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THE BAWttV DAILY-'TIMES. BARRE. VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER . 5, 1013.
New-Way Wonder
fr, ' for Corns, "Gets-It"
' Ih Big Surprise for Corn Owner It'i
, . Sure, Simple, Safe, Quick
Listen to th wea story of "GtU-IU" th
.rlri' imlat com remedy, la a ihort
itory, only about two feet, "Mary had a
littW 'Gets-It,' and corns upon her toe; ana
wry tun sho put on 'titt-lt' tht corn waa
Stop Minor and KmbarsmentI;lEe
ThU WHU Simple, Eaay uota-ii."
aura to go." Mary, Ilka thouaanda of othera,
used to bo a heroine. suffering martyrdom,
imliur nainful bandanaa. irritating aalvea.
'sticky tape, toe-harneeaea. blood-bringing ra
aora tend scissors 1 She says now there'a no
aenaa in it. Una "(iota-It," applied In two
seconds. Easy, imple, new way Just paln
lma common aenael Milliona are doing It.
Never fniln. " You can wear amaller ahoea
now., You don't have to limp around any
more, of walk on the aide of your ahoea to
try to set away from your eorna I Xou know
for aura before you uia "Geta-It" that the
corn or ealloua ia going away, - For corna,
callouses, warta and buniona.
I "Oeta-It" ia sold by all druggists, 2Bc a
bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co;,
Chicago.
PURE WATER SUPPLY.
' A successful ' artesian well has just
'been drilled for Mr. Frank B. Martin on
top of the hill at his farm in Marshfield,
near Flainfleld, Vt. The well was com
pleted at a depth of 52 feet, all of which
was drilled in the solid ledge excepting
6ft. of top ground. Water stands' with
in 7 ft. of top of grouud, and when Mr,
Martin lowers his supply pipe in the
water will run without any pump into
his buildings, giving him an abundant
.supply of pure, sparkling water. Mr.
Martin says he is well pleased and will
gladly recommend the Bay State Arte
sian Well Co., Inc. (of Warner and
Woodsville, N. II.), to anyone in need of
a good water supply. Mr. Martin says
he feels he would be doing his neighbors
a good service by telling thorn about the
benefits that he knows that he is going
to derive from this successful artesian
well. He has been so bothered in the
past by hauling water that now he can
forget it and give his whole time in
attending to other business. '
. The steam drilling machine will re
main on Mr, Martin's farm for several
days to give others interested in' a bet
ter and never failing water supply a
chance to contract for an artesian well.
Lower rates can be given before the well
drilling outfit is freighted away. Address
Buy State Artesian Well Co., Inc., at
Warner, N. II., or Woodsville, N.II. adv.
ABOUT THE STATE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM
DIFFERENT 8ECTION8
Burlington is considering the plan of
parking automobile along city hail
park during business hours.
The postoffico at Alburg was broken
into Sunday night and about $tt Ire rash
was taken. No clue has been obtained,
A big storago basin and eloctrio pow
er plant is in the making at Victory,
where 3,000 acres of land will be flooded
by a dam to be constructed.
The author of the words of the hymn,
"I Need Thee Kvery Hour," Mrs. Annie
S. Hawks, resides with her daughter,
Mrs. Warren E. Putnam, in Bennington,
A progressive dinner was served by
the St. JohnBbury churches recently for
the benefit of the memorial free bed
at Brightlook hospital. The women of
the Briirhtlook Hospital Aid association
are endeavoring to raise JJ:ou a year lor
this fund.
DRINK
HABIT
ESTATE OF ANDREW M. MUKKIHON
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT
Thousands of wive, mothers and tillers
are enthusiastic. In their prais of ORR1NK,
because It haa cured their loved onea or me
"drink habit" and thereby brought heuuines
to their homoa. Can be given secretly. OK-
RINK costs only 11.00 per box. Ak for
free booklet.
Floyd (it Russell, 160 North Main atreeu
PLAINFIELD
Harry Rash, the 10-year-old son o
Isaac Rash of Westmore, was serious
lv wounded above the left knee Mon
day, when a rifle in the hands of Ar
thur Revoir was accidentally discharged.
The bullet, a soft point one, nearly
stripped the flesh from young Rash i
leg, and he was taken to the St. Johns
bury hospital. It is feared that he will
lose his leg.
FARM DRAINAGE.
