THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, .VT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914.
ABOUT THE STATE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM
DIFFERENT SECTIONS '
The two-pound baby born to Mr. and
Mr. Guy Grout of Newfane, Jan. 5, died
suddenly Jan. 18, after apparently be
ing well from birth till the time of its,
- Mrs. Clara Eldred committed suicide
by taking paris green Friday at her
jome in W'aterville.
Shelburne bay, Lake Cliamplain, which
was frozen over Thursday, was opened
Friday and there was little sign of ice
in the afternoon.
H. L. Beard has been postmaster at
Waterville for 20 years and did not take
an examination for reappointment, hav
ing decided to give up the work.
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S. S. Washer met with a very painful
accident Saturday in West Dummerston.
While working with his steam engine
sawing wood he cut off the little ringer
of his right hand at the third joint and
ut three other fingers to the bone.
The trustees of the Universalist church
of Northfield have made an offer to Clin
ton Scott of Tufts college to become
ilia rnflnilntt nuarnr nf thp fOinrpll. i.n fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation of
Bev. H. C. Ledyard. Mr. Scott was the
reader with the Tufts college glee and
'mandolin clubs on their recent trip
t through Vermont.
The New England Power company's
new Somerset reservoir is rapidly filling.
The water in it is now up to about one
half of the 100-foot height. By next
spring this seven-mile artificial lake will
have been impounded to hold somewhere
near its 23,000,000,000 gallons, thus sup
plying an all-the-year-around reserve by
which the company may substantially
increase its deliveries of hydroelectric
fr. and Mrs, Leonard B, Brown of
Kewfane have just announced their mar
riage, which took place in Williamsville
seven ''months ago. At' that time the
bride, Miss Fray L. Bullou, wished to
complete a course in commercial draw,
ing and, although married May 31, kept
the fact a secret until now, when her
studies are completed. She has been
living with her parents, but has now
gone to live with her husband.
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During the absence of his wife, George
H. Murray left a faucet turned on on
the second floor of his home in Rutland
and then went to work, thinking to thus
preventing the freezing of water in the
pipes. During the day the sewer pipe
froze and when Mr. Murray returned at
night the entire lower floor of the house
was flooded to a depth of several inches,
wafer haying completely saturated the
ceilings so that it was falling like rain
from above. The household furnishings
were badly damaged. '
n The Burlington winter sports commit
tee is facing a rather difficult problem
Just at present in trying to meet the
big deficit occasioned by the large ex
pense and unseasonable weather of last
year. The debt is $1,200 and represents
the cost of labor and materials in build
ing the toboggan slide and making the
skating rink. There is also a current
j'T.-iino ovwuii, hud jrni aim hyj im:uiuc
-to niAaf. it. ' one it.m lipino the-aum nf
$10 to $12 a week to keep the coasting
hill in order.
Following the fire which destroyed the
grange building Sunday night in Brat
tleboro, the village commissioners met
Monday evening and voted to purchase!
1,000 feet of hose, four. Boston nozzles
with Callahan tips, twelve rubber fire
coats, twelve smoke protectors and one
cellar pipe. The smoke protectors are
small devices with sponges that are fixed
over the nose and mouth and are not In
the nature of a helmet. It was asserted
that had the fire department had better
facilities for fire fighting the damage
might have been materially lessened.
Alfred Scott of Bradford was an over
Sunday visitor in town.
Mrs. S. B. Morrison went on Monday
to Littleton, N. H., to visit relatives
for a few weeks.' She was accompanied
by Mrs. Mary Dennis.
James Adams returned Monday to his
work at Hardwick.
V C. Cliamberlin was in town over
Saturday night on his way to his home
In Newbury from Rutland, where he has
been looking after the personal effects
of his uncle, tho late Horace W. Bailey.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ricker were visit
ors in Woodsvillc, N. H., on Tuesday. .
Mrs. II. A. Stevenson returned Satur
day from Northfield Falls, where she has
been passing a week at the home of her
uncle. . ,
Mrs. A. E. Clark went Tuesday to
Benton, ST. II., to visit friends for a few
days. ' v , ' ';.
' Miss Nellie Knox was at Wbodsville
Miss Louise Lewis left Tuesday morn
ing for Syracuse, N. Y., where she will
pans a week with friends. Rev. F. W.
