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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. UAKUE, VIV SATURDAY,
NOVEMBER r 20, 1015. CHILD GETS SICK . CROSS, FEVERISH IF CONSTIPATED "California Syrup of Tigs" Can't Harm Tender Stomach or Bowels A laxative to-day saves a sale cUild to-morrow. Children simply will .u take th time from play to empty theur bowels, which heroine elogirud up with waste, liver geta altiKKish; stomach aour. Look at the tongue, mother! If coat rd, or your child In listless, cross, fever fell, lr-ath bad, restless, doesn.'t eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children 'a ailment, give a t-aspooiifui of "California Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because it is perfectly harmless, and in a fw aourg all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently mov out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough "inside cleansing" is ofttimes all that la neces sary. It should be the first treatment given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig ayrups. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-upa plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that it is made by the "California, Fig Syrup Company." Adv. GROTON Reception Given in Honor of Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Caldwell. A large number of village and towns people attended the reception given in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Caldwell Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. A. M. Heath. They were assisted in re ceiving by Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Page and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carbee were ushers. Tlie entertainment of the evening consisted of a reading by Mrs. W. R. Carbee, reci tation with piano accompaniment, Miss Emma Jones and Mrs. A. R. Taylor, solos by Miss Mary Hall, Mrs. II. . Morrison, and Mrs. E, F. Clark, piano duet by Misses Knox and Linnie Johnson. Re freshments of sandwiches, cake and cof fee were served. Dr. and Mrs. Caldwell were the recipients . of marry nice gifts, among them being an oak rocker and a nice rug. Mr. Florence Rock of Grand Isle is caring for her mother, Mrs. A. E. Clark, who is slightly, improved irom net recent, illness. C. M. Nourse of Lancaster, N. H., was in town Wednesday looking after the property of the late Mrs. S. B. Morrison, over which he has charge. Miss Winifred McLam,' teacher in the primary department of the village school, lms .returned to her school work after a week's illness. Miss Jenni Wrinkle sub stituted for Miss McLam during her ab sence. Mrs. Josephine Clark of Wells River was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Clark Tuesday. Mrs. Lewis Lund went to Burlington the first of the week to be with her daughter, Alma, at the Mary Fletcher hospital, who is reported to be very ill. Miss Carrie Whitney of Hartford has been visiting Miss Theresa Carpenter this week. Rev. R. F. Lowe, district superintend ent, who has been holding special meet ings at Westville, returned to bis home at St. Johnabury yesterday. Rolla Barnes has moved his family from the tenement of A. W Eastman to the house of F. D. Ricker. Miss Mattia Smith left Thursday aft ernoon, in company with her mother, Mrs. Theodore Smith, ff Roslindala, Mass., for an extended visit. Miss Hattie White of Topsham is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Eastman. Mrs. J. A. McAllister of South Ryegate has been passing a week with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Welch. Arthur Hutchins is st the Mary Fletch er hospital, Burlington, for treatment. WATERBUR At the Methodist church to-morrow the pastor, Rev. Verne L. Smith, will have a sermon appropriate ' to the Thankfgivlng season. At the Congrega tional cnurch the pastor, Rev. William L. Uoicourt, will have for the subject of his sermon "National Preparedness,", as. es pecially appropriate to Tahnksgiving. At St. Andrew's church service will be as usual. At St. Andrew's hall Monday evening there will be an entertainment of interet to everyone. The Hon. Wil liam P. Dillingham is to make the ad dress. The musical numbers will con sist of a violin solo by Mist Lillian Mag ner of Burlington, who