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THIS UARRE DAILY TIMES, RARRH, VT., THURSDAY', NOVKMIJKlt 19, 10H.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TROM DIFFERENT BKCTIONS Martin Dundon of Orwell lii ft cub bngo which weigh 20 pounds. Walter fiarvin saw a buck near his houB In Greensboro when lie "P ow morning last week and liot it from tlm ii7..n. An Mrs. F. B. Edward was working about the limine in delTersonville lant week Wednesday a bullet came whirling past her, aliglitly bruising her temjile, and lodged in a room beyond. There are apteral new cnnv of diph theria In lkkerHfleld. The houses of Frank Brady and Kdward Perkins havu been quarantined and the village schools in the north and south districts are closed. DON'T OVERLOOK THIS The farm buildings in Wolrott, owned by Fred firant, were burned Monday, with 75 tons of hay and ton head of cat tle. The loss, about $1,000, is partly covered by insurance. Mr. Grant- wa away at the time pressing hay. The Knickerbocker Stock company played in Ferrisburg Monday and Tues day nightfl last week to small houses en!l disbanded Wednesday. Thij is the third troupe which has disbanded in this tillage in the past two years. E. S. Sickles of Plattsburgh has a force of men rebuilding the lighthouse founda tion at the north' end of Burlington breakwater. The ice last winter badly damaged the structure and after it had been Inspected by government engineers, repairs were ordered made. A Careful Tcrusal Will Prove Its Value to Every Barre Reader The average man is a doubter, and there is little wonder that this is so. Misrepresentations make people skeptics. Now-a-days the public asks for better evidence than the testimony of strangers. Here is proof which should convince every Barre reader. II. J. Ennis, barber, 11 South Main street, Barre, says: When I began to have trou ble with my kidneys, I got Doan s Kidney Pills right away, as others of my family had had great benefit from them. I had sharp pains across the small of my back. I used Doan s Kidney Pills and the pain was driven away. I have had no trouble since. It is a pleasure for me to recommend Doans Kidney Pills." Price 50c, at all dealers'. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Ennis had. las ter-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. GR0T0N. On a road in Danville made slippery by a recent snowstorm, the auto of Kd ward Peterson skidded and George Felch of St. Johnsbury, who was riding with him, was caught beneath the ear as it turned turtle. One arm was broken, one leg was badly jammed and he was cut and bruised. BIG PAINT MINE. The will of Mrs. Irene C. Vail of Mont nelier has been proved in probate court Lewis D. Bancroft of Calais was named as executor and is requested to furnish a bond of $7,000, which is estimated to be the. size" of the estate. The sum of 1 ,000 was left in trust for Christ Church. Her husband, .Ellery Vail of Burlington, was left $1, but he has waived the bequest and will accept what he is entitled to under the statutes. which' i? $2,500 and one-half the re mainder. The barn of Nelson .Tenlani, in Morse's l,jne. whs destroyed by fire hist Friday overling, caused by the upsetting of a le.ntern. One two-vear-old colt, all the liny and fodder were burned, and 11 cows and calves and three horses were burned. The loss is about $1,200, with insurance of $500. , Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, they etnaot reach the tilaeaeed portion of th ear. There I onlr, ooe nay id cur, OFainm, un iu vj wmbw.... .,.. al remedies. Deafness l eauaed br en Inflamed condition of th mucoue lining of the Uustsrhlaa Tube. When tola tub l Inflamed you he ( rumbling sound or Imperfect bearing, and when It Is entirely closed Heafneee te tlie mult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and tiila tube reatored to He normal condition, bear tng will be