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THE BARItE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 10U.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TBOM OIFFEREN1 SECTIONS The. Rev. Charles Elmer Beals, A. M., B. V., pastor of the Congregational hnrnh in Brandon, has tendered nil res ignation as pastor, to take effect October 1. He will probably enter me euuia tional field. Hi pastorate in Brandon has been most prosperous. H. Zelifr Fincbcrfr of Burlington has filed a petition in bankruptcy in the of fice of Clerk F. S. Piatt of the United State court. He haa been adjudged a bankrupt and Thomas Reeve of Bur lington haa been appointed by Judge Jamea L. Martin as receiver in the case. Eric Lundberg. a first honor graduate of Dr. A. Kjellberg'i institute, Stock holm, Sweden, and an expert in theatri cal training, has been engaged by the irvmnasties. and all branches of physi cal training, has ben encaged by the Brattleboro retreat management to or ganize and develop various new and im portant departments. A trial trip of the new storage bat tery car now at Brattleboro will be made on Monday.' If successful, two more combination baggage and passen ger ears will be ordered and the cars will run on schedule time over the Cen tral Vermont tracks between Brattle boro, Miller's Falls, Northfield and West Townshend. Principal Colburn of the Burlington high school, who has just returned from a summer spent in camp at Craftsbury, predicts an entering class of 200 stu dents. To take care of the increased enrollment three rooms on tht third floor have been fitted up as class rooms, 84 desks being plaoed in one. There will be no changes in the course of studies this year. -The Blue Mountain section of the Green Mountain club passed Green Moun tain day. Aug. 17, en the summit of Blu. mountain in Ryegate. Thirty-four people made the climb, some ascending by team to the Cochran farm and then up the old Dickey road till it cuts the elub' trail -to the summit, others by takii g the trail at its start at the east ern end of the mountain. The occasion was the first field meeting of this sec tion. An Important project of the sec tion ia the construction of a tower that will rise from the crowning ledge and overtop the trees. A Rutland news item says that prices bave generally risen during the week just past. Chickens alone are cheaper than a week ago. Sugar retails at eight cents, the ame price that it has been since the war boosted the price. Spices are higher by about five cents a pound. Coffee is retailing at the old prices al though it costs the retailer more. But ter and eggs have both risen. . Meats are generally higher, though beef and pork chops are selling at the same price as a week ago. The market is being flooded with chickens because of the r!3 m the price of grains. TO SAVE EYES IS THE OBJECT OF THIS FREE PRE SCRIPTIONTRY IT IF YOUR EYES GIVE YOU TROUBLE Thousand of people suffer from y trou bles, because they do not know what to do, They know loma good horn remedy for every other minor ailment, but none for their eye troubles. They neglect their eyes, beraus the trouble ia not sufficient to drive them to en eye specialist, who would, anyway, chare them a heavy fee. Ae a lot resort they co to an optician or to the five and ten-cent tore, tni oftentimes vet glasses that they do not need, or which, after being- used two or three months, do their eyes more injury than good. Her is a simple prescription that everyone should use: t grains Optona (1 tablet) t ounce water Us three or four times a day to bath the eye. I n Is prescription and the simple Op tona system keep the eyes clean, sharpens the vision and quickly overcomes Inflammation and irritation ; weak, watery, overworked, tired eyes and other similar troubles are greatly benefited and oftentimes cured by it use. Many report show that wearers of j glass hav discarded them after a few weeks' us. It good for the eyes ana contains no ingredient which would injure the most sen sitive eyes of an infant or the' aged. Any druggist can All this prescription promptly. Try it and know for one what real eye torn tort is. don, too, prices were rising and the mobilizing of troops wss going stea,dily on when Mr. Davis left for Liverpool. Mr. Davis gays