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THE KAKKFi DAILY T1JUKS, JIAKRK, VT SATURDAY, MARCH (5, 11UO.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS Twenty-four rpidnt of Brnttlrlimo Iibvh (ili'il nsBOfitition papers with bccto tiiry of ntufa to Imi known n the Anno fiutcd Clmritiea of Hiattli'boro, for tliu purpose of BcpuriiiR money ruined from rliurrh collections and in other ways und to HHKiHt persons in need of relief from viirioiiH finises. The association has no capital toek. Mrs. F. A. Wells heads tno list of subscribers. After nearly 40 years' use, as an opera Iioukc, and until the construction , of the Shiine, theatre and the I'lii.v house, the bifrpest amusenient place in Rutland, the block at 18 Merchants' row will be con structed into a department store and probably within a few weeks the entire block will be occupied by the Surprise Merchandise Co. FOUND BESIDE TRACK. Center Rutland Man May Have Fallen Off a Train. Rutland, March 6. Frank Pyninski of Center Rutland was found beside the railroad track in Center Rutland yes terday morning Buffering from a brok en jaw bone, many bruises and probably a fracture of the skull. He was taken to Proctor hospital for treatment. He was in Kutland Thursday night and either fell off of a train while on his !way home or was struck by a train while track walking. EAST RARRE The players from the Barre opera bouse will present at the opera House (Saturday evening, March 6, "The Cow puncher's Sweetheart." It is a western comedy-drama in four acts. Dancing lifter "the show. Twenty-five cents to nil. Deafness Cannot Be Cured r local application!, aa they cannot reach th seised pOrtlon of the r. There U only oui jay to cur. desfness. and that la by constitution. remedies. Desfness Is caused by an mi piulitltm .f the mucous lining of the Eustachian Me. When thla tub. 1. Inflamed you have a nrabllng aound or Imperfect bearing, and when f i entirely cloeed UeafneM la the result, and Bleaa the innammstfon can be taken out ana is tube resturrd to Its normal coiulith.n, heiir tit will be destroyed forerer: nine eases out of In er caused by Catarrh, which la nothing but n Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will glre On. Hundred Hollars fur any ca. f lafneS (caused by catarrh) that cannot h. Bred by Hall Ctrrh Cure. 8eud for clrcu- fr"- r. J. CHEN EI & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by Prtiggtsts, 73c Tako Hall! family I'lll for eonstlpitlon. STOP AT REVEREHOUSE BOSTON Hot and eold water. Ion dintance tele phone in every room. SO rooms with bath. Cuisine and lervice unexcelled. 11.00 Per Day and I'pward In the Heart of the Canadian Rockies Grand Old Mount AMiniboin for tho Alpino climber with tbo luiurioui C diaa Pacific hotel at Banff lr at hand. ThU U only- of thound acenea along th liao of th Canadian Pacific Railway Nature's Exposition Route TO THE CALIFORNIA EXPOSITIONS Stop off whtrt you chooao atr chart Srw 1915 Pfx Coast Ttmrt Foldrr gitxs full intripUon F. R. TERRV General Ar"t Tae-eriref Irnmeti ( inadill I'ariti Itailvay )32 WaJtmtea StrMt. kevtao THE IDEAL TRIP and TIME Visit the California Expositions Delightful IM MAY The Expositions Weather lVl I Fully Completed lf-I)av Cruics Through the PANAMA CANAL LR(.E AMERICAN TRANSATLANTIC LINERS -HNLANir ?JZL2 "KKOONLANir From Ne w Voik Mav 1 From San Francieo May 26 a4 K'-rwmrtf r .rr Tbi'4 ea TWsafsrr ttH11 TI'MT ONE AT HATTsU HTBIsl m AT FAIL rAKA"t r.'