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THE BARRE IJAI1A TIMKS,, UAKKE, VT., F1UDAV, FEJJKU AUY 6, 1914.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS A hemlock log that measured 54 feet was unloaded in the yard of the Bristol Manufacturing C. at Bristol the other day. As Leo Page, 17 years old, of South Londonderry, was splitting wood at his home, the thumb ot.hu lett nanrt was cut off. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Miles of Hinesburg, who are enjoying good health, observe the 71st anniversary of their marriage January 30. A son. born Jan. 28 to" Mr. and Mrs Ed. Deugo of Westfleld, and which died next day, was the thirteenth child born to the couple. . Without allowing for depreciation, the net profit derived from Burlington mu nteipal light and power plant was $5,' 788.74, according to the report of the superintendent. The winter stock show to be held nt the government farm in Weybridge uu der the auspices of the Addison County Agricultural society will be held March 0 and 7. Percival Daniels, a W'estmore boy, whs very badly hurt while sliding down hill last Friday, a gash being cut which was nine inches long and two Inches deep and in which 23 stitches had to be tak en. .. Napoleon Viens of East Georgia has a calf born with only three legs, one fore leg and two rear legs. This calf is now six weeks old and is as smart and as large as any calf of his age. It run around and la as lively aa any of the other calves. Since the fire at the industrial school in Vergennes, five of the boys have es caped. As the inmates of the institu tion are now in temporary quarters it is not so easy to watch them and those who have run away are not missed until night time. Henrietta Belden and brother, Dan forth, children of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Belden of Benson, were seriously injured Monday while sliding down hill. Both bone of Miss Belden's right leg were broken below the knee and her brother was Injured about the head. A. C. Harvey, a former well-known business man of St. Johnsbury, a native of Danville and about 70 years old, died recently in Washington, D. C. Since retiring from business Mr. Harvey and family had passed the winters in ash ington and the summers at Peaks Island, Me., where they had homes. The Rutland Automobile t Machine Co. has brought suit in Rutland county court against the town of Fair Haven through Ernest H. O'Brien of Rutland, as counsel, to recover damages of 8000 for an alleged defective highway. It is averred that while Buell P. Hascall, the company's employe, was driving a car between Fair Haven and Hydeville on July 25, 1913, the machine was over turned because of the bad road, and was ruined. The reports from the 240 or more health officers of the state are being received at the office of the secretary of the state board of health at Burling ton and figures are being compiled which will tell almost everything regarding sanitary conditions in Nermont. - lhe report is very full, as it is made from statistics furnished by town and county clerks, as well as the health officers. Among the data received is a card tell ing of every death during the year, the age, cause, and much other significant matter. Burlington may be aued for using a system of filtration that u) an infringe ment of patent, the city having been formally notified Wednesday bv a firm of attorneys to that effect. The plant cost $40,000 and, inasmuch as a clause in the contract between the city and the Ley company, contractors, is to the effect that state-and national laws were to be followed and that the city should be indemnified "against any claims or liabilities arising Jrom or based on the violation of any such laws, ordinances or regulations," Burlington will give the matter due consideration before acting. Governor Fletcher has recently par doned'five state prison inmates, who had been sent down from Burlington and Winooski, and they are in charge of Probation Officer A. L. Sherman of Burlington. They are Louis Fortin o Winoonki, Emma Farrell of Burlington, Albert Recks of vV inooski, Helen Lihck and Josephine Pasha, sentenced from Burlington