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THE IJAHRK DAILY TIMES, HAUU1V.VT., FKIDAV, SEPTEMBER 11, 1014.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS Or INTEREST FROM DITFEREN'I SECTIONS Teonle'i academy at Morn.viUc open ed Wednesday with an attendance of 131, the Jargent number in 25 years. I lie entering class ha 68 pupil. Jam- Evans of Halifax is in the M'l roae hospital in Brattleboro with serious burns inflicted when he fell downstairs with a lighted lamp Monday night. Ronald, the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ring of Wolcott, badly hurt about the head when a horse truck him with its hoof, while trying to drive off the flies. ' A deep gash extended from the temple to the back of Ins head. He will recover. After working for 27 years in the Bos ton & Maine railroad shops, Edgar Brown received his first injuries last Saturday in Lyndonville. He was work ing pn top of a car and had started to descend a ladder, when it slipped and he fell some distance, breaking both bones of one wrist and badly cutting his face. Leon Richardson of Worcester, has lust met his father, Edward Richardson, whom he had never seen. Leon was born after his father went to Massachu setts to make.his home and when bis father came ttf Worcester last week to visit him and his brother, Dean, they met for the first time. The eon is 35 years old. Hydraulic and electrical engineers 'have been surveying the big waterpower on the property of R. P. Redmond in Cambridge, and the latter will develop the power and furnish electric lights for Jeffersonvitle, Cambridge, Underbill and Jericho, if the towns decide to accept his proposition. It is said the price will be reasonable and that an effort will be made to develop new industries in these villages to use the power. The body of George F. Sanborn was found by a searching party in Concord Saturday, after he had been absent from his boarding place for some hours. There were no indications of suicide or foul play and death is supposed to have oc curred suddenly from heart trouble. Mr. Sanborn was 57 years old and a man of high moral character and active in church work John Hill, a Newport young man, aged IS years, was badly hurt Saturday when he was caught in machinery connected with a gasoline pump and turned over several times. He was freed by the tearing off of his gloves. His left leg was fractured at the ankle and his right arm was broken above the wrist, besides numerous bruises. As H. H. Allen and a neighbor were driving in Mount Holly Sunday, the horse suddenly fell forward onto its head. After gutting the animal to ita feet it had a severe hemorrhage from the nose and just then a wound was discovered in its neck. A veterinary, who was consulted, pronounced it made "by a spent bullet, fired evidently by ac cident from considerable distance. Peo ple living in that vicinity heard the re port of a gun before the horse dropped, but the occupants of the wagon did not bear it. HIS DREAM CAME TRUE. 'James Bilado Fell from Tree in Bur lington and Was Injured. Burlington, Sept. 11. .lames Bilado, of 1 83 North avenue, an employe of the city j park department, was badly injured (yesterday in a fall from a tree on King I street, east .of Church street. . He was rendered unconscious, one arm (was broken and he sustained contusions Ion the face and head, j Bilado was chopping a limb off a big irottonwood tree, and was standing per haps 20 feet above the ground. Suddenly the limb which he was cut I ting split and gave way, and Bilado lost ibis balance and fell to the ground, head first. The limb also fell part way, catch ing in a crotch of the tree, but went down far enough to strike the chopper on the head. As the man struck the ground he rebounded and rolled down the I hill for a distance. A fellow worker i rushed to his assistance and the police I ambulance was called, Dr. Baylies also was summoned and Bilado was quickly (conveyed to his home. ' . -j n, accident was that when Bilado came to work yesterday he remarked that he dreamed the night before that he was going to be hurt that day. lie nas Deen ' climbing trees for the city for four years. I A year ago he cut one hand badly with tan axe. RICHFORD SCHOOLS CLOSED Because Authorities Fear Spread of In fantile Paralysria. Richford, Sept. 11. The schools of this village did not open yesterday, the au thorities taking this precaution to pre vent the spread of infantile paralysis. There are four cases of this dread dis ease in Richford. Greater