1M11A' TlftlKS, UAIUIK, VT.
TIIimSUAY, l'T.IJKUAKV 11, IVilD.
ABOUT THE STATE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM
Ontli'v W. Well, form.-r n'KitK'iit of
North IIito, ilii'.i v.-ry sml.l.'nl.y rt'ci-ntly
lit lii homo in (inuivillc, N. Y.
Tl' Franklin uiul !ruml ThIo CmrtW
ti.mal MiiiiHtcriitl association, in whhioii
lit St. Allmna TiichiIiiv, Mm si h-hoiii-lion
in fnvor of tlu proposi-.l r.'fcremltnn
of tlif liiuor ijiH-Htioii to tlif voters of
Mis. Churl Olin of Stowe has a
whitespino cueiimlier 1" iiN'hos lout'
vciuliiii!; four ami one-half pounds, tlmt
Khe rained from seed lawt Hummor and
that is as fresh now as when taken from
The 4th annual meetinn of Kiehfoid
Savings llnnk Trust Co. was held Fri
day. Kiehard Smith, the only survivur
of "the original wtookholders, who orpan
jzod the bank 40 years ago, and who
served as a direetor for the past W2
years, and for many years the president,
As the result of considerable begging
and soliciting of alms, Hamil Yohamia
Kaleta, claiming to be an Assyrian, was
arrested in North Troy recently and
paid a lino of $o and costs. He was
taken to Newport with a view to deportation.
Scarlet Fever in Hartford Village.
White River Junction, Feb. 11. There
are seven or eight cases of scarlet fever
in Hartford village and the graded school
there has been closed for the time be
ing. The eases are mild and four of them
' are in one family.
FUNERAL OF M. N. MORIARTY
Who Was for a Long Time a Resident fcf
Waitsfiold, Feb. 11. -The funeral of
Michael N. Moriarty was held yesterday
in the Catholic church in Waterbury,
Kev. Father Devoy officiating. Interment
took place in the Catholic cemetery In
North Puxbury. The bearers were his
son-in-law. A." H. Brown of Waitsfield,
Orville A. Boweii, Ida grandson, of Waits
field, his son, Julius C. Moriarty of Beth
el and the fourth bearer was a ater
hurv man. The flowers were mostly
carnations,' f.-OMi Frances Dooley of Bur
lin"tm. Alret A. II. Bowen of Waitsfield.
Mis. .1. B Began of Bethel, and Mr. and
Mrt. W. 11; Moriarty of Northfield.
M'ichael Moriarty was born in Ardfert
Parish, County Kerry. Ireland, in 1832,
f and wss the son of Patrick Moriarty of
timt place.- In 1H47 he came with Ins
parents to' this country and Bettled on
the 'farm in Waitsfield whera he died.
He was married twice, his first wife be
ing Jane McAvoy' of Providence, K. I.,
arid his M-cond, Hannah Ilyan of Wood
stock, He was the father of ten children,
five of1' whom are living. Besides hn
ehlUrcn, he is survived by 13 grandchil
dren and eight great-grandchildren. The
children are Annie J., w'fp of Albort H.
Bowen of Waitsfield, Julius C. Moriarty
of Bethel, John M. Morinrty of Helena,
Mont.. Nellie, wife of Joseph B. Began of
B. thrr, nnd Jamos T. Moriarty of Mav
cus. Wash. Mr. Moriarty is also sur
vived by one bister, Mrs. Kllen Dooley of
Michael N. Moriarty Vas one of the
town's oldest inhabitants and stood for
all that was worthy in the community,
being highly esteemed by all. He came
to town when 1") years of age. In parly
life he spent three years on board a
4 haler, visiting St. Helena, the west
coast of Africa, and rounding the Cape
of flood Hope. The larger part of his
life was spent on the farm where he
died, now occupied by his daughter, Mrs.
A. H. Bowen.
I'ntil recnOy he had bvn in his usual
health. About -two months ago ho haj
pneumonia, which resulted in a hock.
ninee bi' h: htt had b n helpless. The
Mid came Saturday night at 6 o'clock.
Those from away attending the funer
al were his nephew and wife. Mr. ami
Mr. W. H. Moriarty of Northfield, Jen
riie Moriarty of Northfield, his nieee,
iranres Dooley if Burlington, Mrs.
Charles K. Moriarty and sons. James and
Donald, of Waitsfield, Bobert Keating f
Montpel'''r Jnlius C. Moriarty of Bethel,
Mrs. J. It. Began of Bethel. Mr. ami Mrs.
A. H. lliiwen. Mih Florence and KtU
Bowen and trville llowen of Waitsfield.
