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TIIK BARRE DAILY TIMES, RARRE, VT.( THURSDAY, DECEMRER 21. 10U.
9 ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINOS OK INTERFKT FKOM DlCFKKKNi 8FCT10NS Tim total Hpiiroiiriiitinn for srlionl pur ov in liurliiiytiin for t tie HaciiI ycur j umoiuiti'ii t !.. on. Tin' ltuptiHt cl'iiri'li ut KuHfx .Iimclion linn etvrmli'il ti full tu tlu- Knv. W. 1. Porter, of Miiinc, who pn'ai'hi'd tlicro Huiuluy. PER CENT. INSANE (i HEATER IN CITIES Vice nd Dissipation Are Two of the Chief Contributing Causes, Sayt Dr. J. A. Hill in Government Report on Inttane in Initiations, A turnip weighing 18 pound and measuring 128 inclice one way ami 30 the tlg "Tliciv tins. Im'cii a popular iniprcHHiim (livlnriM lr. Jiwr-ph A. Hill in u K'r'1 nii'iit report on tin insniiu in iuxlitu Dons, "that the lonely filiation of coun try life ia an important puuhb of inaan it v. The atatiatieH. however, indicate Tliere la mnro Catarrh In tbls section of tha euuutrj tuau all ulber dlsrasea ut Mmlhr, and until Ilia last frw years was auppuse.1 lu lie tiiturakle, tut a aiuai uiaur irara dtxtora ii..uouuii-il 11 a lixal Ulsrasv auil in-s.-flliel lueal remedies, ami by euusuiill; lulling lu cura Willi Iwal trealuii-ut, imiuuuurvtl It lucura lile, Mrlt-ure lias (inner, latarili In In a ci-uxlmtluual disease, anil ilii-refiue rr'iulna 1 1 t tiiul trsstiuuul Unit's Calarrh t urs, rnatmrurlured bjr K J. 1 limi'j A l". Tuled". niilo, la Ilia only loiiatltu tlunal cure uu the luurki-l. , II la tiiki-n ItiliTiiallr In dnses from 10 drops to a t, sspo'iufiil, It acta directly on Ilia bluixj anil minima atirfacaa of the avsli'ln. Thee .iff,., tina tiiiiiilri.il .IhIIuf. fn ' MIIV MU IT ruIlM til elll-M. Mxl,,! f.i. l.,ll,. ami ItiHdllllinllila. Adilross: P. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, Ohio, Hold br tlniglata, 75c Tuko Hall's family 1'llla fur eouitliiatloo. IIUSINESS CARDS other wuh raided hy C. V. Stoddard of Woleott. more lmtuni ty is mimed by the Itrnttlebnro has sent one hox of ar ticles to the IM Cross for the relief of the lelj?ian and is now preparing a sec ond one. The hotel property owned liy the Wal ter B. Johnson estate at Khspx Junc tion has been sold at miction to ft. A. Temple, whose bid was fl,700. At a meeting of the Rutland board of alderman Monday nitfht, it was voted to pureliaio a motor driven fire truck for the city. Mayor H. C. Brislin was ap pointed to do the purchasing. I. P. Titus has jimt transplanted ft good sized maple tree in his yard in Hardwiek. Although it is an unusual season for such improvements, Mr. Titus claims that it is just the time for sue cessful transplanting of large trees. Prof. Ct. ft Cherrie of South Newfane, who accompanied Theodore Roosevelt and others on their South American trip, leaves again next Saturday with anoth er party for Peru for scientific purposes. They will go to Colon, through the Isth mus of Panama, and expect to be gone about five months. The Hinesburg Belgian relief commit tee has just sent off two eases of con densed milk, one barrel of beans, two boxes of clothing containing 37 men's and women's coats and overcoats and a large quantity of miscellaneous articles, shirts, trousers, underwear, ladies' suits, tkirts, blankets, shawls, caps and child dren's clothing and $1".50 in money. A canvas was nimle of the whole town and almost everybody gave something. Last Sunday Samuel Wright began his 3.r)th year as crossing tender in Pownal. The i)ill providing a lineman for this croshing passed the legislature in 1SH0 I or the other of these diseases. This class and Mr. Wright was appointed to fill; of cases, however, formed only 10.4 per stress and strain, the keener eonipeti tion, the congested housing conditions, and the vice and dissipation of city life. In proportion to population the number of inmates of hospitals for the insane re ceived from urban communities is twice as great as the number received from rural districts. Of the fi0,7H! persons ad mitted to insane hospitals in U10, 3l,tl.r4 came from cities, villages, or other incor porated places of more than 2,500 inhabi tants, while 20,442 came from the small er towns or country districts, leaving 3,073 for whom the place of residence was not reported. "Of more significance, however, are the statistics showing the number of admis sions in proportion to the total popula tion of each class of communities. From rural communities 41 insane persons were admitted per 100,000 population; from