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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1013.
(7 ABOUT THE STATE HAPpnnNoa or interest from snmouMi MOTIONS The fund collnctpd in Rutland on lioa Jiital day amounted to $512.03. A. W. Wood worth observed liia D2d birthday anniversary it his home In Knonbiirg Falls by a party, May 7. Rutland has begun the aolicitation of funds for the annual carnival and hopes to raise $2,000, Of this amount the city will provide $1,100. An observation tower, the Rift of the Proctor family of Proctor, will probably be constructed thut season on Pico moun tain in Rutland, for the use of forest jjatrolmen, to guard against fires, Business is good in Proctorville, the Murdock mill having shipped 15 tons of woolen goods from that station last month. The mill is running several of its departments nights to get out tush orders. LOCAL MARKETS Butter Prices Are Easier, 2729c Fresh Eggs 2122c. DRESSED PORK IS PLENTY Many improvements are being made at the Lake Mansfield trout club, a new building being erected, in which will be installed a power plant for electric light Jng. The house will be open from May C9 to Sept. 15. Robert E. Morrison, found guilty of assault with intent to kill on Mr. and Mm. Leon Roddy of Fairfield, has been taken to the state prison at Windsor to eerve a term of not less than seven nor more than ten years. Principal R. S. Kten has resigned his position in the Enosburg Falls bigh school and has accepted one as instruc tor in history in the high school of New Haven, Conn. He will also work for a. master s degree at rale. Old Potatoes Worth Only 35c Per Bu; Fowls 2022c. Barre, Vt.( May 12, 1015. Butter prices easy. Dressed pork plenty. Wholesale quotations : Dressed pork l9 Vic Veals llVi(n?12c. Fowls 20(s;22o. Fresh eggs 2122c. Butter, creamery 20c. Butter, dairy 27c. ' Potatoes Quiet at 35c, How to Fight Tuberculosis la a paper mil las jnr nrrer th Deaar C'awnty Medical f4orletr and published In part la the Louis ville "Medli-al 1'roBreaa," Ir. J. W. Carta art, of Han Antonio, Tm, a physician who baa devoted much time to the atady of tuherculoala, aldi Mlnra lime aalta ronatMat three-ftnirth of all the mineral aoh. tsnnea of the human body, they muat bo aupplled la the food a or aiipplemented In mineral prepare Una, or natural atarvatloa euauea with tuberealoala uaeheeked. The widespread and unchecked apread of tuberculoale and other preventable dlaeaaea la due largely to the de palclHed lllme lacking) eondltlona of mnltltudea throughout the civilised world." . Thus from another authoritative medical aource comes Justification for the uh of lime in the treatment of tuberculosis. Blnce this Is one of the Ingredi ents of Eckman'a Alterative, much of the aucces attending- the wide apread use of this remedy doubtless la due to the combination of this alt In such a way as to render It easily assimilable. It cauaes no tomnrh disturbance, and since It contains neither opiates, narcotics nor hablt-formlng- drugs, It la safe to try. . . . Eok man's Alterative has effected remarkable results In numerous canes of pulmonary tuberculosis (consumption) and allied chronic af fections of the throat and bronchial passage. In many instances such conditions, apparently, have yielded completely to It. In case your drug-s-lat Is out of It. ask him to order, or send direct to us. Kckman Laboratory, Philadelphia EICKER'S MARKET REPORTS. is Dr. E. A, Burdick, who has moved from Winooski to Hinesburg, where he will locate as a physician, has been for 12 years health officer of the former place and chief of the fire department for the same number of years. He represented Colchester at the last legislature.' Rev. W. M. Marlow, rector of St James' church at Arlington, who sailed from New York for Europe, at the last moment changed his booking from the Lusitania to the New York, which sailed two hours later, fearing to trust him self to a British ship after the repeated warninus. Mr. Mallow's home was for merly in England and his wife and son are there at the present time. The son is an officer in the Kncrlish army, airs, MTlowil) return with her husband. CATTLE PRICES STRONG. Sheep and Hogs Unchanged and Calves Lower. Brighton, May 12. Beef prices were well sustained at the Brighton abattoir this morning; sheep and hogs were un changed and calvea were lower. Good beef stock was in moderate supply, and the demand