ABOUT THE STATE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST rROM
Kx-flovoiiior I'. A. Woodbury U ill at
Mt. C'l. incns. MUli., aworiliiiK to word
nwlvt'd in llurlitiKton. Ilr wi-nt to tlie
lii'Ulth resort boiiio witki ago.
Mra. Xelii C T. lrwnwood of Prat
tlclmro has in lu-r .nosst-naiim two vty
old books, ono a ; Latin j?rRiuiiiHr
tfm othi-r a UilK liotli publialir-d in the
Hiistol'a town debt, which boon in
?ri'astd bv $.V0(Ml in the last jour, la
canning exi'itrineiit in that lo-tlity. 1 lio
matter was thoroughly threshed out n
town liHH'tiiiK to-day.
Mr. and Mra. A. L. Snxton. the former
...ri1,i,.ii,l.tit. hf th Brnttlohoro town
farm, are in a bad condition as th result
of a runaway accident, when the Hlolgli
frir i.o i-irtipr of a bridue nnd throw
the occupants out. -Er. Sax ton W
lrilrfn urn. and a bad shiikinjr up, while
Mr. Saxton liad a fracture of the lower
and upper jnw, a fracture at tno Dane ti
be bruin, Revere, laceration of the face
and one cheek nearly torn from the jaw.
His condition ifi very critical. The borne
ran into the brook and from there into
the millpond, where it was caugnt.
GET FINE BEQUEST. '
Kurn Hattin Homes at Westminster Re
Through the will of Mis Lorinda
Fitch, late of Wilmington, final settle
ment of whose estate was allowed in the
probate court Saturday, the New Kng
land Kurn Ifattin Homes receive $18.
i'15.57, which is the residue and remaind
er of the estate. The same institution
receives also 2,IM)0 shares of the Krattle
boro Mining company. All of this to be
used "for the girls' department of said
homes, if one exists, but if not, given for
the general expenses of the homes."
The main buildings of the Kurn Hat
tin Homes are in Westminster, but the
institution maintains the Warner Home
in Saxtons Kiver. At present they pro
vide a home for orphan hoys.
. Miss Fitch was a daughter of the late
Augustus Fitch, a well-to-do farmer in
Wilmington. She died last .Tilly. After,
the death of the parents Miss Fitch and
her two brothers, Augustus and Free
man, neither of whom was married, con
tinued to live in the old homestead, and
Miss Fitch inherited her brothers' wtateit.
The money was earned at farming.
Tlipre are UI uersonal bequests rang
ing from $200 to .$2,000. also the follow
ing: Congregational church of West
Dover, S-HM); Congregational rnureii or
Union church of Wilmington. ?500; Riv
erview Cemetery association of W il
mington. 100; 'Mountain View'CYme
,.rv nHsoriation of West Dover, $300;
Dover Center Cemetery association,
$200; West Dover Cemetery association.
ft-iiio- Intervale Cemetery association
., Wilmington. $300. Of these last be-
,,,i,,ttj it a nroviilei 1 that the interest
onlv is to be used.
The entire .estate, jifter paying the ex-
r,..nBp of administration, amounted to
STATION WAS SMASHED.
When Car Were Wrecked in Front of
It at South PownaL
Bennington, March 2.-The passenger
.i..4!..n lm freight deiait at South
IWnul were completely demolished yes-
,.r,lv l,v a remarkable railroad acci-f
dent. Hid heavy charges of dynamite
been exploded under the buildings the
destruction would not have been more
A long freight train pulled by two
locomotives Biid running from IWon to
Troy broke in two a short distance east
of the station at als.ut f: o'clock. The
FOR DRINK -HABIT
into sbe and useful cit.e.. and so tron
,. our eonndenee in its rume ""'',
. w.nt to the (. that (.hRINK
after a you re no h-netit. rmr nv-r
he refun.Lt OKK1NF. c.ts only IM
kn. Ask Tor free
Floyd G. KussWl.
