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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JTJLY 15, im.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS vMtitration showed that tha offender wai the lodger. McCargar wa taken to the city hall, where it wai at once ecn that he waa not intoxicated but wag auffering from the effect of aome dnur. It waa supposed that after restinir Mo Cargar would be all right but he grew I worse, and llnallv rnllnnnccl ana nr. r. n. I The power houae at the Swanton Qehhardt waa summoned to nee him. The Time kiln waa destroyed iy nre iueaay, pmn responded well to treatment and vitn a ion or i,out'. waa able to eonverae intellicentiy, wnere a at first hia mind had been a blank ai George A. Robinson of Old Benning- 0 what had transnired for aome hour ,ton Has in nia poseesion iwo very i'e and hia condition had been pitiable, and valuable letters, one signed by Thnre was an unusual coincident in . Wendell rhulipa and the other by nor- tj,e meeti,,. 0( physician and patient lace ureoiey. . , Dr. Gebhardt recognized in Mcuargar an , attendant at an infirmary in Kocnester, Kst.h w. naun of weatnersneia nas re- w v r fh whir-h he was at one time signed aa a member of the state board of mandated, and the patient remembered , library commissioner!. Governor Charles havinc seen the Rutland physician in the ; W. Gates has appointed to nu me vamui- yori- tftte city. , cy, W. E. Hubbard 01 israttieDoro .1 n wnii farm, an estate in the town VERMONT BUSINESS TROUBLES. : , War-ttrA (f nunr. William f!: Ren- eban. a, merchant, of White River eenows ran ana uourg mercnant v Junotion, has been experimenting, with j Many Creditors. .tm extensive culture i asparagun, u,v- r..,- 13. Th Rilev-Wolfe ng a full acre planted to it. The cut- ' . If ting of his crop began May 8 and con- -ulTJZ'WZu' 7 r Z iinucu uuij 7 ,n t l18' filed petition in bankruptcy with made at the rate of 2,300 pounds to the g. Piatt of the United States ere. ,.nr. Tht linhilitiM are ,7.074.85 and Ut,. ,.,. a, oiuon 41 HIS SI ' Thnm. A case of unusual destitution came tor n,p. e. .i'x ' (v', KanV. he attention of the Rutland department r . W charities Tuesday at the home ot JO- The concern fc creditor. Those eph Richardson. The Jher is seriously w account8 ftre for more than $100 1 ill with pleurisy and four children had . . ... Wm, f n vw Ynrk Lbeen for a fetf days without food until "... 'v;m. r- ri,n ,h. Rutland .Missionary t Cr, .Oot. , . u 4 . Vr k V .Z Ph adelph a, fl08; Jacob Dreyfus Sons .he Rutland hospital. Ilia three on are c-ui. p ti. 2mporanly at the city tarm and hi. lit- $ Grey, Bellows Falls, ale daughter is being cared for by neigh-L..' v " . llOrS, . . 1 . 1 - ... , I 1 nctifinn was b1a filmt hv Uelvin L. . I . ----- . . .. ... i W n ifj u- u Dean, a merchant, or Aiourg, nis attor Gilbert E. Moree of Guilford has told I av '. -a v , VpW ' of swanton. iia farm npar the north boundary of the I' ... o mo do -j tt . . . . . . i Ane iiaoiuiies are iuu w ,town, about midway between me easi . . -iflimpii PXrant. Thera : J , j. 1 J.-:.. 4 tT.. C Alli.An T---, - r pun west duuhubucb, u.njr 1 tr creditors A BARRE INTERVIEW Mr. Hooker Tells His Experience The following brief account of an interview with a Barre man ten years ago, and its sequel will be read with keen interest by every citizen. L. H. Hooker, 101 Prospect street, Barre, Bays : "l had ft constant dull pain over my kidneys and I could ait but a short time, on account of nervousness. I bad kid ney weakness which waa very annoying at night. Doan'a Kidney Pilla helped me from the first. I took five boxes in all, procured at Drown'a Drug Store, and they relieved me." OVER TEN YEARS LATER, Mr. Hooker said : "I still use Doan'a Kidney Pills occa aionally, and they never fail to relieve me of kidney complaint. Price 60c, at all dealers'. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan'a Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Hooker had. Fostcr-Muburn Co., Props., Buf falo, N. Y. IN THE FRUIT GARDEN. FARM BOYS AT STATE FAIR. t New Haven, Conn. The farm contains I large lime deposit, and it la Mr. Ain Lteon'g intention to locate a crusher there quantities for enriching the soil. Some 5 years ago, the late J. M. Houghton of Guilford, later ot tirattieboro, oper- to Be Repeated this Year. The Vermont agricultural extension service hag made co-operative arrange hated a kiln at this deposit, but through mits with the state fair commission leome fault of his kiln the process was whereby the farm boys' camp at the 'ot particularly successful. gtat fair, September 14-17, 1915, will bo repeated this year, lne regulations No trace has been found of the man U,, followed in selecting these boys V Io gave nis name aa a. ranter, ana w;u e8entially the same as those 'uho has been operating in Rutland and ugej ia8t year, viz: vicinity, for whom the police are look- j, 0ne boy will be selected from each Wg. arKer is an agpni ior vacuum py,mon grange district, of which there cleaner and in a number of instance, ar9 twenty-four in the state, after the machine has been paid for, he ji jje raust a farm boy who has has asked to borrow it, claiming that paiged his fourteenth birthday and not rne one ne nas useu ior uemumwiwuu yet reached hia eighteenth birthday. purpoe has been broken and that he 3 He mUht be of good moral char wants me otner 10 irko iu piuce iur gter. few dnj's. lliat is the last seen 01 agent 4- He mmt be willing to submit to or cieaner, ine price or m iawr ircing and ohey tU let and orders of the S4.85. Rutland, West Kutland and Danby are all victims of the man' scheme. -. . camp. if. The final responsibility for the e lection will reet with the master of each Pomona grange district. He may use uch local mean as be sees fit so long Saw Picture of Wounded Brother. When the European war broke out, thc regulations are complied with. Fred S. Santwer of Montreal, a former All expenses ot tile boys lor ttte en Rutland man and a brother of George E. tire week will be paid, including car Santwer. steward at the Knights ol nre irom iue nraim muroiiu siavion. Pvthias clubhouse In the latter city, en- In return for this the boys will be e listed in the first contingent of Canadian Peted to render aome services to fair troops to enter the conflict. George Sant- authorities, such as policing the grand liver had not heard from his soldier- stand, leading atock w the parade, etc. I brother for about a year. Tuesday he Capt. Ira U Peeves, commandant of 'ricked uo a cony of Leslie's Illustrated the military department of the Uni Weekly, dated July 15. and on page 67P'erity of Vermont and atata Agrioul ?bout the most conspicuous object in a turai college, win De in enarga ot tne hotograph. entitled, "How England camp. Capt, Reeves will be awiistcd jCsrea for Her Wounded Defenders," was in looking after the welfare of the boys likeness of Fred Santwer. When the by specialists of the ertnont agncul picture was taken Mr. Santwer waa ait- tural extension service who will daily King on a hospital bed. He is evidently snide through the various exhibit gi 'abounded in one arm. mg them competent instruction touch Fred Santwer has many relatives in ins the reasons why certain exhibits Jutland. He, many years ago, conducted excel and other fail. Mild military meat market under the old Farmers discipline will be used at all time in Siotel on Evelvn street, the site now be- carrying out the daily program. !,lng occupied by the building of Burditt I Each day the ramp wilt be innpected Idos. I he soldier has a wife and one by the camp physician who will care- ton in .Montreal. . I fully look alter the health of each boy J-or further information addren er Pope Fiend in Rutland. I mont Agricultural Extension Service, On "vrondar nia-ht an inellint .n.Plorr" "Urunion, U .... 