was rather sharp. Buyers were keen for good beef Bat tle, but the supply was light, especially for the beet heavy ateers. One pair sold at fi'i cents, which was about the top for the day, though some shippers were asking more. Quotations were 8&8'i tents for tops, with good cattle at 7 to 6 cents, and light cattle at '3fc7 tents. One pair of stags sold M 7 'a tent. Fancy cows sold as high as 7 cents, the range for tops being 6'(B;7 cents with good cows at 88V cents, ordin ary rows at 6(a5'i vents and canners at 3"4f Vt cents. Similar prices were realized on bulls; the best fancy stock selling as high as 7 cents, with good bulls at U(3 tf't cents, ordinary bulls at 6(8 5', rents, liolngna bulls brought 6 cents for anything at ll available. . . Calves were again easier, cents be ing the top quotation heard. Best lot brought "'ifae's eents, with mixed lots at 6 f 7 a nd small calves and gratters at ftrA rent. Hogs were unchanged, the quotation for both dressed and live being the Mime as last week. Best kits sold at 8(tsV4 rents, with rough lots at 7(s7,,i cents. Only about ' HO head of shwp and lam be came in on the morning trains, and prices were firmly held at 7(S8 cents for Urn bs and 4(a 0 rents for sheep. BRITAIN CONSCRIPTION URGED. Enlistments Increase, but Mott Men Arc Still Needed. Lnndon. Msy 12. Britain is aorrly f uxled how to accompli the overthrow of trermany without conscription. Al though tielistment have appreciably in creased ainee Friday, when the Lusitania was sunk, the I nionist newspapers are insisting on immediate parliamentary consideration of this question. The Ktpres on its first g rr terdar id Urge tvpet THi; ONLY WAY-OJXSCRirTlOX." VERMONT REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE COMPANY BARRE, VT, Pnene so M0NTPEL1ER, VT, THOSE 6M Beef and Hogs Steady, But Veal I Lower. St. Johnsbury, May 12. At W. A Rickcr'g market beef and hogs are re ported steady and veals lower. Receipts for the week ending May 10 indue Poultry 300 lbs, 10c. Lambs 10, 3(6 fic. Hogs 510, 6(5i 7c. Cattle 75, 3(S.6c. Calves 815, 3ffi7c. Milch Cows $10(S.$70. IN BOSTON MARKETS. Butter Easier, Eggs Firm, Cheese Sup ply Only Moderate. Boston, May 12. There is an easier tone to the local butter market, weak ness in the outside markets bavins th effect of making buyers cautious and sellers a little anxious to keep their consignments moving off as rapidly as the come in. The expected break in prices appears to be at hand, since New York reports a decline of lV.c and the other markets are off from their recent levels The cheese market continues very firm because of moderate supplies and the strength of the primary markets which are influenced by an active demand from exporters. Hennery aggs are short and firm, but other grade are plenty and easy, the speculative demand having quieted down since the first of the month Jobbing quotations: liutter rancy northern creamery tuba 31i(.12c, boxes 32 2$ 33c, print 3Jfo33V2C. fancy western creamery 31ft 31 vie, good to clioice creamery 20(fi30, fair to good HM ,)e, Cheese Twin, fancy lSglRiic fair to good Hftu't-e, new twins 17(t w'-jC oung American liffili'-jc. r.ggs rancy hennery 27 27"-jc. choice eastern 24(25c, western extras 230 24c, firsts 22rff 23e. FAILED TO COLLECT. Tries to Sell Hit Fianree'i Love for tlSO. Detroit, Mich.. May 12. The love of a woman was estimated at fl.VI bv Rafel Jonik. But he didn't get the $150 and now wishc to prohibit her marriage. Two vear ago Rose Ss lunula loved Rafel and was engaged to be married to him. She was 19 "year old. a pretty girt, with big dark eyes, and giaceful figure. Joseph Ombreman, a boy of 17. ut her and longed tor lier. He wa a dreamy youth, "one of the poet fellow," according to Rafel, but be wa intense Iv practical in hi love affair. He offered Rafel tl.VI if he wauld sell to him, to WAITT made r.oont MAa.k.N A BONO CUCKST0NE OOO D OCtaT TkrtArtlritKe U.5. ton 361 Thousand J5P2 Farms J X4 J T a. wa W3 lis the place where you can Some Larger, Some Better,00' goods you do not Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies, Ask for rates. J. W. DILLON ark have and to bold forever, the heart of Rose. The offer was accented. Thereupon Rafel ordered Rose to love .Joseph even as she at tliftt time love him. Rose saw the adoration in Jo seph'a eyes and blushingly agreed. The agreed to be married and a day was set. "Now pay me the $150,"' demanded Rafel