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THE HARRE DAILY TIMES, HARRE, VT., FRIDAY, DECjKMRER 3. 1913.
4 "I' ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OP INTEREST FROM DIFFERENT BECTIONB Mr. If. K Turner ha. giv-n Jurye TDHiuoriHi window to Oruco cliurcii, M, Jolinitbiiry, in memory of her liunband, William D. Onborn was killed at his home in llo LfOIotte oil T iiarikHglving diiy by a fall from a load of coru fod der. , Loon Weill was gone from hie home in Ilukorllald only 20 mlnyte on Tiiaiika giving forenoon, before lie had landed it 140-pound deer., llenrv King of Ent Concord has taken the contract to haul to that station from Went Lunenburg 3.ri0,000 feet of lumber and 675 corda of pulp wood for a White field, N. II., firm. A man, said to be from Northfleld, who had been for a w eelc deer 'hunting in the Elmore woods with no success, started Wednesday to return home and while on his way to Stowe sighted a doe and shot it from the stage. . , (.ood-NfinuTWns, : Good-Hoy "fiets-It" Ntw-PUn Corn Remedy That Never Fails The Simple, Common-' Sense Way. You poor corn-llmper. with eorn.wrinklea anil heart paim I Hit down to-niirht and put a few drop of "Gete-lt," th lniilet corn remedy in the world, on your corn. You can apply it In just a lew soconii, without USING LEAVES FOR COMPOST. "Geto-It Ends Corn Paine. It'i Sara and Safe, tool'' Burning- Material Raked from Leaves a Dead WaiU. i In most town and cities. , autumn bring with It the pungent odor of burn ing leaves, the smoke of which settles like a choking poll over the street and liome. The door yard cleaning duy of spring are likewise marked with the in eeiiHe of smoking vegetable matter that is being cremated along streets and al leys. Instead of smudging themselves and their neighbors, the inhabitant of our town, who own ahade trees can often make far better use of the fallen leave by composting them, ay the Col orado agricultural college.. . The high de gree of fertility usually noticed in newly cleared lands which have been oovereu with fore.U of broad leaf trees, is main ly due to the abundance of leaf mold which the soils contain. - X Ins material is especially valuable for iU effects in increasing the moisture . holding ability of light soils and of improving the tex ture of clay sous, t ionsta use leal moid, where obtainable,' for mixing with their potting soils, and it is of equal value Pains Often Mean Uric Acid Poison far Attention to Paint Moat People Have Rheumatism and Don't' Know It Ouch! Does it hurt to move your arms, legs, bend your back or stretch your mus cles? lie careful and take heed in time, Ivheumatiam is stealing on you and may cripple you if you uon t stop urio anid from settling in your veins and muscles. K lien ma, a great specialist s prescrip tion, chase this poison out of tho system and gives relief from all form of rheu matism., It acts through the seat of the trouble, the kidneys, stops the .formation of urie acid, then, drives out through the bowels that which is in the blood. Genuine Rheuma (see that you get the trade-marked package is sold by the lied Cross Pharmacy and all druggists for 60 cents. Money back if not satis fied. Adv. It is expected the state home for feeble minded children in lirandon will i e . i 1. . .1 4- t hi oe reauy jur uuuujmni'v mc mni, ui 'pn Qfr ..