is always wel comed heartily by a Waterlirr audience, piano selection by Miss Mnr-a. of the ems rityj alw readings by IVr. K. J. M.hille of St. Albsns and Miss Ten-ice Foss of this town, rrv-al aofoa by Miss Susie Manning and M. L Thibstult and the kitjh school glee club will also assist ia the program. Ma Margaret Tea Prnerk. b Has been the guest 1"T a week of Miaa Lena AtHerton. has returned fcs her borne is rVrhrtierUrle. X. T. Mja. C. E. Gifford la tint as well and ber dstigV ter has eome frm SaVm, V. H. Peter Puricelli. W. 11. Ward and E. C. OitW of Parr ksre Joined tle others t th Home of Warren Hnwland. IVmg Is Ilf-biS) of Barre. who ha be staying there la one of the fortunate bntitera. Fred iHmkatoe of flnfl'nptn has ale rer-wtefl t f.we Ward Hld. 1 v.r ymtng son of Mr. and Mrs. Wei lace t.reetrr has tar-a r.a iti.d 4ha fial lar .wt. after bis petrnal fraad-fsti-r. Vr. IVntiia fVivtiiif, bas b ?'! rff row f rtbl. II. A. GOULDS PIANO PIUCES e rW ewese Se el. sevt ewe. Tm fl e s e iwnau as ee r, ae week mm we, TTt t11 6 W St. The ewe. w twstewemsj n m ! w esr fl.eas. TW m- ee'.d wwr ewV rS.'eieeS eW- TVee m m i w n1i mrntt TWat S i ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS' OF INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT SECTIONS O. F. Howard has trapped 16 foxes In Ludlow thia fall. When F. II. Warren of Berlin slipped on the steps of his house ha fell 15 feet down a bank, Buffering two fractured ribs, an injury to hia spine, - and cuts on bin head. Althminh the fern nicking aeason in Jamaica whs poor this year, Mrs. A. B. Stark bought J ,341,178 terns ana i,zuj pounds of evergreen, which she shipped to companies out of the state. The Rutland Railway Light & Power company has offered prizes to the mer chants of that city who have the best window displays during "electrical pros perity week," which opens November 20. Mrs. Orville B-ushey, a Hardwiek wom an, shot a 150-pound buck Monday. Mrs. E. R. Lynch of Brattleboro is another successful woman hunter. While with her husband in Grafton she killed a hand some buck with a light rirle at a dis tance of about 10 rods. Mrs. Clara J. Grover of East Clarendon shot a 200 pound doe. .The establishment of a trout rearing station is being considered for Vernon. Options have been secured on Cold lrook in that town ajid it is the present inten tion of State Fiah and Game Commis sioner Titcomb to put in between 30 and 40 tanks, sufficient to raise something like 100,0(10 trout from the fry to the flngerling stage. . The establishment of this plant is part of a project to build rearing stations in various parts of the state: so that trout hatched at the main plant in Roxbury may be reared to the tingerling stage before they are put into the streams. In The Outlook of November 10 was mentioned an old "clock-maker of New England," named Lemuel Curtis, whose clocks are sought for by collectors of antiques to this day. Mr, Curtis lived in Burlington in the early part of the last century for 20 or 30 years, and with his partner, Mr. Dunning, made clocks that were widely known for their ex cellence. Several of the Curtis Dun ninx clocks are, now to be found in the older residences in Burlington doing good service after 80 or 100 years. Mr. Curtis removed to New York City about 1845. The Outlook calls them "banjo clocks," probably from a fancied resemblance in the shape of the case to that musical in strument. WOODBURY B. H. Daniels and B. W. Wheeler were business visitors in Montpelier Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burnham were callers in town Sunday. Fred Clapp of Marshfield visited his mother, Mrs. Nancy Clapp, the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holt of Barre visited the letter's mother, Mrs. Anna Carr. over the week end. Mrs. Jennie Hammell is spending a few days in Cabot, a guest of Mr. and Mrs Pavson Walbridire. Mrs. Harry Gallup and daughter of Barre arrived in town Wednesday for a wwk's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eber Bashaw. Mrs. Lilla Tashco left Tuesday for a week's stay with relatives In South Roy al ton. William Brown of Groton ia visiting her son, Will Brown, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Lumsden and soa of Greensboro visited Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Crawford Sunday. Mildreta Miles was at W. A. Ross Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ethel IliffffS of Adamant is spend ing a few days with bar aunt, Mrs. Ed. Hay craft. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tbomss wer In Burlington Thursday. v Gayland Hatch and family were In this place Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. "Louis Punnell and son visited in Hardwirk Sunday. Mrs. C. 1L Dana left Tuesday for a few days' stay in Montpelier with her husband, Judge lna. Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Thomss and fsmily and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas were in Cabot one day recently. Ely Smith anil mother, vtsitel the tatter's sister, Mrs. Ed. JCye, the last of, the week. tbe sum f K HirM'na.i' i-'i' " ens ery esee of rtsrr tdst rsnent ee ewed ky tbe mm Hills atsrrh are. rM t. rniMT. fwem n hfrr aw 4 rkwHVl ta m.M. tne) ata oey f . - eel. A. w. r.ixssnx. Itetery CeMte. Here Csterrk Caee ts tskee terellr an e 4ireetl ai-e, ke e4 . e-.r- f.t mt tbe evjsiesa. t-"Wii. trmm T. t. (TUMI CO, TetreVs O. IMd f ell Praeta. TV. Tate Hall's fessliy fllle f eeexftljaitWev Special Saturday Only - AT- ROMANO'S STORE rtney Dairy nutter, lb. 3 larg caa Tomatoec fer. . .2ie 3 cans Sweet CotTi for 2le 3 tana; Ijirly Jsne Peas for. 2lf 3 eanJ CimprKir for. .2S nemeraber tht the are I tnnry jftd. its f otitn. City ft Tnle.. Lecse Ceonty. ee. Irsnk J. I aBy eeik kt be ts M rsrtnf tbe ef . !t, Wilom ta tke City i t Toledo. Iwntiir a .a a.... .f,M.ul that sale ftm l'l IT Alo SmrVed Ham at, TS l?e , Tofk Roat, lb ...Ke Wftlffi Frek Errs in7-..2 rnfy Creiini ( Jb 2 ' VCt' IV FT CALL AT ROMANO'S STORE AMI fEE i on 101 iiixr TWO BRITISH GUN BOATS SUNK IN MEDITERRANEAN German Submarine Destroyed Them Off Egyptian Coast, Berlin Says. Berlin, via London, Nov. 20. Two British gunboats lisve been sunk in the Mediterranean, off the Egyptian coast by a German submarine. Ollicial announce ment to this effect was made by the ad miralty yesterday. A British auxiliary cruiser also was put out of action. The statement fol lows i "A submarine on November fl, in Sol ium harbor, destroyed by gunHre two Anglo-Egyptian gunboats, the Prince Ab bas and the Abdul Menem, each of which was armed with two guns. The same submurine silenced with its tire an armed British merchant steumor and captured its gun. "One of our submarines on November 5, on the north African count, sank by a torpedo the British auxiliary cruiser Para." Putting It Up To Father. After several unsuccessful attempts to draw her husband Into conversation at the restaurant the wife discovered the cause of his abstraction to be a beautiful girl dressed in black and seated at a nearby table. "An attractive widow, observed tne wife coolly. "Yes, indeed, a very attractive widow," agreed the husband enthusiastically. "Yes," sighed the wife. "I wished were one." toadies noma journal. PAIN GONE! RUB SORE, RHEUMATIC ACHING JOINTS Rub Pain Away with a Small Trial Bottle of Old "St. Jacob's . Oil" Stop "dosing" rheumatism. It's pain only; not one case in 50 re quires internal treatment. Kub sooth ing, penetrating "St. Jacob's Oil" right on the "tender spot," and by the time you say Jack Robiuson out conies the rheumatie pain and distress. "St. Ja cob's Oil" is a harmless rheumatism lin iment which never disappoints ' and doesn't burn the skin. It takes pain, soreness snd stiffness from aching joints, muscles and bones; stops sciatica, lum bago, backache and neuralgia. Limber up! Get a small trial bottle of old-time, honest "St. Jacob's Oil" from any drug -store, and in a moment you'll be free from pains, aches and stilfness. Don't suffer! Rub rheuma tism away. Adv. Auction Sale OF REAL ESTATE and Personal Property On account of poor health and as 1 must have change in climate, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, NOV. 20 at 1 o'clock sharp in the afternoon, on the premises where I now live at 63 North street. Montpelier, Vt, 1 mile from the city hall, the following: MY HOME PLACE consisting of 12 acres of land; 8 acres in highly cultivated tillage and 4 acres of pasture. , The 8 acres have used for