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THE JIAItllK DAILY' TIMKS, J1AHHK, VT., THDHSDAY, DKCKMHLIt 17. 101 1.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF IKTERK8T FROM DIFFEREKl SECTIONS Bristol Man To Go Before Addison Coun ty Court Dec. 28. Mi.Mlrlmry, Die. 17. Tlie trial of Don A. HiNbre, tli Hritol "druujjiHt," who was lust week iiitlictril by a aprcinl Tlio hnndlwicr rnt from the arm of Mrs. I amnA jury on four roup' a for twin- Mae I'uj in Hurlinjiton a few nijjlitit lnupliti!r lu ronncvtion with thn dentil was found on the verunda of a nearby i of 13 men who em ly in November drank BISBEE CASE POSTPONED. hoiiMO with evervthitur in it which it originally contained except tlio money. For the past six month Urattleboro ha been exceptionally free from conta gious diseases, and at the present time, only three houses are posted, one for scarlet fever, another for chickenpox and the third for infantile paralysis. Over $100 has been raised in Benning ton for the tmflVring Belgians, and the women of that town have also sent five boxes of articles. Ernest Gray, who was recently scald ed by falling into a vat of boiling water at the factory of the Cooper Manufac turing company in Bennington, and who was in one of the Troy hospitals under treatment for a number of weeks, lias returned home and seems to be making pood recovery. He will be compelled to grow new skin on practically his whole body. It is announced that a formal protest against Sunday evening concerts at the theatre haa been mad by every pastor in Rutland to the Commisioner of Pub lic (Safety Francis Tracy. Mr, and Mrs. William H. Goodnow Observed their .Wth wedding anniversary at their home in Newfane, (Saturday. For eight years Mr. fioodnow was a merchant In Xewfane, for 25 years in Boston and for 17 years was connected with a sav ings bank in Cambridge, Mass. lie was a musician in the Civil war and saw one year of service participating in the battle of Gettysburg Thar. Is more Catarrb In ttaU Motion of the eountry tliaa all other diseases put together, and until the last few year, waa supposed to be Incurable. For a great msnjr jtr doctor! pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and bj cuastautlj falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Science baa prolan Catarrb to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires conatltutloual treatment. Hall'. Catarrb Cure, manufactured br F. J. Cheney at Co., Toledo. Ohio, la the only Constitu tional core on the market. It Is taken internally In dose from 10 drone to a teaspoouful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollara foe any eaae It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CIIENET & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by Druggists, 76c. Tak. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. a poisonous beverage, alleged to have lx'en procured at the Bisbee store which was set to begin in Addison comity court yesterday, was postponed to Mon day, Dec. 28. The grand jury also returned two in dictments against Hisbee for illegal liquor selling. While no announcement is made it is expected that Hisbee will be tried upon the manslaughter charge. Not since the Knstwood trial here about 15 years ago has there been so much local interest in a case in court. It is believed that the triul will not oc cupy over four days. Attorney General Herbert 0. Barler of Brattleboro and State's Attorney F. W. Tuttle of Vergennes will present the state's case. Superior Judge VVillard W. Miles of Barton will preside. Auction Sale of CITY IS PLAINTIFF. Burlington Sues for 96,000 Against Liabil ty Company. Burlington, Dec. 17. The city of Bur lington through A. h. Sherman, city at torney, brought suit yesterday in coun ty court against the Employers' Liabili ty company to recover if 0,000 in settle ment of claims growing out of the Leary case where death was alleged to Imvo been caused by faulty electric light w ires, owned by the city. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OK A11H1E M. KDWAKDH The iinilersliriieil. having Ixwn auimliit.e.1 lv th honorable probate court for the district of ' W a.liinulun, I OMMIKKIONiittS, to receive, examine, find adjtint the claims and ilrmanil.i of all person ag-nlnst the estate of Alpine M. Kilwanls, late of Uarr. Town, in said district, rioceaawl, unit all claims exhibit,,) n ofUft thereto, hereby iriv. notice that we will moot I for the purpose aforesaid, at the rnidenre! of W. J. Clnpp, In the city of Hair, in said district, on the Uth day of January and 8th ' day of May next, from ii o'clock n. m. unril i , o'clock p. m.. on each of said diiys, and that i six monlha from the Uth day of Novi-mlier, A. D. 1014, ia the time limited by said court 1 ror aald creditors to preeeni their claims to ua for examination and allowance. Dated nt Uarre. VU, th 14th day of Decem ber, A. D. 1UI4. FRANK V, II ANCROFT, GKO. E. C. WHKATON. C'ommissionera. Dee. 17-24-81 Cured His RUPTURE I wan badly ruptured while lifting a trunk overal year ajfo, Doctors naiii my only hope of cure was an operation. Truuea did me no frool. Finally 1 got hold of something: that quickly and completely cured me. Yenm have panned and the rupture hat never returned, although I am doing hard work as a carpen ter. There waa no operation, no lost time, no trouble. I have nothing to tell, but will irive full information about how you may find a complete cure without operation, if you write to me, EuKene M. Pullen, carpenter, 70SA Marcel I us avenue, Mftnnsfiuan, N. J. Bettr cut out this notice and show it to any other who are ruptured you may save a life or at leant stop the misery of rupture and the worry and danger ot an operation. WOOD, HAY, POTATOES FOR SALE Examinations for Pharmacy. The regular quarterly meeting of the Vermont state board of pharmacy will be held at the Stat House at Montpelier, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 111 15, at 10 a. m. to ex amine candidates desiring registration in pharmacy and to transact any other bus iness which may properly come before them at that time. THOUSANDS SHELTERED. Homeless and Jobless Men Cared for in Chicago. Chicago, Dec. 17. Forty-one hundred homeless Kind jobless men were given led8 m two municipal lodginghousen and the Dawes hotel Tuesday night, the third night of the present cold wave. Negotiations were completed bv city authorities yesterday for another lodg ing building which w ill house 1,000 men. Inasmuch as I have leased my farm, I will sell a few runs of good dry block maple wood and also a quantity of limb wood, at prices from $2.25 up. About 20 tons of choice se lected horse hay and about five tons stalk hay; must be sold. Trice, $15.00 per ton. A quantity of potatoes, extra good, smooth, white and mealy, 50c per bushel in 5-bushel lots. Above Must Be Sold V Lewis K. Averill D. Na. t, Barr. Telephone 3)1.1 Why the Movies Will Help Rather Than Harm the Theatre. In the course of an interesting inter view with Cvril Maude, the famous Eng lish actor, in the January Woman's Home Companion, Mr. Maude explains in part as follows why he thinks the movies will help rather than injure the theatre: "'So many American interviewer have asked me if 1 am not afraid that the legitimate drama will be hurt by the present "craze" for pictures. Not at all! The drama has always competed with other forms of entertainment, and has always held its own. 1'oor spoken drama will go down before the lllra- drama. but good drama will go triumph antly forward. You cannot satiafy the public completely by appealing to one sense on) v. "'Hut I do maintain that in the end the legitimate, the fpuken drama will gain heavily by the moving picture craze, as you call it. I hint that here in Amer ica, as in Kngland, there is a certain per centage of the population which still lie lieves the theatre to la' a power for evil. "'Now these people have been drawn to the picture theatres through what is known as the educational lilm. There they have seen dramatic classic repro duced, the