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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, J1A11KE, VT., SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 11)15.
a, ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS At tha St. Albans rout room MO out of-town women- registered during th month of Alny. making total of 0, 480 since the room was opened Feb. 2, 1014. ' Charles Lontin, ft B. A M. section man, whose home is in Derby, wan struck by a train in Orleans Monday, receiving a broken arm and many outs about the bead, neck and shoulders, lie is in critical condition. Only one veteran of tha Civil war is left in fcherbiirne, although that town sent 70 young men to the front. Not all are dead, but all the others have lsft the place, excepting one.. In Swan ton, the numbers of vetorans has been re duced from nearly 100 to ten. Henry Town, overseer of the poor in Danby, was seriously injured between that place and Granville, I. i ., re . ccntly, when his horse, stumbled and fell, throwing him out of the wagon, the animal kicking him. He had three broken ribs, one of which punctured a lung, and his condition at first was critical. He was found by the roadside and was un conscious for 48 hours. Frank Wic, employed in the dyeing department of the Wtnooski woolen mills, slipped, Wednesday, as he was moving the wool in one of the vats, and one leg as far as the knee was plunged into the boiling liquid. He was badly scalded. RESOURCES OF SOUTHERN RIVERS. United States Geological Survey Pub lishes Stream-Flow Records of Low- er Mississippi River Basin. Measurements of stream flow have been made by the United States Geological Survey at about 3,000 points in the United States, and also at many points in small areas in Seward peninsula and the Yukon-Tanana region, Alaska, and in the Hawaiian islands. In July, 1913 1,388 gauging stations were being mam tamed by the survey and the ce-operat ing organizations, and many miscellane ous discharge "measurements were made at other points. In connection with th work data were also collected in regard to precipitation, evaporation, storage res ervoirs, river profiles and water power i many sections of the country and are available in the regular water-supply pa pers issued by the geological survey. One of these reports, entitled "Surface ater Supply of the Lower Mississipp River Basin, 1913" watt r-supply paper 357), bv Robert Follanshee and G. Gray, contains records of the flow of riv ers in the Arkansas, Yazoo and Red river basins, trihutf.rv to the lower Mississippi during 1013. Forty-one stations were maintained in the basins of these rivers during the year. The Arksnifns river records cover the principal upland tribu taries in Colorado, together with Cana diun river in New Mexico and White river in Arkansas and Missouri. The record in the Yazoo river drainage basin were procured in co-operation with the Tails hatcbie drainage commission and are of fundamental importance in connection with drainage work in this fertile delta region. the wort in New Mexico was done in co-operation with the state en gineer. IMPROVING TI E LAWN. A LusiUnU Mystery. What were the instructions sent bv wireless by the admiralty in London to the captain of the Lusitania and received bv him as he neared the Irish roast T Writing from London under date of May II, George . pmalley, veteran eorra spondent, whose letters Andrew D. White places among the best produced during his lifetime by any journalist, saysi " cabled yesterday that the admiralty is sued instructions which, if obeyed, would nave saveil the Lusitania. The de spatch probaMv did not get by the een or. On the day the cablegram vs filed the first lord f the admiraltv in the House of Commons ssid: "We sent warn Ings to the Lusitania and direction as to her course. More than that ha would tint say, except that "In no circumstances will it be possible to make publie the naval dispositions for patrolling the ap proaches to our coast." At the inquest the Lusitania' raptain was asked if he carried out the special instructions be received from