of Joseph. "Don't pay him anvthing," command ed Rose of Joseph. "I can use that money to buy furniture for our home So Joseph refused payment, and th indiirnant Rafel hastened to the office of Alexander Stewart, marriage license clerk, to forbid the issuance of a license But the 13th amendment to the consti tution of the United States, forbidding slavery made such a sale null and void. 80 Rafel announced fie would una out wnen Joseph was going for the license and be at the counter at the time to argue the matter out with him. B. & M. BILL HALTED. Just as It Seemed Sure to Pass Massa chusetts House. Boston. May 12 A point of order sent the bill providing for the re organization and consolidation of the Boston & Maine to the ways and mean committee for consideration of the franchise tax provision just as its passage through the House seemed as sured. The committee will hold a hearing to day and the advocates of the measure expect that it will be returned to the House at the afternoon session. Stomach Troubles Due to Acidity SO SAYS EMINENT SPECIALIST So-called stomach troubles, such as indurw lion, wind, and stomach-ache, are in probably nina eaaa out of trn simply avkienc that fer mentation is taklnc piac in t food con tents of th stomach, causing the formation of (a and acid. Wind distends th stomach, and causaa that full, opprauiva feeling- some times known as heartburn, while the acid irri tates and inflames the delicate lining- of the stomach. The trouble lies entirely In the fer menting- fnod. Such fermentation la unnat ural, and acid formaUon ia not only unnat ural, but may involve mrot serious eonse- auenew if not corrected. To stop or prevent fermentation of the fnod content of th stom ach and to neutraliM the acid, and render it bis ad and harmless, a teaepoonful of bi- ursted mss-neata, pmdably the best and most effective corrector of acid stomach known, hould be taken In a quarter ot a class ol hot or cold water immediately after eatinir. oe whenever wtnd or acidity Is frit. This tops the fermentation, and neutralises the aridity in a few moment. fermentation, wind and acidity are dangerous and unneces sary. Mn or prevent them by the use of a proper antacid, such as bvurated magnesia, abich can be obtained from th barre Llrug 0. or any d rurint. and thus enable the stomach to do ita work properly without being hindered by poiaonoua gas and dangvrous acids. M. f. I Auction Sale OF CATTLE AND HOGS T have a mortgage on my farm and wish to clean it up ami get nut of debt so will sfll at puuliu auction, on THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1915 at 1 o'clock In the afternoon, in Wil liamatown, Vt., in eight of and only mile from the village, my nice herd of cows and young stock that 1 have taken great pains to raise and get together expecting to keep them for my own use! In all, 45 HEAD OF CATTLE 45 CONSISTING OF 27 COWS, mostly hiuh grade Holsteins arid Ayrshire, all young and most ot tnem siren ny a registered Holstein bull. Quite a lot of them now fresh, some to freshen soon, and balance in the early fall. . These cows have great records as dairy cows. One 2-year-old heifer, due to freshen June 1, and 1 heifer to freshen in December; ft yearling heifers, all sired by registered Holstem bull; also 1 2-year-old white Holstein bull, a beauty, girts 6 ft. I inch : 5 veal calves, 4 stock calves, all good ones; 8 shoats that will weigh from 1(H) to 125 lbs.; 8 slight weeks-old pigs, belted Hampshires; also one of the neatest black 2-yr.-old colts yon have ever seen, sired by the Belville horse and weighs 1,11a) lbs., been usfd some, clever, sound and right. You will find this a nice lot of property and everything goea without limit, as I am bound to get out of debt and start again. Terms at time of sale. Lunch furnished those coming from a distance. , FRED POOR, Owner. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. Auction Sale OF Auction Sale OF The City Auction Market Than Others But All Money Makers! Do You Own One f Them? We Have Some of the Good Ones For Sale need into cash. Bring them !in at once. Auction Sale on Saturday at 2 ard 7 p. m. Stock. Tools and Household Goods A I lute just sold my farm and am ing ta Itx-at in Colorado, I will eel) to he high eat bidder, on the premise nown the C, . Noma farm in Hard ik. about 't mile from the vi. ge An the rrd to hast Hardwick, en FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1915 ; 1ft o'clmk in the forenoon, the follow- ng described personal property. MY ENTIRE DAIRY mostly new fnilrh, a nir trnmh, 2 year' ling heifer. 