Shakespearean tragedies and eonwdies, "Quo Yadis. ' and dozens of modern masterpieces. They now see the drama as a power for pood, the theatre as a forum for the discussion of aorial, civic, and indnitriol problems. (Jradual ly theae one-time sportier of the drama are coming to the legitimate theatre,'" Plainfield Town Meeting December, 1914. Dated at rialnfleld, Vt., tlisa day. Use. 2. A. U. 1814. E. J. BARTLETT, W. H. MARTIN AND BURT BATCHELDER, selectmen of Plalnfteld, Vermont. WHEREAS, a vacancy has occurred on the board of school directors in the town of I'laln field. in the county of Wnj.liir.Hon and state of Vermont, and such vacancy atill exista In said board of school dirertora except for the temporary appointment made by the selectmen of Haid town. AND WHEREAS, the undersigned Wal vot er of the town of Plainfield. Vermont, believe j Id ahould be held for the purpose of elrxtinw a school director to till such vacancy, NOW THEREFORE, we, the undersigned le gal votera of the town of Plalndeld, Ver mont, hereby request and petition the honor able board of aelectmen of said towji of Plain Aeld to call a special town meeting for the purpone of electing a school director to rill the vacancy on tlie board of school directors, in accordance with section 8436 of the public statutes, AND WE. the undernamed, hereby renuest the selectmen of the town of Plainfield to call a special meeting forthwith in accordance with law and to do any other business when met. NAMES. 7-20-4 packed in bo mi of twentf-fW mak ft (t-f-atrabl h-rU-dmy gift for a smoker. On wmiw oj an nniewii cir&r nu urui lor. x-.Br.rr i aii ma- im nn 01 i -r v ifn in in rid. factory. Manchtr, N. H. I STOP AT REVERE HOUSE uosroN Hot and fold watw. long distance , h"- in every room roome vita batik C uinine and ric unexcelled. II e r-r Day and fewer RFAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY On account of poor health, 1 am unabl to carry on my farm, so' will aell the name at public auction, to the highest bidder, on Saturday, December 19, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises. This farm is known a the (.'assius Feck or R. II. Simmons farm, located in the town of Brook field, N't., 1 mile north of Bond Village, and 5 miles from Williamstown, on the main road from Williamstown to Brookrleld, and contains 20H acres of land, more or less; about 60 acres of very productive fields, machine mowed. This is a great hay farm and has produced BO bushels of oata nr mra and 3-1(1 lllisllels 1)1 notatOCS Kol..... f farm ia in r.asfnre. thilt 8 specwl town meeting of the votera of l i v.v, - i Mthe town of Plalntlcl timber anil woodland, teome soiiwooo timber ready to cut, and alarge amount of hard wood ; nice young fruit orchard Farm will keep 20 cows, some young stock and team; buildings consist of 3 basement barns, a number of sheda and outbuildings. A cood 10 or 12-room house: buildincs all in very good condi tion; never-failing water at house and barn. One mile to town, high school, stores, etc., and o miles to a good rail road town. This is a first-class proposi tion for a homo and, a money-making farm. PERSONAL PROPERTY consists of THIRTEEN COWS HoLsteins, Jersys and Ayrshires some now fresh, balance coming in soon; 1 2-year-old registered Holstein bull, no better blooded bull in the state; 2 calves, 3 hogs, 1 sheep and some poultry; 3 horses, 1 pair 8 and !) years old, weight about 2,200 lbs., a splendid farm team; 1 Inrire 10-vear-old work horse that weighs 1,400 lbs. CROPS so to 40 tons of hay, all harvested in nice shape; 8 or 10 tons of straw and a quantity of ensilage; shout 300 bu. of oats. A complete list of FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY, as follows: 1 4-horse-power International gasoline engine, 1 new corn harvester, reaper and binder, grain drill, ensilage cutter and carrier, circular saw rig, set of farm trucks, w ith bov body and rack, top buggy, express wagon, sleds and sleighs, mowing ma chine, horse rake and tedder, riding plow and walking plows, harrows and 3 culti vators, corn planter, sheep power, potato sprayer, grindstone, 1 set of light double harnesses, 1 set of double work har nesses, 1 single drive harness, with small tools such as chains, hoes, forks, rakes, shovels, etc. A good farm and a good lot of personal property. Kvervthing goes without limit or reserve, for the reason above given. Wry liberal terms on both resl estate and personal prop erty will be given at time of pale. Lunch at noon. W. M. AND VERA JONES, Owners. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. jn::attmm:ttmajna:m:mtn:u 1915 Overland $795 Call and take demonstration and convince yourself of the val ue of the car. I Cutler's Garage 310 No. Main Street, riarre. VU r::ni:::an:tt:::::njanin:a::ua:j:aja Alaon fi. Smith. E. V. Duke, O. J. SL Cyr, Geo. Roll, A. Davia, R. D. Richards, M. McLeod. I.. L. Knapp, H. BnU-helder, D. W. Mosea. M. L. Whitcomb, Homer St. Cyr, Frank Richardson, s. e. Smith, J. Bailaw. F. G. Hoyt, H. A. Keniston, John Ryan, E. W. Stowe, C. St. John. E J. Colby. F. H. BrulTee, C,o. Whitcher, Milford Kiair, H. E. Cate, Daniel Hudson, Helen Ryan, John W. Fowler, Goo. St. Cyr. WAROTNG FOR SPECIAL TOWN MEETING. Application having been made for that pur pose by the above named, the leifal voters of the town of Plainfield are hereby notified And warned to meet at the town hall on Monday, Decern her 28, 1914, at 10 a. m.. to act on the follownig- bueinecs: Article 1. To elect a school director to fill the vacancy on the board of school directors in accordance with section 8485 of the public statutes. Art. 2. To transact any other ajsinma that may It-Kelly come before the meeting. Dated at Pluinfield. this 10th dav of Decern. ber, 1914. E. J. BARTl.ETT, W. H. MARTIN. B. B. BATCHELDER, Selectmen. 2:9114 -6 . Eh YOU'LL LIKE the furs we offer; they're so luxuriant in quality, so attractive in style, and above all so warpi and comfortable. OUR FURS are carefully selected and made by the experts, yet we chanre no more than la often asked for inferior grades. Why don't you come in and try on some of theae new models T We also make a specialty of High-Class Work in FLK REPAIRING. I. STEK0LCHIK 43 State Street Montpelier, Vt FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Tlmea will publish Wanta. and Foiinrl r, Rl Tn Let- ate. short adver. tiaements-at the rata of four line for t-"; five renta for th. Aral Insertion and flva eenta for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FARMS FOR SALE t)K EXf""14 good renting property: farms lb?, ""'j hP i , ... u,ni location. J. 1 ruin u iu 1 " " -- Stewart, Northfleld, Vt. F. C. LITTLE FARM FOR BALfc A grand farm opportunity, and a money maker. I..0UU income per year. This farm has beer Mn th. Little family for a century and is offered for sale becaus. must go to warmer climate . over i!0U acres near heart of th. Harr. nitfJ" . i r,,. ,,urriea. mllea to Uarre i........ l. in h world: all prod- uce sold direct to consumer; T!iarnm lust year from augar orchard $600, poultry $1,(KI0, dairy $2,600, mUk route, 1M nts. dally, only y-m" trip; 800 or 400 bearing apple trees, yielding about 200 bbls. oer year; 4 acres young Me n- Uh apple tree.. I acre, bearing rnapberries and blackberriee. aell from liiV.c to lKe qt.. great bearera and very proftUble ; gold th la aeuaon 8 tons cabbage lnm 1 acre, s.u bu. potatoes from 5 acres, nearly all other vegetables equally as good ; 2-story dwelling I hn,,y. hi.iii in innn. with hot water and fur nace; eatimafd value of hard and .oft wood on farms. 