the admiralty. He replied. "Yea. to the bet of my ability." He re ferred the inquisitor to the admiralty for the instructions themselves. Now Mr. Smaller writes that he has come Into fesion of the admiraltv' in struction and that, although he cannot make them public, still in hi judgment. "they completely relieve the admiralty from all blame in connection with the Lusitania." What were those instruc tions Boston Herald. Repair, Improvement and General Man agement Considered By Experts. The improvement of an old lawn is a very much more difliuult problem than establishing a new ono. lu many cases it is impracticable to attempt the improve ment of an old lawn that is in bad condi tion, uay the specialists of the U. S. de partment of agriculture. However, if a reasonably good turf obtains, it is pos sible to better it materially by reseeding, fertilizing and watering. In the major ity of cases improvement is desired in the spring, since at this season many bare spots are in evidence as the result of the preceding winter. If the area to be improved are small, they can be hand worked and reseeded with little difficulty. If thev are large, it is usually advisable to spade them up, work thoroughly and seed, as in the case of starting a now lawn. In any event, reseeding should be done early in the spring with a liberal quantity of the mixture before described When the stand ot grass is thin over the entire lawn or a greater portion of it, a special seeder equipped with sma disks lias been found very satisfactory for cutting the seed into the sod an thereby ..producing favon ble condition for germination and subsequent growth In the parly spring, However, the soil is usually loose as a result of the freezing nd thawing and is in sufficiently ope condition to permit the seed to be eov ered with little difficulty. After seeding, if the ground has become quite dry, roll ing is usually beneficial. Care should be aken when mowing or watering the new ly seeded areas to avoid disturbing th young grass. This caution always ap plies in a measure to fall seeding, al though there is not so much danger of damage in the case of the latter. Fertilizing. The management of the lawn after it once established is an extremely lm portant matter, and there are a few gen eral practices that should be followed carefully, beginning in the early spring, the first thing to do is to remove with a rake the top dressing that has been ap plied the fall before. After removing this it is usually advisable to apply some fertilizer, even tho.igh the soil is al ready reasonably fertile. One of the very best fertilizers for the lawn in the spring is nitrate of soda, but on account of its quick action and its caustic effect, ex treme caution should be used in its appli cation. Five pounds of nitrate of soda are sufficient for 1.000 square feet of lawn, and if applied in solution with the watering pot and the grass tnen thor oughly watered with a hose, there is lit tle danger of scalding. Bone meal is probably the best commercial fertilizer to use on a lawn, considering the dan ger from the misuse of nitrate of soda. Rone meal can be used without taking anv special caution in its application. as it is in no way injurious to the grass. Light pounds to 1,000 square feet Is a liberal application. Any commercial fer tilizer that is used should be appneu early in the spring when the grass be gins to grow. In fact, bone meal can he used to advantage every month during the growing season, except perhaps July and August. Fertilizing through the sea son is especially beneficial in keeping the grass stimulated at times when it would otherwise be more or less inactive. Pul verized limestone as a top dressing is very helpful, and an application of this substance can be made either in the fall winter or spring. Lime corrects the acid ity of the surface soil and is useful in checking the growth of moss and va rious other plants that are detrimental to the grass. BUSINESS CARDS FOUR LINES FOR 25c CHAUNCEY G. HARRIS The r -, n Found. For Sal, To ubllah WsnU, Lost and o l-.et, te. -snore