the American hope that it will be ft struggle of weeks finds little support in the minds of the inhabitants of the countries engaged in the conflict. H. M. FAKNHAM'S 38th Big Combination Auction Sale I had not intended to hold'sn auction sale just at this time, but on account of many urgent requests I have decided to hold my next combination sale of Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Poultry, Carriages, Harnesses, Robes, Blankets, Whips, Hal- J ters, Farm Tools, etc., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at my sta bles at 96 Nortbflold street, Montpelier, Vt., 10 minutes' walk from the Wells River railroad station. I Have 12 Good Second-Hand Good Usinsr Horses of My Own that will be sold without limit, as wish to close , them out before going West again. Also 1 Registered 10-year-old Morgan stallion, clever and safe for anyone to handle and drive, weight be. tween 1,000 and 1,100 pounds. Also 30 to 40 Commission Horses NOTICE The members of the Granite Mutual Insurance Company of Barre, Vt., are hereby notified that the following as sessments bsve been levied by the di rectors of said company on all premium notes in force on the following dates, vii.j August 10..... August 31 September 30, . October 31 November 30... December 31 . , , January 31 February 28. . . . March 31...... April 30 . May 31 June 30........ per cent, per cent, per cent, per cent, per cent, per cent, per cent, per cent, per cent, per cent, per cent, per cent. CUNARD Boston-Quecnstown-Liverpool FRANCONIA LACONIA FRANCONIA Sept. 5 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Subject to delay and cancellation Tin Cunard Steamship Co., LtJ. u6 State St., Boston Or LOCAL AGENTS Four respondents were punished for rarious offenses at the municipal court in Grafton Saturday. Guy Blood pleaded cuiltv to intoxication and was fined. Harlan Learnard was assessed $15.34 for a similar offense. Frank Oratto, charged with beating ft young child, was given a minimum of eight months in the bouse of correction. Latrop Witherell, .a veteran of the Cml war, was charged with having handled a loaded gun in a dangerous manner while intoxicated ana was fined and sentence to the house of correction. The jail sentence wss sus jpended and he was put on probation. STOP AT REVERE HOUSE BOSTON Hot and eold water, long distance tele phone in every room. 80 rooms with bath. Cuisine and service unexcelled. 11. OS Per Day and Upwards all kinds and values, so that you can find just what you want for a second-hand horse. The good one or the cheaper one for the farm, road, livery stable, express or delivery wagon, and the family. We also have several wagons, carts, express wagons, buggies, new and second-hand, single and double work and drive har nesses, robes, blankets, whips, halters, farm tools, etc. Also, 1 Worcetser-Kemp manure spreader and 1 parlor organ and a lot of other property that will come in before and day of sale. As it has been some time since our last sale, we shall expect a big lot of property and a large crowd. You know by our record of the past that this is the market place to buv what you want and sell what you do not want. Be sure and attend this big early fall sale. Usual terms of credit, Lunch room on the grounds. H. M. FARNHAM, the Horss Man. , 8. H. FARNHAM, Clerk. C. F. SMITH. Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. COMMISSIONS CHARGED FOR SELLING HORSES All over S0. k per cent. ; all under 60. 8 per cent. No horse sold or put through the ring for lees than ti.00 commis sion. A commission will be charged for all hones sold, either at privet or suction sale, on the grounds auction days, untie, nogs, poultry, wagons, harnesses, (arm tools, furni ture or other property, 10 per cent, commission. For the fiscal year ending July 81, 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. Q. ROBINSON, Treas. FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will publish Want. Lt and Found. For Sale. To Let. etc. ehort Mvor tisements t tb rmu ef four lias for wtt. tr-IWe cents for the first insertion sad cent for each subsequent insert lo. REAL ESTATE FOK SALE FOR SALE-Two lot on th Montpelier road. 6x10 rods, both farina: taw street. Also nn. f-hinkHnor nianA. f Kin. closet. Oft M' hogsny bedroom