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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1913.
9 ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS Dr. M. R. Crain, a Rutland physician, ha presented to the hospital of that city a pulmotor. John Stafford, a Lyndonville black amith, with his assistant, Fred Stone, shod 44 horses in one day recently. Orval Ellsworth, an Eden youth, while playing, with a percussion cap recently, caused the same to explode, badly man gling one hand and bruising his face. Mrs. Cornie Glynn Cocklin of Rut land, who has been for several months with the Sheehan Grand Opera company, has returned home, the company having disbanded at Hamilton, Ont. An orange tree with eight oranges thereon and a lemon tree with a large lemon are the floral prides of Romina Fairbanks' household at Morrisville. Both trees are decidedly thrifty. " Thomas Collins, police officer of Bur lington, will receive $50 as the result of his capture of James Brennan, who has been identified as a deserter from the. Fifth infantry. Collins arrested him and turned him over to the federal authori ties at Fort Ethan Allen. Brennan is said to have deserted during the summer of 1912. Winfred Bennett of Sheffield was se riously hurt in the woods last Friday, when, in chopping off a log, he lost jus . balance in some way and fell on to another tree with a stub or limb that entered his body about six inches. It took three men to lift him out of his precarious position. The Indian stones, which have been points of interest in Bellows Falls for both, residents and visitors, show signs of being lost forever unless the custom of dumping- rubbish near them is discon tinued. Half of the rock near the west end of the toll bridge is covered and the faces are buried, while the faces on otn ers are visible, though the debris is slow ly covering them. John A. Fowler of Lyndonville tells a true story that has to do with a litter ol kittens and a hen, which is quite unique. The kittens' mother deserted them and the little foundlings were left in a box in the shed. One cold morning the kit tens were missing and on going to the henhouse, Mr. Fowler found them cud dled down in a hen's nest under a hen Bv some strange instinct they had crawled in under the shed and under the door of the henhouse until they had found warmth and shelter. VERMONT BEQUESTS BY IOWA WOMAN ltyegate Corner and West Barnet Pres byterian Churches and Peacham Grammar School Given $1,000 Each by Mrs. Lois Stuart. Audubon, la, Deo. 19. Tha late Mrs. Lois Stuart, who left an estate of over $1,000,000, made the following bequests to Vermont institutions: Ryegate Corner Presbyterian church, $1,000; West Barnet Presbyterian, $1, 000; Peacham grammar school, $1,000. SPEECHES OF JUDGE STAFFORD. ' A Notable Addition to Vermont Biblio graphy Is This New Book. ' Arthur F. Stone of St. Johnsbnry has just published the speeches of Judge . Wendell P. Stafford, the distinguished Vermonter, who has been for the past 10 years one of the associate justices of the supreme court of the District of Columbia. This is one of the most not able additidns to Vermont's bibliogra phy in many years. The themes cov er a wide range biography, history, lit erature and sociology, while many of the addresses have been delivered in the largest cities of the United States before some disguished organizations. Judge Stafford ranks as one of America's great orators and the language is espe cially rich and chaste. The addresses are notable classics in English and every public or private library will be en riched by the possession of his book. The book may be obtained of the pub lisher and will be sent by mail on re ceipt of $1.62, the 12 cents being added to cover the postage. Hon. Horace W. Bailey of Rutland, the greatest authority in the state on Vermont publications, writes concerning Stafford's speeches: "You have done a great work in - bringing out this book. I consider it the most notable addition to Vermont's bibliography in many years. Every li brary in Vermont and New England should have a copy, as well as every lover of Vermont history." This volume contains Judge Stafford's address at the dedication of the Burns monument and also his address at the dedication of the Aldrich library. Aside from the portrait of Judge Stafford there is but one illustration in the volume and that is of the Barre Burns monu ment. CASTOR I A Far Infants and Children. Tha Kind You Have Always locght Bears tk Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER It, 1111 TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: 7.20 A. M. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 12:23 P.M. except Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 2:30 P.M. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 9 :30 P.M. D'1t. for Well River and intermediate sta tions. Has through Pullman sleeping car for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m. . CHECK CHRONIC RHEUMATISM NOW RHEUMA Thoroughly Drives Out Deep Seated Uric Acid Poison. There is only one way to be free from rheumatism the accumulated impuri ties caused by an excess of urio acid poison must be expelled from the body. That is what RHEUMA will do and do it thoroughly. If you suffer from any form of rheumatism sciatica, inflamma tory, arthritis, muscular, lumbago or gout get a bottle of RHEUMA from the Red Cross Pharmacy for 50 cents it is guaranteed. "For six years I was a cripple on crutches from rheumatism. One bottle of RHEUMA cured me completely." J. K. Greenberg, 2238 Cottage Grove ave nue, Chicago, 111. Advt. STATE MUST APPROVE. Republican Re-Organiiation Plan to Be , Submitted to Them. Washington, Dec. 19. Ratifications as soon as possible by Republican state conventions or state organizations of the plan of re-apportionment of dele gates to national conventions, adopted by the national committee yesterday is to be urged, according to memoers oi the committee who remained here yes terday. Approval of the plan must be made by Jan. 1, 1915, by conventions in states representing a majority of the votes in the electoral college. OLD "PILGRIM" GOES ASHORE. America's Cup Defender Is, However, Removed in Good Condition. Beaufort, N. C, Dec. 19. The old yacht Pilgrim, once defender of the America's cup, now converted into a steam schooner, was hauled out of the sand on the Core banks yesterday by the United States revenue cutter Seminole. The Pilgrim ran ashore Wednesday. Aft er the rescue yesterday she proceeded undamaged into Baufort under her own steam. It pars to ask your grocer for Stickney & Poor's Mustard That's tho way to get tho beat Auction AT THE City Auction Market Saturday at 1.30 and 7. P. M. LOOK OVER A LIST OF S03IE OF THE GOODS One top buggy, rubber tires, cost $125; 1 covered sleigh, 2 cutters, 1 hand-made driving harness, 1 medium harness, lap robes, horse blankets, fly nets and other goods from Dr. L. L. Leonard, who is about to leave town. Beds, also springs, mattresses, dress ers and commodes, sofa, willow divan, 1 leatherette morris chair almost new, kitchen chairs and rockers, McEinley chairs, mantel bed, sewing machine, ex tension table, small tables, kitchen table, sewing table, 1 kitchen cabinet, book case, 1 couch hammock, porch screens, trunk goods, 1 flat top writing desk, 1 Jap carpet, 1 large Vendom heater, oil stoves, box stove, baby carriages; 1 far coat, 1 lady's coat, a lot of odd gar ments, a lot of pants for men and boys, 1 silver caster and silver cake basket, silver knives and spoons, 1 hand-paint ed picture and easeL revolvers and watches, 1 guitar, 1 stone cutters' tool chest, 1 4-cut hammer, i 6-cut, 1 8-cut, 10-cut and 12-cut hammers, 1 hand hammer, 2 bush chisels, 2 squares, 2 bev el squares, rules, 1 try square, chalk lines, plumb blocks and small tools. This sale will take place at 1:30 and 7 p. nu Saturday and will offer good chances to save money. ' 0. H, HALE, SS For a holiday Rift to a eentleman. select a Souvenir box of the celebrated 7-20-4. Largest selling brand of 10c Cigars in the world. LOST AND FOUND FOUND Recently, a lanre bunch of assort. ed keys tied together with shoe lace. Owner can have sum at this office by paying for advertising. 235tl FIRE Insurance Rates REDUCED Seventeen old reliable stock companies and five mutuals. Take your choice. Call and investigate. Any competi tion met in companies that have had an experience of from 25 to 100 years. J. VV. DILLON Bolster Black Barn. 8 and Vt Sale The Man Who Neglects Himself when his condition points to kidney trou ble takes an unwise risk. Backache, pain and soreness over the kidneys, nervous or dizzy spells, poor sleep, are all symptoms that will disappear with the regular use of Foley Kidney Pills. They put the kidneys and bladder in a clean, strong and healthy condition Cummings & Lewis. Advt. Guarding Against Croup. The best safeguard against croup is a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound in the house. P. II. Ginn, Mid dleton,' Ga.. writes: "My children are very susceptible to croup, easily catch cold. I give them Foleys. Honey and Tar Compound and in every instance they get prompt relief and are soon cured. We keep it at home and pre vent croup." Cummings & Lewis. Advt. With Every Order i Soda a for HANDSOME CALENDAR Will Be Given FREE Positively only one will be given to a family. Telephone orders promptly filled. If it is not convenient for you to call at our store, drop us a line or telephone us, and the goods will be delivered to any part of the city and you can pay the driver when he calls. F. W. Langlois TeL Connection 34 Granite St. If tKia food ia not sold In your place, we will send vou freight nreoaid a 125 pound aclt for $4.00, or a 60 pound aack for $2.00. If in want of Beef Scraps. Poultry Bone, Oyater Shells, etc, write us for prices. Carroll S. Page, Hyde Park, Vt Page a Perfected Poultry hood may be ob tained ot the following: Berry & Jones, Montpelier. K. T. 4 H. K. Me, Newbury. E. I Sanborn, E. Orange. L. V. Might, W. Topaham. AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture Dr. C. F. Camp, 46 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, stores, heaters, and antiques and nu merous other articles. Dan A. Perry, , Auctioneer AUCTION SALE As there were a few articles not dis posed of at tha 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 accounts. ' , The above will be sold for cash with out reesrve to the highest bidder. V. E. AYERS, Trustee. 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 $2.73 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, Wolock Telephone 8-W Block, fa JPAGEsjPiRfECTED J ; A Card We, the undersigned, dp hereby agree to refund the money on a ISO-cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if it fails to cure your cough or cold. We also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory, or money refunded. Red Crou Pharmacy, Bnrre Drug Store, C. H. Kendrick A Co. E. A. Drwn, George L. Edson, J.-D. McArthur, W. H. Mil- Co., McAllister Bros.. D. C. Howard. J. A. Cumming. J, W. Parmenter. i JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of Jewelry, come in and see! our splendid display. f I O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler I I 200 Main St., Sole Agency for "Boston American" In Barre. I e .-! BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Pianos and organ tuned anj renal red. Satisfaction guaranteed. Alio manager of The Harris Orchestra Music furnished for any occasion. 10 SPAULD1NO STREET Phone 121-W EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Pupil of the Famous Sevrik. Vienna Royal High School, and Marteau, Berlin High School TERMS $1.00 PER LESSON Also leader of the Barre Opera House and Montpelier Military Band Orchestra IS NELSON ST. PHONE 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 Hoar I 4 P. M. Tuesday. Tharsdsy and Saturday Also by Appointment II and II Blanchard Building TeL II DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office ia Room 35, Miles Building Office hoar, t A. M. to 12 M. and 1:90 to 4 P. M.. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and i riday. Telephone Connection Ernest H. Bancroft. M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. K. Telephone, 161-11 Also the People's Lin , OFFICK AND HOSPITAL, SOUTH BAERX MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS lZt North Main Street Barr. Vermont LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre , Vermont High Class Dressmaking Tailoring a Specialty PRICES VERY REASONABLE MRS. THOS. VENNER 2 ELM STREET M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Amouiance in connection, EAST BARRE, Vt. Telephone aao-i WILLIAMSTOWN, Vt. Telephone 381- Building and Repairing Attended to promptly by day or .contract H. F. JOHNSON SO Richardson 8tret Telephone 7T-1 A COMMON COLD if neglected is often the begin ning of serious Jung troubles. Do not wait until pneumonia de velops, or consumption becomes seated, fcet a bottle of Downs' Elixir no)w. . Sold everywhere. Business Opportunity An old-established retail monument firm, eniovinir a fine trade, having a first- clasa modern equipment, wish to corre spond with a competent man to manage the manufacturing, etc. one who ia 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 1' available. Address II. T., 126 Cornell Drive, 228U2 Toledo, Ohio. FURS FOR THE HOLIDAYS My line is the finest in Vermont: Muffs, Scarfs, Coatseverything in the fur line. Sale now going" on. Fur repairing done quickly. I. STEK0LCHICK to oiaie si, lonipener ANNUAL MEETING Tho annual meeting of tho stockholder of the Granite Saving Bank and Trut Com pany will be held at the banking room of aid bank in the city of barre, Vermont, on Monday. January 6. 