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THE BA11RE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, AUGUST . 2tt 1015.
ABOUT THE STATE HAPFEKLNQS OF INTEREST TROM DIFFERENT 6ECT10NS Fred Corlihi in reported to le the first farmer ,fn lnliila to p't hii WMiiing done. He got 10 btiilicle of oats off two cree of land. , . Mr. and Mr. Louie Dupr'ey celebrated their 50th wedding anniveraary Sunday at the home of theirdaughter, Mrs. Jo seph Fcrgiidon, in Eutland. ( fori, 13-year-old daughter of Mr. and ' Mre. Charles Sweet of North Bennington, was struck by an automobile as she was crossing the street Saturday evening anil was thrown to the ground. She sus tained a severe concussion of the brain end suffered from the shock. Her recov ery is doubtful. Dr. Nathaniel Wallis,' a native of Syd ney, Australia, but who came to the United States when about 35 years old nd located in. Burlington, taking a post graduate course at the medical depart nient of the University of Vermont, died -Aug. 18 in' the hospital at Fitchburg, Mass., in which city lie had been located as a physician for 20 years. o Sunday's heavy rains in the vicinity of Brattleboro washed out many of the hill roads. Street Commissioner Warren L. Walker of that place asserts that $4,000 will not cover the additional cost of maintaining the streets this summer as the result of damage from storms. One bridge has been washed out and a new one is to replace it at a cost of $000. rangements for the annual meeting of the Vermont Association of Life Under writers which will be held oit the steam er Chateiiugay, starting from Burlington, September 2. , The steamer will leave Burlington at 4:30 p. m and arrive back in the city about 9. The expense for the boat trip and supper for members will be paid by the association. , The insurance men will have as guests and speakers, Robert J. Merrill, insur ance commissioner of Concord, N. H., who will tako for his subject, "Some As pects of Supervision of Life Insurance," George T. Wilson, second vice president of the Equitable Life Insurance com pany, a &ery fine after manner speaker, insurance Commissioner Guy W. Bailey of Essex Junction, and State Treasurer Walter F. Scott of Brandon. There ,will be reports from officers and committees, and the annual election of officers. A Capable Man Facet two hazards the matter of getting a surplus, and the mutter of keeping it. That's where life insurance comes in to save his family, National Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) S. 8. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence building, Montpeher, Vt Thomas W. Burke of Castleton is to . exhibit at the fairs this fall his freak calf, born to a Holstein grade cow last February, and which had six legs when born and has recently started to grow a eeventh leg. The seventh one is growing faster than the other six. There is an extra set of shoulders and the seventh leg is growing from one of these. All are fully developed, but the calf uses only four in moving about. Alphonse C. Batte, a clerk in the Peo pie's National bank, , Brattleboro, who started, on his motorcycle last week for a vacation, returned Thursday by train accompanied by a pair of crutches. He was thrown from his machine in Rome, N. Y., and his" right ankle was injured, two of the ligaments being torn. Mrs. George Courser died very sudden ly Wednesday night at her home in Johnson. Her husoand had just retired when she remarked to him, "George, I have but a few momenta to live,". and before he could get up and get a doctor he was dead. Lost Load of Hay in Peculiar Way. Perhaps a few of the farmers of Wind ham county have noticed that the rain this summer has somewhat affected the gathering of the hay crop. Lyman Whit taker, who lives on the road between here and Saxtons River has had some (lillieulty in this respect the past few weeks. His first crop of hay was spoiled by the grasshoppers and when he cut his rowen the rain came on several days and prevented him from hurrying the work as he had desired. Then some thing else happened and Mr. Whittaker wished Monday that he had on hand a little of the rain that fell Sunday. He had loaded his hay rack with hay Saturday and Monday started to drive from the field to his