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TIIK IfAKJCK DA 11 A' TIMKS. JJAHIiK. VT SATURDAY, .MARCH 13, 1013.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS Or INTEREST FROM DirrCRKNt SECTIONS (lytic, i;i-,vt'Hr-oll Mini of .lny l.iimn tl.i, (iii il Hihlili'iily TuoHiliiy, wliilis timing u team to 1 1 i h home. In ('liittfii(l'ir county c-mirt Tlium day, (limit's (f'l)i'a was .scnti'iu'cil to jtur in Mntc'it nririoti for forgery. Of 1-4 tiix-piyinjf wimiiii in Itockiiijr Iihiii. entitled tir-votc on h.Ium.1 matters, fxi'rciitcil their j)ovT on town meet int day. William II. Baldwin of iAIitWl.'bury, a mnrlilu ami fiianiti' cK-nlcr, lias lili'J u petit ion in lianknipti'V. Ilia liabilities are k'H'-i anil In- has asset of 473, with claimed exempt. The operating revenue of the Rutland milroail for Jamiary, 1!)15, wag $242, (EL'.Nt) and tin operating expenses amounted to $1!MI,3J1.M. The operating income, ."fJH.'Mlt.Ot, wan nn increase of $l.2,Vi.,r0 in comparison with January, 1014. A deer running through the streets of Bellows Kails last holiday caused considerable interest. When followed by a crowd of youngsters, the deer struck out for the woods, jumping a pile of wood, a fence and other obstacles, but when it came to a stone wan it did not clear it, and the contact of its head with the wall caused its death in stantly. ' Mrs. Matilda Doan celebrated, the 90th anniversary of her birth at the home of her son, John Doun, fn Bakerneld, Mon day, March 8. Many friends and neigh bors called to congratulate her. Mrs. Doan, who is somewhat deaf and has partially, lost her eyesight, retains her mental "faculties in a wonderful degree. 81m can give the dates of many impor tant events in town which, occurred many STOP AT REVERE HOUSE BOSTON Hot and cold water. long distance tele phone in every room. 80 rooms with bath. Cuisine and service unexcelled. (1.00 Per Day and Upward 7 , On the 165-mile f Victoria, B.C. d'J'' .VVJ Pearl of th Pacific Cot I , t- . rj-,!2r Hiatoric citr of old furtrader. H Yt "J "xT Crde Gtr of tod.y r i rfw-k. t , i. Mr ti. jar L7 waters 01 rugn ckjuhu uiwwm Vtncounr, Victoria and S.attl Add this to 500 continuous miles of the grand est scenery in the world along the Canadian Rockies and you will understand why the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ia N.tur.' Exposition Rout. - ik ralifnmia EzDoaitions W UW ww- Smd far Foidtr A. 17 r- D General Ar,t CaaaOian 3 J. w " WTI"li' in'i ' THE IDEAL TRIP and TIME Visit the California Expositions Delightful Weather TIM M UN iVl 17-Day Cruises PANAMA CANAL LARGE AMERICAN TRANSATLANTIC LINERS "FINLAND ITlZr "KROONLANir fVIMNE AND ffRtME TK ATLANTIC fTMARr From New York May 1 From San Franeiseo Mav 2G ana fecaiartr trrr lhir4 Wk Tkereatm IR I I. A TH KIT (IM Wt ATI R. OTWI R AT R4IL r"aiM ra-iar Line. flat Kt Biai . B. Hallar. Mte (.rami Parra. L RESORTS ATLANTIC CTTV. X. J. THE ST. CHARLES M(tt Scire! Location Frontinir thc Hcach ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. V. tn it.',.5 ! tftti', '.t t ' !- . V-ri ; t-",a;-'. T r,,:f,.' f-Ut I'd !.! I I nrt-"iia ltttr.uTf... :1 1- t t.,i e i. frek a r i tt' t'ta h- t".t. t". '.i.it f.--t - rd mt-ti'-t x ''" t-a-4-ws'i M '. ..