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THE BAArE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY,. JUNE V 1914.
7 ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS A red-headed woodpecker was seen in Brattleboro recently, the first time ia 16 years that this species of bird had been seen there. When Hooker Winchester made a trip to his potato field in Guilford, Saturday, to cover up several rows that he had left uncovered, he found that about 40 hills had been eaten by deer. Their tracks were plentiful. The amount received by the city of Burlington this year for liquor licenses was $17,400. This will be forwarded to the state treasurer. A rairrorgraph entertainment was given in the Willard mill in Townsend, recently, that being th only place in town with electric lights, which were necessary for the working of the machine. Mrs. A. B. Gardner has sold 20 acres of land in Pownal to E. C. Chamberlain of North Carolina, who is said to have acted for New York parties. The pur chasers will manufacture stone products and will employ about 25 men. Trap rock for road building and pulverized stone for paper manufacture will be pro duced. structing an electric railroad . from Hoosac tunnel to transport materials, thereby saving largely from what it would have to pay the steam railroad in freight charges. The four-year-old son of Peter Blake of Bellows Falls was badly hurt a few days ago when a basket of wood which was being raised by a pulley to a second story, gave way and fell on his head. The little lad is at the hospital suffering with a fractured skull. His recovery is expected, Walter Murray of Warren has been exhibiting a curiosity lately a chicken with two bodies, four feet and one head. It had one perfect body and to it was joined a body with no head but with two feet. The chicken lived but a few hours. While digging in his garden in Rut land, A. C. Mason unearthed a cannon ball about two inches in diameter and weighing two pounds. It is supposed to be a Revolutionary relic, as it was cor roded, and the supposition is that it dropped from some vehicle during trans portation in the Revolutionary period. The Stratton mountain tower is to be dedicated at West Wardaboro June 25. Walter Monroe, employed in the Windsor Machine shop, was caught in the machinery one day last week and all his clothing stripped off, owing to the high speed of the machine. He was also badly bruised, but no bones were broken. A distributor of pills in Ludlow, said to be from outside the town, was ar rested last week for breaking the law in that respect. The case was nolle prossed, as trie man claimed not to know there was a law against such distribution. Frank Moran, employed in the Boston Dairy company's plant in Bellows Falls, was working in the elevator a few days ago, when it dropped one floor and let several boxes of condensed milk fall upon him. Several ribs were fractured and one teg was broken. Mildred Pinney, an Andover girl, was kicked over and under the eye by young colt, which she was trying to catch, and the gashes required several stitches. Can't Find Road Destroyer. Although the authorities have made every effort possible, no evidence has ever been secured as to the. identity of the person' who either through malicious, criminal intention or because of insanity laat fall tore holes in a 50 foot stretch of the fine state road which had at that time just been completed between Rut land and Pittsford, near the 0. J. Maigne farm. The road was constructed at great pains and when completed was about the most nearly perfect piece of high way in that section. For this reason it was a popular speedway for motor driv en vehicles. Shortly after a slight ac cident, in which an automobile was in volved, very soon after the completion of the roadway, the residents of the section discovered one morning that the road had been ruined.. Some sharp tool, evidently a pick, had been used to dig through' the surface of the road in as many as six or eight places, at spaces p few feet apart. lemporary repairs were made, the excavations being tilled with loose material, but this works out and the road is now in far from good emidition. The road commissioners of the town of Pittsford, where the strip of highway is located, reported the matter to State Highway Commissioner Charles W. Gates of Franklin but that officer apd the authorities