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THE J1AKKK DAILY TIMES, 1IA11IU5, ' - VT., tlllUAY, MAY 21,' 1915.
Why Suffer From Migraine or Sick Headache? USE ANTI-KAMNIA TABLETS' Dr. J. J. Caldwell says that this exceedingly distressing dliMM does Dot shorten lite, but does not appear to be curable. Buffer- rs from ttiti affliction are condemned to undergo the periodical attack! every few weeks until they are forty year of age.after which the attacks are less frequent, and finally disappear entirely. Palliative meas ures during the attack are aP that It Is f osslble to suggest, while care In the diet Is ha best preventive measure. An attack may often be prevented by taking two Antl-kamnla Tablets when the first symp toms appear, and on Antl-kamnla Tablet every two hours during the attack shortens It, eases the pain and brings rest and quiet. Antl-kamnlalTablets may be obtained at all druggists. Ask for A-JC Tablets. Thsy aulokly relieve all Palii. Hotel Lenox LUXURY ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS Rev. Willlum E, Williamson signed as rector of .St. Paul's church in Vtirgennes, to take effect Oct. 1. firacc Unity club of St. Johnsbury will clear about $200 from the two pres. entations of the Tom Thumb wedding, given last week. The . soldiers' monument which lias been given the town of Barnet will be set up in time for the special exercises of Memorial day. Mrs. William Vernier of Wilmington ha received news of the death of her brother, who wan with a British regi ment in the Dardanelles campaign. ECONOMY BOYLSTON and EXETER STREETS BOSTON One block from Copley Sq. and fuwic Library. Convenient to Shopping and Theatre District. All Outside Rooms. Excellent Cuisine. Single Rooms $2. with Bath $2.50 and up (Good Oarages 2 minutes' walk) 1 C. PRIOR, Manager Two minutes from Back Bay Station Ten minutes from North Station A HARD COLD due to a audden change in the weather, exposure or any cause, if neglected may lead to serious lung troubles. Keep Down's Elixir in the medicine cupboard and take before the cold develops into pneumonia, or consumption becomes seated. (Sold everywhere. Advt. Auction Sale AT THE City Auction Market SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915 at 2 and 7 p. m. Dressers, combination dress' ers, iron beds and springs, mattresses, pillows, bureaus, "tables, chairs, rockers, sew ing, machines, piano, organ, oil and gasoline stoves, gas stoves'-"and:; plates, 1 large Glenwood range, 1 Mages hot water front, 1 Acorn range, 2 lawn mowers, 1 small stonecutters' tool box, stone hammers, clocks, 2 go carts, 2 baby wagons, whips, washing machines, a lot of clothing. Lot of miscellaneous goods from a bankrupt stock. The strike is settled, and Ave look for a good business at this Saturday's sale. 0. H, HALE, H Horace Emery of North Monroe, jiist across, the river from Barnet, recently sold a calf, which was less than a year old and weighed 626 pounds, for $54. Beside the case of poliomyelitis in Mid dlebury previously reported, there i is another in, i'roctor, a baby, whose right arm and leg are affected. The child is badly paralyzed.- J. J. Bridget of Brooklyn, X. V., who took a little fishing trip to Sheffield re cently, was arrested there on the charge of having short flsh in his possession and was fined $28.43. . Col. C. D. Rovs of Chicago died Wed nesday on a train en route home from Florida. For years he was attorney for the Lake Shore A, Michigan southern railroad. He was born in V ermont. Leroy L. Burrell, teacher of horticul ture in the Lyndon agricultural school the past year, has accepted a position as superintendent of a farm in Mobile, Ala., and will leave early in June. Eighteen circles of Kings