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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. UAKRK, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEMHER 13. 1013.
ABOUT THE STATE HArrENlNG.I or INTEREST from DIFFERENT SECTION Mr. awl Mra.-fieorga D. Jh'Cauip eeK' .fcratod tlioir (Wth wadding anniveraary t tlieir liome In Kpringtlold Kit. 4. Bpginning Oct. 0, the prlea of electric ity in Rutland it to be materially re duced. The minimum rate, which txen $1 per 'month, will from that time be reduced to 50 cent, and other ratci will also be lowered. Services will be held Sunday In the auditorium of the Putney Congregational church for the flrt time since the repairs were made. . Next month, there will tw services In the church to celebrate the anniversary of its founding. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T, Brainy of Rutland escaped serions injury when thrown from their carriage fciunday as they started for a drive. The horse be came frightened and cramped the car riage so sharply that it tipped over. Mrl and Mrs. L. If. Jones of ft. Johns tury observed their 67th wedding anni versary Friday. Their married life bat been spent on the same spot, but not in the same house, their first homo being destroyed by fire 48 years ago. For more than 40 years they have been famous gardeners of the town. ' Probably the oldest person to attend the St. Johnsbury fair this year was James Gilflllan of Barnet, who will be 81 years old next November and who has attended every fair since the present fair ground was established. He drove his own team eight miles each way and was accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Belle Thayer, aged 80. At the regular meeting of the directors of the Marv Fletcher hospital at Bur lington Monday, announcement was made of the bequest of Mary J. Hall of Kock Island, P. Q., of $13,400 to the hospital as a memorial to her mother. Dr. H. R. Watkins, who had been attending phy sician at the institution for the past 20 years, resigned because he has with drawn from active practice, and his place will be taken by Vr. V. n. .needier. AMUSEMENT NOTES. Some Interesting Countries Depleted By Howe's Pictures. . The pulse of the explorer beats within us at all times with more or less pres sure but when an opportunity presents itself to gratify wanderlust from a com fortable theatre chair via such an admir able medium as Lyman H. Howe's travel festival which comes to the Barre opera house on Friday night, Sept. 17, our long ing to visit diBtant parts naturally be comes keener. The perennial benefit de rived from Howe's travel festival as dis tinct from all other attractions, lies in the fact that it provides an avocation for all apart from whatever may be one's vocation. To every spectator it means a vacation which rejuvenates and refreshes the mind to an extent that makes it just that much keener and more sprightly. Just as you gain from a physical vaca tion for several weeks spent at the shore or in the mountains, so, too, do you gain in mental breadth and Inspiration by "traveling with Howe" and thereby ful filling your long-felt desire to lift the veil from those paradises which have lived in fancy. And speaking about par adises, more than one of earth's beanty spot will be depicted in all their pris tine splendor in Howe's new production. Among the most notable, of course, are the reproductions of both California ex positions Which Incidentally also includes a trip through the Panama canal. Every foot of these films was photographed by Howe's camera men exclusively for this exhibition. Of paradises further . afield there will be a rilmization of the parka of Paris during which the world-fa moue Boia de Boulogne, the gardens in the Champ de Mars, the Park Monoeau, etc., are shown in nature's own hues and tints. So, too, are the Trollhattan falls of Sweden, quaint Holland, and Bruges, Bel gium. Still other subjects will depict the ateel industry in France, porpoise