THE HAH HE DAILY TIMES, HAHKK, VT., TUESDAY, DKCKMllHK 28, 101.5.
ABOUT THE STATE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST FROM
Lvman Alitor, wlio died n-ccntly In
Starknboro, U Burvived by three tuna,
five ilttiiglitrrd, 25 grandchildren, 2
great-grandchildren and one brother. ,
Nicholas Blow of Grand Isle recent
ly fell down notne cellar stairs and a
barrel of potatoes which he bad gotten
to the top step fell upon his leg, break
ing it above the knee.
Latoof Bersery of IHirlington, a mer
chant, has liled a petition in bankruptcy
with Cleii F. S. I'latt of the United
States court. His liabilities are $1,122.27
and he has asuets of $3,905, of which
$3,805 is claimed exempt.
Patrick Terrott, aired 35 years, re
ceived a fractured leg a few days ago
when he was struck by a .Rutland ran
road licht engine near North Denning
ton, whore be was working with a gang
of section men over whom he was lore
The ice has become thick enough a
Bennington to warrant pickerel fishing
and several winter fishermen are already
engaged in the sport on ponds about
Ilennineton county and eastern New
York. The Vermont law allows 10 bobs
to each fisherman, while New York gives
As a sc'i-iuti to relieve the scarify of
houses for hb population of Windsor,
the Kob-'isn Construction compa.iy :s
to build tvelve new houses. The plan is
that the buyer shall pay down 15 per
cent of the purchase price and make a
monthly payment of one per cent of
this price until the whole debt is ex
W. M. Richardson of Cavendish has a
whip which Is about 10 feet in length
and mounted with gold and otherwise
comnosed of ebonv. ivory and catgut. It
was made in England in the year 1876,
and given as a prize to a relative of the
former for . being adjudged the best
horseman in Boston. On it Is engraved
the king's portrait with dates, etc., and
Hazel Taylor, tho Quincy, Mass., girl
who disappeared from her home Dee. 13,
came to. llontpelier and stayed there a
few days, and departed from there Dec.
18, was located in Burlington Friday,
where she is employed at tho home of
Capt. J. A. Baer at Fort Ethan Allen.
Her father came from Quincy and after
making inquiries at Montpclier, sought
his daughter in Burlington. She refused
to return, with him and he left without
her.' HrZ Taylor wis sn elderly man of
refined' appearance. His daughter used
the assumed name of Louise Mrrey in
both Vermont cities.
,. At. M. Prentiss, for over 25 years con
nected with the passenger service of the
Rutland railroad at Rutland, and for
four years president of the Rutland
branch of the Brotherhood of Railway
Treinmen, has been appointed station
master in c'ihicc of the new union a
l:on at $ inston. Ho will ass!r:e b's
duties a i.-;t ti c middle of January. Mr,
prentiss wa hist employed as news
boj' on trj-n between R.itland and St
Albans, t'len hhs promoted to be freirl
brakemsn. His in xt promotion wa t
the positioi .if freight conductor and
then passe ier conductor. For the last
18 years he has been connected with the
'aggsge ind of the service.
ieware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
Brcnrr will auralr destroy th miH of smell
d eoouijletelr deraur tli whole erste) when
.taring It through th niaeou surface. Such
tine huaia nerer De eicepl on prearrip
rua from repatabl phyelMan, aa tht damagt
ley will da l M (old to th good yo eaa p
jbly derlr from them. Halle Catarra Cura,
lanufartured liy T. i. tlwney Co., Toledo, O.,
ntalua no mercury aod la take Interaaily.
eg direefly opon the blood and mucous eur
of the aystrm. In bating Haifa Catarra
be Mr jrm get tn genuine. It la takes
rernally and made In TnVdo. Ohio, by P. J.
baney at Co. Teetimoela. Ire.
Hold tr Pracstata. Frlr, TBe. per bottle.
Taka Hall's rami. rilla far cooitlr.stlon.