the urban communities the ratio was 8fl per 100,000. These figures cover the en tire United States, but there is a similar difference in all sections of the country, Everywhere the ratio of admissions is higher, and usually much higher, from urban than from rural communities, al though the contrast is rather less strik ing in New Kngland than in other geo graphic divisions. It seeing probable, therefore, that the increase in the pro portion of total population living in cities has resulted in an increase of in sanity. Effects of Vice and Dissipation. "A partial explanation of the differ ence between city and country, as re gards their contributions to the hospitals for the insane, is found in the statistics of cases of general paralysis and of al coholic psychosis. These are forms of in sanity which, directly or indirectly, are caused by vice or dissipation. Of the total number persons Admitted to hos pitals in 1010, 16.8 per cent, or more than one-sixth, were afflicted with one STOP AT REVEREHOUSE iiosroN Hot and cold wator, Ion dlatanc Wlo !htne in every room. 80 room with bath. Cuisine and aervlre uneicalled. 11. UO Par Day and Upwarda iiction Sale OF the position and has continued to do so ever since, beginning his duties December 20 of that year. The death of Julian Willard, colored, oei'iirnd recently at his home in Cam bridgeport. Mr. Willard was well known as a blind musician, being able to play a number of different kinds of instru ments. His services weiv extended into ' four and one-half times as numerous as cent, or one-tenth, of the admissions from rural communities, as compared with 21 ppr cent, or one-fifth, of the admissions from urban communities. The ratio of such cases to 100,000 population was 4.3 for rural communities, as compared with 18 for urban; that is to say, in propor tion to population, the cases of this char acter received from the citv were about other towns, where he often took part in entertainments. EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE. Will Be Held t Montpelier Monday, Dec. 28, at Gtll of Superintendent. In accordance with a resolution pass ed by the Vermont State Teachers' asso ciation at its last annual session, State Superintendent of Education Mason S. Stone has called a conference for the pur pose of discussing the report of the com mission to investigate the educational fcystem and conditions in Vermont, such conference to be held in the Chamber of .Representatives at Montpelier at 7:30 on the evening of Monday, I?e. 28. This rail is extended to tlie association of I'nion Superintendents and to the Schoolmasters' club, each of which has voted for a special session for the pur pose of discussing the report herein named, and to the educational comtnis nioii. the board of education, the officers of the State Teachers' association, the officers of the Women Teachers' club and to various persona interested in the edu cational progress and welfare of the -ftate. The conference is called for the pur pime of promoting the educational inter ests of thp state by a consideration of the public elementary and socondnrr fccbools. Therefore, it -is requested that all discussion he confined to constructive measure, to fundamental principles and to the syatm a a whole, rather than to incidental or irrevent features of admin istration or to particular institutions, localities or interests. those from the country "When the cases of alcoholic psychosis and general paralysis are left out of ao eonnt, th ratio of admissions to hos pitals for the insane still remains higher from urban communities than from rur al, but the contrast becomes less strik- ling, the ratio for the other cases of in I sanitr being i8 per lOO.OoO for urban population, as compared with 37 per Iu0,. (KM) for rural." REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY ! As I have other business interests which require my whole attention, so I have no time to take care of this property, I have decided to sell at public auction to the highest bidder, oil TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises known as the Henry Holman, or Gray, farm in Randolph, about 4 miles from Randolph depot and 2 miles from Randolph Center, just off the man road leading from Randolph Center to Brook- field, the following described real estate and personal property: The HENRY HOLMAN FARM containing 100 acres of excellent land; 30 acres of tillage, level and free from stone, nice clay loam soil, the kind that Randolph Center is