Auction Sale
OF
PERSONAL PROPERTY,
On account of the death of my hus
band and in the settlement of the evtate,
I will sell at public auction to the high
est bidder, on
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the
premise where I bow live in Brook field,
Vt known as the Horace Kibbr farm.
in the so-called Kibby or Gaylord neigh
borhood, situated I1, miles from Xorth
Randolph, 0 miles from Randolph and 4
miles from Brookneld, the following de
cribed personal property, to witt
27 HEAD OF GRADE
JERSEY CATTLE
Consisting of at Cowl R of them were
recently freah and the balance due thla
fall and early winter. This ia a nice
clean lot of young dairy cows; 2 2-yr.
old heifera, 4 calves, 8 thoroughbred
- Berkshire ahoats that will weigh 150 lbs
each 4 Berkshire brood sows 2 of
them to farrow, and 1 registered Berk
thire , boar. Alan the famous French
reach stallion. Prince I'd ward, 10 years
old, weight about 1,300 Tls.; aside from
being a splendid stock horse, he is good
o work and drive, aound, kind and fear
less; also 1 4 yr.-old bay colt, weight
1,100 Tba, ami rid and broken to work
double; also 1 all-around black horse.
FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY
1 S-horee farm wagon, 1 licht 1 -horse
lumber wagon, with pole and shafts, 2
buggy wagons, roadvart, set of traverse
lfighs, pleasure sloifh, mowing machine,
tiorec rake, hay tedder, Corn Kin ma
nure preailr, sulky plnw, coraj planter,
emoothing harrow, Larveater, warder,
borae boe, circular saw rir, feed pi-indit,
herp power, 2 ''ta if platform aralea,
1 art of nearly new rrk harn.-ee, I
tither pti. of work Iiern.ax-a, I pair of
pearly new riming liirnrw, 1 sinrle
drive harness, prindatone, 2 kttl-s ith
Iron arcbea, wat.r-tuH beater, tir!d tg
tub. Miiaage gMndi-r an J p1u?, dial
aralee,, (Pi-fiL kerowne tank, ire h-et,
pram bin, anvil, F.rr.j .r rrean a.-iia
Inf.
CROPS M tn t liar, TS tone .f
ettsilape, (, tofts f atraw and T) bufchris
pf .ate.
SUGAR TOOLS I Otmrn Trrstr,
tin t s and W irrw -aUanlx-4
1114, (han:?4 trar tark and
rathTirig tstik; ) ft. J ia, r!aiM
iron j-r. sap ai"t, buek't Mfi, fut.
cte
HOUSEHOLD rUFJflTTF E a.
rl.SBibef a.ta. cu' k. l -r. etaisds
rue km iVk. ; "I t"., im I
f l.eirt. -vrM", 1 .:, V r-a, Vai it'.
.. fnrka, tk'a. alwS. .4-, rt
,h-r artW n4 iwi'iniii T1 ie a
f ir rWan l-t f 1'k. np. ard int.',
f4 m C hf a44 r!bijt r e ,r i t t
pi.lt f-ir t' e .-wn a t :-. Sl
r l.r. rasa er -m. 7rtt. at t r
pf aai) t trti et et-
5 JOS'.t E. IiFFT. Afl
C T. SXITH. A-rt-r. Ear, Vt.
Factors to Consider in Deciding Upon a
Flan of Land Drainage.
In planning a drainuge system for the
farm it is necessary to determine first
whether open ditches or covered tile
drains are to be constructed. Open
ditches are generally used when large
quantities of surface water are to be
removed or where land and labor are
cheap. The disadvantages of open ditch
include the large amount of land
they occupy, their interference with
farming operations, and the high cost of
keeping the ditches clean and the banks
free from weeds, lile drainage usual
ly give more thorough drainage. They
occupy no land surface and do not Inter
fere with farming operations. If prop
erly constructed they are practically per
manent and require almost no expendi
ture for maintenance.
The farmer must decide the amount
of money that he can invest for drain
age. Lsually it will be best to start
ith that part of the farm where the
profits from drainage will be greatest
and to extend the system as more funds
are available. Often the first work must
include a main or outlet for the whole
farm and, therefore, will cost more per
acre drained than future work. If the
drainage system for the whole farm can
be constructed at once the work can
sometimes be done at a little less cost
than if it is done a part at a time. How
ever, the plan of doing a part at a time
has the advantage of permitting the
farmer to observe the results obtained
and in the following work to make any
improvement that may be expedient in
the plan. It also permits the farmer to
estimate closely whether it will be prof
itable to invest the money necessary for
completing the drainage system.
On rolling lands where only occasional
wet spots are to be drained the random
system (fig. 1) is commonly used. On
level lands needing artificial drainage a
uniform system (fig. 2) must be planned
that will provide drains for the entire
area. The most economical arrange
ment of such a system ie one which per
mits the use of long laterals and require
the shortest total length of main draina.
The advantage of this arrangement is
shown graphically by figures 2 and 3,
in which the systems drain equal areas
There is only one St. Johnsbury malt
cream bread, this is made by the Geo, II.
Cross Co. of JSt. Johnsbury, Vt.j and is
sold by only one store in l'lainfield.
