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THE IMRRK DAILY TIMES, RARRE, VT.. MONDAY, MAY 8. 1015.
'7 V ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTWUC8T PROM tPPBRBNl iECTIONB Mr. Margrry Nutting haa a. Johnsonia lily in bloom at Iter liorae in Now !! von, the bulb of which la 27 year old. Rev. B. J. H. Shaw left Lunenburg last week, where lie haa been pastor of the Congregational church, for l'iermout, N. H., hii new pastorate. MANY USES FOR HONEY. Wallace W. Nichols of Rutland haa presented a boll to the Union church of (South Wallingford In memory of his par ent!, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Nicholu, wliosn home was for many years in that place, They are now deceased. The British steamer Strathgyle, the fourth Belgian relief ship to sail from Boston, carried on board, as part of its cargo of relief supplies, fi6 cases of food stuffs, donated by the Vermont relief , committees. , A. W, Woodworth, aged 04 years, was one of the most Interested visitors at. the automobile show in Burlington last week, and drove his own car from his home in Enosburg Falls to Burlington. He appears not over 80 years of age and steps off as lightly as men many years his junior." The first bone grafting operation ever performed in Brattleboro, and perhaps in the state, was successfully accom plished by Dr. George R. Anderson re cently at the Brattleboro Memorial hos pital. A section trom the small Done of the lower leg was grafted to the spinal column, from which a piece of diseased bone had to be removed. The patient, who was a woman; seems in a very satisfactory condition. WANDERING IN. LOWELL. Inquiry Made in Vermont About Stranger in Hospital. Lowell, Mass., May 3. An unidentified man is under care at the Chelmsford street 'hospital and inquiry has been made about him in White River Junc tion and Topsham, Vt. He is about 45 years old and fairly well dressed. He had in his clothing a Watch and chain and $37 in cash. He was found wandering on the streets heri?. by Patrolman Conway and sent to the police station. He gave the name of Kugene S. McKenna and Eugene Scan Ian, and said he lived with his foster father, whose name is Frost. MEMORIAL TO PROF. GOODRICH. At Founder's Day Observance at Uni versity of Vermont. Burlington, May 3. Founder's day was observed at the University of Ver mont with appropriate exercises Satur day in the gynasium. There was the usual large attendance of alumni, friends and college students. President Benton presided, there was music by the college choir and devotional exercises by Prof. : 8. F. Emerson. The occasion was made an opportunity to recognise the life and services of the late Prof. John E. Goodrich through whose effort . Founder's day was first observed 20 years ago. The orator of the day was Prof. George H. Perkins, who spoke upon the devel opment of the college during the period of the life of Professor Goodrich. The speaker gave a comprehensive survey of the university history during this period and interspersed the historical data with interesting personal reminiscence of Professor. Goodrich and bis long time association. Of tha papers presented by the under graduates. Morris R. Wileo of George ville. P. Q., lfll", took for his subject, "John Ellisworth Goodrich." who insti tuted Founder's day and Wesley Alba Pturges of Underhill. 1915, spoke on "Col lege Life." The following men were elected to membership in the Boulder society! H. A. Mack, Wesley Abell. Paul Ransom, Carl Bloomer. Marine Wilco. Norman William. W. F. Gallagher, A. I). Seaver and E. F. Tike. - Previous to the eeircises there was hand concert on the campus and bat talion parade. And It Hai Some Advantaged Over Sugar. Various ways in which the housewife can iihc honey to advantage are suggest ed in a new publication of the United States department of agriculture Farm ers' bulletin 853, "Honey and Its Uses in the Home." In this country honey has hitherto not been in as common use as in Europe, especially in cookery. It is, however, a comparatively simple mat ter to substitute it, in many recipe for common sugar or for molusscs, and when this is done the resulting flavor is often both novel and agreeable. One of the greatest advantages in the use of honey is that cakes made with it will keep much longer than those made with sugar. A honey cake made with butter, lor instance, will keep its qual ity until the butter grows rancid, and one made without butter will keep fresh for months. For this reason honey is especially useful in recipe that call for no butter. Icing made with