aaver- PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING ALSO MANAGER HARRIS 0RCHE8TRA 24 Pstterssn Street, Barr. Vt. Tel. HI-M EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND Cencert ORCHESTRA Dsnce 2S Nelson Street Telenhsn SOJ-M tisementsat the rate of four lines for twenty. five cent for the Amt Insertion and nv cents for men subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Lakeside Farm 100 Acre Equipped", $2300 Borders on of the moat beautiful la km In N. E. j only short distance out from high school ; store, churches and adv. ; near neigh bora ; cud 20 tons hay : spring-watered pas ture ; estimated 1,000 cda. wood besides spruce m.A - . . L. 1 1 - I U 1 . L- .. L. L.t In CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA i'tZ r$ .ppi. ti 7.u. , ,, , I pears, grapes and berries; 10-room House witn To the California Expositions NATURE'S EXPOSITION ROUTE VIA THE CANADIAN ROCKIES tab) you through America' Switzerland three mountain rang in fact, exceeding many time in size, in grandeur, and in number of imposing snow-capped peaks, those of the European Alps. Then, if the "Lure of the Mountains" impels you to break the journey, at Banff, Lake Louise, Field, Glacier and Revelstoke are splendid hotels of Canadian Pacific Railway standardnone better. Travel by the CANADIAN PACIFIC ' No Extra Charge for Stop-over Privilege . Lk Louto turn. 332 Washington Street, Boat m 4,.VJi-.: S Oil ft. Full ducripUon in the ma 1915 Pacific Coast Tours folder. riJi E. F. L. STURDEE meet. General Agent Passenger Department Canadian Fuibfl tfailwaV A."'.-! t.MWiWruU iK'te'ii '2f Vsneauvsr J frr-P il T&mtWmmmm " Tluwtfk the Cndi, Rockie." '.'.''.tA'.'.--.-.!!- 'Vi McCullough an Affable, Accessible Man. Though not a native Vermonter, ex Gov. John (J. McCullough, whose death occurred in New York last Saturday, was nevertheless a man who became losely identified with the interests of the state from the time when as a young man of 38 years of age he came to North Bennington. The famous gubernatorial campaign of 1902 ending in Air. McLuI lough election by the legislature is still fresh in the memories of ermonters, Previously he had been chosen delegate from Vermont to the Republican nation al convention in 1SS0, 1888 and 10UO, and as senator from Bennington county in 1808, when he served as president pro tem of the Senate. hx-Gov. McCul lough visited Waterbury at different mes and is recalled here as an affable ccessible man interested in all matters tfecting, the community. Waterbury Record. GOODYEAR e. assjohohio Fortified Tires No-Rlm-Cul Tires-"OB-Air" Cvrmi With AU-WmUm Treads erSoMeB COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF ANDREW M. MORRISON The undersigned, having been appointed hr th honorable probata court for the district of Washington. COMMISSIONERS, to receive. examine, and adjust the claims and demand of e,U persons against th estate of Andrew M. Morrison, lute or trie city ol Harne, in said di tnct, deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby gin notice Uiat we will meet for Jhe purpose aforesaid, at the office of H. J. Slayton, in the city of Barre, in said district, on the 18th day of June and 16th day of August next, from IS o'clock m. until o clock n. m . on each of said days, and that six months from the iiilh day of May. A. D. 1H16. is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Barn City, this 28th day of Mar. A. D. 1916. G. E. MOODY, H. C. LEONARD, Commissioners. Msy 29 June S-1J (Formerly Riley's) PROF. P. F. LANDI, Leader MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC 3. F. and A. C. CARROLL, Business Managers Telephone ill, Barre, Vermont MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING, PRESS ING AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 1122 North Main Street Barre. Vermont DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN urjriiE HOURS: 2 to p. m. Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur day; also by appointment 14 and II BUnehard Building Telephone 13 DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room IS, Miles Budding Telephone Connection Office Hours ! 