destroyed foreer; nine tn out of ten are censed br Catarrh, which la nothing but n Inflamed condition of the tnncoua eurfarea. We will gWe One Hundred Hollars for any cast of besfness (caused by catarrh) that on not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Scud fur circu lars, free. CIIENKI CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's rlmlly Pills for eonatlpatJoB. Administrators Sale Public Auction In the settlement of the estate of Ab- bie M. Edwards, late of Hsrre Town, de ceased, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on Saturday, November 21, 1914, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at the Ed wards home, known as the John McClaf flin farm, located on the East Hill, 3Vt miles from 1 tar re City, the following deeoribed personal property, to wit: Company to Be Formed to Develop It in Sandgate. A paint mine has recently been dis covered in the little town of Sandgate which promises to be one of the biggest discoveries of its kind; in fact, this paint mine will be one of the best producers ever found. Men are already at work developing the mine', and this mine will be able to produce millions of tops of Venetian red paint. Samples of red and yellow have been brought out and tested by experts and they claim it is the finest specimen ever produced from mother earth. In stead of having to drill, blast and mine this paint ore, all the men liave to do is to shovel it out. It is a solid mass of decomposed ore and brings out one of the highest grades of red paint ever found in a mine, llus paint can be made to bring out over nine different colors by UBing drop black, etc. It mixes perfectly with oil, varnish or turpentine. The owners claim that there is an in exhaustible supply and that they intend organizing a stork company within the next 30 davs, with a capital of $100,000 and the company will oe known as the Vermont Mineral Paint 4 Development Co., with headquarters at Arlington. Charlea Jordan has been on the aick list for the past week. The 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Welch is seriously ill with kidney trouble, Mrs. A. W. ColTrln and Mrs. W. R. Curbee were at VVoodsvllle, N, II., on Wednesday. Mrs. H. W. Heath and Miss Emma Jones were visitors at St. Johnsbury Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Darling visited Mr. and Mrs. K, N. Darling at Bradford on Tuesday. Mrs.Emma J. Clark and Mrs, C. J. Hailey were visitors at Wells River and Woodsville Tuesday. A reception will be tendered Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kinerson at their home In reacham on Friday evening, Nov. 20, A cordial Invitation is extended to Grot on friends. Lee S. Blanchard was a business visit or at St. Johnsbury Tuesday. The meetings of the Xeedlecraft club will be omitted until after the holidays. Mrs. Linnie Weed of Ryegate arrived in town yesterday and will visit friends for a few days. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs Peter Atkinson Sunday morning, but it died Wednesday. Mr. Atkinson, who is employed in the government fish hatch err department, returned Saturday from a four months' trip through the western states. News was received here Monday of the death of Henry Darling of Marsh field, which occurred suddenly at Albany oti Sunday. Mr. Darling has been em ployed here at several different times as nurse, and is quite well known in tins vicinity. MARSHFIELD. FOR CITY WAREHOUSES. Harbor Privileges for Competing Lines Then Not a Question, Says Wat erf ell. Chicago, Xov. 19. Community owner ship of harbors and wharf warehouses was urged before the Great Lakes water ways conference here yesterday by Ar thur T. Waterfall, traffic commissioner of the Detroit Chamber of Commerce. In this way he said there could be no ques tion of accommodations for the craft of competing lines. Don't forget the promenade Saturday evening for the benefit of the Village Improvement society. The ladies are working now for money to build more sidewalks. Come and give your assist ance in the work. