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TIIK BARRE DAILV TIMES, UARRIV VT., SATURDAY, DKCKMUKR 11, 1915.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury nd couiiilctely derails tilt whols system wheo entering It thrmmh the mucous surfaces. Murb articles should ueier be nnd except on prescrip tions from reputsbla ukyslrlsns. ss the daniagi tlier will do la ten fill to tile good you can put' ABOUT THE STATE HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FRO DIFFERENT SECTIONS Oov. Charles W. Gftten of Franklin tluna from reputsbla ukyslrlsns, aa the daniagt tli. ia I. toil ritltl tn. nul vim pan mie. elblr derlfit from them, lull's Catarrb Cum. I will be amotitr tliu sneakers at the blif manufactured l.jr r. J. Cheney Co.. Toledo, O., , . Brn.fi ,..,, ... v.. held i inicrnmif , j - - - nunt.ln. nn ni.reiirv. and la taken acting directly iiho the blood and mucous aur- in Worcester, Mass., IX'O. 14-17 fares of tiia system. In burin llall'a Ostsrrll I . (lira be sura you art tba genuine. It tsites Internally and rnsde In Toledo, Oblo, by F. J, Cheney Co. Teallinonlala free. . told by Druggists. Price. 75c. per bottle, Tukt Usll's ramlly Pills for constipation. Frank Hulelt of South Londonderry has shipped a ton of evergreen, 1500 evergreen wreathes, and KMKJ yard of evergreen rope from the local station this fall. IN BOSTON SSSlI Thomas H. Browne of Rutland is in Washington, D. C, where as Democratic national committeeman from Vermont he has been attending the meetings of the national committee. Brattle tit. and Urattle So.., lioston Midway from North and South Sta tion. Convenient to Business, Shopping- and Theatre Dtstrluts. Bstween Adama Square and Scollay Square 3ubway Statlona and Trolleya. BOO Boom a. SI a Day and Inwards Special Braakfuat.. ..25 to KOe? Special Luncheon Every : Our U-C'ouraa Table d'Hote ay. .Kits 1 nn Dinner ) unequalled anywhere. Music & Soloists mssST Ton will find every modern conveni ence and proper attention at the Qulncy House. Taxloab eervlce. THE JAPANESE GAKDENH Boaion'a Moat Novel and Picturesque rilnlnj Rooma, Where Planked Steak or Chicken la gl ttf Served for Two Peraonl for 1 esjlf "Cemfert Without Extravaganee'X Mrs. Betsey Davis, aced 8.1 year, of South Royalton, fell in her wood shed recently, breaking one arm near the I shoulder joint, spraining her wrist and cutting a gash in her head. The 11th annual meeting and banquet of the New England Fat Men's club will bt held at Hale's tavern, Wells River, Friday, Deo. 17. Arthur P. Stone of St. Johnsbury will act as toaatmaster. Frank W. Little, tympanni player in "The Birth of a Nation" orchestra and Miss Inez Steeves of Monkton, N. B., met at the Hotel Poultney, when the j picture was being shown in that town. and it was a case of love at first sight. They first made each other's acquaint ance last Monday and were married Wednesday. Mrs. Little will accompany her husbund In hi tour with the film picture. Mrs. Mary tjtrong of Burlington has German Bible of exceptional age. The lawk is one which was brought to this country from Germany by Mrs. Strong's grandmother, Mrs. Judith GroMsbeck, in the year 1709, and it was printed in Do You Use Drugs? or rlo you know of. anyone who rioaeT' If you do, ws-ume you to investigate the Meal Treat ment for druit addiction. All craving and rii aire for the drug ia permunently removed: thla German, in the year 1702. Among other ; we guarantee. The treutmtnt la absolutely verv old naiicra Mre Strnnu lias a couv hsrmloss. No aurrenrur or restraint becauae pa vt ry oia paptrs, airs, rong ibs u copy tljnU givm lnort)hin, or th.lr tllvoriti of the New Voik Morning Pont issued dru at any time, and aa Ion- aa they dealre on Friday, November 7, 1783, Which con- I it. We have many Uatimonliile from cured talna (Imieral Washington's fnreuell or- Ptfcnta, which you