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1 :80 to 4 p. m., Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday M.J.WHITCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Calls answered promptly day er night An up-to-date Ambulance in connection EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone IZM WILLIAMSTOWN. VT. Telephone I8M running water, good cellar: 40x60-ft. barn, with cellar, silo and running water; shed, piggery, ice, sugar and poultry houses ; large maple shad trees, fine view; woman owner cannot care for it and at the same low price of 12.300, part rash, she will throw in horse, cow, calf, poultry, and a complete outfit farm tools, machinery, wagons, harnesses and sugar-making outfit ; picture of bldga. all details and travel lag instructions pag 85, "Strout'l Farm Catalogue No. 88," write for your free copy. E. A. Strout Farm Agency, Station 294 Washington street, Boston, Mass. 70tl TO RENT -LTt0JKKN''Nir nw "-room eottag. var. ,h.,: ,,,'nt' brn- rden, cement collar.' electric lights, inquire at lis Mapl. clty- ' 49LS" FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT-G.ntlemait .rdi-NTl8!!,,lJ ""' with bath and V w. iiu" Wl" tw0 PPl Mrs. Bell "!' " Terrace avenue. ttit h12 BE.NT-Sulto of two rooms In Currier block. Apply to R. 8. Currier. jfttl FURNISHED ROOMS TO RtfNTR ot week, special attention given to tran. slent: esDecuillv .nw .. jr; ," . . . I " ssu Ufi-wunvwi IV caUd in business section of city. Also help furnished for all kinds of positions. Any. one looking for the above, call and see us. rJfp J'"i;lo"""t Agency, 104 .Vain St., tel. 7S-M. Montnelier. Vt xn.-xe WVMi. TO RENT Twn mnm. I. t-... Inquire of G. L. Woodwnrth. &7 u..i,i . street; tel. 62-4. .. FOR SALE FOR SALE flood n.u, miu . , . , - - a, uuavf mu acajuifjejai able pric. Inquire of A. Brusa. 1& HoH FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 16-cow farm in Granville. Vt. : nice sugar orchard, also appl orchard; good buildings with running water; farming tools: partly stocked; large quantity of wood and lumber ; would exchange for city or village property. Address George I F. Lackey or tel. 278-W, Montpelier, Vt. 66tf FARM FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for good renting property ; farms that will keep from 15 to 50 cows : good location. 3. B. Stewart, Northfield, Vt 56t26 SALE OR RENT Cottage house, s rooms, bath, pantry, sleeping porch, gas. electricity, furnace heat; East street; rent, 118.00. 27tf TENEMENT Foster street ; rent. $9.00. 27tf TENEMENT Branch street; rent, $12. 27tf TENEMENT Beckley court t rent, $9. 27tf SALE OR EXCHANGE Farm in Williams town. 27tf TWcphon 3141 H. A. PHELPS CO. Miles Block BUY NOW! These Will Not Remain Long on the Market! street. 6W FOR SALE Shetland pony and outfit. A. H. Burke, 117 Summer street. 68 tS TWO-PASSENGER METZ CAR FOR SALE 1914 model, in fin condition, 4 cylinders. Vf?, "K""- eelf-starter, 2J-horeepower. cost 1615 ; low pric for a quick sals. J. A. Bond, at Buisell Hotel, Barre. FOR SALE A horse 8 y. old ; good driver and good saddle horse ; weigh about 900 lbs. I fearless of anything; this is a dandy; also buggy and harness. C. Berrini, R. F. D. 4. B". Vt- 68tB3 AUTOMOBILE rrin mi rn. . sickness, I wish to sell my Buick runabout: v a m penect condition, and I will give a low once on .am f., immt-t. jt . R. Osborne, East Barre. ggtf Auction Sale AT THE Real as tats ewners bow epea your eyes. Investigate, study sad thus become wise. To the fact that City Auction Market SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915 at 2 and 7 p. m. NO. 93gEAST MONTPELIER FARM practically village farm, one of th kind you would like and not th kind usually on th market ; circumstances make it necessary for the owner to dispose of this exceptionally desirable farm; 110 acres, 40 acres of which is almost level tillage : no stone or led ires, and good soil ; balance pasture and woodland : est! mated 200,000 ft. soft wood ; figure what this s worth within a few rods of saw-mill: bui.'dutga consist of an extra good 9-room house; z barns, with wsrm stables, silo: run ning water at house and barn ; only a few minute walk to school, stores, creamery, railroad station, and from SO to 40 minutes' drive to Barre; with the farm, the owner would like to sell 15 extra good cows, 4 or 6 head young stock heavy work team, pigs, hens, a complete set of fsrming tools, all ready for business ; you will like this ; call at office and see photos of buildings. 