1, ..p.., a'"- -r bearing man who gave his name a L. B. jMcCargar, went to the Rutland police Expoture Contributinf Cause of Death. rr.iiiiu.i i m pitta iruru J Ml B1CI1L dodging. He waa accommodated. The if ollowing day the officers received a com plaint that a man was wandering about mm Court street, acting queerly, and in ii ' tTHF MDERB!TffOTEL C THIRTY FOURTH STREET , AT PARK AVENUE, jfnTiofcf Designed to Jfppea( to tfiQ MuTopInn STOP AT REVEREHOUSE DOSTON R rrit wmtmt, Intif Hr'iM t. fmna my rnnm. t wkta rwrna wnk Uift. C bfc-in an Mnwrn vtrrw Si M awr a marat Emile Joseph Wllett, 45, a resident of est Dover and for year a river driver. died suddenly Tuesday night in the Brat tleboro Memorial fcoepital of cardiac em bolisra. He had been in the institution about four week. He leave a wife and three children. The body w taken to Weat Dover. Mr. Willett wa born In Oldtown, Me., Ot. 4, 185. a eon of F.mile and Aresend (Burley) Willett. Sine old enough to work, he had worked on logging joba. Every spring be worked to hi waist in the icy water of the mountain stream getting the log into the drite, but lat winter he found that the irmur had affected him m that lie was 1'xiing the use of bis leg. Gradually the etnnsure to whii-h be bad been subjected fnr year ao affected the blood vecls that caegrenriu eondi- Uon act in and finally amputation of one leg wa Becesmry, the operation being performed aome tim ago, but he mad an excellent recovery. It w the f,rt ra of cardiac emholictn that bad come 1 the immediate attention of the Brat- tlrbore hospital authoritie in which the trouble wa attributable to eipoaure in com water. FAIRMONT I have rurrhfd the aben-e iUilion of A- L. Blvill. Fur tnort i3 Ur,d at my p!&re cn ih Evft MoEtpeLer road. 1 raHe Barre City. A fc&cdssjse chertr.at, -eIerh I'g M55 na.; fired by Dezvrr, It fcy teportd lire EnHiant 3271. th r,oted rercherra ti&J t'.on ct AsericjL. For furthrr rrt!rlars, cn .tkA ee me. txcunioa t PUttthtiTg SvtSay, A delightful oulmg for pp!e who are titwbic to ratoy a trip ( this kind a ek dT. Bound trip fare, which in)ad three t 'nr on th etcam-f Ticctidcra. Parre, Montpeler. VCidileaea, M iter-b-.T, tl fS. h;"eil teaia lim Barre f .23 . m, M'wtpciler t m. b, Mi4dlees l) oj . m, Vterbitry 1 II a. ta arrrv rurimplni J 30 . w. a-nra Flatty b'i'g irll j m. F--t. r,g . teamr JlatUhof I IS ti. nt N fmi Summer layering ' is the easiest and surest way of propagating grapes. If one has a particularly choice grape, and wishes to set out many vine of the same variety, the tock may be increased fourfold by layering and using a few shoots purposely left near the ground. by midsummer these, shoot will have hardened sufficiently to prevent rooting, which might occur if they were buried when too green. Extend the shoot on the ground, in 'order to determine the most convenient spot for digging out un der the center. Then make a small hole with a trowel or spade, and bend the shoot into this hole about midway its length, and cover it well with earth. The surface of the ground must be kept mel low to preserve the moisture: and in event of dry weather the soil should be mulched with leaves, grass, or straw-. If the shoot is a healthy one, and makes good growth at it extremity out of the ground, every joint will send out a profusion of root before winter sets in. The layer may then be taken up by cutting it close to the vine and shortening its extremity, and then by putting a spade well under, lift the whole out of the ground. It is then cut in two and will make two strong plants. Ihese layers may be "heeled m, or eov ered with earth, for the winter, providing protection Irom freeaing i given by eov ering the surface with leave or manure, or they may be packed in damp moss in the cellar. Early In the following spring the shoot are set out in the garden, where they will develop into bearing vine. Land Required for a Garden. The question of the amount of land necessary to grow sufficient fruit for a modeet-aized family for the whole year a point woicn is continually cropping up. Jlius, the following plan may prove helpful to those contemplating such garden. A square acre is ample for all fruit except quince and atrawberrie, and even the quince may be set out by putting them in the place of soma of the fruit tree. The following