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HArrcwNcs or intera-st from DIFFERENT 8ECT10NS '. Florald Stevens of Burlington lias re icned Chlttrndrn t-ounty highway liperviaor and Merritt K. Carpenter of Charlotte ha been appointed to succeed him. ' Frnk Modgett'e house in Lyndonville caiiRht fire Sunday night and the ell and a small barn were burned. The cause of the fire l unknown. The loa U esti mated at $l,4iK), which i covered by in aura nee. ! I). J. Cahalan of Burlington, a drug glut, ha filed a petition in bankruptcy With Clerk F. 8. l'latt of the federal eourt. Hi liabilities are given as fl, 083.71 and he has assets of f2,Sfl. with $350 claimed exempt. While Mrs. Harry Welch waa leading a horse to water in Berkshire last Wed nesday, the animal kicked her in the face, breaking her upper jaw, knocking out nearly all of the upper teeth and part of thoae on the lower jaw and tear ing the roof of her mouth badly. H. J. Heatb dug up 'in hi yard in Townshend recently an Indian arrow head, about three ana one-Half inches long and two and one-half inches wide, ind harp on both aide. From ita peculiar shape it waa judged to have been used by the Iroquois tribe. . What is' undoubtedly by far the larg est casting ever made in Vermont was manufactured in the plant of the F. R. Patch Manufacturing company in Rut land one day last week. The casting, which is a rubber bod plate for a Mil waukee, Wis, firm, was successfully handled in every way. The mammoth electro-magnet and electric crane equip ment of the plant handled the 30,000 pounds of iron with ease. Charles Owen, the oldest resident of Hinsdale, N. H., died there Saturday of infirmities incident to old age. He was born in South Burlington, April 2, 1R23, and lived for many years in Burlington and Irasburg. Mr. Owen served in the Civil war, being mustered out with the rank of corporal July 24, 1865. In 1802 he removed from Vermont to New Hampshire. The 65th annual convention of the Vermont State Teachers' association will he heid at St. Johnsbury Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, Oct. 15, 16 and 17. The new St. Johnsbury house and other hotels will be able to care in excellent stiape for all who attend and the com mittee in charge is preparing for what it hopes will be the best teachers' con vention ever held. The program is not yet completed, but speakers already en gaged include the very best that is to be had in their line. Oct. 15, in the even ing, the visiting teachers are to be given a reception at the Fairbanks museum, Rfter which "A You Like it" is to be presented at the Colonial theatre. Fri day morning's session is to be given over to a discussion of the educational status of Vermont, led by Dr. Leonard of Har vard university and Dr. Hillegas of Columbia university, who were employed by the Carnegie Foundation in the inves tigation and' report of conditions in this state. Friday afternoon departmental conferences will be held and in the ev n ing will occur the Schoolmaster' club banquet and the Woman Teachers' club banquet. There will be more addresses Saturday morning. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. Brattleboro Will Entertain Sept. 28, 29, and 30. The Vermont Baptist state convention is to be entertained at Brattleboro Sept. 28, 29, and 30. Monday evening, Sept. 28, will be held the session of the state young people's union, beginning at 7:30. the program is: Scripture lesson. Rev. G. W. Collins, Newport Center; prayer. Rev. Ralph M. Jones, Chester; presi dent's address, Rev. J. Harrison Thomp son, Randolph; address, Rev. O. A. .hat on, D. D., New York; music; benedic tion, Rev. W. C. Goodwin, South Lon donderry.,' . Tuesday morning the Vermont Histor ical society will meet at 9 o'clock. Pray er will be offered by Rev. E. E. Phillips, St. Johnsbury, followed by report of sec retary a-nd treasurer, Rev. E. A. Mason, Bellows Falls; 9:15, address, Rev. How ard B. Grose, D. D., Boston; 9:45, elec tion of officers; prayer, Rev. J. W. Bur gin, West Charleston; 10:00, devotional service, conducted by Rev. E. M. Fuller, Richford. At 10:30 a. m., the woman's societies will meet, with the following program: Scripture reading, Mrs. Parley D. Root, North Springfield; prayer, Mrs. Thomas Davidson, East Poultney; address of welcome, Mrs. F. L. Smith, Brattleboro; response, Miss A. A. Brigham, Benning ton; solo, MTu Mary Bane, Brattleboro; foreign mission report, Miss A. A. Brig ham; junior foreign mission report. Miss Mary Brown, Ludlow; home mission re port, Mrs. J. A. Greenwood, Chester; ad dress, "The Orient and Opportunity," Miss Klla D. McLaurin. Chicago; solo, Mrs. G. W. Power. Townshend; address, Mrs. A. G. Lester, Chicngo. At 10:30 a. m.. the same day, the Vermont ministers' conference and aid society will meet in the Methodist rhureh, with the following program: Prayer, Rev. William Laughton, Hinea burg; report of secretary, Rev. W. S. Boardman, Addison; report of treasurer, Arthur G. Crane, Bulington; address, Rev. Georjre. E. Horr, . D. J) president Newton