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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, HARRE, VT., FJtlDAV, APRIL 0, 1913.
Magnesia Fine For
Acid Stomach
Quickly Stops Sourness, Acidity, Belch
. iag, Bloating, Stomach Pains, Etc.,
and Makes Digestion Easy
Most folk who after eating; experience
our, burning senmtion In the stomach and
are troubled with gas, bloating or a heavy
lumpy feeling call it Indigestion and take a
pepsin pill or something of the kind to help
the stomach digest the food and push it into
the intestines.
In most cases these people have what physi
cians call an acid stomacV Their stomachs
secrete too much hydrochloric acid, which
mixta with their food no that it ferments
and sour and make them uncomfortable. In
ABOUT THE STATE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM
DIPTBRWl SECTIONS
While watering a three-year-old colt
at his home in JclTersonville a few days
ago, Bert Wells wag conaidnrably injured
by kicks from the animal and was un
conscious when touncl. several rios were
broken and there were also other injur
ies.
The March report of the consolidated
custom district i of Vermont and the
county of Coos, X. II., issued Tuesday
bv the collector, shows a falling off ot
$53,450 in revenues collected compared
Swish! Corns Gone!
We Use "GETS-IT!"
a Seconds, a Drops Corns Vanish!
TO TAKE A REST.
Former ' Congressman Haskins Turns
Over Brattleboro Postofflce.
Brattleboro, April 0. Former Con
gressman Kittredge Uaskins, having
completed the transfer of the postmas
tership of BrattU'boro to Michael J. Mor
an, began his 7th year yesterday by
taking things eusy. He gays he has tied
himself down pretty closely to work for
with corresponding month last year in
tend of using something to artificially puh the customs district which included west
thie sour acid mass into the intestines, where em Vermont onlv. The shrinkage is cred
it will do almost a. much harm aa in the jtcjj Knerauy o the situation result-
siomacn, mey neea a simine wiu.iu umi win . , ,. , . .
quickly and hai-mleasly neutralize the acid in K from the war. Merchandise which
their stomach and moke it food contents was coming through there last March is
sweet. Then digestion become, natural and now j,, 8Plt abroad from Canada. The
nainlitta and the disagreeable symptoms of , .. 7, . . , -
hcavinesa, burning gas, belching, bloatinit. 'lutiea collected tast month were $7,5.10
etc., all vanish. Ordinary Biaurated Magnesia as compared with $00,995 in March last
which can be obtained at any drug; store is VPftr Importations amounted to $1.-
excellent for thia purpose but should always .;.,0- ,itk at lfiiciin lar
be bought in sealed bottlea to insure its '" i " '"'"l''" " r.
purity and full strength, either tablet or now
der form. And be ure that it ia BISURATED
Magnesia -not Just plain or citrated masnesia
which are not itood for thia purpose. One to
two maapoonfuls of Biaurated Magnesia in
little water taken after meals will neutralize
all the excess acid in your stomach and pre
vent or atop aU stomach distrees.
year.
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT FAILS.
Bride Accuses Fugitive Husband
of
Fugitive
Fraud.
Indiapaolis, April 0. Mrs. Inez Dixon
Wick, who on. Marsh 21 married Steph
en 1). K. Wick, wanted by the govern
ment on the charge of impersonating
Government officials, filed suit yester
day to have their marriage annulled on
the ground of fraud.
It developed that Wick had posed as
a secret service man in cities all 'over
the United States.
Wick married Miss Inez Liles follow
ing a love at first sight courtship of a
week here. Then he deserted her at
Lnkeview, 0., she charges, after cashing
a bogus check for $fiX).
Mrs. Rosanna C. Mower, who died
Saturday at the home of her daughter
in Lvndonvillc, was the widow of Henry
C. Mower, for nearly half a century an
engineer on the old Passumpsic road. Mr.
Mower died about 18 years ago and was,
at the time of his death, the oldest en
gineer on the Passumpsic division.
As Mrs. Frank Fisher entered the train
at Kast Concord a few days ago, to take
a trip to St. Johnsbury, the train start
ed, throwing her against the side of the
car with such force that her right hand
wag badly injured, the muscles being
crushed and spread in such a way that it
will be sometime before she can use her
hand.
For everybody with corns, there ia In every
drug store in the land one of the real wonders
of the world, and that's "GETS-IT" for corns I
Ifs the first and only corn-cure ever known four years and proposes to take a well
that removes any and every.com or callous c-arned rent and considers his birthday
anniversary a good time to start.
The inventory of all the property own
ed by the government and that leased
by it in Brattleboro and the branch office
in West Urnttlelwro, was no small job
and required a lot of time and clerical
work. Col. Haskins took a report from
Postmaster Moran for $23,758,52, the
value of stamps, stamped enevelopes
post cards and stamped paper which was
on hand at the local postolTice.