Bartlett & Nye have had the exclusive
agency for their celebrated bread and
pastry'since Feb. 1, 11)14, and are still
handling it now. -
Insist on having St. Johnsbury malt
cream bread and pastry, and none other ;
fresh from the bakery every day. '
This is the bread that for the past 12
months showed a gain of 47.3(1 per cent.
ave your bread wrappers for valuable
premiums. Adv. , ,
OF
Stock, Farming Tools
and Crops )
I have just sold my farm, and as I
have no further use for the personal
property, I will selr'at' public auction
to the highest biddprj on the premises
known as the Eddie A." Merritt or Fisher
farm, in Lower Cabot village, 3 miles
from Marshfield depot, on
THURSDAY, NOV. 11
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
the following described:
20 Head of Stock, Tools
Horses and Crops
16 COWS, 8 of these are now fresh, the
balance to freshen socyi ; all good age and
size, a nice lotj 1 high,-grde Jersey bull,
coming 2; 3 good clvoi,il brood sow;
HORSES 1 8-year-old,- bay mare, fear
less, good worker and driver, weight
about 1,200, nearly sound; 1 bay horse,
weighing about 1,200 lbs., a very good
worker; 1 yearling bay colt.
FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY
Manure spreader, cultivator, horse 'hoc,
2-horse lumber wagon, farm truck, wood
en wheels, with hay body, nearly new; 1
new Peering mowing machine, with 5-ft.
cut; horse rake, nearly new hay tedder,
buokboard, sleigh, light set steel sleds,
pair traverse sleds, bob sled, cutaway
isc harrow and pole, 18-in. smoothing
arrow, nearly new corn planter, weed-
er, U. S. cream separator, with motor,
nearly new. .
ALSO 6o TONS OF HAY, 13 TONS
OF ROWEN
Terms at time of sale. Lunch at noon.
Everything will be sold without reserve
or limit, as I have no further use for
this property.
E. A. MERRITT, Owner.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt
Suite of Vermont, District of Ws.hinifton, .
The Honorable J'rubale Court for tlx District
Afoifeaid : -
Ta the helm and all persons Interested In
the aslata of Andrew M. Morrison, late of
the city of Uarra, In said district, deceased,
VRKKTINfl 1
WlltKKAS, application hath been made to
this court in writiiif, by the administrator,
Herbert J. Hlayton, urayina fur license and
authority to aell all of real estate of said
deceased, to wit I Situated In the town of
Harre and town of I'lainHelil, in ssid district,
snd in the town of Orsnne. in the county of
Orsntte and state of Vermont, Including the
homestead right and the Interest of the widow
therein, representing to said court that it would
be benelU-ial to the heirs and all persons inter
ested in the MUtto of aaUl deceased, to sell
said real aetata and convert the same into
money.
And brlnulnir Into court the eor.aent and ap
probation, in writing, of all the heirs to said
estate residing In this slate, and aetting forth
the situation of the real estate. I
WHEKEIJrON. the said court appointed and
assigned the 23d day of November, t)16. at the
probate otlire In Montpelier. in said district,
to henr and decide upon aaid application and
petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be
given to all persons interested therein, by pub'
iiahing said order, together with the time and
place of hearing, three weeks successively in
the Hsrre Daily Tim, a newspaper which clr.
dilutes in the neighborhood of those persons
interested in said en lute, all of which publica
tions shall be previous to the day assumed
for heating.
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear before said court, at the time and
piara aasigned, then and there In said court to
make your objections to the granting of such
license if you see cause.
Given under my hsnd at Montpelier, In said
district, this 4th day of November. 1916.
FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge.
NovS-12-19
BUSINESS CARDS
Landi School of Music
Puplla Taken for. Violin, Plane, Herman?
and Counterpoint
Orrhealra for All Orcatlona
Offka Hours i 9 to 13 a. m., 1 to I p. m.
Monday, 1 to 7 p. m.
Thone 264-4 48 Sol Main Street
VIOLIN STUDIO
MRS. EDWIN W. IRUCE ,
Teacher of Violin and Mandolin
Studio, II Kelson Bt. 'Phone I0J-M
His Study.
Grubs Are you going in for golf this
summer!
Ntubbs "So, indeed; I have got be1
yond that point. Jlns summer I am
making a comparative study of Roruan,
Greek and tcyptian profanity. Rich
mond Times-Dispatch.
When a Man Haa Provided
a in pie life Insurance for Ms family, he
haa kicked a goal from the field of en
deavor, which can never be erased from
the scoreboard. Ko matter how the game
goes, lna tin good play survives. Ni
tional Life Insurance Co, of Vt. (Mutu
all. 8. 8. Ballard, general agent, Law
renee building, Montpelier, XL
Auction Sale
OF
Stock
52 Head of Slock, Hoffs,
Piffs, Hens and Crops
As 1 hare just sol 1 my farm and twl.
snd a tart of the ti, I ni.l ill at
puMie iui4ies to th hhet biiUW, a
the farm vhkb I row w,if v. it the
main tti b-ading frm WeU.amstom-
to rVrlm pnd, about I't ir.ik-a from
W i!hait a ti.la-e, i a r the tirg
I.j tide farm,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10
at I oVbwk harf the a't-rtwn. tfc
f trtUri tnjr d"wrib-d t k tixl rit:
TWEXTY-FIVE COWS
mwt'y all I. i- rr l A rl a f ,
tra4 li4t-"H? i s, aA t !