Daughters in the state have presented the new Ainsworth building at the Kurn Hattin Homes in Westminster 19 beds, Silver Cross circle of Randolph .donating twp. STATE MEETING CONG'L W. H. M. U. Twenty-Seventh Annual Gathering in St, Johnsbury May 25 and 26. The 27th annual meeting of tli Con gregational Woman's Home Missionary union of Vermont will be held in .South church, !St. Johnsbury, May 25 and 2(1. Following is the 'program: Tuesday evening, 7 -'30 o'clock (tho Ver mont branch uniting with the Vermont union) Organ; anthem! devotional serv ice, Rev. Paul D. Moody j music, lioys clioiri address, "The Kingdom Is Com ing," Mi Harriet L. Osborne of Foochow, China; address, "The Challenge of the Company in tho Rear," Miss Margaret Slattery; hymn; benediction. Wednesday morning, 0 o'clock Devo tional service, Mrs. John M. Comstock; welcome, Mrs. Paul D. Moody i response, Mrs. W. J. Van Patten and Mrs. M. H. Buckham; greetings,, Mrs. Hastings If. Hart, Mrs. Ida Vose Woodbury and Rev. C. H. Merrill, D. D.; appointment of committees; "The Harvest of the Year" "fn the Field." Mrs. Evan Thomas: "ft the Treasury," Mrs. C. H. Thompson; "Response of the Year," "From the Young People," Miss Marion Gary ; "From the Juniors," Mrs. George C. Fabyan. .Workers' conference from 11 to 12:.')0 o'clock, conducted by Mrs. Hart, presi dent of the national federation; luncheon at 12:45 o'clock. Wednesday afternoon, 2 o'clock Devo Swish! Corns Gone! We Use "GETS-IT!" a Seconds, a Drops Coma Vanish! For everybody with corns, there is In every drug stor in tho land one of tho real wonder of the world, and that's "GETS-IT" for corns I It's the flint and only corn-cure ever known that remove any and every corn or callous "Soma Fosy Trot, M'amaelle, What? Const Cos 7 Y, I U.ed GETS-JT.'" :.l . ll withniit foulitv urlth iMflr kan. lionai service, jvirs. . n. Kicliarns and da(ra, toe harnesses, compelling- salves, irri Patrfick H. Hostler, who lias played at center field on the Rutland high school baseball team, is probably out of the ame for the season, as the result of a fractured knee cap received in an automobile accident last Saturday night. Isaac Aldrich observed his 101st birth day anniversary at his home in Burke, Mav 5. His wife is i4 and, for people of their age, both are in good health. Near neighbors keep a watchful cure over them, but thev prefer to live alone and have done go most of the time for the lat year. Miss Marv Cole, a member of the June graduating class of People's academy at Morrisville. has under consideration an offer of $"it a month, which she has received if she will teach a rural school tnat has been offered her in the Rose-1 bud countrv of South Dakota. Mis' 'ole is yet undecided as to w hat -action ahe will take. - . Mrs. S. T, Brooks; business; report of nominating committee; election of om cers; prayer; solo, Miss Maude Follens by; plan of study for 1015-H5, Miss El len B. Cramton; plan of work for 1915 16, Mrs. Li H. Chapin; address, "A Year's Practice in Countrv Work, Miss Grace Croft; address, with stereopticon views of Schaufller school, Mrs. Hastings If. Hart ; hymn. Wednesday evening at 7:30 ocioc Organ; duet, Mrs. Stiles and Mrs. Bro dien; devotional service, Rev. F. B. Rich ards; music, girls' choir; address, "The Test of Democracy," Mrs. Ida Vose Wood bury; address. "Present Home Mission ary Opportunities," Rev. Cnarles E. Bur ton. L. D.; adjournment. The executive committee of the Ver mont union will meet in the church par lor at 3 o'clock Tuesday, May 25. The executive committee of the Ver mont branch will meet in the church par lor at 3 o'clock Tuesday, May 25. Each auxiliary is entitled to two dele gates and each contributing society to one delegate. Application