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THE UAimE DAILY TIMES, UAKHE, VT.. SATURDAY, NOVUM II HK 7, 1914.'
r ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS Or INTEREST FROM DIFFERKN SECTIONS The n in thfl Day district wlmol in (Sharon, timilit by Mia. Alarion Ixml, have olri'udv dpatroyi'tl l.fiJi'i wciih of the tout cHtoriillar thia full. Harold Cade l'uving dvattroyed nearly WO webs 1""'- The hitfh wind of Wciliifmluy after noon proved quite a jokealer in Middle bury, iilthough this victim. Mm. C'liHaiua HoHley of that iditoi', jirobably failed to Hue tile funny side of the ineident. She was on the street wearing hat just pur chased, when it wan blown from her bead, into the river and then floated 'down the raceway to ono of the mills below the fall. Nuedleas to say, Mrs. BoHley will not wear it again. . The will of Mrs. Uuth S. Loriiner, a Christian Science teacher, formerly of Wontpelier, who died on October 8 in a tail troin Her apartment on me nimn floor of 4J0 Riverside Drive, New York, has been filed in the surrogate's court in New York. Mrs. Iorimer left an estate valued at about .$2,0(10. She divided her estate among her mother, Mrs. Phylura Standish of ' Montpelier, her aunt, Mrs. Alice L. Putnam of St. Johnsbury, and her husband, Jules O. Lorimer. DIDN'T SHOW HUNTER'S LICENSE. And Wai Fned $29 for Refusing Gamt Warden'! Request. Kutland, Nov. 7. Leon Potter wan or iented yesterduy on complaint of County tiaine W'uiden F. W. ilaywuid of this city and wus arranged before City Judge F. (i. Swinnerton in the afternoon on the charge of failing to exhibit his Vermont hunting license to an ollicer when r- queated to do so. The oflicer in question was Deputy Warden Julian T. Shippey of Shrews bury, who last Tuesday enmo upon Pot ter while the latter whs hunting and asked to sec the gunner's license. The request was refused although Mr. Potter elated yesterday that he had his license with him at the time. The statutes say that a hunter slmll show his license on demand to any ollicer or to the owner of the land on which he is hunting. Potter pleaded not guilty and was fined $23 without costs. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by lcal aiM'll.-ntlona, si tu runnot rcn th dlaeaaed purtlun of th far. Tb-r la unljt una way to euro Urafnca, and that la by coualltiitli.u. al remedies. Uesfiieas la caused by an lutlaiurtl romlltlvu al the luucuua lining of th Kuataelilan Tuba. When tills tub la lutlaiiird you ha I rumbling snuntl or Imperfect lieurlng, and wlisq It la entirely climed l).'a(u.aa la the result, and unless ttia Intlaannatloo i'au u imeii out anu fill tuba rtred to Ita normal .Hiiulltlon, hear liif will be denruycd forer tilna caaea out of (rn art rauaeu py tatarrn, which la minima vu an Inflamed condition of tha minima siirfai-ia. We will sit On Hundred IMIura fur anjr raaa of Ueani (rauima ny ciuerru; mai ranuui cured br Hall s latarrn i.ur. wim or cuvu lurs, free. CHENE 4 CO., Toledo, 0. Bold br Druggist. 75c. Take Haiti family Pills for constipation. Thn saw nnd grist mill in Post Mills, recently hired by Charles Maxham, were destroyed by fire the morning of Oct. .29, oon after work was started for the day. A number of houses were seriously ! threatened, but by hard work with the new chemical engine and willing hands the blaze was confined to the mills. ' They were owned by Mrs. Kimball of Nauvoo, 111., and had not been insured for years, although they cost over $10, 000. Jt is probable that they will not be rebuilt and their destruction means a great loss to the village of Post Mills. Failed to Make Good on Parole. a John Doyle of Brattleboro, who was sentenced to the state prison in Wind sor in October, 1900, for six to eight years for assault with intent to rape and who was released on parole in April, !U2, after serving only about two and one-half years of his sentence, was re turned to the prison Wednesday for breach of parole. He will now serve the rest of his original sentence. This action was taken after he had been given every chance to "make good." . When Doyle was released he went to work on the railroad as a brakeman, and until he had one shoulder smashed in an necident he worked steadily. Aft er that he fell into bad ways and con tinued from bad to worse, abusing his f:unily and frightening others. After he had ben warned and otherwise shown every consideration by the authorities the case was reported to Governor Flet cher and a warrant, was promptly re turned for his recommitment to state prison. j BELGIAN CONGO IN WANT. GETTING IN TOUCH WITH THE . CONSUMER. E. PARKER. How to Sell Surplus Products. Foodstuffs Needed Immediately, States American Consul. Washington, Nov. 7. Governor Gen eral