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hudson are visit ing their daughters in Bradford. The C. E. social mentioned in last week's items has been indefinitely post poned. Mrs. A. W. Blake and daughter visited hor sister, Mrs, Sherman Welch, in IVach am last week. V. R. Hudson and Mrs. Ivan Carpen ter went to Albany Monday to attend the funeral of Henry Darling. The pupils of the Marnhfield high school were among the exhibitors at the boys' and girls' agricultural exhibition held at Windsor. Two third prizes were received, one of $3 to Charles Brown on butter, and the other of $ 1 to Stanley I.yndes on a mechanical article. j Mrs. S. Adella Swerdfeirer was in Bur lington Wednesday and Thursday in trie interests of the I'vthian Sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Edson York are moving onto the Iwis Ieonard place in has Calais and Mrs. York's sister is to live with them this winter. WHAT $10 DID FOR THIS WOMAN The Price She Paid for Lydia E.Pinkham'iVegetabIe Com pound Which Brought Good Health. n..n,. V "Ihaveonlvsnontton dollars on your medicine and I feel so mucn Dciier man i did when the doctor was treating me. I don't suffer any bearing down paina at all now and I sloep well. I cannot say enough for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound and Liver Pills as they have done so much for me. I am enjoy ing good health now and owe it all to your remedies. I take pleasure in tell ing my friends and neighbors about them."-Mrs. MATTIE HALEY, Wl Ui quhone Street, Danville, Va. , No woman Buffering from any form of female troubles should lose hope un til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial. This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to be a most valua ble tonic and invigorator of the fe male organism. Women everywhere bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound will help you, write to Lydia E.PinkhamMedicineCo. (confidential) Lynn, lIassn for ad vice. Your letter will be opened. read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. PI Auction Sale Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for Croup . Croup scares you. The loud, hoarse, eroupy cough, choking and gapping for breath, labored breathing, calls for im mediate relief. The very first doses of Foley s Honey and Tar Compound will master the croup. It cuts the thick mu cus, clears away the phlegm, and opens up and eases the air passages. Cum- ruings 4 Lewis, druggists. Advt. Women Suffer Terribly from Kidney Trouble Around on her feet all day no wonder woman has backache, headache, stilt swollen joints, weariness, poor sleep and kidney trouble. Foley Kidney Tills give quick relief for these troubles. They strengthen the kidneys take away the aches, fain anil weariness. Make life worth living again. Try Foley Kidney Pills and see how much better you feel. Gumming A Lewis, druggists. Advt. ELEVEN COWS mostly young and due to freshen in the early and middle winter; 1 18 months old bull and 2 spring calves, 4 shoate. weight about 12S fts. each; JO hens and rhUkens; also I 3-yar-old eolt, a good one, well broken, safe for a lady t han dle and drive, sound and perfectly fear less. Farm Tool and Machinery One 2 horse lumber wagon. 14 -inch a lie, bos body and rack; dump rsrt, etprens vagon, mith tile and shaft; i tupies, 4 note of sleda, different kind; etpre sleigh with pole and shafts; iloaeur slfigh, moa ing machine, horse rake, disk harrow, spring t.xith harrow, 2-hnrse ati'J and fultiaatof, combined ; 2 other rtiltivat.ra. corn planter, h-l- harrow and gnndtne, I s.-t f 4ill rk harne. 2 drie liirmw, f bes and t.iatik'-t I m-t of lationn )-, arp.tit.-f ' best Bad too'. It of rhk- i-n ire, ir.