Lewis accompanied liis daughter to
Woodsville, X. H. .
While at work for Joseph, Williamson,
Will Williams was kicked by a horse
Tuesday morning and was badly injured
about the knee. Dr. G. W Darling, who
attended the young man, found no bones
broken, but badly bruised. The horse j
was considered perfectly safe. ' j
At the game of basketball Dlaved in
the opera house Friday evening between
St. Johnsbnry and Groton, the home
team met defeat in a score of 27 to 10.
John F. Hatch has finished earring
lumber sawed at his Whitchcr mountain
Noticel Abatement of Taxes.
The board of civil authority of the
totyn of Williamatown will meet for the
purpose of abating taxes and any other
business that may come before said
board at the town clerk's office in said
town on the 24th day of January, at 2
o'clock in the afternodn.
Dated at Williamstown, in the county
of Orange, this 10th day of January
Glen F. McAllister,
Far Iafaatt tvni Ckildre.
Tha Kind You Have Always Bought
But Miss Rosie Martin Got
Back Her Strength by
Using Father John's
MISS ROSIE MARTIN
"For three long months I was so weak
that I could not even stand upon my
feet. My nerves were all unstrung and
I could not control them in any way.
I had also a hacking cough. I was in
fact a total wreck. I was actually grow
ing worse all the time until my father
brought home a bottle of Father John's
Medicine, as recommended by a friend,
and I am pleased to say tbat Jt has
cured me. I have never felt so well as
I am now. Words cannot express my
gratitude, and I gladly recommend it to
all. I always keep a bottle of it on hand
now for colds. (Signed) Miss Rosie
Martin, Box 12, Pushaw, Oldtown, Me.
Rencmber, Father John's Medicine
cures colds and coughs without, the use
of alcohol or dangerous drugs. It is
pure and wholesome. Advt.
. Miss Prudence Wells, who has been
to the sanatorium for several weeks, ill
with the typhoid fever, was able on
Saturday to" go to her home and seems
to be gaining in strength.
Miss Florence Howe, the head nurse
at the sanatorium, left Wednesday for
Manchester, N. 1L, for a several days'
stay with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Emery of rots
dam, N. Y., arrived here Monday and
remained wild Mrs. Emery's sister, Mrs.
L. D. Partridge, after which they went
to Springfield, Mass., for a longer stay.
B. G. Bass of Boston has arrived for
a few days' stay in town, having come
on a business trip. .
Mrs. Myrtle Curtis, who has been at
the sanatorium for the last three weeks,
was able Wednesday to go to her home.
Music hall was filled to overflowing
Tuesday ; night' by the friends who re
sponded to the invitation of the Ran
dolph Woman's Literary club, who gave
their annual guest night. Representa
tives from the Hoyalton Woman's club,
and the Bethel club were present, and
the program was enjoyed by all present.
The order was as follows: Overture,
"Memories of Vienna," Mazurka de con
cert (Bendix) by Chandler musie .hall
orchestra; quartet, "The Jolly Four,"
Kratz grange male quartet; reading, "Si
lence," (Mary Wilkins Freeman), Mrs.
Elsie Towers Corwin j soprano solo, "Be
cause I Love You" (Hawley), Miss M.
Blanche Sparhawk, with orchestra; duet,
selection from "Lucia" (Donizetti), by
Messrs. G. O. Bailey and F. C. Dumas;
duet, "Breezes of the Night" (Gounod),
Mrs. Carrie Haufler O'Brien and Mrs.
Lcttie Bailey Smith; reading, "A Sum
mer Story" (Bunner), Mrs. Corwin; mu
sic, selection from ".Mutt and Jeff" (Web
ster), Chandler music hall orchestra;
quintet, grange male quartet and Mrs.
Smith, "Star of Peace," Abt.J reading,
"The Compact," (Stoeton), Mrs. Corwin;
soprano solo, "Merrily I Roam," (Sehleif
farth), Miss Sparhawk, with orchestra;
quartet, "Remember Now Thy Creator,"
grange quartet; soprano solo, "The
Kiss" (Arditi), Mrs. O'Brien, with or
chestra; reading, "The Baby and the
Doctor' (Harbour), Mrs. Corwin; selec
tion, march and two-step (Abrahams),
music hall orchestra, the selections
were well given and the entire affair
was a success.
