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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, Al'llIL 0, 1915.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DimUHI SUCTIONS The Klifa dub of Burlington 1ia 80 lxys employed in that city collecting caterpillar egg musae. So fafr this sea ion 43.103 masses have been collected, which means the destruction of approxi mately 0,038,400 worms. Two clergymen, a physician and four business men of Chester have united to form what is known as the Chester Mov ing Picture Co., for the purpose of elim inating objectionable picture plays and bringing to Chester the best in that line. The experiment has been on trial for overal months and has proved success ful from the point of view of the pro moters. J. M. Comstock of Chelsea, statistician for the Congregational churches of Ver mont, has sent his figures to the publish er of the denominational ar book. The present membership is if .Uf9, a gain of 134 over 1913. During the year there were 1,218 additions to the churches, the largest number received for five years. Of these 760 were by confession and 45t by letter. The removals were 1,082, 402 by death, 441 by letter to other churches and 239 by revision of the roll. The membership in the Sunday schools Jan. 1 lonis : r 107 lnio o. jo.ptu, till tiiuease vi xot uci iniu, . . , - ... 1 , rrv, : f Ar.n i v, w.i,i. c aericulture. The definition embodied This means that the school may be re opened next September, provided certain conditions under which the extension is granted, are fulfilled. Home month ago the health board servod notice on President Murvello C. Webber of the educational board in structing him that the high uehool must not be opened unless changes were made In lighting, ventilation and sanitation, which would require several thousand dollars. In view of this, the citizens were aPkfd at the March election to authorize issuance of school bonds to the amount of $25,000 to1 cover these and other re pairs. The bond issue was voted down. As this put the school board in a posi tion where they could not reopen the school in the fall, because of lack of money to do the work, an extension of time was asked. The requirements made by the board under the extension permit will require only a few hundred dollars and they will probably be met the com ing summer. STANDARD FOR CONDENSED MILK. Decision Issued Defining Condensed or Evaporated Milk. Condensed or evaporated milk should be made from the whole, fresh, clean milk produced by the complete milking of healthy cows, and contain a definite amount of nutritive materials, as indi cated by milk fat and total solids, ac cording to a food inspeation decision is sued by the United htatea department A CURE "FOR" ALL. Not a Patent Cureall, Nor a Modern Mir acle, but Simply a Rational Cure for Constipation. It is hard to tell just why BEAVER'S LAXAT1VR TONIC TABLETS have be come so popular with most people, but considering the short time they have been advertised, the demand for them has been cause for wonder. They arc no dif ferent in appearance from other laxative tablets, but they really must possess un usual merits, for from our own personal observation we know that they always do just what is expected of thorn. Their action upon the skin and complexion is remarkable, for the principal ingredient in them is extract of dandelion, and your own doctor will tell you that dandelion is one of the greatest skin alteratives known to the profession. Jf your bowels are inactive, your elcin sallow, your tongue coated, and if you arc troubled with pimples or bilious spells, a 2,-.-cent box of SE AVER'S LAX ATIVK TONIC TABLETS will clear up your complexion, tone up the liver, en courage the action of your bowels and make vou feel well again, or the Red Cross Pharmacy, or Frank Roark, or K C. Voodry & Co., Cabot, will gladly pay you back your money. Advt. of young people's societies, which now .mounts to 5,014. The churches, num bering more thn 200, expended $248,923 for home expenses, while the appraised value or all the property of the denom ination in the state is given at $2,213,375. an increase of $54,375, Invested funds Jiave increased $33,711 and now amount to $560,460. During the year $49,758 was contributed