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AUGUST
31, 1914.
THE HAKKE DAILY . TIMES, BARRE,
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ABOUT THE STATE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM
DIFFERENT SECTIONS
PpriiiRfiold has f,n 'thcr more af
fected by the war than most Vermont
communities, its machine shops, the
Jones Lanwon Maihine Co., Uilman
Son, and The Fellows (Joar Shapcr Co.,
sending their products largely to foreign
eountriea. Manv machines which had
been shipped to foreign port have been
returned and the shop ure working on
short time until business becomes regu
lated again. In some of the other shops,
business is picking up because, foreign
i importations being stopped. American
articles of the same kind will be more
in demand.
The. Ppringfield hospital last week re
ceived three check of $500 each from
three members of the Sheafer family of
Tottaville, Ta. , In memory of their
grandparents, Samuel and Mary VI hit
comb. The donors asked that the money
might be used for making the operating
room more convenient and efficient.
THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H Lynde Celebratt
in Dummerston.
Dummerston, Aug. 31. Mr. and Mrs.
'Lewis H. Lrnde observed their golden
wedding anniversary Saturday evening
at their home with their six children,
manv neighbors and friends, Judge
Frank L. Fish of the superior court en
tertained during the evening with French
dialect stories.
Mr. Lynde was born in Guilford bept.
21, 1841, son of Daniel and Tanison
Lynde. He enlisted on his 21st birth
day in Co. F, 4th Vermont regiment.
He was wounded at the battle of the
Wilderness, being at that time a ser
geant, and still carries the bullet in one
elbow.
: Mrs. Lynde, who was Emma E. Gates,
hnm in rhtmruerston Oct. 15, 1842.
In 1867 Mr. and Mrs. Lynde bought tlm
farm on which they nave since
their home. Both are charter members
of Evening Star grange.
' Mr. Lynde has always taken a great
interest in town -affairs and has held
nearly all of the offices.
They have six children, Mrs. H. D.
Blood of Dummerston, Miss Etta S.
Lvnde, a -nurse of -North Wilbraham,
Mass.; Everett II. Lynde of Minneapolis,
Hugh 0. Lvnde of Newark, N. J., Guy
C. Lvnde, living at home, and Perley H.
Lynde, also of Dummerston.
LONGEST SERIES OF FAIRS.
Addison County Agricultural Society to
Hold 70th Annual This Week.
Middleburv, An? 31. The 70th annual
fair of the Addison County Agricultural
societv, which will be held here from
Sept.'l to 4, inclusive, will mark the
longest consecutive succession of county
fairs held in Vermont.
The officials have selected Andrew J.
Elliott of Jault, Ont., for judge in the
department of cattle, and M. E. Serviss
of Rochester, N. Y, as sturting judge.
Entries in the early-closing horse
races include 19 in the 2:14 pace for a
$fi00 purse, 18 in the 2:17 class for a
$500 purse, 39 in the 2:25 pace for a
$500 purse, 26 in the 2:18 trot for a
$500 purse, and 38 in the 2:25 trot for
a $500 purse. In the free-for-all are 12
entries for a $600 purse.
FOR MACD0N0UGH CELEBRATION.
Program Completed for Observance Sept.
6, 7 and 8.
The following program, with possibly
ft few minor changes, will be carried out
in all its details at the Macdonough me
morial celebration at Vergennes Septem
ber 6, 7 and 8:
Sunday forenoon, 10:30, special serv
ices in all churches in this city (all
churches of surrounding towns are in
. vited to attend)-, Sunday afternoon at
2, band concert in city park; 2:30, me
morial .mass meeting prayer, Bev. R.
G. Woodbridge of the Congregational
church; official greeting, Hon. J. A. Har
rington, mayor of Vergennes; "Hail, Gen
tle Teace," chorus of 100 voices under
the direction of Miss Effle Stewart of
New York: address, Hon. Rodney Mac
rionoueh of Boston, grandson of Commo
dore Thomas Macdonough; "America,
the Beauitful," chorus; address, Hon
William P. Dillingham, U. S. senator
from Vormont; "My Country, Tis of
Thee." chorus and audience; benediction,
Rev. Thomas Stevenson of the Methodist
Episcopal church; Sunday evening, 7:30,
concert by regimentaJ band of Fort
Ethan Allen.
Monday 9 a. m., band concerts; 10,
norse races and ladder exhibition on
Main street; 11, athletic events; after
noon, at Vergennes, 3:30, exhibition
drills and manoeuvres by United States
cavalry and Vermont ISational guard;
3:30, baseball game between teams from
away; afternoon, at Fort Cassin, naval
parade, sailing down the river to the
lake, encircling Diamond island to Fort
Cassin; 2:30, official exercises. Governor
A. M. Fletcher presiding; prayer; ad
dresses br Hon. Josephus Daniels, sec
retary of the navy, H. W. Hill of New
York. Hon. J. A. DrfWr and others;
music; 4:30, return of parade up the
river to Vergennes; 6, luncheon to Lake
Champlain Yacht club and guests; even
ing 7, band concert; 8, illuminated dis
rlav and fireworks in and about the
basin.
