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THIS JJAIUIK DA1LV TIMES, UAKKK. VT., WEDNESDAY, 31AKC1I 2, 1915.
ABOUT THE STATE HArpSNINGB OF INTEREST THOU Dimmnfi sections John Fox of Rutland is expurtml to dho thu aitflit of onu fye a a result of Ix-inff struck there by a piece of wood Just week. At the annual village meeting in New Jiort next Friday eveninif, the voters will lie asked to decide whether a eufrew law tlm II he enacted in that place. The supper and allied device eon- and hate your name down a one of the speakers, you will be obliged to inal'A jrood ami be with in. The Jliiiiiiuuton County Iniprovement association is work ing with tut to mitko the event a aiiccess. If you have unyUiiiiff to tuiggeHt 1 can assure) vou that it will be appreciated. I will send you Home of the advert mciita ami bills the II rat of next week. Your very truly, (Signed) V. II. Nichols. VICTORY FOR DEFENDANT. In Grange Store Case Which Developed at Brattleboro. Ilrattleboro, March 2t. A division by Chancellor Frank L. Fish In the Crange LOCAL MARKETS Fresh Eggs Drop to 20c per Dozen and Potatoes to 35c per Bushel jiected with it. which the women of tho ' tore caH,.i 01lt, 0 ,le mo(,t prominent Holy Innocents parish in Rutland pavo llf t)ie j0(.a clH)1 j m.,.t years, is an on M. J'atrnks ilay, netted a pront r important victory for the defendants, tM". Oscar T. Ware," Walter F. (Joddiir. ' Carl S. Hopkins and Joseph Herman Joy, One of the pair of black horses, which : who Wl,re nlm,llg the directors of the liau neen in mu juiuanu me uepitruiiriit, ow j,.fun(.t oiKHIlization, and priloti for 12 years, dropped dead on the street Monday, while standing at the drinking fountain. While moving his household goods to nother residence, Benjamin Chamberlin of Morrisville was injured by coming In tally winds un- the case, although there is a possibility of its going to the su preme court on exemptions. The decision of the chancellor wus received yester day. The orators are the DcWitt Grocery company of this town, whose claim is contact with a broken gin,, jar, which ; f()r $1 tlln U(.nry j. IVrkillg resulted in a bud cut on the inside of his arm, severing one of the main arteries., ompany of Springfield, Mass., who claim over iKIlxi ana Liiaries n.. wrown v.o., DRESSED PORK IS PLENTY Dairy Butter Is 2728c per Pound and Creamery 2930c t will probablv make two of his fingers," " ,,u , T -W Kermancntl v useless. !" Pnngfield, who seek to recover about ' ."Will). There were other directors in the Wallace H.Gilpin, editor of the liu.ton Orange store, those living being John Monitor, has left on a trip of several, - Drttitt, h. L. Hildreth and II. V. weeks.. After visiting New York and Sargent, but they were not made de- Waaliinirton be will join his family in pendants in the suit. Virginia, where they have been for some time, and they wilt go to many cities of the Middle West, West, and Pacific coast, and will attend the Panama exposition at San Francisco and the Panama-California exposition at San Diego. Leon V. Hewitt of Rutland has in his jiossession a coin, said to bo one of the oldest Syrian coins in existence, which in Jlible times, was known as the "widow's mite." The coin came originally from Kliaa E. Brackat of Damascus, who was Bent to this country in 18HS to study the marble industry. Its value is about one-tenth of a cent and it was stamped nearly 100 years before the birth of C hrist. It is inscribed in Greek, and con- The suits were brought in 1911 in the law court. The store liquidated in the fall of 1!)10, and the orators 'proceeded to undertake to collect their claims of the directors named under the statute which provides that directors of a cor poration knowingly assenting to the contraction of debts in excess of two thirds of