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THE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BAItltE, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUXE 3, 1914.
T ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FBOM DIFFERENT SECTIONS . Thirteen marriage license were issued In Rutland in May. The largest class in the history of the Vergennes high school will be graduated from there this week, 22 young men ana women having finished the course. Mrs. Kellie Ellison, who fell through a skylight in Springfield last week, is still in a serious condition, being yet unable to see out of either eye. A. K. Honsinger of Swanton Center has sold honey from Italian bees for 80 years and now has 25 hives. The an nual yield is about 1,500 pounds. Nelson J. Fortier of Rutland, a scale-wsm-lr or has tiled a petition in bankrupt cy with Clerk F. S. Piatt of the United fitstes court. He has liabilities of $622.44 and assets of $200, all claimed exempt. A West river branch train, near Brat tleboro, ran three miles and a quarter last Monday behind 21 young cattle that bad strayed from a pasture onto the track and refused to vacate. Two of the pnimals fell through a culvert and had to be dug out. Leo Hayes, the 12-year-old son of Mr. nd Mrs. Daniel Hayes of East Charlotte, avas struck in the face on the school grounds, last week, by a baseball, and ft will be some time before he will be ble to attend school. In Wilmington, Memorial day, two me morial tablets were dedicated in connec tion with the exercises appropriate to the day. One bears the names of 115 Civil war veterans accredited to Wil mington, and the other the names of 75 Jfeterans of the war of the Revolution. According to figures filed by the listers n the town clerk's office, the town of Ira bad 7.175 maple trees available and not tapped last season; 4,880 trees were tapped; 1,750 pounds of maple sugar were made and 1,000 gallons of maple syrup. Mrs. Peter Hamel and Miss Mary Markev, two Vergennes women, are heirs to part of the estate of an uncle, who died recently in Kansas City, and each will receive in the vicinity of $5,000. Mrs. Hamel is a hardworking woman but Intimated that an increased bank ac count would not make her live a life of idleness. THE BUSINESS FARMER'S CORNER THE IMPORTANCE OF LEGUME CROPS Stray bullets are petting rather too plentiful in Middlebury to please the in habitants. On a recent evening Mrs. Ed on Wissell was sitting in a hammock on the porch of her home and just as ihe left it, a bullet whizzed by, so near the hammock that had she not risen he would have been hit. It struck igainst the brick wall of the house. Beginning September 6, Vergennes will for a week observe the centenary of the building in that city of the fleet which defeated the British in the battle of Lake Champlain at Plattsburg. N. Y., Sep tember 11. 1814. Vermont has appro priated $4,000 for a monument to Com modore McDnnough and the federal gov ernment is now considering a bill which, If it passes, will give $15,000 toward the monument and the Vergennes celebration. The managers of the Island park at Brattleboro are endeavoring to gee me hAll field in as firood condition as possible for the coming season. The flood of April 21 left a heavy deposit of river and -which was hard to remove. As soon as the ground was dry enougn wag tms and men began the work of cleaning the field and it is expected that the dia mond will be in good condition before the league season opens. W. P. Gardner of Burlington and Harry L.HIllman, his brother-in-law, are to open a new hotel at Isle La Motte, palled Oardehill. The place will be kept bpen the year around, as the fishing is pood In winter as well as summer. Mr. pardner la at present manager of the Van Ness house, Burlington, and Mr. JHillman is athletio director of Dart mouth college. A motorcyclist, speeding through Mid- Elebury, frightened a horse being led by iram Kingsland so that it jumped into the carriage and knocked Mr. Kingsland to the ground. For some time he was Unconscious, but escaped without brok en bones, although he. was badly bruised. The horse being driven and the one being led ran for some distance. The motor fcyclist did not stop. Frederick Jones of Castlcton won a rold medal at the track meet in Cam ridge, N. Y, by winning the 880-yard dash in two minutes, eight and a quar ter "seconds, this breaking the record held there for 16 years. Cleon Whitcomb has on exhibition in Springfield a freak strawberry, resem bling a human hand, showing plainly the thumb and fon.r fingers. Charles I. Button of Middlebury re cently dug up a parsnip in his garden which, according to credible eye wit nesses of the event, measured three feet In length. The fair ground committee at St. Johnsbury having in charge a Fourth of July celebration has offered $.300 for three good horse races and is to engage