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THE '-'-BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1911.
7 ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OP INTEREST FROM ' V DIFFERENT SECTIONS Tha four-year-nJd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman welcb of 1'cacliam was drowned Tuesday in water which had flooded the cellar. It was the custom of the child to go each day to the cellar with a small aisn for potatoes lor din ner and when she went as usual lues " f no one in tlie house knew that the h water had entered. When she did it return, her mother investigated and und her drownpd. THROW AWAY YOUR EYEGLASSES! A Free Prescription Can Hav Filled and L'm at Hem On April 23, a sewer pipe in Rutland ,' froze and burst, a rather unusual event . for this time of year. There is still con siderable frost in the Rutland streets. On Memorial day in. Wilmington, two tablets are to be unveiled in Memorial hall to the memory of the veterans of that town. The tablets are the gift, of F. W. Childs of Brattleboro. - Mrs. Harriet Seoville, aped 64 years, died Friday at her home in Rutland as a result of the removal of cataracts from her eyes, and four hours later her eon, Leon, died of a complication of dis eases. He was 36 years old. A double funeral was held to-day. Among the officers under Admiral Badger in Mexican waters is Capt R. B. Farquharson, son of R. Farquharson of South Ryegate, and a graduate of Nor wich university. ' Captain Farquharson in in command of the marines on board the IT. S. S. New -Hampshire. F. C. Donald of Groton, is a member of the marines on the U. 8. 8. Vermont. Rev. A. W. lord has tendered to John K. Weeks, chairman of the penal board, his resignation as chaplain of the state 1rison. Mr. Ford was recently dismissed y Pupt. Lovell and immediately re instated bv Gov. Fletcher, and has served until the present time. His resig nation takes effect May 1st. The little son of Mr. French of Nor tontown fell into a tub of boiling water recently and scalded his hands so the flesh has cracked open and he cannot open his hands or straighten his fingers. Oo rou wear glasses ? An you a victim of eyestrain or other ere weakness? If so, you will be glad to know that there i real hope for you. Many whose eyes were failing aay they have had their eyes restored through the principle of this wonderful free prescrip tion. One man says after trying it! "I wa a! moat blind; could not see to read at all. Now I can read everything without any glasses, and my eyes do not water any more. At night they would pain dreadfully; now they feel fine all the time. It was like a miracle to me." A lady who used it says: "The atmosphere seemed haty with or without glasses, but after using this prescription tor fifteen days everything seems clear. I can even read fine print without glasses." It i believed that thousands who wear glasses can now discard them in a reasonalbe time, and multitudes more will be spared the trou ble and expense of ever getting glasses. Eye troubles of many descriptions may be won derfully benefited by following the simple rules. Here is the prescription i Go to any active drug atorj and get a bottle of Optona, fill a two-ounce bottle with warm water, drop in one Optona tablet and allow to dissolve. With this liquid bathe the eyes two to four times daily. ' You should notice your eyes clear up perceptibly from the start, and in flammation will quickly disappear. If your eyes are bothering you even little, take steps to save them now, before it is too late. Many hopelessly blind might have been saved if they had cared for their eyes in time. KEEPING POULTRY IN SUBURBS. BEGS U. S. FORCE TO END STRIKE DIVORCE FOR MRS. B. K. C. FISK. Brookline Woman Given Decree in Ver mont. Newfane, April 27. Mrs. Barbara Knight Cobb Fisk of Brookline, Mass. who has been residing for several months in Brattleboro, was granted a divorce from Augustus R. Fisk Saturday after noon in Windham county court, which is in session here. Ihe decree is grant ed on grounds of intolerable severity and the petitioner is allowed to take the name of her former husband, Cobb. Stickney, Sargent & Skeels of Ludlow were entered on the docket as attornevs for the libelee, but they did not appear to contest the divorce. Ihe petition asked for $300,000 alimony, but the mat ter not having come before the court, it is the belief an agreement was reached outside. C. C Fitts of Urattleboro ap pea red for the petitioner. Two deposl tions had been filed. Mr. Fiak is a son of Charles Joel Fisk, millionaire New York banker. Mrs. Cobb is the widow of Horace J. Cobb, She has son, William T. Cobb, 11 years old. TRYING PRINCETON PLAN. President Wilson's Ideas Being Expert mented With at Other Colleges. "The preceptorial method of instruc tion inaugurated by President Wilson at l'rinceton university has so amply proved its