Tuesday morning, 5:3ft, sunrise salutes
by ancient guns of Macdonough's time;
fi proclamation by heralds with flour
ish of triumphs; 7. church bells peal
throughout the city; 0, band concert;
10, dedication of marker by Seth War
ner chapter. D. A. R., to commemorate
the building of MsedonougVs fleet, junc
tion of torn fort and Water streets; 11,
arrival of the president of the United
Mate, with salute by V. S. troops; 12,
pflioisl luncheon to president and official
jruets; afternoon, grand parade of state
and national troops, fire companies, fra
ternal organization, bov scouts, float
and decorated automobiles, reviewed at
court of honor br the president and offi
cial rrty: 2. "The Living Flag." pro
duced by firt children under direction of
Mis Ada Crosby, opposite the ret tewing
stand; prayer, Rev. W. K. Williamson of
f-t. Faul's Episcopal hurch; address.
Hon. Joseph as Iar,ie!. secretary of the
nary; rbom. "Hail. ntle IVa; ad
dm. Hon. Rodney Macdonough: chorus.
"AmeiVa. the Beautiful"; short speeches
by prominent men of nation! and state
rma; hreakir,r of ground ft !
droouch memorial; rb.n, "The Mar
J-r.r,rl-d Banner"; rr.v:-f ion ; 5:3M.
ta4 rsiref t ; c-,l ban-net in
city fcaI. Hn, Frark E. irn. M. C.
from iVmnoet, tosstmsster, wi:a re-
sponses by distinguished gliosis; music
by selected orchestra; 7, band concert!
7:30, carnival opens with elaborate cere
monies, accompanying the coronation of
the queen j 8, parade of masquerade
and merrymakers, reviewed by the queen
and royal pnity; judging of costumes
and award of prises for most beautiful
and most fantastic i 9, masquerade ball
and general festivities, with noise-makers,
ticklers anil confetti. Throughout
the celebration, a line collection of his
torical relics, and other objects of inter
est appertaining to Macdonough's time
will be open for public inspection at the
Bixby Free Memorial library.
A FARM ENCAMPMENT II.
What One Man Did for Boys in Illi
nois. From last Week's description of the
camp, it will be seen how much was
learned in a short time, and every day
continued to teem with interest. The
corn score card was illustrated point by
point, and the reason for every detail
given. A lesson in the value of hay
brought out the fact that, food elements
considered, an acre of alfalfa was worth
nine acres of timothy, while an acre of
red clover was worth three of timothy.
Balanced rations was taken up and care
fully explained, while the boys were re
quired to work out problems for them
selves. The coHt of building the new
machine shed was estimated, and this
brought out the value of housing farm
tools, and it was shown that an annual
saving of 40 per cent, of the cost of the
shed was effected. Contrasts in farms
Droved an interesting topic and Mr,
Grout gave an illustration of two farms
opposite each other on the same roan
one raised 40 bushels and the other 80
bushels of corn per acre; a very prac
tical lesson was' made of this, showing
what two dollars invested in labor come
do for cultivating, and Mr. Grout closed
his talk bv saving: "bunpose the jarm
era on opposite sides of the road each
have 40 acres of corn; the profit from
poor farming is $3.80 per acre, and only
$152 on the 40 acres, but the man on
the other side of the road makes $16.60
per acre, and on 40 acres this amounts
to $(ifl4. From the same amount of land
the good farmer gets $500 more money
he can enjoy life better, he can pay off
the mortgage, he can educate Jim cnu
dren better; which farmer do you like
best? Whose bov would you rather
be!"
Making Lessons Interesting.
The lessons in arithmetic consisted in
measuring lumber, finding how many
miles the plowman walked in plowing
the different fields, and figuring out tile
problems, etc. Mr. Grouts splendid herd
of Aberdeen-Angus cattle was a most
stimulating object lesson in the breeding
of fine beasts, while the lessons on plant
food and soil were presented in such a
way as to make a lasting impression on
the bovs. Professor Hopkins told them
"There is enough potassium in the soil
to grow a 100-bushel-per-acre crop of
corn for 1,700 years. If anybody comes
along to sell you potassium, you can tell
him, 'No, thank you; I have enougli
potassium in my soil for 100 years.
If he wants to sell nitrogen, you tell
him you have several million dollars
worth of nitrogen in the atmosphere
above every acre of your farm, and that
you can get it when you want It by
growing clover, and we must see to it
that we are growing clover ana Keeping
nitrogen in the soil.
Mr. Grout plans to carry on this most
useful work, and beginning with boys
of 16 and keeping them interested in
agriculture for at least five years. The
boy who sticks the longest, who attends
the largest number ot encampments
will be considered in the highest rank.
This excellent idea certainly seems to be
the best way of keeping our boys on
the farm, and it would be well if there
were one such encampment started in
every county of the country.
Copyright, 1914, by E. K. Parkinson AU
right reserved. J
LABOR-SAVING DEVICES.