67tf NO. 95S-YOU WILL FIND IT HARD TO EQUAL THIS VALUE: 40 acres. 2- lor house with ell, large barn, shed for tools, etc., within 1 mile of 2 good villages ; the tillsg lays nearly lev), extra good soil ; good pasture; small sugar place with some tools; fruit: good water: will carry 4 or 8 rows and team ; is partly stocked ; everything goes at $1,300.00. 67tf NO. 948 45-ACRE PLACE. 1 mile from Ct11 it- f T 1-i e'ty limits; ctr fine set of buildings: good btlll It COmeS! Large lOtS early land: wood for use of farm: buildings U,,U1A U4- eost $3,700.00 only a few years ago: a fine Ul 1IUUOC11U1U gUUUS (.11 dt aiC small farm anl just the place for a man to be sold at this sale : Beds, th. umVp.w $4!oooVh c,tr prt7tf HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE, such as stoves, tables, chairs, bureaus, commodes, chiffoniers, pictures, rugs and carpels, clocks, iron beds, springs and mattresses, wrimr.. .re.fnK?7m'?r Call at 46 Mapl avenue. teL S68-M. 7t RESTAURANT FOR SALE-With 10 rooms, all furnished ; everything in first-class shape, doing fine business in one of the best towns in the state; I am sailing because I have other business and am obliged to sell soon. C. S Shepard, Bethel Lunch, Bethel, Vt. 67t FOR SALE-Stonecutters' kit. in good con. ditaon; also kit of cemetery lettering tools. Hi "';,W?.t"B,n' B,rr' vt Richardson road ; tel. 878-M. 68tt FOR SALE A new s-mnH r.i.nn . , . L gain. For further particulars apply to "H R.." care Times office. . . cc... NINETY-FOUR HEAD OF BREEDERS .t meat pricesBarred Plymouth Rock and Roc Comb R. L Red 1 and 2-year-old hens, year-old cockerels, pen ( white Indian Runner ducks and drake. 2 small henhnuu.. 1 k& i flvin. with scratch shed 6x8 attached; good stock: good reasons for selling. W. H. L. Hood Corinth, Vt same.'. FOR SALE Baby carriaa in am tion ; will sll cheap; also a child's high chair. Inquire of Mrs. Maud v.mh.n n. v. Beckley Hill. " " gV.'i FRIENDLY SLAP FATAL. Frederick Thompson Exonerated of Caus in Chum's Death. Psn Francisco, June 5. A dejerted man stepped upon a train for New l ork res terJar. He coincf swsr to try to forget thst his slap nn the hack in prret ng had killed one of his best friends. Frederick Thompson, once famous mtisement promoter, was aHniit to (fain new success in Ins newest lilea. "loy land," at the San Francisco fair. Thomp son had the habit of playfully and vig orously slapping liis actisintarces upon the bark when he erected them. He thus accosted Thomss h. Hiiphes former secretary of the Iste "nig Tim Sullivan of New York. Flucjhes dropped dead. Thompson was exonerated Ihurs- ir nipht of any intention of harming his friend. Sink Some Capital and secure an assured income t purchase of an anntntv. No finer -rice for old spe than that piven hr an adequate in come. Writ fw rate. National jfe Ins. te, of Vt. tVlutnsl.t . si. Ital 1rd. rferel a?ent, Usrcw omldinr Montpelier, Vt. IN BOSTON ?w 0 house: ffm ( ywt)Mlt I- fEHmajb. ar rsj 1s " akfta) fcaaae! .- ' 4 ?.,4 9mf f i -fw-tl I Ufr- Uf II- ' ! Mew fA Mtsk i totnistzzr Vis wfl? wg e wen f ww e- r '."' '""v ia ---- Bf-.- p tsl rt. r.ii s Bw. a rjei , -- t - - S , .