2 rslns, all ia good rdT FARMIHG TOOS lly tedd.-r. horse rake, spring tooth hrrew, smoothing harrow, plow, 2 lumlH-r wagons, trav erse l-1, ruttitatora. aurrry with fole. I light t-et opryi vact.a, r. light ihv irg hamesa. nearly new. ttra pA jrair heavy work lruee. Prairie Stste in. ut.tr, in goo4 eond tion, and all small tool, rliiins, liar, hovls, foils, puks, boe, t4t HOUSEHOLD FCE5ITCK E. in. bid t il,ilr suit"-. )iBir. tables, stove. 4i!i-i, !-! and W ! nj. tal.le n4 lrn. rrl, e.r.e B f.st abde tromtiotie 4h V-aibey raae in g-f4 etditKii. and mare 4be artnle rwH evumerte4- Sale nwliie, ith'Mjt reeTe or l.no t. I )ae ue I, tb f.rfipTt r. Term t t rre t4 ie. Iirt' li at ten. ri4y. MV 1, t 10 iVI'.-k tKe foeonor.' C W. HOB!. Ow-ner. D. A. Fit IT, Aartivneer, Barra, Vt. Real Estate and Personal Property In settling the affairs of the late John Kendall of Granville, the undersigned will sell at public auction to the hitfiiest bidder, on the premises in Granville, known as the Kendall farm, in the so- called Scott or Kendall neighborhood, 5 miles from Braintree, 7 miles from Koch ester and about ft miles from Warren. on the main highway from Hraintree to Granville, on TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1915 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon THE HOME FARM containing about 100 acres of land. 60 acres of tillage, very early and extra good corn land; balance pasture and woodland. Ihe tillage land lays well, be- ng almost level and all machine worked: free from stone or ledge; well fenced; near orchard of 800 to 1,000 trees; good fruit orchard; some soft wood ready to cut and lots growing j plac will keep 15 to 20 head of stock and team; cuts about 40 tons of hay; three barns, two are cry good ami one needs some repairs good S-room house, 3 minutes' walk from school; cream is taken at door. PERSONAL PROPERTY Six Head of Stock. 2 jut frenli. i to freshen soon, and 2 calves; 1 10-year-old horse, weight about 1.IHV) Ihs is a good worker and in good condi tion; 15 hens; mowii.g machine, horse rake, plow, spring-tooth harrow, cultiva lor, 1 1 -horse epr wagon, 1 U-horse agon, express, I 2-horse lumber wagon. biiKpv wagon, od set traverse sleds, ooden sled, slt-igli, pr. 2-horse traverse leds, single harness, double harness, and II small tools, such as bo-, forks. hsins, bar, eveners. shovel, rake, etc. si sap buckets, galv. draw tub, galv. holder, 2 sugaring-off pans, beater, with pouts, etc. Household Furniture including hair, tablee. bed, rlianitx-r suit'-, rork- r. dining table, bed ai.d table linen, she, and manv article not mentioned. Thi is all good, clean property. Abo 15 to 20 tons of (rood hay, 30 to 40 bushels of potato-. All the above property mut he dis posed of and will lie sold r.ithotit reserve or limit. Term at time of le, Mv 1. 1015. at 10 a. m. H. A. KENDALL. D. A. Perry, Auctioneer, Bam, Vt. UUSINES? CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING ALSO MANAGER HARRI8 ORCHESTRA 24 Patterson Strt, Brr, VU. Tel. 11J-M , EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND Concert ORCHESTRA Dnc II N.lson Street Telephone lo-M CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA 'Formerly Riley's) PROF. P. P. LAtfDI, Lssder MUSIC FOR ATL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC J. P. ani A. C. CARROLL, Business Mna-r leispnons i, narre, Vermont MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO rXKAMTNC. PRESiU INO AND REPATRINO MOORE &. OWENS 112 North Mala Street Barra, Vermont DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS! I to 4 P. M. Tuesdar. Thtimdsy and Ssturdar. Also by Appointment 14 and II Blanrhar4 Balldlnr Telephsn U FOUR LINES FOR 25c Th Time will Publish Wants. Lost and Pound, For Sala., To Let, at. hort sdvsr tlsements st th rate of four line for twenty. cent for th first Insertion and flv eenu for each suhsequent Insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Or would exchange for farm th Msrshfleld hotel. Well e(juliped and do inr fond btmineiw. Address C. B. Slsytnn, Prop.. Mamhfleld. Vt FARM FOR BALE OR EXCHANGE for -ood renting property J fsrms thst will Keen from 15 to SO rows ; food location. J. R. Stewart, Northfield. Vt Wit SALE OR RENT Cottaa hou. 6 mom. bath, pantry, sleeping porch, gas, electrlrity, furnsre heat; East street! rent (18.00. 