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THE JJAHJ.F. I) AIM' TIMES, UAKHE, VT., SATUHDAY, Al'JtlE 17, 1015.
ABOUT THE STATE HAf f ENINaS Of INTEREST FROM ttmnmn scctions Mth, L. IV Hoynton 1ib sold tho lnini lira, of tlio donot rcHtaurHiit in Morris villi) wliid) alio ha vomliii'ted for 3H j-par. Vats have . been placed in Hood's creamery building at Went Kupert anil the ronipany will convert it surplus milk into clieeao the rgmiiig mimiiicr. t ail Ainaworth of Woodbury wan in jured lat Saturday by a premature ex plosion a his father's quarry in that plaee. One arm, an eye and a hkg were badly injured. Charles K. Leslie of the law firm of luruiett & Leslie of St. Johnsbury has been appointed referee in bankruptcy for the' St. Johnsbury district, to succeed Clinton 0. Krye, who haa been appoint ed municipal judge. always lived in Vermont, having been born in Walden and living in Hardwick hiiiKO her marriage. Her husband, Jo scph Mugoou, enlisted in the Civil war and for nine month Mrs. Magoon car ried on tho work of a 300-acro farm mi' aiiled. Mr. Mngoon whs wounded in the war und died in 18SU. A horse belonging to John Tarkhnrst of Hardwick was driven off the road or .wandered out of the road itself, went over a bank in that town into a brook and was drowned. The accident was not discovered until the next morning. T. L. Hunt, former road commissioner of White River Junction, has been ap pointed to hare full charge of the con struction of state highways for the towns of Hartford and Norwich, under supervision of the state highway depart ment. For 17 years Mr. Hunt had been road commissioner in the junction town. The work of transplanting the young trees in the state nursery in Towns hend wiU 1h begun shortly, Forester H. Raymond Paige having the matter in charge. J. gang of eight or 10 men will be" employed if possible. About two thirds of the pine and ash have been sold to individuals. The rest will be set out on the . Bald mountain state land for permanent growth. The spruce trees will be sent to- Burlington for another 3'car's growth in the nursery. All the trees have wintered well. Co. G. Ordered Disbanded. ,. fieneral order No. 0, issued from the oilice of Ailjt.-(!cn. Lee 8. Tillotson by command of (iov. (iates is ai follows: Company G, 1st .Infantry, stationed at Woodstock, is in accordance with the recommendation of the regimental coin niander here bv ordered to dislam to take effect April 11, ini.r), and the oflicers and enlisted men belonging to the organization will Im honorably discharged as of that (lite, excepting the company commander, who will be held in service pending the settlement of his accounts, and upon the satisfactory settlement of his accounts lie w ill be discharged. Maj. (ieorge h. Carpenter, ordnance, de partment property officer at the state arseifal, will proceed to Woodstock at tho earlipst practical date to be arranged between lnm and the commanding oln cer of Company tl, for the purpose of settling the property accounts pertain ing to that organization. Major Car penter will see that all public properties belonging to the organization are prop erly packed and shipped to the state ar senal at Montpelier. THOMPSON MADE DEFENDANT. Mrs. TCIiza Magoon was 01 'years old last Sunday and was the recipient of many remembrances at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. A. H. Smith, in Hard wick, where she resides. She wears no glasses except to read and until last fall kept house for her son, K. L. Magoon of Kant Hardwick. Mrs. Magoon lias CALIFORNIA THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL LARGE AMERICAN STEAMERS 17 DAYS $125 up PANAMA PACIFIC LINE 84 Stat Street. Bolton. r N. B. Ballard. Mi In Granit Building STOP AT REVERE HOUSE BOSTON Hot and cold water, lone diaUnea tele- &hone In every room. SO rooms with, sth.. Oullne and aarrfee unexcelled. 