Fuchs of the Belgian Congo has appealed to the Belgian consul in New ork to forward foodstuff immediately because of the scarcity of provisions there, according to a statement from American Vice Consul McHride of Boma in the daily consular and trade reports j esterday. Auction Sale OF PERSONAL PROPERTY As I am forced to sell my personal property on account of my lease expir ing with the death of the owner of the real estate on which I am now living, nnd on account of the fact that the es tate has given me only until November of this year to close out my personal projMTty, I have decided to nell at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder, on the premiHts known as the Dr. tarpenter farm at Mallets Bay. on TUESDAY, NOV. 10, 1914 at 10 o'clock in the the morning, the fol lowing described t'x k, tools and machinery: CTYTV IIP Iti HP QTCIPK ,ban rU'rtboIet. will the oltr OiAl 1 IiniVi; Ui aiULIV T)ort cht r,T, Tbe are not rlsi- SIX HORSES, 37 COWS, all pood ajc ble to the human eye. Tbey do not Ther are numerous ways of finding a market for the surplus vegetables, fruit, poultry, eggs, etc. Through pri vate customers in nearby towns; by putting up a neat sign-board stpting the kind of products for Bale and offer ing to supply people by parcel post or express, or by getting in touch with some reliable hotel. Some .r0 miles from one of our large eastern cities lives a business woman who owns five or six acrps of well-tilled land. A few years ago alio began turn ing over in her mind how to make her summer home pay for itself, and it so happened that a friend from town was visiting her just then and expressed ap preciation of the delightful fruits and vegetables, complaining that it would be practically impossible to find a farmer upon whom one could depend to send such things into town regularly, A bril liant idea! just the opportunity our business woman had been looking for. Send daily hampers to customers' in town, to be filled with flowers, fruits, vegetables, adding eggs and broilers when ordered! From such small begin nings developed a surprisingly prolitahle business, and now the express company carries a dozen or more of these hampers in daily. Where the Express Company Helfs. Another method of disposing of these surplus products is through the exuif-ss companies, who, for the sake) of the in creased traffic, are stimulating direot purchases from country producers, by the establishment of food-product de partments with branches in town nd country. So successful has been this new venture that one of the largest ex press companies is already having di'li culty in finding enough reliable produc ers to supply "A-l" stuff to the city consumer, lhe company s plan of work, so far, has been to organize buying clubs among the employes of large corpora tions. Over 200 of these clubs have hen formed in Xew York alone, and that the consumers are vuany intere-trea in tlie movement is shown bv the fact that in the month of June a single express com pany brought into Xew York from farm ers in different states 00,1)00 pounds of butter, eggs, ami meats, consigned di rectly to the consumer. The main point, then, is to have something worth sell ing, to pack it carefully, and label !t with the name of the farm, and the lo cal express agent will be found of great service in finding a consumer. Th" most successful disposer of product is th.; one who ships regularly and can thus be depended on. Selling through express companies is going to prove a very popular way of doing business. Aa yet, the idea is iu its infancy, and if the local office of the company on whose line the producer lives can't give any information on the subject, write to the main office of the company. Copyright, 1914, by E. R. Parkinson All rights mtmd Auction Sale I will sell at public auction on WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11 at 10 o'clock a. m. at my residence in Shady Rill, 6 miles from Montpelier, Vt., and 4 miles from Worcester Corner, SIXTEEN COWS good young grade Jerseys, some fresh, others will be soon, remainder in winter months. 10 NICE YEARLING HEIFERS a good lot; 1 registered Ayrshire bull, 14 months old; 1 full-blood Ayrshire bull, 4 months old; 7. spring calves, also 1 pung sleigh, 1 1-horse sled, 1 2-horse sled; good reasons for selling, lerms made known at time of sale. Lunch at noon. GEO. I. CUMMINGS, Owner. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. KSTATB OP IMILV M. AMET Tha undaraia-ned. having haan appointed fcf th rmnurawa nnsi n.un n.r Ilia diatrlct of Waahlna-tun, ("OMMIIMSIONKIIS, to raolva. axamine. and adjust ttia clalma nnd damamla of all poraena anuliiat tha ivtata of Kinily M. A mot, lata uf Uuincy, Maaa., dereaami, and all rlalina Dihibllml in utravt there in, hereby tflv ntrta-a thai we will mwt fr tha uiiai arnnaaiu, at room No. il. How. land block. In tha city of llarrv, in aaid dia. trirL on the lat duy or Uwemuor. IKU. an lat day of Msrrh, 1X14, next, from 10 o'clock a. m. until 6 o'clock p. m., on each of aald ditya, and that atx months from tha 14th day of October, A. P.. 1"I4. is tha lima limited by an id court ror am creoiiora lo preaent thoi clalma tit ua for exHinimitlon and allowance. putod at Hurra, VU, blia 16th day of October, A. U. 1U1. O. H. COU.AMKlt. It., H. JIOIH.ItON, tommiaaionera. Oct. 24-S1 Nov. STATE OK KEMX I'ltKSTIM Real estat owners now open your ayaa. Investigate, study and thus become wise. To the fact that Bishopric Wall Board is better than lath and plaster, saves 40 per cant, in construction, renders 100 per cent, in service. Any weather is good building weather when you use Bishopric Wall Board and Sheathing. Bishopric Roofing is self-protecting and requires no paint. -. It beats all other kinds of roofing that's made. And thoae who have tried It all aeem to airree. It drives everything elae away into the shade Of the elm or the old apple tree. Far Sale by J. T. CALLAGHAN, 360 No. Main Street Barre, Vermont State of Vermont. Dialrict of Wn.-hinirton. aa. lhe Honorublo rrouule lourt lur tlie JJutrict Aforittaid : To all peruana interested In the eatnte o fli Prmtini. Into of tha city ef Uurre. in aald district, dwviuied, CKKLTINU: WHEREAS, auld court haa aaxiirned the 12th day of November next for examining- and allowing the account of the adminialrator of the ektata of aaid dvccaaeo ana ror a decree of the residue of auld eatuaa to the awful claim anta of the ainu, and ordered that publin no tice thereor db given 10 aa peraona interested tn aaid eatata by publishing thia order three wecka aueceHiively prevtoua to the day a aignad, In the Barre Dally limes, a newapaoer publiahed at th city 01 llarra, in aald district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to anDoar at thu tiro bate office in Montiieher. in aaid diatrlct, on the day aaaigned, then and there to conteat the allowance of aaid uccount f yuu aee cauae. and to eatabiiah your riurht aa heira, legatees and lawful' claimants to aaid reaidue. Given under my hand, thia 23d day of Octo ber, iau. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Oct. 24-81 Nov. 7 LILLEY WAGON PLANT FOR SALE ULTRA VIOLET LIGHT RAYS. THE MANUFACTURING PLANT AND GOOD WILL OK THE LII.LEY WAGON COMPANY AT MORRISV1LLE. VT.. for aaie. The property con is u of about of an acre of land, within 1 minutea' walk of railroad atation ; main building. SbxSo tirat floor, aec- ond floor JI4x80, and over 160 foot ahed ator aee. Thia ia probably the beat equipped plant for wairon building and general repairing there ia in northern Vermont, being euuipiied wth eiecire power and ail un-to-dute wood working machinery, DuPont trip hammer, etc. The LUley Wagon haa been built for over 50 yiwre, and it haa a reputation aecond to none. "If it ia a Lilley Wagon, it ia a good one." To get thia reputation it haa taken yeara of hard work ana me outlay 01 thouaanria or dollara. Now, tiiere ai only one tviwon why thia prop erty ia for aale. I have been unable to do a day's work for nearly four montha and for the paat eix weeka have been flat on my hack In bd, and It will be many a long week be fore 1 can do any hard work, if ever. So it aeema adviaable to cioae up aome of my buai neaa affaire. Thia biiaineaa, which I have to offer, will probably never make anyone a mil lionaire; hut If one will take hold of thia proposition and attend to buaineea, advertme and keep the quality of your work at the top notch, they can have a good little buaineaa. one that will give them a good living and a little aomething beeulea. 1 have at the preaent time akilled men in every department. We can build not only th celebrated Lilley Farm and Lumber Wagona. but a hand-mad buggy, fully painted and upholstered ; aleo an Old Comfort Sleigh that haa to be aeen and ridden in to be apprvriate.1. We alao build mini apecial waguna u order. To anyone inter- eated In thla proiwrty. ahmild be glad to have them eome bene and lixvk things over, or I will write mom fuiiy aliout the nrotioaition. Lrntil auch time aa I may clme out the huaineaa. I will make apecial ducount to anyone who may want the finished atm k w now have on hand. which inrlud.a hand-made Buggiea and Lilley vt agon, from l'?-inrh axlea to : 'finch a ilea. Do You Wear Furs? Perhaps the reason you don't is because yours are ripped or shabby. Look over your fur garments and bring them to us. WE REPAIR FURS of all kinds for both ladies and gentlemen. You will be sur prised at the improvement ef fected by our expert repairs, and you will be just as astonished at our moderate prices. FOUR LINES FOR 25c Th Tlmea will publlah Want. Lost " Kound. Tor Rnla, To I.t. U.