for entertainment should be made to Miss Caroline D. Ely, 48 .Summer street, St. Johnsbury. tatinar ointmenU. Its applied in two seconds bins', bing two drape, the work is done, the corn shrivels up. your corn agony ends ana the corn leaves forever! All the limping-, the naina that dart to your heart core, the cruel fix ion of having- to wear shoes over screaming corns, the danger of blood poison from making them bleed by unintr knive. razors and cu sore sre gone at hut I "GETS-IT" is the new way, the sure, simple, painless wey. Try it for corns, callouses, warts and bunions. "GETS-IT" is sold by druggist everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence t Co., Chicago, MARSHFIELD. PLAINFIELD. To-morrow night is the night "The Girl of the Golden West." Adv. On Tuesday night, May 25, the Nellie Gill Players will return to MarshHeld with "Merely Mary Ann." This play is beinsr presented this week by the stock company in Glasgow, Scotland. Its ap peal is universal. Adv. All Appeal to Wives You know the terrible affliction that comes to many home from the reault of a drinking husband or on. You know of the money wasted on "drink" that u needed in the home to purchase food and clothing. ORRINE haa saved thousand of drinking men. It ia a home treatment and can be given secretly. Your money will be refunded if, after a trial, it haa failed to benefit. Cost a only 11.00 a box. Come in and get a free booklet and let us tell you of the good OKRIfs'K ia doing. Floyd G. Russell. 161 North Main street. Mrs. Jane Perrin. a native of Berlin. ieil Mav 13 in Morrisville. where she had lived for many years. Mrs. Perrin was born Nov. 8. 1833, one of the five hildren of John and Sarah (Jacobs) lander". In 1K49 she married Ephraim W. Perrin, who died in I !lf. One son as born to Mr. and Mrs. Perrin, who itd in childhood. Auction Sale OF PERSONAL PROPERTY ! As my hrm ia irok" tip and ia order t ae storage, I hate derided to eell at f'liMir aui-tma t the highf-nt bidder nm the irmi-e wlir-re I now lite ia Villiamtow n, a Maia etrw-t, ia the illep, cia Saturday Afternoon, Way 22, t Out a'dock ia tb Aftcraaoa, the fidloaing artulea tvf personal prp--rlyi w i tae I'.ater Open; a. 4 ( ti faafcifwd" Walnut f umitory; 5fa; e-wral Ro,iT; laiwr 4.iair, !W4t j TU-ik r.a'-k; .i,b; Ottoman; fc.t Itsrdwoost Ihnirur Oiarrs; Table; JV- j luree: ev-rsl 0aB,tr uit Iw-J M-a4; Krt"he .eir; Id and Table l.tiwit; aneri) solum Haa4ar4 VTm-k; Winter's Ii'1 ifarr : fuat!ty ( JJ ; Virmra; ,1a Ware; M f li'na and (Wlert; tr4 lap r: w larjr liraea Ktl; ?1"w Stand; pr. V.mgtrin for ve-i !. an4 (Wl; Mrn-ri; frt Jlar; M'm Jar: Taf a4; C aTntef 's t and !!; il M 4 Ijirtbeti and Iron W are. Afl t b atime ia jpw4 fTrfr nd airwnf aam ar m"m -r DT-t f-tmr f artifjw fr.iture. AUn. Z T'.nfrr HifiM; I -wtt ; J IVtneif liarn . ft iwr'r W; 1 ftl- lTn nar; RaU- : Tji-. Talf "1;fn: I "Mi F-atie 1m "Cn. mt atr mhn rtrir t "-ied. Sml" fw e n4 all h wi i- out m J.mif I Mn no fut ttmm f mm au-det-, :r ZZ'A ; ' 1. at ne ,m ra I'ienwa, T . TITtY, -f-i- . t Misa Nettie Paikhurtt of Spritigfu-ld, for several veara employed bv tha pl ingtield Printing company, and George kimoy of Amden, employed by the Windwir Machine companv, had a unique marriage ceremony ierfoimed last Kri- ay att'rnoin while on their ay to lllhiws Kails, where they intended to stet married and surprise their friends, finding a Perkinsville clergyman on the train with them, they decided to have the knot tied then and there, and at Mr. and Mra. IVimey they rt-turned from thrir little trip, the bride to resume her duties in a Npr inglield hool and the (room to bis work in Windsor. The wTret aonn leaked out and they have sine been receiving the