1914. at 9 o'clock a. m. for the election of director for the ensuing year and for the transaction of any other buaineaa that may properly come before said meeting. H. G. WOODRUFF. Secretary. Barre, Vermont, December 16, 19M. . ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Granite Mutual Insurance Co. for election of director and transaction of any other legal business will be held at their office in the Aldrich 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. See'y. ANNUAL MEETING V The annual meeting of the stockholder of the People' National Bank of Barre will be held at their banking room lueaday. Jan. uary 13, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the election of director for the ensuing year and the transaction of any other business that may properly come before said meeting. W. C JOHNSON, Jr., Caahier. Dated Dec. 12, 1913. STATEMENT OF THE TREASURER OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, VERMONT Showing tha Receipts and Disbursements for the Year Ending November 20, 113. Receipt. To amount of cash on hand December 1, 1618 1287.24 To amount janitor service from state treasurer ... SOO.OO To amount received from loan nego tiated 1,000.00 To amount received from rent of ten ement house S2S.00 To amount received from peddlers' li cense 193-31 To amount received from rent of barn, 1918 86.00 To amount received from rent of barn, 1913 36.00 To amount received from county tax. 1,463.7b Total 14,791.8$ Disbursement. . By amount paid on account of county courthouse improve- . menu and repairs $506.18 - 8upplies 198.91! Miscellaneous 110.07 $809.17 By amount paid on account of county jail Improvement and repair $806.41 Supplies 225.18 Miaceilaneou 44.13 675.72 By amount paid on account tenement house improve ments and repair 124.08 Miscellaneous 2.78 26 81 By amount paid county officer By amount paid janitor liy amount paid temporary loan with interest By amount paid miacelkaneou ex pense By cash on hand December 1, 191. .. 826.80 769.50 1,839.17 267.40 46. 16 Total 14.791.83 The foregoing account of Cha. r . Lowe, county treasurer, has been examined and ap proved, and I find the sum of 8416.76 ia the hands of the treasurer. ERWIN M. HARVEY, County Auditor. ' TWember 4. 1913. We have examined the foregoing account of the county treasurer, approve the same and report the financial condition of the county to be as follows: Assets. In treasury Dec 1. 1913 I4S6 Due from state for janitor service.. 600.00 8986.76 and there are no outstanding ornVrs. W. J. CLAPP, G. H. DALE. Assistant Judge. Montpelier. Vt, Dee. 17, 1918. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. F.STATE CIV LYD1A M. BANCROFT. The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for tha district of Washington, COMMISSlONERS.-to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demand nf all nerson airainst tn estate or l.yJia jn. Bancroft, late of the town of Barre. in said i.irirt Arrtmmed. and all claim exhibited in offset thereto, nereoy give nonce inai w win meet for the purpose aforesaid, at tne resi dence of O. H. Reed, in the elty of Barre. in said district, on the 3d day of J.nuarr and 27th day of May next, from 10 o'clock a- m. until 4 o'clock p. m., on arh of aaid days, and that six months f-nm th 2Hth daT of November, A. D. 1913, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us lor ...min.inn and allowance. Dated at the town of Uarre, mt loin oay oi December. A. D. 118. ORAMFL H. REED. WALTER E. GRANGER. Commissioners. Dec. 19-26 Jan. 2 ESTATE OF JESSE P. CAYHUE. State of Vermont, District of Washington, as. The Honorable Probate court lor tne dis trict Aforesaid: ... . . . To all person interested in in estate oi Jesse P. Cayhue, late of the city of Barr, in said district, deceased, GREETING: At a probate court, hoiden at Montpelier within and for said district, on the 18 day of December, 1918, an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of Jesse P. r-vhuo lata of the city of Barre. in said district, deceased, waa presented to tha court aforesaid, for probate. . .. And it is ordered oy saia court mat tne 9th day of January, 1914, at the probate office in aaid Mont;elier, be assigned for proving aid instrument ; and that notice