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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914.
I ABOUT THE STATE KAPPENTNGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS. .Frank Yannexe wski, a nine-year-old Brattleboro boy, was sentenced by the probate judge of that place to six month in the state industrial school for going from door to. door in one of the blocks and taking for his own use coins that had been put out for the milkman. He was caught in the act by a tenant and his arraignment followed. ' Brattleboro is to have a special vil lage meeting Feb. 0 to see if the voters will purchase a piece of motor-driven fire apparatus, and, if so, what instructions will be given the commissioners in re gard to buying a horse-drawn ladder Double Game By HARRY VAN AMBURG "Mighty dull this lounging about a hotel waiting for something," said a man to another who occupied a chair beside him. "Well, yes, rather. Cards Is about the only way to pass the time. And the difficulty about cards la yon must get up a party to play 'em," "I couldn't do that sold the other, "for I don't know a soul socially In the truck. The commissioners were author-1 town. I expected to nnlsn my bust ized last spring to buy an auto fire ,,.. here today and cct out this even truck, but the chairman ot the commia- . b t j dld t -acceed .. , THE BUSINESS FARMER'S CORNER DEVELOPING THE DAIRY CALF. sion, Solon A. Richmond, has been so much opposed to It the commissioners were unwilling to proceed without fur ther instructions, "I know several men who board here," said the other. "I was thinking of getting up a little game of poker this evening In my room, five cent ante or something like that" "I wish you would and let me In." The party met, and the man who didn't know anybody was introduced by his friend to the others as Mr. Wheelock, the Introducer's name be ing Jones. They sat down to ploy A valuable young roan pacer, owne4 with a Ave cent ante, but kept raising It Miss Sarah Osgood Boyden, a Brat tleboro chiropodist, was found by a neighbor dead on the floor in her rooms, and a physician who was called said she had died some hours betore. bne was subject to epileptic attacks and it is supposed one of these was the cause or her decease. ' She was 71 years of age. by Mahar Bros., of Fair Haven, was al most instantly killed on a road in Hyde ville Thursday evening when a shaft on a sleigh occupied by Verder Park hurst of Castleton, a boy of 16 years, accidentally penetrated its side. Mahar Boy was entered in the county race at the last Rutland fair. ' Thomas Mahar was driving the pacer east towards till It reached a dollar. Mr. Wheelock didn't object and bet as high as any of the party, sometimes winning and sometimes losing. It was not long before Wheelock dis covered that though he neither lost nor won much, the money he staked was gradually passing ont of bis hands Hydevllle and turned from the center and was supplied by new five dollar ol the road to pass anotner venicie wnicn d1jij an on tne game bank. The fact was going in the same direction as he, At the same time Mr. Parkhurst, who was traveling west, turned to avoid the team and there was a collision. The end of the shaft penetrated the horse Z7 inches, "A NO. 1" TO MARRY. Tramp, Who Passed Through Barre Last Summer, to Settle Down. "A No. .1," the tramp who visited Barre and many other Vermont towns and cities last summer, ana pndea him self that he had spent only $6 in rail road fares, will, for the first time in his life, buy regular first-class tickets when he starts on his honeymoon, ue is 10 De married Feb. 3 to Miss Marie Trohoiskl of Erie, Penn "A No. 1," who is known from the Atlantio to the Pacific, gave up his life as a rambler several months ago. He settled down , in Erie and announced that he expected to spend the remainder of his life in that city. Sinee he was a small lad "A No. 1" has been a wanderer over this land and his sign "A No. 1," with an arrow, has become a familiar figure along every traveled road in the United States and on several occasions he has visited Eu rope and other foreign countries. His object in tramping was to