congratulations of their friends. i th' ' .i , el l lirmvt Awiii i I NOTICE TO APPLICANTS. The aldermanic Are committeo will conduct examinations at city hall Mon day evening, May 24, at 7:30 o'clock for two vacancies in the Are department. Candidates are, urged to secum applica tions from the city clerk and to be, pres ent promptly at tho hour mentioned above. Aldermanic Fire Committee. - Notice To the Public. ' Having purchased a two-ton truck, 1 am prepared to do all kinds of heavy trucking. For particulars call 243-11. It. Lynn Clark, 20 Long street, BarrJ. BUSINESS CARDS CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING ALSO MANAGER HARRIS ORCHESTRA 24 Patterson Street, Barra, Vt. Tel. 315-H FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will publlih Want, Lost and Found. Kor Bale, To Let. etc. anon anver tieemenUat the rate of four Unas for twenty. Ave cent for the nrat Insertion ana nve cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FARM FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, for good renting nropertyj farms that will keep from 16 to 60 cows: good location. J. Stewart, Northfleld, Vt ot2a FOR HALE Two-tenement houie. rents for tlS, price 11,600 j nice location; plumbing; 6 acres of land on Elm itreet. choice location for building lota or market garden ; property thriving vil age of Randolph. Vt. lieo. t. Howe, 66tl2 25 EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND Concert ORCHESTRA Danes Nelson Street Telephone 30J-M CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA , (Formerly Riley's) PROF. P. F. LANDI. Leader . MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC i. F. and A. C. CARROLL, Baaineas Managers Telephone 41. Barra, Vermont MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING, PRESS ING AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 122 North Main Street Barre, Verment DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN ' OFFICE HOURS : 2 to 4 p. m. Tuesday, Thlinjday, and Satur day ; also by appointment. 14 and IS Blanchard Building Telephone IS r DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 35. Milea Building Telephone Connection Office Hour.: 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1 :80 to 4 p. m., Monday, Tueaday, Thursday and r nday M.J.WHITCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Calls answered promptly day ar night An up-to-date Ambulance la connection EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone 22-l WILLIAMSTOWN. VT. Telephone J8I-2 HELP WANTED WANTED Girl to work in granite office; cne who understands shorthand and type writing preferred. Apply A. B. C, care of Timea office. 8ti COOK AND TABLE GIRL WANTED I want a lady cook, who will get all meals; i steady job ; aba want a table girl : if lady haa girl, will hire bold. Inquire at Uliamatown Hotel. C. H. Corlia. Prop., Wilhametown, Vt ; til. MHS-Sl. 6tf WANTED-A sood man to work on farm, who can drive onea. Apply to "P. T.." Times office. SU WANTED-Boy or girl in office who can take ahorthand and haa had some experience in draughting; state wagea wanted. Addrvn -X." care llarre Daily Times. iU Maria of tha beautiful Magnolia Leave, prepared so that tTiey ara prac tically Indestructlblo. On each wreath, we um 12 waxed rrepe Hoaea, all hlta, pink or yellow, or Dahliaa in whits; ptnk or lavender. Pent, ex preaa prepaid, anywhera In New England on receipt of II. WORCESTl f. KfASS. WANTED-; Middle-aged woman as houae- keper; alao will employ elderly man to milk and do light work on farm. M. C. Cutler. Mnntnelier. tel. 26&-11. Montpelier. SSH FOR SALE OR RKNT Large house, ell and thed and 7 acres of land ; will keep horae and cow; 2 milea to Barre City. MULinc and 5 acrea, nice