1
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BUSINESS CARDS
D'RINK
HABIT
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT
The ORR1NE treatment for the drink habit
can be used with absolute confidence. It
destroys all desire for whiskey, beer or other
slcuholic stimulants. Thousands have auc.
ecu fully used it and have been restored to
lives of sobriety and usefulness. Can be
given secretly. Costs only 11.00 per box.
If you fail to ret results from OKR1NE after
a trial, your money will be refunded. Ask for
free booklet telling all about ORRINE.
Floyd G. Russell, 160 North Main street.
mm
Tho Best
Fertilizer
for any coll Is the one
that supplies the prop
ertles that the soil
lacks.
Fertilizer that Is food
In one section of the
country Is often a fall
ure la other places.
RURLiriGTDN
iWflHiriflL
i-i-r.,.. .a.-..
rtmiLiattif
Is scientific plaat loo4 de
rived Iron, the products of
ar readertnf estsbHtb.
seat, tofetber with the
proper addition ( high
grade chemicals. Because
It Is enade aa4 avid eaty la
Vcraaoat. It Is beet adapt
to Vera eat solL
BURLINGTOR REKCERMG CO.
Burlington, Vt
(-OR &LE UY U.
R. I Hark, Harre. Vt
W. . I'op.TS, Washington, Vt.
F. C. Ijttle, Hraniteville, Vt
II. W. Dane, Cahot. Vt.
A. W. tiara, Marahfield. Vt
II. F. f.rwut. Ilronkfi.,l, Vt
W. B. Fifi.ld. nsinfleld. Vt
A. . Msvtf.n. i:at Calais. Vt.
I- W. S,1,!T. I".at Moritptlier, Vt
Roberta Craig, the nine-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
Craig of IVacham, got quite badly hurt
Saturday. April 3. bv elinibinjr upon a
dump cart body which was tipped tip
against the barn. The bly fell over
pinning her under it across her back.
She also received a cut on one eyelid.
"Some Foxy Trot, M'amselle. What? Cora
Cone T Yes, I Used 'GETS ! 17"
without fail, without fussing with thick ban
dages, toe harnesses, eorn-ewelling salves, irri
tating ointments. It's applied in two seconds
bing, bins two drops, the work ia done, the
corn shrivels up, your com agony ends and
the corn leaves forever I All the limping, the
pains that lrt to your heart's core, the cruci
fixion of having to wear shoes over screaming
corns, the danger of blood poison from making
them bleed by using knives, razors and scis
bors are gone at last I "GET3-IT" is the
new way. the sure, simple, painless way. Try
it for corns, callouses, warts and bunions.
"GETS-IT" is sold by druggist everywhere.
25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence A
Co., Chicago.
slipped and fell headlong to the bottom.
He was able to rise, but suffered greatly,
and was taken in the police ambulance
to the police station, where Dr. F. W.
Baylies attended him, Mr, Lyon whs
accompanied by his wife. He was able
to return home in the afternoon.
EDWIN W. BRUCE
VIOLINIST TEACHER AND
Concert ORCHESTRA Danes
IS Nelson Street Telephene 10J-M
CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA
'Formerly Riley's)
PROF. P. P. tANDl, Leader
MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA
SIONS LATEST AND
MOST POPULAR MUSIC
J. P.
and A. C. CARROLL, Business Managers
lelrpnene 410, Uarre, Vermont
MERCHANT TAILORING
ALSO TLEANTNG. PRESS-
mo AND REPAIRIVO
MOORE & OWENS
122 North Main Street Barre. Vermont
Acute Articular
Rheumatism
Relieved by Anti-Kamnia Tablets
ot
I gel
of ui
DR. G. L. T. HAYES
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES
PECULIAR TO WOMEN
OFFICE' HOURS: . 2 to 4 P. M.
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
Aiso by Appointment
14 and II Blanchard Bailding TeJephen II
Tho exact cause of rheumatism Is en
known, though it Is generally believed to
no acid intbeblood.
Great Demand For Tuberculin Test.
State Livestock Commissioner Fred I..
Davis of Hartford says that he has more
applicants for tuberculin tests of cattle
tlian 4ha Aetna ri mitui iu nlil.t in bunillf. be due to an excess
, . . , . it may be alao said with equal truth that no nmrtnnitsc, a.