-" tv .!. A'sv :. '. :if't 1 -! ! H4i.t. NKWLIN IIAINHS COMPANY s mMMM4lIM4TMMmW VVMliY & NOON AN INLXOXLK!) ITNERAL ITRNISHINGS Ho-piU.! AiriuLjnre Smic i M T ( I V ll'I'MS tss-Alwirs HM Hi-. $"ft yearn- MjiO, u well bh morn recent tine.. hiuI rarely forget names, A farm deal of some proportion wax that of the "t'oiiiu -Afjain" farm in White liivcr Junction, which wits mo( recently by N. 1". Wlieeler, one of the Junction lilnme proprietor, to ('. I. Hlanebard and Kliins C. Lyman of Chester, Mann., for $20,(1(10. Included in the pureliam' are :i.")U Helen of land, 100 head of stink and all tbt other personal property coiineetPii with the. farm. The 11-year-old nieeo. of Mrs. Myrtle IFonyeau of Jolunon wan burned to death while building lire with kerosene oil. Slu- wan pouring the Oil into the stove J when the blaze followed the oil into the ciin, cunning an explosion. The bottom I whs blown out of the can and the little : jfirl was covered with oil. She wan burn ed to a crisp. Thin is the second futali- ty in Johnson from fcj'iosen(. Charles A. Pierce, aged ".", who died Tuesday night at his home in Walthain, Muss., was a native of Chester, coming to Jtrattlfhoro at the age of 10 to learn his trade in the Vermont Phoenix olliee. He was a resident for several years of Hennington, where he was editor of the Bennington Banner and was post j master for several years. He was also i proprietor of the Manchester Journal at lone time. Mr. Pierce bought the North ampton Herald in 1807 and that paper ... l., I.,, tiimuiilf mwi his son. nn ,:uimm.nv .j ....... Charles W. Pierce, until 100.1, when they i.x..i, !, Wulflimn Kveninff News and moved to that city. The News has ever since been in their charge. -Mr. l icrce served in the Civil war in Company C, 14th ermoni regiment. GOING TO ANNAPOLIS. Brattleboro High School Senior Gets an Appointment. Brattleboro, March 13. George Oste yee, a member of the present senior class in the Brattleboro high school, has fust received notice that he has suc cessfully passed the examinations for entrance to the I nited States navat academy at Annapolis and has been ap pointed through Congressman Stevens of New Hampshire. The young man took the examinations in Keene iu February. He will continuo bis studies in the high school until nec essary for him to enter Annapolis, in June." and will reneive his diploma. He is a son of Rev. M. J. OHteyee of North Hinsdale, N. H. teamer trip through island dotted AlUrat prRRY -a 1'an.er IVparUWt Sv ' 1'aciuo iw-y ,1 " ''"r'TIiriW""!-"11"1" 1,1 - A V Thc Expositions I Fully Completed Through thc ; 9- -orA-vj'..- -Til t'l NO GROUND FOR STORY Involving Morals of Cirl Whose Father Drank Poison. niMltlelMiro, March 13. The condition of tieorgn N. Chtiniheilaiil of Ent Ja maica, who drunk puria green on the plutform of the railroad Htatiou here Thursday morning in the preHcnce of IHh duiighter, whom her mother intended to take to llonton to get her away from her father, continue to improve satis factorily in the Memorial hoapital. I'liyniciaiiH examined the girl Thurs day altcrnoon and declared there was no" ground for the story told hy Mrs. t'liaiulicrlain which involved the girl's moralx. The county ol)icialn are endenv orin" to determine the exact situation in the familv affairs of the Chamher- htiiiM. The girl whs sent TluirHilay nitrlit with her uncle, Wealey Allen, to remain at his home in Wardnlioio, and Mrs. t Iminbci -lain was permitted to go to lioHton to virtit Ikt mother. The authorities will take no further action in the cane until they can talk with Chamberlain. Fugitive Back in Prison. John Hurke, otherwise known as John Wilson, who escaped from the house of correction at Rutland in a spectacular way in 1013. Vith KUis Cooper and Benjamin lirown, one of thc moat no torious criminala who ever was placed within the walls of the local institution, is back at the Rutland jail, lie was re turned late Thursday afternoon. The officers had no idea where Rurke was and did not learn of his recapture by Vermont authorities until ho was com mitted from Montpelier under the name of Wilson to serve six