-sm wpsrator, ilmina, imhU LILLEY WAGON PLANT FOK SALE THE MANUFACTURING FLA NT AND Ml WILL OK THK LII.LKV WAUM COMPANY AT MORKISVILLE. VT , for sal. The pmpartr conaiata mf about nf as arr. f W4. withia f anlnutaa' walk of tmllreaa union ; mala kuildtna. tiA rt Amr, ar n4 floor ftikU, and m 1M fnut ator- This at .roobl th bmmt Kjuit.pr Ianl for ma-oa tnitldina ana trnrrnl n-twlrln tn" la in swrthwra Vermont, hrina uuiptwd rth fiartft powar and ail ur-to-dat wood voralrt ma-Mnr. IniPnni np hammrr. rt Tna Liiir mmrm ha kuilt fir oirr to rr, and H haa a reputation arrond tm aona If K a a UHt Waa.1t. Ska aaw." To tr thla rrvtton II haa tata ran of hard avork and tn antlar af thouaanda ut doliara Now. thrr ta tmly m ranaoa akr thai tm. enr la for aala. I ha laa anahW do a daf'a arrk for tMarlr tnmr trotttoa and for taa rt an aati harw tm a ftat on anr bark in brd. and H a ill ha tnanr a lona mtm k ba forr ma do anr hard arortt. if rwwrr. rWt rl ai i na aoTaabl to f Wr an aotnr f atiT baai mm a"rira Ta) hamWMoa. nhlrh I har v otr, atll tmhlr vrr makr anron a wiia- jhonaira; tnat if onr lata huid nf thai pmr-im and ifi4 to haatMaa. adrortaM ana fcrn IKr awaittr of aoar wt at thr Un aorh. tbrr raa hara a amd HfUr buarnaaa. ' on that nCI arta tona a road IK4na and a M"..la aoowohina ho.wt. I har at lha pi'n.i 1 1 t of i.i anm tm Seaver's Dyspepsia Tablets Have you dyspepsia f If you have perhaps you want to get rid of it. You can by taking SEAVKR'S DYSPEPSIA lAULLIb. We do not print anv pic turea of them before and after taking. lou get them by .standing before the looking glass. If you don t believe this, try me tanieis anil vou will, we liave proved that SHAVER'S DYSPEPSIA TAI1LETS will cure dyspepsia over and over again. We are ready to demon strate it in your case, and we will tell you how. (io to the store of the Red Cross Pharmacy, or Frank Roark, or S. C. Voodry A Co., Cabot, and get a package, lake it according to diree tions. If it cures you, step in and tell the druggist so. If it doesn't, step in just the same, and tell him that, and he will hand you right back the ducats you paid him. Do you supxe this offer would be made if we had any doubt about what the tablets will do for vou? I)o you see any way that you can lone any money out of it! Ilut if you really enjoy dyspepsia and want to retain it permanently, let SEAVER'S DYSPEP SIA .TAHI.ETS alone, for the tablets won't let dyspepsia alone. Advt. TBT WELCOME SOAP for whltar elothas aad aaalrr waakdara. AU dralars hart tt. Maaafaelaradl t7 Laaar Bras. Caa, Caaa-bru!-a. Maaa. Auction Sale or 1915 Overland $850 Call and take a demonstration and convince yourself of the val- i ue of the car. t Cutler's Garage IK Ns. Main Slraat, Barre, Vt. t; OF Cows and Young I Stock As I have more stock than I ran tie up, and some of my neighbors are In .the same tlx, we will sell at public auction to the highest bider, on Friday, November 20, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon at my farm, known as tho Unorge Savery farm, 2 miles from Williamstown on the North- field road, the following: 31 HEAD OF CATTLE consisting of NINETEEN COWS; 4 of them will be fresh soon, balance in the winter. These cows are mostly grade Ilolstelns and Ayrshires, young and a good dairy lot. Also 12 Head of Young Stock and Some Poultry This stock is all in good shape and would not be sold only for the reason above given. Everything goes to the highest bidder, without reserve or limit, Sale positive, rain or shine. Terms at time of sale. V. B. SAVERY, Williamstown. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE GETTING SETTLED FOK WINTER? These Are Worth More Money! Farms with Personal Property or Not Equipped, as Preferred NO. IMS Owner la alr-k and unable to do any work 1 muat sail j otfars thia pruparty fur ln than vaiuo, aa na is anxiuua iu aau ai onra; Hi scrca 4U mrrnt in tillaire, SO wood land, 66 paatura: located on tha muin road ', mtlaa from Willlamatown, whlih puta It in raiiKt of Barrw anil (irnnllavilla markala ; It elapboarrfad snd painUid bania with bsaamrnt: Jiiat a faw rapaira will put them In rood ahapa) 7 -room houaa; errant tram calla for eraam i on K. F. 