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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1913.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FIIOM DIFFERENT SECTION3 Harlow A. feheldon of bt. Albans, a carpenter, has filed a 'petition in bank' ruptcy with Clerk F. 8. Matt of tlie United States court. He lias liabilities of $375.25 and asset of $12 witli $150 claimed exempt. Wbilo coasting in Burlington "Friday, Helen L'obleign was tnrown ana nroKB f Via vinrlif ..aliiia a hnut UL'fW tnnlina from the wrist, and severely sprained her left arm. cne nas sunerea consiueraDie pmu and can not use either hand. Little Audrey Tettingill, a Newport Center girl, nearly died as the result of drinking from a cup which had con tained washing fluid. The accident hap pened Monday, Dec. 8, and it was due to the fact that only a few drops remained in. the cup that the child's life was wived. She has Buffered exceedingly but is slowly recovering. ' A. M. Glasgow and William McCor mick, who live beyond the Canadian line, were hunting a fox with a couple of hounds, Nov. 20, and crossed the inter national boundary into Alburg, where they were arrested, pleaded guilty and a fine with costs was imposed upon them, which amounted to about $28 each. Hoyt Quimby of Windsor was one of the seven boys from Massachusetts and Vermont, who ranked as corn champions and who were presented diplomas by Secretary Houston of the department of agriculture. There were 75 boys in the delegation. President Wilson's hard cold prevented him from receiving the boys. Work on the "fill" through the islands on the Rutland railroad has ceased and ' the road is now in good shape for rough weather. ' The work train crew has been dismissed and there will be no more work done until spring. Thousands of carloads of great marble blocks have been dumped on both sides of the fill and it seems impossible that there can be another washout such as occurred last spring. - - General Manager I. M. Frost of the Rutland Railway Light & Power com pany has offered . a reward of - $z5 for the arrest and conviction of any per son tampering with the transmission lines, lamps or equipment of the com pany. Big arc lights have been lowered during the night and interference with transmission lines has been going on for some time, Because he talked too much, a deputy sheriff from Port Henry, N. Y..' said to have a warrant for William Grossman, formerly of Shrewsbury, wanted on a larceny charge, misged his man and re turned to New York state empty hand' ed after a midnight trip to Shrewsbury Wednesday. The officer spent some time in Rutland and talked freely of his quest, thus giving Grossman plenty of opportunity to get away. Alden E. Alford died Wednesday at bis home in Caatleton at the age of vs years. He was the oldest resident of the town and was born in Graniteville, N. Y., August 30, 1820. Mr. Alford was in good health during the last years of his life and walked to the village a week before he was confined to his bed by his last illness. During the paBt year he split up his wood pile, took care of a good sized garden, husked 50 bushels of earn and lived alone the greater part of the time. He was an ardent Republican in politics, having cast his vote at every election since he became of age. Mrs. Almira Slater, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. F. II. Stanley, in Essex Junction, was 02 years old Saturday. Mrs. Slater is in very good health, but is quite deaf. She is able to rea'd some without glasses and takes much interest in the newspapers. She is able to go up and downstairs several times a day and does most of the work in her room. Mrs. Slater was one of 13 children of Joel Greeley, a Revolutionary soldier. Mrs. Slater lias two sisters, Mrs. Almeda Britell of Thompson, 111., who will be Dl in January, and Mrs. Laura Hind of Jewell, Iowa, who will be 00 next April. Her husband died 14 years ago. . An unknown man, about 70 years old, and known to be a Civil war veteran by the button which he wore on the lapel of his coat, was found dead behind the kitchen stove in the house of Watson Hicks in Whitingbam, where he spent Thursday night. Since about Thanks giving time he had been in that vicinity and had worked at various places. At Mr. -Hicks' he