Mr. and Mr. Bobcrt K. Livingston of
BEAUTIFUL BAGKE AKD EAST
The Secret of Their lacreaiinf Charm
It is ral!y mrrrUir? that in wh
al.ort tun ll.we alioul 1 I ao warki-d an
iniproemrnt in the sr-pearanre of ao
manv I'arre ami l ast l arre Udic. but
It i" r, aurtixtr, h'n the -tir of
tt.i improvement in kno. And there
ia no (rreat rnyMery about it after all
rp in -rt 'any dy n at the K-d
ich-s ri.arn.ei v, r Frank. R.rttrk'e, or
K . Vnodry A' o.', CM, and too are
I.kily to e ore rf the fltk rattif
up a' box of the I.ttle tat.M. that do
tt.iKh t in j.roieth eiP"raive of wie
tn .!, tifti. KnpM , rodJy fl"w.
and a r"ii;d " n frVfr-m
and rtviH epr-t. y l' l i'T
,,t ..m a n w .'l tk t two
,.f m-ivihn ux.un : tM'; tab
1 I T at Vufiino. TVv U.H orta.o
A .,. htm nt hT -rlv seftaU- -
tr 1, m.t are lr.' a t" ,,1iV'
ai-. f ir .k : ?"rtinn. 4 h- .ngMh
a ! t.- t ttf v .'. i" t"
... , .-n t t-e .""- and '
.-. 1. a'-t"'fl f.f bne.',. i t
ft. t,., ,,..,,1, i, -1 t th
ptrrt t nf. I ; ! I' '!e,
atd i! it " r-:M j!cn. Trv
TV., t t n ;v a t. MW Bed
t ,r ri 't ft , f ,.--t 1m? e nf.tl.-4 A,nt
RESORTS ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Mwt S1(xt Legation rrontint: the Death . ;
t ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. :
tg rf'. S 4 r- -r-s
-.t t- a ' - i if f.'f a.': - ' - - - - - '
tri '" vr- ' r--J - ""- -ft"
M7RUN lUtNL- CTiMPAM'
Drug Clerk Tells How
To Cure Indigestion
Recommends to (Sufferers the Bent rHomach
Remedy in liarrs To-day
"It ia a wonder him of u have stomachs
left," remarked a wull-knuwn clruar clerk re
cently. "While all drug stores sell a score
or mure of stomach rtmedita for which there
Ia a wide demand, most of them ure just pep
sin pills which aid diirentioii of the food that
in in the stomach at the prevent tune, lhey
have no cunitlve or strengthening effect on the
stomach at all, and of coume do not reach or
euro Hie cause. So the sunie people keep
on coming here and buying and using them
until they are real chronic dyspeptic". When
anyone really aks my advice. 1 swear by and
recommend ordinary bisurated magnesia, which
doran't digest the food at all, but acta as an
untiieid and sweetens the sour, fermenting
conlents of the stomiurh. That slops the pain,
hmrlburn. sour rising, wind, Mooting, full
ness, etc., in just a few minutes, and the
stomach digests its food without help or trou
ble, which is the proper way."
"Doctors make mistakes sometimes, too," he
continued. "My own aunt had all kinds of
trouble with her stomach for years. She
bought and used several stylos of digestive
pills but got worse right along, as naturally
she would. Finally she went to a doctor, who
nearly scared her to dith by telling her , she
had cancer of the stomach. She came to me
w ith his prescription and told me what he said.
I thought H was nonsense. I sent her to an
other doctor, whom 1 knew very well, and he
didn't tell her anything, but just gave her this
same thing, bisurated magnesia. She took it
two weeks ami never has had. any stomach
trouble since and that's three years ago.
She's my own aunt, and I know this for a
fact. Yes, a lot of bisurated magnesia is sold
in Barre. All the druggists have it, I aupixwe,
and all you take in a teaspoonful after every
meal. It's all right."
A Plea For Annual Madical Examina
tiona For Every One.
, We have heard too much about tho
rights of the Individual; let us know
more about his duties. Too much atress
has been laid on the aacredness of pri
vate property and too little on the duty
of all to contribute to the welfare of
the whole. Preventive medicine baa
demonstrated In a practical way the
force of the Biblical statements that no
man livetn to himself alone and that
every man Is his brother's keeper.
If preventive medicine is to bestow
on man its richest service the liue
must come when et ery citizen will sub
mit himself to a thorough medical ex
amination once a year or oftener. The
benefits which would result from such
a service are so evident to medical men
that detail is not desirable. When rec
ognized in their early stages most of
the diseases which now prevail are
amenable to treatment
The early recognition of tuberculo
sis, cancer and heart disease, with the
elimination of the more acute Infec
tious diseases, would add something
like fifteen years to the average life,
besides saving much in Invalidism and
suffering. The ultimate fwal of sci
ence s the domination of the forces of
nature and their utilization in promot
ing the welfare of mankind. Science
must discover the facts and medicine
must make the application for either
cure or prevention. Victor C Vnuphan,
II. D., In Journal of American Medical
An Odd Preblem.