value that a number of other institutions have been led to adopt it wholly or in part," declares Dr. S. P. C'apen, specialist in higher education of the United States bureau of education, in a statement just issued. Bowdoin col lege is one of the latest converts to the idea, according to Dr. Capen. In Bowdoin college the preceptorial method has been applied to history, government, and English literature. Group conferences of five or six students have replaced "quiz" sections in these subjects. President Hyde finds that the new plan "costs double in money, time, and labor, but bears fruit four-fold in vitality, responsibility and scholarly am bition." One of the developments of the work at Bowdoin has been a course in English composition for the best six writers in college, with six professors to teach them. President Hyde' answers one of the objections sometimes urged against the plan by declaring: "Giving the most vital and costly instmction to a limited number of those who prove most competent to profit by it is not inconsistent with democratic equality of opportunity freely offered to all." Dr. Capen points out that the only .eason many more colleges do not adopt the preceptorial plan is the expense in volved. This plan requires a substan tial increase in teaching force, and suc cessful "preceptors" must be men of high ability, sound training, and culture. To attract such men good salaries must be paid, and Bowdoin proposes to de vote bequests amounting to $000,000 to the single purpose of raising salaries. George Moore, the author of "Esther Waters" and of many other books which have had a multitude of readers, is now living quietly in London working on his reminiscences. He contributes to the May Century Magazine an article com paring Shakespeare with Balzac. This was originally written in the French language, as an address which he gave before a French audience, and he has translated and rewritten it for The Cen tury. Better Babies. The crusade for better babies has spread from coast to coast, and taken firm hold of American mothers. Few women realize how much the ill health of the mother influences the unborn child, both physically and mentally. Women who suffer from mysterious nains. backache, nervousness, mental Ao. Tression, headaches, etc., should rely on Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from roots and herbs, which for nearly forty years has been the standard remedy for these ailments. Advt. Peace in Colorado Coal Camps Over Sun dayNo Settlement With Union Declares Manager. Denver, April 27. Gov. Ellas M. Am mons Saturday night by wire requested President Wilson to "send troops into Colorado immediately" to compose the strike situation. Chief Justice G. W. MuBser of the state supreme court, A. B. King, asso ciate justice, and three others appointed by the governor left late Saturday for Trinidad to investigate the strike situa tion. Gov. Ammons said Saturday: "I have begun a thorough investiga tion of the riots which have occurred in the strike zone within the last week, and when I learn who is to blame for them, the guilty ones will be punished. I intend to see that peace is restored at once. "The affairs in the Southern Colorado coal fields are horrible; they must stop." Irinidad, Col., April 27. Peace m the Colorado coal camps will continue over Sunday if orders given by strike leaders to their followers are obeyed. After a conference late Saturday between Adj. Gen. John Chase and officers of the United Mine Workers of America, John I). Lawson addressed a mass meeting of strikers here and urged them to abstain from any acts of violence until a con ference held in Denver yesterday, in which state officers and citizens endeav ored to effect a settlement of the coal miners' strike. A party carrying a Bed Cross flag and representing itself as being authorized to act for that organization was ordered under military detention Saturday by Gen. Chase at the Ludlow military head quarters and later turned back to Trin idad. ; Gen. Chase explained that he had been informed by Dr. S. P. Morris, Red Cross district representative at Denver, that the party was not authorized to repre sent the organization. The Dartv had gone from Trinidad with the intention of making further search of the ruins of the Ludlow tent colony for bodies. is. J. Alatteson. assistant manager of the Colorado Fuel & Iron company, Sat urday caused to be posted at the com pany's mines copies of a telegram from resident J. f. nelborn, declaring as follows: "There is absolutely no truth in the report on the streets of Trinidad that Mr. Rockefeller has wired me to settle with the union. Neither Mr. Rockefel ler nor anyone else has made such a re quest or suggestion, and the Colorado ruel 6x Jron company will have absolute ly nothing to do with the United Mine v orkers. Some Useful Hints Suggested by Gov ernment