complained of not feeling in the best of health and refused to leave the kitchen that night. He could talk English and German, but upon his death not a scrap of paper or a cent of money could be found upon his person. Ralph Newton, a Georgia farmer, was tried in St. Albans city court Dec. 11, on the charge of selling short weight butter, but the jury disagreed and the case will be tried again later. It is al leged he delivered what was supposed to be 42 pounds of butter at a St. Albans store, in pound prints, the whole weigh ing actually only 39 pounds, 11 14 ounces. A second short weight butter case is that CASTOR I A Far Ii&ati aai Ckildrea. Tlti Kind You Hava Always lesght Bears tko Kgaatu-e of Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER M, 1911 TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: ) 7.20 A. M. D'1?' "Pt Sunday, ' for Wells River and in termediate stations. 12 :23 P.M. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and intermediate- stations. 2:30 P.M. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 9:30 P. M.T'ly, for Wells River a . and intermediate sta tions. Has through Pullman sleeping car for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m. Don't Wait Take Advantage of a Barre Citi zen's Experience When the back begins to ache ; Don't wait until backache be comes chronic ; Till kidney troubles develop; Till urinary troubles destroy night's rest. Profit by a Barre citizen's ex perience. . , George I. Beckley, Hill and Liberty streets, Barre, Vt., says : I have no, hesitation in recommending Doan's Kidney Pills as a remedy for merit. J used Doan's Kidney Pills for kid rev rnmnlaint and lame and ach' inc back, and thev have done me a world of good. I have been free from the trouble since. cladlv B-ive vou permission to use my former statement." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doans and take no other. , ao-ainst Swift and company,, no repre sentative arwearintr at t'ae session of court, following which a fine of $50 and costs was imposed. Later it was learned that Warren K. Austin naa Deen re tained bv the respondents and the case will be reopened. It is auogeu wai uo . . ii i il i sit one-pound packages ot Diuter aciuany weighed only fi4 pounds, 7 ounces. It was purcnasea irom a ifruuuv we,u- cry. Nine Days to Christmas If You've Been Wise You Can Laugh at the Person Who Has Not Done His Christmas Shopping. ' $100 Reward, $100 The reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that there U at leait on dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all it stages, and that is catarrh. Hail's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh, being a constitutional disease, requires a con stitutional treatmen. Hall's Catarrh Cure is atken internally, acting directly upon the blood and raucous surfaces of the system, disease and riving- the pateint strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that thev offer one hundred dollar for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 76c. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. Electrical Suggestions for Christmas Portable Lamps, latest de signs .$4.00 $10.00 Simplex Quality 'Electric Irons ....$4.00 Simplex Quality Electric Toaster.... 5.00 Simplex Quality Electric Heating Pad 6.50 Ell Grillo for broiling, boil ing and frying ........ 5.00 El Tostovo for toasting and light cooking 3.50 Hot Point Electric Irons . ; 3.50 Pocket Flash Lights, nick- , el-plated ,. $1.25 $2.75 Art Glass Domes for dining room $15.00 $20.00 Electric Showers for the living room . . . .$5.50 $12.00 Electric Fixtures for every room, all prices. Barre Electric Co. 135 North Main St., Wltlock Block, xeiepnon ss-w. For a holiday gift to a gentleman, select a Souvenir box of the celebrated 7-20-. Largest selling brand of 10c Cigars jn the world. FIRE Insurance dates REDUCED Seventeen old reliahl stnrV companies and five mutuals. lake your cnoice. Call and investigate. Any competi tion met in companies that. have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. J. W. DILLON I and 4 Bolster Block Barn, Vt i Dec. 16 1 Winter Cruises The Riviera Italy and Egypt Largest Steamers in the Trade "Adriatic" "Celtic" White Star Line j JANUARY 10 JANUARY 24 . FEBRUARY 21 MARCH T Ask for