H. M. FARNHAM'S
53D DIG COMBINATION
I will hold my next big combination
auction sale of Horses, Cattle, Hogs,
Poultry, Sleds, Sleighs, Harness, Robes,
Blankets, Whips, Haltsrt, etc, on "
FRIDAY, DEC. 31, 1913
at 10 oYlork in the forenoon, at bit
eta Mi at Ufl Northfteld etrert. Mont-
fM Imt, Vt., 11 minute,' walk from the
wells River R. R. station. I haTw
cat load of
28 FRESH HORSES
jut in fn.tn the w ft Tliis is a fI
M f ftif-rsl purpos horn's btavy,
tra h-sy aini awtiiim weiirhta, aMime
pfA taira, JuM. what rtm want for tho
ltrfilr buinea. in fact, I ran fit y-u
wrt with a pd l-nn sirV or double
t-m tn fit art r.ln,-. I alo bate fr
tkia nal 12 frnod, all-around oorotMl -band
r-r- -f my own, and from
20 to 40 COMMISSION HORSES
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41 POWER LAUNDRIES
IN VERMONT IN 191
There Was ait Increase of Nine In Five
Years with Gain of $88,289 in
A preliminary statement of tho results
of the census of steam laundries in Vcr
mont lias been issued by Director Sam. L.
Rogers, of the bureau of the census, de
partment of commerce. It consists of
summary comparing the figures for 1!H9
and 1014, prepared under the direction of
Mr. William SI. Stewart, chief statist!
cian for manufactures.
The figures are preliminary and subjoc
to such change and correction as may bo
found necessary from a further exami
nation of the original reports.
Strictly speuking, laundries are not
manufacturing establishments, but the
laundry industry has grown so rapidly
and become so important in recent years
that an industrial census would not be
eomplet without statistics regarding it,
The statistics are confined to power latin
dries and do not include figures for hand
laundries using no power. As a rule.
establishments included were operated
by steam power and are known as steam
laundries, in some, However, steam ana
electric power are combined, and in oth
ers electric power is employed exclusive
ly, steam and hot water being used only
for washing purposes. The figures, there
fore, comprise all kinds of power Iaun
Summary of the Statistics.
Laundry statistics were first collected
in 1909 and comparison is made between
the figures for 1909 and 1914.
There were 41 power laundries in Ver
mont in 1914, of which 11 were in cities
having an estimated population of 10,000
or more, as follows: liurlington, 5; Rut
land, 5: and Barre, 1.
A comparative summary for 190!) and
11114 shows the number of laundries in
the state to have increased from 32 to 41
during the five-year period. All branches
of the industry show substantial gains
for 1914 as compared with 1909. In the
order of their importance, from a per
centage standpoint, the increases for the
several items rank as follows: Materials,
96.2 per centj capital, 61.8 per cent;
amount received for work done, 4S.5 per
cent; horsepower, 48.4 per cent; services,
46.6 per cent; and wage earners, 26.8 per
The capital invested, as reported In
914, was $233,682, a gain of $88,280, or
61.8 per cent, over $114,393 in 1909. The
average capital per establishment was
approximately $.5,700 in 1914 and $4,500
The cost of materials used in 1014 was
$03,214, as against $32,217 in 1909, the
increase being $30,907, or 00.2 per cent.
Ihe census inquiry does not include
mounts paid for miscellaneous expenses,
such as rent of offices, royalties, insur-
nce, ordinary repairs, advertising, trav
eling expenses, or allowance for deprecia-
Sahiries and wages in 1914 amounted
to $153,642 and in 1909 to $104,769, the
increase being $48,873, or 46.6 per cent.
Jn rJ14 the number of proprietors and
firm members was 49 as compared with
37 in 1909, while the number of salaried
employes increased from 6 in 1900 to 14
in 1914. The average number of wage
earners was 378 in 1914 and 299 in 1909,
the increase being 80, or 28.8 per cent.
The amount received for work done,
which is regarded as the product of the
establishment, was $.362,041 in 1914 and
1243,753 in 1909, the increase being $118,.