of both the city of Rut land and the county, have so far been unable to connect any person with the despoliation. Not Only in Barre Similar Cases Occur Daily This Vicinity in How's This? W offer One Hundred DolUr Reward for tor cift? of Ctttrrh that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. CheneT for the laat 15 Jean, aod believe him perfectly honorable In all business transaction and financially able to carry out ny obligation, made by hi firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo,! Ohio. Hall' Catarrh Cure la take, internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucou aurface of the ayatem. Teatlmonlal aent free. Price 15 cent per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Taka Hall' Family Pill for contJption. Not only here in Barre, but in our neighboring towns, the same good story, is heard. An encour aging instance from West Tops ham is given here, and will be read by us with great interest. Mrs. Hattie F. Dodge, West Topsham, Vt., says: "When I got up in the morning, my back seemed as if it would break in two. The misery I endured at times I can only describe by saying that I felt as if a rope was bound tight across my kidneys, causing almost nuDcaraDie pain. I could not rest comfortably in any position. I tossed and turned at night and got up in the morning feeling worn out Hearing about the wonder ful cures Doan's Kidney Pills were making in cases of kidney trouble, I tried them. I found they acted directly on my kidneys and soon made them normal. I am pleased to confirm the statement 1 gave regarding j-oan s Kidnev Pills some years ago. The cure they made has been permanent." For sale by all dealers. Price, 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. ALLAN LINE BOSTON TO GLASGOW "ONE CLASS" (II) CABIN SERVICE Numidlan. . . . June If Numidjan. . ...July 17 Pretorian July 1 Pretorian July (1 To or from Glasgow or Derry $43 Up Third Claa Accommodation Unsurpassed, Glasgow, Dairy, Liverpool 130.25 N. B. BALLARD, Bane H. & A. ALLAN, 90 State Street, Boston 1 . Vermont Public Printing In accordance wKh aection 6277 of the public atatutoa of Vermont and amendment thereto. I hereby advertise for sealed Dro pout Is for all or distinct division of the state printing ior two jrn, utvinnin au gust 1. 1914. Specification and forms for bids will be forwarded on application. Bids will be received up to 2 p. m. June 26, 1914, and will be opened at 1 p. m. June 25, 1914, at the office of the purchasing agent at Montpelier, Vermont. DEWEY T. HANLEY, Purchaaing Agent, 98 Stata St.. Montpelier, Vt. The power Construction company which built the big dam at Somerset, is planning to build another big dam in the Deerfield valley ana to that end is con Auction Sale OF PERSONAL PROPERTY! In settling the esta-te of George O 1 Pnvitn Into rf "Mnn.Tifllipr. Vt - riocpnaerl I will sell at public auction to the 1 1 1 M mgneai, uiuuer, 1111 SATURDAY, JUNE 6 at 2 o'clock sharp in the afternoon, at the Boyce residence on upper Elm street, l4 miles from city hall, Montpelier, Vt, the following described personal property, to wit: One 1-Horse Lumber Wagon I covered delivered wagon, 1 1 -horse traverse sled, 1 land plow, 1 extra good fur robe, 1 set of platform scales, 1 new force pump, horse blankets, etc., 1 shot gun and rifle, small farm tools and gar den tools, household furniture, such as tables, beds, cot bed, chairs, washing machine, 1 Glenwood Kitchen Range 1 wood heater, 3-burner oil stove, some crockery, glass, iron, tin and wooden ware, with many other articles too nu merous to mention. Everything goes without limit or reserve. C. B. BOYCE, Administrator. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. Red Cedar Shingles Another carload of these splendid shingles at Plain field station. Every shingle perfect and packed in full count bundles. Prices right. For sale by DELL B. DWINELL, East Calais, Vt WHITE STAR LINE Boston Queenitown Liverpool ONB CLASS CABIN (ID SERVICE 162.60 and up according to steamer CYMRIC June 80, July 28 ARABIC June 16. July 14 Boston Azores Mtditerraneai CANOPIC 'June . July U CRETIC June 27, Aug. 1 Saila from Comonwealth Pier, So. Boston LEYLAND LINE Boston Liverpool (Direct) ONE CLASS CABIN SERVICE (IL) 159 Bohemian ... June 6 1 Devonian. . .June 27 Winifredian.June 20 Canadian. .. .July 4 OFFICE. 