-ml ei.n in.iim c ,iia war.., mo ii ru. ' ing nearly completed. About 20, children in all are expected to be transferred there from other institutions of the state. make corns swell, banrtaire that make It misery to walk, tape that sticks, ereaay oint ment, and other contraption, uet rid or corns the tur way, quick, simple, lure, new way. That's common sente. Try "Gets-It's also for wart and bunions. "Geta-It" can't hurt the corn loosens, and comes right off Geu-It" Is ' kold at all drumrists, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence A Co., Chicago. Flewella, eight-year-old daughter, of Sir. and Mrs. Walter Richardson of Albany died Saturday from a gunwound. A gun, which was suspended over a chamber door came down in some un explainable way and was discharged, the bullet passing through the little girl's shoulder and into one lung. She lived only a short time. In the death of Mrs. ' Curtis Dickin son at her home in East Barnet, on Thanksgiving 'day the Congregational church at Baniet lost its oldest member, in length of membership, she having united with it 48 years ago. For 18 years Mrs. Dickinson was the East Bar net correspondent for the St. Johnsbury Caledonian. . Mrs, White had been an invalid for a long time, but bore her Buffering pa tiently and cheerfully. She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Miss Helen t. White, teacher at the Adams school. The musical talent of Miss Myrtie Wallace of Cambridge, a composer of some note, has been recognized by Gui seppe Creatore, leader and director of the t'reatore band of 50 Italians, which has been touring the United States for the past two years. Miss Wallace has re ceived word that the band director will try out several of her compositions at the renearsais in ftew lorK aunng ,jan uary and if satisfactory they will be used on the year s tours. - ; , Because he was unsuccessful in dis posing of his goods, George E. Gillette, a traveling salesman, attempted suicide at the Avenue house in St. Johnsbury last Sunday. .Mr. Gillette, who is only 23 year old in a fit of despondency took a large dose of morphine and theu several tablets of cocaine. The overdose is what saved hi life. His father came for him from Minneapolis, when notified of hi act. fuse n, tmiiblei What'a tVi tu4 annlvin alvea that make toee raw and sore, that 1 ill the flower bed, the vegctabio garden, and the field. Leaf mold docs not readily form with out a little cure being given to the mat ter. The leave may be stored in a large bin in some hady or secluded cor ner of the yard, or even in a pit dug in the earth. I hey nhould be packed in tightly and kept moist by an occasional wetting with the hose, or if in a pit, from the irrigating ditchor they may be spaded or plowed directly into , the garden. Leaves also form a fair substi tute for straw in bedding the horse and will add to the value of the manure for fertilizing purposes.- In case none of these use can be made of the fallen leave of trees, some local market gardener or farmer who knows their value may be given the priv ilege of hauling them away to use on his field or in the compost heap. The older nations of the world have learned to utilize every bit of waste vegetable matter in some such way and, although intensive agriculture is perhaps not yet so imperative in this country, this utili zation of dead leaves is in line with the growing sentiment for the conservation of sou fertility, ESTATE OF OSMAN B. B0YCE VALUABLE RESIDENCE A I expect to leave tho city on or about February 1. tho residence at No. 51 Hill alfVet, now occupied by mo, is offered for ale. In many particular this Is one of tho best homes in tho city 0 rooms, finished in ash, birch, maple and white enamel) Are place; a nice heating system Ideal steam heating plant, made by tho American Radiator company, with automatic draft arrangement. The cel lar is nicely cemented, and the founda tion i a good as can be made. Porch on front and side and sleeping porch on side. The general condition is very good. Garage. , . ' I will be pleased to show the property to interested parties. Trice upon appli cation. . Appointments may.be made enner witn me or throuan tne v. a Perry Real Estate Agency. Rev. G. II. Holt. FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Times will publish WonU, Lost end Found, lor Sale. To Let, . short adver tisement at the rate of our line for twenty, live cent for the llrat lnertlon and five cent for eacl. suLueijuent insertion. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE LAST CALL UKKOHE SNOW KL1E3 to buy a fine home at s reasonable flirure and reasonable tarnm il'a the Merref houae on the Montpeller road, and there Isn't a bel.r duiii or more finely equippea mue m vicinity; write or 'phone us, 14II-M. at once. The M. A. Hoadlcy Realty Co., Montpelier, Vt. 1117112 TO RENT TO Kf.'NTHaille home, by the day or hour. Willa Marsh, telephone 140. filii TO WONT Store with fixture! corner of North Main and Murrhant si reels; storeroom or garage next to New Fark theatre; id storiea, Sfflx63 electric light (team heut. Apply to Charli Kunlconi, Harre, Vt. 2i!2tf SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT-At IT AH. dhwm place. Imiuire of K. M. White, 27 )v land avenue, 'phone 817-2, Barre. 221tf BUSINESS CARDS Landi School of Music Pupil. Taken - for Violin. Piano, Harmony and Connterpoint Orchutra for Alt Occasion Office Hour! 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 6 p. m Monday. 1 to 7 p. m. DEATH PARTLY DUE TO FALL. Mrs. J. D. White, 72, Died in Burlington Yesterday. Burlington, Dee. 3. Mrs. J. D. White died yetterday at her home at 54 Loomio fitreet, after a suort illness of grip with complications. Death was doubtless has tened by injuries sustained in a fall down stairs last April in which she broke her breast bone. She was recovering nicely, however, until stricken Wednes day. .. The funeral will be held on Saturday or Sunday, dependent iion the arrivul irom Denver, t or., of Mrs. White sister. Mr. White's maiden name was Jane K. Pepper, and sl.e was born "2 years ago in Washington, this state. Mr. and Mrs. White have resided here 28 years. The Wilmington Explosion. There is no proof that the catastrophe at the Dupont powder works at Wilming ton was duo to German agency. An ex plosion of powder on a large scale sel dom leaves any evidence as to its cause. If the event shall ever be traced to a group of conspirators it must be by tlie exposure of the conspiracy itself through detective skill or -through betrayal by an informer. Aa matters stand, no one can say that the explosion was not " accidental. Accident are prone to happen in places where great quantities of explosives are handled. The fact that in the present case more lives than usual were lost in no way touches the origin of the mishap, or, if it does, it favors slightly the the ory oi accident. jaiurauy ine more people engaged in highly dangerou work the greater the risk from carelessness, awkwardness or mere ill luck. - Of course suspicion of Teutonic ac tivity cannot be eliminated. The posters warning Germans not Americans, it will Stat of Vermont, Diitrict of Washington. . The Honorable Probata Court ior the Dis trict Aforesaid I To all person Interested in th estate of Osman is. Boyce, late of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased, UKEKTING ! WHCRRAS 111 xnlirt ha. inl.nl h 18th day of December next for examining and al- 'Phone 871-J 2d Floor Front, Mile Bilck Blk. lowim the account of the administrator de bo. nis non of th estate of said deceased and for , VTfiT TVT CTTTTiTA a decree of the residue of ald estate to the IWIjIil OI U LJlVJ lawful claimant of the same, and ordered I MRS. EDWIN W. BRUCE cnai puoiu ou, inereor p. pven to a.i Teacher of Violin and Mandolin (hi order three week uceessively previous Stodio, II Nelson St. 'Phone I0S-M 4n.tha rinv aa.firned. in the Hun-. TaI1v Tiitim ' i j . . v.. ti ' n a T-rrf-k-r w nTtrn m A in said district. THEREIX3RE, you are hereby, notified to appear 'at the probate office In Montpelier, in said district, on the day aaaiarned. then and there to contest the allowance of said account lr you ee cause, and to establish your right a heir, legatee and lawful claim ants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 24tb day -of November. 