U or 18 veterinarians bcim? employed remedy baa been found which la a apeelfla riC V . 7. T ts
all the time. It is tho desire of the In all cases, in fact the literature of rheu- P-av. Monday. Tuea-ia
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office In Rosas II. Miles BeUdlng
Telepheiw Ceanertiea
m. In I! a. and 1 rtfl to 1
Tuesday. Thursday and Friday
famipra and dairymen to net the teat matlsm shows tbat there are but lew druas
' , ., , .., . nicti nava not been given a trial, in the
out of the way before cattle are let out handa of one observer we find thataeertaiu At T WIITTiTiIT
to pasture and the calls are comintr from drug-baa been used with the utmost satis- A, vu.iiij
all part, of the state. Mni0.l& LICENSED EMBALMER
j-u,Hruiiii; i? iri-nii i-Miunii, ciaus nowever agree mat every tuetuoa of
stock made necessary by the prevalence treatment Is aided by the administration ot
.
X
V I
N
rev
SAVE
ALL CHICKS
by feeding for the first
three weeks
PRATTS
Baby Chick Food
It MrriM thorn nfelp throonh th
danirr Dnod, prevents diiwwn.
insurM quick growta mad ariy ,
turity, wr
5M m Mmmv Back (
I vt Pultn ftvMywMrt
1
,aarsates ,1 I
as. tV I
II. L. Clark; F. M. Kempton
FERTILIZERS ARE CHEAPER
and better, if mixed at home ac
cording to some good formula.
Drop us a postal card and let us
tell you how to mix a fertilizer
especially adapted to your needs
and explain to you how very sim
ple a matter home mixing is. We
will gladly send free postpaid a
copy of our formulas, and if you
will tell what you expect to raise
we will give you the cost of the
ingredients for mixtures suited
to your various crops.
Carroll S. Page, Hyde Park, Vt
FOUR LINES FOR 25c
The Times will publish Wants, Lost and
Pound, For Sale,, To Let, etc. anort aaver-
tisementa at the rate of fonr lines for twenty,
five cents for the first Insertion and five cents
for each subsequent insertion.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOE SALE Ideal home; I rooms and bath,
hot and cold water, furnace, electric lUrht,
modern m every way ; In good location. Gauld
& Robertson, room 16. Aldrirh bulldinit. 1818
FOR SALE Fine city residence located on
North Main street, Barre : owner plans to leave
town, and property to be sold reasonably.
Address "P. M.," care of Times. mi
HOME FOB 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
MeWhorter. ZSOti
SALE OR RENT House on Franklin street :
8 rooms. 2 mention halls, bath, nsn try. laun
dry and downntjkira foil - eas. electricity, fur.
nace heat: rent, 126.00. ZKoti
SALE OR RENT Cottage house; 6 rooms,
bath, pantry, sleeping porch, gas, electricity.
furnace heat; East atreet; rent, 16.00. iflStf
COTTAGE Perry atreet; rent, 110.00. 295tr
HOUSE Maple avenue; rent. 112.00. 295tf
TENEMENT Foster street; rent, $9.00.
9Btf
TENEMENT Branch street; rent, $12.00.
29Stf
TENEMENT Beckley court; rent. $8.00.
295tf
Telephone .1141 H. A. PHELPS CO.
TO RENT
TO RENT Two front rooms suitable fof
Offices; corner of North Main and GraniU
streets. Apply at Creamery, SCO North Main
treat. lgsU(
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET Kitchen
privileges If desired. Inquire at 7 French
street, first floor. Hf.
TO RENT A very pleasant tenement In
a-ood condition; modern Improvements: stable
room it required. E. Carleton, 21 Highland
avenue. ou
TO RENT 1., ...
street, with barn and earrisKehouse, for small
family; 114 m from Barr City . terms
moderate for the winter. Mrs. Catherine Per.
rin, box 72. R. F. D. No. 4. 184tf
SMALT. TFVFvrirwT t Brvr.i....i .
Dr. O. G. Stirkner. Washinirtoa street. 28Atf
FOR SALE
SOME SPRING SPECIALS
NO. 90140 ACRE WOOD LOT on the
main road; estimated 200,000 ft. softwood
lumber and large amount of hard wood : price,
$2,000.00; will include 260 run of block wood,
12S cords 4-ft wood if sold at once; 2 miles
to railroad and not far from Barre. 22tf
Hotel Lenox
LUXURY
ECONOMY
,1 . tt- i .t 11.. i 1 j:. some remetiy o relieve) ine rain ana auies
in me "rat ui mr hi aim inimin ui- the nervout aystom and Dr. W. H. Hchultie
eam1, Mr. Davis gxnl that it lias not eipressei the opinion of thousands ot prac
hpen lifted, the retruliitiona afTwtinff tlip i!t,",nr,ub'?1J,e thV Antl-Kamnla
diaposition of live.to.lc comin, or cfX.ttr
out of Vrrmont remainitiff the aam all forma of rheumatism. These tablets can
Knme lowering of the ham ia pvnerteil purcnased In any. quantity. 1 hey are
BUUIl, IB IIIB niLliaili'll in lllliiu 111 uniij .
euralslaa
and aU pain. Aii for A-K. Tableta.
