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THE BARItE DAILY TIDIES, BARRE, . VT., 3I0NDAY, JUNE 22, 1914. .
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFEREN1 SECTIONS The tax rat of Burlington for 1914 will be $1.75. This is a raise of 10 cents on the rate of last year, notwithstanding a larger grand list. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wells of Spring field recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Of 11 children Dorn to them seven are living. . They also have 23 grandchildren and nine great granddchildren. . The war department has furnished a aupply of the anti-typhoid prophylactic for the treatment of the organized mili tia of Vermont. Commanding officers of the first infantry and the first squad ron of cavalry have been authorized to arrange for the proper administering of the treatment by the medical officers at tached to their commands. An attempt is to be made to raise company of militia in Bennington, to take part in the annual muster at Fort Ethan Allen, which is to be open July 22. The old militia company ha been disbanded for some time. While Harry B. Foster, employed in getting ut telephone poles, was going across country in Guilford, with a cross cut saw in his band, Thursday, be fell, drawing his right arm across the saw, severing two veins and lacerating the muscles. He was taken to ttie urattie- boro hospital. Don't Lose Sleep Coughing at Night Take Foley's Honey and Tar Com ' ponnd. It glides down your throat and spreads a healing, soothing coating over the inflamed tickling surface. That's immediate relief. It loosens up . the tightness in your chest, stops stuffy, wheezy breathing, eases distressing, racking, tearing coughs. Children love it Refuse any substitutes. Contains no opiates. Advt. Get Rid of the Torment of Rheumatism . Remember how spry and active you were before you had rheumatism, back ache, swollen, aching joints and stiff, painful muscles? Want to feel that way again? You can just take Foley Kidney Pills. For they quickly eleaf the blood of the poisons that cause you pavn, misery and tormenting rheuma tism. Advt. Make nr af setting the beet Mustard, Spice and Flavoring- Extract by sarins to your grocer, "Stickney & Poor's" TRY WELCOME SOAP for whiter clothe and easier washdars. Ail dealer have It. Manufactured br Lever Bros, Coe., Cam bridge. Mem. Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE JUNK IX. 114 TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: 7.15 a.m. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and inter mediate stations. 12.25 P.m. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and interme diate stations ;has through ; parlor car for Boston, arriving at 8:25 p. m. 2.45 a.m. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and inter mediate stations. 9.30 D.m. Daily for Wells River and intermediate stations. Has through Pullman sleeping car for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m. Bedding Plants Geranium, Salvia, Verbinas, As ters, Marigolds, etc. Send for list of plants and flowers. We have the greatest variety of cut flowers in the state, and we prepay all flower orders by parcel post. BURLINGTON VERMONT WILLIAMSTOWN. Death and Funeral of Mrs. Myra L. Blanchard. The funeral of Mrs. Myra I Blanch ard, who passed peacefully away at her home on South Mtin street June Id, was held at the house at 2 o'clock June 111, Rev. Frances A., Kimball or Al stead, N. H., a former pastor of the I'niversalist church here, officiating. The bearers, L. R. Blanchard. A. E. House Harry Blanchard and Howard Tucker, were members oi the family. The inter ment was in the village cemetery. Mrs. Ulancliard was born in Orange, March 29, 1849, and was the daughter of George and Kmcline Elmer. She was married Sept. 29, J 867. to Origen A. Blanchard of Barre, a veteran of the Civil war, a member of company D, second Vermont regiment, who died on Jan. 12, 1911. Three children were born to them, Leon R. now of Helena, N. V. Hattie M. (Mrs. A. K. House) of this town and Harley, who died at the age of 11 months. Be sides the son and daughter mentioned above, Mrs. Blanchard is survived by two grandchildren, Merle and Woldon House, and also by three Butters, Mrs. Benjamin Tucker of Tunbridge, Mrs. Louise Blanchard of South Barre, and Mrs. Adella F. Nelson of Barre.. " Mrs Blanchard was a charter member of Wil liam Wells W. R, C. No. 75, whose mem bers attended the funeral in a body. There were many beautiful floral trib utes. Among the relatives present from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. House, Mr and Mrs. A. B. Coffin, Mrs Eleanor Blanchard, Miss Alice Blanchard, Roy Blanchard and Mrs. F. A. Church, all of Barre; A. C. Blanchard and Mr. C. A. Bartlett of Montpelier; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blanchard and Mrs. Louise Blanchard of South Barre; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fiske of Plainfield; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Corwin of Chelsea; G. E. Kehon and Mrs. Roy Nelson of Orange; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tucker of Tunbridge; Mrs. Nelson Vassar of Waterbury. Mrs. Windsor G. Ditty is in Roches ter for a tend days' visit