27tf TKNKMKNT Foster street: rent, SS.OO. K7ti TENF.MKNT Branrh street; rent, i7tf TENEMENT Berkley court; rent, $9. I7tf SALE OR EXCHANGE Farm in WUltonw town. ZTtf Mephons S14-1 H. A. PHELPS CO. Mile Block DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OOc In Room St, Miles Building T Stephens Cenaactie OFFTCE HOURS : 9 . m. to 12 m. an 1 :80 to 4 p. a, Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and Friday M. J. WHITCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Call Answered Promptly, Day r Night An Up-to-Dat Amhulsncs in Cennertion EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone 229-1 WILLIAMST0WN, VT-Telephone 381-2 HELP WANTED GOVERNMENT POSITIONS ar easy to get ; my free booklet Y69S tells how ; write to day NOW. Ear! Hopkins. Washington, D. U WANTED Middle-aged lady to took and take charge house tn family of two. Ap ply at I Smith Place. 60U WANTED Capsble girl In small family of adults in country. Mrs. Fred Howe, West Topshsm, Vt. 4t' WANTED A middle-sged lady to act a housekeeper in family 01 two. Apply at 47 East Slate street. Montpelier; tel. 1SS-W : at home after 6 p. in. 4t)t3 Auction Sale WANTED A boy from IS to 18 years of sge. used to farm work. Apply to Boy," car Time office. 4tS WANTED A girl or middle-sired lady for general housework. Apply to Mrs. R. A. Cop ping, East Montpelier, or telephone Montpelier S47-12. . 7tf YOUNi; MAN to look after our interest in Barre; S12.00 meekly to start; ao canvassing. Frontier Mfg. Co., Niagara Falls. N. Y. M2 MEN wishing to earn three to flv dollars per day. write for terms immedisteiy. f irst Nstionsl Nurseries. Rochester, N. Y. 46t6 WANTED A girl or woman to help do vmeral Hiia'--'or on a small farm, fcne-t reck, Cabot Vt. 46t6 PUPIL NURSES wanted at th Taunton State Hospital Training School for Nurses. For psrtirulsrs. addi-ees Dr. Arthur V. Cos.. Supt, Tsunton Stat Hospital, Taunton, Mass. SStf COOK AND TABLE GIRL WANTED I want lady cook, who will get all meals : else want a table girl : if lady ha girt, will hire both. Inquire t Williamstown Hotel. C. H. Corliss, prop., Willi wstown. Vt ; teL 4K-!1. lotent All Ready I Income from the Start! Where Is the Man? Are You Going to Be the One to Obtain These Ex ceptional Values? Just the Time of Year to Buy! NO. 877 10 cow, pigs. hen, tools, wood. etc. ; all included at only 12,600.00; 135 to 140 acres ; wood enough to pay for all and leave plenty for th farm ; good S-room house with wide norch : well painted inside and out : horn barn clapboarded and painted ; good cow barn and silo; new henhouse, large enough for 200 hens; ho house; the tillage lay nearly level; this i a bargain at the price. 44tf NO. 940 One-man farm, 80 acres, suitably divided ; good comfortable set of buildings ; Vi mile to school, 6 V3 miles to Montpelier; price. Including 9 head of stock, 2 calvea, 2 horses, brood sow, IS hens, De-Laval cream separator, cream cans, 2-horse farm wagon, express wag on. Concord buggy, pung sled,' heavy mowing machine, rake. plow, harrows, cultivators, har ness, etc., all for (3,000.00. 44tf NO. 879113 acre, stock and tools. 2 mil from Rochester station, only 13,200.00; a very desirable ptac: buildings all in good shape sll the tillage except 4 acre is worked by machinery : fences good : fruit and sugar or chards with the farm, the owner wants to sell cows, 6 calves, and tool complete; it is bargain at -he price. 44tf TO RENT TO RENT 6-room tenement at 18 BemU "trt ,m"1'r ' lhom" Atari 1 Seminary street. 40M FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENTn. ?u.,t, 1 !mT;11 "tlon Hven to trnl eated In bualneaa sort (on of eltv. 11.. onll Z tar. " " "I Posllioni Any- Tl 7ii m i . ! "s,"7". main nt., - 7t-M. Montpelier, Vt 0t2 TO RENT k .j.u , 1 10 pi.i. . ; wim enien, at 19 Plain street Inquire at above add. . 60t4 TO RKNTP..... . ...... . M PerrlT if A"P' M. ierry, llarre. ota TO RENT Hnatalra . . with bath. ..i ""r 1Z !fi ir th5 rTonth" InnulrSof Mr.' ' naiuice. 14 I arrasa iusnn. k.h TENEMENT TO rpmt-c ji. a. J-. U, BeckJey, ( Park trt; tel. 66H-W. 48tf TO RENT TitA i -.... Inquire of O. uEIl.SIT street; tel. 62-4. 451 TO RENT T office corner of North Main and Orsnit streeU. Apply at Creamery, 300 North Main . 