-- is 1 1 Cf t: BEAUTY MORE THAN SKIN DEEP. Good Complexion Must Come from Within. The natural desire of every ambitious on an is to have a dear skin and a beautiful complexion. Not every woman can be a Diana or uno, but the oca tit T of freshness and the bloom of a clear skin are within the reach of rtcry womsn who will mske the effort. It is alt a matter of intrlligcnt trying. If the bowels are inactive, if the liver is not work in jf properly, if the poisonous waste and refuse are not expelled promptly from the system, complr-non is sure to show the -fft. llie only npht ar to remove pimple. I motn is ani nitne and c-u-r up a cloudy complexion, is to fn ritht to the root ,f the tronl.le with the proper rim ed r. The one reHH-dv thst will cure consti pation, improve the complexion, tone up the livet and insure a l ar. velrf-tr skin i. M:A I R f LAXATIVE TOMC TAB LJ.TS. o Hoii. l.ae confidence, for the dnifpiat will y job l.a k your Snney if the taM-t do nH benefit yoa as via imed. Ak th T.-4 ( rhsrmary, rTarre. "f Irsrk Krk. ! I'-sire, t S. C ood-y A to, tald. Adt Auction Sale OS SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915 14 Cliff St., Cor. Maple Grove COMMENCING AT III P. M. I will sell a miscellaneous lot of household goods, consisting ni part as follows : Fine Mason & Hamlin parlor organ in first- class condition; nice parlor suite, rockers, chairs, pictures, exten sion table, clocks, books, lamps, clothes reel,, tubs, wringer, etc. rarties leaving the city. Bishopric Wall Board ia better than lath and plaster, saeea 40 mattreSSeS. feather beds. per cent, in constructs, render. 100 per Dr;nfrs bureaus drears LAYe l'ist we can please" we rent in aerrice. Any weather i. Rood springs, DuTeaUS, ClreSSerS, fcA,fwWE. Dunaing weaioer wntn you use jJisnoprlf COniniOCJeS, taUieS, CliairS, t-ftKAL STORKS. niniiSJSSSi stands, sewing machines, or- rtSFWBZySSJiA r",fc ' gan, piano, piciures, mir- li ktrr VJY,N- "lXnrJlrors, folding couch, clocks, thed.a. 77; "A- "rrthi else away inl the shade ...Uic; ervioll feci Kv- croc .BA.RrE'?" iijjo, piauii vuui Hao ranges and plates, 1 large Olenwood range, 1 Acorn range, oil stoves, 1 auto truck in good running order, and a large variety of other goods at City Auction Market Of Uie elm er the old apple tree. rr Hal hr J. T. CALLAGHAN, 360 Ifo. Mai a Street Barra, Termaat THIS IS A FINE TIME TO LOOK AROl'ND, AND WE ARE SI'RE FROM Ol'R WAY EXPENSE ESTATE AGENCY ERMONT Raws t ana 1. HewlanaVCav Bailding FOR SALE One small lrvnnw,!.. Iw.il.. about 12 h. p. i 1 piece of shafting and 4 hans-ers. Apply to C. A. Gale, Montpelier, Vt. ; 'phone 221-M. 62tl2 FOR SALE Three rirhlv hnA Hoistein bulls, arandsons nf dyke, ready for service: marked nn s.ki. . one from a 23-Ib. dam. W. B. pod da A Son." North Hero, Vt. 68t2S ON ACCOUNT OF HAVING mors stork than w ran pasture, we have for sale 0 cows and t heifers, about 18 mo. old; also 30 Whit Lex born hens. Cummins Dairy Farm, 'phone -' Mlf FOR SALE New pool table at honest prx and in rood condition, all equipped. For ad ditional information, inquire over telephone to --12. 6Sf HELP WANTED ELECTRIC LIGHTS J. J. DASIINER Real Estate Agent HAS HOME EXTRA GOOD PROPFRTIFS TO OFFfcR AT THIS TIME OF YEAR, WREN HISIVKSS IS BOOMING AND EVLRTTHING 18 CROWING. We ran eata year hat IT Hth Electric Ufbts. all raaipleU, iacladina; wirlnf, bstUrisa, switch an! laaips, fr C7 "TfJ I st a COLTON 8a state street Saturday at z ana i p. m. MONTFEL1ER FORTY-NINERS Private sales all through the week. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. STl'DEftAaER WAGONS LAST A LIFE TIMECOME AND PEE our line nr Bucries, Tons, (sitroras, n telivenr Wacons. The rtudebsker Lew Wheeiet Trura at is far and awar the best value ia Trurks tm the market to-day. IVn'l fnreet that ttuaVbeker Harness ts the sam hurb-arde as Ktudebaker wsrons. lv ery strap auansnteed. A. W. AI.IEV COMFAVT Oranf Caaaty aed New Enfland Teiepbenee DELIVERY WAGONS LIGHT EXPRESS OPEN BUGGIES TOP BUGGIES CONCORDS It ars t take tiss t ae COLTON $49.00 49.00 49.00 49.00 49.00 0. H, HALE, No. MS THIS WOODBURY LAKE HOI SE ia one ef the best summer hotels in th state; it w mndera ia every way, with a lar danr. inr pavilion, plenty of boats, and everythng for the comfort of pleasure seekers ; the owner will sell this property at the right prire. for be ai ia another business. Htf liOVERNMENT POSITIONS sre easy to set: my free booitiet Y tells how; write to. day NOW. Ear' Hopkins. Waahtnctoa. D. C, WANTED Competent firl to work in fam tly of I ; no wsshmc ; must be a good cook ; none