two strong ball teams for a contest. Rev and Mrs. Robert L. Caster return pd to AVhiting from their visit in New York City on Thursday. Mrs. Caster is suffering from an injured foot, the result of a trolley accident while in the city. JOHN HENDERSON "Among various causes that have led to the abandonment of land once culti vated there is no doubt that the great est single cause has been the failure to utilize legume crops. Without the ra tional use of legumes in a rotation, the depletion of nitrogen and the conse quent falling off in productivity are cer tain to occur." The above statement is made by the department of agriculture in connection with the use of legume crops in rotation methods of farming. It is rarely pos sible to keep up the supply of nitrogen from the humus derived irom non-ie-guminous plants. "There are sixteen important legu minous field crops in the United States namely, red clover, alfalfa, cowpeas, alsike clover, crimsen clover, white clo ver, soy beans, peanuts, Canada peas, hairy vetch, common vetch, velvet beans, Japan clover, sweet clover, and beggar weed. "In comparatively few cases does it happen that one of these legumes can be used in place ot anotner," continues mu statement. "Cases in which there is a choice are red clover, alfalfa, alsike clo ver and sweet clover; soy beans, pea nuts and Japan clover; crimson clover, hairy vetch and bur clover; velvet beans and beggar weed. The department has been frequently asked by farmers, where there is a choice ot legumes aimpueu to the same purpose, which one adds the most nitrogen to the soil. Choosing Legumes "To some extent this is determined by the amount of nitrogen contained in the crop. Thus, of 1,000 pounds of green plants cowpeas contain on the average 3.7 pounds, common vetch 4.1 pounds, Canada peas 4.3 pounds, mammoth clo ver 4.4 pounds, crimson clover 4.6 pounds, velvet beans 5.4 pounds, hairy vetch 5.5 pounds, sweet clover 5.8 pounds, alBike clover 6.0 pounds, soy beans 6.5 pounds, red clover 6.8 pounds, alfalfa 7.4 pounds, and bur clover 8.5 pounds of nitrogen. "Additional advantages considered more or less important in connection with green manuring are based on the root structure of the plant Unques tionably legumes with stout roots which penetrate the soil to considerable depths do have a somewhat similar effect to a sub8oilcr and, furthermore, put vegeta ble matter at depths which shallow rooted plants cannot reach. "Investigations prove the high value of the common legume crops, whether used in rotation or as green manure crops. Results obtained from their use are far more striking in poor soils than in rich soils." Lively Chicks . Healthy, disease proof, prove A Poultry Regulator fkgt. Ma, Mo, too, tl.00; u a. pM f W best for parent birds sod young Mock. It helpa digfltKn--keepa the liver on tl Job and pnriflci the blood. iiskss mora sga ana stronger chlfki. , Ruea aubJtlttrtes; Insist on PratH. 3 Satiif actios Guaranteed or Montr Back SCtaCSi ' E. L. CLARK ADOPTING BEES Bridal Bouquets! Now is the season for weddings, and remember that shower bouquets are our specialty. (Send for list of flowers and bed ding plants. BURLINGTON VERMONT Not a Hazardous Undertaking E. KNEELAND Agriculturist and Fruit Grower. If the amount of time required to look after bees successfully is considered, in proportion to the revenue derived, the most indifferent must regard beekeep ing a very sound investment. A beginner with bees would do well to visit somo'one who keeps them and spend the day learning the ins and outs of their management how to tell the queens, workers and drones, about the opening of hives and handling of frames. But before buying any bees send for a hive and study all its parts. Usually bees are bought hive and all, but fre quently the hive is not the right sort and the bees have to be transferred. An outfit of five hives and all necessary tools for starting can be bought for about $11. A good, select, tested queen, suitable for starting with, will cost $.i. Start with a one-frame nucleus in eai'h hive, which, if properly managed, will make strong colonies by fall. These will cost $'2 each. Bees Easily Suited. Location is not important. The town or village dweller will find the rear of the Jot the best place. the ground about the hives ehould be kept smooth and the grass mown. Never keep bees near the highway, or lawsuits may re. suit from bee stings, loo much shade is as bad for bees as too little. Strike a happy medium, and if the hives are exposed to strong wind build a wind break of some kind to protect them. Bees are divided into two classes- workers and drones, the Italians are the most profitable and the easiest to handle, being very gentle. The Italian worker bee has a distinguishing char acteristic namely, three yellow bands. The workers make all the honey and us ually work themselves to death