noted for; 3 pas tures, good ones; nice sugar orchard of 500 trees; plenty of lumber and wood for home use; a quantity of block wood; apple orchard of 100 grafted trees; house contains 10 rooms and is up in fine re pair; slated root; modern plumbing; hardwood floors downstairs; best of never-failing running water at house and barn; 2 basement barns, in good shape warm stables; silo; henhouse, plenty of shedroom. ilns property is located only 2 miles from the Vermont Agricultural School; 100 rods from one of the best district schools in the town. Milk cream taken at the door, and Randolph is one of the best milk markets in the state. Terms on real estate, $1,000.00 down balance easy. 15 HEAD OF REGISTERED AND HIGH GRADE JERSEY STOCK 0. W. HODGDON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Tan Vaara In General rrartlce Otfire at Keaidenca, Sanborn Work PLAINFIELD, VT. Telephone, 91-43 DR. A. C. FOSTER Dentist Rowland Bid., Room 16 Phone 37J-W HOURS t S to 12; 1 to I Evenings by Appointment EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND concert ORCHESTRADANCB 2J Nelaon Street Telephone 422-12 RILEY'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC TELEPHONE 342-21 BARRE, VT. MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING, PRESS- INO AND REPAlRINfi MOORE & OWENS 122 North Main Street Barre. Vermont ESTATE OP M. WILLARD MX Slt of Vermont. Wntrirt of Wanhlnirton, as. The Honorable Probate Court for the platrirt Afureiiuirl : To the helm nnd all persons Interested In Hie wtutv o( M. Willard Dlx. Inle ot the town of llsrre, in said district, dmieaaeil, UKKKTINR: VY lit. UK AS, application hath been made to Oli la court in wrilinu, by the ailniinUill'Hlor, piny in for lirenae and authority to aell all ot real eatt of aald dixeaned, to wit: SituaUd In tlw city of burif, town of Hnrro, and town of fiul MonlprlU-r, In anid district, brintr two Dulldlna- lota on French oaljtto. ao railed, In the eity of Hsitb; the home farm, including the widow 'a homiwtmd riKht therein, aituated In aaid town, of Harm and Knat Montpelier ; alao an undivided intercut in a rnttuKe in (niton, in the rnunty of Caledonia, rev renentinK to aald court that it would be brnetlt'ial to the helm and all pemona inter- wl In the aetate of amid deceased, to aell aaid real toetule and convert the earns Into money. And bringing into court the roiuent and approbation In writing, of all the helra to aid entfite residing in thla atate, and aetting forth the aituation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the aald court annoinud and assigned the 11th dy of January, lUlli, at the probate orlice in Montpelior, in aaid diatrirt, to hear aad deride upon aaid application and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to all peniona interntled therein, by Publishing aaid order, together with the tlmo and pluce of hearing, three werka aucceralvely in the Jiarre Dsilr Times, a newanaper which circulates in the neighborhood of thoae persona Intoreated in naki eatata, all of whicvh publi cations shall be previous to the day aaaigned xor neanng. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to apprar before aaid court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in aaid court to make your obJectiona to the granting of auch llrenHe, if you see cause. (iivrn under my hand at Montpelier. in aald diatrirt, thia 2d day of Dwember, 1U. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Dec. 24-81 Jaa. 7 FOUR LINES FOR 23c The Tlmea will nubll.h Wants. Iat and Pound. For Sale, To Let, etc. short advrr-tl.rtnint.- -at the rate of four lines for twenty, five eenta for the flrat Inaertion and five cent for uu-h subaeiuent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for good renting property; farm that will keep from 16 to M cowa ; good location. J. O. Stwart, Northlleld, VU JJIIU6' Slop Worrying! Heroine your own boaa and be Independent 1 Get a (arm! Every farmer you know m doing well and. us a clans, farm era are the happiest people on oarth. We have the farms and can aaUafy the longing to get bark to nature. NO. 879 Here la one 2', mile from Ilarre Chy on main road with no hilla. Estimated to contain 160 aeree of land; 46 or more in tillage, moat of which lnya levl and ia en tircly free from atone; produced from fit) to 6(1 tone of hay lnt aeuaon. A large amount of aoftwood lumber; enough to help pay for the farm ; hard wood enough for home uc. Ten-nsim houae, 2 barna with tie-up for dti hed; a good hone, a good investment: only 2"'i miles from Harre City; cuny terma run be given. You will want W aee this. 23'.itf TO RENT ROOM TO RENT- SU Averlll street. H:ll ROOM TO KENT All modern convenience, "all at 17 Wellington street, 287tf EOlt RENT i iniiiri nnt fit, -A new 8-raoni cottage with all ' vacant Dec. 25. For particular call at 4 ' bonnier ureot, city. 2371G TO RENT- - Furnished front room with all modern ronvenlenrea. Imjulie of Mr, (i. M. Hurrougha, 17 ( hurrh alreet. 