months for breach of the peace. Some of thc guards rec ognized the man as Burke and after n long series of questions he admitted that he was the fugitive. Burke, Cooper and Brown, who was a very successful check forger wanted in linuiy states, got away from the house of correction during the middle of the afternoon of Juno 21, 1913, hy dropping from the second story window of the prison chapel onto the lawn within plain view of the street, where many people were passing. Two or three minutes afterward John Borden, a keeper, saw them from his watch tower as they walked boldly down the street towards the went, but by the time a general alarm was given the men had disap-1 pcared and no trace had even been j found of them. I GRANITEVILLE. S. Hollister Jackson is also among the prophets and will give "A Peep into the Future," on Tuesday evening, March 16, at the Presbyterian church. W. T. Azbcll, ex-postmaster of Ed wardsport, Ind., writes: I suffered from severe trouble with my kidneys and back. First bottle of Foley Kidney Pills pave me relief." Thousands 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 from experience in iist noon Foley's Honey and Tar Com- nnim.l iih.n Inivinp a medicine for coughs, colds, croup and la grippe. C. T. Luncetord, ashington, .a., wrii.es: i have used it for six years, and it never has failed. I think it is the best rem edy made for coughs and colds." Advt. THAT EMERSON PIANO STYLE 24 AT $175 that we are selling for this month only has g"t em all guessing. Kven the t-'iTiermin fuctorv wrote and told us we could not live and mil an Emerson piano fr fk'T.'i. but iust the same you can buv it for the month of March at the advertised price. It will lie several mmins before vou cet another chance at the Emerson t any urh price, and on terms of 10 down and H imt month. If you are interested, send fur an Emer son catalogue. Jeo. 1). Jsrvis 4 Son, Burlington, t. Advt. THE WARNER SAP BUCKET ia the hi-svieat lmi ket made, size 15 quarts, no buiket weighs less than three (Mumds. If your d ah r has not got them. rite u for prici-a. (i"o. l. Jsrvis & Co., Burlington, Vt. Advt. Rj-ml aatata aara ttam pea fowr wrm, icrUrt. atudr sad tkua tacamt wtaa. To the fact that Bishopric Wall Board is better than ltb and plaster, 40 fH-r cent, in construction, renders 100 ff cent, in htvk. Any weather is good hn l.i.rff w eatl.rr w h-n you ut liiahoprie Wall itoard and Sheathing. Iiiahopric Rnofing ia elf -protecting and requirrs b paint. It toata all fhrt tn4a r4 rorSns thai' Mai, A l4 tkoa l Ian trw4 all m aa hih It 4nna mrrtniac rttm ar Hta taa akaoa 0 U Ma r Omi 4 apla traa. far Rata br J. T. CALLACIHAN, fVo He. Kail Street Barra. Versjent B. T. Ballltt Special Prcmiam 1 Only SO Trade Mark J tWt Saa-kUrit's Gmmr-lTltwlt E rus illUlee inKa ; W. II. CONNER'S ! SPORTING (r(XD STORE ti TeV IRarta f-.w piwbaen a iaee. e -. sr a. 'ST- L ssa I 3w J al ii.'.bi eat ef tart rXW I t.ynsw ttiiiafiiss.aal I A HARD COLD .'.lt t wu-' V rtJM t -tet, npw4 r ' r rB-e. if tnu'i s T s-n?s -JT t n,:.t- Kf ,.w f t tn r- f rt V-e ttii tie w -e tfc e.. 4 A svu fBeU'W-t. m resjei)" Jti tssixs4 -a'.' 