with relatives. Rural Carrier Hiram S. Drury of route No. 3 who with his wife is camp ing at Fairlee lake, was in town the 19th on business, returning to the lake the 20th. The local fl. A. R. post lias presented the band boys with $15.00 in token of their appreciation of the music furnished by them on Memorial day. Rev. and Mrs. Alven M. Smith, sMm. George T. Colby and Mrs. George E. Wil bur were in Montpelier the 18th, at tending the annual convention of the Universalis churches of Vermont and Province of Quebec. Mrs. Herbert G. Reed of Gorham, N". H. is at the home of her father, John Geake, sr., for a few weeks. Mr. Robert B. Parker, for several terms a teacher in the grammar room at the village and now of Waterville, is in town for a few days' visit with friends. Miss Excellenza Morse of Brandon is in town for a short visit with her broth er, Harry S. Morse, for the past two years principal of the high school. The band concert that was to be given Saturday evening was postponed on ac count of the weather, and will be given on Saturday evening of this week. Miss Fleeta Iwia of South Parre, a former clerk in Downs' store and later in the postoffice, was in town last week for a brief visit to her cousin, Mrs. Har ry M. Lasell. J7T. J. r. Gilford and mother, Mrs. Celia Gilford, both of Randolph, were in town the 21st and made a short vis it at George T. Colby's. Archie K. Cram has finished the school he has been teaching in Windsor and is at the home of his parents. Miss Kuth Martin has finished work s bookkeeper and stenographer for Paasera Bros., Louis Passera, who has been recovering from an operation for appendicitis at Brightlook hospital, St. iiohnsbury, being now able to take her place. javoraoie reports continue to be re ceived of the condition of Miss Hattie Briggrs, who has been for several davs at the Fanny Allen hospital, Winooski. A subeeription paper is beincr circulat ed for funds to make possible to have the streets in the village oiled, as has been done with good effect for the past two years. , The Odd Fellows' lodge will hold a practice meeting to-morrow (Tuesday) night. Per order noble grand. STATE OF, VERMONT.. WASHINGTON COUNTY, SS. Auction Sale OF Personal Property As I have a mortgage which I wish to meet, I have decided to sell my herd of high-grade Jersey and Holstein cows, also my farmnig tools and team, at pub lic auction on the premises where I now r(ide, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on Wednesday, June 24, 1914 The Farm is located about i mile from Berlin Pond. South, on the right-hand road towards Northfield and about 5 fniles from Northfield, and ii known as the Brassaw Place. 1 1 Grade Holstein and Jersey Cows some fresh and several to freshen in the early fall; Also Two Calves, Two Horses, one especially good, weight about 1,300, Farming Tools, DeLaval Separator of 1J00 pounds capacity; two churns, 1 butter worker, four milk cans, 10 cream cans, mowing machine, horse rake, hay tedder, harrow, 2 cultivators, 1 weedev. corn planter, corn shell er. 2 farm wagons, i 2-horse sleds, I sleigh, pair of work harnesses, 1 driving harness, 1 2 horse power drag saw, 1 circular saw, ensilage cutter with 22-ft, carrier; 475 tin buckets, evaporator, draw tubs, stor age tanks, and a lot of hardwood lum ber; hoes, rakes, forks, and lot of small tools not mentioned. This property is 'most all in good condition. The cows are all doing well and would, not be sold except for the reasons above stated. Remember the date! Lunch to be served at noon. 1 WILLIAM BELLMORE, Owner. D. A. PERKY, Auctioneer. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our thanks and appreciation for the kindness and sym pathy shown us during the sickness and death of our mother,, also for the many beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mr. L. R. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. House, and family. Bad Air in the Country. The following is taken from the cur rent issue of Farm and Fireside: "Professor Schindler of Wisconsin states that, while the country boasts of its pure air, such 'bad air' diseases as tuberculosis, influenza, pneumonia, and bronchitis are more common in the country than in towns. He has made a study of the ventilation methods fol lowed by rural carpenters and archi tects, and believes that bad ventilation is the causse of the bad health. Well built houses, heated by up-to-date meth ods, are worse in this respect than the old log house. Every house should have a substitute for the old fashioned fire side as a ventilator." In Chancery. Jones Brother Company, Donald Smith H. J. M. Jones, . va. Barre Whit Granit Company, Granite Sav ing Bank & iruat Company, Uuarry bav ingi Bank & Truat Company, Barre Saving! Bank b Troat Company. John Trow. H. A, Phelp. A Hand G. Fay, Richard V. Storer, Georve Straiten. Fayette T. Cutler. WHEREAS, the orators in the above en titled cause on the 17th day of April, A. D. 19H, filed their petition in the office of the clerk of the court ox chancery of said county, letting- forth in ubtance that the defendant, the Barre White Granite Company, is the owner of several lot of o -called granite land, or quarry land, situated in the town of Barre. in aid county : that on Mar ! lt'06, the defendant, the Barre White Granite Company, mortgaged a portion of laid quarry land to one James B. Chase to secure a not for the turn of aixteen thousand dollar ; that the defendant, the Granite Saving Bank Y Trust Company, is now the owner and holder of said note, and that the aaid note and a large amount of accrued interest i now due and unoaid : that aaid note is signed by the defendants. John Trow, H. A. Phelps, George btraiton, and by the orator. Donald bmitn and Jones Brothers Co. ; that the defendant, the Granite Savings Bank aV Trust Co.. on the 7th day of February, A. D. 1814, brought its bill of foreclosure against the defendant. John Trow. H. A. Fheipa. George Stralton Fayette T. Cutler and the Barre White Gran- no Company, and your orator. Jones Bi Co., Donald Smith and H. J. M. Jones, therein alleging that the defendants in that bill were indebted to she orator therein in the sum of $17,690.75, and preying that the defendant be decreed to pay to the clerk of the court of chancery said sum with interest and costs, by a short date, or be foreclosed of all right of redemption therein, and that the same Is now pending in said court of chancery. That on June 10, 1909, the defendant, the Barre White G rente Company, mortgaged a certain other portion of its property payable to she National Bank of Barre to secure a note for the sum of (A.OOo. whirli not was signed by the defendant, the Barre Whit i.ranit Co., and the defendants. John Trow, H. A. Phelps, F. T. Cutler, Richard V. 6torer, Alland G. Fay, and the three orators herein, and that said note and mnrtini wr - signed to the defendant. th. Omrr, nans at iruat lo.. and that said not and a large amount of accrued interest i. i rhi. and owing ; that on said 10th day of June, 1909, the defendant, the Barre White Granite Co.. executed another note and mortgage on the same parcel of property covered by the last previous mortgage. lor tne amount of 14,500. payable to the Barre Savings Bsnk A Trust Co., which note wss signed by the Barre White Granite Co., John Trow, H. A. Phelps, Ailand G. Fay. F. T. Cutler. Richard V. Storer and the three orators herein, and that said note Is now due and owing, together with a large amount of accrued interest : that nearly alt, if not the whole number of said notes, were signed by the defendant, the Barre wnne uranite company, a principal, and the other defendant and the orators herein, a sureties ; that- the defendant, the Barre white uranite Company. without funds and owns and possesses no other property than the said quarry land above mentioned, and a little quarry equipment; that it is not sble to pay said notes or any pert thereof : that it is not and has not for a long time psst been carrying on any business and that it is wholly insolvent. That the foreclosure proceedings, if carried to a decree, will result in greet iniurv and las to the orators and to all of the de fendants. Thst properly to dispose of ssid property to advantage to ail interested parties. It 1 necessary that a disinterested person be ap pointed as receiver to sell and dispose of said property. And praying that a receiver be appointed for that purpose, and thst an interlocutory order issue requiring all creditor of the Harr White Granite Co. to file specinrations with the clerk of this court, and requiring the creditor and stockholders and all other per sons interested in ssid Bsrr White Granite Company to show cause why the prayer of said bill should not be granted, and for other relief. Whereupon after hearing, the chancellor issued the following decretal order. FIRST, that Virgil E. Ay em, of the city of Barre In the county of Washington and state of Vermont, be snd is hereby appointed receiver of all and singular the real estate and per sonal property of the Barre White Granite Company, of every kind snd description, and of all moneys, claims, actions, credits and other assets of every kind held and owned by said Barre White Granite Co., to have and to hold the same as the officer of and under the order and direction of this court. SECOND, that the receiver is authorised and directed to take immediate poaaeaeion of all snd singular the property above described belonging to the Barre White Granite Com pany and to sell the same at public auction to the highest bidder before Sept 1, A. D. 1914, said public aucU-o to be held at such place in the city or town of Barre in ssid county of Washington as the receiver shall decide upon, and at least three weeks' notice of such public suction shsll be given by ssid receiver by mailing, postage prepaid, to the orators snd defendants, a written or printed notice of the time and place of said sale, and further by publishing notice of the time snd place of said sale in the Barre Daily Times of said city of Barre, In st least three issues thereof, prior to said sale, and by sueh further notice or notices as to the re ceiver shall seem advisable. Said sale shall be made for cash payable on tender of the receiver's deed to the purchaser or purchaser of said property. THIRD, thst all the creditors of the said Barre Whit Granite Company are hereby au thorised and commanded to file with L. C. Moody. Esq., at the city of Montpelier in