Mr. Bullurd, a lawver from Burling
ton,! A. B. Beeman rom Fairfax, Ar
thur Beeman of -Norwich, Conn., Judge
Butler of Rutland and Judge Stowe of
Chelsea were (in town Wednesday on le
gal business at the office of M. M. Wil
son. Signals of Distress
Barre People Should Know How
to Read and Heed Them
Disordered kidneys give many
signals of distress.
The secretions may be dark,
Passages are sometimes fre
quent, scanty, painful.
Backache is often present day
Headaches and dizzy spells
Weakened kidneys should re
ceive quick help.
Don't delay! Use a special
v Doan's Kidney Pills are for
weak kidneys, backache and uri
Barre evidence proves their
Frank E. Adams, 47 Elm street, Barre,
Vt., says: "I have used. Doan's Kidney
Pills for several months, and they have
proved a valuable remedy. For some
time I had been troubled by my kidneys.
My back ached and I had pains in mjr
sides. Doan's Kidney Pills cured the
pains. I highly recommend them."
For sale by all dealers. Price,
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents
for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Newest Steamer in the Trade
28 Day, JANUARY 31 $175 Upward
Other Cruises March 4 and April 4
16 to 28 Days Days $145 to $175 Up
White Star Line
The balance of
our $45.00 Sleighs
81 Slate Street Monlpcllcr, VI.
LIVERPOOL LONDON PARIS
Calling at Queenstown
Built 1913 Carrying Onlr On Cabin (II)
and Third Class
From New York
CAMPANIA.; . Jan. 28
CARMANIA Feb. 4
Apply to Your Local Agents
N. B. Ballard. Miles block, Barra, VL
8. 8. Ballard. Lawrence building. Itont
WHITE STAR LINE
lostan QueensUwi Liverpool
ONE CLASS CABIN (ID SERVICI
t52.e0 and up according to steamer
Cymric. 'Feb, 7: Arabic, Feb.
Saila from New York City
FROM NEW YORK AND BOSTON TO
RIVIERA, ITALY AND EGYPT
Adriatic Feb. 21
tltic Jan. 24, Mar. T
Canopic ....Jan. SI, Mar. 14
Boston Liverpool (Direct)
ONE CLASS CABIN SERVICE (IL) 150
Canadian. . .Jan.
Devonian. . . . Feb.
SI I Bohr
7 lW ini
hemian . . .Feb.
OFFICE. 84 STATE 8T, BOSTON.
OR 4.0CAL AGENTS
ONE-CLASS CABIN SERVICE (II)
Rate $45 and Upwards Two in Room
NUMTDIAN. .Jan. 22
SICILIAN .... Feb. 12
IONIAN Mar. 0
Third Class Rate
Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool, $30.25
N. B. BALLARD, Barre
H. & A. ALLAN, go State St, Boston
I represent seven
teen of the largest
and best Stock and
Mutual Fire Insur
ance Companies. Ask
J. W. DILLON
and 4 ' Bolster Block
WANTS IN THE
TIMES AND GET
84 State Street, Beatoa, mr
Local Ageata .
CIIAUNCEY G. HARRIS
Pianos and organs tuned and repaired.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Alao manager of
The Harris Orchestra
Musie furnished for any occasion.
10 6PAULDINQ STREET Jhone 121-W
EDWIN VV. BRUCE
VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER
Pupil of the Famous Serrlk,
Vienna Royal High School, and
Marina, Berlin High School
TERMS ll.se PER LESSON
Alao leader of the Barre Opera House and
Mcntiielier Military Band Orchestras
IS NELSON 8T. PHONE Mi ll
Music for all occasions
Latest and most popular
TELEPHONE - - - 342-21
DR. G. L. T. HAYES
Medical and Surgical Diseases
Peculiar to Women
Office Bojrs t ts 4 P. M.
Taesday. Thunder and Satorday
Also by Appointment
14 and 11 Blanchsrd Bol1dln TeL !J
DR. T-EWTS D. MARTIN
Office in Room 35, Miles Building;
Office hour. A. M. to 12 M. and 1 ;S0 ta 4
P. M., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Telephone Connection .
Ernest H. Bancroft. M. D. C.