list is one given by Thomas, and include: Four early apple, 4 winter apple, 1 row, Zi feet; 10 stand rd peara, 24 dwarf pear, 3 row, 40 feeti 15 plum -ow, 20 feet 18 cherries, 2 row. 40 feet j 48 peachea, 3 row, 60 feet;, 45 raspberries, 1 row, 4 feetj 45 gooseber rie, 1 row, 4 feeti 45 currants, 1 row, 4 feet; 10 native grape, 1 row, 12 feet. The distance apart for the tree and cane to stand in the row should be a follow: Apple, 6 feeti tandrd pear. wi feeti dwarf pear, 13 feet plum, 13 feett cherries, 28 feeti peaches, 13 feetj raspberries, 4 feet; gooaeberrie, 4 feeti currant, 4 feetj grape, 20 feet. (Oprrieht, 11S, hyE.lt FarkinaonAll richta naarrad.) Good Goods and Low Prices! THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Pure Lard, No. 3 pails 39c Pure Lard, No. 5 paila 59c Pure Lard, No. 10 pails,'. .$1.18 Western Round Beef Steak, per It) ,22c Boiling and Stewing Beef, per lb ...9c to 15c Phenix, just like Moxie, 2 bottles for , ,25c It will save you money by trading with COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE FOUR LINES FOR 25c ESTATE OF W. HENRY WILSON Tin undersigned, having bean appointed by tha honorable probata court for th diatrirt of Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receiva, examine, and adjuit tha elntms and denanda of all paraon aniilnut tha Mtate of W. Henry Wilaon, lata of Harriaon, Mich., Unceateri, and all eJUIma exhibited In oit- t (hereto, hereby give notire that wa will meet for the purpose aforennld, at the oflloe of Hmith, Whitromb A Cook Co., in the city of Barre. in eald dintrict. on tha 24th day of July and 18th day of December next, from 9 o'clock a. m. until S o clock r. m.. on each of tald naya and that aix monthi from the Hint day of June, A. D. 1915, la th time limited by aald court for said creditor to present their claim to us (or examination and allowance. . Dated at the city of Barre, this 28th day of June, A. 1). 1U16. FRANK L. SMALL, AKTIeUR C. T1LDEN, Commissioner. July 1-8-15 Tha Times will publish Wants. List and Found. For suia. To La, ate. short adver. tlsements at the rate of four lines for twenty five emta for th tint insertion and eanta for ench subsequent Insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Heven. room house, large lot. henhouae and large irarden. Inaulre Jnmes Rae, I Jarnoa street. lOltfi'tf ESTATE OF ELIZABETH McKENZIE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Frm, 7S acres, 100 tillage, 2,200 sugar trees eoulpped, 100 aerea growing timber: extra good barn, ItJItKA. 1 , .J injjuw twrn, garage, looinouna anu ,' house: 14-room house, modern In avery way i cottage for helm everything in first-class condition i 60 head of cattle, pair of horses, yoke of oxen, quantity of hogs especially good equipment of farm machinery, gaa an gine, aetwing machine, harvester, etc. Lock box 254, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 102tf TO RENT TO RKNT Three rooms and pantry, wood i m nA cf,11'' "T1 rnt ' low price. i?82. " E"' E' ''no" ONE OF MV FURNISHED COTTAGES left for rent at l'latf. cam at Hlghg.u Springs. Address Dr. K. A. Bate. mh... ... ' - s"i vrinir, vu ilfttS TO RENT Good cottage for August at Ply to B. P. White, iGreensboro, Vt. sgtf FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT Light eotf TO RENT DnlnM. . ' 1 1 i - KHcmrm wnn all modern convenuncea. Apply at 20 Ayera street. 3 86tf J.G.SHADROUI 115 So. Main St. Tel. 121-M PETITION FOR SPECIAL TOWN MEETING of To the honorable board of selectmen the town of Plainheld, Vt. : Whereas, There are approximately forty pu pils in th South district, so called, we, the undersigned voters of the town do herebv petition your honorable board to forthwith call a soecial town meetinir to lea what action the town will take relative to enlarging the present schoolhouse to meet the requirement of the increased number of pupils, or to build new on site to be purchased by the town for that purpose. NIELS NIELSON THERON PERRY RAYMOND DIEMERA. A. RUBLEE L. LANC1AULT RAY C. PERRY H. W.BATCHELDER CHARLIE I. PERRY