14)15. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. NovZ6Uecg..ia JOHN V. CARROLL, Leader MCSIC FOR ALL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC A. C. CARROLL, Bnalnes Manat er Telephone 41 Ban. Veraaent ESTATE OF JOHN B. BIANCHI Italy's Pressure on. Austria. It is not impossible that Austria, as is reported from Rome, is seeking " a separate peace with Italy, Till now Italy' part in the general war haa not been serious. The greater part of ila efforts have been devoted to contending with natural obstacles, and it is doubt ful whether more than 250,000 Austrians have been kept occupied by pcrliaps three times a many Italian. Hut gradually Italy is breaking through the crust. The late minor success of the Austrians about be observed to leave the works in an-1 Gorizia, which haa been hard pressed, are ticipation of just such a disaster set up aeenbed to reinforcements, and Aus- a strone- nresumDtion of nremeHitated tna haa not many reinforcement to State of Vermont, District of Washington, . 1 he Honorable Probate Court for the District Aforesaid : To all persons Interested in the aetata of John B. Bianchl, late of Buffalo, state of New York, deceased, GREETING i WHEREAS, said court ha assigned th 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 claimant of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all per son interested in said estate by publishing thi order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in th Barre Daily Times, a newspaper puhlished at Barre, City. Vermont, THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ap pear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, then and there to eontmt the allowance of said account if yon see cause, and to establish your ria-ht as heir, legatee and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 18th day of No- veomer, iv. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judire. Novl-26DeeS II. A. GOULD'S PIA NT0 ROOMS Established 25 year One lev Vrice to all, based upon the most economical Suflnes meth od It' a trustworthy place to buy Piano. s Hpaulding SU, Barre. yt- rWM -i . K. H. GALE Practical Pianoforte Tuning, Regulating and Repairing Graduate of Faust School of Tuning Experience in Chicltering Sons' Factory 48 Wellington 8U Barre, Vt. 'Phone 2t HOUSE FOR BALE in Northfleld. Vt 2 tenement lm-atail ,nr Vln and Pearl streets. 1 minute from P. O. and R. R. tation! fin condition, rented) good garden. wrti n. Kidder. 6 Beta man street. N. Y. City. 1.3160 . Special Values in REAL ESTATE For the First 10 Days in December NO. 287 FINE PROPOSITION FOR A DOCTOR: Located in one of the nice, clean towns of Vermont: right on the main street; copper mines, saw-mill and bobbin-mill in the vicinity ; good farming country ; house of 10 room, almost all hardwood floors ; bath and running spring water furnace heat! weighted window and blinds; cement cellar; aewer connection; bay window; 2 piazzas ; all nicely equipped for practice of meidcine; large barn and garage; 2 acres of land; shade and fruit trees; all in good condition; price, 1,800. 221tf NO. 2R A GOOD HOME AND A GOOD INVESTMENT; 109-acre farm ; 60 acre very productive, machine-worked tillage, balance pasture and woodland: no hand mowing, free from stone : small augar orchard ; good fruit orchard ; aome soft and some hard wood ; farm keep 15 head of stock ; plenty of barn and shed room ; basement under barn ; ilo ; very good 12-room house; water at house and barn ; this farm i located in East Montpelier, only iVi mile from railroad station and 0 rods to school; owner would exchange for small place; with this farm you get 2a high-grade Jersey cows, 10 or them registered, 6 calve, l regis tered bull, 4 horn, 11 hog kind, 40 hens, and all the crop and tools, including an electric- tight plant and a shop, au equipped. zziu For particulars, inquire of J. J. DASHNER Real Estal Agent, Barre. Vt. ' Room 8. . 