for benevolences, an increase of $1,461 over the previous years. . No March since a record has been kept by the Northfield weather bureau had a less precipitation than the month just past. Forecaster William A. Shaw has a record extending back to 1887. In 1910 the precipitation during March was 0.60; in 1808, 0.64; and this year it was but 0.25, which is 2.54 inches below the normal. The highest temperature was 49 degree on March 25 and the lowest was five on March 3. The greatest daily range was 28 degrees on the 13th and the least seven degrees on the 22nd. The mean temperature for the month was 25, which is 1.3 degrees below the normal. There were 11 clear days, 12 partly cloudy and eight cloudy days. On five days precipitation coecurred. Sol ar halos were seen on March 7, 8, 10 and 30. The prevailing wind was from the north, its average velocity being 8.2 miles. GRANTED YEAR'S TIME. A Rutland School Not to be Closed by State Board of Health. Rutland, April C. The Vermont state board of health has granted the board of education of this city an extension of one year in the time for making exten sive repairs on the Rutland high school. Hotel Lenox LUXURY 111 -ftinfTT,rTT ECONOMY BOYLSTON and EXETER STREETS BOSTON One block from Copley Sq. and Public Library. Convenient to Shopping and Theatre District. All Outside Rooms. Excellent Cuisine. Single Rooms $2, with Bath 92.50 and up Double " 2.50, " " $3.50 " ' (Good Garage 3 minutes' walk) L. C. PRIOR, manaom Two minutes from Back Bay Station Ten minutes from North Station STOP AT REVEREHOUSE BOSTON at and eold water, lorn IMim lefca. C- owe ta every roe at. SO room with la, rttM and m ill iminIM S1.M Tmt liar and t'gwerde CALIFORNIA THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL LA , K AMLR1CAK STEAMLRS 17 DAYS $125 up PANAMA PACIFIC LINE M SlaW Berae. Beaten, ar N. B. Ballard. Miss trasrit Bailetag in the decision will guide the officials of the department in the enforcement of the food and drugs act. The product, to be in accordance with the definition, must contain not less than 25.5 per cent, of total solids and not less than 7.8 per cent, of milk. fat. The total solids include all the sub stances in the condensed or evaporated milk except moiBture, and are, therefore, an index of the actual food value of the product. The department officials are of the opinion that the fixing of a minimum below which neither the total solids nor milk fat may fall, a con densed milk of high nutritive value is insured. It is stated that no tolerance whatsoever below the quantities fixed in the decision will be permitted. The definition also requires that the milk must be from cowa properly fed and kept and is intended to prevent the sale of condensed milk made from milk from cowa fed upon unwholesome feed ing stuffs, such as swill and brewery slop, or which have tyen kept under such insanitary or otherwise unfavorable con ditions as might impair the quality of the milk. The definition for condensed milk as embodied in the food inspection decision is the same as the definition and stand ard recommended by a joint committee from certain state and national organiza tions having to do with the enforcement of laws relating to foods. The organi zations represented on the joint com mittee on definitions and standard are The American Association of Dairy, Food and Drug Ofticials, The Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, and the United .States department of agri culture. The joint committee on definitions and standards ia the outgrowth of a move ment to increase the efliciency of the enforcement of state and federal food laws bv the adoption of uniform stand ards. The standard for condensed milk has already been adopted by a number of states. Additional legislation will be required in some states before it can be made a legal standard in those states. The full text of the decision follows; "Food Inspection Decision l.iK. "Condensed Milk, Evaporated Milk, Concentrated Milk. "The joint committee, on definitions and standards of the American Associa tion of Dairy, Food, and Drug Officials, The Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, and the United .States de partment of agriculture, on Nov. 20, 1914, adopted the following definition