turn back to didn't seem to surprise him, nor did he object to it He did not even com ment upon it But Mr. Jones, from whom the bills came, remarked that he bad had $1,000 paid him that after noon at a bank and it had been given him all in these new five dollar bills on the bank from which he had recelv ed the money. This explained bis hav Ing so mnch of it all of the same de nomination. While the game was in progress a bell boy rapped at the door and asked If Mr. Wheelock was in the room. On being told that he was he banded In a bouquet of flowers. Wheelock receive ed the flowers with evident astonish ment When the others railed blm at having a sweetheart near at band he looked embarrassed and declared that be didn't know a woman in the place. and If he had "made a mash" be was entirely unconscious of It ' "However." he said, "gentlemen, I trust that you will drink to the lady. whoever she may be, with me." And, rising, be pressed the electric button and on the arrival of a waiter ordered a bottle of wine. The quaffing of wine and the game went on together after this, but none of the men present seem ed to care to drink to excess. ' Mr. oe,r ""7 T'.'Tr ' X.uLl. Jones, in whose room the party were. tramp. GOT BULLET IN EYE. Vair H&vAn Hav Victim of Airo-nn in , . . Hands of a Friend. Fair Haven, Jan. 31. Wray W., 15- , year-old son or Dr. and Mrs. C. Jb. Unf- fin, was accidentally shot at about 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon, while with some other boys in the H. B. Clement sporting good store in that village. The boy received a B B shot in his left eye from an air rifle in the hands ot one of the boys; it is supposed, although he has not been willing to give any infor mation about the exact way the accident happened. - All that is known is that Wray was entering the main store from a'ear door, not knowing that the boys were shoot' ing the rifles, when he was injured, and that it is said that the boys were not aware of their comrades approach. How serious the injury will prove is not known but that it is a very serious one, mere is no uuuui. xne leanen mis sile was still in the eye yesterday and preparations wero being made to use an X-ray to locate its position. Dr. (J. G, Marshall of Rutland and Dr. Griffin are attending the boy at the latter's home. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS .ELECT. W. H. Gilpin Chosen President at Meet ing Held in Montpelier Last Evening. The publishers of fifteen weekly news papers met at the Pavilion hotel in ?fontnplipr Inst eveninor for an informnl discussion of matters pertaining to the trade. Olllcers were elected as follows: President, W. H. Gilpin of the Barton Monitor; vice-president, Otto R, Bennett of the Manchester Journal; secretary, Mrs. r . N. Whitney of the Morthtield jNews; treasurer, ueorge n. Dines oi ine wanton Courier. Among those present were: W. C. IVlknap of the Bellows Falls Times; Mrs. F. N. Whitney of the Northfield News; Otto R. Bennett and G. S. Ben nett of the Manchester Journal; W, H. Wheeler, Vergennes Enterprise; M. C. .. Reynolds, Burlington, Suburban List; Ar thur Stone, The Advance ; H. C Whitehill, Haterbury Record; L. II. Lewis, Hyde J'arlc News and (Tit.izen; lrfnroe II. Stiles, Swanton Courier; L. P. Thayer, Morrisville Messenger; W. J. Bigelow, .St. Johnttbury Caledonian; C. T. Walter, St. Johnsbury Republican; John B. Chase, Lyndon Union; W. H. Neweomb, Barton Monitor and Walter H. Crockett and Frank T. Parsons, both formerly of the Alontpelier .Journal. GAVE BRIBES TO CANTEEN HEAD I Lipton Agent Testifies in British Army Scandal Trial. London, Jan. 3k When the army can teen bribery trial was resumed yester day in uow street police court, E. S. Sawyer, chief witness for the prosecu tion, gave direct evidence of the pay ment of bribes. He was formerly mili tary representative of the Lipton com pany, ltd. many bribes to army men, on instruc tions from General Manager Minto of the Upton company. Sawyer also tes tified that Cansfield, one of the Lipton managers, sanctioned the bribe pay- was especially abstemious, barely sip ping his wine. But Mr. WheelocS: and one or two of the