4 STATE ST.. BOSTON, OR LOCAL AGENTS Auction Sale I Will Sell All My Household Property to the Highest Bidder at My Home, No. 88 Smith Street, off Berlin St, Barre, Vt., on Saturday. June 6th At 1:30 P. M., As I Am to Leave Town and the Goods Must Be Sold as Above Stated A Partial List Is as Follows: One Sunny Glenwood range, with pipe, cost $38.00; 1 Norman Prince range, both hot water front and reservoir, coal and wood fixtures, almost new, cost $45.00; 1 large No. 16 Peninsular heater, cost ?JS, almost new, 4 iron beds, 1 wood bed, 1 woven wire, 3 National springs, 1 Ideal spring bed, cost $7.00; rt mattresses and pillows, J extension tables, 15 chairs and rockers, willow rockers, 1 sofa, chif fonier, 5 drawers; commode sets, writing desks, commodes, guitar, mandolin, work basket, center tables, hassocks, bureaus, towel racks, 2 baby carriages, 1 combi nation baby wheel high chair, rugs, car pets, hat racks with glass, 1 drop-side Singer sewing machine as good as new, 2 clocks, 1 fine hanging lamp, several psrlor and hand lamps, 1 Universal bench wringer almost new, 4 galvanized wash tubs, 1 copper boiler, all the crock ery, silver, tin and iron ware, large agate mixing pans, ironing boards, flat-irons, hoe, forks, rakes, shovel, axe and all the other useful articles usually found in a large home. Don t fail to be present, as these goods must go to the highest biddeT. Remember this place and date No. 88 Smith street, off Berlin street, Barre, Vt., Saturday, June 6, at 1:30 p. m. sharp. , MRS. C. KIZZIE. 0. H. HALE, Auctioneer. V iTTfT STREET & 4 7 CWVttSiTY PLACE One Blaolt West of Broadway NEW YORK CITY Close! to Wholesale ana Retail trry lood Districts, Railroad and Steamship Lines. MODERN aVBSOjLlTlXI gmtWHOOt S00 Rooms (200 with Bath) BATES $1.00 PER DAY UP El eel lent Restaurant aaQ Moderate Ittoes, M New J 91 H CIU. 1 ESTATE OF EMMA A. AVERILL State of Vermont, District of Waahington, The Honorable Probate Court for the Dis trict of Washington i To all persons interested in the estate of Emma A. Averill. late of the city of Barre, in id district, deceased, GRLtTINU: At nrnhntj, uturt hnlden at Montpelier. within and for said district, on the 2d rinv nf June 1914. an instrument purport ing to be the last will and testament of Emma A. Averill. late of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased, was presented to the court aforesaid, for probate. And it is ordered by aaid court that the 29th day of June, 1914, at the probate office in said Montpelier, be assigned for prov ing aaid instrument; and that notice thereof ha eiven to all Dersons concerned, by publish' ing this order three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper circulating in that vicinity, in said district, previous to the time appointed. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the probate of aid will, if you have cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, In aid district, this 2d day of June, 1914. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. June 4-11-18 ESTATE OF MARY CHOATE State of Vermont, District of Waahington, as. The Honorable Probate Court for the District Aforesaid : To all persona interested in the estate of Mary Choate, late of the city of ttarre, in snid district deceased. GREETING : WHEREAS, aaid court has assigned the 80th day of June next for examining and ai lowing the account of the administrator of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said eataU to the lawful claim ants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to ' all persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three week successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper pub lished at the city of Barre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in MontpeMer, In said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of aaid account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatee and lawful claimant to said residue. Given under my hand, this 3d day of June, 1914. PRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. June 4-11-18 ESTATE OF FLORA C. HOLLISTER State of Vermont, District of Waahington, s. The Honorable Probate Court for the Dis trict Aforesaid: To all person interested in the estate of Flora C. Hollister, late of Marshfield, in said district, deceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, said court ha assigned the 80th day of June next for examining and al lowing the account of the administrator de bo nis non of the estate of aaid deceased and for a decree of the residue or said estate to tne lawful claimant of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof- be given to all persona interested in saio estate bv puhlihing this order three week ucceasively previous to the day assigned. In the Barre Daily Times, newspaper published at the city or M&rre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the p roost omce in Monywuer, in aaid district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatee and lawful claim anta to said residue. Given under my hand, thi 8d day of June, 1914. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. June 4-11-18 FOUR LINES FOR 2.5c The Time will publish Want, Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let etc. ahort 4vr tisements at the rate of four line for rwen. ty-flv cent for the first Insertion and five cent for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Cottage house of 6 room at 40 Pleasant street: good cellar, a lot 6 rds. long and 8 rds. deep ; hot and cold water ; electric light. Inquire at 61 Merchant street. 67t6' , FARM SMALL FARM FOR SALE IN CABOT; contains about 100 acres : nearly 1,000 good maple ; good running water at house and barn : splendid pasture ; must sell to close estate i purchaser can get farming tool with farm. See O. H. Smith, Marshfield : Clyde Lance of Cnbot: or Elisha May, administrator Mundana Meader estate, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 66tl2 Special for This Week NO. 619 SB-acre farm only 1 mil from Middlesex, 6 miles from Montpelier, for only $700.00 ; excellent land ; some wood ; all machine-mowed field ; small house newly clap boarded and shingled ; nearly new barn 80x88, with basement ; this is a bargain and can be bought with a payment of only $300.00 down. Better look it up at once. 2tf TO RENT FOR RENT Two nicely furniehed pleasant room for light housekeeping. 8 Maple Grove treet. 68tf FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Sept. t; lady teacher or student preferred. Apply now at 142 Elm street. Desirable location. ono FOR RENT The F. L. Harden home place 1 mile out on the Eaat Montpelier road : new 7-room modern house, spring water, lot of barn room, and 2 acres of land, fruit and (hade tree, nice chicken-bouse and yards ; very pleasant, nice place. Also 7-room up stair tenement on South Main street , i rooms, verv nlesuutnt and convenient In. guire of Smith ft Dashner, Howland-Cave building. Barre. Vt " FARM TO RENT To a good party with team ; within 9 mil frnm Barre : first class place for right oarty. Address letters for information to "K-," care Times office. 64tS' FOR RENT Handy tenement for small fRtnilv ' VrvJ InMtn - rptlf TtTV month. Apply to E. T. Mower. TO RENT Tenement for light housekeep ing for one or two ladies ; nice, pleasant, well-furnished kitchen: sleeping-room above. 10 Averill treet Also barn and storeroom at 50 Elm street Inquire of Mr. George. 10 Averill street FURNISHED Keith avenue. ROOM TO KENT At 19tf NO. 718 Farm with two houses and lumber for only $1,200.00; lumber enough to pay for the place; plenty of fruit: augar orchard of from 600 to 800 tree : good comfortable bam and good producing land ; will keep 12 to 18 cow and team ; owner will sell personal prop erty if desired at sacrifice price. A good farm ana is worth more money tnan tne price, but the owner in poor health ana must sell before June 1. Only $1,200.00. 2tf Special price on the Fay property on Acad emy treet ztI Have you asked for our new farm catalog? THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland-Cave Building, Barre, Vt Auction Sale OF Real Estate and Personal Property Having come into possesion of the following described property, and in set' tlement of the affairs of Benton K. Row. ell and on account of my residence being in New Hampshire, I have dwided to sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Wednesday, June 10th, at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises known aa the Benton K. Kowell farm in Corinth, about 1 mile from Oiokville, the following described real estate and personal property: The Home Farm of the said Benton R. Rowell, contain ing 135 acres of land, more or less, suit ably divided into tillage, pasture and woodland; sugar orchard of 700 maples, equipped. Farm cuts around 50 tons of