Theolojrieal seminary, Newton Center, Mass.; election of officers; pray er. Rer. K, E. Eno, Middletown Nprinjr.' Tuesday afternoon, at 1:30 will be the Sunday school session and Rev. diaries A. Royd of Burlinpton, general secretary of the Vermont Sunday School association, will apeak, followed by an addres for junior and intermediate teachers by Mrs. Florence Cameron Ladd of Boston; at 2:30 Mrs. Ladd will con duct a question box; at 3. address by Ernest S, Butler of Maiden. Ms on -Building Vp a Bible School": a :.".. question box conducted by Mr. Butler; 4:00, addrmts, "ETamrl'rn the BiWe School," Rev. James Francis. U. I. Bow ton: prayer. Rev. J. Wallace I'hesbro, Bellows Falls. Tuesday evening at 7:3. R. James S. Brsker, D. P., of Burlirffton ill have scripture lesson and prayer: ad drcis of welcome. Fev. Onrse A. Tom lmo of BratVhoro; preMitrnt'a ad ire, Henry Bond of Brattleboro; an nual sermon. Kev. 4. Himw Thomp son, Randolph; prayer and he-ne-dx-tion. Rev. F. M- Holmaji'. Bristol. U'ad.ewUy morning. Sft. Sn. the rvm rwitioii fens at 9 o'clnrk. with a irvn t onal serrva I'd by Ker. Geoff Holt of Barre, followed by various re ports, and at 10:15 the annual report of the trustees of the convention will be given by the secretary and superin tendent, Rev. W, A. Davison, D. D re port of the treasurer of the convention, Howard Crane of Burlington, and the in troduction of new pastors by Supt. Davi son. There will then be given messages from convention workers, Miss A. M. Jameson with the Italians, Rev. John Bjork, with the Swedes, Rev. F. W. Buck and Rev. If. K. Vye, aided churches, arid Rev. Benjamin Loniax, colporteur; prayer, Rev. George Toinfrey, West Der by. Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 Devo tional service, Rev. H. II. Stetson, Lud low; address, "Our Convention, Past. Present and Future," Rev. Guy C. Lam son. D. D., Philadelphia; address, "Our Duty to the Nation and the World," Rev. C. L. White, D. D., New York; address, Rev. Frank W. Padelford, I). D., educa tional secretary of the northern Baptist convention; prayer, Rev. I. M. Compton, West Brattleboro. . The session closes Wednesday evening, tli niMoitncr nneninor at 7:30. At 8 o'clock Supt. J. N. Bars of Vergennes 1 . i it :lt will give an address ana anoiner w be given bv Rev. W. W. Daw ley, D. I Syracuse, N. Y. Dr. Davison will gi the final words and closing prayer. Mary Fletcher Hospital Benefits. Charles P. Smith, the treasurer, at an adjourned nio.eting of the directors the Mary Fletcher hospital in Buiiin inn Monrlav announced the receipt of letter stating that the hospital had been made residuary legatee Dy me i nf Mim Marv J. Hall, late of Roc Island, P. Q., the letter stating that the sum available for tho work of carrying nn the flmirecifi ted work of the hospital would probably aggregate from $10,000 to f 12,000. 11118 Deques! oy a wuimj u rcaidinff outside of Vermont, fol lnminff another handsome remembrance at the hands of the late Mr. Dimmick of New York, who made the Mary rietener hnen ui h i residuarv leeatee, biiow lmur thorotiirlilv the service performs- by the institution is apnreiini.ru i .i.j f beyond the boundaries oi Vermont. Th vacsncv in the presidency of the hospital resulting from the death of the .ii i ... au la te Henry Greene was nneu uy mo promotion ot w. -J. van ratten, lunm-i t Mr. Smith was chosen vice-president in addition to his present o dice of treasurer, uireciors uum, " pt,.n and Whittemore were appointed a committee to prepare a suiiaoie renu- lution relating to tlie long service ui Mr. Greene. BAY Stlckney & Poor's Mustard" THERE'S NONE BETTER EXECUTOR'S SALE OF Real Estate and Personal Property at Public Auction 82 Head of Cattle, 74 Sheep and Lambs, 4 Horses, , Tools, Crops, Etc. Tn elnae thi estate of the late Henry H. Martin of Williamstown, Vt., the undersigned will sell at public auction tn the hiuhest bidder, on the premises known as the II. H. Martin farm, about iYA miles from Williamstown village on the road to Brookfield, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 at ' o'clock o'clock in the forenoon, sharp, the following real estate and per sonal property: REAL ESTATE consists of 336 acres of land, suitably divided, most of the tillage in a high state of cultivation; excellent pastures, well watered. There are two sets of buildings; main set consists of a large 2-story house, and barn 115 ft. long, w ith basement; can tie about 70 head; tool house and granary. The other set of buildings with some few repairs would be very good and suitable for hired help; it consists of a low posted 8-room house; the barn is very good, about 80x40 ft., and has basement under whole. This im mrtnev.makinfr farm, within easy driving distance of Barre City, only a short drive to creamery, raiiroaa station, stores, churches, etc. 82 HEAD OF STOCK 74 Sheep and Lambs, 4 Horses, 17 Reg istered Durhama 8 from 5 to R years old; 1 18-months-old Durham bull, 2 2-year-old heifers, a yearling neiiers, : calves ; the above are all pure bred ; 1 a. four-old