said county of Washington, clerk of said court of chancery, thirty days from the date of notice so to do, proof of their respective claims against said Barre White Granite Com pany, properly sworn to; snd all creditors of ssid company who fail or neglect to file their claim or claims on or before said date shsll be forever barred from enforcing their claim or claims, and said clerk is hereby ordered snd directed to notify all creditors to file their claims with said clerk, on or before Sent. 1. A. D. 1914. and shall mail said notices to such creditors as said re ceiver shall indicate in writing to said clerk, and shall publish the substance of this order In said Barre Daily Times, in four publica tions thereof, each week, during the four weeks prior to thirty days from the date of notice to file said claims ; and said receiver is hereby ordered and directed to pay to said clerk the expense of sending and advertising said notices. Done st chambers at the county courthouse In the eity of Montpelier In said county of Washington, this 6th day of April, A. D. 1914. LEIGHTON P. SLACK, Chancellor. Given under my hand st Montpelier in said county, this 6th day of June. A. D. 1914. LEWIS C. MOODY. Clerk. June B-1S-22-2J AUCTION SALES 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, Auctioneer Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates J. W. DILLON t and 4 Bolster Blecfc Barre, Tt NOTICE Notice i herehr given thst I. F. W. Lang lois. of the eity of Bsrre in the county of Washington snd state of Vermont, sm a dealer in nnn.lntorieattng beverages, and the same are put up and sold in bottles and reeenteclea. which remain my property while the consumer is using snd deposing ot tne con tents thereof, and said beverage are shipped in bottles on which the following name, and mark and device si stamped, in a prominent manner, to wit : Bottles marked F. W. LANGLOIS, BARRE, VT.. bottles marked BARNEY ft LANGLOIS. BARRE, VT., bottles marked M. J. McGOW- AN, BARRE. VT, and said bottles marked M. J. McGOWAN are also further marked by the monogram M. J. M. stamped or blown Into said bottles, and all persons are hereby warned and forbidden from using, selling or disposing of any of said bottles or receptacle marked as foresaid, without ray consent. And I further give notice that the srn re id marks, names and devices, have been filed in the office of the clerk of the city of Barre, and that I have complied with section 4968 of the public statutes of Vermont snd caused the seme to be published four week successively in the Bsrre Daily Times, a news paper published at the city of Barre. Dated at the eity of Barre this 9th day of June, A. D. 1914. F. W. LANGLOia. 7ot24 BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS Piano Tuner Fames and organs tuned and repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also manager of The Harris Orchestra Music furnished for any errs Ion. 10 SPAULDING STREET Phone lfl-W EDWIN W. BRUCE flOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHES Fapil ef the Fimon Seveik, Vienna Royal High School, and Marteaa, Berlin High Behest 1 TERMS II.M PER LESSON Also leader of the Barre Opera Rouse aad Mcnttterier Military Bead Orchestras II NELSON ST. PHONB 411-11 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE - 342-21 FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will publish Wants, lost and Found, For Sal. To Let, etc. short adver tisements t the rate of four lines for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and nv cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR IMMEDIATE SALE A good dwelling-house and barn well lo cated on electric car line, a snort wsia in the postoffice. House contains 10 rooms, be sides hath, closets and other conveniences for s comfortable home. Has electric lights, gas hot-air furnace. Barn suitable for tenement snd would rent for 112 to $15 per month. This property can. be bought on or before July 1. for I3.HI0. " ROBINSON ft McALLISTER, Agents FORTY FARMS FOR SALE, or exchsnge for eity property! these farms will Keep rrom IS to 60 cows; good location, near raihoad. J. B. Stewart, Northfield, Vt. 81t24 FOR SALE Cottage house of rooms at 40 Pleasant street ; good cellar, a lot 6 rds, long and 8 rds. deep; hot and cold water; electric lights. Inquire st 61 Merchant street. 79t6 SMITH & DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING NO. 191, located 2 miles from Bsrr City; 175-ecre farm, 75 acres tillage, balance pas ture and woodland ; machine-mowed fields that lay well and very free from stone. Farm will keep 86 head and team ; large, new, base ment barn, 100 ft. long, clapboarded and painted ; has 82 stanchions and silo, ehicken house and wagon sheds; large, new 11-room house, water at house snd barn ; 25 cows, 1 bull. IS eslves. t horaes. 28 shesD. gasoline engine, cream separator and dairy tools, and most every kind of fdrm tools ana nwninery used in carrying on a large farm. This is ens of the best money-making farms in Wash ington county. Owner has other business and will give someone a good trade. 