By HENRY CANDEE.
Each year sees numerous appliances
put on the market to reduce labor and
steps, some of these being very practical,
while others are foolish. Many of the
good things come to us by way of the
poultry experiment stations, anrbng
them being a chick feeding-tray ; this is
made by using a box 30 inches long and
6 wide, by 2, 3, or 4 inches deep, and a
piece of Vi-inch mesh hardware cloth is
cut to fit loosely inside the tray. This
cloth, when placed on top of the feed,
allows the chicks to eat, but prevents
their scratching the food into the litter.
Again, an excellent out-door feed hop
per can be made by anyone handy with
saw and hammer, and the dimensions
recommended are 5 feet long, 3 feet high
at the peak, and 32 inches wide: the
ends should resemble the ends of a house
with a peaked roof, and One side of the
top csn be opened for filling; the top is
covered with roofing-paper, and wide,
overhanging eaves to protect the feed
trough from the rain. The inside is di
vided into one large bin 24 inches wide
for mixed grains, a bin 20 inches for
meat scraps, and two small bins 4',
inches for shell and grit. The sides
gradually approach each other until they
are 4 inches apart at the bottom and
Hg inches above the bottom of the feed
trough; this trough is 14 inches wide,
with a 4-inch retaining board on each
side. At every four inches on the body
of the hopper, directly over the feed
trough, fl-inch lengths of common fence
wire and driven through holes made in
the sides of the hopper, snd into the top
edge of the feed trough; these wire
slats keep the birds from scattering the
feed.
A Combination Egg Crate. j
Every poultry keeper should also have j
a catching hook, made by rirring a 6-foot
piece of No. 10 steel wire into a broom
handle, the book end being so bent that
it permits the leg of the fowl to be
easily raught, and held without injury
to the leg. Another useful imprement
is a combination rps crate, holding
dreeeed poultry and ecus, which cornea
to ns from Cornell. The crate is made
of -inrh white wood, and is the same
sue as the 30-down commercial crate;
the refrigerator is made of .'o. 26 pal
tanized iron, and fits into either com
partment, being Il'J inches aquar. out
side measurement, snd 12 inhres high.
ith a cover that fit tightly witi a
flange, as on a dinner pail coves-' A
false bottom of 'i-tnch heavy wirf cloth
screening, to whith l'i-in.h 1-jfcs are
oMered at the corners, provid drain
age and prevents the poultry from get
ting wet. A removable partition of gal
raatzed iron fits into tbe sMa on the
inaide of refrierator, forming a com
rart merit 3 isx-hes wtde f--r tie we. and
the csn ho!d 5 pound of itred fowl
and to S rtoonda of rrs.e-j x. .
(CerrTtgfct. 114. by E. K. Paririnswi Ail
rights jj "'.1
WASHINGTON,
The Mite society will be entertained
at supper Wednesday at schoolhouse hall
by Mrs. M. W. Chamberlin and Mrs,
Aaron Richardson.
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE
ESTATE OF GEORGE E. MEADEIt
The undersigned, having been appointed by
the honorable pro hat court for in district
of Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receive,
examine, and adJuat the claim and demand
of ail person against the en late of George
E. Mender, late or t,anoi, in ssia onmci,
deceaaed, and all claim exhibited in off net
thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet
for the purpoee aforesaid, at the residence
of E. A. Lamberton. in the town of Marsh
fleld, in aaid district, on the 16th day of
September and 18th day of January next,
from 10 o'clock a. m. until 3 o'clock p. m., on
each of id dey. and that six month from
the 18th day of July, A. D. 1I4, i the time
limited by nld court for ld creditor to
present their claim to us tor nuniuvwu
nH a ! 1 no, ri
Dated at Manjhfleld, thi 14th day of Au.
guat, A. D. 1914.
EOOAR A. LAMBERTON,
C. D. SMITH.
Commissioners.
Aug. 17-24-81
Auction
OF
REAL ESTATE AND
PERSONAL PROPERTY !
In the settlement of the estate of
Dexter 8. rrescott, late of Topsham, Vt.,
deceased, I will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, on
THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1914
at i o'clock sharp in the afternoon
on the premises, located about half way
between West Topsham and WaiU River
on the main road from Barre to Brad
ford, the following: The
Dexter Prescott Home Place
formerly known as the Grow farm, and
which contains 75 acres of land, suitably
divided into tillage, pasture and wood
land; fields are free from stone and are
mostly machine mowed; farm will keep
7 cows and team; sugar orchard of 500
trees; good fruit orchard; good set of
farm buildincs in good repair, with run
ning water at house and barn ; of a
mile to creamery, on H. r. 1J. and tele
phone lines; a very desirable one-man
farm, pleasantly located and in a good
neighborhood.
Personal Property Consisting of
7 Extra Good Young Cows
mostly trade Guernseys, that will fresh
en in the fall and early winter; also,
2 heifers that are coming in and a pair
of 3-year-old white-faced steers, beau
ties, matched and handy; 60 hens and
a lot of chickens; 10 tons of Xo. 1 hay,
cut early and stored in good shape.