31.03 Par Day and Upward Montpelier Man Sued by Boston Con struction Company. Middlebury, April 17. Suit has been broryrht by the Boston Construction com pany of Boston, Mass., against Charles H. Thompson of Montpelier, returnable to the Washington county court, asking $10,000 damages for obtaining from the Construction company $3,050 since Jan uary 1, of this year by fraudulent rep resentations. In January and February, 1914, Mr. Thompson purchased an oil mill and water power privilege at East Middle bury and some lands on the Middlebury river in Middlebury and Ripton, and aft erwards conveyed the same to the Bread Loaf Mountain Power company, which proposed to build a high dam on the Mid dlebury river, and construct a hydro electric power plant capable of producing 100,000 horse power. It seems that Air. Thompson intended to organize a com pany with a very large, capital and the requisite capital was to be furnished by Boston parties. On February 19 last the Bread Loaf Mountain Power company re conveyed the property to Charles H. Thompson and on March 24, Amasa C. Gould, a lawyer of Boston, by bis at torney brought suit against the Broad 1-oaf Mountain Tower company and Mr. Thompson, asking $150,000 damages, which are not itemized or explained on the writ. On April 8, the Boston Con struction company, which was to build the dam and hydro-electric power plant, sued Mr. Tliompson in trespass on the To the California Expositions NATURE'S EXPOSITION ROUTE VIA THE CANADIAN ROCKIES takes you through America's Switzerland three mountain ranges in fact, exceeding many times in aize, in grandeur, and in number of imposing snow-capped peaks, those of the European Alps. Then, if the "Lure of the Mountains" impels you to break the Journey, at Banff, Lake Louise, Field, Glacier and Revelstoke are splendid hotels of Canadian Pacific Railway standard none better. Travel by the CANADIAN PACIFIC No Extra Cham for Stop-over Privilege Full description in the new 1915 Pacific Coast Touri older. Pitl(J F. R. PERRY fllaclar Oneral Agent Passenger Department Canadian Fauna Kail way At n ft. I 3fvKouvr s-rr$ "f " ' "I Profile of the Canadian rWfic Rout 1 j "Through the Canadian Rockies." I 332 Washington Street, Boaton Tenders for the Collection of Garbage, Waste Material and Ashes in the City of Bar re. The city of Harre by it health com ml I tee Invites tender (or the nrivlleue of rollevting garbaga in the rity of Hurra, said garbage to Include all awlll. kitchen relusa, veKi'UDIe and animal matters collection! to lie made throughout the whole city at leant twice each week during the months of May, June, July, August, Kel'trrnlier and October, and at leant once week during tha other months In the year. The collection mutt be mad in carta that will not spill or drip and that have a covered bot.y. Alio tendera for collecting within the city all provision can, botllea, tin, glaaa, waate paper and other matter or a similar nature, aid collection to be made at leaat once rh week. AIho tendera for collecting once each week all of the ashea within the city, All ah to be placed in can or boxes where they can be easily reached by the collector. All work to be done under the aupervl- ion of and to the satisfaction of the health committee. Tendera to be made for each prop osition separately, alio for all three jointly. nd marked "Garbage Tender," ent to the city clerk before April 27, 115. The city reserve the right to reject any or all tender. JOHN F. COOK, ' A. E. BRUCE, E. C. OLYSSON. Health Committee of the City of Barre. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ' ' J.J.DASHNER Real Estate Agent Aa I am aellinar a a nod lot of property, have to keep luting in order to have a good variety on my liat. NO. 2(50 I snt to talk with you about thla extra good property 221-acre farm, lay well, on good Htaire line road. 1 A mile from good villase : good graded achool ; easy drive to Barre: large euvnr place. Wall equipped; large amount ot aoft timber, plenty or hard wood to noli; about SO acre tillage: plenty of pasture; good, new houe, nicely finished, with bay windows : plenty of apring water i newer connection, furnace beat: net on a little rise from the road, on of the most traveled automobile roads in the country ; plenty of barn, baaement and shed room, and a good yard : the owner will sell 10 cows, heifers, 1 pair of fin matched steers, a few good calves, 5 hogs, a very good set of tools- mean good ones, and too numerous to men tion-all for $4,600. , 20tf . Real an tat owners now open your eyas, investigate, study and thus become wise. To the fact that Bishopric Wall Board is better than lath and plaster, saves 40 per cent, in construction, renders 100 per cent, in service. Any weather is good building weather when you use Bishoprie Wall Uoard and Sheathing. Bishopric Kooflng is self -protecting and requires no paint. It beats all other kinds of roofing that's made. And those who have tried it all aesm agree, it drives everything else away into the abed VI the elm or toe old apple tree. Fer 81 by J. T. CALLAGIIAN, 6o No. Main Street Barre, Vermont i 'frfSM'cS? THE ELECTRICAL ATTACHMENT rTrwnt s the a-tne t,f raae, mrnfnrt and rffirirTK-y. The moker, the iron and all tht enneni-nn rtmr!b-d elMtricsl!' I ghtrm the boa whopper's taoke. I jrht. b-at and are now b t ftx-raN-d by nat tin's irtt fotfnt and txix-firtal aprrtt 4"trH it y. BAKRE ELECTRIC CO. . 12 Kai SL Barre, Vt Warning for City Meeting The legal voters of the city of Barre, Vermont, are hereby notified to meet in the citv nail, cuv oi warre, i., on ThursdayApril 2!, 1015. at 7:30 o'clock, p. m., to tranwu-t the following btiHiness: First, to elect a moderator to preside at said meeting. Keeond, to nee whst salary the city will vote to pay the city clerk anil treasurer for his services the ensuing year. Third, to see what compensation the city will give the aldermen, auditors and assessors for their services the ensuing year. Fourth, to ree if the citv will vote to carry on the evening drawing school for another year. Fifth, if tho city votes to carry on the evening drawnur school another year, to see it the city will vote a spe rial tax lor its eimiMirt, and, if so, to determine the amount of such tax. Sixth, to do any other proper business. Hated at the city of Barre, t., this 16th day of April. A. I). I91.. FRANK. E. LAXGI.KY, Apr. 17-24-2 Msyor. case for obtaining cash advances by various false representations as to the ownership pf lands and flowape rights. Since 1907 many men and women have seen their investments cut or pass dividends. An annuity guarantees a fixed income for life. Nothing gives greater satisfaction. Write for information. National Lift- Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) S..S. Ballard general manager, Iwrence building Montpelier, Vt. ESTATE OF WILLIAM MARK Btste ef Ohio. City of Tnledn. Liv-ss County, s. Frank J. Cheney ninkes oath thnt be is senior fiartner of the firm of V. J. Cheney A Co., (lo ng business in the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, snd lost ssld Arm will pay the sum of ON" K HCNDRfclt IH'IJ,AHS f.,r esch snd every case of Corarrh tbnt cannot He cured by Uie us vt Unit's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. mENEY. 8 worn to before me and sntocrlhed in my presence, thla Oth day of L'm-emhfr. A. T)., ISSu. Seal. A. W. CI.EASON. Notary Public. HsII's ratarrn Cure It tssen Intornslly and acts dlrcf!y upon ihe Mm-d and muroun sur faces of the sjntem. hend for testimonlnls, free. , T. J. CIIENET & CO., Toledo, O. Sold t all rru-g!ts, 7.V. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. BUSINESS CARDS EDWIN W. KRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AlfD Concert 0PCHESTRA Dane tl Nelsea Street Talephen J0-M A HARD COLD 'a to eadde-a chafer la the t sm-t, eipneare en mt y raaa. if svYU'te4 snay leevt -f ine lar.g troaiaev Kff Isim f.l.nr m tlM ajsedtnste rsjpWmard aal Use fc-fr th al4 Vvtsp sou f-oimueiav, at roeeamilm ""tea. Sold -rry Aafrl. Auction Sale AT THE City Auction Market SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 15 at 2 and 7 p. m. One of the largest variety sales of the season: House hold poods, beds, bedding:. Jgs, dressers, chiffoniers, extension tables, kitchen ta bles, center tables, 3 feather beds, quilts, blankets sheets, pillows, pictures, clocks, Fewing machines, cribs and cradles, lot of crockery, l wardrobe, 1 cupboard, 1 mu-1 1 fic cabinet, organs piano. CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA 'Fersaerly Riley's) PROF. P. r. LANDI. Leader MUSIC FOR AI L OCCA SIONS LATEST AMI MOST POPULAR MUSIC J. r. and A. C CARROLL. Huaaneas Mansiers Telrphen Sit, Karre, Verasant State of Vermont, District of Wanhinfrton, as. The Honorable Probate Court for the thstrict Aforeaaid; To the heirs and all persons Interested In the estate of William Marr, late of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased, GREETING : WHEREAS, application hath been made to thia court, in writing, by the administrator. Oliver J. L. Matthews, praying" for licerwe and authority to sell all of real estate of said deceased, to wit: Situated In the city of Barrr, in said district, including the home stead riht and the interest of the widow therein, repreaontina : to said court that it would be beneficial to the heirs and all per sons interested in the eatate of said deceased, to sell aaid real estate and convert the same into money. And bringing into court the consent and approbation, in writing, of all the heirs to said estate residing in this stale, and setting forth the situation of the real eatate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the 22d day of April, 1915, at the probate ofKce in Montpelier, in said district, to hear and deride npon aaid application and petition, and ordered pub lic notice thereof to be given to all persons interested therein, by publishing said order. together with the time and place o! hearing, three weeks successively in the Harre Daily Tim, a ntmpaper which circulate in the neighborhood of those persons interested said an tale, all of " hirh publications shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby noli tied to appear before said court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in aaid court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. Oiven under my hand, at Montpelier, in aaid district, thia I'd day ot April, 191ft. i RANK J. MARTIN, judge. April S-1M7 UNITED STATES nostofflce. Barre. Vt. Of- ce of custodian. April 18. 1915. Sealed pro posals will be received at this building until 2 o clock p. m., April 23, 1915, and then opened, for furnishing electric current, ga. water, ice, and miscellaneous supplies, removing ashes and rubbish, and washing towels during the naval year ending June 80, 1916. Sealed proposal will also be received until 2 o'clock p. m., April H. 191S. and then opened, for 67 tons anthracite coal and 8 cords wood. The right to reject any and all bids is reaerved by the treasury department. Geo. W. Gorman, Custodian. 28t2 FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Time will publish Wants. Lost and Found, Kor Sale,. To Let, etc. ahort adver tisements at the rate of four line for twenty five cent for the first insertion and five cent for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOB SALE Opportunity of a Liiatim On thia 200-acre farm and within 20 rds. of house i R. R. station ; owner ia agent for R. R. and E. Co. : position goe with farm to man qualified to handle it: at nearby saw mill vaat amount of timber can be easily mar keted ; trout brook water pasture ; beautiful 2-tory lH-room house, running water. 