registered Jersey bull, 34 grade -Jersey cows, some fresh and oth ers to freshen in eariy winter; o i pir old Jersey heifers; 14 yearling heifers, 6 calves, 1 yoke Durham oxen, 4 years old, weight about 3,200 ; 4 Durham steers, 40 Shropshire sheep and 34 lambs. HORSES One pair Gray Draft Horses weighing about 3.400 lbs., 8 and 9 years old, one of the best teams in this part of Ver-j mont; I Morgan Mare, an extra good one; 1 4-year-old Colt; 14 pigs; 50 to 60 hens ard chickens. TOOLS AND MACHINERY Twenti eth Century manure spread-r, mowing machine, 2 horse rakes, wheel harrow, smoothing harrow, spring-tooth harrows, plows, cultivators, corn planter, ox cart, 2 farm wagons, horsepower, silage cut ter, cream separator with gasoline engine power, several wagons, eleds, sleighs, upeed cart, exprees wsgons, horse hay fork, pair driving harnesses, set work harness., single harnesses, grindstone. rwt setters, wheelbarrow, a lot of small tools, including hoes, forks, chains. ; bars, eveners, whiffletrees, etc., too nu- j merous to mention. CROPS in lude about 75 tons f extra , : food Hay; a quantity of s;lfe corn.j: potato and barley. , This is undoubtedly the target auo-jj lion which will take place this ean. j The stock is mwh better than the aer-t! S2. i prartk-allr all the trwl are rood. Make your plans to b pri-v-nt. Kernemtw-t. the place and dste. F.ndaT. Septea-.her 25. 1514, at o'rk in the forenoet! Term. rak. Lutxfc at foo. r. C. H0WLA5D, Eremtw. It. A. FtSBT. ABCtiaaeet, Barra, Vu THE HARRE DAILY TIMES, KNOW WHAT YOU PUT IN YOUR MOUTH Millions of peopla. who are othertrlis very earetul ol what enters tha mouth, know nothing ot what U contained In tha preparation which cleans their teeth. No matter how tpod It my tate, you ought to know, to be sure It Is benefi cial. The Ingredients are plainly printed on every boa which contalus 0RA-I1YGEII DENTAL CREAM "Tht Kin J That Save Tfth" and It you take one to your Dentist he will assure you that It contains everything that Is good and nothing that Is harmful. It Is strongly germicidal and antiseptic and preventsdleegernifrom entering the system thro' the mouth. Prevents decay. FolUhes teem to their natural wimeness. iwerpe uiu -'-"-and tilling bright. Heals and hardens sore ana bleeding gurni. nu a unneiuu. -ens the breath. Cannot harden In or out o tuba. . ' . . .i i. u ii.. it nf ..ri of re. aearchbyapractlclng Dentist, tostsnomore than triers at your uruug""' - ORA-HYGEN COMPANY. Poriland.Me AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE and PERSONAL PROPERTY The undersigned will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on the premises known as the trtianrt rarra, in vt. Rprlin. Vt.. 1 mile from tb station and village, on the Northfield road, on Saturday, September 26 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, the fol lowing real estate and personal property REAL ESTATE consists of 135 acres or more, about 30 nniii rt mm'lil ne-mowed fields: SOU is very productive; 50 to 60 acres of hoav v timbered WOOCliana; prounui Anmifrh tn nu If for the farm twice: ba ance excellent pasture. Will keep 20 cows in winter ana pasture m-anj u Mo hi nnmher: excellent sorine water supplies the buildings and good cement reservoirs have Deen ouut at great, ci pense. . Plenty of water in pastures Rnildinir are nracticallv all new withil 8 years; 8-room house, with modern plumbing, bath, hardwood floors, 2 toi lets, set tubs, etc. Wide porch across front and on side; beautiful view; barn is strictly modern, warm and well venti latodr nain barn is 65x40 feet, with wing 36x30 feet; large hennery, nog house, icehouse, sheds tor tools anu moo m nroamurv hiiilflinc with built-in re " " ... w. ...... . r . frigerator and good basement; hot and cold water in the creamery, enamel smss, itili K..U 1 nt.. and room suitable for sleepingroom for help above. These farm buildings have cost the owner over 000.00 and the property would not be offered for sale were it not necessary to make a change. ThiB is the chanee of a lifetime to buy a good farm with nearly new modern buildings. Plenty of wood and lumber enough to pay for it, at your own price. 11 HEAD OF STOCK 10 head of orade cattle. 3 milk ;,r onuia 1 heifer and calf. 3 vearlinss and 3 heifer calves, 1 3-year-old bull, bred in the purple, tox uoroa s r.mineni,, Vn 100017. aire Eminent 6th (son of the $10,000.00 imported bull, Eminent 2d) ; dam Fox Lordas, .no. s:ui.i;, cow in r.iiiitr nf merit, with record of more than 14,363 pounds of mitK, yieiaing ,o than too iha nt miner in .m. unv. authenticated test. This bull is a fine individual, great sire, and will be a valuable head to any herd, ttreai oppor tunity to get one of the best Jersey blood ; 9 head of pure bred Holstein heif ers; an extra good pure bred bull; these are all extra tine stock and Deiong to a family with big records. 