34,000 ; poultryhousa and workshop built in Kill and 1B12. I invite your inspec tion of farm and books: every statement proven ; pric. reasonable and include costly sugar and poultry eo.ulpm.ent. F. C. Little, owner, telephone 888-13, Granitoville. Vt. iitill BUSINESS CARDS O. W. HODflDON, M. I). HYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ten Year. In General Practice Office at Residence, Sanborn Block ARCHIE L. GOODRICH PIANOFORTE TUNER PLAYER PIANOS A SPECIALTY Formerly with Chlckering A Sons, Roe ton Now with Bailey's Muaic Room. Barre Thone 21-W NATIONAL MA7,Jdl V-' , A Good Time for Better Light Hour after hour, in thce Jonjr niphts. rvcry rarlxn larrp in your hme in waslirp current n4 lipht. Why pit more light for Christma. without parir more for current ? We g-uarantee three times & much Iipht from HUCKEVE MAZDA EA.MPS tit the f arl-)Ti larrp c mr.t ct triple I?pht w ,!h eery larr.p. Hay now. MAZDA l.pht i the only l.pht f r chcc-rf-I h -m on a inte-r' n.pht. The Barre Electric Company Administrator's Auction Sals of Stock, Tools snd Crops A. I have sold thp Dix fann at private hIi I will Kill at pulilir aurtion tn tlx? hifliot buiiicr on tin1 j.rinii- ktuiun a the M. W. Ii x farm in Harrt- Town, on t lie Karll atn-t roai lalin to r.at MnntpWier, alwut 2'i milra from Iiarrc City, thr follow ing d irribfci t aoiial iioTty: 5.3 HEAD OF STOCK Tools, Crops, and Machinery ThirtV COWS. 5 fr"sh. halanr tct ! tr-h in eariy nprinp anl all ln-fore May I, all Holft in, j.'ood airw, young j and in ck ordi-r; 7 l'n'r-nlj lnil.r. ll.il-l. in. wi ll mark'-.l ami titv fii' t . to tr'-hn ttna irinff, 5 ht'ifi-r ahr.j r) arlin).r. g ai7-. rvtra line; thor l uiKrilr'i lloUtrin tiull; 1 Ho!tin Inill. ill month old; I tir. i-Tv faro v tiii, ! ' months ohl ; I nHi hiillislf; I Lav mr'l ' atH,t M ..r. ,,U. v.awl ..rk,T and MERCHANT TAILORING ilrioT, in nrdT. w-irht alnnit l.l1"1! i Tlia. : I 1" var -old tnare. lao v lirmf; .1 r.riKxl mum, all fo farrow in "Manh; ! i ILrkshiri-.. I White C1i.-tr, full Llood Tools and Machinery PLAINFIELD, VT. Telephone 91-43 DR. A. C. FOSTER Dentist Howltnd Bid., Room 16 Phone 371-W HOURS: 8 to 12 ; 1 to I Evenings bj Appointment AUCTION SALE AT THE City Auction Market will be discontinued until after the conclusion of the auction sales at the New York Bargain House, as I am selling there each day and evening. The City Auction Market will be open each day for private sale as usual. A Few Warm Ones for Cold Weather NO. 870104 acres ; 85 to 40 acres of til 1 aae, whic ia all machine mowing; ; 25 to 80 acres of woodland and one of the beat suar orchards in town ; from 700 to 8011 sugar trees, ouiiiped with 645 buckets, iron arch, etc. ; 1 year's supply of su-ar wood all ready ; an ex cellent fruit orchard ; estimated to be 40,000 ft. of softwood timber: considering- the loca tion, beinn only about 14 miles from saw mill, with no hill, this is of considerable value: produced from SU to 40 tons of hay bint season and keei from 16 to 20 head; new. miind ilo. 10i!4 ft.: an 8-room house in irood condition J has recently been painted and papered inside; Rood cellar, best of running water at house and barn: with the farm, the owner wishes to aell 1 horae, weiichinir about 1,160 Ihs., an extra (rood worker and driver; 8 (trade cows, 2 2-year-old heifers, 1 calf ; all the hay, ailaxe. some pot"", mow inn ma chine, new a year a"o: horsa rake and weeder, also new within a year; horse hoe, aprinK tooth harrow, pung sleiirh with sled and body, new pair work harneases which cost $65.00 ; sinsrle work harness, sinirle drivinn harneas, small tool and all suirar tools ; will sell every thing for 13,200.00; terms, 11,600.01) down; balance on time. This property is located only about 1 Vi mile, from the famous North Mont pelier creamery and 4 to 4 a milea Iran Plainrfeld ; mail, delivered ; telephone lines TO KENT TO KKNT Two tvnrmenta in rntlaa'. hous. next to Iiodirv's Creamery, Apply at sh. creamery, Mltf TO KKNT-Furnished front room with all modern conveniences. InguliD of Mr., ti. M. Hurrouiihs, 17 hurch street. 23ltf TO KENT -Front furnished room with mod em convenience. ; privilege of aettina- one'a own meala if desired. 72 Franklin street 1 tel. 75-W. 28110 TO KKNT-Downstair, tenement of 5 rooms with aaa llKhta and ranxe, apring- and city water. Knijuire at & East street; tel. 178-12. J. N. Mrlllan. 231l,lf KOR KENT House on Franklin .treeU I2B.00. 2aHlf Kill KENT CotUKs hous on Perry street. IHi.oo. Tm IOK RENT -Tenement on Foster street, $9.00. 