Iki) North Msia sti-eet
Rot and eeld watee,
lent- 4'wteare tete
( nisine an aerrtce anescle
ll.M ret Ijsjt ('
THE IDEAL TRIP and TIME
. Visit the California Expositions
nhtfai IN may VittZ
16-Dav Cruises Through the
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MfM S!k. liixation
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Try "GETS-IT," It's
Magic for Corns!
New, Simple, Common-Sense Way
You will never know how wily ey It !
to get rlil of a corn, until you hv tried
"OETS-IT." Nothing lik It h ever been
produced. It take lew time to apply It than
it doe to read thl. It will dumfound you,
Kal-ylt Corn-pain in Eeenr Nerval V-"GETS-lTi"
It "Gets" Every Com
. .. .. l 1 . ...1 Iiin7 f)l0 for
m t f
especially it you neve y "..j.
corns. Two drop, applied in a few eeondi
that's all. The corn shrivels, then coium right
off, painlessly, without tuninitor trouble. Jf
you have ever made a fat bundle out of your
toe with oaniiages; uw . "
cotton, ring ; corn-pulling salve. ; corn-t...a
plasterswell, you'll ippiwum i""
when you use "GETS-IT." Your corn-agony
will vanish. Cutting and gouging with knives,
razors, (ilea and scissors, and the danger of
blood poison, are done away with. Try
(JETS-IT ta-night Ior any corn, nuuan
wart or bunion, riever iwu.
(JETS-IT w old by druggist everjwmiR
25c a bottle, or sent direct by twrence at
section of. the train with the engines
stopped and the rear section ran into it.
The crash of the two sections occurred
just opposite the station. When the
cars came together they buckled and the
rear section swung against the station
and smashed the building into kindling
wood. Two cars heavily loaded wung
by the station and demolished the
freight house. Fortunately neither the
station nor the freight house were oc
cupied at the time of the accident.
Tin Hie was tied up until about
Drug Fiend Snatched "Dope."
I'nable to procure cocaine, heroin
anil other drugs in New York and Mas
sachusetts because of the rigid laws in
fnc in these states the "fiends" have.
been coming to Bennington and the
druggists there have been forced to use
not a little caution to discriminate be
tween customers prior to the operation
of the new law March 1.
About S o'clock Sunday evening a
young manfi who later gave his name
'as William Cummings, called at the
Qninlan drug store 011 Xorth street and
asked the clerk to sell him some co
caine and heroin. While the clerk back
was turned the "fiend" seized a package
and ran out of the store.
Officer Richard Hurley was notified of
the theft and accompanied by Deputy
Sheriff Perry H. tiardncr trailed the
young man to llayiie'a corners and put
him under arret, dimming was on
foot when arrested and wa evidently
making his way toward Hoosirk Falla.
From Hoosirk Falls lie said ho was going
to Albany. While on his way to jail.
Cunimings twice injected cocaine into
hi right arm to steady m buhhhk
nerve-. He said that he was 22 years old
nnd that he had been a victim 01 tne
drug habit for ten years. At the age
of 2 he met with an accident which re
sulted in three broken ribs. One of the
fractured ribs, he said, punctured a lung
and his recovery was islow. The use of
opiates to sulnlue the pain at this time
was the Winning of the hebit. He said
that he hail taken several cures and that
none had proved beneficial.
CAR CRASHED INTO TREE.
Motorman Stuck to Job on Burlington
line and Wai Not Hurt.
Burlington, March 2. Sumner Carpen
ter, traction company motorman, bad a
narrow ewaja- yesterday morning win 11
hi. car ran off the track on Shcllairn"
street, at the foot of Ledge road, and
era-bed into a tree. Tie tra.k cov
ered with uow and h. which, caused
the forward winds to leave the rv!.
The rear trucks remained 011 the iron.
The iii..tornun and the conductor. Mr.