140 ft. of piazza ; from summer boarders alone owner ha made small fortune; all furnishing in house are included, also pr. good horse, cows, IKJultry, farm tool and machinery: barn 44x 60 ; 60-ft. poultry house and 1 small one ; to settle affairs immediately, price is only Jo.fino, $1,500 cash, easy terms; picture, all details and traveling instructions for this and a farm of 175 acres equpped for only 11,300. see page 86. "Strout's Farm Catalogue, No. 88" ; write to-day for your free copy. E. A. St rout Farm Agency, Station 2729, 294 Washington street, Boston, Mass. NO. 281 It Is drawing near the time of year when people are planning summer pleas ures, such a bathing, boating, fishing etc.. and I would like to invite the public to inves tigate thi proposition ; a nice summer hotel, with 15-room house, situated near a nice body of water, with 1 "j mile shore right, on a good automobile road between Barre and Hardwick : the house Is In nice shape and ha all modern Improvements, including elec tric light, sewer connections, hot and cold water, bath, washbowl, and three telephone connection ; this place ia situated so that it gets four mail each day ; there is a small store that goes vith the house, and it also ha large, wide piazzas ; there ia also a nice danc ing pavilion and bandstand lighted by elec tricity; there is also plenty of never-failing spring water; with this property there i a good ice house, all filled, and a 140-acre farm, with lot of oft timber and plenty of hard wood ; about 80. acres tillage ; plenty of good pasture land and fruit orchard; there is a bam 48x62, with 13 stanchions and 23 horse stalls ; good basement and large, new shed to store automobiles ; large henhouse and silo ; there are also 15 boats that go with thi prop erty, and the house 1 partly furnished : any further inquiries regarding thi proposition, uch as price, etc., will be cheerfully given if you will call at my office or it you will write me regarding same. 20tf TO RENT TO RENT A pleasant front room ; modem convenience. Mr. George L. Morrl. (0 Averlll street. 28ti GARDEN LAND TO RENT for the season. Inquire of Mr. L. J. Mead or telephone 448-12. img TO RENT Two front rooms suitable for offices! corner of North Main and Granite avreei. Street. Apply at Creamery, 800 North Main lBStf FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET Kitchen Privilege if deaired. Inouira mt 1 Fnaneh street, first floor. Itf TO RENT T nu., t n m n, nn Omni street, with barn and carriagehouse, for email lamny; i yj miiH tnm Barre Cilty; terms moderate for the winter. Mr, Catherine Per. rin, box 72. R. F. D. No. 4. 184tf SMALL TKNEMFVT TO PtrVTTnlr. n Dr. O. G. Stlckney. Washington street. 28tf FOR SALE STORE FOR SALE Up-to-date general store, stock ard fixture for aale; call or write for description. J. A. Dodge, Walt River, Vt 28tl0 FOR SALE Cadillac (-Dasseneer automo bile, 1918 model, only run one aesson. with the best of care: reason for celling, sickneas. Call on Mrs. E. S. Spafford, 24 Patterson street; tel. S1S-M. 27t6 FOR SALE Horse and cowi. Merchant street , A. Tomasl, 26t6 FOR SALE-Registered Guernsey bull, 14 months old, a good one: also Sharpie sepa rator cheap W, J. Gilbertson, 827 North Main street. 25t6 FOR SALE Good driving or working horse, weight 960: gentle, and safe for anyone to drive anywhere; price low: want larger horse, reason for selling. J. G. Sheridan, Williams town, Vt. 24t8 FARM FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for good ronting property ; farms that will keep from 16 te 60 cows: good location. J. B. Stewart. Northfleld. Vt. 27U-6 MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANrNG. PRESS ING AND REPAIRrVO MOORE & OWENS IM Norta Mia Street Barre. Vermont DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL ArTD SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEIf OFFICE HOURS ; I to 4 P M. Tuaatday. Thursday and Saturday. Ala by Appoiatneat 