suite, a well selected library at a bargain. Mm. David Mercer, n. r. No. 8, Barre, Vt. 118tf SMITH & DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS offer soma newly listed farm and city property harrains. We ere aellin them right along. June and July were our best months, sine starting in th business. BUSINESS CARDS DR. A. C. FOSTER A GRADUATE OF THE OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY will open hi effiee, formerly ccu pied by Dr. Mackay, In th Rowland building Sep tember 1. .fnaenh Hallo, of Walnole, N". H.. tin ble to marry Kose Marine of 103 Elliot street, Brattleboro, because 01 tne od gections of the young woman's brother, went to the offices of E. W. Gibson and fW. R. Daley, and stating his case, asked Advice as to the best way to overcome the difficulty. Sheriff C. I. Knapp was railed to the young man's aid and ac companied bim to the home of the young Woman. Asked if she desired to marry "Gallo, she intimated strongly that she did. Satisfied as to this, the sheriff next accompanied them to the office of the town clerk where a license was taken out and the ceremony performed by a Justice of the peace, Carl S. Hopkins. . W. F. M. Davis, of Houston, Texas, jnd ft brother of Mrs. Thomas P. Bragg of West street. Rutland, arrived in the latter place Tuesday after returning from France via England and Canada. Mr. Davis and his son, John Blodgett Paris, who was with him, left Calais, France, as steerage passengers in a chan nel boat for Dover. England. They were more fortunate on the Atlantic and came first class from Liverpool to Que lle on the Canadian-Pacific steamer Virginia, arriving at the Canadian city Auini t 17. Mr. Davis and his son went broad July U, when thev sailed on the Lusitania from New York. They were In Faris when Germany declared war on France and saw much of the superficial side of war as played between great nations, the cheering, the enthusiasm, the street parades, and the mobilization. They also saw the deeper aspects, such s the sharp rise in prices, the de moralization of public credit, and the weeping women and children. In Lon- Auction Sale OF Real Estate and Personal Property As I have other business that requires my attention, I have decided to sell my real estate and personal property at public auction on Tuesday, August 25 at 1 o'clock sharp in the afternoon, on the premises where I now live in Cabot, i mile from South Cabot and 3 miles from West Danville, on the main auto mobile road from Montpelier to St. Johnsbury, MY HOME FARM consisting of 130 acres of land; 25 acres tillage, AO acres pasture and S5 acres woodland; machine-mowed fields, free from stone and ledge ; good fence ; some fruit; some nice growing spruce timber and lots of hard wood; place will keep 8 cows and team ; good basement barn, 8 stanchions; horse barn with 2 stalls; chickenhouse and good 6-room house in good shape, painted outside and in; never-failing running water at house and barn; slick one-man farm; V mile to school, on main highway, 3 miles to railroad, on R. F. D. and telephone lines. Personal Property Consisting of 5 YOUNG COWS Baring Reea Appointed Agent for th WATERLOO CEMEHT MACHI5ERY Corporation of Waterloo, lew, w ea supply you with Concrete Mixer. Builders' Hoists. Elevators, and Contractors' Eouimnellt. W hav 8mail Cement Mixers that will interest you; 10 dars' fre For particti "a write or teler-hoa WOOD t ORE GO IRE TeWpkoa Cut Una tWrr. i trial Auction Sale of Horses, Cattle and Hay As I Lave a number of colts growing up, and more horses than I need, I have decided to sell at public auction to the highest lulnei, on Saturday, August 22 at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises where I now live, known as the Marshall Jackson farm, at Jackson Four orners, 2i miles from Williams townvillage, t., the following: 1 Clean Bay Mare 8 years old, sound and kind; I Black Horse), 13 years old, good all-around worker and driver; t Dark Brown 3- Yar-old Mare Colt; 1 Matched Pair of 3-Year-Old Bay Mare Colts half sisters These last three were sired by a Perch eron horse that weighed 1,750 lbs. Also 1 iMatched Pair of Bay Colts and 3 years old, own brothers, sired by Marvin. These colts' dam was the Williams mare. An extra good lot of colts and horses. Also, 5 slick Grade Jersey Yearling Heifers, 1 nearly new Cream Separator, capacity 9K) pounds. Also, so tons of Wo. 1 Hay, all cut early and stoted in nice shape without getting wet. This property is alt first class in every respect, snd will all be sold to the highest bidder, without reserve or limit, as I mean business. Terms at time of sale. LOUIS J. WARNER, Owner, Wllliamstown, Vt. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. Herbert V. Wheelock, B. S. SOILS EXPERT AGRICULTURAL CHEMIST LANDSCAPING AND ORCHAFO WORK Horticulture and Agronomy a Specialty , E. Telephone 474-1 South Barre N y07 For sale 107 acre of land, only I 1.2 miles from Barre City. 60 acre in til lace, balance mature and woodland, all m chin mowed Acids, good fences, nice fruit or- ohard. This farm will keen 20 cows and team, lare-e basement cattle barn. 30x42. with 2S stancheons. horse barn SOxSO. large 11. room house, pointed and in good condition, water at house and barn . 8-4 miles to school There is no better farm proposition, than this in Washington county, for the money, only .3,000. Juuy terms. EDWIN W. BRUCE TIOLIIf SOLOIST, AND TEACHER 111 ef th Fame aWrelk, Vienna Rorsl High Bchoel. and Mart, Berlin High eV-bool TERMS II. tS PER LISSOM Also leader of the Barre Opera House and McntpaTter Military Band Orchestra ti NELSON ST. raONB 411-11 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TILIPHOITK ... S42-21 4 of them grade Holsteins and 1 full blood Jersey; 1 12-year-old Morgan mare, good worker and driver; 5 neat shoats and 10 hens; farm wagon for 1 or 2 horses; buggy wagon, sleigh, set of traverse sleds, mowing machine, horse rake, wheel harrow, 2 drive harnesses, 15 to 20 tons of hay, cut early and stored in good shape: 3 acres of rreen oat fodder; 20 cords of nice dry hard stove wood; lot of cedar posts; 1 Shar pies cream separator, capacity 4,"0 The.; 2 milk cans and 4 milk pails: 1 tele- pnone instrument and share of stock in I Molly Fslls line; also small farm tools, !r such as chains, eveners, whiffletrees, hoes, forks, rakes, shovels, iron bar, etc. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consist ing of 2 stoves snd oil stove, 1 enameled iron bed, mattress and spring; 1 cot bed. dining table and rt chairs; 1 other table. 2 rockers, hardwood wardrobe, nice hardwood dish ctiplioard, 20-gal. stone meat jar. 2 galvanized wash tubs and boiler, with crockery, glass, tin and wooden ware, and many other articles too numerous to mention. j 32 H. P. OAKLAND AUTOMOBILE $200.00 Must sell on account of leav ing town. For particulars in quire of "W.," care Times office. MERCHANT TAILORING Also Cleaning, Presa tnf and Repalrlag MOORE & OWENS 1st North Mala I tree Barre. Verareat We Clean and Press Suits Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for 75c Pressing, 50c LAMOREY'S Ernest H. Bancroft. M. D. C. Veterinary Physician and Surge". Graduate Chicago Veterinary Collet N. B. Telethoa. Ml-U Aloe th rVi Lin OmCJ AND HOSPITAL. SOUTH BARM No. 208. For sal, 190 acre farm, t miles from Williamstown. Vt. About acres in tillage, balance pasture and wood land, some soft-wood and a large amount of hard-wood. This farm will keep, summer and winter, 20 cow and team, large basement stork barn, with 28 stancheons. horse barn, silo and chicken house, good farm house, of S rooms, aside from closet and pantry, water at house and barn, 9-4 miles to school. This Is one of th kind you are looking for. Price SS.800. No. 209. -For aal or will exchange for a bakenr. ISO acre of land. 25 tillage. SO pas ture and 66 wood-land, quite a lot of soft wood timber and a large amount of hard wood. This place will keep 8 or 10 cows and team, basement-barn, horse barn and chicken house, rood 6-room house, water at house and barn. Buildings ajl in good condition. 