49-11. 19t8 WANTED A portable mill to saw lumber this winter. r. Js.. Downing, uit tiarre. I6t6 WANTED Graduate of commercial school with one year'a experience desires position as stenographer or cashier. Address E. P., this office. 197t6 WANTED A customer for the A. G. Dut ton & Co. store and goods at East Calais, Vt. The stock of goods has been largely re duced and a good opportunity is here offered any person desiring a good business. Must be sold to close an estate. A. ii. Dutton A Co., East Calais, Vt. , 197t DAIRY PRODUCTS furnish actual food values cheaper than most any other source. Finest Creamery Butter, our own make, per lb 38e Fresh-made Cream and Neufchatel cheese, each ....ioc Fresh Cottage Cheese, each 5c Special for Saturday only, 5 lbs. good Butter,' not our own make $1.75 Our Ice Cream tastes as good in cold weather as warm- Vanilla and Chocolate. FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will p Fonud. For gala. To Lost and o Let, etc. snori aaver. tiwments at tha rata of four lines for twenty-live cents for the first insertion and five cents for each subeo.uent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Cottage at Lake Groton. In quire of A. L. Hooper, Groton, Vt. , 199t6 FOR SALE Property at 4, 6 and 8 Second street; also house on Railroad street. This is good renting property, in good condition, and will be sold cheap for cash. Inquire at Trow A Holden Co. office. . f 193tf REAL ESTATE . To Be Sold at Once The Richard Veale house at No. 7 Pt ' terson St. Inquire of H. G. WOODRUFF, Agent, At Granite Savings Bank A Trusf Company FOR SALE Six-room cottage with barn and garden on Maple avenue. Inquire of Thomas Desjardins, 57 N. Main street, 181)17 SMITH & DASIINER REAL ESTATE AGENTS Offer Far Sale Something New - No. 102 FOR SALE, 45-acre, : one-man farm, in Brookfield, buildings painted up in fine shape, land level and productive; nice fruit orchard ; small lake or pond with fine pickerel fishing; 6 miles from station, good neighborhood, few steps to school. , Poor health of owner reason for selling. l'JVtf No. 108 FOR SALE, 800-acra farm, keeps 96 head of stock and team ; wood and lum ber ; large bouse, nicely located ; with this farm is a fish pond that rents for 1 100. per year and can ba leased for ten years ; nice place for summer boarders; 4H miles to sta tion and good town ; farm can be bought with or without stock and tools. This is a money maker. 197tf No.. 109 FOR SALE, 166-acre farm near West Topsham ; good soil, fields cut 3b tons of hay ; best of pasture ; plenty of hard wood and a nice lot of growing soft-wood timber ; good sugar and fruit o:rhard 10-roora hoUBe. barns and other buidlings ; 1-3 of mile to creamery of mile to stores, school and mills ; on main road. This property is owned by a non-resident and can be bought cheap. 197tl No. 101 FOR SALE. 25-acrc farm, in small railroad town, 12 acres in tillage, 10 in pas ture and 3 in woodland ; good level land ; will keep 6 cows and team ; fruit orchard ; good 10-room house, basement barn clapboard ed and painted ; near creamery, school and station. If you buy this farm, you can have the Job as station agent, which can be done by a woman or young lady, no telegraphing. This is a good proposition ; let us show you. 197tf No. 100 FOR SALE, on Washington Street, Barre City, on earline. new cottage; 6 rooms and bath; hardwood floors and fin ish : porch, furnace beat, hot and cold water ; electric lights ; cemented cellar ; nice level lot, 60x100 ft., making nice lawn and garden ; no better location in town. Let us show you this property. 197tf No. 108 FOR SALE, 1 mile from Barre postofflce ; 2 acres, cottage and barn ; lots of fruit ; near school ; fine neighborhood ; low price as owner is leaving state. 197tf No. 110 FOR SALE, 126-acre farm; will keep 20 cows and team ; 200 to 800 M. of soft wood timber and any amount of hardwood ; 8 miles to railroad station ; mile to school, 2Vs to creamery and saw-mill; 2 barns, 40x80 and 80x40, basements, and ailo ; 20 stan chions ; good horse barn and chickenhouse ; best of water at house and barns; 14-room bouse; cost more than the present price of farm ; lumber enough on this farm to pay for it. This is a proposition that we will be pleased to show you. 197tf No, 108 FOR SALE, livery stock for sale; a good proposition and is going to be sold ; only livery stable in a good town ; rent cheap, and price of business is right. 197tf JOB SALr. Nice corner building lot, on the Hooker estate property ; tlhis is level and a nice place to start a home. 197tf , FOR SALE 2 fine building lots, fronting on Circle street, Batchelder meadow, near the new big stoneshed just erected ; also near 6 or C other large sheds ; these lots are going to be sold, so get busy if interested. 