early in November for "night walking," for not less than one year. tSome of them are prisoners pardoned at the expiration of their minimum sen tences and Other are given their liberty on condition. All are placed in the care of the probation officer until the time the sentences actually expire. Mr. and Mrs. Orison H. Sargent ob served the 50th anniversary of their marriage Tuesday at their home in Nor wich, all of their four children being present, ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. In the evening, 100 friends gathered at their borne. Mr. and Mrs. Sargent were married in Newbury by Rev. Daniel W. Parker, but their whole life ha been spent in Norwich, which was their native town. For 47 years they have resided in the same house. Among the guests was Daniel Hoyt of Lower Cabot, husband of Mr. and Mrs. Sargent' oldest daughter, Rose, who died 18 years ago. A mock ceremony was performed by J. W. Armstrong, who also made a presentation speech and the bride and groom of 60 years ago received many gifts. For the pains peculiar to women at time of period, two anti-kamnia tablets invariably relieve. As a consequence anti-kamnia tablets are in greater de mand than ever, and are the most ap proved form for taking the remedy. Every woman should obtain adozen from her druggist. Ask for A-K tablets. Advt. CASTORS A Jar Iifants ami Children. Tisi Kfci Yea Kara Always EoEght Bear tk Btatmrof 7 TIZ" FIXED MY SORE, TIRED FEET toy ' V? h ju dance." f ' -r" J) "Oh, Girls," Don't Have Puffed-Up, Ach Ing, Sweaty, Calloused Feet or Corns Just Try "TIZ." Ah I what relief. No more tired feet no more burning feet; no more swollen bad smelling, sweaty feet. to more pai in corns, callouses or bunions. No mat tor what ails your feet or what under the sun you ve tried without getting re lief, nut use "11a. "TIZ" is the only remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudations whicn puff up the feet; TIZ is magical "TIZ" is grand; "TIZ" will cure your foot troubles so you'll never limp or draw uo vour face in pain. Your shoes won t seem tight and your leet win nev ... . . ... er. never hurt or get sore, swollen or tired. Think of its no more foot mis ery ; no more burning corns, callouses or bunions. Get a 25-cent box at any drug store or department store, and get instant re1 lief. Get a whole year's foot relief pr only 25 cents. Think of it! Advt. WARD CAUCUSES The legal voters of the city of Barre, Vt.. residing in wards one, two, three. four and six are requested to meet in their several voting places, vli.; Church street school building, Spaulding high school building. Summer street school Brook street school, and the city court room, on Friday evening, February 13, 1914, at 7:30 o clock, for the purpose of nominating the following ward officers viz.:' Aldermen in wards two, four and six, each to serve for two years; school commissioners in wards one and three, each to serve for three years. P. S. Please note the change of vot ing place in ward four, viz.: Brook street school building. Per order of the Democratic and Re puglican Commit toes. CITIZENS CAUCUS The legal voters of the city of Barre, Vt., are requested to meet in the HOW- LAM) HALL, so called, in the llowland k Cave block, in the city of Barre, on Thursday evening, february 12, 1014, at 7:03 o clock, for the purpose of norm nating the following city officers, name ly: Mayor, city clerk, city treasurer first unstable, second constable, three auditors and three directors for French's Barre library, each to serve for one year; and one assessor to serve for three years. v Per order of the Democratic and Ke publican City Committees. Safe for Babies, Effective for Grown-TJps. That's Foley's Honey and Tar "Cora pound. It has the confidence of your druggist, who knows it will give you satisfaction. W. W, iNessmith, States horo, Ga., says: "1 have used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound in my family and have sold it in my store, and it never fails to cure. Refuse a aubsti tute. Advt. Successful Everywhere. People everywhere are talking of the quick and fine results Foley Kidney rills give in backache, rheumatism, kid