C. B. WELCH GEORGE WELCH NELSON WELCH FRED BENEDICT ELLA L. A. DUNN PAUL LAPRE W. T. DUNN FERDF.BATCHELDEB JOS. B. MARTELL A. A. BATCHELDER PHILIP POULIN State of Vermont District of Washington, as. Th Honorable Probate Court for th Dis trict Aforesaid: To all perso.ia interested In th estate of Elizabeth McKentle, lnte of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased. GREETING WHEREAS, said court has assigned th 6th day of August next for examining and allowing the account of the trust of a fund created by the laat will and testament of said Elisabeth McKentie and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereoi be given to all persona interested In said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day s. signed, In the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city or liarre, in said dis trtct. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probata office in Montpelier. In said district, on th day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legal' said residue. Given under my hand, this 14th day of July, 1916. FRANK I. MARTIN. Judg. July 14-21-28 FOR SALE Alt kinds farms, hotel, stores I and village property. N. J. Potwin, Smith Royalton, Vt. 102t6 FARM FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for good renting property j farms that will keep from IS to 00 cowt good location. J. B. Stewart, Northilwd, H 88t26 OFFICE TO PCMT rim.. , . . by G. Herbert .Pap. 'inOJZ WeSfEES lank 84tf City square. Inquire Granita fi!n. H.i. T-,. - -" Some Warm Bargains for Hot Weather JUST LISTED! SUrt Finih. "Wbt nu you your Urt tn pub- lie lif?" akej the biographer. "I haven't time to think bout that bow," reulie-d Senator Sorghum. "What I'm looking out for now i tb wav I'm liable to get my finUh,' Washington tr. WARNING FOR SPECIAL TOWN MEETING A petition having been made to us for that purpose, in legal voiers oi me town oi Plainfleld are hereby notified and warned to meet at the town hail Monday, July 24, 1816, at 10 o'clock a. m., to act on the following articles, vis.! Article 1. To see what action the town will take in regard to enlarging the school- i j. . - : . i - c..u A - . : ; j to meet the requirements of the increased number of pupils or to buUd new on a site to be purchased by the town. Art. 2. To do any other business that may legally earns before th meeting. Dated at Platnneld. tfci 2d day of July, ISIS A. D. C. X. DAVIS. i B. B. BATCHELDER. C. i. BAILAW, W. A. MOORE, W. H. MARTIN. Selectmen. 97U2 NO. 9K6 FARM with blacksmith and wheel wright shop ; a chance to make money ; 80 acree of good land, suitably divided ; tha till age is exceptionally early, and the soil is good ; large fruit orchard ; plenty of hard wood and some extra good spruce: the place i4 u.f,r5.C.t. SH1 keep 8 or 10 head of atock and team: end lawful claimant to clapboarded Urn with basement and siloi horse barn ; good 7-room house, very pleasant ly situated ; as the owner is in poor health, the farm is now only partially stocked, but can be bought. Including 4 extra fine cows. calf. 4S to 60 hens, a good set of farm tools, wag ons, sleighs, etc. ; blacksmith and wheelwright business included with this property is a fine businea in itself: nearly new shoo well equipped, a full set of blacksmith tool. Includ- prj T TX ntiv' l TT A DDTQ i ,n' aol!ne engine, board saw, circular saw, VylliV Ui jlLk I U. XlAtvltlO I planer and matcher, band aaw, etc., etc. ; shop Iirr1m'mtnt Brnh 12. J8 00 Ri-Nf Tenement on Beckley Court. FOR BALE OR RENT Hons, o Franklin St., furnace, gas, eiactriety. . hardwood floor and finish, 8 rooms, reception halls, bath room, pantry, toilet and laundry, rent for MB. TEL JI4-2. H. A. PHELPS. FOR SALE By gallon or barrel. Black Diamond Rubber Roof Paint: water, weather, fire and sunproof; 800 lbs. to barrel; I am ready to paint or repair your roof. E. L. I lens more. Gen. Agt., corner Brook and Pleas, ant streets, Barre, Vt. 8tf FOR SALE FOR SALE A light second-hand express 7.u0n' fi reasonable figure. Apply to E, H. Miller. 