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''THE BARRE DAILV -TIMES. BAIfflK. VT.." TUUKSiJ.. OCTOBER 28, 1915. J
ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS Or INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS Dr. ClmrlfB Burnham of Manchester hut) taken to liia pork on Lake Emerald, three doe from the Vermont Soldiers home at Bennington. William Dunn of Stamford captured two. big black beara lust week. One weighed 3(10 pound and the other 275. Dunn hm trapped four bear in Stam ford and vicinity during the past four veeks. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lovell cele brated their golden wedding anniversary in Korthfleld Friday, Oct. 22, by a din ner at the home of Prof. C. V. Wood bury and a reception in the Congrega tional church. Mrs. Lovell baa for many years been leader of the Congregational choir. j ; The old Ray building in Brattleboro, used as a livery stable for many years, was partially destroyed by fire a few weeks ago, and when workmen began to tear away the debris last Monday they found that in the time the build ing was used as a stable, rats must have eaten hundreds of dollars .worth of oats, as every nook and cranny was packed solidly with the shucks, the ker nels having been eaten. William Henry Kinney. William Henry Kinney of Tlainfleld died iWednesday, Oct. 27. He was born in the same town May 3, 1836, and there the greater part of, his life was passed, where W was engaged' in various busi nesses. His parents were David and Esther (Bliss) Kinney. He was a grand son, on his father's side, of Rev. Jona than Kinney, the first resident minister, and was the last of a number bearing the name of Kinney to reside in Plain field. . He was held in high esteem by bis townsmen, who confided to him of fices of trout, which he always faithfully ;mr,orf iullv filled. In all his deal ings he was upright and was sought for ... , rr. .' . responsible service; xie waa iwra mi r:,,i Tfirt flct. 12. 1857. to Sarah J. X Fink, daughter of Rev. Joel Fisk, who had recently died in tne pasioraie i the Congregational church in Plainfield. She died Nov. 5, 1871. Of their three children one son, William Chapman, lived to maturity and died April 27 of this present year. Second, Mr. Kinney mar ried, Sept. 15, 1883, Elmina (Pike) Tiuk ham, who gave of her best love and service to him in all his long and lan guishing illness. He is survived also by one graudson, in line, Chapman, a mi nor, who, with the son's widow, Mrs. Harriet Belle (George) Kinney, continues to reside at Plainfield, X. J.; and by a stepdaughter, Mrs. E. J. Bartlett, and her two daughters and son, Mildred and Mnrjorie and Herbert, all of Plainfield, Vt. Mr. Kinney was identified with the Congregational church of Plainfield, to which he gave much thought and effort. In town and community as well as in the bereaved home he will be sorely iniHRed. The funeral will be held at the home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock and interment will be in the Center cemetery. EAST BARRE. Notice to taxpayers in East Barre Are district Xo. 1, Saturday, Oct 30, is the last dar on which you can pay taxes to the treasurer and save discount. adv. ECHOES FROM WEST TOPSHAM West Topsham Happenings Al ways Interest Our Readers After reading of so many peo ple in our town who have been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills, the question naturally arises: "Is this medicine equally suc cessful in our neighboring towns?" The generous state ment of this West Topsham resi dent leaves no room for doubt on this point. Mrs. Hattie F. Dodgo, West Topsham, Vt., says: "When I got up in the morn lug, my bark armeJ as if it would break. It felt as if a rope was bound tight erost my kidneys, raustng almost un bearable pain. 1 could not rt comfort ably in any oitinn and I got up in the morning feeling worn out. Doan's Kidney Tills acted dfrertly on my kid neTS and soon made them normal." Wic 1MV. at all dealers'. Don't sim ply ak fir a kidnry remedy gt Da's Kiilnry Pills the mtti that Mrs. Jv1g lisd. FntT-Milburn Co, Props, Buf falo, X. Y. Auction Sale OF MORSES Tk er.iifMi-t.i will swll at fut-lw ti'1 lb- hifch-t l44"f, the j,r. I. nova a th I" I- Mrtin ,i.fT MM i Tn i-"t u'ir. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2913 at to e'clcKk is tfc f it re con, tb It11ir. rr.4 prrprrTy: 8 Horos Wagons Sleigh 1 r n.ar-, 9 J. ''. . .,,-t t l "" v . 1 -. ry v r (rare. itM aWtit !. It s 1 $!-rn "" 1 " '- a . -- iff Wt -eV; Ui wis') and I jt. M W'Ut IS ti ; 1 w 3 -! aurrsy, I t t-ri . 1 2 -.-i -4 tfr r"ts. t'f (t-,r. I r ''. 1 i -cd -)t . I f !'" Mf"" -. & it-ff s'ir'-. '-r.t ! r fw-. i i' 'S I -- 1 .K I - "tj t r-- - fr rt. k-. 1 : "!' !- T at f l!TrtV" !V Ami-. rrA. ? ": '' iiH t. All T. Crr II. A. iUiT, Aaccjees, tasa, Vl AEROPLANE PLAYED IMPORTANT PART Were Next in Importance to the Guns in British Plan of Attack in Battle ' of Loos, According to One of Descriptions of Battle. British Huadquarters, France, Oct. 28. Since the taklne of Loos all the army is singing the praises of the guns and the planes, mo men uomnaramens imu ever been heard on the Brititili front as that which preceded the attack. There seemed no intervals between the ronnrfa nf ftia ariinl! not even tllOSe of the beat of a snare drum. The roar had the power and continuity of Magara falls. House windows in the surround ing country kept up a continuous rat tle. , "It is the sweetest sound in the world." said one of the surviving vet erans of the retreat from Mons. "It ill pet into the German trench and have a fair fight of it and you won t charge into the piay oi me machine guns or be hung up in the barbed wire. A year ago when we held the Germans back from the channel ports we were doing it with flesh and blood against the outnumbering Ger man artillery, xne mosip comiomng aiirlif. in t.hn world is an eicht-inch how itzer j and next to that is a motor truck loaded with high explosive shells." A mm-ninc? annroaehed after the nicht of bombardment, officer on the British front were looking at their wrist watcn- es. In front of lxos tne ngure six marking the half-hour half -past six was the goal . of the creeping minute hand. At that moment a wave of men rose from the first line of British trenches, and the volume of shell-tire wa lifted from the first line German to th second line as th stream from a hose is lifted from one flower to anoth er. Meanwhile everv man in the charge tried to outrun every other man. The sooner they were in the German trenches the less likelihood of the Germans com- itiir nut. of their liuouts and recovering their senses after the bath of shells and firing on the advance. If only one ma chine gun can be manned Deiore me eharca coea home the charsre may be stopped in that immediate section. It is all a matter of wrist watches, oi speed, team play and of seconds. With the first flush of dawn the birds of war had come from their aerodromes. The shell-fire and the planes were all that the onlooker might see. "T ahmihi think that we had eicht planes that day to one of the Germans," said an aviator. "We had concentrated planes as well as guns." Onlv when the secret of the point of concentration is kept can such an at tack succeed against a modern aeien hiva nonition. The Germans had learned that the British were preparing an at tack; Tor tneir soiuiera cauea oin iroui their trenches to the British : "When are you coming V to which one Briton replied: "I'll let you know as soon as Sir John French tells me. Attacks were made that morning at several nlaees: but the Germans expect ed the real attack elsewhere than Loos. "There has been a good deal of talk, mf,t a staff officer, "to the effect that the element of surprise has disappeared from war. It is as vital as it ever was. Only concealment wss never so difficult." Troops and guns had to be moved at night when the German planes might not note the concentration, iirmnn pmns must ward off German planes by day. Infinite labor and pains in detail are required, of hundreds of thousand of men for such an attack, jnat oi tue medical corps alone is stupendous. On th mornini? of the attack beds were ready! and the countless ambulances and the clearing stations ana an me intricate organiiation for caring tor the wounded ready. As the attack proceeded a veritable flock of planes was cutting circles and and tumimr over the battlefield a if in an exhibition of airmanship. They ippeared to be discounted wnn tne Dai fa. hut mi narticinant was more buv or intent than they. All the panorama of action waa beneath them; they alone could really "see" the battle if