22Mt FOR SALE OK KXCHANGE J farms. 22tf Telephone 314-2 II. A. PHEI.PS CO.' TO RENT-Tenement for rent, on flnit Armr ''h, modern Improvements and furnace heat. i rieasant street. E. L. Densmore. 22itf TO RENT-FumUkJ . .1 llKhted. Call at 4 West street: tel. 228-4. 281t TO KENT Downstair, tenement of 6 rooms. II modern improvements, at yfl Merchant street, lnuuire at 24 Merchant street. -J26tf TO RENTKlty.k.,1 . 1 t i.i. .... nlshed with stove and bath and everything; but heat; attic sleeping-room and storeroom connected. Apply 10 Averill street 228tf TO KENT Two r,r thr.- I. ,., n- furniahed rooms, with bath,' furnace heat; light housekeeping- privilege if desired. Ap-: P'y at 78 Merchant street. 229t6 TO RENT A inill tenement .1 11 rhnrh "tret! will b ready Dec. 1. Inquire of Dr. O. O. Slickney. 218tf TO RENT Two front Offices ; corner of North Main nil r.mnlta streets. Apply at Creamery. 800 Noitb Main trit- 186tf TO RENT Ixiwor tenement, Quarry' street, with barn and earriagehouse, Jce small family; lUj mile, from Barre City; terms moderaU for tha winter. Box 72. K. f. D. No. 4. 1Wtt FOR SALE CHICKENS Nice ones for roasting; dressed weight, 5 to 6 rh. each; will sell alive or dresied. The Cumming Farm, East Hill. Barre, Vt ; tel. 489-M. 233t6 tOR SALE One orjran, 1 Glenwood rartia with hot-water front, as good as new, Niw Home sewing machine and other articles itjt enumerated. Can be seen at 166 Hill street at any time. 231-6 A ONE-HORSE SAWING MACHINE FOR oALE - Nearly new; all complete, with three saws; will sell cheap. Apply John H. Jones. 84 Tremont street. 23213 0. H. HALE, iflK Attention, Horse Owners! W. carry the larreat Una of Harness; Illankets and Horse Furnishings of any con cern in Washington coanty, and our price, art the lowaat. Cam and see. Our little factory is equipped ta manufacture anything In the Harness Una. Plenty of competent workmen t. give you prompt attention and Irst-clasa wort: AIR COMPRESSORS We are specializing pass; this is an exceptionally good proposition , power driven, all makes and sizes, guaranteed ii you arc "mn iu, um.ii-... j cunuiiion. nena us your inquiries. Geo. 8. ana one worm more money umu ui uuoens, zuu congress street, Boston. bougnt lor. '" NO. 866120 acres, located only 1 mile from town ; on thus farm at a good trout pond, which the owner has stocked wiiji 20.000 trout during the past three years. This place will carry from 20 to 25 head and team ; produced 30 tons of hay last year; sugar orchard of 800 trees ; a good grafted fruit orchard ; the main barn ia 45x72 ft., newly shingled; has silo and basement : tie-up. for 26 head ; 7-room housei, newly papered and painted ; running water at house and barns : Uiis farm ia pleas antly situated ; with the farm, the owner will sell 4 full-blooded Jersey cows. 6 grade Jer seys. 2 2-year-old heifer., 2 small calves, 2 yearling heifem, 1 pr. 6-year-old Morgan horses, worth from f 400.00 to 1500.00; 9 shoata, 1 brood sow, 50 hens, 2-horee farm wagon, new express wagon, open buggy, sleigh. 2-horae aled. work harnesnes, single driving harness, single work harness, horn rake, spring-tooth harrow, weeder. cultivator, 6'i0 to 600 sap buckets, storage tank, draw tubs, etc., Del.aval cream separator and other dairy tools, all reaily for Immediate posseanion : price for all, $4,500.00. 234tf FOR SALE -About 700 ft. It; gal. wire rope, been ueed for 7 guys on derrick in 13 pieces with clips and clevies ; 2 heavy chains for stone work with stone hooks : will sell f. o. b. car. for 3c lb. ; all iron hand derrick, never ui-ed a month, 4 2-sheave blocks for Hi rope, $26.00. W. B. Carpenter, Bradford, VU 229tf SHERMAN N. PARKER North Main Street Barre, Varment ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Granite Mutual Insurance Compal.y of Barre. Vt.. will be held at the home office of said company, in the city of Bar.-e, Vt., on Tuesday. January 6. 