market gardening and no land is bet ter adapted for that purpose. One thou sand strawberry plants sre set; a young fruit orchard and t of an acre of win ter rye. A milk route has been run in connection with the vcgcteble business. The buildings are all new and mnaist of slu-k 6-room eottage, mnah-d in nir shape with porch on front; hot and eohl water, bath and eWtric lights; Ivaw-ment barn, rlcrtrie lighted and has t tie-ups; new silo built this year. This place ia elevated so as to command a fine view of the capital of the slate and surrounding fount ry. Being so tjesr good mark-ta makes this aa id-al and profitable place for clitrkea raising and market pardoning. Teraonal property consists fi 7 Extra Good Holstrln and Jersey Cows t tne to ferh-a eonn, balance early in- t-r, all voting end jmd '; I tiiee 2 rr. old bftfrr sad I minthe-ld ralf ; al t BAT HORSE, weight I " - F""d t work and dri. sound, kind and fear lee, safe for ladr to drivet a.me poul try. 12 tons of No. I bar. 20 to 24 ton of'eneilape, I I horse luttibtr f"B With m tmdr snd ra k, I 1 hrrae M. rl , harrnw, cultivator, pew work bart-e. email farm and gurii-n tools. I bae made good monry fHS tht lar and vnwild wll wit; fur the r-s"a above fpin. I TBI at lime oi aate. MAVTIlf triLLACT, Owwet. C. r. SMITH, Asclioneet. rwrawry was hewa Is I la ate he U.Se a wtsewed See f tW ewaesk lawweat ewUeas f ISr (arata Sa She eerll leeswry. saw. K. . Fire Insurance I rtprr.scr.t tcvfu twn cf the hrreft t.r.i r t Stock Ed MuIurI lire Ir.fur- for rates. ' Urn"' . ACT QUICKLY Delay Has Ueen Dangerous In liar re Do the right thing at the right time. Act quickly in time or danger. In time' of kidney danger Doan's Kidney Pills are most ef fective. Plenty of Barre evidence of their worth. C. A. Churchill, 35 .Merchant street, Barre, saya: "One box of Doan's Kidney Pills benefited me so greatly that I continued until all symptoms of kidney complaint had disappeared. On several occasions since I have taken this medicine with good results. I have often advised a trial to friends and acquaint ances whom I have heard com plaining of backache." Price fiOo, at all dealers'. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Church ill had. Foster-Mi Iburn Co., Props., Buf falo, N. Y. SOUTH RANDOLPH. Roy Spaulding, who has carried on a farm in Braintree for the past year, has come back to work for D. L. Loomis in his creamery, and report says that Mrs. Spaulding is to team ttie acliooi jirre tins winter. Several from this place are out stalk ing deer, but none has reported a catch yet. Barton Camp started out the first day of the deer season and shot a fox that day as the only game. Next day he shot gray squirrel. The third day he thought his only game would bo a chip munk, so he stayed at home. Miss Etta Clouah has gone to her home in Northfield to spend Thanksgiving with her parents. Selden powers lias bt.cn visiting friends here the past week. Brattle bt, and Hrattle Mq.. Boateai Midway from North and South Sta tion. Convenient to justness. Shop pins; and Theaim Dlstrl.'te. Between Adams Square and 8ully Square Huoway Htailona and Trolleys. ffflO Html, 91 a Iay and I'ptvards Hraelal Ilj-sakfust . . ..SSe4 to ROe Kpeclal Luncheon Every Day. 5 Or Our l-.'ourse Table d'liote $1.00 Dinner la unequalled anywhere. Music & Soloists et5SKT Too will find avery modern conveni ence and proper attentloa at the Oulnry House. Tanlcab ervl-e. THE JAIAKK!K AKIEN Bnaion'a Most Novel and picturesque limine- Kooma, Where Planked Stesk or Chlrken la f 1 CA Served for Two Persona for Cemfert Wltheut Estrava(aiMe"Ksf STOP AT REVEREHOUSE BOSTON Rot and rold water, knt distance tele phoi In every room. Eujhty rooms with bath. CuMine and service anueeiied, ll.SS per day and apwarda VALUABLE RESIDENCE As I expect to lesve the city on or about February 1, the residence at No. 31 Hill street, now occupied by me, is offered for sale. In many particulars this is one of the best homes in the city; 9 rooms, finished in ah,bin-h, maple and white enamel; fire place; a nice heating system Ideal steam heating plant, mad. by the American Kadistor company, with automatic draft arrangement. The cel lar ia nicely cemented, and the founda tion is as good as ran he made. Torch on front and side and sleeping porch on side. The general condition is tery good. Garage. I will be pleased to show the property to Interested parties. Trice u(Hn appli cation. Appointments usy be made either with me or through the 11. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. Rev. G. H. Holt. Auction Sale at the City Auction Market SATURDAY, NOV. 20,1915 at 2 and 7 p. m. LARGE IX)T OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE Two couches, bureaus, dress ers, iron bed. National fprinps mattresnca, feather UkK quilts, Fpread. pillows, taMc, ftand. charts, rockem, 1 upholstered chair, carpets, rjps, 2 child's inn cribs. 1 dn-phead Sinper machine, 1 Wheeler & Wilson machine that dn? fine work. 1 piano, 1 ortran, 2 f.ne parlor lamps, 2 Gienwood heaters, 3 Round Oak heaters, 2 small heat ers, 1 box tove. larre trunk. lt of pictures, mirrors, tlixk. cutlery, matches and watch chains, razors, strops, umbrt". lot of rrments, 2 men's fur co&t. snrril fr rr"r,d-hsr.! overrrusts, t er 2 horwa mar be mAi Satorelar Anemocan. at (it AtKtkm Market. 0; H, HALE, ! JEWELRY OSW TtC Si a f,,ars f Jre-aL'7, r?rs ta rj ! sr n t4 tnf. wm .a r-.a k -j j. . , O. i. iKJm.E. TU Jrt Wr I . IN BOSTON f7, fl ! v I e to m J COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE OFMARCIA SMOKY The undersigned, having been appointed by tlx honureble probate court for the district of Washington. COMMISSIONERS, to receive, exnmlne, and adjust the claims and demands of all person againat th estate of Mania a.n ory, lute ot tin city of Harm, In sijld dltrlct, dn-oMMi, and all claim exhibited in offt thereto, hereby iva notice tht we will meet for the purpoee aformuid at the stone of the Tilden Shoe Co. in the eity of Usrre. in said dUtrkt, on tle 10th day ol December and 10HJ day of May next, from o'clock a. m. untl S oclock p. m., on each of aald days, and that six montha from the lHlh day ot Novem ber, A. I). 1915. ai the time limited by said court for said creditors to prenent their claims to ua for examination and allowance. Dated at Mnrra, this lth day of Novem ber, A. D. 1V1B. GEO. L. MORRIS. ARTHUR C. T1LDEN, Commiuloners. Nov20-27D4 ESTATE OP JOHN B. BIANCHI State of Vermont, District of Wsahlnaton, as. The Honorable Probata Ceurt for the District Aforesaid) , , ' . To all peraons Interested in the aataU of John B. Bianchi, late of Buffalo, state of New York, deceaaed, GREETING I WHEREAS, said court has aasianed the 10th day of December next for examining and allowing- the account of the administrator, with the will annexed, of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawul claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to ail per sons interested In said estate by publishing this order three week successively previous to the day aligned, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at Barre, City. Vermont. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ap pear at the probate office In Montpeller, in said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you tee cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. , , . Given under my hand, this 18th day of No vebmer, 1916. . ' FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Novl9-26Dec8 BUSINESS CARDS Landi School of Music Pupils Taken for Violin. Piano, Harmonr and Counterpoint Orchestra for AU Occasions Office Hours t 9 to 12 a ro., 1 to 5 p. m.. Monday, 1 to 7 p. m. Phone 871-J 2d Floor Front, Miles Brick Blk. VIOLIN STUDIO MRS. EDWIN W. BRUCE Teacher of Violin snd Mandolin Studio. IS Nelseu St. 'Fhena 1S-H CARROLL'S ORCHESTRA JOIIN F. CARROLL. Leader MUSIC FOR ALL OCCA BION3 LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC A. C CARROLL, Baslnes Manager Tdepheaa 41t Barre, Verssent II. A. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS Established it eara. One low price ta all, based upot tbe most economical business methods. - : lfs a trustworthy plaee to buy Pianos, (t Spaulding SL, Barre, Vt. 