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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY." AUGUST 17, 1914.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OP INTEREST FROM .DIFFERENT SECTIONS Pere Lawrence Allard, an aged East Wellington! toymakcr, was torn in Waterloo, P. Q although ha passed moat of hiu lif in Vermont. For many yeara lie was employed in C'apt. P. E. Clmae'a toy ahop. Rev. Dr. John S. Lyon, who recently announced hia resignation aa pastor of the .Second Congregational church in Holyoke, .Mass., after a service of 14 ' years, ia a former Ludlow man and a graduate of Black River academy in that village. Hay friction, according to the town news chronicler in Adison county, aet tire to the wagon the other day and con aumed the entire load of hay. signed to the expeditionary force which the Dominion will send abroad to fight for England in tho continental embroglio. Karl Kineraon, a former Hardwick young man, has been engaged aa prin cipal of the historic Newbury academy. One of four prisoners discharged from the house of correction in Rutland the other day was E. A. Carpenter, a nhvuicinn, who was immediately ar rested again by Rhode Island officers and taken to Providence to answer a charge of forgery. Carpenter is also wanted in Uoston on another cliarge. THE BUSINESS FARMER'S CORNER A FARM ENCAMPMENT I. So great has been the shortage of water in the West Rutland reservoir, that a force of men haa been kept busy night and clay pumping water irom a sppring into the mains of the village. Chester autoists for the first time in hitstory are using motor vehicles to make the trip over the mountainous stage route between Chester and WeBton. Judge F. O. Swinnerton of Rutland, chairman Of the first district Republican committee, announces that the district convention for the nomination of a con gressman will be held in Burlington on the afternoon of Tuesday, Sept. 8. : While target shooting at West Bolton, B. Mullen of Sharon, Pa., was accident ally shot through one leg, the ball pass ing through the thigh. were asked to spend a week on one of hi farms, thpir nnlv evnpnsp. bninDr the Mra. Jane Bemis, who died in Colum- ;,.,,,. v;vn iar!r tent, were erected bin, X. H., a few days ago at the age of tresses provided, while the boya brought SO years, was born in Ludlow and lived in . woodland nasture. cots and mat- there many yeara. blankets. Fiftv-four bovs came and had awonderful week; there was a pro What One Man Does for Boys in 1111 nois. This idea originated with Mr. Grout, director of the Illinois farmers' insti' tute. and the new plan began with a boy'a corn-judging contest. While "the county institute was in session, an ex pert corn judge waa secured to conduct a corn-judging class each day, giving the boya an examination at the close. The one who did best was awarded, as a premium, his railroad fare and expenses to the two weeks' corn-judging school or corn growers' and stockmen's con vention at the agricultural college the next January. , Nineteen boys attended and became deeply interested, i 'leased with hia success, Mr. Grout then deter mined to do something more, and a farm encampment scheme developed into a reality. AH boys ui the corn-judging classes in the ten counties of his district meal or two waa skipped, then at the end of the month the birds were killed, $1.50 to $1.75, the average weight being packed, and sold for prices raniring from six pounds) the killing and packing were done with great care, as abroad ao many housewives go themselves to mar ket and the attractive arrangement and daintiness of the goods count for much. Cornmeal Used In America. In America, of course, cornmeal should be largely substituted for buckwheat, aa the market demands a yeiiow-akinned bird; as to the amount to feed, the Cor nell ration consists of 100 pounds. corn meal, 100 pounds buckwheat middlings, 100 pounds oat flour, 30 , pounds beef scraps, and one pound charcoal. These should be thoroughly mixed and, 12 hours before using, mix the amount re quired with sour skim-milk to the con sistency of batter. The method of fat tening described above would not -be suited to broilers; these should be fed in their vards until within ten days of the time to kill them, when they should be confined in coops in a semi-dark place and finished off on the batter.' fchould the least sign of indigestion appear (which ia indicated by the comb becom ing dark and the legs cold), remove th bird at once ana. put him back in tu range. .. .... That an excellent and very profitable business can be built up in thus