neV' and bladder troubles. You cannot take them into your system without good results. that is because toley Kidney Pills give to the kidneys and bladder Just what nature calls for to heal these weakened and inactive or gans. Advt. Eczema Stopped! ZEMO Proves a Wonderful Success- Stopi Itching Instantly and Brings Permanent Results. Get a 3Bo Bottle Today and Prove It,' Pont think that eczema, that neurit drives you wild, cant be (rotten rid of. II can-nd ZEMO is aU you need to do It, mis ciean, anti septic solution goes to the very root of eczema and con quer! It as it does older skin affec tions. Its relief Is Immediate and It results lasting. ZE MO has often been Imitated but posl- ' livciy neverequaiea It will aurDrlse von as It has so many others. h Inavlno your akin as clear as ZEMO Will Stop All though you had This Torment Instantly never had eczema in your life. Yon ejvlH 5!.,thl 5i'L'L.,nBUnUr h' Retting ft 2fio bottle of ZKMO right away now. There's no more excuse for enduring such misery. ZEMO is sold and guaranteed by druggists veryvh'jre, and in Barre by Red Cross Phar macy. Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 2, 1518 TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: 7.20 A. M. Dily. ""-P Sunday, for ells River and in termediate stations. 12:25 P.M. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 2:30 P. M.y. except Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 9 ;30 P. M. Daily, for Wells River and intermediate sta tions, nas through Pullman sleeping car for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m. IMPLICATED THIRD PARTY. Two Men Charged With Larceny from White River Junction. AVhite River Junction, Feb. 6. Thomas F. Lynch, a recent employe of the Central Vermont R. R., and William Hurry, employed on the new bridge, were arrested at Mechauicsville, X. V., charged with the larceny, last Friday night, of three bolts of cloth and some tobacco froni freight cars here at White River Junction. They were brought to this place, and in court yesterdiiy aft ernoon they implicated Charles Knight of this place, as a participant. Knight was arrested and after a hearing was hound over with the others in. the sum of $C00 each to appear in county court. Barry and Lynch are comparative strangers here while Knight is well known and has borne a good reputation. Some doubt is manifested as to his having been engaged in this affair. WANTS $2,000 DAMAGE. Oneida, N. Y, Man Sues Rutland Street Railway Company. Rutland, Feb. 6. Joseph P. Nefbach of Oneida, N. Y., has brought suit in Rutland county court against the Rut land Railway, Light & Power company 'to recover $2,01)0 on the ground that he was injured at West Rutland while riding on the company's Btreet railway line through an accident duo to the con cern's negligence. Rufus E. Iirown and S. R. Moulton of Burlington are counsel for the plaintiff. It is alleged that while Nelbach was on a trolley car on March 5, 1910, the car was derailed by reason of the dropping down Of the motor and he was thrown to the floor and injured about the head and spine. SCHOOLS FOR IDLE MEN. ' Chicago Commission Will Recommend Trade Sducation for the Unemployed. Chicago, Feb. 8. Establishment of trade schools for the teaching of unem ployed men will be recommended in a report which will be made soon by the commisson on unemployed, which was appointed two years ago by Mayor Car ter II. Harrison. Professor Charles R. Henderson of the University of Chicago, chairman of the commission, announced the substance of the report in an address Wednesday night. The report will propose that the suggested trade schools be placed under the supervision of a board of public wel fare, similar to that of Kansas City, Mo. The report also may offer the sugges tion that- compulsory schools be main tained for those who do not want fur ther schooling and who refuse to work. ' The Kansas City board has assisted Over Night Goes Cold in Chest and Sore Throat Don't fool with slow-acting remedies, dot blessed relief at once bv hist rub- bing on BEGY'S MUSTARLS'E for chest colds, pleurisy, sore throat, deep-seated coughs and lumbago. UKGY'S MUSTARLnE