and standard for condensed milk, evap orated milk, concentrated milk: "'Condensed milk, evaporated milk, concentrated milk, is the product result ing from the evaporation of a consider able portion of the water from the whole, fresh, rli-an, lacteal secretion obtained by the complete milking of one or more healthy cowa, properly fed and kept, ex cluding that obtained within 15 days be fore and ten days after calving, and contains, all tolerance being allowed for, not less than 2.V5 per rent of total solids and not Wa than 7.9 i-r cent of milk fat.' "The foregoing definition is adopted a a guide for the officials of this depart ment in enforcing the food and dm? art, and food inspection decision No. 131 i revoked. (.Signed) "P. F. Houston, Secretary." All Itf of rbtn. Cttr of Tiled", tats Oaatf, . lrak J. en-r oath that Is senior partner of the Sna of f. I. l"linjr do ing htiiwi la tb ltv of Tnld". t stintf and etate forweld. an tnar .aid ria r Ik mm .f 5K IIT'SnRKIi !itlJ.AK f ech,er4 ererr rm of f atarrh that -anatH lm carta bj tka aaa f UaU I atarrh Car. raKK i. niEKET. tmm 4e ternr me and ewhwrrn, la iwa, tats Sta of lw-rB.hr. A. TV, l!a. am. a. w. .t.rn'. Notary l-vblle. ftarra Caterr rv fa ?sen iDiTnairr ana a"a airrtl apaa rH atomi an4 amrwia ar rra M tba aata. ra lr tratlnoBlala, p. t. crtrsr.t co. towto, o. -! t an Pnifta. TV. taaa Ball Fal. nil tat aastliatkk For Good Roads. The meeting of. Highway Commission er Stoddard U. Bates with the road com missioners and selectmen of Windsor county in the Junction last week is in line with similar meetings throughout the various counties of Vermont and can not fail to arouse deep interest and stim ulate action among all true boosters of the Green Mountain state. The citizens of Hartford, with the substantial co-op eration of the Board of Trade, apain proved to the road-makers that they they were loyal ermonters in this im portant matter of making the state's highways the best in the country and were ready to lend a helping hand in pushing along the good work. It !b such co-operation that encourages the highway commissioner and his subordinates to put forth their efforts for the best possible results. This good roads movement that was really started by our present governor and brought to fruition during his long and efficient services aa highway com missioner still claims the hearty support ot dovernor tJates and he loses no sppor tunity to ask the help and co-operation of all business men in crowning the ef forts of the road-makers with success. It was on account of the great amount of good accomplished by these county meet ings during his own administration as highway commissioner that (Jovcrnor flutes has so strongly sanctioned the con tinuance of these meetings by his suc cessor. Tt is fortunate for the state that an official so well equipped as Mr. Bates a8 read' to step into the breach when the people of Vermont called Mr. C.ates to the gubernatorial chair. The chief ex ecutive knew his man, for he was super visor in the highway department of Or leans county for eight years, tinder him as highway eomniissioiier. and the two years previous he was road commissioner for his town of Derby. So that as a road-maker he was contemporaneous with ( ommissioner fjates in the 10 years that the latter had so ably served the state in putting Vermont on the good roads' map. Governor Oates, as highway commis sioner. Mitred the way in building the state roads and his efficient and economi cal policy is being carried out by his en thusiastic successor. Commissioner Bate convinces bis hearers that he U thor oughly in love with his work and that he has a business-like wav of dealing with this good roads problem. With him the motto is maintenance, for he believe that once a road has lieen improved it should always be kept in &nod condition and never have to be rebuilt. We have spent a good deal of money in building new highways and thanks to the wise financial policy of Governor Gate, when he was commissioner, there is no bonded debt for future generation to pay. Now we should see that these roads are kept tip to a high state of efficiency. That i the contention of Mr. Bate. Commisxinner Bates has of roiirse a large amount of new work in contempla tion, and Windsor