' . k. ,1, .... ...... t..
atod a f in rt ant't ; all or ,i g
and p "A - It "w'td r l,a-d to fcri I
ttt'T V f e a f tl, e"!5, )
b-.!T. j-er1 aal rw g t f
Auction Sale
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE
ESTATE OP LOUIS COLOMDE
The undersigned, having been appointed by
the honorable probate court tor the district
of Washington. COMMISSIONERS, to receive,
examine, and adjust the claims and demands
of all persona against the estate of Louis
Colombo, late of the city of Barre, in said dis.
trict. deceased, and all claims exhibited I
offset thereto, hereby aive notice that wa will
meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the store
of the Tilden Shoe Co. in the city of Barre, 1
id district, on the 18th day of November
and 8th day of Apnl next, from 9 o clock a. m.
until I o clock p. m.. on each ot said days,
and that six months from the 13th day of
October. A. D. 19111. Is the time limited by
said court for aaid creditors to present their
claims to ua for examination and allowance.
Dated at the city of Barre, this 21st day
of October, A. D. 1916.
ARTHUR C. TILDEN,
. M. LY0N,
Commissioners.
Oct22-29Nov5
CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA
JOrm V. CARROLL, Leader
' MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA
SIONS LATEST AND
MOST POPULAR MUSIC
A. C CARROLL, Business Manager
T step hone 41 Harre, Varment
II. A. GOULD'S
PIANO ROOMS
Established 2S ) ears. On low price to all.
based upo i tba most economical business
methods.
It's a trustworthy place to buy Pianos,
tl Bpauldlng St.. Barre, Vt. 'Phone 4-1
or
Real Estate and
Personal Property
On account of the death of my Iius
band, I will sell at public auetion to
the hijjheat bidder, on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9
at 10 o'cliM-k in the forenoon on the
premises now ownd and occupied by me,
known as the Dan 3Ianinl! farm, just
on the main roa1 leauinji from Mwrit
jelier to Xorthflfld, turnititf l1wen the
Ami Chase place and Louis Lord farm,
Vs mile to first farm, the following de
scribed farm and personal property!
MY HOME FARM
Containing about 35 acres ef land, more
or la, auitsbly divijd: snod fruit
orchard; tillaire land lays mostly level;
fin act of building, coneistinp of P room
house in pood condition, partly finished
in bard wood, 4 rooms hat ing hardwood
floors mrminff wati at house and bam;
gA lisra with o-mTt baaement ; te-
npa for 5 cows and rotitijf atwk; S pood
atalla; to,lhue, wag-on aheis.
het.bouae fA ft. Ions; and in pood shape.
Thi farm is only I's.aales to stone
sheds, rhnrrhea. aebix.la. store. r-ot of
fice, ant railroad s'alKm at Wrat Hirlin.
and withia eay Anting d.,tsn"e tf
Mfwitpelirr on f re road. Also a 85-scre
wood b-t l-ate4 abmrt t mile from
K'm plaor, ay of mn, rt 'mated to
lie 4"' ta ftel cnrls rf g4 aof-ond-
frth wood and pult"1".
Si Head of Stxk
t TOrSG COWS, c-a !.. ,l.-r j ana II..!-
!-ri, 1 ti fr.l-.- in a f w eVa. I
J var-f.ld Iw.f'-r to frb- in nHi
wiH.-T. I yesM.rs b' -i.'iT, 1 I ih j-a4.
H ,t.n u'l c:f. 1 K'ira, g'-Ji m t
aM -r, t 1 s ; I
, stoats, U-tt a :t 2 V
P.. .w V . a 1.4 W ) ' 1 -f ln 'r.
FA M TOOLS AWU ACKIStrRT
I eH utm fi"l aWs w nth a-1. l..t.i j
i ar.4 I W-li'-e. ta' le int 1 er f
'ana arfH. r-4 sir1. ro4a-t.
, "a" pi-gM. 'i" twll llT'-e. tu fi4
' l & 4. t. ,
Wa-IB.-- nTJ'Sl'W. w F'f M-T"W. fr.
w 'a piptp it, " A.l ,1 ki-,M. e-n
e ra't" a t4 a t-et
- a?sTl fs-r g t-ft
i CT0T 't t"P m atB?
Auction Sale
OF
FARMING TOOLS, STOCK
AND CROPS
As I have sold my farm and have to
give immediate possession, I will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder, on
the premises now occupied by me in
Williamstown, known as the Uurnett
place, about IV. miles from illiams
town depot on the road from Williams
town village leading past the .Martin
hrskme farm toward Baptist jitreet, on
SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1915
at t9 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 150 lbs. each, 2 horses, 1
mare, weight about 1,150 Jbs., 1 horse,
weight about 1,100, both good workers
25 hend poultry.
FARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY
-Slowing machine, plow, nearly new;
horse rake, weeder, lumber wgguii, ex
press wagon, sleigh, set heavy sleds
smoothing harrow, horse hoe, cultivator,
drag, grindstone, driving harnesses, set
work harnesses, 1,500 strawberry baskets,
new DfLavsl cream separator, 25 runs
stove wood, chum, milk cans, milk pails,
etc., and a lot of small farming tools.
CROPS Alnnit 10 tons of good hay,
30 to X tons ensilage, 5 or ti tons straw,
200 bu. oata, 175 bu. potatoes, 50 bu.
corn on cob, 2 to 3 tons corn fodder,
quantity seed corn. t
Lunch at noon. Terms at time of sale.
Everything will be sold without reserve
or limit for the reason given above.
ClfAS. F. KKNYON, Owner.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer.
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Auction Sale
. OF
Stock, Farminp; Tools and
Household Furniture
As I have wild my fsrm and have to
give imrmdiate powsi sion, I will sell at
public auction to the highest bidd.r, on
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8
on the premiers now oprupira ty me,
known as the John Krlby farm, on the
est hill in Harre Town, n.-ar the Mor
rison farm about 1', milt-s from llarre
C it V. thr followiiia; described st.Kk, fartn-
inj t.Ia and household fumiturr:
10 Cows, Pair Heavy Work
Horses, etc.
Tkeae rows are giade H.,lrt.in an'l
Jrtsry. all to freshtn in earlv winl'-r.
all rood ar and ai; 1.1 small timet.
FARM TOOLS AMD MACHINERY
tno ing mai tunes, borsr rake, wnrrl
barrow. 2 bay t.-ddi-rs. 2 Nrer travrrer
s(-d. 4 a'eUhs, I jinnc hy iitt-r, slide ot
y.-kes, 4 mb. e v.. lee, 1 b rae lamW
a riress sl-ir'.. 2 I'UC.-T warorte.
rrrrs afid inc harness, a, 2 horse
tat d rr"'- rw h;!r. .Vat ,n ear
l.vk-t. th s-rts. Urge b- ' r and
slnrare tstk. rs'."r.rg fin, II ft
raMr rhaifis. 4 12 ft. ',-ifi. faSle
e) a .ra. 1-sit S1I tr. i ete.1 bsr-
?-s.s, n s rt sl.oes s t - si ti S
? l. a f a l-"t -f sn-aSI t ' t n
;crrrrtLD rxEiTri?E j
f rs-.pe. I k t-...
th tsi.-. c r '.e-ren tsll
, 'i a-. U r k Tt. I s"!':. ir'w l l
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f. I .- -t "' t- -.r,--t
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K. H. GALE
Practical Pianoforte Tuning,
Regulating and Repairing
Graduate of Faust School of Tuning
Experience in Chickering- A Sons' Factory
4 Wellington St.. Barre, Vt, 'Phone 121-11
Dfe. M. D. LA3IB
will orive treatment for lung troubles, neuraU
gla, rheumatism and female dis esses with the
electric vibrator and will attend call outside
of office hours. ......
OFFICE HOURS: UntI 9 a. m. ; 12:80 to
2:31) and 6:00 to 8:00 p. m.
Phone 70 Residence and Office, il Summer St.
FOUR LINES VOll 25c
The Times wffl nnain,n Wants, Iost
Found. For Pslj, To let,
nd
ete. short adver
tisements e,t the rate of four lines for twenty.
Ave eenta for the first Inssrtlon and ftva seals
for each suhsequrnt Insertion.
REAL LbTAlD FOR SALE
FOR SALE Modern 4-room house newly
built i finished In hard wood I can ha bouuht at
reasonable terms. Inuuira of James Ciiwan
at 70 Brook etreet. I"
FOR QUICK 8AI.E-About SO ares and
food bulldinm. only 6 ml. from Montpelier on
Worcester branch road i thia plate will be
sold, Including farming tools, 4 cows, 1 bull.
1 horse, verv rhren If taken at once! place
ran be bought by paying about tU0 down ;
mis isrm has great possibilities, inquire vi.
Real Kstat A Ins. Co. l"u
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Stock, Toota and Machinery Included
14 cowa, apan of matched black horses worth
1600 1 ( heifers. 7 calves. 12 hogs, itU hens,
bull, cult, and all crops, machinery and tools
Included with this splendid U40-aere farm ;
land ia in a high state of cultivation; 1.0U0
cords ot hard wood, quantity of growing pine
lumber; running water to house and barn; 11
room house, basement bam 40x70, alio; this
ia a moneymaker; price, 46,600, part cash,
eaay terms. Caledonia Real Estate Co., Ht,
Johnsbury, Vt. - 186tf
TO RENT
TO KKNT Upstairs tenement of 4 rooms.