meadow, Wi miles to city. A S-TENEMENT HOtlfiE that will pay you per cent. 8 NICE TIMBER LOTS. G. H. Smtlle. agent, Montpelier, Vt 62tl2 FOR SALE Or would exchange for farm- tha Mamh.cd hotel. Well equipped and doing- good buslneas. Address C. B. Slayton, Prop.. Marshfleld. Vt tf TO RENT FOR RENT A 7-room eottaaw houie on Hill street; newly painted and papered; hot and cold water, gas, bath. Cummlng Dairy rarm, 'phone 8B2-14. mt FOR SALE Two complete driving rigs, taken In exchange for automobiles, and aa I hae no use for them I will seU them eheap at ones. Inquire at Cutler Brce.' stable. I6U TO RENT Tenement of S rooms to small family; spring and cistern water; part of garden. Apply at 67 Merchant street, .Mary L. Bosworth, 8u TO CWTll, l I.. i. r- block. Apply to R. S. Currier. sotf FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Bv riav or week. aDecial attention aient; especially clean and . up-to-date; lo cated In business section of city. Also help furuiahed for all kinds of positions. Any one looking for tha above, call and sea us. Capital Employment Agency, 104 .Vain St, tel. 79-M, Montpelier. Vt 60t2e TO RENT Tma In !?... LII. Inquire of G. L. Woodworth. hi w.i,!n.nn street; tel. 62-4. agtf SALE OR RENT Cottage house, 6 rooms, bath, pantry, sleeping porch, gas. electricity, furnace heat; Eaat street; rent. 818.00. 27tf TENEMENT Foster street ; rent, 8 00. 27tf TENEMENT Branch street; rent, 612. 27tf TENEMENT Beckley court; rent, 29. 27tf SALE OR EXCHANGE Farm in Williams town. 27tf telephone 814-2 ' H. A. PHELPS CO. Miles Block AH Ready! Income from the Start! Where Is the Man? Are You Going to Be the One to Obtain These Ex ceptional Valups? Just the Time of Year to Buy! NO. 877 10 cows, pigs, hens, tooli, wood, etc. : all included at only S2.cuu.uu ; iso to 14U acres : wood enough to pay for all and I plenty for the farm ; good 6-room house with wide porch; well painted inside and out; horsebarn elaoboarded and painted ; good cow- barn and silo; new henhouse, large enough for 200 hens ; he house ; the tillage lays nearly leva); this is a bargain at the price. 44tf NO. 840 One-man farm, 80 acres, suitably divided ; good comfortable set of buudings ; mile to school, e'-j milea to Montpelier; price, including 8 head of stock. 2 ealvea, 2 horses, brood aow. 16 hens. Dc Laval cream separator. cream cans, 2-hone farm wagon, express wag on. Concord buggy, pung sled, heavy mowing machine, rake. nlow. harrows, cultivators, nsr- laa. etc.. all for 83,000.00. . 44U NO. 679 112 acres, stock and tools, 2 miles from Rochester station, only 13,200.00; a vtfy desirable placa; buildings all in good shspe; all the tillage except Mi acre is worked by machinery; fences good; fruit and sugar or- chards with the farm, the owner wanta tc sell 6 cows, 6 calves, and tools complete; It is a bargain at 'be price. 44tf One of the best homes in Barre. Juat on the outakirta 8'i acres of land. 1 acre in straw- berries, modern 8-room house, lighted, hard wood floor, and all natural wood nnieh: barn 20x24, extra good; good cellar; spring water; wide porch; 12' to 15 fruit trees; a fine home, minutes walk from scnaoi. ana pemaps is minutes walk to business section ; once, SI.