Booklets Panama Canal West Indies South America Newest Steamers to the Tropics "Laurentic" "Megantic" WHITE STAR LINE E3 JANUARY FEBRUARY 11 MARCH 4 MARCH 14 APRIL 4 18 to 28 Days S145 to. 175 Upw'd WHITE STAR LINE 84 State St., Boston, or Local Agents WHITE STAR LINE lottan Queenstwwa Liverpool ONE CLASS CABIN (II.) SERVICE $62.60 and up according to steamer Cymric. Dee. 28;, Feb. I Arabic ....Jan. IS ; Feb. 28 Cymric sails from New York City Boston Azores Mediterranean Canopic January SI, March 14 LEYLAND LINE Boston Liverpool ( Direct) ONE CLASS CABIN SERVICE (IL) $50 Devonian... Dec. 20 j Wlnif redian. Jan. 10 Bohemian, .. .Jan, 1 Devonian. .. .Jan. 24 OFFICE, 84 STATE ST, BOSTON, . OR LOCAL AGENTS ALLAN LINE BOSTON GLASGOW DERRY ONE-CLASS CABIN SERVICE (II) Rate $45 and UpwardsTwo in Room SCOTIAN....Dec. 24 I NITMIDIAN. . Jan. 22 SICILIAN Jan. 8 FRETORIAN. .Feb. Third Class Rate Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool, $30.25 N. B. BALLARD, Barre H. & A. ALLAN, 90 State St, Boston CUNARD BOSTON SERVICE ANDANIA (New) Carrying Only One Class Cabin (II) and Third Class to IJuienstown Lindon Llverpnl SAILS JAN. 15 Offering Every Attraction of the Modern Liner at Moderate Rates Equipped with Gymnasium Leungs Smoking Room Writing Room Orchestra Cabin (II) S53 75 and up 3d'C!ass $32.50 Drafts on England. Ireland and Scotland Travelers' Checaun Baggage Insurance Apply to Your Local Agents N. B. Ballard, Mil 8. S. Ballard, Lawr block. Barre. Vt. : wreno building, Mont- pelier, VI a V ITTrT STREET L UNIVERSITY PLACE One Block West of Broadway NEW YORK CITY CIossJ to Wholesale and Retail . Dry Goods Districts, Railroad and JStoamship l ines. MODERN ABSOLUTELY FIfnMrROOF 309 Rooms (200 with Bath) RATES tl.00 PER DAY UP Exs client Restaurant and Cafe. Moderate Prices. 1 Mag of Wow iorkCltv. x ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF Real Estate AT Public Auction In ord.;r to settle and cloBe the estate of Henry Campbell, deceased, late of Montpelier, Vt., I will" sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on Saturday, December 20, 19 1 3, at 2 o'clock jn the afternoon, on the premises known as the Henry Campbell properties, located on Cummins strict,, just past the North Branch ice houses; Cummins street leads' off upper Kim street, Montpelier, Vermont. Said properties consist of Two Cottage Houses one of 6 rooms and one of 7 rooms, "be sides pantries and closets; also a good barn and about acre of land with each cottage. Both houses are 'up in good shape, city water and inside toilets, and are rented to good parties. Both barns are clapboarded and painted, and basement under each. These properties are very desirable for stone cutters or anyone who would like to live where they can have a good garden, chickens,, etc. Buy one of these nice little homes and stop paying rent. Speculators and investors will do well to attend this sale. Propertiea must be sold to settle the estate. Remember the date, Decem ber 20, at 2 p. m. Terms at time of sale. GEORGE CAMTBELL, Administrator. q. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. A Card We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50-cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if it fails to euro your cough or cold. We also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory, or money refut ded. Red Cross Pharmacy, Barre Drug Store,' C. H. Kendrick Co. George L. Edaon, W. H. Miles ft Co, E. A. Drown, J. D. McArthur, McAllister Bros., J. A. Cummlng, D. C. Howard, J. W. Parmenter. j JEWELRY j When YOU want a piece of j j Jewelry, come m and see j our splendid display. i 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler I L. JOS Main St, 8ole Agency for "Boston American" in Barre. BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Pianos and organs tuned and renalred. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also manager of The Harris Orchestra Music furnished for any occasion. 10 SPAULDING STREET Phone 121-W EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Pupil of the Famous Sevrik. Vienna Royal High School, and Msrtrsu. Berlin High School TERMS $1.0 PER LESSON Also leader of the Barre Opera House and Montpelier Military Band Orchestras It NELSON ST. PHONE 421-12 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE - -- - .... 