1915, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing directors for the ear ensuing and th transaction rf any other buMireaa which may properly cone before said mrrttnK. It. ii. UOHINSON, See. NO. 86( Oim of the best farms in Wash ington county nearly 70 acres of perfectly level tillage land; about 100 acres of pasture and woodland; 2',j milea from Barre City; without doubt, one of the beet barns in this section; good house; thaa is a money-making proposition, and if looking for a farm which will kep a lot of sKork and near Hnrre t.ity, this will appeal to you. Let ua give you fur ther particular.. 2S4t FOR SALE A National cash register; 6 drawers: in first-class condition; will be sold at a bargain. Call at Dodge's creamery. 218if, CHRISTMAS WREATHS, well made with fresh evergreens ; just what you need to add the holiday look to your home; write me ant I will deliver them at 25c each. John R. Booth. 8 Cherry street, Barre. 22')tl6 FOR SALE Loose horse and cow hay. E. Carleton, 21 Highland avenue; 'phone 441-11 217tf FOR SALE Scott's delicious extracted honey at house. 19 Richardson street. E. M. Lyon's store. Smith 4 Cumings. the F. D. Ladd Co.; guaranteed pure bees' honey. 213tf Your real estata wanta will receive prompt attentam. A large list to choose from; eight offices, all doing business. Auctioneering property handled at reason able rates. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland-Cav. Building, Barre, Vermont ANNUAL MEETING EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AMI CON(ERT-OrCHESTRADANCE 2$ Nelson .tr Teiepkan. 421-12 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA prSIC FOR ALL OCCA KIOVS LATEST AND MOST roPl'LAK ML'SIC FOR SAI.E-Th W. F. RichardVon real ca ts te. situated in Barre City and Barre Town, consisting of house on Hill street near Patter son sti-eet: double houe on upper Hill street: double house on Summer street ; double house on Mount street ; double house on Elmore street : and 2 double house, on Camp street : barn dealrned for remodeling into hous. : out- ' FOR SALE-Richly bred Holrtein bulls, ready for servioe; grand sons of the grent Pontiac Thorndyke, from advance register dams. W. B. Dodds & Sons. Norih Hero. Vt 212t36 ri'LVERIZED SLATE STONE FOR SALE In any quantity; the proper article for -alk. drives or cellar bottoms : oeltvered In any quantity. Inquire of N. M. Nelson. 20 Mer chant street. 146tf FOR SALE E. M. F. 80 touring ear In perfect condition ; thoroughly overhauled and repainted. Apply at Capital Garag. Co., Court street, Montpelier. Vt ?2tt LOOSE HAY FOR SALi fnqutr. of Will 8. Page. l South Main street. I4lf The annual meeting of the stockholders of he Temple's National Bank of Barre will be ! houea easily converted into garages: pasture hold at the banking mom of said bank in the land: wood lota 1 on upper part of home IT CERTAINLY PAYS city of Uarre, VU, on January It, 1915, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpiai of etarting di rectors for the year ensuing and the transac tion of any 0 her business which may proiierly com before said mating. W. C. JOHNSON. JR.. Cashier. 22912S NOTICE I TELEPHONE JJ-:i BARKE, VT. ALSO CLEANING. PRESS ING AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 122 Norta Mam ".tree Barre, Vermont Srretary wanted for 1H Granite Manufac turer.' AocMUnn of Barre. Vt; must be well qualified and with A-Nx 1 references : an excellent opportunity for a bright, aggnsesive man. State salary fiii-tcit Appla-ationa must be reoived by Saturday. Itecember 19. and will only be opened by tb board of directors. Address Hoard of Dirertorm, Gran ite Manufscturera' Asportation, Barn. Yt 23-U farm. 1 rear Wilson cemetery. 1 on E. mad; building lota on Harold street and V. View : also building lota on horn farm. For further particular, or information, apply to Edith M. Carr. Admx.. Barre. VU I72tf to lake time to see Colton if you want some, thing in hi. line- Sleiirhs, Ilsrness, Far teats and Rohea. Blankets, Stable Supplies. Bsrr, IULIU. B4 slAii aimti FOR SALE Lumber, dimension IA necll ty : green wood. 12.60 delivered in city, for cash : wanted, men and teams lo work In woods F E. Downing, tel. 20S-4 Barre. or 2B.O Washlngum. 