THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913.
ABOUT THE STATE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM
Col. Alexander Hawes, aged 81 years,
nd a native of Barnet; died Saturday
in Honolulu. He was a resident of Kan
Preparations are about completed for
a whirlwind canvass to raise f20,000 by
the Congregational church of Brattle
boro, its purpose being to buy the so
called Goodhue property and improve
the church plant.
Clarence Sloan of Moretown, serving
a sentence of from six months to one
year at the house of correction for bur
glary, has been pardoned by Governor
Fletcher. Sloan had just completed the
William O'Rourke met with an ac
cident Tuesday, Dec. 0, whiie chopping
wood. A tree fell on him and it was
necessary to cut away a limb before he
could be extricated. It was found that
three ribs were broken and that he had
received bruises on his back and should
Mrs. Byron Dickinson left Enosburg
Falls Saturday morning for her former
home in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson
were married about two months ago,
Mrs. Dickinson was disappointed in Ver
mont and, being used to living in a city,
decided she would return to her former
home. By mutual agreement between
Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson the latter re
turned to Ohio. .
By the prompt and effective use of
a stomach pump the life of William
Hulbcrt, aged 35, a shoemaker or W ater
bury, was saved Sunday afternoon. It
is said he bought 10 tablets of morphine
and took seven. After the pump had
been used, friends kept the man on his
feet until 2 o'clock in the morning, un
til the effects of the poison wore away.
' The 20 men who have been employed
several months in drawing out the logs
at the International Paper company
at Bellows Falls have been discharged,
the company keeping only 12 men for
the winter in the yard at North Walpole
for loading cars to be brought to the
v Vermont side of the Connecticut river.
The last of the drive was abandoned
last week on account of the river freez
ing, but only a few logs were left.
Jens Christiansen was sentenced at
Brattleboro Monday morning to not
more than seven months nor less than
six months in the house of correction
for assault on his wife Sunday at their
home in Guilford. He had been home
from the Bame institution just six weeks,
having been sentenced by Judge William
R. Daley of the municipal court on Oc
tober 12, 1912, to not less than 13
months for a similar offense. At the
expiration ) of his minimum sentence,
with time for good behavior deducted, ha
was paroled by Gov. Fletcher.
Thomas M. Deal, formerly of St. Al
bans, died at his home in Covington,
N. Y., Tuesday. Mr. Deal was born in
Champlain, N. Y., 65 years ago and in
early life came to St. Albans to enter
the employ of the Central Vermont rail
way, first in the car shops and later as
sleeping . and passenger car conductor.
He was for a time superintendent of
the Missisquoi Valley branch of the Cen
tral Vermont, and for several years pre
vious to his going to Fort Covington he
. was manager of the Franklin County
Creamery association. At the time of
bis death he was United States immigra
tion omcer at tort uovington. Mr. ileal,
flurlno- Ilia voatrlenPA In Wrmnnt. U'OB a
prominent Republican and held many
offices. He represented St. Albans in
the state legislature and was also a
senator from Franklin county.
Educational Butter Scoring at the State
During 1914 the extension service of
the state university plans to do educa
tional butter scoring tor Vermont dairy
men and ereamerymen, in much the
same war that similar work has so suc
cessfully been done in New York, Penn
sylvania, Wisconsin, linnesota and oth
er states. It is believed that here as
it- 1. Ml 1 I 1 l, . J
mere it win ueip marKeuiy to grade up
; the quality of dairy products.
Torn times vearlv ahtnmenta will Ha
made to the extension service headquar
ters at Burlington by such dairymen and
ereamerymen as desire to take advan
tage of the opportunity. Directors will
be sent in the near future to all cream
eries and to such dairymen as apply for
them. These shipments preferably five
pound packages will be carefully
judged and scored by a competent board
consisting of Orrin Bent, for fifteen
years the official scorer of the Vermont
dairyman's association, H. W. Larsen,
the U. S. government creamery expert
now assigned for Vermont service, A. A.
Borland, professor of dairy husbandry at
the state university and L. W. Ayers,
state creamery inspector. Each ship-
xment will be tested for its moisture and
its salt contents Each shipper will re
ceive each time:
1. A clear statement as to the scor
ing, and the reason and failing to score
, perfect in any respect, together with
such suggestions as seem pertinent as
to his procedure.
