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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BAKKK, VT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1915.
is vote foronefaie San Francisco Expo , sitior. closes Dec. 4. . San Diego Exposition closes Dec. 31. " Low-fare excursion tickets on eale until Nov. 30 good for return until Dec. 31. Oiiyourwaythere visit the Grand Canyon of Arizona. A Pullman to thi rim. .. Travel luxuriously on the California Limited or eco ;". nomically in a tourist sleeper. Fred Harvey meals eervei You will enjoy reading our Looks and folders about flic California trip. Writafor them and for full information. . 8. W. Manning, O. N. T.A4 S36 Washington SL, So.ton.Mu. . , EAST CALAIS Clarence Dwinell was a recent business visitor in Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Ciuy Bancroft and son,. John, and Mrs. Louise Provost were in Hardwick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. West Peake of Wood bury were at Edson York's Thursday. Mrs. George Uuernsey is on the sick , list. Mrs. 0. W. Gurrnsey, Mrs. Myrtie Prennan, Henry Ieach and Wallace Guernsey were in Peacliam Sunday. Henry Leach of South Dakota is vis iting his sister, Mrs. O. W. Guernsey. PLAlNFIELD. ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS , A Hydeville fanner who put 150 bust els Of potatoes into his cellar, has already carried out 37 bushels of rotten oneB. Silas W. Stuart, aed 83 years, for 40 years engaged In the lumber and wood turning business at Bellows Falls, died at his home Monday. He retired irom business 18 months ago. F. F. Lewis of St. Albans, a railroad brakeman. has flh'd a petition in bank runtcv with Clerk F. S. Piatt of the United States court. He has liabilities of $1,08").25 and assets of $04.15, of winch $75. is claimed exempt.. James H. Cole, a veteran of the Civil war and a well-known musician of Rut land, was quiet seriously Injured in that city Tuesday when he was knocked down by the Cole automobile which is used as a stage between itutiana ana nusneia. Mr. Colo's sight is poor and he did not see the car approaching. Hig head and back were hurt. . .. - t W. A. Shaw, meteorologist in charge of the United States weather bureau at Northfleld, reports a mean temperature for October of 47 degrees, which is three degrees above the normal for the month. The highest waa 74 degrees, on the 13t'j, and the lowest was 20 degrees, on thr 2"th. The greatest daily range was 37 ileeroes, on the 11th, and the least dally range was four' degrees, on the 2nd. The precipitation amounted to 1.72 inches, the normal for the month being 2.48 inches. The prevailing wind was from the south, the total movement 5,412 miles, the aver age hourly velocity 7.3 miles, and the maximum . velocity 3() miles per Hour, from the northwest on the Z3rd. The month was made up of si clear, 10 part ly cloudy and 15 cloudy days. Precipi tation in quantity sufficient to measure occurred on 12 da vs. Auroras were not ed, on the 1st, 4th, 16th, 18th, 10th and 20th, heavy frosts on the 1st and 10th and a killing frost on the 11th. - ' t 30,000 VOICES And Many Are the Voices of Barre Pcoph Thirty thousand voices what a grand chorus ! And that s the number of American men and women who are publicly praising Doan's Kidney Pills for relief from backache, kidney and blad der ills. They say it to friends. They tell it in the home papers. Barre people are in this chorus. Here's a Barre case . ; H. J, Ennis, barber, 11 S. Main street, Barre, says: "When I began to have trouble with my kidneys, I got Doan's Kidney Pills right away, as others of my family had had great benefit from them. 1 had vfhaip pains across the small of my back. Doan's Kidney Pills drove the pain away and I have had no trouble since." Price 50c, at all dealers'. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Ennis had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buf falo, x. jr. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF ADELE CATTO Th. undersigned, having bwn' appointed by 111. honiir.til. probate court for th. district of Washington, COMMIfiolONKRR, to receive, examine, .nil .dJu.t th. claim and demand. of all i.raon. egalnat th. hUU . of . Adel. tatto, lata of th. city or Harm, In Mid district, ducenecd. ami nil clnln--. inhibited In off t thereto, hereby glv. notlc. that we will meet for the minx, aforesaid, at th. ntllee of Smith, Whitcomb ft Cook Company, In the city of Harre, in .aid dattrict, on the 24th day of November and 7th day of April next, from 10 o'clock a. m. until I o'clock p. m., on each of .aid day., and that lx month, from th. 8th day of October, A. D. 1915, ia th. time limited by .aid court for .aid creditor, to pre sent their claim, to u. for examination and allowance. Dated at th city of Ban, thi. 20th day of October, A. D. 1018. FRANK L. SMALL, THOS. H. CAVE. JR.. Commissioners. Oct21-28Nov4 the 'Speedwell farm at Lyndon last week. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Curfis Graves .visited in Waterbury Center "Friday' of last week. Mrs. Emma Nichols of Auburn, Me., is visiting her niecjfrs.Tbeo Clark. Matthew Gainey of Burlington has in is possession a relic of Brown's raid at Harper's Ferry, it being a horse pistol, which it is claimed was used there. The pistol was taken by Mr. Gainey in ex change for a debt, it coming into his hands from a relative of Governor Pior pont, the first governor of West Virginia, who was appointed to his office by the president when West Virginia was set off from Virginia, l he pistol is a rouzKie loader with which a percussion cap was used. It is a United States Springfield make and whs manufactured in the year S 18.1.V It is about 18 inches long, wit'i a 12-ihch barrel. In the butt the initials A. S. and the date '59 are cut as if with a jack-knife. There are two holds in the iron part of the butt, where the stock made to rest against the shoulder can be adjusted. The ramrod which was used in loading is attached by a swivel to the pistol so that it cannot be lo.it. The pistol is in a very fair state of preservation. State of Ohio. City of Toledo,. ttic.a Coooty. .a, Frank J. (hener makes oath that he la senior iartner of the arm of F. J. Cheney A Co., do- State aforesaid, and tliat .aid firm will pay r iartner of the firm or -. J. t ueney tt 10., an il businre. In the City of Toledo, County and mar. .orcsaia, aua mar sam nrm win poj th. aura of OKB HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every ca.e of Catarrh that cannot be cured by th. nae of Hall'. Catarrh Cure. ; FRANK i. CHENEY. Sworn to before ma and subscribed in my presence, tbl 8th day of December, A. D., 18S0, Seal. . A. W. OLEASOX. I !"i i Rotary Public. Hall'. Catarrh Cure ii .taken Internally and acta rilreetlr anon th. -..SkiII' and mucoil. sur face, of th. .yatem. Scud tat te.timoni.la. free. F. J. CHEKET It CO.. Toledo, O. old by .11 Druggist., 73c. Tsa. Hall'. Family Pills for eoaatlpttloa. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF ROBERT H. REAS1DE Th. undersigned, having- been appointed by the honorable probate rouvt for th. district of Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receive, examine, and adjust th. claim, and demand, of all parson, aguinat th. estate of Robert H. Keaaide, lata of the city of Barre. in aaid die- trlct, deceased, and all claim, exhibited In on, let thereto, hereby give notice that we will moot for the purpose aforvaald, at the dwelling house of Chaa. E. Wood. 6 Kirk street, in th. city of Barre, in .aid district, on the 4th day of December and Uttth day of April next, from 10 o'clock s. m. until 4 o'clock p. m., on each of .aid day., and that six month from th. 3d day of November. A. D. 191$. i the time limited by aid court for aaid creditor, to present their claim, to us for examination and allowance. Dated at the city of Barre, this Sd day of November, A. D. 1016. CHAS. E. WOOD. JOHN H. SPENCE, Commissioners. Nov4-U-18 BUSINESS CARPS Land. School of Music Pupils Tak.n for Violin, flan. Harmony and Counterpoint Orchaatra for All Occasions Office Hour. I 8 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 8 p. m., Monday, 1 to 7 p. m. o'Phon 264-4 48 So. Main Street VIOLIN STUDIO MRS. EDWIN W. BRUCE Teacher of Violin and Mandolin Studio, IS Nelson St. "Phone I0S-M CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA JOHN F. CARROLL. Lead.r . MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA. MONS LATEST AND MOST FOPULAR MUSIC A. C. CARROLL, Bualneas Marnier Telephone 419 Barre. Varment FOUR LINES FOR 25c Th. Time, will pudiisb Wanta, Lost snd Found. Fnr a.lj. To Let. te.