4 HORSES including Winnetta, born May, 1913, a bav fillv out of the (Treat mare Allinetta, . v . . - . . i.i i c: A u sired DV tlie weil-Known norae, on nu- bott; this filly is a great promise and will doubtless be heard from if she falls into the rimht hands. One chestnut driving horse, 4 or 5 years old, a good traveler; I yearling filly, out of Allinet ta, sired by Kir Abbott, a very promis ing colt, dam is a famous mare; 1 pair work horses, good workers and all right; 1 extra good brood sow. FARMING TOOLS AND MACHIN ERY, including Deering mowing machine, hay tedder, horse rake, spring tooth harrow, soike tooth harrow, 2 milk cans, hay cutter, large 2-horse traverse sleik, pair double work harnesses, single driv ing harness, 18-bottle Rabcoik tester, 60 ft. steel gutter, an amount of tiling, 2 broodrs, covered buggy, express wag on, double sleigh, single sleigh. Also, a LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FUR NITURE, including set of oak dining room furniture, white iron bed, mat tresses, bureaus, chairs, tables, etc., and many other articles too numerous to mention. Lunch at noon. Terms at time of sale. Everything sold without re serve or limit snd only for the reason above given. Remember the date and place, September 26, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon MRS. FANNY D. ERHARDT, Owner, West Berlin, Vt. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, BarTe, Vt. Th D. A. Perry Real EstaU Agency, Agents. DR. A. C. FOSTER DENTIST h oretied ofTW in Howland buiMinsr. Room 1. Call and h rour tens examined. To hare rood hlth, you munt have aood th. All work don without pain. rkM 171 Entae A-intit Cadillac Truck 1910 Model Two bodies. In flrt-el rendi tion. Low price to close out. Inquire at Cutlera Grar. H. F. CUTLER, n Overland A pent h ! KOITH BAIN ARECT. "ARKS 3 BARRE, ; VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ESTATE OF ZACCABIA MACCHI State of Vermont, DUtrict of Waahlnston. ss. Tha Honorable Probata Court for tha District A forma id: To tha heirs and' all irraona InUiraatad In tha estate ot Karraria Mnccht, late of tha rity of Hurra, In said dUtriot, dtceaaad, i.Ktti ISC. WHEREASi' application hath boen mada to thia court in writing-, by tha executrix, pray Ins for Ifcanae and authority to aall all of real aatate of said deceaatd, to wit: Situated in tjia city of Barra in said dintrlct, repreaent ing to said court that it would ba beneficial th. k.in and all persona interested In the aatate ot aald daceaaed, to aall said real estate and convert tha name into money. An hrinffins Into court the conent and approbation in writln. of all the heirs to aid entate residlnc in inia anq aeiiina forth the ituation Qf the real eauie. WHEKEUPON, the' eaid court appointed r,H ...irnnl the i h day of October, 1814, at the probate ortlce In Mwtpelier. In aald dUtrirt, to hear and decide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to all pernona intereated therein, by publlahlns said order, together with the time and -place of hearina, three weeks ueeeulvely in the Barre Uaiiy limes, a neweparer which circulates in the neigh borhood of those peraona Intereated In said estate, all of which publications shall be pre viral to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and plane assigned, then and there in said court to make your objections to the granting of urh license, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, tn said district, this 22d dny of September, 1S14. KRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Sept. 2S-80 Oct. 7 . ESTATE OF ARTHUR E. COVELL State of Vermont. District of Washington, s The Honorable Probate Court for the Pistrlct Aforesaid: To the hairs-and' all persons interested tn the estate of Arthur K. Covell, late of Rox- burv. in said district deceased, GREETING: WHEREAS, application hath been mada to thia court in writing, Dy tne uministracnx. praying for license and authority to aell all of real estate of said deceased, to wit: Mill and 126 acres more or less of land In Rox- burv. 144 acrea In Waitsfleld. 180 acres in Warren. 125 acrea more or lesa and cottage and mill in Berlin, house and lot and vacant lot in Barre City, and lota In Montpelier, in said district, and certain land In Uroton, eoun ty of Caledonia and state of Vermont, repre senting to said court that it would be benenetai to the heirs and all persona interested in the estate of said deceased, to aell aaid real estate and convert the same into money. And bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs to said estate residing in this state, and setting forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the ISth day of October, 1914. at the probate office in Montpelier. in said district, to hear and decide upon said application and Mtition. and ordered public notice, thereof to be given to all persons interested therein, by publishing said order, together -with the time and place of hearing, three weeks successively in th Barre Dailr Times, a newspaper which circulates in the neighborhood of those persons interested In said estate, all of whwh publi cations shall be previous to the day assigned lor hearing. THEREFORE, tou ara hereby notified to appear before aaid court, at the time and place assigned, then and mere in said twin to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cauae. Given under my hand at ontpeller. in aald district, this 22d day of September. 