.rif :C USE, 4 -ta :. t total Are ill n;tTS ATLANTIC C ITV, N. J. THE ST. CHARLES M.t Skt IxxfctK.n VrtmVmz the Beach ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. MINING ITEMS. The. total amount of copper produced in the United States slncu lH4,r ia 18, 857,010 pounds', according to the United KUteit geological survey, thn largest production in any ont year being 1 ,5S-I3,-208,720 pounds in 1012. The production in 1 8-1 5 was 224,000 jiounds. statistic compiled by the Ignited States geological survey show that cop per is produced in lil different states and Alaska. With the exception only of Pennsylvania and Maryland, the ores produced contain some silver, and in all but five states gold also is contained in the ores. The value of all the gold produced in thn United States from 1792 to Jan uary 1, 1914, is estimated by the United States geological survey at $;i,549,7!H, 400; the value of the silver at $1,709, 517, (500. Dodging the Fire Department. Clatter, clatter, bang! Down the street came the engines. Driving along ahead, oblivious of any danger, was a farmer in ft ramshackle old buggy. A policeman yelled at him: "Hi, there, look out! The fire department's coin in'!" Turning in by the curb the farmer watched the lio'se cart, salvage wagon and engine whiz past. Then he turned out into the street again and drove on. Barely had lie started when the hook and ladder came tearing along. The rear wheel of the big truck slewed into the fanner's baggy, smashing it to smithereens and sending the farmer sprawling into the gutter. The police man ran to his assistance. "Didn't I tell ye to keep out of the way?" he demanded coarsely. "Didn't I tell re the fire department waa com int" "Well, consarn ye," said the peeved farmer, "I did git outer the way for th' fire department. But what in tarna tion was them drunken painters in sech an all-fired hurry for!" W. T. Abell, ex-postmaster of Ed wardsport, Ind., writes: "1 suffered from severe trouble with my kidneys and back. First bottle of Foiey Kidney Pills nave me relief." Thoueands testify that backache, rheumatism, sore muscles, ach ing joints and bladder weakness van ished when Foley Kidney Pills were tak en. Advt. They Know It's Safe. Parents who know fron! experience in sist upon Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound when buying a medicine for coughs, colds, croup and la grippe. C. I. Lunceford, Washington, l!a., writes: "1 have tiHcd it for six years, and it never has failed. I tljink it is the best rem edy made for eoughs and colds." Advt. XL STATE OF VERMONT Washington County, ss. City of Barre . At a city meeting, legally warned and holden in the several warns in uiu cny of Harm, on the first Tuesday of March A. 1). 1015, the votes for mayor, city clerk, cit v treasurer, first constable, sec mill cnriHtnlile. assessor, trustees of French's Barre library, auditors, alder men, school commissioners; also on the license questions, having been tuny tait en, sorted and counted; the following persons had the number of votes annexed to their names respectively, for the sev eral ollices herein stated; also the votes in favor and against the license quei tions; FOR MAYOR Robert Frank E. Blank and Gordon. Langley. Scattering. Ward 1 99 197 23 Ward 2 .... 58 252 Ward 3 131 201 33 Ward 4 124 95 24 Ward 5 .... 117 02 Ward 6 .... fill 103 0 Totals .... 595 912 89 FOR CITY CLERK James Fred W. Mackay. Vrd 1 259 Suitor. 31 15 56 37 38 21 198 Blank 29 Ward 2 Ward 3 293 209 Ward 4 172 Ward 5 128 Ward 6 149 10 Totals " 1,208 39 . FOB CITY TREASURER James Fred W. Mackay. Suitor. Blank Ward 1 255 29 35 Ward 2 292 15 Ward 3 2(18 51 Ward 4 !" 