DEPOSED OFFICIAL BACK.
J. Frank Kidder Resumes Dutiei as Bur
lington Water Superintendent.
Burlington, April 9. ,f. Frank KidJer
resumi-rl liia duties as city water super
intendent yesterday after an enforced
absence ainee he waa ilppoel last sum
mer 1V the board of water commission-
era, Messrs. Annua. Cradv and Leonard
The miu net 1011 against Mr. Kidder and
the old board has been dissolved bv
.Tudpe Slaik in chancery court and the
former commissioners A. H. Kutter, Jules
Simsrs and C. H. Jones, assumed control
of the department yesterday. Hearing
on the application to diasolve the injunc
tion made by council for the old hoard
and Mr. Kidder was had late Wednes
day. The other side, represented by Mai
I "rowel!, offering no objection to crant-
Injr the same.
Mr. Wilson, the retiring superintend
ent, handed over the keys to Mr. Kidder
yesferdsy and left the employ of the
city. His plans for the future are not
decided upon.
Oscar Heininfjer, about whom the pro
ceedings started last Sprilip, has alw left
the department. His work will be dis
tributed emonir the present force. Mr.
Kidder will take care of work at the fil
tration plant, the poition occupied by
Mr. Wilson before he became sujw-rin-tendent,
being done ittr with. There
will be no other changes In the force.
Samuel Pressor, for three years an em
ploye of the department, will ttend to
the' meters, as in the past,
tliief Judire Munson of the supreme
court was here this week and road tliei
opinion in the matter of water board
proceedings, in which an order was jriv
en out a few days apo.
FELL DOWN STAIRS.
Calls Answered Promptly, Day er Nliht
Aa I'p-te-Dste Ambalanre In Cennertiea
EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone aao-i
WILLIAMSTOWN, VT. Telephone 381-a
CASH PAID FOR WOOL
We are always in the market
for Fleece Wool. If you have
any to offer, write us for prices
before selling elsewhere.
Carroll S. Pajje, Hyde Park, VI.
BOYLSTON and EXETER STREETS
BOSTON
One block from Copley Sq. and
lAiblic Library. Convenient to
Shopping and Theatre District.
All Outside Rooms. Excellent
Cuisine.
Single Rooms 12, with Bath 92.50 and up
Double " f2.50, " " 13.50 " '
(Good Garages 2 minutes' walk)
L. C. PRIOR, Mamaocn
Two minutes from Back Bay Station
Ten minutes from North Station
WORK WANTED
THE ELECTRICAL
ATTACHMENT
represents the acme of ease, comfort and
efficiency. The cooker, the iron, and all
other conteniences propelled electrically
lighten the housekeeper's tasks. I.iyht.
heat and poaer are now best irenerated
by nature's most potent and beneficial
agent electricity.
BARRE ELECTRIC CO.
133 No. Maia St. Barre, Vt
IHig Amateur Contest at Op- I
era House tonight. You know B
thorn nil thev nil Lnniv vnn Hi
1 BPj
priMKSTIC N I' USE -Anyone nn-riinr a 00-
mestie nurse telephone or t H-47, tlran-
iieiUe, Vt. l'.tt
WANTKD Woman wmilj like a position as
hmisrkernei, fs-m or city. Call or addreee
"IliMuekerpef." Uarre Daily Times onVa. lgtS
t I l-l nni.iu nrm nui.nr.niniu 1 am pre
1 pared to do all kinds of plumblns joos and
. all soldertntr wnrk. A. Miilaltie. Uurkee plare
Wlthne UJ-W. I!t;
A HARD COLD
due to a sudden change in the weather,
eipoeura or any cause, if neglected may
lead to serious lung troubles, keep
Downs' Elixir in the medicine cupboard
and take before the cold develops into
pneumonia, or consumption becomes
seated. Sold everywhere. AdrU
Increased sales fee ever 41 years tells Its
sera etery. I -org Ml eeUtnc brand of I Sc CI fare
la Ike worM. Fatrtery. afaadiester. N. H.
TEAM WORK WANTED -I am prepared te
do all k.nda o teamina or (eaeral Irurk work,
r. A. Ntcoala. 11 Third street. teihuDe 1 1-4.