'J. and telephone mut.i i per. annal property aonaiata qf 8 haad of atotk, S calves, 1 good work horaa, 6-monLli-ol(l rolt, lumber waron, mowlnv machine, wherl bar row. smoothlna; hsrrow, plow, cultivators. 8 work harm , drive hsmiaoa, cream arp arutor, etc i all aoas for Si.S00.UU ; turma. $1,1100.00 eaah ; you will want to look Ihla overt better do It now. lUUtf Aoclioii Sale AT THE City Auction Market at 2:30 and 7 p. m. Private sale of household goods every day. Bring in your goods early, as it . al ready bids fair for a large sale. One drop-head Singer machine, nearly new, price $20.00. Come in and investi gate. O. II. HALE, Auctioneer NO. 802 227 acres; produom 100 tone of hay and will keep 100 head of stork only 4'a mile from Barre City and muat be sold, aa the owner la a irk and unnhle to od any work ; 86 head of atock, 4 homes, S brood iuwi. SO hens and a line eet of farming- toola ; ailaire cutter, and carrier. No. ll arltt-mill, manure eprvaJer, corn hsrveater, amln harvceter, no, tato diirtter, home power and aaw rile. LilUy Waiton. N. Y.. wairon ! Israe amount of other farming: toola and marhlncry and more than $1,600.00 worth of grain and other crnui are to be Included, a the owner mut cloae out at once; thia la one of the brat producing farm in the county and only 4 Mi miles from this city 2-tory houae, modern bsi n, clap bonrdfid and painted'; nutrar orchard, euuiiped; fruit oirhard. etc. The ownar haa made mon ey on thia farm, and anyone in good heulth cannot help but uo well on it, aa it ia in a hlnh state of cultivation and all ready for buaineea; price for all is f 1,1. 600.00, and thia price would include an automobile if aold within 80 days ; might exchange for the ripht kind of real estate in the city. lUOtf TO RENT K KENT Twa uiifurniahed rooms for light houai'kreping in north end of city rent rea. aoimblo. Telephone 4IS-4. 81UU TO HKNT -Two furnished or unfurnished rooma, euitable for Ibfht houaekeepinc. Call at 18 Hcmlnary atreet, upalaira. liOStftl TO KENT-Warm room with modern con. yenlencea Iiumlre of Mrs. G. M. liurrounie, 17 ( liun h itrtHt, 207lf OIt KENT Tenement of 4 rooma, 2 mln. titea" walk from poau.Hice. Apply to E. T. Mower, 67 I'roapett atreet. tfOStf, TO KENT (iood 4-room tenement on HUrh. and avenue. Mrs, C. I.. Uugbee, 8 Waah. Inirton street. aoutf tOH HKNT- Nice modern -room tenement at corner of Waahington and tamp at recta ; nady Nov. 16; very pleueant tenement; good Icailon on electric car line. Smllh Dnah. 208ti FURNISHED ROOM TO nENT-Modern conveniences. Inquire at 15 Church atreet. '.tttlif TO KENT fltr.iieht .h..l .n.l.l.l.. U.-J hoiat, good hlstkarnlth ahop. office and yard. nom for aurfuce cutter; 1,1. wm heat. Apply to Hebert & Ladrle, Wat Second street, Knrre. mtt TO KENT Two front ronma anltahl. n. ofllrm ; corner of North Main and Kranite Htreeia. Apply at Creamery, 8u0 Noth Main atreet. igS, BUSINESS CARDS DR. A. C. FOSTER Dentist Howland Bid., Room iS Phone 37J-W HOUH3: 1 to 12; t to ( Evenings by Appointment ARCHIE L. GOODRICH PIANOFORTE TUNER PLAYER PIANOS A SPECIALTY Formerly with Chlrkerinc A Bona, Boaton Now with Bailry'i Music Rooms, Barre Phono 12-W EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Pupil of the Famoua flevrik, Vienna Royal High oVhool. and Marteau. Berlin High School TERMS 11.00 PER LESSON Alao imder of the Parr Opera Houaa and Monlpetier Military Band Ore heat raa It NELSON 8TREET PHONK 4X!-!t STOP AT " REVERE HOUSE BOSTON Hot and cold water, lone dietanee tele phone in every room. 80 rooms with bath. Cuiaine and aervice unexcelled!. 