FARM TOOLS 1 ox cart, dump body
and rack; 1 W. A. Wood mowing machine
and hofse rake, 1 steel beam plow-, cultiva
tor, snrina tooth harrow, wheel harrow
grindstone, iron kettle, scalding tub,
Sharpies cream separator and milk cans,
and a lot of small farm tools.
SOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
such as cook stove, chairs, tables, and
other articles too numerous to mention
Nice one-msn farm, good home, and a
clean lot of personal property; every
thing to be sold without resrevc or limit
to settle the estate. Terms at time
of sab".
LER0Y D. PRESCOTT, AdmT
of the Estate of Dexter S. Prescott
C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.
AUCTION SALE
OF
Desirable Real Estate, in
City
As I have moved away from Barre,
I have decided to close out my real
estate, consisting of my two-story house
with double-deck porch, formerly occu
pied by me on Prospect street, on
Saturday Aftemom, Ssptimber 5th,
at a ociock
THERE ARK TWO AND ONE-HALF
ACRES OF EXTRA GOOD LAND
with plenty of fruit; the house contains
10 roms, 5 on each floor; the first floor
rents for $13.00 and the second floor
rents for $10.00 per month, making the
total rental $276.00 per year; good cel
lar; this house was well constructed and
built for a home. There is land enough
to yield a good living if used for garden
ing and Doultrv: also a small barn or
henhouse; very pleasantly situated, af
fording a fine view, good air, ana is
very handy to the granite works, schools.
churches, and business section. A good
investment, as it is always rented, tou
can buy at your own price, and the
terms will be easy t $700 or $00 cash
and balance on time; or 2 per cent, dis
count will be allowed for all cash.
Huv this; live in one tenement and
take the rent from the other, and carry
on the land. You will reduce the cost
of living by raising your vegetables,
eggs, etc., etc.
l'roperty will be shown before the
sale from the office of the D. A. Perry
Keal F.state Agency and full particulars
will be given at this office.
Remember the date, Saturday, Septem
ber s 1914, at a o'clock in tbe afternoon.
Property will be sold without reserve or
lim t' THEODORE STOWE, Owner.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer.
THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE
AGENCY, Agents.
Alwsrs ask for Mustards, Spices and
Flavoring Fxtrarts tiy nsme. Don't
take any old kind. Tell your yrotvr
you want and must hae
Stickney & Poor's
That Worn-Out Feeling
rith loss nf appet.te, const if at ion, bil-
tousne, k haiacbe,
natures'
amine that ros neea a pel summer
tonic. Get a bottle of Easter's Mandrake
Bitter U-dT. Sold everywhere, liquid
r. tablet. SA U.
Sale
-" I I
NOTICE
The members of the Granite Mutual
Insurance Company of fiarre, Vt., are
hereby notified that the following as
sessments have been levied by the di
rectors of said company on all premium
notes in force on theVfollowIng dates,
viz.:
August 10....
August 3l.i..
September 30.
October 31
November 30..
Ilecember 31 . .
January 31 ... .
February 28...
March 31
Apr l 30
May 31
June 30
. .Vt per cent.
, . per cent.
. . y, per cent.
Vt Por wnt.
, . per cent.
. Vt per cent.
, . Vi per cent.
. ' Vt per cent.
, . per cent.
V Per cent.
, . per cent.
pc cent.
For the fiscal vear ending July 31,
1914, payable to the treasurer of the
company on or before September I, at
the home office, city of Jiarre, V t.
By order of the directors,'
R. G. PvOBIXSON, Treas,
BUSINESS CARDS
CECIL G. EGG
Musical Director Chrwt Church, Montpeller;
Graduate College of Muic, Montreal ; Member
National Aaso. of Organic ta ; Teacher of
Piano, Organ, Voice, Harmony
Special Terms to Barre Pupils
Leaaona riven in Barre or Montpeller
Addrea IS Leo mi St.. Montpeller; Tel. 444-4
DR. A. C. FOSTER
A GRADUATE OF THE OHIO COLLEGE
OF DENTAL SURGERY
will open hi office, formerly eeopled by
Dr. Marker, In the Holland building Sep
tember 1,
Herbert V. Wheelock, B. S.
S0IL8 EXPERT AGRICULTURAL CHEMIST
LANDSCAPING AND ORCHARD WORK
Horticulture and Asrenomy a Specialty
N. E. Telephen 47J-J South Barr
EDWIN W. BRUCE
nOLllf SOLOIST AND TEACHER
Pupil of the Fames Revelk.
Vienna Royal Hlh Scheel. and
Marteaa, Berlin Bi(h Scheel
TERMS fl.M PES LESSON
Also leader of tne Barre Opera Han and
Mrntpeller Military Bead Orchestra
II NELSON ST. PHONI 411-11
RILEY'S ORCHESTRA
Music for all occasions
Latest and most popular
music
TELEPHONE ... 342-21
MERCHANT TAILORING
Also Cleaning, Press
ing and Repairing
MOORE & OWENS
111 Kerth Main Street Barre. Terarent
We Clean and Press Suits
Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday for 75c
Pressing, 50c
LAMOREY'S
Ernest H. Bancroft. M. D. C.