in three months, while the drones live even a shorter time. The queen often lives four or five years, as she does very little outdoor work. Every swarm has a queen, whose duty consists in laying eggs for hatching future workers and drones, and a healthy queen will lay during her life time from 100,000 to 1,200,000 eggs. Swarming is generally the result of a colony outgrowing its hive, but by using larce hives this will be in a measure prevented. Bees must be able to find plenty of honey bearing plants in order to pro duce honey. The basswood ranks next to alfalfa, sage and white clover as the best honey producer. Buckwheat and all kinds of flowers supply bees with honey making material. An average of 35 pounds of honey per hive can be counted on in good seasons. THE SPRING CLEAN-UP Cigar. Thirty-nine year' continuous in treated sal tells its own. story. Fac tory, Manchester. N. E. Housecleaning in the Poultry Yard s. F. PIERCE With the coming of spring, when fowls snend more time out of doors, the poul- tryman should don his overalls and jumper and set tnings onsmy to rais There are the houses to clean out, disin fect and w hitcwash ; fences to look over and Doseiblv mend; yards to rake up spade and sow to rye or oats; brooders and broodine coops to paint and clean and colony houses to get in shape. The poultry house should be done thorouffhlv. Clean out all litter and sand on the floor, take out the nest boxes (which should never be attached to the wall), burn all nesting material and then whitewash with well-slaked lime. to which has been added some good dis infectant or carbolic acid in the propor tion of one and one-half fluid ounces to one gallon of whitewash, and the easi est way to apply this is to use a small compressed air sprayer, which comes for the purpose. Go over the entire house with a broom and whitewash it, making sure the whitewash gets into every crack and corner. After the house has dried out put in four or five inches of Band or dry earth on the floor and over it six inches of litter. Resetting the Fences The fence may need resetting, as the frost often heaves the posts out, ui plumb. If new posts are neeoea, uiy the butts in some creosote preparation in order to preserve them, and do not waste time and money on cneap w ' for it soon rusts and is always naro io keep in shape. If heavy woven wire used, the corner and gate posts should be heavier than the line posts, and have cross pieces made of 2 by 6-ineli mate rial nailed to the butts, one six inches from the end and the other on the oppo site side two feet from the butt end, to serve as anchors and prevent loosen-.... Uf course the double yard system is the best for yarded fowls that is, each . . r ,- i 1 1, pen has the run or a irom anu u:. yard, and while they are using one a crop of oats or rye is planted in the other. As soon as the green blades are up three inches, the fowls are turned into it and the other yard dug up and planted. However, if space is lacking, the only alternative is to keep the yard free from filth by spading it every two weeks or so, and a fruit tree set in tne yard will provide shade, yield a good supply of luscious fruit, and add anoth er bit of pleasant green to the surround ings. Plums seem to ao particularly well in the poultry yard. In setting them out, however, provide protection to the roots by laying stones around the trees or the fowls will soon destroy them. Copyright. 1914, by Mora International Agency, wvi iiauv c . i ESTATE OF ORAMEL H. BEED State of Vermont. DUtrict of Washington, aa. Th Honorable Probata Court for tb Dis trict Aforesaid: , . , , To the hairs and all person. Interested In the eatate of Oramel H Reed, letej of t h e ci ty of Barre in said district, deceased, WHEREAS, application hath been made to thla court In writing, by the executor, m O. Worthen, praying for license and author ity to sell all of real eetate of said deceased U to wit: Situated in the city of Barre in said district, representing to said court that it would be beneficial to the heirs and all per sona interested in the estate of said deceasd, to sell said real estate and convert the same into money. , And bringing into eourt 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. ia wirBiTTTpnw tha aairi court amiointed and aaaiitned the 25th day of June. 1914, at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district. u- a djwMrii unnn aaid aDDlica- tion and petition, and ordered public notice K... ,A trivmn tn all neraons interested therein, by publishing said order, together with the time and place of hearing, three ..k. .i,a.ivI In the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates in the neighbor hood of those persons lnterestea in saiu e tate. all of which publications shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ap pear before said court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in said court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, in said district, this 2d day of June, 1914. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. June 8-10-17 FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Tim arlll tmblish Wants, Lost nd Found, For Sale. To Let, etc. short s'ej" tisements at the rate of four lines Ior ,"m ty-flve cants for the first insertion and nve cents for each subsequent insertion. room for light housekeeping. 8 Mnple Grove street. 68" REAL ESTATE FOR SALE T.'n o nr'T TnttmAnfr. ft A mnma In frond 1 V. IV HI"' ' " - - - ' i . : . , Ho.nn.hU. in ru vacant about Juno is! Inuqire of Robinson & McAllister, Aldrich block. FOR SALE Cottage house of rooms Jt 40 Pleaaant street: good cellar, a M 5 rd; long and 8 rds. deep: hot and cold water i e!tri" light. Inquire at 81 Merchant street. FARM and close SMALL FARM FOR SALE IN CABOT; . ..i . inn nearly 1,000 good maples ; good running water at house , 1 . i i.j . miiat sell to iarmine- tools with farm. See O. H. Smith. Marshfleld ; Clyde Lance of Cabot : or Eliaha May. administrator Mnndana Meader estate, St. Johnsbury , Vt ESTATE OF NELLIE M. SILVER State of Vermont. District of Washington, ye. The Honorable Probate Court for the District Aforesaid: . . , , To all persons interested in the estate of Nellie M. Silver, late of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 24th day of June next, lor examining ana allowing the account of the executor of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said eetate to the lawful claim ante of the same, and ordered that public no tice thereof be given to all persons interested in said estate By puoiisning inis uruer weeks successively previous to tne any as signed, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at tne city oi uarre, in aaiu u '"THRSFfORE. vou are hereby notified to appear at tha probate office tn Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance oi saiu account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. , . Given under my hand. Wis zom uay oi may, 1914. . FRANK J. MAK11M, Juoge. May 27 June 3-10 Make aura of getting the beat Muatard. Spices and Flavoring Extract by sarins; te yer grocer, "Stickney & Poor's" Vermont Public Printing In accordance with section 277 of the public statute of Vermont and amendments thereto. I hereby advertise for sealed pro noaala for all or distinct divisions of the state printing for two years, beginning Au gust 1. 1914. . m , Specifications ana lorms ior oiuo forwarded on application. Bids will be received up to p. m. June 25, 1914. and will be opened at 8 p. m. June 25. 1914. at the office of the purchasing agent at Montpelier, Vermont. DEWEY T. HAriLrJTf, rurcnasing ngeni, 93 State SU, Montpelier, Vt. TRY WELCOME SOAP for whiter clothes and easier washdays. All dealers have it. Manufactured by Lever Bros. Cos., Cam bridge, Mass. Auction Sale ESTATE OF FRANK W. COLE D..t. v.n.nt rii.trirt nf Washington. s. The Honorable I'rooate wun ior wis jjib- triet Aforesaid : ... . . . To all Dersons interested in tne estate pi Frank W. Cole, late of Marshlield, in said .n GREETING : whereas, aaid court nas assignea in 111. A r,t Jnn nt for examining and al lowing the account of the administratrix of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claim ante of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons inter a ted in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a news- paper published at in cuy oi uarre, said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier. in said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance oi said account if you see cause, and to establish your right aa heirs, legatee and lawful claimant to aid residue. , Given under my hand, this Z6th day oi May, 1914 FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. May 27 June 8-10 Special for This Week NO. 819 65-acre farm only 1 mile from Middlesex, 8 miles from Montpelier. for only 8700.00: excellent land; some wood; all ma chine-mowed fields; small house newly clap- boarded end shingled ; nearly new nam with basement; thia is a bargain and can be bought with a payment of only $300.00 down. U lwtlr it ,,n At onCB. 6"tt NO. 716 Farm with two houses and lumber for only 11,200.00; lumber enough to pay for the place; plenty of fruit; sugar orchard of from 6UU to biiu trees; gooa cvimui . ... i ri n,.ln. lnnrf will keen 12 to IB cows and team ; owner will sell personal prop erty if desired at sacrifice price. A good farm and is worth more money than the price, but the owner is in poor health and must sell before June 1. Only $1,200.00. 