they chow. But each aviator stole only pass ing glimpses ol tne wnoiej tor wn im as intent on his part which was to keep watch of whether the shells of the batterr to which he reported were on the target or not. To distinguish- whooe aiteu nurti a a m hnae in the midft of that cloud of dust and amoke over the German positions seemed as difficult as to sep arate the spout of stt-am irom one niw from another wDen a nunureu cn ina a wall of vapor. Every youtn In tngiana apparrmij anta to iret into th aerial service. Sn tha rorns has its tik. Promotion is rapid; the romance and the ecitement . ... of the work appeal, it ts easy to iar tn fly in the very stable types of mi- lunes which, as tue aaying ' '.m.1 tiroof ." It takni omv to months. to train man with aptitude to do tlie routine work of twin na is nee. But he mut he young. Mn do "t larn readi It after ther are thirty, with few exeep- ti,s, and they are very rxr pupus in deed. aft they are taiity-Cv. It is 1x4 difficult to spot hU hen only a few batU-ries art firing tuit ba rhp a hufdrd guns are dropping .h. li. tm a half m;l fror.t of rera hie'dv trained eye Is required. Ucra Knatly f lane "waa oWrved t slip fl.iwa Ik a lk nn naa nvi fi.h in the water. At ail hwxards that Mn-pid aviat'-r was to dntir th turta the hatt'ri hnh .r r p -' '"1 1 1 t-i-msfis unit t liavo t i ia n rar tmt tlr Ihiit trjing f holJ l'k H In.h u.'atttry to tr at hum- nb f tM r drri j ig wr rauma4 tra.ns aa4 l'i'. to Kidr tb ("Tiia iii-m thy Im-J hr tl i-rf i4 t! atta-k a t" I ert-d frt.ni rokimg rVin'"r'n-it to tie p"t- l-r t'at kind f work a fur a!l r-"rf t srntrfs I te V.,v Jj inf e4w4. Ttf 4"a ut f tta ia have a V4 d'f a W'Bh a"4 V-m a r t e r lf'" t. itiiiim r Vfiff tlw-.r ftir-r-'t tn lr takra im V i - K'. t UV tn't t- T"i im it.to f-! k t'rTx 'f. f k mf Bw ''' fmtm 4 f ; Uiri(f "jt .V.. ire tmA W- ' t ;frB "iit-t! -if . m s ' t a'-.a-t t 4 ri it a. A v ar-a f i--- r-- - mt-i'i t:.'t tf V - MM.r- ' r " " 't V- '. ! t-- rm fm i5 o ti tm-wmwm - a i t . f--t '' t i-nt t- f i .t wr ""-; -4 .,wk. i I v " ti abkjat a aa a .m ,m.X. ft 00 Reward. $100 Th. readers of this PP.r will .ti 2 learn tlt tbur. Is t fe.e oiia dr'iuleJ dl" I niTc.t.V h Cur. I. t.. taSraslly. aellnf i Jiiuj Sliu thi . Moid and maeon. surfseri , .bu.'nd:.p if: ffis J i much MHh l It" eur.tlr. p.wr. ttast tb'T IHllS to cura. orna v. . - Addr.as F. J. CHENEY uu, v. Bold br all I)rus1t, T5c. Tak Hall's Famllr PlUs for coatlpitlon. The Comfort To Bo Derived from life depends on the pathway chosen, lie who ia industrious, frugal and well insured has surely learned the secret oi comfort. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence building, Montpelier, Vt. STOP AT REVERE HOUSE BOSTON Hot and cold water, Ion dtatanco tola, phono in avary room. Eighty room, with bath, Culalna and aarvico unexcalled. fl.ee par day and upward. AUCTION SALE I will sell at public auction at my residence on Beckett street, in Williams town village, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 at 1 o'clock p. m., the following REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE and garden. Small quantity of hay, 1 horse, driving and work harnesses, 1 himkhnnrd. hiicirv. liirht farm wagon, ex press wagon, spring-tooth harrow, weed- er, horse rake, straw cutter, cultivator, grindstone, cross-cut saw, chains, pitch forks, shovels, hoes, 10 bushels of pota toes, quantity of 16-inch wood. HOUSEHOLD UUUUS lounges, coi bed, chairs, bureaus, springs, I cooking range, 1 box stove,- carpet and rugs, crockery and tinware, kitchen cabinet, tubs and wringer, V, barrel vinegar. J. B. BROCKWAY. H. S. PRURY, Auctioneer. Auction Sale OF STOCK, CROPS AND FARMING TOOLS The tindersigned will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on the promises owned by me and occupied by Frank Gray, known as the Dan Guyctte farm, 3 miles from riainfiVld and 5 miles from Marshfleld, near the I'lainfleld Gravel Pit, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon, the fol lowing stock, crops and farming tools: 14 HEAD OF STOCK 12 Cows, Grade Jersey and Hol steins, good ages and sizes 1 pr. 7-year-old Holstcin oxen, have Wen worked aingle and double, both in woods and on farm; a fine all-round team; H White Cheater and Berkshire brood sows, some having piga with them; 11 