197tf FOR SALE Lunch room on Main street, Barre City, doing fine business. Owner has got to get outside. Nice warm, paying winter job for someone. 197tf We have other propositions. Call and see us. Rooms anil 10, Hewland-Cave Barre City. Vt. Building, SPECIALS OFFERED BY THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY At thia season of the year we always have a few cases where owners wish to leave, town and are willing to sacrifice their real estate to do so. Below we mention a few: No. 884 FARM, stock and tools at a bar gain, and the owner would consider taking a moderate-priced bouse in part payment. Con tains 100 acres of good land with 40 acres of productive tillage ; lays warm and easy to till : plenty of wood. House is well painted and contains 9 rooms ; horse barn, carriage house and shop ; barn clapboarded and painted, with basement. Stock barn is 86x30 ft. ; tie-ups for 16 cows. , Personal property consists of nine head of stock ; pr. heavy work horses, worth from 1860.00 to 3460.00; 1 driving horse, six years old, 1 three-year-old colt ; 1 two-year-old colt i good ones ; 80 hens and pullets. An extra good lot of tools, waKons, sleds, harrows, etc., hay, grain, etc. Personal property worth in the vicinity of- tl.600.00. Price for all. only 38.500.00. This place is on the main road ; near neighbors, school and only two miles to good town. You wUl buy this if you look it over. . 19stf No. 681 SMALL FARM of 46 acres, only 4v miles from Barre City, en a good road, near schools, etc. Price only 11,600.00, with payment of 8600.00 down. Buy this farm and work in Barre part of the time. 198tt HOUSE with all modem conveniences In ex cellent location; not far from Mathewson school ; 6 nice rooms " wide porch ; cement cellar, and is nearly new. Price is much be low cost and the owner wants an offer; will sell so as to make a fine investment on rental. 198tf Better come in and look over our list; you can save money by purchasing this month. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Rooms 8 and 3, Howland-Cave Bldg. Barre, Vt. Telephone Connection FOR SALE The Mrs. A. C. Shepard place on Montpelier road, just over Barre City line in Berlin ; house and lot ana lour Duiiumg lots, all joined together; good place for ben farm must be aold to close estate. W. r . Hheoard. admr.. Barre. 183tf FOR SALE 100-acre farm 2 miles from th vill.ir. nf Chelsea, on good road: good buildings with never-falling water at house and barn: nice orchard, rields are smootn and cut 40 tons of hay last year; near cream ery and school. Easy terms. Inquire of E. R. Davis. Barre. VL dtf MISCELLANEOUS IT WILL P-AY YOU TO SEE ME about your winter shoes and clothing; men's and women's, boys' and girls' strong shoes ; men's months sniaranteed shoes, black and brown, height 10 inches, price 33.76 postpaid, worth 86 00. Ladies' wiater shoe outfit, consists of nn-i nir shoes and one pair 2-buckle arctics. nrioe 88.10. worth 84.26. Also small sires for boys and girls. I ran supply you with any thing you need. Tell me what you want Cash with order. All goods returned If not satisfactory. Tom Andrew, mail orders, room No. , Averill block, Barre, Vt Phone 460-M. 198t3 Have You Tried Our INTERIOR SPAR VARNISH at $2.00 per Gallon? Try it you will be sur prised to see how good it is. A. V. DECKLE Y Tel. 31-11 46 Main St. FOR SALE TURKEYS Orders for Thanksgiving turkeys taken for delivery on 25th or 26th. Good nice birds. Address S. M. Hood, Wost Tops ham, Vt. 199tl2 FOR - SALE A good all-round bay mare. E. C. Sowdcn, across from Corry, Deavitt A Frost electric plant, Montpelier. 200t6 FOR SALE One Richmond coal range, in good condition. H. J. Orr, Chelsea, Vt., R. F. D. No. 2. Tel. 22-78, Orange County. 2O0t3 FOR SALEOne pair Holstein exen, weigh about 8.000 pounds ; weli matched, fat and handy. R. E. Beard Co., Orange, Vt. ; tel. 897-14. . 198tf FOR SALE Two good cows; also twenty five extra sheep and lambs. Inquire of L. A. Downing.. Pluinfleld, Vt. . 198t FOR SALE One horse : also a few 4-weeks-old pigs and some shoats. A. A. Hall, tel. 479-W. Barre. 19916 FOR SALE 8S-6S Winchester rifle, almost new. Apply at 4 p. m. to D. Henderson, 4 Elmore street, Barre. 