30 .. Ward 5 100 44 Ward 6 143 20 17 Totals 1,234 195 52 FOR FIRST CONSTABLE George L. Morris. Ward 1 Ward 2 275 Ward 3 300 Ward 4 133 Ward 5 40 Ward 6 132 Totals .....1,130 Blank 48 48 FOR SECOND CONSTABLE George W. Parks. Blank. Ward 1 209 Ward 2 247 Ward 3 216 .. Ward 4 123 Ward 5 50 .'. Ward 0 113 63 Totals 900 63 FOR ASSESSOR FOR THREE YEARS John T. Martin Callaahan. Kiley. Blank. Ward 1 53 200 C4 Ward 2 31 257 Ward 3 209 Ward 4 75 1H Ward 5 50 1 Ward 6 41 S3 50 Totals 320 920 120 FOB TRUSTEES OK FRENCH'S BARRE LIBRARY X c - 5 -2 t -5 C i- t: o 3 S O s 3 -J Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward 33 209 211 IS 244 254 43 203 2"1 69 05 104 71 41 50 27 It low 37 208 22 245 45 I KM 1 109 40 44 20 104 Totals .251 9O0 935 231 900 273 FOR AUDITORS .2-0 .i . "5 - ? S & 2 H f i J: 1 E . - E A H k H 4 Ward 1 50 107 2" 30 2rt 33 Ward 2 41 24 21.1 20 214 S4 Ward 3 50 M 2i 30 14 47 Ward 4 M P8 4 Ks) W Ward S 52 52 57 45 45 4 1 Ward .... 34 loO 1 14 2j IM 27 TotU Si2 H73 P22 2'4 871 232 At.ttrRME (Ta fWrve fee Twa Yeare Ward One .lamea II. .U Lad Fii.'iie t'. ilrn hid l'.lal.k. 1. 4. vut- 2"4 votra ar4 Three AnU-mo F. Hmrni 1J. t. II. Shurtleff had . . . hr.il.Ml, 4; Mar.W, i:. Ward Fn l;..l,ard Ctarlt hid ... iS votri 2i.1 te 31 rote. Mm ha. I I). hf l ad i i' !. 1 ii. naa si- Uit"nio M. I;i bad 13 ot ! KRonL 4 OMWISirERa '! A i Ts gs Then Tsars I . J T- - ii ... .r r i,;i i,aJ :;i v.t.- I .i M;,.n7,e i.i i xt, l.isr'k. m. Vrd lour ,J am T. ! l-r 11 151 .; Ai al-r i,. i ..rl.nT Lad Kl n-t J1t,k. 12. bail i.ifTt re 4.4VTir mn THE aait rr intokatic uui nu TT!l TT1 T T -. f?!s,. f-. l-4 i ii e; i IT", IT 1- 1 i 4 ? -4 ! : .? i X ard I V a' 3 rf V "t 5 V. -4 ; - i f-RAII. ltrTr r TFB UrT tlM t 4.ATr9 tbi irt I'-k 44 is a true copy of the returns of the city election held March 2, 1915, a ap pears by the tabulation of the returns now on file and record in this ollice, this day examined ami compared by me, Attest: JAMK.S MACK A V, City Clerk. Auction Sale AT THE City Auction Market SATURDAY, MARCH 6, '15 at 2 and 7 p. m. Another larj?e line of Grocer ies from the Nichols stock has been received. Some special val ues are as follows : 1 chest green tea, 1 of Japanese tea, 1 of Cey lon tea; large lot of extra good coffee; canned goods, salmon, sardines, beets, baked beans, to mato soup, mince meat, evapo rated cranberries, apricots, peas, tapioca, cocoa, dessicated cocoa nut, baking powder, condensed milk, Jamaica ginger, pickles, herrings, laundry goods, starch, World, Pearl, Oak Leaf and Bo rax soap; soap powders, metal polish, tobacco, cigars, castor oil, Foley's Tar Compound, men's shirts, pants, coats, mackinaw, 1 pr. men's extra heavy rubbers, ladies' and children's garments, boys' suits. Lot of household furniture, iron and wood beds, springs and mattresses, pillows, new and 2d hand sewing machines from $5 to $62: cottage organs, 1 music cabinet, extension tables, refrig erator, hall lamp, cupboards, ranges and heaters. Sale Saturday at 2 and 7 p. m. 0. H, HALE, inn Auction Sale OF REAL ESTATE AND PER SONAL PROPERTY A I intend to leave town in the nar future, I will ei'll at public auction to the highest biildi-r, on TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1915 at 1 o'clock sharp in tho afternoon, at my home, known for year! as the George II. Rice home place, situated in the vil lage of Weft Topahani, Vt., the follow ing: Above-Named Home Place consinting of 7 or 8-room 2 tory house, painted and blinded, plenty of rlom-ts and