1914. FRANK i. MARTIN, Judge. Sept 28-30 Oct 7 BUSINESS CARDS DR. A. C. FREEMAN High St., Plainfield, Vt. OFFICE HOURS : 7 :80 to 9 A. M. ; 1 :80 to S, and 7 to 8 P. M. Orange County and New England Telephone Connections ARCHIE L. GOODRICH PIANOFORTE TUNER PLAYER PIANOS A SPECIALTY Formerly with Chickering Sons, Boston Now with Bailey's Music Rooms. Barre Thone IZ-W CECIL G. EGG Musical Director Christ Church. Montpelier: Graduate College of Music. Montreal ; Member National Assa. of Organists ; Teacher of Piano, Organ, Voice, Harmony Special Terms to Barre Pupils Lessons given in Barre or Montpelier Address 11 Laomis St, M.ntp.ll.r; Tel. 444-1 EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Pupil of the Famous Sevclk, Vienna Royal High School, and Marteau. Berlin High School TERMS 11.00 PER LESSON Also leader of the Barre Opera House and MOmpener miliary nnnu urrnesiras li NELSON STREET PHONE 422-11 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC TELEPHONE 342-21 BARRE, VT. MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING, PRESS ING AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 122 North Main Street Barre. Vermont We Clean and Press Suits Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for 73c Pressing, 50c LAMOREY'S DR. G. L. T. nAYES Medical and Surgical Diseases Peculiar to Women Owes Hears 1 4 P. M. Taasextv, Tharedar tarda' Ala by AasMtatasea 14 and 18 Blaaefcari Beflalng TeL 18 DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOrATMIU ritlMCIAIX tXKc la Ream Ji. Kilaa Bulldiaj Ornae kH". A at tell M sea t It te 4 f. at. Meaxxae, Twasaay. Thursday and Friday. Talapboa CvnaactJoa M. J. WHTTCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calla anawer4 promptly day or night. km op-to-daU A an am I a nee, ta connection. EAST BASSE, TL Telfphona a-( WILLIAMSIOWN, Tt. Telephone 8i- jewelry" i I n -i vnri . . I ! nen ikju wani a piece oi : laweAww f.-ins f T aaa i I Aril" anlonrlifl !enlaw I j 0. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Time will publish Wanta. Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let, ate. abort adver tisemente at the rata of four lines for twenty flv cents for the first insertion and fiva cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR 8ALE Or would exchange for farm, good, warm 8-room house with 7 large building lota. Apply any time after 4 p. m. Merchant street, Barre. lli"8 COTTAGE HOUSE FOR SALE 'A new S-room cottage, Just completed; hardwood floors, cement cellar, back plastered, bath and pantry: situated on tha comer of .Maple avenue and Brook etreeta ; hot and cold water connections s wired for electric lights. Inquire at 10 Brook atreetl Thoma Stacy. Htt SMITn & DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENTS Offer Some Newly Listed Fall Bargains in Farms and City Property NO. 21 For aale: 8 miles from Barre City, 160 acrea of land; 85 to 40 In tillage. t' pasture and woodland: large lot of hard wood, sugar orchard 400 tree, good fruit orchard; fields lay well and are smooth : farm will keep 20 cows and team: large basement barn, jo stanchions, horsebarn and ehiekenhouse: good farmhouse of 8 rooms: buildings all In fair .ji.i . ....... . , hM,a and bam: R. F. U. and telephone lineal near the Barre mar kets, best ot sou, ana a oi ihku the money, only 84.0UO. NO. 217 For sale: nice place In Calais, Vt., 8 mile from East Calais. 8 miles from Marsh field and the railroad; contains 108 acrea of ... , : i i on n ui ttllatre- balance nne luring w - divided Into pasture and woodland ; estimated to he 400 M. OI spruce, large amuum wood; sugar orchard of Mj trees, newly i i. ..in 19 tn 111 pnwi and equipped ; inn i. " - - team ; 2 barns and horsebarn ; 20 stanchions ; silo and ehiekenhouse; good neat house of 8 rooms, aside from halls ana pantry ; evcr, . i. : .. ( .).,-. w.tar at house and bam ; 8 nice cows, $00 team of horses, $150 driving horse, good z-year-oia con, o .n-, all sugar tools, farm tools and crops : the fruit orchard on this farm consists of 10 bearing apple trees, of about every kind: a i a - a . nMl. mot strawberry. rasD- berry and blackberry plants and bushes: this is a pretty slick, profitable proposition, and the price is ngnt NO. 218 For sale: 488 acres of timber and . i . . i.7 Im ttmhr. Mtimated pasture wnu. . ' ' . i . . .Art ,n awm M nf anft wood and to am 1 1 "tii . a " .. " ' , almost an unlimited amount of hard wood : this land is in different tracts, out an adjoin ing, so that It can be eold all in a lump or divided, and is within from lj to 8 miles of the railroad: grand chance to set a portable mill, aa there are several lots near this one .v... ,m in all rirht : write or see ,.. fr further, narticulars. ISOtf vno catv a nir 92-afr farm, house and harn. IS miles from Barre. ISOtf rnD su p- wi-sre farm, house and bam, It; miles from Barre City; fine chance for fruit tn.rrft.nina- and chickens. ISOtf rnp RAT F. 7-arra farm, nearly new cot tage .house and barn ; 1 mil from Barre City. POP SALE Cottace house and barn and S acres of land, on Trow iitll ; 1 mile irom Barre City. .