28ltf TO RENT- DownnUIra tenement of 8 ronma with ga lii-hta and mngo, apnng and city w'er. Enqulra at I'B Eaat atreet ; tel. 173-li!. J. N. MrLellan. 231t8'tf for J26.ini. RENT Houaa on Franklin atreet, j. in. FOR KEMTci,.. k y .".I filing x.wi-mMv livuae iiq i rrry .irm. III. IHI. 'i'Xttt rOK KENT- Tenement nn Koator .ti'.t. 21,'Ulf J farma. '.'J'Uf I OR SALE OK EXCHANGE Telephone 314-t n. A. PHELPS CO. TO RENT Tenom.nl ... . . i ,, i mo"ern Improvement!! and furnace heat. J 1 ' 'eaxant .trwt E. L. Dcnamorv. 2L'tf BLEASE PAROLES 16 MORE. Nine of Them Weie Serving Terms for Manslaughter. Charleston. S. C, Dec. 24. Governor Cole L. IHease yesterday afternoon jrrant ed "ChriHtinas presents" to Hi convict by" granting them paroles. Nine were serving- term for man slaughter. More pardons are expected to come. 7-20-4 packed in boiea of twenty-five make a drairable holiday gift for a amokrr. On aale by all fi mucin rigar and drug atom. Largeet aelling brand of 10c Cigara in the wvrid. Factory, Manrhmtr, N. H. DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS i 2 to 4 P. M. Tuuednr, Thursday and Saturday. Aiao by Appointment 14 and IS Blanrhard Building Telephone II DR. LEVIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room IS, Milea Building Telephone Connection OFFICE HOURS : 9 a. m to 12 m. and 1 :30 to 4 p. m., Monday, Tueaday, Thuraday aad Friday MIDWIFERY Having had many yean' experience, I am prepared to nerve any who may need the aerv ica of a midwife or obstetric .oree. Addreaa Mrs. Elizabeth La Clair 84 Summer St. Telephone 178-11, Barre. VI COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF ABU1E M. EDWARDS The underalgntd. having been appointed by the honorable protiAte court for the district of Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receive, examine, and arijuat the clHima and demands of all pet-Horui agHinst the estate of Abbie M. Edwarda, late of liHrre Town, in aaid diatrirt, dfcewtt-d, and all claima exhibited In oriuet tliereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the residence of W. J. Clapp, in the city of Harre, in aaid district, on the !Hh day of January and 8th day of May next, from 2 o'clock p. m. until 4 o'clock p. m.. on each of said days, and that six month from the 14th day ot November, A. D. 1U14, Is the time limited by aaid court for aaid creditors to present their claims to ua for examination and allowance. Datd at Harre, Vt, thk 14th day of Decem ber, A. D. 1914. FRANK C. BANCROFT. GEO. E. C. WHEATON, Commissioners. Dec. 17-24-31 Plainfield Town Meeting December, 1914. Vt., this day, Dec, I NO. 870104 acres; 38 to 0 arrca ot sill age, which Is all machine mowing ; 26 to 8i: acrea of woodland and one of the bent sugar orchards in town ; from 700 to 800 sui-ar trees, MritiinrMHl with M4r, buclurte. Iron arch, etc. : 1 year's supply of augar wood all ready ; an ex cellent fruit orchard; iwtimated to be 40,000 ft. of softwood timber; considering the loca tion, being only about 1 miles from saw- Mlll .... kill thi is nf considerable value : nrodured from 80 to 40 tons of bay last ! No. eenson and keeps from 16 to 20 head; new, round silo, 10xi!4 ft,; an B-room house in good condition; haa recently been painted aivl papered inside; good cellar, beat of runnin water at house and barn ; with the farm, the owner wishes to aell 1 horse, weighing about 1,160 lbs., an extra good worker and driver; 8 grade cows, t 2-year-old heifers, 1 calf; all the hay, allege, tome potatoes, mowing ma chine, new a year ago ; horse rake and wveder, also new within a year; horse hoe. fcpring tooth harrow, pung aleigh with sled and body, new pair work harnesses which cost I"i5.00 ; single work harnaa. single driving harness. small tool, and all sugar tools; will sell every thing for I3.20U.AO; terms, Sl.600.00 down; balance on time. This property is locuted only about Hi miles from the famous North Mont pelier crtiamcry and 4 to 4 Vj mm jiom Plainfield; mails delivered; telephone lines pans; thin is an exceptionally good proposition if you are looking for a meiium-pri-d farm and one worth more money than this enn be bought for. 234tf TO RENT A sninll tenement at 11 Chu-rh street; will be rendv Dee. i. In,,ir of Tn fitirkney. 