288, or 48.fi per cent.
cm, bought n ;ln.. new automobile, One
day be was pioudlf inhibiting it to some
1 1 lends, when (vie, tame along.
"I'm," remarked Jones, as he thought
fully sixed up the handsome machine,
-What 'a that thing on the sidet"
"That's a spare rim and a tire," an
swered tho promt (Smith. "We always
carry an extra one in case one of the
wheels goes wrong."
"Jes as 1 allure said," was the dimlani
ful response of Jones. "I've druv bosses
fcr nigh on fifty years, and I never had
to curry a spare leg fer one o them
yet." Philadelphia Press. .
K8TATK OF KOSK1XA 8. COOK
F. L. MILLIKEN & CO.
Stock and Bond Brokers
15 State street, Iloston
Established in 1890
New York and Boston Stocks bought for
cash or carried on margin
Despatches from the leading financial
agencies at our clients' disposal
Our Market Letter Devoted to
Baltimore & Ohio
B. F. Goodrich Co.
Will Be Mailed Free Upon Application
Correspondents of R. G. LATHAM, 66
Broadway, N. Y. Member of the Con
solidated Stock Exchange of New York.
SUta of Vermont, DlatrU-t of Waahiwrton, aa.
The Hiinoralila Probata Cuurt fur tha bia
To all ricntnna Intartaitfi) In tha antaU of
li.welln 8. C'wk, lata of Nntick, In tha atat
of Maarhuaatt, ritvntaed, leaving aaUtla In
till, .li.trl.-l, (iKEETINUi -
At a prl.ata court holder! at MontMIUr,
within and for an hi dlatrirt. on tha lath iluy of
DtYenihiM, an authanticataU ooy of tha Uat
will and tflatumwnt and tha probata tharaof
of Knaella B. Cook, Into of Natli k, In tha county
of Miihllnwix, in tha atala of Muaaai'huatta, du
cenaiid, l.ttvinif aUta in aaid dlatrict, rtuly
nrova.l. allowed and wUbll.hmi In tha probata
court for tha county and atuta aforcaaid, wan
prtventad to tha court hera, that the aama In-
atrumant may be allowed In thia .late aa tha
but will and teatament of the at. 1(1 decedent.
and that tha aaid copy may he fllad and re
corded in the prolate court for tha dlatrict of
WmhltiKUin, uforeaHUl, airrfleahle to the atatute
in auch ctu.ee made and Drovidtal:
And it ia ordered by aaid court that tha
5th day of January, at the probate
court oftlce in anid Montpelier, be aaaiicned
for all peraona Interested to appear an
eonteat the allowance of auch Instrument
and the filinc and recording of the copy of
aaid will, and tha probate thereof, aa afore
aaid, if they aee cauae; and that notice thereof
be given by publlahing thia order three weaka
ucceaalvely in the Uarre Daily Tlmea, a daily
newapaper pul.lmhed In aaid dlatrict, previoua
to the time appointed.
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear before aaid court, at the time and
place aforeaaid, and to contat the allowance
of tha aaid Inatrument and the filing an
recording of the copy of aaid will and tha
probate thereof, aa aforeaaid. if you have
(liven under ray hand at Montpelier, in
said district, thia 13th day of December, 1915,
J. MARTIN, Judge.
The annual meeting of the atocknhldvre of
Uie Quarry pSavinira liank A 1 rust ( oniany
will he held at the banking rwmia of aaid bank
In the city of Harre. Vermont, on Tuesday.
January IS, It. It), at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
eliwlion of ilirwtora for the enauing year and
for the tran.tt.llon of any. other business that
may properly come hrfore aaid meeting.
C. M. WII.LEY. Secretary.
Ilarre, Vt, Dec. 27, 1U15. 24U1S
BOYLSTON and EXETER STREETS
One block from Copley Sq. and
Public Library. Convenient to
Shopping and Theatre District.