185tf FURNISHED ROOMI To t r-r Pryl'if"' if desired. Inquire at 7 Frencfc street, first floor. Itf TO RENT Twer t,..n street, with barn and carriage house, for small wnuy; 1,4 mile from Brr Ciity; term moderfcte for the winter. Mr. Catherin Per rin. box 72. R. P. a No. 4. 184tf SMALL TENEMENT TO lirvr-l..,, . Dr. O. Q. Stickney. Washington street. 28tf FOR SALE One of the beet homes in Barre, just on the outskirts I 4 acres of land. 1 acre tn straw berries, modern 8-room house, lighted, hard. wood floors, and all natural wood finish ; barn 20x24, extra good; good cellar; spring water wide porch; 12 to IS fruit tree: fine home. minutes' walk from school, and perhaps IS minutes' walk to business section; price, 24,- ooo.uo ; might exchange tor tarm. 4tti NO. 920 To exchange for larger farm one of those desirable small properties just outisde th eity ; 6 minutes to csrline snd handy to itoneshed : 2 mues from Barre City ; extra good building : 10 to 15 ac of land ; a dandy place for poultry and mar ket gardening: henhouse for ISO hens: excel lent water at house and bam; lots of fruit, pples. hemes, etc. : will keen I or I head of slock ; barn Is 4x40, clapboarded and painted ha basement; price right. Will ex change for farm of K0 to 76 acres in good location. This will pleas you. 44tf Let us show you a modern, up-to-date 10- room house on one of our best streets : is con sidered by some to be the best house in Barre ; pnr Ia right. 44tf In doing business with us. you not only have the advantage of our wide experience, but of our 7 branch offices a well : we can suit you from our large list of properties. Buy through us and obtain what yott want at the right price. Auction work at reasonable rate. THE D. A. PEKRT REAL ESTATE AGENCT BARRE. VERMONT Room S and I. Bewland-C Building POULTRY AND EGGS FOR SALE - A few nice Buff Wyandotte hens ; good breeders for next yesr. N. G. Blanrhard, Camp street: 'phone 1-11. 4tti BABY CHICKS ANT SETTING HENS FOR 8LE-Thoroughbred White Wyandotiea. Rob ert Htewart, 10 Murray street, Barre, Vu 4U EGGS FOR FrrTING-Thorighbred White I.homi and White Orpingtons, at 7 set ting of li. T M. 8 bin, tel. tr.e-12. Psrre, VU Jut 41 S. C. RITF ORPINGTONS - Eggs for hatch- In: 4 pena mated fmra the 1st prise pew at White River Jci. 114 1st and 2d pen t Montpelier. lli. J. P. Cortkie. letf THOROrOHKRFn WHITE WYANDOTTE EGG for hetrhlng-fl "0 pee II : If by rsreel tvwt, II S pee IS ; good winter layers. E. M white. 27 Iris a avenue. TeL 117-2. J. J. DASIINER Real Estate Agent NO. JS4 I hsve something to offer you which i n exceptional offer in farm property. It Is located on the main highway from Msrsh fleld and is S mile from 2 railroad stations; about 40 acres is tillage and the halanre is good, clean pasture land and plenty ot wood land : there Vt about 12S.00O ft- of soft wood: plenty of hsrd wood, and 2 acres of nice redar on this place: the land is very free from stones and ledges ; there is a good fruit orchard and a large sugsr oThsrd. all equipped; there r X barns. 1 40tSt snd 1 42x22: I shed, basement, and rh K ken house : all buildings in good repair; thi place will keep about 20 eowa and team : 10-mom house in good condition ; water at house and bam ; only 'i mile to school houne and ssw-mill : th price is 92J10, and the stork and took) can be purchased at a very reatonsbl fig ure. 44tf NO. 25f Her is a good opportunity for someone who went to make some money keeping summer boarders; Is-room tottage In nice little town, where lota of people go to spend the summer : there I about acres of land with the piece, and good bam with It stalls or mors: thia Is a good opening for the right party; this property ran be bought right, owing to illness. 44tf CABBAGE PLANTS -Early Jenev W.ke. field, in our experience the beat summer cabbage grown; rare and delicate flavor; lOe per do. ; too per 100. J. ft. Booth, Cherry street. 4914 KOK, SALE A good saddle horse or a good driver, with wagon and harness. Perry Auto mobile Co. 4Dt3 BOOKS FOR SALE Fifteen vols. John L. Stoddard Lecture ; half levant binding, bought recently, only two or three hsve been opened. Paid 149.00. Will sell at big discount. Ad dress X, car of Barre Daily Times. SOtS FOR SALE I will sell at private sale in the next few day all my household goods St my home in the Hotel Northern, Barre, Vt., which include th furnishings of over 30 rooms. You will need to be on hand, as I am going West and to good must be sold; only a small list here: Iron beds, springs, mat tresses, feather beds, pillows, quilts, puffs, blankets, sheets and pillow cases ; towels, dress- era, combination dressers, chiffoniers, ward robe, table, rocker, chairs, mirrors, pic tures, commode sets, crockery, irlaaa and w wsre: tubs, sewing machines, kitchen cabinet, refrigerator, art sauarea. rues. ,rt.i shades, willow chairs, oak rockers, couch, and in 1 scl au my goods, aa I am going West to remain. Come early and get what you want. Remember, sale begins at once. Msv 12 nrf st the Hotel Northern. Msin street, Barre. Vt. oieiia iawrence; u. it. Male, manager. 