choice shoats, weighing about ftO to 100 lbs. each, 1 fine yearling boar. FARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY TWO SETS Or THE FAMOUS ONE BEAM SIEDS, are light enough for a pair of hows, or heavy enough for 4 horses; 2-borae wagon, dump-art, corn planter, mowing machine, horae rake, wheel harrow, cultivator, smoothing bar 'adder cutter, draii tdow. nice rung sleigh, horse hoe, Simplex rram separa tor. No. 9, nearly newj set pulley diocks and ropes, 5 ox yokes, potato diggers, and a lot of small tool., including iron kettle, chains, hoea, fork, bara, ftriwTi. post hole dig-r. wheelbarrow, grind stone, etc. CROPS ABOUT no BU. NICE POTATOES, too BU. FIELD CORN. 150 BU. OATS, 40 BU. BARLEY, a quantity of cm fodder, not tombed by froat. tiumtxT of tons of hay, quantity of oat and barl'T straw. Terms at Mm of aale. Tverrthmg ill 1m- sold without reaerre or I, nut. I.umh at !. JmmW the dt, To-a!ay, Nov. t, at 10 30 orlok ia the forenoon. H. P. HINMAN, Owaer, Barre, Vt D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. r JEWELRY When TOU aat piect f Jewtlry, coma la aal aoa eut j.la4i4 eisrUj. j O. J. DODGE, The Jeweler j J te Maia fHraat I ala alrt fa Fire Insurance I re prefer, t feven teen cf the Ureft nr. I rt Stock tr.J Mutual Fire Inrjr fer.ce C rr.par.ks. A?k for rates- j. w. nn.?jnN t m-4 t l- r-- fta-ra 't I rAMMTSVirmKWV IV fVT If' T. I 1(1 VI Ji h'VW I A If I lH I H I I T 1 , TaJ H . l I I L illU I VViUiMiUWv' war. w w I JfUUimkHJ V' I IflJIL JM I 1 AJkl A w 1 ' ' . .. . ... - i ' ESTATE OF ADEIE CATTO The undriend. having barn appointed by m. h.,nri.lila nrobata court for tha di.trlrt of Wa.hinulon, COMMIHSIONKHH, to rn-elva, axamina, and adjunt the claim, sad drmanil. of all parson, aaainat tha mtata of Adt-le t'atto, lata of th city of liarra, , In .aid dbtrlrt, dvcoaM'd.and all claim, sxhlhttad In off tet thereto, hereby atv notlca th.t w will meet for tha' purpiie afofnujil, at tha ollioa of Smith, Whlttomb A Coolc Comixiny, In the city of Darre, in aaid district, on th 24th day of November and 7th day of. April next, from 10 o'clock a. m. until 8 o'clock p. m., on each of .aid day., and that alx month, from th 8th day of October, A. D. 115, I. the tlm limited by .aid court lor Mia creditor, to pre- sent tnair ciainia iu um .w EAuimiiaituu uu allowance. '.,. -.L j , Dated at th ciiy 01 Darre, ini. iuvn aay 01 October, A. D. 1011. FKANK L. SMALL, THOS. H. CAVE, JR., Comml loners. Oct21-28Nov4 Auction Sale ' OF - Stock and Tools As I have purchased a jarra with all the stock and toola that I need,' I will sell the stock and tools on the farm where I now live, known as tho O. V. Dix farm, in East Montpelier, Vt., sit uated 2 miles from East Montpelier, 2 miles from riainfleld and 4 miles from Barre City, on , Saturday, October 30, 1915, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, the fol lowing: 60 HEAD OF CATTLE Consisting of 3a High-Grade Holstein of them have iust freshened, some will freshen before the sale, and balance this fall and early winter) a good, clean lot of fine dairy cows; 1 2-year-old Holstein bull, 27 head of young cattle, 2-year-olds, yearlings and calves, good etuffj 1 pair of gTay mares, weight 2,500 lbs., extra good workers; 1 5-year-old driving horse, a good one; 1 10-year-old black mare, fearless and t.fA for ladv to drive: 1 6-year-old chestnut mare; 1 7-year-old gTay mare, weight 1,200 His.; 1 4-year-oia gray con.. Tho.o horaca are extra cood. Ten shoats that weigh from 50 to 75 lbs., and 60 hens and pullets. FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY 1 2-horse lumber wagon, 1 express wag on, S buggy wagons, I Studebaker auto mobile in good running order; 1 pair of work harnesses, 3 single drive harnesses, mowing machine, horse rake, hay tedder, wheel harrow, smoothing harrow, seeder, w. hm. cultivator. rlow. wheelbarrow, 3 milk cans, 1 Marlin rifle, nearly new, and small farm tools, suen as mains, iron bars, whillletrees, eveners, hoes, rakes, forks, shovels, etc., with some other articles not mentioned. You will find this a good clean lot of stock and tools, and is being sold only for the reason above given. Terms at time of sale. Lunch at noon. BERT DAVIS, Owner. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. Auction Sale v OF , FARM, STOCK and TOOLS As I have decided to give tip farming and am planning to move out of the state, as I have other business, I will sell at public auction to the highest bid der, on the premises now onl and occupied by me, in Williamstown, known as the Alexsndor farm, in the Alexander neighborhood, jut off the main road hading from Williamstown to Chelsea. ON THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1913 at 10 o'dock in the forenoon, the follow ing described farm, stock, Uxds and crops: MY HOME FARM containing about sio acres, equally di vided into tillage. ature and wood land; a lot of bard and softwood lumber; the soil is very productive and in a high tats of cultivation; is extra pood potato land hav raiaod 2..VHI bu. of gt.J-d mar ketable potatoes in one year on thi. farm; cuts 40 tmi of hay and will sum mer and winter 21 ( and 4 horses; extra nice modern barn, bay dren in at the top; ha basement; good houe. extra arm; never-failing running water at houae and barn. 9 Head of Guernsey Cattle FIVE MILCH COWS, aom- frh now. balance to be this intr thee -oiare all, exept 1. extra h-b grade (iurnT, gmi aifes and . and are a f ne Ut ; 1 (,uern-y bull, regmtred, ljir-ne Buck lev. No. hiifh-icrad- t.uern- ary calves, very fsnryj 4 t,-. 4 ahfats. netght about 73 1 black IWra- ahire lr, about nmt.tLs old ; a pair of work koraea. weht elx.ut l.lt. 12 " bM. g"od workers: I jesr-id lnre, Bond mmi. ar.d diirer, weight 1.1 V 15 . j FARM TOOtS AMD KACKIXERY I h. . InternstiKral gaenliiw engine, a ,da4y; 1 eti iair ter r,4 earner. p i tsto plants, j-tst' ri--t, 4 row spray- rr, 2 lie farm a-". t I knrw im. wslk.nf l"w. t. -t l'-i !trD' k. I.moe raie. itmi itig lna li!n. rake. rHtl.:fi" brr. hay te4 l-r. f rlwi.W t 1. i. Itia r"""' . ale ".ph. drurff eh 4'. t'eiry (" an-1 '(o k pr "rk 1erie. 4-ni-f kiniMM. hi -a h'e. rv.Hiitr. 1IjhI 1 eream rUe. ", ira eh ;iT. rsA a M of ama.'l t'.i. atih ar wwd ia tf ir m a farm. CK'TS t 4- t t, .f ni t-"-' t. aci! rwr. -i "! M r" ia : e'-Mit i'"1 t.nr ,St.-. B'e'Wt ." 1 it. t. I' t.ma t t- - 1TW t t-e ij aae. t.j "h t ..e w j ft(t 1"t t r-i-- e . (-n.fi. 1 bu I m-fr?VT ll.e .t- T !" ' 4 II E A IH5CB, Owtt. H A- OUT, Aa--ner m t a k IS SHie.1 " 'a lm-m anl W lee ara-e aa Ska aa 'WT. Landi School of Music Pupils Tsken for Violin, Plan. Hsrmonv and Counterpoint Orchestra for All Occasions Oflice Hour l 9 to 13 a. m., I to I p. m., t Monday, I to T p. m. I'hon 264-4 48 So. Main Street VIOLIN STUDIO MRS, EDWIN W. BRUCE Teacher of Violin and Mandolin Studio, IS Nloa Bt. 'Phon 803-M CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA JOHN F. CARROLL, Loader . MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA. SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC A. C CARROLL, Busine Manerer Telephone 410 Barr. Vrnt H. A. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS tP.. 1,11.1.1 9K Dn low Drlc tO all. baed upo.i tha moat conomkal busine method. It's a trustworthy place to buy Pianos. IS Spauldinc St, Barr. Vt. Phon 4-1 DR. M. D.LAMB win tHimAMf tif. hmm trnuhlea. neurat gia, rheumatlam and female dlaeaae with th electric vibrator and will attend eaua ouieiae of office" hour. OFFICE HOURS: Untl 2:80 and 6:00 to 8:00 p. m. m.; 12:80 to Phon 70 Residence and Office, S7 Summer St. DR. HOWARD H. REID DENTIST ROOM I, MILES GRANITE BUILDINO Office hourt 8:80 a. m. to 12 m.; 1:80 p. m. to 6 p. m. Evenlnn by appointment. TELEPHONES- O HI e. 408-Wj residence, 4S7 DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS : 8 to 4 p. m. Tuesday. Thumdey, and Satur day: alio by appointment. U and 11 Blanchaid Building Telephone SS DR. LEWIS D. MxVRTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room 15. Mile Building Telephone ComvactUon Office Hour. ! a. m. to 12 m. and 1 :S0 to 4 p. m. Monckr. Teda. Thunday and Friday II. S. CARVER, M. D. SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE CIVEN TO ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICAL AND X-RAT TREATMENT Hoar, i t t 1J a. m.t 1 t i and 7 te 8 B. a. 'Phone 161-W Room II, Aldrich Bldg. The Field Mercantile Atrency Member of th American Collection Strric Collections and Adjustments Everjrwhere p. 0. Box 13 CABOT, VERMONT M.J.WHITCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Call anrwered promptly day ar nlfht An p-to-dal Ambulance in cennactiea EAST BARRK. VT. Telephone WILLIAMSTOWN, VT. Telephone !- MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CI.EANTNC!. PRESS ING AND RKPAiKING . MOORE & OWENS Itl Nafta Main Street Barr. Varment NOTICE I HAVE OPENED A TRAIN ING STABLE AT J. SAVORY'S IN PLAINFIELD and will break colti at lowest rates. AH work guaranteed satisfactory, or no pay. F. H. TOWN, JR. Plainfield, Vt. Car. J. Savory DONT FORGET THE PLACE whore you can buy your Furniture clieap. Also r-tovea and all kind of lleatera. 31. GOTLER II Heeatnary Street Tele-hew "-12 MISCELLANEOUS FlRF-PROOr CRANITE SHEDS -We are neenami ! frsl.b prlee and .perinratlon. ro7.ll-.teel tranif .he: er W : ur.n a -rr: r. If y tr,W4 U, build Vermont CrtnxUl (e, linaton. Vt. MORSM TL1PPED for 81: "rb ruaran Jl; e.U afwr 4 a, . T. t kianey.Kaat NOTK E-l am rrenaned r rrZkrn. ebina an4 be.na anr a- ran mak e.-ertionally War, prt: , fear dar rnired .a erder C. N. Kenyon. 45 Kenhent .tree, B.rrt "".virv Mi,r. orii KIT ia the mall w.r . ; write a i' rartvlar. f war f' ... I,n of r W keenforthoae kautin bl lia ; ce.. Nertfcnei. Vt. The City Auction Market ia the place where j-ou can convert poods you do not need into cash. Bring them in at once. Auction Sale cn Saturday at 2 and 7 p.m. 0, H. HALE, Js? Water Bills . t M-t'-r fr t a. a tn'ttw j.f. '! f t 4W- ' u't (;' - at in' i" ad-f ?l. 3 f.. tlx twlr """if "'-ar-w , m'' ' a I '" at tt. fa4 t'.r l,il a sf h'iwr' v. I ... 1. v. V'-"- s- ' I J! te it. r t ' y' t ' n 1 tn. ' - 1 " T1 1 1 . ... t . ..J The Time win pumwa . f- Found. For Bal To It. .U.-hort ader tliementaat the rate of four line for twenty. .... . . ... . . 1 , i.m mnil Sve eeata 11 -a eenia for in nm in - for each ubaaunt lnrtlon. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR BALE Stock, Tool and Machinery Included A n at Hainkaii hlsU Ic hurt . worth $600 ; 8 hler, 7 calvea. 12 hoa. 2 hen, bull, colt, and aU crop, machinery and tool included witii this plendid l!40-arr farm : land Is in a hlah tt of cultivation 1 1,000 eord of hard wood, quantity of growing pin lumber; running water to noun ""' t 1 . k--m 4 1 1 7 O .in; thi. I, a moneymaKar: price, 88.600, part cah, eaay terms. Caledonia Real KetaUt Co.,- ou John-bury, Vt. 18911 FOR RENT Hoiu In WeUtervIll, 86.00 FOR RENT House, Mapl avenue. FOR SALE OR EXCHANfiE Houae In Barre CHyj we want farm, with tock, tool and crop. FOR SALE Standing tree on 40-acr woodlot off Baptiat itreet in Wllliamttown : will sell by cord or lump pric, or en hre. lSKtt FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 7B-acr farm In Calaia: fair bulldinica with running Water at houa and barn : plenty of wood and tim ber; we want .mall houae in Barre niy, Wehitarville or (Iranlteville. and would con- alder good automobile or one or two home. loan n. PHELPS CO. Telephon. S14-X Mile Block, Bern, Vt. FARM FOR SALE A ehano to locaU on one of the beat farm to be found within 8 miles of Birre City, consulting of about 160 acre ; good pastures, large field, nearly level, machine mowing; early and very productive for all kind of crop; some hard wood and second-growth soft wood; ll-room houae, large barn, tie up 4S head stock; will winter 60 head or more; carriage houae, corn barn, calf hed, henhouae. ilo; thla farm ha the beat of water; apring within tone' throw of buildings, never known to fall ; farm can be mad to eut 200 ton of hay; grand view of urrounding country make it very desirable. Inquire of F. E. Perrin, 15 Onward street, Barre, Vt.: tel. 817-4. lltf HOUSE FOR SALE in Northfield, Vt 2 tenement : located cor. Vine and Pearl treta, 8 minute from P. O. and R. R. ttlon; fin condition, rented : good garden. Write H. Kidder, 6 Beekman atreet, N. Y. City. 17SU0 FARM FOR SALE SO acre: eplendid for all kind of poultry, also grand chance for trout poad. Inquire of F. . Danforth, Groton, Vt. "ltf FARM FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for good renting properly; farm that will keep from 16 to 60 cows: good location. J. B. Stewart. Northdeld. Vt. I2t26 J. J. DASIINER Real Estate Agent HAS SOME EXCELLENT BARGAIN8 IN RE X ESTATE TO OFFER NO. 280 THIS LARGE MONEY-MAKING FARM I located right in th edge of a thriv ing little village; only few rod to school and saw-mill ; 1 mile to creamery ; on a good itate road; It contain 800 acre; 60 acre of very productive Ullage, balance pasture and woodland; very little hand mowing; fence in good repair; about 8,000 sugar maples; 2 good fruit orchards, about 26,000 ft. or 80.000 fu of oft wood, large amount of hard wood; farm keepa 20 cow and team ; plenty of barn and shed room : basement under barn ; very good 7 room house ; water at houae and barn ; f 3,200 for the real estate; owner would sell stock, crop, and tools, which Includes the following : IS high-grade Holatein cow. and heife.