191ttf Farms and Citv Property For Sale MONTPELIER MORE HORSE COLLARS New lot of ("o'lera just in; itnall a lfi-im-h and as lar?o a 21-inch. '"Yon ran alwava find tlio air. at Colton'i." COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER Mow inff machine, 2 lmr rake, 1 lutn- , l-r .pim with hay ri and t-irn wap-in. dune-art. printlmd h barrow. avtiM'l rarmw, rultnaf.-r, 2 awt-di-r' tarnt'T' r'il r, j-rin 1f mo, ptml pn wag'ti, at. aft. anrl pole, t"neat-j -r, a piil iw. amall fpri-' wac ii. img aled s-sr-r- leir'i. 2 d'iv-, imt !ikh. nm tlaii'T. I M.andeai .T'-am ..i.araf.r. itarttiailv iixl 14 stud II Blaacfcarg BaiMInf hut l.ttl. ; real cart: 2 . ,arTtM.es, I 1 r..-artr n- w drivire; Lrnr.; at.d a'l - . Bill i".i. ..Hi . ,.., f.ni.., ,!,,,,,. UIC. Ir I It. MAHTiyt lar. --rT. (; 'f r- s, . th , ....th., hc. OSTEOPATHIC PIIVSICIAN DR. G. I. T. HAYES """ MEDICAL AXD SURGICAL DISEASES FECCLIAR TO W0MEJT (iMIf f H" t 4 P M T'HWt. It-v aa4 Saturday. Am tr Ajpeiattnent Tat U Christmas Flowers Christmas will soon be here and so to pet your orders in early you should pe t our price list now. j l4 MAIN MRHET BVRUVCTOS. T. I ' .. . , I NO. 2Hrt- FOR SAI,F, Ui-rr farm. V3 milm fmm Hrr ity ; npr in tilWir. baiiinra nuturv. tinier ntl wiM.lnd ; t iritjd ti h S M t nftwocd timlr M ianr atnmint of hiirii -ond ; iuiriar orrvrd, rt V,,l nerl. r A-l.-U 1 rw fntm funr fid n.rhini fno4P,i ; will rut m un of hy I COLTON nn4 will kr h h of and mm a hMem4nt twrr.., and : -tTi- rhlon.. ilf and rrrrkwhrnin; n-rlr fA 1' rmm hrui : itT at lvu and hart; R I' I and tflihot4P Mrm ; onr t!l U t'm aln nr mill immI aiwk, rrrm and t.tl a ( 4tf tnrAm irf Bf and rwr: nrv ; ftr far-m tm that rrmt ''fl ; d nr r w in ir -Tiit KMMfMia nd grivc K-mroh a ird trmd trn thit. i.t.'tf 5-A 5-A 5-A 5A 5-A liLANKKTS WEAR HEST 5-A BLANKETS FIT REST W hs a big assortment fr assail kra t hit hra t4 STATE STREET MOVTPF.LILK IIELr WANTED WANTKO Man with familr to stork r fa'-m ; miit be wd lo hanillirtg hiwsai ana oirn. AlTly to R. C. 4rry. f-aet Mmt iwiier, C; tii.h"n 1-W. iSlf 4 N'TFt F(rtla 1-ettT for the (viihiM mul. AiH'ly to J. P. Corssi sV it Hay and Crop PERRY & NOONAX Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMHUANn: SLUVICE Spia1 Orders for Furr.iftire t .fl TH ICS -S IJ'l-Mt tlTIrtr "tV'T , rte 7. . ABOUT o TONS OF HAT. i .... c Ur: 6 105 S OT HAV, X Us I arH fc tot 4jf t-m at th t I it . ' W farm, (M'.'fi wi " H m . ) A (-4 ifi'- Mai ft "i -la T-i'iT'lUm ti f iHt ft'A"!t, n VeJfiEsiay, Decemter 23 ( " '!' t It. t.e t.-i i) -f - m4 stirt nr i " t -e - It -! 4 ' -,m m-T - (?.'. ii t V, . fit fTl. f"t . 1"m t ' E. O EIKT. A'."! V. ! g D A. fl ST. Ar-M, rr a It. Mil. rtaCMtng Yaialarac C rtia'a a as. at'xasr. Ti .a m " l m af4 1 te 4 sr. Ttas4ai aa4 Trt4r MIDWIFERY "-' arair yi' . 1 ana NOTICE m airS' atr tn'f Uas r- k a a SB.a-iJ aw "etne . 4-sss Mr. Orasflh jl Clair A HARD COLD - In a !-! r r t' tr srtl, titvu-t ' ran-, if f..'tJ v,f I a. -fs" f .? frs 1 f-?--,? ej.twf! X mni tk ?.': tif .- i, rv.:i -re-7br Art Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest ani test Stfck and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. NO J! IOR fHI.E. farm rf ar-w ' a ewwntre eiller . Jn sfna i t' hianr isuitur and ti-l-r ta4 : e'tmi '! t S,.n. h l'i . of .ftro-i i.ssIm-t aft4 a ri i - ( YrAmv ; 'r Salle tn a tm ! WAVTM" A ' smill aa snMis f.r'ory : fnjlt or- mast h a a-wal wiJker. rhard . farrn still het-pi a r.s an-t teem, l Sa 4. Iarre. t. I apr-nt ten ft4 l, a tfrnnr-t..n . rt-i. k.-nl-i.. : - - ar.4 sh: raT 1 rornns. a .4 fft halls J tmVHTir M n. 71. ' 4 nte, ; aater at he ant tat re arn nt-we and -!! em.it t- Inrs ail ia r--l ron-l'tK; ss't a sens et-et t flest Mif'. K Wuler, t,jn In , rh-ir, h r : yn ran tr t- I '..r-4. I If 3 thai farm srtth the ttmhrr that a r. tu ;.tt lo ..fc as a farrn ; K. A. ( utter, K t I' 2I3 J. V. DILLON SO ?? 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