81.00 Per Day and Vpwaraa LUMBER AND WOOD PROPOSITION 40 to 80 acres on the main road 8 miles from Plainfleld ; a fine cut of apruce snd mime extra good hard wood ; a chance to muke pomp money; price, 81.860.00. li0tf NO. SC Might exchange for city property: 65 aerea, 16 to 0 acrea of tillage, plenty of wood and water ; tillage laya nearly level : keepe 10 cowe and team; 2 barna, 1 of which ia clapboarded and painted ; 7-room houae in good conidtion : 1 mile from village, s milea fmm railroad. 2 milea from creamery and law-mill ; price, 82,000.00; this is a good one- man proposition. iuii WE ARE ESPECIALLY WELL SITUATED AT THIS TIME TO OFFER YOU SOME AT TRACTIVE PROPERTIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. CALL AND SEE US. AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROIERTY CAREFULLY HANDLED. TO RENT Ixwer tenement. afreet, with barn and rarriRrehouae, for amall family; I 'A milea from Barre City; terma mod-rnte for the winter. Box 72, R. F. D. No. 4. 184tf FOR SALE l-OR SALE Coal heater; used one aeaaon only; rod 828.00; will aeli for 818.00. Inquire at 134 Elm atreet. 210t8' KJR SALE Indian Runner ducka end drakoa; 11.00 apiece. Henry Brown, Allen atreet, 'phone 161-11. 209tf THE D. A, PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Rooma Z and 8 Howland-Cave Bldg. Barre. Vt. GOOD FARMS GOOD FARMS rOR SALE Five-paaaenger Maxwell tour ing car, 1911 model E; Juat overhauled; new tin, and all extra equipment up. to date; everything in flrat-claaa ahape; will aell very cheap. Addreaa box 845, Montpelier, Vt. 210t FOR SALE Several piece of houaehold furniture, including range, brasa bed, eewin machine, and chiffonier; all in good condition. Call on Anna Pinurdi, 3 Grant avenue, city. 208t6' FOR SALE Pigs, 11 weeka old. W. J. Rogers, Allen street, 'phone 161-1.' 208t6 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE One of the beat all-around atalliona in Vermont; weight 1,800 tba. ; aound and kind. T. J. Lavere, liethel, Vt.. j09t FOR SALE A St. Albana circular aaw; reason for selling, have aold my farm ; price low. Inquire A. H. Norria, Williametown. 208t6 With Stock, Crops and Tools SMITH DASHNER WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING: A HARD COLD due to a suddn change in the wvnther. exposure or any cause, if neglected may load to serious, lung troubles. Keep Downs' Elixir in the medicine cupboard and take before the cold develops into pneumonia, or consumption becomes seated. Sold everywhere. Advt. M. J. WHITCOMB Licensed Embalmer Calls answered promptly day or night m up-to-data AsaauJaare la connection. EAST BARRE, Tt Telephone 119-1 WILLIAMSTOWN. ?t. Tslsphoas 381- RILEY'S ORCHESTRA MfSIC FOR ALL OCCA. B10N8 LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC T-I9-4 factory aatpat far nine aaenths af It! 4 :,:.. Inrreaae af ., ever aaaae period ef 118. Largeat aelling brand af 14c Clears In tlie werla. Quality counts. TELEPHONE 342-21 BARRE, VT. MERCHANT TAILORING At-fO CLEAKINO. PRKSS INO AND REPAIRING MOORE & '2 North Mala Street OWENS Barrt, Vrrmen( DR. G. Ia. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OrriCE rinrRSr I 4 P. M. Taeaday. Thuoriay and Ratardav. A we ky ArawaliMit 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 aad atasag aaaft aterra. fc NO. 228 For Sale, one of the beat farm ropoltlon in the atate; 208 acres ol nne aying land : 80 acrea in tillage, grand itate of cultivation, free from atone or ledge; aug er orchard of 1.000 treea, nicely equipped : fruit orchard; 10 acres of softwood timber and more than 8,000 corda of wood ; farm will keep 60 head of stock and teams ; large base ment barn, clapboarded and painted ; 60 stan chions, alio, horse bam and chickenhouae ; good 10-room house, buildings all in nice shape, running water at house and barn; 44 cows, 10 horses, 18 horn, 800 fowls ; all kinda of modern farm toola and machinery, including sugar tools, dairy toola and