218tf O. G. TJ PENT Two front rooms aultable for ofTieee; corner of North Main nnd Granite slrc-ts. Apply at Creamery, 300 No.th Main street. jHrjtf TO RENT Lower tenement. ;i Quarry Jtreet. with barn and eai riapehouse, 3-t email family; 1U mj( rom nrre rjtr Xt,rmt rnoderute for the winter. Hox 72. R. F. I). li4tl FOR SALE FOR SAUv-A new Green Mountain silo. 14x0 ft.: Oliver sulky plow; Osborne mow ing machine; hny rake; diw harrow and smoothing harrow; these tools havo been used - sensons ; a Watson fsrm wui-on, 2 bodies and hny rack : fine Jernuy rows ; will sell nt a sncnfice. W. S. Hulsey, East Orange. Vt. Dated at Plainfield, A. IX 1914. E. J. BARTLETT. W. H. MARTIN AND BURT BATCHELDER. aelectmen of Plainfield. Vermont. WHEREAS, a vacancy haa orcurred on the board of srhool directors In the town of Plain- field. In the county of Washington and state wagon, new express wagon, open buggy, aleigh. of Vermont, and such vacancy still exista in ; 2-horsc sled, work harnesses, single driving said board of school directors except for the : harness, single work harness, horse rake, NO. 866120 acres, located only 1 mile from town ; on this farm i a good trout pond, which the owner has stocked wifli 20,000 trout during the past three ywirs. This place will carry from 20 to 25 head and team ; produced 80 tons of hay last yr; sugar orchard of WiO trees; a good grafted fruit orchard; the main barn is 46x72 ft., newly shingled : has silo and basement; tie-ups for 25 head; 7-room house, newly pa;ered and painted ; running water at house and barns : tiiis farm ia pleas antly situated ; with the farm, the owner will sell 4 full-blooded Jersey cows, 8 grade Jer seys, 2 2-year-old heifers, 2 small calves, 2 yearling heifers, 1 pr. 5-year-old Morgnn hones, worth from 1400.00 to tOOU.OO ; a shoats. 1 brood sow, 60 hens, 2-horse farm FOR SALE- - Five 2-year-old Holslein and Ayrshire heifers, nicely marked, due to fresh en the coming spring ; will sell l-easonnbly, as I am overstocked with young cattle. Fred L Poor, Wiliiamstown, Vt, ; People's 'phone. 239t6 FOR SALE A small locomotive boiler, ft ft. long. 2 ft. 4 in. diameter, open bottom ; in good repair with wnter glass and gauge: esti mated about 15 h. p.; also 4 hangers and 12 ft. shRfting. C. H. Cale, 45 Barre street. Montpelier, Vt. ; 'phone 221-M. 238U2 FOR SALE 1,300 enrds wood of all kinds, gretn and dry; I sell direct from the woods to your door and can save you money; he wie iind tave your money; also, 100 tons of No 1 horse hay. good quality. A. Tomasi, 12 Mer chant street; telephone 177-W. 237tr' Attention, Horse Owners! Wi carry the larrest Una of Harnoam, Blankets and Horse Fumishlnr of any eon- corn In Washington county, and our prices aro tno lowest. I onto and sea. Our tittle factory ia equipped to manufacture anything in the Harness Una. Plenty of competent workmen to rive you prompt attention and nrst-clasa wortr temporary appointment made by the selectmen of said town. AND WHEREAS, the undersigned legal vot ers of the town of Plainfield, Vermont, believe that a special town meeting of the voters ot the town of Pluintietd should be held for the purpose of electing a school director to All sufh vacancy. NOW THEREFORE, we. the undersigned le gal voters of the town of Plainfield. Ver mont, hereby request and petition the honor able hoard of selectmen of said town of PUiin- nt-ld to call a special town meeting for the epnng-tootli harrow, weeiicr, cultivator, 500 to 600 sap buckets, storage tank, draw tubs, etc., IVLaval cream separator and othir dairy Umla, all ready for immediate possession ; price for all, S4.600.UO. 234tf NO. 869 One of the best farms in Wash ington county nearly 70 acres of perfectly level tillaire land : about 200 acrea of pasture and woodland : 2'-j miles from Bnrre City; without doubt, one of the best barns in this section: good house: thia is a money-making iiroiuftition. and if looking for a larm wnu-n STONECUTTERS' GLASSES AND LENSES nnd bores for sale: priced. 60c. Rr SI 00 J1.25, 11.35. See T. C. Carson. 14 I.aurci street, or order from Ewen McKenzie. 236t6 , .r?,! , SAI-R A few nice shoats; 'phono 4I-W b-twt.rn S p. m. and 8 n. m. II P. Hinman, R. F. I). No. 1, Bnrre, Vt. '35'f I-OR SALE -A Nntional cah register: 6 drawers ; in first-class condition : will be sold at a bargain. Call at Hodge's creamery. ?2Rtf CHRISTMAS WREATHS, well made with rresh evergreens ; just what you need to add the holiday look to your home; write mc and I wtll deliver them ut 2:,c each. John R. Hooth. 