buying and fattening fowls ia beyond question and also that the businesa is by no means overdone is proved by the ton of miserable, hali-fattened birds offered for sale in our city markets. TRY WELCOME SOAP for whiter cloths and easier washdays. All dealer have It. . Manufactured by Lever Bros. Cos., Cam- tuidse, Mass. Only fair progress lias been made in putting the big 80,000,000 foot drive of the Connecticut Valley Lumber Co. over the dam at Bellows Falls. For three days the wind was from the south and drove the logs back and, while a night gang has worked incessantly, the logs are still at a standstill. Mills below the falls are closed until the drive ia over. F. B. Chamberlain, a North Enosburg farmer is recovering from the effects of an operation which necessitated the re moval of his left eye. For a time it waa feared that the other eye would become sympathetically affected. .Pumpkin village in the town of Fair field suffered the loss of two of its larg est farm barns during a recent lightning Morm. The heaviest loser was Arthur Potter. Through the kindness of Mr. and Mrs. William Hall, the children of the War ner home in St. Albans were able to hold their ennual summer outing at Dream lake in Fairfield. The Vermont association of Berkshire county, Massachusetts. ' held a trolley ride and basket picnic Benhigton battle day in commemoration of the 137th anniversary . of the battle. . Around 60 members went by special car from Pitts field to the battlefield. After a picnic lunch in the grove near the monument, a Civil war veteran guided the party through the scenes of interest and ex plained some of the historic features connected with the meeting of Hessians and Americans. Judge Ben B. Lindsey, the Denver judge, closed the Chautauqua program at Brandon Saturday with his address on the "Misfortunes of Mickey." Because of its success this year, Brandon will en tertain a Chautauqua again next year. Walter C. Wood of Bennington, who haa been acting aa an instructor at the University of Vermont summer school, haa been chosen to assist Prof. H. F. Perkins in his investigation of the fish parasites of Lake Champlain. The Heavy Artillery of Montreal, which participated in the prace centen nial at ft." Alban July 4, haa been as- gram of instruction, besides games each day. Mr. Grout engaged three agricul tural professors from Illinois university at his own expense, and a machine shed was turned into a dining room, the cook ing being done in a tenant house. Plan of Work. As some of the boys did not arrive un til afternoon, the day was spent in get ting acquainted; in the evening, a pro fessor showed ninety-five stereopticon pictures and got in touch with the boys. Tuesday morning at 7 the instructors and boys toured the farm, and valuable lessons were given and absorbed. First, a new alfalfa field (seeded the previous autumn) was visited, the roots of many plants examined, and as no bacteria had been distributed on the land, some of the plants had nodules on the roots, while others didn't which was explained to the boys. The seed "cornhouse was also examined and explained; the well and water system, with gasoline en gines, came in for inspection, and it was shown how to make a concrete base for an engine, also how to cement the top rounds of brick of a well to keep out mice and vermin. Next they went to the phosphate plots, where an acre had received ten loads of manure and showed little improvement, while the next acre hafl received, in addition one ton of rock phosphate and the corn was a foot taller than on the other acre. ith a hoe in the cornfield, the corn roots were traced, showing how roots spread out near the surface, and it was noted how easily they were injured by the cultivator running too deep. Mois ture conditions were noted and com mented upon, and finally the corn-breeding plot was visited, with Professor Hopkins as instructor. (Copyright. 1914. by E. K. Parkinson-All right reserved. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OP GEORGE E. MEADER The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court (or the district of Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demands of all persons against the estate of George E. Meader, late of Cabot, In said district, deceased, and all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the Durrjose aforesaid, at the residence of E. A. Lamberton, in the town of Marsh- field, in said district, on the 16th day of September and 18th day of January next, from 10 o'clock a. m. until S o'clock p. m., on each of said days, and that six months from the 18th day of July, A. D. 1914, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Pated at Marshfleld, this 14th day of Au gust, A. D. 1814. EDGAR A. LAMBERTON. C. D. SMITH, Commissioners. Aug. 17-24-81 ESTATE Or MARY C. WHEATON State of Vermont. District of Washington, as. The Honorable Probate Court for the District Aforesaid : To all persons interested In the estate of Mary C. Wheaton, late of the city of Ban-e, in said distinct, deceased, GREETING : WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 2d day of September next for examining and allowing the account of the administrator of the estnte of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claim ants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested in aid estate by publishing this order three weeks 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 Montpelier, in aid district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if rou see cause, and to establish your right i as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 8th day of Au gust, 1914. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Aug. 10-17-24 REGISTERED PERCHER0N STALLION COCO FRANCE NO. S5.8S8 AMERICA No, 61,875 SEASON Or 1914 Coco, No. 81,876. was nine yeara old March IS, 1914; was bred n i ranee, imported in 1907 ; haa fine action and good style; stands 16 hands high; weight 1,600 pounds. His color Is a nice bay. with at alnofrreehad color is a nice bay, with star in forehead and white hind feet, he is one of the best, if not Una best draft stallion in Vermont. Coco will stand at the stable of Irving W. Bates in East Barre, 1 mile from Eaat Barre village TERMS 12.00 at time of Ant service, and 110.00 when colt is- days old. I hsve complied with the laws of Vermont regarding stallions and shall hold colts for service fee. IRVING W. BATES, N. E. Phone 284-18; People's Phone 8-43, Washington. Registered Guernsey Bull Calves for sale. BUSINESS CARDS EDWIN W. BRUCE flOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Pupil ef th ParaoBS Bevels. Vienna Royal High School, and Marteaa, Berlin High Scbeol TERMS fl. FEB LESSON Also leader of the Barre Opera Hons and McntiMllar Military Band Orchestras If NELSON IT. PHONE 41 Ml RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHONE . . . 342-21 FOUR LINES FOR 25c publish Wants, Lost and To Let, etc. short s-evsr- The Times ' will Found. For dale. tisements at the rate of four liars for twenty-five cents for the first insertion aad e cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HELP WANTED WANTED-A girl to run typewriter, ply to Young Bros. ' Ap- 180t2 WANTED Experienced lumper to follow traveling crane. Barclay Bros, 130tf FOR SALE Two lots on the Montpelier road, 6x10 rods, both facing trie street. Also one Chickering piano, china closet, one Ma hogany bedroom suite, a well seieeteo norary st a bargain. Mra. David Mercer, B, F. D. No. 8, Barre, Vt. 18,tf SMITH & DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS offer some newly listed farm and city property bargains. We are selling them right along, June and July were our beat months, since starting in the business. No. s07 For sale 107 acres of land, only 1-2 miles from Barre City. 60 acres In til lage, balance pasture and woodland, all ma chine mowed fields, good fences, nice fruit or ahard. This farm will keep 20 cows and team, large basement cattle barn, 80x42, with 23 stancheons, horse barn 80x60, large 11- room house, rjainted and in good condition. water at house and bam ; 8-4 miles to school. There is no better farm proposition, than this in Washington county, for the money. only 88,000. Easy terms. No. 208. For sale, 190 acre farm, 2 1-2 miles from Williamstown, Vt. About 60 acres In tillage, balance Dsature and wood- land, some soft-wood and a largs amount of hard-wood. This farm will keep, summer and winter, 20 cows and team, large basement stock barn, with 28 stancheona. horse barn, silo and chicken house, good farm house, of 8 rooms, aside from closets and pantry, water at house and barn, 8-4 miles to school. This ts one of the kind you are looking for. rnce 83,800. SIDELINE SALESMEN making small towns Just the premium proposition you are look ing for; something a little different than other houses are putting out; we guarantee our goods to sell or take back unsold goods ; for full particulars write to-day. May Mfg. Co.. 212 West Siegel street, Chicago, III. llltl AGENTS WANTED For an entirely new article; over 100 per cent, profit. Dracut Company, 209 Washington street, Boston, Mum. " , 12814 LADIES Spare time work; 86-17 weekly, send 2ba and initial of first name for outfit and complete instructions. Holmes Mfg. Co., North Station, Providence, R. I. 127tl2 WANTED-A man with team to take trip through Plalnfleld, Marshfleld. Cabot and up per Cabot, also East Montpelier. Norm Montpelier, Calais, Woodbury, and Hardwick, and some sorrounding places. Wagon will be furnished. Eastern Estate Tea Co.. 28 North Main street, Barre Vt. 122tf FOR SALE FOR SALE A pair of S-year-old steers; I shosts ; 1 high-grade Guernsey bull calf, t mos. old; 1 or 2. dry cows. F. O. 8a bin, telephone connection. .. 