ISllf
NO. 90980 ACHES: good buildinits ; IVj
miles from villane and leas than 1 hour's drive
from Barre City : one of the most desirable
one-man farms to be found; sugar place of
600 maples, equipped with nearly 400 buckets,
Iron arch, etc., all new; a Rood fruit or
chard ; running water at house and barn ; so
ft, barn with basement; 9-room house; this
ia the kind not usually offered for sale; price,
$3,800.00. 22ti
FOB SALE A full-blooded Morgan bay
mare, 4 years old, sound and kind, fearless
of anything, rood driver; also wagon, road
cart, and new set of harnes ; will sell at a
bargain. C. Berrini, R. D. No. 4. Barre. Vt.
22t6
STORE FOR SALE Up-to-date general
store, stock ard fixtures for sale; call or
write for description. 3. A. Dodge, Waits
River, Vt 22t
FOR SALE Small, pure bred, brindle Bos
ton terrier; will sell cheap. Address "Terrier,"
Times office 22tl
FOR SALE White Chester brood sow, due
to farrow May . Chaa. G. Perrin, East Hill.
Tel. J86-4. jjotf
FOR SALE Top carriage,
mud wagon. Cutler's Livery.
rubber tired :
F. N. Braley.
ltf
FOR SALE Blacksmith shop and stock and
tools ; combined with woodwork shop and tools
run by electric power. Ralph Whitehill, South
Ryegate, Vt igt2S
NO. 811 SICKNESS: MUST SELL; Is mak
ing money, but ia unable to do the work ; this
farm will appeal to anyone wanting a 25 to
ail-cow farm ; fields lay nearly level and pro
duced nearly 90 tons of nay last year: sugar
orchard of 1,500 maples, and good equipment
of sugar tools : 100,000 ft. of soft wood, all
ready to cut; 140 acres of land; extra good
buildings ; bam ia clapboarded and painted :
has basement and large silo; one of the best
stables in town ; house ia heated by furnace
and lighted by electricity : motor for separator
and grindstone ; larger one for work where
more power is needed ; farm is partially
stocked, with 5 head of registered Holsteia
eows, registered bull, 1 yearling h4fer, regis
tered calf, 14 head of high grade Holsteia
eows, and betters, a fine stork : 4 'logs, horse
worth 1250.00: tools are nearly new; nearly
I8.0H0.OO worth of personal property; within
driving distance of Barre, near stores, cream
ery, etc., etc. ; price for all. t8,000. - 22tf
FOR SALE No. 1 first-lass hsy. Drop a
card to L. K. Averill, R. D. 2, or tel. 77-4.
Barre. mf
EMPIRE CREAM SEPARATORS. Empire
mechanical milkers. Empire 8ta-Rit gas en
gines ; the best machines that can be made.
L. B. Dodge, agent. Barre. Vt 18t
NO. J1 0-ACRE FARM. 4U miles from
Montpelier; l'j miles to West Berlin; level
road ; extra good 9-room house and barn : a
Ine place for a man who wants to work part
of the time In tne stone sheds ; farm la partly
storked and will be sold with payment of
1600.00 to 1800.00 down. 22tf
NO. 930 THIRTY-ACRE FARM, with com
fortable buildings, ( miles from Barre and 8
from Williamstown
cows, horse, and tools.
FOR SALE 800 gal. buckets, spouts snd
covers, Sx Leader evaporator and arch. Mon
itor gathering tank, and gal. storage tank,
used but little; also 1 registered O. L C. serv
ice boar, and 1 registered O. I. C. sow, bred
to registered boar. i. Berton Pike. tel. 10-20.
Marshfleld. Vt 17tf
FOR SALE A-No. 1 maple wood; good
measure guaranteed: delivered at once. Tele
phone 478-1, Mrs. L. D. Gale. WilliamatowB.
Vt 29ti
PLOW REPAIRS
Now is the time Here is the
place, to get your PIow
and Harrow Repairs
A. W. ALLEV COMPANY
Orange County and New England Telephones
Studebaker Vehicles
CARLOAD JUST IN
Studebaker Trucks, Studebaker
Farm Wagons, Studebaker Han-
wiii be sold, including ' dy Wagon. Studebaker Delivery
tor o.y ooo.oo. ,Wafiron8f studebaker Milk Wag-
NO. tls-sno-ACRE r AKM. storked with ; nns. StllriphilVor CnnmrAa Stnrin.
st farm it ---- -v-
125 head;
town.
l&u-ft barn, new ; best
more hard wood
property.
nearly 15,000.00 in persons!
22tf
Although we have aold nearly double the
value in farms during the past year that we
have ever sold in 12 months before, we are in
pueition to otter you a fine list to ehoose from ;
all sises, all prices, many on very easy terms.
Obtain more particulars regarding these.