Milliard, were t'oing iith to m-t an
earlier ear vhh tit through Pine
street to Shell.urne etrwt carrying mill
en.idovee. This car al-o left the switch
on M.clhume street, below Park ave
nue and the second car was on the way
dnun to relieve ln-r.
Tbe track wss cleared of tiow when
tle l-t trin m'le Vinola) night,
but it ilnfted in bfre morning.
Wlien the forward vtid of the car left
TW" KKOU.N LAIN II
From San Francisco Mav
(Mre4. tsssaaas. Hwnmnmm
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
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CITY. N. J.
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MVUJN HAINE COMPANV
1 1, a tra.'k It nlowed aloiiif for suinn dis
tance in the snow and struck against a
tree, grazed another tree, and cut in two
a large cedar telegraph pole, then stopped.
The niotornmii stuck to his post and
was uninjured. The car fender was
smashed and the forward Bteps nearest
the tree wrenched off. Several windows
were broken and the side of the car
showed much damage. .
Another car was scut to the scene and
the wrecked car huuled to the barn.
There was only a short delay in sorvu:...
In the meantime the lower car had been
rescued by another crew that went down
via Fine 'street.
HARVESTER CO. FIGHTS
Says Enforcement of Decree Ordering
"Trust" to Dissolve Into Three
Parts Would Compel Re
ceivership. Washington, March 2. Appointment of
a receiver for the International Harves
ter Co. is inevitable if the supreme court
sustains the anti-trust decree, ordering
its dissolution, the company declared in
its brief tiled yesterday with the supreme
court in the. government's dissolution
suit. The case will he argued Apri! .'.
Tlw.ro in no nossibilit v. the brief de
clared, of complying Willi tne oecree ui-
deritig the "trust ' dissolved into mice
parts without a receivership, forced sale
and enormous loss to stockholders. This,
it was stated, is because purchasers could
not lie found to take over the disinte
grated business with other strong, estab
lished competitors in the field.
The company denied it has fixed un
reasonable prices, made excessive profits,
discriminated to destroy competitors, de
teriorated products, dismantled plants,
treated employes or. competitors unfair
ly, monopolized raw or luanufactured
materials, haB monopolistic patents, has
attempted to exclude competitors unfair
ly or has injured the public. It declared
it has benefited consumers.
Profits of the component companies
have been less since the combination was
made in 1002, it was asserted. Merc size
of the business combined, the company
asserts, is not proof of illegal combina
tion. POTATOES IN PLACE OF BREAD.
Ko Scientific Reason for Not Substitut
ing Them as Wheat Rises Higher.
Washington, D. C, March 2. If wheat
remains at its present high figure or con
tinues to rise in price and if there is a
corresponding increase in the price of
hread scientists in the United States
department of agriculture nuggest that
the ordinary household will find it ad
vantageous to eat more potatoes and
less bread. With potatoes at NO rents
a bushel, ten cents worth or ten pqund
u-ill cive the consumer a little more
actual nourishment than two one-pound
loaves of bread at five cents each. I Me
protein and fat are present in apprecia
bly larger amounts in the bread, but the
potatoes will be found to furnish more
carbohydrates, and more heat unit.
Carli)hydrates, (starch) contributes
greatly to th? energy value of any diet
ami since notatoes are rich in these, fam
ilies that wish to expend their money to
the best advantage are recommended to
consider whether they cannot make a
n.i, evteiuleil ue of them. They are
easy to cook and when prepared in dif
ferent ways can lie made to lend variety
to the winter diet when green vege
tables are hard to obtain. Like other
food relatively rich in carbohydrates,
however, potatoes should he eaten with
iiwmI correHnonilinely rich in proiein.
such as milk, meat, eggs, etc. and witn
foods like butter, cream and meat fat
to sunidy the fat that the body needs.
Under normal conditions in Kurope
and America tne poiaiu i
bread a a carbohydrate food. If prices
change sufficiently to make it desirable
from a financial js'int 01 view iwis
no scientific reason why potatoes should
not be auWitnted to a great extent
for bread. In addition the otato, like
many fruits and vegetables, helps to neu
tralise an acid condition in the body.