- r o i t r s..,... Un... . .n,t kurn anil r y T : , j v,,v - " - a - with tntw nt fniit trees, on Trow hill, 1 mile from Barre City. 160tf VA9 fiATF. Tttjiea house and barn and 2 acres of land on West hill, l'i miles fmm Barre City. lti FOR SALE Nearly new 7-room cottage. modern in every way; 6 minutes' walk from City Hall, Barre City: owners are making big reduction In price, as they are leaving tha ete.te- mf FOR SALE Good 2-tenement house, on'y 5 minutes' walk from postofflce in Barre City: offered at a sacrifice. l0tf PrL-m are low on all of these properties. aa in almost every case the owners, for one reason or another, are anxious to sell, we have a large list for you to select from. Auction sale promptly advertised and at tended to. ISO" .itk av rtsahner. Real Estate Agents Rooms 8-8-10. Howland-Cave Bid.. Barre Ctty, Vt Telephone connection, aii lines. THERE IS MONEY TO BE MADE ON THESE! NO. 831 A delightfully situated farm of 1 acrea, 1 mile from village : fine 2-story I2.mrm house, built at a time when builders took time to construct well : sets back from the road with a An lawn and shade trees; good comfortable barns, and the farm has carried 20 cows and team; running water at buildings : cream gathered, mail delivered, etc. The nelds Isy well and are very productive: nUnt-v of wood and sugar orchard; quantity of fruit Owing to the death of the owner, thia property, including personal property, is offered for only 86,000.00. Personal property ennaista of: 8 cows, farming tools, 1 no rue. hav. and 4 or 8 acres of corn : located 8 miles from railroad, within driving distance of Barre City, on an excellent road, and nas An surroundings. Let us show you the photo of buildings. , Utf NO. 822 One of the best producing farma in Williamstown. a little less than t mil out: contains 138 acres: 35 to 40 acres in nice laying tillage, all machine worked. 1 he land ia good, deep loam and well adapted for all kinds of crops. One of the best sugar or chards in town, estimated to be at least 1,000 trees : there is wood enough within short haul Ing distance of Graniteville to pay for the farm : extra good trull orrnaro ; tne jarm will carry 26 to 80 bead ; cute a large amount of extra good hay; 11 -room house, in good shape; 2 toek barns and horse barn; good stables. The soil on this farm ia extra gtwd and the present owner has done an extensive garden business and he haa a good line of customers. If purchaser cared to continue tha business, would have a trade all ready. Price with sugsr tools and dairy tools is only 14. 600.00. Stork would be sold at reasonable prices. NO. 850 Farm, stock, tools and crops all go with this 140-acre farm, situated in that part of Williamstown known as Baptait street : it is one of thoae productive farms with land which responds readily to a little fertilixer: nlontv of wood and soma lumber ; only about 8 mllea u uraniieviue marsets ana min. u Williamstown: the barn ia 35x70 ft and has basement : good comfortable 7-room Douse ; near bush of 460 maples, and some fruit. This is a money maker for anyone with some muscle and an inclination ta work. 1'nce for all. 84.410.00. Miottt consider an ex change for other property in town or city. There ia more than 81,000.00 worth of per sonal property, Including stork, tools, crop, etc., at low price. 15tf NO. K27 80 acres. 81.060.00 1 might ex change for small farm near Barre; farm will keep 8 cows and team, and la a very good Of,f.man proposition intre rv s ntnaiMv. tn, occupied try owner and the other could be rented: both are comfortable : barn is 65xtn, n tie 10 cows; silo; ' mile Irom creamery. 1 miles from village; an excellent value at the pnee. 159tf NO 815 East Montpelier farm containing 88 acres; H mile from school, churches, stores, ssw-mill. etc.: will keep 12 cows and Is a ml one-man farm: within easy range of one of the bent creameries in Vermont : 8-room house and Z eomtortahie name : pnee tor toe farm a only 52.500.00 and will sell personal property 'or lees than actual value with the farm. 15tf vrtrtrh LOT near Mortneiier : will sell ttumpege with 8 years to remove- lemf j unt-cir aritli eoo4 knt on upper South Main ! - - - - r!!nt surrmindi.ff a line borne:! house contains 8 ronoa. porch. evol shade, krnhmri, ard a a good buy at 82.3o4.o0. I5if wfa new been closing a large aawber of trae recently, but were never tn better share ta show ran bargains ia farms or city prwo erty than aarw. Vie have alee some eery ' m fw r Iocs. Aa e-nwtWwt tim to h1. WTv aat get arrtled aa assaa tMag arret eaM weather I Id w show yaa Oar narnea wark increarma. bat we raa erne ana well and at inwviiiie rates ia tea capacity. Taik H aver with aa. IStf TBI IV A- riMT REAL ESTATE AC.CT UasM 8 sad 8 BrrhaKan Ivan, eterr. TW 23, 10U. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Or will exchange for a farm, a good 7-room house with good barn and garden: good location. Address box vb, NorUifield. Vt FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for good renting property: farms that will keep from 15 to 60 eows. J. B. Stewart. North field, Vt 13U6 REAL E8TATE FOR SALE-Free list. N. J. Potwin, South Royalton, Vt 14910 FOR SALE OR RKNT Granite shed n Hardwick : overhead derrick and modern In every way. Inquire of L. A. B001-,"": wick. 180t88 FOR SALE OR RENT House on Frank in street eontalnlng 8 rooms, large hall upstairs and down, bath-room, laundry-room, pantry and downstairs toilet room : Inside flnih and floors all hard wood: furnace heat, electric llghte, gas, hoi and cold water; rent, M6.00. Also lnfitf FOR SALE OR RENT House on Enst street extension, containing 8 rooms, bath room, pantry, halls, outside sleeping porch, electric lights, gas. furnace heat hot and eold water; rent, 820.00. ISCtf Telephone 814-2 H. A. PHELPS CO. HELP , WANTED WANTED A girl to do general housework. Apply to Mn. Pitkin, 17 French street il62tf GOVERNMENT POSITIONS ara easy to get My free booklet Y 696 tells how. Write to-day now. Earl Hopkins, Washington, D. C. WANTED An experienced livery man. Papin Bros. Livery. "t3 " PARTNERS WANTED To enter quarrying and cutting business at quarry ; good prop osition : small capital necessary ; blacksmith and one or two stonecutters preferred. jBmes Geake, 7 Beckley court Barre. I0t6 WANTED A few mora reliable men to learn to repair and drive autos and prepare to fill vacancies at good salaries ; write for .ruwial Sar Maine Allt f'omi)nV. 779 For- est avenue. Portland. Me. I0tl2 AGRRESSIVE SALESMAN wanted to per manently represent us In Barre and surround' ing territory ; man with wide acquanitance among business men preferred; excellent open ing for live man : very liberal commissions ; also man in St Johnsbury. Apply in person WeHnesdsy Bight. September 28 (note date), or Thursday before 4 to Mr. Ricker, Pavilion Hotel. Montpelier. Vt 16t WANTED A man with team to take orders snd deliver a well-advertised farm necessity; rood dst and ateadv lob for right man. In ouire at 38 Merchant street 167t6 WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosier to friends, neighbors and general wearer ; 70 per cent, profit; make 810 dally: experience unneces sary. , International Mills. West Philadelphia. Pa. 187t86 PUPIL NURSES Male and female, wanted at the Taunton State Hospital Training School for Nurses. For partlcuisrs, address Dr. Ar thur V. Gois. Supt, Taunton State Hospital. Taunton, Mass. WANTED WANTED A middle-aged lady wants a po sition as housekeeper; can furnish the best of references. Apply to Mrs. W. B. Wells, Northfleld. Vt l2t6 WANTED Red. Plymouth, and Wyandotte pallets i also driving horse. C. Paine. Bethel Vt l2t6' WANTED Live and dressed poultry and fresh eggs ; good prices paid for good prod ucta J try us with your -next lot Sheridan Bros.. Williamstown. Vt 160t6 WANTED Position as foreman in granite shed: 10 years' experience in building and monumental work ; can also estimate on gran ite works. Address "Foreman,- F. O. box 197, Barre. Vt 160tS WANTED Position as cook or housekeeper by woman or experience. Address P. O. box 97, Graniteville. Vt. ; or telephone 8-2. I60t3 POSITION WANTED A young man desires position aa drug clerk : experience : beet of references. Address Drug Clerk, care Times. 154tl5 WANTED By an experienced man. a Job caring for cattle, poultry or sheep : a good milker. A. J. Welch, Marshfleld, Vt, R. F. D. No. 1. 153U2 DRESSMAKER will go out by the dsy or will take sewing home. Telephone 168-W. 86tf WANTED Cows and calves bought and ex changed. Beckley A Mclntyre, telephon. SM-82. f WANTED Deed hones and cattle to take away In Barre. East Barre. WilliamKtown and Montpelier. TeL 886-W. Barre, Vt F. K. Bailey. 4StlK TO RENT TO RENT- Furnished rooms for light house keeping. Apply at 48 Franklin street 16213 TO RENT Six-room downstairs tenement at 9 Short street Inquire of C. L. Converse. 22 Church street 161tf TENEMENT TO RENTUpstairs : every convenience. Apply Forsyth, Brook street. 16U6 TO RENT A 8-room tenement In excellent location ; downstairs : no children. Inquire at 20 Tremont atreet between 4 and 8 o'clock in afternoon. ISOtf TO RLNT Eight-room house and barn at South Barre. Inquire of W. Greig. janitor at tha Howland block. 15916 TO RENT A suite of rooms, just right for light housekeeping. Inquire at 6 Hooker avenue. 168tf ROOMS TO RENT - Two furnished rooms at 80 Eastern avenue, 'Phone 342-18. lWt6 TO RENT Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping, witii all modern conveniences: at 72 Franklin street ; telephone 75-W. 168t TO RENT Furnished rooms with all mod ern conveniences at 81 Keith avenue. 157tf TENEMENT TO RENT Sept. 16: first floor 1 all modem improvementa. E. L. Dens more. corner Brook and Pleasant streets. 149tf TO RENT Furnished room at 47 Beacon street I47tt ri'nvicHirri pmu to RKNT All mod em conveniences. 