342-2 DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Office Hours 1 to 4 P. M. Taesday, Thursday and Saturday Also by Appointment 14 and II Blanchard Building Tel. IS DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offic in Room 35, Miles Building Office hour. ( A. M. to 12 M. and 1 :30 to 4 P. M., Monday, Tuesday, Jhursday and f riday, Telephone Connection Ernest H. Bancroft, M. D. C, Veterinary Phystdan and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, Stl-lS Also the People's Lin 0FFICH AND HOSPITAL, SOCTH BARRK MERCHANT TAILORING Alio Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS 121 North Main Street Barre, Vermont LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre - - Vermont High Class Dressmaking Tailoring a Specialty PRICES VERY REASONABLE MRS. THOS. VENNER 21 ELM STREET M. J. whitcGmb Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, Vt. Telephone ao-i WILLIAMSTOWN, Vt. Telephone 381-a Building and Repairing Attended to promptly by day or contract II. F. JOHNSON It Richardson Street Telephone 77-1 A COMMON COLD if neirlected is often the besrin nine of serious lung troubles. Do not wait until pneumonia de velops, or 'consumption becomes seated. Get a bottle of Downs' Elixir now. Sold everywhere. Business Opportunity An old-established retail monument firm, enjoying a fine trade, having a first class modern equipment, wish to corre spond with a competent man to manage the manufacturing, etc. one who is ex perienced and has already made good. A splendid opportunity for the right man to get an interest in a prosperous business in a live city reaching ft popu lation of half million. Very cheap power available. Address H. J. T., 126 Cornell Drive, Toledo, Ohio. 28tl2 FURS FOR THE HOLIDAYS My line is the finest in Vermont: Muffs, Scarfs, Coats, everything in the fur line. Sale now going on. Fur repairing done quickly. I. STEK0LCHICK RELIABLE FURRIER . 43 State St. Montpelier ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of th fimnita .Saving Bank and Trust Com pany will be held at the banking rooms of said bank in the city oi tiarre, Vermont, rm Mnnriav. January 5. 1814. at 9 o'clock a. m. for the election of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of any other business that may properly come before said meeting. H. G. WOODRUFF, Secretary. Barre, Vermont, December 16. 1818. ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting'of the Granite Mutual Insurance Co. lor election oi Directors ana transaction oi any otner leuai uisiiwi wu be held at their office in the Aldrich block Nortn Main street, city oi uarre, y v.. Tuesday, January 6, at 10 oVlock a. m. By order of the directors, B. G. ROBINSON, Sec'y ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting- of the etockholderi of the People's National Bank of Barre will be held at their banking rooms Tuesday, Jan uary 18, 1KH. at 10 o'clock a. m., tor the election of director lor tne enauing year and the transaction of any other buainess (hat may properly come before aaid meeting, W. C. JOHNSON, Jr., Cashier. Dated Dee. 12, 1918. AUCTION ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Te Cloae the Eitate of Mandana Meader, late of Cabot, I will eell at Public Auction . to the Hiirbeat Bidder, on Tuesday, Dec. 30, at 10 A. M the followinsr described oropertyt Borne Farm ef the late Mandana Meader, situated in the town ef CABOT, 2 Mi mile from Marshfield village on the Molly Brook road, and 8 miles from Cabot village, containing- 100 acres, di vided into tillase, pasturing and woooiana. with a (food sugar orchard oi 1,000 trees, good house, barn, and silo, with running water to Souse and bam. A bo it 10 tons of hay and quantity of barley, LIVE STOCK One yoke of 6-year-old oxen, well matched and good workers : Z cows. 2-year-old heifers, coming in in the spring ; 1 mare 10 years old. weight .1.000 lbs. FARMING TOOLS Ox Cart, lumber wagon, express wagon, buggy wagon, top buggy, sleigh, traverse sleigh, wheelbarrow, cultiva tor, horse hoe, grindstone, chains, cant-dogs, iron bars, forks, shovels, hoes, mowing ma chine, horse rake, harrows, plows, saws. car. center tools, ox sled, traverse sled, DeLaval separator, pair work harnesses, 8 driving harnesses. " SUGAR TOOLS Iron arch, evaporator, holders, tubs, spouts and nails. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Kitchen stove, par. lor stove, ironware, tinware, silverware, crock ery, chairs, settee, couch, center table, mir rors, lamps, stands, carpets, rugs, chamber suites, clocks, sewing machine, bedsteads and springs, 3 feather beds and pillows, bureau bed and bedstead, sideboard, extension table, 1 organ, washing machine, 2 tables and other things too numerous to mention. Sale posi tive. Terms mad known a time of sale. Lunch at noon. O. H. SMITH, Administrator, VERN HUDSON. Auctioneer. Auction Sale OF Farm, Stock, Tools, Crops On account of the continued ill health of my wife, I have decided to sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on the premise where I now live in NORTH WOODBURY, jUHt off the main highway leading from Hardwiek to Woleott and about 3 miles from Hardwick, on Friday, December 1 9 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, the fol lowing described real estate and personal property : My Home Farm consisting of about 185 acres: 30 acres of tillage, 55 acres of pasture, and 100 acres of woodland; good comfortable buildings; 1,000 sugar trees; enough wood to pay for the farm twice; only 3 miles to saw-mill; estimated to be 75,000 feet of soft wood and good fruit orchard. STOCK 9 cows, 1 yearling bull, pr. oxen, 1 calf, 1 hog, 1 3-year-old colt, an extra good one; 1 good work or driving horse. CROPS About 25 tons of good hay, quantity of 'straw. TOOLS AND MACHINERY A new mowing machine, I v ncei harrow, 1 spring tooth harrow, 1 Wood pecker gas engine, cultivator, horse hoe, low-down larm wagon, set sleds, pair work harnesaes, sleigh, drive harnesses, Morrisville drag saw, circular saw, horse rake, new sulky plow, DeLaval cream separator, about 30 cords of 10-in. wood and about 00 cords of wood ready to saw; 2 Grimm evaporators, galvanized draw tub; galvanized storage tank, sugaring-off pan ; about 400 tin sap buckets, about 400 wooden sap buckets. Also all smull tools, such as iron bars, eveners, neck yokes, chains, scythes, snaths, whiflletrees, etc., too numerous to mention. Terms at time of sale. Lunch at noon. Remember the date, Friday, Pec. 10, 1913, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. GEORGE E. ROBBINS, Owner. A. FERRY, Auctioneer. GEO. J. PERKINS, Hardwick Representative Auction Sale AT THE City Auction Market Saturday at 1.30 and 7. P. M. Private sale during tne week. Bring your goods early for this sale. One Roller-Top Desk at private sale 0. H. HALE, S MISCELLANEOUS BECKLEY ft McINTYRE. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF STOCK Will buy cows, calves, or exchange. Also 2 horses for sale; will exchange them for young stock or cows. We solicit your patronage. Call at my farm en the East Hill or telephone 384-22. Bob calves and veal wanted all the time. D. M. Beckley. 214tf NOTICE Bring .or send your beef hides. calf skins and raw furs to S. E. Martin, East Barre. VU, and receive the highest market price. . . 206148 BIDS WANTED For the reflniahing of the interior of the fire station. Specifications can be bad at the office of the water superintendent. All bids must be sealed and in the hands of the chair man of the fire committee on or before Wednesday, Dec 17. Per order W. T. CALDER, J. E. HOB AN, F. W. BANCROFT. Fire Committee. 5rre, Vt. Dec 9, 1918. FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Fonud. For Bale, To Let, etc. short adver tisementsat the rate of .four lines for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOB SALE The Mrs. A. C. Shepard place on Montpelier road, just over Barre City line in Brlin ; house and lot and four building lots, all joined together; good place for hen farm ; must be sold to close estate, W. F. Shepard, admr., Barre. . 13'' FOB SALE Property at 4, end 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 & Holden Co. office. mtf YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY CLOSING FOR ONE OF THESE PROPERTIES BEFORE JANUARY I NO. 698 VILLAGE FARM WITH TIMBER. Exceptionally desirable and a bargain ; esti mated 160,000 feet of good lumber, mostly spruce ; all within about one-half mile from mill, and all down grade ; large 2-etory house all in fine shape ; well painted ; good porch ; lighted by electricity ; the house could not be built for 13,600.00 ; there are 2 good barns ; all roofs good. Farm will keep 12 cows ; cuts SO tons of hay. There are twenty acres of tillage, level and free from stone, very rich, deep soil ; 46 acres of pasture and wood land; small' sugar orchard; plenty of hard wood. Price only $8,200.00 s easy terms. Call at our office and see photo of buildings. 