fisheries, a railroad ride across Norway from Christiani to Bergen, a ride on a U. S. submarine, etc, Adv. Says Fanneri Treat Hired Men Like Animals. Ia the current issue of Farm and Fire aide a hired man makes the following protest a gainst the treatment accord ed hired men. by farmers: "What will the farmers do in a few years! They ar getting so they class tb hired men as animals. If they would give the hired mis a little chance they wouldn't be o hard up for help.; In 191S I wsa out through Iowa, Ne braska and In the Pak"ta, where they aid that tarn were needed. Find work 1 couldn't, and the farmers didn't want to associate with us laboring hands. I couldnt even buy or beg a n a from the farmers. As luck would hate it, I had money to carry me through, but the farmers wouldn't sell a tnL "I worked for a farmer that wanted Li men to be in the M by 5 a. m. and rot atop a minute. If wctit to tnaa we had to go at titpht. and it was ten mile. We offered to work late an as to pet off esrly on Satnrdsr niffht. but h wouldn't bear to that. Now bat ia a man to d" ia a r l.ke that!" Gypsum. Tb rlnf'eal survey ia imw htrih wtir.f its annual ft" t'1 rTdu tion of ri rini la 1914. Oule crpeuta a ni.r.d in tl.e I nited Mat to the etts-nt 4 2 476,463 a'wrt tons during the year, w,th a lu t,l trS.'. A Matter cf "Hew VacaT Witfc tVe tbnrwsMr inf"-l man IV mn ia awl .T1 1 take Me inrtn'r tit "fthut 3 the irn.et and K m "t ia tnsk trf the o "n. Ss'- l 1-sfe Jnsi.r rye to, f frvmt. Miitnl I t. P-a!!ad. p'twrl e-nt, Lrn iwi.M- iff, ;.i"r (!, 1 t. S'att Fast. Wktta Jaartur, ST- . ti, t a4 ij. - .! t- fW-T at a. jt l awl in. 't "f a m. do Ti ! I "t Jnvrwm at an. I .t "t. t-aia .1 - t I,.rr It U r n. for I"- ar: tl.-?w ' !" ti ti r" r" is. 1 15. I M 17 Vf4 T--"w.T!f t4 fi. - -, n-. i: u Intnt iff a" tn . -r 17. Wu-ft d, It t4 JTRf.r tn I -v.. fa Iff r-'v!f. My Agent By F. A. MITCHEL I took ray vacation in October in iny rinabout. Ont tvenlng I wni keeping on ey out for a plac to atay over when I camo to neat looking house-not, n farmhouse that looked s if it was or bad been inhabited by refined peopla. But wbat attracted ray attention was ft alga fastened to the gate bearing tu words "Matrimonial Agency." It seem ed rather to me that tbey should be "Courting Quarters." The place -was certainly very cozy. It is needless to add that I put np at the house. I was received by an elderly lady whose manner seemed quite too refined and courtly for an occupant of such a modest establish ment. I asked her if she were the matrimonial agent, and she said she was not. Her daughter was trying to make something In that way. She nev. er appeared to Btrangers unless they called professionally. Being curious, I told the mother that I was ready for a wife whenever fate should throw one Into my hands and, handing her a fee in advance, asked to see her daughter. I expected to meet an angular old maid or w idow. What was my surprise when the plumpest, rosiest little crea ture came Into the room, smiling from her eyebrows to the tip of her dim pled cbln. She appeared to be about seventeen years old, though she was twenty. Coming at once to business, she asked; "Do you prefer a blond or a bru nette?" Looking into her blue eyes, I told her that I preferred blonds. "But," I add ed, "before coming to particulars I should like to talk with you about mat rimony. Do you recommend It?" "It would be absurd for me to rec ommend what is so important a part, if not the most Important part, of na ture." It struck me that this was evading responsibility. I wondered at one so young being so diplomatic. "Do you vouch for the persons you introduce?" I asked. "Only for their respectability." "Then you do not guarantee happi ness?" "I do not The happiness of married persons depends only on themselves." "Have you made many matches?" "A number of persons I have brought together have married." "Have the unions usually turned out happily?" "I have not been in the business long