the capital stock paid in shall be personally liable for such excess. In his finding of facts the chancellor savs: "No question is made but what at' the time these bills were contracted the Grange store was owing debts to an amount in excess of two-thirds of the capital stock of said corporation ac tually paid in, in an amount exceeding the total amount of the orators' claims. tains the words. "Allah Mahabbah" which , Je then coes on to show that the mana means "God is Love." Only a few of the ier. who was treasurer, generally car- coins are still-in existence and they are rted on the biwinesa.in his own way and Uarre, tt., March 24, 1915, Fresh eggs and butter prices lower dressed pork plenty. Wholesale quota tions: Dressed pork 11 Vie. Veals fancy Ufa .12c. Fowls 18S 20c. Fresh eggs 20c. Butter creamery, 29S.30c, Dairy 27 2Sc. Potatoes 35c. RICKER'S MARKET REPORTS. Receipts Increased Quite Largely Since Last Week Prices Little Changed. St. Johnsbury, March 24. Receipts at W. A. Ricker'a market for the week end ing March 22 included: Poultry 250 lbs., 10c Lambs 10, 30 flc. Hogs 320, 6(a fi-y4e. Cattle 140, 3(a !.- Calves 810, Z(SVt. Milch cows $40(6 $70. Wool 28c. very highly prized by their owners. Good Roads Work Near Bennington. Bennington, Vermont, March 20, 1915. Mr. James P. Taylor, Secretary the Greater Vermont Association, Burlington, Vermont. Dear Sir: Just a line to tell you what we are do ing regarding the good roads meeting. Arrangements are under way to make it the biggest event for better roads ever held in Vermont. We have engaged special trains to bring people here aud are using every effort to pet them out, special arrangements have lieen made at the hotel for the luncheon; the merchants will keep open house ind .will put out their flags and bunting; evcr Ixidy it invited, women and children including. We have just telegraphed a special re that the directors did not inquire of him as to who he was purcliasing mer chandise of and did not examine the account t familiarize themselves with the names of the creditors. Three Blew Companies. Formed. Articles of association have been filed by the following new corporations with the secretary of state. Hard wick Granite company ot Hard wick, capital $10,000. Subscribers, Ash ley Smith, R. .1. Beenan, L. J. Hooker, all of Ilardwick. H. & M. Realty company, of Brattle boro, capital $40,000. Subscribers, Ly man E. Holden, Grace E. Holden, Helen It Martin, all of Brattleboro. Holden A Martin Lumber, of Brattle boro, capital $80,000. SuWribcr. Ly man E. Holden, Grace E. Holden, Helen IN BOSTON MARKETS. ouevt for Governor Gates to be with us K. Martin, all of Brattleboro. To the California Expositions NATURE'S EXPOSITION ROUTE-VIA THE CANADIAN ROCKIES tkkt you through America's Switzerland thr snovntaia ranges in fact, exceeding many tines in size, in grandeur, and in number of imposing (now-capped peaks, those of the European Alp. Then, if the Xure of the Mountaina" impels you to break the journey, at Banff, Lake Loui. Field. Glacier and Kevelstoke are aplendid hotela of Canadian Pacific Railway standard none better. Travel by llic CANADIAN PACIFIC No tLmtrm Chore for Stop-o-rr Prielles) tull daenrtum in tiu- nr 191 S Panfk Ceast Tcmrt foUrr. f F. R. PERRY radiaa Jcil l"r 3S2 Wwaiaitee $. Bit j IVfilecf tK CaWliaaFWificRoutn ' "TKrovk the Canaadian Rockiea." v. ' 7 : No Special Activity In Butter or! Egg Market. Boston, March 84. The local butter market does not gain much in activity and with supplies still quite ample for wants, there is not much strength to prices, nave possibly on the very best goods. A good deal of cheese left Port land, Boston and New York for England last week, but this movement was large ly on purchases made sometime ago; the current export demand is not