Experts. Washington, April 27. Of the various kinds of live stock, poultry is most wide ly adapted to suburban conditions for several reason. It can be handled suc cessfully on a very small amount of land. The waste products from the kitchen and the table may be used to ad vantage as feed. The care of the chick ens is pleasant work, is comparatively simple, 'and may be done by any mem ber of the family. Eggs and dressed poultry are always in demand and may be sold to advantage in any quantity, or used at home, thus furnishing strictly fresh product which is hard to secure under general market conditions; and in addition, the care of poultry may provide recreation for adults, employ ment and good discipline for the chil dren, and be a Bource of income to the housewife, or saving in the food account for the family, say poultry specialists of the department of agriculture. The following breeds are among the most popular in this country: Plymouth Rocks, Wyandottes, Rhode Island Reds, Urpingtons and Single-comb White Leg horns. The Leghorns belong to the egg- laying class of fowhi, lay a white egg and are especially adapted to large, com mercial egg farms, or to sections where a white : egg brings a premium over brown eggs. The other breeds belong to the general-purpose class and lay brown eggs. They are better adapted to the average person, or the farmer who keeps only a small number of fowls, as they are good layers and also ma Re good table poultry. Another advantage of the general purpose breeds is that they will hatch eggs and brood tneir cnickens, while the .Leghorns, and other breeds of the egg-daymg class are non sitters. A great variety of methods of feeding and caring for poultry are used success fully Hatching and brooding, or rearing chickens under hens, is the best method to use where a small number of chickens are raised, and especially if the care is apt to be irregular. Incubators and brooders may be used also, but they in- crease the cost of equipment consider ably. Chickens can be reared under hens successfully by keeping the hens confined m the brood coop, while allow ing the chickens to roam at will. When many fowls are kept in a small space, the ground becomes so foul that in time it becomes difficult to rear chicle ens with good success. In order to avoid this condition, it is advisable to divide the lot and sow part of it with some of the quick-growing grains such as oats, wheat, or rye. By this metliod the yards may be rotated every three or four weeks during the growing sea son, turning the hens onto the growing grain when it is a few inches high. A good combination of grains is oats and wheat in equal parts, sowing 0 or 7 bushels to the acre (43,560 Bq. ft.), and using wheat alone for the last seeding in the falL The prime essentials in poultry houses are fresh air, dryness, sunlight, and space enousrh to keep tha birds comfort able. Allow about four square feet of door space per bird for the general-purpose breeds, and three square feet for the smaller breeds. A good egg-laying ration may be made of a dry mash of equal parts of com meal, bran middlings and beef scrap, which is kept before the birds in a hopper all of the time; and a scratch ration of equal parts of corn, .l . i - - . t l ' . . a a r wneat nnu lira leu in a inter t ii u inches deep twice daily. Regulate this feed so that the birds eat about one- half mash and one-half scratch grain, which will mean feeding about one part of mixed grains daily to twelve Ply mouth Kock hens, or to 14 Leghorns. , In order to utilize the waste table products to the best advantage, a moist mash may be used in place of the dry mash, feeding once daily. If it contains much meat, table scrap may be substituted for the beef scrap; if not, merely add it to the mash given above. , Foley Kidney Pills Successful for Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble Positive in action for backache, weak back, rheumatism, kidney and bladder troubles. P. J. Boyd, Ogle, Texas, writes: "After taking two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills, my rheumatism and kidney trouble are completely gone." Safe and. effective. Advt. WHEN YOUR CHILD CRIES USE COMFORT POWDER Ten chances to one it is because he 'is suffering from a sore, chafed skin, which Nurse Carson of Barre, Vt., says may be quickly healed by Comfort Powder no matter how severe the case may be. Get the genuine with signature of E. S. Sykee. Advt. Hake sure ef getting the best Mustard, Spices and Flavoring Eitracts by saying te year grocer, "Stickney & Poor's" ESTATE OF EDMUND C. GLADDING State of Vermont, District of Washington, se. The Honorable Probate Court for the Dis trict Aforesaid: To the heirs and all persons interested in the saute of Edmund C. Gladding, late of Barre. in said district, deceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, application bath been made to this court ui writing, by the administrator, rrank L. Small, praying lor license and au thority to sell all of real estate of aaid de ceased situated in the city of Barre, in said district, including the homestead right and the interest of the widow therein, repre senting to said court that it would be ben eficial to the heirs u. all sassta inter ested In the estate of aaid dareaaed. to sell said real estate and convert tee same into money. And bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs to said estate residing In this state, and setting forth the situation of the real estate. W HEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the th day of May, 1!) 