'Phone 4-1 K. II. GALE Practical Pianoforte Tuning, Regulating and Repairing Graduate of Faust School of Tuning Experience in Chickering A Sons' Factory 48 Wellington 8k. Barre. Vt. Phoae (2$ DR. M. D. LAMB will give treatment for lung troubles, enrU ela. rheumstism and female diseases with the electric vibrater and will attend calk) outside ui office hours. OFFICE HOURS i Untl t a. as. ; 12 :80 to 2:80 and 4 00 to S :00 p. a. Pheae TS Real dear aad OS re, 2T Summer St. DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEIf OFFICE HOURS t 8 to 4 a. aa. Tuesday. Thursday, aad Satur day ; ales by appointaaeat. It aad 1$ ftlanchard Bauding Telephone IS DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Otlr la Reess 81. Miles Rending Telrpfcea Ceaaactslea Offlre Honrs: a. as. ta 1 m. and I rfl 4 p. sl. Moadjs. Twasdar. Thursday aa rnoa II. S. CARVER, M. D. SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BK CIVEN TO ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICAL AND X-RAY TREATMENT Hearst 18 a. ss l I Ss $ aad T to S a. av Then 8SS-W sUea 14. Aldrtca Blew. M.J.WIHTCOMR LICENSED EMBALMER Cells aaewered arematr day ee algfcs Aa e- aste Asseelaac la eeaasiU EAST KARRE. VT Tleeaaas 111 WlLilAMalUMN. T-f slietias SSI-I MERCHANT TAILORING a t-ao rt mfi. mrsw sw Akil U.F AlJtLSid JIOORE & OWENS tit fterf Mela fttreet Barra. V LOST AND FOUND IjOT Tair eree-turli. tit r rxkr li cetera wmrint Is to Turn K sv ttlta " " . , i Harre and f..m. , 1tiT Trwl.) a '- s-earr w tte a veil to. ne, will rnder mara ta Mrs. A. Beeimaj, Owea Jietl WANTED m A 'T1 r TO I I vt A fa-wi w-rth eWk ad a av. ai! r-l " Inquire by e"t arm,' eaire Ytmm emVa. '" tS AS7tl-A few baaim 1, mmm Sfd S4 aa fr a a ; rr- iM ta.e rand rst-M . .a". W im-rmm R.M-r-ar 1 1, ii ss atran : wtm S'-. test t-ci ry.; $rrtm -1 -. la-w af aa-vww aa mm ar. - i w.e a, - i K V MJ s.sl s, rwi-?. .t a-r-w aw t-' t .ua ' a"'. r- s -r to ts K I AVTTD '. ? ar ertog r.4 I ... Ama-mm ' f - ra-e 1 axe rW KO r i SWL-i i -4ird I-- ' ar aa : I -j...-- . . . . : ftrtri : a-ef framed I ' ' " . ' " . . , 1 t-rra una I- S fcwr Sr. m-fr I - 1 hi a is s aaese Aiasr-au. laaswem. ssa-a i t m-mr a ! - " aeaS ; a aT eaar I , - : -to- Srar-a. 1 j litlXAliLS V ( , tMa- A, lrm far a erawr,-ti. FOUR LINES FOR 25c tlsemenU-at the rate of lour lin for t"""1 nva eeiita for the llrst insertion and Ova nts for aacl, subsequent Insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FARM FOR SALK--90 acres 1 splendid for all kinds of poultry, also grand ahanee for trout pond. Iniulrs of F. B. Danforth. Groton. 140 Acres, Stack, Tools, Crops . U 800 Take All Mull del. telephone In house : 6 acres pas ture. 85 acres in cultivation ; 1,000 cd. hard wood and 25,000 ft timber, suiiar bush of 1.000 trees I 75 apple trees ; 10-room lou" good condition, Inside and out; barn 0x40 with cellar, la rue silo, tleup 26 head, aoofl condition, runnina sprina water to both house snd barn s hurse barn, suirar house, other out buildlnsa s owner has other business and if he can sell before winter he will throw in 8 cows, 8 shoaU, 7 hens, () bu. potatoes, 5 cd. dry wood, about 12 tons hsy, tons straw, mowina machine, horse rake, harnesses, sled, wawons. tools, suaarina outfit, horsepower and sawriir. everything for only 11,800, half cash. F. O. Hillings, agent E. A. Strout Farm Aawiey. Sharon, Vt. FARMS 214 acres. 8 miles from village, 11 miles from Mwitpelier; good 8-roum house, new horse barn 50 acres grass and tillage, balance pasture and woodland! 1500 worth of spruce san be cut thia winter; price only I8.C0 per acre, 8600 cash, balance very easy. 20StU 20 scree. ( wiles from Montpelier, 8 miles from depot and village on good road! barns cost 8.000s good old-fasbioned house, fine sugar works, lots of wood and some timber to sell ! near aood market ; wiU keep 20 to 25 cows and team, and with a silo will keep 30 : price, including crops, team, sugar imple ments and farming tools, $4,600, $1,600 cash, balance very easy ; a good herd of cows can go with the farm if desired, on the install ment plan. For full particulars of theae and other good farm bargains, address 203U2 RETNOLDS REAL ESTATE, Burlington, Vt. SPLENDID FARM About 46 acres, fine set of buildings, lots of hay in barns; good silo ftlled with ensilage: including 10 cows and all farming tools, only 9 miles from Mont pelier on level main state road ; an exception al Darvaia ; about $700 down will" get this property If taken quickly. Inquire of Ver mont Real Estate Ins. Co. 07t6 HOUSE FOR SALE in NorthReld. 