14 aaa It Blaarhard BaUdbif I) IL LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OSr la 31. Mile RslldUf Caaa ESTATE Of FRED W. FA R.N H A M State of Vermont, District of Waahiiurton. as. The Honorable Probate Court for the Dis trict of Waahingloii: To all persons interested ia tbe estate of Fred W. r'amham, late of the city of Barre. in said district deceased, GREETING : At a probate court, holden at Montpelier within and for said district on the 16th day of April, 1913, an instrument purporting to be trie last will and teatament of r red W. rarnham. late of the city of Barre, in said district deceased, was presented to the court aforesaid, fur pn.bate. And it is ordered by aaid court that the 7th day of Mar. 1916, at the probate office In said Montpelier, be aaaigned for proving said Instrument : and that notice thereof be given to all persons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively ia the Barre Dally Time, a aewspaper circulating in that vicinity, in said d telnet previous te the time appointed. THKREKOKE. you are hereby entitled to ap pear before aaid court at Ui time and place aforesaid, and contest tbe probate of said will, if you have cause. Given under any hand at Montpelier. ia said district this lth day of April, 1V15. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge, April 17-24 May 1 HOME FOR SALE- My bouse, corner of Richardaon and Hill street : anyone wanting on of the beat house in Barre will do wall to Investigate; modern In every way. Frank McWhorter. 95tf NO. 22 I also have to offer 2 acres of land. just out of the city limits, and a nice imall cottage: good bam and a nice large henhouse; all building in very good shape : thi property is for sale at a very reasonable price and would make a good place for a teamster or any man that ha buHness In the city. 20tf NO. 268 Here is something for a good In vestment: large 8-tenement house with 16 rooms, centrally located : slate roof, garage. building in good condition, always rented : thi property must be sold and can be bought at the right price. I am in a position to furnish you good serv. ire in disposing of real estate, either by pri vate or auction sale. Call or write to J. J. DASHNER, Rooms 8, t. II, Howlsnd-Csr Bldg., Barr City, Vt Tel. Can. SALE OR RENT Cottage house; 6 room, bath, pantry, sleeping porch, gas. electricity, furnace heat: East atreet ; rent 318.00. 2"tf TKNEMKNT- Foster atreet: rent 3 00. 27tf TENEMENT Rranch street; rent $12. 27tf TENEMENT Berkley court: rent . 27tf SALE OR EXCHANGE-Fasra in Williams town. 27tf Telephone 314 I R. A. PHELPS CO. Miles Block FARM FOP SALE While the granite tie-up is on, come and look over the best farm propo sition in central Vermont; over 200 acres, with yearly income of 37,000 : milk route, 2 mile trip, 175 qts. daily, income yearly over $3,000; income from sugar orchard $300 to $AO0: applt orchard. $400 to $600; raspberries and blackberries. $400 to $800; poultry. $1,000 to $2,000 ; an iimi.erwe gravel pit on farm, all opened for us on highway ; estimated $4,000 worth ntanding hard and aoft wood ; can rent for $1,000 and taxes yearly; with milk boy in winter and n extra man in summer, you will have over $5 000 yearly income from the start I invite your inspection of farm and books: prce reasonable, r. C. Little, owner. Graniteville, Vt 25tf FOR SALE One Corn King tpreader. used but one season also one Studebaker wagon, lti-inch axle. C. S. Williams ft Son. R. D. No. 1, Williams town. Vt ; People 'phone. 25t6 FOR SALE One registered O. I. C. serv. Ice boar, and 1 registered O. I. C. sow, bred to registered boar. J. Berton Pike, tel. 10-20. Marshfield. Vt 17tf FOR 8ALE Top carriage, rubber tired; mud wagon. Cutler" Livery. F. N. Braley. 