66 Prospect street. io2U BUSINESS CARDS FOR SALE Hubher.tlr.ri ;- good condition; bargain for quick cash sale. G. J. Seager, South Barre; tet 82-W. 102tf FOR SALE Top buggy, new last summer; haa been newly varnished; a bargain for someone. J. R. Osborne, East Barre. 103t FOR SALE Slide trombone in good condi tjon : cnp if taken at once. Inquire of W H 101 t8 GoodfeUow A Son. I work enough to keep one man busy ; price for an is only 14.000.00 ; located tn small com munity about t mile from Northneld. 87tf Hiii.'imiiiiiiiiiiiirr; Special Prices ON - Blackstone Casings for Ford Cars 30x3 pUln ................l7.jo 3013 BOD-akid 8.30 303 Plain ............... 950 30x3 non-ldd ......10.50 Don't forget the'Ajax Tire, guaran teed (.000 nils tn writing. ., K. V. CUTLER at SON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING ALSO MANAGER HARRIS ORCHESTRA 14 Patterson Street, Sam. Vt. Tel. lli-M EDMN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND Concert ORCHESTRA Dance IJ Nelson Street Telephone 101-M CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA (Formerly Bilsy') PROF. P. F. LANDI. Leader MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA S10NS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC J. F. and A. C. CARROLL. Baatnee. M.n.ger, TVS i" -! inepnene ., tarre, varment ctoiph on the main road, and is in a fine farm ing section ; price for all. 14.000.00 : this is an extra rood proposition. 87tf COTTAGE HOUSE, nearly new. barn and large lot, tn good locality, for only 1 1.800.00 tluu.uo down; balance aa rent. A GOOD TRADE in an 8-room house, hare and nearly an acre of land, en the car tine just ouiaiae toe city limits; let us tell you NO. 945 ALL STOCKED, readv tnr vnn the barn on this place has a fine cement sta ble, no better to be found anywhere, clap boarded and painted, light stable, running water, etc.: you will like it: the owner will Include 9 extra good eow. 8 2-year-old heifers, 4 fall calves, 4 hogs, 25 hens, S horses, gaso line engine, ensilage cutter, mowing machine, horse Take, 2 harrows, 2 cultivators, eso m planter, weeder, covered carriage, sleigh, har neaaes. land roll, separator. 60 run of wood, 1-horae wagon, sets sleds, ensilage cutter and carrier, bay fork, besides all small tools and growing crone : all the nersonal t nronert v is good ; some of the tool are new and all have been well housed ; there are 88 acres in this farm, and will carry 16 bead or morel tillage is in a high state of cultivation : fund fruit I orenara ; wood Tor tne farm ; main barn to eux I SS ft, with new stable 0xl7 ft ; can tie 15 head ; silo, tool abed, henhouse and Icehouse 1 tne nous contains s rooms and is in nice SIX WEEKS' W, F. Shepard. OLD PIGS FOR SALE 102tf F5, ALE7"Secon,-nana' Concord buggy: only 810.00. A. W. Allen Co. mi NITUREM,,! 5 HOUSEHOLD FUR NH URE Must be sold thie week, aa I am leaving town. Geo. H. Bennett 5 East ,treet- -"" lOltl FOR SALE 1 new 12-hors engine, $210 1 1.new.?-h're engine, 1160: 1 new 6-horse en. gine, 1128 ; 1 new 4-horse engine, $65. C. H. Taft. South Royalton, Vt.. - 100t26 MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING, PRESS TNG AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 111 North Main Street Barn. Vermont bout Jjjjjfl DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS 1 I to 4 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur day ; also by appointment I and II BUadiard Building Telephone $$ DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Beam 81. Miles Balldlng Tsiephea Cennecttion Office Hours 1 I a. m to 11 m. and 1 :80 to 4 p av. Monday, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday 87tf PEE US PEFORE BirYTNG 1 OtTR T.ARfiR LIST MAKES IT EASY TO FIND THE KIND OF PROPERTY YOU WANT AT THE PRICE YOU WISH TO PAY. YOl'R AITTIOV WOPK WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTEN TION Tr LEFT WITH US. AND OUR TERMS A KB REASONABLE. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY BARRE. VERMONT Roema t and 8. Hewland-Care Building J. J. DASHNER Real Estate Agent HAS SOME PLACES FOR SALE WHICH UlibHT TU HOME AND BARGAIN SEEKERS Auction Sale or PERSONAL PROPERTY A I iT no use for th following list of stork ami tool, I ill a 11 tha earn t jmblip auction to tha highest bidder, a SATURDAY, JULY 17 at 3 0 o'clock In tb afternoon, on th premiae owned ty Oiarlia Low, wber h huiMirjr wt tlrnei rwontlir w oiH, near frmtrri!!, In Barr Town, Vt, th following; 02TE COOD ALL-AROUND H0BSE, 11 vvar old, kind and food to work or dm; t extra food row a, due tj f re. he a this fUi 1 mont ) -old oalf; 1 1 hnrae lamlier ws gn, 1 e press wapmt. 1 tiwtrpy i wapfw, 1 ipre alespk, I fliir lin, 1 1 ainfle work fme and t dn fear- i rteea; the kaneeea ar all aearlr tew, and the whole loi ta rood, rleaa atoff and will be gold tm the .fcSpHeet ait w itbmit reaei w limit, Al a Qmaa'riy f Hty Tetwi at t'tne of aal. COCIV0 SALLETTL Owrer. C T. SMITH, ArtioaT, Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. M. J. WHFTCOMB NO. FARM OF 250 ACRES : nire Wa. tlon on good road; plenty of tillage: land la re well and is ery omdurtlve : nire annle LICENSED EMBALMER timber and hard wood ; nice spring water run- ntng ai roe ouiuiingi I owner would sell witn CaDs answered sjreaisit) dajr er night Aa ap-te-date Aasaaianca In eenaectlea BAST BARRE. VT. Tel.paene MM WILL1AMSTOWN. VT. Ttlevaene 181-t J. W. DILLON I aad I Betstat Bleek Barre, Vt A. L. GOODniCH Piano Tuninsr and Player Regulating BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS. 14 da Street Barre, Yb Paean tt-W racterf lip Hen re with Oucfcerina- 4 sales fer week eaHtintT . 111. ene asilllea eeeitr-o theaeaueV Larg aat aeiatng kraad l Cigar ta th world. Farts?. Maacaew ter, N. B. Tk srsrta rf Our Un. "The sa ef owr leea are tkr aw fi tea" tnst if Hr ms of tTj"k 'd ir d ww frrtijje ;.f ineta--o, thr war he fa infwwe tww ar Xattnral Li'e Ira. (a. f It (K'staaLl . . Ba lai-d. fnenl af-wt. How to Keep Well JAMES KELLEY Ko-e. tk free ax-rre m4 t-e rw.1 r-4TJkg Ire traanc Iwrer a yed.-ka fct- ' tT It n wtft rear;T fur oore rw- ttwa, tiioswiieaa. w'w-.. vi fc-wda-fee, wa) f arrtS, -rxnseeej. frie-J VtJ. AXaV TT. IS P A. The Ciiy Auction Market is the place where you can convert f-nodi yoi do not need ir.to cah. Ering them in at once. . t j Auction Sale tm Saturday at 2 and 7 p.m. Keep Cool and Comfortable All Summer Why not do your ironing with -an Electric Iron? Any cool place on the porch wherever there is a lamp-socket convenient. Pricea, $3.00 to $4.00 Barre Electric Company 135 North Main Street this farm 17 nire cows, 8 ntee large heifers number or nire calves, a ho rem, hog, poul try, farming tools and erope at a reasonable price. ?tf NO. 170 A NICE LITTLE HOME FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO GET AN EASY LIVING ; IT arras : eery good house and barn : water at buildings ; good fruit orchard of apples, plums, and peara; I miles to good village, ot R F. D. and telephone ; for the small sura of I1,(H0. 97tf NO. 171 FARM OF US ACRES: SO acre tillage, balance pasture and woodland: mile from a good village : large amount soft and hard wood : nice augar piece of IftA tee : geo4 iron orrnara f tarm will keen 1 head of stork or more ; very good house plenty of hern and shed room: this farm lay aire and warm for raising earn or any ether crora; aa eitre good bargain at ll.Ks. 7lf rem fM ALL AND LARGE FARMS. TIM PER TRACTS. SAW-MILLR, BOBBIN-MILLS, WATER PR1VII.EGFS, 8T0NF.SHFPS. no TP!-, m-TLflNC. LOTS. AND TOWN OR CITY FROriKTY. PEE OR WRITE t. J. DA8HNEI t. I. 1. Bewland-Cave Blag. Barre City. Vt-Tri. IT. FOR SALE OR EXr.HlNcifA mare, weight about l.nes : thu . . and a good worker, but too light for our work. Apply at the City Bakery. jgtf FOR SALE Two good driving horse. I top carriage, 2 single driving harnesses. 2 sleighs, cook stove, . 1 clothes wringer, moo wringer, carpet sweeper, hand organ, all in flrst-clasa shape, sold cheap for cash. Apply John Brechin, 81 Liberty street; Barre, Vt. ' B8t FOR SALE A nine 2-eeated carriage. Tel ephone 88-4. 