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Graduate Chicago Veterinary College
N. E. Telephone, S1-1S
Alsa the People's Line '
OFFICE AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARRE
Also Cleaning, Press
ing and Repairing
MOORE & OWENS
112 North Main Street Barre, Vermont
Barre - - Vermont
M. J. WHTTCOMB
Calls answered promptly day or nifrht.
An up-to-date Ambulanr in connection.
EAST BARRE, Vt. Telephone a9-i
WILLIAMSTOWN, Vt Telephone 38i-a
Building and Repairing ,
Attended to promptly by day or
H. F. JOHNSON
If Richardson Street Telephone 77-1
A COMMON COLD
if neglected is often the begin
ninff of serious lunar troubles.
, Do not wait until pneumonia de
jvelops, or consumption becomes
seated. Get a bottle of Downs'
Elixir now. Sold everywhere.
Cigar. Thirty-nine ycara' continuous In
creased aales tells its own story. Fac
tory, Manchester, K. U.
Members of Maple Leaf camp, No.
$302, M. W. of A., take notice 1 All mem
bcrs are requested to attend a regular
meeting or the camp in Gilbert's hall
Thursday, Jan. 22, at 7 o'clock sharp;
tmsiness or importance, social talk aft
er the meeting. Per order, John S. Mo-
Vviluams, consul. '
We, tho undersigned, do hereby agree
to refund the money on a 60-cent bottle
of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if
it fails to cure your cough or cold. We
also guarantee a 25-ccnt bottle to prove
sarisiaerory, or money rcrunaed.
Red Crass Pharmacy, Barra Drug Store,
C. H. Kendrirk 4 Co. E. A. Drown,
George L. Edson, J. D. Mc Arthur,
W. H. Miles A Co.. McAllister Bros.,
D. C. Howard. J. A. Cummin.
1. W. Parmenter.
ESTATE OF MART ATWOOD DOTT.
Stat of Vermont. District of Washington, si.
The Honorable Probate Court for the Dis
To all persons Interested In the estate of
Mary Atwood Doty, late of MarshAeld, in said
district, deceased, liK-KJSTUNU :
WHEREAS, said court has assigned the
80th day of January next for examining and
allowing the account of the administrator 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 public
notice thereof be given to all persons in
terested in said estate br publishing this
order three weeks successively previous to the
day assigned, in the Barre Dally limes, a
newspaper published at city of Barre in said
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear at trie probate office in Montpelier.
in said district, on the day assigned, then and
there to contest the allowance of said account
if you see cause, and to establish your riirht
as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to
Given under my hand, this 14th day of Janu
FRANK 3. MARTIN. Judge.
Call on us for everything elec
trical. We "Stand ready to fill
your electrical needs of every
description. All the little con
veniences that electricity can
bring you are here ready to your
choice. ' , '
Barre Electric Co.
135 North Main St., Wblock Block,
H i r e s
The Genuine Rootbeer
Absolutely pure. Refreshes
you when thlmty, Invigorates
you when tired, delights you
at any time. Order a case
from the exclusive bottlers
F. W. LANGLOIS
for whiter clothes and easier washdays. All
dealer have it.
Manufactured by Lever Bros. Cos., Cam
Montpelier & Wells
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 29, 1913
TRAINS LEAVE BARRE:
7.20 A. M. Daily, excopt Sunday,
for VWlls River and in
12:25 P. M. Daily, except Sunday,
for Wells Eiver and in
2:30 P. M. Dn'ly. exempt Sunday,
for Vells River and in
'9:30 P. M.i)!Ir. for River
and intermediate sta
tions. Has through
Pullman sleeping ear
for Boston, arriving at
7 r-30 a. m.
imr STREET 4.
On Block Westf Broadway
NEW YORK CITY
Close to Wholesale and Retail
- brjr tioeda Districts. Railroad and
Steamship l ines.
MODFRf ABSOLUT KL I F Iff PR OOF
300 Rooms (200 with Bath)
RATES fl.00 PER DAY UP
Excellent Reaarant and Cae.
0ea4 for free lllantratedGaldeand
jsaa e now isia V4ty.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A small brown hand bag. Owner
ean have same at this office by paying for
FOUR LINES FOR 25c
The Time will publish
Wants. Lost and
; 1 uiigu, ror Bate, ihmwi.