49tf FOR SALE A bsbv rarruur In aiuI mm. dition. Inquire of 24 Fail-view street. 4ftt4 FOR SALE Coach nunnies. 7 Dick Batchelder, Plainfield, Vt. week eld. 47tf FOR SALE Pair Durham oxen. vm M excellent workers ; 3,000 lbs. O. L. Msrtin. Plauiheld, Vt. : N. E. 'thon. Mmiiiw 34H-12. , FOR SALE A pair of heavy work hnr weight about 2.800 lb. ; good- worker : sli-o harnesses, wagon if wanted. Inquire of H. S. Clark. Orange. Vt ; People s 'phone. 47t FOR SALE A few strawherrv nl.nt. r the following varieties: U. S. King Edward: First Quality : Highland : Samnle Kn.ir Dunlap; at $1.0 per hundred; mixed plants from th shove varieties. IS. Mi per thousand - call or writ. Charles F. Ayer, R. D. I. Bsrre. Vt. 4t FOR SALE Six colonies of bees in nn. bsker hives, in good condition, with wintering box : I also offer mv entire aniarv. Aft ealnni ot bees, house and supplies, at Richard', on Montpelier road, including lease rights; a bar gain if taken quick. H. W. Scott. 4it MIXED 8TRAWBERRY PLANTS Th. ht kinds. 60c per hundred, ll.&cl per too, it per ,vw ; luinoen raipnerry plants. I6c for 13. A. Storrs. East Bethel, Vt. 48U6 NO. t5 Vie new enttage right in the eity; ha T room and bath: all finished in hard wood: el er trie lights; 2 verandas, front and side; an extra good value at the rirht price. 4ltf OF PERSONAL PROPERTY I Id m farm, I i!l e ,tl.-4- t t a. m.. is Montrflw-r : l.-ave a tu'th. Iiirhe huM-r, ..aJPaiilinn ..it-l a .tn, i, U.t WrI,r. 1 North Mfwitrwl.rr, ljt (li. Wwd- A HARD COLD tor t 41 anddeei rhtr4r ia the -ta), eir a.tr rwnwe. rf t't4 mmf m4 fmmm hmf t-ntik. hmf Trtm' CUtir M tb M).r ebrasr4 Ml take before th v4 4Weif apu eMa. mt mi 11 TT.pt Kr ete4. fwH I wWwv- Afvt. EG-.S f ROM R I RED PRIZE PTOt K II 00 for II at hxose: by exprees. II M for I: snerlal Trie by Ihe hundred. A. P. Abbett. ttf NO. 257 Another good farm proposition. containing fcl acres : only 4 miles to Fsrre. t's miles to ratlrnad station, short dwtarwe to achooi, creamery and w-mill : about ?S acres ttllare: balance nice clean rtvire land; I bam. Iox4ii. with 14 stanrhhvns, sheds borse bam. ehirkenbouee, good fruit errhard lltf'wlth o apple and plum trees; enod s-room nouee, water at tne tvtuse an nam : tm K F. I) muti from Piainnrld, and telephone eownertMHi. EGGS FOR FTnNrjTerewchbre rnhrm bien and Pilvwr-tArvd and White V yandnttea. and Rhte Island Reds; Ac per setting. F K Bsiley. tel. I W. ttAZ BAR RE. MONTPELIER AND IIARDWICK STAGE FOR SALE II to for small Ruirk minehmit n good running order, lnouire nf Ruitnr Murray's Barber Shop, Cramtevilie, Vt. ; tel. - 421 1 STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR ?.! FirstciaS lllants of 1 of the hat vanatU, Senator Dunlap, Sample, and Uncle Jim : 18.0 per thousand: 40e per hundred, i. M. Hutch iiuon. Wiiliainstown, Vt. K16 FOR SALE All kinds of wood. Including dry block wood, greea block wood. limb wood, chunk ; dry block wood at U.i. green block wood at 12. 0. limb wood and chunks 12.28, delivered ; 4 rords to a load -. terms, rash ; write or 'phrn Willism L. Hsnna. Orange Center. Vt. tf FOR SALE-ll.00n.O0 will put yeu ia a established retsil monumental business: full equipment, inrluding pneumstir tools snd pol ishing machine; building 24x84 and L lx2; this is the rant time of the year to ret ac quainted with the trade. Addres "Centrsl New lork." care Barre Times. I6tl4 These are aft comI values, and thev de aerve year invMtigatirm. I hsve also nurnernue ether prtpottwrw wftrh mrt Interest you. i. i. PASHMCR. Iai t. 9. t. Rewland-T Bldg, Bare City, C T4. Cea. WANTED Hat ing public aui-tio FRIDAY, .MAY 14, 1913 t I o'llmW hrp in the aftinxin. n the premise where I ow lite in the town nf ItrooLf-l4. -. ituate1 atwwit a ru le f r-m I 'm4 illsge. on the m,n road to I nl..l h, the follow irg: 9 (ood Holstein and Jersey Cows Daily Eirrpt San4a ! e rti.w-l! 7 bo 1 II jmir-e and arill fr-heti in the rarlt fIl; 2 2 vcsr-elj le fr thst fre-r.a ra the fall; I 4 s !i Jersey 1-tiTl. 4 -l-. 