county aa well as the town of Hartford will get its share. It may be interesting to many to know that, according to the official figure, out of l,fcn total miles of highway in Windsor county there are 1$2 mile of improved highway and 42 mile of se lected highway, (.hit of I5.0H1 miles of road in the atate there are 4.2.12 mile of selected highway. White Kiver June tion Landmark. THAW CASE IS PUT OVER AGAIN Hearing on Writ of Habeas Corpus Is sued by Justice Bijur Is Adjourned One Week by Newburger. New York, April . Hairy K. Thaw waa brought from the To nil yesterday by Warden Hanlcy mid a couple pf depu ties, and for a few minutes occupied a seat in Justice Newburger'a part of the supreme court while John B. Htanchfiela, his attorney, and Assistant District At torney Richter arranged a further ad journment of one week as to the hear ing on the writ of habeas corpus issued by Justice Jdjur two weeks ago. The writ in question is one which re lates to the state's jurisdiction to hold Thaw longer, regardless of the proceed ings to return him to New Hampshire, without an adjudication of the question whether or not he is sane at present, Mr. Stanchfield informed the court that the adjournment of a week ago had been asked for in order to enable Thaw's at torneys to prepare an answer ' to the traverse of the writ. "To-day's adjournment," he said,' "is asked to enable us to make any motion which we may ho advised. Justice Newburger approved the ad journment, ami Thaw and his custodians returned to the Tombs. FOUR LINES FOR 25c Th Time will publUh Want. Loat and Found, For Sale,, To Let, tc. short advar- tlaemanta at tha rata of four Unfa for twenty. fir eenta for tha Unit Inaertion and fiva cnU for each subsequent inaertion. , REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Ideal home; 6 room and bath, hot and cold water, furnace, electric liirht, modern in every way in aood location. Gauid ft Kobertaon, room 18, Aldrich building. 18t6 THE ELECTRICAL ATTACHMENT represents the acme of case, comfort and efficiency. The cooker, the iron, and all other conveniences propelled electrically lighten the housekeeper s tasks. Light, heat and power are new best generated by nature's most potent and beneficial agent electricity. BARRE ELECTRIC CO. i3S No. Main St. Barre, Vt. and hearty meals under such conditions often work havoc with the vital machin ery; the bodily organs degenerate; dis ease of the heart, the circulatory sys tem, the kidneys and the nervous and digestive systems increase. There are now afT-''Ximately 410,000 death annual ly from such ailments in the I nited StVtes, about 60,000 of them occurring below 40, and about 350,000 beyond that age. Last year the country lost from these degenerative diseases 170,0K) peo' pie who would now be alive if the death rate of 1880 from this cause had still prevailed. This institute has taken up the prob lem of eliminating this annual loss bv a campaign in the interest of personal hvgiene. its basic purpose being "to in crease the number of the vigorous and productive years of life. It is a suffi cient characterization of the institute, of the need for its work, and of the promise of its fuceess. to say that it has former-President Taft for chairman of its board of directors, frof. Irving Fish- r of Vale as chairman of its hygiene reference board and Gen. William C. Oorgas aa its consultant on sanitation. Boston Herald. ECHOES FROM WEST TOPSHAM West Topsham Happenings Al ways Interest Our Readers After reading of so many peo ple in our town who have been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills, the question naturally arises: "Is this medicine equally suc cessful in our neighboring $2 Wood-$2 Green Hard and Soft Wood Slabs delivered from the car for only $2 a load . Arthur S, Martin Telehone. 