8 Cherry street. Bnrre. 226tl6 FOR SALE Loose horse and cow hay. E. Carieton, 21 Highland avenue; 'nhone 441-11 217tf purpose of electing a school director to fill i -il keen a lot of gtork and near Barre City, L,et ua give you rur- 2S4tf SHERMAN N. PARKER North Main Straet ilarrt, Vermont HAY FOR SALE About 20 tons of choice se eded horse hay and about five tons stalk hay; must be sold. Price, $15.00 per ton. Lewis K. Averill R. F. D. No. :, Bart Telephone 31-3 FIFTEEN FIRMS RULE PRICES. Coot to Public of Butter and Eggs Con trolled ty These Firms, Xer York, !ec. 24 - Fift.-en iMitter nit epir firm in New Yrk t'ity virtual Ir control thp priceo. cf the tn commo r i tie throughout the fnited rtt-. ao emrrlitid ia intormation mauV Jiulilio yca Ifr.lay hy thr atata attorney (ferierara on'M'T, aliirh ia inveti(rst inz trw aale of l.utt'r and -ggi -ity. Fintli-r aitncs'es re atnine,1 TiickIst in the n.iir.- n( t'H-a r. Amg , and alj'ir IiMiit was taki a until Jan. . Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. J. W. DILLON ana I Boloter Bank Bart Vt, 11 COWS' 3 f which are registered ami papers go with thi'tti; Josit' s I'airy .Maid, No. sMtUWO, aolid color; Fairy Maid's Kxile, No. HI7.7WI, Birt' St. Lam bert l.ad, No. l)M,3t).'i, solid color, droppcil Nov. 3,, 1912; the are dandii-H and are now fresli; hquirrcl Kray heifer, dropped Nov. M, D'U, can In? reentered; lieili-r calf, dropped Ann. 24, 1914, aluo can be reigtercd; S ldjrh ffrade Jcrncy cows, nearly all f r sli nuw, all oood ayi-s and size, a lot Viliiih any farm would be proud to have in his herd; are of the fa mous lli'inmwH y and C. I. Hood ft rain; I hijrh irrade lioifi-r, 2 years old; 1 bull, HiantitiH's St. Jjittibert, No. 12ii,HMl, sire Sweet Ida'a St. Lambirt, No. A3.SS0, dam: lU'Rutina'a Hud ,'Jd, No. 2.')0.(i;iM. solid' color, a beauty, and cheap at $0isl to j stand at the head of any herd; out of the John Henbmii herd at Brook field ; 1 full-blood li lted White Hampshire boar; lU) full-blood pullets, dandies; 20 full blood Itarred i'lymottlh Kooks, It! full bliHxi W hite yandoltes, and 15 full blood Kcchorns. TOOLS AND MACHINERY Mowing inuihiiie in ikx! htispe; hay tender, horse mke, plow, whei-l harrow, amoothinr? harrow, maily new; evprcHs tsanoti, tmjrjry waon, nearly new farm wagon, traverse slml with Unly, corn I planter, Northlii ld horse hoe, I'routy j In r Ime. eultnatiirs, 6 h. p. Interna tional gasoline 'nrine; paniels eiisilatre iciitti-r and carrier; dojrpouer; Sharpb-s jcri am aeparator. lias In i n usul but lit- 1 1 ! ; platform rales, grindstone, whiil-'o T i-r1r'T rru T t ; barrow, tank heater, ladd. rs, tackle Vf. J. DUIHifc, JnC JCWelCrj IC Main Rtreol ! Bole Agent for "Bastoa Aaserfran In Barr J "Ills, have It, ,11 ll-'d but twice; 'J"'1! t I galv. ap Imckcts atid ( an. 2 milk cans, j i . : m.lk pa,l. share o! lirange t o. trlepimtir M. J. WHTTCOaMB Licensed Embalmer Calla auawerad promptly day or night. Aa np-to-dat Ankulaaca lm eonnoction. EAST BARRE. TL Teltphooa ng-i WILLLlMSTOWir, Vt. TtJtbont 311-1 the vaiancy on the hoard of srhool directors, in accordance with section S435 of the public statutes, AND WE. the undeniuned. hereby request the selectmen of the town of Plainfield to cull a special mevtinir forthwith in accordance with law nnd to do any other business when rneU NAMES. thia will appeal to you. ther particulars. Alsnn 0. Smith, E. V. Duke. O. J. St. Ot. (ieo. Holies, A. Invi., K. I). Richards, M. McLeod. 1.. I.. Knapp. H. Hatihelder. I). W. Mn. M. L. Whiteomb, Homer t. t'yr, Frank Richardson, S. S. Smith, C. J. fUiUw, F. C. Hoyt, H. A. Kcniston, John Ryan, E. W. Stowe. C. St. John. E J. olhy, K. H. Rniffen ileo. Whitchor, Mtlford Kieir, 11. E. Cat. I 'an lei Hudson, Helen Ryan. John W. Fowler. Your real estate wanta will receive prompt attention. A lanre list to choose from; emht otiriH. all doinir business. Aurtion-ierinir prox-rly handled at reason able rate. THE D. A. TERRY REAL ESTATE AfiENCY How land-Cave Building-, Barre, Vermont FOR SAI.E-Scott's delicious extracted honey at house. 