would be In treated In. tains ueuerai wasiungton s larcneii or wrtl, or 'phone, and karn more about uers 10 me armies or we i niinn rnnu-a the Meal Drug Treatment. issued on November 2, 1783. Mrs. Strong also bus a copy of the book, "The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson," written by James Boswell, which was publishod in 1878 and which was found in a deserted dwelling of Robert Saunders at Williamburg, Va., in 1804 and presented to the late General T. J. Strong by Major Fred W. Trice. NOTICE Whereas, a petition haa been presented the undersigned, reading as follows I To (iuy W. Ilailcy, Secretary of State, and .Walter V. Scott. State Treasurer, ex-ofllcio Inaurance Commissioners. We, the undersigned, being desirous of NEAL INSTITUTE CO. 183 HANOVER STREET Manchester, N. H. Tsl. 1477-M ANNUAL MEETING. ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of the People's National Bank of Barre will be held at it banking rooms Tuesday, January 11, 1816, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpoae of electing directors for the year ensuing and the transaction of any .other business which may properly oome before said meeting. Dated, Barre. Vt.. Dec. 11, 1918. 29S!tB0 W. C. JOHNSON, JR.. Cashier. xorming a mutual n re tnauranee company agreeably to the provisions of No. Its of the acta of 1018, for the purpose of conducting the business of insurance against the destruc tion, damages, kinds of property from any cause or from specified cauaea, and believing mac tne establlahment and maintenance such a company would promote the general good of the state, hereby respectfully petition that you appoint a time and place for a hear ing on thla our petition. Dated at Barre. in the county of Washing. ton, in the state of Vermont, this iVlh day of novemner, a. It. JVle. Name. ' Postofflce address H. J. M. JONES, . Montpeller, Vt. J. T. MAKKION, Harre, Vt. AI.EX. DUNCAN, Barre, Vt. CiKOHOE STRAITON, . Barre, Vt WM. BARCLAY, Barre, Vt.. J. B. MAGNAGHI, Barre, Vt. GEORGE ROBINS, Barre, Vt GEO. HOYT. Barre. Vt W. P. SCOTT, Barre, Vt 8TEFANO RIZZI. Barre. Vt C. W. McMJLLAN. Barre, Vt JOSEPH G. CALCAGNI, Barre, Vt ANDREW BARCLAY, Barre, Vt A. H. BURKE. Barre. Vt A. J. YOUNG. Barre. Vt Therefore, agreeably to the provisions of sec- Ayto Owners .'Auction Sale Bring your Batteries in to us L for care during the winter tmonths while you are not using you car. We can take care of any number. We are in a posi OF Real Estate and Personal Property As I have other business in view, 1 will soil at nnhlift auction to the riipheat uon to recnarge, inane repairs bidder, on or adjustments. Come in and let us tell you about it. Perry Automobile Company WASHINGTON STREET BARRE TUESDAY, DEC. 14,1915 at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises where I now live in Washing' ton, Vt., known as the Geo. Trembly farm, VA miles from Washington village, just a little off the old stage road from Washington to Chelsea, the following: MY HOME FARM I of 200 ACRES of land, suitably divided into tillage, pasture and woodland; esti mated to be 75 M. of softwood timber now ready to cut and about 8 acres of young Krowinir spruce and a large amount of hardwood timber and wood j I good fruit orchard; fii'ld lay fairly well, in good state of cultivation and nearly all machine mowed. A good large farm house; 3 barns, t ow barn has 31 stan chions and basement under the same; a As the house on my farm has just borsebarn of 4 stalls: hochouse. chicken- burned and I have no place to stay and house, icehouse and shoo: buildinirs all care for my stock, I have decided to jn good fair condition. This is a good II at public auction to the highest monev-makimr farm for someone: near bidder, on the premises, known as the Rrod village with creamery, postofflce, Ormsby or Celley farm, in North Palais, good gtores, etc., and