-h"'t adv.r-tlaam.nta- at th rat of four line twenty flv eenta for the rlrat inai-rtion and fiv eenta for each tubaeuuent Insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE OK TO KENT-An s-room houev in Wiiilaniaiown ; woolhed, barn, hen huu.o; electric light : rent, .l)U ier month. L. G. Pratt, Webalerville i tel. 108.1). laolf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 132 Acre., $2,800 llorM, Cswt, Cropt tad ToU 132 acrv in th beat farming town In the tat: ailaira muat be aettied Immediately, thvri'fnr pr. horaui, 7 rowa, 8 heifer, bull, hog, la.ultry, farm toula, machinery, cream a.-iiaruuir, waguna, harneaaw, hay, grain, veg-..i-l, i .11 l,w.h,,l..l I,, oulck buyer: 0 acre iu loamy tllluge; apring-fred puatur ft.r ih FOR SALE AIK OMI'KKHHOHS w. ar apwlalUlna on aecond-hand air romprenaora, ataam ana power driven, all maktw and auea. guarantied cnndltlon, Hend u your innulrlo. Geo. 8. Gllhuna, W (ongreaa itrwt, hue ton. GOOD FARMS GOOD FARMS With Stock, Crops and Tools SMITH & DASHNER WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING: liiiaifJ tw,ai n an b and lot of pulp and aoftwood tiinlwr to aell applea, plunu", and variety of aniall fruit ; gcaai eottag houae with plaiaa. piped wltti anrlng water, alao th barn, which tiea up in head,' near neighbor and achool i 2 mile to village, mall delivered! prir only IZ.HiHi, part c.iah, enay Urnt : rull neuiu ana irnvenng liiatriictkina to ae thia and an equipped fiirni of iHI) acrw with 60 acre tillage for only l.MH), n page z, '-Htrout opeciai raim I.iat," writ to-day for your free copy. A. HTUOUT FARM AGENCY. Station tTiV, !iHt WaahlngUin atroet, lioaton, Maaa. 201 1 1 F0R SALE All of my ral ut In Uie town of Plulnlleld, Including aeveral tene ment houaea and blackamith ahop; alao my a.ock of floor coveringa of varioua kinda, eteel and brua beda, mattnaaea and apringa, win. dow and room draperie, wallpaiwra, metallic ceiling and routing of varioua materiajr :-at bargain price. L. F. Fortney, I'lainfleld, Vt. lU8tl2 Kilt BALK -A gaaoline runnbout automo bile; in g, condition will aell cheap. In. gulr at 101 Maple avenue. Jlititf Hi It SALE Cannrica, fin ginger: alao Id' at dr; l.OOli cn. of wia.d I fnuil. ; at reimoimhl price i cull end h them atng, at 12 hinncy atreet, any week-day. Mr. Geo. L. C. Wheaton. Jtt4tf FOR SAI.E -tllaaa for windahlelda ; all aire "i ,'iTk,', K' Al LBn' 154 Liberty atreet, tel. 181-12. NO. 22S For Sale, one of the beat farm proptailtiuna in th atatu; 2u acrea uf hne Inying lund ; ho acrea ill tiluigA grand atate of cultivation, free from alone or ledge: aug ar orchard of 1.U00 treee, nicely equipped : fnlit nn-hxnl r 111 ipm tif aol'twood tllhber and more than S,u00 eorda of wood ; farm will keep 60 hoad of atock and teama ; large Daae- ment barn, clapboarded and paintea ; o aian- chiona, ailo, aiMtd 10rfx,m ahaiw. running water at houae ana nurn , , North Monlnt.iep d North Montpelier Cream fT" V ",""' 18 h""nV 3WI' fo.w';,L Co.: farm conalaU of 118 acre of land. am ia oi -tiuuerii inim " ; moro or ,uitbly divided into cultivate.! FOR SALE Oil TO RENT An Orange County telepohno or one ahare ( mile)! all In good repair. Geo. E. C. Wheaton, tel. 170-2, city. IMtf horn barn and chickeioua. : FOR SALE I offer my farm, altuated in ! houae, auililing. a i in u.c. ; . of Calttk. 1 mile from village of u!'.Mt-J-K!I.L.K8..,ON I'I'n-SHUIiG WOVEN Wllth ff.Ntt We have juat unloaded car or th almve and for the next two weeka will make the following low price for caah: 4S-ln. atoek fence, per rod, 26c: 86-lnch atoek fence, per rod, 20c J 30-in. atock fence, per rod, 20c ; 24-ln. alwk fence, per rod. 18c. Chaa. M, hiMiver & Co., Willianutown, Vt., Oct 26, 1914. Itl2tla FOR SALE-Reglatered O. I. C. pig, and shoate. Farnham Farm, Eaat Montilier. IDltf fOR RALE-One 1010 5-paaenger Cadlllae car; in firat-claai mechanical condition; with every extra. Inquire F. A. Millun, 14 Prospect atreet. Ilarr. 