enough to find out" "You surely don't sail under false pretenses." I described the appearance of the girl I should like to marry, and she might have been the twin sister of the matrimonial agent. She declined to notice the fact that I had given her as a model, and nothing I could do to neratiado her to droD her professional attitude had any effect upon her. Her method was to give her business card to the man of the couple she proposed to bring together, with the name and address of the lndy on it But she never introduced a couple unlesa she had thoroughly investigated both par ties and vaas satisfied that each was in earnest in seeking a matrlmolnal mate. Before leaving I gave her my name and address, with references to cer tain cronies of mine whom I could trust I had no Idea of having her in troduce me to a nonaible wife. My ob ject was to visit ber again, and I knew abe would not receive me uniesa I satisfied her that my application was bona fide. Indeed, in one respect it was bona fide. I waa willing to con aider the agent herself aa a possible wife not tbst I bad made up my mlud to any such result but it was pleasant to contemplate. The matrimonial agency was not far distant from my borne, and a fortnight after mr return I ran out in my car to see the agent again. She informed me which I already knew that the re port of me were satisfactory and she was ready to give me a card to a young lady who waa looking for a hus band. I took tie card, Dut inrormea the agent that being very busy, I might not soon deliver it Not wlab in that she should l delayed In re ceiving lr fee, I banded ber another rtiiner. She took it in a bustueas like manner and told me I was wel come to take my own lime la the matter. When I railed again I told the agent that I should like sevrral introductions, fating at the same time that I would (hoo a wife from among tboee ia whom ab waa inteneated. Sbe eon ented to this, and I left ber. During the winter I went to ace ber a Bomber t.f times, alwaye apologising for t bavlng called oa any of the yoorg la dle wboae addres abe bad give a me. Toward aprlng, aTter ha ring called oa the a-ent Enarytines and.vpoB Try Buckeye Mazda Lamps They las! longer Barre Electric Company 125 North Min S'rtct Telephone 9SAV PEimY & NOONAN LN EXCELLED FUNEKAL rUILM5HINC3 Ho7HtJ AinitilaPrt 5mif none of those she had recommonded, I went to see her for the last time aa a client I told ber that I hud decided tin a wife and it only remained for the lady to decide on me. She herself was the girl I wanted. Without any expression of surprise ho took out her porteinotinale and hnndod me the fees I hrd given hor. "You are offended," I said. . "Vbu consider that I have deceived you." "No," she said, with a arolle. "I knew your intentions before you know tbom yourself. I have accepted and saved these fees that you should have the wherewithal for an engagement ring." DIVORCE IN SCANDINAVIA. It la Vary Easy to Obtain, and It Does Not Cost Anything. In Scandinavia divorce by mutual consent Is the recognized way., And husband and wife may reach this agree ment when neither has violated any marital obligation. The law, you see, does not require them to wait until one has wronged the other. But when they have reached the point where they two know tbnt their real union is ended they may secure a divorce for the ask ing. It doesn't cost anything. There ia not even a lawyer needed. The proc ess Is simple. Ton notify a magistrate that you are separating. You are not required to go into details. You don't have to spread your marital trouDies on court records and newspaper pages. One reason is as sufficient here as when you entered into matrimony. You simply state that you no longer wish to continue the marriage. Then one party to the contract goes away for a year-ln Finland it is for only three months. At the end of the pe riod the magistrate hands you the pa pers that dissolve the marriage as quietly as it was made. If, as rarely