This is another reason for its being
eaten in combination with meat, fish,
and other animal foods.
Resolutions on Education.
Iteeoluliuna adopted by the Washing
ton County Superintendents' association
ami father superintendents:
He-solved. That the pjintment M
nu mber of the state board of education
should be confirmed by tha Senate and
that only Ihime professionally engage.! la
education should be mludid Irom the
That mentlr of the lard shoulJ re
ceive pay for time actually sjx-nt in per
formance of their duty.
That we reaffirm and quote the re
lution adopted by the iirintenJent at
yu.tn Citv rk" in regard to tin age cf
n'fii achnol. i..! We belies that
the minimum aire for admission to thr
el. tnentary buds should not b lc
Can sis yes. ....
Tliat the ' liool year shall t loiij-er
than we.-k. and that the state render
a.l Vd aid in aaiting towis fmsm tally
ak. in etrrvire u hm. i
That the esUblifhmetit of juntor !.;.
,Imm.1 on the sit sM sn plan I-" m.te
t-rmisetve and Ik.i.1J le rneouragej by
Tht the eertifieatioa "f
placed in the Lands of the stste orJ
f -d neat iofl.
That the swlecttoei snl pun-haw eif
f.,.t..V art siifTlt'-e shall bit in
tr l.sfiH 'f "' authorities,
i That e favor te eontifmat ton nt t'w
i,.r.il twlrtwv's. nr.'..T yt--r "r-
iit.t 1 Tim. re lte ,'ml trs.titng fa
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Unci W1 te-arl fr aec'it!!.? .e--
'sun r.f,.'.',4ti'm re;wiMtin.
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DYSPEPSIA ON THE DECLINE.
Seaver's Dyspepsia Tablets Cure 49 Cases
Out of jo.
Why anyone in Harre, Kant Itarre, or
C11 hot should continue to suiter with in
digestion when a box of SKAVKH'S DYS
l'Kl'SlA TAMLKTS will cure, is certain
ly a mystery. Red Cross Pharmacy.
Frank Hoark, and K. C. Voodiy & Co.
have been selling SKAVKK'S DYSPEP
SIA TAULKTK for some time, and they
know from actual experience right here
in their own at ores just what KF.AV
FR S FAMOUS DYSPEPSIA. TABLETS
will do, and if you inquire of Red Cross
Pharmacy, Frank Koark, or S. C. Voodiy
4. Co. they will tell you they never knew
a remedy to prove so decidedly beneficial
in the treatment of indigestion, dyspep
sia, palpitation, sleeplessness and other
forms of stomach trouble.
It certainly ought to give you confi
dence when you know thf t every 50c 1"X
of SKAVEU'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
contains 20 days' treatment, and at the
end of that time if you are not decidedly
benefited, all you need to do is to go back
to the deah-r and get your money.
SEAVER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are
sold right on their own merits. They
cure indigestion aimply by toning up the
stomach ami digestive organs so that the
food will assimilate and give strength to
the avatem, just as' nature intended.
SEAVER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are
such a good nerve tonic, too. Just try a
box and see if it doesn't give you new
energy, new ambition and new courage
to earn? out your plana and daily work.
If it doesn't," your money back. Advt.
This and Five Cents!
nOK'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip,
enclose five cents to Foley & Co., Chi
cago, 111., writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive, in return a
trial package containing Foley's " Honey
and Tar Compound, ior cougus, couis aim
croup, Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley
Cathartic Tablets. Advt.
Most middle-aged men and women are
clad to learn that Foley Kidney Pills
irive- relier irom jaiif!uiuiife, mui
e . , , . - .
sore muscles anu joints, puuine unuii
eyes, backache, bladder weakness and
rheumatism. They get results. Contain'
no harmful drugs. Advt.
DeafneM Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, a they cannot reach ths
dlwMed fKtloo of tie ear. There I only on.
wm U eoredeafne... and that la by eoostltatkm.