184tf including augar toola, dairy tools and every thing needed on a farm of thia alze. and an abundance of hay, atraw and other crope ; thia property ia nicely located, commanda a fine view of the aurrounding country, only X mite a good railroad town and 6 milea from Uurre City ; the porperty ia right, the price ia right ; let ua ahow you. 200tf NO, 224 For Sale, only 274 mile from good county aeut town, 160 acrea of good laying land, about 60 in tillage, bulance pas ture and woodland ; nelda machine mowed and very free from atone: 2 good fruit or chard ; aome aoftwood timber and a large lot of hard wood ; place will keep 20 cowa and team ; large basement barn nnd 3 eheda, B atanchuina, home barn, clnckenhouae, eilo and workshop , good it-room houae, painted nd blinded ; water at houae and barn ; 0 good cows, 6 head of young cattle, 4 horwea, t hoga, 40 turkeys, 160 hen and chicken ; all kinda of wagona, sleds, harnehaea, farm toob nd machinery, with 60 tona of hay and other cropa ; all for 64,600. A big bargain. ZOou and liaatnr lunrl dwI vnnriir orchfmi Dhd building and fencea in good repair: 600 sugar tree; will aell farm, atock, toola. and every thing to eutatfy any proapectlv customer: good and never-failing water at houae and barn. Aro P. Slayton, owner, North Mont-pelie-, Vt KIH24 FOR SAT.E-Lumber, dlmenalon IA special ty ; green wood, 62.60 delivered In city, for cash : wanted, men and teams to work tn wood. F. E. Downing, teL 208-4 Barre. or 2B.O Waahington. 191t6'tf NO. 225 For Sale: advanced years and poor health of owner ia the reaaon for sell ing thia 180-acre farm, atock, croi and tools ; 46 acres in tillage, 400 sugar trees, good grafted fruit orchard ; estimated to be rom 76 to 160 M. of aoftwood and large mount of hardwood: nearly ail machine mow- ng : farm will keep 16 cowa and team; 3 basement Larns, 21 stanchions ; chickenhouse and ailo; houae of 8 rooma. hall and pantry; buildinga in good condition ; water at houae and barn ; 10 cows, yoke of Bteera, 6 head of young cattle, 2 horse. 3 hogs, some poul try and a large lot of farm tool of every de scription ; all hay and straw, oat. Inula wheat 200 njsheis of potatoes; all for 94,200; hui property is located 4 mile to county- seat town and 6 miles to good railroad town : personal property and standing timber, and ood, will more than pay for all. 200tf NO. 226 For Sale, located on the electric ear line between Barre and Montpelier.r near ly new 2-tenement house wiui 6 rooms each nd bath; spring water, electric ilghta ; nat- ral wood finish, hardwood floor in lower part : good cellar; deep porch acroa front: 1 acr of land; barn 12x12; 6c fare cither way; very neat attractive deeirable home ; buy liv in one part and rent the other: a I btfrgain at 3,000. 200tf FOR SALE The W. F. Richardson real es tate. ltutd In ll.rr. ritv nnd Barre Town, consisting of houae on Hill street near Patter son street; double house on upper Hi" street; double hous on Summer street; double house on Mount atreet : double house on Elmore atreet ; and 2 double houses on Camp street barn deaigned for remodeling into house: out house easily converted into garage ; pasture land; wood lots 1 on upper part of home farm, 1 re-ar Wilson cemetery. 1 on E. Barre road: building lots on Harold street View; alao building lot on home farm. For further particular or information, apply J Edith M. Care HAm-r R.rra. Vt 1 "0R SALE On mare. 10 year old, weigh I.00; buggy, harneaa and aleigh. Inquire of Chaa. Zanleonl. . ngtf Pt'LVFRIZED SLATE STONE FOrt SALE In any nuantitv: the nmnor nrtlcU tnr u.lki drive or cellar bottom : delivered In any quantity, inquire or IM. M. Nelson. 20 Mer chant atreet I45tf FOR SALE E. M. F. 30 touring ear In perfect condition: thoroughly overhauled and repainted. Apply at Capital Garag Co.. Court street Montpelier, Vt 72t LOOSE HAY FOR SALE Inquire of Will S. Pg, 61 South Main atreet , 64tf FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for good renting property j farm that will keep from IS to 60 rowa: good location. J. f Stewart. North field. Vt 199t2 I. STEK0LCHICK Practical 4J Stat 'reet, FWrier Montpelier. We have 'moat anything you want in the real estate line; farm, timber tracts, town and city property, and are glad to ahow them; no expenae to you. Real eatate and peraonal property handled at public auction, and we guarantee the beat reeultj obtainable. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Free Hat N. J. Potwin, South Kcraltcn. Vt 149t60' FOR SALE OR RENT House on Franklin atreet containing S rooms, large hall upstair and down, hath-room, laundry-room, pantry and downstairs toilet room: inside finish and floor all hard wood: furnae heat, electric lltrht. traa. hot and cold water : rent. S24-00. Also. 13f FOR SATE OR EXCHANGE Two mall fnrma in Williamstown, and on farm In PlainfleM. l7tf FOR RENT Tenement on Branch street: tlO.Ou l9tf Telephone 114-1 H. A. PHEI.PS CO. II ELI' WANTED SMITH A DASHNER. Real Estate Agent. Rooma 6, 9, 10, Howland-Cav Illdg., Barr Uly, Vt Tel. Con. BUSINESS CARDS DR. A. C. FOSTER Dentist Howland Bid., Room 16 Phone 37t-W HOURS : 8 to 12; 1 to 5 Evening by Appointment How Man May Soma Day Eatract Hia Food From tha Air. Science- begins to dream of a day In which man 'will paSier tils food direct from tb air and dtmt It without much aid from tbe various