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, I Beekmaa street, N. Y. City. 1.8t50 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Stock, Tools and Machinery Included 14 cows, span of matched black horses worth $400 ; i heifers, 1 calves. 12 bogs, 20 hens, bull, colt, and all crops, machinery and tools included with this splendid 240-acre farm; land is In a high state of cultivation: 1,000 cords of hard wood, quantity of growing pine lumber; running water to house and bara; 11 room bouse, basement barn 40x70, silo; thia Is a moneymaker ; price, $6,600, part cash, easy terms. Caledonia Real Estate Co.. Su Johnsbury. Vt. 186tf FOR RENT House to Websterville. $6.00. lSVtf FOR KENT House, Mapla avenue. $12.00. ISvtf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE House in Barre Cityj we want farm, with stock, tools and crops. lbtftf FOR SALE Standing trees oa 40-acre woodlot off Baptist street ia Williamstown; will sell by cord or lump price, or on shares. ISOtI FOR 8ALE OR EXCHANGE 75-acre farm in Calsis ; fair buildings with running water at house and barn ; plenty of wood and tim ber ; we want small house in Barre City. Websterville or Graniteville, and would con sider good automobile er one or twe horses. ISirtf 0. PHELPS CO. Telephone 114-2 Miles Block. Barre, Vt. NEW LISTINGS ALL SPECIAL VALUES NO. 1024 PLA INFIELD FARM FOR SALE One of the good onte ; 125 acres and will carry 25 to 80 head : about 45 acres of nearly novel tillage land, free from atone and easy to carry on ; sugar orchard and hard wood to s.11 beside : large 160-ft. barn, new cement stsble. hay drawn in at top; brick house con taining 12 rooms, all In good shine, has set tube, toilet and bath: thia desirable farm is on a main traveled road, 4'i miles from Plain- field and about S miles from Itarre lity; cream team calls at door; with the farm the owner wants to sell 14 eows, bogs. nr. horsfe weighing about 2,n0, poultry, all hay and straw, about 150 bu. oats, and all farming took. Price fer all, $,600.0. Easy teams rt payment can he had. 212lf NO. 102S- Is-ACRE PLACE, about H mile from the caSllne; gnod R-mom house and bara; the land is extra good; a fine place (or farm ing on a small scale or poultry farm : price, including 1 row. I yearling heifer, calf. 12 hens, ereasa separator, art sleds, harness, wag on, t er S tons of bay and some small tools, only $2,500.00. 212tf NO. 101S $1. AftA.OS secures this money maker; balance of purchase price at Spec cent: about 12S acres, ruts fmra 40 to toas of hay: the tillage la ad is level and part never nrcd plowing ; very rood 2-etery aoaea. well painted and very pleasantly situati : gond barn and henhouse; fine fruit orrhan ; good wnodlnt with both naM and soft weed ; ia Inrated em main thormivhfere t mad always fine; prir for thai dearable farm lis J.S"1 (.0 : owned by aa aid gveitlesnaa. who has anade snnney here but who ts now unable to do the work. i - WE WANT FROfERTIF-S. TO SHOW YOl' THFSF FREE FARM CATALOGl E. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY RARRE, VERMONT Reams t aad 8, Hew laad-Cavs Rldg. If in the Market for Real Estate, Call Write or 'Phone J. J. DASHNER General Real Estate Ajjcnt KO tea HERE IS A RIG PAYING MEAT Pl'SlNESA All eoeit-red srith rf nmtief. carta, SKMa, ana ewymme ina, e w make er aa ap-i" oane enerme, . mm m tne eaiy market in a tnrmng viuae-e ana tar.. ,4 aem ta eMiawrttne : fleaaefn?y -r,M eel the mam etrw ; bnildir.ee ail eiertrVelrs hrh'-4 : a reed chance for tae right ywriy ealy IZ.0aO.ett. iM VO ;4-4A.ACRK fAPM eehr I wIUa (n, Barre Crt. a wiata hwha-ay: er r" eirt)e anil : mad wurs wI sM rrwe frvm rtnfMa : In4 eevhard : farm hvere IS head ed tnrk and team ; Metr -4 kara aad tIMiMS : r"4 rew,f ertat.le e-r.- hmmm etw at Iii.i sn4 .r, . ihyr mix to ara-ol ; a r-. f ( aowwieie. 1 fl'f rt I-f-S-Af tit. I: arras f.r'w-n 9 wiar aa-WfSed ttliawe: Wi ,sr. , -,w aad rvltTd : S siwwrt mi Itaad mtmins; mmSS I. irad . earn trera aear-y ail ril'fd : frett e-rha-d ; ft. nf m4-'X ImWr. karre t-wflt rt K. 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Inquire at 104 Couth Main street. 21 1U TO RENT Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping, or suitable for 2 gentle men ; steam heat, electric lights. Apply at IS 8pauldlng street. 