large, nor are local buyers operating freely. There is a much better clearance of eggs than has recently been the case and prices are firmer than they have been. Receipts are rather light; not a few eggs are being taken for incubation locally, while the est is having prettv cool weather and with a (rood many egss in that region being packed for storage shipments for immediate consumption are moderate. Jobbing quotations: Butter Fanev northern ereanierv, tubs 3232Vte, boxes 33 33,e, print 33',f,? S2c, fanev western creamerv 31,,f''3i, fanev storage creamerv 31 ((i 31 Vie, good to choice creamery 2flfn 30c, fair to good 28ffi 20c. Cheese Twins, fancy 17(3 ISc, fair to good Ifltf? Ifl'.c, oung America IT'S IS r.gga raner hennerv 24ft" 2.e, choice eastern 22(ff23e, fresh western extras 22 (3 23c, firsts 21fff22c. HOW TO PREVENT ACID STOMACHS AND FOOD FERMENTATION Br Stomach SprrUllnt. As a iixcUlut who h pnt many yean In the tuly and treatment of stomach trou bloa, 1 have been fonts! to the conclunlon that mt people who compluln of tomach trouble p" (omaclw that are absolutely healthy and normnl. The real trouble, that which eaueni all the pain and difficulty, it excewlve acid In the Momuoh, RKKravatd by food fermentation, nriierac dity lrrilaU the delicate lining- of the utonmi-h and food fer. mcntition cauiee wind, whirh diHtnilM the atnmath abnormally. CHunit that full, bloatni fwllng. Thua both acid and fermentation in terfere with and retard the proceea of dia tion. The atomach ia unually healthy and normal but irritKted almmt naat endurance by thee foretitn elements acid and wind. In all auch eo and they comprise over 90 per cent, of all stomach difficulties the first and only step necessary is to neutralize the aeid and stop tlie fermentation by takinu in a little warm or cold water immediately after tina. from one to two teaxnnonfuli of bis- u rated manraia, which ia doubtless the best and only really effective antacid and food cor rect ve known. I he acid will be neutrahted and the fermentation atopped almost instant ly, and your stomach will at once proceed to dwt the food in a neaitny, normal manner, Be sure to ask your druicirist for the bis- u rated mairnenia. aa I have found other forms utterly lacking in Ita , peculiarly valuable T propernee. r. . v. Auction Sale AT THE City Auction Market SATURDAY at 2 and 7 P. M. Horse, harness and buy and blankets, 1 Indian mo torcycle, cost $225, in good condition. Will be 6old at 3 p. m. Also large lot of other goods. 0. H, HALE, "SHE BUSINESS CARDS EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND Concert ORCHESTRA 'Dane 2S Nelson Street Telephone J03-M CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA (Formerly Riley's) PROF. P. P. LANDI. Leader MUSIC FOR Af.L OCCA KIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC . F. and A. C. CARROLL, Business Managers Telephone 410, Uarre, Vermont MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING, PRESS ING AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 123 North Main Street Bar re, Vermont DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS: 3 to 4 P. M. Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Aiao by Appointment 14 ana1 II Blanchsrd Baildtng Telepheo tt LIVESTOCK PRICES EASY. NOW IS THE TIME to ADVERTISE your EGGS for HATCHING Trv a CLASSIFIED ADV. in the Time and .ec what excellent rc follow. The co.t i ima!l. TELEPHONE 310 Lambs and Hogs the Exception Beef Cattle in Ample Supply. Priphton, Maas., Marph 24. Conditions, at the ltri(;Mn nhattnir ehw no im-provr-mrnt, thouph the ofliriala aay that dffinit propre i lirinp maijc In !an ing up the atate. Ijventoik priie were rather easy yenteiMay, exci'pt for lamfoa and hofi. IVof atm-k i in am.Ie aupptr. with onlv a nmdprale demand. Quaran