-hort adver tlaatnenU e.t the mte of four line, for twenty. nve eenta for th. first lnertlon ana nve eeaia for each tubeequent Insertion. KfiAL LSTATti FOU SALE FOR SALE Modern (-room house newly built; finished In hard wood; can be bought at reasonable terma. Inuuira of Jame. Orogan at 70 Brook .treet FOR QUICK SAI.&-AbHit 80 acre, and rood hllildinva milv 4 ml. from MontD.ller OH Worcester brmneh road! thU Place will oe .old, including Tarming tool., S 'cow.. 1 bull, 1 hor... vary chann It tak.n at once; piac. ran be bought by paying about snuu aown ; mi. TaiTn ha. great pouibllltte.. inquire u, Real Estate In.. Co. ' l6tf II. A. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS EatrfbHahed 15 eara. One low price to all, based udo 1 the moat economical business method.. It's a trustworthy place to buy Pianos. 68 Spauldlng St. Barn, Vt. 'Phone 4-1 K. H. GALE Practical Pianoforte Tuning, Regulating and Repairing Graduate of Faust School of Tuning Experience in Chickering Son.' Factory 48 Wellington 6t, Barre, Vt. 'Phone 128-11 Auction Sale DR. M. D.LAMB will give treatment for lung trouble, neural. gia, rheumatism and female diaeaae. with the electric vibrator and will attend call, outside uZ oflloe hour. OFFICE HOURS : Untl . . j 12 :30 to 2:30 and 6:00 to 8:00 p. m. Supt. W'alter Lance will speak at the south district sohoolhouse Sunday aft ernoon at 3 o'clock. All cordially in vited. " HERE'S NEW VIGOR FOR OVERWORKED STOMACHS NORTH MONTPELIER H. M. Farnham's 51ST BIG COMBINATION Auction Sale I will hold my next big combination auction sale of HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS, POULTRY, WAGONS, CAR RIAGES,, HARNESSES, ' ROBES AND BLANKETS, WHIPS, HALTERS, FARM TOOLS, etc., en FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at my stables at 98 Northfleld street, Mont pelier, Vt., 10 minutes' walk from the Wrlls Rver railroad station. The Red Croee Pharmacy, the popular drug rieta, have been In the drug businea. long enough to have their own opinion of the bnt way of wiling medicine.. They .ay the plan adopted by Mi-o-na, the great dyapepaia rem edy. It the Taint they have ever heard of. They do not believe that a medicine ought to be paid for uniaae it does the user Mm. good. And Mi-o-na ta .old ander poaitive guaran tee to relieve dyspepsia or to refund the mon ey. You .imply leave 10 cents on depoait with the Red Crou Pharmacy, and if, after yoa hav. used the box of Ml-o-na, yon deride that it ha. don. you ne good, all rou have to do Is to tell them so, and they will return your money. Hundred., of people have beea releved of etomarh agonic, by ueing thi. remarkable rem edy. It U not .imply a food digester; it ia medicine that puta all of the digeatlve organ, inte normal condition and give, ruddy, glow ing, vigorou. health. A rhange for the better will be aeen after the first few doaea of Ml-o-na. and Ita continued ttae will anon give the power to eat anything at any time and not eurTer dietrese afterward. Mi-o-na ia .old ander a poaitive guarantee to refund the money if H dnea n4 cure. Thi. I. the atrongeat proof that can be offered aa to the merit of the medicine. Nothing eia.cn. man', sureee. In hi. work er a woman's fascinating pemaonality men. than a weak .toenarh, with ha attending evil, fee Ml-e-na and ace how much more there ia ia life. Ade.- Drink or Drug Using Parents ARK WEAK FN CD by the rim lent pkne retehaed an. trwt ep" ta tfceir sratewi. bewee the Mecenerery foand ameng thr -efw The Kead Treatanewt renw.ee the C A I P It rA t.m4 Indulgmce by "drivin." te pnwoai frwn taw .raten and .ana leetiMea VORMAL ewedrtwww Fmr f,U wifuriiiatane) eJI wr a4drae Nal Inatitvte. l Nattm etiwa). ManehesW. N. H. e laawtwtae ta Priaetaal fTWee New SubMTiberfl October Kenyon Hankrurt Store.. 346-M Vi!.on. James 119-1 Ilktchf-lder. Pnj. M 276-2 CallaKhfT. Chan. R 59MV It. ion Dry Goo,., Co 5I9-M Fmith, Mra. Mary 139-R Wrdte. E. L. 4W CVlurr.b? Granite Co, Itrt qua re C"5-M Ironside, AJptandcr 441-11 Hurrihrrv. Ruth 176-2 Mouin, Mr. Frank 441-4 Hnrrr.hn-y. VA.t f.2-3 Cr!., c. II. 1! -ttl, WiJ. l!rrit'rm. VL 477-1 Mf&lcrr, H. S 502-2 GTrham. Emma J C2-12 Among visitors at Ephie Pray's last week were Mr. and Mr. E. E. Matthews of Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. WV E. Hatch of Danville, F. Worthen of Hardwick, Mr. Shepardson of Hoston, F. Gates of Mont- pelier, Sir. Macintyre of Iraftgbury. Mrs. Celeste Snow is visiting her his tcr, Mrs. George II Clark, at East Mont pelier. H. Gowan of Hardwick is visiting at Merrill Clark's and