Can you place ten lumps of sugar In
three teacups so that there Is an odd
number of lumps in each cup? A
statistician to whom this problem was
once propounded declared it was im
possible to accomplish such a feat, but
the following explanation shows that
K la not only possible, but very easy
to accomplish: Tut one lump In one
cup. two lumps in another cup and
even lumps In the third cup, and then
put the cup with one lump In the cup
with the two lumps. By placing the
cop that holds one lump Inside the one
that holds two lumps it can be correct
ly stated that every cup contaJna an
odd number of lumps, for If a cup con
tains another cup it also contains the
contents of that second cop.
Woman, Lovely Weman,
Every time, a new young man calls
the pirl who wouldn't know a waffle
rriddle from nutmeg grater gets ter.
rlbly domestic In the trend of hr con
versation. Florida Times Xnlon.
To Make Them Smart. ' -
"Mr. retlagog Is an old time teacher.
Flo believes In the rod to brightpn np
-Well. Isn't that tho natural way to
make them smart?"
Ia India elrphenf ever twelve and
up to forty Cre years of are are deu
ed the twat to purr has and will gen
erally work until eighty years old.
After Many Tears.
,1. L. tithr, ru Cla re, Wig,
writ: "Y'-ars airo I Trt yea in re
gard to great ""!! I htaiwd from
lolrr Kiiiw IMIs. Aft all th
vi-aie I have nrver had" a rliim rf b
tirrihle faikarlx-a "f !"tl rta; I
am jrman'nt !y rir-d." Nl n and mem
ti, "iir-c and M, find tVta r-lialil rf
rr p ; s rh-imat W- kai fl
..t ts m'i lUa -n1 hf rr
a J ki'ireys T l la15T, Adt.
Firf CtS Tr ct e ft.
A Gettereos Cfet. Ctrl cl U s d .
rnpt.ws -t h t f tits 1 I - I' v A I n..
O.M-ati. III.. d t .-jr dt - pd ' -r
1sal -- sie ' f f J s r n4 7r
C.tt ;w.n 1 t'St '.,.',. I"4 f.
li 1 ad !a rii r;-s: f i r K'4
r t J ', p4 I' i'T ta'Kart- 7s.'-
r aaie ia J7it "W T all f
r if ... -'5 f '
BlowBuni of the Mangeromae and
Their Poiioned Arrows.
" The mysterious poison with whlcU
come of the South American tribe
smear the points of their arrows Is a
thick sirup mude by boiling together
parts of the Strychnos toxlfera vine
mid other plants "nud a number of the
deadly venomous black ants of the
Instead of a bow the Mangeronias
Use a blowgun, a very Ingenious weap
on. It is made from a tall, hollow
reed that grows near the river banks,
and at one end It hai a mouthpiece
mude from the bolljwed hulf of
the fruit of the Aracura palm. When
the hunter sees a monkey or bird in
the top of a tree, often 100 feet above
him. he puts a poisoned arrow in the
tube and raises the mouthpiece to his
Hps. With his left bund he Unds the
necessary elevation, tills his lungs
with air und blows into the tube with
no apparent exertion. The arrow flies,
out swiftly and silently. Almost as
soon as the animal is struck it drops
to the ground paralyzed-
The flesh of the game is not Injured
by the poison. Like the venom of
snakes, it is daugerous when introdnc-j
ed into the vascular system, but harm
less when taken into the stomach.
The action of the drug on birds cul
minates in from three to four minutes;
a monkey died in five minutes and a
three toed sloth expired in seven min
utes. A human being cannot survive
more than fifteen minutes. The slight
est scratch means inevitable death.
Even the Indians know no antldote.
St Paul Pioneer-Press.
Food of the Chickadee.-
The food of the chickadee is made
up of insects and vegetable matter in
the proportion of seven of the former
to three of the latter. Moths and cat
erpillars are favorites and form about
one-third of its food. While beetles,
ants, wasps, bugs, grasshoppers and
spiders make up the rest The vege
table food consumed is composed of
seeds, largely those of pine, poison ivy
"This scenery itm't what it was,"
complained the artist
"I can't see a bit of difference," de
clared the old farmer. "What do you
miss?" ' '
"I'm looking for a clond like the one
I painted last year." Seattle Post-In-telllgencer.
Work That Blind.
Many of the workmen in the Vene
tian gloss factories -begin to lose their
sight after they have passed their for
tieth year and soon become totally
blind. This Is caused by the excessive
heat and also by the glare of the
Barnes from the glass furnaces.