18H6 HOUSE FOB KALrV. Seven rooms, electria iijhts. etc.; in fine locality: large garden I located 6 Elmwood avenue. For further par ticulara apply E. pratlnl at above address. 18016 FOR SALR-1 Edison Standard phono graph with large horn anil .i.nri nA Ai choice records ; price, 110.00, Call at No. I Summer street, 129t8 FOR SALE A square piano in good condi tion ; reason for selling, owner leaving town. Apply to Mrs. James Wood. 7 Elmore street. i29ta FURNITURE FOR SALE-At 6 Bolster avenue. vnta FOR SALE fHKAPnn. r,.ll Li. f It cutters' tools. tnnulro of F W 82 Johnson street. Parrs. 127t6 No. 209. For sale or will exchange for a bakery. 130 acres of land. 28 tillage. 60 pas ture and 66 wood-land. Quite a lot of soft wood timber end a large amount of hard wood. This plsce will keep 8 or 10 cows and team, basement-barn, horse barn and chicken house, good 6-room house, water at house and bam. Buildings all in good condition, 1-2 mile to school. On R. F. D. and telephone lines, 8 miles to R. R. town. Owner Is a baker. nd will exchange this for a bakery business in any good town. Price is right. ESTATE OF JULIA HARRIS FATTENING POULTRY. NOTICE The members of the Granite Mutual Insurance Company of Barre, Vt., are hereby notified that the following as eaamenta have been levied, by the di rectors of said company on all" premium notes m force on the following dates viz.: Aujrust 10 4 per cent. August 81 per cent. September 30 per cent. October 31 per cent. November 30.. December 31 January 31 . . February 28. .Varch 31..., Apr J 30. Vi per cent. Vt pr cent. per cent. Vi per cent. Vi per cent. Vi per cent. May 31 per rent, June 30 '. .."i percent. For the fiscal year ending July 31, 1914, payable to the treasurer of the company on or before September 1, at the home office, city of Barre, Vt. By order of the directors, R. G. ROBINSON, Treas. A Science Worth Learning. S. F. PIERCE. , The fattening of fowls is a businesm in itself, and many a family in Great Britain, France and Belgium make a very comfortable living by buying, fat tening, and then selling fowls to a select trade. The fact that we in America have adopted some of thee European methods is a sure indication" of their worth. Some years ago the writer visited a man near Brussels who made, with the help of bis family, $12,000 a year by fat tening fowls. His farm consisting of 30 acres, where he kept 10 cows, several pigs, three horses, and a capacity for fat tening 20,000 birds a year. The chick ens were purchased from farmers just as they came off the range for about 30 criiia ears; iney were men put in coops (holding from six to eight) with round slat bottoms which were set on horses around the sides of the rooms. Cellars and sheds were used for this purpose, as Brnn-uarKncss is considered a great ad vantage aunng lattening time, as it makes them less restless. The fattening period covered only one month, and the toon consisted of buckwheat meal mixed with sour milk into the consistency of a batter, and fed in V-shaped troughs, the buckwheat being ground right on the place. Care in feeding just the right amount was a very important nart of the trade, the rule beina to boffin with one feed a day and gradually to increase the amount until after ten davs or two weeks three full feeds were given. If any of the birds seemed to be overfed, a State of Vermont. District of Washington, sa, The Honorable Probate Court for the Dis trict of Washington : To all persons interested in the estate o Julia Harris, late of the city of Barre in said district, deceased. GREETING: At a probate court, holden at Montpelier, within and for said district on the 1st day of August, 1914, an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of Julia Har ris, late of the city of Barre, in said dis trict, deceased, wsa presented to the court aforesaid, for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the 24th day of August, 1914, at the probate office in Montpelier, be assigned for proving ssld instrument, and that notice thereof be given to all persons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper circulating in that vicinity, in said district, previous to th time appointed. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the probate of am will. If you have cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, in said district, this 1st day of August, 1914. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Aug 8-10-17 ESTATE OF CLARENCE A. WHEATON 8tae of Vermont, District of Washington, The Honorable Frobate Court for the Dis trict Aforesaid : To all persons interested in the estate of Clarence A. W heaton, late of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased. GREETING : WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 2d day of September next for examining and allowing the account of the executrix and ad ministrator de bonis non with the will annexed of the estate of said deceased and for a de cree of the residue of said estate to the law, ful claimants of the ssme, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to ail persons interested in ssid estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at City of Barre, in aaid district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier. in asid 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, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, thia 8th day of Au gust, 1914. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Aug. 10-17-24 With an Electric Fan beside her while ironing the week's wash with an electric iron, what woman would find fault? It makes the work easier and the room comfortable. The real joy of it is best appreciated, however, after a trial. If your house isn't wired see us. We'll wire ft for you and then sup ply you with any of the modern elec trical appliance that make your house work a pleasure. Auction Sale MERCHANT TAILORING Alio Cleaning, Prea. log and Repairing MOORE & OWENS ia Narta Mala Street Barra. Venereal No. 210. For sale. 160 acre farm, stock nd tools, t miles from a good R. R. town. 81 to 40 acres of tillage, balance pasture and woodland, 60 sugar trees. Estimated to be 78,000 soft wood timber and a big lot of hard wood, good fruit orchard, 16 years olc. Th'"s ,. will lteep 16 crws. team and some y niig Uck. good large bern and silo, house of 1 rooms, pantry and closets, building in very good shape, water at house nd barn, 1 mile from school. On R. F. D. and telephone linea. With th-s form you get a good pair of horses, a vows, 2 calves. brood sows, registered Berkshire tore, sugar tools. De Laval Cream separator and a large lot of all kinds of farm tools, and machinery, both large and small. Every thing for 14,000. One half cash. A big lot for the money. WANTF.n AT ONf-RA few more reliable men to learn to repair and drive Autos and prepare to fill vacancies at salaries of $16 to 130 per week. Write for special offer. Maine Auto Company, 779 Forest avenue, Portland, Me. H3t2 , PUPIL NURSES Male and female, wanted at the Taunton State Hospital Training School for Nurses. For particulars, addrest Dr. Ar thur V. Gos, Supt.. Taunton S'aU Hcspltal. Taunton, Mass. . M WANTED BEST CASH PRICES paid for all kinds of magazines and newspapers, rags, rubbers, bottles, metals and Iron ; tel. 244-2, or write, and we will call at your door. A. S. Fine. 48 Maple avenue ' Barre, Vt. 180t6 WANTED A young girl desires a position doing housework. Inquire of "A- B. C," care Times office. 131t3 WANTED 'Position by a young man as stenographer and bookkeeper: reference giv en. Address ' Bookkeeper. Barre Dally I imee isotf FOR SALE Gray mare, weh.ht hn, 1 von sound, fearless, good worker; mske good on milk wagon, express team or cart for single norae. mquire Kan E. Parker, Barre. 127tf FOR SALE Four-weeks -old pigs. James Slora, Cutler's Corners. Tel. 387-13. 130tf FOR SALE-First-olass millinery business: leading store in a smart business town, a tenter for six or eight adjoining towns ; stock and fixtures in good condition ; reason for jelling, sickness. Mrs. F. E. Marteil. Bethel, Vermont 1 , 12t FOR SALE Factory to you. A 12.00 toilet set for 98 cents. Brush, comb and mirror, eh. ony finish, silver mounted; or pair of ebony finish military brushes 49 cents. Caah or money order. The Archery eoimany. Glens Falls, N. Y. Ilgt26 FOR SALE Random dimension, lumber, from 12 to SO ft. long ; also ha baled hay. L. A. Farringtun. - Williamstown. 88tf . FOR" SALE E, ' M. F. 80 tourinr ear in perfect condition ; thoroughly overhauled and repainted. Apply at Canital Garaea Co.. fnnrt street, Montpelier, Vt 72ti LOOSE HAY FOR Sll.r tnnl ' Wilt 8. Page. 1 South Main street. 