"l remedies, ltesfness Is csused hjr t. tinted
eindlZn f the muc-ous Unit of the Kustsehls;
uVJ .t,i ,i Is tnSsuted ou hsve
rumbilnr sound or imperfect hearing, and wb'Q
It I "ntlrelr eUmri Itestness I the result, and
blTtirr.tored to It. norm, cotd.tlon. bear
It will be destroyd forever; nine esses out oj
15 .11 . JZ.Li be Catarrh, whlrb la nothlne but
inless toe innsminsiwn c.u
Will stlTW UnW llMUUiru .
r.JU: ,;-a be cstsrrbl thst csnn-H b
. m i.saoauil trtV I IT U I IUSL 111
eured br Hall a CatsrrS Cur. rua ior wren-
Wtt- T. J. CIIENET
CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Prueitlsts, T5e.
Take BU lamlly rut for constipation.
The City Auction
is the place where you can
convert goods you do not
need into cash. Brings them
in at once.
Auction Sale on Saturday
at 2 and 7 p. m.
0. II, HALE,
Leave the Wiring To Us
and e still ! it without injurino jnttr
all r reilinn. 13 it ao it ill
interlere tt It the aprane of the
room, have finished y.m ill
he at.le 10
Make Electricity Year Servant
BARRE ELECTRIC CO.
135 Ns. Mail St. Bane, Vt.
7 0 A
Inrreaeed atslea r"
I are- sell, nm-a - ISe I gsn
la the vartd.
f artery, MaainsaKi. N. H
KHTATE OF GKOKIJE M. WEBSTER
Th underaigned, havina Wn appoint"! by
the honorable proUte court for tha dwtrift
of WanhliiKton, C0MM1S81ONEK8. to receive,
examine, and aitjuiit the claima nnd demand
of aM perona aaaliut the eetate of (Jeoriio
M. Webster, late of Cabot, In said district.
d'ied. and all claima exhibited In offset
thereto, hereby aive notice that we will meet
for the purpose aforesaid at the residence or
Mrs. Ellen M. Welxter. in the town r
, i ..1,1 district, on the 8d day of
March and S!th day of July next, from 1
o'clock p. m. until 4 o'clock p. m., on each
of said daya, and that ix months from the
30th day of January, A. D. 1916, is the time
limited by said court for ald creditora to
prsaent their claima to ua for examination
and jllowsiu-e. ,
Dated at Cabot, thia 12th day of February,
A. l). mis.
UEAt'MAN 0. ROfiERS,
RALPH M. HOYT.
Feb. 16-23 March 2
All kinds of upholstering; at the lowest
prices. Guaranteed to save you 28 per cent.
Work called for and delivered free. Send
poetal or phone and we'll call anl givo you
24 NorthfteJd BU. Montpelier, Vt., Tel. 45-M
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VIOLINIST TEACHER AND
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122 North Mala Street Barra, Vermont
DR. G. L. T. HAYES
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES
PECULIAR TO WOMEN
OFFICE HOURS t I to i P. M.
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
Awo by Appointment
14 ana II Blanthard Building Tslephsa tl
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
Office in Rm IS. Mile BaUdlng
OFFICE HOURS : a. m U If m. and I hSO to 4
il fiw. Monday. Tuesday. Thursday aad Friday
M. J. WIHTCOMB
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Calls Answered Promptly,
An I'p-to-Date Aanbalance In Cannectlen
EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone S19-X
WILLIAMSTOWN, VT. Telephones 3i-
Havlaa "n0" ''' TrH,DC 1
prepared to er.a any bo mr 4 t "
Ice of a Btldwtfe or obstetric Buna. Address
Mrs. Elizabeth La Clair
14 8atair Teteplin ITS-ls. Bsrrs, Vt
Attention, Horse Owners!
W rry the largeat Un af Harass.