happens, mutual consent through the refusal of one of the con tracting parties cannot be secured the process is a little longer, the probation ary period of one year being extended to two. But there is always a way out Sweden has no less than twelve grounds for divorce. It is accomplish ed in as dignified a way as any otaer partnership might be dissolved. Mabel Potter Daggett in Pictorial Bevlew. Baths In Finland. One of the greatest trials a visitor In Finland fans' to endure is a Finnish bath. The method of procedure is unique. Divested of outer clothing and attired In a light and airy cotton garment you are slung In a sort of hammock composed of cord above a large receptacle like the boilers in pub lic laundries. This is almost filled with cold water, Into which at the right moment is flung a large redhot brick or piece of Iron, which, of course, causes an overwhelming rush of steam to ascend and almost choke you. Then when that process has gone on suffi ciently long you are shaken out of your hammock, immersed in cold water, and after very drastic treatment you re sume your raiment, sadder and wiser than before your novel experience. The Cocoa Plantation. A traveler in South America, where the cocoa tree Is largely cultivated, speaks of the great care with which the young plants have to be protected from the sun, which If very strong 1j fatal to them. To secure this protec tion tbe planters shield them by ba nana trees and plantain trees, the bmnd leaves of which give them the Deeded shade. And even wben they are fully grown they need protection, which la given by trees known as "1m mortels," or, as the planter call them, "the mother of tbe cocoa." Thua tbe whole cocoa plantation has a aort of canopy. The Member Foe Calais. There was a time wben Calais was represented in the English parliament. It waa la the reign of Henry VIII. that Calais waa granted tbe right to send Its representative to Westmtater, and tbe names of some of Its members bare been preserved, lta last sitting member, for Instance, was one Ed mund reyton, alderman of Calais. London Standard. Paetaur' Tribute t Listr. Of all tbe tribute to tbe rr-utui cf Lord Llatrr, the dlaoorww cf nntlaT tic nurtrMT. Ktjl'tbly tbe moat towti lag was tliat jM ta blm ty Taateur. tbe famous! Frrn-b akntlPt. At meeting tf aaraot in Tart bjid yeara ago Lord Liater waa present, and Lia trtlUaut achievement were explained to tb aodleoce ly Paereur. Aa he )pi?red la bla aixfea ba t" rame mora and nnar eniuUofaal, and at Uat ba waa ao -arrted away r bla own eloquent Ibat tbe tears atood is bla eyea. Finally Le ate(ied down from tbe plat form, tn Inrd Liater, mbo waa In the front row of tbe andi ence. try Uth bauda, led blm Imek on tn tbe idatfrtn and kied Mm nil bntJi breka, after tbe tnaniteT of tbe I rrnf b, ta full view of tbe amtijl!y. Few coo! 4 bare kv-kr-d oa tjDtiioTed at tbe great rrenf bm n art of bomajre f tie 2ltlngT!ab! T.I.C tk annreon. itnr aarta Auction Sale or STOCK AND HAY As we wish to reduce- tlio mortgage on our farm and as we have wood and lumber business fur the coming winter, we have decided to sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on MONDAY, SEPT. 20, 1915 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, -on the premises where we now live, known as the Frank A. Oslo farm, on the road leading from Orange Center to Washing, ton, just off the stage road from Wash ington to Harre, 2 niiles from East Barre, i miles from Washington and 2 miles from Orange Center, the following described personal property, to wit: 49 HEAD OF CATTLE 49 CONSISTING OF 30 COWS, some now fresh, some to freshen in October and the balance in early winter. This is a good lot of dairy cows, grade Holsteins and Jerseys, all young with two or three exceptions; 3 2-year-old heifers soon to freshen; 5 grade Holstein yearling heif ers, 8 calves, 6 to 9 months old; 1 pair yearling steers, 1 registered Guernsey bull, 21 months old, -named Roy of Buena Vista farm, register No. 28,749; 4 horses consisting of 1 pair of black mares weighing 2,400 The., a fine work team; 1 black horae, weight 1,300 lbs., and 1 3-year-old mare colt. This leaves us team for winter worK. zi nogs, con sisting of 4 shoats, weight about 123 lbs.