a short, easy drive aboat 'i mile west of North Calais, on tQ the Barre markets. TUESDAY, DEC. 14 ' Auction Sale OF Real Estate and Personal Property AUCTION SALE . -of- ' Registered Jerseys 41 Head of Cows and Young Cattle and Other Personal Property The annual meeting of the Granite Mutual Insurance Co. of Barre, Vt., will be held at the home office of said com pany, in the city of Barre, Vt., on Tues day, January 4th, 1016, at 10 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of electing directors for the year ensuing and tiro transaction of Ition 1 of No. 168 of the acta of 118. we here any other business which may properly b' 'M u h!?n,r .?,.id fltU" . . . . . . ----iw ... iiin.i.i: niinurr Li in nwmilllRIFni alia come ueiure eiu niet-iwp. maintenance of the proposed corporation will K. U. ROBINSON, promote the general good of the state, will I . LalJ 1.. A ...... . ... , . Sppretnrv I "WM nuarr w, viw, ai iv o cjock a. m., j m lne omc, OI tne uranite . Manufacturers association. 82 ',4 Main street Barre. Vt Dated at Montpelier, Vt, this first day of uecemoer, A. 11. 1H1S. ' GUY W. BAILEY. WALTER F. SCOTT. , Insurance Commiaaioners. VALUABLE RESIDENCE As I expect to leave the city on or aooni reoruary I, the residence at No. 51 Hill street, now occupied by me, is offered for sale. In many particulars una is one of the best home in the city j 0 rooms, finished in ash, birch, maple and white enamel; fire place; a nice heating system Ideal steam heatine plant, made belonpne to the estate of J. M. Stone, late of Williamstown, Vt., deceased. All to tne.f.m!,ncln Kdl8t0r company, wito 6 lar ia nicely cemented, and the founda WIash ia J 1 . T1 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1915 on front and side and sleeping porch on at 0 nVlork aharn in the forenoon, at the J. M. Stone & Sons Maoleview Farm, in 1 "c e-"'-' Ko. Williamstown, Vt., situated 5 miles from WilliamstowR village, 7 miles from . - . i ii , i e T5 1.13..IJ T . . I. . x. , i ! : I Will iNixnneia, ana a jniies irum uiuuKuirm, v v., wi lutiuvtiug- be pleased to show the property to Interested parties. Price upon appli cation. Appointments may be made either with me or through the D. A. Perry Ecal Estate Agency. Rev. G. II. Holt. BUSINESS CARDS PERSONAL PROPERTY consisting of TWELVE COWS Holstein and Jerseys, all young, 3 now fresh, balance to freshen in. the next 60 days; 7 neat 2-year-old Holstein and Jersey heifers, due to fresh en early in January: 1 year-old Jersey CONTAINING ABOUT oa ACRES of heifer. 1 8-montbs-old Jersey heifer. 1 land, 30 acres of which is wooded; sugar 6-weeks-old Jersey heifer, brood sow, 6 bush of 600 maples; balance tillage and young s hosts and 23 hens; 1 pair of pasture. The tillage land is in a hitfh matched bar horses. 7 and 12 years old. state of cultivation, and the land is well weight 2.WK) lbs., an extra good work at 12:30 o'clock sharp, the following de scribed real estate and personal property: THE FARM fenced; good barn 30x40 ft., with horse barn 20x50 ft. The foundation to the house is good, and there is a quantity of soft wood on the farm, which ran be used to erect a house at a comparatively amaii cost. SIX cows four of which are grade Jerseys, 1 Hoi tein and 1 Ayrshire; 2 are due to fresh en this month, 2 in January and 2 in February; all in good condition and good iej 1 horse, good worker and driver. weiKht about 1.000 ibs.i 67 hens, 25 roosters fitted for market; quantity of manure, 30 tons silage, 20 tons of hay, some rowen, 30 runs of block wood fitted for stove, a quantity of straw, several thousand I't lumber and ',-inoh plank; 2 horae farm wagon, nearly new, pole and shafts; C oncord wagon, newly paint ?i; pr. work harnesses, driving harnesses, etc., and many article too numerous to mention. Terms rh. Remember the date, Dec. 14 at 12:30 o'clock in the afternoon. W. K. RICHNER, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. Auction at the City Auction Market SATURDAY, DEC. 11 at 2 and 7 p. m. Two good leigh, 1 2-hor traverse fled, 2 large box stove., 1 larpe Git n wood heater, peveral mailer ones, 1 jrood kitchen rax re, 3 medium rang., gaso line tove and ranjre, ovens, I larre 1',0-fal. oil tank, 1 lartr Lra kettle, 1 fine dinner bell over 75 years old, 1 fhonofTrh, 1 grapaphone, nem ing machines, 2 organs. 