Ystrrlnary Physician aofl Snrgeoa
Graduate Chicago Veterinary CoBega
M. B. Telepame. Ml-I
Abe taw PeepWs Lin
OmCI AND BOSPTTAL, SOUTH BAKU
DR. H. L. T. HAYES
Medical and Surgical Diseases
Peculiar to Women
Oflc Bear I t 4 P. M.
Taesdav. Tharsdar and Satarday
AIm tr Appointment
14 an II Blanchard Building Tet tl
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
OSes- in Koem 15, Mils Boil ding
nmee hones, t A. let to II K. aad 1 :IS t
t. tL. Mead., TlMdjay, Thursday and Friday.
Ttlephons Conasctica
M. J. WfflTCOMB
Licensed Embalmer
Calls answered prompt! day or night
An up-to-dats Ambulant in connection.
EAST BAKRE, Vt. Telephone sso-x
WILLLAMSTOWIt, Vt. Telephone 381-a
Montpelier & Wells
River Railroad
EFFECTIVE JUNE a. 114
TRAINS LEAVE BARRE:
7.15 a.m. railyf except Sunday, for
Wells Rirer and inter
mediate stations.
12.25 P.m. ''y. cppt Sunday, for
Wella Rirer and interme
diate stations ;has through
parlor ear for Boston,
arriving at 8:25 p. m.
2.45 P.m. li'T. "cpt Sunday, for
Wella Rirer and inter
mediate stations.
9.30 P.m. Taily for Wells River
and intermediate stations.
Has through Pullman
sleeping car for Boston,
arriving at 7:30 a. m.
Ha. tag lleea A4Pie4l Agent far the
WATERLOO CEME5T MACHINERY
Cerrti) ef WaSerUe, less,
we eaa supply vi with Conerrae Misers,
Builder' Howta. Elevalera. aad Coatrae
Cjluwi.nt W hava Senall Cemewt Mixer
that will Interest yoai f IS days' fr tnai
Fa aartaraU! write or telrtbe
WOOD 4k GREGOJRE
Hare. Tsisihi
AUTO LIVERY
... a cnD esir-ra nv afTOMOBILE
TP,IPa iavc OR SHORT
A has
nl rrirea ta the Feira
E. E. NYE
Barre Ts.s. at
lit fuss set Buses
FOUR LINES FOR 25c
a . a.i. T lt ate- anon mt-
tlamnt-t the rate of four liaee for tweo.
ty-ne eenU fcr the flint in.ertion and Be
cents for each aubaequeni ineer.iv
REAL ESTATE FOK SALE
FARM FOR SALE -One of the fln cat farm
in thi section, known as the Ceo. Kard
.on farm, at North Barn. Call or
C. S. Mealier, aqmlniatrator, Barre, VU 14at
FOR SALE 82-acre turn i'A mi lea from
Wllllamstown, near school, on B. r. v. ana
telephone; IS acre tlllse In high state of
cultivation, balance in paature and tinr:
will aell at a burnrain for nuick sale. Shert
dan Broa., Williamtown, Vt. lastis
FOR SALE -Two-tenement houa of 5 room
each at 14 Clark atreet; aood location and a
very dealrnble place for aomeone ; large barn
and sarden, also cveral fruit tree: tortur
ther particular call on the premuie : will be
old at an extremely low price if
ISrttU
" FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for
wood renting property ; farm that win eep
from 15 to 60 cow. J. B. Stewart, North-
field, VU
187t26
SMITH & DASHNER
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
offer am newly liated farm and city property
banraina. We are eellins them risht along,
June and July were our beat month. inc
tarting in the buainma.
' vr- .in- .u 1 IV7 raa of land. Only
4 1-2 mile from Barr City. M acre in til-
laite. balance paature and woodland, an ma
chine mowed field, good fence, nice fruit or-aherd.-
Thi farm will keep 20 cow and
team, large basement cattle barn. 80x42. with
28 eUncheon. hora barn 80x60 large 11
room houae, painted and in good condition,
water at houae and barn t 8-4 mile, to chool.
There is no better farm proposition, Mian
thie in Washington county, for the money,
only $3,000. Easy term.
No. 20g. For n1e, 190 acre farm, t 1-2
mile from Willtamatown. Vt. About 60
acre In tillage, balance pasture and wood
land, some oftrwood and a large amount of
har1-wood. Thi farm will keep, aummer and
winter. 20 cow and team, large basement
tock barn, with 28 stancheon. home barn,
ilo and chicken houae. good farm houae, or
8 room., aside from closets and pantry, "r
at house and bam, 8-4 mile to school. Thi
i one of the kind you are looking for. Price
88.800. I
No. 20II. For ale or will exchange for a
bakery. 180 acre of land, 28 tillage, 60 pas
ture and 65 wood-land, quite a lot of iioft
wood timber and a large amount of hard wood.