barn, a distance of about half a mile. Part of the way is beside the right of -way of the street rail- ?roloi' m'y beVt cow" ti A sr stsmnanvr IV nan iu'itIiiti a a tinfr I . , distance of the barn he was forced to Auction Sale at the SMITH STOCK FARM ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 26 As I have just sold my real estate, known as the Smith Stock Farm, and a part of the tools, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on the premises, 3 miles from Barre City on the main highway from Barre City to Williamstown, on THURSDAY, AUG. 36, 1915, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, MY ENTIRE HERD OF HIGH-GRADE HOLSTEIN AND GUERNSEY CATTLE 62 HEAD OF STOCK ( HORSES, FARMING TOOLS, CROPS THERE ARE St HIGH-GRADE COWS mostly black and white, all good ages and sizes, some of them now fresh and others to freshen soon. Many of these cows give from 50 to 60 lbs. when fresh j is considered one of the best herds in the county; 8 extra good 2-year-olds, some due to freshen in September, 1 now fresh; 4 extra good yearlings; 10 large ESTATE OF ALBERT F. DODGE Stale of Vermont, District of Washington, ss. Th Honorable Probate Court for the DUtrict A foresaid ; To the helm snd all Demons Interested (n the estate of Albert K. Dodite, late of the city or narre, in laid district, deceased, GREETING : WHEHEA8, application hath been made to ttisi court. In writing, by the administrator, praying for license and authority to aell all of rem estate ni smu uccMucd, to wit, situated in the city of Barr and town of Berlin, in eluding the hornet teed right and the in tereet of the widow therein, representing to aid court that it would be beneficial to the hein and ail person interested in the eatate of aald deceased, to sell aaid real estate and convert the aame Into money. And bringing- into court the consent and approbation, in writing, of ail the heira to aid estate raiding1 in thie state, and setting forth the situation of the real eatate. WHKHEUPON. the laid court amiointed and assigned the 811th day of August, 1918, at me proDate omca in Mcntrielier, in aald district, to hear and deride upon aaid application and petition, and ordered pub lie notice thereof to be given to all persons interested therein, by publishing aaid order. together with the time and place of hearing, three weeks aucceatlvely in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates in the neighborhood of those persons interested in aid eatate, all of which publications shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEKEKOKE. you are hereby notified to appear before aald court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in aaid court to make your objections to the granting of urn license, II you see cause. Given under my hand, at Montpeller. in aid district, this 10th day of August, 1916. FRANK J. MARTIN.' Judge. Aug.11-18-26 BUSINESS CARDS FRANCES McKINSTRY 121 North Main Street Barrs, Vt. Shampooing:, Manicuring, Facia ! Massage, Chiropody 'Phone 127-J Residential Work Specialty K. II. GALE Practical Pianoforte Tuning, , Regulating and Repairing ; Graduate of Faust School of Tuning Experience In Chlckerlng ft Sons' Factory 48 Wellington Street, Barre, VU Phone 12S-1I EDWIN W. BRUCE VIOLINIST TEACHER AND Concert ORCHESTRA Dance tS Nelson Street Telephone J0S-M Rev, Joaiah Lyman, widely known Con gregational clergyman, who was pastor of the South Congregational church," Brook lyn, died Aug. 22 in South Norwalk, Conn. Dr. Lyman was 70 years old. He was born in Williston and after grad uating from Union Theological seminary held pastorates in various Xew England cities. He was also known as a lecturer and author of numerous works. drive near the tracks with his load in or der to let an automobile past. As he did so an electric car approached from the rear. 1 The rack was well loaded with hay and it had been piled on so that the sides were near the ground. As the elec trie car passed the hay a fuse beneath the car blew out with disastrous results to the hay. Sparks flew and caught the fruit of Mr. Whittaker s labors and with in a short time the hay was completely destroyed. " "Water and then fire!" exclaimed Mr. Whittaker. "Can you beat it?" Ethan Allen's Rum, Charles R. Allen of Fair Haven and