82t Vermont Farm Trucks Our Vermont Farm Trucks are by far the best all-around truck for anywhere near the price $33.75 . COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER BABCOCK BUGGIES Everybody know about Babcock Bug- eie. borne of them have th "HanD thought" spring gome have top. "It pay to take time to see Colton: be eU them." COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER REPAIRS FOR ALL KINDS OF MACHINES WE CAN FIND THEM FOR YOU. IF IN DOUBT. COME AND 6EEI' a. w. alTen CO. WORK WANTED SEWING WANTED At 1st Nona Semi nary tMW upstair. 1AI12 WANTirv A ptaee to work est farm by ear er mens. Aadreaa W, ear Tme ! EXPERIENCED iTENOC. RATHER AND POOKktfcM R deaires a romitMSi i esa furnea rrtmt wax ea. Aedreae "SwvnrWr,'' Time LOST AND FOUND LO.T-On Main ee Elm etraet, a enrket kenk eeatatntr tnila aad w aer's card, rend er liasis laaeo at t Summer etreet. lit Lti'f Beewsea tt Cestat and ahot r re wllla. t swJ!umi breeding trnA and feae Hetwra te ee aeatfT f D. Lame, Lest f si.is, Vt-, end be ei'Wf irtsnM k MISCELLANEOUS Silos, Blowers, Engines The beat Site the lowest prices BLOWERS ARE Jt ST IX The sight ranning Paper Blearer ENGINES. Meunted er L'naaonnted A whole eatet te ahew yea i aome and tea A. W. ALLEN CO. Both 'Phone HAY TOOLS Mowers, Rakes, Tedders BRING YOUR OLD MACHINES F08 EXCHANGE. IF YOU WISH A. W. ALLEN CO. STUDEBAKER TRUCKS WIPE TRACK. WIRE TIRE, WORLD WIPE FAME WATCH THEM OS THE ROAD Uradebakera Last a IJfetisM A. W. ALLEN CO. Orange Ceemty and New England Tel. eh ewes HELP WANTED WANTED Timt-claae travelmg seUwmaa for aa old reUahle wbnlteaie ermmfce firm. Address boa I I. MontpelMT, VV 1 U MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN wanted f bowa work, t ia famiir. A4drea. giving refer P. O. boa n. Norurfield. Vt. lm KELP WANTI D Esneneniwd tenlmakera and machlnvm. Vewng Mens Crab Lmpiorw meat Lwpt-. tireenfteid. Maaa. lutd DO YOU WANT to earn a New Ferd tewe. Ing car Toe eaa ei tt It we-a ta goer eiaer tame. We aerir eoly enert men w re ftew emnieeea. laai is DM a eatrh adv.. but a eie-!t Naiineee prerenMei that re we mnrk. Write for tnb-rvw-v. Hm SSI WANTI.IV- tirwrwnred S'le. w' rierb at t reek N. fraeea. Nvt.hetd. Vt. 11U Vermont Real Estate and Insurance Co, aa-. mm m 0 ft C f 1 fafa ff w'M.S &. J- 1 III 1 lit. I I t. ' OR .SELLING VX r , f- - w tA 11 L" ,Ut-;iV -INCEST rORM i.jt INSITIANCE. Barre and Montpelier, Vermont ir YOUR LIFE IS WORT H ANY. V THING INSURE ? IT. WE HAVE THE f .m. rrct ronti nr rHntM ATrrvTfOX Cnae-iiiia aher-tk-o rwa be r-4 ; ih a"" kUe t rr-w. : erje.'e eTiere, eaet"-, rr?i : .v. 9Hb r-etey we4-f m ; wi f htefw Tne Liel Ce, lar. Hetrww. Vt I 1 RIDS TOR SCHOOLHOUSE HAl.FTt ftlfi a-v AWl4 1r tne e ete ! I wed " fee). d Ite a- j H- ewii ta the baneis be mrrnmt j ea mr '. I a a Jmr it. : t IftwsJ A 1 f 1 ntit tUM evnif ievr eU a'-vend wirl tn retail sh'.p ; eme. grring m I . Haertei. fiamard, lii PUPIL ! K-t M e the Taunt see rlnrl T-mit Wbo fer Neea. f m (-.rmft, eM-w IV A"br V. mtja., leawtne Iteasnaal. Temtoa. Me as if WANTED -Te bve f e-va fwr , f.,q re, te kratmt MU-mm lea. J ' g.4 tAHnaj nf i( MAJOR C HITMAN. 4 IJ.S Mf B TO tr.VT-0 w ,e . re H T-e- f h- b"iani -irj CaS a Tl Smith Ms a et-ees. a:f tvl l'-iiew earwj and i ns. e - fts eVre-t i K 1 s. tne er-twi fe". r e - M r-es e-e mmm i.. the t -e.aw M - eer. is I ketva et.-en. weikt .lemea i i Etw3 e"i.eea 0, H. HALE, MBE PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL IXRNI5HINGS HohUJ Anklanr? Snic ntnnuu tr-rweta, mrnntiMtm vuvr mu C eeaasi ts.e I1M !f .- ewe ee'W -wi m wwe er . t w , eea l'rt-n. m-mt-mmm isf i a aradlv are Ptaet ef Hv. 1 1 te s-e M i fcaw-ae te tn e-w-- tmm. I r -" 1 t Nt f m4 trm-rrmw e t are S teen, It dew. tte be Jwr i " - mmwrn, den tT fvm -' ! . ew-v, dw'-r I. rt i -tener t te Uhff'H rH ! ee the hr hmrmmt e w wne n tte met a-rt.t a!-. 'w te I aw"T e tae-M. e ne wr't pwrnv-e ! we ( W"..'-t-t tr-t n -- w-v bre fipnj. ?V- -r -" tee TL T .? AT at Tar. e I a? J C L . ; e be - 1 h mm n tmt.mmm dve w $mTmm w m t t . w I lea ear f rT " a. tM mi f. f. 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