158-4, 53-W, and 80-M FOR SALE Cottage home, situated on Beech itroet, or! from Newton street : house ha 6 room, beside closet and hall ; it in con nected with sewer and city water: it ha piazza on two aides and a large woodahed ; ha been built only a few year, and all ia in good condition: there la a'ftood garden, with ome fruit tree ; there auto i a new henhouse built this spring ; this will make a nice home for anyone working In th city, for further particular call on Neil Olsen, Beech street, or addreaa box 10, Barre, Vt. 16U FOR SALE Fine city residence located on North Main atreet, Barre ; owner plana to leave town, and property to be aold reasonably. Addres "P. M.," care of Time. 17tf BIO CHANCE FOR A HOME Brick bous in Brookfleld, 8 room, all finished in fine shape ; some hardwood floor : water in pan try; a nice hone barn, double-deck henhouse for 100 hens ; apple nd pear ; nice garden ; t minute' walk from school and church ; $850 $100 down, balance as rent. For particular inquire of H. C. Woodworth, East Georgia, Vt ISt HOME FOR SALE My house, corner of Richardson and Hill street : anyone wanting one of the beat bouse in Barre will do well to investigate; modern in every way. Frank McWhorter. 295tf H. M. FARNHAM'S 44TH BIG COMBINATION Auction Sale I will hold my next hg spring eomhi nation auction sale of Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Poultry, Wagons, Carnage, Har nesses, Rcbes, Blanketg, Whips, Hsltrs, Farm Tools, etc., on FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915 at 10 oVlo'k in the forenoon, at my htahh'S at !m! Northfield street, Mnnt- pelier, Vt., 10 minutes' walk from the Wlls River railroad station. I HAVE FOR THIS SALE 16 Fresh Horses ranging in weight trom l.I.to to ,N,( Miiinils pood farm teams, road machine work, or lieay team in a. We shall also have ten horses consigned from the New Hampshire lumber ramps; these horses run from 1,0(10 pounds up in weight and are to 1k sold without limit. Also from il to other rommission horse all color, weights and values. You will be aide to find what von want in the horse i;.... .. .i.. .-.i .1.. ..... f .- ... . IU u.i i i lie Bruci uu.i ot.ai.tr- brinR , that one you w to dispose t,f mem or mis est lopsnam resi-v ,.u aio have wagons, carts, imp dent leaves no room for doubt on this point. Mrs. lluttie K. IVidjre, 'ft Tojisham, Vt., says: "When I pot tip in the morn injr. my bmk seemed as if it would break. It felt a if a rH- ws bound tight I aero my kidneys, ettising almost un- teral)le pain. I could not rest eonifurt ally in any position and I got up in the morning feeling worn out. Ion's Kidney Pills acted directly on my kid neys and soon made them normal." Trice fiOr, at all dealer. IVn't sim ply ak for a kidney remedy get lawn's Kidney rills the same that Mr. Dodge had. Fofctrr-Milburn Co., Prop., Huf falo, N. V. SALE OR RENT House on Fmnklln treet ; 8 rooms, 2 reception halls, bath, pantr?. laun dry and downstairs toilet; saa, electricity, fur nace heat : rent. 126.00. 296tf SALE OR RENT Cottage house: room. bath, pantry, sleeping porch, gas. electricity, furnace heat; East street; rent, $100. 29ftf COTTAGE Perry street; rent, 110.00. 29fitf HOUSE Maple avenue: rent, $12.00. 295tf TENEMENT Foster street; rent, 19.00. 29Btf TENEMENT Branch street; rent. $12.00. 295tf TENEMENT Beckley court: rent $8.00 296lf Telephone SH I H. A. PHELPS CO. TO RENT FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Elect rla light and furnc heat Call at 89 Elm treet im TO RENT- Furnished front room. Inqulr of Ernest Little, 219 Washington street 16t TO RENT Two front room sulUbl for office; corner of North Main and Granite street. Apply at Creamery, 800 North Mala tnoet 16M FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET Kitehea privilege if desired. Inquire at T French street first floor. Jtf TO RENT A very pleasant tenement in good condition ; modern Improvements ; itabl foom If required.' E. Carleton, 21 Highland avenue. joitf TO . RENT Lower tertOT,.,, . f...n-a treet, with barn and earriagehouae. for email lamny; miles from Barre Ciity ; terms moderate for the winter. Mr. Catherine Per. rin, bo 72. R. F. O. No. 4. 18ttf SMALL TENEMKTMT TCI PPVTI.nl , Dr. O. G. Stickney. Washington street 28tf FOR SALE FOR SALE -Blacksmith shon and stock and tool ; combined with woodwork shop and tool run ny aiactnc power. Ralph Wbitehiil, South Ryegate, Vt 18t2$ FOR SALE No. 1 fi rat-claw hv. DroD a card to L. K. Averill, R. D. 2, or tel. 77-4. Barre. mf EMPIRE CREAM SEPARATORS. 'Empire mechanical milkers. Empire St-KiU ga en gine ; the best machines that can be mad. L. B. Dodge, agent Barre. Vt. 18t FOR SALE 800 gal. bucket, spout and cover. 