62tf Special price on the Fay property on Acad emy street. " Have you asked for our new farm catalog T THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Hewland-Cavs Building, Barra, VI. SMITH & DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS IN LINE FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE LOOK AT THIS-NO. 187, FOR SALE-100-acr farm in Brookfield; a good one, 40 acres in machine-mowed fields. B00 sugar tree, and good fruit orchard; this farm will keep 20 cows, some young stock and team ; lanre baaement barn, 20 stanchion and silo : u . v.. m 9RvR(i with haaement. nice chicken- house 12x30, new kebouse, good 8-room house in fine shape, water at house and bare ; Vd mile to school and 8 mile to Randolph rail, road station. This nice farm and buildings .r.,1 on .noH ran. 2 bulls. 8 horaes, and 10 hogs, all kinds of farming tools and machin ery, new sugar rig mat coat o"v, mnA mil amnll tnrila : the whole business for $5,000, and one of the best trades we have Hated; age of owner the reason for selling. 66tf TO RENT FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Sept. 1; loHv tj.iu.her or student preferred. Apply now at 142 Elm street. Desirable location. 67t6 FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Suitable for one or two men. At 12 Cottage tree ooioT MM, rrwfli n-i uaM linm nlfl.ee : run nt... i iiic r. . ; i" ' - 1 mile out on the East Montpelier road ; new 7-room modern house, spring water, lote ot i i n . mlt and Dam room, ana mna v. ..., - - hade trees, nice chicken-house and yards; very pleasant, nice piace. io stairs tenement on South Main street ; 7 rooms, very pleasant and convenient. in f Smith riaahner. Howland-Cave building, Barre, Vt. 6618 FOR SALE FOR SALE Fine young work horse, age 6 years; weight l,3uu. Apply 301 North Main street. Ht4 FOR SALE A four-year-old bay mare, sound, kind and a good worker : came from the best of stork. Telephone 887-12, Harry H. Ladd, East Hill. 68t6 FOR SALE 1 bay mare, 1 open buggy; also harness ; will sell horse alone or the whole rig. Inquire of P. B. A., 1D2 South Main street, city. 6t6 FOR SALE All kinds of furniture at low est prices, such a cook atovea, refrigerators, tables, chairs, iron beds and bed couches, springs and mattresses, carpets and rugs, clocks, nearly new baby carriage. Call at 46 Maple avenue; tel. 244-2, Barre. 68t6 r mi frrt DFMTT m trnmi tmrtv with r nmn ly un i r- - team; within 2 miles from Barre; first class place for right party. Address lencta information to "K.., car inras -' TO RENT A 5-room downstairs uniwu with modern improvements at 86 Maple ave nue. Inquire of C. L. Converse, 17 West street t4u FOR RENT Handy tenement for small family; good location; rent, f.ou per nw""' Apply to E. T. Mower. 60tf TO RENT Tenement for light hotwekeep- , a 1 .. .1 : . nlu nlMuant ing ior one or two iuci , " " ' well-furnished kitchen; sleeping-room above. 10 Averili street. Also barn and storeroom at BO Elm street. Inquire of Mrs. George, 10 Averili street. FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT At 9 Keith avenue. lmt TO RENT Light, airy offie rooms ; most deairnble location in the city. Apply to f. Ward Carver. ut TO RENT Good 8-room house at 85 Law rence avenue; hot and cold spring water; good barn ; 2 minutes from pasture. 3 minutes from 20 stonesheds, 6 minutes from school; rent $15.00. Inquire by telephone 888-5. 89t6'tf AIR COMPRESSORS We are specializing on second-hand air compressors, steam and power driven, all makes and sixes, guaranteed condition. Send us your inquiries. Geo. 8. Githena, 200 Congress street, Boston. FOR SALE One mare, 7 years old, good driver and worker ; 1 horse, 9 years old, extra good roader; 1 roadcart and top buggy, both newly painted and in excellent condition. In quire of C. D. Brockway, Williams town. Vt. 67 16 PRIVATE SALE of household furniture, consisting of two chamber suites, round din ing table and chairs, "Household" range, baby carriage, refrigerator, art squares, pictures, etc. W. J. Olliver, 11 Upland avenue, city : 'phone 317-3. 67 tf FOR SALE A wooden bedstead and springs ; also an adjustable couch. Inquire at 20 Ayers street. 68tf LOOSE HAY FOR SALE Inquire of Will S. Page, 61 South Main street. S4ti FOR SALE A 25 h. p. gasoline engine; a good saw mill rig ; will sell cheap. Inquire George Flint, Washington, Vt 63U6V FOR SALE Cedar poets and pole of all sizes, anl bean poles. Tel. 865-W, Barre, Vt.. F. K. Bailey. Also a good work-horse. 43t26 BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Pianos and organs tuned and repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also manacer of The Harris Orchestra Music furnished for any occasion. 