-, 1 boar and 22 pigs from 4 to 6 weeks old; also M tons of No. 1 hay. You will find this a nice clean lot of cattle, horses, hogs and hay. This will be a positive sale, rain or shine, without limit or reserve, as we need the cash or equivalent aa above stated. Terms: 60 days' credit with bankable paper. Lunch at noon. ' W. T. TUCKER & SON, Owners, Or angei Vt; P. 0. Address, Barre, Vt; R. F. D. No. 4- C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. Ajax Tires are guaranteed in writing: for 5,0 00 miles. To all non users of Ajax Tires, we will give free one new inner tube with every casing bought If you buy one, you will never change. They are good stock and are made right H.F.CUTLER&SOX 310 No. Main St. THE STATE FAIR W wilt ran aat stag f rem Barn ! tk 8ut Fslr WEDNE8DAT. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, SEPT. IS. 1. and IT. leaving Barre at (:2f a. as. free Betel Barret returning, lea. Fair Greand at I p. as. FARE fer reus trig, $2Ja Telephone t 44-2 PERSONS' THE STANLEY STEAM STACK Auction Safe or Real Estate To '!. the estate of the late Jwha C. B-tt, the unJt-raigtird will a. II at t.ulilK- aartion to the biplirst bt.ljrr, at 2 o'clock ia the aftrrima ot SATURDAY, SEIT. IS, 15j en the worth eat turner cf the ritiii, nrar the rniMir hih'aj-, the l.lo ing iliwrtbod rjTlT: i ESTIMATED TO EE ABOUT THIRTY I ACRES Or PASTURE AND WOOD-' LARD :tuat4 on the hill ia Harre, i t oa tbe rth4.rlr i.i f the, hurlnraf i.-arf.rf Irons the farm ol V. M. IWvil- tn tlie -,TB r How an-upi-d by )yr AtiArr" and hnoma a the (tarii S nt rt a farm, hmti Uo4 i newly -r-J ilk a trnmi.ir( froth ft Jmrg tia lr a4 ia a err 4l"iral.le pier. 4.( jr f rt j. Ja 1 w -1 i . f. C. BAXCROrT, A4r. f Jika C Baeeett Estata. C f. SXITH, Aartieaeet. Fire Insurance I rc pre-cr.t fctctj tff n cf te larcft an! l-et Stock arj Mutual Fire Ir.rjr zr.ee Crrrr"Jcs. Aik for rttes. j. w. nnxoN 8 mm giaswsv !- fAarnj, V BUSINESS CARDS DR. HOWARD H.KEID DENTIST ROOM 1. MILKS GRANITE BUILDING Oltlo hours: 8:80 a. m. to VI m. I 1 130 p. m. to 8 p. m. Kveninm by appointment TELEPHONES OIBcs, 08-W ruiiUnc 437 The Hruce Violin Studio EDWIN W. BRUCE, Teacher Pupil of Stveft, the Ci-Mtwt Tiithn In Europe Among Mr. Hrucv's profwionml pupils ar Edmund Ssnborn, Auditorium Thtr, Qu bc : Thom Hurroughi. Thtr St. Joh ni hil ry j Clsyton 8pncr, Violinuit, Tu(U Collene CiUe Club, and mny othon. Practical or che((.l work this scaion. Studio. It N'sImr St. Phone 101-M riANOS, VICTROLAS AND RECORDS For Bast Sanrict, Writs or Call at UAlLEY'S MUSIC ROOMS 14 Elm Street, Barre, Vt. II. J. LaRoe, Menacer 'Phone IJ-W CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA JOHN F. CARROLL, Leader MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC A. C. CARROLL, BueJnees Marnier Telephone 41 Barre, Vermont MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING, PRESS , INO AND REPAIRING MOORE & OWENS 112 North Main Street Barre, Vermont DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN " OFFICE HOURS t 2 to 4 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur day; also by appointment 14 and II Blanchard Building Telephen St DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Boom 25, Mile Building Telephen Cannccttiea 04le Hours: t a. m. to 2 m. and 1:20 ta 4 B. m, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday M.J.WIHTCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Calls answered promptly dsy r night An np-texUM Ambulance in cannectiea EAST BARRE. VT. Telephn 21S-1 WILLIAMSTOWN. VT Telephone 811-2 A. L. GOODRICH Piano Tuning and Player Regulating BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS, 14 Etas Street Barre, Vt. Phene 21 -W Factory Experience with Chick.rtng 4k Sons 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. 