8x6 Leader evaporator and arch. Mon itor gathering tank, and gal. storage tank, used but little: also 1 registered O. I. C. serv ice boar, and 1 regietered O. I. C. sow. bred to registered boar. J. Bert on Pike. tel. 10-20. Mrshfield, Vt 17tf J. J. DASHNER Real Estate Agent Ha some extra good sales to offer just at this time of year when people want to make a change. 1 want to talk to you about this one; 160 acres, 2 1-2 mile from Barre City, extra good oil, lay well, very good clean pastures, small sugar place, an extra good set of buildings, plenty of water and a One view of country. This place will keep 60 head of stock. We will ell the bene frm or with stock and tools at the right price. 7tf NO. 2471 want to show you this extra fine 1-man farm of about lie acre in hurh atate of cultivation ; land lays well, the house is al most new ; very good harna, sheds, and ilo ; plenty of water at house and barn ; small sugar orchard and a fruit orchard : a miles to large town. I mile from school, to which chil dren are transported : with this farm the owner will tell 14 extra good young cows, 1 pair of fine ateers, IS hogs, and a good horse, and all crop and tools, tor the small sum of tS.SiK); poor health ot the owner is reason for selling. 7tf NO. 248 Let me show you this nice modem house on earline between Barre and Mont, pelier on an elevation from the street which affords a splendid view of the surrounding country, away from duot and dirt; this house has 7 rooms, besides bath, clnaets and hails : hardwood finish, set tuba, furnace heat; with this nice home you get 4 acres of land; this would make a nire hen farm ; near two citiea, for the small sum of $2,800. tf BUSINESS CARDS tt EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TFACHER AND Cawrart ORCHESTRA Ttaar Nslaea Street Teiephea J4I-M NOW IS THE TIME to ADVERTISE your EGGS for HATCHING Try a CLASSIFIED ADV. in the Timet and fee what ciccllent remit will follow. The cot i ma11. TELEPHONE 310 Tht Need of Personal Hygiene. Some liighly significant fact rcjrir! intr American mortality are tu lie pre-r-nt-! to-dy twfore tlie lt"t rtiatn fxr f commerce ,y the officers of the Lif F.x tension institute of whoa hoard of directors William II. Taft i chair man. They may be summed np in t lie ktstcmcnt that aince 10 there ha bet-n a continuous increase in the rVpenera tive dim of middle life and old ?e. and that this inrrr i trircaMo nt In the t'Stbopenic jrerm combattpd by j-n-fentiv mcl ine, but tn extraordinary id Mtr- in our living habit a a people, nd to that failure of adafdion to there huh is known a "lack of personal by piene." With the national proerwrily f t!e lt to r.eatKin h come rood Ideal of SitempiTste working and play j inp. aa well of tntemp-rt eating and drinking. Much of the outdoor work of former dy b been e''hntrd for aed ,fitary oci-unat ir. and the very inn-v.nM-neea of cultivation, from levator to sired er. iv reduced tlie Of.pnr- tufiitie for .hyi"wl eiertiae. Pi.-h food i CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA rrrly Riley's) PROF. P. r. LA KM. Leader MfStC FOR At I ore.. HION ... I ATr ST AND MOST POn LA It ML'SIC J. P. and A. C. CARROI l Kaalneaa Manager l s, narra, veraeal MERCHANT TAILORING AL"0 rLEANTrTO. PRESS- no and RrPAmma MOORE & OWENS Iff North Mat Strar Barre. V DR. G. L. T. HAYES KEDICAL AKD SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OTT1CT mt it.; t Tnexlee. TN"ii aad A we fcr Aiejeiiatatewa II awd II Rtaaewarw RaOaHng gii', iirw and seonmt hand; suifjlo and double work and drive harnesses, robes. blankets, whips, lis Hits, farm tools, etc Ibing in anything in the personal prop erty line yon wish to dipose of, as this is our first spring tale, and we shall ex Hit a largo crowd and lota of property, as we hae been having numerous in quiries in the Ut three week in regard to our next sale. Our market day auc tion ia the time and place to buy or sell. I'eual term of credit. I.um h room on the grounds. H. M. FARNHAM, The Horse Man. S. H. FARNHAM, Clerk C r. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. COMMISSIONS CHARGED FOR FELLING IIOR.