. 2. A statement of the water and saK
contents of the butter.
, 3. The proceeds in full of the sale of
CASTOR I A
Far Lrfuatt ani Ckildrea.
Tha Kind You Have Always Bcsght
Montpelier & Wells
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 29, ISIS
TRAINS LEAVE BARRE:
7.20 A. M. Daily, except Sunday,
for Wells River and in
12:25 P. M.r)"'1?. except Sunday,
for Wells River and in
2:30 P. M. Raily, except Sunday,
for Wells River and in
9:30 P. M.I!y, tor Wet's River
and intermediate sta
tions. Has through
l'tiUman sleeping ear
for Boston, arriving at
7:30 a. m.
his butterfi less only the carriage charges.
No prizes will be offered. It is not the
object of the work to praise or throw
bouquets, but to criticise freely and
frankly, all with a view of bettering the
product.. No contest, no exhibition, no
publication of score is contemplated
at any. rate at present; simply educa
tional work tending to improve the
quality of Vermont butter.
Parties interested should write Thom
as Braileo, director state extension serv
ice, Burlington, Vermont.
Double Cross Tuberculosis.
A Wisconsin tuberculosis enthusiast
suggests a new fraternity, to be called
the Order of the Double Cross, with the
motto: "Give the double cross, the red
double cross, to tuberculosis." Member
ship dues should consist of a dollar'
worth of Red Cross seals. A number of
Milwaukee men have pledged themselves
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there la at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Hall a
Catarrh' Cure is the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh,
belnr a constitutional disease, reauires m con
stitutional treatmen. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
at ken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system,
disease and giving the pateint strength by
building- up the constitution and assisting
nature in do! nit its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative powers
that they offer one hundred dollars for any
ease that it fails to cure. . Send for ilst
of testimonials. '
Address F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
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 premises where I now live in NORTH
WOODBURY, just off the main highway
leading from Hardwick to Wolcott 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
My Home Farm
consisting of about -185 acres; 30 acres
of tillage, 55 acres of pasture, and 100
acres of woodland; good comfortable
buildings; lj()00 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
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
CROPS About 25 tons of good hay,
quantity of straw.
TOOLS AND MACHINERY A
iw mowing machine, 1 ' wheel
harrow, 1 spring tooth harrow, 1 Wood
pecker gas engine, cultivator, horse hoe,
low-down farm wagon, set sleds, pair
work harnesses, sleigh, drive harnesses,
Morrisville drag saw, circular saw, horse
rake, new sulky plow, DeLaval cream
separator, about 30 cords of 16-in. wood
and about 60 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 small tools, such as iron bars,
eveners, neck yokes, chains, scythes,
snaths, whilllctrees, etc., too numerous
to mention. Terms at time of sale.
Lunch at noon. Remember the date,
Friday, Dec. 19, 1913, at 10 o'clock in
GEORGE E. ROBBINS, Owner.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer.
GEO. J. PERKINS, Hardwick
City Auction Market
Saturday at 1.30 and 7. P. M.
Private sale during the week.
Bring your goods early for this
sale. One Roller-Top Desk at
0, H. HALE. iEfisSH
Vnr Vi i-il i ; i o tt ..iff t (TontlAman
select a Souvenir box of the celebrated
7-20-4. Lartwat npllino- brand of 10c
Cigara jn the world.