I tisements at the rate of four lines for twen.
For Sal, ToLet.
ty-nve cents for the first insertion ana nve
cents for each subsequent insertion.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE 47-acre farm, suitably divided
into pasture, tillage and woodland; sugar and
fruit orchards; wood and lumber enouich to
more than pay for place; in Rood state of
cultivation; good water; good house; rood
barn, with ,basement. H. P. Wheeler, R. I). 2,
box 47A. 26U6
HOUSES FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I
have six houses for sale or exchange for farm
property. J. W. Maoon, 88 South Main
street, Barre. 2Btl6
FOR SALE Property at 4, 6 and 8 Second
street; also house on Railroad street. .This
is Kood renting property, in good condition,
and will be sold cheap for cash. Inquire at
Trow & Holden Co. office.
SMITH & DASHNER
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
HAVE SOME MIDWINTER BARGAINS
NO. 186 FOR SALE, 400-ACRE FARM (
one of the best large farm propositions in the
state; 100 acres tillage, free from stone, level,
machine-mowed, cuts 136 tons of hay aside
from silage and other crops ; big sugar and
fruit orchards, large amount of hard and
soft wood timber; less than 1 mile to good
mill that pays $14 per M. for soft wood and
$12 for hard in the log; farm will pasture
100 head of cattle and winter 50 cows and
team ; large 18-room .house, electric lighted,
furnace heat and bath ; water runs through
furnace, for cattle at barn t monster, basement
barn, basement cement bottom ; barn ties 60
head, 14 pens for calves and turning cows
loose; place commands fine view; 1 mile to
a good town and 8 miles to one of the
best markets in New England. If you are
looking for a large farm and big money
maker, you will buy this one if you see
it. ' 260tf
NO. 1S7 FOR SALE, 117 ACRES IN WIL
LIAMSTOWN ; stock and tools. 44 acres till
age, balance pasture and woodland ; farm will
keep 12 cows and team : soft and hard wood
timber enough for farm: nice fruit orchard
40x60 ft. basement barn, horse barn and
chickenhouse : 7-room house in very good con
dition : water at house and barn ; Hi milea to
railroad town, creamery, high school, etc. ; on
R. F, D. and teleDhone lines : farm, atock
and tools, all for $3,000; a good proposi
NO. 13812 ACRES. STOCK AND TOOLS
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for Barre City
property; only 44 miles from Montpelier, Vt. ;
SO acres of tillage, lays well, balance pasture
and woodland ; good fruit orchard and small
sugar place; 30 to 60 M. softwood timber,
and a large amount of hard wood; farm will
keep 10 to 12 cowa and team : large barn
28x02, horse barn 20x40, granary, chicken
bouse, and good 7-room house, warm, neat and
nice ; water at house and barn ; cream gath
ered ; team, cows, young cattle and tools.
You can exchange your house in the city
for this farm, all ready to do business. 260tf
NO. 189 FOR R.LE OR EXCHANGE. 107
ACRES IN WASHINGTON; farm will keep
8 cowa and team ; good comfortable buildings ;
fruit and sugar orchards, hard and softwood
timber ; you ran exchange your cottage in
the city for this. 260tf
NO. 140 FOR SALE, only 1 miles from
city ball, Barre City, on main highway, slick
cottage house, neat barn, chickenhouse, 2 acres
of land, fruit and ahade trees. Owner is a
non-resident, and makes the low price of
$1,000 for a quick sale. You had better get
after thai, if you want a neat home for a
little money. 260tf
We have a large list of farms and town
property; call and see us. or drop us a line
if you wish to buy. sell or exchange, and
you will have our personal, prompt attenton.
Your property will be advertised at once -if
listed with us. .
Rooau I and IS, Hswland-Cavs Building,
Phone 179. Bsrre City. Vt.