thereof be given to all persons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper circulating in that vicinity, in aid district, previous to the time appointed. THEREFORE, you ar nereDy notuiea to ap pear before said court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest She probate of said will, if you have cause. Given under my nana at montpelier, in said district, this 18th day of December, 1918. FRANK. J, HAK1 Iri , juog. Dec. 19-26 Jan. 2 ESTATE OF LYDIA G. TIBBITTS. State of Vermont, District of Washington, as. The Honorable Probate v.ourt lor tn district of Washington: To all persons interested in tne estate oi Lvdia G. Tibbitts. late of Cabot, in said district, deceased. GREETING: At a probate court, holden at Montpelier, within and for said district, on the 4th day of December, 1913, an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of I.vdia G. Tibbitts. late of Cabot, in said district, deceased, was presented to the court aforesaid, for probate. And it is ordered py said court tnat tne 23d day of December, A. D. 1913, at the probate office in said Montpelier, be assigned for proving said instrument, and that notice thereof be given to all persons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks suc cessively in the Barre Dally Times, a news paper circulating in tnat vicinity, in said district, previous to the time appointed. THr-fUSrUKfi. you are nereoy notinea to appear betore said court, at tne time ana place aforesaid, and contest the probate of said will, if you have cause. Given under my nana at Montpelier. in id district, this 4th day of December, 1918., . ' . MARY J. CUTL.GK, Register. Dec. 6-12-19 WANTED WANTED Position in office or store as book keeper or clerk; would take general office work; good penman; used to collections. Ap ply "G. M.," Times office. 2S8t6 WANTED Place at housework by capable woman with quiet boy 10 years old ; farm preferred. Address B. S. Ladeau, Barre. Vt. SJ13- WANTED Four table boarders; also fur nished front room to rent. Inquire 60 Orange street; telephone 866-5. , 2S2tf OIL OIL OIL The very best grades of Cyl inder Oil for autos and gasoline engines, wholesale and retail. f you have not tried my Oils, come in and get a sample and prices. Bring your can. baebb.vi. i merchant st. FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Tims will publish Wants, Lost and Fonud. For Sale.. To Let, etc. short adver tisement at the rate of four lines for twenty-five cent for the first insertion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE The Mrs. A. C. Shepard pli on Montpelier road, just over Barre City line in Berlin; bouse and lot and four building lots, all joined together; good place for ben farm; must be sold to close estate. W. F. Shepard, admr.. Barre. lBStf FOR SALE Property at 4, and 8 Second .reei i aiso nouse on Kauroaa street, inn is good renting nroncrtv. in irood condition. and will be aold 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. 698 VILLAGE FARM WITH TIMBER. Exceptionally desirable and a bargain; esti mated 150,000 feet of good lumber, mostly spruce; all within about one-half mile from mill, and all down grade; large 2-etory bouse all in fine shape; well painted; good porch; lighted by electricity ; the house could not be built for $8,600.00 ; there are 2 good barns ; all roofs good. Farm will keep 12 cows; cut 80 tons of hay. There are twenty acres of tillage, level and free from stone, very rich, deep soil ; 45 acres of pasture and wood land ; small sugar orchard ; plenty of hard wood. Price only 13.200.00 : easy term. Call at our office and see photo of buildings. 230tf NO. 690 FARM WITH TIMBER; estimated nearly 1,000,000 feet; contains 180 acre and will keep 40 head of stock ; large fields and they lay smooth : deep, rich soil, and the farm cut 66 tons of hay last season. Larg barn and comfortable house of 11 rooms ; is only one-half mile from saw-mill ; 2 miles from good large village and within E miles of one of the beat markets in Vermont. The price of the farm is leas than the timber alone is worth. The land lay 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 12.900.00; will sell for only S2.1O0.OO. 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. eream separator ; horse rake, plow .barrow, cultivator, etc. : 100 acres of land : good comfortable building 1 25 acre in field ; fruit ; 26 acres of growing spruce and 700 cord of wood ready to cut ; will keep 10 cows and team ; house contains 10 rooms : newly shingled and elapboarded; is on R. F. D., telephone and cream routes ; 1 mile from ehurah : 4 miles from railroad station. This is a corking good trade. If you art quick enough, you can get this. . 