is the original: it will not blister, is always ready and a great big box costs but 25 cents at any drug store. It s great for croup and quinsy, colic. frosted and cold feet. It's better than any liniment, hot wa ter bottle or poultice tor sprains. bruises, stiff neck and sore muscles. Its the grandest of all remedies to reduce rheumatic swellings and banish the pain and misery. Ask for BEGY'S MLSTARINE in yeUow box, if you want the original. Mail orders filled. charges prepaid, by Brgy Medicine Co. Rochester, .N. it Advt, Always ask for Mustards, Spices and Flavoring Extracts by name.' Don't take any old kind. Tell your grocer you want and must have Stickney & Poor's Green Cut Bone and Meat THE COLD WEATHER POULTRY FOOD Fowls have a natural craving for animal food, especially when the weather is cold. All kinds of grains are good, but to produce ots of eggs, an occasional ration of green cut bone and meat is absolutely essential. This prod uct can be obtained of Carroll . Page, Hyde Park, Vt. He will ship a 200-lb. barrel to any ad dress on receipt of $3.75 and at this price pay the freight to any railroad station in New England or the Middle states. Money may be sent at his risk by registered etter, postal money order, check or express money order. When writing him mention this paper, AC'SfJfffCTD JJoULTAYpOD akes Hens Lay in Winter If this food is not sold in vour uTace. we will send you freight prepaid a 125 pound sack for $4.00, or 60 pound sack for $2.00. K in want of Beef Scraps, Poultry Bone, Oyster Shells, etc, write us for prices. Carroll S.Page, Hyde Park, Yt Page's Perfected Poultry Food may be obr tamed of the following r Berry ft .Tones, Montpelier. E. T. ft H. K. Ide, Newbury. E. 1 .Sanborn, E. Orange. I P. Hight, W. Topsham. Huntington & Eastman, Washington. C C. Robie, East Barre. Howard Bros., South Barre. til,' I T-l l-aT j RHEUMA WILL STOP URIC ACID DEPOSIT Rheumatic Complications Checked and the "Human Sewen". Restored. The kidneys, bowels and skin are the "human sewers" which carry oil the impurities in the blood iVhen these are clogged, uric acid sediment lodges in the muscles ami joints and rheumatism fallows. RHEUMA, the, great remedy for all forms of the terrible disease, checks the deposit of uric acid. "I suffered from rheumatism for six years. Tried different doctors, with no relief. I have taken three bottles of RHEUMA and am entireiy free from the disease." P. M. Miller, Catawissa, Pa. The Red Cross Pharmacy will return your money if it fails ; 5R cents a bottle. Advt in solving the unemployed problem by providing trade schools for unemployed men," said Professor Henderson, "and this leisure instruction hag produced skilled workmen with Increased oppor tunities for jobs. If the' idle man does not want to work, put him in a compul sory colony where he will have to learn. SERIOUS CATARRH YIELDS TO HYOMEI You Breathe It Be wise in time and use Hyomei at the first symptom of catarrh, such .as frequent head colds, constant sniffling, raising of mucus, or droppings in the throat. Do not let the disease become deep-seated and you are in danger of a serious if not fatal ailment, There i no other treatment for ca tarrh, head colds,' etc., like the Hyomei method; none just as good,so easy and pleasant to use, or that gives such quick, sure, and lasting relief. You breathe it no stomach dosing. . The Red Cross Pharmacy will refund your money if you are not benefited. Try . Hyomei at once and see how quickly it clears the head, stops the sniffling, and banishes catarrh. ' Hyomei helps you to enjoy good . health. , All druggists sell it. Ask for the complete outfit 11.00. Advt. . are curable. All kind nmo Buffering and danger. The CAUSE is always Internal. Dr.Liotbirdt'i HEM-ROID tablets produce amaaing result by attacking ib INTERNAL CAUSE. Th pilM r. drted ap and permanently enred. 24 davg' treatment. $1.00. ba. LE.ON HARDT CO- Buffalo. N. Y. (free book) EiiHll'i The Bed Cross Pbarmter. BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Pianos and onrans tuned and repaired. .B - t - fartloa auamnUed. Alio manaeer of The Harris Orchestra Music furntihed for any eeraaton. 