every thing needed on a farm of thia site, and an abundance of hay. straw and other croaa ; thia property la nicely located, commands a fine view of the surrounding country, only 1 mile to a good railroad town and 6 miles from Barre City ; the porperty is right, the price is right ; let us show you. 200tf NO. 224 For Sale, only 2"H mile from good county seat town, 160 acrea of good laying land, about 60 in tillage, balance pas ture and woodland ; fields machine mowed and very free from atone; 2 good fruit or chards ; some softwood timber and a large lot of hard wood ; place will keep 20 cows and team ; large basement barn and 8 sheds, 16 stanchions, horse barn, chickenhouae, ailo and workshop . good 9-room house, painted and blinded; water at house and barn ; 8 good cows, 6 bead of young cattle, 4 horsea, 7 hogs, 40 turkeys, 160 hens and chickens : all kinda ef wagons, aleds, harnesses, farm toola and machinery, with 60 tone of hay and other crops ; all lor 84.800. A bi bargain. 2Mlf FOR SALEA St. Albana 2-horsepower ; also a dragsaw rig:. Inquire of C. W. Codling, inomoeaer; . J!,, telephone 847-5. 208t6 FOR SALE O. I. C. boar; can be regis tered. G. W. Hersey, Route 1, Williamstown, Vt 208t6 HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE Such as Glenwood cook atovea and heaters, chunk atovea, large and small ; new art squares 9x12 feet, also small rugs, tables, chairs, bureaus, roll-top desk and chair, pictures (new), stove pipe and elbows, 17c per length ; Int. spring couches, etc. Call at A. S. Fine's, 46 Maple avenue; tel. 244-2. . 206t6 FOR SALE One pair of eolta, 8 and 4 years old; weight, 2.400; also 50 quarts of milk daily from Jersey cows. 'Phone 242-M E. Ritchie, Trow Hill. 20tf FOR SALE Pure bred Mammoth Bronaa turkeys ; nice birds for breeding purposes; orders taken for Thanksgiving. Mrs. E. A. Carey, tel. 894-21. 21015 FOR SALE A second-hand evaporator; also one gathering tank. W. F. Shepard, Barre. 208tf FOR SALE A kitchen range in good con d it ion ; hot-water attachments and reservoir ; cheap if taken at once. Call afternoons or evenings at 60 West Patterson street, city. 208tft6 FOR SALE- Four-weeks-old pigs. Roben, East Hill ; 'phone 80S-W. D. C. 202tf FOK SALE Factory to you. a 82.00 toilet set for She ; brush, comb and mirror, ebony finish, silver mounted; or pair of ebony finish military Druanee, 4c ; cash or money order. The Archery Company. Glens Falls, N. V. 20H30 FOR SALE One mare, 10 years old. weighs 1.060) buggy, harness and sleigh. Inquire of Chaa. Zanlroni. 176tf PULVERIZED SLATE STONE FOR SALE In any quantity; the proper article for walks, drives or cellar bottoms : delivered in any quantity. Inquire of H. M. Nelson, 80 Mer chant street. 146tf FOR SALE E. M. T. 80 touring ear In perfect condition; thoroughly overhauled and repainted Apply at Capital Garage Co.. Court ttreet, Montpelier. Vt 72t( NO. i2S For Sale; advanced years snd poor health of owner ie the reason for sell ing thia 180-aere farm, stork, crops snd tools ; 45 arm in tillage, 400 auger trees, good grafted fruit orchard ; estimated to be from 75 to 16(1 M. of softwood and lanre amount of hardwood: nearly all machine mow ing; farm will keep 15 cowa and team; 8 baarment tarns, 21 atanchiom ; chickenhouae and eile; house of 8 rooma, hall and pantry; buildings in good condition: mater at house I and bar a; 10 cowa, yoke of atorra. f head af young eattle, 2 horsea, 8 Hmr, some poul try and a large lot of farm tools of every de erription ; all hay and atraw, nil, Inida a , in w 1 w ... . .11 .am . 11, . thia nnrnerlt la Lnrated IU rnilMi ta rnuntv- OL'R SLEIGHS ARE ALL OUT, aeat leva and milea to rood railroad town : 1 TO SHOW YOU, persona! protierty and atamting timber, ani wood, will more than pay for all. 2('itf LOOSE H4.T ron SALE Inquire of S. Page. 61 South Mala atreet. Will Mtl SLEIGHS . READY 48 HEAD OF CATTLE AND CROPS Ots account of tlie death if mr rrtner .,,d lin the s.1.1emt of our aiT.ira. 1 , J)R. LEWIS I). MARTIN win w-ii as i'mimic uKL.n, iu l fie lil-n- II aa 18 Hieac-aers KarfMia 88 FOUR LINES FOK 25c -rue Tffwa will r 11 a, ta siaa, a aai paerere MM: aeo nuni Pour.it for Sa,e, To !.. etr el-rt aaVer- i hutldine-e and fences la ewd r.