honey has the same advantage, and some icing made in the experimental laboratory of the department of agriculture was found at the end of 10 months to be as soft and in as good condition as when it was first made. The experiments conducted by the de partment indicate that many of the in structions in the old cookbooks for the preparation of honey are unnecessarily eNfborate. For example, it used to be thought that honey had to be brought to the boiling point and then skimmed and cooled. Since honey is extremely likely to boil over, this process requires great care. Experiments showed, how ever, that it appears to be quite unneces sary, and it is probable that the notion arose at a time when ordinary commer cial honey contained more impurities than at present. . Similarly, the older recipes say that the dough should be kept at least one day before the soda is added. Iso evidence to support this theory was found by the investigators. On the other hand, however, they did discover that dough containing honey can be more easily kneaded if allowed to stand for several days. Again, the use of "potash" is recommended in most of the recipes in foreign cookbooks as a means of raising the dough. The prop erties of potash are quite similar to or dinary baking soda, and there seems no reason why the latter should not do just as well. Baking soda is a common kitchen commodity in America, and po tassium bicarbonate the potash of the cookery book is almost unknown for household purposes. As a matter of fact, a little experience will enable any com petent cook to substitute honey sue cesnfully for sugar in bread, cake, pre served fruits, sauces, and candies. It is safe to estimate that a cupful of honey will sweeten a dish about as much as a cupful of sugar, but since honey con tains water in addition, there is less need for milk or other liquids. For prac tical purposes it is accurate enough to consider that for each cupful of honey a quarter of a cupful is added to the re- i cine. If these facts are kept in minu HIS "AD" LANDS A BRIDE. Oregon Man Take Connecticut Girl Back To His Sheep. WiiiHted. Conn.. Mav 3. Anton Van Schweik, aired 37, and his bride, Rosa Warren. 22. are sneedins auross the eon tinent on their way to the bridegroom's sheep ranch in Oregon, following their marriage bv Rev. ('. K. Roberts, rector of St. .lumes' liurcli in Ktmiiington. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warren of rarnnngton, an swered a matrimonial advertisement. I.'vt-titimlly photographs were exchanged and the advertiser, Mr. Van Schweck. came East a few days ago and met .Miss Warren for the tlrst time. The next day they obtained a marriage li cense. Vun Schweck's ranch is in the wilds of Oregon, which can be reached only on horseback over trails. Auction Sale OF Real Estate and Personal Property ! On account of the death of my wife, I have decided to sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Thursday. May 6th at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises where 1 now live in J South Washington, four miles from Chel- j sea, five miles irom wasningxon ana three miles to Corinth, the following described real estate and personal prop ertys MY HOME FARM known as the Kennedy farm, containing about 120 acres of land, equally divided into tillage, pasture and woodland; til laae land lavs well and is productive! there is quite a quantity of softwoods lumber; two new barns one 18x24 It., and one 36x24 ft. House is in comfort able condition; about one-half mile from school. This is a good comfortable home for any one wanting a one man proposition. Personal Property consists of one pair of oxen, seven years old, very handy, weight about 3,000 lbs.; one 10-months old heifer calf, a dandy; 14 hens; 1 horse, weight about 1,000 lbs., a good worker; 1 Osborne mowing machine; 1 horse rake; cultivator; ex press wagon; lumber wagon; harrow; plow; work harness; ox yokes; a lot of iron pipe, one-half inch; 4 chains; whiffletrees; neck yokes; bars; eveners; etc., etc., etc. DeLeval cream separator; 200 soft wood logs; about 20 run of wood and a lot of other articles not men tioned. Household Furniture Auction Sale special honey recipes are unnecessary. FERTILIZER IMPORTATIONS. MARCH EXPORTS SHOW GAIN OF $109,002,618 Most Marked Increase I in Hones and Mulea Import Are Still Off. Wahinirton, May 3. Import for March. 1S15. amounted to ljR55.304 in March. 19U. Eiports for Majrh mounted to t2KMlJk:i, compared with ll7.4!H.234 in March. 