230tf THE D. A. PERRT REAL ESTATE AGENCY Rooms t and 1. Hewlsnd-Car B!dr. Barr. Vt. Tetephon tonnsetion SMITH & DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING: NO. 124 FOR SALE, 200-ACRE FARM. 40 acre nice smooth, nearly-level fields, free from stone, best of soil ; one of the best lumbermen in the state estimate not less than 800 M. of standing timber, nearly 300 M. of spruce, fir and bass-wood, balance of growth birch and maple; only 4 mile to R. R, and lumber mill ; VA 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. 281tf NO. 125 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AT $1,600, 100-A CHE FARM, 8 miles from good town and lumber mill ; comfortable buildings, fruit and sugar orchards; 100 tf. of soft wood timber, and lots of hard wood; this property M clear from encumbrance; owner will exchange for city or town property of equal value ; or good equity. Better ee 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; 800 acres of land, cuts 76 tons of hay, soft and hard wood timber to sell ; large 2-story house, 2 barns and other buildings ; 19 cows, 12 head of young cattle : I horse. 7 hogs. 60 to TO tons of hay : 10 tons of straw, large amount of all kinds of farm tools and machinery r near school, and only tS miles to good railroad town. Price for ail, 86.000. Owner will take in exchange good city property worth from 32.000 to 13.000, or small farm. Big chance 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. 1750. 7-ROOM COT TAGE IN BARRE CITY, tn 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 atop paying rent. 23ltf NO. 129 FOR SALE. NEW COTTAGE HOUSE of 6 room and bath; built in 1911; finished tn hard wood ; porch, aide 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 We have many other proposition in large and small farms, timber tract 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 see us, as all business in our line has our prompt atten. tion. SMITH DASHNER t and II, Howlsnd-Cav Building, Phon 378. Barr City, Vt. Room REAL ESTATE To Be Sold at Once The Richard Vfale house at No. j Pat terson St. Inquire of H. G. WOODRUFF, Agent, At Granite Saving Bank t Trust Company HELP WANTED WANTED A married man to drive team. do barn chores (no milking), and work in and sround sawmill and boxshop when not using team: pay 61.60 a day and house rent: steady work the year around for a good and handy man ; good recommendation- xequired. Dix J. Camp. P. O. Randolph Center, resi dence E. Randolph, Vt. 2S2t6 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. 28H6 MEN WANTED to learn the auto business in our garage and prepare to fill positions driving and repairing. Writ at once, stating age. Maine Auto Co., Taylor St. Garage, Portland. Me. 226t62 WANTED Two men for farm work- must be good milkers; good wages paid. H. H. Martin. Williamstown. Vt. 163 tf TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310. i. FOR SALE FOR SALE I hsve Just received a new lot of German canaries ; tine singers. If you wish to make a nice Christmas present, call 396-11 for prices. Mrs. Geo. E. C. Wheaton. 284tf FOR SALE A fraah rrade Jersev eow. m good one. N. D. Blanchard. Camp street. 'phone 166-11. FOR SALE Second-hand sleigh; cheap and good. E. O. Holmes, jeweler. 282t( FOR SALE Jersey cow, solid color, 8 to 6 years old, some fresh and all will be soon 1 also other kinds of fresh cow. B. F. Davis, Trow Hill, telephone 815-W. 288t6 FOR SALE 6x7 plat camera with holder and carying case. Also ons of Edison's lat est talknig machines, plays both 2 and 4 -minute ereorus. A largo number of records. All in first-class condition, at a bargain. Mrs. Ben C. Howard, 8 Maple Grove. Barre. Tel. 164-W. 2811 FOR SALE Six heavy sheets : also 1 twae year-old Jersey bull, full blood, 'solid color, squirrel gray, clever, broke to ahmesa. W. H. Stewart. Bnrre, Vt,, route No. 8; teU 894-12. 280t6 WE ARE NOW READY to supply the public with Christmas tree and holly; aiso trim mings. . 199 North Main treet ; telephone 269-W, or 466-11. . 