Jerry Hryon's. Mrs. Ruth 8eaver and daughter, Es ther, of Long Ileach, Cal., has been visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. an lknnctt. Mrs. Karah Lyford has returned from her visit at Warren. Mrs. C. P. Pp.uUiing was taken ill with an attack of indigestion Monday night. George Kelton'a cows, which were con demned, were shipped to Burlington Tuesday. Miss Grace Hamblett visited Miss Katrina Turney at Middlesex last week. Mr. and Mrs. C P. Spauldlng visited st Phillip Hollister's in Montpelier. Sat urday. Mrs. Curtis Grave was ill and un able to work the fimf of the wevk. Among thiM from here who attended the musical convention in Marahfleld lat week were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sibley and Mi.s Carrie and Mi Buth 1'strick. Auftin (ate is at work for Clifford More in Kt Cslais. Mr. and Mrs. John Joyce of XotthnVld are visiting relatives in town. Mrs. Elmer IVnlge of Calais visited her state-r. Mrs. Harry Daily, last week. Jerry Byron has purchased aa Over land automobile. Mr. and Mrs. George L, Pray visited Mr. and Mr.. E. E. Hamforth at Stow last week Friday. 0Tge H. (lark of East Mffit pelier ws in t Sunday. Edward B. Nve of Wakefield. M. I HAVE FOR THIS SALE 10 FRESH HORSES both single and double teams, ranging in weight from 1,100 to 1,000 Tts.; teams that are all right for the lumber job, the road or farm. I also have 8 or 10 good serviceable all-around second-hand horses of mv own that I have taken in exchange. I will also have from 20 to 40 commission horses consigned. We ex pect 7 or 8 from one party. With the assortment that we shall have you ought to be able to find almost anything you want in the horse line. We have also consigned one low-down jigger wagon, 2 manure spreader, 1 good sleigh and 2 or 3 whole driving trams, and the usual number of wagons, carts, carriages, bug gies, new and second hand; work and drive harnesses, robes, blankets, whips, halters, farm tools, etc. We also have consigned for this sale a lot of second hand clothing. We shall expect this sale to be a big one, so if you hav. anything in the line of personal prop rrtr to dispose of, bring it in and let u get the ra.h for you; and if you wish to purchase be on hand jui-t the same; and if you don t with to buy or sell, come and ace how we do it. Usual terms of rredit. Lunch room on the grounds. H. M. FARNHAM, Tbt Horst Man. S. H. FARNHAM, Clerk. C. F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. COMMISSION CHARGED FOR FELLING HOK.-r.S All vror &. ler cent. ; all under ISO. S pair cent. Ne hone .old er put throogh the ting far lea. than $i OA eomfaav. aion. A tamnanei wl i be charged fee all kenei Mid. either at r . er euctioa eale. a the ground, etartioa dare. Cattle, boe., poultry, wagone. saaraeae property, - OF FARMING TOOLS, STOCK e -nUM and Office. IT Summer Bt AND CROPS DR. G. L. T. HAYES As I have sold my farm and have to MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES give immediate possession, I will sell at PECULIAR TO WOMEN public auction to tne nignest omaer, on OFFICE HOURS i 1 to p. m. the premises now occupied by me in Tuesday. Thursday, and Satur- Williamstown. known as the Burnett day t eIo by appointment. nlace. about IV. miles from Williams-1 M and IS Blanchard Building Telephone II vvu u.j.v .v,. ........... T 17I.nCJ TA HfiDrriTXT OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room IS, Miles B. I Wing Telephone Cennecttiea Office Honrs t t a. m. to li m. and 1 :JS to 4 p. nw Monday. Tueadar, Thursday and rrtday town village leading past the Martin L'rukine farm toward Baptist Street, on SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1915 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, the folowing described stock and tools: NINE HEAD OF STOCK CONSISTING OF FIVE COWS, 2 now fresh, balance to be early 2 spring heifer calves. 