2 f ianos, I violin, 1 tither, 2 extra rrjod iron teds with rrrir ps and mattresses, odd prirtrs and mattresses, 4 uphol stered couches, bureaus, dres rrs, conrmor'c'S, 2 pod htby car riages. 1 art square, veral overcoats. M of ladies far merts, figures. mimrs, d'Kks. w!''v's. fcr,d t:p. and cuUery; 1 rr'-Lt f, 1 r-i trunk rd a VA of aTiscellaneoua arti- M. HALE, team; 1 nice driving team FARM TOOLS, MACHINERY, CROPS, etc. 1 2 horse lumber wagon with wood body and hayrark, a good wagon; 1 piano box-top buggy, bicycle wheW, nearly new ; 1 Concord buggy, dumpcart, 1 set of heavy 2-horse traverse sleds, bob-sled, 2 pleasure sleighs, 1 set of nearly new 2-inch brass-trimmed work harneaae. 1 pair of 1 4 -inch work harnesses, 1 single work harness, skidding harness and 2 drive harness, mowing 'machine, 2 horse rakes, hay tedder, spring-tooth harrow, 1 2-horse cultivator, 2 plows, grindstone, and small tools, stub as chains, iron bars, tinea, rake, shovels. forks, etc; 25 tons of early cut hay. 2 tons of oat straw and 40 bushels of oats; 1 l)e Lava! No. 12 cream separator; 20 to 30 M. of xiftwixxl log. 7 or 8 cords of dry 4-ft. wood, and some other arti cle not mentioned. This property will all be acid to the highest bidder, without reserve or limit, aa 1 mean business. Terms at time of sale. Lunch at noon. FRANK CL0VGH, Owner. C F. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. 30 REGISTERED COWS some now fresh, balance to freshen between now and spring, all young and most of them good size. A large number of these cows are daughters and granddaugh ters of Financial Owl, No. 775,401, whose half-sister, Financial Countess, was the ... . if.. .. - rr. i ii t.i t . i worms cnampion in tua, prouucing w.jj ids. aim to oz. oi uum-rim. in i jiar.i j A' C 1 1 f f and several of them are descendants of from 23 to 32-lh. cows. Several of these lanal iSCnOOl OI ivlUSlC cows are now Drea to M. Limwri r.xue i-aa, ,o, au oi w none" ancestors pBpils Taken fer Violin. Plane. Hsrsaeny for three generations are producers or irom ti lo aa-m. cows. Also, iwui CeuoUrpotnt R(iISTEK0 BULLS and t.LiL H U1HJCK Klfullt.Kt.U DUiLa, IWU-ltAK- OLDS. YEARLING AND CALVES. This is all hixrh bred Jersey stock. These cows ha rncnrrla aa hiirh u AO Tha. of milk in one dav. Some are in Ri'iriater of Merit. I otnea Hours: 9 to 13 a. m., 1 to I p. m. OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY 1 pair of work horses, weight 2,800 lbs.; II Monday, l to 7 p. an. dark roan 10-year-old mare, weight about 150 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 1 6-year-old 'Phone 471-J 2d Floor Front Milee Brick Bik. brown horse; 1 4-year-old brown mare bred to the government horse at lienning- ' to-; 1 U-months-old colt; 1 yoke of oxen, weight about 3,200 lbs.; tt pure bred VIOLIN STUDIO Berkshire sows; 1 brood sow and pigs. I MRS. EDWIN W. BRUCE , .... Teacher ef Violin and Mandolin rarm 1001s, iuacninery, ana iisceuaneous Arucies staei. is KeUo. gt. pine ast-M One 2-horse Lilley farm wagon, with bos body and rack ; 1 heavy 2-horse farm p A T?TrT T 0 nnrilPCTD A t, 2 express wagons, 1 buggy wagon, 2 manure spreaders, 1 set o uivULiOiim FOUR LINES FOR 25c The Time will puh MUh Want, Lost and Found. For Sale, to Let, etc. short adver- tl.am.nla-at the rate of four lines Jur iwemy. five cents for the first Insertion and fl cents for eacl. subsequent Insertion REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 308 Acrt. Folly Equipped, $3800 Praam aold at dmir I 1U ml. to P. O.. etc. I 1U0 aerea fertile fields I J00 acres valuable wood and tlmheri bal. In well-fenced aprinir- watered luuture; lanre equipped sugar orensru attractive bldua. : tenant house of 7 rooma, lama barn. etc. : for a ouirli sale owner, who cannot mansne so larse a farm, will sacrifice and include 10 cows, 6 heifers, pr. Horses, pin, nnullrv and enmnleta outfit farm tools, machin ery, hay in barn, ensilage, vegetables and fitted wood ; only part cash required s an unusual hariraini complete details of this and one of 88 acres with stock, tools and crops included. all for only 1826. page 17, "Strout's Biggest Karm Baraaina." choice selections of real bar trains tlirnuirhmit. the aaatorn atates ! write to day for your free copy, it will ahow you where to find luat the farm you want at tne price you wish to pay. E. A. Htrout farm Agency, bept No. m. 294 Washington street, Boston. Mass. "Dtl HARDWARE BUSINESS FOR SALE Thla ia a live. Dayinc buslne located in a sood. hustlina town I it is a clean and up-to-date stock of hardware: owner does practically a cash busineaa ; haa less than la0 trood book account 7 years in business ; mis is a good proposition for someone. For par ticulars, write H. A. Shepard. Real Estate, Hardwick, Vt 28t2 You Will Be Pleased With These Listings GOOD HOMES SELDOM ONE CAN GET BO MUCH FOR THE MONEY EIRKT-ROOM HOUSE, situated on a lanre lot on a good street; is now used for 2 fami- ies. the owner living upstairs, rents tne nrat floor for enough to pay all the taxes, water rent insurance, etc., iind leave a good sum besides : bouse has porch on side and across front ; electric lights, bath, etc. ; good cellar. Frice. 2,00.v0. ' 2tf NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE In central location rented at 116.00 : the owner wants to dispose of this before Jan. 1: will make a good, me dium-priced home or a good investment Price lew. xxmt FARM EnuiiiDed with 6 cows, horse, tools and crops, for (1,800.00: 80 acres of land, whii-h lav smooth sna exceptionally produc tive; has the reputation of being one of the beet producing farms In this section ; eomtorv able house and barn ; all ready for immediate income: the first offer of 81,800.00 takes ev. erythlne. 22tX TO RENT TO KENT-Tomaal. - Tenement, a Warn heat A. 8814 TO RFNT- A cottage house at 8T River ?.'"" ..Wl Huvlaod. Division street, IJsrre, VtN iZBt.1 FOR RENT On Hoyntnn street, tenement ef S rooms, price g I also centrally located warm tenement nf 8 nnn Mrltk -1.. -j- . spring water, and eomhination range j up I flight W. A. Boyee Eatate. A. A. Ih.yce, executor. . . v-nii HOUSE TO RENT The Emory house at 0 Washington street: elaetria iluki. k.ik .mln. water: barn ,nn nviMl mi,i. ih,...im of W. A. Perry, 108 Washington street mt ROOMS TO RRNThllr.lv f...ni.t.t .A well eared for, pleasant and central : prici right; by day or wak. In.n.lr. mi M.in street Montpelier, Vt I tel. 7S-M. 26tl TO RENT A lnnim.nl nt V r.. at 117 Brooklyn atreet. Inquire 'of Louis Badger, 117 Brooklyn street. Barre. Vt 2418 TO BENT-T., -, i. w..t wi l. Inquire at Dr. Mann's fnce. Eastman block! . 226tf TO KEKT-T.n..i -r . .... Emslie's Greenhouse, Montpelier road : few . minuuei' walk from Jones Bros.' B. B. .'ark- son. 'phone 404-18. vutt TO RENT A .n...t i -I reimir near Jnn. Hmi k.n .h !..! Canton Brothers, Barre. 222tf TO RKNTSt. ..l.l. a.. . North Main and Merchant at recta; storeroom ?, 'r"."1". nxt to New Park theatre i 8 stories, 0x6: electric lights; steam heat Apply to Charles Zanleoni, Barre. Vt 22tf TO RENT K.rnnm .. . u.l. ...... . good for barber shop or shoe store: electrie i...ui, ricy water, cloaet and cellar. N. E. phone 178-12, J. N. McLellan. 216tf FURNISHED ROOM lh .11 l... jeniences, with or without board; io private family. 