Vermont Association Exhibit at State Fair. The greater Vermont association will exhibit at the state fair pictures, maps and charts, reflecting the work of the as sociation and its constituent organiia tions in Vermont. There will be collec tions of maps and pictures illustrating the carrying out of some of the policies of the assorts t ion, such as "The Kxten .ion of the County Agent System," "Bet ter Acquaintance Tour." "Good Roads Month," "Industrial Day." Boards of Trade have been requested to send in matter which illustrate their work and development. The Brnninptfln County Vermont Im provement aiociation is to send in a larg-e exhibit. The growth of Vermont industries will be set forth concretely bv pictures and charts. There will be a eolleetion of photograph showing the improved street Hunting- in several com munities, and a remarkable collection of j-hr toirrsphs show ire the mountain sur rmindinre of a Vermont city. The Green Mountain club will exhibit mips and picture showing the attraction nd the ievjopment of the long trail. The Greater Vermont aviti"n rx-pe in a verv limited space at Hie Mate fair to illustrate the pT.imth of Verenont reimmerrial and ntic oryamra lioris and their "Team Work for Ver Tr,ctit develermeijt." Only Sure Corn Cure Ever Known "Gets-It" the New Way, a Drops Do It To endur tha palm and torture caused by a llttla thing- Ilk a corn 1 ridiculous, limply because it is unnecessary. The ncw-ulan corn Us "GETS-IT for Coma and Yon Won't " Holler" When You Put on Your Shoo. cure, "GETS-IT." la the flrst one ever known to romov corns without fail, without pain and without , trouble. This to why It I the biggest-celling corn cure in exigence to-day. It is now used by million, because tt doe away with iticky tape, with planter and cotton ring that shift their position and pre down onto the corn, with alv tiiat "raw up" the toe. with "harneaaes that cause pressure and pain, with knives, rasors and file, clawing and pulling at a corn. "GETS-IT" is applied In two seconds. Two drop applied with the glass rod do the work. Pain gov, the corn shrivel, vanishes. Ac cept no substitute. Try It on any corn, wart, callou or bunion to-night. "GETS-IT" is told by druggist everywhere, 25e a bottle, or aent direct by Lawrence A Co., Chicago. MIGRATORY BIRDS. Are Protected Until Oct. 1 Under Fed eral Law. State Fish and Game commissioner, J. YV. Titcomb, haa sent out notices as follows: Your attention Is called to the open season for migratory birds under the federal migratory bird law, so-called, which takes precedence over the state law where it establishes a shorter open season. Under the federal regulations, the nroodonnk aouann Hoes not own until Oc tober 1 and you are requested to warn . i . , , t-f Hunters not to snoot, wooacoen ot-iuio that date. On waterfowl, which means ducks, the open season under the federal law ends with the close of the day, December 15. Y'ou will , please warn persons to cease duck shooting December 18. , The present season for woodcock open ing October 1 is as early as the federal law nllnun for anv atatft in the Union. The cooperation of all sportsmen should be secured or it may become necessary o muL'A o nttrninnptit rlrmo SPArtOn OS woodcock to prevent their extinction. PLAINFIELD. It is W. T,. Davis, who has purchased the Archie Lamphere farm, instead ol Charles Davis, as previously reported. STOP TOOTH DECAY In order successfully to do this, a preparation must posses three distinct qualities. It must be germicidal, it must be antiseptic, and above all it must change the fluids of the mouth from "Acid'' into "Alkaline." for acid mouth la by far the most prevalent cause of too ih decay. J uat such an idea) preparation is OnA-HYGEH DENTAL CREAM "The Kind That Saves Teeth" Its germicidal properties also prevent disease germs from entering the lystem through the mouth. Polishes the teeth to their natural whiteness. Keep gold crowns and filling bright. It heal) and hardens acre and bleeding gum. Has a delicious taste and aweetena the breath. Cannot harden in or out of tube. Lay flat on the brush All Ingredient printed on label. Result of year of research by a practicing Dentist. Cost no more than other at your Druggist. Just try a tube today. ORA-HYGEN COMPANY. Portland, Me. Yu Want Good Mustard. Aak for Stickney & Poor's Mustard AND GET IT TRY WELCOME SOAP for whiter clothe and ir washday. All dealer ban It. Manufactured by Lever Broa. Co., Cam bridge. Mas. Auction Sale at the Auction Market City SATURDAY, 2 and 7 P. M. This will be a larrre sale of al most everything in the house hold line and many other goods. Lountres. ' easv chairs, rockers. dining and morris chairs, dress ers, commodes, beds, mattresses, sewing machines, a good cottage organ, baby carriage, and small goods in large quantities. One nair double harnesses. 