210tS TENEMENT TO RENT Six rooms, at 48 South Main street) all modern improvements. Apply on tha premises. Msif FURNISHED ROOM with all modern con veniences, with or without board; In private family.. 12 Eastern avenue. ,lU6tf FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT In the Morae block. Call at room f or 15. up one flight. 206U EXTRA NICE FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Modern conveniences, 36 Keith ave. Due. 206lf ' FOR SALE FOR SA1 E Two second-hand sleighs. In quire of S. M. Sraver, Williamstown, Vt,: N. E. 'phona 803-18. , Zlltl NOTICE lust received and now on display at residence, 47 Merchant street, samples of If newest and up-to-dAte stock patterns in semi, porcelain English dinnerware ; tha low prices I can make will be pleasing feu you ; the usual expense of doing business I now saved), I will share With my customers; youir inspection so. licited ; ail orders (tiled promptly. C. N. Ken. yon. 47 Merchant street, Uarre, Vt. 210t FOR SALE Rhode Island Red rose and sin. gle comb yearling hens and choice cockerels ; the I. W. bean strain. M. J. Hamel, 10 South Main street. . 21U3 FOR SALE 1 brood mare: 1 sucking colt, sired by John Trow horse, ana 1 yearling colt, sired by Quebec Prince. . Inquire at Jones 4k Nye Livery this week. . 09t4 FOR SALE Loose hay for horses or Cows. E. Carleton, 21 Highland avenue, telephone 441-11. iO'Jlt FOR SALE Everything in the lint of new aad second-hand furniture, carpets, etc., at lowest prices ; also nearly new Olenwood cook stove and heaters. Call at 46 Maple avenue, telephone 276-1. 20M6 HERE IS A BARGAIN A nice 2 -chair bar. bering business and pool table, all nicely equipped. Write or see H. J, Potwin, South Ruyalton, Vt. 206U6 FOR SALE An up-to-date grocery bust, ness. For particulars write N. J. Potwin, South Royalton, Vt. 20OU6 FOR SALE An 8-year-old horse, weighing; 1,060 lbs. ; has a race-track record and is aa excellent driver. For information 'phona 206. 196tt FOR SALE Mixed soft and hard wood and 4-fu wood ; also stooeshed wood. N. M. Nel son. Merchant street, Barre, Vt- luuif FOR SALE Two-cylinder Bulrk touring ear with top and truck body : ail practically in good condition ; price, if taken at once, $75.00. P. AL Carr. Barre, Vt. ; tel. 454-M or 8a-W. 184U FOR SALF One hundred runs of dry slab wood ; has been under cover ail summer ; also about 20 tons of stock hay ; will sell either at home er delivered. Walter C. MaUon, Wll liamstown, Vt.; N. E. 'phone 881-24. 182t( FOR SALE A black Morgan mare, ( yra. old; weighs 1.100 lbs. ; sound snd clever; good driver or worker ; also $ other good horses, surrey, traverse sleigh, driving harnesses, hosts and hogs. 17 Harwell street; 'phona 658-M. lVStS'U FOR SALE Wood and lumber. No. 1 wood, $2.50 cord ; dimension lumber at reasonable prices. Fred E. Downing, tel. 611-4. 165it FOR SALE One nsce i used 4 years with it. Address large second-hand fur. ; steam coll and piping "Furaaee," Times ortice, 150tl FOR SALE Scott's delicto extracted hon ey. At house. 10 Richardson street, 15e la. aet. Ask your grocer for Scott's JJJ Farm and Team Harness FLENTT OF FARM HARNESS PLENTY OF TEAM HARNESS PLENTY OF FARM COLLARS PLENTY OF TEAM COLLARS . . Pepalaa Lew Prices COLTON STATE STREET; MONTPELIER 5-A STABLE BLANKETS Site small eneagh far MS-IV herae Sisrs large eaeagh for l.tSS-ta. beraes 9Sc, $1.23, $1.48, $1.73, $1.98 Sent anywhere fcy parcel past COLTON STAIS sEET MONTPELIER NEW STODDARD PATENT BARREL D.1 l H.N PARCEL' POST EGG BOXES, All Mies. NEARIY NEW TOP RtXCY SElOSD-HANI) KEPARATllR. large aise. tas earellrnt readitieat easy raanlng and akima aerfecUyi law raeh price ee aill esrhaage. COMB AND SEE A. W. Al l EN COMPANY New England and Orange leaiaty Telephones nursFLINlE.AMP Thle lamp gives ta eary eefteat brurht light: makee after-dark laber a leare twstead a a dradgery : reeto ene-half what a hereeeae lamp '-, A cheery thrtela... gift CaaM aad sea. A. W. ALLEN tOMPANY. Studebakfrs Last a Lifetime BUY THE CHILDREN A STl Dt'BAhER. JR, FOR (BRISTMAS It will last f"r your rhildnen and your grandrhtirfrea. t'OME AND hEE. A. W. 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