All Outside Rooms. Excellent
Single Rooms $2, with Bath 92.50 and up
Double " 2.50, " " $3.50 " ,r
(Good Oarage 3 minutes' walk)
l C. PRIOR, MANAOgK
Two mlnutea from Back Bay Station
Ten minutes from North Station
ESTATE OF STEPHEN B. BLODGETT
The undersigned, having been appointed by
the honorable probate cm.rt for the district of
Washington, COMMISSIONERS, to receive.
examine, and adjust the claims and demanda
of all persons against the estate of Stephen
H. UlodKctt, late of Cabot, in said dm
trict, deceaaed, and all claims exhibited in offset
thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet
for the Durooae aforeaaid. at the town
clerk'a office, in the town of Cabot, in aaid
district, on the 6th day of January and
18th day of May next, from 1 o clock p. m.
until 4 o clock p. tn., on each of aaid days,
and that all months from the lttth day of
November, A. V. 115, ia the time limited
by aaid court for aaid creditors to present
their claims to ua for examination and allow.
Dated at Cabot, this 13th day of Decern
ber, A. D. 1916.
WILLIAM J. LONG,
trolortffinff to the I'aria Shirt Waist
House, in the Currier building, on
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29
at 7 o'clock p. m. Onn 10-ft. hoca8ej
1 8-ft. (showcase: 1 small showcase; 1
wardrobe case: 2 itnii 1 electric fan; 2
screetm; 1 tlenk; 1 larg plate-glaua mir
ror; 4 chairs; 12 wall forms; 130 hang
ers; 2 dress racks; 2 doeen corsets.
Kverything mut be closed out regard
less of cost, as the store ia to be vacated
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer.
John J. Murphy it In Hospital.
It was definitely learned Monday that
John J. Murphy, whose strange 'disap
pearance from Rutland Friday night, So
ember 28, has been very distressing to
a large number of people, ia in a hospi
tal In New Orleans, La. He is in the
care oi pnysiciana, ana it win be some
days before, he will be able to return to
his home in West Rutland. His brother-in-law,
Dr. John J. Dervin of Poult
ney, went South last Tuesday, on recent
of a telegram from him. This was the
first word heard from Mr. Murnliv aim
he left Rutland, althmiph ha had been
traced to Manchester, Xew York and
Pittsburg and w ecn on TVcember 1
by Richard H. Rome of Rutland at Co-
Iambus, O. Dr. Dervin found Mr. Mur
phy on his arrival in Xew Orleans last
Nedel rto Extras.
Down in (lie e- imon clover aone there
were tw la'r"f named Jones and
.cmith , reapect'vc'y. Jones was td. !
fashioned ant iuk to old fahinied
"ays, but S th. l-o was mr.r nol-
Bring in your
for the next sale
City Auction Market
0, H. HALE, il!M
I shall arrive from the West
with an express load of Horses
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24,1915
In this load are Horses suitable
for farming", lumbering", or light
er Horses for livery work.
Horses certainly will be high
er. Buy them now and get t.iem
acclimated for spring's work.
f We also have at this time ten
good using second-hand Horses,
taken in exchange for fresh ones
several good pairs in the lot
Will hold our 53d Combination
Auction Sale Friday, Dec. 31, '15.
H. M. Farnham
The Horseman Moatpellcr, Vt
Tha annual meetlna of the stnrkholdera of
the People's National Rnnk fit Harre wilt be
held at ita nankins: rooms Tuesday. January
11, 1018, at 111 o'clock a. m.. for tha purpose
oi elertlnir directors for the year ensuing ana
the transaction or any other buslneaa which
may properly come before said meeting.
Dated, Barre. Vt., Her. 11. 101R.
SiMtS!) W. C. JOHNSON, JR., Cashier.
The annual meetlnv of the Granite Mutual
Insurance Co. of Barre, Vt., will be held at
the home office of aaid company, tn the eity
of Barre, Vt., on Tuesday, January 4, 1916,
at 10 o'clock a. m.. for tha purpose of .lectins
directors for the year ensuing- and tha transac
tion of any other buainaaa which may properly
come before anid meeting.
it. G. ROBINSON, Secretary.