1-2 mile to school. On R. F. D. and Ulephone lines, 1 miles to R. R. town. Owner is a baker, and will exchange this for a bakery business In any good town. Price I right. No. 210. For sale. 10 acre farm, stock and tools, f miles from a good R. R. town. H to 49 acres of tillage, balance pasture and woodland. til sisar tree. Estimated to be 76,000 soft wood timber and a big lot of hard wood, gnnd fruit orchard, 16 year ole. This !', will Keep IS crwa, team end son y uiig toex, good large bom and silo, hou.e of 4 rooms, pantry and closets, building in very good shape. water at house and barn, 1 mile from school. On R. F. D. and telephone lines. With ths fnrm you get a good pair of horses, 8 cows. 2 calves, 8 brood sows, registered Berkshire lore, sugar MU n. T . ... t mnA m m rat. I lot of all kinds of farm tools, and machinery, j both large and small. Every thing for 14,000. One half cash. A big lot for the money. HELP WANTED WANTED Girl or middle-aged woman to do general housework. Address F. Deforge, South Barre, Vt 184U WANTED Competent housework. Mr. J. T. street, Montpelier. girl for general Adams, 126. State ISStS WANTED A middle-aged woman for gen rnl housework on a farm : eteady job. C. C TebbetU, Eaat Calais, Vt. 13Stf LADIES- Snare time work : 16-17 weekly send 26c and initial of first nam for outfit and complete instructions. Holme Mfg. Co., North Station, Providence. R. I. 127tl2 WANTED A mar with team to take trip through Plainfleld, Marshfleld, Cabot and up per Cabot, also East Montpelier. North Montpelier. Calais. Woodbury, and Hardwick and some sorrounding place. Wagon will be furnished. Eastern Estate To Co., 28 North Main street, Barr Vt. 122tf WANTED AT ONCE A few more reliable men to learn to repair and drive Autos and prepare to All vacancies at aalarie of 818 to $30 per week. Write for special offer. Maine Auto Company. 779 Forest avenue, Portland, Me. 113126 PUPIL NURSES Male and female, wanted at the Taunton State Hospital Training School for Nurses. For particulars, addresfc Dr. Ar thur V. Ooss, SupU, Taunton 8't Hospital, Taunton. Mas. 4Stf WANTED WORK WANTED An elderly man would like a place this fall and winter to do light work and chores for small pay. Address Help," Time offlc. lSSt WANTED To buy a farm that will keep 10 or 12 cows, situated 8 or 4 mile from Barr I price must be reasonable. Send par ticular to "E. F.," care Time office. 13413 WANTED A position as housekeeper in Barre City. Apply by letter to "S.," care Time office. 133t FOR SALE FOR SALE About 28,000 extra good second-hand brick; 8S.M) per thousand! call end see them or write. John T. Slayton, Calais, J p"tofflce drfrs, R. F. D. No. 3, Plain field. Vt nm. h.T?!li SALET.A,,rinc grain harvester, used but little; would like to soil or trade, as I hav no further us for It Geo. T. Colhy, Wil liamstown, Vt 133,3 FOR 8ALE-An up-to-dat fruit store In nrst-class condition ; reasonable price For particular address "Fruit Store." car Times office. 184t FOR SALE 4-wm1..aM -i j l . 1 , . . , . i' 1 . ana snoau ; driver ; will soil reasonably, as I hav no use for him. H. E. Beckley. tel. 807.22. 181tf mF0 SALE-Palr of 4-weeks-old pigs. C. M. Clark. Eaat Montn.ll.... w. j Orange County telephone. 7 " laVtS shLf.R. S,ALi5TA P!ir 3-v'-li tr. ; 8 u "wn-Krade Guernsey bull calf. mo, old telephone 1 or 2 dry cowa. connection. F. O. Habin, 181t6' HOUSE rno si 1 v o .. . '. .' lioiht. -7- . 1 , , , rooms, itn 1ocad ir '"J!"' l0Mli": larg. garden: ticular apply K. prat i . -k... . 180t8 FOR 8 ALE r. 1A1lnJ f , ,'"'WV POUt l.ZUU, sound, fearless, good worker n,.!,. . a ' h!. wn-, e,?Tf or crt for single norse. Inquire Earl E p.k. n. FOR SAI.Rl.-., i u blora. Cutler" Corner. TeL pigs. 387-18. James 130tf FOR SALE F.,,-, . . .., Sn?.h Bnl''..,ilvr counted; or pair of ebony m"!,rr n.b8n cont. Cash or money order. The Archer. r.i Falls, N. Y. H8t26 FOR SI,rn..j At , . , , - : : i, uimenoion lumDer, from 12 to 80 ft long; also hav baled hay. ramngtun, Williamstown. 88tf L. A. WANTED Places for students to work for their board and attend Goddard seminary ! I ave more young people who want such places than ever before. O. K. Hollister. 181tf FOR SALE V. v .n . , ... M . , wurin car in r i ""'"Wpn; thoroughly overhauled and repainted. AddIv at fanitil r..nn. r- r . street Montpelier, Vt ' 72tf WOULD LIKE A POSITION In offlc of granite manufacturer; have 12 years' experi ence in estimating and general offlc work. W. H. Martin, tel. 22-6, Hardwick, Vt 182t WORK WANTED A young Italian desires position in any kind of store, preferably in a fruit or clothing store; can speak English, Italian and French : minimum salary. Annly or inquire of "L. F.," car Time office. 