10 BPAUtDINO STREET . Phone m-W EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLIN SOLOIST ARD TEACHES Pnpll ef the Fameet Serrik. Vienna Keral High Srheol. ana Martraa. Berlin Hih Schael TERMS ll.lt PER LESSON Also leader of the Barre Opera House and Mcntpeller Military Band Orchestra ! KELSON ST. PHONE 41S-1I 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 Hour t to 4 P. M. Taeaday. Thunday and Saturday Alto by Appointment 14 and II Blanchard Building Tel. c! DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, Miles Building Office hour.. A. M. to 11 M. and 1 :30 to 4 P. M., Monday, Tuesday. Thursday end Friday. Telephone Connection Ernest II. Bancroft, M. D. C Veterinary ' Physician and Surgeon Graduate Chicago Veterinary College- N. E. Telephone. Ml-U Alia the People' Line OFFICE AND HOSPITAL, SOUTH BARRE MIDWIFERY Having had many yean' experience, I am prepared to aerve any who may need the serv ice of a midwife or obstetric nurae. Addres Mrs. Elizabeth La Clair 14 Addlaon Street Barre, Vt MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS 121 North Main Street Barre, Vermont LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre - - Vermont M. J. WHTTCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or nipht. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, Vt. Telephone 129-1 WILLIAMSTOWN, Vt Telephone 38t-a A C051MON 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 FILES Elixir now. Sold everywhere. SOUTH FAIRLEE Mrs. II, II. Miles has been visiting friends and relatives in Corinth and Topsham for the past week. Miss Jennie Collins attended a wed' ding in North llartland Wednesday. Mrs. G. L. Robinson has been spend ing a few. days with her brother in Hout!: Acwortb, J. II. T. P. McCambley was in town Satur day. Joseph Shaw returned to his home in East Brookticld, Mass., Tuesday after a two weeks visit in this vicinity. Several men from here attended i farmers' meeting held by Mr. DeMuv ray at A. B. Palmer's Saturday even ing. . Ed Brown of East Corinth spent Tues day and Wednesday at 11. II. Miles . Several are drawing ice from Lake Morey this week. ; Lee Bacon was in Bradford Thurs day. t ..: : ...... . Who Will Claim Them? -. Letters uncalled for at the Barre post office for the week ending February 3, were: Men. A. Armstrong, A. P. Barrett, W. B. Bressett, Lester Crosby, P. J. Di neen, Henry Jenkins, Joseph Lamy, Rich ard Miller, Tony I'eduzzi, Federico Pari do, E. C. Pebbela, Edson A. Preston, Car lo Kattazr.i. Women. Miss Margaret Aldrich, Miss. Nellie Cady, Mrs. Horace Campeau, Miss Antonio Umne, JIiss barah Ingalls, Mrs, Lewis Lord, Mrs. Orlana Morse, Mrs. H bmith, Airs. P. II. Turunen. Only One "BR0M0 QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUIXIXE, Look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures a cold in one day, cures grip in two days. 'ioc. Advt. A Card We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50-cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if it iaus to cure your cough or cold, We also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove sausiactorya or money refunded. Red Cross Pharmacy, Barre Drug Store, C H. Kendrick Co. E. A. Drown. George L. Edaon, J. D. McArthur, W. H. Milce A Co.. McAllister Brae., O. C Howard. J. A. Cunrntng. i. W. Pannenter. AUCTION SALE OF CITY HOTEL FURNITURE The undersigned will sell at public auction to the higheat bidder on SATURDAY AFTERNOON At 1 O'clock and at 7 O'clock In the Ereninr. FEBRUARY 7, 1914 fa the Old Auction Rooms en Pearl 8treet, under the Pavilion Theatre, formerly the Hale auction room I ALL THE FURNISHINGS SALVAGED FROM THE CITY HOTEL FIRE, inciudimt braaa beda, iron bed, mattreaaea and springe. a quantity of quilts and bed linen, chiffoniers. bureaus and mirrors, also six dining- table, 60 eaneaeat dining chairs, table linen, all silver ware, including knivee, forks and spoooa, a freeser, storm windows and acreena, rugs, carpet, etc., etc., and Singer tewing ma chine. These articles have been thoroughly reno vated and are practically as good as new. Come to thai sale, as everything muat posi tively be told. A large amount of these goods