81tf NO 187 FOR SALE. 108-aere farm In Wash ington, 80 acres tillage, balance pasture and woodland: 600 Sugar trees, soft and hard wood timber enough for the farm. This plsce ill keen 10 cows and team. Good, large basement barn 40x60 ft. ; house of 6 rooms, pantry and closets ; water at house and barn ; 1 mile to school ; It. r . u. ana teiepnone lines : a good, medium-sited, low-priced farm ; comfortable buildings. Price f 1,100; one-half ah. ltf NO. 193. FOR SALE, nice large city prop erty, located on South Man street ; I tene ments, that rent for 14s per month ; z bath rooms, furnace heat; house partly finished In hard wood ; all hardwood floors ; electric lights, gas, hot and cold spring water, ce mented cellar, large lot, T6 ft. front, 7 rods deep ; nice shade trees ; on car line. I minute to postofflr. Good property, good location, good proposition for someone, as th price will be msde right. iltf TO RENT TO RENT Four furnished rooms for. light housekeeping ; electric lights, furnace heat snd gas; suitable for two persons; 116.00 ner month.. Innuira 10 Eastern avenue: tel. .42-18. 80t6 TO RENT 67 Elm street, upstair tenement of 6 rooms and bathroom ; hot and eoia water, lectin, liirhta le Annlv H. B. Houghton. 61 Elm street. TO RENT Two extra nice furnished roonis : all modern conveniences. Apply at 85 Keith avenue. , "Otf TO RENT Tenement for light housekeep ing for one or two ladies ; nice, pleasant, well-furnished kitchen; sleeping-room above. 10 Averill street. Also barn snd storeroom at 60 Elm street. Inquire of Mrs. George. 10 Averill street. "ts FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT At 9 Keith svemie. IRti OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT In Aldrirh block r all conveniences. Apply to either of trustees. John Trow. N. D. Phelps or Alex Gordon. 8tf HELP WANTED WANTED Saleslady, also cashier and type writer, in drygooda store : state experience and references. Address "B.," Barre Times, ant WANTED A steady, capable girl for gen- ral housework. Address Box 66. Barre, Vt OObS U'nilPV .Qui I Mum nteed hosiery to friend and neighbor: 70 per cent, profit: make 610 daily; experience unnecessary. International Mill, box 402B, West rnuaaeipnia. ri, WANTED A first-class letter cutter, union hop, steady job. Wm. Adams ft Son, Lex ington, Ky. "i WANTED Girl for general housework. T. G. Williams. Williamstown, Vt., R. F. D. 8. 7t6- 15 WAYS WOMEN ARE MAKING MONEY IN SPARE TIME, written by the women themselves; each wsy won 81.00 prise 15 cents. Jackson, East Falmouth, Mass. 80t6 WANTED A kitchen woman at Montpelier House. AoDly to A. S. Sparrow. Montpelier. Vt. -76tf FOR SALE RABBITS Seven-weeks-old rabbits for sals at low prices ; writ or come and see me. Homer Bassett, R. F. D. No. 1. Trow Hill. 83t2 FOR SALE One bay mare, VI years old ; one bay mare, 6 years old ; one yearling colt. Inquire of M. J. McLean, Williamstown, Vt. ; telephone 888-22. . 88t FOR SALE Eight young, good working horses; also cows. A. Tomaai, 12 Merchant street; telephone 177-W. 84tf PRIVATE SALE of good dean household goods ; must be sold before June 27. Wm. R. Birnis, 12 Harrington avenue. 84t2 FOR SALE A three-year-old brown mares perfectly safe: weighs 1,026 lb. Telephone Montpelier 166-4, Mike McMahon. 80t6 FOR SALE On No. 4 Sharpies tubular" cream separator, 600 lbs. capacity ; has been used a little: will be sold cheap; can be seen st Arkley's Storehouse on Granite street. 79t6 FOR SALE E. M. F. 80 touring car in perfect condition : thoroughly overhsuled and repainted. Apply at Capital Garage Co., Court street, Montpelier, Vt. 72tf AUTOMOBILE FOR 8ALE On account of poor health, 6-passenger touring car, in fin condition ; engine overhauled late last fall ! 1 extra tires. Address C. M. Clark, telephon 886-81. East MontneliAr ; Orsnst Cn 'nhnne. 68tf LOOSE HAY FOR SAT.FTnnnlr. of Will S. Page, 1 South Main street. 54tf FOR SALE Second-hand Mower in good condition ; price .$12.00 A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephone AGENTS WANTED 87 daily selling new fibre brooms i every women will buy. Ssm ole by express. 80 cents. Wynne Broom Co.. Elmlra, N. Y. 74tl WANTED At once, table girl. BusseJl Hotel. Apply at estf MEN WANTED to learn to drive and re pair autos and prepare to fill positions: write st once. Main Auto Co., 779 Forest avenue. Portland. Ma. 81t62 WANTED girl to work in office st Bar. ton. Vt ; must be experienced In bookkeeping and draughting. For further information, apply at 4 Laurel street. . . 67tf NO. 194. FOR SALE, owner leaving state; good 6-room bouse and barn on Beck ley street ; porch, hardwood floors; good cellar; spring water; bam has 8 stalls and lots of carriage room ; good large henhouse ; big lot of land. 100x100 ft.; nice fruit and shsde trees; lots of garden room. You can raise all th pota toes and vegetables used by a large family and then some. Pleasant location ; it will surprise you to know how low this property can be bought. 