other need apply. Cam L. Cross, i School street, Montpelier, Vt. SJ WE WANT RELIARLE MEN AND WOMEN everywhere, to hsndle our specialties : wrii lo-dsy Pik Psles Co.. lork box Wood., vilie, N. H. t7 l4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER Our Harness Department is a busy flare all th time. Ia they come and ut thry re. day sflwr day. W bav a new rw4iia-Hne4 liarneaa : H sure ts avbby. "Qaabty First COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTTELIER CULTIVATORS If yea wsM tbtna t trew la a dry sia. is the t emvater eewslantlv. e bav splendid bin trass IJ T ts llt.M. A ss4 rn tiusle fee I2S.M. JEWELRY 1 Auction Sale OF When TOU Dt a piect f Jewelry, comt ia ac4 see ant splendid diirpUr. VILLAGE PROPERTY As I am leaving town within a short time. I have decided t sell at pihlie aitt tn to the highest bidder on Tuesday, June 8th, at 4 e'dock ia the afternoon on the premies, in Waterbury, t mv propertr situated at So. Tt Iaia tret iT"ieTtr onsist of a two tenement 2 NO ;s-ONT OF THE GOOD FARMS IN ORANGE COL'NTY; I ' miles to railroad station, ft miles to Bsrre: 200 acres, plenty of tillstre in hih state of cultivation ; win tered Si head of stork this hut winter; rood patsturss ; plenty of soft and bard wood: plen ty ef ffood spring- water at the building, which are in fine shape; the eterk bj extra rood : with this farm, the wner would sell all th furnitur in the bous if wanted, and they are gnod ones ; 20 cows, IS larwe heifers, 1 extra good bull, number of caivea, rood pair of bocsaw. I ond pair oxen. ho and pigs and bens, and all crops and ton is at a naht pHr ; now, bargain seekers, don't make any mistake; let me show you these pieeM before yeu buy ekewhere; t will carry fnm f re of charge and mak yotf feel happy whether yot buy er not. (Stf KO ;SONE VORE ",OOD HOME AND RIINr . tor someone; 1-tft-acre fsrm nicely divided Into tillage, paster and woortiand ; pirnty of grand spnng ester at the buildtnra, w hW-h are gntd ; ftire lorstmn, 1 irises 1e iarwe railmad tews. ? miles from Rsrre; with thie fsrm, the wwner would aei) aa eitra good lot of row, heifrek, and relvr ; In faet. WANTED NURSERY AGENTS; perms, nent jvo.it urn st good wsges; now is time to start. rirat Nstional Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y. J(its WANTED Jy large corporation, honeat man in every town for special advertising work; liberal ealsry t start; positioa perms, nent with good chance for advancement ; no espenenre nerenary. MrLn. Black A Co.. Inc., fH 8. Beverly etnwt. Boston. Msis. Juft-12 WANTEDA girl for general housework; no washing. Apply to Mrs. John Cattanerh, 1 Pearl street, Montpelier, Vc ; phone 231-1.'. Slf WANTED A rapahl girl ar middle-aurd woman for gvneral housework. Inquire st 1S 8outh Main street. SKU" HELP WANTED At Goddard Reminan, till after commencement. Apply at once. if WANTED -Men to sell our new nursery line; big proSts : psy weekly; ne trifiers weed apply. First National Nurseries, Rochester, N. v. at WANTED A good csnshl girl t do awn. eral hoe.ework ; good wsges ; references re. quired. Apply ts bos No. 4&, Lisbon. 'N. H. JtU WANTED siwbl girl for general house, work : s t.n man on farri. married man pre- all sterk and tools, and at the nrht pice to ferred ; teaemeat furnished. Rasco Hart, buyer en aeeount ef poor health of ewner. tif CbrA, Vt. aottl A. W. ALLEN CO. Oraaa Coewty and Nw England Tetepbswss j a a ' ' ji ITrpeTtr (onsist of a two tenemen t I lrtf r w-i. t t X ' divided in th -cr,trr, contains I ( U. J. DODGE, The Jewelfr I rema: an ia each tenement; entire! If it Mala Bleat J acparate; larpe lot fire rods on the stree "ta Rare 1 ; an Agent fog "Buna Aassrtiaa psrate; isrpe mi ne rods on the street d nine rvi deep, affordmB' rood gsr- NO 2l- HERE l ONE MORE MONEY- MAKER that I want to shew enmerme and surprise rhewi wttb the price: 1 7a acres ef gnnd mL aire loratteet. 