The unfortunate thing about good
resolutions is that they are so often
wnde too late.
Then She Miflht Help.
Madge Would you marry a spend
thrift, my dear? Marjorle It wouldn't
be so bad If he were Just starting out
on his career. Loudon Telegraph.
Life is the art of drawing snfflclent
conclusions froit Insullh lent premises.
' Wt offer One Howlrefl rvMl.rs It-wird tf
rase of l .Urrb Itist caum.t be cured bt UU
Uuri Cure. cnENKY CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned. ! '!,?"
Cheoy fir the last IS yesrs. sod bU Mm
perfectly boaorsble la all taisloew trsr,ci.tis
and ansnclslly sfcle to csrTj out auy oeligsuWus
auade t J his trm.
' KAI. BANK Of COMVF.1CE
'lolrOo, Ob 10.
mil's rstsrrh Cnrs la tnkee Intennltr. sctlnt
directly uioo tb l-to-d sud niucoul sarfsees rf
tlx sjst Testimonials sent fre. ITU li
rents per buttle, e-'U by all Drain's.
Tska HsU's family rills fur roustlpati.
H" and eotii stater, tuna dUasaea tel
j.hn in err rootn. rootw wit
batU f til e wtr rlld.
Il.ee Per Iar aad t'awatde
Auction Sa'e of Stock
As I fin 1 m pmnp rw short f
f,d, 1 hare dfTid.-d to wll mr '
pulilic stn1i"n t the lnj;htt hit.tr, en
TBiriAY FEB8UABY IS. IBIS, at I
io'd.K- in the aft'TfKK.n, oh bit j-rr-tms
i.i il ik. amt r..l l.'Stiirii?
I III l laiini" iu. - - -
fr..s Harrr i tlf in llairfi" i.I. sWit 41,
mil. ffm Irre City and 2't "
i l'laii.fl. l t, tn the i.li-ff INrry f?ro.
aorall-d r.ahe .M'!n Hsth. I.l.t srm.
EEVFKTEtJt HF.AD OF SIOCK,
ims, all Mark and l.ile, r. jt I Ayr-t-h.r".
immf t)i Vth rade IItMn, 3
'srarldf f t. 1 j'-stl nr NiH. rah.-.
3 prade Il i-t- m. 2 'rad- l.uTtisy; S f.f
t),. fa f ? f r-!. t arr to I"
fr.-.t in ah. fit 4 i; 2 ia'i
FAHMISG TOOtS I t.' w -f I i,
Sl... lm, k. 1 f 2 ! I'n
f..w ff f-r I t 2 tf.rs
I ru.i-r t-re t.f t.tvy. nr!y .. w ; I
,-tT" . th S"t; I
I f.ff a;1. 1 t !!, T, t-rk
t !'". i ii' St T. . . h'..
, ;M Z " I a-'l yrsre. t
,ti' .'t. f f.1'y s-n.f.1 t.l t r't.M'
f.r ' t ;' fd .
(,', V a ;4 i r. '-ri -r ! t
("r,rrn t f "1 rntr, rv n,
at ! "('.. k th a '. (ia"7-.
a- J " ' c ' ' ' ""
I " rtx uint, ot
I P A. TTS ST. As- :
S BIG REDUCTION h
n ON PRICES I
2 i',w "! fr -ft. f! --. fi
ij U -T"- s-i li-"-" ' 11
t; .'MS A f ' .
:z t4-! !-'': r - t'! 2
r: ..- ti'
IiO AHDINr, STAI.LE
AID THE KIDNEYS
Do Not Endanger. Life When a
Ilarrc Citizen Shows You
the Way to Avoid It '
WliV will people coiilimin to auffer
the agonie of kidney complaint, back
ache, urinary disorders, lanieneaa, ln-ail-aehes,
lunguoi', why allow theniselves to
become chronic invalids, when a tented
remedy is olfered them!
Doun's Kidney I'illa have been used
in kidney trouble over 50 years, have
been tented in thousands of cases.
If you have any, even one, of the
symptoms of kidney disease, aet now.
Dropsy or liriht's disease may set in
and make neglect dangerous. Read this
George V. Lander, 02 North Main
htreet. Hnrre, says: "I had frequently
seen Doun's Kidney Pills recommended
in the local papers by citizens of Uarre,
hut had no occasion to use them until
my back begun to bother me about ten
years ago. 1 got a box of Doau's Kid
ney Tills and they acted as a tonic to
my kidneys. I have never needed a
kidney remedy since, I can recom
mend Doun's Kidney Pills as a reliable
Trice, 50c at all dealers'. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy pet Doan's
Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Lan
der had. Foster-Milhurn Co., i Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y. Advt.
Buyer or Social Worker?