Auction Sale
AT THE
Vermont Real Estate and Insurance Co, j
John II. troa of Colchester Was Injured
Quife Seriously. I
Burlinrton. April . .Toliti II. Leon of j
( olrhestr. fornMTlr aiststit JiKltfe of
(1nttnleii rmiTitr court, fell down the:
heaemetit stairs at the Manaon Hsrdware
Co's. store yesterdeY and injured him
self severely.
IVmrs in the Vft wrist were fcrogeti
snd there were more or lees ta4 lmiee
on the Iolv snd liesd. He trippe W
NOW IS THE TIME
to ADVERTISE your
EGGS for HATCHING
Try a CLASSIFIED ADV. in the
Timet and tee hat excellent remits
follow. The cent is tmall.
TELEPHONE 310
Barre, Vt.
Room 5, Jackson Block
rhone 206
Montpelier. Vt.
32 Main Street
Thone 68S
109-A Nice Cottage House with 4 Acres of Land
A pood opportitnitT o bur thia j Isre and carry on a nice poultry faim;
only 4 mil'-s from Harre and i Tnil-s from Montpelier; ettfa pond plare fi
a itarare and carriage tintixe; never fsihng spring ust'-r; this place is eo
Sit listed as to rommsnd a pl-aant tiew of the eiirrouniliiif; counlry; 1,-t us
(rite you (tirth.r psrtuulars regarding this tslusble jilcce .f pri.jity.
110-A Cot t aire Houe, 3 Min. Walk from rostofTicc j
making a t home; all modem imf rovenn nta, but and c.ld wat.T. Itli.
turnsie ht, l'T'tric lights, (rss conti1 ions ; nni.t fl.r in liar, etc.j 1
larpe t-ramls. Isy windoa ; limise in pond ri-air; jo caa oitain a better
d-wiTi pt ion of this place y railing at our offir.
Hl.IJ Tiat Ahout This? It U Tell Vou!
A plidid farm of l."rt acres, ofily S mil-s Itoni M-iitfx-lice' rn main road,
auto stsi'e m'-s taii-e la, It: lmldirp gwd snd ewrjlhirtc te rlo uiti-
with. Why not purchase and g4 sway tntn lalw trnil..-? lYwe tuM,
and small psymnit down will enure the run 11, tit piojwit i.
112-11 Do Vou Want a Steady Income That I Not
Subject to Iluiness Huctuation; H
S Tins fsiifi of !' aree ia all l.l, with 11 r-s and etrtything O
A i le sny wisn r,-d to etsrt r.r' off and f.ste e'.lid '.i tb gi4 in- JJ
H I'orrte; good ltn. ahtlt 3" mmnt' run fr,n M"t (! : Ifiee i l.w 5
8 n-.iiih to tnske yow ffr the t,,- op ,n the (.-rsriite ir)iitry; ym can t-wn H
H this on ro't rsmsl.le t't-ms. J
.
H The Above Are Specials and Should Receive Attention a
I of Anyone Interested, at Once H
J5
FASM 0WKEES, ATIEXTI05! If yi t,s.e a fsrni For Sste. Frot. or H
tSTcfcanje. ad' ie u at ow, e l.sve tn'r d'Hitr, ! eey Jsy f t t Lie k tid S
tt of TopTty tl.sn we csn mt. f
City Auction Market
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, '15
AT 2 AND 7 P. M.
Furniture and pcneral
merchandise, 1 extension ta
ble, 1 kitchen table, 2 dress
ers, 1 chiffonier, 1 wardrobe,
Hj2 commodes, 1 mantel bed, G
j iron beds, National springs,
II I til I'J'muc tuuiiici, a. iiiiiu a
I iron crib, 1 cupboard, 1 cot
tage organ, 1 music cabinet,
1 piano, 3 sewing machines,
2 art squares, rugs, pictures,
frames, mirrors, clocks, 1
ew
H small lncuoator, l Japanese
blue and white umbrella
holder, lot of men's, women's
and children's garments,
heaters, ranges, gas heater,
oil stoves, wringer, window
22tfj baker Top Bugjries, Studebaker
! Road Carts. A full line of Stude-
modem barn. 0(),00 ft. lumber, and aa much ; baker Ilame.SS. All STOOd.S STUar-
antecd. COME AND SEE.
A. W. ALLEN CO.
O rss re Teantr snd New Enrlsnd Telephones
WE EMPLOY NO AGENTS
WE TAV NO COMMISSIONS
Oar easterners set sll the ken ret
ef ear sssall selling eipense "It
psrs U Uks tissa te see Celten"
Vehicles, Harness, Blankets,
and Stable Supplies
THE D. A. TERRY RKAI. ESTATE AGENCY
BAKRE, MHMOM
Roans t and 1. Hewlans-Cee Balldial
J. J. DASHNER
Real Estate Agent
Aa I am sellinc s voud lot of pro perl,. I
have to keep lutins In order te have s rood
variety on mjr lists.