Rutland has some interesting niemora bilis of i.than Alien, tie bus a page from an account book kept by a store keeper in Arlington in 1783-1784, hand ed down to him by his father, Ira C. AI en, about 40 years ago. The account with Kthan Allen shows that the in trepid leader of the Green Mountain boys Had a predilection for rum. The account with Ethan Allen shows the following entries i 1783 November the 12th day Ethan Allen Dbt. P. 11 6 1 To 8 quarts and pint of rum.... To 3 pints of flip To a quart of new rum To half a mug of flip To a quart of rum To a quart of rum To a quart of rum To 3 quarts of rum ... To 3 pints of rum To won quart of N rum 174 April the 15 day this reconed with Ethan Allen and mad even. 2 2 2 3 2 WILL LIVE HIGH. Vermont Electricians to be Quartered on Roof of Rutland HoteL Rutland, Aug. 25. The Vermont Elec trical association, which meets in Rut land for its raid-summer outing Thursday and Friday. Sept. and 10, will hare, literally, a "high old time.' The organ ization coming to this rity during Rut land's big week, when tlie fair and car nival are being held, would ordinarilr bare difficulty in finding comfortable fceadquartere. KatnraJly all of the board Inghouscs and hntelg are crowded to their rapacity during this criod. The local rommrttfc in charge) of ar rangements Lav ilevisej tnnet unique chsroa, however, whirb will giv the 100 to 130 Tisiting tneml-rs of the auwocia tirm mvt core forts hie sleeping quarters and at tu same time an unexampled op portunity to witness the illumination of ha city during the big we. V. They have arranged with the Hotel Hard ell to occupy the root of the hotel during the two days' convention. The roof of the bote) is level, and it will be iHTeened on all side and will he covered with a wa terproof canopy- la this elevated loca tion there w,II be a atunianr f beds and cr-te lr. Ml that t)e tieitnrs Will ! i-rovi-led for in ewrfevi comfort. t rnm the ror.f of the hotel there is aa fineiairpUd view of tit city and the surrounding rviirttrr. It is easy in gr ew ky aa adequate stairway "and the tin i vie arrangement whieh ie reeeivma et!i4ereble frame will dVnj M lr ap-r-s 1 very favnrat.tr t the i;tnr. The f rt day erf the vn.d aummwr weed- Ing f the a atio i u!!r demfj to rfera. hnt n the case c the forth c'P..,r voectFng the dV wtil AX'-4 i fr t -learc, Vienna- the fsr M l-:ret isv, and the carnival in the rret mf. Irirtav. the aer-owd dv, the naj rtairheee til held, trt the 1 eatiofl c-f the ane he a it vet t'-r It r Je that the hake i!l r held at t t'tteaden Tod. fff theewe r arr'H.Wa. frir-a- the i;t-e- aa ei't1nr t the frt etir- re rer.jr of the Ftled I a.'wav I if Vt A Fwet "' The e-t W V-fn ie ve ie Tv-nw n T-e-lt. efe Seirsl cf the rw f tlaj I Wt-nl Mmrati'ei. tr t.f the mt mw ,) net te H e ir r H.-.-er ever S14 in t m vn-m-tt, en tilfd tif three rear . "Deliberately Unfriendly." All doubt about the circumstances un der which the Arabic was sunk, with the resultant loss of several American lives, will be dismissed from the minds of their fellow citizens unafraid and of un divided loyalty by the facts now before the government and people of the Unit ed States. Those facts show that the Arabic, while outward bound to an American port, with Americans on board, without arms and without armament, without convoy, without attempting ei ther to attack or escape, was sunk without warning by a German subma rine. An act more deliberately un friendly" it would be difficult to imagine. '"Such circumstances," aa the president for the third, and many fondly hoped for the last time, more than a month ago, solemnly warned the German gov ernment, would "constitute ah unpardon able offense against the sovereignty of the neutral nations affected. Ours is that nation, aifl ours will be the ever lasting shame tf our president or peo ple falter in the fulfillment of the pledge, no less solemn because implied, to sever rot some, but all relations between the United States and Germany. To delay such severance a day longer thsn the papers in the case can be compiled, con sisting of the faets from London cov ering the condition under which the Arabic was aunk, and not fiction from Berlin concocted for the purpose of cov ering or condoning the wanton murder of