others having finished the bottle. the first named ordered another, and when it bad been left In the room Wheelock foUewed the waiter out for some purpose and when he returned shut the door and turned the key un known to the others. He then deftly slipped it up his sleeve and after re suming his seat being hidden by the table, transferred it to his pocket . "It seems to me." remarked one of the party, "that those flowers have a very decided perfume." "Very decided" chimed In another. "It makes me feel like turning in," said a third. Perhaps we'd better open a win dow," observed, the host "and get some air. Wonld yon object Mr. Whee lock?" "Certainly not." Jones went to a window and tried to open it It seemed to be stuck, ne went to another, which also resisted his efforts. Mr. Wheelock seemed to be intent on the cards, but his mind was on the windows. He had gained access to that very room during the day and had driven a nail into the sash of each window. Jones turned away with a frightened look on his face. There were two games being played in his room one by himself, the other by Mr. Whee lock. Jones staggered to the door and tried to open it Finding it locked, be looked more frightened still. Some one has locked us In here," he said. "We must get out" He caught on to the back of a chair. The perfume, from the flowers was overcoming him. He returned to the window and made another effort to lift the sash. He failed and was on his way to the other window when he Bank down unconscious. Meanwhile the others of the party were also giving way to the effects of the flowers and one by one either roll ed down to the floor or bent over un conscious on the table. Wheelock counteracted the fumes by holding a vial under his nose. When all except himself had succumbed be summoned a waiter and directed him to bring the police as quick as possible. Tbey ar rived In a few minutes and were much surprised at the scene before them several men asleep and money In heaps on the table. "That man," said Wheelock, point ing to Jones, "Is a counterfeiter. I am Parkinson, a detective. I tracked him here, and the others, I fancy, are his colleagues. He has been trying to shove his stuff on me for my good money. Better put the bracelets on him before be comes to himself." When the party woke up tbey found themselves In the hands of the police. But tie only one "wanted" was Mr. Jones. Raising the Future Milker. ' E. K. PARKINSON. The development of a dairy calf should begin in the sire and dam back several, generations. To illustrate, if there is land enough to keep a cow and money being distinctly an object it is decided to buy a heifer calf and raise it. With this end in view, the milkman or butcher is interviewed, and, being an obliging chap, he finds a pretty little bossy, drops $10 into his pocket and the prospective milker is installed. For two years the beast is fed, petted and watched over, and at last the evenuui day arrives when, with new milk pail in hand, the family gather in the barn to watch the milking the result, about eight quarts daily. At first that sounds very well, but wait a moment, ine Alas sachusetts Agricultural college has found the keep of a cow (feed, insurance, taxes, depreciation, etc.) costs $116.04 per year, so let us do some figuring; Eight quarts for 300 days (the cow being dry two months yearly) gives 2,400 quarts, which if sold at o cents per quart would return $144, a loss of $2.04 not quite what we had reckoned on, is it? How to Feed. , Therefore a future dairy cow should come from a line of good milkers at least, on the sire's side and will cost as a calf about $25, but the money is well expended, and the calf once pur chased the importance of spending thought as well as feed in its develop ment should not be forgotten, especially during the first six months. Feed new milk the first two or three weeks, four to six quarts daily divided into three feeds, then gradually substitute skim milk and continue so to feed until six months old. Skimmilk and well-cured hay, alfalfa or clover fed three times daily should make the bulky part of the ration. Silage may take the place ot one feed of hay