1914. according to the department of tommfnt state lent lfu-d yestcrdav. j Following is the analyai h the de partment: I Import Ond wisteria! for in tnenufarturiiif. March. 19)4. flU.VVlll.l mm .a red stilt) ..n3,1.(CS in March, 11; foodstuffs in mi'V condition anil forvi animal. 9 -1 .( -" rrnired with v2.feV4 .5I; fmnMuffa frtly or l,Mr vnanii'aftnred. tUJX).'&. omiparH rtli 12,r!S,5Ml; fnaniiferturea fnr fny- ! ! l-r tie in wieniifertMrmg. fW.2 ", ". ' eTnpared nith tl.Z33.'7; fei.u'c-! tur-s ft-adr fr mMitiPrtum, "l.l 1 ,CT. f rwr-pare-d 1 22' wi-!'.a w ft. fl.f-4! .'. en-i-pered w.th 91 .474.- ' TJI. I trn te t-t"rU f r in ar;uf "tiiKr. M'f V 1J4. $.V.J lt4. wpt"fj n.th $c. 17 4J in Marrh, !fIS; frevMoT. ilK-ivd'-le? 1nn4 an.Rete. ft.! "32, mniTr& wh ;, J. 0"n. ?wv)iuf. pan r or nboPr wiami'ar !umd. J2.P5M""V (-s.tN tb .;. -f.iS; mam ?!" fir fl.-T . In w o' !, f T2 Vi !. rowpa-v-f tta f ?.T. TJ; nnij ' rear fr rnmK, i.t.T' f.'t. .e---d w?t!i ". Ml; w ''. . rmt-4 ik V7.v: fw. tr-k ! Iivr t t'- wTtfe Vf. U In t rtrm no!) th is in i nnfUlms r !" t tw 4 r ! A tnuW I fl atjs .' Th 1 Hint . itsf 4'- nw-if ''3M r rA t stf""ta "T VV lt. r 3 iu 2SJM,. f .- !. 1lT'f t ? , ." V. , arn,. '- fll W, . .! " ' ; . ' r!rt is M- Ip:. Valued at Over 30,000,000 in 1914, Says Geological Survey. The shortage of potash salts in the United States in 1914 was further ac centuated by the German embargo on exKrt at the end of January, 1015. In spite of the interruptions to the normal trade in potash aalts, the imports of salts profier in 1914 amounted to 45, 818.4, pounds, valued at H.74.1,073, ac cording to a statement by W. C. I'halen, just made public' by the I'nited States Geological Purvey. These figures rep resent a decrease in quantity and value amounting to 21 per cent, and 19 per cent., respectively, compared with 191.1. These figures, however, do not represent the total imports of potash salts. There should be added the quantity and value of kainite and manure salt imported, amounting in 1914 to 42,887 tons, val ued at 3i07)0fl, making a total impor tation during the year valued at 1 2.1 41,- :.tt3, compared with 15,Z41.1.2 in 1913-a decrease amounting to 3,0!'9,5W9 or ap proximately 20 per rent. l'ot ash salt constitute only one of several fertilizers imported. Bone dust, calcium ry ana mid or lime nitrogen, gua no, baaie slag, and other material used for manure are also brought in. The total quantity of these materials in cluding kainite and manure salts import ed in 1914 was 7fit.fM long ton, valued at 9.921.439. In addition to the above importations, sodium nitrate valued at IS.2fM.M9 came into this country from foreign land, thus bringing the total Chairs, tables, beds and bedding, 1 new Singer sewing machine, table and bed linen, a lot of dishes, kitchen and glaRS ware, etc., etc. All to be sold without reserve or limit and for the reason above stated, as I am breaking up my home and have no use for the property. Sale positive. Lunch at noon. Thurs day, Mav 8th, 1915, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. ROBERT JOHNSON, Owner. D. A. PERRY Auctioneer, Barre, Vt OF Registered and High-Grade HOLSTEIN STOCK As I have leased my farm to a man who furnishes stock, 1 will sell at publio auction at my farm in MarshhYld, situ ated 2Va miles from Fast Calais and 2 miles from Marshllcld village, on THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1915 at 10 o'clock sharp in the forenoon ALL OF MY DAIRY consixting or EIGHT HIGH-GRADE HOLSTEIN COWS, all young and cood size; 4 are fresh, 1 to freshen within HO days, 3 to freshen in early fall, which are bred to Karel Ilos Pe Kol fith; 1 18-months-old registered bull, named Ka rel Bos De Kol Sth, No. 1240H0 H. F. II. Ii. ; this bull is from some of the best breeding in the world, being a grandson of the famous Imported bull Karel Bos De Kol 2d ; 1 nice large yearling heifer, 15-10 Holstcin; 3 heifer calves; 1 bull calf. This is a nice slick, clean lot of cattle, all in tho best condition. Anyone who wants some nice stock will certainly uo well to attend this sale. ELEVEN SHEEP AND LAMBS, 3-year-old registered Shropshire ram of quality, just wliat you want to head a large nock of sheep; 2 registered Shrop shire ewes with lumbs, 4 grade ewes, 2 have lambs. TWO HORSES, 1 horse, 14 years old, 1 mare 12 years old. These horses are all right to work or to drive. FARMING TOOLS 1 large 2-horse lumber wagon with box body, deck and spring seat; 1 top buggy, 1 open buggy, 1 sleigh, 1 horse hoe, 1 single work har ness, 1 breast-plate harness, some furni ture, consisting of 1 couch, 1 set bed springs and mattress. Other articles too numerous