American citizens, might not be dan gerous, but it would be so disgraceful that we cannot yet believe that auch a course is under consideration in any re sponsible official quarters, the sinister suggestions from Washington to the con trary notwithstanding. Boston Tran script. and a choice lot: 1 bull calf. This is all extra good stock and will please any one looking for this kind. Also, i white face mare, 4 years old, sired by Wilkes-j dale, an extra fine driver, fearless or all objects; 1 bay mare, 0 or 10 years old, weight about 1,050 lbs., a good service able horse; 1 good business horse, weight about 950; 1 black colt Woodrow, will be 3 years old on March 4; thia is an extra good colt, broken, and will make a 1,200-Ib. horse; 1 Galwsy pony Dolly Sparrow, weight between 700 and 800 lbs., stood ace, broken to saddle and car riage, safe for anyone to drive or handle, will be sold with saddle and harness. Very high class handsome chestnut cob pony mare, 13 hands; this is an import ed Irish hobby, known as the Galway pony, a perfect saddler and will carry 150 pounds; a good free drawer, walks, trots, and canters under saddle; can road seven miles per hour; sound and gentle; also nice hand-made wagon for the pony and a hand-made sleigh. WILKESDALE, A BEAUTIFUL BROWN STALLION, stands (5-3 hands high, with a record of aiioJi; weight about 1,000 fbs good aire, level headed, very stylish and a fine trotter; splendid pedigree. Farming Tools and Machinery COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF FRED WATERS The undersigned, having- been appointed br the honorable probate eourt for the district of Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receive, examine, and adjust the claim and demands of all persons aitainst the eatate of Fred Waters, late of the city of Barre. in said dis trict. deceased, and all claims exhibited in off set thereto, hereby live notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the store of George N. Iliilen. in the city of Barre, in aaid district, on the 10th day of Septem ber and 2d day of February next, from 10 o'clock a. m. until I o'clock p. m-. on each of aaid days, and that six months from the 8d day of August, A. D. 1916. is the time limited by said court tor said creditor to present their claims to us lor examination and allow, ance. Dated at the city of Barre. this 14th day of August, A. D. IBIS. THOS. H. CAVE. JR., ARTHUR C. TILDEN. Commissioners. Aus-18-26Sepl One McCormiek mowing machine, 6-ft. cut; horse rake, hay tedder, tipcart with good body, set high trucks with plat form nearly new; Gale-Baldwin silage cutter, No. 15, 17-inch knives, with 28 ft, carrier; 8-h. p. Olds engine, both of th above have been used but 2 years; ex press sleigh, 1 rubber-tired open buggy set trucks, medium-weight sled, good new; also a manure spreader. tt TONS EXTRA GOOD TIMOTHY HAY cut early and got in in good shape; 0 tons of oats and peas cut for fodder, also a lot of small tools. Don't forget ths date, August so, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Lunch at noon. All the strove personal property will be sold, as I have no further use for it. Terms at time of sale. DONALD SMITH, Owner, D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF ALLEN C. McKENZIE The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate eourt for tbe district of Washington. c:ummimshjn kits, to receive, examine, and adjuat the claims and demand of all persona against the estate of Allen C. Mo- Kensie. late of the town of Warre. in said dis trict, deceased, and all claims exhibited in off set thereto, hereby a-lve notice that we will meek for the purpose aforesaid, at the town clerk's office, in the town of Barre, in said district, on the Sd day of September and li,lh day of February next, from 10 o'clock a. m. until 4 oclork p. m., on each of said days, and that, six months from the 1 6 th day of Auguee. A. D. 191. is th time limited by aaid eourt for aaid creditors to present their claims to as for examination and allowance. Dated at the town of iarre, this 17th day of August. A. V. 1916. ANGUS A. SMITH, JOHN W. SHERIDAN, Commissioner. Augl-2SSepl WARNING FOR CITY MEET ING TO BE HELD AUG. 23, 1915. The It gal voters of tbe city of Barre, Vermont, are hereby notified