12 Eastern avenue. l6tf FOR SALE JOHN F. CARROLL. Leader MtTSIC FOR ALL OCCA SIONS LATEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC CARROLL Beslaeae Manarer Barre, V nt 2-horse traverse sleds, 1 2-horse 2-siHt traverse sleigh with pole and shafts, 1 6-ft. cut mowing machine, hay tedder, Keystone hay loader, 1 7-horsepower gasoline engine, 1 4-unit Hinman milking machine, I Daniels ensilage cutter, 1 London litter carrier and track, 1 nearly new Cat lis in cleaning mill, 1 Ureen Mountain new silo, lOv'lO. wtrtt ,tn anllrv rilnw P.rMin Almintain l.lnir A m.rifa n hn rniur an. I luditui. itiu, h.rmnr nw liriruA tiu, A cralvanivMl htB trnlKrha 1 frall-a n iy.vl lanlr O if I a " --, ... - r-- -"'f. -- e- - r - - - - -v. v. I Xelepliene 411 driving harnesses, 1 set of heavy work harnesses, 3 extra horse collars, jack screw, 27 rolls Amatite roofing, 2 sets of pulleys, corn sheller, forge and anvil, 1 2-row I. A. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS corn planter, 1 .-eiaon a water neater, i aei oi pauners racKie witn JiU II. OI rope; y.. n i j 1 Mann bone cutter, clipping machine, oil heater, lilue Flame oil stove, SO tons' of tb. ZZ?l'mll7 b.rJIh. gooa hay ana small toots sucn as ox yokes, carpenter s ana mack smith tools, whir- ods its a trustworthy place to buy Pianos, fletrees. eveners. chains, iron bars. hoes, forks, rakes, shovels, and man? other arti- I " "Psuiding rl. Barre, t Phene 4-1 ties too numerous to mention. This is a nice clean lot of stock and farming tools and is being sold in the settlement of the estate of J. M. Stone. Catalogues of the registerd stock will be furnished by applying to the administrator or the auc tionecr. If a stormy day, sale will be held under cover. Terms at time of sale Lunch at noon. C. C. STONE, Administrator, P. 0. Randolph Center, Vt. C. r. SMITH, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. WANT TO MAKE 8S.S08.e0t Buy this farm and hold it for a few years ; the property we refer to is located just outside the city imks and a few minutes' walk to some of the largest stonesheds in the city; about 90 atres of good land, nearly all of which lays well and will be in demand for building sites soon: win Seep lo neaa ana team, ana u now equipped; there are 80 acres in productive Hilars: 20 acres wooded and balance pasture; sugar bush and fruit orchard ; good, com f ort- ab a 9-room house: barn is also very gooa one of the best farms in this section ; good road summer and winter; the owner would like to sell this month and off era all, includ ing 11 cowa. 4 head of young atock, pr. heavy horeea. driving- horse, hogs, nens ana tools. most of which are new. alt fodder, etc.. for 86.500.00. 229tf 48-ACRE FARM only 14 miles from the city on main road ; dandy set of buildings ; large house with wide porch ; modern barn witn basement clapboarded and painted; excellent water ; a good small farm which can be bought for leas thsn the buildings cost Price. 88,500.00. 229tf THESE FOR SALE r'our tharnliirhhrpfl Rmn.j. Tm. turkeys, weixh from" 20 lbs. to 25 lbs. each ; nice birds for breed inir: alao r.n RiriW PUm- put Rock pulleta, 12 White Leghorn yearling hens and 18 White Leghorn pullets; all in good laying- condition ; some are laying now. Mrs. E. A. Carey, tel. 689-M, Barre, Vt 228tl FOR SALE All kinds of new and second hand furniture; Glenwood cook stoves, heat ers and box stoves ; alao (new) stovepipe and elbows at 16c per length. Call at 46V. Maple avenue; tel. 278-1 City; Abram Fine. 22818" FOR SALE Beets, carrots, turnips, pars nips and cabbage; also mangels and soft cab bage for poultry. J. E. Mitchell, Market Gar dener, K. t. D. No. 2. 'phone 882-4. 227tf ; NEWFOUNDLAND PUPS pnn nr E. F. Smith. Cabot Vt 228t3 FOR SALE Too sleiirh in Inquire at Gow's Livery Stable. 