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
I and Bolster Block Barre Vt
in the Trade
White Star Line
to the Tropics
WHITE STAR LINE
( FEBRUARY 11
18 to 28 Days
$145 to S 175 Upw'd
Ask for booklets
WHITE STAB LINE
S4 State 8t., Boston, or Local Asents
WHITE STAR LINE
Bostan Qnecnstawn Liverpool
ONE CLASS CABIN (II.) SERVICE
162.00 and up according to steamer
Cymric ..Dec 20; Feb. S
Arabic Jan. 13 s Feb. 28
Cymric sails from New York City
Boston Azor e s Mediterranean
Canopic .January 81, March 14
Boston Liverpool (Direct)
ONE CLASS CABIN SERVICE (ID 150
Devonian . . . Dec 20
iO I Winifredlan. Jan. 10
8 Devonian.. . .Jan. 24
OFFICE, 64 STATE ST., BOSTON,
OR LOCAL AGENTS
ONE-CLASS CABIN SERVICE (II)
Rate $45 and Upwards Two in Room
SICILIAN Jan. 8
NUMIDIAN. .Jan. 22
PRETORIAN. .Feb. t
Third Class Rate
Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool, $30.25
N. B. BALLARD, Barre
H. & A. ALLAN, 90 State St., Boston
Carrying Only One Class Cabin (II)
and Third Class to
Queenstown Ltndon Liverpsal
SAILS JAN. 15
O (ferine Every Attraction of the
Modern Ltner at Moderate Rates
Gymnasium Lounge Smoking Room
Writing Rossi Orchestra
Cabin (IDX53 75 and up-3d'C!js ,32.50
Drafts en England, Ireland and Scotland
Travelers' Checques Baggsge Insurance
Apply to Your Local Agents
N. B. Ballard. Miles block. Bane, Vt ;
8. 8. Ballard. Lawrence building. Mont
V TrrnrsTRrrT a. 'I I
lTTflF STREET &
One Block West ct Broadway .
NEW YORK CITY
JTlOiH to Wholesale sitd Retail
Drf Goods Districts, Railroad and .
MODFRM ABSOLl TELY FOrSPROOF
309 Rooms (200 with Bath)
RATES fl.OO PER DAY UP
Excellent Restaurant and Cue.
S4 for free IHestrsted Oeldeajut
nap ( new gorsvur.
In ord?r to settle and close the estate
of Henry Campbell, deceased, late of
Montpelier, Vt., I will noil at public
auction to the highest bidder, on
Saturday, December 20, 1 9 1 3,
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, on the
premises known t-a the Henry Campbell
properties, located on Cummins street,
just past the North Branch ice houses;
Cummins Btrect leads off upper Elm
street, Montpelier, Vermont.
Said propertiea 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 y4 acre of land with
eacn cottage, isotn nouses are up in
pood shape, city water and inside toilets,
and are rented to good parties. Both
barns are clapboarded and painted, and
basement under each. These propertiea
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 wdl do well to attend this
ale. Propertiea must be sold to settle
the estate. Remember the date., Decem
ber 20, at 2 p. m. Terms at time of sale.
GEORGE CAMPBELL, Administrator. I
C F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.
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 cdre your cough or cold. We
also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove
satisfactory, or money refunded.
Red Cross Pharmacy, Barre .Drug Store,
C. H. Kendrick A Co.
Geo nts L. Edson.
W. H. Miles & Co..
D. C. Howard.
E. A. Drown,
3. D. McArthur,
J. A. Curaming,
J. W. Farmenter.
When YOU want a piece of
Jewelry, come in and see
our splendid display.
1 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler J
!290 Main St., Sole Agency for j
"Boston American" In Barre. J
CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS
tt. . A am fan ns.il aad MH.lail
Satisfaction ia ran teed. Alto manager of
The Harris Orchestra
Music furnished for any occasion.
10 SPAULDING STEEET Phone 121-W
EDWIN W. BRUCE
VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER
PnplI of the Famous Bevel k.
Vienna Royal High School, and
Marteaa, Berlin High School
TERMS 11.(0 PEE LESSON
Also leader of the Barre Opera House and
Montpelier Military Band Orchestras
25 NELSON ST.
Music for all occasions
Latest and most popular
TELEPHONE - - - 342-21
DR. G. L. T. HAYES
Medical and Surgical Diseases
Peculiar to Women
Office Bears 1 te 4 P. M.
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday
Also by Appointment
14 and It Blanchard Building TeL IJ
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
Office in Room 35, Miles Building
Office noun, 9 A. M. te 12 M. and 1 :S0 to 4
P. M Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday,
Ernest II. Bancroft, M. D. C.