182t4 BEST CASH PRICES nid for all kinds of magasinea and newspapers, rag, rubbers, bottles, metal and iron ; tel. 244-2. or write. nd we will call at your door. A. 8. Fine. 48 Maple avenue. Barr, Vt 18016 North Barr homes and renting property for sal. Larg tenement house on North Main street, that rent for I4S per month and always occupied. Also one double tenement cot tage on North Main street, also one emgl tenement rottag 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 tree. Also nice modern double tenement house on Laurel street WANTED Position by a young man as stenographer and bookkeeper! references giv en. Address "Bookkeeper," Barr Daily Time. 180tf LOOSE HAY FOR SALE Inquire ef Will S. Page, 81 South Main atreet 64tf WANTED YOUNG COWS OR HEIFERS Would Like to Exchange for Bulky Plow. Machinery, Wagon r Harness A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephone. DRESSMAKER will go out by the day or will take sewing horn. Telephone 188-W. 88tf W hav mny other deairahle farms and ctty pronrties for sal and xchnge. More Interest is being shown, and more inquiry for farm, Shi season than evr befnr. Com to us if you want to buy on. List with us. If you wish to sell. Farm shown, by auto mobile, any week day at any time. Smith aV Daskner, Real Estat Agent Room ft-S.18. Howlnd-Cv Bid.. Barr City. Vt N. K. phone 870, and connection with the People' lines WANTED Cow and eatve bought and ex changed. Beckley A Mclntyre, telephone 884-22. 68tf WANTED Dead horses and cattle to take away in Barre. East Barr. Wllliamstown and Montpelier. TeL 885-W, Barre. Vt F. K. Bailey. 48tl68 FOR SALE A DANDY LOT OF YOUNG PIGS FROM TO 8 WEEKS OLD Price 11.50 t . 16.80, According t Are and Six 'COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Orang County and New England Telephones TO RENT TO RENT Cottage house of 8 rooms nd pantry, wtib all modem convenience and hot water furnace, at 68 Ayers street Inquire at house. 188tf FOR BALE OR TO BENT Cottag boo; 8 rooms. Bntrv. bath. Uundry room, outdoor sleeping porch, furnace heat ga. electricity, hot and eold water, with lartre porch and gar den and small henhouse ; East street exten sion; rant 120.00. 21tf Telephone 114-2 H. A. PHELPS CO. DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Olle Hjts I U 4 P. M. Taesder. Thrdy nd Satarday AhM ky AggelntaiMt 14 and II Blanekara Betiding Tel 18 DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OSEc la Boom 35. Mil Building Office boors, t A. at t 12 M. .d 1 :80 t 4 . H.. Moadar. Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Talephon Coaaactjos M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Call answered promptly day or eight Aa up-to-dat Ambulance ia connection. EAST BARBE, Vt Telephone sio-t WI1LIAMST0WN, Vt Telephone 3li-s Gfax. Tnit-ty-nlB Tear)' eon tin 100 lav cra4 aal teUa it ra story. Fac tory, ktaacaeatar. V. B. I A jrnoj. mcdium-pricod. nne-msn farm. J in a jrooa neighborhood, on a piol road and nar town ami ohool; co. horse,! and hops. All pood propertr to buv. ! Kverrthins will be sold to the highest bidder, without reserre or limit, as I am froing away. Terms at time of sale. FRAXK CHANDLER, OwneT. SMITH & DASHKTR, Agents. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. V HTJT STREET k V 7 MR. FARMER This Is the Best Wire Fence Tool on Earth THE LITTUt WONMR OF TBI HASG Fe ( k tf J. H. HALL, R. F. D. No. 2. BARRE, VT. Agewl fa STaetiirtgMei Cr. Ven-t K W-e fceaesxrerated f-wrt f Cwr Awaow Market Pm. F-raare ". fh JHX r JCK50V Oww tr Paven. BaxreU Hotel. M.M Imi4 far Awe l.fiwiiM TVst rX CKivtRsmr ri&ct Dna Block West af Broadway NEW YORK CITY Close) t hlral aad Retail lr iaod Districts, Kailraad a4 Afpanteht Line. MODERN ASaOLl-ifEXT rmiROOi SOD Rooms f2C3 with Bath) RATES tl.00 PER DAY UP Excellent tettorat a (a.. I oaeral frkoaa. fa wwr irwineirc:f.leai jm atl.i nww I UTK. city- jf j Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE J'JNE a. ItU TRAILS LEAVE BARRE: 7.15 a.m. P'T. 'xcept Eanday, for Wella River and inter mediate stations. 12.25 P.m. r"yi -cept Sunday, for Wella P.ier and in te me diate stations ;has through parlor car for Boston, arriving st Si?5 p. m. 2.45 P.m. ""Ny. xrept Sundsy, for Wells River and inter mediate stations. 