Apply at to Currier street.
TO KENT A Umn.tsrs.-room tenement
v. t fT"1' b"n 'nd henhouse. Call
' vt' Estata Insumhca Co. Isntf
FURNISHKn ROOMS for light housekeep
ing tall at TH North Main street. J07U
w(Ti?i.RE.NTT?l7,y 'urn'h,l rooms to rent.
rJ i.i l-" nd 1"'nt,i Uuo board. Apply
at u Eastern avenue. ium
occTuEnlEMfLNT 1 KKNT-WIU be ready for
oortipanry Nov. 1. Apply to Dr. O. U. Slick
ney. Hsrre. Vt lsst
1 OR bALE
DR. G. L. T.HAYES
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES
PECULIAR TO WOMEN
OFFICE HOURS! t to 4 p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur.
day; also by appointment.
II and 15 Btanehard Building Telephone II
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office In Room IS, Miles Building
, Telephone Connection
Office Hmirs: ( a. m. to 12 m. and 1 :80 to 4
p. m.. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
FOR RENT House in WeUtervllle, $6.00.
isotf
FOR RENT House, Maple avenue. $12.00.
18tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE House in
Barre City ; wa want farm, with stock, tools
and crops. IHWtf
FOR SALE -Standing trees on 40-acre
woodlot off Baptist street In Willianwtown :
will aeU by cord or lump price, or on shares.
isnrt
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 76-acre farm
in Calais: fair buildings with running water
at home and barn : plenty, of wood and tlm-1
ber ; we want small house in Harre City, j
Wobsterville or Graniteville, and would con
sider good automobile pr one or two horses.
, . :tf
H. j PHELPS CO.
Telephone 114-2 Miles Block. Barre, Vt,
FOR SALE 1 Itfrv a b.i..i..
ill , r M ciniiuu fJIllllaS
kiln in terfect condition; haa been used only
irnlln "f ",0rk '' Cm 1 00, will Kll for
460 uo. Apply to Mrs. C. S. Whlttler. Mont-
lol4
pelier, Vt.
OR SALE One share Orange County tel.
epnone stork and instrument; price. 116.00.
Jamea Lord. Barre, Vt. j. H. K D. 1. Itmta
FOR SALE-Medlum-slie DanUh bullhead
cabbages, solid heads, only a nickel each:
mailer heads for chickens, 2 and 8 for a
i. summing. K. u. 2, ti. ixo-M
Barre, Vt,
lBti!
FOR SALE A good driving; mare; will ex
change for stock; 1 Round Oak parlor stovs
T , f. 2,?,"ii0rifl: al, 1 kitchen table. Call
at Hi Washington street, lam!
FOR SALK -One 3-yr.-old hay colt, weight
000 lbs.; -not afraid of anything; well broki
to drive; also 1 10.yr.-old black mare weighin.
1,200 Itis. ; an extra good worker and driver.
Pa,mer- p- O. addrais WilUamstown,
Vti People's 'phone 10-8. 108t8
FOR SALE Three vountr i,mv mapI,
Caustic Son, Montpelier, Vt ; 'phone 868-w!
- - - 197tl
FOR SALEFour-wecks-old pigs at $2.04
euch. O. W, Herscy, R. i, VVillimtown, Vt
lU6l(
YOU WILL SAVE MONFY if you buy your
. .ii-re; eiso gooa ney, boxing board. 16
FARM FOR SALE A chance to locst. on "T .I a,e- "'A. Tomaai. 12 Mer-
one of the best farms to be found within g chant street; telephone 1,7-W ;V4U
miles of Barre City, consisting of about 160 1 pn ,,.r , " " -acres;
good pastures. Urge fields, nearly level. ! 'J" "'J'T ' 'f n J.wood lot!
machine n.owing; early and very productive ,,'r" 2"ha "'e: ai""o?,w a"d hora f"r
. W M ... 1 Baa - SlilC II. It II IBIflS ilum V mt
u- iootf
for all kinds af crops ; some hard wood and
second growth aoft wood: 1 1 -room house, large
barns, tie up 48 head stock ; will winter 60
head or more; carriage house, corn barn, calf
hed, henhouse, silo; thia farm haa the best
of water; spring within stone's throw of
building, never known to fail : farm can be
made to cut 200 tons of hay; grand view of
surrounding country makes it very desirable.
Inquire of F. E. Perrin, 16 Onward street,
Barre, Vt, ; tel. 817-4. . 181tf
II. S. CARVER, M. D.
SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO
ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICAL AND
X-RAY TREATMENT
Hoars: t te 12 a. m.t 1 to 4 and T to p. m.
-i'iiene ISt-W Room 14, Aldrlch Bide.