pantry, good cellar, porch on front, well and upring water, woodshed and barn with 3 tall and hay loft; with theae building there ii about 2 acre! of land with apple trees and email fruit; thia place haa been run for several year a a villape hotel, ia on the main atrtt, verv iibaaantly aituated, and in consid ered one of the good place of the town; alxo at the same time I will ell the SHOP AND CARRIAGEHOUSE, which haa 2 hore stall, aituated opposite the A. X. Fellow reiden. Alo about 13 ACRES OF LAND part of it in mowing, aituated alwuit mile above the Imme place; a good piece of land for aomeotie in the village or adjoining owner: alo, 1 li-acat aprin? agon, I aingle drive hartioa, I in;le work harness, a lot of rarpvnter'a tools. 2 work benchea, several carpenter bracket!, 12 run of dry hard atovewood and A mn of dry !ab ,o., between 2 and 3 M. ft. of aeaaoned ash lumber for repair work, grindstone, barn and gar den tools. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE consisting f I full chamber t, odd be.la, feather beda, pillowa. aheeta, c.vera, apring anil tnattreaaca, bureau, commndea, stand. 3 couchca, eitension dining table, other ta ble, roiker. dining and other chain, linoleum, traw matting, nigs, etc.; I Ciena ood kithen range, 4 parlor and chamber Move. I oil h.ater; al, crmk ery, glaaa. iron, tin and mdcn ware, wash boiler and tub, with aoma other aril. Us not mentioned. A good, rlcan l,.t of property nl adver- til f'r the rcawn above given. Term at time f sale. MRS. CLARA W. RICE, Owner. C f. SMITH, Auctioneer, Bant, Vt. I f 17 I If 17 J I V I (j Waft T0T7 vast a fleca f Jewelry, tern la cd a tit ff'lei.4 4 AitpUj. i I jo. J.D0D(sE. The Jeweler j t ate Z kale Aeewt fa TI aa A ta Karrs I TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL- 310 F.STATE OF CHARLES N. IIARBER Stat! of Vermont. Dlntrlct of Waahinaton, Tha Hunorahla Probata Court for tha Pi, trl.t of Waahlnirtom To all puraona lntraated In tha atU of Charliw N. Harbor, lata of the town of Harm, In "Hid dintrii't, ilwiwKtHl, (iRRKTINU : At probata court, holdin at Montpeller, within and for an lil tllntrirt, on tha lUth lay of Kebnmry, 1M15. an Inntrumunt pun'rtin to ha the hint will and titment of Charlw N. Barber, late of tho town of Harm, in aald dla trict, deceased, was prevented to the court aforaanid, for probate. And it ia ordered br aaid court that tha tlth ilny of Mureh, 1IIIS, at the pro- hate nllu-e in aaid Montrelier, be aaaicned for proving auid instrument, and that notice thereof ba given to all persons con cerned, by publishing thia order three weeks aucceasively in tho Harre Dully Times, a nnwanaoer circulating in that vicinity, in aald didtrii't. previous to tha time appointed. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place aforesaid, ana corneal ma prooaie 01 earn wu, if vnu have causa. Given under my hand at Montpelier, In aaid district, this litth diiy of February, 1916. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge Feb. 20-27 March 6 E8TATE OF MAYON E. HAINES Stars of Vermont District of Washington, aa. The Honorable I rotate Court fur tha Dia- triet Aforesaid: To th heirs and all persona interested In the estate of Mayon E. Haines, of Cabot, in ail district, deceased, GKEETING: WHEREAS, application hath been made to this court, in writing-, by the administrator, Braumun fl. Rogers, praying for license and authority to sell all of real entute of said de ceased, to wit: Situated In Cabot, in said duitrv-t, rcpreeentinir to said court that it would be beneficial