-rir : euc-r tksewieata at 'he rate of feue lia-se for vareecr- NO. 128 For Sale, located or. tne electric car line between Itarre and Miuitpe!ir,r near ly new 2-tenement bouse witii 6 rooms each and bath ; apring water, electric lights : nat ural wood finish, hardwood floors in lower part; rood cellar: deep porch across front: 1 acre of land; ham 1212; 5c fare either way; a very neat, attractive desirable home: buy !t; lie in nne part and rent the other: a hs-rgain at 83.000. 2001 f We have "most sitrlhing ymi want In the real estate line: farma. tlmlier tracts, town and city pmi.erty. and are a lad to ahow them; no expense to you. Rsal estate and personal prooeny handled at public aitetion. and we guarantee the beat results obtainable, SMITH DASHNER. Real Estate A rents, Reeeae 6, , la. H. lane are Bldg, Barre tlly. VC Tel. tea. BIG ASSORTMENT Popular Low Prices COLTON STATE STREET MONTPELIER FURS FURS FURS FUR COATS FOR MEN FUR COATS FOR WOMEN FUR ROBES OF ALL KINDS COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER HARNESS PRICES FOR SALE - I offer mv farm, a Una ted In the town of t'alaia. I mile from village of North Monorir and North M'Witnelicrt ream-! ery ta. : farm conata of 114 arrea of lanV I snore or Inm ..it.),'- --11.-1 im- rultivateri , -, Wants. Lent and and pastare land: ad youne orrnsrd andAUL.IUA YOU WILL FIND OI R HARNESS PRICES KliJHT HniE Til FY HAVE HELM ALL SUMMER: NO HIGHER VET. r-t bidder, Tuesday, Novemter 24, t I! Yka-k ia the irn.n, at my farm, Vn. asi aa the ( rtatal t-fr,f farm OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Oft r hi Reaaa 88. Milee KeUasng (a f e eonas foe the fret tneenasa sad ewala for each eubsouueat tasertaMa. HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE (4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER FOR SALE lire main ani (.. .4 lot )f email fsrm t-.s.: B s,,,, , th ,4 . , ' r the Intnur or f arrsr farm, I at.-d 2 Ll,, It tea , : . '. . ,'Tl I I n-IIOM l.i l m l a.Mita Sm. L - - , Ikh f'ks SUGAR TOOLS 'if r 11 " ? I n si a -te alii 41 t-ro ' a-al vwas e onaVr T t; CROPS t-..is it. stffw-ra. a lu(V..tIoa. j and Lewhv ona. rt a nana-snaae twery I m;i-a fr.-tn M..ttil.er Ot , ia t 1., rakea. Intra, rlr. i '"' anS mXerl ; ate rtl,fr-U toaj viit 1 ..k . !' "wfo- Hre t na . he iH rM. tJ 581... 15 Uf L.ll ILL' H Om. F fOIHS, 8. II as and, MW.'-;- ZZ. T toaTTn, V'-"vT T." am., aaosioay. i-r. . D.n,.r ... .nasi . . a-i. a.. m- t ts rsnwa; m Mir on rxnitvE . FtiR SALE or e-.rhane for ci'v "or, ! VT . i,T j7i,l. I lr farm of 7? arre la falsa ; aauiltftr B . . v-. 1 w n.. el fatling rnninr swr at house ! nrf fears : sn-Me f ma Mon'tlier ens f nn! .ill aell farsr. stock, tools, and n7-' thine to estafy any presperttve riolomef : I rood and Mn-en-fatlma o-si. r at hoose end , haea A re P. sU-non. aarrM-r. North Mont, i X ,fiu4 ; Ten Extra Good Shoats. Weight HELP WANTED MIDWIFERY any rrooe In -or. ra tit swoy. ehol4 he rlee to he-s h. na an UmA ii,ei ee. aa- sr.H fw.'s ahow? the rarMf.n I mi! et'-.-d in t.d ?,aj..-; a k! of atraw, J'J euh n as I owe H out the I J.1(... . ts and .a la t4 l- "k."r! '"T" w ( or - ' rnne. --w vn .n rove oa KM i.f t." etatly it I.ST. ... , le II. ..f naaT had ensay V- - ' tiasnrafe, I ass A ,m rootatrad t sen. any who may eased the aeev- rVocs ares af a antdwife ae oketstne a.a. tat- IIOlEHOLn n'RMTl RE Mr-. Elir.btlh U Oalr r"'''.' f t fuil (Lan.W aw toa. 4 arfi.!e r-i. eis'tresee enr! aj-r-r-f. 4t fnat'ioT a. M ,4 -.'i., a and ti" liod.i rrr. 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