1 ihiKTcrv whins. Hears, watches. , r. , " ---i c ' - i clocks, coal and wood heaters, 2 large wardrobes. One Castle Crawford range, wood or coal, been used 14 mos., almost new; cost $58.85 ; at pri vate sale at low price. Also 1 Colonial range, been used 6 months; coal or wood; reservoir; not a break in it; cost $50.00, a bargain at $30.00, at private sale only. Sale Positive At the City Auction Market, Barre. Vt on Saturday at 2 and 7 p. m. 0. H. HALE, 322 Vermont Municipal Bonds Parties wishing to buy or sell Vermont county, town, village, or school district bonds, taxable or non-taxable, will find it to their interest to communicate with the Lamoille County Savings Bank and Trust Co., at Hyde Park, Vt. This Bank is always in the market for Vermont municipal bonds, and-it always has a line of first-class Vermont bonds, ei ther taxable or non-taxable, to offer. ESTATE OF SAMl'F.L A. DAVIS Stat of Vermont, District of Washington, s. The Honorable probata Court for th Dis trict Afoaosaid: , . . , To all parson interested in th etat of Samuel A. Davie, late of Marshfleld, in aid district, deceased, GREETING: WHEREAS, said court ha assigned the 28th day of September next for examining and allowing th account of the administrator of the estate of aald deceased and for a decree of the residue of said eatat to the lawful claimants of th same, and ordered that pub ii. ..Ik. ih.. ha given to all person inter. eeted in aaid tat by publishing thi order throe weeks successively previous to tn aay aaaigned. in th Barre Daily Time, a news paper publihed at the city of Barre, In said THEREFORE, you ar hereby notified to appear et the probate omce in Montpelier, in aaid district, on the day assigned, then and ther to contest the allowance of aaid account if you ee cause, and to establish your right a heir, legatee and lawful claimant to aaid residue. Given under my hand, thi 3d day of Sep tember, 1914. ... FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Sept. 4-11-18 Auction Sale OF REAL ESTATE Slick Outside Property As I have purchased and am livitijr on a large farm, I have decided to !1 at public auction to the h'ghest bidiu-r, on SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, '11 at a o'clock in the afternoon on the prem ises, located about Y, miles from 3arre City and i mile from South Barre, on the west hill, known as the Luther Wood place, just above the Frank Martin farm, My Nearly New Seven-Room Cottage all painted outside last week. Thia house is finished in natural wood, Borne hard wood flcora, good water Btipply at house, neat barn 18x22, clapboarded and paint ed, room for horse and cow, 2 Acres of Nice Laying Land with quite a lot of fruit, such as apple, pears, plum, cherries. More land, ad joining thia, can be purchased at a rea sonable price. This property i vtry pleasantly located and will make a niie place for chickens, fruit, etc. You can be employed in the city ind pet trood nnrt of vonr living off this little fnrn. On R. F. 1). and telephone lines. A most desirable property for someone, and it will be sold on easy payments, at 1 have no use for it and have other busi ness to attend to. These little farm :ir not. n)entv around Barre City, ind lots of buyers. Terms at time of aale. H. I. ELLENW00D, Owner. SMITH & DASHNER, Agenta C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer. oction Sale OF Stock and Tools The undersized will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Saturday, September 12 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premise known as the William H. Stew art farm on the weaf hill road, about 4 milea from Barre City and about 3 miles from Williamstown, near the Georjre I.ynde farm, the following described per sonal property: 29 HEAD OF STOCK COWS, YEARLINGS AND CALVES 10 of These Cows Are fcxtra Good Grade Jerseys most of them good age and good aire, one due to freshen Sept. 14, the others due thia winter and early spring, are now wivincr a oood lot of milk and are in good order; 5 yearling heifera that will be two in .Marcn, a spring ime, u th. ahnva he in 17 the stock formerly ownorl bv W. H. Stewart. Also 9 good grade .Ayrshire cows, due to freshen this