17 Wellington street; Mrs. MrCaskilL "7tf TO RENT EiehUroom house: hath. 1 acre land, barn room: rent 312 00. Call after 8j m. 'phone 392-14 ; W. G. Cummtngs, I row ilL I28tf OFTtca; ROOMS. TO RENT la Aldrtrh blork - all eonvmiencea. Apply ta either af trmteea. Jofaa Trow, N. D. phelpa ar Alex Gordca 3tf 4ww4w4ww4www4w Auction Sale at the City Auction Market! SATURDAY, 2 AND 7 P. M. j Watch for list later. j Private sale every day through the week. Bring: in your coal and wood heaters and have them sold early. Now is the time, j 0. H. HALE, tts 444V FOR SALE HOUSES FOR BALE Both work or driving horses; young and sound. M. E. Briggs, Marahfield, Vt ; Molly Falls telephone. ItWP FOR SALE An acre and a half of field corn for sale, standing. Inquire of W. L. Davis. R. F. D. 2, Barre; tel. 888-18. I2t8 AIR COMPRESSORS We ara specialising on second-hand air compressors, steam and power driven, all makes and sixes, guaranteed condition. Send us your inquiries. Geo. 8. Githens, 200 Congress street, Boston. FOR SALE Four-weeks-old pigs; extra nice. H. P. Hinman, R. F. D. No. 1, Barre: N. E. and Orange County telephones. lOOtf FOR SALE One bay mare aged 10 years, weight about 1.000 lbs. : good driver and worker; safe for a woman to drive; also buggy wagon harness and blanket; will' sell sll together or separate at a low price. F. P. Tebbetts, Cabot, Vt lltll IOR SALE New double- work harness, or would exchange toward horse, steers, or cow soon to freshen. ' Address "Harness," Times office. Ilt4 FOR SALE Ripe cucumbers, green toma toes, onions and all kinds of vegetables ; deliv ered in any quantity. E. E. Perry, tel. 888-W. : . i ; i . ,- . leotf FOR SALE Factory to you: a 82.00 toilet set for 9Kc ; brush, comb and mirror, ebony finish, silver mounted; or pair of ebony-finish military brushes at 49c ; cash or money order. The Archery Company, Glens Falls, N. Y. 167t28 PRIVATE SALE-Househflld goods. 88 Washington street, 157t4 FOR SALE 20 White Wyandotte bens, all laying. 84 Hill street 157t6 FOR SALE 100 pigs at $3 each, as fast aa they become t weeks old. N. E. 'phone, 848-4 Montpelier; also Orange County 'phone. W. H. Martin, Plainfield. Vt 166tl2 FOR SALE Apples, by peck, bushel or barrel ; also maple sugar. W. F. Shepard. 147tf PULVERIZED SLATE STONE FOR 8ALE 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. 145tf FOR SALE 1 bay horse, weight about 1,400 lbs. ; also 1 80-h. p. gasoline engine in rood condition. V. A. Bates, Williams town, Vt. 141tf FOR SALE Blsck Diamond Rubber Roof Paint, by the gallon, Uunrel or carload. It is water, weather, fire and sun proof : weighs 800 pounds to the barrel. I am ready to paint or repair your roofs. E. L. Densmore. Gen eral Agent 1 Pleasant street 188tf FOR SALE E. M. F. 80 touring car In perfect condition : thoroughly overhauled and repainted. Apply at Capital Garage Co.. Court street, Montpelier. Vt 72tf LOOSE HAY FOR SALft Inquire of Will S. Page, 61 South Main street 84tf 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. we will exchange. COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephones MISCELLANEOUS MADAME FLORENCE Clairvoyant and palmist: Arcade block, front room; entrance on Pearl street. Every Saturday hours, from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. 160t RUGS Beautiful, serviceable. reversible, from your old carpets; wa par freight te fac tory : circular free. Box 892, Manchester, N. H. 167t6 TIIE CIRCULATION gain of The American Stone Trade from May 15 to Sept 15 was 860. the total circulation Sept 16, over 8.200. Hate r ... .t : il J 1. A- wnml o . a . i ft cation headings. Employment Wanted, Busi ness upportunities. jnacninery ror oaie, em ployes Wanted ; forms clone for October issue Sept 26. Eastern Office. 102 No. Main street. Barre. Vt I34tll NOTICE This is to eive notice that I have with drawn as bondsman for Jonathan Kin. NORMAN MACLEAY. Graniteville, Vt, Sept. 18, 1914. ISOtS' A HARD COLD due to a sudden change in the weather, exposure or any cause, if neglected may lead to serioua lum? troubles. Keep Downs' Elixir in the medicine cupboard and take before the cold develops into pneumonia, or consumption become seated. Sold everywhere. Advt DOMESTIC NURSING A good, Respectable, middle-aged Amer ican woman with eight years' experi ence and best of references wishea posi tion as domestic nurse. Apply at 9Vi Mount street, Barre. AUTO LIVERY CALL 434-3 FOR PRICES ON AUTOMOBILE TRIPS. LONG OR SHORT Alta Reasonable Prices te the Fairs E. E. NYE 119 Fiospect Street Barre, Vermont Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. J. W. DILLON 8 and 4 Belatar Black Barra, Tt Montpelier & Wells River Railroad EFFECTIVE JUNE 3. 11 TRAILS LEAVE BARRE: 7.15 a.m. r'y. xapt Sunday, for Wells River and inter mediate station. 12.23 D.m. rfci'y. except Sunday, for Weill River an4 inte d.ate stations ;haa through parlor car for Boston, arriving at 8:25 p. m. 2.15 P.m. ,K,i'.T' '"T4 Sunday, for tui suvar ataa Bird: ate stations, 9.30 o-m. 1"i'.r inT Wrf5' RiTW and intcrm5 ate station. Haa through Pullman nieepinif car for Boston, arriving at 7:34 a. tn.