10 SPAULDING STREET Phone 121-W OF Real Estate and Personal Property Having come into poHst'sison of the followinir described pront'rty, and in set tlement of the affevira of Benton K. How ell and on account of my residence being in New Hampshire, I have decided to sell at publi-! auction to the highest bidder on Wednesday, June 10th, at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises known as the Kenton K. howell farm in conntn, aooui i nnr. nu.u Cookville, the following described real estate and personal property: The Home Farm of the said Benton K. Rowell, contaiu- infr 13.5 acres of land, more or less, suit ably divided into tillage, pasture and woodland; sugar orchard of 700 maples, ennioned. Farm cuts around 50 tons of hay of excellent quality; smooth fields, very early; free from stone; lands lays very well; easy to work, rieniy oi goon water; house is l's -story, contains 6 rnnmn hcsiilca nantrv and closets; 3 barns, baBement; lots of pood grafted fruit; is very pleasantly situated, com manding a good view; nice shade trees; a very sightly place. Also, a quantity oi om-growrn grow ing hemlock, estimated to be from 100,- 000 to 150,000 ft., situated on the farm known as the A. . i.astman farm, with an indefinite time to cut and right of way to same. PERSONAL PROPERTY 10 head of stock; 4 cows, a to be fresh within a short time; 2 2-year-old heifers, 2 year lings, i pr. oxen about 4 years old, good ones; 1 6-year-old bay horse; 2-horse wagon, express wagon, hay rack, ox cart, horse corn planter, weeder, 3 plows, 2 cultivators, wheel harrow, smoothing harrow, drags, horse rnke, horse mower, 2-horse mowing machine, fanning mill, spring-tooth harrow, sot double harness, platform scales, beam scales, Empire cream separator, 2-horse sled, logging; sled, ox sled, pung, sleigh, and all small tools, such as hoes, forks, chains, bars, eveners, whitfletrees, neck yokes, and many other articles not mentioned. ALSO A LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FUR NITURE, "including beds, bedding, chairs, tables, bureaus, dishes, etc., etc. Sale positive, rain or shine. Lunch at noon. Terms on real estate and per sonal prcperty at time of sale. AH the above described property will be sold without reserve or limit, as I have no use for it. F. W. STRAY, Owner. DAN A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.; The D. A. Perry Real Estate Agen cy, Agents. EDWIN W. BRUCE TI0LIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Pupil of the Fames Sereik. Vienna Royal fllgh Bcheol. and Mart ran. Berlin Hifh School TERMS 1.M PER LESSON Also leader of the Barre Opera House and Mcntpeher Military Band Orchestra 2S KELSON ST. PHONK 4! MS RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE - - - 342-21 MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS lit North Mala Street Barra, Venaent LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre - - Vermont ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS Ernest H. Bancroft. M. D. C. Veterinary Physician anfl Snrgeen Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N- E. Telephone, Sll-lS Ala the People's Lin OFFICE AND HOSPITAL, SOUTH BARM DR. G. L. T. nAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women OMc Hour S t 4 P. M. Tueaoar. Thursday end Bstardsy Also fcr Appointment 14 and IS Blanchsrd Balldlnf TL SS MIDWIFERY Bavins; had many years' experience, I am prepared to serve any who may need th er icea of a midwife or obstetric nurse. Address Mrs. Elizabeth La Oair 84 Summer St. Telephen ITS-IS Barn, VL DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, Miles Building Office hour. S A. M. to li M. and 1 :S0 to 4 p, ill, Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection NO. 18ft. KOR SALE Slick S0-aere farm in Newbury. Vt. : 15 acres in tillage, halance in pasture and woodland; nice grafted fruit orchard ; farm will keep 5 cows and team ; basement barn, elapboarded and painted; horse barn, earriaifehouse, corn barn, chick en house, and a lanre 1 1-room house, all in good condition, painted white with dark trim mi nm ; 20 rod to school. 6 miles to good manufacturing railroad town. A neat, prof itable, one-man farm : owner nas outer Busi ness he wishes to follow and offers this for SI, BOO, one-half cash. 611 NO. 189. FOR SALE The Mason T. Tage home place at 99 Elm street, city ; one of the finest home in Barre City: large modern hotnfe. only been built a few years: 11 rooms aside from hall and pantry ; 4 porches, house finished in hard wood, furnace heat, electric lights, gas, hot and cold water, set tubs and laundry; large cellar and cold storage, with eement bottom: large lot 7 feet front and 150 deep and an extra lot adjoining of about the same sise: big garden and chickenhouae, lota of lawn, with fruit and shade trees. An elegant home: has been used pertly for tak ing firat-claae roomers; S40 to $60 per month can lie realised from that, beside room for a family of ordinary size : S minutes to Busi ness center and 10 to station. Owner wishes to go to another state to reside with her son. Price is right and terms are liberal. 