19813 "FOR SALE Good home well-cured onions for winter use. Delivered in sny quantity at 1.15 per bushel. Telephone 289-W. 198tf FOR SALE A few extra good Buff Wyan dotte pullets and cockerels ; bred by Boston New York winners. Inquire at 18 Church street after 6 p. m. 197t5 DERRICK STICK FOR SALE A very fine spruce tree; 62 ft. long and 11 in. diameter at top end; located about 2 miles from East Barre. See H. P. Hinman, Barre, Vt, R. F. D. No. I. 196tf, FOR SALE Three Rhode Island Red cock erels, I. W. Bean strain : six months old ; weight, 1 lbs. M. J. Hamel, 106 South Main street. lUtitf FOR SALE A fine lead team years old. weigh 2.600, sound and kind ; a good farm team; will exchange for high-grade Jersey cows. - Inquire by letter of 'Team," care Times office. 192U2 FOR SALE A pair of 8-year-old Holstein steers weighing around 2,800 lbs. ; good work ers and a handy team. Call on J. C. Rob bins, E. Montpelier, or 'phone 882-18. 190t6 CATTLE FOR SALE Four cows and the rest young stock. Apply to W. F. Shepard. 189tf POPULAR LOW PRICES On Men's and Women's Fur Coats POPULAR LOW PRICES On Driving and Farm Harness ' POPULAR LOW PRICES On Blankets and Robes POPULAR LOW PRICES On Everything You Buy at , COLTON'S 84 State Street Montpelier FOR SALE Extracted bees' honey; pure and delicious ; lfie pound net. H. W. Scott, 19 Richardson street. 16Utf FOR SALE Registered Guernsey bull calf from a healthy herd. Irving W. Bates, East Barre, Vt.; N. E. phone 234-13; People's line. 66tf FOR SALE Horses, all sixes and descrip tions. C. E. Willey, Barre. 201tf FOR SALE One Duplex 419-ft. belt-driven air compressor ; first class condition, at a bargain ; also belt. One 66 H. P. electric motor in first-class condition. Both can be aeen at plant of Novell! sV Caleagni. 46ti Chickens for Thanksgiving A LARGE CHICKEN IS FINER ROASTED THAN A TURKEY AND COSTS LESS. If yeo'll order early, wa can please you as te sise and quality. FINE HUBBARD SQUASH AND SWEET PIE PUMPKINS. SUNNYSIDE FARM Tel. 140-1 TO RENT TO RENT Corner South Main and A yens street, a two-tenement bouse with barn, fur nished and unfurnished; 2 pianos; gas and electric light ; bath and all modern improve ments ; a good home for the right parties. 110 South Main street, Barre. Vt. 200t( TO RENT Tenement at V. E. Ayers. 40 Ayers street. 199tS SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT 183 South Main street. Phone 68-W. 19t6 TO RENT Tenement at 84 Railroad street at 311.00; tenement with barn at 86 Railroad street at 813.00. Apply to Geo. A. Reed at city engineer's office, city hall, or at 84 Or ange street. 197tf TO RENT Six-room cottage, corner of Seminary and Brook street; furnace heat. In quire of J. O. Papin. at Papin Bros'. 196t TO RENT Furnished front room; alt mod ern conveniences. 104 Summer street. Mrs. W. C. Mackie. l6tf TO RENT A warm furnished front room; all modern conveniences. Call at 8 Averill street or telephone 316-13. 196tf FOR RENT Old-fashioned, but good, warm and comfortable house, 89.00 per month to good family ; situated on Upland avenue. F. E. Ferrin. tel. 817-4. 198tf TO RENT Down stairs tenement of five rooms. Inquire of Stella Day, 10 Prospect avenue. IVOtr TO RENT Good warm tenement, in good condition, modern improvements ; la not a pleasanter tenement in the city ; stable room if required. E. Carleton, 21 Highland avenue. 188tf TO RENT A 7-room tenement; all modera improvement. For further particulars cad at 1V4 So. Main street; telephone 263-13. 184tf FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT In Miles Granite block. Inquire at room 44, after S p. m. . . . ;-. 149t TO RENT Top floor of. tbe Arcade buUding. suitable for rooming house. Inquire of I. S. Yett, 171 North Main street. 8tf OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT In Aldrieh block. All conveniences. Apply to either of trustees, John Trcw, N. Si. Phelps or Alex. Gordon.. 8tf LOST AND FOUND LOST Bunch of keys. Will finder return to Barre Drug Cc's store t OtS FOUND Pocketbook, which owner can have by proving property and paying for adv. Call at Times office. 198t3 LOST On Main stret, near Averill's hard ware store, a black pocketbook containing a sum of money. Finder please return to The Times office. Reward. 199t8 LOST American Locomotive Company cer tificate No. 26272 for 6 shares of preferred stock in the name of Will A. Whiteomb. All persons are hereby notified to show cause why a new certificate should not forthwith be issued in lieu of the certificate above de scribed. C. B. Denny, Treasurer. 194U8 OIL OIL OIL The very best grades of Cyl inder Oil for afitos and gasoline engines, wholesale and retail. If you have not tried my Oils, come in and get a sample and prices. Bring your can. J. L. Arkley BARRE. VT. 2 MERCHANT 6T. At the Old Stand Formerly Arkley s Livery Duilding and Repairing Attended to promptly by day or contract II. F. JOHNSON h. B. DODGE ourselves." 38 Richardson 8tteet Telesibw- " "