4. h t rejtre AV DYSPEPSIA ON THE DECLINE. Seaver's Dyspepsia Tableta Cure 49 Cases Out of 50. Why anyone in Burre, East Barre, or Cabot should continue to suffer with in digestion when a box of HEAVER'S DYS PEPSIA TABLETS will cure,. is certain ly a mystery. Red Cross Pharmacy, Frank Roark, and K. C. Voodry &. Co. have, been selling SHAVER'S DYSPEP SIA TABLETS for some time, and they know from actual experience right here in their own stores just what SEAV ER'S FAMOUS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS will do, and if you inquire of Red Cross Pharmacy, Frank Roark, or S. C. Voodry A, 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 that everv BOe box of SEAVER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS contains 20 days' treatment, and nt the end of that time if you arc not decidedly benefited, all you need to do is to go back to the dealer and get your money. SEAVER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are sold right on their own merits. They cure indigestion simply by toning up the stomach and digestive organs so that thc food will assimilate and give strength to the system, 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 carry out your plans and daily work. If it doesn't, your money back. Advt. Sentenced for Life. Everyone understands the import of these awful words. A Life Annuity means income for life, liberty by free dom from care, sure as the sunrise, and yours forever. National Life Ins. Co., i,f Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence building, Montpelier, Vt. Deafness Cannot Be Cured br local applications, as tber cannot reach tb dUeased pirttoo of tbe ear. There ia only oos ray to core deafness, and that t, by constltutum ,1 remedies. Deafness is cased br an tntlauied "million of tbe mucous lining of tbe fcustachlaa Tube. When thla tube t Inflamed yon bse a rumbling aouod or Imperfect bearing, and when It is entirely closed Jwafm-ss l tlie result, and unless the Inflammation n be taken out and Ibis tube restored to Its normal condition, bear ing will be destroyed forerer; nine eases out of !" are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but n IntUmed condition of the mucous u'-faies. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any casa of Desfneas (caused br cjtsrrh) that cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bcud foe circu lars, free. p f rHENEY t co., Toledo. 0. Bold by Druggists. TtSc. Taks HU i family Mils for constipation. Auction Sale AT THE City Auction Market SATURDAY, MARCH 13 at 2 and 7 P. M. Large lot household furni ture, 1 large refrigerator, cost $28.50 j extnesion table, small library table, 1 hard wood dropleaf kitchen table, 1 marble top table, 1 patent rocker, 1 morris chair, 1 up holstered rocker, 1 inlaid chair, 1 art square, a lot of carpeting, 1 plaster bust, 1 easel, 1 Singer sewing ma chine, drophead; 1 encyclo pedia (9 vol.), 1 bureau, iron beds, springs and mattresses, 2 prs. portieres, lot of crock ery, 2 washtubs, washboards, ironing board, 1 2-burner kerosene stove, 1 2-burner gas plate, 1 revolver, 1 rifle, lot of whips, watches, 1 pitchfork. Another large installment of groceries from the Nich ols stock. Sale at 2 and 7 p. m. o. h. hale, mm TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310 Fire Insurance I rcprefnt Feven tecn of the larjreft nnd bc.'t Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. I a I a I I J. W. DILLON aew tUarM ftw Slot v i ESTATK OF MA YON E. HAINES Sfata of Vermont DUtrlrt of Wahlnton. as. The HonontbU) Probata Court lor the Dis trict Aforesaid! , To the helm and all persona Interested In the estate of Miiyon K. Haines, late of Cabot, In said district, deeeanetl, CiKKETlNtJ: W1IKKKAS, application hath been made to thin court, in writinir, by the administrator. Ueauman (J. KiHfeni, praying- for lirenae and authority to sell all of real astute of said de ceaaed, to wit: Situated In Cabot, tn nald distrlpt, M'presentina to said eourt that it would be beneficial to the heirs and all per anna intereated In the estate of id d rMued, to sell said real estate and convert the same Into money. And brlnirlnn Into eourt the eonent and approbation In writing-, of all the heir