2 fall heifer calves, 4 shoats weighing about 130 lbs. each, 2 horses, 1 mare, weight about 1,150. tbs., I horse, H. S. CARVER, M. D. SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICAL AND Y.RAY THF ATMITNT weight about 1,100, both good workers, Boant t. II a. m. t 1 to I and T to I p. a. 25 head poultry. FARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY Mowing machine, plow, nearly new; horse rake, weeder, lumber wagon, ex press wagon, sleigh, set heavy sleds, smoothing barrow, horse hoe, cultivator, drag, grindstone, driving harnesses, set work harnesses, 1,iOO strawberry baskets, new DcLaval cream separator; 25 runs stove wood, churn, milk cans, milk pails, etc., and a lot of small farming tools. CROPS About 10 tons of good hay, 30 to 35 tons ensilage, 5 or 6 tons straw, 200 bu. oats, 175 bu. potatoes, 80 bu. corn on cob, 2 to 3 tons corn foddtT, quantity seed corn. Lunch at noon. Terms at time of sale. Everything will be .old without reserve i or limit lor the reason given above. CHAS. F. KENY0N, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. 'Phone 169-W Room II, Aldrich Bldg. M.J. WHITCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Calls answered pr.in.ptly day er night An ap-te-date Ambulance la connection EAST BARRE. VT Telephone IJ-I WILLiAMaTUWN. VI Telephone ,11-1 REAL E8TATE FOR BALE Stock, Tool, and Machinery Included 14 cow., span of matched black home, worth 1600 1 6 hetfera, 7 oalvea, 12 hogs, 2D hen., bull, colt, and all crop., machinery and tool, included with thi. .plendid 20-acre farm ; land ia in a high .tate of cultivation; 1,000 cord, of hard wood, quantity of growing pine lumber) running water to house and bam! 11 room houae, baaement bam 40x70, siloj thi. is a moneymaker) price, 14,600, part cash, eaay terms. Caledonia Real Eetata Co., St. John.bury, Vt. 18tf FOR RENT House in Webtterville, 18.00. - . ' 189tf FOR RENT House, Maple avenue. (12.00. 18tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Houae in Barre City; we want farm, with stock, tool, and crops. lBtHf FOR SALE Standing trees on 40-acre wood lot off Baptuit .treet in Wllliaitutown ; will aell by cord or lump price, or on aharca. 189tt FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 75-acre farm in Caleb; fair building, with running water at houae and barn; plenty. of wood and tim ber ; we want .mall houae in Barre City, Webaterville or Graniteville. and would eon- aider good automobile or one or two hones. ; IDUtf H. PHELPS CO. Telephone 114-2 Mile. Block, Barre. Vt. TO RENT FURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeep ing. Call at tH North Main street. Iv7t TENEMKNT TO RENT At 1 Seminary street. Apply to Thomas A bare at above address. jU8t3a TO RENT, Nicely furnished room, to rent, with heat and ilk-hta: also table hnr,l Ani at 13 Eastern avenue. luetf TENEMENT TO RENT Will k. . occupancy Nov. 1. Apply to Dr. O. G. Stick. ney. Harre. Vt I83tf tOll SALti FOR SALE One -vr.-oid ha. 900 lbs. : not nfrnid of nnvthini. wll kwib. to drive; also 1 J0-yi.o!d black mar weighini 1.200 lb.. ; an extra good worker and driver. . U IJlmer' v- O. addrea. William.town. Vt.; People's 'phone 10-H. UH13' FOR SALE Three voiinir Iim.. Camtic at Son. Montpelier, Vt ; 'phone 8BH-W, ' - l7t FOR SALE Four-weeka-nhl nil.. . .y nt each. G: W. Heraey. K. 1. William.fAn v. ioa YOU WILL SAVE MONEY if ,. k- wood here: alao good hav. hnin kup. i. yearling bull, for aala. A. Tnn...i Hi chant .treet; telephone 177-W, 1K4U FOR SA LE Standing tree, on a wwwl Is.. . extra good chance; also cow. and horses foi Henry Ahem, William.town, Vt, R t. D. S. lQc. FOR SALE Shoe ta Shepard. and apple W. F. FOR SALE An 8-rear-ild hor.. .IKl. 1,060 lb., ; ha. a race-track r-rnrA and i. .. excellent driver. For information 'phone 20ft : l5tl FARM FOR SALE A chance to locate on one of the beat farm, to be found within t miles of Harre City, consiating of about 160 acre. ; good pasture., large held., nearly level, machine mowing; early and very productive for all kind, of crop. ; some hard wood and second-growth .oft wood: ll.pjom houae, large barn., tie up 46 head stock; will winter iO head or mora: carriage houae. com barn, oajf abed, henhouae, ito; thia farm has th. cvat of water; apring within atone', throw ef building., never known to fail ; farm can be made to cut 200 ton. of hay ; grand view of surrounding coantry make, it very deairable. Inquire of F. E. Pernn, 16 Onward .treet, Barre, Vt ; tel. 817-4. lSltf FOR SALE A few extra nice White Hoi land turkey, if taken before Nov. 20. Hatth M. Goodrich, William.town, Vt, R., F. D. No ' Si Orange County 'phone, 41B-28. 