230tf NO. 690 FARM WITH TIMBER: estimated nearly 1,000,000 feet: contains 180 acres and will keep 40 head of stock : large fields and they lay smooth ; deep, rich soil, and the fa mi cut 66 tons of hay last season. Large barn and comfortable house of 1 1 rooms ; is only one-half mile from saw-mill : . 2 miles from good large village and within S miles of one of the beet markets in Vermont. The price of the farm is less than the timber alone is worth. The land lays well and is free from stone, making it inexpensive to operate. , 230tf MODERN HOUSE with hardwood floors, furnace, best of plumbing ; cost the present owner $2,900.00; wilt sell for only $2,100.00. This is the opportunity of a life time. Ex cellent location. 230tf NO. 700 FARM, STOCK AND TOOLS for only $1,200.00; 2 heavy horses, 6 cows, 4 hogs, horse power, drag saw, new set work harnesses, farm wagon, nearly new ; set heavy sleds ; U. S. cream separator ; horse rake, plow .harrow, cultivator, etc. ; 100 acres of land ; good comfortable buildings ; 26 acres in field ; fruit ; 26 acres of growing spruce and 700 cords of wood ready to cut ; will keep 10 cows and team ; house contains 10 rooms ; newly shingled and clapboarded; is on H. F. D., telephone and cream routes ; 1 mile from church; 4'o miles from railroad station. This is a corking good trade. If you act quick enough, you can get this. 230tf THE D. A. PERRT REAL ESTATE AGENCY Rooms 2 and S, Howland-Cave B.'dg. Barre, V t. Telephone Connection SMITH & DASILNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING! NO. 124 FOR SALE, 200-ACRE FARM. 40 acres nice smooth, nearly-level fields, free from stone, best ot soil ; one ox the best lumbermen in the state estimates not las than 8U0 M. of standing timber, nearly 800 M. of spruce, fir and bass-wood, balance of growth birch and maple; only 4 miles to K. K. nd lumber mill : V. mile to school, never- failing spring water, buildings want some repairing ; the farm can be bought lor less than the standing timber la worth ; owner is not in shape to get the timber off. reason for selling. 23Uf NO. 126 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AT $1,600, 100-ACKE J- ARM, 8 miles from good town and lumber mill : comfortable buildings fruit and sugar orchards; 100 M. of soft wood timber, and lota of hard wood ; this property is clear from encumbrance; owner will exchange for - city or town property of equal value; or good equity. Better see us, if roa wish to exchange your city property for a farm. 23 Uf NO. 126 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, FARM, stock, crops, and tools; on account of Door health of owner: 800 acres of land. cuta 76 tons of nay, soft and hard wood timtjer to sell : large 2-etory house, 2 barns and other building ; 19 cows. 12 head of 5vung eattle ; 8 horses, T hogs, (0 to 70 ton of hay ; 10 tons of straw, large amount of ail kinds of farm tools and machinery ; near school. and only 4 M, miles to good railroad town. Price for all. $6,000. Owner will take In exchange good city property worth from $2,000 to $3,000, or small farm. Big chsnce for someone and worth looking after. 231tf NO. 127 FOR SALE. 15 ACRES OF BIRCH AND MAPLE TIMBER, only 8 miles from Barre City; chance to make some good) money, getting out wood. Let us show you how it looks. - 231tf NO. 128 FOR SALE, $750, J-ROOM COT TAGE IN BARRE CITY, in very good shape; electric lights and city water; 10 minutes' walk from business center; first-class neigh borhood. If you wish to reduce the high cost of living, buy this property and stop paying rent. 231U NO. 129 FOR SALE, NEW COTTAGE HOUSE of 6 rooms and bath; built in 1911; finished in hard wood; porch, side and end; hot and cold water ; electric lights ; 8 minutes to business center. Occupied by owner, who wishes to sell or will exchange for a small farm. , 231tf W have many