14. at the probate office in Montpelier, in eaid district. to hear and decide upon said applica tion and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to all persons interested therein, by publishing tid order, together with the time and place dL hearing, three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates in tha neighbor hood or those persons Interested In said es tate, all of which publications shall be previous to the day a Aimed for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ap pear before said court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in aid court to make your objections to the granting of sues license, if you aee cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, in said district, this ISrh day of April, ldlei MARY J. CUTLER, Register. April 20-27 May Examinations for Fireman All who desire to take examinations for the vacancy in the fire department can take same at the council chamber Saturday. Mar 2. at 2 n. m. Application blanks can be obtained at the city clerk s ohicu or from chief of fire department. All applications properly executed and signed must be m the bawls of Are com mittee by Friditv, Mnv 1, at 7 p. m. KDW1X KKAST, F. W. BANCROFT, JOHN F. COOK, Fire Committee. April 27-29-30 DING A LING. "HELLO!" "Hello 1" "Well, that's too bad." "A ba!" "Yes, it's a bad break, but vou needn't worry, as we can fix it good a new." ELECTRICAL REPAIRS Barre Electric Co. 135 North Main St Whelock Block, Telephone 98-W BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Pianos and orsrans tuned and remind. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also manager ef The Harris Orchestra Music furnished for any oecaelon. 16 SPAULDING STREET Phone lzl-W EDWIN W. BRUCE nOIIS SOLOIST AKD TEACHER Pupil ef the Famnea fercik. Vienna Ravel High School, and Marteen, Berlin High Scheel TERMS II. PEE LESSON Also leader of the Barre Opera Honse and Mcntpeller Military Band Orchestras IS NELSON ST. PHONE 411-11 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE - - . 342-21 TRY Reliable Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Just be sure that you buy Foley's Honey and lar Compound it is a reli able medicine for coughs,' colds, croup, whooping coughs, bronchial and la grippe coughs, wbicn are weakening to the 8-s tem. It also gives prompt and definite results for hoarseness, tickling throat, and stuffy, whecry breathing. Advt. A Card W j 4hm nnfaraifraf An Ktfiv aulas to refund the money on a 60 -cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Synip of Tar, if it fails to cure your cough or cold. We also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory, or money refunded. Bed Cross Pharmacy, Barre Drug Store, C. H. KendrVk Co. J. D. MeAithur, George L. Edsoa, McAllister Bras, W. H. Miles A Co, I. A. Camming. D. C Howard. E. A. Drown. i. W. Paianater. Special! Two acres land, barn, henhouse, within five min utes of business section. Large two - story house with double -deck porch; fine view; good dry soil, early and fine for garden ing. House is in fine re pair; has two five-room tenements. Buy this ; live in part and enjoy it, be sides making a good living from the land. Easy terms, price only $3,000.00. You will want to look, this up at once, as it is an excep tional chance. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGCY. WELCOME SOAP for whiter clothes and easier washdays. All dealers have it Manufactured by Lever Bros. Cos., Cam bridge, Mae. Notice to Users of City Water Your attention is. called to section 12, page 21, of the ordinances of the city of Harre, which reads as follows: Ko alterations in any water pipe or water fixtures whereby the consumption of water is increased shall be made without giving notice to and obtaining a permit from the water superintendent. No plumber, or other persons, shall make any alterations in or additions to any water pipe or fixtures aforesaid, unless the owner or agint shows a permit therefor signed by the superintendent of the water department, and then only to the extent stated therein. Any person violating this ordinance will be prosecuted. (Signed) M. I). KEEFE, JOHN F. COOK, A. E. BRUCE, Water