0, H. HALE, Mm WOOD FOR SALE Dry, mixed hard and soft slabs at S1.75 nor load. The loads will averajre from to U hard wood. S1.75 is the usual price of softwood slabs ; $2.50 is the usual price or hardwood slabs. ARTHURS. MARTIN Thone 53-W 43 Tark Street JEWELRY Win YOU vast a pieta af Jewelry, cam ia aa4 aea aar tplandid display. O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler ta Mate) a-tree at, Ag art tee "Bees Assei-tiaa la Bert ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE BARRE TIMES TXU 310 FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will nuklleh Want. Lnet snd round, f or Sal To lt, ete. ehort advar tliementa .t the mle of (our linaa (or twenty. Ave eenta for the Ami Inaertloa and Ave eenu for eaoh aubaequent Insertion. REAL ESTATE FOIl SALE COTTAGE HOUKE FOR 8AI.E-CI1 ml the premUM. 44 Academy atrect, Harre. 161(1 TOR SALE-Houao lot and stone shed In center of South Kytarate; tot will keep S row. and 60 chirkensi rauonable price. For fur ther information call at 417 North Main atreet, Uarra. 1B1U6' FOR HALE Houae lot and atone ahedi lot will keep S cows and 600 chickens ; reasonable price. For further Information call at 41T North Main street, Barre. 161128 J OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CF.N ERAL STOWS-Farm of ISO sens, tinder rood cultivation, extra good buildinn. well storked and tooled, mile from railroad town ; farm, stock, tools, crops and machinery for sal at a low price or will exchange for a Kvnoral store. Caledonia Real Estate Co.. St. uhmbury, Vt I34tf FARM FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for food renting property farms that will keep rota 15 to SO cows : lood location. J. B. Stewart, Northfleld, Vt 162t! FOR SALE At South Wanhlnirton, a farm of UO acres (0 acres food tillaire. 0 aeroa of paatare, with plenty of hard and soft wood for farm : fruit orchard : 1 new barn ; hou. 40x89; 200 eoftwood logs to go with the place; t mile to Chelsea, miles to Washing-ton, hi mile to school : tha rcaann whv I urn .llinir is that I am left alone Robert Johnaon, South vamnun, vu 114U J. J. DASHNER Real Estate Agent Has Just Listed the Following FARM. STOCK AND TOOLS NO. 2T For sale: 80 urn : 0 acre of rery productive tillage; very free from stone: good fruit orchard: farm keeoa 80 head of stock or mve; plenty of barn and shed room; 35 stanchions; silo; horse barn; chickenhouse: 8-roora bouse in very good condition : water at bouse and barn ; there ia a Urge milk route connected with this farm; you also get with this farm all the stock, tool, and crops; this property is only 2 miles from Barre City; a splendid opportunity for someone. 150tf A PLAIN HELD FARM NO. 277 For Sale ; only 4 mile from Barre City ; lil acres ; 0 acre tillage, balance pas ture and woodland: good fruit orchard; farm keeps as head of stock and team ; enough soft wood for place ; large amount of hard wood ; plenty of barn room; alio; new t-room house; water at house and barn ; school on the farm ; owner would sell stock and tool at a right price; U fee S,W0. HOtf WILL EXCHANGE FOR SMALL FARM NO. 178 For Sale or Exchange; 150-acre farm ; Et acre maehinaworked tillage, balance pastui and woodland ; 1,609 auaar tree ; good fruit orchard; enough soft wood for place, large amount of hard wood : farm keerja 12 head of stock and team: 1 large barn and Dlaeksmitn shop ; XO tie-up ; horse bars ; 7. room house f water at house and barn; with this farm you get all the stock, tools, and crops. All for 12,000. lSKtf NICE CITY PROPERTY NO. 27 For Sal ; ous oa East street, T rooms, bath and storeroom ; good location : t lota, 4 acre in each lot; garden : IS BDOle tree, and other kind of fruit ; shad tree ; 8 rose bushes ; 2 pi its ; city and spring wa ter; gas; furnace heat; cement bottom cellar: this property ia la good condition, and the price is only 12,160. 