RbuikeU na" Her Famlsliui- ef any ee-
eern In Waahlngten rannty. and ear nrtre
).. Uweet. Cs an see. Oar Httl
fartery U eepa f asaanfactnr aythl
1. ik. Harness Una. Plenty ( eeataetent
werkaeea U ft ra atunfien aad
SHERMAN N. PARKER
Kerta Main Street arr. VmnM
A HARD COLD
due to a u!Jen charm in weather.
,poira or any eau. n glerl 1 m.T
lead to aerioua rung trouble. Keep
llowns' Eliiir in ths medicne cupboatrd
aad take belors tha cold develops into
pneumonia, or consumption tseeoaaaa
xsted. ISold Ter7rhrv AdTt.
Star Est C
ftrr Petal. Tee
C an Ct
TSsI Are Jas Right T
We Have the Good
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Whea V0U st fire
tt Jeelry, rome ta
ae cur splesd)4 4lispUy.
j Q. J. DODGE. TTtC JCWtlcr
fa Mas Sweaat
I rcprcr.t ffven
Ircn of the Iarpe:-t
an I lt Stock an I
Mutual Fire Infur
sr.ee Ccpanies. Afk
j. V. DILLON
S aa S li I'- a-
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FOUR LINKS FOR 2T)C
Find TKor8.Te"' orr.dv
Ave aenla for the first insertion and nve cents
for each subseaueiu mseino..
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
.-.wl, lv.ij eit ir..Mu hrtiiss. comer
numr, rii, n .... 1 1
Rlrhartlson .and Hill .treet : yon. w.nn.
one of tti tips l nouses in " "V. b
ln.ii.. . modern in vary way. ranK
FOR SALE -Ril estate, 1800: 2
and East Barre. known as tha aprina u "
property, and now occupiea or
L.J AA elven. Address O. L. Wood-
worth. 2441 r'oleum itroet, Los Angele. Cell
rinu vriR SALE Conslstlna of t acres.
diviaii as ioiiows; -- . v
aire, 10 acres pasture; will carry ,owt
.. . . . end til -
mile u cnooi, e mum , . " . V 7' kii,i
city i haa nit take front : ideal place o build
summer resort : baa 2-story slaU roof. house,
Is rue bants, 200-ton silo. 200 apil e trees, 100
e a a i A , . a Alamnntlatl aft n CI
t. i.f 1-v . ttl. artslhasPftwi at th dOOT I
located in. th Champlain valley: no better
a i- . I . 1 1 - I nn I Inn v i fal 1 H
farm to be naa , no noiucr
. . . i.i. UUinahU nnir
riRht, terms restsonaoie, " -----refused
; for particulars writ, or. better com
and aee me: prospective buyers will be met at
the train at West Ctiaxy ana an-o -"""
free of chant.. Allle Patnode "amp alnVal
ley Farm Agency. West Chaxy, N. Y. 288eodt6
SALE OR SENT Houae on Franklin street:
g room. 2 reception hall, bath, pantry laun
dry and downstair toilet ; g-aa. electricity, fur
nace heat: rent. 126.00. 26
SALE OR KENT t'ottasr houe: 6 rooms.,
bath, pantry, sleeping porch, km. elec tricity .
furnace heat: Kast .treet: rent. 118.00 295 f
rOTTAGE-Perry atreeti rent, 110.00. 26 f
HOUSE-Maple avenue: rent, S12.00 "tr
TENEMENT Foster treet; rent, 9- f
TENEMENT Branch atreet; rent. IU.00
TENEMENT Beckley court: rent, W-0-
Telephone J14-2 H. A. PHELPS CO.
Real Estate Agent .
OFFERS SOME NEAT LITTLE BARGAINS
IN FARMS AND CITY PROPERTIES
NO. 248 For Sale or Exchaniie : A very
good farm containing 100 acres of land , 85
acres in tillaye. balance paature and wood
land: land i free from .tone and dire.
suirar tree and some uaar tools : also a good
fruit orchard : 60 M. of soft wood ; barn meas
ures 40x60: chickenhouse and Bhed room,
water connections for house and barn : the
house consist of S rooms, aetd from halls
and pantry: building is in fair condition.