Thi place will keep 8 or 10 cows and team,
basement-barn, horse barn and chicken houae,
good 6-room houae. water at houa and barn.
Buildings all in good condition. 1-2 mi e to
school. On R. F. D. and telephone lines.
8 mile to R. R. town. Owner ia a baker,
and will exchange thi for a bakery business
in any good town. Price is right.
No. 210. For le. 160 acre farm, tork
.. ! r Mm ffMwl Tl R. town,
J! to 40 acre of tillage, balance pasture and
woodland. ?5 anear tree. Estimated to be
76.000 soft wood timber and a big lot ot hra
wood, good fruit orchard. 16 years old. Th's
far-,, wiU Imp 16 crw. team and some
stocK. good lurce hern and Uo, houe of S
w.. r.i,ln, nd rlnaeta. building in
Yery good shape. water at house
and barn. 1 mile from school. On R. r
n m.A t.Wku lln. With th's fnrm yon
wmi oond nair of horaea. 8 cows. I calves.
8 brood sow, registered Berkshire lore, sugar
tools. D Laval Cream separator and large
ot of all kinds of farm tool, ana marninnT.
hoth large and smell. Every thing for 84,000.
One half cash. A big lot for the money.
i
North Barr homes and renting property
for sale. Large tenement house on lSorth
Main street, that rent for I4J per month and
always occupied. Also one double tenement eot
tge on North Main street, also one ng'S
tenement cottage on North Main street Theje
three propertiee. 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.
w have mane other desirable farm and
city pronertiea for al and exchange. More
inkmt la helne shown, and more inquiry for
farm, vhbi season tlian ever before. Come to
ua if you want to buy one. Liat with o. If
yon wish to aell. Farm shown, by auto
mobile, any week day at any time.
Smith Daahner. Real Estate Agent
Room 8-9-10. Howland-Cav Bid.. Barr City.
Vt N. E. "phone 870, and connection with
the People' line
FOR SALE OR RENT House on Franklin
street, containing 8 room, large hall upstairs
and down, bath-room, laundry-room, pantry
and downstairs toilet room; inside finish and
floor all herd wood: furnace heat, electric
light, gaa. hot and cold water : rent, 2S SO.
Also, UStf
KOR RALE OR RENT House on East
street extension, containing S rooms, bath
room, pantry, hall, outside sleeping porch,
electric light, gas. furnace heat, hot and cold
water: rent. 120.00. 15tf
Telephone 114-1
H. A. PHELPS CO.
TAKE YOUR CHOICE
Every One Is a Bargain!
After Yea Hav Looked Ther Over, Yea
Will B Convinced That They Ar AU
Exceptional Values Just Listed:
70-ACRE FARM. 14 mile or lea from
Barre. on one of th best roads with no hill :
86 acre of tillage land, balance pasture and
wood : ouantitr of fruit : good 9-room house.
horse barn and t cow barn ; large hennery
with room to accommodate loo to Ion kens;
excellent water at building ; a fine one-man
farm and one of th beat for market garden
ing In this sertion. a It la early land and
lay warm. Price, 83,200.00. 13ftf
NO. 89 Farm, 8tork and Tools. 8 miles
from Barr and one of the better West Hill
farms: 188 acre of extra productive land,
auitrfblv divided: will keep 16 to 20 head.
aummer and winter; good house, well painted
and in good shape; 1 good barn with base
ment; tabl warm; plenty oT wood, and fruit
for farm: with the farm, the owner wishes
to sell 18 eowa. I 1-year-old heifers. S calves.
S pig. 2 horses, hens, complete set of
farming tool, all hay, crop, etc., all ready
for immediate occupancy and ia shape to
make money from th atart. The owner esti
mate SS to 40 tons of hay, 4 to t acres of
corn. 2 acres potatoes, etc. ini farm is
well equipped and a wood vain at S4.r-00.oo.
Might eachange for iBty property if the price
rs right. Th property I offered for aale only
on account of th owner not being able to
do th work. 138tf
SPRING WATER SYSTEM paying abont
81.6WOO per year; on account of poor health
of one of the owner, thi property, which
comprise ever 10 acre of land (n th city
limits, and thi valuable water plant can be
bought so as to pay large return on the
investment. 13etf
TR17CKTNG BUSINESS in good, live town,
paying well ; tie owner want te ejl out with
in the net SO day. nd this proposition is
one which will appeal to anyone wanting a
small business; let ua give you full particu
lar. 13Mf
WOOD LOT. H mil to railroad, containing
1SS acres, a lr part of which is covered
with gnod sise hard wood and aome lumber ;
prire. tl.?nono, which includes sugar tnrl
worth I2VS0 to 8S&0 09. 18tf
C.oon FRITf AND
STORE in Montpelier.