194tl FOR SALE Four young cow., good one 1 heifer, coming- t years. Inquire 10T SoutJ Main .treat after 4 o'clock. istoti HOUSE FOR SALE in Northfleld. Vt 2 tenement. ; located cor. Vine and Pearl .treeta. t minutes from P. O. and R. R. station ; fine condition, rented ; good garden. Write H. Kidder, Beeicmaa atreet, N. Y. City. 178t60 FOR KALE- Viaed .oft and hard wood and 4-U. wood: also ataneahed wood. . N. M. Nel son. Merchant street, .Barre, Vt. 190ti FOR SA LE Registered Jersey cattle; a wih u change blood I offer herd bull 'Foxes Heaves i No. 122711, grandaon of world's cham. plon Hying Fox, large, .howy and gentle 1 J. 7 young bull, br Foxe. Beaver, ranging from 1 to 18 month. ; all eligible ; also offer 8 rowa, 1 Ayrshire, 8 yrs. old, a good one, freshen in Dec W. E. DavU, Montpelier, Vt, tel.- 465-11. 18H1S" FOR ' SALE Two-cylfnder Buick tourinf ear with top and truck body; all practicallj in good condition ; price, if taken at once $76.00. P. M. Carr. Barre. Vt . -l aki.m or 98-W. FARM FOR SALE 90 una- anlendid for au ainaa oi poultry, alao grand chance for trout pond. Inquire of F. E. Dan forth. Groton, Vt ... I71tf GET SETTLED FOR WINTER LET US HELP YOU MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEANING. PRESS 1NG AND REPAXRINO MOORE & OWENS It! North Main Street ' Barre, Vermont Auction Sale - OF - Stock, Farmins: Tools and Household Furniture As I have sold my farm and have to BOXING LESSONS By a Professional Boxer TERMS, II. A LESSON Bey. T.aght Reasonably KNOCKOUT FILLIOX 141-POUND CHALLENGER Call er Write 26 Wee Street. Barre, Vt LOST AND FOUND LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN Five ralvaa. Finder pleaae notify Iwia I.a.or, R. D. 8, Williametown, Vt t phone 8a-s. I7t8 tura ar ather farm ton la, furat. IS per eeat eem Auction Sale OF STOCK, CR0IS AND TOOLS As I hate sold try farm and have to aire poae.-e.ion. I l,.e d'tided ta -U at f. in tow for a abort time, staying at .Wie atu-tion to the Lubeet bidder, a 1.1.:-. !.. l!. I LOST A rabbit hound: white, a not ted with give immed,.t .aeaaion I wi.l Sell at nlPrP t&ZLTZZ W.A Barre and receive reward ; 1M18 ILewai of South telephone li'-t. WOllK WANTED STENOGRAPHER, wtlk ata year.' e etice. Seatrea pnaitia ia Monttwiter T harre ,-ekce-llent referenrm. Add rave ' K. M.. Timaa ortirat. It4 I i.liie rray's. Mr. and Mr. W. K. Vrritt and Mr. and Mr. F. Blodak Un,k an auto trip U PURE WATER SUTPLT. A eix-c-aeful arteaiaa1 w!I las jnet h drilled f-r Mr. f rank B. Martia rm t..p r-f the I. ,11 at Lie farm in V.r.l f.ll. aar na;rtn-ld. t. Tbe well a.. eer- pM'-d at a av.it h rf ff fe4. afl of l,ik a a. rli.il. 4 ia th" tAi l-4g ear- 1tiS ft. r-f t-p f-r,.uT4. Mst"T evar.de with- ia ft. ti t'-p of trrrmnd. and a ! 'r Vartia l"-r. bie emi.ir T".t ia Ike If .11 roa without any .imp mt l.i. bu.id ra, l 'int lm aa abtmdatst enpj.lr fwr. etk!it,f ast. Vt V.rt a ears fce ie wH t Waa.-4 and 9 ,H fl.dlr rwnvtmx4 tle liay Mate Arte ai.a WH (n lne of fliraef 4 H ) te strea t u4 erf fm4 water er.p!.!T Mf. Matu ear. ). fe le V wmiM he AWnf -M-fcWr the pn roie-. ui-4 br me. kaoaa a. the Frank Fuli-r farm, ia Calais, about I tnile flora Adamant and about 't iriile the rt.ur.ty f-ad l"twee- Mout-tw-lier and I1ardw'k, tor at the Lvee grrrm farm, am FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5 at in 5k ia tlie for'-woon, tl.e , folio ng 4-emli-d Tt.al Irrr-reTty: 12 HEAD OF STOCK cowsismc cf cows, t fTfbe ta ciral"T 'd dhT ta ear'y ii-ter; t f year -..It. 1 f-ariiTJC. S lie-if. -I .aire. r! e eh"a. I h", l ken ?4 rltit.. t h"". 1 yea's i4 and 1 t ya-a 1. aeia'lt atwut la!, fi a-ewkere aM ir!r. fASM TOOLS AS1 KACEISERT- Mcairn raahile, k'.re r.ke, f-., rtil-t-vatar. t !'" ". fr aT t'aV lar rw . e)rg V-ar- . lt waft. I a v i- imttf aiwl public auctior to the highest bidder, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8 on the? premie now cxvupied by me. known as the John hrllry farm, on the aet hill in 'iarre Town, mar the Mor rison farm about l1 miles from liarrr City, the follow-lnil dcwrilied atvk, farm ing tools and houarhold furniture; 10 Cows, Pair Heavy Work Horses, etc. Theae rows are grade Hol.tein and Jersey, all to frfa-lim in early winter, all food ape and si-; 13 amsll al.o.t.. FARM TOOLS AND MACHIXEBY 2 mowing- machines, Lorae rake, he-l harrow. 2 hay tedd.-ra. t Wae travere pja Aifrfmn MtLot sled, 4 sI.