when three months old and may be fed twice daily after six months. In addition to bulky feed, the calf requires grain to furnish nutriment and stimulate growth, feed little at first, about half a pound a day in clean wooden box, and gradually increase until two pounds are given. A good mixture consists of cornmeal, ground oats and wheat bran in equal parts and a half prfrt of linseed meal. Feed the spring calf in the barn the first summer and when a year old turn her into a good pasture, where no other food will be reauired. Fall calves should not be obliged to depend entirely on pasture until eighteen months old. Keep the heifer growing, feed her Well, but do not fatten her. (Copyright 1913, Morse International Agency. AU Kigota Heserveo.1 CASTOR I A Far Ia&mts and Ckildrem. Ths Ktad Yea Hare Always Basght Bear tke fligaatareof V irrsrsrarrr ii J 7 WW STREET fc CMIVIRSITY PLACE One Block West of Broadway NEW YORK CITY Close tit Whole! ao Retail ttxj tieods Districts, Railroad and Steamship Lines. MODERN AKSOLlfl-Xr FITrCFROOr 300 Rooms (200 with Bath) RATES tl.00 PER DAY UP Exaallent Kestaarant ana lata. Moderate rrtces. for free lHastretdO1denl stay ( w xora vuj ZA WHITE STAR LINE Bosten Qneenstewn Liverpool ONK CLASS CABIN (II.) SERVICE 152.60 and up according to steamer Cymric. 'Feb. Ti Arabic, Fob. 2 Sails from New York City NEW YORK AND BOSTON RIVIERA, ITALY AND EGYPT ADRIATIC, FEB. 21 CclUc Mar. 7 I Canopic. . . .Mar. 14 LEYLAND LINE Boston Lirerpool (Direct) ONE CLASS CABIN SERVICE (II.) 150 Devonian.... Feb. 7 I W inif redian . Feb. 28 Bohemian. ..Feb. 14 Canadian. ... Mar. 7 OFFICE. 84 STATE ST.. BOSTON, OK LOCAL AGENTS, MISSOURI MAY SUE TO RECOVER $24,000,000 Federal Court Dissolves Injunction Against State in Two Cent Fare litigation. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. SI. Injunc tions against John T. Barker, attorney general of Missouri, preventing bim from proceeding With suits to recover $22,000,000 excess freight and passenger charges made by railroads while the Mis souri rate cases were in litigation were dissolved in an opinion by Judge Smith McPherson, filed in the federal court yesterday. ' Th original injunction, brought by railroads to prevent enforce nicnt of Missouri's two-cent passenger and maximum freight laws, also was din missed in accordance with the recent de cision ol the united Mates supreme court upholding the laws. Judge Ale Fherson appointed Nash Adams, an at' torney of this city as a master to ad indicate all claims brought, in the fed eral court for excess charges, declaring, however, that the claimants might sue for recovery of over - charges in any court. New Allan Line Steamer. The new steamer of the Allan Line Steamship company, the "Alsatian," has created considerable interest across the water. She arrived iif Halifax Saturday, Jan. 24. . The day previous to her sailin? from Liverpool the government officials and 600 agents were present at a grand lunch, at which Hugh Allan presided. Everyone expressed themselves most en thusiastically over the arrangements for ofiicers and passengers in all classes, but particularly were they impressed with the great advance in thid class accom modations, which those present expressed themselves to be better than anything afloat. The length of the "Alsatian" on the water line is 600 feet, breadth 72 feet, gross tonnage 18,000; speed, fully loaded, 19 knots. Number of decks, eight: num ber of watertight bulkheads, 11: ac commodation, first class passengers 360, second class passengers 500, third class, 1,000. Number of oflicers and crew 600. The hull and machinery have been constructed under special survey to meet the requirements ot the Kntish corpora tion for the registry of shipping. The board of trade regulations for in suring the safety and comfort of the passengers and crew have been more than complied with. Boats and other life-saving appliances are provided suffi cient for every person on board, in ac cordance with the lates requirements. In fact, it is one of the finest steamers afloat. The Best Thing An Old Couple can do is to insure their children against having to take care of them. An an nuity gives exactly this service. Na tional Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence building, Montpelier, Vt. BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Piano and onrana tuned and repaired. Satiafactioa anaarantaod. Also manager of The Harris Orchestra Musle furnished for any aeraalon. 