Lady Bountiful' (to dry-goods clerk)
Have you any nice warm underclothing?
New Assistant Oh yes, Mis.c, thank
you. London Opinion.
A. ARTHUR CROSS, M. D.
' Physician and Surgeon
Phones New England, 3SJ-11; People's,
0. W. HODGDON, M. V.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ten Tears In General Practice
Office at Residence. Sar.born Block
PLAINFIELD, VT. Telephone 91-43
EDWIN W. BRUCE
VIOLINIST TEACHER AND
Concert ORCHESTRA Dane.
II Nelson Street Telephone S9J-M
MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA
B10N8 LATEST AND
MOST POPULAR MUSIC
ALSO LEANING. PRESS
INO AND REPAIRING
MOORE & OWENS
113 North Msla Street Barre, Vermont
DR. G. L. T. HAYES
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES
PECULIAR TO WOMEN
OFFICE HOURS: 2 to 4 P. M.
TumJsT- ThnrsfT sod Saturday.
Also br Appoint"1"
14 an4) II Blanchard Baildinff Tslephaaa M
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
Offlrt la Rooss II. Miles BoUBnr
OmClT HOI'RS ; t a. m o It m. ant t : to 4
f SB-, Man dor. Tuesday. Tborsiar aad Prtdar
M. J. WHITCOMB
fatla Answered PreaipUy, Day ar MgM
A I p-ln-IXI AwikaUaca ia Canaertiasi
EAST BARRK, VT. T1ptD 119-1
WltLIAMSIOW!, VT Talephona 3li-
Hsrln baa many T' erpfHeaoa, I sua
prrtr4 to arrra any wbe sriay iwH tka eerr.
auaa af a saidwifa aw aketaSric aursa Addrasa
Mrs. Elizabeth La Clair
4 fasaaset Ht. Ts4Lae ITt-lt, Barrs. VI.
tn ud.lf- cYrr in ths weather,
espoMirf vt any ratis, it npl1i tr.ay
h-ad to -ru'Ua lun trouhlea. Ken p
laiirna' K'.ntr in tb medirina rnphrl
and take Ufora th cold deTrlopa into
pii'timotiia, or ronstimj tion becoojea
.-at-d. Sold er-ryb.Te .lrt.
WALL PAPEH FOR 1913
u V. it 4 l'-t i VaraWK e""
,.,v-t!fc'' ; til ft'A rmrk or rm ,
! at and all a-ea. !
t C arrkre Ctrees
i-f iln.i r-.le ar.rnbere. I
n r.o rfa'y to (3-) th? out Lie
r'T.irz t-.st, o irjr to cth'r Lui-r:fs-,
I have ior rre t.:re pat
, , r-r n rtfaf. 2 w. '.)
r-jAe d'Ac I f 'y 't' T ar.y
I I fpV!, T 1 r'-.ri .-
, - . - j
MA RS 1 1 FIE LI)
Niillee is hereby given that we hava amenlml
Hie juHclremiinl ainiraisal of real estate In tha
town uf MarshllelJ ror the ysr 114, Hied by
u in the town clerk's i.Hlce of aUl town on
the 14th ilny of Ortober, 1H14. by strtklna
therefrom the appraisal of tho storehouse of
I). II, Dwlnell, anprahail by us In salit quad
rennial appraisal at tlvo huailred dollara, auil
sdilina thereto our apprau.nl of that lrt of
his stnivhouaa which is situated In tha town of
MarshHold. anil that we havt appraised the
mine nt four hunured dollars.
And notice la htrehy riven that we. ma into
listers, will meet at tha town elerk's olflca In
tha town of Marshneld on tha 2llth day of
February, 1916, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon,
to hear all taxpayers therein said amended
olistract named, who are aairrieved by any of
our actions relutlng to such abstract so amend-
Olven under our hands, this 28th day of
P. A. PIKE,
O. H. SMITH.
E. W. PITKIN.
Listen of the Town of Marshfleld.
AUCTION SALE OF
As we arc ovrmtocked with hogs and
crowded for room, we will mll at puli
lic auction to the highr-nt bidder, on
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, at II. M.
l'anilinm's i-ale HtahleH, at fit) Northfield
street, Montpelier, Vt., 10 miniiten' walk
from the Wells River railroad station,
100 Head of Brood Sows and
connoting of 30 young brood (sows, due
to farrow in March and early April; 20
head of ojder sown, duo- in March and
early April. These sows Bhow plainly
that they are bred and in good condition
Also, 42 Slick Shoats
ranging from 35 to 100 pounds in weight.