-mtIi., 1 ruing J,sy mttT, lide . V.liy AlULllUll lvIdlKl.1 yoke. 4 r.tbrr ae. I -linrae lunUKT C,aJ0.r -1 J m ,-uiuiua aa a. aaiia '. ait. NO. 1005 All equipped ready for immedi ate income; IS head of .tock. I horaea, all crop, complete set of farming toola. etc.. for 84.800.00; eaay term.; there are 203 acre, of land ; 80 acre, of good tillage land ; ugar orchard of 1,000 maples, with equip ment for 1.000 tree. ; think of the profit from thi. .ourcel Can keep form SS to 80 head : large clapboarded barn and good house, practically new ; running water at houae and barn ; 1 mile to creamery, stores, etc. : thi. ia a good trade. laStf NO. 7S DANDY RIVER FARM with lum ber, eatimated to be SOO.OOO feet, handy to mill : SO acre, of meadow ; fair building. ; will cut, with a little work. 100 ton. of hay. beelde other crone ; buy thi. and you can make more than 8K.000.00 cutting the lumber; price only 8i.600.OU. lK.if NO. 101S SS ACRES OF LAND at only 14,004.00; 100 acrea of meadow land, eould be made with a email amount of work to keep 100 head: large amount of lumber; fair building ;. located on one of the beat roada In thia section, withia driving distance of Barre City mark eta ; muat be Mid to settle aaUte. 1,3 tf A SPLENDID BUSINESS CHANCE In live city; doing a yearly buaineaa of 82S.OOO.OO; fine location and haa been eatabliehed for a number of year. Let u. tell jroa mere about thi. Price low. lJtf THESE ARK ALL BARGAINS, AND ANY LIVE MAN CAN MAKE MONEY ON THEM. THE a A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY BARRE. VERMONT Reesea t and 8. R.wlaad-Cav. Bldg. REGISTERED SHROPRHIRES FOR SALE a nice lot or ram., different age. ; prices right Herbert Keiton, East Montpelier, Vt. 184tl FOR SALE One hundred runs of dry slab wood; ha. been under cover all aummer; alao about 0 ton. of stock hay; wUl .ell either at home or delivered. Walter C. Matoon, Wil liamatown, Vt ; N. E. 'phone 881-24. 182tf FOR SALE Z Ford cars, juat overhauled; price very low. Call and aee at Divers! Fruit Co., 247 North Main .treet, Barre. ISOtf FOR SALE A black Morgan mare, yrs. old: weiKh. 1.100 lbs.; aound and clever; good driver or worker; aUo I other good horaea. aurrey, traverse .letgh. driving- harneaaea. shouts and hog. 17 iarweli street: 'phone 66H-M. 17ttf FOR SALE Winter vegetables at wholesale Price. ; cabbage, 76c per do. ; turnip, and carrot. 60c per bu. ; been. SOe per bu. ; parsnip, voe per bu. ; large yellow oniona, fl.DO per bu.; Hubbard squaah, 1V0 per lb.; atwfaction guaranteed and rtxxat delivered anywhere in city. Jama E. Mitchell, market gardener, R. F. D. 2. 'phone 882-4. 178U FOR SALE Wood and lumber , No. ! wood, 12.60 cord .- dime na ion lumber at reasonable price. Fred K. Downing, tel. 611-4. 156tf FOR SALE One large second-hand fur nace; used 4 yean; .team coil and piping with it Addrea. "Furnace." Time. oHioe. 15utf FOR SALE Scott'. delicloM extracted hon ey. At houae, 1 Riehardaon etreet, 16a lb. Bet Aak your grocer for Scott's honey. ' i . 18ti Farm and Team Harness . PLENTY OF FARM HARNESS PLENTY OF TEAM HARNESS PLENTY OP FARM COLLARS PLENTY OF TEAM COLLARS P.p.lar Law Price COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER Auction Sale at the I i ifn.r f i -fvrra ! i . . M 4Tfir W'J.K i uf k-r I . le, h.um, "'" ; w m - r-nt n .. . mn.k rim. I 4-lit 41 .1-1 4 i u 7-,l Mrwee-ea. V.t -r 11... iM aU aw.n Mci ja. itxr.ir, z fVAr-r .rt. Arrl- r.J-W:iH'a a4 r m vt t , h,.. .. tmM . , rrr. A K'T trwLcr nW- -7 n , VZ. eJC Z Yl tnc R. 'w sr. rtr barn, ' " f 1 M ,4 .'-.. j ei... a m nrl N V'2-4 r- - T-e,.tl -.-cf.e Ua-Hlr-a. a.K; V V sivtT " ' V." Z "pr ; t.-ytM-r ..3 be 4- I fe" C- F- - bar- te --1 1 art-a , ' ,1 x iriri.-nr ff.ft f Sijl'f a. -l4aa . a agon, etpre. I-i;h, Z biifry assorts, eaprrae and drit itig haimara. 2-hre -tatn die-jri-r, rora sWll.f, .Vai tia asp buikH. with iout. large h,,I l-r and tr(re tank, j-.thering tub, 2 l tt. ,-ia. riM chain. 4 'L ft. ',-in. table hains, hiavy st--l lr, -t eleel har newae. b TV. ot hoe and Da da. al -h nnle. and a lt of .mall tools too na meeoB. t fnentii. HOUSEHOLD FUKX ITCKI in.lud ina Mae i-e ranr. I 4h kitrliew Ute with f"P. table, i nuif rv telje. ' chair. iwlcra, bureau. irn td. I atr-r,aT and n-attraea. peve f.-athef fil- nw. feather Iw-d. mmmMe mlsiM. jM':r-. ratr. ewe, slant, lanpe. tlaa. rl 'ms a "4 wod--w ware, and a bt A tA li -r e Ttw. at time c.f V. I nn k at wm. lverttf-. rtf wn i a.i4 with-.rt reaerte e-e 1 r-f . a. I bate ne farfb'f nae for f roperl. lort'lt. V.. .. 