NO. 666 SMALL FARM with stork and
tools, only $1,475.00; 80 minute' drive to
Barre City on an excellent road : SI to 12 acres
of good land, mostly level; comfortable house
and bam. Personal property connists of :
Four extra good cows, which paid $52.00 last
month: 8-year-old driving horse, worth $176;
new 2-eeat carriage, cost $100 a year ago:
sleigh, buggy, harneseea, lumber wagon, cul
tivator, plow, 15 to 20 hens ; bharples cream
separator, cost $60 ; and fodder. All com
plete for $1,475.00. This is an excellent place
for poultry, gardening, or for a stone cutter
who wishes to work in town a part of or all
the time. 249tf
NO. 78 A CORKING FARM, which will
keep 85 head of stock ; only 20 minutes' drive
to the city on a fine road ; no better land
In Washington connty : partly level and in a
high state of cultivation: very easy to carry
on : 12-room bouse ; three barns wltn good
stables. This is a great hay farm and a
money-maker, and the location is the best
We will be glad to give full particulars. 249tf
NO. 692 Owned by a widow, who will ex
change for Barre City or Graniteville prop
erty ; 100 acres of good land ; plenty of wood,
and the place will carry 12 to 15 cows and
team : located on the main road and near
neighbors; the barn is nearly 100 feet long,
is clapboarded and painted, with basement;
the bouse has recently been clapboarded and
painted and all the buildings are very good.
Owing to a death in the family, the owner
will sell for only $1,600. The property is j
located In Williamstown, within range or the
Barre and Graniteville markets. 249tf
VERY DESIRABLE HOME WITH LAND
and a large poultry house and yard; 100
hens can be kept without crowding ; extra
good C-room steam-heated house with good
plumbinTi electric lights, etc.. etc. This is
the kind you hsve been thinking about and
the kind that reduces the high cost of living;
located on Murray street; price, 12.500.00.
A real, bargain. Start the new year right I
Throw off the rent yokel Become indepen
dent We can help you. 249ti
THE D, A. FERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Rooms X and I, Howtand-Cave B!dg.
Barre, Vt Telephone Connection
WANTED Cows and calves of all kinds.
D. M. Bechley, telephone 284-22, East Mill.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
II. C. Friederichs of Hammond,
Ind., has decided to retire from
business; all monuments and
headstones will be disposed of
regardless of cost or value ; now
is your chance to buy a monu
ment at a bargain; first buyers
will have first and best choice.
H. C. Friederichs, Calumet and
Conkey avenues, Hammond, Ind.,
phones 439, 1975. Entire busi
ness for sale, including building,
ground and machinery, or will
sell separate ; terms to suit
City Auction Market
SATURDAY AT 1:30 P. M.
Bring in your goods early that
are to be sold this week. We
have a large line already on hand
to be sold at private sale only:
Chamber suites, tables, sofas,
chairs; rollertop desk; a good
safe; traverse sled, and many
other household goods. This
store is open every day and
evening in the week.
0. H. HALE, Mm
NOTICE f .... .
We have four very fine, . well-bred hound
pups for sale, 8 months old. They have the
hunting qualities and will make the best of
fox and rabbit dogs. Inuuire of Dr. C H.
Magoon, East Barre, Vt - .
FOR SALE Oak, rolltop desk, full sis, la
first-class order. Griggs & Linekin, Rooms
S and 6, Currier block. , 262tl
FOR SALE Eight good shoata. weighing
from 50 to 70 pounds. Raymond Diemer,
telephone 489-W. 282tS
FOR SALE Two spruce aticks suitable fo
derricks. L. F. Brown, Montpelier, Vt! tel.
FOR SALE New milch cows ; grade Jerseys
and Holsteins'; take beef cowa in exchange,
B. K. Davis. Trow Hill, Barre, Vt 260tg
FOR SALE Hard blockwood. 2.0 cord.
W. A. LaPoint, telephone 346-16, East Mont
pelier, 'Vt. 260t
FOR SALE Fifty-three laying hens and
pullets. Inquire at 86 Railroad street. 260t6
FOR SALE 200 cords nice dry hard slab
wood ; 14 and 16-inch at $3.00 run delivered.
Telephone 387-12. Inquire Dan W. Ladd.
FOR SALE New and second-hand sleighs.
Or would exchange for hay. Fapin Bros.
FOR SALE Loose and baled straw: dry
hard wood ; wheat delivered in the city at
$1.66 per hundred, if 200 lbs. are taken ; also
a few good shoata. Clarence LeFage, tel. .
FOR SALE Derrick stick. H. P. Hinman.