NO. 2R0 I want to talk with ymi ahout
thia eilra trod property ; SH-mrrm farm, lays
well, on good stare line road. I t, milea from
rood villsre : rood rraded school : easy drive
ts Bsrre: Ism sumr plare, well equipped;
la rye amount at auft timber, plenty of hard
wond to sell: shout K0 acres tillaee: plenty
of pasture; (nod. new house, nicely finished,
with bay windows : plenty of eprtiur water;
sewer eonnerUon, furnace heat ; seta ea a
little nee from the road, one ef the moat
traveled automobile mads in the country :
plenty of barn, basement and shed mom, and
a rwd yard: the owner will aell 10 cows, 4
beifera. 1 pair of fine matched steers, a few
food calves, i hue, a very find set ef tools
I mean r'd ones, sad too numerous to men
tK.n sll for t4.Ke. Jotf
NO. HI It Is drawine near the time of
year wtien people ere plannins summer pleas
area, such as be thine, boatinc. (Whins ete-.
snd I would like e Invik the public to invaa
twate thw proposttioa ; a alee summer hotel,
with ll-mnm houeo, situaUei near a nice body
of water, with I milea shore rtykta. ea a
rood automobile road betweea Harre and
Hard irk; the bouse Is la nice share sad
has sll modern Improvements, inctudme eler
tne lishu. eewee eoeinertions. bi4 snd cold
sfer. Iwlb. washbowl, snd three ielepbone
ennneciions ; this place is shoaled so that H
rrta four mails each day ; there, le a email
store ttiet ff"M with the bowse, and H also baa
iarre. wtrle pwsaas j there an aiee a aiee dane
ine pavili. and bandstand IwMed be eiee
trwny ; there at abM, pieeity of never-railine;
pnnr wrwtee: witb thw property there Is a
avnl Ice knae, all filled, and a 1 4o-wcre farm.
with lota of soft Umbee and plenty of bard
COLTON 4 STATE STREET
MONTPELIER
HELP WANTED
WANTED A rood plain eook ; must be
neat and capable -. no laundry work : wares. It
pee week. Apply with references to Mrs.
Robert E. Smith, While River Junction, Vt.
:t
WANTED-Machinists wsnted et once. Ap
ply to Cooley-W riaht Mf. Co.. Waterbury, Vt.
Ilt
WANTED Cirl for reneral boueewoek ! ref.
ei'tncea required. Address "X.," care Time
office. jotf
PAINTERS WANTED At the new Barre
Hospital II rw. Vt . 17t
WANTED A capable rirl foe reneral I
work. Apyly to Mm. C. A. Best, II Baldwin
street, Moatpalier. Vt : tot. 47-1. lttf
WANTED -Two live snea to ensnare brsnrh
ciflWj eperiece wot iMreasary, If wtllinr te
leora: $i weekly to start. C. C. Locke Co.
Ine, Niarara rails, N. Y. ),
WANTED- Kitcbea girl at Heatoa Mrapltal.
Moatpelve: refereeieea required. IStf
: about 0 acres tillare: ptenly of rood j J" "?..
ro land and feuH oerbard ; there bs!" Lywdoavllla. t
barn 4lW, wilb II etancbiene and II boree
etalte : rood basewepfit snd Iarre, new abed to
store sotoeiiidiiiio : larsre benbouee sad silo:
i ipw. m 'w in nvi. iwi . . wne low prop
I rHt, snd the bowee is peeiJr furnobed: any
further trwminea nti'wg thm pfwitiofi.
ti Tm tui rwu m any envt or n yoa
fNTMriOVED MEN AND WOMEN CSV
MAKE eod nee srlline our oris Ins I "t'a.
eenmoyed" pockaees : no talMne werie.s ry t bis
Williams Mfr. Co.
atrs
POULTRY AND EGGS
writ ae eesardinel same.
R. C PI FT ORriVdTOV".- rees forbstrb.
ine : 4 pews meted f-w the let prise poa st
White Rtver Jrt 114: let and Id Hens at
I M-mipelier lU. J. E. Cockle. IStH
tail
WANTED Two tborowrbbw4 White Wrsn.
Vd t -t mmmt mm (. 0.. , J . eoTkereis. runs e.. iwurr. tot. y-. w .
iwt owt of the city limits, end a nice email I ?etll
:7z:iz;miz izsr'zZrl that Rm ork.. or
rrrrVPrir sole at a wery rwemable rm sn ! ' , " I , ' . ' "
IStll
screens, lot 01
alo 1 pood work horse and."' th" m,
harness to be sold at 3 M i-e.ksoe-k,ie.f4b.