161S. at 1" e in . t'W-rmrm. J0R7T H IIlttT, Owner. P. A. Ft EST. Aartweeet, If in the Market for Real Estate, Call Write or Thone J. J. DASHNER General Real Estate Agent NO. 2M-HFRE IS A BIO PAYINC, MEAT BUSINESS All equipped aitb relriirerator, carta, aleda, and everything that goe to make op a ap--dat market; thia is the only market ia a thriving villare and therefore haa a hare, patronage; good S-room houae and bans ta eosina turn . pleasantly located en the anal, etrwet : building, all elertrwaUy lie-hted : a rrmt chance for the right mnr : eniy ff.009.Se. lvlif NO. 74 40-ACRE FARM anly I mile, from Barre City, ea mala hwharay ; very pna durtia soil ; land lay. well and free from st4Wiaa; fruM archer ; fan keep. IS head ef atork and tames : plenty ef bar and .hrtiiea : gand eoeaferubl -rsne ho... ; water at him . aad baea ; eswthlrd auie te erbood l a aire Ixm far eeaneona. lettf 5-A STABLE BLANKETS 8laaa .mall eno.ih far eeS-m. aeraea Siaea large eneagk for l,(-m. haraae 9Sc, $1.23, $1.48, $1.75, $1.93 Beat anywhere by Barrel Beet COLTON 4 STATE STSEET MONTPELIER A HORSE HARNESS AND BUGGY to be foM at 3 o'clock. Lots "in-: n i4': ''- 1 a ' I 1 - . a.14 Aa. - mekdl fbfmB t oi miscellaneous gooas lor this sale. NO. - rTe-ACRK FARM i acre, ef very wmdurtie mar hi networked ti'laae t bal- iM-e petetevw and wmwt lan4 : small anraaint of 0, H. HALE, iH Frry ba. bawa Irnud ta ea. by IS.aat a dftaewal lea eat aaa apaern LaanraaS aallmg bewwd aaT le ( ayee. ta the waras. K. 'Hare : fcaaane Pawtare and Ear-aTie Ta K or real -i Oa'rat Ver tvwat laCasy Frity, eer ht J. ft."y tl'i f " t5e rnti4 f if tt b.'1'wb, ?iT awl '-nt t -.ft. Tkeea fwH r'tt W r Vt i U -t4 e T .' a. a. ! a. en. ar-4 t . I1' p. fn ; 4rr i! i m. I p. an. e4 f fJ. in : l-WrW It a. wi I 4" f. m. IS t- ttt r-l eeetrrw ),, t Vee V t -rea.1 a-1 ' V -w i. t . "'-rw. br a. . f j"e f- f .-.:'. I. ft I . ' i -k. riCBAtl JC-XATCELIS. 4a-er FTOr AT REVEREHOUSE BOSTON W-':4 awaaaw V-saf Wla1 -- trsaawMst ' M faaw w (jyeaafl Fire Insurance I represent fercn Ucn (f the larret sr.! Stock and Mutual Fire Inrar r:c? Cc panics. Aik for rates. J. V. T)TTaT)N I aad fcehrw. raa-a fkerm a. or am ef enft t tanner, ktrve ameaiat aaT wand ; fart beet t row. and taanas : I barn, I eoaM aad I lr'4'i. with iaiisii I a : tort, eil ; very gnnal S-ewne. awe ; never fan in. epetna wafcee at tieaas e4 Kara: R F. D. and aeterbeeie : thw farwi baa I beaten, all ta gna4 .Hap. : a ta bwatntf aa the mam mad. 1 roue ta rieaiL S wiImw ta I .earner. : ea ner tmiM enwei4re eachanrlne fnr amal farwi : that to big aaaaaer-enaker end a t li art koana. IVftf am -te rE rtatii iw1mhi4 : eery enwaftMa eeil : ela : aril aVwrne ; rnd raas etarar aa-haHl ei II'" tre-e: ear. a. ta the emttaaaet. an ew'imied ark tnha : a i e. ,4 at e.4. ta-w emejirnt w4 hm4 mn4 : faeta .a,, a aaiwe nrl : aaa-.r ee ham ma . enet, be a-eamea bmeat : weee et hi law aw4 ha i a Wit. Brhnea ; If ti k, Ml wm, .ell mk. amim 4 r.'aa ; a nre a -tee. 4 awMl e-fc.ir f m e rw.a-1. a.-w : t ne.- nae he-weae an.n hbeM 0 gie ane $t '4 ... a f-axa t.ia fea tt aam. twaee alt t ii i.a. eiiW-i .e. I 4 ikr tt la a .." . t-en-tw-a 1 e.4ee hie aeie tie 1m, la-t"a m fe-na laaat I I -a aa mt I". Itf FPII fAtniHH lw,-vrE fP t. I. meg.; Iteai rawte ajrawt. Han. a. tarns . a. 1. tt.aa4 tvtagT few NOW IS THE TIME to think of an Electric Lighting Plant Yoa don't bare ta wonder that tt la eareeea. fill. Via eaa .bow yoa ear ta operation and tell yoa the actual ruaning eeat. W e eaa point ywa te pl.nU hew thw that bare beea running II yeans. Don't make th an take ef a amalL, inadexiaate plant at a large pru-av, but COME AND FEE A. W. ALLEN CO. New England aad Oraeuye teanty Taieabeaee FEMALE HELP WANTED LAIir-A f.acmatlng home buauiaa ; tintin pawtcanta, pirturea. ae, .par time; wiak (12 wnrkly. M eanraaaing ; sentr-lea Inc. Inruare f i--a. Artint tstxi, i blanhattea atreet. New rk. 1;U WANTED- H-wa.ketir nn farm, family of I aelta : ent be ra4 f laia rnna.. neat aad eapabie ; gnd warea. W. C . iraatn, Nnrih. . m. ft, av D. i. i-u- WANTED A riH te dree. ' Z" rare Tiwwe of?ww 4- l'f OI K 4. arta-le lenn-iawi mail e-iiWr e.taU.1 aua bow anaae eatea ai t er! time ; nreb en : na eae-rawaine : w emii. Vul rea (a, 11 . I iftk aiMa t haraa-e. lf- N7T.D aT ON E A eiai.'ie e'H f"T knaranrt. (all al S -a. frank l-.i- nt. Maii si Ha-ee. 1 1. la.i K1DA e( te ete n-f a .in-ea, 1. Vm4 at ma. fr gene aj p!-, ..a.,'.. N H tf W,!TV"T Iraa-tW-f . '! - trjafa are t-4 Wtet. , la mt Wf! UPWIfc-'-fl Of a ftmm . 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