fall, part of them early, anl nave Deen hmuirht in. This is also a good bunch of eowa and are beinff sold on account of the owner being short of room. SIX HORSES One 4-year-old onlt, weighine about 1.IHK) lb., an extra good one, has been bitted but is not harness broken; pair heavy draft horses, weight about 2.600 lbs., good age and size, good workers, suitable for any work ami a team that will please you; 1 yearfcng colt, 1 suck ing colt, 3 t-hoats weighing about ISO each; large brood sow, a lot of hens and chkkens. TOOLS Kxtra gwd Comord style buggy and 1 mud wagon; farm wagon, srtsleds, 2 sleighs, mowing machine. liore rake, snmothing harrow, w Urvl harrow 2 cultivator, plow, 2 set work hsrn-fe. 2 drive harnew, alo new Way 7 h. p. galine engine, in p-iod condition. CROPS Abo-it 30 tons of extra pvl quality timothy hay, cut early and got 1 in gnod hape; also 4 acre Northern, corn standing and all ready to harvest.! a fine piece, well eared; estimated itj 011. oat; 4 or 5 inns straws, and quantity of India bat Sale will take place regardless ef weather eond.ti and every article of fered will b M. Terms at time cf (he sale. TV not . frget the date, Saturday. September 12. 1914, at n n'i !' k in the nxnier. Lnrx-n at xvB. C W. PERRY, Ownaet. D. A. PERRY, Abcuobw. j:ta:mm:::::nn:::ma::::m: BUICK MODEL 19 taken in exchange for Overland. Will close out cheap. H. F. CUTLER, Overland Ajrent t 316 NORTH MAIN STREET, BARRE BUSINESS CARDS CECIL G. EGG Musiral Director Christ Church, Montpeller: Graduate College of Music. Montreal ; Member National Asso. of Oraaniet i Teacher of Piano, Organ, Voice, Harmony Special Terms to Barre Pupils Lesion given in Barr or Montnelier Address 11 Loo mis 8t, Montpeller; Tel. 444-4 DR. A. C. FOSTER A GRADUATE OP THE OHIO COLLEGE OP DENTAL SURGERY ha opened hi office, foraterir ecapied, by Dr. Mark?, in th Rowland building. Phon I7I-W Herbert V. Wheelock, B. S. SOILS EXPERT AGRICULTURAL CHEMIST LANDSCAPIN'G AND ORCHARD WORK Horticulture and Agronomy a Specialty N. E. Telephone 47S-2 South Barr EDWIN W. BRUCE riOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Pupil of the Pansas Serelk. Vienna Royal High Pehool. aad Msrteaa. Berlin Hifh Scheet TERMS ll.ti PER LESSON Ales leader of the Barre Opera Hons aad Mcntixner Military Ban ureaestras II KELSON ST. PHONE 411-11 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA Music for all occasions Latest and most popular music TELEPHOmt 342-21 MERCHANT TAILORING Alio Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing MOORE & OWENS , lit North Mala Street Barr, Vratt We Clean and Press Suits Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for 75c Pressing, 50c LAMOREY'S DR. G. L. T. HAYES Medical and Surgical v Diseases Peculiar to Women Off re Hoars 8 lo 4 P. at. TdT. Thredy d Satardar AIm by AplntaMt 14 and II Blanchard Belldinf Tel. II DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Ofie l Boam 35, Milea Building Offios ho. t A- M. to II If. aad 1 :10 to 4 P. ML. Maadar, Tuesday. Thursday aad Friday. Talephons Connection M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night. An ap-to-dat Ambulanca la connection. EAST BARRE, Vt. Telephone ao-i WILLIAMSTOWH, Vt Telephone 381- Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE JUNB . III! TRAINS LEAVE BARRE: 7.15 a.m. Daily, except Sunday, for Wells River and inter mediate stations. 12.23 P.m. D'1' MWP Sunday, for Wells River and inte me dia testations ;has through parlor car for Boston, arriving at 8:25 p. m. 1 iZ D m. Daily, except Sunday, for " Wells River and inter mediate stations. 9.30 p.m. for Jv?n f. and intermediate stations. Haa through Pullman sleeping car for Boston, arriving at 7:30 a. m. Havtnc Been Appointed Agent fer th WATERLOO CEMENT MACHINERY C,rorstiit ( Waterle. lew. r eaa supply wUh C"ert Mlswim, Builders' Bota. Elewtor, and Contractors' Equipment. V." be Small Ceniejt aimers that will interest you I days tree tnai . BarttevUrs writ er telhas P., ooa 4 GREGOIRK Telephone Oouctko Barr Vsrmoat AUTO LIVERY CALL 4- FOR PRICES ON AUTOMOBILE TRIPS. LONG OR SHORT Ala Rswul Pries la th Fair E. E. NYE lit Pieapee Street Barr. Verasant That Worn-Out Feeling -ith loss of appetite, constipation, btl ioornea, sirk headache, is nature' amine, that yon need a gnod summer tonic. Gt a bottle of Baiter's Mandrake Eitters to-day. Fold everywhere, liquid or tablets, 21 cent. lr riga fca Aaserfcra f tke taafMTted by alTVd bead rxraase. Factavy. Kaifcis. X It- 6A FOUR LINES FOR 25c Th Time will publish Want. Lea and Pound. For 81. To !et. ete. ior 4r. timent-t th rate nf four li for twenty-Be cent for th flrst iaaertioa and teiru for acll subsequent inrttoa. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE RKAt. ESTATE FOR SALE -Free lis. N. J. I'otwin, South Royllon, Vt. 149t8 FARM FOR 8 ALE On of th (Wt farms In this section, known a the Geo. Richard son farm, at North Harr. Call or adrlree C. S. Meaker, administrator, Barre, Vt I43tl2 FOR SALE 82-aere farm 2'i mllea from Williamstown, near srhool, on R. F. D. and telephone; 16 acre tiling- in hiah tat of cultivation, balance In pasture and timber; will sell at a hnntoin for quick ale. Shori dan Bro Williamstown, Vt. 188U6 FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE tor food rentina; property! farms that will keep from 1(1 to 60 cows. J. V. Stewrt, North field. Vt. 137t2b SMITn & DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS Bar Sold a Good Number of Nice Farm and Som Town Property tn th Past Month and Still Hay a Lar List for You to Select From. NO. 211 For eale. acres of fine laylna. 1.... 1 mU nf huildinir. only 1 mile from City Hall, Barre City. Vt. : about 20 acre in tiUaae, balance pasture and timberland; 2 or I acre or ceaar; u 1 1 i a ,a ....ft (Mm filnit are will ne a wi . t " " " , smooth, nearly level, and ell machine mowed : basement-barn, clapboarded na painiea, w.u il. s r 111 haul: lanre chickMihouse : nice shade and fruit tree; large 8 or 10-room house, with porches and tower i water at houaw and bam. ini is a very t , Mnt;.. trt atart a milk route, or chicken ranch, aside from gen eral farminir. The price u nirni. utl u show you this property. 144tf vr D Dll V Kin 919 fin annnunt of ad- i .nuu ..v vanced an of owner, he offer for sal ni nice farm, in Waahinttton. Vt.. eontainina 90 acres; 26 acre ttllaire, balance pasture and woodland: fruit and susrar orchards: i- n . n h..tl, anil hardwood tim ber. Farm will keep 10 cow and team. Two larsre baacment-barns, ion snea, granary p..u cnickennoua ; Kooa i-room nuua, good shar-e: water at house and barn. Timber enough on thi farm to pay for it. 144tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE No. 21. A slick 78-acr frm, 2 mile from William town and the railroad; 85 acre of tillage, balance pasture and woodland ; field lay good, free from tone. and all machine mowing; sugar orchard of 400 tree: fruit orchard, some softwood timber and large lot of hard wood: farm will keep 10 cows and team: sood basement-barn, horse-barn, sheds, chickenhouie and silo; 7 -room house, in good shsne; water at house and barn : t-i mile to school. Owner will exchange thi for good rental property, as he ha other busine that require hi attention. 141tf FOR SALE No. 214. Great proposition for truck gardening and chicken ranch ; 7 acre of land, well adapted for chickens and veg etable raising; nearly nw 8-room house, part ly finished in red birch ; om birch floors, furnace heat and weighted windows ; basement-barn 26xS2, basement cement bottom : spring water; 1 mile from Barre City, the great market for anything you have to sell ; only V, mil to school ; buildings all nearly new, net and clean ; a great bargain at Ijie price sked. We want to show you this one before you purchase a place. 144tf FOR SALE No. 21 S. Owner ick in bed and wishes to sell his nice home nd market garden, located almost in the heart of Barre City, Vt. ; 8 acre of land, that has been used for vegetable gardening for a num ber of year ; a portion of thi land is t in nice fruit, pples. plums, grapes, raspher riea, and other small fmit : owner handles a number of swarms of bees i chickens can be added to the profits of thi littl farm, mak ing in all a good income : grand good house, built by owner for a home, consulting of two tenement, one occupied by owner, the other rented to good parties ; bay windows, porche, some hardwood floors, nice large dry base ment: only S minute to carline. 10 to station and S to school : this land could be converted into building lota, if desired : everything con sidered, it rs a valuable property and would not be on th market only for lirkneas of owner; price will be right. 