10 SPAULDINO STREET Phono 1J1-W EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHES Pa pi! af tb Pa man Sorrik. Vienna Royal Hirh School, and Martoaa, Berlin Hick Schaol TERMS II. M PER LESSON Also leader of the Barn Opera House and Montpelier Military Band Orrbeatraa IS KEL80N 8T. . PHONE 412-11 VIOLIN FREE Pine, handsome, clear toned, good sized Violin of highly polished, beautiful wood, ebony-finished Dears, finger board and tail piece, one silver atrinir, 3 arm strings, long bow of white horse-hair, box of resin and fine seu-mstracuon book. Write for 24 cakes Olive Oil Castile Soap to sell at 10c a cake. W e sena soap postpaid. W hen sold return 2.40 and we send this beautiful Violin and outfit exactly as repre sented. FRIEND SOAP CO. , , - Dept. 153 Comcord Juaction, Mass. An Unburied Picture. Eossettl Becured permission in 1869 to reopen the coffin of his wife 'In order to secure the manuscripts of some poems which be bad burled with ber seven years before. Some such Incident might bave oc curred in connection with J. M. W. Turner if bis desire to be burled wrap ped up In bis own painting of "Car thage" bad been carried out There was some difficulty In selling the paint ing, and the artist kept the canvaa by blm. He always said be wonld be wrapped In It when be was burled and even went so far as to ask Chan trey if as nis executor ne wouia lumu nis wishes on that point 'No oubt" answered the sculptor, "I shall bury you rolled up In your picture If it Is one of tbe conditions of your will, but I would take you op next day and unroll you!" Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. J. W. DILLON 1 and 4 Bolster Block Barre, Vt. FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Thnea will publish Wants, nnud. For Sale. To Let. etc. s' tiaementa at the rate of lour lines for twen- Fonud, For Si Lost and etc. short advar- ty-flva cents for the first insertion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I have six houses for rale or exchange for farm property. J. . W. Wagoon, 88 South Main street, Barre. . 269U6 FOR SALE Property at 4, S and 8 Second street; also house on Railroad street. inis is irood renting property, in good condition, and will be sold cheap for cash. Inquire at Trow ft Holden Co. office. lMt SMITH & DASHNER SEAL ESTATE AGENTS HAVE SOME MIDWINTER BARGAIN'S NO. 136 FOR SALE. 400-ACKE FARM ; one of tbe best large farm propositions in tlie state: 100 acres tillage, free from stone, level. machine-mowed, cuts 136 tons of hay aside from silaee and other crops ; bis sugar and fruit orchards, larire amount of hard and soft wood timber; leas than 1 mile to good mm tout pays 14 per M. for soft wood and 112 for hard in the log-; farm will pasture 100 head of cattle and winter 60. cows and team; lartre 18-room house, electric lighted, furnace heat and hath ; vat., nine ihrnuffh furnace, for cattle at barn ; monster basement barn, basement cement bottom: barn ties 80 bead, 14 pens for calves and turninir cows loose : place commands fine view ; 1 mile to a tcood town and 8 miles to one of the best markets in New England. If you are looking- for a lance farm and a big money maker, you will buy this one if you see t. 260tf NO. 17 FOR sai.r 117 arptra tm wit- LIAMSTOWN; stock and tools, 44 acres till age, balance pasture and woodland ; farm will keep 12 eowa and team ; soft and bard wood timber enough -for farm ; nice fruit orchard : 40x60 ft basement barn, horse barn and chickenhouse ; 7 -room bouse in very good con- oiiHin; water at nouse and barn; 14 miles to railroad town, creamery, hitch school, etc ; on R. F. D. and teleDhone linca : farm, etnrk and tools, all for $3,000: a good proposi tion, 260tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Colt 2 years old In hhe spring J color, dark bay ; came from the best of stock ( can be seen at the Smith Stock Farm. For particulars see Pratt Troup, 157 North Sem inary street, city. 271t6 FOR SALE Registered Guernsey bull calf from healthy herd. Irving W. Bates, East Barre, Vt: N. E. phone 284-11; People's line. I6tf FOR SALE A fine team of horses, 6 yeans old. weighing 2,600 lbs.; good leaders; sound, kind, and in good working condition; a bar gain. Address "Horse," Times office. 