R- F. D. No. 1, Barre, Vt; Orange County
and N. E. 'phones. 267tf
HAY FOR SALE A No. 1 horse hay deli v.
ered anywhere in this vicinity or in Granite.
ville. F. F. Northrop, R. F. D. No. 2, Wil
liamstown, Vt ; N. E. 'phone 888-6. 258tl2
FOR SALE Having sold mr team. I offer
one pair of logging sleds, one dump cart and
one two-horse wagon ; pair of work harness.
aji in good sbape. Jt.. A. Wit ham, Bo. Barre.
FOR SALE One Duplex 418-ft belt-driven
air compressor; first-class condition, at at
bargain : also belt i One 80 H. P. eleetrie
motor in first-class condition. Both ean be
seen at plant of Novel li & Calcagnt 45tf
FOR SALE A nice, nearly new black fur
sleigh robe in first-class condition. Call at
rooms S and 6, Currier building. 241tf
DOWN THEY GO
BALANCE OF OUR $45.00 SLEIGHS TO
CLOSE THEM OUT
84 State Street
FOR SALE Loose hay. E. Carlton, 21
Highland avenue. Telephone 44 1-1 L 218tf
FOR SALE Horses, all eila
tions. C. E. Willey. Barra.
A guaranteed circular saw 28-inch for
$21.50. A quantity of canvas belting: at
Telephone 140 Barre, Vermont
TANK HEATERS. The largest sise will
keep fire all night This is the time of
year to water the milk but you must do it
in nature's way. Cows will drink freely if
water is warmed to summer heat If you
want more milk use a tank heater.
Telephone 14 1 Barre. Vermont
TO RENT Furnished room to rent with or
without board ; furnace heat ; lights and bath t
suitable for two. Mrs. Wm. Scott 1 Har
rington avenue. . 262tftl
TO RENT Furnished room with all modern
conveniences. Inquire of Mrs. J. M. Bur
roughs, 17 Church street 261UJ
TO RENT Cottage house of rooms, pan
try and bath ; furnace heat ; electric lights,
and a large garden ; located at 60 Orange
street ; in a good neighborhood. C. A. Hart.
lett tel. 886-6. 267tf
FOR RENT Shed room for one er twe
gangs of cutters; polishing mill if wanted.
Send applications to 4H. L. F.," care Times
FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT All mod
ern conveniences. H. G. Boyce, 11 Academy
TO RENT First-elans tenement ready Jan.
1. Apply to Dr. O. G. Stickney. 60 Washing
ton street 232ti
TO RENT Good warm tenement In good
condition, modern improvements; is not
pleasanter tenement in the city ; atable room
if required. E. Carleton, 21 Highland avenue.
OFFICE ROOMS TO
RENT la Aldrich
Apply to either of
D. Phelps or Aiex,
, block- A1' ifn"'oie,M:'
trustees, John Trcw. N.
WANTED Live man a worker to book
orders ; permanent position ; pay all you can
earn. Write C. R. Burr eV Co,, nurserymen,
Manchester, Conn. ,. 263U"
WANTED Girl or woman to do general
housework. Apply in person or address V. A.
Bates, Williamstown, Vt 262t2
WANTED Middle-aged lady would like po-
sition as housekeeper in
amall family. In-
quire at 19 West street
Mrs. Mary Martin.
WANTED Agents, our latest novelty, the
"September Morn" pillow top. will soon be
ready; write to-day for free particulars. Pen
tucket Art Sales Co.. 611 Washington street,
Boston, Mm. 262t4
WANTED Woman to do general house
work: middle-aged woman preferred. Apply
to Morrison Farm, Barre. 260t6-
WANTED A middle-aged American womaa
to keep house for a man 80 years old. Apply
to P. O. Huntington, Bo 35, Washington.
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. 226t&x
WANTED Two m-n for farm work: must
be good milkers: good wages paid. H. H.
Martin. VV Ultamstown, Vt lUtf
My wife having left my bed and board
without juat cause or provocation, I shall
pay no bilia contracted after this date.
W. E. BACKUS.
Orange, Vt., January 20, 1914. 261tl
Having had many years' experience, I am
prepared to serve any who may need the serv
ices of a midwife or obstetric nurse. Addrett
Mrs. Elizabeth La Clair
24 Addison Street Barre, Vt
When YOU want a piece of j
Jewelry, come in and seej
our splendid display.
I O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler
20 Mala St. Sola Agency far
"Boston American" la Barre.
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