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Graduate Chicago Veterinary College
N. E. Telephone, St 1-1 J
Also the People's Line
OFFICK AND HOSPITAL, SOCTH BASKS
Also Cleaning, Press
ing and Repairing
MOORE & OWENS
121 North Main Street Barre, Vermont
Barre - - Vermont
High Class Dressmaking
Tailoring a Specialty
PRICES VERY REASONABLE
MRS. THOS. VENNER
M. J. WHITCOMB
Calls answered promptly day or night.
An up-to-date Ambulance in connection.
EAST BARRE, Vt. Telephone aan-i
WILLIAMSTOWN, Vt. Telephone 381-a
Building and Repairing
Attended to promptly by day or
II. F. JOHNSON
10 Richardson Street Telephone 77-2
A COMMON COLD
if neglected i3 often the begin
ning of serious lung troubles.
Do not wait until pneumonia de
velops, or consumption becomes
seated. Get a bottle of Downs'
Elixir now. Sold everywhere.
An old-established retail monument
f 'm, 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 a popu
lation of half million. Very cheap power
Address II. J. T., 26 Cornell Drive,
Toledo, Ohio. suz
FURS FOR THE
My line is the finest in
Vermont: Muffs, Scarfs,
Coats, everything- in the
fur line. Sale now going
on. rur repairing" done
43 State St. Montpelier
The annual meeting- of the stockholders of
the Granite Savings Bank and Trust Com
pany, will be held at the banking rooms of
said bank in the city of Barre, Vermont,
on Monday. January 5. 1914. at 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
' H. G. WOODRUFF, Secretary.
Barre, Vermont, December 15, 1913.
The annual meeting of the Granite Mutual
Insurance Co. for election, of directors and
transaction or any otner legal business win
be held at their office in the AlUrich block.
North Main street, city of Barre, Vt., on
Tuesday. January 6. at 10 o clock a. m.
By order of the directors,
R. G. ROBINSON, Soc'y.
The annual meeting- of the stockholders of
the People's National Bank of Barre will be
held at their banking rooms lues day. Jan
uary 13, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
election of directors for the ensuinir rear
and the transaction of anr other business
that may properly come before said meeting,
W. C. JOHNSON, Jr., Cashier.
Dated Dee. 12, Mi.
As there were a few articles not dis
posed of at the recent sale of the bank
rupt stock of L. A. Averill, I will sell
at public auction
Saturday, Dec. 20,
at 2 p. m. at the office of S. Hollister
Jackson, Jackson block, the following;
One set Fairbanks platform scales, 4
iron pulleys, 3 hangers, lot of poultry
and stock food, 25 shares of Cobble Hill
Creamery stock; balance of unpaid book
The above will be sold for cash with
out reesrve to the highest bidder.
V. E. AYERS, Trustee.
Dr. C. F. Camp, 4(5 Washington street,
will sell at public auction
SATURDAY, DEC. 20, 1913
at 1 o'clock p. m., the following articles:
Chamber suites, mattresses, feather beds,
dressers, bureaus, chairs, tables, dishes,
stoves, heaters, and antiques and nu
merous other articles.
Dan A. Perry, Auctioneer
ESTATE OF SARAH A. MOWER.
State of Vermont, District of Washington, ss.
The Honorable Probate Court for the Dis
To all persons interested In the estate of
Sarah A. Mower, late of the city of Barre,
in said district, deceased, GREKTING:
WHEREAS, said court has assinnrd the
SOth day of December next for examining and
allowing; the account of the executor of the
estate of said deceased and for a decree of
the residue of said estate to the lawful
claimants of the same, and ordered that pub
lie notice thereof be (riven to all Dersons
interested in said estate by publishing this
order three weeks successively previous to the
day assigned in the Barre Daily Times, a
newspaper published at the city of Barre in
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in
said district, en the day assigned, then and
there to contest the allowance of said account
if you see cause, and to establish your right
as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to
Given under my hand, this 3d day of
December, 1913. .
JKA.NK J. MAKTIN. judge.
Portable Lamps, latest de
signs $4.00 $10.00
Simplex Quality Electric
Irons , ..$4.00
Simplex Quality Electric
Simplex Quality Electric
Heating Tad ; 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 $1.23 $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.