tine fonditirme have not tx-cn relaxed in the alichteat dtirree, in or out of the tato, and ahippera at ill roni plain l'ittef Ir of the liardehipa whirh ther aulTcr in gettinj their etock to market. tccasiinallr a fanrr ateer broupht yesterday, imt T'je wa penerall? about the top. the ranfre n-ing nitc lor heavy and B'i'iTe for llTit. were eaaier for medium pradMi. animals that would liae hrotiiiht fw.Vjt last eek a'lling yesterday at under ',ie. Ileat eowa wild at ! efi'ye. with e po at .Vo .' ',. ordinary row a at t't(hSc and eannrra at S'i1 Hulla were not rnaterially rtiaptre.l. t'e twett lita aelhrf at S1 ,(rne, ordinary liulls at .Vi.Vte and Ixdopnaa at 4i4l,e. t'l. wdd well lor t J"ts, tiinrr bnipir)r a hifh aa lo',e DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC rilYSICIAN OIBr In Roe as IS. Milea FteUdinf Telephena Cannertloa OFTICF HOURS : 9 a. m fn 12 m. and I :.0 to 4 p. m.. Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday M. J. WIIITCOMB LICENSED E3IBALMER Calls Answered Promptly, Day er Mrhl Aa I'a-ta-Pat Aashalanre In Cennsrtlea EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone tg-i WILLIAMSTOWN, VT. Telephone 381- Inrreaseel sales fer erer it years telle Ita tea etery. Larfeat aeliinf krana of I a titers in the world. Factory, Manchester. .N. H. DOG LICENSES Notice to Owners and Keepers Auction Sale OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY In accordance with a vote of the town of Chelsea at its recent annual meeting, the underHigried aelectmen, acting as the agent for said town, will well at public auction, on the jiremiaea deaenhed be low, the real pntate known aa the CHELSEA POOR FARM together with all personal property used in connection with said farm and be longing to aaid town, on TUESDAY, MARCH 30, '15 beginning at 9:30 a. in. Said farm ia located about 2 milea from Chelsea vil lage, the county seat of Orange county, and consists of more than 200,acreg with buildings thereon, a portion of which is leased land. A large amount of softwood lumber and a fine sugar place are con tained in the farm. The personal prop erty consists of FIVE COWS, 7 year lings, 4 calves, 1 horse, 1 brooa sow, 3 shouts and about 2. hens. FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY 1 2-horse farm wagon, 2 express wagons, I dump cart, 1 set of 2-horse sleds, 1 pair of bobs, 1 bob sled and 1 sap sled, z mow ing machines, 1 horse rake, i drag rakes, 2-Bcytheg and snaths, 1 plow and points, 2 harrows, 1 wecder, 1 pair of work harnesses, I drive harness and 1 other harness, 4 stable blankets, 2 street blank ets, 1 pair. of feed bags, 1 sleigh robe, 1 iron acraper, I grindstone, 1 caldron ket tle, I wheelbarrow, 2 ladders, 1 force pump, 1 meat aaw, I fire extinguisher, 1 step ladder, 2 washing machines and wringers, 1 telephone instrument and share of stock, 1 heater and pipe, I bed pun, 2 sprinklers, 4 cant hooks, 3 iron bars, 1 pick, 3 logging chains, I cable chain, 2 spread chains, 4 trace chains, sevj-ral whiffletree chains and whilTletreea and eveners, shoe repair outfit, 3 cross cut saws, and numerous small tools, in cluding forks, hoes, rakes, axes, sledges, etc CROPS About 8 tons of hay, a quan tity of straw and a quantity of ensilage; about 1X bushels of oats, a quantity of India wheat and a small amount of other feed and grain. SUGAR TOOLS, consisting of I evap orator and arch, 472 sap tubs. 3 sap holders. 2 draw tubs, 2 sap pails, sap Sxiuts and sugar thermometer. Also 1 nearly new cream separator and fl milk cans." About 3,000 ft, of lumber and 30 cds. of green wood, a quantity of house hold furniture and a quantitr of house hold supplies and utensils, with many other small articles too numerous to mention. This sale will be a large one and nuiNt begin earlv. Lunch at noon. Terms at time of sale. A. G. BRADSHAW, STANLEY C. WILSON, H. S. FITTS. Selectmen. Chelsea. Vt.. March 1.1, 1015. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will publish Went. Lost and Pound, For Pale,, To Let, ete. short adver tisements at the rale of four linea tor twenty. Ave cents for the flint Insertion and Ave tenia for earn subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR HAl.K- 96-arre farm loealed four miles from rounty seat and al milos from milroad station I has never fallina running1 water at house and barn ; 1 Vj story house with larve woodshed ; one of the bmt horse bams In the county ; larrecow barn, also sheep barn, urn miry and rorn barn, toolhousa and Imp;' bulldlnirs in good repair, with silo It will summer and winter fifteen cows and teinn. Young fruit orchard of two hundred trees ; sugar orchard of 10U0 trees, with su gar house; S0,U0U fret of lumber; fences most ly wire and eedur posts. Now ia the time to buy this property. Heason for selling, not time to carry on the farm. Call and see George H. Flint, Washington. Vu 7t!leod TO RENT TO RK NT Three or four. room tenement, ' with all moirrn improvements ; spring water, elurtrie and. gas connections. Inquire at 4a South Mnin street. 7t TO RKNT Tenement at 1 Seminary atreet Inquire of Thomas A bare, IS Seminary street. t3 TO KENT- Two furnished roome for light housekeeping ! s-aa ramie. Ani.lv at eg frank. lin atreet. 4lf FRUIT FARM near Haverhill. Mass.; 40 rea. keei cows: 5U0 fruit trees, 1 .000 raspberry plants ; good buUding : IH.S00, terms; 100 others; send for spring list. W. ('. Bayley, Plaistow. N. H. 6t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 180-ac re farm. located 4 milea one way and 7 milea another from railroad station ; about lf, mile from schoolhouse; haa never-failing- running water at house and barn, l'vetory house with en and woodshed ; large wagon shed : horse barn and shed: also SOxtO-ft. barn, new 4 years aeo: builcflngs all in good repair; cute about SO tons of hay ; plenty of meadow and pas ture; good fruit orchard; large, modern sufrar- house, Grimm evaporator. 21 ft. long by 5 ft. wide, nearly new, 2,100 tin and galvanised sap tube, spouts, holders, sleds, sugaring-ofT evap orator arch with pan, could tap 8.000 trees ; a large quantity of hard and softwood timber. This farm Is located in Granville and has one of the best views of mountain scenery thst can be had in Vermont, a beautiful summer home: sugar place alone will pay for farm in very few yearn ; will sell with or without stock and tools; fences mostly wire and in good repair; will trade for good renting porperiy or take part payment down, balr.nce in annual pay ments secured by mortgage; poor health reason for selling. Now ia the time to buy this prop erty and clean up $500.00 this spring from the UKar place alone; all for S3.000.00. Andreas or call upon Elwin L. Scott, 14 Howland Bros. Cave b dr Barre. Vt.. or W. C. Bcott, Braintree, Vt. 299tf FURNISHED KOOMH TO LET Kitrhen privileges if dealred. Inquire at 7 French street, first floor. Itf TO RENT A very pi Mutant tenement In good Condition I modern Improvements I stable room If required. B. Carleton, 21 Highland avenue. lOUf TO RENT Lower tenement, on Quarry atreet, with barn and earriagehouse. for email family; ij miles from Uarre Cllty: terms moderate for the winter. Mrs. Catherine Per. rin. box 73. R. F. D. No. 4. ltf SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT-Inqulre of Dr. O. G. Stlrkney. Washington street. 288tf TO RENT Two front moms enlUble for efTlces I corner of North Main and Granite streets. Apply at Creamery. tOO North Main street. 18Stf FOR SALE FOR SALE A well-located barber shop and poolroom on C. V. R. R. ; a good business for one man. Address "Barber Shop," care Times. 