A good, elean, healthy, hardy lot. One
full-blood mule foot sow, bred for her
third litter; 2 young full-blood Mule
Foot bows, one of them bred; 2 young
Berkshire boars, ready for service; 1
large full-blood Belted Hampshire boar,
a dandy t also 1 Blue Mule Foot boar
and sow. These are our own crossing
and are probably the only Blue Mule
Foots in the world. These hogs are
mostly White Chester and Berkshire.
You will find the whole bunch clean
and healthy. Pigs and shoats arc bound
to bo higher in the next 60 days, so this
is a good opportunity to get what you
want in that line that ia slick and right
in every way.
Usual terms of credit.
DOW BROTHERS, Owners,
Waterbury Center, Vt.
C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.
BARRE TOWN CITIZENS'
The legal voters of the town of Barre
arc requested to meet in the opera house
at Kt Barre on .Saturday evening, Feb.
13, 1015, at 7:30 p. m., to place in nomi
ation candidates for the various town
offices, to be voted on at the annual
meeting to be held Tuesday, March 2,
To do any other business thought prop
er at tlmt time.
Per order of the selectmen of the
(own of Barre.
HERE IS A NICE PIANO
which usually sells for $.'75 to $300 in a
beautiful mahogany case, large sire, 7 1-3
octaves, warranted for ten years, and we
are going to sell this piano during the
month of February for $.", including
stool and book. The terms are 10 down
and $S per month. It will be ap leasure
for you to own one of these pianos. This
is another sample of what we are doing
Ut smash piano prices. Catalogue of this
pisno sent free to intended purchasers.
Write Geo. I). Jarvis & Son, Burling
ton, Vt. Advt.
i JEWELRY j
UTien YOU want pteca
of Jewtlry, come in and
see our splendid display.
I re., -.
t 1M Maia Street
. . aMtt a s a n.sais V
I represent seven
teen of the largest
and best Stock and
Mutual Fire Insur
ance Companies. Ask
J. W. DILLON
I a4 I K.lrtef libera Heirra, Vt,
FOUR LINKS FOR 25c
The Tlmea will publish Wants, Let and
Found. For 8l... Ta Let. .te.-ahort adver-tisementa-t
th. rate of four Unsa
Ave canta for tha first Insertion and flva cents
for each subsequent Insertion.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR YOUR IMMEDIATE
- ...111 . .... RA powiI IB Wmlll,
Krlat-mlil, oox taciory sou : A.
Kood walei-power; the farm la stocked with 49
head now: complete set tools, milKimt ma
chine : lame 160-ft, barn: 1 new 2-sUiry house,
with hot-wntor heat and modern plumuinir .
eoUae suitable for hired help I all liuhled by
electricity; saw-mill la agulpi-ed with machin
ery nd does custom work to tha amount oi
$1,000.00 per year: arist-mlll Is also in ood
shape and Is now doinu custom irnndinir to tne
amount of 30u.ou per year ; n . , ' '
in connection, which usually iys from
to 1.600 a year and is operated but a short
time: eider mill slso, one of the best paying
propositions of kind to be found ; hydraulic press,
evaporator, etc. This affords a chanca for any
live man to make money: can carry on the
farm wilh the help required about the mill ;
laraa income from the start; we have some
photos at tha office; let us give you more
NO. 874 Farm of 180 acres on a (food auto-
i. k :i a MilnMid stations
monue rwu . o ni.
and ood market for everything- you have U
sell i 40 acres of nice level tillase land ; KOod
brook and spring-watered puatures ; plenty of
wood: 400 sugar maples and young fruit or
chard: cuts 60 tons of hayi Rood buililmirs n
i. ,.wian ft lnt.Mf and nsint-
nice repair i onru . ' , . ,
ed; new cement stable; good 12-room brick
house; hot and cola waier; iii en
shape; R. F. D. and telephone; running Pn"
water at house and barn: price. $4.2O0.0O ;
ttie owner will sell personal property at rea
sonable prices, Zl6tf
Turn rttlTD DAPlllTR RwnP in ffood live
town: rent low; owner going away snd w"i"
to sell quick; paying wen.
a r i n -o ritlTr nTWfT T.AT nn rnm.f
of Blackwell and Center streets, which the
owner is very anxious to dispose oi si om .