ferments and Juice which are bow mainly in strumental la that work. Tbe chief agent In thla mlshtjr revo lution, according; to do Ie an author- THE LILLEY WAGON COMPANY MORRISVILI E. VT. A. N. CAMP, Owner and Proprietor AUCTION SALE and aiye (grade! and ture-lrrd Avr alure and Iiolt-tn. an eio pt imially well-. In teii lot, all in tine condition; a mimher of th-- rowa are tr fnaben thi fall and ttie balance in rnrj winter; l 2yer-oI(i heifer, to freahen this fait and early winter: IB aptinp calve, most ly MW and white fpradeai; herd head-d t.y a thonniirl.Iired aire; I tlior oiitflihrfd Ayrahire hull, Z year .M. n-g-itereil, and the er gi with him. a riandy: 6 horwt. jir i rn-y-ptionally j,.ok1. weight 1,4'ft H all th-e hr. are a-"od ajre and ir- and el work fra; hena; ft hr'i o. 2 thornieh lred InircH-k and 8 pure hred (I. I. i .: I re- . I- - t"r; 1 hwt; 15 4 w la-old J it; 4 Au'tralian pww. FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY rrR vmvivu Mitinvrs. an m (.-,.) i-tA". I a rer f!ffre; i,y ted . : r ; 2 J ,.r - ; a .-. 2 2 le-rw -h-1 : t i .; ; I 2 !".re i-i. it t"f : 2 !n1 , t..r ; -l It . w l,e-l I .! ; i.f-i 14h l.arrnw ; m'tl iii f !r'. ; 3 i..a, I i ew; 1 . I r ,,f; n al.U'e e j-r. .T ; 2 tr'ir-- -,.; .: ). eia-n i ait-T; a-t irn "'' : 2 Ijiij-"- "n .:'l..r. N 4 , .? 2 . r.e . -t .-a:! aV -y . -t flatf'ina '.; t "f -. ' t a'e. ; ta t' g t ar- ?-. ! '.! - 1 t'w wu"!! a h"?.' i ' I . -r. I.t h.f,wa I-. nt.. ye a. yl. . 1 1 W. Ka. rL'-a. !. " at a-ii.- t- ri-wr t ' ti.a A!n. n t-fi f.f f '.f ' '5; t" -' t ta -. u ' m f: Ur't-e !" t 't f rn fi-l ;T; 3 tt 4-"' I'll e- fa t" n, y t i- ff. -.-! .'. 'e f- J . r-4 ' .. t-rmt- i t t T- t t :fr f J . n t'-e a. 7o- sT. i. I 'i, t l ,- a in t- .. r"i f !' i" -??- '-( m"ld. t N' ft !. . "i "i '- jlwf f-"--"! f..-F-f ia i..-.' f rwl wi.'H t.-4 W a. -4 f-w . ft f"t 1-W tl T - " I ' . . V fAITf f. (tt - . I I'.t.TCKFLM.K. Kt'"fr. lr it AX A. I'e-ry, Aart'i, f.rr. t j- ARCHIE L. GOODRICH PIANOFORTE TUNER PLAYER PIANOS A SPECIALTY Formrly with Chickerinir A Son, Boston Now with Bailey' Muaie Rooms, Barr ' Thone 22-W GETTING SETTLED FOR WINTER? These Are Worth More Money! Farms with Personal Property or Not Equipped, as Preferred EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND Pupil of the Famoua Sevcik, Vienna Royal Hih School, ami Marteau. Iterlin iliah Hchool TERMS- NO. 845 Owner I airk and unable to do any work ; muat aell : offer thai property for leaa than value, aa he ia anxioua to aell at onre; H6 acre 40 acre In tillag. 60 wood land, 6S iiaature: located on the main road 34 milea from VYilliamatown. which put it in ran ire of Barre and Graniteville market ; 2 rlapboarried and painted barn with baaement : juat a few repair will put them in good fthape : 7-rtHm houee : cream team call for cream: on R. F. 'J. and telephone route: per aonal protM.-rty runuta of t) head of stock. S calv-, 1 ood work horse, 6-nionta-old colt, lumlM-r wairon. mowing machine, wheel har row, amoothina harrr.w, plow, euitivatora. S work harne-.se. dnve harnceee. cream aep arUr, etc. : all ane for IJ.SuO.OO ; term, fl.oou.ii0 caah : you will want to look thia TEACHER over: Dller "0 11 now. motf WANTED At once, a aood. reliable, all around cook : kitchen haa all the latent de vicea. Apply at Bancroft Inn, Plainfield, Vt. ; Netoon Hamel, Prop. 18tf WANTKD - Men to aell aeeda to farmer and ornamental atock in town : apply at once; Rood poaition for nirht party. Herrick Seed Company, Kocheater, N. Y. KUH1 INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN 18 to $20 wekiy durina pre time at hum, wntma for newsiH-ra : aend for jiarticular. Preaa Syndicate, rM Washington, I). C. 201tl MEN WANTED To ell tree and plant on commUaain ; permanent; no experience or capital required; outfit free: write for term. Perry Nuraeriea, Hoc li cater, N. Y. 20H1 WANTED-Hiirh-elaaa man to aell tree. ahruba, ror-ee, vine, berry buirhea, bullat, etc. ; -ood wna.-e- permanent : exclusive territory. Uruwn brother Nurserie, Rochester, N. Y. 2Ultl WILL PAY RELIABLE WOMAN K'50.00 for oiatrihiiting U.OOO free pachairea Perfumed K'p Pow.ier in your town: no money ne Quired. Ward & Co., 216 Inetitu place. Chi-caa-o. 201tl HORSE COLLARS "Yob can alway find th alz you want at COLTON'S" Aa tmall aa 16-Inch, a large a 24-inch 98c, $1.48, $2.98, $3.98, $4.75 Sent postpaid anywhere COLTON 84 State St. Montpelier. Vt Teanj and Farm Harness The war is rending up the price of all aorta of leather irooda. We have a biz stork of HARNESS on hand and shall keep our price down as long; as these last. COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER Sulky and Walking Plows We have th latest improvement on Flows and carry a large line of Plow Repair. Price have advanced on all Roofinir. We have a quantity of Rooflnir boutrht aarly that we will aell at the old price. Come and ee. A. W. ALLEN CO. Oranir County and New England Telephone Engines and Separators AU new, fresh stock, just In. It does not pay to buy an old-style Engine or Separator thee days. New ones arc better and rest lea money. COME AND SEE. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orana County and New England Telephone Complete Barn Equipment Litter, Feed and Bay Carrier, AdjuaUbl Stanchions, the same Stanchiona will ad juat to fit large r small animals; Mangers, Stall and Feed Hole. COME AND SEE. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange Cennty and New England Telephone TO RENT TO RENT Warm room with all modern convenience, inquire or Mr, ueo. M. Bur- routrh, 17 Church street. 19t FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Modem convenience. Inquire at 1 Church treet. :9tf LADIES to do crocheting: no canvassing; we pay you ; atamped cnvelo:? for price pai.l. King. 81 IJevine, Providence. R. I. 2ultl WANTED Cigar salesman to aell ciirara, rlirarett, toluu-co to dealers; ll'in per month. TO RENT Six-room tenement; bath, ga. set tuba. Inquire F. D. Berkley, Park atreet; telephone 62-1. ISfctf TO RENT Straight ahed. containing hand hoist, good blacksmith ahop, ofnr and yard room for surface cutter; steam heat. Apply to Hebert A Ladri, West Second street, Barre. lMtf TO RENT Two front room auluhl for office ; corner of North Min and Gnanit NO. KOli 227 acrea : produce 101) Una of hay and will keep 100 head of stock ; only 4S milea from Parre City and muM b Bold, a tl on PER LESSOJ4 th owner ia eirk and unabie to ol any work; Alao leader of the Parre Opera Houa and 1 i0 hen and a tine'aet of farriiing tm)lt : eilaxe ont-ner MUitary Hand Orchestra i,uitr. and earner. No. 2; grist-mill, m.nur 11 NELSON STREET PHON E 421-11 ' apresider. com haneater, grain harveater. to- uito diager, norae powrr and aaw rig. Llney RILEY'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC TELEPHONE 342-21 ALSO CLEANING. PRESS IN(J AND REPAIRING AT THE City Auction Market SATURDAY, 2 and 7 P. 31. A larjre list of GOOD GOODS! to be sold. Look over the list: One parlor suite, 4 pieces; 1 good sideboard; 1 chiffonier, dressers and commodes; 1 cham ber mite, springs and mat tresses, 1 pood upholstered couch, 1 drop-side couch and mattress, 2 extension tables, 2 kitchen tables, small tables, 1 drophead Singer sewing machine almost new, cost ?'.."; 1 ladies gold watch and cham; a lot of IxKiks, washing machines, wash jtubs, 1 copper boiler, stone jars ' I ironi bras lamn tor auto andi 1 tail lamp and chains, carpet, a ," 11 w ""iM," lot of good rugs, 1 small art V ajron. N. Y., aaa-on: large am.mnt of other farming toh and machinery and more than 1,6-10 oO worth of grain and other cnp are to be ttjcholrd, aa tt,e owner muat clte out at once; thai U one of the h.t producing fnrnt in the county and only mtlr from th rity; v.-t.ry houe. m.wiern barn, elap tvairdci and painted ; eiiirar o'rhant euiilpi.!; fruit orbard, eic. Th owner haa made mon- i ey on Ihta farm, and anyone in good hewlth BAIfRE. VT. "annul heip but uo ell n it. as it ia in a ' i hiirh state of cultivation and alt ready for . tiiminnu: price for all u Ilj.M'OO", and tha MUM HAM TAIl flRlXT! r"' ""'", "lud an aut,m,obile if aold kind Of real eetat in the city. lDtitf laju-co Co., Hue ton. Mas. Sultl street. l6tf WANTED Salesman to aell lubricating oil. TO RENT Lower tenement, on Quarry houae and ham paint and aoecialtiea ; big street, with barn and earriagehoua. for small profit. Champion Refining Co.. Cleveland, family: I'm mile from Rarr City; term profit. Champion Refining Co,, Cleveland. O. moderate for the winter. Box 72, K. F. D. , , . No. 4. l4tf WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosiery to friends, neighbora and general wearer; 70 per cent, profit: make 110 daily : eipericnre un- mciipf f ivrnira necessary. International Mill. West Phila- AIl3L.LiLArS LUUS delphia. Pa. NOTICE- Pring or aend ymir be hide. WANTED calf akins and raw fur to E. E. Martin. East Kama, Vt., and reciv th highest anrket WANTKD-Would like board In private 18"6 family or a email boanling house, w itii r-w.m. by couj le h on child. Addi- "H .." a tt i nn iT l Time. of,ce. A HAK1) COLD MOORE & 172 North Main Street OWENS Parr. Vermont DR. G. L, T. HAYES Tunilar. lrrlsf and Ao by Appointment appear tipon lb sprtro,Pi'. Th-y affect tb pbotoampblc plate, bow rr, and axa probabbly dla'emr-d Iiy nm of tbe lower anlmaltt, wboaa afDM cf aight 1 mticb more acute than that of man. Murb la known of their rbewnlcal ef fcta. Few nilrroWa ran ln; wlth atiind tbr-lr potsr. Tb ro1na ant ln vt "atinliurn" are tUHr w trk Tln-y are iiartlmlarly tnjutioua to tbe eye, wbli h upon etDosnre to tlm larc-omea totally Liln4 In a little while. Tbronch tbe agency cf tbe raya Btlir!ft baa actually romblncd car in dloiWe ar.d wnter rarw into aupar and other -artnhTfirat-. He ' square, 1 cottage crgan. 