288t FOR SALE Good will in the butchering; business of the late Robert Fcnwick. estab lished 25 years ; practically no competition in this vicinity. For particulars inquire of Mrs. E. M. Fenwick, R. F. D. No. 2, Barre. yt- 284t8 THE COZY-CORNER SLEIGH Very low gear, seat just wide enough for two. Vermont shifting shifts, a dsndy light, nobby snc. si ; $35.00 COLTON 84 State Street MONTPELIER THE SOFA SLEIGH Made especially for ray trade; very low down; ettra wide, roomy seat; Vermont shifting shafts; extra good trimming and finish. :: II ti it S45.00 COLTON 84 State Street MONTPELIER FOR SALE BnwlW alleva and tvnnl mon. for sule Two alleys, two nool tables. eunte showcase and stove and all the fixture. Tho only alleys in town. Selling on account of neaitn. 1 nave owned the alleys four year. Want to tell before Jan. 1, and price is $H00. Rent. 86 a week. The busiest point in Ver mont. Good for $800 state fair week. C. F. Church, White River Junction. 228tf 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. . .'il9tf FOR SALE Loose hay. E."' Carlton, 21 Highland avenue. Telephone 441-11. 218t FOH SALE Heavy draft team, weigh 8,000 lbs. Inquire at Baltimore Lunch, or tel. 418-12. 216tf FOR 8ALE A pair of work horses, ing 2,800 pounds. Call 267-W, N. E. weigh- 'phone. 204tf FOB SALE Horses, all sizes and descrip tions. C. E. Willey, Barr. 201t( FOR SALE One Duplex 41-ft. belt-driven air ompressor; first class condition, at a bargain ; also belt. One 60 H. P. elect rie motor in first-class condition. Both can be seen at plant of Novel li V Calcagni. 46tf FOR SALE SOFT ROASTERS We make a special ty of fine table birds. A pullet ia a little- more tender and delicate than any, other bird. We have them from 3i to 6 lbs. SUNNYSIDE FARM TELEPHONE 146 TO RENT TO RENT First-class tenement, ready Jan, 1. Apply to Dr. O. U. Stickney, 60 Washing ton street 232tf ROOMS TO KENT Furnished : for sen. tlemen ; one minute from poetoffiee. C. G. Harris, 10 Spaulding street. 232tf ROOMS TO RENT 141 Washington street: all modern convenience. 231t6 FOR RENT $10 per month, house of 1 or 8 rooms ; barn for cow and horse ; 6 or 6 acres of land ; at Kimball Corner, in Orange, about a mil from the stone-sheds at Esst Barre ; grand chance for a stone cutter. In quire Smith & Dashner, Howland-Cave Build ing, Barre. Vt. 281tf TO RENT Warm furnished room, with or without board. C. H. Keneraon, 20 Church street. 828tf FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Electric lights, furnace heat. Mr. Mason Page, 99 Elm street. 227U2 FURNISHED Keith avenue. ROOMS TO RENT at 85 All modern conveniences. 221tf 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 Hull, or at 84 Orange street. 216tf FOR RENT Cottage house on East street extension, of 6 rooms, besides 2 halls, bath room,, wash room, pantry, closets, outside sleeping porch and piaxzas, hardwood finish 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. 16tf FOR RENT 8-room tenement, Branch street. 112.00. 216tf FOR RENT 4-room tenement. Branch street, $10.00. 216tf FOR SALE or exchange far' real estate, one 6-cylinder Mitchell automobile. 215tf Telephone 314-3 H. A. PHELPS COMPANY TO RENT A good ix-room tenement with bath at 17 Highland avenue. Inquire of S. H. . Barnes. 214tf 12-ROOM HOUSE with barn on River street for the winter at $12.00. 233tf TENEMENT ON SOUTH MAIN STREET with 6 rooms, bath and pantry ; also electric lights, hot water and good cellar, at $12.60. FIVE-ROOM TENEMENT with furnace, electric lights and gas, on Keith avenue, at $12.00. Inquire 228tf ROBINSON eV McALLISTER Aldrich Block 233t( TO RENT Good warm tenement of ix rooms on Richardson road, near Jones Bros, shed ; also garage at 26 Maple avenue. In quire of Canton Bros. 209tf TO RENT Good warm tenement, in good condition, modern improvements ; is not a pleasanter tenement in the city; stable room if required. E. Carleton, 21 Highland avei.ue. 189tf OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT la Aldrich block. All conveniences. Apply to either of trustee. John T.-tw, N. D. Pbelp or Alex. Gordon. 8tf MISCELLANEOUS BECKLEY A MclNTYRE. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF STOCK Will buy cow. calves, or exchange. Also 2 horses for sale; will exchange them for young stock or cows. We solicit your patronage. Call at my farm on the East Hill or telrpnone SH-Z2. Bob calves and veals wanted all the time. D. M. Beckley. 214tf NOTICE Bring or send your beef hides, calf skins and raw furs to E. E. Msrtin, East Barre. Vt., and receive the highest market prices. 205t48 CARRIAGE PAINTERS' SUPPLIES Colors in Japan; Brushes; Beckwith & Chandler Varnishes j Color Rubbing, Durable Coach; Quick Rubbing, Heavy Gear; Willey's Elasticgloss ; Willey'a Auto Finishing Varnish. For sale by A. V. BECKLEY, 1 i