to mention. Sale positive, rain or shine. lerms, cash or bank papers. HOWARD E. TANNER, Owner, VERNE HUDSON, Auctioneer. ESTATE OF IX'TtlERA J. COLLINS Stl of Vormont. District of Wuhlnvton, as. Tha Honimbla Probata Court for tb Pia trie l of VViuhtnirtiin i To all panoiM interMtad In th tat of I.ulhcra j. Collliu. M of th Inwn nf llrre, In td dwtrict, uerd, URKKTINU i At a prohal rourt, holdon at Montiwllr, within and for Id dlvtrirt. on th lit day tit My, 1915, an initrumrnt iun"-tln to b tn lt will and tiaummil nf l.ulhera J. t.l- Una. 1st of th town of lUrre, in ld dU- trii-t, d-itd. wu nmtented ta th court aforniKld, for prolwt. And It I ordird b aald rourt that tha 2 lilt diir of May. 1416. at th bro bat ottlr In said MontiMtllrr, b uivnd for ni-ovinif ld Initrumrnt. and that nolle theranf b given to all nraona eon- evrnrd, by ubluhinrf thi order thrr weeks atircMMively tn the Parr Pally Timra, a nmvapapor elrculatinir in that vicinity. In said district, prcvlnu tn th tlm appointed. THEREFORE, you ar hrby notified to appear before aald rourt, at th tlm and plan a fomaid, and contest tha probata of aald will, ir you nave rau. Given under my hand at Montpllr, la mul a.ntinui, FRANK J. MARTIN. Judc. ,Mjf J-10-1T iFOUR LINES FOR 25c Th Time will publiih Want. Lot and Found, For Sale,, To Lot, etr. ehort adver tleementa at th rat of four tinea for twenty fly eanta for th first ineortion and B cent for eneh subsequent ineertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE J. J. DASHNER Real Estate Agent T am tllitv a-nnd lot of DrOMrtT, hav to keep littlna In order to have a good variety on my liata. NO. HO I want to talk with you about thi antra food property I 25-eer farm, lay well, on rood iter line road, ltt mile from food vlllaset a nod graded aehool t eaay drive to Barret lara eorar place, well equtppea; lara amount ot anft timber, plenty of hard wood to aelli absut (0 aerea tillaa-; plenty of paature; rood, new home, nleely nnunea, with bay wlndowat plenty of aprlna- water; ewer connection, furnace heat! aeta on a little ria from tha road, one of the moat traveled automobile mad In th country ; plenty of barn, baaement and ahed room, and a rood yard : tn owner will aell 10 cows, a heifer. 1 nalr of fine matched teen, a few ood calvea, 6 hoc, a very good let of tools I mean rood one, and too numerous to men tionall for $4,500. tOti REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Or would exchange for farm th MarahHeld hotel. Well equipped and do ing irorKi btnlneaa. Address C. B. alayton, Prop., Marshfleld, Vt S9tf BUSINESS CARDS EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND Concert ORCHESTRA Dance tl Nelson Street Telephone 10J-M CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA 'Formerly Riley's) PROF. P. F. LAXDI, Leader MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA- SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC F. and A. C. CARROLL. Bnatnens Managers leiepnone sit. nsrre, Vermont FARM FOR SALE rood renting property i from 1 5 to SO cows ; Stewart. Northfield, Vt. OR EXCHANGE for farms that will keep good location. J. B. 7t26 SALE OR RENT Cottasre house. 6 hnth, pantry, sleeping porch, gas. eleetricity. furnre heat: Est street; rent. 118.00. 27tf TENEMENT Foster street; rent. .00. 27tf TENEMENT Branch atreet; rent. 112. 27tf TENEMENT Berkley court; rent, 19. 27tf SALE OR EXCHANGE Farm in WUIiams- town. 27tf Tlephone S14-2 H. A.' PHELPS CO. Miles Block SOME SPRING SPECIALS MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING, PRESS ING AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 122 North Main Street Bam, Vermont The City Auction Market is the place where you can convert goods you do not need into cash. Bring them in at once. Auction Sale on Saturday at 2 and 7 p. m. 0. H. HALE, iHSE value of Import deaijrnated gbov up I J tn 3.1,Mi?.0M. j I JEWELRY Fringe Albert t jrfea)saal0w ssiaoJec Jaa M sa Jtsass ftp e rail p asgarwraa. It a great I ftpmf ew. f i Wlro YOU want a pleca f Jewelry, coma U n4 out iplendid fliapUy. n DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS; 2 to 4 P. M. Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Also by Appointment 14 and II Blanchard Balldlng Telephone U DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OBre tn Rosea tl. Miles BalkBng Teiephen Cennertiea Omcr HOURS ; l. ntoltm. nd 1 SO to t p. a, Monday. Tuesday, Thursday ana Fnday M. J. WHITCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Calls Answered Promptly. Day r Night An t'p-t-Dt Assbalanr In Cennertlen EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone tio-i WILLIAMSTOWN, VT.Telephon 381- NO. yOl 40 ACRE WOOD LOT on the main road : estimated 200.000 ft. softwood lumber and large amount of hard wood ; price, 12.000.00; will include 2S0 run of blockwood. 