22tit6 FOR SALE: ExDress or rlelivon .Li,k - good one; also a driving sleigh. Apply at 40 Maple avenue 22818 YOU WILL WANT TO LOOK OVER JUST TELL US WHEN. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE ACENCt BARRE. VERMONT Reeass I and 8, Howktnd-Cavs Bide DR. G. L. .T. HAYES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN OFFICE HOURS i I te 4 p. m. Tuesday. Thursday, and Satur day ; alao by appointsnmt II and 18 Blam-hard BaUela Telepheite tt Sa,e A P P 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 (Over Drawa's Drt.g Store) 46 Slain Street DR. W. K. MACKAY DENTIST Office, Room II, Aldrich Block TEU8-W ' Office la Reess Ke. II l alil Jaaaary I DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OSce hi Keoea IS. MOss fteUesa TetsaiaaaM Ceeiaaeltlea OeVe ftnnret t l. m. Is II St anal t te 4 s ssw JauoeUy, Taaatdar. Tkeraday aas FYteay For Sale at the Car Look for Merchant' Despatch car No. 155,037, near the C V. freight depot; $3.73 per barrel at the r&r for fancy grade. .. CALL AND FEE THEM S. II MINER. 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 9S-W 133 North Main Street II. S. CARVER, M. D. SrFCIAL ATTIXTIOK WILL KB GIVEN TO ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICAL AND X RAT TREATMENT Mesjrei I I, II s. I I Is I ea T te S . aa. ffceats SS W aveesa 14. AMrlrk Blaaj. M.J.WIIITCOMB LICENSED EMUAL3IER Calls eaaa.,,4 preaaetry aWe aw Ma-M Aa mp e sale A at tela ace an i EAST PARPK, VT -Telaeksae ttt-l WIlXlAJteloOM. t ' ' ii - ii . tsl- 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 .- rirht on the mam street ; copper mines, saw-mills and bobbin-mill in the vicinity: cood farmina; country: bouae of 10 rooms, almost all hardwood noors ; Data and running spring wster; furnace heat; weighted windows and blinds i cement cellar ; sewer connection ; bay window ; 2 piaxraa ; all nicely equipped for practice of meidcine; large barn and garage; 2 acres of lsnd ; shade and fruit trees; all in good condition; price, 81,800. 221tf NO. 768 A GOOD HOME AND A GOOD INVESTMENT: lo-acre farm; 80 acres very productive, machine-worked tillage, balance a a. Lure and woodland ; no hand mowing, tree from etonee : small sugar orchard : good fruit orchard , some soft and some herd wood ; farm keeps 88 head of stock : plenty of barn and shad room : basement on'der barn : silo : very good 12-rooni house: water at house and barn ; this farm Is located In Kaat Montpelier. only 2 S miles from railroad station and 84) rods to eranoi ; owner would esehange for smill piece ; with this farm you get 28 high-grade Jersey cows, 14 of them registered. 8 calves, I regis tered bull. 4 hones, 11 bog kind. 40 hens, and all the emps snd tools, including an elertrir bght plant and a shop, all equipped. 221tf For particulars, inquire ef J. J. DASH VER Real Estate Agent. Hsrre, Vt Reeasa 8. 8. 14. Hew land Blag Telepnene Tea. FOR SALE A 2-year-old lanre nH rabbit hound. Inquire at 12 Sixth atfeet Barre, Vt. ,- s27tS FAMILY moving; out of town has paid 1281.00 on a $400.00 upright grand piano: you pay balance 8119.00 and it is yours. The Gihbs Piano Co., 71-78 Main street Springneld, Mass. (80 years one location.; 226t26tl6 IOR SALE A violin in splendid condition; Just used enough to make the tone good. Apply to John Morrison, 6 Laurel street Barre, Vt Mitt CHRISTMAS BARGAINS m rnpvrT..j all other band and orchestral instruments of best known makes. Karl H. Forsell, 13 Cliff street Montpelier, Vt, 'phone 2ft2. Pupils taught on all band instruments. Mgr. M. M. Band and Orchestra. 224tf FOR SALE Registered Berkshire hoar.. 4 to 8 months old. John P. Davis, Chelsea. Vt 220tl2 FOR SALE Loose hay fne hmu. n. .nu. E. Carleton. 21 Highland aveoua- Umhnni 441-11. " inatf FOR SALE Mixed aoft and hard nnA .,! 4-ft wood : alao stoneahed wood. N. II. N.u son. Merchant street Barre. Vt l0tf FOR SALE Wood and lumber. No. 1 wood. 12.80 cord ,- dimension lumber at reasonable prices. Fred E. Downing, tel. 811-4. 