The stockholders of the Barre Savlnmi Bank
V Trust Company are hereby notified that their
annual meeting- for the election of directors
and the trnneaction of any other buslneaa that
may Welly some before them, will be held at
their banking: rooms on Tuesday, tha 11 th day
of January, next, at o'clock p. tn.
MAni J. WKIUHI, secretary.
Barre, Vt, Dee. 13. 1918. 23 It 21
FOUR LINES FOR 25c
The Tlmea will publish Wants. I-oet and
Found, for Sale. To Let, etc. short advJ
tlaemrnte at the rate of four llnaa for twenty,
five eenta for tha Aret Insertion and five cenia
for eanl subsequent Insertion
Anyone wiahlnc to buy or sell furma, vlllate
nruiMtrtv. huHinw nroijualtiona or. in fact, any
thing- in the line of real estate In Toiaihara vt
vicinity, will do well to communicate or rau
on Morrill Welch or West opsnam, ioyi
aicent fur the Caledonia Kual Kstula) Co., at nt.
Johnsbury, Vt. whose lists are complete ana
are now offering the following special bar
gains! Restaurant in town of S.UU0 popula
tion: extra mwd meat market uropoamon in
town of 10,000 population s another in town of
,oou; nice hotel at a very reasonaoie pri,
and a fine assortment of homes, and farmj
with and without atock and toola. 27tf
FOR SALE New houae. Just, finished, on
Kinir stnuet 7 wwma a I modern conveniences.
alao (-room rottaira on Summer street, newly
papered and painted throughout j very desir
able. McAllister Kent, AUirica uiock, r
llOAItll AND ROOM by tha day or week.
Apply at 26 West street lima
TO ItKNT- Downotnlra tenement on Mount
streU Inquire of Arthur W. McNeil at A. V.
Abbott's store. Z4t3
TO RKNT Five-roora uaptalra tenement In
ood rciwiri Berlin street Jnuuir of Canton
brothers, 241 if
8JIED ROOM TO RKNT Present firm will
vacate Jan. 1. Louia Da Bloia Granite Co.
OFFICE ROOMS TO ni.:VTAfte J.n i
formerly ocruniud hv Paris Khlrt w.i.l II.,.,..,
alao store formerly occupied by C. N. Keiiyon
to. Apply to It. B. Currier. 288tf
TO RKNT A small LenBment at A1U Nnrtk
Main street Imiiure of Paul Kingston at the
premises after 4. Tel. S'Jo-lg. 286lf
The annual meeting of the atorkholdera of
the Granite Savings Bank & Trust Company
will be held at the banking rooms of said bank
In the city of Barre. Vermont on Tuesday,
January 4, 1916. at 2 o'clock p. m., for the
election of director for the enauinir year an
for the transaction of any other busmeaa that
may properly come before anid meeting.
CHAS. H. WI8HAHT. Secretary.
Barre, Vt. Dec. 14, 19-.5. Decl4-21-28
Landi School of Music
Pupils Taken for Violin. Piano, Harmony
Orchestra for AU Orcaslona
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. nt., 1 to 5 p.
Monday, 1 to I p. m.
Thone 71-J 2d Floor Front Mil Brick Blk.
MR8. EDWIN W. BRTJCB
Teacher of Violin and Mandolin
Stadia. IS Nelson St Thone I0J-M
I. A. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS
Established 25 years One low price to all.
based upon the moat economical business meth
ods It's a trustworthy place to buy Piano.
as npauldtnc Ht, Harre, Vt. Phon 4-1
DR. G. L. T. HAYES
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES
PECTJLIAR TO WOMEW
OFFICE HOURS i J to 4 p. m.
Tueaday, ' Thursday, and Satur
day: alao by appointment
14 and II BUnchard BnUdinc Telephone II
DR. W. K. MACKAY
Office, Room 11, Aldrich Block
Office in lata Ne. II Until Janaary t
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
Gfflca n Roesa II, Mns BaUdtng
Office Honrs t a. m. to 12 m. and 1 :S0 to 4
p. nu. Moo dir. Tueaday, Thursday and Friday
it's cold and dreary this winter, if the interior of your
home ia bright and attractive with fresh PAINT,
VARNISH and WALL PAPER. Let us help you
make it ? o.