10, Howland Bldg Telephone' Con. TO RENT Small iHimnl at lid North Mnln treet. Call at premises at 4 p. m. or telephone 8UM6. flBtf TO KENT Tenement of 6 room near Ennlie's Greenhouse, Montpelier road; few minutes' walk from Jones Bros.' B. B. Jack, on, 'phone 404-111. 21716 TO RENT Room by the day or week.. Call at 80 Averill treet. 217tf TO RENT Furnished or unfurnished front room at 4 Laurel treet. " , -21716 BOARD AND ROOM Transient accommo dated. Apply at 26 West treet. 219t6 TO RENT 8-room tenement on Main etreet ; good for barber hop or shoe store! electric liirht, city water, cloaet and cellar. N. E. Phone J78-12, J. N. McLellan. ' ... 215tf BARN TO RENT Also eood taement stall: could be used for storeroom. Mm. C. George. 10 Averill street. 216tf TENEMENT TO RENT 7 rooms, also barn room; rent, te.OO. Apply to William Grelg Waterton, route 8, South Barre, Vt '2Utl2t6 FURNISHED ROOM with all modern con- venience. with or without board: in private family. 12 Eastern avenue. l6t FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE Includ ing Glenwood range with hot-water front, and Scotch carpet. Inquire of Tarra. 88 Warren street, Barre, Vt 221t3 HORSES I HORSES 1 Still a number of horses, from VOO lbs. to 1,600 lb., for sal or trade at H. C. Leonard's, Barre, Vt 222t6 FOR SALE EXTRA NICE FARM, fully equipped with machinery and tools, only 1-8 mile to town and 2 miles to railroad; or will exchange for renting property. 221tf DR. G. L. T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECTJXIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS! I to 4 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday, and 8a tor day; also by appointment Ii and li Blanchard Balldlng Telephens tt erime. I he coincidence of an explosion in the Ridgeway plant and-the list of seven previous occurrenres of the like kind are very suggestive in view of the law of probability. The business looks queer. . Hut in the absence of proof it will be wise not to get excited and waste ob jurgations on the air. ' The lenson of the terrible tragedy is to redouble pre cautions of all sort, both in carrying on the operations of dangerous plants and in watching for the approach of ill disposed persons. Xew York Evening Mm. A Family Coat of Arms may add to a man a character, but life insurance policy speaks volumes as to his financial worth. Action now, and with us, is advised. Xational Life Ins. Co., t f Vt. (Mutual.) S. ,S. Ballard, general agent, Hialto building, Montpelier, Vt. spare. In the spring Italy will be able to advance under more favorable condi tions, and the Austrian army must be doubled or more. Italy a acale of war fare is moderate, and it can supply, fresh men indefinitely, which is not the case with Austria, warring on two fronts. j For all these reaaons it may be that Aus tria would be willing now to yield what Germany advised her to yield last spring. Hut the trouble ia that neither Austria nor Germany wants to yield Trieste, which is the chief Teuton outlet of the Mediterranean. And with Trieste almost in eight can Italy be expected to re linquish hope of possessing it? Spring field Republican. Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXATIVE 1IROMO yUlXIXK.. Look for signature of E. W. liROVK. Cures a Odd in One Day. 25c. Adv. Executor's Sale ! To close the estate of Albert W. Jones, I offer for sale his home place, house and y acre of land, near the Barre White Granite Co quarry, and near P. 0. Wheaton's. A fine opportunity to secure a home at a reasonable price.. II. WILLIAM SCOTT, Executor. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OBr In Ream tt. Miles Balldlng Tlphn Csnnecttlea , OfAe Hmirat i a. m. to 12 m. and 1:29 to 4 p. nv. Monday, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday II. S. CARVER, M. D. I SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVE TO V ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICAL AND X-RAT TREATMENT Hour: t t 11 a. avi 1 UI and T ta a p. as. Phn ICI-W Reo 14, Aldrich Bid. M.J.WHITCOMB LICENSED EMBALMER Call anaweTMl premptly day er nlrM An p-l-dai Aaakulaac In reanerUaa EAST BARRE. VT. Telephone WILLIAMalOWN. VT. Televkea lll-l FOR SALE S.600-ACRE TIMBER LOT, only a few mile from railroad : down-hill haul : well timbered ; fine property ; part cash, balance term; several smaller lot at very reasonable prices: also 2 extra food b twines proposi tion. . 221tf Caledonia Real Estate Co., Bt. Johnsbnry. Vt. FOR SALE One pair work horse, weigh 2,600 lb. ; sound; will work anywhere; will sell cheap If taken at onc. Lee A. French, Wil liamstown, Vt. s People's 'phone. 222t8 FOR SALE I have Just received a lot of German canaries ; (rood singer and handsome plumage; come and hear them sing; I also have handsome female. Mrs. George E. C. Wbeaton. 12 Kinney atraet ; ' tel. 179-2. 220tf FOR SALE Registered Berkshire boar, 4 to t month old. John P. Davis, Chelsea, Vt 220tl2 FOR SALE Household furniture in excel lent condition ; must be sold at once. Call evenings at 98 Washington street (upstair) ; 'phone 441-18 or S45-W. 219tf FOR SALE One pair Percheron colts, i yrs. old, weight 2.70(1 lb.; aired by Belville horse; 16 hand high, sound and kind. S.-C. Collin, Orange, Vt, 21et6 FOR RENT House la Wetaterville. $6.00. 189tf FOR RENT House, Maple avenue. 112.00. 189tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE House in Barre City; w want farm, with stock, tools and crop. l9tf FOR SALE Standing tree on 40-aer woodlot off Raptist street in Willianwtown ; will cell by cord or lump price, or on share. 18tl FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 1400 cash payment or it equivalent in otiier property will be accepted aa first uavment for a farm of about 75 acre with good fair buildings ; running water at house and barn ; or would ewhnnge farm for small house In Barn, GranitevUI or Webstervilie. 21tf H. A. PHELPS CO. Telephone 114-1 Mile Block. Barre, Vt Auction Sale at the City Auction Market SATURDAY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK A variety of goods, including several iron beds, springs, mat tresses, 2 couches, dressers, 2 or gans, 1 square piano, 4 1 good sewing machines, 1 desk, 1 type writer, 1 carpet, 1 art square, rugs, mirrors, pictures, 1 Colum-j bia phonograph, 1 grapophone,! watches, chains, cutlery, revolv-J ers, several good overcoats, odd! lot of ladies' garments, good ma-; terials for making over; heaters,! ranges, gas range, gas plates. As I have to sell a large lot of Sleigh. Harnesj, Robes, Ulan V and other goods at 17 Court Mreet, Motilpelirr, Saturday at 1 o'clock, the u?ual Saturday aft ernoon sale at the City Auction Markit will be omitted. S&le at 7 p. m. as uuaL 0, H, HALE, MiHiH Boll Calves i:A Cc!Ii3 Pops A Portable Lamp makes a nice gift for Christmas Come in and see our line of Lamps in Old Ivory Finish, also Dining-Room ' Domes. Barre Electric Company Telephone 98-W 133 North .Alain Street - Do It Now! The painters and paperhangers are not rushed, can be had when wanted, and have time to give better attention to the work than at other seasons, when everybody needs them. Let us decorate your home for Christmas. A. V. BECKLEY Thone 2S9-W Surt) 46 Main Street II. A. GOULD'S PIANO PRICES re the eaait te all, every day. They t the