and warned to meet in the city hall, eity of Barre, Vermont, on Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1915, at 7 oclork p. m., to transact tbe fol lowing business! Firt To elect a moderstor to preside at said meeting. Second To see if the eity will rote to place the employee of the fire, police, street, and water departments under the provisions of the workmen's compensa tion law. Third To do any other proper busi ness. rtated at the eity of Barre. Vermont, this I?1h dar of Aurt. A. D. If I V FRANK E. LANGLEY, Mayor. Attest I JAMES MACK AY, City Clerk. Ase-lMs-tl-IS Sale have skews a rea tin Bees Increase for 44 year. Quality resets. Largest aetHsg bran ef lee Cigar la the wsrla. F artery. Mas- cheater, N. H. Auction Sale I Will Sell at Public A net ion on SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 at 2 o'clock, at my farm Vi mi'e below Waterbury Center, known as the Wheeler farm, about 15 HEAD OF CATTLE and 1 brood aow j 1 jair cf Holsteia yearling steers, I yearling Holstein keif- era, balance Jersey heifers and rows, V. J. LelURON. Waterbury, Vt Aug. 11, VenneTt li'e re4rtrrs!ra. A C T'.t?.i a- e-v etf t v m-mn- .W . Bf ( 4r. r." i, las tt ana .. 4 th ac- MORRISVILLE FAIR Special Trip by Auto On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day mornings of this week, we will leave at 7 o'clock from Hotel Barre and 7:10 from Hotel Buszell, via Hard wick, for the Morrisville fair, arriving there about it,E Will return, leaving Morrisville 8 p. m. You should have your aeats reserved. 'Phone Us 464-1 Sound Trip, Ji.jo PERSONS' THB STANLEY STEAM STAGE" CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA (Formerly Riley') PROF. P. F. LANDI, Leader MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA- SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC F. and A. C. CARROLL, Business Manama Telephone 410, Barre, Vermont FOUR LINES FOR 25c Tr.e Time will publish Wants. Lost and rouna, or Bnlj, To Let, etc short adver tisements at the mte of four llnm for twenty. flv cents for the first Insertion and flv cents for each subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Home Buyers Notice If look In tr for a farm OP villuirtt horn, an. iwer this and learn what you can buy in' and near Northfield. Mam. P. n tw. it r. Northfleld, Mass. . . FOR SALE One nf fh .l;,.l--, i farms In town : situated lea than S miles from the city; 88 or 40 acres of level, produc tive land, with rood buUdlng-s and fruit and never-fai una- running .t.r u,.. ..j i For particular annlv in "frm .r. t,.m" ofilea. . , is7ts TO RENT TO RENT-Tenement for small family) alt modern conveniences. Inquire of Mr. Bertha Beattle, bpecialty Shop. jaTt FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT at S Keith SHED ROOM TO KENT For particular, miulre of Louu DeBlois. Wast Second .tree, imra. Vt or tel. JJ44-S. ll7tf FURNISHED FRONT Bnr,Mill I..- convenience.; Mrs. McCa.kill, 17 Wellington street; tel. J28-1. 106rf FOR SALE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE rnp at r t.i cylinder, fully equipped and in good runnina order; for .ale cheap if taken at once, or would take horse in exchania i. r-.ii at 17 Farwell street or tel. 669-M. 187t& FOH RATI? HP rvru vrr -.tt. . KRAI. HTrlPF V. . ,, " " . , T.7 , in v. arm, unner srood eultivstlnn t i. . . n i : - i , ---- - wu uuimjiuhh, wen stocked and tooled, 2 miles from railroad jusn, isnn, hock, tools, crops and machinery for sale at a low price or will exchange for a general store. Caledonia Real Estate Qo , St. MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING, PRESS ING AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 121 North Main Street Barre, Vermont DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS: 2 to 4 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur day ; also by appointment. " !4 snd IS Blanrhard Building Telephen SI DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Ream IS, Miles Building Telephen Cennecttiea Offic Honrs: 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1 :S0 to 4 p. m Monday, Tueadar, Thursday snd Friday M.J.WHITCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Calls answered promptly day or night An up-te-date Ambulance in connection EAST BARRE, VT. Telephone 12S-1 W1LLIAM3TOWN. VT- Telepheo 1 31-1 A. L. GOODRICH Piano Tuning and Player Rejsrulatinjr BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS, 14 Elm 8 1 rest Barre. Vt. Phone a-W Factory Experience with Chlckerlng AV Sen FARM FOR SALE Oft rvrmvns . yuoo renting property j larma that will keep urn in io ou cows; good location. J. B. Stewart, Northfleld. Vt 18t26 FOR SALE At South Washington, a farm of 120 acres ; SO acre good tillage, 60 acre of pasture, with plenty of hard and soft wood for farm ; fruit orchard ; 2 new barns ; home 4030 ; 00 softwood logs to go with the place ; S mile to Chelsea. 