-s, 70 sheep and lamb, a number of hog and horses, at a very reasonable price. Bee thia farm before buying elsewhere; the pric will aston lah you. l"f NO. 281 THIS 80-AC RE FARM, only 14 mile from a busy little town, on a main road, is a record-breaker for low price : about 20 acre, machine-worked tillage, balance pasture and woodland; very free from stone, fences in good repair; fruit orchard, some soft and torn hard wood ; farm keep 6 cow. and team ; 1 barn. 80x40: good, comfortable. S-room house ; water at house and barn ; 4 mile to arhool ; with thi. farm you get 6 nice cow., 2 calvea, 1 horse. 1 hoe, all the fowla. crops and tool all for 81.600. Better see thi if you are looking for a small farm; It will rost you nothing. 142ti NO. 202-NFARLY NEW 7-ROOM HOCSE In good condition ; hot and cold water, bath, electric light, weighted window, all finished In hard wood, hardwood floors, plana on t sidea, large bay window, shade trees ; well located. Bear stoneaheda. school and busine. section: price, 12.200; can be bought with a small payment down. l2tf FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. IN QUIRE OF J. J. DASHVER Reams a. t, IS. Hewland Building. Barn. VC Tal. 17 Small Farms Near the City Moderate Prices NO 1018 Housa, bar. and srrvenhonaet wit', 8 arm of land; eii-eilent soil for - etablMi ; water at buildings ; bouse recently painted; price, including horse, atelgh, car, naaaw 8 harnsasea. Is hena aad chickens, npnsi wgon. nd om tools, alse large amount of vegetable and flower pota, only ll.dWOv; 24 mUaa from tha city. ltttf NO. lMt Mu-t t sold to tU eatate; exceptionally weil-localed plac of from I to 4 acre, all level tills, lead ; early sad every inrh available: roenfortabi house, bam and benhnuse; Sn tWtre for garden truck and poultry : located cm mala Stat road, 2 4 mil eut. t 1'nce, SO. 164tf Hnaa. Kara and eatra int la south part of th cite, for only 81.(60 v a bargain: good neighborhood. U6f nutb Mam tn bona: tbe oWtded 'ay a farm and offct thai desir a hi S-rann ho: tlr are I yrrSe and prrrry is in rd conditio! ; ba joat beea HtiWd ; rlentr of abaee treea : lot ha a r" 4 fmntae n 'dra at rear; a rood heme fnr only 4i.! ft taken at owe. l4tf wmt A FAWr-VT PF lo POWN. ywi ran aerer tnie rety -rnowi enttare. t r4 ear wt4nw. lath, esetne Itrtita. etc ; reraVa, Mimas, nice ba with sh4 tree; attrartjv atrraMe'uoa ; beta at vH-rm. liltf A'e vmiI bw fi4 anak aa aprennt nw elih rm te r-w the low, mm mr. i ft t a nnvnK voir ai-moN wo-k New I arm lsttl.- l for IMtf tri D. a. rraiiT ttru. rT4Ti Acrvrr BABRK. ttRMOT t and ft. Ha44 It4g. FEMALE HELP WANTED 1. I huum. imm; ironr - i-w " - -: ' fu-e Vua'rcy rreeiMrta, wrrmrw, e. s n.tt ; tsA'"irn aT fS(t a t-i r Iwwi. ail et I rare -lai, swm Fai-a. v AN"TI'l A rl-t ' ivt"nii wwa t. mrw -el b new - , fmw--r tr- fmr to U 1L rtaele. it eat lor-fie-n. Vt W a N"M t A r r"t rwa! W-m t waet .- m Ti . er-l aala-V i lamns 4 at t- 0mT. lewa-x ' .- - n. w-v -w - ; HUKk WANTED ttovi w-f f-r v- ( !'... wna A. .-.. " "'. ' - . . . . irts ..- ! rare' " r - . Ka t rarL N H i a TI!1 a r lit iir! t ." wpt . - cr ' 'T Z7t1. --,:4--'-- taw T.w) FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS TO RENT On on first floor, on on second; Wctri lights, (team heat 40 Perry itreet. lHOtf TO I.RT Tn rlukl ..r,,l nM m.tm family driving team ; 'price reasonable. C. N. aenyon, 47 Merchant atreet, Barre, Vt. lsuta TO RENT AT ONCE Ulark.mith ahon and sll tool to good all-around and reliable black- amith. Address L. F. Abel, Eust Braintrea. Vt. 17Stftl iOU SALE FOR SALKSvn-monthsld full-blooded ooach dug; price, 86.00. Inquira of U. M.. 406 North Main street. WiVi FOR SALE Four young cow, good one: 1 heifer, coming 2 years. Inquira 107 Bouth Main itreet, after 4 o'clock. lOOtf FOR BALE Providence Homer, cheap. 