128 cords 4-ft. wood if sold at once; S mile to railroad and not far from Barre. 22tf NO. 90980 ACRES ; good buildings; 114 milea from villsge and less than 1 hour's drive from Barre City ; on of the moat desirable one-man farms to be found ; sugar place of S00 maples, equipped with nearly 400 buckets. iron arch. etc.. all new : a good fruit or chard ; running water at house and barn ; 60 ft. barn with basement; 9-room house; this is the kind not usually offered for aale; price, $3,800.00. 22tf NO. Jit SICKNESS : MUST SELL: Is mak ing money, but b unable to do the work ; this farm will appeal to anyone wanting a 25 to 30-cow farm ; fltids lay nearly level and pro duced nearly 90 tons of hay last year; sugar orchard of 1.400 maples, and good equipment of sugar tools ; 100,000 ft. of soft wood, all ready to cut; 140 ecrea pf land; extra good buildtmrs : bam la clanbosrded and painted : has basement and iarge silo: on of th best stables In town : house is 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 6 head of registered Holstein cows, registered bull, 1 yearling beifer, regis tered calf. 14 head of high grade Holstein cows, and heifers, a fine stock; 4 hogs, horse worth 1260.00 tools are nearly new ; nearly 13.000.00 worth of personal property ; within driving distance of Barre, near stores, cream ery, etc., etc. ; price for all. 28,000. 22tf NO. 931 0-ACRE FARM. 4ty milea from Montpelier; m milea to West Berlin; level road ; extra good 9-room house and barn ; a ne place for a rr.an who wants to work part of the time in tne stone sheds ; farm is partly stocked and will be sold with payment of $500.00 to fSOO.OO down. I2tf NO. 930 THIRTY-ACRE FARM, m-lth com fortable buildings. B milea from Barre and S from William town : will be sold, including I rowa. horse, and tools, for only $900.00. 22tf NO. 91 00-ACRE FARM, storked with 125 head ; 160-ft. barn, new ; beat farm In town. 22tf 400 ACRES, 50 head of stork. honww. modern barn. 50U.000 ft. lumber, and as much more hard wood ; nearly 16,000.00 in personal property. 2-'tf Although w have sold nearly double the value tn farms during the past year that we have ever sold in 12 months before, we arc In position to offer you a fine list to choose from; all sties, all prices, many on very easy terms. Obtain more particulars regarding these. NO. 802 Large stsirk farm situated within 4 miles of Itsrre City t l1 milea to railroad tut ion and very handy to 2 other thriving small village : con. tots of about 200 acres of very prodcutive land : augar orchard of 6O0 maple, plenty of fruit; place will winter 50 d of stork and bsm and will keep an heed NO. 251 It la drawing near th tlm of yaar when People are planning summer pleas such aa bathing, boating, fishing ate.. and I would Ilk to invite th publio to Invea tbraie this proposition : a nice summer hotel, with IB-room house, situated near a nice body of water, with 1 milea shore rights, on a good automobile road between Barre and Hardwick ; the house la in nice shape and haa all modern Improvements, including elec tric lights, sewer connections, hot and cold water, bath, waahhowl, and three telephone connections ; this place Is situated so that it get four mails each day; there Is a small store that goes vith the house, and It also has large, wide piassaa ; there la also a nice danc ing pavilion and bandstand lighted by elec tricity; there la also plenty of never-falling spring water; with this property there la a good Ice house, all filled, and a 140-acre farm, with lots of soft timber and plenty of hard wood; about 10 acres tillage; plenty of good pasture land and fruit orchard: there is a barn 48x52, with IS stanchions and 23 horse TO RENT TO RENT (-room flat with bathroom! tea gaa ranae; steam-heated. Corner No. Mala and Seminary si reel. 0. A. Una, telephone connection. 40tJ JhL K7A". up-to-data etoneehed tor. stilt Is daily, abundant nor ! .wiA k.i .11 dally, abundant power, air and help all uu.,,, ruu partcuiaire from Hooker A Bon, St, John. bury, Vt. I7t .Z .RENTf'v rooms, pantry. woodsh4 and cellar 1 sull for horse; these rooms have been newly papered ; haa gaa Hants and range Prtng and eitv water; 8-room tenement on H .7- InQu'r t 95 East street. N. E. Phone 173-12. J. N. McLellan. lt6tf TO RENT A pleasant front room 1 modern Averlll street . ggtf TO RENT Tm f . . ...i.