which we will sell waa not damaged in the least. Call your friends' attention to this adv. and all come to the sale. D. A. PERRY Auctioneer AUCTION SALE AT THE City Auction Market SATURDAY AT 1:30 P. M. Some exceptionally good things will be offered at this sale, among which are the following: One oak dining set, consisting of round table and 6 chairs, cost $35.00; 1 golden oak sideboard, 1 leather Morris chair, 1 library table, 1 India seat, 1 large mir ror, 1 piano, 1 organ, small ta bles, 2 handsome iron and brass beds, 4 iron beds, springs and mattress, 1 mantel bed, 1 fine chiffonier, cost $15.00; 1 bird's eye maple dresser with large mirror, with commode to match ; marble top dresser and com mode; 1 high chair, lot of lace (curtains and poles, chamber chairs, 1 Boston couch with mat tress. 2 baby carriages, 1 fine Quaker range, cost $65.00; 1 steel range, 1 small Magee range, 2 stoves, 1 oil heater, 2 gas plates (2 burner), 1 gas heater, 2 gasoline stoves, 1 "1900" washing machine, 1 wringer, 1 ironing board, 1 set small clothes bars, and numer ous household articles. Among special articles are 1 large show case, 1 mail box, 1 wolf robe, 1 gold watch and chain, cost $35.00; 1 silver wattfh, and others; fur coat, good enough for teaming; stone cutters' hammers, lot of ladies' and children's garments, and many other goods. These will be sold at private sale during this week and at auction Saturday at 1:30 p. m., at the City Auction Market. 0, II, HALE, E TRY WELCOME SOAP for whiter clothes and easier washdays. Hatnt have it All Manufactured by Lever Bros. Cos.. Cam- bride. V.". FOUR LINES FOR 25c publish Want, Loat ana Found, For Sale. To Let. etc. ehort adver. tiaementa at tha rate of four line for twen tjr-flve cent for the first inaertion and five cent for each aubaequent inaertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOE SALE Property at 4. and 8 Second treet: alio houae on Railroad atreet. Thia ia rood rentinot Drouertr. in (food condition, and will be aold cheap for caah. Inquire at Trow 4k Holden Co. office. 193tf SMITH & DASHNER REAL ESTATE ACENTS OFFER SOME NEW BARGAINS FOB THE FIRST OF THE MONTH NO. 141 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, 280 acres of land. 60 Ullane, 60 paature, 170 acre of wood and timber land : estimated 100 M. of soft wood, and from to 10 thouaand eorda of hard wood ; 600 sugar trees and fruit orchard; tillaKe land lays well; farm will keep 16 cows and team, cuts 40 to 60 tons of hay, can be made to cut double that amount ; larare baaement stock barn 32x50 feet, with overhead drive: barn clapboarded and painted: tioree barn 26x60, a good one; chickenhouae and workshop ; 10-room houae in good condition ; water at house and barn : 7 cows, 4 head of younft cattle, poul try, all farm tools, dairy and augar tools and fodder, all for 14,000. Owner will take aa part, payment good city property at caah value. This property is only 7 mile-from Montpelier, on a good road. 21it( NO. 142 FOR SALE, NEW MODERN 7 ROOM HOUSE, bath, furnace heat, electric lights and the finest spring water; large basement barn and 23 acre of very produc tive land ; great chance for polutry, fruit and vegetable; only 1 miles from city hall. Barre City, Vt. A great money-making beau tiful home and not many of thia kind arotind Barre for sale. iVlti ' NO. 14S FOR EXCHANGE. 2 HOUSES, barn and ( acres of land at Essex Junction, Vt. This property k in good aahpe and a good location, rented at 131 per month. Own er lives in Barre and would like to exchange for house tiere to live in ; come in and talk this over. il'lxS NO. lea P'"l atate and offers for, sale his party on Beckley street, citv. which conaiata of eood 6-roora house, hardwood fioora and Dorch. eood cellar, large barn and chickenhouae : eorner lot juuxioo tept, wlKh lota of room for gar den, chicken yards and lawn : nice fruit and hade trees : 10 minutes to car line ; occu pied by owner, who" will make the low nrice of 1.300 for a quick sale. 272tf NO. 1415 FOR SALE. 22-ACRE FARM. only Vi mile from East Montpelier village; 8 or IV acres of machine-mowed tillage, just dips a little to the south and east; 4 or 5 acres of woodland, balance paature : some xruu; some sort wood and fire wood enough for place; barn 20x30; house, 6 rooms and pantry, all recently painted and papered; Vi mile to school : on R. F. D. and telephone line ; good one-man farm, or good poultry farm ; price, 11,600. Owner has purchased larger farm, reason for selling. 