also a small store building near this lot; let
us show it to you; it may be just what you
ara looking for. 2i6tf
Our large list of properties makes It easy
for you to find iust what you are looking
THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY
J. J. DASHNER
Real Estate Agent
OFFERS SOME NEWLY LISTED
NO. 240-FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, a
good home-like farm of UBS acres of land,
about 36 acres in, tillage, balance pasture and
woodland; this ia a home farm, with a nice
business ; on this farm U a newly built bobbin
mill, with the latest machinery for making
bobbins, and the owner claims that there
wood enough on the place to keep the mill
running for 10 years; and about 100 M. of
softwood timber; anyone wanting t buy stock
and tools, an extra good set of farming and
lumbering outfit, with an extra good work
team nd head of stock; the price is nsbt
for sale, or will exchange for city P""
NO. 241 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE: this
is a nice valley farm, on a good road, within
IVi miles of a large village and high school;
on this farm ia a good H-room house, good
home barn, dandy workshop and henhouse, and
plenty of barn room for stock and crops; lo
and shed room for all toots and machinery;
with a nice fruit orchard; plenty of wood for
place, and running water at house and barn ;
with this farm are 16 head of stock, mostly
cows ; 4 horses, 10 shoats, 1 brood sow, 50 hens
and turkeys ; good set of farm machinery ; you
would like this place for a home: price of
this farm la only 4.509 ; terms are reason
NO. 242 FOR SALE, comfortable house of
7 rooms; 1 Mi acres of land: shed room and
barn; nlca chlckenhouse. also a few fruit
trees ; this place would make a nice home,
being ao eentrahy located to the busihesa sec
tion and near to ton-heds. This house is a
bargain at only ll.SM. with small payment
down ; balance on monthly payment as rent ;
let us show you this one. 2T4tf
We hava properties in all the nearby locali
ties for sale or exchange; make us a call if
you wish to sell, buy, or exchange properties.
J. J. DASHNER, Real Estate Agent,
Successor ef the Smith Dashner Real Estate
Reasss I. I. IS, Rowland-Cave Bide,
Barra City. Vt. Tel. Cen.
ccd enr od arvr.UMiM nn Frinklin
street, t rooms. 2 reception halls, bstti-room
upsuurs. toilet oownsisirs : isunurr iwm
pantry: gas. electric lights, and furaace hat ;
rent. tliX'D. !i64U
FOR SALK OR RENT Cot tare house.
rooms, bath, pantry, sleeping porch : gaa, elec
tricity, furnace; East atrset extension ; rent
TENEMENT Branch street, rooms
Ti:VEMENT-roatr street, 4 rooms; M
Telephone 114-1 it. A. PRELPS 1(1.
FARM, FOR 8AIS OR EXCHANC.E for
rmxt rentinc property; farms that aill ke
from li to to ros; ot korstion. I I'
Sie.srt. NorScld. Vt. fSSt:"'
WANTFIV Twoeanrers: 1r4j work. Cen
tral Granite C-. Smith street. iSi'U
XTEr k po'her ana he4-eettT. Ap
ply ta I haa. Harioev. Harre. Vt X'ni
W ANTE! At tmrr. a IH fo
m arara. Mr. R- i- Avary. Hi
'. N H
"w-ANTE! A l4r h eea lie
aortumeeiial draftinr : lernissrnt pnslthisi an4
anna aaiary e nan, I"
Urea. iarusi. pm"
! a C.F VTB WANTF! -'.r os w4!r salary
'snd rr rft. i-rnt : lS-4efft anwle, tf.ee1
m ,my bom. bei. garaaa. ateomsblp. e
kailtm. rmt'"na4 stw : f- aar.T. :
F. C. tk 4 O- IW lewl'
street. Ms- I
II TvrH Pr k tunas: ei4 t-ewt
fnr ai i sr rsfUms"! ; biwe
wske u HI waetiy. C. K. uWe-d
SVTTT- Pa-try r ; gW T S'4
rm4i erw"l. Anr'y ta A B !--,-
H,tr!w I--. M.4 wt. Vt. i-.f
Mr' HA!S(lt TO l.rir.X"!-r-r
I s "l t" ; asrak w -.!"
Iss f -4 -e "f '11 w-"e
mwMa." re A'e Owra lis t'-w-i
Urn. Mm "
! Attention, Horfe Owners!
earry sargwat Mwa af a
ttkarfcase a41 eswa Farstvakwiga af amy
, ewra I aaSVSaa-si eaarMy. "
a fc'waas. taaaa awl aask. Cf tJs
faraary 4a aajtUis'
ta ha Varaasss Itwa.
arkapsa. ta tr- r - "' "
IT-ftSAII Jl TAitri
Hats aHraat srra, i
WANTS IN THE
1 TIMES AND fJET
TO KKNT-A rlesirsbla .njom tenement,
newly psliitud anil paper; situated within a
few minutes' walk of all south end sheds I
barn, iianli-n, pasture for cow; nlct spnna
wslor; just the place fur a stonecutter who
wuhes to drive in tn work. Inquire Turney h
Lhur-hill. Uranllevllla: telephone 277-W. K7HH
TO KENT Two or threa rooms, rumlshed
or unfurnished ; with furnace heat and bath;
Ilk-lit housekeeping', privilege It uceireO. Apply
at 78 Merrtwiit street. H'SU
f'O'i TAflE TO RENT Corner of Eastern
svxnua and Knst streKt, Apiily next house, 8S
l.iuili rii .avenue. X(u
TO KENT Right-room rotlaaa house on
U r. . U . I . . . HnHavM AIIU,nl,fllM. In
c lulling a set rnnirc; also a good hsrn and
garnen. inquire l), n, rerry . nomi jii
Agency. " t
ROOM TO RENT All modern conveniences.