hay of excellent quality; smooth fields, very early j free from stone; lands lays very well; easy to work. Plenty of good water; house is ll-story, contains 6 rooms beside pantry and closets; 3 barns, basement; lota of good grafted fruit; is very pleasantly situated, com manding a good view; nice shade trees; a very sightly place. Also, a quantity of old-growth grow ing hemlock, estimated to be from 100, 000 to 150,000 ft., situated on the farm known as the A. W. Eastman farm, with an indefinite time to cut and right of way to same. PERSONAL PROPERTY 10 head of stock; 4 cows, 2 to be fresh within a short time; 2 2-year-old heifers, 2 year lings, i pr. oxen about 4 years old, good one; 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 rake, horse mowpr, 2-horse mowing maelnne, fanning mill, spring-tooth harrow, set 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, whiffletrees, 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 property at time of sale. AH the above described property will be sold without reserve or limit, aa I have no use for it. F. W, STRAY, Owner. DAN A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.; The D. A. Perry Real Estate Aeen- cy, Agents. STOP AT REVERE HOUSE BOSTON Hot and cold water, long distance tele phone in every room. 1 80 room with bath. Cuisine and service unexcelled. $1.00 Per Day and Upward BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Fianoa and organ tuned and repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also manager of The Harris Orchestra Music furnished for any occasion. 10 SPAULDINO STREET Phone Ul-W EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHES Pupil of the Famous SeveJk, Vienna Reyel High School, and Marteaa, Berlin Hl School TERMS ll.OS FEB LESSON Also leader of the Barre Opera House and McntpeTler Military Band Orchmtra 11 KELSON 8T. PHONB 411-11 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE - - 342-21 SMITH & DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS IN LINE FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE LOOK AT THI3--N6. 187. FOR SALE 100-acre farm in Brookfleld : a good one. 40 -es in machine-mowed nelds. 600 sugar trees, and good fruit orchard: thi farm will keep 20 cow, some young stock and team ; l&nre huemmt barn. 20 stanchion and silo : hone bam 25xR0 with basement, nice chicken house 12x80, new icehouse, good 8 -room house in fine shape, water at house and barn ; H mile to school and 8 miles to Randolph rail road station. Thi nlce farm and buildings and 20 good cows. 1 bulls, 8 horses, and 10 hogs, all kinds of farming tools and machin ery, new augar rig that cost $600, dairy tool and all email tool ; the whole business for $6,000, and one of the best trade we have listed ; age of owner the reason for selling. 6tf TO RENT Light, airy office rooms; most desirable location in the city. Apply to J Ward Carver. 4Hf TO RENT Good 8-room house at 85 Law rence avenue ; hot and cold spring water ; good barn ; 2 minute from pasture. 8 minute from 20 stonesheds. 5 minute from school: rent $15.00. Inquire by telephone S88-6. 89t6tf OFFICE ROOMS TO block ; all conveniences, trustees, John Trow, N. Gordon. RENT In A'drtch Apply to either of D. Phelps or Alex. 98tf POULTRY ABBOTTS S. C. R. I. RED EGGS from blue ribbon matings. $1.00 and $1.60 per set ting of 13; hatching extra well. A. P. Ab bott, Barre, Vt. 63tf FOR SALE "Faultless" Houdans : tis strain has been egg-bred from traoneet rec ord since April. 180. I have bred them 24 year for great layers, and 14 years for large sise chalk white erraa : these fowls are ex tremely, hardy, have neither comb or wattle to freeze, and are the best all-winter layers in open-front coop- "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 eenta for largest illustrated poultry catalogue ever issued. It tells you how to breed these fowls, which average 260 eggs a year apiece: It tells you how to net $3,000 a year from 100 hens. E. F. McAvoy, Secretary Houdan Club, Cambridge, New York. 48tf FOR SALE FOR SALE One pair of horses, set of don ble work harness, 1 double driving harnesa, I light express harness, 1 single driving baa ness, I driving pole, 1 buggy, set of harnesa maker' tool. United States cream apearaUM in flrst-class condition. Apply at William Riddell's, Baptist street, Williams town, Vut tel. 888-12. gti AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE On account o) poor health, 6-pasenger touring ear, in flnf condition ; engine overhauled late last fall ; I extra tires. Addree C. M. Clark, telephorw 888-81, East Montpelier; Orange Co. 