to the heir and ai: per sona interacted In the eatate of aaid de ceased, to aell aaid real estate and convert the same into money. And bring-ing into court the consent and approbation in writinu. of all the heir to said estate residing in thia state, and aettina forth the situtlon of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assianed the 24th day of March, 1K15, at the probate office in Montpelier, in aald district. to hear and decide upon said application ana petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be aiven to all person interested therein, he nublishinir said order, together with the time and place of hearing, three weeks suc cessively in the Barre Daily Time, a news paper which circulates In tne neurnrxu-nooa of those persons interested in said estate; all of which publications shall be previou to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you ara hereby notmea to appear before said court, at tn time ana place assigned, then and there in aaid court, to make your objection to the granting of such license, if you see cause. Given under my hsnd at Montpelier. In id district, thia 6th day of March, 1915. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. March 8-13-20 BUSINESS CARDS EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND Concert ORCHESTRA -Dane 2$ Nelson Street Telephone 80S-M RILEY'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA 8ION8 LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC TELEPHONE 342-21 BASSE, VT. MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING. PRESS ING AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 1X2 North Main Street Barra, Vermont DR. G. L, T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS I to 4 P. M. Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Also by Appointment 14 and 1$ Blanckard Balldlng Tslepheae $8 DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OCr la Reeas $8, Milea BaUdBrf TaUpkaa Ceansctiea OFFICE TIOUR5 ; a. m to 1J m and 1 :8 Ui 4 p. as.. Monday, Twsiday. mursoay ana r nissy M. J. WIHTCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Call Answered Preatptly. Iy r Night Aa r-la-Dte Aessalanr in Canaertiea EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone aao-t W1LLIAMST0WN, VT. Telephone jSi-a MIDWIFERY Having had many yar' avperleoca. ' prepared to aervs any who may need the arr teas sf a snidwif r obstetric aursa, A litres Mrs. Elizabeth La Clair 84 Paasasae Bt. TWpaa 178-18, Barra, Vt aera4 aale for aver 4 year tail It wa story, largest cellieg ra4 ef e llgan la th rl4- I artary, Maaraeater. N. B. A HARD COLD due to a andJen chano ia the weather, eipoeure or any raure, if neglected ma lead to aTioua lurf troublca. Keep int' Elmir in tha medirine cupboard aol take before the eold develop into pneamoaia, or ronsumption beouaea aeatted. Hold every fcrr. Adrl. QUALITY COUNTS a) ay Cat Cra. aeggf Fataaa, Tmbs Tea Caa fes wss T4 Are Jaat 'rl ? We Have the (.oods A. T. miTH A PO Itarra. erase I lew-ae - in I ' asi - ' j Leave ike Wiring To Us FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Timea will publish Want. Umt and Found. For Sale,, To U. ete.