8t8 FOR SALE-ReirUtered herd bull "Paul Aaggie Cornucopia" No. 121696 H. F, H. B. ; nrat check for tlM takes him; age. 27 mo. ; a bargain. . N. Billings 4 Son, Barre, Vt ; R. F. D. No. 4. t NICE CLEAN SAWDUST FOR SALE at J. B. Emerson's mill at Orange, Vt ; People's telephone. 9-8. J. B. Emerson, R. F. D. 4. Barre. Vt 6t HOME FX)R SALE My house, corner of Richardson and Hill street! anyone wantimr one of the beat houses in Barre will do well to Investigate; modern in every way. Frank McWhorter. 29Etf SALE OR SENT House on Franklin street: rooms. 2 reception halls, bath, pantry, laun dry and downstairs toilet; gas, electricity, fur nace heat: rent 126.00. 295tf SALE OR RENT Cottage house: 6 rooms. bath, pantry, sleeping porch, gas, electricity, furnace heat; East street; rent, 118.00. 29Ktf COTTAGE Perry street: rent, 110.00. 29Btf HOUSE Maple avenue; rent 112.00. 296tf TENEMENT Foster street; rent 19.00. 295tf TENEMENT Branch street; rent $12.00. 2Rtf TENEMENT Beekley court; rent, $8.00. 29Btf Telephone 314-1 H. A. PHELPS CO. J.J.DASIINER Real Estate Agent Ha some extra good sales to offer just at this time of year when people want to make a change. I want to talk to you about this one; 150 acres, 2 1-2 milea from Uarre City,. extra good soil, lays well, very good clean pastures, small sugar place, an extra good set of buildings, plenty of water and a line view of country. This place will keep 60 head of stock. We will sell the bare farm or with stock and tools at the right price. 7tf BARGAINS Until AdHI 1. L. F. Fortner. Plainfleld, Vt, offers at prices below competi tion a fine selection of art squares and floor coverings of various kinds, room and window draperies, enamel, brass and couch beds, mat tresses and springs, carpet sweeper and cur tain stretchers, etc. ; also a large stock of wall papers, metal ceilinga, beaver board and roofings of various kinds. 6tt FOR SALE One large chest Eastman Bros. second-hand Ire 4tf FOR SALE Two chamber suite, writing desk, chairs, incubator and other household articles. Inquire of Mrs. Peter Laxaon, 11 Orange street; telephone 71-13. Stf FOR SALE N. V. atate roadhouse. near Vt. line; trolley and steam. cars: license. $150.00: nearest license town, 5 miles : if interested, write Ed Reil, Hampton, N. V. . 2tl6" FOR SALE Blacksmith shop and stock and tools : combined with woodwork shop and tools run by electric power. Ralph Whitehill. South Ryeg-ate, Vt 805tl8tl FOR SALE A l-honenower I. H. Co.'a gasoline engine, run just 18 days ; also belt ing and shafting ; will sell cheap, as I have no use for them. Geo. S. Somerville, North Derby, Vt 805tl2 FOR SALE A -No. 1 maple wood; good measure guaranteed : delivered at once. Tele. phone 476-1. Mrs. L. D. Gale. Williamstown. Vt 269tf FOR FALE Loose horse and cow hav. E. Carleton, 21 Highland avenue; 'phone 441-11. 217tf NO. 247 I want to ahow you thie extra fine 1-man farm of about 116 acres in high state of cultivation ; land lava well, the house ia al most new ; very good barna. shedA, and silo : plenty of water at house and barn : small sugar orchard and a fruit orchard : 3 milea to large town, 1 mile from school, to which chil dren are tra rat ported ; with this farm the owner will sell 14 extra good young cow. 1 pair of fine ateer. 16 hogs, and a good horse. and all crops and tools, for the small sum of $3,800 ; poor health of the owner ia reason for selling. 7tf NO. 248 Let me show you this nice modern house on earline between Barre and Mont- pelier on an elevation from the atreet which affords a splendid view of the surrounding country, away from dust and dirt; this house has 7 room, besidea bath, closets and halls ; hardwood finish, aK tuba, furnace heat; with this nice home you get 4 acres of land ; this would make a nice hen farm ; near two citie. for the small sum of $2,800. 