Ma-rent, ne-agetita. e-rat-sWa plan. THE COCLD WAT. They apply to lns(rU and receav BMiaed hy year frienda. They hava aaved year asl rubers (ftp Ifcwasaad aWllara, They were ssaae Feasible enly hy the eaeat aeanaasical be.lwi saeth eds. Bay kera and ahar Ibis aav Int. tt STAl I.DIVG ST, BARRE. VT. TWmm 4-1 MRS. ELIZABETH LaCLAIR OBSTETRIC NURSE THOSE 11-11 14 Samaser Street Barre, Veraent Year of experience Kara prepared roe to iv th beat service in midwife or obstet rical MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CLEAVTVa MWS. iNii AN U Rtr-AlUiNU MOORE & OWEN'S III North Mat fllroet Ham. erl NEW LISTINGS ALL SPECIAL VALUES NO. 10S4 PLAINFIKLD FARM FOR SAI.B One of th vood ones: Hi acre and will carry In to 10 head : aKout 46 acrea vt nearly nevel tillare land, free from atone and easy to carry on : surer orchard nd hard wood to sell hceide ! lanr ltO-ft. barn, new cement tahle, hay drawn In al top ; brick houae containing- 12 moms, all in rood shape, ha set tub, toilet and bath : this desirable farm is on a main traveled road, 4H mile from Plain field and about I mile from Parr City : eream team call at door; with the farm the owner want to ftell 10 cow, boa, pr. hones wei-hin- about 2,800, poultry, all hay and straw, about ISO bu. oata. and all farminc toola. Price for all, I.t00.00. Easy teams of payment can be bad. H12tf FOR SALE Hand-tinted poat card, calen dars, etc ; over 100 different designs of Christ, ma post card. Mm. Jack. 29 Keith avenue. , ... 18tf FOR SALE OR LEASE A first-class dental office, all equipped, doing- fine business; in on of the lanrest cities in Vermont. Address "Dental Office." car of thi paper. 217tli FOR" SALE Loose hay for hone or cow. E. Carleton, 21 highland aveuu. telephone FOR 6ALE An up-to-date grocery busi ness, tor partirulan writ N. J. Potwin. I!00t2 South Royalton, Vt. FOR SALE Miwd anft anrf harrf wjvwl .nj 4-ft. wood ; also atoneshed wood. N. M. Mel son. Merchant street, barre. Vt laotf FOR SALE One hundred run af rire slab wood ; has been under cover all summer : alma about 2V tons ot stuck hay; will sell either at home or delivered. Waller C. Mauoo. WiU liamstown, Vt. ; N. E. 'phon 81-i. 18;tf FOR SALE Wood and lumber. No 1 wood. 12.60 cord; dimension lumber at reasonably price. Fred . itownins, tel. SI 1-4. 165tl FOR SALE On larva second-hand fun naee) used 4 years; ateam coll and pipina wllh it. Addrea "Furnace." Time office, lSOtl WANTED r !?. tr, t-vt 1 r . a t W ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE UDIES Our very "complete line of furs for the wanon of 1916 are now ready for your examination, and we would be pleased to have you call and look them over. State ctreet i rn to our 'tore, pi do rt let the fcenery in the Rialto bridjre district lead you to believe we are not tin doing bu;rf at the old stand. We are how;r.jr wi?". fxcfrtior.al Ha3n Seal Cfats in latest ftj Jes. Yoj sh-ul 1 : th m. Sme extrrmflr stvl uh Fun and Mu.Ti jut hat j-oa have Un wlrhlrp fr. Fur trimn-iirr frrdre vA x the yard at rariou rT?!'. D:nt f csrft that btw i th time tn hav? your fun rrpaiml L STEKOIXHICK rf Tf l nrrr j STAII SIttrT. KC'irtlTIE, VltlfOXT ADMINISTRATOR'S AUCTION SALE or Valuable IJuildinjj Lot Th nlori;rHl t Ul aell at public urtn tn th Iiitrhe"t bid dry. nn Saturday Afternoon, Dec. 4 at 1:30 (iVIork, o i-loa the ewUfe f tb late T. V. taraw.Tl. th talnaMe luiiliiirie W4 uluat'd at the comer 1 Fwt and Trcmotit atrwta, vhirk i IS' , fe-t by 7 rod. Moat b fAi t Htlr estate. T-rrn t time rf aal. WILLIAM KILUr, AomiBiittttor. D. A. PERKT, AartioDPrt. WANTKIV-To bay a bone for aV livery tewm; weight from I.IMMI to 1. 10 lb. Barre btcam Laundry. Barn. Tt. KilU AN KSTAPI.IKHED RETAIL MONUMENT H SIM-.-S, Ma-huiaa, only un ta rtly of i .