Us North Main St., Wllock Block,
WANTED Position in office or store as
bookkeeper or clerk ; would take general office
work ; good penman ; used to collections. Ap
ply "G. M.," Times office. 233t6
WANTED Place at housework by capable
woman with quiet boy 10 years old ; farm
preferred. Address B. S. Ladeau, Barre, Vt.
WANTED Four table boarders; also fur
nished front room to rent Inquire 60 Orange
street; telephone 386-6. 232tf
FOUR LINES FOR 25c
The Times will publish Wants, Lost and
Fonud. For Sale, To Let. etc. ehort adver
tbipmant. nt th rat,, nf four lines for twen-
ty-flve cents for the first insertion and Ave
cents for each subsequent Insertion,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE Ths Mrs. A. C. Shepard place
on Montpelier road, just over Barre City line
in Berlin; 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. 183tf
FOR SALE Property at 4, 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 & Holden Co. office. 193tf
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY CLOSING
FOR ONE OF THESE PROPERTIES
BEFORE JANUARY i
NO. 898 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-story house
all in fine shape; well painted; good porch;
lighted by electricity; the house could not be
built for $3,500.00; there are 2 good barns;
all roofs good. Farm will keep 12 cows :
cuts 80 tons of hay. There are twenty acres
of tillage, level and free from stone, very
ricn, deep sou ; so acres of pasture and wood
land ; small sugar orchard ; plenty of hard
wood. Price only S3.200.00 : easy terms. Call
at our office and see photo of buildings. 230tf
NO. 690 FARM WITH TIMBER : estimated
nearly 1,000,000 feet; contains 10 acres and
will keep 40 head of stock ; large fields and
they lay smooth ; deep, rich soil, and the
farm cut (6 tons of hay last season. Large
barn and eomfortabte house of 11 rooms; is
only ose-half mile from saw-mill ; 2 miles
from good large village and within S milt
of one of the best 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. . t 230tf
MODERN HOUSE with hsrdwnod floors.
furnace, best of plumbing ; cost the present
owner 12,900.00; will sell for only $2,100.00.
This la the opportunity of s 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 r set ht-ftvy
sleds ; U. 8. cream separator ; horse rake.
plow .harrow, cultivator, etc. ; 100 acres of
land ; good comfortable buildings ; 25 acres in
field ; fruit ; 26 acres of growing spruce and
700 oords of wood ready to cut: will keep 10
cows and team ; house contains 10 rooms ;
newly shingled and ciaoboarded : is on R. F.
D., telephone and cream routes; 1 mile from
churoh ; 4U, miles from railroad station. This
is a corking good trade, if you act Quick
enough, you can get this. 230tf
THE D. A. PEHRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Rooms I and 1. Ilowland-Cara Bids.
Barre, Vt. Telephone Connection
SMITH & DASHNER
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE
NO. 124 FOR SALE. 200-ACRE FARM.
40 acres nice smooth, nearly-level fields, free
from stone, best or soil : one of the beet
lumbermen in the state estimates not less
than D'lO M. of standing timber, nearly 300 M.
of spruce, fir and baas-wood, balance of
growth birch and maple; only 4 miles to R. It
and lumber mill ; yx mile to school, never
failing spring water, buildings want some
repairing; the farm can be bought for less
than the standing timber is worth ; owner is
not in shape to get the timber off, reason
for selling. 281 tf
NO. 126 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AT
$1,V0, 100-AC'RE FARM, 3 miles from good
town and lumber mill ; comfortable buildings,
fruit and sugar orchards : 100 M. of soft
wood timber, and lots of hard wood; this
property ia clear from encumbrance ; owner
will exchange for city or town property of
equal value ; or good equity. Better see us,
if you wish to exchange your city property
for a farm. 231tf
NO. 126 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FARM, stock, crops, and tools ; on account
of poor health of owner; 300 acres of land,
cuts 76 tons of hay, soft and hard wood
timber to sell ; large 2-story house, 2 barns and
other buildings ; Id cows. 12 head of young
cattle ; 8 horses, 7 hogs, 60 to 70 tons of hay ;
10 tons of straw, large amount of all kinds
of farm tools and machinery ; near school,
and only 4. miles to good railroad town.