-ahort adver. tlsementat the rat. of four line! for tw" Ave cent! for the first Insertion and v nti for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE vnn SAI.R OR EXCHANGE 180-acre farm located 4 milea on way and 7 mile another from railroiid station; about V mile from schnolhouae; has never-failing running water at house and barn, 1 Vj-story house with ell and woodshed ; large wugon shed ; hor barn and shed: also 80x4u-ft. barn, new 4 year ago: buildings all In good repair: euU about 80 tons of hay: plenty of meadow and pas ture : good fruit orchard: largo, modem ugr house, Grimm evaporutor, 21 ft long by 6 ft. wide, nearly new, 2,100 tin and galvanized sap tub, spouta, holder, almla, sugaring-otT evap orator arch with pan, could tap 8.000 tree : a large quantity of hard and oftwood timber. This farm is located in Granville nd h one of the best view of mountain eenery that can be had in Vermont, a beautiful summer home : sugar place alone will pay for farm in very few years; will sell with or without stock and tools; fence mostly wire and in good repair; will trad for good renting porperty or take part payment down, balance in annual pay ments secured by mortgage : poor health reason for selling. Now i the time to buy thh prop erty and clean up $500.00 thia spring from the ugar place alone: all for $3,000.00. Address or call upon Elwin L. Scott, 14 Howland Bros. & Cava bldg., Barre. Vt.. or W. C. Scott, Braintree, Vt. Z9tf FOR SALE By owner, 40-acra farm, equipped for dairy ; $2,000.00 improvements ; yt mile from incorporation line: pike roads, good schools ; price, 4,000.00. Box 65, Mid lothian, Texua. HOME KOR SALE: My house, corner of Richardson and Hill atreet; anyone wanting one of the best housea in Barre will do well to investigate; modern in every way. Frank McWhorter. 26tf FOR SALE -Real eetate. $300: 28 acre. Including buildings, located between Barre nd East Barre, known a the Spring House property, and now occupied by one Bagley; warranted deed given. Address O. L. Wood worth, 2441 Foboro street, Loa Angeles, Cali fornia. ' SALE OR SENT House on Franklin atreet : 8 rooms, 2 reception halls, bath, pantry, laun dry and downstairs toilet ; gas, electricity, fur nace heat: rent, $26.00. 295tf SALE OR RENT Cottage house: room, bath, pantry, sleeping porch, gas, electricity, furnace heat; East street: rent, $18.00. 29l5tf COTTAGE Perry atreet: rent, $10.00. 295tf HOUSE Maple avenue; rent, $12.00. 295tf TENEMENT Foster street; rent, $9.00. 295tf TENEMENT Branch street; rent, $12.00. 296tf TENEMENT Beckley court; rent, $8.00. 295tf Telephone 814-2 H. A. PHELPS CO. J. J. DASHNER Real Estate Agent OFFERS SOME NEAT LITTLE BARGAINS IN FARMS AND CITY PROPERTIES NO. 248 For Ssl or Exchange: A very good farm containing 100 acrea of land: 35 acre in tillage, balance pasture and wood-l.nrf- l.ni U 1rm from atone and ledg: 400 sugar trees and some ugr tool ; also a good fruit orchard: 60 M. of soft wood; barn meas- nrrm sOiftO : chicken house and shed room water connections for house and barn; th house consist of 5 rooms, aside from halls and pantry ; building ia in fair condition : tiM, f.rm U located 8ii, miles from 8 good village : owner will exchange for some suit able property: the market price of thia prop erty ia only $1,200: term are very reason able; for a farm of thia aiu, the valuation ia very low; let us have a talk with you about it- 2"' NO. 244 For Sale: Nice cottage house, located on on of the beat street In the city : built only $ years go and thoroughly equipped with all h lat.at improvement : finished in hard wood : lighted with gas and electricity ; hot and cold-water connections; nice comfort able cellar with cemented bottom ; thia house cormista of i rooms aside from halls, pantry and hath ; a large veranda on th front that cost $i00: owner will eil at a low price, 28Uf NO. 248 For Ssl or Exchange: Farm only S milea from Barr City; this is a dandy little farm, containing acre of fine. tillbl land : farm will keep 8 cows and team ; a fin chance to carry on a little farm and also work in the city: th buidings are all in good condition : house consist of a rooms ; you can buy thi firm, with all the stork, crop and tools, for $1.800 ; th personal property inrludea 1 cow. 1 horse. 