1 miles from o,m railroad leu, easy drive ko rsrre ; laree near werhard ; Wrts of .oft t'mber and band wood ; barge stork eatti. a number ef them rerfte red ; all tm rm i rt tooie and a good IM ef tlee ; a lot of ond cut for borne we and to eeJV SStf NO. IJ-A GOOD ONE-MAX FARM. S srws. Wire fel.!. sir. surar erbsrd, ed building, wear town ; the pru-e m rie-ht. ttf I Fttrov wr imir imriM or u MVP. TOWN AND CITY KorrTV. Tiprj tract svil vr lS':r asvt.MII I H. ROPPIN-Mil l. SVD SA7IK Pt'PIL NI'RsrS wanted at the Tauntea ! Slate H.piti training hcheol for Norse., lor pertwuiars. adrtnws Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt . Isunioa Flat Hospital, Taunton, Max. sir WORK WANTED SYFNOGR A THFR deetiws postuen Hi Ve ( klo iecwre ff bn.k keepm. sbor-hand and type t wettin ; geduate ef Alnany Biwiness t;le. ! For interview, writ (i. F. tnfha, Chel. , Vt . Peoples phone Si-it. ;u HORK ANTED Cemetery monument., snarikle er granite cleaned aed bHtereeL A rr f te A ievenoer Anderson. IV Hill street. tats den for ea.-h ttiment. Th house is wen I TRIVH r;F and T.f -hm f ror ! painted inside and papered; lis fuh loaets; electric lights: rocif are rtwid one side hating recently lieen ahiiific; Vermont Real Estate end Insurance Co. Ba rre and Montpelier, Vermont i v NT I IND ilT voir anoiT TMrIC rRnrtPTIFS OR ANY OIHIS KTAI fc. TATE. TlXAfE CALL ON 1R wRHE J. J. PARrR Re . ;S. sl..4 ( tM Ride. Rare Ctty, t-TH. . 1T0-B Invest in this section MOP AT REVEREHOUSE BOSTON M nr e-- w- r" w tr e- y-.frt ... eel bwta aw e.i - -a. ' we aw w ww-e Fire Insurance I represent fevtn teen of the larpct and he5t Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. J. W. DILLON t awdl I tVaaewr Rlw- tesrr. k. Over arras ia - state ef reluva-.iew ; ie, mmi fx ,rr, mnmi4 ssmn f he it! -end ; bead at Mork. twM. wve-vthin; w.ded t erat tk pkmm ; bwt W tmawes and new aara. up ewer '. bead: II. prope-ty is V-wiew 1 mils Inwa raU-ead. ta sVtd.d rttnB ; anywn w-t gweney. wawiee a a-vl bmis. alwld 0 maurxr fee tatrtarvasfw. f. 1 71 ! 51,000 Down, Balance Ezy Payments i f . 1 . lr. ni-e rir irrv. anq grnQJ lawn; ceiisrs hste bulkhead entrancr; tillage water. etc. ete. This is eeperUnr deairaMe for invert. mt-ti. as 1 )e income i $.irt.(l and the 'location is rm where the pro pert r a al- wsts rrtel. A c'wd f 1a f,r wis n ), ,!, to w n is home, ret t ruj en- teste-, a, A N TT D T w f- Vw" ' mert 1 pT f"f tlie propertT and i : mw. he l.i.M A-we . the ft W. T-rm esv. Sale pot t,.. Time or? a!.- ANTED- Dressmaker desire wwr at or wewtd W9 if nwresr ; t Km- kl ene neared. Miss Meraooaid. 41 Cur. ner strwl. St I I I WKING AND SOl.I'F S!S(. -I sm prv pervd o , all kin 4. nf p, )nee nd i ai 4aVnri work. A. MrHsfh. Darkee piare, f 11,1 Iwi ! J 41- f I WANTED LOST AND FOUND a-ve-wtng 1 ro .n. 1 i sve i tS ANTfTI- ,4 bt m erw nie. Set. h I asa e areas, loravd ia s4 4vtisB. huildinr tw rand h t bawd : was at aeweeet 17 cew. I bonsax 14 head f .w t ; thai i soaker fee aayone; am ner would rmeider er iniawi't (or r-t awywseat farm bmpasmewai a alevwt new ; p-we - i easmisl Is. will aitl.oi.t reaervw if n-rt. a 1 lisv y,n ' further 1m prcre-rtT for the rea- j lei) aVve ted. femrw W t !e 41e. .Tnne . st I "t lnrfc w avtT r in tlie f?errn. i e. c. rasitR. ost I. A. rttST, Articewt, Birre, Tt I tr. mf all wm et vi hev. rre. i I. S "i.r rwea t fe1ea tv'inr -r,irti end part, f rr ,i:ias H. OStter. 114 Pwrt J. i; SI RAVI P A JVr and wbn bevfee I b etrwvv tu my twturw a week are: ester Si- fa b-w ve by '-i!f.g p., t and p- . i -w. f. Ns b,H. fwet Min-pe - : r ti 'S t - ? : ' j and A HAW I.rT. t ffiK CTTr AK?ET-t.rr I B f PCTP' T VOL' ITU THE PEST rOLICT Et ER WRint-N. DR. A. G FREEMAN f nm awi AT Ttrt tKiare r.r a. U rRCT. JZ- 1 EM ALE HELP WANTED PERRY & NOOXAN LX EXCELLED FUNEILL FURXI5HIXC5? Hospital Ainbolaere Ft'u tpfT tw isrtc jr,fAT. fi rrtTT a- rTTAT ew, I e lt a- as. 7 at svrrt. twt S ."vww f m a f.w.t e-. e iw..ii tw, ; f SWi,! W ffe- W.-W) . , ... -v4re. She are wll'iw fjwy. Iunwn 4V j lit t Hn.HT. Alalia" IJtritS WW- s4A(!bwt SM el a, ii iiwt..-w sr.4 u Men. I ' t ev . i a-v rwtd nwrirb fe.,t ! fTr "w 4 rw.d . '. wha. hr -.) by itiwm Ahe-a, J Sfs-wej rs. .f - - , I m SWTT1 1. rva p. .w.i s- Ii Tf B-C. eef. b-w. 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