M.J.WHITCOMB
LICENSED EMBALMER
Calls answered promptly day ar night
An up-te-dete Affibulaius In cennsctiea
EAST BARRE. VT. Telephone JJt-l
WILLlAslaTOWN. VT Telephone 181-1
MERCHANT TAILORING
.ALSO CLE A VTNO. PRESS. "
1NO AND REPAIR1NO
MOORE & OWENS
ltl North Main Street Barre, Vermont
BOXING LESSONS
By a Professional Boxer
TERMS, I1.0S A LESSON
Hoys Taught Reasonably
KNOCKOUT FILLION
142-POUND CHALLENGER
Call ar Write 24 West Street, Barre. Vt.
HOUSE FOR SALE In Northfield. Vt 2
tenements : located cor. Vine and Pearl streets,
8 minutes from P. O. and R. R. station: fine
condition, rented : good garden. Write H.
Kidder, 4 Beekman atreei, N. Y. City. 17St60
FARM FOR SALE 00 acres: splendid for
all kinds of poultry, also grand chance for
trout pond. Inquire of F. E. Danforth. Groton,
Vt 171tf
FOR SALE Shoats
Shepard.
and apples.
W. F.
195U
, ,110RSL,!' An 8-ycar-old horse, weighing
1,060 lbs. ; has a race-track record and ia an
excellent driver. For formation 'phone 206.
195U
FOR SALE A, few extra nice White Hoi
land turkeys if taken before Nov. 20. Hattie
M. Goodrich, WUliamstown, Vt, R. F. D. No.
8; Orajige County 'phone, 41B-28. 194t6
GET SETTLED
FOR WINTER
LET US HELP YOU
WANTED
WANTED Driving horse for its keeping:
will take good rare of horse. Telephone Barre
820 or call at 274 North Maia street, Barre,
after 1 .80 p. at. 19618
WANTED-Small tenement for family of
adulta. Address P. O. box 24, Bar re. Vt
197U
PUPIL NURSES wsnted at the Tauntoa
ftste Hospital Training School for Nurses.
or eantruiars. addrraa Dr. Arthur V. Goes.
upt- Tauatoa State) Hospital, Tsunten. Mas
SJt
WORK WANTED
WANTED Man and wife would like a
place to work during the wlntrr ; good refer
nrr A dorses letters ta ' O," rare ef The
tmea. ttf
NO. 1006 AH equipped ready for immedi
ate income; 19 head of stock, 2 horses, all
crops, complete set of fsrming tools, etc..
for 44,800.00; easy terms; there are 203
acres of lsnd ; 60 seres of good tillage land ;
sugar orchard ot 2.000 maples, with equip
ment for. 1,000 trees ; think of the profit
from this source! Can keep form 26 to 80
head ; large clapboarded barn and good house,
practically new; running water at house
and barn ; 1 mile to creamery, stores, etc ;
thia is a good trade. 198tf
NO. 978 DANDY RIVER FARM with lum
ber, estimated to be 600,000 feet handy to
mill; 60 acres of meadow ; fair buildings;
will cut, with a little work, 100 tons of hay,
besidea other crops : buy thia and you can
make more than 86,000.00 cutting the lumher
price only $4,600.00. 198tf
NO. 101884$ ACRES OF LAND at only
$4,000.00; 100 acres of meadow land, could
be made with a small amount of work to
keep 100 head : large amount of lumber ; fair
buildings ; located on one of the best roads
In this section, within driving distance of
Barre City markets ; must bt sold to settle
estate. lastf
A SPLENDID BUSINESS CHANCE In live
city; doing a yearly business of 86.000.00;
fine location and has been established for a
number of years. Let ua tell you more about
this. Price low. lDJtf
THESE ARE ALL BARGAINS. AND ANY
LIVE MAN CAN MAKE MONEY ON THEM.
I
THE D. A. PERRT REAL ESTATE ACENCT
BARRE. VERMONT
Rooms 1 and 8, Hewatnd-Cave Bldg.
FOR SALE Four young cows, good ones;
1 heifer, coming 2 years. Inquire 107 South
Main street, after i o'clock. J90tl
FOR SALE Mixed soft and hard wood and
4-ft Wood ; also stones hed wood. N." M. Nel
srfh. Merchant street Barre, Vt 190U
FOR SALE Registered Jersey cattle; as I
wish to change blood I offer herd bull Foxea
Beaver No. 122711, grandson of world's cham
plon Flying Fox, large, showy and gentle;
also 7 young bulla bf Foxea Beaver, ranging
from 1 to 18 months; all eligible; also offer 2
cows, 1 Ayrshire, 8 yrs. old, a good one,
freshen in Dec W. E. Davis. Montpelier, Vt.
tel. 466-11. Ib9tl8
FOR SALE Two-cylinder Buick touring
car with top and truck body; all practically
in good condition; price, if taken at once.