Csll at 17 WellinirtoB street. 27"
TO RENT Tenement for rent on first floor
with modern improvements and furnace heat.
1 Pleasant street E. L. Densmore, 228tt
TO RENT Two front rooms suitable for
offices : corner of North Main and Granita
streets. Apply at Creamery, BOO North Main
street. - . .. - l6tl
IIV, I. L'XIT t . ...Mn.nl . . OttSITV
street, with barn and rarrta (rehouse, fee small
family: 1H miles from Bsrre City: terms
moderate for the winter. Box 72, R. F.y.
WILL BELL PROTECTOGRAPH machine,
model H, with sterling dial, for IliO.OO cash;
never been used. Address No. 154, Bsrre Daily
FOR SALE 20 shoats, part pure Durocs
and a part of them O. t C.'s ; wa have a few
more bushels of small potatoes and mangoj
beets for chickens. J. A. Cumming, Barre,
Vt., tel. 489-M. 277t6
FOR SALE Westinghouse Induction motor,
40 h. p., constant speed, 2,200 volts. 10.6 am.
pere, i phase. 60 cycle, speed 860 r. p. m. j
good condition. Address Fred B. Allen, Bar
not. Vt., R. F. D. No. 1. 278U2
WANTED To sell between 2,000 and 8.000
rorda of hard wood on stump. U mile from
sidetrack at Roxbury, Vt. : good chanca to
make money. P. O. box 24, Randolph, Vt.
SHOATS FOR SALE Also No. 1 pressed
hay, tlfl.OO per ton delivered. R. C. Flanders.
R. F. D. No. 1, Barre, Vt. ; Orange County
phone, 62-4. 276tS
FOR SALE A few cords of nice green
hard wood ; also full-blooded rose combed
Dk. lln.1 u-l and White Lea-
horns. W. C. Mataon. Williamstown, Vt : N.
E. tel., S81-Z4. -woio
FOR SALE Etrga and stock from my fancy
strsin Blue Andulusians : great layers : win
ners at Montpelier, Hardwiek, nnd St. Albans
shows; ordeni booked now at $2.00 per setting.
Addresa W. J. Coetes, East Calais, Vt 272tl6
FOR SALE A-No. 1 maple wood: good
measure guaranteed : delivered at onra. Tele
phone 476-1. Mrs. L. D. Gale, .Williamstown.
FOR SALE Lumber, dimension IA special
ty ; green wood. J2.B0 delivered in city, for
cash ; wanted, men and teams to work In
woods. F. E Downing, tel. 208-4 Barre. or
2B.O Washington. 191ttf
FOR SALE Loose horse and cow hay. E.
Carleton, 21 Highland avenue; 'phone 441-U,
To pranitp Manufacturers. Tnr our
Guaranteed Three-Phased Electric? Heat
er on your Surface Cutter. Installed
on power rates. -
0. K. HEATER COMPANY
Team and . Farm Harness
Plenty of Team Harness
Plenty of Farm Harness
"A NEW STRAP FOR A POOR ONE"
TRICES A WAT DOWN LOW
COLTOX 8 STATE STREET
New lot of Drivig Harness, all
the new spring styles at last sea
It Pars ta Take Time ta Sea Colton"
COLTON 8 STATE STREET
WANTED To bira a farm with stork and
tools. Address "Farmer.-' care of Times
WANTED ows. ealves. bogs, bene, sheen,
bob calves, wsnted at all times; highest rash
onees paid ail: we sell and eirhange eawa
Berkley A Melntyre. telephone 4-a. l4tl
PRFSK1HAKER will a out by tha- fa? JJ
will take aewing home. Telephone S4-L U
WANT A POSITION as housekeeper : can
furnish the best of references, U Court
street. MontpeileT, Vt
TEAM WORK WANTED I am prepared
4o ad k .nds ad teaming or gelsersl truck work.
J-. A- Ksrobla. II Third street. toVphoaa
NOTirE-Wofnea with tender feet.
TSZ your wanta. B. Iu. al-
Iwnaisl aaJaa fee 44 ran Mia Ha
awa atery. I'rwrt sdUsl fcraaa at It Cigars
hi iaa warta. Fartary, llssdeew. X. .
WHEN IN NEED or
BARRE ELECTRIC CO.
i I P V .A. I
0. H. HALE,
xml | txt