to aid estate residing- in this state, and setting forth the iilustion of the real estate. WHEKEUI'ON, the laid court appointed and aaeigned the 24th day of March, 1H15, at the probate office In Montpelier, in said district, to hear and decide uuon said application and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to all pernoiui interested therein, hy publishing- said order, tog-ether with the time and place of hearing, three week ue reaslvely in the Barre Daily Time. "; paper which circulates In the neighborhood of those persons interested in said estate : all of which publications, shall be previous to the dsy assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place sasigned, then and there in said court, to make your objections to tha granting of uch license, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, In said district, this 6th day of March, 11B. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judg-a. March 6-13-20 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF LEWIS W. FAKRINGTON The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for tha district of Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receive, examine, and adjust tha claima and demands of all persons BKairut the estate of Lewis W. Farrinsrton. late of Cabot, in said district, deceased, and all claima exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that wa will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the residence of the deceased in the town of Cabot, In said district, on the 22d day of April and 7th day of September next, from 1 o'clock p. m. until 4 o'clock p. m., on each of said days, and that six months from the 8th day of March, A. D. 1916, is the time limited by said eourt for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Cabot, this 10th day of March, A. D. 1915. S. J. KORRIS, O. L. DOW, Commissioners. March 13-20-27 BUSINESS CARDS EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND Concert ORCHESTRA Dance J 5 Kelson Street Telephone J03-M RILEY'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC TELEPHONE 342-21 BARRE, VT. MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO TLEANTNG. PRESS ING AND REPAIRtNO JIOORE & OWENS 122 North Mala Stmt Barre, Vermont DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS : I to 4 P. M. Tueaday. Thursday and Saturday. Aieo by Appointment 14 ana II Blanrhara Ballding Talepfcawa II DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Ofire la Ream II. Milas BaUdlng Tslphene CaanartJea OFriCE HOt'Rf ! a. m to It m. and 1 :K0 to 4 p. sk., Monday. Tuesday. Thursday aad Friday M. J. WHITCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Calls Answered Preasglly, Day a Night Aa t'a-ta-DaU Aasbalaara la Ceanertlea EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone 119-1 WILLIAMST0WN, VT. Telephone 3t- 7-S4 laereaaed aalea far aver years falls lis awa sUry, Largest selling brand af Ite Cigars la tha ver 1 4. Fartery. Mearbealer. N. H. Leave the Wiring To Us n4 e a ill An it withemt injtinnjr tm waiis tr cwil.npa. Ihj it an it will tH tnirrifrr sutb tR acfearsnr of Ihej riwtria. flVl ts lave finished fotj be aide to Kakt tVacmdtjr Taur Servant BACKS ELECTRIC CO. ijS Ho- Kui it. QUALITY COUNTS sj Ky M aere rssataea. swa Tea (aa X S-m. T Are J st ? Wc Have the flood a. T. mit asr T 4 ! JEWELRY ! ! we res t a pi of )rvtey, rim la at! r rnf fr4tS;i ttff'iMf- ! i a U.J.lui"U int:.itiii ! ttoa ilisa j i- FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will publish WanU. Lost and Found. K.r Sale,, To l-M. etc. h"rt. tlsomenU-at the rate of four lines for twenty Ave tenia for the first Insertion and fivs ent