16Utf IF YOU IK) NOT FIND JtJgT WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IN THIS LIST, just call at our office or drop us a line far description af others, as w hare a largo and growing list to adect from. If you wish to dspos of your real estate, list it with us. aa w am selling a big amount of property and caa surely help you. J. J. DASHNER Rmbu t, (, ;. Bowiand-Car Bldg Barr City. Vt Tel. 179. IF IN THE MARKET FOR REAL ESTATE SEE THE LIST OF THE D. A. TERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY LARfJE ILLUSTRATED FARM CATALOGUE FREE FARM OR CITY PROPERTY, WHICH 1 NO. The hous on this farm b betWr than meat city how as ; all finished in natural wood, heated by furnace, hot and cold water, toilet, etc.; eon rains II room and is practi. eaUy new; very pUeaantly situated. Tbe farm contain ISO acres and will carry 20 cows; haras full of crop now; cetra good suaur orchard of 1.0O maple, equipped for o0 trees. Makes a quality of sugar hard to i!kI. Ketimated 100, OoO ft. of soft lumber. This i a mod farm, one on which yo ean mak mssey ; kaa extra good buildings and is in wry prosperous farming sertion ; 8 mile to town. a mil tn achoot. and a bargain at IS, OHO. 00. Good term of payment can be bad; must be (old. 154tf fipi.rvnm vu t.acc purr of ii vn. within driving distance of Barre ; evtra good mnA ham, - knM tn ft hna let u show you photo; price tl.fioe.00. IMtf WANTED AN OFFER for a parrel of Rumm street property ; lwy raited at I IS. to par month. 164tf A COOD TRADE IN AN EITRA GOOD HOUSE, tarn and extr Int near Berkley tnwt; mitrat xchng for farm. 164tf SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, barn and oitra lot in smith part ef tn ctty for ecily 61.."i)H: m r good repsvir d will mak any good bnme: would rent tor 616 per snontb ; you will nsv to spsak ukk to get this. 164tf WE CAN PLEASE YOU In nytiln tn the al stt line ; protert ymir interests by eon. suiting is before buying or soiling real setate. TBE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY HARRE. VERMONT Iml S and 8. Beolaad-f tv Rldg. LOST AND FOUND m rtty, 8 trsmk im. ssm shsvr. twd svi'b rnnk rikhna. ism kssv thee at 1 unrs nrr. mi IXT- Avrjil Vnl kit. wr flaiifJ4 rillas-c. i.t arr SMrtitr or retura to f Cntwrn. TiasnfM: U4. 46-2 T 11M.' tfT. CTRil'l D OR T01.r.N frara awe r4 the ketth r.t. a brd; be.r to-cs-to to harUa H. tinpnrt M Karr. fc f) i. Mr. Ivr"Wt r mrd fo th rr.n f th belter. I4 1.0T lhit M brrr. rM.it I Fr 1 !.! pi. re.m to As tfwe. NOTICE Raving n torn. 8 fr rattn, 1 a Hourpaintinr and Taper Hansrintr II. ItOI-EY. Painter 881-8 storm. . rSW 7 tw sstoww a siiUs im i esiss tr (talXf IS- I -- sto 9w4 . 4r, a. tw rtor. I How to Keep Well Y" the I aw-. e th- '.' r-Ttiair y r rg ta. It ta tn-r 1 rxt -f-a ; lja. t.uH.an". . i.-wd -. kns erf 1-r- Curr-e -'- '" rr -"T b--r. l-wid ag btv Xa rmt-it't. TO KENT dksirahle nritNisiihiu room to RKNT, with or without kitchen privileges. Apply at 7 French street, first floor. 1641 TKNKMKNT TO RKNT Alsa barn room. Apply at 44U North Muin street. 16ltf FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT At 18 Eastern avenue; modern conveniences. Mstf roit SALE FOR HALE Wood and lumber; No. 1 wood, 12.60 cord ; dimension lumber at reasonable prices. Fred U. Powning, tel. 611- 16itt FOR PRIVATE BALE at once, all of my household goods, consisting of beds, spring, 1 Iouiikv, 1 larg mirror, dishse, tubs, and oth ers too numerous to mention ; 1 good cook stove, (Kenwood range nearly new, Mrs. AU vin McLeay, Uraniteville, Vt. lotU THE EMPIRE SEPARATOR -Easiest run ning, clean skimming, long-lived snd reliable. For information and prices, see or write L. B. Dodge, Dsrre, Vt. 16416 RESTAURANT FOR SALE, with 10 rooms, all furnished; everything in first-class shsoe: doing An business In one of the best towns In the state; I am selling becau I hive other business and am obliged to sell soon. C. 8. Sbepard. liethel Lunch, Bethel, Vt. 161tS PIGS AND SHOATS FOR SALE D. G. Millham, East Montpelier; tel. 847-81. 