- Ouo.40; might exchange for fe.rm. 44tf NO. 820 To exchange for larger farm : one of those desirable small properties just outiade the city ; 6 minutes to earline and handy to atonesheda ; 2 miles from Barre City ; extra good buildings : 10 to 15 acres of land; a dandy place for poultry and mar ket gardening,; henhouse for 150 hena excel lent water at house and barn; lota of fruit Pplea. bernea, etc. ; will keep 6 or s head f atork: barn is 24x40, clspboarded and painted has basement ; price right Will ex change for farm of BO to 75 acres In good location. This will please you. 44tf It ua ahnw rau a modern, uo-to-date 10- room house on one of our beat streets ; ia eon- dered by some to be the beat house in Barre; rica Is right TO RENT Two front rnnma .nit. hi. . offices ; comer of North Main and ftranlt streets. Apply at Creamery, 800 North Main street - mit TO RENT Lower tenement on Quarry street, with barn and earriagehouse, for small family; lt miles from Barre City; terms moderate for the summer. Mrs. Catherine Per nn, box 72. R. F. D. No. 4. 184tf SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT Inquire of De. O. G. Stickney, Washington street 286tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Three richly bred registered Holatein bulls, grandsons of Pontiac Korn dyke, ready for service; marked mostly white; one from a 23-lb. dam W. B. Dodda 41 Son. North Hero, Vt 68t26 ON ACCOUNT OF HAVING mora stock than we can pasture, we have for ul s and 8 heifers, about 18 mo. old ; also 80 White Leghorn hens. Cumming Bairy Farm, 'phone 82-14. . sstf PIGS FOR SALE Five weeks old. Townsend. WUiiamatown, Vt H. C. 57t8 FOR SALE One lawn mower In good con dition, for sale cheap. Inquire at 24 Academy 'tret 66tf FOR SALE New pool table at honest price and in good condition, all equipped. For ad ditional information, inquire over telephone to 28-12. Klt FOR SALE A pair of 8-yr.-old heavy work horses, weighing 2,800 lbs. ; a 8-yr.-old colt, weighing 1,200 lbs., a good one; 1 heavy 2-horse wagon, with body and hayrack; 1 nearly new pr., work harneuea ; dumpcart and sled. Inquire of Clarence Moulton, upper Washington street Barre, Vt 66tf PRIVATE SALE of household furniture ; Glenwood stove, heater. refriirratir t at Mrs. J. Baigrie's, 6 Warren street. 54t FOR SALE Boxing boar As for sn),.H. A. Tomaai, 12 Merchant street, tel. 177-W. 66t6 FOR SALE Recleaned. nlumn. arnnri viM. ing seed barley. M. L. Towne, tel. 214-6. Barre, Vt Ktf EARLY CABBAGE PLANTS FOR BiI - Alao red cabbage and Savoy, cauliflower and aster planta ; orders delivered In any part of city or town. James Edwards, 9 Prospect avenue. 84t6 FOR SALE A 7.h. n. gasoline ernrln. r.ill. son make; new saw-rig; will sell cheeD. Call on H. S. Clark, Orange, Vt ; Peoplea 'phone. 63t6 ECLIPSE CORN PLANTER;? At sis sn 817.60 and 818.50; come and see. A. W. Allen Co. 82tf FOR SALE A 4-VaaMld nan, rcU .11 broke ; safe for lady to drive ; also a rubber tired top buggy, together with driving har ness. Inquire at 101 Mie.le avenue. 6L'tf FOR SALE Coach nunniea. 7 weeks H Dick Batchelder,' Plainfield. Vt 47tf Tn Hoine hitslneaa with tta. you not only have the advantage of our wide experience, but of our I branch offices aa well : we can auit you mm our laree lwt of nrooertiea. Buy throuich ua and obtain what you want at the right price. Auction work at reasonable rates. THE 0. A. PERRT REAL ESTATE AGENCY BARRE. VERMONT Reeais t snd S, HewUnd-Csre Building WANTED -26 carpenters at once for con crete form work on new commercial building. Montpelier : union wages. Apply to H. II. Howie Construction Co., Montielier. 64t2 WANTKO AT ONCE - Kint-claae sawyer. Apply to Jones nras. I e- g ramie 4tf PITH. NfRSES wanted at the Taunton State Hopiial Training School for Nuraea. Inr particulars, addrvwa Dr. Arthur V. (naa. I Supt, Taunton State Hospital. Taunton. Maaa. sxtr MIXED STRAWBERRY PLANTS Th. k. kinds, 60e per hundred. 81.60 per 600, 88 per 1.000; Cuthbert rasnberry nlanta. 