18t:f FOR SALE One large second-hand fur nace; used 4 years; steam coil and piping with it . Address "Furnace," Times office. 160tf Studebaker Juniors BUY THE CHILDREN A STUDEBAKER FOR CHRISTMAS We have them with wheels, bob-sleds, pole or shafts, and seat all complete. COME AND SEE A. W. ALLEN CO. New England anal Orange Cesnty Telephones SLEIGHS FOR SALE EXTRA NICE FARM, fully equipped with machinery and tools, only 1-8 mile te towa and I.ssiles te railroad: or will exchange for ranting property. 2-lu We have the beat value we have ever seen in Sleiirha. low-down comfort, doubly braced with 80 braces to stand strain and hard wear, and beautifully finished. When you ride In one you can look well and feel comfortable at the same time. Prices, SM.ee U f Pangs 828.88 Cease and See A. W. ALLEN COMPANY New England and Orange teanty Telephones FOR SAIE 8 800-AC RE TIM HER LOT. only a few mites froan railroad: down-hill haul; well timbered ; ana property ; part cash, balance ww; several smaller lots at very reaetmabic prtem t alae 2 extra good basineae propnrt. ttwne. i.'ltf lalesteaia Real Estate Caw 0t Jekaawary. Vt Fire Insurance I rtprefCT.t seven teen cf the lanrtft snl bft Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance CoTrparJes. Ask fcr rales. j. w. nnxoN sttae tWrm ', ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE LADIES Our very complete line of fur for the ea.son of 131 are now ready fcr your examination, and we would be pleased to have you rail and lock then over. f tate Mm t i rpen to oar t'.re, o do nt kt the accnery in the RlaHo bridge district lead you to bcl.eve we are net t;Tl do:r g buinea at the 1 ! ta'.d. We are hoirg fr excrf irr.tJ Huln JVal Ctt in Utet ft)k. You hrcld thrrn. Jv-roe estrmly ftyl ih Tur arid Muffs jct t at yr-u hive bfn wifhlng fr. Fur trir'rr.'rr" f'-r rAl i TtVyard at variuprirr. Int f frgt that r--wi the t ;r? ti hsve your furs rr paired. MKS. ELIZAIJLTII UCLAIR OIISTETRIC NUIISE MOM 18-81 84 ttamma fUrwst Mane, eras, at Tears est awf i ai, tstv .hm4 awe te give the twat ess i Nse ta mtdwife er saartot. nral nmm .MERCHANT TAILORING ato rtrrrwa r-wa- s A I sVL'Aiaid MOORE t OWEN'S lit art Mara fHeas Kar-w. a FOR RLNT-JIeaaee an Weestervtlie. 8SS i isrf FOR RENT-Howa. Maple avcawe. lit M. FOR SALE OR I.Xl HANCK Howse ta Raree Crta : we want farm, with stars. s.le er,4 rrsi. lSvtf PTiR SIF. atawdlear trees est SS-sirnt waarfbrt Hawtast street in Wiiliamsiwwa ; anil netl by seed ee lamp pnre. ev ea aha-wa .1 iant rrR mi., or rxi n.N(.r-84M .. pa eMi,it ee rta esrelvaieart ea thr tfiwyierrv -H be wremted mm nt iarw.1 for a tana af elMwt Tt arnaa sriib e-w fair aanWae : weie-r at turn, aod bera ; m weuid farm small bewae ta Hara .raniteille aw tmmUr. 21tf it. a. run r ro. 114 I Miles Rmt k. twere. Vt ' ONE-BEAM SLEDS Hardwood runners, white ash pole, elm bunks and beams, heavy shoes, well painted. ONE-HORSE AND TWO-HORSE POPULAR LOW PRICES COLTON M STATE STREET MOVrrFLIEl "Quality First" Team Harness "MADE IN NEW ENGLAND" "Don't bur a Farm r Team tlarnem till yea bare taken time te see Cwlteal tt pays." A new wrap fer a peer esw. COLTON 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER YleTghs SLEIGHS SLEIGHS COLTON "mstate sireet MONTrrurR WOUh WAMU) FEMALE HELP WANTED ri E P I' KT. C tUM t t-e.. et awsexi, eaa) i Miee. : lit Si ewe wv. ; -. fa I ..w-v T t-t. ex. Iwwt tmmias. Net. Ia a-i2.if t 4MI.li- f lam wvim sd M si'lKr: a ! rbilrtm-e s rU"hm trmmm. alra. J, A. V-a. nana It (srrw bwlxting SriHk ANTl.P--i-1 M bfce t-x SVeng Imasi, . "-a lnefe by SMte. te ' ." eere Tnnes aSre. t?.t tm . sw LLLAN LO L J . i ! mwvm I H1 he bal ta ..' -'. -. the a. t ,, .1 it. i-fclllMIIIUI ovr (i m, rw Mi, wen wii. ; ni airsiufc. t.uvw i,-m fal e tt I re.a-V. 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