CONFECTIONERY
13tf
We uae three automobiles to show our list
ing, and one ia waiting to carry you. Re
member, yon are under no ehlteet'ons to buy
aaUaa we eaa please yon. Now i aa excel
lent time to look around and get settled
before winter. See ua about your auction
busies. e Idt ail prrrierliea for sale
with no expense te owner unless a isle a
TBE O. A. rtKRT HEL E8TATB AGENCY
Neeaaa 8 ana 8
BewsueVCave Bsakdusg. Bert. Vt.
Of ax. TVirtr-BtM year' eeaUaaw
sfisssd st) talks rut nr etery.
r-
T tar, K. H.
nELP WANTED
w a Mfpn a hn,i..lrwr for two children,
Arldrnu, "HmiaakeeDer." thi offlc. HiHf
WANTED A maid to sriiet In second
work and care of infant: no one under IS
need apply. Inquire at 149 Main street or
telephone 4-2, Montpeller.
I43tf
SALESMAN WANTED A rleun man of
character to permanently . represent ti in
uur . Mull nn huMiruMa and urofeaaional men
onlv verv liberal commission : men also
wanted for Montpeller and St Johnabury.
Apply Mr. picket, 1H2 Main atreet, Burling-
. 143t3
TABLE GIRL WANTED At once; at Eure
ka Restaurant, 205 North Main street 140tf
WANTED Teamster to drive teem hauling
lumber. Apply to V. A. Bate. Williamslown,
Vt.
14Hf
coins' time work F.ither ex : 86-17
weekly: end 25c and initial of first name for
outfit and complete Instruction. Holme Mrs.
Co. North Station. Providence, R. I. 18S16
WANTED Fimt-clae man to banker for
cutter and do general setting: sieeay w.,. -,
lifting done by crane. The Kisk Brother Co..
Cincinnati. Ohio. 186
WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosier to friends,
neighbor and general wearer: 70 per cent,
profit: make 110 daily; experience unneces
sary. International Mills, West Philadelphis.
Pa, 13 tao"
WANTED Girl or middle-aged woman to
do general housework. Addrea I. V'
South Barre. Vt. ls,t6
WANTED A man with team to take trip
through Plainfleld, Marshfield, Cahot ana up
per Cabot. also East Montpeller. North
Montpelier, Calais. Woodbury, and Hardwirk
and some orrounding place. Wagon will
k. ,....h4 r..m Ftnta Tea. Co.. 28
North Main atreet Barre Vt. 122tf
PUPIL NURSES Mile and female, wanted
at the Taunton 8tate Hospital Training School
for Nurse. For prtlrular, addrea Dr. Ar
thur V. Cos. Supt, Taunton But Hospital.
Taunton, Mass.
WANTED
WANTED Work of any kind by young
man. Addrew "Work," Time office. 14St3
WANTED Situation a housekeeper. Ad
dress "Housekeeper A.." care Time. 14216
PARTNERS WANTED To enter quarrying
and cutting businesa at quarry ; good propo
sition ; small capital necessary ; blacksmith
and one or two stonecutter preferred. James
Geake, 7 Bock ley court. Barr. 141tf
WANTED Place for student to work for
their board and attend Goddard seminary ; I
have more young people who want such places
than ever before. O. K. Hollister. lSltf
DRESSMAKER will go out by the day or
will take aewing horn. Telephone 1SS-W. 8tf
WANTED Cow and calve bought and ex
changed. Beckley A Mclntyre, telephone
884-22. 3tf
WANTED Dead horses and cattle to take
away In Barre. East Barre. Willlamstown and
Montpelier. Tel. 166-W, Barre. VL F. K.
Bailey. . 43tlS"
TO RENT
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT All mod
ern convenience. 17 Wellington street; Mrs.
McCakilL 137tf
TO RENT Sis-room eotteore on Tremont
traet. Arthur S. Martin. 48 Frk street.
mtf
TO RENT Furnished room.
South Main street.
Inquire ISH
129tf
TO RENT El o-ht-room house: bath. 1 acre
nrf K. m mnm font. S12.0O. Call after
n. m. 'phone 892-14; W. G. Cumminrs, Trow
Hill.
TO RENT Tenement of seven room at 21
West street. In first class condition. In-
ouire of E. L. Smith. 17 West street. 117tf
OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT Is Aldrlcb
block all convenience. Apply to either of
trustee. John Trow. N. D. Phelp er Alex.
Gordon- "
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Or tolen. rabbit dog : black, white
and tan ; inscription. "V. M. Barre." on the
collar. Finder return to t Durkee place.
LOST. STRAYTvT--CJL. STOLEN from my
naature on the Lurlen Uo" larm. ao
called, in Plainfleld, 3 yearling Holstein "re-r?-ers,
1 yearling red and white heifer and 1
2-year-old Holstein heifer with ear tags
marked F. F. Ladd. Orange. Vt. : reward
offered for Information leading to their where
about. F. 3. Ladd, Barre, Vt, R. F. D. 1 :
Orange County 'phone. I34lf
SALESMEN WANTED
SIDELINE SALESMEN making small towns
Just the premium proposition you are look
ing for; something a little different than
other houae 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. 143U
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LTFWFf.RY I
V W W i m smw. aa. s
I . -I
When YOU want a piece of j
Jewelry, come in and see j
our splendid display. j
0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j
t Mala IU ' Agency (ar
I
-Baste) America" la
Auction Sale
at the
City Auction Market
TO-DAY
AT 2 AND 7 P. M.