26s for 12. A. A. Storrs. Eaat Bethel. Vt 48tl6 FOR SALE By gal. or bbl.. Black Diamond Rubber Roof Paint; water, weather. Are and stinproof ; 80T lbs. to bbl. ; I am raadr to paint or repair your roof. E. L. Dens more, Gen. Agt, cor. Brook and Pleasant streets, Barre. Vt 84tf WORK WANTED WANTED 8lrflo ranher and tvniat want I IKBitiun. Addreaa D , care of lima onVe. S4t uMmff&fTi ,,, .;, iri F.Nf.lKFKR WANTS lW)S!TIONTfiir f r jriwr irircm mm ftlatmnary tmrtntw. Kintt-rlaiist rvlcrvncm if dirpi. ffiquin Mtrr to ' 'Inrinwr," car Tiima office. Mli' Tho Beat Fertilizer tor an Mil l tha one that aiiftptlea tha prop. mica that tha aoU latka. Pert Hirer that la good la on aoctloa) of tha country la oftea a faiU ara la other placea. DURLIKGTOII ANIMAL FERTILIZER as adewttfts ptawt 6aa1 ate. , VVCsji frMsf) 91m TG&WCtM af I MsF ffaJgaJsJrrtB)J a6faatjja I geevt, tefrctfcer- vltl ttss I avatwr asf klgk Htsi mmt m4 SMd sa Has 6 Il'HUIaTCltCmCISCl asHtnrt4Mv W r 1. flark. rte-r. yy. i. a, V. KtntH. XL T, r. ljttK l.niit l. H. V. !, dVi A. V. I a'C. .- f.-i4 1 t H. r. f-tt. F-iMii tt A- artflB. '. T,'t L f V.r. Iet f-rrj-:-r. Xt, Vermont Real Estate and Insurance Co, Barre and Montpelier, Vermont Why don't you buy this? It is a Rood one 1SI-S1-H7 rrm near WararSeld. plenty i4 tillag : a fne fade for inraw with a awv.ll eapttal ; iHft inrlvl'ng IS ron, 8 rnrso. U cf roung etock and other personal prrierty, aswanttng ta all tm 8-.&00- price onlr 64.0OU. 162- A Now the strike is settled, own your home tine evrttarr famee ia Parre ea Rranalya street; rnnma. all ta fair roaditwa ; txire oalg 11 S". 1 63- H A stood small home with about 1 1 acres of land only 1 mile from Montpelier A fne tWw for wtarVet rerewing and emu It re ; pimrt will kr e 6 row, thai la a nne rwwnee; pure, 6 .'" . teres wr. Ix-t us help you buy or sell your property Pl.VMIUNC AND POI-DFRING-I am prw. tred to (to ail kinds of plumbing fofe end all acjldertng work. A. MrHaffie, Durkee p'are, telephone II! W 8MIIIlf LOST AND FOUND I.OT Thyrlay r;fiiiiit. oa rm4 h6M6afi W hinrta-Tfi anti ajaait hm rra, a tadwa' rwd tai(r. I itirW piM notify mr rvura t VrAHttirK tm, t-aat l-nrr : rrjrar4. Mtt UNION PHOTO STUDIO VOI R PHTfRES TAkEN PAT OR MCRT. IAIN OR fHIM Uile You Wait t I OR lie. rOR 16 811 SOUTH MAIN ITIUT BARRE. VT. J.J. DASHNER Real Estate Agent NO. 2S4 I have something to offer yon which I. aa .Kr.nLinna.1 offer in farm nrooeriy. It k located on the main highway from Marsh-1 field and as 6 miles from t railroad stations: about 40 sens is tillage and the balance ia good, clean pasture land and plenty of wood land: there about 125,000 ft af soft wood: plenty of hard wood, end t acres of nice r tt- tliw nlare: the land la very frsa from atone and ledgta ; there a good fruit errhard and a larew surer orchard, all equipped: there are X bam. I 40xS6 and 1 4:'2l: 1 abed, basement and chlckenhouee : all buildings in good repair: this place will keep about IS cows and tram : lu-room houee In s-ood condition ; water at house and bare ; only H anile to school house and aaw-mill : the price St 62.806, and the stark and tools can be purchased at a rery reasonable ns ara. 44tf NO. SS6 Herw is a rood opportunity for someone a aw wants to make some money keeping summer bnardeea: 16-room otta la a ni little tow a. whe lot of people ge to epen4 the summer: there la about 6 acres f land with the place, and a rood bam with 16 stalls er more: thai at a road opening for the right party : this property eaa be bought rtght owing to illneaa. 