9.30 P.m. D,ily to Welle River and intermediate station. Has through Pullman sleeping car for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m. Some Early Fall Bargains in Farm Property No. S04 Farm, stock and tools two house all for 12,800.00. Only a few rods to school, store, etc-: 02 acre of land ; will keep 12 cowa and team : elapbosrded barn, 4Ox0 : on house contains 10 room and is In very comfortable shape ; the other house is smaller but suitable for occupancy. Plenty of wood and fruit: It head of stork, 4 hog. 40 hens. SO chickens, mowing machine, horse rake, corn planter. 2 heavy wagons, light wagon, set sleds, harrows, plows, etc., etc. ; a lot of good hay. aero potatoes, all for I2.S00.0O. Within a short dri to good railroad town. 125lf No. US "Wo ask nothing for th land nd only about half what th buildings cost less than ten years ago. Does this interest you ? One of th finest set of buildings to bo found on any farm at any price. Tou can se photo t our offlc : ISO acre of land, in high state of cultivation : wood enough to nearly pay for farm ; sugar bush of 1,000 malpes. not (quipped : will carry 10 head of stock or more through th winter and more during th summer. Beautiful, sightly lor tlon. on mile from railroad station. Eight- room house with modern plumbing, hot tor. toilet, set tubs, electric lights, etc. : hard wood floors ; wide porch across front and on two side of house. Large, modem barn. clapboarded and painted : ran tie SO head several box stalls and pens, telephone In house and barn, creamery building with basement. refrigerator, enamel sink and wash bowl lanr. modern henhouse, ran keep S00 hen Urge new linen Mountain alio. run Is on of the greatest bargain w hare ever of fered. Pric very low. I26tf TO RENT A -room houe with laundry: barn-room and ti acre of land : situated en the East Montpelier road: 15 minutes' walk from th electric car line. Mrs. Lillian Sow- den, telephone 892-4. 133t6 TO RKNT Furnished room South Main street. Inquir lSt 12tf FRONT ROOM FOR RENT Modern con venience. 15 Church street. 127tf TO RENT Eight-room house; tth, 1 ere lnd. barn room: rent. 112.00. Call after S n. m. 'phone 892-14 J W. G. Cumming. Trow FOR SALE ULKI PS-Srracus. Eddy and Seventy-S ii prices from 430 to 140. Als 1 Oil.., Sulky Plow In good rendition and with iT po,n,! bn " on "asoni price H- a0." ftTntT-1 BIT in One rondi Hon and famished with extr point, sd one s..wn: pne Ji. y. ., , ,M, ths bargains on Plows. COME AND 8EE. A. W. ALLEN CO. New England and Orang County Telephone FOR SALE Small Cacamber for pickling, als lsrgs ne for slicing. Ther I a short crop this yr, and t be safe, better order erly. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orang Coanry and New England Telephone Hill. 125tf TO RENT Tenement of seven room at 21 West street In first class condition. In quire of E. L. Smith, IT West street. UTtf OFFICE ROOMS TO block f all convenience, trust. Jolm Trow. N. Gordon. RENT la Aldrleh Apply to either of D. Phelps or Alex. tSti LOST AND FOUND LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN from my pasture on the Lucien Downing farm, so called, in Plainfleld, S yearling Holstein heif er, 1 yearling red and white heifer and 1 2-yea.r-old HolstoiD heifer with ear tags marked F. F. Ladd, Orange. Vt ; reward offered for information leading to their where abouts. F. S. Ladd. Barre, Vt, R. F. D. 1 : Orange County 'rhon. 134tf STUDEBAKER VEHICLES Fmi trucks, fsrm wagon, express wg. ons. Concorde and top buggies. Ail prices C.T.. ,"n .VCT 40 clo- Another lot of Studehaker harness Just in. Double farm harness, a good one for $30.00. Driving and express harness at low price. Corns and Se. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orang County and New England Telephone No. S70 0.rre frm : 25 acre In tillage : balance pasture and woodland: sugar bush of 400 maple; good fruit orchard: very com fortable house and barn : will sell for only ISOO.00 : term. 1800.00 down : located in Cor inth. A bargain at th pric. 125tf REGISTERED PEKCHEK0X STALLI0 COCO FRANCE NO. SI.SIS AMERICA K. S1.I7I EASON OP ISM Coco. No. waa nin year old March IS. 114: we bred in Franoe. Imnorud fa 1f"7: ba. ane actio and good style : stands 1 hands high: weight l.eo pounds. Ha) eoW i - bay, with t atnofrreehad coior is a nice bav, wtth .tar in fun head and h" hind 1mA. He is