6 miles to Washington. mile to school ; the reason why I am selling is that I am left alone. Robert Johnson, South Washington, Vt. mtf J. J. DASHNER Real Estate Agent Bargains in Real Estate NO. 272 360-ACRE FARM? 7!! tilt age ; land level and very free from stone ; near good town; few rods to school: 800 to 400 sugar trees, good fruit orchard, about 100.000 it .01 sou wood, good lot of hard wood ; farm keeps a large stock ; plenty of bam, shed, and no room,; extra nice large house, with versi round two aides of it: buildinim are ll ood condition, with running water nt both ouae and barn : owner will sell .tM-k .ml tool a a right price and would exchange for a small farm ; this farm commands a splendid view of the surrounding country and is an excellent proposition for anyone wanting bur money-maker. - , llgtf NO. ITS ISO -ACRE Wn.I.TAMSTOWV FARM; 85 acres tillage; on three corners of a road, only 1 mil from Granlteville ; good iruu orenara, goon lot of ott and hard wood; farm keen It head of stnrlc snd tsn - nl.nt of barn and shed room; very good house: MtM f Iumu mwjl I . . L. it. . . 1 - '"!., "-nil .ins i.rm la m milk route, all established: 100 cords of block) wood, ail ready to sell; 10 cow, 1 pair of horses, and coiL and all tools, ineludin s gasoline engine; all for 4,400. list NO. !74 6S-ACRE FARM. 4 milai fmm Bern City; one of th beet small farms In the country: lays extra well; some soft and hard wood; fine large fruit orchard; building are good, location ia good; can be bought at a very- reasonable price, with stock and tools if desired. Il6tf NO. 276 Om of the nicest little hnma in the eity ; located on Ferrin street ; house is nicely finished ; good barn, a nice sunlit hen. house, large lot, with good garden, some fruit trees, near stoneshed ; has a splendid view of the city; the pi ice is right. llltf FOR SALE One-hor dump cart, t new double bottom horse scraper, picks, shovel, rakes, aingletrees, chain. Call at 40 Maple avenue. . mxt FOR SALE Dining and extension tables, art square, woven wire springs, light wagon, trav. erse, sewing machine, chairs, numerous other article. C. H. Granger, 41 Park street. 136tf FOR SALE-Windshield glass for utoma biles; polished edge, etc.; reset on short no- v?'- . i ,A; ,ne U Ubrty street, Barre, vu, tel. J8I-I4. 136W CARLOAD OF ROOFING Just arrived; . i j 1 17 ,,u i nan ml lowest price. K. A. Lane, 24 Liberty street; tel. 181-12, Barre, 186U FOR SALE Ahmit inn k.. i : chickens; wish to sell immediately. Inquire A. A. Sargent, Blanchard block, 'phone 108-t. 134t6 FOR SALE All fiiral.Mnr. . of lease and all that go to make a comfortable im wen. equipped notci for sale. Owner wishes to disnose of at nnr. ln. .r.-. death. For particulars call or write C. H. Corliss, Williams town, Vt 182tl2'tf Frill BATH- H.ll t. , . r .uiuiuiiv, pisno ana roe folding chairs; priee low ,-or immediata sale. A. A. Uoyce, . R. G. Robinson. 126U Excursion to St. AJbaru Bty, Au(. 26, Goio( Vts St. Albsns, Retnrnlni VU Burlintton. Trsin leaves Parrs 8:13 a. Mont- pelicr 0:07 s. nt. OniT vi. 89 for to round trip, which Includes rsil riJ to St. Albsns, electric car rids to St. Albsns Bsr, steamer ride to Burlington, thenrs rsil to starting point. pee flyers lor further psrtioulsrs. It doesn't pay to walk when you can buy a Maxwell Roadster, 16 H. PM fully equipped, for $200.00. Call in and see it. H.F.CUTLER&SON 310 No. Main St. FOR FURTHER IVFORMATION REGARD ING THESE VALUES, OR ANY OTHER AND ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE. INQUIRE OF J. J. DASHNER Seen t. . It, Hswland-Car Bids, Barr City. Vt TeL 17. The D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency Offering Spe cial Values ' FOR SALE Small eucumhers W i.l,n-. get your order in earlv flrat ..' rVfd'r,Jam'"iE- Miteh". rnrket gardener. FOR SALE -Horse, buggy, sleigh and har ness ; horse weighs about S60 lba. and ia safe and good for driving, work, or any place: a I have no further use for It I will sell cheap. Inquire Jos. H. Lavery, 507 North Main street, tel. 11-18. jit FOR SALE A nice 2 -seated carriage. Tel. ephone 86-4. gotf DELIVERY WAGONS We always have a good line ef Delivery Wagons en hand If yon need one, re member, "IT PAYS TO TAKE TIME TO SEE COLTON" COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELLER LIGHT, HANDY WAGONS Mora roomy than a buggy, much lighter than an express wsgon W cell them to " grocer for "harry-up" wagon $49.00 COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELLER HELP WANTED WANTED Ona table girt and t kitchen girl at once; good wage. Bethel Lunch, C. S. Shepard. Bethel, Vt. 138t2 AUCTION SALE The Big Aiaction Sale Starts to-night at 171 North Mam Street, corner Pearl Street at 7:30 p. m. s-hirp Don't fail to attend. Souvenirs to ladies and gentlemen. A Diamond Ring will be given away FREE for at tending the sale. REAL ESTATE, STOCK, TOOLS AND HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE Th tmderirnl will acll t public auction In the highest bidder, on the premise bow wruptca fiy trie, known a h Herrr heeler urn, tn uoodimrr. on th main road from routh Woodbury t Cabot, 2 mile, from Cabot and about 'i wilea from houth Woodbury, b -TODAY, AUGUST 27, 1913 t 10 o'rlock in the forenoon, the follow ing- described real estate and -ronal property i .MY HOME FARM .containing; about I0Q aire, equally di Uwied into till-, pasture; and wood (land; aurar orrhard of 3D an plea, rwti- irated to wt from TS. t. lisi.rK feet !of aoft .nod; .'ll''nt fruit on hard of rrafted fruit; a nearly view house, cost t,Vi"l to build a fw j-r aro, t-oa-tain II rooms ; th'-re are 2 bams, I S 4 ft. and I 2!it ft, tt .f runMttg j.eteT. lnwr nnj. At tbe same time and j-lare .ill be wM a full eyjn.pment nf tools, m-lud nf aH kind of farming ajnarli ibptt. rvlal rrnn separator, e prewa (ron, W-i.-b, liarro., rks,e1c j 13 HEAD OF CATTLE SETHI COWS, f4 Holsteia and JM . t (re.e ia e-arly wirter and !rir f . Tt yottrf and id t. 2 Hid itrtn y'l tr. rwrly all ! and the a-e c5ad-'". 4 rie. J !.'. 7 bet, and i l . 4 r"d bie b'Te. Q fottt of N. 1 flav. b4d rt . bairs, tabi-. rtire.ua, etn PMd. .nr-ocs, tnattresasa. Ivd a a l,5e I fv. .: a. e"tKr and t-e ar i f. i--!ii -: w . tie wii f -t t t in te f'ennnn. Aim. i roztt t ran lortmc n . .er. W II kt li"w(ti t yT r yn'-imT. Ir-rr at t :d " . 1 --. t y. wra- w t t. iris, Aug rr, :, t jririi cxafc ow. . tL ItllT. Ar. -eei. Ifee . JL IVtw i tmmr Afeory, Agntt FOR SALE Having told sir span of driving horses, I wish to dispose of a SURREY AND BUGGY both with pole - also, PAIR OP BAND-MADE H AHVESStS. Will U cheap for quick dis petal. A. L. sNWHT T Arerill Street, Bam. Vt TeL 171 Dsrs iI7-l E raftings How to Keep Well Keep th liver activ and the bowela regular by using Baiter Mandrak Bit ter.. It i a safe remedy for constina. tion, biliousnc, malaria, aick headache, loi of appetite, diuine, general debil itr. Sold every where, liquid or tablet. 24 cent. Ad vt. The City Auction Market is the place where you can convert goods you do not need into cash. Bring them in at once. Auction Sale on Saturday at 2 and 7 p. m. NEW FARM CATAI.OCH NEARLY READY YOU HAVE HFEN THINKI.NU Or r ARMS LOOK THG OYER. NO. 7t Aa esreptionsl vslue; new house with modern plumbing, furnace, etc.; 1 tene ment to rent or for hired help; 2 barns. 