7tf Discount on All Goods All dugs within the rity four weeks old and over on the first lav of April, neit, tniiht ln li-end on or before that date, in accordance with the jirovision of art 2"Jrt of the ad of the general awM-mMy of 1912 and section 4, chanter 43, of the ordinance of the t it y of Uarre. Fee if licensed by April 1, 191.V f females I Male and apaved female 2.00 J If licensed after April 1 and before May IS. I PIS: Vemsle. U2.no S Male and spayed f-male S.l I After Mt IS, 1015, all unlicensed lfp S will le fhot and the owner uhjei.- to a f ne of 'm.i. J4.MKS MACKAV. City Clerk. lUrr, Vt, March IS, IMS. BIDS WANTED For lease of Barre Opera House. Specifi cations can be aem at the rity clerk 'a ottire. tvwled bids to be left with the city cierk no later than Marrk $0. 116. at 7 p. m. Rights to reject any or all bids riwerved. O. r SIU RTLUT, A. M. ROSSI. A. t. HKUtK. Property Committee. JEWELRY I Wles YOU wast a dec f Jewelry, cent ia and cur splendid display. NO, 24 I want to sell you this nice large modern home in Water bury ; it ia a large lot with garden, both ahade and apple tree : house haa 8 rooms, bath, pantry, halls, and clneeta : back and front piatzaa, electric light, steam heat, hot and cold water, double cellars, good roof, nicely painted ; place ia centrally located, occupied by owner, who will aeil on easy term ; price. I.VOOo. 7tf Now 1 u all get busy. My time is your for listing and selling or exchanging porperty of all kinds. Am always ready for husineea and prompt service i (hit you will get if you call at the pleasant and sightly office in Rem i (, a. It, Hwland-Cv Bldg, Brr City, Vt Tel. Cen. Low prices still lower. Our selling expense is small ; no high rent Better yet, we will give an extra It per cent aiseennt an all roods for It days until our April 1 inventory. We have a few samples of all kind of MACHINERY IS ltll MODELS WAGONS. TRUCKS, HARNESS, ENGINES, SEPARATORS, MOWERS, ETC. All new fresh stock. You will need these in a few day. Buy now save 10 per cent COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County p New England Telephone "Quality First" Concords "Quality First" Concords, $49.00 "Quality First" Concords, $55.00 "Quality First" Concords, $65.00 "Quality First" Concords, $75.00 TT PAYS TO TAKE TIME TO SEE COLTON'8 CONCORDS" COLTON 84 STATE STREET MONTPELIER No Mistake Can lie .Made in Buying These! Sure to Go Quickly! NO 4- Jtt !U44 : Furniture, utiwk. tooW n! f.-i-irr, nil ready for you ; M punr-brd IWiorWr lavUnr, Krtj hem, 1 or 4 turkey. 9 hmtt, h lirh-$rrmfl Jrrwry rowi, rtrf. hull, t ffr 4 yMiHin-t and S-yvaaroIri. I hor jrtMtrh inar twMit 1 taftiirtria ? a vt nf I inrludintj mm r4antr, wlrr, mo in 0 1 miirhin!, ktorw nkt, ftH t rur k., worfc har 1 Wm, t. ; hmitfeol. furnitur la all fond ; : mn tnrttm fmm tha day ymt taV pnaaMatoa ; i from &0 t Vt arra of a-oM land, with fwi I hand mowina ; Houaa la well mtH. snata.1 a and out; tia jxrrh arnaa front: 7 mnmi ; j f ! bam ta Sflk LILLEY STYLE WAGONS The Lilley style is the handi est, best running Wagon made for farm or road. We have all sizes in stock, both one-horse and two-horse. We have Dutch gears, if you want them. COLTON S4 STATE STREET MONTTELIER HELP WANTED WANTED A competent girt for general housework. Apply to Mra. i. H. Woodn.1T, t Krtth avenue. SM GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy to grt ; mi free bookie Y" teHIa now; write to day - NOW. Earl liopkina, Washington. D. C. CITY LICENSES A!l kftt-r 'f hotels, r-taursnt. twi Ms . Ititi'h r.M.ms. Iurn rl, lis I j ,rrl an I M at ("is 1"" n1 mieJ lot st 'M . room. t"lme alMs ant sh.wtfifig with orr !" st ft', 'i.e. mall fsli.s rall.-Ti.-s; all lia'kni-n. ejr.emn. t-d--re slow at li eauh. !dW t t m.lk r4 i'ro in.p i4 all km1. Hops aifTe n harir.. bet lit !!