'phono (Wti HOTEL BUSINESS FOR SALE Commen cial house, 48 rooms all furnished; electrb light, steam heat; doing good business; rea, son for selling is because 1 am all alone sni cannot manage business. Write or call. Th( Bethel Inn, Bethel, Vt.S P. Russo, Mgr. 6ti FOR SALE Fine young work horse, age I years; weight 1.800. AddIv 801 North Mais treet. 8U FOR SALE A four-vearild hsv mnr ound, kind and a good worker: came frora the best of stock. Telephone 887-12, Harrj H. Ladd, Eaat Hill. 68K" FOR SALE 1 hav mar 1 mv.n k,,o. I also harness : will srll horse alone or thi wnoie rig. Inquire of P. B. A., 162 Soutk Main street, city. eStt FOR SALE All kinds of furniture at low. eat prices, such as cook stoves, refrigerator, tables, chairs, iron bed and bed couches, springs and mattresses, carpets and ruga, clocks, nearly new baby carriage. Call at 44 Maple avenue; tel. 244-2, Barre. 68W" FOR SALE One mare 7 ,vr M onrjt driver and worker : 1 horse. 0 nan old. trs good mailer : 1 roadcart and too buggy, both newly painted and in excellent ivtnHitinn In. quire of C. D. Brockway, Williamatown. Vt, 67t4 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. OHiver. 11 Upland avenue- eitvi phone 817-S. 7tl FOR SALE A wnoden hjrita mnA springs; also an adjustable couch. Inquirs at 20 Ayer street. 63tl NO. 188, FOR SALE Slick 80-acre farm In Newbury, Vt ; 16 acre in tillage, balance in pasture and woodland ; nice grafted fruit orchard ; farm will keep 5 cow and team ; basement barn, cJapboarded and painted ; horse bam, earriagebouse, corn barn, chick enhouse, and a large 11-room house, all in good condition, painted whit with dark trim mings : 20 rods to school, 6 miles to good manufacturing railroad town. A neat, prof itable, one-man farm : owner has other busi ness he wishes to follow and offers this for $1,500, one-half cash. 8tf NO. 1R9. FOR SALE The Mason T. Page home place at 99 Elm street, city : one of the finest homes in Barre City ; large modern housfe, only been built a few years: 11 rooms aside from halls and pantry: 4 porches, house finished In hard wood, furnace heat, electrie lights, gas, hot and cold water, set tubs and laundry : large cellar and cold storage, with cement bottom ; large lot 75 feet front and 150 deep and an extra lot adjoining of about the same sise; big garden and chickenhouse. lot of lawn, with fruit and shade trees. An elegant home: has been used partly for tak ing first-class roomers ; $40 to $M) per month oan be realised from that, besides room for a family of ordinary sire; 6 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 term are liberal. 66tf EGGS FOR HATCHING From pure blood ed Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds. Buff Leg horns, and Rose Comb Brown Leghorns : per setting 50c; they are extra good laying strain. E. H. Slayton, East Montpelier, Vt. 89tf HELP WANTED WANTED Strong young man as helper in bakery; night work.. The F. D. Ladd Co. 68tf WANTED Polisher. Bros., Barre. Apply to Robins 9t3 WANTED A pastry cook for resort hotel of 100 rooms; good pay. convenient kitchen, first-class assistant; winter in southern hotel if satisfactory. Address Box D, Bethlehem, N. H. 6Stf WANTED A girl for general housework. Mr. A. A. Lamorey, 16 Currier treet. 68tf WANTED A capable girl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. Will Lapoint, East Montpelier, Vt, 67tf NO. 100, FOR SALE Nice, new. pleasant home, built two years ago on Tremont street. Barre C-tty : 7 rooms, closets and hath : broad porches, house finished in red birch, all hard wood floors, furnace heat, electric lights, gas. hot and cold water, cemented cellar, good, large lot, fine location, good neighborhood, grand view and pure air. Let us 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 penonal property at public auction. 6tf Smith A Dashner. Real Estate Agent Rooms a--10, Howland-Cav Bid., Barre City, Vt. N. E. phone 870, and connection with the People's lines. FOR SALE OR TO RENT Cottage house; rooms, pantry, bath, laundry room, outdoor sleeping porch, furnace heat. gaa. electricity, hot and cold water, with large porch and gar den and email henhouse; Eaat street exten sion; rent $20.00. 