Committee. MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS 121 North Main Street Barre, Veraent FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found. For Sale, To Let, etc. ahort s-lver-tisementa . at the rate of four lines for twenty-five cents for the first Insertion and Bve cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BUY THAT FARM NOW! JUST TIME TO CET LOCATED TO BEGIN WORK ON THE LAND YOU WILL BUY CHEAPER AT THIS TIME A ,m ami little home 1 mile from Wil liamstown on the main highway, in good locatW-n and very pleasantly situated. Five acres of good land, fruit trees, etc., etc. house and barn, all in good, com fnrtahle ahane: mint be told at once, and it 1 chean at S 1.600.00. - . elf NO. 782 FARM. STOCK AND TOOLS, all twadv for business, for only 82.600.00 ; new g-room house, completed only a short time airo : good comfortable barns ; very early, productive land ; there are 96 acres, suitably divided; lust the right site for one man to operate; u located so near Williamstown one could work in the sheds if he cared to do so, as it is only 8 miles distant ; personal prop erty consists of 6 cows, S yearlings, pair horses, SO hens, S H. P. gas engine, drag saw, ensilage eutter, circular aaw, wheel harrow, 2 smoothing harrows, ' mowing ma chine, horse rake, har tedder, 2-horse weeder, 1-home weeder, horse hoe, 2-horse farm wag on, 1-horae farm wagon, 1 buggy, buckboard, sleigh, cream separator, set 2-horse sleds, set 1-home sleds, harnesses, and all small tools ; all for $2,600.00. Please bear in mind that this is not a back farm, but within easy driving distance of Williamstown. Might take a house ia part payment. 28tf NO. 71ft 100-ACRE 12-COW FARM, with 2 houses, for only tl.275.00 if sold by May 1 ; all machine worked; sugar bush of 600 to 800 maDes and Quantity ol growing spruce; one-half mile to school : 8 miles from town, and 1 miles to one of the best markets in the state; terms, 8600.00 down. ZStf Nf. 784 OS-ACRE PLACE near South Roy- alton for only 11,600.00.; will keep 16 cows; barn 60 feet long, with basement ana sue; 7-rmm house : fruit and sugar orchard ; mail im ArttvmrvA : there ia a creamery only Hi miles distant, and school is one-half mile from the buildings; tuts is an extra gooq value. tf Vf 7fiK 7K-ACRE PLACE IN EAST MONTPELIER with tools, at a bargain. 28tf We are selling a great many farms and can offer you some exceptional oargvinn. Ask for eur new Farm Catalogue. 28tf THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Hnlan.f,T Building Telephone Connection Barre, t. SMITH & DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS Have Just Listed Some New Spring Real Estate Prepoeidensi in !7o. FOR SALE Farm, stock and tools. im t,ni balance pasture and rvdlanri 400 or 600 sugar trees and euqip- ment; large fruit orchard; softwood timber enough for farm, and 1.000 cords of wood; farm will keep 10 cows and team, at the present time, and eaa be made to keep more; 2 basement-barns, and horse barn ; 8-room house, buildings in very good shape; water at house and barn; H mile to school, 8 miles to good R a town; 8 eows. bull, pair of horsee. 1 ehoata, 2 hens, work and drive harnesses. 2-horse wagon, buggy, alede. mow ing machine, horse rake, hay tedder, spring tooth harrow, smoothing harrow, cultivators, corn planter, horse hoe, cream separator, cream cans, grindstone and all small tools; the whole outfit for only 82,600, part cash. 81U Vft 171. FOR SALE One of the best prop ositions in the state of Vermont ; 160 acres. 10 acres of machine-mowed neios, pasture and woodiana: son wooo farm and plenty of hard wood; 600 sugar trees and fruit orchard; farm will cut 100 tons of bay and keep 40 to 60 head of stock and team ; large new, round, basement Darn, 44 ktanrhions, IS stalls and box stall, sikj. ehickenhouse; extra good liS-room bouse; wa ter at house and bam ; hi mile to acnooi, on R. F D. and telephone lines; 80 Holstein cows, a 8600 team of horses, 12 calves, T nogs, 28 hens, gasoline engine, cream separator, en- eilage cutter and carrier, manure spreader. dump cart and farm wagon, express wagon, buggy, sled and aleighe. mowing machine, horse rake, tedder, plows, harrows, cultiva tors, double and single, work and drive har nemea. all dairv and small tools: everything slick and in the best of condition. This farm, stock and tools must be seen to be appreciat ed: only miles to Barre city, rrice ior , 812.000 ; 86.000 cash. r at i, 81tf LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre - - Vermont Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. J.'W. DILLON I and 4 Bolster Block Bam, Vt. Ernest H. flancroft. M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Surgesn Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, 861-11 Ala the People's Line OFFICE AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARRB NO. 172. FOR SALE Two new,, modern houses, on one of the best residence