() ; will seii bueirwH sT part ta man who raa UVe ehame; 1 .' annual aatea. Ad drew "X." car Timea mca. Zi2xif WANTED- Farm wa atn-k and toola, II cowa, Jarwvs preferred; fruit and euaar e rbants; rent or buy: rrt-eiaas farmer and worker. Add B. W. 1'. 1 Maple avenue, harre. Vt. IIW KO. 1021 24-ACRE PLACE, about H mile from the carline : aood l-mom house and harn ; the land la antra rood; a fine place for farm inar an a small acale or poultry farm : pri.-e. Including 1 cow. 1 y earl In heifer, calf, 12 hens, cream separator, art aieds, harness, w ax on, I or 4 tons of hay and aome small tonls. only 14.(00.00. I12tf VO. !0f tl.Onooo secures thi money maker; balance of purchase price at 4 per rent: about 12( acre, euta fmm 40 to SO ton of hay; th tlllajre land la b-erl and part never neexla plownc; very aood ?-tory houae. we! Tainted and rery cleaaantlr aituatrd : aro hem and henhouae; fine fruit orchard ; awd woodlot with both hard and aoft woo? ; ia located nn mam thorouphfan : road always fine: price for Ihn deerable farm iis t?,uo.(0 owned by an oM rentleman, who ha mad money her but who la new unable to do the work. tVixt WE WANT TO SHOW TOP TTTF PROPERTIES. FRnE FARM CATALOULE. Ride Down to COLTON'S Call and See"Our HARNESS Call and See Our SLEIGHS Call and See Our ROBES Call and See FUR COATS Everything at Pepslsr Prices C0LT0N. 84 State St.. Montpelier THE D. A. rrffT RFat. FHT4TE ACENC1 BAKRF. ERMONT Raw t and t, Hotaad-t av Bid. llEU WANTED W - . : I it . . 1 . . . I DA1.I I. . .in nan el . lull of e4 few tewth, any condition, partial ae4a la pnT-inem i mm 11-, . 'J rau. .m iiwti- lory. Iwreheatwr, Maa. slit la ANTtD-tvwrybndy with anraa, rarioawas, hapfrd baa er rrnrine to buy a jar ot ll.mer tiinfvnenL V he at Harre A. KuuW'a ' t. marv. Moeltnrlte-. V I. JlVtli'l W ANTEI AT ONt E-Teleraor. etwraimr. rural earbanre, Pe- le s line Addrea ( A. Waahbura. Bradford. Vt. f-'lli" W ANTEI- MacblnWtt and Irtm wieaildera. Apply te Clr-M ncbt Mfc. l, Wterarr, t- 214U2 HALLS RARHER tt HociLXItl I4 ab tnawm ei-rewu Hoewie, Hm i wim-v. rn n, board, railrntd tM-krt fumwhed by '41 t pereUv Fropwittona " t - panwsla-a. , KUtai Pt'PiL Kt RM waaiad at the Tantw ft -ate Hiwtltal 1 rala.fi Vbaol far haraa. fee fjartK-xlara, 'rea tr. Anbwr V. , apt. laaawa btakv Meapual. laaaiaa. Me saw FEMALE HELP WANTED TARI E f.IRL ANTED AT OVt E Reataarant, Martb Mam atravt. Eaeraa i.ill SLEIGHS SLEIGHS KFW I.OT OF SLEIOHS J 1ST UNLOADED ALL SOkTS AND STYLES Driving, Delivery. Express IT PAYS TO TAKE TIME TO SEE COLTON" C0LT0N. 4 State St Montpelier STUDEBAKER HARNESS Direct from Factory FARM HARNESS I4J.M. 141 M 1 vwvk Inr name "Sturlebakor" tamped on trace MtlViXG HARNEtiS. ...Ilt.ee. I14.M, K4.M A few samnle nf extra tinm PHvinaj Haraea EX PKESS HAKNES.S t reanonahl prtcaa. I'uv i he children a RTl'PKBAhCR JUNIOR WAGON ANU til.EIUIt f-T t hrwtmaa. taaa ana r-e A. W. ALLEN CO. New Enftaad mmi Oraar Cwaaty Talepheeiw rERRV NOONAN L'NEXCELLLI) FUNERAL ITRNI.-HINGS Ilfycntjal Aaslmlatrrr 5nice I)0 YOU WANT I A GOOD f I iiargain: I I We have a few Mcon4- R 1 hand can that are very g f"vJ and we .Tl mII them I r I tt a very l?w rric. Ca3- 8 il r. atUR & son I i Fire Insurance I reprc.pr.t seven teen cf the larcc?t and le?t Stock and Mutual Fire In.eur anceCorr.panicf. A.k for rates. AANTEP--AB eaperierii-ad woenaa ire far r"el si Kaiaaea era. Mrs. John 4 attenarh. It f'earl etxwt. Mut(w-lier, Vs.; tel. i7 IZ. Ziltf Studchakcr Trucks Jut Ihe thinft or bauLnjf wood, lum- Ut r l,r. I'vy rw for apring; g-t the uae of them thi fall. W aoaw a few mere email atf COME ANU ftt-K A. W. ALLEN CO. See Flaa4 a4 Oraar Caemty TeWpbaeie WOItK WANTED I aiOVTM a see at bom; piaia e yimmlm a. at te biaiwe trpen ; raftvaaKtfia : J es ertawipaw wea. 1r fws w ) i t feal i... lawk K, amit etrawt, vh eMnr.w. Pa. iit. 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