6tf NO. 10. FOR SALE Nice. new. pleasant home, built two yrars ago on Tremont street. Barre City ; 7 room, closets and bath : broad porches, house finished in red birch, all hard wood floors, furnace heat, electric lights, gas. hot and cold water, cemented cellar, stood, large lot, fine location, good neighborhood, grand view and pure air. Let ua show you this property and give you the low price. 66tf We have all kinds of real estate proposi tions, farm, city and town property for sale and exchange. We sell your real estate and personal property at public auction. 86tf Smith A Daahner. Real Eatate Agents Rooms 8-9-10, Howland-Cave Bid.. Barre City, Vt. N. E. 'phone S70. and connection with the People's lines. FOR SALE OR TO RENT Cottsse house; C rooms, pantry, bath, laundry room, outdoor sleeping porch, furnace heat. gas. electricity, hot and cold water, with large porch and gar den and small henhouse; East street exten sion; rent S20.00. . 21tf FOR RENT street; 1 15.00. Tenement 9 rooms. SALE Rubeer-tired road and FOR cart. Telephone lli-2 Branch 63tf speed Mtf H. A. PHELPS CO. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BAfeRE, Vt. Telephone aio-t vyiLLIAMSTOWW, Vt. Telephone 381-a That Worn-Out Feeling with loss of appetite, constipation, bil iousness, sick headache, is nature's warn ing that you need a good spring medi cine. Get bottle of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters to-day. Sold everywhere, liquid or tablets, 25 cents. Vermont Tire & Rubber Cv. "SAFETY" FIRST" You don't take any chances when you buy your tires here. Vulcanising for those who discriminate. la PROSPECT ST. TEL. 367-W F. G. & C. II. ROWELL Architects and Designers F. G. Rowell is a graduate of the Interna tional Correspondence Schools. C. H. Rowell has 25 years of practical building and a course of Architectural Scale and Detail Draw ing. We are prepared to do all kinds of Scale and Detail Drawings in a neat and accurate manner. Telephone 484-4 ! JEWELRY j When YOU want a piece of J Jewelry, come in and see! I our splendid display. j i 0. J. DODGE. The Jeweler j I2S Main 8t Bel Agency far . "Boete iBtrieas" la Sana I L... .1 Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. J. W. DILLON S and 4 Bolster Block Jlerre. Vt. OFT.CB ROOMS TO RENT In Aldrich block ' all convenience. Apply to either of trustees. John Trow, N. D. Thelps or Ales. Gordon. POULTRY ABBOTTS S. C. R. I. RED EGGS from blue ribbon matlngs, Sl-00 and 11.60 per set ting of 13; hatching extra well. A. P. Ab bott. Barre. Vt. FOR SALE "Faultless" Houdans : ls strain ha been egg-bred from trapnest rec ords since April. 1680. I hav bred them 24 yssr for great layers, and 14 years for large aiae chalk white eggs : these fowls are ex tremsly. hardy, have neither comb or wattle to freeze, and are the best all-winter layers in open-fmnt coops. "Faultless" strain Hou dans have won every blue ribbon New York, Chicago and Philadelphia shows for past six years ; eggs and stock sold on honor ; send 10 cent for largest iiiustrateo poultry ciu" ever issued. It tells you how to breed these s 1- i : ogtl jrrrm m wur Jkmece : it tel'ls you how to net 13,000 a year from 100 nena. r. mcAvoy, oecreiaij Club, Cambridge. New York. 4Mf vnr.a for HaTCHINf! From pure blood ed Rose Comb Rhode Island Reda. Buff Leg horns, and Rose Comb Brown Lezhorns : per setting Srtc ; they are extra good laying stfjin. E. H. Slayton, East Montpelier. vu eon HELP WANTED WANTED A girl for general housework. Mrs. A. A. Lamorey, 16 Currier street. 68tf WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosiery to friends and neighbors; 70 per cent, profit; make S10 daily; experience unnecessary. International Mills, box 4029. West Philadelphia. Pa. WANTED A capable girl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. Will Lapoint. East Montpelier. Vt. tf WANTED - A first-class monumental draughtsman ; one with experience in mauso leum work preferred; give refi-renres and sal ary expected. Apply 10 -si. n.. n office. 6648 WANTED A girl for genersl housework in . r.milv of three. Apply at 45 Merchant liwt. 66'f WANTED At once, table girl. Btutell HoteL Apply at 65tf WANTED Reliable man to work on farm; must be good milker. Telephone Montpelier 388-W; J. L. Buck. East Montpelier, Vt. 66t6 WANTED One first-class letter cutter; one who can cut rounded style letters and who can also carve, preferred ; the scale ia 14.00 ; will pay as much more as man can earn; steady work. C. Schleiter'a Sons, Free dom. Pa. t8 WANTED Two granite cutters. O'Neil. Hillaide. Cook Co.. 111. C. J. 6618 WANTED A capable girl. Apply to Miss Clouirh. The Hihhard Boardinghouse, S St. Paul street, Montpelier, Vt. 65tf WANTED Man or boy to work on farm. P. O. Box 821. Waterbury, Vermont. 5t6' WAnibU 1 wire, m, K. L' an to take charge of a small hand laundry; gOOQ wm w m a permanent place; when applying, state age and experience. Address A. L. Smith, Supt., Clarcmont Hospital. Claremont, N. H. 62U2 WANTED Two waitresses June f ; perma nent position. Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier, Vt. S2U2 WANTED 25 men to cut pulp at the Grav el Pit. Plainfield. Apply to Peter Blouin at the Johnron place. Plainfield. Vt. SH12 MEN WANTED to karn to drive and re pair autos and prepare to fill positions ; write at once. Maine Auto Co., 779 Forest avenue. Pprtland. Me. lt52 WANTED girl to work in office at Bar ton. Vt. ; must be experienced in bookkeeping and draughting. For further information, apply at 4 Lauroi street. S7tf PUPIL NURSES Male and female, wanted at the Taunton State HoFpital Training School for Nuraw. For particulars, address Dr. Ar thur V. Goaa. Supt, Taunton S'ate Hospital, Taunton, Mass. Having Been Appointed Agents for the WATERLOO CEMENT MACHINERY Corporation of Waterloo. Iowa, we can aupply you with Concrete Mixer. n..nj a2i.a ITBtnpa m m fnnt r.r-t.i' nuuurn uvut'n, ..iv - Equipment. We have Small Cement Mixers that will interest you; 10 days' Ire trial, For particulars write or telephone wnnn fiREfiOlRE Telephone Connection Barre. Vermont AUTOMOBILES TO HIRE PRICES REASONABLE GOOD. EASY-RIDING CARS COMPETENT CHAUFFEURS DROWN'S GARAGE Telephone 45S-W Barre, Vermont AUCTION SALES AT THE City Auction Market of any kind made anywhere. I am now ready to do the outside selling that, owing to other busi ness, I have for some time past been obliged to refuse. I will make dates for any sale of any kind anywhere, and guarantee satisfaction. 0, H, HALE, ME A Few 60-Tooth Smoothing Harrows Left, Going at $10 Arsenate of lead and Pyrox for spraying Hand and barrel sprayer fitted srith high pressure pomps and orchard attachment. A. W. ALLEN CO. Snnnyside Farm, Barre, Vt Telephone 14S DELIVERY WAGONS Plenty of Delivery Waeons here to show you; all sizes in stock. Come and see them COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER TWO-SEATED WAGONS You don't have to wait a month to pet a Two-Seatflr. We have them on hand, all ready to hitch to. POPULAR LOW PRICES COLTON . 84 State St. Montpelier, VL Plenty of Farm Trucks Solid Axle Trucks Thimble Skein Trucks WAY-DOWN LOW PRICES COLTON 84 State St. Montpelier. Vt. Lilley Style Farm Wagons lii -Inch Axle Wagons 1-Inch Axle Wagons 112-Inch Axle Wagons 1-Inch Axle Wagons 1-Inch Axle Wagons 2-Inch Axle Wagons Right Here Ready for Yon COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER WANTED WANTED We will mail you S1.00 for full set of old fslKe teeth, any condition, partial sets in proportion ; send by parcel post. Dixon Dental Co.. Dorchester, Mass. 6t6 WANTED Cowa and calves bought and ex changed. Berkley A Mclntyre, telephone 884-22. 63tf WANTED Dead horses and cattle to take away in Barre. East Barre. Williamatown and Montpelier. Tel. 365-W, Barre, Vt. F. K. Bailey. 43M66 PULP WOOD WANTED I am now con tracting for peeled apruce. fir and poplar pulp wood, for fall and winter delivery ; cash paid for softwood atumpage and lumber lot. H. P. Hinman. R. F. D. No. 1. Barre, Vt.: N. E. and Orange Co. 'phone. STtt LOST AND FOUND STRAYED Into my enclosure, one bay mare with halter on. Owner can have same by paving charges. Hayden M. Jeffords, Wil liamatown, Vt. 68tS LOST A gold locket and chain somewhere in or outside the East Barre opera house. Finder please leave at Times office. 68ta the Orange County Telephone Co., No. 1444. isauea to . ri. ot w. A. uam, raarcn in, 1906. W. A. Davia. May 27 June J-10-17-24 LOST At the ball game on the campus Monday, a heavy red sweater, with a blue "S" on left-hand side. Will finder please return to Times office? 67t2 MISCELLANEOUS LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. James Ahern, 11 Blackweli treet. 47tf REGISTERED PERCHER0N STALLION COCO FRANCE NO. S.MS AMERICA No. 51.STS SEASON OF 1014 Coco, No. 51,675, was nine years old March 18. 1914; was bred in France, imported in 1907 : has fine action and good style; stnrt 16 hands high: weight 1.500 pounds. Hia color is a nice bay. with atar in forehead and white hind feet. He ia one of the best, if not the beet draft stallion in Vermont. Coco will stand at the stable of Irving W. Bstcs in East Barre, 1 mile from Eaat Barre villasw TERMS $2.00 at time of first service, ami $10.00 when colt is 9 day aid. I have complied with the laws of t rmnn regarding talliona and hall hold colts for ,crvic. fee. iRvma w BATES. N. E. Thono 234-1S: People's Phone r-!3. Washington. , Registered Guernsey Bull Calve for rrAf Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER . 1IJ TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: 7.20 A. M. Diily, wp Sunday. for Wells River nd in termediate stations. 12:25 P. M. p"r.. P Bunij. for Wella River and in termediate stations. 2:30 P.M. D"'1-' cpit smr. for Wells River and in termediate! stations. aiSOP.JLr. for Wells River and intermediate sta tions. Has through Pullman sleeping ear for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m. I