streets in Montpelier, Vt. ; these properties are ad joining properties; each house has 7 rooms and bath, aside from hails and closets: big deep porches on front: all finished in hard wood, witn poitsnea noors, eiecinc fnnu kjtt. cit water, hot and cold : gas ; cellar under all with cement bottom: large lota, with room for garden and garage; uiese properties are new, slick and up-to-date in every way ; are owned by a non-resident, who wishes to use the money invested for another business; so the price will be made low, with lay . payments. lu NO. 178. FOR SALE Death of owner nliM this nice home on the market ; two- story house of 8 rooms and bath ; porch on , . A ... w.kt A win. dow, electric lighta and gas. steam heat, hot and rvirt snnne water, screen ooors ami wiu- rfnn Um lot 7 ft. front bv HO ft. deep. making room tor cottage, u wwirru. on ide and garage on the other ; nice snaoe trees : beautiful borne. 2 minutes to electric m and minutM in center ot town: price. 84.000: one-half cash. . 81tf NO. I7S. FOR SALE Cottage of 7 rooms. bath and pantry, built in 1900; bay-window; porch on two sides ; city and spring water, hot and cold : house is nicely finished in hard ntna. Dart hardwood floors : very convenient cellar with cement bottom : big lot of land, 8 rods front and 6 deep, with fruit and shade trees ; 6 minutes to electric car line, few steps to school, and 10 minutes to the business cantor. A rand slick Drortosition for only 82.000: terms can be arranged. Sltf We are listing new propositions In farm and town property, and are making a good number of sales and can find you the deal you are looking for. On account of our in creasing business we are obliged to have an other room in the Howland-Cave building, making two front rooms, and our address will be 8-8-18 Howland-Cave Building, Barre City, Vt Phone 876 TO RENT TO RENT A tenement at 64 Wellington street, best in city; will be ready May 1; all modern improvements. George . Mann, 64 Wellington street. 36tf TO R'SNT Garage at 26 Maple avenue; room for one machine. Apply to O. N. Can ton, "tf FURNISHED ROOM One large furnished room to rent to one or two parties. Inquire at S2 Ayera street, up stairs. 8t3 TO RENT Suite of two rooms in block, ready May 1. Apply to R. S. Currier. 8tf FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT -All mod ern conveniences ; with or without board. 81 Keith avenue. 't FURNISHED ROOM Furnace heat, elce trio lights, next to bath I use of telephone ; corner f Eastern avenue and East street, 'Phone 78-11 or inquire of Fred E. Cults at McWhorter-s store. 2tf ROOM TO RENT Inquire O. H. Hale, City Auction Market. 1" OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT In Aldrich block- all convenience. Apply to either of trustees. John Trow. N. D. Phelps or Alex. Gordon. tf POULTRY FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggs for settimr: f 1.0(1 per IS. M. i. Hamel, 106 South Main street, Barre, Vt. 8"t2 SILVER CAMPINE EGGS for hatching; 11.60 per 16; prise-winning stock and splendid layers; Jacobus strain. Mrs. W. R. Gale, Barre, Vt ; telephone 8S8-1S. 84tl6 FOR SALE NOTICE Owing to our purchase of the Jurv raa plant at Montpelier, we are able to dis pose of all of our equipment or part of same. J. P. Saporiti V Co., Burnham'a meadow. 87t6 FOR SALE 1 pair of work horses, age 9 and 10 years ; weight. 2,500 ; sound in every way, and good workers. John Riddel, Wil liamstown, Vt ; Orange Co. 'phone 78-7. 87t6 FOB SALE One 6-year-old mare, weigh 1,000 lb. I also desire work with 2-hors toam. Loose hay for sale. W. H. Clouuh. Camp atrurt . . 8at6 FOR SALE New and second-hand bicycles with brand new tires, at prices ranging from $10 to 816. Inquire A. M. Flanders. 198 North Main street 8416 HORSES FOR SALE Three young heavy draft homes. H. P. Hinman, R. V. D. No. 1. Barre, Vt. ; N. E. and Orange Co, 'phones. y 84 tf FOR SALE Horse weighing about 1,200 lbs. ; kind and true and a good worker. In quire of C. G. Perrin, East Hill, Barre. 83l6 PIGS FOR SALE 100 4-weeka-old pigs for sale at $4.00 each ; have been selling at $5.00, but have cut the price to $4.00 to close them out quickly. W. H. Martin, Plain field, Vt; N. t. 'phone 848-4 Montpelier; also Orange County 'phone. 88tia FOR SALE Two pair work horses. E. A. Cutler, Orange, Vt; N. E. and People' 'phone. 22tt ANCONAS EQGS for setting from a very fine laying strain ; 60c for 13. E. J. Dion, 24 Brook street. 83t6 FOR SALE Columbian Wyandotte and Rhode Island Red eggs, per setting 60c Mrs. F. K. Bailey, 'phone 365-W. 8U18 FOR SALE Columbian Wyandotte eggs for batoning; $1 for setting. 'Phone 89-W: A. C. Moore, 4t) Orange street 9- V , aotf FOR SALE Columbian and Buff Wyan dotte eggs at reasonable prices; extra good layers. C. II. Kenereon, 80 thuren street, Barre. Vt !"tf IX) R SALE Registered Jersey bull (Ban dit, 16 months old: registry No. 116362 : cheap if taken at once; nice color and a good one. Spencer Miner, People's line tel. con nection. 