$76.00. P. M. Carr. Barre. Vt : tl. JM.V
or 98-W. lg4lf
REGISTERED SHROPSHIRES FOR SALE
A nice lot of rams, different ages ; Qrtre
right Herbert K el ton, Esst Montpelier. Vt
184U8
FOR SALE One hundred runs of dry slsb
wood ; has been under cover all summer ; also
about 20 tons of stock hay; will sell either
at home or delivered. Walter C. Matson, WiU
Its mi town, Vt; N. E. 'phone 881-24. 182tf
' FOR SALE 2 Ford ears, just overhauled;
price very lew. Call and see at Divcrsi Fruit
Co., 247 North Main street, Barre. 180tf
FOR SALE A black Morgan mar. 4 yrs.
old.; weighs. 1.100 lbs.: sound and clever; good
driver or worker; also 8 other good horses,
surrey, traverse sleigh, driving harnesses,
shoats and hogs. 17 1 arm ell street; 'phone
869-M. 176ltf
FOR SALE Wood and. lumber. No. 1 wood,
$2.60 cord ; . dimension lumber at reasonable
prices, ired E. Downing, tel. 611-4. I Hit
FOR SALE One large second-hand fur.
nsce; -used 4 years; steam coll and piping
nth it Address "Furnace." Times orhee.
. 16utf
STENOGRAPHER, srrih aix years' miperi.
enf-e. tWirrs fwisition In Wontprlier or Peri
crllefit refeiew.ee. Address K. M-. Times
ofhe. I9t
Auction Sale
at the
City Auction Market
SATURDAY, NOV. 6
at 2 and 7 p. m.
Hod p-in, mattrcM?i, pil
low, feathf-r 1?J, bureaus and
If in the Market for Real
Estate, Call Write or 'Phone
J. J. DASHNER
General Real Estate Agent
WO rsi-HERE IS A BIG PAYING MEAT
IH'BlNESrl All equipped with refrigerator.
csrts, sleds, ana evrrytning tnat goes to
make an an ap-to-date market; this Is the
only market hi a thriving village and therefore
ku a large patronsae ; good 8-room hnuee
and barn in eonnertiofi : pleasantly Incited on
the main stmt: buildings all electrically
lighted : a good chanc Jur the right party .
only I2.aoa.oa. lStf
NO. JM 40-ACRE FARM only $ miles
from Barre City, on main -tiighway : eery pro.
durtlve soil ; land tar well snd fr from
tones; fruit orchard; farm fcerpe 10 hesd f
stork and team ; plenty of ram sad shed-nom '
rood eovnfortahie l-rw- house ; wste at house
end barn: one-third mile ta rr..: s s
snM for someone. IVS'f
NO. r6 ITS-ACRE FARM : 78 acres of
very produrtK m hine-worked tillaae: fcaU
nre poetess and woodlsrid; small mount ff
hand mowlmr ; well fenred : ! eoesr trem.
nnsrly ail eeuttr : fruit errherd: ( tv ft
or more of "ft timber, isrre amount of hard
wend : farm krre t ewes and aisme : f herns.
I s6 and 1 $"!, Willi beerments : hare
sil": vrrr e"d tnm house; never -Tsilma
erring water stt turns, and bara : R. F. D. and
Srleiho: thia farm has 8 kna, all ta r""d
.nape : el Is Inmnrd esi the nsata mad. 1 mile
to ernnt. 8 mil, to rmimrrv : on it would
rnrwlrr ertnnrng for ems, I fsrm: this I. a
big motur-snaker and a pnwnsnt homo. 1U
FOR SALE Svxrtt delicto axtraeted hon
ey. At house. 19 rtirhardfroo street lae lb.
. Ask your grooer for Scott a honey.
laxtf
Farm and Team Harness
PLENTY OF FARM HARNESS
PLENTY OF TEAM HARNESS
PLENTY OF FARM COLLARS
PLENTY OF TEAM COLLARS
Popular Low Prices
COLTON 4 STATE STREET
MONTPELIER
5-A STABLE BLANKETS
Sires small eneegh for MS-PA. Iiereee
Sites Urge enoagh far l.tea-IV horses
9Sc, $13, $1.48, $1.73, $1.98
Sent any here by parrel post
COLTON 4 STATE STREET
MONTPELIER
TO rat Jia.r HE rRM: tl arres ma-H.n-rV.rd
:hre . rsam-w paror and
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Uirt tliu, j-iu.-ii psitlil nrtnd itfc an ; W.a.s f, of
NOW IS THE TIME
to think of an
Electric Mshting Plant
You eVm't have to wondrr that R la 1
ful. We ran show you oors ui eeration and
trll yoa the artual runnirg umi. Wo ran
point yoa ta plants Isso this that have smi
running II years. Itont make thr mwtsk
of a email, tradenaste plant at a l-nre rrsra.
but
COME AND F.E
A. W. ALLEN CO.
New England and Orang loanty Telepfcewaa
FEMALE HELP WANTED
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