A. V. BECKLEY
Thone rS9-W t't Dti tw.) 45 Main Strwt
H. S. CARVER, 31. D.
SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE CH IN TO
ELECTRO-TB ERAPKCTIC AL AND
Hears 1 te It a. aa.t I III and T ta i p. aa.
Ph.n. I-W Hom 14, Aldiirk Bid.
J. J. DASIINER
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Offers Something New
NO. ?0'JirF Pf.EASANT MONEY-MAK-
INO FARM, ONLY IH MILES HtOM BARRE
CITY : 60 acres; 25 acres very productive till
age, balance pasture and woodland ; no hand
mowing: small sugar bush! nice fruit orchard.
young orchard of 40 Macintosh Reds ! 'rn'
keeps 20 head of atock ; extra good barn, wen
lighted, clapboarded and painted, basement un
der all ; ailo, hone barn with stalls and 2
box stalls : very good 10 -room house with bath
and 2 fi replaces, both in good condition: water
at houae and barn : Vj mile to school ; H mile
to creamery: present owner aella milk to milk
dealers; an eaa) job rmyinz $500 per year
toe with thia farm; with thia farm you get 9
g-ood cows, 2 heifers coming 3, i 6-montns-oia
heifers. 1 nr. horseM. 40 tons ensilaue. 25 tons
hay, 250 to S00 baskets husked corn, b5 bushels
oats, and all tools; thia is a very desirable
farm aa an investment and aa a hum. 2Hltf
NO. 293 55-ACRE FARM; about 80 acre
machine-worked tillage; balance pasture and
woodland; on main road from North Mont
pelier to Plainfield : I minute trom v. u. ;
miles from R. R. station ; near creamery and
saw-mill : U, mile to school : farm keeps 15
cows; 1 lame barn, clapboarded and painted
corn barn ; silo : horse barn with S stalls : very
orood 7 -mom house ; water at house and barn
with thia farm you et 9 cows, I yearling
heifers, 2 6-montha-old heifers, 1 horae, about
60 hens, and all toola and crops ; the price on
this farm ia very reasonable. 23Hf
TENEMENT TO RKNT-In r.e.ni. hlnek I
opposite City aijuare; heated If dtsiirud. Inquire
(ranite Savings Hank. 233tf
TO RfcNT Tenement of 5 rooms near
Emails Greenhouse, Montpelier road; few
minutn' walk from Jontn Bros.' B. B. ack
on, 'phone 404-11. 224tf
TO RENT A 6-room tenement In good
repair near Jonea Hrothera ahed. Inquire of
Canton Urothera, Barre, 222tf
TO ' HINT-Store with fixture; comer of
North Main and Merchant atreeta ; storeroom
" '"J' nt to New Park theatre; 2 atoriea,
20x58; electric lights: steam heat Apply to
Charles Zanleoni. Barr, Vt 222tf
TO RhNT 8-room tenement on Main street;
good for barber shop or shoe store; electric
lights, eity water, ekieet and cellar. N. E.
Phon 178-18, J. N. McLellan. S16tf
FURNISHED ROOM with all mnHern eon.
jeniencea, wiih or without board; in private
family. 12 Eastern avenue. 1K6U
FOR SALE Established monumental busi.
neaa; reason for selling, poor health; good
location, surrounded with 6 city cemeteries.
Apply by letter to "R. O. M.(" at thia office.
For particulars. Inquire of
J. J. DASHNER
Real Eitat Agent Barre. Vt
Rooms 8, (. 19, Howland Bldg. Tel.
You Will Be Pleased
With These Listings
GOOD HOMES SELDOM ONE CAN GET
SO MUCH FOR THE MONK!
NO. 248 ELDERLY MAN MUST SELL
only $1,000.00 required to secure thia 12-cow
farm, all equipped with toola, crops, 1 horse.