Price lor all, $6,000. Owner will take in
exchange good city property worth from
$2,000 to $8,000, or small farm. Big chance
for someone and worth looking after. 281tf
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
NO. 128 FOR 8 ALE, $760. 7-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
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
We have many other propositions in large
and smnll 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 wilt do well to see us, as all
business in our line has our prompt atten
tion. SMITH & DASHNER
Rooms 8 and 10, Hewland-Cave Building,
Phene 370, Barre City, Vt,
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 A Trust Company
WANTED A married man to drive team.
do barn chores (no milking), and work in and
around sawmill and boxshop when not using
team; pay $1.60 a day and house rent:
steady work ths year around for a good and
handy man ; good recommendation required.
Dlx J. Camp, P. O. Randolph Center, resi
dence E. Randolph, Vt. 232tH
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. 28 U6
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 Timee
WANTED At once, a girl for general
housework ; must be capable. Apply to Mrs.
H. J. H. Jones, 100 E. State street, Mont
pelier, Vt. 22t6
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. Garage,
Portland. Me. 226to2
WANTED Two men for farm work : must
be good milkers ; good wages paid. - H. H.
Martin, Wuliamstown, Vt. 163tf
Colors in Japan; Brushes;
Beckwith & Chandler Varnishes ;
Color Rubbing, Durable Coach;
Quick Rubbing, Heavy Gear;
Willey's Elasticgloss ; Willey's
Auto Finishing Varnish.
For sale by
A. V. BECKLEY,
Tel. 31-11 46 Main St.
Cnp cn i' i t . i.... ; I - t,.
rf German canaries; fine singers. If you
wish to make a nice Christmas present, call
3a8-ll for prices. Mrs. Geo. E. C. Wheaton.
FOR SALE A fresh grade Jersey cow,
good one. N. D. Blanchard, Camp street,
'phone 186-11. 283t8
. FOR SALE Second-hand sleigh ; cheap and
good. E. O. Holmes, jeweler. J32tf
FOR SALE 6 Jersey cows, solid color, S to
8 years old, some fresh and all will be soon ;
also other kinds of fresh cows. B. F. Davis,
Trow Hill, telephone 315-W. 283tS
FOR SALE-- 5x7 plate camera with holders
and carying case. Also one of Edison's lau
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 Muple Grove, Barre. Tel.
FOR 8ALE8ix heavy sheafs ; also I two-year-old
Jersey bull, full blood, solid color,
squirrel gray, clever, broke to ahrnese. W. H.
Stewart, Barre, Vt, route No. 3; tel. 894-12.
WE ARE NOW READY to supply the publle
with Christmas trees and holly; also trim
mings. 199 North Main street; telephone
269-W, or 466-11. 2SSt
FOR SALE Good will in the butcherin
busineas of the late Robert Fenwick, estab
lished 25 years; practically no competition
In this vicinity. For particulars inquire of
Mrs. E. M. Fenwick, R. F. D. No. 2, Barre,
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, Beekley Hill. 2m6
THE COZY-CORNER SLEIGH
Very low gear, seat Just wide enough
for two, Vermont shifting shafts,
dandy light, nobby one. :t H
COLTON 84 State Street'
THE SOFA SLEIGH
Made especislly for my trade; very
low down: extra wide, roemy seat:
' i Vermont shifting shafts; extra good
'trimming and tnish. :i st :t st
84 State Street
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 ia $M0O.
Rent, $6 a week. The busiest point in Ver
mont. Good for $300 state fair week. C. F.
Church, White River Junction. 228tf
FOR SALE I have decided to offer for sala
my 1913 Cadillac touring car. It has full
factory equipment, with engine tire pump,
tires In fine condition; has been run only
4.500 miles. This car looks like new and is
ss good as new. Offered at a bargain price
and can be bought with a deposit and will
hold until April 1. B. A. Eastman. 22Stf
ROLLEF. TO.' DESK, Packard cottage or
gan, a good drop head sewing machine ; pri
vate sale only. Tel. 254-M. 220 North Main
street, O. H. Hale, auctioneer. 219tf
FOR SALE Loose hay. E. Carlton, 21
Highland avenue. Telephone 441-11. 218tf
FOH SALE Heavy draft team, weigh 8,000
lbs. Inquire at Baltimore Lunch, or tel.