-j if mcrart iB'i-r. ni'1 uitwra, and flumt iPa at "m 't?, w ith n rxfnnl fn-' j -rm. and tht r'-mrH t .t.i iiarx-e animal at j';-'. Hmiph lid l.roj-; ( 4, hur a iii, are hireb n,4ifte, f.' e. j that all r tr m ri'- .tre Apnl 1. 1.',. Sh-p arnl lti were in Wf.Wte sup- ' tni almuM be r'-fnai-d ta tt fore that flv an-1 .-IJ frwlr for t! l-t at h !te. J KVi s M ArK AT. Cty CItK. 1 O.J. DODGE, The Jeweler i'r:! Z?5 Z!Z':Z t t Mala Strwec i ; inn ; (- I one of the ml attractive small tWle Ageat fer AaMetraa" ta tvn a raritf. v h-p tswif't 'inc in a) small sy. Hi Mops are rmtne f'rrJ .!.' 't f r ! t'e Wt. the t I li'l r-1rt-1 1,0 -.e ' - hr ?wtoi ..tir l tig J..i !j cv asint ?"' f.sr t!.e arwvrri wew-k and i fr t'i aati.e w . k I -ar. n.-e Jan. I. t'e 4al I 'h ,t ri''m ? k ta .', j pat !-" f t t ' me ff i ; l'14. i Jia-re, A t., Mr- h 1".. 115. SZ-Wood-SZ A HARD COLD due to a uJJe rhanga ia th arealber, etpoeur or r raaaa, it B-letl tna Y"i to aeVMNia luo( truubli-a. Keep Ikn' f.liXir in th Bil,rine rupNr,t an 1 tak k f or th x!4 levl iota unimm is, or ritinimtioa ctecosae) aeaU-d. hoii rrj w ara. Ad rl. LOST AND FOUND plr to he fnuna an4 will rarry frmn Is to 20 head an Umm; m for all. ll M; t only 1 hour's artve from Rarr fity aea lfl mtauta' walk to arhnol, store, ereamery. NO. SS Only 4 wi'k f"owi ftarr Cite, all eeaiitrwd : 1 m. 1 y,Hin. 2 hon, firm wfi. hurrr. le-h. puna, tr. ' aiews. in wwrhine. rsfce. plw. eV . al f r IX.. ftftn iki : there are 11 if", of land. this farm haa th rwetatton of being a rwt one; th tili fruit. ana I wt r hia e w4 ! ; t sniW ta Cot hl Hill ervamerr. (4f I WANTrD-Py a .insle man la th villa I'lainheM a relishle housekeeper. C. E. Sanborn, I linlW-l4. t. at 7 AGENTS -W will tr r 110 pee fcunrlrw to titrtbute wur pweurt,; na eanvaaaing ; arnil it eenta for avail : money refutwt tf M eatwfted. The lnia Novelty taw fcorth neld. Vu ' At.KNT. - Make htm tnmri eelhft eer line of ,rialim; nte f- oer se eatalflar an4 fm hi.h. W R fcaaaom A C, 12 West UrM, rtlteRelii. Mas N'TII Aru ta al nfc-l f liirh 1 Mil te farmer : ffnsrNl t4ereh4re ta eT r"-tarti-e: roa rtr. ! -,.-.,le nartte. I miM (msn. er.f,Mhle hoi rnnUm hi S i C atj IS A VTT 1 - A tenorr-her rd aonkkeeuee . . . " ' rk in real wae Arr'l to S, I. t t-MTt AVT font. ROOM In eh ' lo.hnrr. r.-.. a. . u.r.4 bwk eo . A" a kwiMM : rrir. t-ih j Al poni talHm. tw line of tewa ei- , , !" ttf j W T r-U wfh faiwlly to work ea erk t hn.rt l. " t'i h t4rT f.ray, a.. i 'B-l' eat. . .v-H. tiHV, (MM re-urw ta . 'f r-ar : I i np ; let,.-wre-t 1" h,fe te iiv- tn, Apr!t It f . t trwA'f. Kt lSetoe1arr; Mmm lt. S'f -. f f ' rz TEILrrilONC VOUIl WANTS to mi: HARKi: TIMES ti:l. .no vtt vr rrorriiT r:vr Hi r-I WANTED ('is; ha keen wh. a W t me S' f ' j j m VT n Jte-ihte efl'r of a or T TTwy ta v.tt rw mrrr ri nemi. ; v . ni l-h . 4 Wwttoa. hM-mm T" v s tui rv tf-oy r-wr 'tifT T H t . Tttr-m V'i nytT. f ai.tr V4f (jf tt-'l J II - tr.f fir wT A'T C'ldLT. I shw vt r T he o ewtl tsw to r"W tr H J HrK. : N Mm n. Ttf rut fi. . rrrr r t rTT trrsty ' v" " - ' I , , - T - T-T ' n:'J--i . vm' aiT t. f t. flrr flMa , mt f .Mtmm (. fW m-mm f0 ? ; Nr ajt-jij r-T . I'OULTRY AND EGf.S f w- .f 't r , r- f anw t, r- ; t f- , v-s . v- - t'' . yr-wT I f - r 4av-t ttt S faaaar rw 44 ' r T-aati WORK WANTED Grcxn Hard 3ml Soft VofJ Slabs delivered from the car for only $2 i load Arikr S, Kittin Ltave the Wiring To Us a 1 ' 't r 1 t . ,, .,-,. . !--- 4 ,k. " 'l-t .' h-4 f-fi w he t j far f' --.. PEKUY & NOO.NAN ix.:xcrjxi:D itneual itiim-hings a1', - r.-- . a-a.-g r - mmm '" rr f ' "w- ' ... ' r---- tty f4 Hfrij-Ilil ArrT.rjlanre rt ce tvimu AI ll'1.irii f was! sf ira irtT H t.ri mm"- - V - t m f r- 9 .- ? -ajt I Bass' TT 1 ". f aV tutlav I i T Skf Wm -0 J