144tf We have a large list of farms and city property and can please yon in either and re ready to show you any property we have listed, t ny time, without expense to you. It (a ttin the time of year to think about auction sales. Many year of experience in advertising and selling all classes of property at pubic auction for thousand of satisfied owners. Will assure you of satisfactory re sults if we do your work. I.ui ,mir ml estate with us for a quick ale. We are selling lota of property and can try hard to ell your. Smith rtashner. Real Estate Agent Room S-9-10. Hnwland-Cave Bid.. Barre City, Vt Telephone connection, all lines. FOR SALE OR RENT Hou on Franklin street, containing 8 rooms, large hall upstair and down, bath-room, laundry-room, pantry and dor-ist.iT toilet room: inside finish and floor i hard wood: furnace heart, electric lighta. gas. hot and cold water; rent I2S.00. Also. ls'' FOR SALE OR RENT House on East street extension, containing 6 room, natn- room. pantry, hall, outside sleeping porrn. electric light, ga. furnace heat hot and cold water: rent $20.00. ISStf Telephone 114-1 H. A. PHELPS CO. TAKE YOUR CHOICE Every One Is a Bargain! After Tea Hv Looked Them Over, Yea Will Be Convinced That They Are All Exceptional Valne Just Listed: in-ATRE FARM. I '4 mile or 1ms from Barre. on one of the beat roads with no hill : JS acre of tillage land, balance pasture and wood ; quantity of fruit ; good 9-room house, horse barn and 2 cow barns ; Urge hennery with room to accommodate 100 to 160 hens ; excellent water at buildings ; a fine one-man farm and one of the best for market garden ing in thi section, as it is early land and l.r, w.rm. Price. 13,200.00. ISStf Kfl 09 Frm. Stock and Tools. S miles from Barr and on of tb better Wait Hill farm : 1SS acre of extra, productive land, auitably divided: will keep 15 to 20 head, summer and winter; good house, well painted nd in good shape; t good barn with base ment: stable warm; piemy oi wis, ana for farm ; with th larm. tne owner waine to sell U cows, z i-year-oiu inio, caiv. t 8 pig. 2 horses, hens. complete set of j r.rniin tools, all hay. crop, etc.. all ready for immediate occupancy and in hne to make money from the start The owner esti mate 85 to 40 ton of hay, 4 to & arrea of eorn, 2 acre potato, etc. Th' farm is well equipped and a rood value at S4,trn.00. Might exchange lor oliy proneny u me pnre ! ruiht Th property is offered for sale only on account of th owner not being able to no the work, 18'tf BPRrVfS WATER SYSTEM paving about 1 en,) no nr ver: on account of poor health of one of the owners, this property, which comprise over 1" rre oi iana in ine eiiy limit", ana In as vaiuaoie water piam ran n bought so a to pay large return en the; investment i-mi TRUCKING BUSINESS in good, live town. paying well ; rn nm wr " w -.. - l. h snl day, and this proportion is an which will aoneal t anyone wanting mail busmeas; let us giv you full partH-u- lara. ISMf ; WOOD LOT. H mil to rallmed. roots in m 1 US acre, a large part of wha-h is envered w,th good re hard wood and om tumbrr ; prw Si;K00. which ineliHie sugar toots : worth Ijno.es to S30.(KI. Uetf coon f RUIT AND CONFECTIONTRT STORE i Montpelier. llf u w three eutomobiie to sbow our tt- ! tnr and one wi'ing to ran-r Voa Re au irtrr you are urder do ebiarauems to bwv mTlimm can piease yo N- eve-U Wot time to look " aad get snlMi Ivfnre min'-r. See u ancart ywsir aurt.a k,mM lit ll prnrriw foe sale ; an no' erpcrwe to e-ner '- a ) ! m- I THE D A. rtURT IL ET ATI ACFXCT I HMO I 1M nkoKtn Bafldbac. stare. TV HELP WANTED WOMEN to w at horn: all malarial fur nbheti and delivered prepaid to your door: w want reliable worker ; to uch w offer aooo money: .teady work; no canvassing; send stamped envelope for prices w psy. Uni versal Co.. UepU H, Walnut street, phia, Pa. 15-U W ANTED -At one, a flrstla man to f.illow derrick and chain, nanon ta Hurnham' Meadow. 162tf WANTED -Girl for general housework in family of four. Arply at Mrs. fc. N. Nor mandeau's. t0 Merchant street. SALESMEN We dealre a forceful and ag gressive salesman for a high-claa calendar, leather and novelty line to rcpreaent us In Brr. also for several eountie in Vermont: will eoiwider application only from men of reliable character and reel selling ability. Thus. i. Deckman Co., 827 Filbert street Philadelphia, Pa. Sept, 10-17-.it WANTED -Chambermaid wanted at once. Apply by letter or telephone. The Bethel Inn. Bethel, Vt. 18116 WANTED A competent woman for gen eral housework: middle-aged person preferred. For further particular call or writ C. A. Robie. Montpelier. Vt. : "phon 8-M. 160t3 GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy to get My free booklet Y !- tell how. Write to-dy now. Earl Hopkin. Washington, D.C. WANTED -A housekeeper for two children Addres "Housekeeper," this office. 