-vi. t-- "I!?' "r of North Main and Granite streets. ApdI at Cream.i-v ann u.i street. FURNISHttn pnmii m 1 rn vi.-u Privileges if dlraL Innnlra at T V street, first floor. ltf TO RENT Lower r... street, with barn and earrlagehouse. for small family 1 1U miles from Barre Ciltyt term moderate for the winter. Mr. Catherine Per- rin, box 72. R. F. D. No. 4. llt SMALL TENEMENT Tf PirvrT ,l . Dr. O. G. Stickner. Waahlnetoa street. 28tf FOR SALE FOR SALE A dumn cart, a t.w.hor wagon, and pair of work harnesses. Apply to E. A. Cutler, R. F. D. 4. Barre; N. E. tel. 517-6. i'iin with shafts ; nearly new, been run not over 100 miles; coat 1115. will sell chain. F. P Tn... aend, East Montpelier; N. E. telephone. 3t6 STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOB aai.s- Fimt-class plants of 8 of the best varieties. stalls; good basement and large, new shed to s.l,, n,,ni.r K l 1 ' J ,, 1 ,.v ..' store automobiles; large henhouse and silo : .nd'or hnri' Mmi,0 th ? I1 1 th"' f rth, 15 Pt WU1 Umsto'wn? VL "0 1." erty. and the house la partly furnished ; any ,uv further Inquiries regarding this proposition, such aa price, etc., will be cheerfully given if you will call at my office or if you will write me regarding same- 20tf NO. 252 I also have to offer t acres of land. just out of the city limits, and a nice small cottage; good bam and a nice large henhouse; all buildings Ir. very good shape : this property Is for sale at a very reasonable price and would make a good place for a teamster or any man that haa business in the city. 0tf NO. 253 Her Is something for a good In vestment ; large 8-tenement house with 16 rooms, centrally located : slate roof, garage, buildings In good condition, always rented : this property must be sold and can be bought at the right price. I am In a position to furnish you good serv ice in disposing of real estate, either by pri vate or auction sale. Call or writ' to J. J. DASHNER. Rooms (, 9, 10, Howlsnd-Csr Bid., Barre City, Vt-TeL Cen. rOR SALE A few bushels of Irish Cobbler seed Botatota. Thad T. Martin, R. D. 2; tol. 386-21. 9t3 SEED POTATOES Our early pole toes are all sold but we hav a few bushels of late ones left. We have Gold Coin and "Cumming's Beat." which yielded at the rate of 425 bu. marketable potatoes per acre. Why not buy the best at only 60c per bu.? POULTRY AND EGGS Tel. 489-M J. A. CUMMING Barre, Vt. FOR SALE All kind of wood. Including dry block wood, green block wood, limb wood, chunks; dry block wood at $2.66, green block wood at $2.50. limb wood and chunks $2.25, delivered ; 4 cords to a load ; terms, cash ; writ or 'phone William L. Hanna, Orange Center. Vt, gstf FOR SALE A few strawberry plants of the following varieties: U. 8. King Edward; First Quality ; Highland ; Sample : Senator Dunlap : at $1.00 per hundred ; mixed planta from the above varieties, $3.60 per thousand ; call or writ. Charles F. Ayer, B, D. 2. Barre, Vt 9t6 FOR 8ALE Good Barred Plymouth Rock, R. I. Rod hens, yearling cockerels. White Indi an Runner ducks. 2 portable henhouses. W. H. L. Hood, Corinth, Vt. 87t6 BLACK ORPINGTON EGGS for hstrhlng, from our beet laying strain of prite-winners ; sure of large and hardy chicks ; $1.00 per setting of 15. D. A. Perry & Son, Mont pelier road, tel. 199-J. 8H12 EGGS FOR SETTING Thoroughbred White Leghorn and White Orpingtons, at 76a a set ting of 15. F M. Sabin, tel. 885-12, Barre. Vt. 23t4S . WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS A limited number of settings from my pens aa they run. Including my prite winners, at $1.00 for 13. W. A. Drew, 2t Averill street, tel. 185-M. 23t2 8. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Eggs for hatch ing : 4 pens mated from the 1st prise pen at White River Jet. 1914 ; 1st and 2d pens at Montpelier 1915. J. P. Conkie. 19t2 THOROUGHBRED WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS for hatching $1.00 per 15; if by parcel post. $1.60 per 16 : good winter layers. E. M. White. 27 Upland venue Tel. 317-2. 13tf FOR SALE A 8-ver-oM Jersev hull emnrf. son of Hood Farm Pogia No. 9 : eligible to renstry. Inquire or A. E. Smith, Plainfleld. Vt. ; Orange County 'phone. 39t6 HOME-GROWN STRAWBERRY PLANTS First-class mixed planta, freshly dug when you want them, at $3.00 per thousand. 4Uc per hundred. Chas. M. Howe, Beckley Hill, 'phone 307-6. . 