269t6 FOR SALE One large spruce tree, suitable for derrick mast. Henry Lashua. Northfield, Vt- 26ot FOR SALE Oak. rolltop desk, lull size. In first-class order. Griggs & Linekin, Rooms 6 and 6, Currier block. 262tf IOR 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 LePage. tel. 807-2. . 267tf FOR SALE One Duplex 419-ft. belt-driven air compressor; first-class condition, at a bargain; also belt One 60 H. P. electric motor in first-class condition. Both can be seen at plant of Novelli & Calcagni 46tt DOWN THEY GO BALANCE OF OUR $46.00 SLEIGHS TO CLOSE THEM OUT $39.37 COLTON 84 State Street MONTPELIER FOR SALE Loot, hav. V. r.,lt ei Highland avenue. Telephone 441-11. "18tf FOR SALE Hnraea all anrf tions. C. E. Wilier. Barre. 2oltr INCUBATORS It is time to select your Incuhatnra hafnn Ih. wn.mU ' . U- - . ... , sizes in stock and are ordering more all the NO. 188 12 ACRES, STOCK AND TOOLS j eg n tS a i n pitce, -u gnr nn rvr-niucv i.lS.6J to $32.00. Also Parcel Post Egg Car riers; 12-egg size, 60o per dozen; 24-egg size, 95c per dozen. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for Barre City property ; only 4M. miles from Montoelier. Vt. 0 acres of tillage, lavs well, balance pasture ana wooaiana ; good fruit orchard and small sugar place; 80 to 60 M. softwood timber, and a large amount of hard wood: farm will keep 10 to 12 cows and team larve barn 28x62, horse barn 20x40, granary, chicken house, 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 Real estate owners now open your eyes. Investigate, study and thus become wise. To the fact that Bishopric Wall Board ia better than lath and plaster, raves 40 per cent, in construction, renders 100 per cent, in Fervice. Any weather is good building weather when you use Bishopric Wall Board and Sheathing. Bishopric Roofing ia self-protectiDg and requires no paint, i It beats all other kinds of roofing that's made. And those who have tried it all seem to agree. It drives everything else away into the shade Of the elm or the old apple tree. Far Sale by J. Te CALLAGHAN, 360 No. Main Street Barre, Vermont RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE ... 342-21 Notice. Enrico Modica, who was formerly em ployed by the B. Rossi barber shop has roents, personally giving 'Sawyer orders gm this day resumed his duties there. on the Lipton company cashier. GRANITEVILLE. Remember the place, Ii. Rossi barber shop, 250 North Main street, next to A. W. Badger Co. Dance, Saturday night. Jan. 31, at Gilbert's hall. Music, Davidson's or chestra. Dancing from 8 till 12. ivery- Johnson, 30 Richardson street, body welcome. phone 77-2. Building and repairinir attended to promptly by day or contract. H. F. Tele- CUNAR LIVERPOOL LONDON PARIS Calling at Queenstown From Boston ALAUNIA... ANDANIA a .Feb. 17 March 5 Ballt 113 Carrying Only One Cabin II) and Third Class From New York CARMANIA . . Feb. 4 LUSITANIA Feb. 11 Apply to Your Local Agenta N. B. Fsllard, Miles block, Barre, Vtt S. S. Ballard. Lawrence building, Mont, peller, Vt. DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar ta Women Office Hears I te 4 P. M. Taesday. Thursday and Satarday Alse by Appointment 14 and II Blanchard Building TeL M DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office la Room 35, Miles Building Office hours, 9 A. M. to 12 M. and 1 .'SO to 4 P. M., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection ALLAN LINE BOSTON GLASGOW DERRY ONE-CLASS CABIN SERVICE (II) Rate $45 and Upwards Two in Room SICILIAN Feb. It FRETOKIAN.Mar. 11 j IONIAN Mar. 2( I GRAMPIAN. . .Apr. 7 Third Class Rate Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool, $30.25 N. B. BALLARD, Barre Ernest II. Bancroft. M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone. Ml-ls Also the People's Lin OFFICK AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARRI Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER XI, 1J11 TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: 7.20 A. M. Dl7. pt Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 12:25 P. M.Dny. "Cfp Sunday, for Wella River and in termediate stations. 