19 Richanfcon street, F. M. I.yon's store. Smith Cuminirs, the F. D Ladd Co.; uuarant-ed pure bees' honey. -VMt FOR SALE Richly bred Holsteln bulls, ready for service; i,-rnnd sons of the prent Pontiuc Thorndyke. from advance refdjo-i-dams. W. H. llodds & Sons. North llr?. Vt yiL.'tr.e' CJho. St. Cyr. WARNING FOR SPECIAL TOWN MEETING. Application having- bet-n made for that pur pose by the atiove named, the lival voters of the town of I'lainfield are hereby notified and warned to mwt at the town hail on Monday, December -8, 1HI4. at ID a. m , to act on the follownitf business: Article 1. To elect a srhool director to fill' tho vacancy on tiie board of school direrlors in accordance with section 84 Si of the public atatutea. Art. 'i. To transact any other business that may leirally come before the merlin. Dau-1 at riainfteid. thia 10th day of Decem ber, 1!4. E J B RTLFTT, W. H. MARTIN. B B. BATCHELDER. Selectmen. 2Jtl4 FOR SALE -The W. F. Richardson real es tate, situated in Barre City and Barre Town, consisting- of house on Hill street near Tatter son strwt : double house on upper Hill street ; double house on Summer street ; double house on Mount tre t : double house on Elmore atreot ; and X double houses on Camp atreet ; barn designed for remodeling- into house; out houses easily eonrerted into gars ires ; pasture lsnd; wood lota 1 on upper rt of home farm, t rear Wilson cemetery, 1 on E. Barre rood; bulldlnr lota on Harold street and W. View; alao buildina lots on home farm- For t further particulars or information, at ply to Edith M. Chit. Admx., Barre, Vt. l.tttt PULVERIZED SLATE STONE FOR SALE In any quantity; the proper article for -valk. drives or cellar bottoms; delivered In nn nu.intity. Inquire of N. M. Nelson. 20 M". rhant street. 14Stf FOR SALE E. M. F. SO tourina car in perfect condition ; thnroiiKhly overhauled and repainted. Apply at Capital Oarage Co. Court street, Montp.-lieT. Vt. 72t LOOSE HAY FOR SALE-tnquire of Will S. Page. SI South Mnla street. 4tf SEPARATORS A now lot jut-t in. Also. w hhv two rifw rnnrhinw iippiI for iemonrt ration this y.fir, that will bv rod at Binut half pric. Th!? Sermrntorf r a'! riwht in every way FOR P ALE LurrVr, dimnion IA p4frinl ty : tfrtt-n wood. 5 J.60 dclivrrtd in city, for i i mh : wnnttM. mm and tttnir to work in I I vwxfc y E lK.wnin, Ul Htirrr. or n m , nnttr mnA Km L niAmnA t-i-.,i.. :il O WsMthinirton. I91ttf(' " i n tl are stitndr! riadt' mnfhint.it. COMK AM) SFE A. W. ALLEN CO. JEWELRY Wlien V0U want a piece of Jewelry, come la and gee our splendid diapUy. ANNUAL MEETING Th torM,!ildm of thp Hrr Svir,rM Hunk ti Trut ominy r h r-by nut-fiod that their nnual meeting for the rirttn of di rector and the traru tu..n of any oh-r knini npmn that mar letrajiv eim.e h-f tinr t hm will be held at thir bankmpr rvm fn Tuesday, the j ' Farms and Citv Property For Sale NO. 20-FOR SALE. UO-aere farm. mile, f fx.m liarre ( My ; f.'t arre in tii!ar'. blanr (MUtture. ttmUr and w-wt-iland , itit-i matd tn be 76 M of ofiwod timber and ; lanr amount of hard wood; vuirar orrhartt j irruft! fruit orrhard ; feida frw frvm ittme 1 and marhine iri"" ed : wtll rut trH nf hay and w!l kerv HA had of atnrk an i tm : 2 SftctTTttr.t barn. 40 and 4"' : Jrt utan ehionn, piln and rhirkrrh'Hiae ; ner' new !t rim hmje ; atr at nouite and hsrn ; R F. t and telethon hn ; ow nor will n !1 farm a Ion rr will aII trk. rroix and Um : a f the toola ar rew and nearly new; nure Itlork ).! 1 m ft, rop. blimey jmI, oUi I Il'th day of .Unwary rtet, at t olrck MAKY J. WfMUIT. lerretary. Barre. Vt.. It. 21, 1 V 1 4. ANNUAL MEETING The arnual minsr of th MfvlthrvMer if the irt.ntte Sa'1nir' Hr,k 4 1m.t t or ia:iv ill ba held at t he hank tnir rrm f Mid f m Tn l4 m ti.at enet ir-anit buineM and i trwie on thia. f ; o n-r w in U givi iom nf a :t..K an,l ttistmm.,,, and all small I I AT I fl II O Al f i IV'iW.X .VX? touls such as lie s, fnrks. rhatns. Pars. l III. I I I I If) II I I" j f-r the eUrtm.i c (,.., tr. l..r the ensuma evenrr. sevthes, snstha. etc. Al. "'V-iHUy I I U I tl F I I i r '"r t r iwct io ,f mr oitur ,-ral artiel.'-a of HOUSEHOLD FURNI- . ." that may prop-ri, e.ne hefor, sax) AT THE City Auction Market We Would Suggest for Your Christmas Gifts KLKCTIUC Toasters. Percolators, EI Grillos. Kl Glostovos, Flat Irons, Portable Lamps and Flash Lights. The Barre Electric Company mnt .) t.irM mats f tri it TCRE, iii liiil nc Imi1s, itihn ranee, ta-I,i-a. ihaits, htanl. tr. AImi, lircast plato lisrruss, nearly nw, anrl iral svitrk liariii-.s, Atwut 20 Toni of No. 1 Hay .V t"tis of tisil)ri, list hit, fat(-, ati'l M'lant.ty of at fcdili-r. I.nnih nt mon. Terms at lime of Iimty H iltpsn farm, n-ar Hand ilt h (-nt."r. Tu"lav. ?'