272tf If these are not what you are nokine- for. call at our office or drop us a line, as we have a large increasing list to select from. If you wish to sell rour farm or town nrnn. ery, list with us for prompt action. W dis pose of them at public or private sale and give you a square deal. V SMITH eV DASHNER Rooms I and It, Howland-Cav Bnlldln. Phone 170, Barre City, Vt To Exchange for Farm , TWO-TENEMrTOTllOUSE. BARN, earden. fruit trees, etc. Well located on clean street and handy to business section. Owner rent the first floor and occupies the floor above. The property would rent for about 6300.00 per year to good class of tenant. A good place for one to rent or to occudt a nart and rent balance. Price. 13,000.00. 268tf The owner of thia property wants a good farm : would prefer one all stocked : is willing to pay from 16,000.00 to 68,000.00. The real estate he wishes to exchange is an especially fine renting proposition: renting for nearly 1700.00 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 TWO HOUSES AND NEARLY i ACRES OF LAND. House rent for 1324.00 per year, and by laying out (100.00, the rental could be increased (76.00 per year ; a good chance to erect more houae on the extra land, and ten more houses could be rented in thia locality a oon a finished. Would aell at a price ao 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. . 268tf HOUSE. BARN AND 2 ACRES OF LAND. 24 miles from Montpelier on main river road; might exchange for farm. Fine place for poultry ; the henhouse is new ; barn with addition for piggery, is cemeted. Small house in good shape. 268tf DO THESE APPEAL TO YOU? T IT IS A GOOD TIME TO GET RID OF THAT FARM NOW! CALL AND SEE US OR WRITE. BETTER I0 IT NOW. CALL YOUR FRIF.NDS ATTENTION TO THIS ADV. IF HE HAS A FARM HE WISHES TO DISPOSE OF. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Room t and I, Bowland-Cave B!dg. Barre, Vt. Telephone Connection Real Estate Sold at Private and Public Sale LOST AND FOUND LOST Saturday, a locket and chain with the photo of the owner inside. Will the finder kindly return it to 1 Bpauiding street and be rewarded I UlalZ JEWELRY 1 When YOU want a piec s of j Jewelry, come in and seej our splendid display. J 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler) 106 Main St. Sole Agency for . "Beaton Asseriran" in Barre. ! LeeaeesaaeaaeeeaaeeaaeaB.eaa.aeaseeaaeaa.eeJ IT'S EASY GETTING TANGLED UP on the electrical light question. If your wiring and lights are bad you're bound to have trou ble. 1 GOOD WIRING is necessary to prevent accident. Standard supplies must be used to give satisfaction. All this is insured you by us. Barre Electric Co. 135 North Main St., WTe.locV .Block, Telephone 98-W. M2 1 Cigr. Thirty-nine years' continuous in- creased Kale tell lta own glory, r ao- torv. Alancheater. N. H. a-. a aM & if FOR SALE FOR SALE One 8-year-old colt, weight about 1,100, kind and clever and well broken I one pair 6-year-old oxen, weight about 2,800, a good, trappy team. For further particular tel. C. C. Taft, office 201. or res. 283-W. Montpelier, Vt. 275126 FOR SALE Yoke of Durham oxen, weight 2,800 lbs; alao 8 fat steers. Jamieaon Bros., 'phone 388-11, Williamstown,, Vt. 274t6 DERRICKS FOR SALE Two stiff -leg boom derricks ;- all timber 16-in. by 18-in. long leaf southern pine; one with 40-ft. mast and 60-ft. boom ; one with 30-ft mast and 40-ft. boom. . Both these der ricks were built to lift 40 tons. Two 20-ton capacity guy derrick with So ft maata and 46-ft. boom. Parties can pick their choice from 18 other derrick of all sices and capacities. , MATT HALEY Barre. Vt. FOR SALE One H. P. International en. gine with saw rig complete ; alao one t H. P. Gray eeperator, used two seaaona, good a new. Will be sold cheap if taken before March. Edward Duttod, Williamstown, Vt. 272112 HAY FOR SALE-A No. 1 horse hay deliv. ered anywhere in this vicinity or in Granite. villa. F. F. Northrup, R. F. D. No. 2, WIU liamstown, Vt. ; N. E. 