-r.H-AU er I'.". I tier rent.; all under M, rer cent. No heme sold ar put through the rinc for Itae thaa li 00 rnma sMn. A rommaision will be charred for all horse sold, either at prints or suctioa sale. oa the rournj auctloa der Cattle, hoe. poultry, warons, tiameaaea. farm tools, furni ture er wtiirr pruoertr, IS per reat. com mis ton. Auction Sale NO. 191 want to sell you this nice I me modern home in Waterbury ; it is a larva lot with carden, both shade and apple trees : house has 4 rooms, hath, pantry, halls, and eloseta; bark and iront piauas. electric I urhu. stoam beat, hot and cold water, double cellar, rood roof, nirely painted : place ai centrally located, occupied by owner, who will sell on easy terms : price, 13.0110. 7tf Now let us ell art buy. My time Is yours for listing and selling or eichanrin porperty of all kinds. Am always ready for business and prompt service is what you will ret if you call at the pleasant and sightly office Id Reaaaa I. I. II. Rewland-Car Bldg, Barre City, Vt TeL lea. FOR SALE Several varieties of seed pot. toe, including Gold Coin. Bartlett'a Buouty, Noxall. and Sir Walter Raleiarh ; extra rood and free from rot. Apply to Mrs. C. M. Clrk, East Montpelier, Vt. ; N. E. and Orange Coun ty telephone. 15UP FOR SALE One horse, 11 yrs. old, weigh ing 1,500 lb. ; sound and a good worker. Inquire of A. L. Belville. Barre, Vt lltf FOR SALE A-No. 1 maple wood: measure guaranteed; delivered at once. Tele phone 478-1. Mr. L. D. GIe. Williametown. Vt ssstt Studebaker Vehicles CARLOAD JUST IN Studebaker Trucks, Studebaker Farm Wagons, Studebaker Han dy Wagon, Studebaker Delivery Wagons, Studebaker Milk Wag ons, Studebaker Concords, Stude baker Top Buggies. Studebaker Road Carts. A full line of Stude baker Harness. All goods guar anteed. COME AND SEE. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange Ceanry and New England Telrphenes No Mistake Can Buying These! Quickly! Re Made in Sure to Co AT THE City Auction Market Saturday, April 10 at 2 and 7 P.M. Private sale every after noon and evening this week. uciioneer r. u. fcetareay. 0, H. HALE, j JEWELRY NO. 04-Just listed: Furniture, atock. tool nd fodder, all ready for you ; 0 pure-bred Wiode laland Red bene, t or 4 turkey. 1 annate. I high-grade Jersey eowa. registered bull. I ar 4 yeariinira and 2-rear-olde. 1 horse ghing about 1.1ml Bounds; a new art of tonla, including corn planter, weeder. mowing machine, bora rake. e4 trucks, work her. etc. ; household furniture i all good : an income from the day yoa take possession ; BO to M acre of good land, with no band mowing ; house ia well painted, inside and ut : wl.te pore aeroa front ; T rooms ; ni la I rum fret, m painted, baa basement and ilo: situated just outside village. I mile from ratlmad station: best of water at build ings : thai U one of the most attractive small place to be found and will carry from 14 to 20 head and team: price for all. 4.ftOA00: ta eeily 1 hour' drive from Bsrr City and 10 minute walk la arhuoL storm, ereamery etc. fo4xt NO. 7 Only 4 mllea fun Parr City, all equipped : 1 rows. 1 yearling, t horsea. farm wagon, hurry, aleivh, rung, yr. harneseea. snowing machlnei rake, plow. etc.. all for f. !: there are 11 acres of land, aad this farm has th reputation of being a good one: the tit Is re is very pmdurtlwr: good rasture. fruit, eemfortahle house eentainmg and 1 barne : areolar rarrtrd to arhool ; I mile l CofeM Hill creamery. 04tf I.fNCH AVI TOOL ROOM In eKy of eon ; aVtng a fine biMinene : nriee. t?on a ; I pool table, new line of tobaeea and el gars. 4tf CrVrRAL "TOFF t ar trade; ear- Hea a lnrk of aWnr) Unoooe: did bnai imi of t i.oo o hast ,a -: only I men em ployed; no eomnrtitsna; a goad chance. t4tf WE EMPLOY NO AGENTS WE PAY NO COMMISSIONS Our customers get all the benefit ef ear small sailing eipense "It pays t take time te see Colten" Vehicles, Harness, Blankets, and Stable Supplies COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELmit HELP WANTED WANTED A competent girl for general homework. Apply evening at lS1 Pearl street, Montpeiler, Vt lKu; PAINTTRS WANTED At th Hospital. Kar-e. Vt. new Barre i:i WANTED A eanahle girl for general home work. Arplr 12 Baldwin atreet. Montpelier. Vt. ldtf WANTED Two live men ta manage branch office : experience not necessary, if willing to learn ; IL'O weekly to start. C. C. Lork Co . Inc., Niagara Kails. N. Y. Ut WANTED Kitehea girl at H niton Hospital. Montpelier ; reference required. lhtf WANT;D A woman or a strong girl, with refermeea, at th Morrfctoa f arm, Barr. Vt. Ktf WANTED A girl to do general housework : war; must furnish referenca. Apply to ho 4 ST. Lisbon. N. It. 1414 VNFMPI.OYED MEN AND WOMEN CAN MAKE ond wares selling our original Tn employed" packaa-ra t na talking aspssn ary ; big profjta : 10c up start yoa. William Mfg. Ca bot 44h. I.rndonville, Vt U POULTRY AND EGGS EG;- THAT HATCH - Rorks, Reds. Orpin, tons, Wyandotte. Leghorn. 