163t FOR SALE An old-established grantt and marble business having a splendid trade with good prices; 16 miles from nearest competitor; no competition ; 1 will start the right person on considerable work at once; on account of poor health, am obliged to sell Very soon; you can buy mv shop, land, stock, tools and trade very low, F. F. Nourse, Barre, Mass. 164U2 FOR SALE An 8-yr.-old bay mare; kind and fearless ; good for either work or driving ; weight about 1,160 lbs. Inquire of N. V. Blanchard, Camp street; 'phone 166-11. 15Jt3 FOR SALE Boys' electric locomotive, 8 naasenrer cars and 16 feet of track : all in good condition l will be sold cheap, j. Wen dell Smith, 87 .Ferry street. . 154t- FOR SALE A good work horse: weight. operative Store, between 1 p. m. and 4 p. m. 46 Granite street. 163' FOR SALE Squar piano (Billing 4 Son! in good condition and suitable for any musical purpose; owner leaving town. Address letters rJ. E.," ear of Times. 16413 FOR SALE On pair horses weighing 8,000 lbs. ; young and kind. Will Dunn, R. D. 2, Barre. Vt ; tel. 886-14. 162tf FOR SALE Ffty ton of good hay ; 7 tons of good straw. Apply to laaao Recor, Chelsea. Vt 162t6 HAY FOR SALE Early cut horse hay. C. J. LePage, Beckley hill, "phono 807-X 163t8 FOR SALE Seel winter rye. J. W. Avr 111 ; tL 807-8. Hltl2 FOR SALE On large second-band fur nace ; used 4 years ; steam coil and piping with it Address "Furaacs," Tim orhee. loOtf FOR SALE A nearly m top buggy. Mrs. H. S. Miles. 70 North Main street; tcL 46J-W. 14Hf FOR SALE A small lunch room, centrally located ; rrason for selling, other business. Address '," car Time oificn. 144tf FOR SALE Young Holstain-Friesian bull of all ages: sir carries 76 per cent the sam breeding as the 826,000 bull, and out of d vance register dams. W. B. Dodd 4V Son, North Hero, Vt 144t87 FOR SALE Scott's delicious extracted hon or. At bouse. It Richardson street, 16 lb. net Ask your grocer for Scott's honey. ISStf FOR SALE Hall furniture, plane and 2(0 folding chairs ; pries low for immediate sale. A. A. Boyoe. R. G. Robinson. 12tf ROASTING CORN Fresh picked fof roasting. We have both White and Golden. It is now prime, sweet and tender. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orang County and Now EgUnd Telephone EXPRESS WAGONS W hsve them with on or two sts and at prices lower than ever. Also a few odd jobs in Bugirie and Handy Wagon that w will close out at $.. , You will be surprised at their valua. Seeing j believing. COME AND SEE. A. W. ALLEN CO. Orang Cswnty and New England Tiepbn ENGINES Hirh-grd Engin. i H. P.. nearly new. oast tieia ; Engine m in eseeiiem ronniuim, wv worn : waa taken in cxehang for a hinrer Ersio. It is worth much more than the i- iM&a prr New m H. P. Engin. a dandy, tn m kirM trit run our lurnung p.mv. .. One H. P. used Engine, floe condition: lust what jm want to w on Sepamtor. . Ili.tt COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Orang Ceaaty and New England Tilephsns REME.MBER OUR OFFER W y yr fsre U ya by a gn er Einsn f a this nth SOME SPECIAL VALUES COLTON 4 STATE STREET KONTPELIKR Farm and Team Harness W always hav a big dispUy of all kind of Tsi-m sl Team Hsrnes. 'A new strap for a poor an. POPULAR LOW PRICES COLTON STATE STREET MONTPELIER HELP WANTED m ANTT:i A alnrte f"r gmersl farm rws ; awt be .'. rlr to letter to Man," ear of lsi omre Hit w ,vTrnu.s wnnwn to reprsseeit a risle ufa-tunn rry mperlcr hsw of e.irwsr sr. bnwft : write tmmedi. su-lv in prder to m t'm lor tr is.. Center. t FEMALE HELP WANTED n TD A rirt Inr . hn.work In :a,l f.r. Applr t i Mi X. I Harre. U?" AVTT I - wtpewt girl fnr " Fl W..- . - tort - re Pfly. T C, I r Mine. 4 Hna street. pr,wr. Vt rrrn rM.ir' -w tr Tur.si a t-r"l T .ato-t fr SW tm. 4re I' rtow w. M. nM Heart!. l.vtov. WOliK WANTED . ii ,r ;,,x atvnp a w.td-ed v "! r- SMl ii..fi' - -. . w. r.rm. '-. t i ' ... vti w . . m r. Ike ,A4s . r, . fj... . i. - i " 1 - r. At-,. 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