... eeetmerit : bTe a-Sews mewt houee w eh I
o clock.
Mu Holly. V. I.
0. II. HALE, MS
PERKY & NOON AN
CN EXCELLED FUNEILL FURNISHIXCS
lloepital Ambulafvre Sen ire
iriTkts txtnit rwBALirritt ttrpT bai
Caen SI. a Wt
On Mondays and Thursdays
si!! f.ni e'r'tl !n HEW n wist we tsJ! -a! EASGAIS rt .f
iir ler l'" f ' "'A ,r'!-1 . Vn )' f td H t inn e,l e-t f j to IJ
w ?tb , et rsl v if J ' Iiste a,T y ;t. sw1 iei s ar, "trm.
C- F. S3UIH w l r''i"--t;t s'l o -li seW. s rd l is th.'.fiy tm
Fire Insurance
I represent rven
teen of ' the largest
snd bet Stock and
Mutual Fire Insur
ance Companies. Ask
fcr rates.
J. W. DILLON
s.
rw. rnn nkTrKivfj i,rie romb r t
Mi H W "aeSora tr. I' W) per Mtlmt:
twill Sc : eatlfctiCJO r'eW'tt
f n Er. Sowtk Rrersto. Vt: Blue W
,.booe 1S-I1S. lStre
TfTerit r.WT'erP WHTTE WTAVTtOTTT
-,,,. hrn'rh-r,, 11 m II: K r n-M
r-t, II f r-- IS: rood W laeei I. t
Wbtte. IT I i.ktnd avrriw Tet l!T-. ll-f
eewtrsliy lerateel : slate ror-f, r'
buildioew in rwie eocM.tn. tiri e,teo ;
thim p-nr.y moot be eotd and raa be bmwbt
at the rwbt arv.
I am m a awwltia to fu-wt.b rood .." , -k-o
is dr',- of eeol eelote. ettbey by TV
w or anus sole,
t all or wrne to
J. J. f nr.
Kswate ..,. f-mtm'-m-f mm Blda-
i bam (-sty. tt Tet (ea.
i FARMS rnR ssisj tHrpsw-.E f !.';(. rr nmr.- TV-wM r.lw.
r4 rwt;rw T-or : fe-me t wis ,m " E I ed s-4 hrm, Snse'to.
fmrnm II le H owt rood kseottow 1 St I r.-t H. Ked. : V pre oettina. E K
tewaev be-llt Vt IWetree j hoitry. Set S-W. ftfe
r-r-n n-ns R t . r rnvr rm k -
fie .w t at twmmm : kl ,f, mm 1 1 KS f ..r 1 f: ;
etorlaJ pnee by tbe bsott-rd 4 p. Atmott. sf
WANTED
tvtn TO M VT
j siaT'W E. fie erm. ewmea
tjf HOor ksrr ; Ro-fc. Rr. W r rm
lwlw. tt eee. Ii : lee evew. It : mfe-.
orv to tared : ay 1 rr-1 rbvko ti;
1 !: iwitImI e.l-.. t-t w,H ae I
MVTTr-e er rooo-: -rew; av
al "'.',. T!kc low" T kords. Hs
en lesu Mm-vm H. t. J
t'ef.
meefw.-. y
ivcrtjs
Sb'TTfk-Te a rod kw'soa b-w. I
1 " " so 1.1 ; -,'S pvo-ww a re,.? .
T JSo .hKp. 1 1. n. Si'a-M
!-
I OR SALE
Is
I curt V lot .'oo
at SWT! T To
, i'e.'twr.w F"Oe
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svyroa s a, ..r t-f
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t- owt K t rark. '
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sWsmt ftUJ
.'wa. s erre.
el fm : b-iexl rwrw
: ww er1 e4 e " ao mi
etrrw San aiissw t4 . i
tbe e.atr of tbe ka'r
w rr r4 Pw r I wil!
rii art tor oOrr -r --. wnw We,k aV
- owt Sl liMfBlt. srmi. 14.
t. i.. ot i- r a ot... o wOf-'-vrS esea f
-ertr-t in a ,-" o'i" eod im nek's
W.irr to eerf errie efwe-r to ttw Sows
.4 t- r r r- ttw r O Vtrwv sat"..
mm f TM f rir- SrO.. P I
"T 4 . o-. i s"l w-se fo-mr-iy
. .A r-m-f 1m f- a W- 4.
least 1. -4 i f. HOW tAND. t.srwios.
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