21tf MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS in North Main 8 treet Barre, Vermont LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre - - Vermont Bridal Bouquets! Now ia the season for weddings, and remember that shower bouquets are our specialty. Send for list of flower and bed dinar plants. BURLINGTON VERMONT BOSTON LONDON PARIS CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN LIVERPOOL FRANCONIA June 9 Noon CARONIA June 16 4 PM LACONIA June 23 Noon CARMAMIA June 30 3 PM NEW AQUITANIA 47,000 TONS SAILS FROM NEW YORK June 10 Julyl July 22 126 State St., BOSTON CUNARD Or Local Agents Ernest H. Bancroft. M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Snrgeao Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. E. Telephone, 161-1$ Also th People' Lin OFFICE AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARRB FOR RENT Tenement 9 room, treet: $16.00. FOR SALE-cart. Branch Stf WANTED A first-class monumental draughtsman ; one with experience in mauso leum work preferred ; give references and sal ary expected. Apply to "M. N" Time office. 66t8 WANTED At once, table girl. Buixell Hotel. Apply at 65tf WANTED Reiishle man to work on farm : must be good milker. Telephone Montpelier 3S8-W ; J. L. Buck, East Montpelier, Vt 66t6 WANTED One nrst-clasa letter cutter: one who can out rounded style letters and who can also carve, preferred ; the scale is $4.00; will pay aa much more as man can earn ; steady work. C. Schleiter'a Sons, Free dom, Pa. 66tS LOOSE HAY FOR RAT.irinn,,r. f will S. Page, 61 South Main street. 64tf Studebaker Vehicles We are offering some special value for a few day to reduce stock. Studebaker Tracks, Studebaker Farm Wagons, Studebaker Delivery Wagons, Studebaker Two-Seatera, Stndebaker Handy Wagons, Studebaker Concords, Stude baker Top Buggies, all set up ready to hitch' to. Why pay more for a cheap wagon when yon can buy a Studebaker at a low price! Our expenses are low and our price are cor respondingly lew. Yoa have only to as yoal eyes, comparing Studebaker qusHty and pries with all others to be convinced that you ran afford to buy a Studebaker. Seeing is believing. "COME AND SEE" A. W. ALLEN CO. Sannyiide Farm, Barre, Vt. Telephone 141 DELIVERY WAGONS Plenty of Delivery Wagons 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 got a Two-Seater. We have them on hand, all ready to hitch to. POPULAR LOW PRICES COLTON 84 State St. Montpelier, Vt WANTED Two granite cutter. O'Neil, Hillside. Cook Co., III. C. J 66t6 WANTED A capable girl. Apply to Miss Clough, The Hibhard Boardinghouse, 5 St. Paul street, Montpelier, Vt. 65tf W & VTPn Mn nr In, tn vnrV nil frm P. O. Box Sal. Waterbury, Vermont. 66t6' an t take charre of a small hand laundry : good wages to a reliable woman who want a permanent place: when applying, state age and experience. Address A. L. Smith, Suet., Claremont Hospital. Clanemont, N. H. 6L'tl2 WANTED Two waitresses June IS : perma nent position. Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier, Vt. 62tl2 -Rubber-tired road and speed S3tf Telephone $14-2 H. A. PHELPS CO. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, Vt. Telephone 939-1 WUXIAMSTOWN, Vt. Telephone 38t-a That Wom-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 a bottle of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters to-day. Sold everywhere, liquid or tablets, 25 cents. DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Office Boar J te 4 P. M. Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday Als by Appointment 14 and II Blanchard Building TL It MIDWIFERY Having had many years' 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 178-1 Barre. Vt DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, Miles Building rtmm hnttrm S A. Iff. ftn 19 U l 1 .A , P. at- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection i JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of j j Jewelry, come in and seej j our splendid display. j j 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j j J IS Mala St., Sale Agency for I I "Bos tea American" in Barre. " lsieaaseaeaeeaasaeaeeaeBieaBal Vermont Tire & Rubber Co. "SAFETY FIRST" You don't tak any chance when you buy your tire here. Vulcanizing for those who discriminate. 