2 cowa, pure bred Jersey heifer, about 20 pul
let, mowing machine, rake, plow, harrows.
aleigh. aleda, harnesses, bore wagon, buggy,
nunsr. corn slanter. home hoe. weeder, etc.
alao dairy toola and sugar tools ; nearly 80
acre of land. 25 acre of which ia tillage;
augar orchard of 400 to 500 trees, plenty of
fruit; good water; extra good 8-room house
with 2 open fireplace, aome narawooa noors,
good horse bam, comfortable atock barn with
huMnMit! Incatwi os arood road 8 miles from
village and station and I mile to Montpelier;
might consider an exchange for cheap city or
village property: pnc. 2,uu.u, wnicn ia
$500.00 leas than the property la worth. 282tf
M. J. WHITCOMB .
Calls answer) preaptly day ar night
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EAldT HARRE. VT Taleph.n. IJ(.
WIIXIAMbIOwN, VT-laUohMk I8I-1
MRS. ELIZABETH LaCLAIR
14 Saaiaier Sir Barre, Varaaaat
Year of experianr hare prepared an to
giv th best serine in midvif r obtt
ALSO CLF-ANTHfl. PRESf.
iU AKU U.rAiiONa
MOORE & OWENS
III Nrt Main Itrswt warn, Virasial
B On rarrlAar far reetiarting tarae R
B batteria i In ewaditaoa Maaaf- jm
S ta.rd by th Waa-nev EWtnr ( I
B Keswn for :!tni as H ar targ H i
Q eMnigh t ear for evr tweiaiaad bavt- H '
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II Tat. ' tl . Matn Pi.. Ksrr Q
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, situated on a large
lot on a good street : ia now used for 2 fsmi-
the owner living upstairs, rente the first
floor for enough to pay all th tan. wtr
rent insurance, etc.. and Ua a good sum
besides ; bouse haa porch on aid and across
front; electric light, bath, etc.; good cellar.
Price, $2,600.00. 2tf
NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE In central location;
ranted at 118.00 : th owner want to dispose
of thia before Jan. 1 ; will make a good, medium-priced
home or a good investment Price
FARM Equipped with S row, horse, tools
and erona. for 1.800.u0: 80 acres of land.
which lay amooth and exceptionally produc
tive; haa the reputation of being on of th
beat producing farm in thin aectloD : comfort
able houae and bam ; all ready for Immediate
income: tha first offer of $1,600.00 takes ev
WANT TO MAKE $J.00.90 ? Buy this
farm and hold tt for a few years ; th property
w refer to la located just outside the city
limit and a few minute' walk to some of
the largest atonesheds tn the eity; about 90
acre of good land, nearly all of whirh lays
well and will be in demand for building site
soon ; will keep It head and team, and ia now
equipped ; there ar 80 acre in productive i
tillage; 20 aere wooded and balance pasture:.
sugar bush and fruit orchard : good, comfort
able 9-room houae : bam ia alao very good :
on of the beat farms in thia section ; good
mad eummer and winter: the owner would
Ilk to aell thia month and oTers all. Includ
ing 11 cowa. 4 head of young stock, pr. heavy
horse, driving hor, hotrs, hens and tools,
most of which ar new, all fodder, etc.. for
45-ACRE FARM only 1H mile from the city
on main road: dandy aet ef building; large
houae with ide porch: modern ham with
batement, clapboarded and painted ; excellent
water: a good email farm which can be bouelit
for lea than th buildings cost Price,
tOR SALE A good second-hand sleigh at
a low price. Can be seen at 63 Brook street,
or telephone 276-4. 24 H3
FOR SALE Cross-cut aw, odda and end
Cf harneasee. eu-., at 83 Washington atreet
FOR SALE Jeruv rmn ki.k I
freeh a few weeks; will exchange for young
stock or shoat. Cumming Dairy Farm, 'phon
, ,9iL8ALEne -y--oll co't. weighs about
LlOO lbs. ; 1 2-yr.-old colt, weigh about 800
lbs. : also 1 sucker; also a corn harvester; 6-h,
p. Abnakl gasoline engine; B. L. K. milking
machine: thia machinery in good working or.