for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR KALE OR EXCHANGE lttfl-acre farm, located 4 miles one way and 7 miles another from .railroad station; about 'a mile from achoolhouse : has never-failing running vlrr at house and bsrn. lH-etory house with ell and woodshed : large wagon shed : horse barn and shed; also S0x40-fU burn, new 4 years ago: buildings all In good repairs cuts about 80 tons of hay; plenty of meadow and pas ture; good fruit orchard; large, modern sugar house, Grimm evaiwrator, 21 ft. long by 5 ft. wide, nearly new, 2.100 tin and gnlvanlwd sap tubs, spouU, holders, sleds, sugaring-olt evap orator arch with pan, could tnp 8,000 trees; a Isrge quantity of hard and softwood timber. This farm is located In Granville and has one of the beat views of mountain acenery 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: fences mostly wire and in good repair: will trade for good renting porperty or take part payment down, bale.nce in annual pay ments secured by mortgage ; poor health reason for selling. Now is the time to buy fhis prop erty and clean up $500.00 this spring from the sugar place alone: all for $3,000.00. Address or call upon Elwin L. Scott. 14 Howland Bros. A Cave bldir., Barre, Vt., or W. C. Scott. Braintree, Vt. HOME FOR SALE My house, corner of Richardson and Hill street; anyone wanting one of the best houses in Barre will do well to Investigate; modern in every way. Frank McWhorter. 2" SALE OR SENT House on Franklin street : 8 rooms, 2 reception halls, bath, pantry, laun dry and downstairs toilet; gas, electricity, fur. nace heats rent, fi.00. 25tf SALE OR RENT Cottage house: 6 rooms, bath, pantry, sleeping porch, gas, electricity, furnace best; East, street: rent, $18.00. 25tf COTTAGE Perry street; rent, $10 00. 295tf HOUSE Maple avenue: rent, $12.00. 295tf TENEMENT Foster street; rent, $9.00. 29Stf TENEMENT-Rrnnch street! rent. 112.00. 29Stf TrWEMEVTII.HM nnurt: rent. $8.00 295tf Telephone SI4-2 H. A. PHELPS CO, No Mistake Can Be Made in Buying These! Sure to Go Quickly! NO. 04 Just listed: Furniture, stock, tools and fodder, all ready for you; 60 pure-bred Hhode Island Red hens, 8 or 4 turkeys. I shoats, 8 high-grade Jersey cows, registered bull, S or 4 yearlings and 2-year-olds, 1 horse weighing about 1.100 pounds: a new set of tools. Including corn plenter, weeder, mowing machine, horse rake, set trucks, work har- names, etc.: household furniture is all gooa; an income from the day you take possession ; from 50 to 60 acres of good land, with no hand mowing: houne is well painted, inside and out; wide porch across front; 7 rooms; barn is 80x80 feet, ia painted, haa basement and silo: situated just outside village. 2 milea from railroad station ; best of water at build ings ; Uhia is one of the most attractive small places to be found and will carry from IB to 20 head and team ; price for all. I4.li00.00 ; is only 1 hour's drive from Barre City and 10 minutea' walk to school, stores, creamery, te. I04tf NO. 878 Only 4 miles from Barre City, all equti-x-d: 10 cows, 1 yearling, 2 horses, farm wagon, buggy, sleigh, pung, pr. harneFeea, mowing machine, rake, plow, etc., all for $3, pOO.OO ; there are 118 acres of land, and this farm haa the reputation of being a good one; the tillage is very productive ; good pasture, some fruit, comfortable house containing 8 moms, and 2 barns : acholars carried to school ; 2 milea to Cobble Hill creamery. 804tf LUNCH AND TOOL ROOM in city of 10. 000: doing a line business ; price. $700.00; S pool Ublaa, new line of tobacco and ci gars. sf GENERAL STORE for sale or trade: car ries a stock of about $5.000.00 ; did a busi neas of $18,000.00 last year; only 1 man em ployed ; no competition ; a good chance. 