81 East street. Barre, Vt. 191HS FOR SALE Mixed aoft and hard wood and 4-ft, wood ; also toneahed wood. N. M. Nel son, Merchant street, Barre, Vt. laotf WINTER VEGETABLES IS eubbage, beat In city, for 81 : beet, carrot, turnip, white and yellow, 60c per bu. ; also 1 nearly new hand corn cutter; writ or inquire, itichard L. Lawliss, South Barre, or tel. 861-3. lVOtS PERCHERON BROOD MARE FOR SALE Bay. weight 1,860, 8 yr. old; bred to Perch eron stallion ; call and see the mare and her colt. W. H. Beckwith, Chelsea, Vt. 189t6 FOR SA LE Registered Jersey cattle; a I wish to change blood I offer herd bull Foxes Beaver No. 122711. grandson of world cham pion Flying Fox, large, showy and gentle; also 7 young bull by Foxes Beaver, ranging from 1 to 13 months; all eligible; also offer 8 cows, 1 Ayrshire, 8 yr. old, a good one, freshen in Dec. W. E. Davis, Montpelier, Vt, tel. 466-11. 189tl8 FOR SALE Two-cylinder' Buick touring ear with top and truck body; all practically in good condition price, if taken at once. 876.00. P. M. Carr, Barre, Vt ; tel. 464-M or 88-W. 184tf REGISTERED SHROPSHIRES FOR SALE A nice lot of rams, different ages ; prices right Herbert Kelton, Kat Montpelier, Vt. 184tie FOR SALE One hundred runs of dry slab wood ; ha been' under cover all summer ; also about 20 ton of stock hay; will sell either at home or delivered. Walter C. Mataon, Wil liamstown, Vt; N. E. 'phon 881-24. 182U FOR BALE i Ford ears, juat overhauled I pric very low. Call and see at Divers! Fruit Co., 247 North Main atreet, Barr. 180tf FOR SALE A black Morgan mare, yr. old; weigh 1.100 lbs. ; sound and clever: good driver or worker; also 8 other good horse, surrey, traverse sleigh, driving harnesses, shoata and hog. 17 Farwell .treat; 'phone 668-M. 176t,tf FOR SALE Two pair of horses weighing 8,000 ; both nice team ; can't be beat for any work. . Will Dunn. K. D. 2, Barre, Vt ; tel. 886-14. - 162tf FOR SALE--Wintr vegetable at wholtaal prices ; cabbage, 76c per do. ; turnip and carrots, 60e per bu. ; beets, 60c per bu. ; parsnips, 76c per bu. ; large yellow oniona, 81.00 per bu. ; Hubbard squash, 14c per lb. I atisfaction guaranteed and got) delivered anywhere in city. James E. Mitchell, market gardener, R. F. D. 'phone 8K2-4. 178tf FOR SALE Wood and lumber. No. 1 wood. 12.60 cord ; dimension lumber at reasonable price. Fred E. Downing, tel. 611-4. 156tf FOR SALE One large ccond-hand fur nace ; used 4 year. ; steam coil and piping with it Address "Furnace." Times office. 160tf FOR SALE Scott's dellciou extracted hon ey. At house. 1 Richardson treet 16e lb. net Ask yoar grocer for Scott' honey. lSvti Shop Repairing Time W are making alteration In our Wagoa and Harriets Room before gating into winter quarters, and you can buy for below actual coat the following: New Auto Seat Top Barry 846.8 New Milk Wagon 4S.6 Nw Tw-8eater 44.6 New Light Exprea 44.6 Road Cart H-6 COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. Orang Canty and Nw England Telephone FUR COATS FOR WOMEN FUR COATS FOR MEN IWt think of buying a Fur Coat till you have seen our big assort ment and know all about our POPULAR LOW PRICES "It pay ta Uk tlm to m Celtea!" W pay yr far If yea bay a Cast COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER 5-A 5-A 5-A 5-A 5-A STABLE BLANKETS 5-A STREET BLANKETS Urge Sli, bat all St Fpalr Lew Prices COLTON M STATE STREET MONTrELIEB 11EL1' WANTED GRANITE LATHI OPERATOR WANTED Permanent r-wltioa fr steady. KbT. reli able granite lathe otrator; anio " : mar ried man ..referred V ne te i IX barren Granite Company, Moaat Airy, N. U lZt WANTED Five er six wen t worb la ' ami be ennerwnced In choiring and akioding. Awly to M. CealaM. Unaaberav IsvuT t AGENT - Are yea snaktna better than ti rr If ant. art us bear from ym ; w i hv t yea; wwkit e.4 tn every I (LuMm Xh ladaa hvvUl l Nertt-Seid. t 11112" VT r -A r lt It 17 ywars aid te help nh f 'rn' this in w. etat - a4 V" By." 1- ltt WANTVO-An id e-rtlw ard ! wife to knr fee " a farm . tnaae that wewid r"1' " to , all e write, 5 fcwuUi Maia . h.rra. Vt I a ivTi n few lawlw m to arerb . . t v itv luma ... M tt ttMl.li f I5twr H-r .-' 'e t An-lr a at rww' e-va ; 1 ,Jt v.ir.i eve a ie-t : " --T a.T f -wer to to a t-w fr tK. t-r Aw at t-wara-b, fcaaV- (.mvt. t lir4 3C WANTED . e-e fw tawT V - new LQT AND I OlND 0mJ .-m-wW V& f'