2:30 P. M. Ii'f. Mcpt Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 9:30 P.M.Di,7 fot Wel1 Riv and intermediate sta tions. Haa j through Pullman sleeping car for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m. NO. 189 FOR SALE OR KXCHANCE. 107 ACRE3 IN WASHINGTON: farm will keen 8 cows and team ; good comfortable buildings ; fruit and sugar orchards, bard and softwood timber: you can exchange your cottage in the city for this. 260tf NO. 140 FOR SALE, only li miles from city hall, Barre City, on main highway, slick cottage house, neat barn, chickenhouse, 2 acres of land, fruit and shade trees. Owner is a non-resident, and makes the low price of 11,000 for a quick sale. You had better get after this. If you want a neat home for a little money. X60tf We have a Urge list of farms and town property; call and see us, or drop us 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. SMITH DASHNER Booms 8 snd IS, Howland-Cave Building, Phone IT. Barre City, Vt. To Exchange for Farm TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE. BARN, garden, fruit trees, etc. Well located on clean street end handy to business section. Owner rents the first floor and occupies the floor above. The property would rent for about 1300.00 per year to good class of tenant. A good place for one to rent or to occupy a part and rent balance. Price. 13,000.00. 26Sstf The owner of this DrOnertr wants a good farm ; would prefer one all stocked ; is willing to pay from 86,000.00 to 18.000.00. The real estate be wishes to exchange is an especially fine renting proposition ; renting for nearly 8700.00 yearly. A good monthly income and it will pay good returns on the amount at which it ia held ; netting above 6 per cent. . 268tf SUNNYSIDE FARM Telephone 140 Barre, Vermont TO RENT TO RENT House of 7 rooms and bath: furnace, electric lights : very convenient and pleasant. Inquire at 141 Washington street. 270t6 TO RENT Furnished rooms and board. 81 Keith, avenue. . Z69tt TO RENT Extra nice furnished rooms : all modern conveniences. 86 Keith avenue. 268tf- FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Furnace heat and electric lights. Mrs. M. T. Page, Ut) Elm street. 264U2 FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT All mod em conveniences. H. G. Boyce, 11 Academy street. . 244tf 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 avenue. lHtftf OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT la Aldrich block. All conveniences. Apply to either of trustees, John Trow. N. I. Phelps or Aiex. Gordon. Sutt HELP WANTED WANTED Housekeeper wanted in a small family. Answer by letter to "V.." care Times ( office. J70t8 RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS wanted. 8900 first year, promotion to 81,800; examinations Feb. 21 in every state; common education sufficient with my coaching; full information free; write for booklet C6U6. Earl Hopkins, Washington, D. C. TWO HOUSES AND NEARLY 2 ACRES OF LAND. . Houses rent for $324.00 per year, and by laying out $100.00, the rental could be Increased $75.00 per year; a good chance to erect more houses on the extra land, and ten more houses could be rented in this locality as soon as finished. Would sell at a price so the property would yield 12 per cent, on present rental. The owner would like a moderate-priced farm and is will ing to go back a little. 268U HOUSE. BARN AND 2U ACRES OF LAND, 24 miles from Montpelier on main river road ; might exchange for farm. Fine place for poultry ; the henhouse la new : barn with addition for piggery, is eemeted. Small house in good shape. 