other Dronoaitions in large and small farms, timber tracts and city prop erty. If you have property to sell, you will do well to list it with us. If you wish to purchase, you will do well to aee us. as all business in our line has our prompt atten tion. SMITH A DASHNER Rooms 8 and IS, Howland-Cave BOildlng, Phone 878, Barre City, Vt. ' REAL ESTATE To Be Sold at Once. The Richard Vale house at No. 2j Pat terson St. Inquire of H. G. WOODRUFF, Agent, At Granite Savings Bank ss Trust Company HELP WANTED WANTED A married man to drive team, do barn chores (no milking), and work in and around sawmill and boxshop when not using team: Day 61.60 a day and house rent: steady work the year around for a good and handy man : good recommendation required. Dix J. Camp. P. O. Randolph Center, resi dence E. Randolph, Vt 23HS WANTED To hire man and wife; will give man work on the quarry, and wife to cook in the boardinghouse. Write or telephone to Fletcher Boardinghouse, Woodbury, Ver mont 231t6 WANTED Bright girl for granite manu facturers' office; in application state experi ence, if any, and wages required. Apply by lefter to Granite Manufacturer, care Times office. 229t6 WANTED At once, a girl for general housework: must be capable. Apply to Mrs. H. J. M. Jones, 100 E. State street, Mont pelier, Vt. - 229t6 WANTED Live man a worker to book orders ; permsnent position ; pay all you can earn. Write C. R. Burr ft Co., nurserymen. Manchester, Conn. 229t4 WANTED At once, experienced board saw yer, portable mill. Apply to George May, Marshfield, Vt . 22St MEN WANTED to learn the auto business in our garage and prepare to fill positions driving and repairing. Write at once, stating age. Maine Auto Co. Taylor St. Garau-e. Portland, Me. , 226t62 WANTED At once, a first-class bed setter. Barton ft Hayes, Lane's Circle, Burnham's Meadow. 226tf WANTED Two men for farm work : must be mod milkers; good wages paid. H. H. Martin. Williamatown. Vt 168tl LOST AND FOUND t rtoT a tmiA hrarlt between Giirurre's store in Websterville and East Barre. Finder please return to Gigueres store, weoeterviiie, Vt. rntlN'n A s-old-olated breast cin in the corridors of the Howland building this fore- nnnn Owner can have ssme by calling at The Times offic and proving same and paying for ad. 230 FOR SALE FOR SALE One heavy express sleigh, 7-ft. body; also 1 buck board ; exceptional bargain; price, $12.00 each., E. G. Robertson, Thomaa street, tel. 804-8. 231t2 FOR SALE Good will in the butchering business of the late Robert Fenwick, estab lished 26 years ; practically no competition in this vicinity. For particulars inquire of Mrs. E. M. Fenwick, R. F. D. No. 2, Barre. Vu 281t3 FOR SALE 8x7 plate camera wiuh holdens and carying case. AIbo one of Edison's lat est talknig machines, plays both 2 and 4-min-ute ercords. A large number of records. All in first-class condition, at a bargain. Mrs. Ben C. Howard, 8 Maple Grove, Barre. Tel. 164-W. 280tf FOR SALE Six heavy shoats ; also I two-year-old Jersey bull, full blood, solid color, squirrel gray, clever, broke to ahrness. W. H. Stewart, Barre, Vt., route No. 8; tel. 894-12. 230t6 FOR SALE Nine shoats, five months old, weight about 100 pounds. . D. C. Roben, East Hill; 'phone -80S-W., 228t6 FOR SALE A 12-ft iron arch with evap orator and heater ; also a sugaring-off arch and 600 tin buckets. Cheap if sold at once. E. Gooley. Beckley Hill. . 229t6 THE COZY-CORNER SLEIGH Very low gear, seat just wide enough for two, Vermont shifting shafts, a dandy light, nobby one. n u $35.00 COLTON 84 State Street MONTPELIER THE SOFA SLEIGH Made especially for my trade; ver( low down; extra wide, roomy seat: Vermont shifting shafts; extra good trimming and finish, n it I! it $45.00 COLTON . 84 State Street MONTPELIER FOR SALE Bowling alleys and pool room for sale Two alleys, two pool tables, counter showcase and stove and all the fixtures. The only alleys in town. Selling on account of health. I have owned the alleys four years. Want to sell before Jan. 1, and price is ftWO. Rent, $6 a week. The busiest point in Ver mont. Good for 8300 state fair week. C. F. Church, White River Junction. 