., at l'l rli-k 0171 in tb" f'rpnin. Sale ;it. r-prl'- i.f ther. Kvnvthins: to te th-.tit nim litnt. lie n-al -tate will !. n at anT time t(.-re t t,y W. W. IVtkms. prt at It.-tt.-l. t.. r tl.e fl . P,rr siewiiria. Par H f". WOOriRlIT. Vt.. I N. en lr 17. i v 1 4 Srrtary. NO CHI - TOR FAI K. farm ef K arrw. in a rtiee country village: -'n srn. m ti'twae. lanre tasrure snii t mher land: e.timsl'l U hr 1"" M of .,?'..) tirrSw sst a ,.f riaMwv.1 ; or.l. V. mile to a r"l tm sw-mill and t-ot-r-m faet.,ry ; tA fruit or-e-er.; farm ll sep S rows an-J team . te-nx-nt he m tfs1'. s stanrhi. , mi. k.nH.rt'., anil i hi-ts - hnue f 7 room, senile fnwn r-i' nnil t'sn'rr : ster of hioe sn1 r-T . I mi '1 lr,. all in e'.xt eon'll'h, . nfi a f .'etsi in .r-..l. rr'iri h 1st .'"fee ' yu tmr iv tl a farm wnk th. tirr.her llist 1 It. i?-tf ANNUAL MEETINd Nr IS." riR etr nr i!l r. I f"' -.'! rl'y t-r,wrtv ; 17 irr,, r1 s.J t,! ar. n. fniii frrti l'-y : is - I ?sirlir lrr.-l. mn.h. osid l-e rf 'nl ' T annual mratina , l.r,i. U.,, ,in In" Mr4. ' '.. , l t . - ' Ineumnre I nmiit of Marre. l. ul tai"' at om : tonsnst hmrn ! lii t thr t'rme SW ot sat e. i rhi : rhfiik"i; yien it wo'r- : (, t.. n F Jati'isr. 'f rtn . tni'ii-we. " I i-.-..-n.fr the i u. an i .ut- th ; House, a. I am celling: there each rr . "lr!Tr. 7L , !T ?, -! '"irr etx. e -ef,ie , w- I ," " : ' m ' a " I " ft. li ti,KiN"N. rW i r'y r"" wh to e-s-rl..T 1-4 ws fern I'. ',,.rwrtf. ? -r EXniNES. CIRCULAR AND DRAG SAWS We have pntnelhitia" vtry attractive in value in the line of fcn trine and Sftwi. If you wiir.t 4nlt1hin en-enient, wi-11 huilt and nwl t fr Wrrrwint rir-1iton at very luw I nre t'UMK AND SFK. A. W. ALLEN CO. Oranr I'oanty and New t-tfflaad Ttlephanea Studebaker Jr. Wagons and Slciuhs For the Children't hnMiruw, you ran't f nd a mfre delitrhtful fltt. A tnmr, weJI-bu.lt vfttn, a 6 ! f. I -n) nner !orh in hand po and ahaftji. lnnt f"re that mi wera yoonc onre yiiritrif, and tuy them a StutlphakT .1r. f.r t'hntmap. A. W. ALLEN CO. Oraie Cawnt and Srw .nfcland Telrphnnea "IT CERTA INLY PAYS " t. take time to a- Oi!lfn if v.nj ant Inmt 'hins' In f Unr rMctia. Hainrs. far 4 oats m4 KKm. HlankHs. fitable Kopvls. ( OLTON STATE STREET will ho discontinued until after the eoncluion of the auction! pales at the New York Uarg-ain . 'n;t '?r&k .MORE HORSE COLLARS 4 .f ( ..lists jut in; as S'tisM .- (. r, irn-h an.l as larpe 21 inch " ci mn a)av til tLr a re at 'niton's. " ('OLTON (4 STATE STREET Miivrn i icr day and cvrr.injf. The City Auction Market will; be open each day for pnvatt? pale as U'ual. I 1 ANNUAL MEETINd I..-l sts :rsir. Isr... f.. as?nt.'rt II ItRI f I J'f Hfll 9 Cf ' t '. . CFOPf.K PAJITO?!. OsreT II H Hill r" ' Vi:liJ-Cl ' f"' ' -" PAJI A FERRY. AacUcnm. Bnt, Vt. j Ul III llflLLf r Zr mM PKKUY & NOOXAN I est r Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMIU LANCi: SERYICE Fpwial Ordfni for Furniture tuimiiti i Kir.P ir4i-i i With Everj Order for Two Cases of Soda a Ksniscma M Calendar Will Re Civcn FREE f w J . -a i I ftVi Tf I -5j i, h i a ! k m rmnm f t t en te h 4 H frtwtjf. may prwtmrtf 1R 've Meal t tl e t" A HARD COLD im In o !Je riaripe is f vtlT. rffvrr i y rans, if ?!."! inay 1. at f t sTWTto l'i"e tntit,U-s. k Jlnmns' l.:iif tl' m.tT'it rih.sa.rs! anj tak t 1 1 "-!. t ia s'.il. hf'.i sne"jWeT. Adrt. WORK WANTED ssf... - n a-f fftafsr V .: r-- a r- r ewl "'tt- a- rwpf ttt a ,t Kt rs- ? S !"- r 4 - t - w - a a A re i- f ft K-f 1 1 fT' - .VA ."hA 5 -A 3-A 5-A I5L NKLTS VLR HINT .VA KLANKK1S I IT HLST Via hae a tvf mmtxmi fur mm'! m - - - n y. r ai- (OLTON la STATE sTRrrr m ixTt 1 1 it WANTED f. i. ore t? Chid Ai-el )it ir-t j Y A'SB f , y . j-m-. t ia .,. TS -.' ., st at a I. A N atr k a V : Strmttm. il 7,rd m-r focsmsa, a r . is . i.. 1 1 , n 'V. t 1 r-s. . 'is T . 1 - . , e- a. IIEIJ WANTED an! ilh off ra a Wall laj let. Only 'fi,vh ill f- tr.vtn t" a ff.rr !v. TAt-rh'.'-f vrirf pr?.r',ft!y f.I'el If it i r; -t rr r.vr.;r.t i- r yru i ff') fct '.-r ft re, !r-p v a I. re ' T t''Tv,r' the r-"'8 ('"l':vtT--i f any ; :-.n f f !' f t ty. tni T'ij thn phj tbe ("nv r h'fi f.-p all,. F. W. LANCLOIS Boxwood Balls are r.juh prtttifr than h'-V.f urtath ani wIJ lp tttt'r. T.c th'h. Order f.-HMr i;t (rse f r O.r. a. i 1915 Overland 1 $79" 5 rT t '-v t'i fye--fv Jreu-s.f arf t i-e rml 9 v th cm'. I Culler's Garage I U H f . M f mr wm - 5 f. . f - - a . m -s I -r , l OT AND ITU Ml - - I ! Lr ft v j a i 'I ( Ut ' IS :;.- ) T - - a -- - $ I H s, t T .. . a . - ktrl Vers. f m i rmt n t:iM.t .v't.