268tf LEARN REAL ESTATE business by mail; great possibilities even as side line ; the small cost of our course is covered by absolute guarantee of satisfaction ; we will heio you get started ; write for free particulate. Na tional Co-Operative liealty Company, W-1289 Mardea Building, Washington, D. C. WANTED Salesmen for our high-grade trees, shrubs, roses, etc. Brown Brothers Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y. J271U STORY OF MEXICO New epoch-making book; thrilling, sensational, timely, low price; sells on sight ; big terms ; sample book free ; act quickly. Universal House. Philadelphia. WANTED A statue cutter; flrst-clasa man. J. N. White Sons. West Quincy. Mass. 27 KS WANTED A good steady man for farming and teaming and boy to do chorea. Box 821, Waterbury, Vt. 271t2 DO THESE APPEAL TO YOU? T IT IS A GOOD TIME TO GET RID OF THAT FARM NOW I CALL AND SEE US OR WRITE. BETTER DO IT NOW. CALL YOUR FRIEND'S ATTENTION TO THIS ADV. IF HS HAS A FARM HE WISHES TO DISPOSE OF. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Rooms 2 and J. Hewland-Cave Bide. Barre. Vt, Telephone Connection Real Estate Sold at Private and Public Sale AUCTION SALE ! j JEWELRY MIDWIFERY Having had many years' experience. I am prepared to serve any who may need the serv ices of a midwife or obstetric nurse. Address Mrs. Elizabeth La Clair 24 Addison Street Barre, Vt. MERCHANT TAILORING ' Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS 121 North Main Street Barre. Verment LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre Vermont M. J. WHTTCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, Vt. Telephone aig-i AT THE 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 deslq a good safe; traverse sled, and many other household goods. This store is open every day and evening in the week. 0. H. HALE, HS2222S I e I When YOU want a piece of j Jewelry, come in and seej 2 our splendid display. j j 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j !t0 Main 8U. Sole Agency for "Bostea American" In Barre. J -.-.-. ....... ! WANTED Six girls in knitting room; giria now employed earn from 16 to 114 per week. Apply at once to Vermont Hosiery and Ma ehinery Co., Northfield, Vt. 270t6 WANTED A good steady man on a farm. Tel. af)1-i. R. E. Beckley. 26913 WANTED A good capable teamster. Apply to F. K. Bailey, Barre. Vt. ; telephone con nection. taTtm WANTED First-class letter cutter for square raised letters. McDonnell & Sons, Circle street, Barre, Vt 267t8 MEN WANTED to learn the aoto business in our garage and prepare to fill positions driving and repairing. Write at once, stating age. Maine Auto Co.. Taylor fit. Garage. Portland, Me. ' mt63 rasaaasMssssctMresasmMfsaaeasns 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. H. A. ALLAN, 90 State St, Boston WILLIAMST0W, Vt Telephone 381-a Barre Electric Co. I 135 Morth Main St, WWlock Block, Telephone S-W. Building and Repairing Attended to promptly by day or contract II. F. JOHNSON It Richardson Street Telephone 77-1 WANTED Two men for farm work: must be good milkers: good wages paid. H. H. Martm. Wuliamstown. Vt lMtf WANTED WANTED Pulpwood, sinpeeled spruce and fir wood on M. W. R. and C. V. railroad points ; 'phone or write H. P. Hinman, R. F. D. No. 1. Barre, Vt ; N. E. and Orange County 'phones. Z68tf WANTED Safe driving horse; also lumber and chunk wood for sale. F. E. Downing, East Barre. 266t6 Cigar. Thirty-nine years' continuous in creased sales tells its own story. Fac tory, Manchester, M. U. WANTED Cows and calves of all kinds. D. M. Beckley. telephone t6-22. East Hill. 23lt LOST AND FOUND LOST Between Barre and Montpelier, a brown fur robe and a street blanket, about 5 :SU Thursday night Finder please notify Papin Pros., Barre 271t3 NOTICE TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310. Having moved from 29 Merchant street to 311 Summer street, all former customers for my Oils, as well as Ma chinery, will find me at storehouse on Granite street, between the two railroad tracks, where can be seen the largest display of Gasoline Engines in this vi cinity. Oils at wholesale and retail for gasoline engines and autos. J. L "ARKLEY BARRE, VT., LOCAL AGENT FOR BRACKETT, SHAW & LUNT CO. Somerswarth, N. H. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE-RESULTS A COMMON COLD if neglected is 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.