'phone 888-6. 272112 FOR SALE Colt 2 years old in the spring ; color, dark bay ; came from the best of stock ; can be seen at the Smith Stock Farm. For particulars see Pratt Troup, 1S7 North Sem inary street, city. , 271t6 FOR SALE One Duplex 41-ft. belt-driven air compressor : first-class condition, at a bargain; also belt t One (SO H. P. electrie motor in first-class condition. Both can tie en- t plant of Novel'.i & CalcagnL 45tf , DOWN THEY GO BALANCE OF OUR $45.00 SLEIGHS TO CLOSE THEM OUT $39.37 COLTON 84 State Street '.'" MONTPELIER FOR SALE Loose hay. E. Carlton, 21 Highland avenue. Telephone 441-1L S18t FOR SALE Horses, an aizea and daacrln. tion. C. E. Wtlley, Barre. 20Uf INCUBATORS It 1 time to select your Incubators before the rush of the season is on. We have some sizes in stock and are ordering more all the time. Sites from 60 eggs to 240 eggs ; prices, $6.60 to $32.00. Also Parcel Post Egg Car Hers; 12-egg site. 60o per dosen; 24-egg site. O&c per doxen. SUNNYSIDE FARM Telephone 146 Barre, Vermont TO RENT SHED ROOM TO RENT Room for 8 or 10 men, also one surface cutter. LeClair A Me. Nulty, Blackwell street. 27316 OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT In Aldrich block ; all conveniences. Apply to either of trustees, John Trow, N. D. Phelps or Alex. Gordon. DSlf FURNISHED ROOM Large and Bunny; modern conveniences, near bath, hot and cold water. At 9 Keith avenue. - 272tf TO Kfith RENT Furnished room and board. 61 avenue. 269tf TO RENT Extra nice furnished rooms; all modern convenience. 36 Keith avenue. 268tf 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. Uitt HELP WANTED WOMEN to do plain sewing at home, for large Philadelphia firm ; good money and steady work i no canvassing ; send reply en velope for prices paid. Universal Co., Desk B, Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. 276t2 WANTED Live man a worker to book orders; permanent position;, pay all you can earn. Write C. R. Burr A Co., Nurserymen, Manchester, Conn. 27614 WANTED Barber- wanted at once. A. O. Douglass. Waterbury, Vt. 276t2 WANTED First-class polisher at once: steady job. Chas. Bianchi A Sons. 276tf . STORY. OF THE PANAMA CANAL, cloth bound, 660 pages, 60 illustrations, and "The Gentle Women's Magaxine" for 6 months, all for $1.00. Mail orders to Orison Stafford, Dept. B, Barre, Vt. i73tS WANTED Two men for farm work; must be good milkers; good wages paid. H. Hs Martin, Williamstown. Vt 1 531 f HUSTLING QUARRY FOREMAN wanted in the sunny South. Apply to Stone Moun tain Granite Corporation, Stone Mountain, Ga. STM6 AGENT WANTED for a good line of sani tary article mad of rubber; send for prop osition. G. J. Hawee, Mfr., Cabot, Vt 272t6 WANTED At once, two or three good teamsters. George E. May, Marshfleld, Vt I 272t6 MEN WANTED to learn the auto business in our garage and prepare to fill positiona driving and repairing. Write at once, stating age. Maine Auto Co., Taylor St Garage. Portland, Me. 226t62 WANTED WANTED Grade Holstein bull calf, 4 to 6 mo, old. well marked, for a mate. Lee W. Leonard, R. F. D. S. Plainfield, Vt ; Union pbone, . 27613 WANTED One or more 2 pe. tablet. 12 or 14-in. dies, at a bargain for cash; must be Al stock and work. Geo. DePeyster, Morris. 111. ?6t4 SELLING ON COMMISSION anything that you have to sell. Beef, veal, pork, potatoes, sold at wholpsale for the highest market price. Write or telephone 1. N. McLellan,. Vi East street Barre: N. E. tel. 173-12. 274t6 WANTED Plain sewing, mending and darning ; done at home. Call at 14 Central street Barre. 27413 WANTED 100,000 ft of white ash log, cut 6, IV 10, 12j and 16 ft long, 8 in. to top end; load on cars at Barre or Montpelier. Tel. 201. C. C Taft Montpelier. Vt 273t26 WANTED Pulpwood, unpeeled spruce and fir wood on M. A 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. . 268tf WANTED Cows and calves of all kinds. D. M. Bechley, telephone 684-22, East HilL ' 286tf Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. J. W. DILLON t and 4 Bolster Block Barre, Vt