Shi. farm i located 814 miles from 3 aood
villaarea : owner will exenanae .;
able property; the market price of thia prop
erty is only tl.200 : term, are very reason
able: for a farm of thia ie. the valuation
hi very lowi let us nave a
NO. 244--For Sale: Nice hu'
located on one of the best street, in the city .
built only year, atto and thoroughly iuipped
with all the latest improvement, i finished in
l j. ia mtitM era. and eiectnctty ;
hot and eold-water connections: nice comfort
able cellar with cemented txrttom : tni. nu
consieta of 6 rooms aside from halls, Pntrr
. . u . ,.-. v.nni4A on the front that
.' T . -ill ll .t a low price. 287tf
CJBV I.WVi veeast. ...
kt oie tr.- Qaia. nr Erhiinire : Farm
1- t . Uhit Citv: this is a fianrir
little farm. conUinin C rr of fine, tillable
i-.j. -in kaaasn S ow and team; a flne
' nn m liuU farm and atao work
in the city: the buidintrs r all in srood
condition: house consists of 6 rooms: you
k. thi. farm, with all the stock, cto
and tools, for tl.80: the personal property
include. 1 cow. 1 horse. 1 colt, SO to u nens
a , 1 Bir,,n 1 1 -horse watron
.11 mtr itm
r- - ...A . talk with ua on farms,
timber tract, store., hotels, in fact, all kinds
of real estate. We have listed a tame number
of farms and city properties m the past few
months and will be ready to show you few
J. J. PASHNER, Real Estate Asent.
Roeaii 1. f. IS. Hewland-Cav Bldf,
Barn City. Vt Tel. ten.
BUY BEFORE MARCH 13
A FEW ATTRACTIVE. MIDIOI PRICED
FARMS THE KIND THAT DO NOT DIS
APPOINT YOU L'PON EXAMINATION
NO. 159 tJ acre, of land. 4S mile from
Barre and J 4 miiea to PUinfield: the felds
lay level and are free from stone: excellent
soil: large fruit orchard, which yields a good
income: sugar orchard of h to m-.U.
equipped: good '-room house, well painted
barn and henhouse: this is an exceptional
one-man farm and is well adapted for truck
gardening j onlr S minutea onre irom n-"-City;
prtce only 2t0t0. '
VO. 77 Farm, slock, tools and crops: wood
enough to par for all and can be sold right en
the farm: 1S5 to 140 acres; S miles to riatn
neld village on an excellent road which tterer
dnftn : good home hem. rlachuarded and r""
ed extra good stork barn : hennery large
enough for Xix hen. ; silo; the bow sj oe'
painted outside and in good rerair inside:
the fields lay smooth: good peeture: aome
fruit ; running water at houee and barn : the
personal irf.eri eonststa of H extra go.
eowm. I hre. I nig, eelf. pouHrv. a neaHy
new eel of farming tool, and marhineir. hag
an4 .Wage: evervthing a in shape t do bus
nm. with an lnen- feoea the start ; price
i ii n, 12 -ill o: let o tell yon more
SO STa Tnar and ene-half nila frere
Plin-ld: contain ! act; sue.r eerlrd
- loo t snuinped: g.d kuild -rs; for
.! II "pn: terms. S!.(K doe a. e wli.
Is eiw this to you, W7tf
THE I. A. PERRY RtAL rSTS.TR ACtNCT
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te e all kinds wf .rart."g aae -m.-.f.tead Mli. late.
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Ttl It KNT- Lower tenement, on Quarry
street, with barn and rarriaaehouH, for small
fumlly; l'.j miles from Harre Ciity ! ternia
moderate for the winter. Mrs Catherine I'er
rin, box Ti, R. F. D. No. .