18tf FOR SALE Blacksmith shop and stock and tool : combined with woodwork shop and tool run by electric power. Ralph Whitehill, South Ryegate, Vt litZS FOR SALE No. 1 first-class hay. Drop a card to L. K. Averill, R. D. 2, or tel. T7-4. Barre. j.7tf FOR SALE A-No. ! n.aple wood: good measure guaranteed : delivered at once. Tele phone 476-1. Mrs. L. D. Gale, Williamstown. Vt 29tf POULTRY AND EGGS EGGS FOR HATCHING Columbian Wyan dotle. $1.00 per setting of 13. A. C. Moore. 49 Orange street: tel. 99-W. 28tf SOME SPRING SPECIALS! ANCONA EGGS FOR SETTING 5"e per 13; from extra good bying strain. Edw. J. Dion. 24 Brook street. 27t3 PINK TREE POULTRY HERALD won a best in competition with 28 poultry public- NO. SOI 40 ACRE WOOD LOT on the tions ; are you reading it? If not write for main mad: estimated 200,000 ft softwood sample copy and 26c coupon free. Herald. lumber and large amount of hard wood ; price, f 2.000.00; will include 250 run of blurkwood. 126 rorda 4-ft wood if sold at once; 3 mile to railroad and not far from Barr. 22tf NO. 909-80 ACRES: good building: P4 mile from villa and Iraa than 1 hour's drive box 2. Belfast Maine. 27t YOU CAN RAISE TL'RKEYSA woman who Is raising them by hundreds tells just -ow a nv-a it and how you can. in the Pine Tree Poultry Herald, beat poultry and pet from Barr City ; on of the most desirable stock paper in the world : sample copy and 26 coupon irev. aiwrmiw. otia 9, in i.mi, jqe. 4te omc r nome . , m it m i t t s. a, Meadey. Tuesday. Taaraday aad Trieste M. J. WHITCOMH LICENSED EMI1ALMER f all Aaewered Free!, Day or Mi-M Aa t'a-4e-Dt Asaaalawr In fee am Ilea EAST BARGE, VT. Telephone tta-i WILLIAMSTOWIt, VT. Telerkont jii-a PLA INFIELD NOTICE The aelertmen of ttie tow a of PlainfleJd will nwt on April at in a. m.. at the town rlerk a office, to consider the application ,f F.lmy F. Leavitt for a flflh-rlaa license to sail intmirattnaT li.iunr at his drug store, front room, in plainfield eiliare C. E. DAVIS. C. J. PAN. AW. B P. B Alt HFI.DFR. W. H. MAR! IN. W. A. MOOKK. relertmen. April . 113. Apr In. JT-24 I agrees ala fer ever 43 rear tall ta ewa stery. largest eeTlini treed at ! t tears la ta aarM. I artery, Msotrftcet. V H. one-man farms to be found ; augar place or 6A0 maples, equipped with nearly 400 bucket, iron arch, etc., all new; a good fruit or. chard: running water at house and barn; 80 ft barn with basement: 9-roora house; this is the kind not usually offered for aale; price, $3.00.00. 22tf NO. 91 1 SICKNESS : MUST SELL: is mak ing money, but is unable to do the work ; thia farm will appeal 'o anyone wanting a 26 to 3Wow farm : Atlds lay nearly level and pro duced nearly 1 tons of hay last year: sussr orchard of 1.600 maple, and good equipment of sugar tools; loo.OOO ft of soft wood, all ready to cut; 140 acre of land: extra good building ; barn is rlapboarded and painted ; baa basement and large silo; on of th best stable in towa ; house j bested by furnace and lighted by elertririty; motor for separator and grindstone ; larger one for work a here more power ss nea-ited : farm la partially storked, with 3 head of registered llolstein I cows, registered bull. 1 yearling heifer, rearia tered calf. 14 head of high grade Holstria row a, and heifer, a fine stork: 4 hoc, horse worth $.'60 00? Uiols are nearly new; naairly $.1. (ton oo worth of personal property: withia driving distance of Barre, near store, t !, etc.. etc.; price for all, .0o. 22tf NO. M1--ACRE FARM. 4H mile from Mftitpelier : lh, mile te West Berlin; level mac; extra good y-rnom house and harn : a inr place foi a ran who wants to work pal of the time ia toe stone sheds: farm aa partly storked and will he nld with payment of I.MMI.A to fnt,n (41 li'tf NO Hiwi THIRTY-ACRE FARM, with eenv foruhle t'liildmc. 