148tf WANTED A mid to slrt in cond work and care of Infant; no on under 16 need apply. Innulre at 149 Main street or telephone 4-2, Montpelier. WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosier to friends, neighbor and general wearer; 70 per cent, profit; make $10 daily: experience unneces sary. International Mills, West Philadelphia, pfc lSitSo WANTED A man with team to take trip ,i th i. u u r-htt and un per Cabot, also East Montpelier. North Montpelier, Calaui. woodDury. iiw aiuT..v. and some eorrounding places. Wagon will i . . i , n . tr .. , Tm I n "M ne njmieneu. tawtn . . 3 . - North Main street. Brre Vt Pt'PIL NURSES Mai and female, wanted at the Taunton State Hoepltal Training School for Nurses. For particular, addre Dr. Ar thur V. Cos. Supt. Taunton 8it Boapttai. Taunton. Mas. 4u WANTED WANTED An experienced young lady de sires work In tb care or instruction of children. 151,6 WANTED Place for young girl in small family, where she will be taught general housework. Apply to E. M. M.. lock box 78. Graniteville, Vt 161t4 WORK WANTED Young man desire work in drug store to learn drug business. Drug. 151t4 WANTED To buy a small fe ; must be In perfect condition. Write to box 848, city, giving description and price. 160t4 FARM WANTED I want a good-siied farm In thi locality to rent : must have team, stock and tools ; will take possession Jan. 1. Ad dres H. R. Davi. Montpelier. Vt, R. F. D. No. 4. um WANTED To buy a milk rout that one man can take care of. Address "Milk Route." this office. W PARTNERS WANTED To enter quarrying and rutting business at quarry ; good propo sition : mall capital necessary : blacksmith and one or two stonecutters preferred. James Geak. 7 Berkley court. Barre. 141tf DRESSMAKER will go out by th day or will take sewing home. Telephone 16S-W. 86tf WANTED Cows and es!v bought and ex changed. Beekley ft Mclntyre. telephone 884-22. H" WANTED Dead horse and cattle to take wav in Barre. East Barre. Williamstown and Montpelier. TeL S66-W. Barr. Vt F. K BaUey. 48UM TO RENT Tn RENT Sevn-room tenement at 7 Laurel treet. Inquire of C. L. Converse. 22 Church treet Itf ' ROOMS TO RENT Two furnished rooms at SO Eatra avenu. 'Phone 42-18. 161t6 FOR RENT A 6-room tenement all on flrst floor: bath, ga and electric light. Inquire No. 78 Maple avenue. 160t6 TO RENT Two rooms, furnished or unfur nished, suitable for light housekeeping. M Merchant street. 150U ROOM TO RENT-At 18 Eastern evenue. with or without board. Tel. 78-2. HTtlltl TENEMENT TO RENT Sept. 15: first floor : all modem improvements. E. L. Dens more, corner Brook and Pleasant streets. 149tf TO RENT 2 or S furnished rooms for light home-keeping vrith all modern improvements, or will rent singly, with or without house keening privileges. 72 Franklin treet, 'phone 78-W. 147t6 TO RENT Famished room at 47 Beacon street . . H"f TO RENT Tenement 4 rooms, in block, in mod order: 110 per month. Smith Pro. 887 North Min street 145tf FURNISHED ROOM' TO RENT All mod rn convenience. 17 Wellington treet; Mrs. McCeskiU. 'STtf TO RENT Furnished room. South Main street Inquire IS1. 129tf TO RENT Eight-room house; bah. 1 sere land, barn room: rent. 112.00. Call after 6 n. m. 'phon 892-14 : W. G. Cummings. Trow Hill. 125tf OFFICE ROOMS TO RENT ta Aldrieh block all convenience" Aprily to either of trustee. John Trow. N. D. Phelp or Alex Gordon. DRESSMAKING mjiaa rr I rw Hfl! f)PV haa moved her tn inn -.-.-.. - --w . ..allnr nrafttnai tn 9K Omnir trt- where she will continue dressmaking- and also n out by the day. ioxo- ! JEWELRY When YOU want a piece of J Jewelry, come in and see ! i j:j j: l I our spieiiuiu uispiay. j 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j I 2 Mala It. ! Agency fee j . ' Aasaricma' Ban L J Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Tnsur anee Companies, Ask for rates. J. W. DILLON i Blarfe FOK SALE FOR SALE 20 White Wyndott hens. ll laying. 114 Hill street , IS 116 FOR SALE-My entire livery business, In. csted on Pleasant street. t th old Dyr stand, in Ranrtoiilh ; 15 horse and rig ar Included, beaidca. other proiwrty. A. T. NelT, Randolph, Vt 1621S FOR SALE Hsndsome. well-built 1.000.1b. Morgan mare; la good reader. Z. Brunette, 76 Prospect street. 161t FOR SALE-Full-blooded pup. ' E. F. Smith. Newfoundland llt FOR SALE Household goods In good eon dition for someone; will sell all or In lot; a bargain. Corner Harrington (treat and Maple avenue. 