104tf MEAT AND GROCERY BUSINESS in good Maanachusetts town, for sale or exchange for farm; has been esUhiUhed a long time. S04tf TIME IS VnVEY ON THESE TROPOPI TIONS. AS THEY PAY FROM THE START. AND SOMEONE ELSE MAY C.ET THEM IF YOU DO NOT ACT WUICKLY. Let us show them to you. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATK ACENCT Barre. Ver ssant Reams t and 1. UewUnd-Cava Building J. J. DASHNER Real Estate Agent We have soae newly luted property to offer. in ferme. where a man may have a home and a htwineaa for himself and family; rity homes, inveetmenu in renting property, stores, and lunch room., in the city ; country storea, portable saw-mill, stationary saw-mill, bobbin mills, amall and Uree timber tracts. We want to work for you, we want to list and sell or exchsnge your property. $4tf J. f. DASHNER. Real Estate Agent. teams . . I. ttewland-Tara Bldg, Barre City. Vt. Tel. tea. FARMS FOR Ml OR EXCHANGE for rnnd reating r-rairty i fsrms that wiil hee from I M eowa : good location. J " Stewart. Northfieid. Vt tr: POULTRY AND EGGS uiTi HINT. r.r,C,H froea exhibition snatmea .f iiMs- tsrersi Rork., Ke. sjiiiiwi-, lwhorna. It esr $1: 1" sjn. : Infertile em replsvred: day-old. ever-live ehu $i prr lis; 4-montha-oid illets. that will lay all winter. Tie nrK. rt'tenir- oVIivery ; -rti, r iww. Talking Poultry tarda, Miniv-L. N j rtk4 Er,;S FOR HATCftTNG- Rhie I-land Rt Inr hatchme: e.' per ia. lorye I Ihirkea, 'lhrt 4-S-. iit snR RAIE- White araV-tte eras for fc.trhir.e: U fur br. Mm. T. H. V' MntpelH roed. i'4t4 FOR HA I E-me BiMCwms ewke-wl and 4 puilew : iw w twv at f 'S; 1 snuet hs the tram. H IS RirhareW attwet. ..4'' .-..rr r, - rr-t a- i ous trii4 V I Fi.HoK Hea II . 11 gA pr hundred Wrs. L. A talaw, Vt. Knelea. a. f..i WANTED ivrrn t ft I' r VT T a, f... ' A-m l ' knee ra-e I f-m - . I 4VTI r Te ' . tr,--t t 'S t a y- Tvna aSare. ' ' I m w t ''''. -w Hn-lmt - U. Harre. V f.4-r w ivtrn T hn;ti i er sr-- Ae - I .- : --. srtl K f.;-, TT TT7 - I te at-'--'. a. ...... .s. a sr - tv- ft. - St r. T ,e ' Until rm't w-" al 4- 1e-f MICEI-LANKOUS s t-i T S t lt tmr- 4- m. " -"- - .,4 1 - ' r 1.' t Ct lr, -r Tf m f-g Tt ! Iwr'i"d s-m ,m --.m - i - 4s at. .- --w ae fmn. """""J Wa. .1 a av. -wasit I a. l-r-SMs. II Trr4 SB-k ss-t-aa 1- a- ,r "" TO RENT TO RENT A -rnom cottage on Washing ton street, $10.00 per month. Inquire at IS Maple avenue. 106tf TO RENT A very pleasant tenement In good condition ; modern improvements ; stable room if required. E. Carleton, 21 Highland svrnuo. lOltf TO KENT -Lower tenement, on Quarry street, with barn and carringehouse, for small family: lty miles from Harre Cllty: terma moderate) for the winter. Mrs. Catherine Per. rin, bog 72. R. F. U. No. 4. l4ti SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT Inquire of Or. O. (i. Stickney, Washington street. 286tf TO RENT Five-room tenement with gas lights and range; psntry and woodshed: stall for horse; also store wilh g,sss front. In tine locality for grocery. J. N. McLellan, 95 East street; tel. 178-12. 284tf TO RENT Eight-room rottage hoisia on Merchant -treat i modern conveniences, In eluding a set range; also a good barn and garden. Inquire D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. 