ee of the beet, if not te btt draft stoiltno in Vermont. Coco wdl , 'r4 at the aiafcie of Irrirg W. Ftstea ia , Z1 P.rr. I win from F..t Barr villag. ! TF.SM5 -- ti o at tim M Srwt senac. and i.j when ro,t is stars tid. I he cowiiwd with the law of Varwieeit 1 narsrd.ng suuiions and shall boid eoit for . jTW IRVI5G W. BATES, j K. E. PbM U4-li P(u rassM S-44,1 Weehinartres. sicca wred Cojertawy 9nU Cala foe 1 Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. ' J. W. DILLON d Isles Mara aWrr. T. No. 7l Near North Montpelier creamery ; will carry 40 cow and team ; contains nearly 200 acres ; SO acre tillage ; estimated 100.000 ft. lumber: located en highway and four stage pas th building daily ; main barn m 40x70 with additon 24x70 ft ; can ti 40 head ; gnod brick house in excellent snap inside. Owner would like to sell at one and make th price only I4,60 OA. Stock and tools at reasonable price. 126tf Positively th best deal in th city in resi dence property. You will agree with us when you look it over. Located in the vicin ity of Currier Park: 12 room. 2 bath, very large lot and fine aurrounding. We never offered a better value. Th first person who look it over will buy if be ie in th market for anything of the kind. Will h be you? Kit Roue. brn and three acre of land located in South Barre: finely located: good, early land, all available. Some fruit. Seven-room cottage with basement barn. Price only ll.Soo.ofl. Owned by a on-reei'tent who want to sell this month. Would make a fin garden and poultry farm. 126tf THE H. A. PERRT REAL ESTATE AGENCY Rss I and I HewlaiioVCav BodMimg. Barr. 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. Ensilage Cutters, Papec Blow ers and Engines. We wsnt to show vnu rivht b.r. Ih. Han diest and best corn rutting machinery to be found anywhere. Cutters and engines in dif ferent sixes. You can't afford to let your corn spot! by waiting for someone to cut ii. we nave the corn, the cutters, the blow, ers and eginnes, and silo and can show you right here how to make the best of silage with the least expense. Come and See. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and Nw England Telephones 0, H. HALE, "as FARM WAGONS Another Car of Lilley Style Farm Wagens Jast Unloaded ALL SIZES ONE-HORSE WAGONS ALL SIZES TWO-HORSE WAGONS PRICES LOW ALL THE TIME COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER FARM TRUCKS DO YOU NEED A FARM TRUCK FOR HARVESTING WE WILL SELL YOU ONE AT A VERY LOW TRICE. COLTON . 4 STATS STREET . MONTPELTER ! JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of j Jewelry, come in and seej our splendid display. Delivery and Express " Wagons ALL SORTS AND SIZES RIGHT HERE TO SHOW YOU AND ALL READY TO HITCH TO. PRICES LOW ALL THE YEAR ROUND. COLTON Montpelier. 81 State St. Vt. LIBERATION NOTICE j 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j Iis Mala bl. aoi AgesirT rot B "Bsotoa AaMrieaa" to Barre. J Lsx.ssxMsssx...J Cut Flowers The best of everything for every purpose. We prepay by parcel post My wife. Georgia Rianrhi. havinr left mv bed and board. I wish to give notice that ? will pay no bill contracted by her for any amount. JOPFrH RIANCHI. IS Railroad street. Parr. Vt.. Aug. IS, 1014. lasts" 14 Mas tr ttmrwepv.. Tsmiat I TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310. That Worn-Out Feeling srith loss of appftite, conptifatipn, bil iousness, sirk headache, ia nature's warning that you need a good summrr tonic. Get a bottle of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters to-day. Sold everywhere, liquid or tablets, 25 cent. POULTRY FOR SALE TiQltlfWi" Ho4ai : tsMi 11 mm has brft err-bred from trarofw rr j oi-flw 'Br ArrM, lr0. I hav bred thrm t4 y"ri for rrtmt lavri, sad 14 pwar for Unr n chvk it rtn : th- fowl are i 1 trvmo.y, hardy, hav fithrr eewifc mt mttJ I to frvsn. an4 ar th Vwat a)l-wntr larr-t ta fvTrvf mat root "Tauft!p atram Hmiw , am lav wt fr'ua rfrhti Nnr Tartu j trn PhilaaVlrtTim thtr 1r fa4 n yar : -rr a4 nrit oa kroiwr; pn4 1 j r-msB for iarrt i!lutr(H pom try rtttrrw rr awuML It !. ra t- aa br4 Umm . friwW. aratrb Tr0 a jraar rW : ; ft ti r how u nt i.v a rar tmm oa s-n K W. M-Aor. Ss iiary Km ClaK Calrt4r. Nw THi ftf MADAME FLORENCE rt-AIRVOT-WT AVn TAVIST: t' ym var-trtrraaT r H G"BTa