44tf NO -Vire new rottae riarht In the eh : baa 7 rooma end bath ; all fnlahed In hard wood: elertne lirhta ; I veranoaa, front and aide; aa extra good value at the rirM pnea. 44tf STUDEBAKER WAGONS r ARM TRUCK. FARM WAGONS, DELIVERY WAGONS. EXPRESS WAGON'S with 1 er t eeets. ROAD WAGONS. CONCORDS AND TOPS. We have a good Road Cart for 818.76. You will surely be pleased with our line of Harneaa. These we contracted for a year aga, and the pnre to you la lower than wa eaa buy for now. Come and see. A. W. ALLKN COMPANY Orange Ceanty and New England TsJepbesies MARKED DOWN All. PLOWS. HARROWS. SMOOTHERS, LAND ROLLERS AND GARDEN TOOLS marked down to eioae out and snake room for new good, A few extra good valuea ta near--ly new second-hand machines. Don't forget that we carry the anginal genuine ErHpe Cera Planter. There ere none "Just aa good." Com end See A. W. ALIEN COMPANY Orange Ceanty aad New England Telephones ! JEWELRY i Wlea TOU vast a fnte of Jewelry, rem ia anl e est fplfiflii iifT.lajr. NO M? - Ansrttwe wood farm wrotwwltioa. containing 68 errs; mly 4 -t wiilea to fterra. 1 1, wttlas to railroad Hallow, short dtstanre to orhoot. ereawieiy end aaw-entll : a hoot 86 arras tiller : baJaare nee rlraa rwature land 1 tsrs. 8041. with 14 ctaarhion. efcedi Kof bant, rhk-ketihowee, (sn4 fruM aerbard arHb 8s arple arid plwm trmm : e-ood S-rwrwr hasja. water at the twmse and hara : wa R F. D rout i from riainftel. aad teleparwe eewwaetira. T1e are atl r""d va'oea. end tv a- j ether pmpnsrtHw vhsrk wiiaht interest yew. j 1. I. ItAaajxrt Raw S. . ia, BjH,,(-m Hl4g, ttarre Illy, C Tri. ess. RIDE ON RUBBtR TIRES W Carry a Rig Lin af Rekber-Tired Baggies RrRstER-TIRFD CONTORDS RI'HBKR-TIRFD OPEN aiGCIEI RL KBER-T1RLD TOP BUGGIES Pepalar Lew pricea COLTON 4 STATB STREET MONTPELIER n e II I I 3 y I O. J. DODGF, The Jf!er j T " ""' 111 i t aa Weta Street X ' I SM Agesel fee "BsSa Aasvrtraa 6a Barra j j sssaaaaaaaBBsaaaaaaaaBaBasassjssassaaBaaa WANTED A VTf f rwc . fatten Wbeatna. sMev viee taa.. P. n 6tf . IX THE STUD AT MONTPELIER. T. . ALDEEN 363G0 RACE TRACK RECORD 2:09i. HALF-MILE TRACK Flanda 16 Hard. Weigh lf0 pound - ' I rrr ir-rr f-i- ia tvt t u-. -rme rr I -ttt 4i t u-, humim :ir 1 rnT sitnti t t, wi tr . I BI'ilAXD USUI 8:lt 6.IX ssrit ir, AH winnirsr rare4rk rrcfrda. mcr hivlf-mile track. For particular, rit? or tflcr-hone 1 MM 2 A. W. DALY, MONTPEIJER, T. ! rEURV 5c NOONAN EXCELLED FUNERAL ITR.M5IILNGS IIfjpitAl Amlulanc Striict tt'trr6ta a.t 1 1' srwsnt r vast art ipot . barb Fire Insurance I rr pre cnt f4?vcn tn of the larpeft and best Stock and Mutual Fire Inrar ancc Companies. A?k for rates. aTfl Y mm e atir rU went (a mmr mm (TorSera Wrr-t lM " ft Piiei s Kuasr Ummm. Btea r te. 14 f.:ra at" t. Mf BABCOCK BUGGIES EVTRYBOnY KNOWS ABOtT B ABCOTTC PI't.lK.S. THFV HAVK THE lAMOI'S "HAPPY THOl'GHT- ffRlNOS fON T BIT A BM.tjY TILL YOU HAVE fLEN OL'R BIG ASSORTMENT COLTON STATE STREET MONTPELIER POULTRY AND EGGS rix-.s ma r-rrrTa-TWeaje-bbtwd tewbern aad hoe Orj.me-tofi. at TS a ting ef 16. r 86. Batoa. SaL a6-ll. Bertw. Vf. '48 B C. BtTT ORrrVirTOfSJ-rew for baV4. roe - 4 r-ne eneted fnea the let ra twj t bi tiwr Jet. !4; let aad 2d fww at Monrpeiier. 1S16. J. P. tmla ltf r. rnon R I tl M for I t Hwe : pertal I-rvw by ttie fanaiwa R6D PRI7B BTOCE . tl A fw It; A. P. AMstl. 6tf i timn to sit tMir rrnt i rsMWl in A -I eoe-'" : ';t wr !'4 A-Ma . Itme tmn. tvs- f Var aalea karawst tea SS year ea tli . gr-wSK. I a -(Ml ml krawd a t6V Cigars 6a Saw eerti. rartaea. ataawtwaaee. . U. J. W. DIUjOX I aw ft 6karft tmrm. I t WANTED ArrnmRter 27 '.f00 pi)d of Vtrmont Ju?e: CTParmry butter. For rcifiC- tion Hlj to Itt T. Har.W, ' late irchir,f? tfert, M-r.t-pclier. Vt. SB" a arr-r-ta . a SB. f tmnmnmm S aw t i p aa lit a fa-witr ' 111 t a 1 - f aB.,ia, a , m.Te er ...n i tn-Mi twy a wiJng w fwy smw a sa.a tv A Gentle Hcmindcr mrw tt ra www. e V ers. S si aa ta sjens, wwe esjj ed et im msm. lw-s eea ' ef" - tm tttrm arw, wt aWaeat geeiaw asd aweea a sjnseia. ttmtl b. sw wbe H) waal wswR W leal twtww WW ts a- fee e tw a bwer. P-- tn ssajwi (a saew are tewew. lt-T yxttM we tm-m H I. STtKOfTfICK iat sistr. 9 ? C m flr-af 6RBw-JF -sin