254tf TO RENT Two front rooms suitable foe (flees: corner of North Msln and Granlta streeta. Apply at Creamery, $00 Notth Msln street. l5tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Blacksmith shop and stock and tools ; combined with woodwork shop and tools run by electric power. Ralph Whitehlll, South Ryegat, Vt 306tl8tl FOR SALE A 1 5-horsepower I. H. Co."i gasoline engine, run just 18 days; also belt ing and shafting ; will sell cheap, aa I have, no use for them. Geo. S. Somerville, North Derby, Vt. a05tl2 GENERAL STORE for sale. Including real estate, fixtures and stock of goods; located at Forrinburg, Vt., in a thrifty farming com munity : within mile of Rutland railroad elation, milk plant, creamery, school and churchea; postoflice in building: real estate consults of lsrge brick store, cold storage at tached, dwelling, feed store, storehouse and good horse barn, with shout 1 acre of land : this real estate was gold within 5 years for $4,000 ; store is equipped with up-to-date fix tures necessary for the business, costing over $700; stock of goods consists of groceries, dry goods, footwear, hardware and other goods ususlly kept in general store, and inventoried on Jan. 16 over $8,0(m : hera is a good oppor tunity for the man with limited capital : $8,000 down takes above property ; balance on time, or will sell stock of goods and lease real estate and fixtures. Inquire of C. C. Field Ferris burg, Vt. 803t BEST FOR GROWING CHILDREN Cum ming Jersey milk ; about 4 inches of cream in every bottle: measure yours, tlien 'phone 892-14 ; direct from the farm to family; deliv ered morning and night. 802t6 FOR SALE A-No. 1 maple wood: good measure guaranteed ; delivered at once. Tele phone 478-1. Mrs. L. D. Gale, Williamstown. Vt 269tf FOR EALB; Loose horse and cow hay. E. Carleton. 21 Highland avenue; 'phona 441-11. 217tf I STUDEBAKER TRUCKS Wheels from 30 inches to 42 inches ; tires, 3 inches to 4 inches. Prices from $33.00 up COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN COMPANT Orange County and New England Telephones Separators Separators We pay cash for your old ma chines taken in exchange. COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange Ceanty and New England Telephones FARM WAGONS One-Horse Dutch Gear Wagons Two-Horse Dutch Gear Wagons One-Horse Lilley Style Wagons Two-Horse Lilley Style Wagons Farm Trucks with 4-inch Tires COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER "QUALITY FIRST' Yea Must See the New Line af "Qssl.ty First" Wagens We Are Shewing "Quality First" Concords "Quality First" Top Buggies "Oualitv First" Open Buggies w-s.4 11.. o Vr.a "UUailiy 1 irl uusiuraa iiosvib COLTON STATE STREET MONTPELIER HELP WANTED MANAGERS Capable, ambitious young men anted as traveling and atata manager : $1 imfO yearly salary and npenaee. or eaah and romma..in : alsa local representatives anted' $!ii weekly salary and eommisston. ;oodwear Hosiery MUU, Dept. . Trenton. New Jersey. ,0'" vnurv. mini or middle-aged, wanted as pwiai rWreaentetivse in home towa : $12.j I mrk !r aalary ana weinie. - " I traveling managers warn. i. - salary and eieni. -r rash and eommisstcai. , ;,J ear Hcaiary Mills. PepU e, Ireotoa. se Jeey. W ANTED Salesman to sell hihricatiag esla. hme end barn paint and .r-ielt;a t Prota. Chamrwsn R-nlng, flrr, ,,rof is. Champwa Refining t tlevelaad. O. LADIES Imm'diatly : filing - labelina hir: hrwie-wnrk evenings : steady: no epe mn; alwlutely no eanvaeaing : excellent S- t-wmnity f"r wii:-n worker. TT.. I ... TeM Ont. t.tl' I SPY AVTFn as rrial aa-ewt for the 1 e--lsive sale ef hwn-rMsss ioie rmmii. I tn thai In-s'.ity : Hig protlta : repeat sales : ! . nte t-dT. Whittser. . t ultea ray ir-g ewir-liywit f"e ; full K-il nmit4 etsttoa. lisle, silk ' l n l aer. T m s,K e ans i . -.at. sirrtne Mines aw em IN- IVTINATIONAL IfllXJS, ttsnrt. Phissnvlphia. (.ovf RWINT roTTlONIi ere eay a rt m f- hw ' ten. how: write 4,t!.SO. Karl H"fie. tahintn, D. C. S.VTT I A witahle elne-le wiaa esi elatre r. M. L. 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