64tf 'WANTED To trade for medium-etsed farm with stock and tools near Barre or Barre Town, cottage house of 6 rooms, bath an closets r extra building lot in Barre City Address "Trade," care Times office. ' lztits FEMALE HELP WILL BE FURNISHED by the Capital Employment Agency for kinds oT work at short notice. Address or cai Capital Employment Agency, Montpelier. Vt tel. 79-M; 104 Main street. 104U6 DRESSMAKER will go out by the day or will take sewing home. Telephone 168-W. 8tf WANTED Cows and calves bought and ex changed. Beckley a Mclntyre, telephone 884-22. 68tf We Clean and Press Suits Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for 75c Pressing, 50c LAMOREY'S Ernest II. Bancroft. M. D. C. Tetertnary Physician and Surjeen Graduate Chicago Veterinary CoUega N. X. Telephone, ill-! , V Also the People's Lrne ( ornca and hospital, south bakm North Barre homes and renting property for sale. Large tenement house on North Main street, that rents for $43 per month and always occupied. Also one double tenement cot tage on North Main street, also one single tenement cottage on North Main street. These three properties, or any one of them can be bought very cheap, and are all big invest ment propositions. Also nice cottage on Perrin street, garden, fruit and shade trees). Also nice modern double tenement house on Laurel street. We have many other desirable farms and city properties for sale and exchange. More interest is being shown, and more inquiry for farms, this season than ever before. Come to us if you want to bur one. List with us, if you wish to sell. Farms shown, by auto mobile, any week day at any time. Smith A Dashner, Real Estate Agents Rooms S-9-10, Howland-Cave Bid.. BarTa City. Vt. N. B. 'phone 870, and connection with the People's lines DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Omr Hears I te I P. M. Tsjesda. Tharsda? and Sataraay Also r Appoints, eat TeL tl FOR SALE OR TO RENT Cottage) house: rooms, pantry, hath, laundry room, outdoor slfvplng porch, furnace heat, gas, - electricity, not and cold water, with large porch and gar den and small henhouse; Eaat street exten sion: rent 320.00. tltf WANTED Dead horses and -att'.e to take away In Barre. East Beire. Williamstown and Montoelier. Tel. 365-W. Barre. Vt F. K Bailey. 4Stl5 TO RENT TO RENT Upstnirs tenement, of 4 rooms electric lights ; in first-class condition. Anply downstairs, 18 Green street, just off Circle street. 131t3 TO RENT Furnished room. South Main street. Inquire 1st. , 129tf FRONT ROOM FOR RENT Modem eon reniencea. IS Church street. 127tf HOUSE TO RENT Two miles from Barre barn room for horsn: small family pre ferred. Inquire of "G., ears Times office. 127t6 TO RENT Etra nice furnished rooms. All modern conveniences. 85 Keith avenue. 124tf TO RENT Eight-room house: bath, 1 acre land, bam room; rent. $12.00. Call after 6 m. phone 392-14 : W. G. Cummtngs. Trow Hill. 125tf TO RENT Tenement of seven rooms at 21 West street. In first clsas condition. In quire ol E. L. Smith. 17 West street. 117tf OmCB ROOMS TO RENT la Aldrten block all convenience. Apyly to either of trustees. Joha Trow. N. D. Phelps or Ale. Oordrn. Mtf 14 an II Blanchsrd Balldlng DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office la Boom 35, ISilet Buildiag Office bout. A M. to 12 H. and 1 :10 ta A T. M Honda. Tita-oay, JDursday and Friday. Telephone ConaectJoa Telephone II 4-1 H. A. PHELPS CO. M.J.WHITGOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An up-to-date Ambulance in connection. EAST BARRE, Vt. Telephone aao-t WILLIAMSTOWN, Vt Telephone 381 -a OF THE BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders for Furniture JTOEBTAUM 5D LICENSED EsTBALMKU DEPOT . liUI uu tsulial Csaawti al Mr. Perry. 421-J Mr. Ksacaa, 42M ,r REAL ESTATE AND PER SONAL PROPERTY At the Troisier farm, Berlin, Vt.J I will sell at public auction, to the highest. binder, on Thursday, Aug. 20 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premiaea where I now live, in Berlin, Vt., eituated 't miles from West Iier- lin and of a mile off the Northneld road, the following: My Home Farm consisting of 125 acres of land, suitably divided into tillage, pasture and wood land, estimated to be l,(Kst corda of hard i wood and 50,fNa) fet of soft wood, mostly spruce; 4"0 aii(rar trees, 2 fruit orchard", i arm will keep 30 head of rattle andj team; jrood. comfortable farm buildings; j pood water supply a good, medium-! priced, money-making farm. PERSONAL PROPERTY Consisting of 12 pood eowg, 5 2-year-old heifer, ii yearling hi'iffr, 1 pair of 2-year-old j steers, i hulls and S rounfr ralvea. 