8-18 ; Washnigton. Vt 8tli POTATOES OF QUALITY If you want the best eating Potatoes you ever saw or want some for seed this spring, don't fail to communicate with us. . Special price in five-bushel lots or more; satisfaction guaranteed. A. T. Smith & Son, East Hill. Barre, Vt.; tel. 286-1; box 298. , 17ti AMERICAN DOMINIQUE EGGS for hatch Ing, 81.60 for 15; from atock winning blue ribbon at state show. H. P. Hinman. R. t. D. No. 1, Barre, Vt; New Eng. A Orange County 'phone. 18tf FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, fine laying strain; will deliver them; $1.00 per setting. Alex. Ken me, ZOO Boutb Mam street letl' BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS for hatching : excellent general purpose strain ; eggs, $1.00 and $1.50 per It. C. A.' Merrill, 73 Long street; 'p.'ion Z48-1S. 14U WANTED WANTED-Light housework by young girl in respectable family ; a good home with small pay. Address "H," care Times office. aio PULP WOOD WANTED I am now con tracting for peeled spruce, fir and poplar pulp wood, for fall and winter delivery ; cash paid for softwood stumpage and lumber lots. H. P. Hinman. R. F. D. No. 1, Barre, Vt : N. E. and Orange Co. 'phones. 87tf POSITION WANTED An experienced woman would like a position as housekeeper or doing housework. Inquire by letter of "A," care Times office. 35t3 WORK WANTED Housework ; will go out by the day or take in work. Call at 146 North Seminary street or 'phone 151-13. 8-tf MISCELLANEOUS REGARDING B. T. BABBITT'S TRADE MARKS Bring 100 trade marks to W. H. Conner's Sporting Good Store, Barre, Vt, for an Imported 7-piece china cake set or salad set. Bring 76 trade marks for an 11- pitce NUCUT glass service set Bring 50 trade marks for an imported ch'.na salad bowl. Trade marks good from Babbitt' Best Soap. 76 Soap Powder. Babbitt s l ye. Halibut i Naphtha Soap, Babbitt's White floating Soap, and Babbitt Cleanser. Send fr catalogue. 87tl PLOWS AND HARROWS SULKY PLOWS $35.00 to $45.0$ DRAG PLOWS ......... $8.50 te $12.68 The best wheel harrow made; lightest draft with bail bearings, with smooth wheel and cutaway, with or without tongueless truck. Spring tooth and smoothing harrow. Sixty-cent separator oil while it last for 85 cent per gallon. Bring your cans.- A. W. ALLEN CO. Sannyside Farm. Barre, Vt Telephone 148 SEED POTATOES IRISH COBBLER. ALLEN'S FAVORITE. HAMMOND'S WONDERFUL. THE COB BLER FOR EARLY. ALLEN'S FAVORITE FOR MAIN CROP. HAMMOND'S WON DERFUL, THE BEST - LATE POTATO GROWN, BEING HARD AND MEALY UN TIL AUGUST. A. W. ALLEN CO. Sunnyside Farm, Barre, Vt Telephone 14$ For Sale Repairs for all kinds of farm machinery. If you prefer, bring your plows, harrows. epa rator, engine or other machinery right to our warehouse, and we will put on new part and adjust thm accurately for you. W know how we can save you time, money and worry. A. W. ALLEN CO. Sannyside Farm Telephone 141 BABCOCK BUGGIES Probably the best known Bug gies on the market, especially their "Happy Thought" springs. WE SELL LOTS OF THEM COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER WE WILL MAIL YOU $1 for full sets of old false teeth, in any condition ; partial sets in proportion. Mail to Dixon Dental Co., Dorchester. Masa. 24t6 DRESSMAKER will go out by the day or take sewing home. Call at 18 Summer street or telephone 168-W. 26tf GEORGE T. DURKEE. chair repaired and recaned and refinished ; basket seats or pith put in ; prees-in seats a specialty ; all work done satisfactorily, called for and delivered; term strictly cash: shop in rear of 218 South Main street ; telephone 429-3. - lBt24 W. P. DURKEE. PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER, residence. 4 Elmore street; tele phone 806-X : express wagon for sale or ex change for lighter one. 19126 Lawns and Garden Work FOR SALE OR TO RENT Cottage house; 6 rooms, pantsg. bath, laundry room, outdoor sleeping porch, furnace heat gas, electricity, hot and cold water, with large porch and gar den and email henhouse: East street exten sion; rent 320.00. 21tf I have bought the late D. T. Jameson's team and tools, and I am now prepared to do all kinds of land grading, beautifying lawns, cutting hedges, plowing gardens, also small concrete jobs and light teaming. J. K. ANDERSON 40 Maple Avenue, Barre Tel. 173-4 FORTY-NINERS WE HAVE A BIG ASSORTMENT TOP BUUGIES for $49.00 (X)NTORDS for 49.00 KXl'RESS WAGOXS for 49.00 RUNABOUTS for 49.00 COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER HELP WANTED SALESMAN WANTED to look after our in tercet in Washington and adjacent eountiax : salary or commission. Address The Victor Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohie. 87tl WANTED AT ONCE A firat-elaa bed setter. The World Granite Co.. Last Barre. Vt 86t7 WANTED On a farm at Benjamin Falls. middle-aged woman or experienced girl for general housework. Mrs. Geo. Benjamin. Barre R. F. D. No. 8; telephone 84-2, Mont pelier. 