FOR SALE A pair of work hones, weigh
ing 2,800 pounds. Call 267-W. N. E. "phone.
FOR SALE Horses, all sizes and descrip
tions. C. E. Willey, Barre. 20 Uf
FOR SALE One Duplex 419-ft. belt-driven
air compressor; first class condition, at a
bargain : also belt. One 60 H. P. eleetrta
motor in first-class condition. Both eaa be
seen at plant of Novell! 4V CalcagnL , 45ti
SOFT ROASTERS We make a special
ty of fine table birds. A pullet is
a little more tender and delicate
than any other bird. We have them
from 3V3 to 6 lbs.
12-ROOM HOUSE with barn on River street
for the winter at $12.00. 233tf
TO RENT First-class tenement, ready Jan.
1. Apply to Dr. O. G. Stickney, 80 Washing
ton street. . 232tf
ROOMS TO RENT Furnished : for' gen
tlemen ; one minute from postonHce. C. G.
Harris, 10 Spaulding street. 232U
ROOMS TO RENT 141 Washington street:
all modern conveniences. 23U6
FOR RENT $10 per month, bouse of 7 or
8 rooms ; barn for cow and horse : 6 or 6
acres of land ; at Kimball Corner, in Orange. '
about a mile from the stone-sheds at East
Barre ; grand chance for a stone cutter. In
quire Smith & Dashner, Howland-Cave Build
ing, Barre, Vt. 23ltf
TENEMENT TO RENT Five rooms; to
small family ; spring and cistern water. Ap
ply 67 Merchant street, Misa Mary L. Bos
TO RENT Desirable tenement of 4 rooms
with pantry and bathroom and modern con
veniences ; newly papwed and painted ; rent,
$10; at 67 Ayers street. Inquire at 66 Ayers
TO RENT Warm furnished room, with r
without board. C. H. Kenerson, 20 Church
FURNISHED ROOM3 TO RENT Electric
lights, furnace heat. Mrs. Mason Page, 90
Elm street. 227UJ
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT at $6
Keith avenue. All modern conveniences.
TO RENT Five-room tenement at 84 Rail
road street; also horse stall at 27 Brooklyn
street. Inquire of Geo. A. Reed, city engi
neer's office. City Hall, or at 34 Orange
FOR RENT Cottage house on East street
extension, of 6 rooms, besides 2 halls, bath
room, wash room, pantry, closets, outside
sleeDinir porch and piazzas, hardwood nnba
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. 216tf
FOR RENT e-room tenement. Branch
street, $12.(10. 216tf
FOR RENT 4-room tenement. Branch
street, $10.00. 16tf
FOR SALE nr exchange foe real estate, one
6-cylinder Mitchell automobile. 215tf
Telephone 314-2 H. A. PHELPS COMPANY
TO RENT A good six-room tenement with
bath at 17 Highland avenue. Inquire of S. H.
TENEMENT ON SOUTH MAIN STREET
with 6 rooms, bath and pantry ; also elertrie
lights, hot water and good cellar, at $12.64.
FIVE-ROOM TENEMENT with furnace,
electric litrhts and gas, on Keith avenue, at
$12.00. Inquire 228tf
ROBINSON A MCALLISTER
TO RENT Good warm tenement of six
rooms on Richardson road, near Jones Bros,
shed ; also garage at 26 Maple avenue. In
quire of Canton Bros. 20tf
TO RENT Good warm tenement, in good
condition, modern improvements ; is not a
plcasanter tenement in the city ; stable room
if required. E. Carleton. 21 Highland avenue.
OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT la Aldriea
block, All conveniences. Apply to either ef
John Trow. N, D.
Pbelna er Alex.
BECKLEY A McINTYRE, DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF STOCK Will buy cows,
calves, or exchange. Also 2 horse for sal.j
will exchange them for young stock or cows.
We solicit your patronage. Call at my farm
on the East Hill or telephone $84-22. Bob
calves and veals wanted all the time. D. M.
NOTICE Bring or send your beef hlVs.
calf skins and raw furs to E. E. Martin. East
Barre. Vt, and receive the highest mark.,
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