A large list of household
and other goods that must
be sold
TO-DAY
as parties are leaving the
city.
Don't Miss It! There will
be bargains for you. Sale
sharp at 2 and 7 p.m.
0, H. HALE, Mil
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Second-hand uprighj
also aome second-hand furniture, 1
a parlor atove. and a refrigeratory
street, upstairs ; telephone 811-.
FOR SALE 1 by hors
1,400 lin. ; nii 1 so-h.
In good condition. V. A.i
town, Vt. '
FOR SALE-Horse.
good worker ; cheap, or 1
horse weighing from 0Oil
Inquire John Brechin,
Barre, Vt,
FOR SALE Six-month-ol'
can he keen at Dr. 0. E.
Hospital.
FOR SALE -An 18 h. p.
anteed in good condition at your"
reason for selling, we are inatalli'
power. Address Spring Hous GrA
bast Harre road.
FOR PALE- Black Diamond RubbeV
Paint, by the gallon, barrel or carload
Is water, weather, fire and sun proof;
800 pounds to the barrel. I am ready to paint
or repair your roof. E. L. Denamor. Gen
eral Agent. 1 Pleasant street. 188tf
FOR SALE Factory to you. A 12.00 toilet
set for 98 cent. Brush, comb and mirror, eb
ony finish, silver mounted ; or pair of ebony
finish military brushes 411 cent. Cash or
money order. Th Arehery company. Glen
Fall. N. Y. 118t2S
FOR SALE- E, M. F. 80 touring ear In
perfect condition; thoroughly overhauled and
repainted. Apply at Capital Garage Co., Court
street, Montpelier, VL , . , 72tf
LOOSE HAY FOR SALE Inquir of Will
S. Pag. 61 South Main (treat. Mtf
STUDEBAKER TRUCKS!
Studebaker Truck, new flat rack 7-in.xlA-in. t
a dandy for hauling corn. Truck and rack
complete only 839.6S
STUDEBAKER HARNESS .j
We have aome extra good values just In,
in Single and Double Farm Harness and Ex
press and Driving Harness. We buy all our
good direct from the manufacturer and
can giv you th lowest possible price.
A. W. ALLEN CO.
New England and Orange County Telephones
Iron-Age Potato Diggers
You can have them in light, medium or
extra heavy, according to your needs. W
set them up and start you digging. We have
used these machines for 10 years. We buy
direct from th manufacturer and can giv
you the lowest possible prices. Cm and Be.
A. W. ALLEN CO.
Orange County and New England Telephones
NEW ENGINES JUST IN
4V4 H. P 198.00
H. P 150.00
S H. P MS.00
Ensilage Cutters and Papec Blower. W
will show you just how they work.
"COME AND BEE
A. W. ALLEN CO.
Orange County and New England Telephone
AUTOMOBILE ROBES
HEAVY WOOL ROBES
HEAVY PLUSH ROBES
IMPORTED ENGLISH ROBES
RUBBER-LINED ROBES
Popular Lew Prices
COLTON 84 State St.
Montpelier, Vt,
Repairs and Supplies
BUGGY SHAFTS. FARM WAGON SHAFTS.
CARRIAGE TOPS, DASHERS, LAMPS.
BOLSTER SPRINGS, FEED BAGS, STABLE
BLANKETS, COOLERS
COLTON
84 STATS STREET
MONTPELIER
Our Farm Harness Win
They win en eoality ef stock
They win on workmanship
They win an equipment 3"
They win In pulling contest
Everywhere they giv satisfaction
COLTON 4 STATE STREET
MONTPEUER
POULTRY
FOR SALE Young White Pekin ducks.
Chaa. Keith, 167 North-Seminary street. 140t4
FOR SALE "Fsuttlcae" Hoodana: that
strain ha been eg-bred from trepnest rec
ords since Aril, 18M. I haw bred them 84
year for great layer, and 14 rears fior largc
si chalk white egga ; three fowl an ex
tremely, hardy, have neither comb or wattle
to freese. and are the het all-winter layer
In open-front coops. "Faultte" st ravin Hon.
dan hav won every blue rfbbon Near York.
Chicago and Philadelphia Knows for past six
years ; egg and stork sold on honor? send IS
rents for largest Illustrated poultry catalogue
ever issued. It tells yon bow to breed the
fowls, which averag 880 etrg a year apiece s
It tell you how to net 83.000 a yeatr from
100 hen. E. F. MeA-roy. Secretary. Hondas
Club, Cambridge. New York. Stf
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 aad 4 Bahrtar Black Barr. Ti
TELEPHONE
YOUR WANTS
TO THE 4
BARRE TIMES
TEL. 310.
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