3 mi!v f"om Harre and 3 from V illtamtnw ; will he sold, including 8 rows. hone, and UrA. for only O'O.Ofl. 2;tf NO 1 3O0-ACRE FARM, aWVed with f head; lM-ft barn, new; beet farm In tf ACRES, n heed of stork. Studebaker Wagons Last a Lifetime W have them now in stock in one and two-horse Farm Wagon and Trucks, with ow. medium and high wheels. DELIVERY AND EXPRESS WAGONS TWO-SEATERS CONCORDS ROAD WAGONS BUGGIES CARRIAGES AND ROAD CARTS. Studebaker Double Farm Harness, Guaranteed, $42.75 Single Driving Harness, $12 up COME AMD SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange County and New England Telephone Good Low Price Vehicles In addition to our regular Studebaker vehi cle, we have in stock a line of guaranteed Wagons, new 1913 styles, that are wonderful values, at very low price: Road Wagons from $40 to $60 Two-Seaters $48 to $68 Handy Expresses.. . .$42 to $60 Road Carts $14 to $20 It will pay you well to compar our quality and prices. COME AND SEE. EGGS FROM ROPE COMB WHITE LEG HORNS, prise stock : 4 prisea from 8 entries at Montnelier laat winter: 1st ren. 81 00 for 13 A oc fo 1L F. Rnpk. Fut Ram. I Vt Z6t8 A. W. ALLEN CO. Orang Cranty and Stm England Telephone PLOWS AND HARROWS Walking Plow Sulky Plow Wheel Harrawa Islasay Harrows Springteeth Hrrw EGGS FOR FETTING Thoroughbred Whit Renairs for All Kiae. .f I'l.wa and R.rrewa 1-eenoma ana tiniia iirpingiona, ai voe a set- I. Man 8lk sl i li r4ifta fing oi 10. r m. naoin, lei. eeo-i, m Vt 2:u43. WHITE WYANDOTTE F:GG8-A limited number of setting from my pen a they run, inciudinr my prise winner, at $1.00 for 13. W. A. Drew, St Averill atreet tel. I3&-M. 3t2 fer $I8. and See A. W. ALLEN CO. INDIAN R1TCXER DUCK EGGS-31.00 per setting ot 11 Telephone 111-11. Barre. 2t 8. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS- Ers for hatch, fne : 4 pens mated from the 1st prise pea at White River Jet 114: 1st and 2d pen at Montpelier 1913. J. V. Corski. lvt-' EGGS THAT HATCH - Rnrk. Rede. Orpinr. torvs. Wrandottae, Is-horns. 36 for $1 ; 83 te $4 for 100: habr chicks alive. e to 1 each; ai-reka-old chirks, tie each. R. GibSnn. Mt Holly. N. . 13tT4 Orange Ceanty and New England Telepheae E5G FOR lltTCHING-Single Comb R I. Rerle. H. W. Ranhnm steam. $1 o per eettine: Austin strain. 3e : aatiafertton guaranteed E D. F.alev. South Ryegate, Vt I Blue Mt 'phone 1S-112. 16t. THOROUGHBRED WHITE WT S.NPOTTE FGt.S for hatch ng- f I 00 per 13: if hy parcel fwt $1 30 per 1$; gnnd winter larera. E. M hit. 17 Upland avenue. Tel 317-2. 13tf COLTON SELLS Dump Carts, Heavy Lilley Style Two-Horse Wagons, Light Lilley Stylo Two-Horse Wagons, One Horse Lilley Style Wagons. We also have Dutch Gear Wagons, if you want them. Farm Trucks with 4-inch tires. COLTON STATE STREET MONTPELIER FC.GS rROM It I RED rRI7. 5TO K 31 0 for 18 at honee ; hy eaprees, 81 3 for 13 : modern hara. 3ot,,0M) ft. lumber, and a asark j apersal nnr by the hundred. A P. Abbott fttt more hard ed ; near ly 33.0OO in peiwonaij J2tf r;r.S rYVR fill ING -Th rnwrd Celnm- Vermont Real Estate and Insurance Co, $2-VnorJ-$2 Green I lard and Soft Wood Slabs delivered from the car for only $2 a load Arthur $, Mirtin Tr -. r-A . 13-13. , r It pa;s ranpe and plate, oil 0 stove, ranpe. I Franklin!" ftove, lot of croc-eric?, io?1 lin. revolvers, whip. rar-il j mcntfs Sale powitve, at the City Auction Market, Harre, Vt. noom X JaLon I!k. Phone 205 4 A L ea pi 4V4r3a-,4 Ta eV Montpelier, Vt. Main Street Baiter. teL fa-W. HELP WANTED - j . , . . , - .i-, inn snw ewnn nea, aw wrr wnimm. r w rrr ol4 rn II months h f iwa. are are la j r-ilos te ear yrm a fne last te rhanaa front : jail ,.. all prira, naanr aa ear, eeer Serena. jOWaia snore reniralar rearard na than. Nn Mi lstr lnl farm itiMlted arrtht 11. 1 .J h.n.1,1. 11. atilM la nilnai ..j n iknri.. ! aVAVTTT - Man ew 3 rears 4d t- tr.4 ,, . r -m fur ax tra rr m4 all twmm-r. a.-T fmovome lard. e.r rr..rd th-e ens !.-. ""'"' '"' m band nf Kurt and Umm and as-ill n a head tia taa'ae : aaet reair meaieed i' la w4 har. iw Kia eJ err tee. 1te hm rnn. 1 " " I ., he --.-: be ta aitrd and nW hliM - 3i fhe-e s an , r! eo, errt rf ! 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