37t6 FOR SALE 15 good work horses ; good age and in good flesh ; weigh from 1,200 to 1,600 lbs. each. MUler-Ayers Lumber Co., Groton Pond, Vt, $7tS SEED OATS AND BARLEY FOR SALE Fred P. Gale. 87t FOR SALE Lodging house, centrally lo. eated: good paying proposition; only reason for selling, owner leaving eity. Address "L.," Times office. J7t6 FOR SALE $5,000.00 will put you In an established retail monumental business ; full equipment, including pneumatic tools and pol ishing machine: building 24x84 and L 115x20; this is the beat time of the year to ret ac quainted whh th trade. Address "Central New York." car. Barre Time. . S6tl6 EGGS FROM R. I. RED PRIZE STOCK $1.00 for 18 at house: by express. $1.60 for 16: speclsJ price by the hundred. A. P. Abbott. 6tf EGGS FOR SETTING Thoroughbred Colum bian and Silver-Laced and White Wyandotte. and Rhode Island Reds ; 0c per setting. F. K. Bailer, tel. 855-W. 2t62 HELP WANTED BARBER $16 00 a wi bury. Vt WANTED-Must be flrst-clase; ek. A. J. Rem U lard. St. Johns-4-'ti Auction Sale OF Real Estate and Personal Property On gor-punt nf pwr health. I have d- cidiMi to give tin fatrninff and will 'll t a public uction to the hihct I1- drr, on SuDt. Tunton Stat Hospital, Taunton, Mess. tf in summer: last year produced 100 tons of har. 160 tons o' ensilage, 1.200 bu. grain, l.AoA bu. pofatoes ; the place ia now storked and ' there la an exceptionally good equipment of pPlL, NURSES wanted at the Taunton tools: large, commodious buildings: house ts I St.te Hospital Training School for Nurses. large enough fnr two familiiw : must he sold ' Kor particulars, addren Dr. Arthur V. Goes, to settle an estate ana ran Be Pougnt on very attractive terms. 24tf NO. --lliP-rre paature lot within I milea of Rarre City and 4 miles of Mont pelier; an exceptionally good pasture, and part of it could be tilled : the property is well worth $1.600 00. but if sold within the nevt month will go tor $1,10 00. 24tf W are in position to handle your auction hum ness in a satisfactory manner. We keep the expense down. See u about it 24tf FOR SAL E Pot t am for .w4 Ensign Baglry. Gold Coin, or Aroostook founl vy potatoes; afco hay. $16 per ton, extra good ana eany rut telephone 77-4. Inquire of L. K. Averill, or 36tf FOR SALE By gal. or bbl.. Black Diamond Rubber Roof Paint ; water, weather, fire and sunproof ; 81V) lbs. to bbl. ; I am ready to paint or repair your roof. E. L. Dens more. Gen. Agt, cor. Brook and Pleasant streets, Bane. v- 84tf FOR SALE One Ford runabout. 1 buggy. 1 top buggy, and 1 buck board : all newly painted and In good condition. C. I. Brockway, Wiiliamstown, Vt 3Jif FOR SALE A 6-paasenger automobile. In fine condition: alwaye had beet of care: must be sold to ae:t)e an estate. Apply to Mrs. C. M. Clark, extra, of estate of C. M. Clark. E. Montpelier. tel. $$-$! ; Orange Co. phone. 30tf THE D. A. PFKRY FPU. FTTE AGEVCT BARRE. VERMONT Re t and 8. Hewlaad rave Balldlng O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler le.i I nt.. Q I M Main Street j ' J CI I. U I U 1 , IVlCiy J, I rWle Arewt tmt "leM Asservas as Bsrrs I ' . ... ... . Vermont Real Estate and Insurance Co. Barre, Vt. Room 5, Jackon Hlk Phone 20G 4 at l oVlfw k in the fort-noon, on the prttniae where I no live, utiistl about 3 mil- front t li W vil!aji. Vt.. jut off the Tutibnd fi-ad, the follow irijt : A HARD COLD du to sudden change in tb weather. epour or any rause, if neglected mar lead to aerioua lung trouble. Keep Down' F.lixir tn th medirin cupbostrd ari take before tb cold develop inte pneumonia, or ronsumption beoome eted. hold rrrrf where. Ad rt. FOR QUICK SALE .MY HOME FARM During trte past two years I here built tr end d-elnped wtirMy good end pm'abt 1 mil ewtate bsstnee ta t JreineHery - read- rr pm r- end .crntter-ovt SMWirMSMterw ! Verwiont Hti pa'd "ut tn d-ertismsT st4 t-aild e er the bwtnen and wow saaet i leave ri. fr mwii and er1hme all eeate , .. , ... . i to start In. and Iota f ii iisii4im ner n tvmiains rx.iii iiw e'T.-., m -- r . i.,4 foe tif.H woductue farm in a l)ti.-li at ate ci enlti- ivra lere Vewnwt as-enrr A little ! K.n e-r.ll tnnr i.lai-e and .me fm't : Ve 1 AeM-s at trnre J. t Harris, eie , , , , . . . is? . sV gillie s 11a tn fiar'i eoi en vm-w 1 ,1.1-Ix-r; farm will t-arrv I" rows, htm, and COOK AND TABLE GIRL WANTED I want a lady cook, who will get all meals ; also want table girl ; if lady has girl, will hire both. Inquire at Wiiliamstown Hotel, C. H. CorlsMi. prop.. Wiiliamstown. Vt ; tel. 4S-ri. 0ttf WANTED WANTED -Horse to pasture Inquire Mr. Walter W. Ladd. tel. 11-12, Culler's Corner. Barre. Vt. , 4-!t$ WANTED AT ONCE Good horse that I ran we on milk wagon. Call on or telephone A. Martinetu. West Hill. na WANTED About Msg 1, tenement of $ or nrnns for a family coming to Vermont to locate : foe snooVrn conveniences and central tors tion. they ar willing to pay. Robinson A McAllister. SMf STORE FOR S A I. E Up-to-date general store, stock ard fixtures for sale: call or write for description, i. A. Dodg. Wlt River, Vt. Mt20 FOR SALE-A-No. 1 n.aple.wood; rood measure guaranteed: delivered at once. Tele phone 47-1. Mrs. L. D. Gal. Wiiliamstown. Vt !if Seed Potatoes and Seed Oats THAT WE KNOW WILL TLEASE YOU IF QUALITY COUNTS. INQUIRE OF A. T. SMITH & SON RARRE. VT. TeL 6S4-M LAWN MOWER. -Sharpened and repaired by Jam A here. II Kiarkwell atreet. $i'tf rLOWS AND HARROWS Salty Plw and Drag flew Weed ftsc Harrew and Clark's (atswsy Herrw, Ssseeth. lag Harreaa and lend Roller Hand Garden Seeder and Wheat Hsee Repairs ef all klnda a eperlalty COME AND til A. W. ALLEN CO. WANTED - Te buy th'ny hi ef eettle to Orser resinfr and New England Tetepbaeiss tor eut. H. t. nmitk. !. h Msia Hu 7uf 1 hi fnr WANTED-Cewa. ralvns, besra, ben, sbeea. bob eatvse. wetHed at all times j Hgtiast reek erie told lt : we sell end evi-Hsna eewa ksekley A Mdatgra. selepassM -Zt. laatf LOST AND FOUND Bi IrnsrtMi. Vt. ff 4ak Montpelier, Vt. 32 Main Strrel Thone eome totiff t-attle. n-tt g'J farmh'i and el, -d fwwn. and atr at ImiHmt:. i-u.liiinc ei.nit rf ue. pW-t.t r f tiarn eihi; TO"d running WORK WANTED PFR05AL rFOPERnr Stock. 1 COWS, tuth trade Moist -m and .1.r, 1 ' T1 iwrtr n m t,T d4f- ral.lc t.4 , t V tmi Mt MHINU AND not Tmrva-$ am twe- ' rore a! kftm f rwt- )"s and j alt .rt ---e n't- A. M'Hellab Uerkee tV teeiK.e i-W. i't LOFT - Himrh of key wn keying, between ; a I rltm leave at Hare Times tieSoe and rei. rC -t'" LAND ROLLERS The balance of our Land Rollers to eleee t 00, t. lif t to ftt.l. tnuine Eelinse 4 em rtantera. a 'I rvwlr fnr yea to hitrb in. IRON Af.C CARDEV TOOLS Reewira fee all bind ef farm eaarwinery ' A. wTallen ro. Orange Ceenry and Nr England Tetetibenss FOR SALE LnT - la m'M a rM4 r' ied l-iw return t Ita-u. vy n rWkl h!l. 1 H pe. I n.ir T)nea evne er telepe-wie ' 4.t arty 142-D Good Farm Richt Near Town all ymrc, a tt t'- re.to lt. - ) J I rtl l( rn" m. Ulanr" ,n the fall"; 1 ir WlftT Vll a I 3 U fi .atra Iw-agy y.rliPf eir. well mat b-d IIUI UIIIUll VIIUU and lianifr; "l tii'-e .l.-rwr L.-i'.-r r!f. 1 ! I re rvw One need " Ft" flew in tad ewneSttoa M Tneee are estea rend ssJwea lnT Wnr end vukerf hw4 -Mh ns-e j f'ss and IW 'T-a --r " ev.:.. at VerHiea4 N'i"'r j 4 t it 1 rxr r t -rt. iiw'ivw, tt. J ' .asi.r.. a . 1 O-mmr f neety d New tealand Tetewnesw eie n nWMS TTT mrl Wf ft n ra i.ne-n. m r I r, eult nnd mri& ei-n-e ; the be nig awtiel Vrtrm, rnrittding all in 'nanl tnreey, wnty 1 1 an H5-I-Soe V About ThU Farm mm ftfed avv1 H 9 m t ""p tMir C w tn tmat W rw4 W- mm . tkM fa 4 rM f $r mjrrwiwm mm4 f-w km t m w $M m vmmt f mrmm 9 : fca 9vmw n ri.rw , fr-w- tmm - -v lw-'ar t - 4 r, - wipurf W"ifwnmvt4i 5 141-B Good Farm f 40 Acres 3 Minute from the 3 Stmt Car line r iii and ma tw VwirW ge If te,a axw H h g rvnv-t abee-p and ' t W: i. ' I W 1.1 Continue fry l&f l.Tlt g bat. 4tr.ar-e.ld, Ii"'". l.ce-, -""d. the? ret of the - A"n eVTrj ft and Vd, eitra At,-r ai.d r ' wnke; , , Tt urisv lfaiirff 1 I 4ap le ar,-. i trst-H 1.1. . inare . f JL L tViat w 3 fl no..n - a f.n V-a-. rtMor.trsrJifr Hou4 h A 10:30. f As n llUL m.nv i i Jl l.1.t I-l!"rne tarm wp.n, I lnu . p r-t V- f-'- T'-mse at wec-in. 1 a4J erf t k-'-w t'lw-w bl. I j 4 V . sr. "Mirur I!rdek a txt t net f l'n.'te .-k I s-p I 4l! laei rtuna. trntr,f; SJ a i tie. knrn. yal ' ee-b at . at V email tm'ft t -.:. wtt a a rere. at. m t -we a. ee-iera. irm, Imr, leiea. vka r.- 1 ts-f N. T. MiniAFD. g '. see. A I Si f liea. 1 I -tt Iaal M re-n v-iVn, a tr--4 ?! '. f -irt-v .j.ka and 1$ er tA - 1 H VA-D-I Hoti and Z Arm of Land in U1L I 'ZlZZ Zl .K g liaTnlon n c . t t -- a - H . . r, . n. wa-t -f a aw, a- --, W ; ' r 'ZZ2 C ft t r- arie-nsrv-l ii ' W. C. OOSi. Owwe-t. 5 S J ! r.--. A feet s 11 ! 1 11 ' '" ' ' "- C F. Scxra, Aa-ije-as-, f arre, Vc ADVERTISE YOLT1 WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS Fire Insurance I rrprffr.t rren teen cf the largest sni r:t Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance C0Tr.par.ie5. Ak for rates. J. V. DILLOaV nasi Pstsin Btn-a tnr-va, . "Oil A LIT. FIRST Our ti(r ftortm?rt of "tjaal itr Hrt Concord HnctHes ari I,ajn:a Wacrm. is n-orlh tk- ir.jr time? to rpular Low rrif COLTON t4 STATE STSECT nTTiXIL$t COLTON SELLS Darrp Curt. Uftvy LfTiey F?r Ft vie Tiri-Ilw Wfttron, O" !?nr L:"f r Ft . ! Watr- W t! Ktve i.1rh Oir Wtf-Tu, if yn $.t tbn.. tkrm True kt 4--'i t'rHi. COLTON it fit STltli t