der ; must be sold witbin a week ; reason for
selling, bought farm and nml th
Marshall G. Lamson, Williamstown. VL 240t
FOR SALE-1 bay hors. X ve. ih
1,160 lbs. 1 Stand without hitehincr- ti'nJ
safe for lady to drive ; good worker. Eastman
Brother. . esstf
FOR SALE Beets, earrofa,
nip and cabbage: alno m.nir.1, .h .V. v.
bag for poultry. J. E. Mitchell, Market Gar.
dener, fl. F. D. No. 2. 'uhona 1H2-1. -
FAMILY moving out of town h, n.irf
$261.00 on a $400,00 upright grand piano : you
pay balance $119.00 and it is your. The Gibba
Piano Co.. 71-78 Main afreet. ..;u '
Mas. (80 years on location.) 226t6tlt
CHRISTMAS BARGAINS IN rnn'CT9,nJ
all other band and orchestral Instruments of
Dest anown make. Karl il. ForselL 13 Cliff
stret, Montpelier, Vt, 'phon 2ol. Pupil
taught on all band instrument. Mgr. M. M.
Band and Orchestra. rutt
FOR SALE Mixed soft and hard wood and
4-ft wood ; also stones hed wood. N. M. Nel
son. Merchant atreet Barr. Vt lBOtf
FOR SALE Wood and lumber. No 1 wnad.
$2.50 cord ; dimension lumber at reasonable
price. Fred E. Downing, tel. 611-4. 166tf
FOR SALE On larg second-hand fur
nace ; used 4 years; steam coil and piping
with it Addreae "Furnace." Time otflc.
Fur Coats $16.00
Fur Coats 18.00
Fur Coats 20.00
Fur Coats 22.00
Fur Coats 23.00
Fur Coats for Women, Too
COLTON 4 STATE STREET
TOTT WTT.L WANT TO TOOK
OVER -JUST TELL I S WHEN.
THE I. A. PFRRY FSTATE AGENCt
Keen I and . De aand-t v Hldg.
Sleiffhs and Sleighs
OLD COMFORT SLEIGHS
FAT MAN SLEIGHS
COZY CORNER SLEIGHS
COLTON 4 STATE STREET
LOST AND FOUND
FOR RENT Hou vi Wefcstervill. $ no
FOR RENT Hon. Maple avenwa. $lf 09
LOST- Friday night between 6 Wet atreet
and Smith A CumintV store. ioktbook and
am of money. Finder rleaae lesv at The
Time office. 241l2
LOST - The r.arty that took a black fur roet
from Jon A Nve's stable Thuraday, Iter. 2.
la requested U return the earn at ome and get
thetr ml, to aave further trouble. 41U
IXIl'ND- ) South Main areet a brow a
rt) 1.I tut "tMJ.. ' j r,,. trwaer ra. h. me b, prnvlng
Rrr City; . waat farr. with stork, .no py,nlr in, then ad at Th Ttm
FOR 4I K Vending t
wnodlot vff Rartatt atreet la
4 -r r
will aell hr ewrd r ramp pnc. m sh.-e. OT ln th v trinity of Lombard ham. ker aed
. . . . ie.ii . dring I moer tMeawe fv-tarn to u M . W V.it-
rnn FAI.K n yi( Hrf.e:-I4n ,b oe nd rrv. reward, or Hert Pr4
parwKtt or ra eoul-alewt tn wher iwwperty ; w ,t M,r.hf.eld or Mrs. May TiMi at riaHw
will be erer'ted aa ravmevt for farm t aij ,.,..
ar smvi .a a tea wa pnne vair snKninn :
ruftnia wate-r at Wr aws and Ksr ; wr would
evehenew farm fe awtall haajee I rlarea
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Wfh Boiler, tnd Tuht. Ccrpf TcsitttV, nJ Tetpo.
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