14 PROSPECT ST. TEL. Se7-W F. G. & C. H. ROWELL Architects and Designers F. G. Rowell is a graduate of the Interna tional Correspondence Schools. C. H. Rowell ha 5 years of practical buildtnir and a course of Architectural Scale and Detiiil Draw ing. We are prepared to do all kinds of Scale and Detail Drawing-s in a nee.t and accurate manner. Telephone 384-4 WANTED 25 men to cut pulp at the Grav el Pit, Plainfleld. Apply to Peter Blouin at the Johnson place. Plainfleld, Vt. 61tl2 MEN WANTED to learn to drive and re pair autos and prepare to fill positions ; write st once. Maine Auto Co., 779 Forest avenue, Portland. Me. 61t52 WANTED A uirl to work in office at Bar ton. Vt, ; must be experienced in bookkeeping and drausrhtinir. For further information, apply at 4 Laurel street. S'tf Plenty of Farm Trucks Solid Axle Trucks Thimble Skein Trucks WAY-DOWN LOW PRICES COLTOX 84 State St. Montpelier. Vt Lilley Style Farm Wagons Hi-Inch Axle Wagons 1-Inch Axle Wagons 114-Inch Axle Wagons 1-Inch Axle Wagons 1 4-Inch Axle Wagons 2-Inch Axle Wagons Riirht Here Ready for Yeu COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER WANTED WANTED A Job on farm or in the city by a capable boy sixteen years old : some experi ence on a farm. Address "Work, Times office. 69t3 PUPIL NURSES Male and female, wanted at the Taunton State Hospital Training- School for Nurses. For particulars, address Dr. Ar thur V. Cms. Sunt.. Taunton S'ate Hospital. Taunton, Masa. 46tf LOST AND FOUND FOUND A fox terrier dote came to my place, which owner can have by payinjr for this adv. and the doers board. Apply to J. r Pilon, at Deaaureau stoneshed, Barre. 9t3' STRAYED Into my enclosure, one by mare with haiter or.. Owner can have same by paytnir ehnnres. Hayden M. Jeffords. Wil liamstown, Vt. 6813 MISCELLANEOUS LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired James Ahem, 11 Blackwell street. 47tf 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 ana 4 Bolster Block Barre. Vt, Ravlnf Been Appointed Airents far the WATERLOO CEMENT MACHINERY Corporation of Waterloo, Iowa. we can supply you with Concrete Mixers, Builders' Hoists, Elevators, and Contractors' Equipment. We have Small Cement Mixers that will interest you : 10 days' free trial For particulars write or telephone wuuu a uru.umKE Telephone Conneetiona Barre. Vermont AUTOMOBILES TO HIRE PRICES REASONABLE GOOD. EASY-RIDING CARS COMPETENT CHAUFFEURS DROWN'S GARAGE Telephone 415-W Barre, Vermont CigaT. Thirty-nine years' continuous in creased al tells its own story, fac tory, Manchester, N. EL WANTED We will mail you 1.00 for full set of old fake teeth, any condition, partial set in proportion ; send by parcel post. Dixon Dental ton" Uorchester, Mass. 86t" WANTED Cows and calves bought and ex changed. Beckley A Mclntyre, telephone 884-22. 63tf WANTED Dead horse and rattle to tak away In Barre. East Barre, Williamatown and Montpelier. Tel. 865-W. Barre, Vt F. K. Bailey. 48U56 PULP WOOD WANTED I am now con tracting for peeled spruce, flr and poplar pulp wood, for fall and winter delivery ; cash paid for softwood stumpage and lumber lota. H. P. Hinman, R. F. D. No. 1, Barre. Vt ; N. E. and Orange Co. 'phone. 7tt REGISTERED PERCHER0N STALLION COCO FRANCE NO. fli.SSH AMERICA No. SI.5TS SEASON OF 1914 Coco. No. $1,675, wa nine year old March IS. 1914; was bred in France, imported in 1907 ; has fine action and good style; stands 16 hands high ; weight 1,500 pounds. His color is a nice bay. with star in forehead and white hind feet. He is one of the best, if not the beet draft stallion in Vermont. Coco will stand at the ate ble of Irving W. Bate in East Barre, 1 mile from East Barre village. TKRMS 12.00 at time of 6 rat service, and $10.00 when colt is 9 days old. I have complied with the law of Vermont regarding stallions and shall hold colt for service fee. IRVING W. BATES. N. E. Phone 234-18; People's Phone 8-48, Washington. RegHtered Guernsey Bull Calves for sale. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE TIMES AXD GET SURE RESULTS Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER It. lilt TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: 7.20 A. M. except Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 12:25P.M.Di,y. exceP Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate, stations. 2:30 P.M. DailT pt Sunday, for Wells River and in termediate stations. 9:30P.M.DaiIy' ,or Welu RiT and intermediate; sta tions. Eas through Pullman sleeping car for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m.