TO KKNT Extra nira furnished room,,
with all modern convenience. Inquire at 8K
Keith avenue. ' Wf
8MALL TENEMENT TO RKNT Inquire of
Dr. O. U. Utickney, WaahlitKton street. Wtlt
TO RENT Five-room tenement with s
liifhts and range: pantry and worlshed : stall
for horse; also store with (, front, In fine
locality for erocery. 1. N. McUUan, 95 F.ut
atreeti tel. 178-12. ' 2M4tf
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, unusually
pleasant location, some for liifht housekeeplmr :
also, if you desire to employ asalatanta in any
line of Lulxir, or winh a situation, call on. call
up. or address Capital Employment Asrenry.
104 Main atreet. Montpelier, Vt. 28.1U6
TO RENT Eiuht-room eottatr hona on
Merchant -treet : modern conveniences, ln
eludlnr a set range ; also a Rood barn and
trarden. Inquire D. A. Perry Real Estat
TO RENT Two front rooms suitable for
efflcee i corner of North Main and Granite
streeu. Apply at Creamery, 00 Noith Msin
TO KENT Lower tenement, on Quarry
street, with barn and carriaaehouse. for small
family: 1H mile from Brr City I term
moderate for the winter. Box 72, R. F.
No. 4. IM
FOR SALE A few rood hoU, weiithin
from BO ths. up. Inquire of A. Farouhar,
East Hill; telephone 886-13. 29712
FOR SALE New milch cows : also I regis
tered Jersey hull. 2 year old and a dandy.
B. F. Davis. Trow Hill. 27t
FOR SALE A few nice fresh eows Just
come in ; also a black horse, 10 years old
weighs about 1.050 lbs. ; good worker and
driver. E. Gooley, Beckley Hill. tel. 41S-1.
Barre, Vt. 29it
FOR SALE A matched parr of marea. 7
and 8 years old : sound and kind in every ,
way: will sell one, or both. O. E. Colhurn.
Washington, Vt. ww-
FOR SALE Power machine that can be
propelled by doff, sheep or goat: apparatus tta
good as new; can be used with eeparntor ; to
be sold at a sacrifice. Apply at IS Forsyth
FOR SALf-One bar mare 5 years old.
sound and gentle; 1 bay mare 12 years old.
kind and gentle: also small pi ior saie.
M. J. McLean, Williamstown, Vt. 2StS
FOR SALE A horse, nearly 5 year 01a :
gentle, kind and afe for woman to drive.
Inquire of A. B. Caaaavoy, South Barre, Vt.
FOR SALE A light expreaa wagon: will
exchange for a lighter one. Call at 213 South
Main street: telephone S06-M. zvm-
c-nw cat. IT Vnrire stock of confectionery
and tobacco (domestic and imported I ; also all
store fixtures ; must be sold at once to close
the estate of Ute Oscar Borgh : prospective
buyer, are asked to call at the store, nil nonn
Main street, Barre. Vt ! Hilbert Samuelfon.
FOR SALE A-No. 1 manl wood: good
measure guaranteed : delivered at once. Tele
phone 476-1. Mrs. L. D. Gale, Williamstown
FOR SALE-Lcose horse and cow hay K
Carleton. 21 Highland avenue; 'phone 4JjJ;
PRAIRIE STATE INCUBATOR
Small and large iis : order now; a few
machines used one season.
A. W. ALLEN COMPANY
Oranc County and New England Telephone
Strong. Ught and Easy unnlng
The best value on the market for farmer
and lumbermen. We have them all ready
COME AMI sr..
A. W. ALLEN CO.
Orange County and New England Telephane
STUDEBAKER HARNESS j
' All new. fresh stock, r ARM
NESS. EXPRFSS HARNESS. PRIV
INC, HARNESS. SPECIAL NON
CHAFING HARNESS. Cn and See.
A. W ALLEN CO.
New Eng. and Orange C, Telephone
All Ready te Hitch T
84 STATE STREET
NEW STYLES FOR 11. ALL IN. READY
TO SHOW YOU REST VALUES
WE HAVE KVF.R SEEN
84 STATE STREET
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