151t FOR SALE OR RENT Granite shed in Hardwirk ; overhead derrlrk and modern in very way. Inquire of L. A. Robie, Hsrd wlck. 160136 FOR SALE Fox hound I year old. B. T. Chaa. R. F. D. No. 1, Barre. Vt M8t FOR SALE Bay mare, good worker or driver, with foal at her feet; reason for sell ing. I have too many home. Apply to E. Ritchie. Trow Hill, telephone 242-M. 148t FOR SALE -Apples, by peck, bushel or barrel ; also maple sugar. W. F. Shcpard. 147tf FOR SALE Shoata, rooting, all kinds and prices; Everjet roof paint; Randolph wheel, barrows ; Congoleum and rug border. H. 8. Drury, Licenead Auctioneer, Willlamtswn. Vt 147t6 FOR SALE A pool and billiard parlor, connected with a cigar, tobacco and confec tionery business ; best location in Barr and a most prosperous busintss ; everything in ex cellent condition; a rare opportunity; terms returnable. Inquire Henry Watkin. 262 No. Main street 147tf PULVERIZED SLATE STONE FOR SALE In any quantity; the proper article for walks, drives or cellar bottoms : delivered in any quantity. Inquire of N. M. Nelson, 20 Mer chant street. 146tf FOR SALE One 3-horae grain separator mounted on trucks, all in flrstclnss condition. A. H. NorriB. Williamstown, Vt. 144tf FOR SALE 1 bay horse, weight about 1.400 tb. ; also 1 80-h. p. gasoline engine in good condition. V. A. Bate. Williams town. Vt. 141tf FOR SALE Black Diamond Rubber Roof Paint, by the gallon, barrel or carload. It is water, weather, fire and sun proof: weighs 800 pound to the barrel. I am ready to paint or repair your roofs. E. L. Densmore, Gen eral Agent 1 Pleasant street. 138tf FOR SALE E. M. F. SO touring car in perfect condition ; thoroughly overhauled and repainted. Apply at Capital Garage Co.. Court street, Montpelier, Vt 72tl LOOSE HAY FOR SALE Inquire of Will S. Page, 1 South Main street (4tf SEPARATORS The lightest running, cleanest skimming Separator on the market ; every machine fully guaranteed. - If you have a small Separator and need a larger one, w will exchange. COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Oranre Caunty and N-w England Telephones STUDEBAKER TRUCKS Studebaker Truck, new flat rack 7-ft.xl-ft. a dandy for hauling corn. Truck and rack complete only f39.6t STUDEBAKER HARNESS We have some extra good values just in, in Single and Double Farm Harntes and Ex press and Driving Harness. We buy all our goods direct from the manufacturers and can give you the lowest possible prices. A. W. ALLEN CO.. New England and Orang County Telephone Iron-Age Potato Diggers You c a n have them in lieht, medium t extra heavy, according to your needs. We set them up and atart you diRgmfr. We have used these machined for 10 yeart. We buy direct from the manufacturer and can jrtve you the lowest possible prices. Come and Sea. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephone NEW ENGINES JUST IN 4Y, H. P I98.S0 H. P 1SO.O0 8 H. P 225.00 Emilags Cutters and Panec Blowers. We will show you just how they work. "COME AND SEE" A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephones AUTOMOBILE ROBES HEAVY WOOL ROBES HEAVY PLUSH ROBES IMPORTED ENGLISH ROBES RUBBER-LINED ROBES Popular Lw 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 STATE STREET MONTPELIER Our Farm Harness Win They win on quality of stork They win en workmanship They win en equipment They win In palling contest Everywhere they fiv satisfaction COLTON 8 STATE STREET MONTPELIER LOST AND FOUND LOST Saturday night between Main and Washington treU. package containing half mImw vwttirn tn doten sliver epoora. r, this office for reward. LOST Gold wstrh with monogram, between Traction Co. waiting-room and treet car track. Wednesday afternoon. Finder return tn Times office and be rewarded. 151,3 i LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN from my pa.ture on the Lurian Downnr farm, so J called, in Plainfield. 8 yearling Hol.tein heif er. 1 yearling red and whit heifer and I ;2-year-old HolMein heifer with ear tags ! marked F. F. Ladd. Orange. Vt ; rew.rd offered for information imding to tneir wnerr ihn.it. F. S. Ladd. Barre, Vt. R. F. D . 1 1 : Orange County 'phone. ti BOYS CAN MAKE MONEY K. mVL-iniy im T.ONES and ship- !ring them to C. S. PAGE. Hyde I Park. Vt. He is paying 75c per hundred for almost anything in the line of Field Bones that are jdrv and fairly clean. Dry, clean. , boiled r.utchers Bones are worth 00c per hundred. He pays the freight on shipments of 200 tbs. or more. DOMESTIC NURSING ., poo.1. rc-etaMe, mi l lV ayed Amer Wnn woman ith e.l t yer" eij-eri- 'ence and hel of fffwao-s "i'n ro' lion as domftic nut-w. Apply at 0', MJit street, rrr.