10 j hlu-ep. 21 lamb and buck. 1 brood eow, ! due to farrow Sent. 15; 1 7-year-old; ! horse, pood worker and driver; 1 heavy, ,'2-horse farm wapon, 1 set of heavy dou-1 bl- woik harnessed, 1 aet of double driving harnmsr. 2 lipht driving har-j n'i-e. plow, spring tooth harrow and small tool and other property too nu nirrous to mention. Also 20 ton of hay. lut of straw, 40il bushels of oat and barley. This i a good farm and grmd, cl.an" to.k. and will be o!d to the bifrn-et bidder, without limit or r "T as I mean busine. T rms at time of sale. Lunch at noon. T. J. CROZIER, Owner. C F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Mutt, VL Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE JUNE . 1114 TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: 7.15 a.m. """r. xcept Sunday, for Well River and inter mediate atations. 12.23 D.m. "'T. except Sunday, for Well River and interme diate eta tiona ;hai through . parlor car for Boston, arriving at fif25 p. m. 2.45 P.m. l,i,yt except Sunday, for Well River and inter mediate stations. 9.30 P.m. D,nr for Wella River and intermediate) stations, Haa through Pullman Bleeping car lor Boston, arriving at 7;30 a. m. LOST AND FOUND LOST A pair fo eye glasses in ease. Find er pleas return to Ferry Real Estate Agency. 13012 LOST Monday night, a 110 bill between Reynolds' store and Depot squsre. Finder please return to this office and be rewarded. 13t3' Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. J. W. DILLON aad 4 MsM Mara Iwrs. Vt. 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. Some Early Fall Bargains in Farm Property No. S04 Farm, stock and tools two houses all for $2,0.00. Only a few rods to school, stores, etc.; 92 acres of land; will keep 12 cows and team : c lap boarded barn, 40x80 : one house contains 10 rooms and is in very comfortable shape; the other house is smaller but suitable for oceupsncy. Plenty of wood and fruit ; 13 head of stock, 4 hogs, 40 hens, 80 ehickens, mowing machine, horse rake, corn planter, 2 heavy wagons, light wagon, set sleds, harrows, plows, etc., etc. ; a lot of good hay, acre potatoee, all for $2. 90fl.no. Within a abort drive to good railroad town. l-'6tf No. 79S We ask nothing for the land and only about half what the buildings enst less than ten years ago. Does this interest you ? One of the finest seta of buildings to be found on any farm at any price. You can aee photos at our office; 130 acres of land, in a high state of cultivation ; wood enough to nearly pay for farm ; sugsr bush of 1.000 malpea. not equipped : will carry 20 head of stock or more through the winter and more during the summer. Beautiful, sightly loca tion, one mile from railroad station. Eight- room house with modern plumbing, hot wa ter, toilet, aet tubs, electric lights, etc. ; hard wood floors ; wide porch across front and on two sides of housa. Large, modem barn, elapboarded and painted; can tie 30 head. several box stalls and pens, telephone in house and bam. creamery buildings with basement, refrigerator, enamel sink and wash bowl large, modern henhouse, can keep 300 hens : large new Green Mountain silo. This is one of the greatest bargains we have ever of fered. Price very low. 126tf No. 70 fiO-acre farm; 21$ acres In tillage; balance pasture and woodland ; sugar bush of 400 ma plea ; good fruit orchard; very com. fnrtable house and barn ; will aell for only tftOA.OO : terms. 3300.00 down ; located in Cor inth. A bargain at the price. KMX No. 791 Near North Montpelier creamery: will carry 40 cows and team ; rontains nearly 200 acres: 0 acres tillage; estimated 100.000 ft, lumber: located on highway and four stagm pans the buildings daily; main barn ia 40x70 with additon 24x70 ft : ran tie 40 head ; good bnrk house in excellent shape inside. Owner would like to sell at once and make the price only 34.600 no. j Stock and tools at reasonable prices. 125tf ; Positively the best deal In the eity In rssi- j denre property. Ton wtll agree with us ' Z when you look K aver. Located in the vie In- 1 1 ity of Carrier Park ; 12 moms. 2 baths, very ) large lot and fine surroundings. We never j I ofTpred a better value. Th first mium k. I .n'UTn. ofU,,brk!ndh wJ it bTV!ur i j 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j 125U ' I 20 Ifaia SC. ftele Agetire far j I 'bun lauims" im ains, I FOR SALE A DANDY LOT Or YOUNG PIGS FROM 4 TO 8 WEEKS OLD Price I3.S3 te , 35.50, According to Age and 9iie COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephones FOR SALE NEW SULKY PLOWS Svramiss. V.dA, .nA Seventy-Six j prices f rem 330 to 349. , Also 1 Oliver Sulky Plow in good condition and with new extra point; been used one season: price 313.90. One Seventy-Six Sulkv in na eondl. tion and furnished with extra point; used ene season: price 321. Yeu esn't afford to lone these bargains en Plows. COME AND SEE, A. W. ALLEN CO. New England and Orange County Telephones FOR SALE Small Cucumbere for pickling, also large nes for slicing. There is a short crop this year, and to be safe, better order early. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephone STUDEBAKER VEHICLES Farm trucks, farm waenns. exnress wag. ons. Concords and top buggies. Alii prices lower thsn ever to elose. Another lot of Studebaker harness Just in. Double farm harness, a good one for 130.00. Driving and express harnees at low prices. Come and See. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephones Ensilage Cutters, Papec Blow- ers and Engines. We want io show you right here the han diest and best corn cutting machinery to be found anywhere. Cutters and engines in dif ferent sizes. You can't afford to let your com spoil by waiting for someone to cut it. We have the com. the cutters, the blow ers and egtnnes, and silo and can show you right here how to make the beet of silage with the least expense. . - Coma and 'See. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and Naw England Telephones ABOUT COURTING It's a whole lot more fun to take your girl out to ride in one of my cozy top buggies than in a big, noisy automobile. Big Assortment Low Prices COLTON 84 State St. Montpelier. Vt. 0, H. HALE, il rienty of Delivery Wagons Tlenty of Express Wagons Plenty of Peddlers' Wagons PRICES LOW. ALL THE TIME COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTTELIER Having Been Appointed Agents for the WATERLOO CEMENT MACHINERY Corporation ef Waterloo, Iowa. we can supply you wim 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 WOOD GKKUOIKE Telephone Connections Barre. Vermont fjEWELRY i a I New Lot Flag Collars Sites 18-inch to a3-inch, price. .. . .$1.48 LEATHER COLLARS Of All Sizes, prices. -98c, $2.98, $3.98 SENT ANYWHERE TOSTPAID COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER MISCELLANEOUS SYLVESTER TEERI. formerly employed in ' Barre. can leam something to his advantage a j by addressing "Employment," rare Barre Times, Barre. VL l-st3 EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Espe- devoted to supplying aa urgent demand When YOU want a piece of j capital r , . , Tjcmiiy acvotea to supplying sn urgent oemana Jewelry, COme in and See a for female help to hou-le. hoardinghouaee. j.s s. i I j private families, etc.. particularly request la- our spienaiq aispiay. House, hern and three acrea of lend located a t in South Barre: finely located: good, early i land, ail available. Some fruit. Seven-room I - cottare with ha-ement Ism. Price only I l.afl.fl. Owned by a aon-rasloVnt who I want to sell this month. Would make a ! fine garden and poultry farm. U6tf S ! dia to register at this office for positions of I ', this chsracter. with every possible privilege land the highest compensation. iviceiy fur nished rooms to rent at address below. Ad dress or call. Capital fmployment Agency. Montrelier. Vt. ; tel. T9-M ; 104 Main street. !04t26 TH1 D. A. PESRT REAL ESTATE AGENCY Roesas t and I Rowland-Cave BaiWiag. Barre. Vt Qtax. Tairt-Bta Yr' oaUnwova iv ct aaaed Uaia its awa alar. ! lory, MaacbeaUr, X. H. ASTERS are in bloom now and are fine. 50 cents a dozen. yc s&doridf' irt Mela aUree ftarfangveet, Vstsj TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310. That Worn-Out Feeling with loa of appetite, constipation, bil iousness, tick headache, ia nature'a artimg that you need gnorl urnmer tonic. Get a bottle of Baxter 'a Mandrake Hitlers to-day. Sold everywhere, liquid or tablet. 25 crtita. POULTRY rOR SALE Tsartless" Reodans: tfrw st-aia baa he e-v-bred frraa trapnt rse ( orris since April, le. I have bred them 14 years for great layers, aad 14 years for large. ! sise chaik white ergs: true foia are en- ksnt,. aav xteitrwr row. ee wattle) I f wse. and are the bwt all-winter hm ia opes-rrMt coons, "rsaits-as s'rsia Hn. dsns have won every bhss rfbbea New Yorfc. Chicago' aa Prils4e(pbia shows for paet stg yearn; eggs and stork wd eei hooor ; send ia ceeila for iarxt lMije'rated sw.try catWa ever isewd. It t-. ts yo how te breed t-Be f . kvk average ! ee-rs a year ar-iM-ei r) tens yea hew .. aet li 'oo a year fmns 1 hens. E T. Mrswr. Secretary Hearts -4 Club. Ca ehndca, New Vera. attz I