228tf FOR SALE I have decided to offer for sals my 1918 Cadillac touring car. It has full factory equipment, with engine tire pump, tires in fine condition; has been run only 4,600 miles. This car looks like new and is as good as new. Offered at a bargain price and can be bought with deposit and will hold until April 1. B. A. Eastman. 223tf FOR SALE White Wyandotte pullets and yearling hens. W. H. Eager, 6 Hooker ave nue. 226tl ROLLER TO." DESK, Packard cottage or gan, a good drop head sewing machine; pri vate sale only. Tel. 264-M. 220 North Main street, O. H. Hale, auctioneer. , 219tl FOR SALE Loose hay. v E. Carlton, 21 Highland avenue. Telephone 441-11. 218U FOH SALE Heavy draft team, weigh 8,000 lbs. Inquire at Baltimore Lunch, or tel. 418-12. 216U FOR SALE A pair of work horses, weigh ing 2,800 pounds. Call 267-W, N. E. 'phone. 204tt FOR SALE Horses, all sisea and descrip tion. C. E. Willey. Barre. 201tl FOR SALE One Duplex 419-ft belt-drives air csmpressor; first class condition, at bargain; also belt. One 60 H. P. eleetrw motor in first-class condition. Both can bi seen at plant of Novel li sV Calcagni. 450 FOR SALE A LADY'S FUR COAT Been worn but a few; times. This Coat is fine color, good size; and all perfect in every way. Will eell for about half price. MRS. A. W. ALLEN SUNNYSIDE TARM ' ' TEL., 146-1 28-in. Circular Saw, Guaranteed And that means a new saw to you if this one goes"wrong Only $21.50 Also extra larve lize tank heater, will keep fire all day. SUNNYSIDE FARM TELEPHONE 140-1 TO RENT ROOMS TO RENT Furnished ; for gen. tlemen ; on minute from postoffice. C. Q Harris, 10 Spaulding street. 282U ROOMS TO RENT 141 Washington street. all modem conveniences. 281t6 FOR RENT $10 per month, house of 7 ol rooms; barn for cow and home: ( or j acres of land; at Kimball Corner, in Orange shout a mile from the stone-sheds at Eaai Barre ; grand chance for a stone cutter. In quire Smith ft Dashner, Howlsnd-Cave Build ing, Barre, Vt. 28 It! TENEMENT TO RENT Five room: U small family; spring and cistern water. Ai ply 67 Merchant street. Miss Mary L. Bosi worth. 2291b' TO RENT Desirable tenement of 4 room! with pantry and bathroom and modern corv venlences ; newly papsred and painted ; rent, $10; at 67 Ayer street. Inquire at 66 Ayrrt tract 2290 TENEMENT TO RENT Warm and pleas, ant 6-room tenement ; electric lights, bath hot water connections. Inquire of F. D Beckley, 'phone 62-1. 228U TO RENT Warm furnished room, with oi without board. C. H. Kenerson, 20 Churc) street- 228t FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Electrii lights, furnace heat Mrs. Mason Page. 91 Elm street . 227UI FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT at SI Keith avenue. All modern conveniences. 221tl TO RENT Five-room tenement at 84 Rail road street; also horse stall at 27 Brooklyl street Inquire of Geo. A. Reed, city engi neer's office. City Hall, or at 84 Orangi street 216t: FOR RENT Cottage house on East strew extension, of 6 rooms, besides 2 halls, batl room, wash room, pantry, closets, outaidi sleeping porch and piassas, hardwood finisl and floors ; furnace heat hot and cold water gas, electric lights, henhouse and good gar den ; rent $20.00, or will sell on easy terms H. A. Phelps Company. 2166 FOR RENT 8-room tenement. Brand street, $12.t. 216U FOR RENT (-room tenement, Brand street, $10.00. 216U FOR SALE or exchange for real estate, oni 6-cylinder Mitchell automobile. 216t' Telephone 314-2 H. A. PHELPS COMPAN1 TO RENT A good six-room tenement wit! bath at 17 Highland avenue. Inquire of 8. H Barnes. 214t FIVE-ROOM TENEMENT with furnace electric lights and gas, on Keith avenue, sv $12.00. Inquire 228t RouiNsoN a McAllister Aldrich Block TO RENT Good warm tenement of all rooms on Richardson road, near. Jones Bros shed; also garage at 26 Maple avenue. In quire of Canton Bros. 209t TO RENT Good warm tenement In goo condition, modern improvements ; is not I ploasanter tenement in the city: stable-soon if required. E. Carleton, 21 Highland avenue 18t: OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT la Aldriol block. All conveniences. Apply to either a trustees. John Truw. N. D. P helps or Alex Gordon. t8 CARRIAGE PAINTERS' SUPPLIES Colors in Japan; Brushes, Beckwith & Chandler Varnishes Color Rubbing, Durable Coach; Quick Rubbing, Heavy Gears Willey's Elasticgloss ; Willey'i Auto-Finishing Varnish. For sale by A. V. BECKLEY, f 1 oi , leu - 46 Main St