86tf WANTED A machine polisher. Milne, Circle street Alex, 86t3 WANTED Young man 18 or 20 year old to work on farm ; must be good milker. Tele phone Montpelier 888-W ; J. L. Buck, East Montpelier, Vt 85t WANTED A girl to do general housework in a boardinghouse in Webstervilie. Tel. 308-3, Mrs. Pratt UStf WANTED AT ONCE A good capable girt or woman for general housework ; good wages. Apply to Mrs. M. Uosiant, Lnestoro, vt 84ti WANTED A middle-aged woman for housework. Mrs. George McFarland, 285 So. Main treet; phone 8J7-W. atl STUDEBAKER TRUCKS DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases peculiar to Women Office H.jrs 3 te 4 P. M. Taesdsy, Thursday and Saturday Als by Appointment ' 14 and IS Blanchard Bailing TL 88 MIDWIFERY Having had many year' experience, I am prepared to serve any who may need the serv ice of a midwife or obstetric nurse. Address Mrs. Elizabeth La Clair 84 Summer St Telephone 178-18 Barre, Vt DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in fioom 35, Alilea Building Office hour. M. It to 11 R and 1 :30 to 4 P. Monday, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection That Worn-Out Feeling with los of appptite, constipation, bil iousness, sick headache, is nature's warn ing that you need a good spring medi cine. Get a bottle of Baxter's Mandrake Bitter to-day. Sold everywhere, liquid or tablets, 25 centa. FOR RENT Tenement Branch street; 112.00. FOR RENT Tenement Branch street ; 16.00. of 8 ot 8 room on 21tf room on ltf FOR SALE Rubber-tired road and apeed eart 21tf Telephone 814-1 H. A. PHELPS CO. Cigar. Thirty-nine years' continuous in creased aala tells ita own story. Fac tory, Manchester, N. EL Me J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BASSE, VL Telephone aso-x WILLIAMSTOWN, Vt Telephone 381-a r ! JEWELRY 1 1 When YOU want a piec-2 of Jewelry, come in and seej our splendid display. J 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler I zns main bu, boi Agency ir "Beetea Aatericaa" in Barre. J Safety and Service you will always get with a Studebaker lruck. A lrucK is no oetter tnan its poorest wheel. All Felloes Bent, Not Sawed in a Studebaker. Wide track, wide tires, bolsters with wrought iron sockets and removable wood standards. Prices: $35.00 and $37.50 Lighter Trucks in narrow track at lower prices A. W. ALLEN CO. Sannyside Farm, Barre, Vt Telephone 148 House Painting, Paper Hanging also AUTO, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTING All work done in workmanlike manner and at moderate prices. JOHN C. DODGE 188 South Main Street Telephone 42S-1 127 Seuth Main Street Auction Sate WANTED A smart capable woman to take charge of small laundry: must be expe riencod and recommended: 38.00 a week to one who wants a permanent place. Apply to L. Smith, bupt, iiaremoni uenerai Hos pital, Clanexnont N. H. 38U8 WANTED A capable girl for general housework ; good wages. Apply at 26 Loom! street Montpelier, Vt 32tf WANTED Experienced kitchen girl for Kel logg Boardingnou, it School street, Mont pelier. Vt aitf WANTED Chambermaids; one girl dish pantry and laundry ; one girl linen room, at once; waitress. May 13. Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier, Vt 81tl2 WANTED AT ONCE A few more reliable men to learn to repair and drive auto and prepare to fill vacancies at salaries of 316 to 330 per week for spring; write, stating age. Maine Auto Company. 778 Forest avenue, Portland. Maine Woodford Station). 30U6 WANTED AT ONCE A kitchen girl, timore Lunch Room. Apply after 7 :30. BaU 2tf 32.60 PER DAY paid one woman or man in each town to distribute free circular and take orders for concentrated flavoring in tubes ; permanent position. J. S. Ziegler Co., Chicago. . 7t3 HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS FOR THE WATERLOO CEMENT MACHINERY CORPORATION OF WATERLOO, IOWA. we can supply you with Concrete Mixers, Builders' Hoists, Elevators, and Contractors' K.miinmcnt. We have Small Cement Mixers that will interest you ; 10 days' free trial. For particulars write or telephone WOOD GREGOIRE Telephone Connection Barre. Vermont at the CITY AUCTION MARKET May2,at1.30ani17P.M. Watch for our list this week. Frivate sale every day. Auction sales attended anywhere or time you wish. Telephone 254-M. 0. II, HALE, Auctioneer Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 28. 1318 TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: 7.20 A. M. Cafy. Pt Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 12:25P.M.Daily. except Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 2:30 P.M. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 9 :30 P.M. Da-'1', for Welle River and intermediate sta tions. Has through Pullman sleeping car for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m.