1 28i0 and 1 0x68 ft.: good wsrm stable; 226 acrca of land. 40 to 50 in tillage: estimated 100,000 ft. softwood lumbar; sugar buan of 800 maples, equipped: very large fruit or chard, over 201 hu. last year; thia desirable farm ia on a mala stag road. 11 miles from creamery, stores, etc. ; assy driving distance of Barrs, on one of the best rosos in thia section; will sell this desirable property for H.MiO 00. and If sold before September 10 will incln-ie 14 head of stock, calves, pr. extra good oxen, 7 pigs, 40 to 60 tons of hsr, 1 acre potatoes, lj acres com. a fine set of tools, all ready for immediate income. Look thia over; belter make an appointment now. Uitf NO. t7 fit acres, all equipped, t row. 4 head of romg slock, 1 ralvea. X horses, t colts, too's and eroi. all for (t.tOO.Oe ; tors led shout 4 miles from Har re City; there are about 44 acres is tllie.se; some wood and fruit; bar. 1'ixeO ft. Ions; two-story house, containing 4 rooms that is a very good one mas farm at mod-rate price ; a good chance to occupy and work In Barre ; will sell reel aetata alone for IZ.t00.O0. IZbxi NO. This ki one of those deairsble farms not asualiy offered: tills- land lar level and as entirely fres from stone: only i mile te railroad sUtlsna, short slk from stores, creamery, etc. ; 4 miles to Barre en good main rnad : good bouse and comfortable bam ; esumsted 2H0.0O It. lumber, which Is very valuable, being seily a few rods from mill, end, figuring what this ia worth, would make the price of the feme verv low; ia fsct. it would snore I ha a half pay tw the farm if the owner put ia some work getting it out. Price, M.soo.oo. mtr ONK Or THE BEST HOMfS Is Williams town village : bouse, bsifi. and four acres of land; krt us tell you about H. toe have some very good trsoes is city property just at Ibis time. e n before buying. I2tf WANTED A boy to work on farm and go to graded or high school ; would hire for a r. Arthur C Lamson, iluamstown. Vt. R. F. D. Ut4 GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy t get; my free booklet Y-'J tell how. Writ Ui-day NOW. i-srl Hopkins, Washington. U. U WANTED Married couple to work on farm, man to drive team la good one), wife to help my wife do the housework, aa wa board tbe help; do not reply unless you are both good help, as 1 can get plenty of No. t help In llaston offlcea : a liquor allowed ; wages. 140 per month and board ; reply, stating full par ticulars at once, a th position will be ready Sept. 1. E. C. Peck, BupU. HiU Top Karm. Lakevilie. Mass. I11 WANTED A good reliable -man tw-work in livery stable. Inquire at Cutler Bros. Livery, rear Hotel Barre. JI7t" WANTED Two or three hustling solicitor at once, ror full particular, apply in person to T. Tonguay, 13 Berkley street, Barrs, VU 1U WANTED Girt or middle-aa-ed womsa for general housework on fsrm ; no cooking or wsahing expected. Mrs. J. E. Crossett, Wa terbury, Vt. ; 'phone -ll. 1I2U2 WANTED Men or women to represent a relisble Arm manufacturing a very superior line of underwear and hosiery ; wru Immedi ately, in order to be in time for the fall trad. Mr. Amy M. Goodrich. Randolph Center. Yu liUlf PITIL Nl'RSRS wanted t th Tasntoa Stat Hospital Training School for Nurse, lee part iru is ra. address Pr. Arthur V. Cos. SupU, 1 sunloa 8 lets Hospital, Tauatss. Mass ltf W ORK WANTED TBI D. A. PERRY REAL rTATE AGENCY RARRE. VERMONT Rem I and 1. BesUsd-t eee Bldg. 0. H. HALE, !mE r JEWELRY Whea YOU waat a piect f Jewelry, cm la asd a .ur aplendid disjUy. WORK WANTED A young lady desirw pnsinon doing gvnersj housework. Apply st t Central street, Bsrr. ItsU BI S1NEM MAN PF-rnREi I or t anfur. nstbed moms; central snratioa. AS dress ' R ." 1 lines oftM-sw ll'tf WANTED- Pr aa Amerieaa young lady, a home for herself and erud. m a farm e f erred ; small wsse. Esniuir. Mrs. C W. aacee. barr Ctty. VL lt4tf WORK WANTKD Oirl warns amoral bousework. Cspsbie and good srorkec. In- sjutr at 44 Mapi svense. ISsU TF.ACHXR WANTS POSITIDN-An e.rrt- eweed teacher woutd like smtssa. Write to -Teacher.'' eaee Times, for nf.rmetiow 2t WANTED LAWN KnWIR.t-cl.nvw4 a.4 Veraired . by Jsswa Abera. 11 Biacksred afree, -tf O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler te Msia Rtrae rWle Agewt fee "RssS ss AmerSrss- as Rsrrs LOST AND FOUND j l OPT -fmir M'vfRaV. 1 bull M 1 tnHfr. Tw W MtsWT rv fi'iiwT ; iri ni wrrtt ni I Wtfi(f VhiUp hk, IVmhU It TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TEL. 310 STONE SHED SITES for Sale Located on Rojnton and Circle streets ad joining modern manu fact urine plants. Rail road runs throusrh the land. Lot are mc!I adapted for disposal of grout and he pold in ic9 to fuit the purchaser. Applr to Executor- of W. A. Boyce Etate. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS M.5CELLANTOrS w- r flk as " a- K S:i t;'t;- aMl n aw gwsr. w ILL t 1 1 r-. e-;u s- Ss. B I'-w w -w swt a -s ft s is