81tf W have a large list of farms, all kinds. sites and prfres : also eity property, large snd small. If you wish to sell and list with us, we give your property prompt attention. Real estate and personal property sold at public auction, if you wish. Smith ft Dsshner. Real Estate Agents Rooms 8-9-10, Howlsnd-Cavs Bid., Barre City, vt N. K. phone iiv, ana connection witn th People's lines FARMS with Stock, Tools, Etc. GOOD WAY TO PURCHASE, AS THERE IS AN INCOME FROM THE START . MERCHANT TAILORING Alto Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS la Nerth Main Street Bsrr. VersMat Why She Snubbed Him. A certain young roupleVho were mar ried aome months afro never had a cloud to mar their happinoss until recently, according to The Ladies' Home Journal. One morning the young wife came to breakfast in an extremely sullen and un happy mood. To all her husband's in quiries, she returned snappish answers. She was in no better frame of mind when he came home that evening for dinner, all of which mystified the young husband. Finally, late in the evening, in reply to his insistent demands to know what the matter was, the wife burst into tears and replied: "Henry, if ever I dream again that you have kissed another woman, I'll never speak to you aa long as I live." COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF MARIA F. SOLDINI The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate Court for the district of Washington. COMMISSIONERS, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demands of sll persons against the estate of Maris F. Boldtni, late of the city of Barre, In said dis trict, deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that ws will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the store of George N. Tilden, in the eity of Barre, in said district, on the 80th day of June snd 1st day of December next, from 9 o'clock a. m. until 8 o'clock, p. m.. on each of said days, and that six months from the 2d day of June, A. D., 1914, Is th time limited by ssid court for ssid creditors to present their claims to us for examination and al lowance. Dated at the city of Bsrre, this 6th day of June, 1914, THOS. H. CAVE. JR., ARTHUR C. TILDEN, Commissioners. June 8-16-22 LAMOREY CLOTHING COMPANY CUSTOM TAILORING Barre - Vermont Ernest H. Bancroft, M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Sorge Graduate Chicago Veterinary College N. K. Telephone, 141-18 Alse th People's Lfn OFFICII AND HOSPITAL, SOUTH BARKS 74! Fsrm. stock and tools, only 81.600 : ( rows, 1 pr. 1-year-old oxen, 4 t-year-old heif ers, 1 bull, 1 horse. 80 hens, 1 nearly new lumber wagon, set trucks, set oi sleds, new buggy, spring sleig-h, cream separator, gaso line engine, ensilage cutter, mowing mschine, horse rake, harrow snd all small tools, to gether with all growing crops; contains about 80 aerss, and the buildings are in very gooa shane: 2 -story house, wood and fruit for fsrm; located 8 miles from good large town, near neighbors, on main highway, R. F. D., telephone, etc. We think you wlil look a long time before you can get as much value for so littl money. Figure the personal nrooertr and estimate the value of th crops when harvested, and the cost of the real estate will be pretty low. sltl 70 Only 1 miles from Williamstown vil lage, on good road ; contains 120 seres good land in high state of cultivation: large amount of hard wood and some soft wood ; good fruit orchard, large house of 18 rooms in line shape; barns are convenient and all roofs are good. With the farm th owner withes to sell all of the stock and toots, a partial list of which is here given: 10 cows, 4 8-year-olds, 6 a boats. 2 horses, 20 hens, 2 mowing machines, 1 McCormick horse rake, 1 horse hoe, spade hoe, corn planter, 1 2-horse weeder, interest in ensilage cutter. 1 1-horse wagon, 1 2-horse wsgon, 1 buggy Wagon, 1 backboard, 1 set 2-horse sleds, 1 1-horse sled, 1 pung, share in Orange County Telephone Co., all growing crops and small tools, all for 86,500. . Sltf 79-Juat listed, 400 acre ; at least 600 M. soft wood : 40 oows, some of which cost owner 8200: 12 head of young stock, 12 horses, 1 pr. worth 8600: fine set of tools, including milk ing machine, 8 gasoline engines, wagons, sleds, etc. ; in fact, everything necessary for the operation of a farm of this sixe. About 100 acres of nearly level tillage land: build ings good, 1 barn 100 ft. long, hsy all goes In at top : house of 18 room. This fsrm cut nearly 160 tons of hay and is located in one of the best farming sections of the state, and the price is just about what th personal property and timber is worth 810,000 for all. Sltf PUPIL NURSES Male and female, wanted at the Taunton State Hospital Training School for Nurses. For particulars, address Dr. Ar thur V. Goss, Supt., Taunton Stale Hospital. Taunton. Mas. 46tf HALL'S AUTOMOBILE AND BARBER SCHOOLS II I 814 Wsshington street. Boston, Mass. Wsges. room, board, railroad ticket furnished by "61 Co-ooerativ Propositions Get parteulars. 76t81 WANTED WANTED Work by a strong boy, age IT, In the city er on a farm. 17 King street, off Spaulding street. - 8St6 DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEWING Satisfaetion guaranteed. Room 48, Mile) block; second floor. Telephone 174-12. 32t6' WANTED A position keeping house for an elderly man. For particulars inquire Mrs. Henry Culver, Bemis place, city. 8lt6 BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER, who is an . experienced office man. desires change of position : highly recommended. Ad dress P. O. Bos 428. Burlington, Vt 80tll POSITION WANTED Capable girt would like job in office; ean do bookkeeping, type writing and draughting; hsa had long experi ence Address "A. B. C," general delivery, Barre, Vt 78tf WANTED Cows and calve bought and ex changed. Berkley Mclntyrs, telephone 884-22. 