24 for II ; IS to 44 for he by rhkrka alive. c v 12r oarh ; ait-weeka-old chicka, ZSc each. It. Gihhon, Mt. Holly. N. J. It24 EOT.. FOR HATCHTVa-ftlngl Comb It t. Ren. H. W. Hanhora at nam. It 09 pee setting -Austin strain, arte ; aatisfartaon guaranteod. E D. F.slev. rVnith Kyegata. Vt ; Blue Mt. phone 1-I12. 1U' THOROfCHPRrD WHITf WTANDOTT! r..S for bau-hinr -II Ml per It: if by parcel rnpt II M per 1: gaod winter lar-ra . M white, 7 t'pUnd avenae. TeL I1T-I. IStf rw IROM II IX) for at I. RED PRIZR fTO K h eiprea.. II M for 14; A. T. Ahbett. tf meat A vr cRorrRV ifrvr! i. MeiMM-haaeMa toew. for sale ar evrhenge for I sperkal prior by the hand red. farm ; has aero established a long time. 04f rrr- " " ) EOT. nn PETTING Thoroorhhw Colaiw- TTWK t VnVTT 0f T'Tcy tnr0t. i hn efid eilvrr-leoo and M WrsBi4.l-, Ttov THrT PT rt"V TWr TltT 'sod KK.'ie Island Keda ; tor per setting, r K. Vf aovmvr. FT.E MT ,TT THEM IF TOIT I-O NOT ACT VITCKLT. Let a .bow Auction Sale AT The 0!d Nichols' Store No. 51 7 N. Main S. DR. LEWIS D. .MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 0e la Ornr t rt-tt tiawlla and I Hal p. m. Maw dag. TW a. TVaiadag aad rnawg , Wtra VOU aat pier ( Jew-clry, cernt ia aci I I I jO.J.DOnr.E. The Jeweler I ; I I Has Mraa I lute Agvwt la "Heetsw Aaaertoaa" a km ' , : THl D. A. rrT rL rTAT ACrxCT Bartw. tawjut I aad I. Bewlaad-Ca BaOding FARM rO Att CiR rood rn-'ne r-neifr ; fare II t. II rows Stewart. ronhnld. Vt rXCHAJr for w thnt a til berw loratio. J tfe i Bailer, tel. -W. UK H4.TTHIN; rin. from ehl.itiow matlwee of '. larera ; Ro. ka. Red. Vl randottoa, liwhoma. IS errs II; n rrr. tnfefiie one. m-loced : dyl4. ever-l-'V rbicka. $t por li; -nwiaw-oid iilet that will lay a!l w tner. " each. .ieniliw eViieiy ; end' f wow. Ta U me rouhry arda, Haiaosfion. N. J MTU4 WORK WANTED WANTED VTFH w-mii4 hit fwmHm m Hmmm-rm." f4f-r Dpu't Tfcwt4f m. J. wiirrco.MR LICENSED EMIIALMER Call. Aaeae.4 rr.aistH. fkag a Aa l MIu Awbalaiww Iw 4 nil ntlns I.A.T B4VB.E, VI TeVpfccw 199-1 w-OUAXSIOWll, VT. Tfcaaj ,f Iiwufion cif Pariifr.hip P4ERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED 1TNERAL FURNISHINGS HtrepiLxl A rn bub ce Sen ice l".TH'RT A attS VB tKtPEB XYBALMrRa. Ta.,. siu s 41 .. M Thursday, at 2 and 7 p.m. Closing Siilc of thc'tL' grocery stock of r . 'ztjl:; z wrx-l: A. Nichols ev: bon. rrtrrrvr: :oio, h o. -I . r" e " .WW- tm ew"g "" wsa a. tr' i Lwe.-tw the rl eT hi-w wnnVr trw wnw law ar mf 0. H. HALE, Accficnesr. 4 I. SM rogm'o; iwrt' y w. awd eor-wrts e' ."" ewjw aF-on'W arc ..na a4 n m tw- rw im w "w tan. , . i i. el taw r-y r Fire Insurance I represent feven tn of the largest and tcft Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance CoT.panie?. A$k for rates. J. iV. I)ILIX)N NTTTi - T. trr wist I t' e 1 : ' w.d psfrsaw a rair rf aatwfatora. f R Surtlr,, eme 4r.4 Am iwtw w rone. 1 4v n ftewar a rottaee R-4.inwn i W' Mnm. I "if ! n.fKRtJf? am oi firitrv -i am ir - fwred te aa all kinds of i-mnl.mg s aad a;, wderir work- A- Mrliafha, ilarkea aee tel'tvreie I;1 TT A tifta; 'fTs:r-l am rm.iid a de ail nda a4 'alii" war ee siaeial trwc wr. r A. hrssa. II laird atmr. a'niaaias ll-l iltf A."Tr.I 1 a-a rmt H i . eir"r lwd "f r"ie fn-h. " , Mam fH. 7 4 A VTf .0 -4 m. rwlri, t--. a W rahw wmrd .11 tlna .- b pm4 .1! . we 4 ev-rvna. -1 n-.FT" eleiwaat -. iWkw! iMd ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS A HARD COLD ! im to m rviir chare i tb wratket, ' rtpowore w r rawee, if tw-trlorted mf , W-d ta aersmta lfif trenjtilna. kwR I Ik-wTi' tisrr ia tha awedlinw) rnr.tw.ar4 ' ani tak kef wee tt emki 4te'Jwr titTnTKojiia, nr ewaanmami tel. hti rrrrtkrte- Aivt. IstwI atflnig b-wnd ad lt Carar ivie f ro,, -v s : i . : K. :irn Kan lXt Aar. 4 (be .wli tartar. Bs-Wet. X.