2 !'rJ e" s, w tn frrw tin mnth; 1 ft h"t aP Utin4'4U Im-ps. 1 3 J-sr--H rt-!t. we -l.t l..e' ell tndt. anono". k 1 i4 -flHi Int la-fr tt lne: I n-e 2 rea-.le5 ev.lt mid ani rifnt. for k4r to Jr r AKX TOOLS t ""- gw.hr iti wit "4 r f-4 r!-k. I 1 .nre llll.h"r C. I 4 "' ! h'wwe ("T aWia. J-urg ar4 .!iur l-ra. trwwirit tr.'-lii"-e, trfvr- rase, J t hwae fe-wer. wtfc c!-f w and r- rijl saw rif; 1 " t't". I t.iif tn-!li lrrrvw. rtsHnr. r-n4t'i, 1 et (4 4)'vM -ww. I rva.. I a-ncle l-ir tsa-Tea. I . 1 Ialjl raw T-arr. tm'r K-a r4 asnriths-. I M t (f mwm4 efT:i fWtfuj. ;f!. h-e-rW. J! m-a3! t. .:-- w Y ;n,-f rew. ent.-new. , Keet, f-s ake. w1. ee wth mar -t, W r-fit X'WeA hs' to r -e rwwee -f 4 "wt th er .ile a4 V, r tf,4 t fin tn fnf J--J--? J . Te-tr- v- 0 0mm. it 'ir e? !. bin y jicnd. Nr-uth oxItury, V ondhurr ( ntf and Hsrdwirk. !.- Mardai4 3 p. m.. as me route. Irate order at liiirw-U h4, rrrr-. t'-l. !'tilrm h-t-. Voftp-lM, tl. 21 W. Ne-ial roun.) trip frts for pi'Tir parties, Uilgtn, rtf , n aj'j-!i'-at!na. I let' rtoii a iio I t, Ksrra, tt Tel. -. HOVE AKTFf for ame esnrtt he-old riH. For fuither partiruiars es.ll at 84 Kiver st.wt 4 FOR PM E-B, gal. ne !.. Black Dismond Rubber Roof Psint; wster, weather, fire and sunproof ; aoi B,s. In bhl. ; t am ready to paint or repsir your ronf. E. L. Den mere, (w-s. Art, ror. Brook sad Fleasaat strain. Brre, y- i4tf FOR 8ALK-ne Fnnl n.n.k,( 1 t-uesr. 1 top aurgy, and I burkbnard; all newly painted and in good eeadiuoa. C. P. Brarkaey. ulwmstown. Vt. U f FTORE FOR E -fr-to-dte general store, stork ard fixtures for sale; rail er write fr dWrtpttoa. i. A Podge. Wilts River. Vu at! Ton KALE A- I n.srt wsd : red eur ruraeteed : eVIivewl at sm Tele. howe :-L Mr. L D. Cele. WUlatawtewa. Mtnt Va STTDERAKER WAGONS ri ran h rti t(,oMt.rirnvrT A.)V. Irr il,IMI Hk I er t . rai a mi. (jmm n Turn we bex-e a r-t Read Carl let lll.Tt. W ANTFIs A twit Msy t. tenewewt of er ' '' "" surety be LH with ewe line of mrans for a family roesin te Vermont (,;Hn. These w ewtrwrtdl foe rear sen. for nvwem en'enTM-es rentrsl i pr " fr'ee le yoa im Irrer thaa we a tnraie . bwwn. they are willing ta pay. kobtnai-n 4) M'Alilekrr I -f I SWK ynsrn.t Hewne4 en by James A hem. it fcix-kweU atreet. ii-f 4STI T To buy thirty h4 of ea'tle tore nut. PL 4. Kmrth. M7 S Hsia aL ; J W A VTTD - . W enrves. wanted at ell lime -. PISSOLimON OF CO-PART-NERSHir. Wewm, wen sli.ll. all IM ; arbaa ewe fnwas as il : we ee ' en ev--raw I IWkiey Ik Mrlatew. erwe SM-tl. iaf j imf for now. A. W. At LF1 friatr A VT Orange fewnry and kr England Tilipasai WORK WANTED Choice S-cd Pol a tocn THtninS t AKTT.n t- wnw-iess M.Imk rw a-e-- Aim4i So " lvl. Kre Is Vm '" -en tbet the n-1"w. i.. Tim aij ! .V, b't"fe eetn ta i . m 1 . I I wave a Irs V m l ml ne 4 ,.t t. i. . w --r- wj ,(.;vtrR WT Iw'tHi Twmy- 1 rwa --4 4 esn an I - s Si.r- 1W any mmn. .-eesee w.il eem- r--v r-i v ea - erwr I "- ne 4 rbe nM vm. ue i-r eeiinn an mmr ana pay au ' f ,mrt-rimm - tv-- w. I -- wee nnd sn. a wew arm i a fa- MARKED DOWN at i, now lino a. M(ormtn I.AVH W"lll AMI .A". T'MHt n--ed ev.n te rmtr ml as wle rnrW fnr "ew www A few eva m4 vn' . tn m-. It wew awnnfl-nend sarfiM. 1m1 --ret " en-ry the n-lr-w.1 ewevne lt-e-e 4 era il Ilia. Tbe re Ms as as gen. " wne and bw a. w. .aiirx mrT Oenge mill and e tnaland Tetewbens b..a Vt. r. r t r.. a. ,W. if4t ree 11. 1't biwr tn ' I r"' . ee- li nw. naarrrr wwe e ..'e f ew tn n wie '- e----e !wv- b m w. n sermg en-e --.M-ew Ar4y a -w . ei 4. t;f A Gentle Reminder I , nw. aw a a h !? n f - el n-W'i -.. AV ai Hmm. la-aw ew-w ! numi, ... tf f asks, W ares era. at sr mm Is I it I. k. 411(11 I. rVwwee r. T tanw. aV I It. -n f er ' Mrs. eaa: asL T7-. r-s end a"' '! an tualra Mei in aes awi www. mm m-mw wew. wn aeo. ejwfw and rheea ei, ea rm wnrey a ii mt aids wedl aaea res aieaan. fme a ew rw wl) ! e,ia Va Inst asii n wn tawn mm mt e a awn ew n-er ki.ewla as we n-n anar ton at. I. f-TEKOl CHICK r-w tfcatl t wr t at weens. !. Trs. s r i JEWELRY 1 wTV-a tOV ftr) 4 Jewrlra. ta aal i RIDE ON RIT.I.ER TIRES el were a tUg I me af mmmw TVed aaiiai art---, t'ns u-(tte r1 iiit tinn - si t rt -t tititft T'ftt n 1t-r l t-oris fiiselar Lew ewe I STATE STtttT as-rrrr.LIR babcock monies COLTON I I retry, rear a . 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