8tf WANTED Deed horse and cattle to tak sway in Barre. East Bsrre. Williamstown and Montpelier. Tel. 866-W. Barre. Vt F. K. Bailey. 4SU66 ESTATE OF MARY E, LAWRENCE i JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of T 1 ! Jewelry, come in and see! I our spieneua display. : j O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j lees...... J Mala St. gels Agency fsr 'stsstsa Asserlraa" ( Bans. I State of Vermont. District of Washington, ss. The Honorable Probate Court for the District Aforesaid : To sll persons interested In the estste of Mary E. Lnwrenre. late of the city of Barr. in said district, deceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, said court baa assigned th 18th day of July next for examining and allowing the account of th executor of the estate of ssid deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claim ants of the same, and ordered that public no tice thereof be given to all persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks succcssivefy previous to the day as signed, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, in said dis trict. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at ths probate office in Montpelier, in said district on the day assigned, then and there to contest the sllowsnee of said account if you see cause, snd to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. -Given under my hand, this 13th dsy of June, 1914. MARY J. CUTLER, Register. June 16-22-29 That Worn-Out Feeling with loss of appetite, constipation, bil iousness, -aiek headache, - is nature's warning Ciat you need a good summer tonie. (let a bottle of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters to-day. Sold everywhere, liquid DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women OBcs Hears 1 to 4 P. R. Taeadav. Tharsdsy nd Saturday Also by Aasolntiasnt 14 and 18 Blanchard Building Tat. 18 MIDWIFERY Having had many years experience, I am prepared to serve any who may need the serv ices of a midwife or obstetric nurse. Address Mrs. Elizabeth La Clair 84 Summer St Telephon 178-12 Barre, Vt DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35, MUea Building Office hoor. (A M. to 12 M. and 1 :80 to 4 P. M.. Mondav, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Telephone Connection M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calla answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BASSE, Vt Telephone jjo-i WILLIAMSTOWN. Vt Telephone 381-a 2062 Villag place with 7 acres of land, lsrg fruit orchard ; one of th very desirable places not usually offered for sale: tine 8 room residence, finished in hard wood : all hard wood Boors ; electric lights, fireplace, wide porch, good cellar: a house that will please you. The barn is 28x80, with basement, snd Is new. The owner ha recently laid out 8500 on these buildings. While most of the land i tillsgs, there is some hard and soft wood. A fin home, good place for poultry and garden ing, within easy drive of good market; I minutes to postoffice, stores, churches, etc. : price 12,600. This is one of the most desirable places we have ever offered. Sltf House, barn and 8 acres of land In Berlin, with fine set of buildings and good land. Let us show photo of this fine pises. Price is right. 81U PULP WOOD WANTED I am now con tracting for peeled epruee. fir and poplar pulp wood, for fall and winter delivery : rash paid for softwood stumnsge snd lumber lots. H. P. Hlnmsn. R. F. D. No. 1, Bsrre. Vt. : N. E. and Orange Co. 'phones. 87tf POULTRY FOR SALE "Faultless" Houdsns : tfiis strain has been eew-bred from trapnest rec ords since April, 1890. I hav bred them 24 years for great layers, and 14 years for large slse chalk white egg ; these fowls are ex tremely, hardy, have neither comb or wattle to fnaeae, and are the best all-winter layers In open-front coops. "Fsultless" strain Hou dsns hsv won every blue ribbon New York, Chicago and Philadelphia shows for past six years : eggs and stock sold on honor : send 10 cents for Isrgest illustrated poultry catalogue ever issued. It tells you how to breed tries fowls, which average 250 eggs a year apiore; It tells you how to net 88,000 a year from 100 hens. E. F. McAvoy, Secretary Houdan Club. Canbridge. New York. 48tf Mowers, Rakes and Tedders All new, fresh" stock with up-to-the- minute latest improvements; 1914 mod els and every one guaranteed. Low prieea on everything. Repairs for all style of machines. COME AND SEE. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephones SPECIAL VALUES Riding' Cultivator, latest made, most easily adjusted, does splendid wsrk, 838.00 value, for 883.00. All weeders snd cultivators at ex tremely lew prices. 8TUDEBAKER DOUBLE FARM HARNESS 331.00. STUDEBAKER DOUBLE BOX FARM WAGON 135.00, 323 8-in. Feed Mill, 318.0. Repairs ef AU Kinds "Com and See" A. W. ALLEN CO. Snnnyside Farm, Barr, Vt. Telephan 14 BEGISTESED PERCHER0N STALLION COCO FRANCE NO. 'I.85S AMERICA No. 11,871 SEASON OF 1814 Coco. No. 61.I7S. was nine years old March 18. 