11 win- baa Inclraaed cirtacbydrate. fata and d')W shades, 1 O-gal. ;I can, lt fbumiBoida in eeaw tawii of j fr,K kcry. glass jar. broad pan. i tjaartt and Laa tbera i;ft - I child's swing crib. 1.1 picture 2 &er tbe raja. Tie rroe la very et I irY,n j,. m5l1, ,r,.;U, - ral may la m-tarwd by untf vber 1 1 t k. i rnan'.gany peoea- fnod l tnaetifafttjred frr. the ra ,?,1- P'aiza chair and rotker, 1 wflketlr. 1-fa-h.. nel fhair. 1 a-y i;p-j M rv ,p.-v, . At.i t-.oT.;j tbe nM-n of t?t day t , h- McrH vkV't, a ri one; - ny ! th trm.bied with v". ;"ft tb enrpe (;r, jr g H' klt(Kcn tha.T. a l"t - -. Aode f f tbelf tIlef. fvm: tm H r,Vn , pUn k CU r .,,, . t, ,r I Irm- Hair immr at iew t"r-e 1 nj. L . . . i V i i ' . m tw- m. Tetv ir.t. hn, t a .1 1 - rt , i. a'- s'm , n'-atf r. 1 fre VH:r orrsn id: . f I rt;t ti n t tie .tra irf raja . , , ' , .. t: nml jnutf nV fr.h, 1 fr.V.r- GLO L. ALLLN : i rrsr h t a rri 1 ("l-.t-' : ih-. i f.f-f-! rgthain .3r :i. i.trrA'SED ArrTinvrm h 1.I MHER AND WOOD PROPOSITION -4ft to acrra .n the main rd H milea from plainfield; a fin cut of sprue and aom extra .vt brd woiwl ; chance Ui make ome money; pricw, ll.hM.CA. lvtf WANTED - Anyone wishing butchering aVn. ' u' " rnM"n -bnpe in the weather, fof ail kin lai call Rivera Pra telephone ! f Xure or any cauae. if neplected may -!. Parr. l!-nt i j(l,i j oeriritl ltinjr troutilea. Keen WAVTED TO RENT-Farm with stork and ' IVtwr' Elmir in tbe medicine Clipboard toola. Addreae lvrt : nil take b-fore the cold dcvelopa into become "L.," ear Time. w-AK-Tvts t. . , . ... . pneumonia, or consumption with a' a-k near Ham City. Addreaa "f arm. ' : atCi1. Sold evcrj'W here. Advt. car Tirm rtTlt-e. lH'ti TEAM WORK WANTED-I cm r"P"d to do ail kinds M tswr-i'n or rereral t -u, k work F. A. Nicot-.l, 11 Third tr-t. ta-let-hon U- ixl-f NO K Viffht ecbnge frw eity reonerty ; C.S acre. II to ifO STai of tillage, plenty of j cm end water; flUag lava ararir le-el : kerai 11 rowa and H, ? bams. I ef t htcb ! MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES1 endue; l m.- fm n.ian m.ieal wanted ow. eiec. b.. b.,.. ,"' anwere4 promptly day nrit. Drri'ttlB Tfi tsnwr 1 ' eailr.. Z WMiea rr. cimery and a mil., wnlea at a:, tim . h;s-l st cwsh Xm Up V-oav lBnial(W ivuiniwa AU w u-n-'1 laa.-mill; r"rs, 2.Weo; lb a, ia a good one. 1 r"e i.t all; t, ;i and e.-U-re r-- ..e- w.cDr vt T.W, ... . Omrr HO, RV 1 to 4 P M I ,mf .bora-, M.lntye Ua,,. ..,!. ltf J"ltllJ TlV". . 1rr.1y and Sturda. .. - ,.TT7T. .. ... . . 7. . nitwjiji-.i, .i.-..s... s,-s M. J. WIHTCOMB Licensed Emb.ilmer MtiiM,. wr tur rpmiiY writ. mrtTrn work wvtf.d .wi- I AT Tf'D TIVF T" Ci; t R VOf f-tlYF. AT- place to chorea tbla arii'rr fr ha l"t ! Tssi.h lj TH t TIN E -Kir"RTirs AT AT TR M T1VE , hMrmm "tV.m." T- oe,,-e jeitf w ifll't CIL AM' .F. I'.. Al'TION.- Al- ' r I : E A I. r T ATE AV. prwsoNAL PRr M Aa'FR w.!l r, eit H ll UK. LEWIS U. MAKTLX rK",,kTY lAKf " j THE It. A. PERRY RF AL rTATE ACEVCT OSTEOrATIIIC niYfJiriAX Will na-wintr hd tht tTiMem tnrtire renin wl l hAit kf""t, r h'' V" beapenltlnt:me0.at1t.fwbt "n"W 1 f ne "th-dn Oftr ta Raa 15. Mile Railatng Tpb i C rirtisi ftinrr TCt ll' a m tn It an nd 1 -taj p. an... Mimday, Tu!y. Tbradai and I nay JEWELRY ! MIDWIFERY MlsKRATlON NOTICE rnrrt wr Hwr i '-r. hr ..- ! mv i ri'fw f htm -t r rmtm rf STOP AT REVERE HOUSE nosroN I'-al e e,Td stmt". U-v -.,ar 1ife -re in rw-f ra m nn wiia ll.ee Te ! and I v a-ate When YOU want a pieca tf Jewelry, ctmi in and tee ur rjiniii display. jO.J.I)OIK.i:.ThoJcwf!cr f f Mia IMrrwl J J fute Ages fm fraw rw" fa sin J ti7 iro'TTILim ' S t.-t al (! ' r t ' '-e '. a .,1 I r-i.'t :;-!. I'. !'. be t 're. 4 b-'T '" e ' -- f tf 1 !ar rttLrsr i'h n-C'-rJ t;rre h h 4 w pht 1.1 r-.. t'A in 3 Te 11 v rf Y Lrt IT" ; 1 r r - 'I V j,' r1' wTt LICENSED AUCTIONEER 13 BAESE OTT, VT. r i. t. rte m ti to rnoirrmvn ITRdl ASEKS Of AITOS 1915 Overland $850 Cal ed" tVe a in aid riiiM- tu-f .f the kl t, tie nr. Cutler's Garage i! a. Was) fate. aTv at- ;j t- .- - '- n .--r :r r I.- ... it. v. mml r-t- Lat 4, X sa-nt t ei.t t t .t. r m ' - e..-.--- .; ,y f.uZM M' it ZZfZZT "."1 -,-- "T7 r.2..7V.". , ,,"J7;-- " - O. IL HALE, Auctionctr , . IHJ lit C V'.W lf ftrr, wttteay at wf tfaltH , TELEPHONE YOUK WANTS TO THE BAURE TIMES TEL. 310. Fire Insurance I rrpment texen tcfTi of the larfreft arl !f?t Stock anj Mutual lire !n.rur--.ce Crrr.par.lts. Aik for rlt&. J. W. DILLON a t