1 colt, 80 to 40 hens. 2 shoals, 1 buggy wagon. 1 1-horse waeon. sled. etc. i'S'tf Com nd hv a talk wilh us on farms, timber tracts, stores, hotels, in fact, all kind' of ml estate. Wa hav litted a la r ire number of farm and city pronertie in the past few months and will b ready to show yon a few of them. I. S. DASHNER. Real E.tat Agent. Raeati . . I. H.wland-Cev Bldf, Hrr City, VC Tel. tea. BUY BEFORE MARCH 13 A Frw ATTRACTT E. iriuii rm. r.u FARMS THE KIND THAT D NOT PIS APPOINT YOU UPON EXAMINATION NO. IM SI rr of Isnd. 4'4 wille from P,rr and m mile to Plamfleld ; th lar level end ar fiwe frnwt stone: ewellent soil; Urge fruit arrhard. hleh yields a good inrnnie : sugar an hard of fttto to maple, mtnprr-t : gnod 7-rooen hotia. wrll pamtel : liara and hwihnnse: this la an eirertiemel one-man farm rt is well adapted for trurk rsrdenmg i only I" miwla' drtve from Pr Cltyi prve oely IZ.Vi . 7lf NO t'i - rsera, stm V. tools and erops ; wood enourh In rr f" all and eea ke sold rir oa thr farm: ! to 140 srn; I n(!a to Plain. Aold nllaire on aa esoellent road ahich areT drifts : rood henw osra. elselwarde and patat rf i extra good sinrk earn: tannery large enxiah foe Lews ; silo: toe Icuee is nely palnt-d utiW and itt good revs I r Inside : the neids tsy smoote : gmd naetnr ; some frolt : ruenioe water at stmw and nam ; tte porsonat reooee eorwe of is ,tm rood eows. I horse. pies, ealf poaltre. a rwaHy now sot of farwloe to and truw-Mnerr. Kay and sGaro: eretl lae m pe to rts oupi n, wtli aa twoo th start ; pi-tre for all only 0 : let a tell yoa e" alxut thw J'"'f Vn, Tour ae4 oe-ba'f srilsB !(,,;,!: erains ! mrrm ; suaar oerhs-4 ,.f . , m. i,,inpd : rood ouiW'es : for m!e t? ? : tm. Il.i' ttowa. W -sot s4,ow this to yoa. Zt'tf TBI I. A. mT ltrAL rTTt Acrvcr ewlaasU aa riatldiag. Ho t 4 . Iaa4aa tWn4to FARM FOR fsIK r4 n-w-m fnsFi t-m is to a oor ; a-. yinn fc.i v tfHtV. fr. "OS,! win k laratir. 3 :- WORK WANTED -1 pt t l"r, on M?T'r-iN '.- i -- I lio-is "t ! V si l''S.V z-".tm ' I a VT r I f d ts . An a ii o M a r. A. . ti lrd t lit . IUINESS OPPORTUNITIES A H v - 4 9 ' . t- I r- r 4 it t- k ' - L ---, ' ' TO RENT FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Fiirne hwit, electric lights, with or without board. Call at W0 Elm ttivet, (Olltll TO RENT Lower tenement, on Quarry treet, with barn and earriagehouae, for small family: Hi mllua from Hsrr (llty; term nioderat for (he winter. Mrs. Catherine Per rin. box 72. R. V. D. No. 4. 1H4tf SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT Inquire of Dr. O. U. Stickney, Washington atreet. 286tf TO RENT Five-room tsnement with gas tights and range; pantry and woodshed: stall for horse; also store with glass front, In fine locality for grocery. J. N. McLallan, 95 East atreet; tel. 17S-12. 284tJ TO RENT Eight-room cottar hoiis on Men-bant -treet: modem convenience. In cluding a aet range; also a good barn and garden. Inquire D. A. Perry Real Estata Agency. 264tt TO RENT Two front mom aultabl for fflcea 1 corner of North Main and Granite treat. Apply at Creamery, $00 North Main street. 185tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Three draft coll, son, Waterbury, Vt, E. L. John Sons' MILK FOR SALE I would Ilk to sell about 150 quarts of milk every day to a milk dealer; cows have all stood th tuberculin test. For particular rail on Leo Bertrand, tel. 41H-11. Bailey Farm, city. 298t6 FOR SALE New milch cows ; also 1 regis tered Jersey bull, 2 year old and a dandy, B. F. Davis. Trow Hill. 297t6 FOR SALE A few nice fresh cow Just eome in ; also a black horse, 10 year old. weigh about 1.050 lbs. : good worker and driver. E. Cooley, Beck ley Hill, tel. 416-1. Barre, Vt. 29tf FOR SALE A matched pair of mares, 7 and 8 years old ; sound and kind in every way : will sell one, or both. O. E. Colbum. Washington. Vt. . 296t FOR SALE Entire atock of confectionery and tobacco (domestic and Imported! ; also all store fixtures ; must be sold at once to close the estate of late Oscar Borgh : prospective buyers are asked to call at the store, 821 North Main street, Barre, Vt. ; Hilbert Samuelson. administrator. 283tf FOR SALE; A-No. 1 maple wood; good measure guaranteed : delivered at once. Tele phone 476-1. Mr. L. D. Gale, Williamstown. Vt 268tf FOR RALE Loos horse and eow hay. E. Carleton, 21 Highland avenue; 'phone 441-11. 217tf PRATRIE STATE INCUBATORS Small and large sizes ; order now ; a few machine used one season. A. W. ALLEN COMPANY Orange County and New England Telephones STUDEBAKER TRUCK Stronr. Light and Easy Rannlng The best value on the market for farmers and lumbermen. We have them all ready for you. COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephone 4 -4 STUDEBAKER HARNESS All new. frmh tock. FARM HAR NESS, EXPRESS HARNESS. DRIV. ING HARNESS. SPECIAL NON CHAFING HARNESS. Com and See. A. W. ALLEN-CO. New Eng. and Orange Co. Telephone Delivery Wagons NEW WAGONS ' NEW WAGONS NEW WAGONS NEW WAGONS AH Ready to Hitch T COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER New Buggies NEW STYLES FOR 1915. ALL IN. READY TO SHOW YOU BEST VALUES WE HAVE EVER SEEN COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER HELP WANTED GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy ta get ; my free booklet YK t-IU how : write to-dsy- NOW. Earl Hopkins, Washington. D. C. WANTED Salesman ta sell hibrtoatinsT oils, house and barn paint and epacialiise : big ( harm io Kenning ta.. t leveiann. - r-.-;- Rrfinin. CUaad. O. pronta. ATTENTION 2V. IV. I8e. i&e. 2. ;fc,4 to 1100 msde writing for th movies; learn How"; big emnd : send 2e for sam ple phot,ply and particulars. Th Arrow Photo Play Co., U 4:4. Toledo. Ohio. 0ltl WANTFIV-At on, an hsr.d : slate ges manUaL aterhury, Vt. all-around farm E. L. iohnsoa. (!! MKN wanted la all loralioea: t:0 weekly nd rmnent p.e'Hoe showing sample: gro rery mail or.ter bmrne: outfit fee; bit-hast rrlerrnre. JOS. Port Huron. Mh. U1 WANTI.rv A msn to work oa frnt: most be abt ta do general work. Telephone -2. ui WANTID -A girl for lurht housework. Ap ply at K rVmlnary stree. rtty. 21i WANTFr-A'liroiti4 tmm band: good lairaw r.d muker. strtrtly lni"t!l nd n smoker; fsrm in Fast ' Cabot, Vt Adr v a rtsrr. Vkast Danville, tl; a I. n " I. bi ! Iete Pst'eg rme''0oefit foe w.nnea rt t.me hil gosrsBtd eoi. fail ar list, si.k hnstr, io aw. i ,nk airing hH TKNTin'AL MILL, i-44 rt.tlade'pbia. POULTRY I.IVF riil'llrV HWI eb rve rd fr pWnr ar sms'.l lots: t 4 k4 r o T- t- Irra, f Trnmt lw. Phof. M. tTs rfa fAlX" S''r - KT ru.. lr sal W. i. ('"" ..-ot WANTED v 1 f T I vt t m, n s,-4 r tm ! atsrs eail at " - ,NTT A l f itH. fi f wsi we" -s a r be ll . a si;, ,t.-T II " l4 f, ear. 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