1914; was bred in France, imported In 1907; has fine action and good style; stands 18 hands high ; weight 1,500 pounds. His color is a nice Lsy. with star in forehead and white bind feet. He is one of th best, if not th beat draft stallion in Vermont Coco will stand st the stable of Irving W. Bstes in East Bsrre, 1 mile from East Barr village TERMS 82.(0 at time ef first service, and 310.00 when colt is dsys eld. I hsv complied with the laws of Vermont regarding stallions and shall hold colts for service fee. IBVING W. BATES. N. E. Phone 284-13; People's Phone 8-48, Washington. Registered Guernsey Bull Carres for ssl. MISCELLANEOUS MAKE A SAVING ON YOUR SHAVING Throwing away safety blades is expensive. They are made of good steel and only need ihamentng. Our experts will make them cut better than new. All thin blades, 2c each, heavy concaved 16e each. Send blades, accompanied by stamps or money order, with your nsme and address marked plainly on envelope, to Pike Manufacturing Co., Little ton, N. H. , 78t LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. James Ahern, 11 Blackwell street 47tf LOST AND FOUND LOST A self-filling fountain pen : brown and blnck in color. Finder please return to this office; reward. , 82t6 MAT WE NOT SHOW THESE TO YOUt THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Rooms 2 snd 8 Hewland-Cave Building, Barn, Vt, FOR SALE OR TO RENT Cottage house: 0 rooms, pantry, bath, laundry room, outdoor sleeping porch, furnace heat, gas, electricity, hot snd cold water, with large porch and gar den and smsll henhouse; East street exten sion; rent 320.00. 21tf FOR RENT Tenement street: $16.00. Branch C3tf FOR SALE Rubber-tired road and speed cart, SStf Telephone 314-1 H. A. PHELPS CO. Having Been Appointed Agent far th WATERLOO CEMENT MACHINERY Cerparstisn of Waterloo. Iowa, w ean supply you with Concrete Mixers, Builders' Hoists, Elevators, and Contractors' Equipment. We hsve Small Cement Mixers that will interest you : 10 days' free trial. For particulars write or telephone WOOD 4k GREG01RE Telephon Connection Bsrr. Vermont eBsssBasssssst or tablets, 25 cents. That Worn-Out Feeling: with loss of appetite, constipation, bil iouBtiees, sick headache, ia nature's warn ing that you need a good spring medi- . q . 4 . . cinr. vie i. inn iits ui xjaAi-tri s iiiouun.v creased aal-a tell, it own tory. Fc Bitter to-day. Sold everywhere, liquid tory, Manchester, N. H. or tablet, 25 cent. Auction Sale OF Personal Property. Having sold roy farm and triven po session of the same, I ara obliged to dispose of all of my household furniture and farming tools at once ana bave de cided to sell the same at public auction to the highest bidder, on Friday, June 26, 1914 ' at o o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises where I have lived for the last 30 years, located i mile from Perkins ville, 5 miles from Plainfield, and 4 miles from East Bam. FARMING TOOLS consisting of 1 2 horse lumber wagon with box, 1 2-horse lumber wagon with hay rack, 1 1-horse lumber wagon, 1 buggy wagon, 1 buck board, 1 dump cart. 1 road cart, 2 sleighs, bobbie sleigh, 1 2-horse sled with box, 1 ox sled, I light express sleigh, 1 hand cart. 1 hand sled, 2 bob sleds, 1 St. Johnsbury 2-horse power with separator and saw rig, 1 express harness, 2 light driving harnesses, 1 plow, 1 spring tooth harrow, 1 disk har row, 2 cultivators, 1 Granite State mow er in good shape, 2."0 tin sap tubs, 1 sugaring-off pan, holders and draw tubs, 1,200 feet of spruce lumber, 2 sots of tackle blocks, 2 jack screws, 1 large farm boiler, platform scales, 2 swarms of bees, carpenter's tools, blacksmith's tools, lot of small tools consisting of forks, rakes, ' chains, etc., etc. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 2 cook stoves, 4 chunk stoves, 1 sitting-room stove and pipe, 1 heater, I Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine, 1 extension ta ble, diningroom and sittingroom' chairs, 5 beds anl bedding1 1 goose-feather bed. pillows, mattresses, etc., 1 antique desk over 100 year old, 2 very old gilt frame mirrors, 1 clock, 2 couches, 1 Estey cot tage organ, x melodeon 100 years old, 3 iron sinks, a lot of book and pic tures, cooking and kitchen ware, to gether with a lot of articles too numer ous to mention, the accumulation of 50 years, some valuable on account of age. none of which will "be sold before the day of sale. Remember the day, June 26, 9 a. m. Lunch will be served at noon. LUCIUS DOWNING, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency, Agent. 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 PLATT'S CAMP Highgate Springs, Vt. If you do not know this popular camp, ask your friends about it. On beautiful northern Champlain, within sight of the national boundary. Boating, Bathinf, Fishing. Splendid Lake Bcenerr, Rest. Rerrestlon, Health and Pleasare- We have very -All Combined food accommoda tions for you at th lake lew House. Also several furnished family cottage to rent by the week or sea son. Prospects are for a big season, so make reservations early. E. A. Piatt, Proprietor Your Winter Supply ol Coal can be bought for less money now than later in the season. Save money by ordering now. 'Every pound screened' The D. Miles Coal Company, 122 N. Main Street Telephones 133, 417-M