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TIIK llAllRK DAILY TIMES, BAHUE. VT.. TUKSIMV,' MATIC1T 5, 1018.
7 1 ABOUT THE STATE ArrcNWcs or INTEREST thou DirrCRENT SECTIONS D Somewhere in the U. S. A. D Th RraMlrbnro Pally TWormrT bn U sixth J ear March I. J. J. Fonton & Co. of Bi'llow Kail rclfbratml their IlOth miniviTry in me tlolJiing buninof in that place lt A 12-r.ound HukIit was born Feb. 27 ! in .Mr, ana air. t uimni .rum? -i Nirth Frrriburii. ThU U their Uth child, I'i of whom are living. Th aupar situation w amnrwlat r lifved in KutlHiid the last of the week but by Saturday it waa practically ira poaaible again to find any in the city. A Are in the home of Dr. C. F. Pall of Rutland Sunday caueed a ! of $lfii)0. It started from a patent ath remover which connects with the stove and ecl lar. Mrs. Julia, IT. Catlin-Park, widow of the late Trenor L. 1'ark of Hr-nninirton, was married recently at Cine, France, to General laulicb, commander ot inc 37th corps of the French army. Mark Albee attempted to draw a load of wood down a hill in Townxhend a few days ago, but it proved to lie more . 1 I 1 1 I I J lL man nm oxen coum noia ana iney ran ayainHt a tree, breaking the neck of one ox. Forty-eicht of the DO enlisted men who went "from t'aledonia county to Camp Greene 10 days ago, are at home again, rejected by "the doctors at the training camp, the majority of them were rejected on account of their teeth. One of the fastest trips on record be tween riattsburg, X. Y., and Burlington was made Saturday when Frank P. Mur phy did the distance in 35 minutes in his ice boat. The distance covered is about 30 miles, so the boat went nearly a mile a minute. ! I I I NTfffe ItkJ mm. 1 i : i i . 1 1 . . 'Mi m ! i m in u i . . in i i ssTt-n l v . ' i , i , 1 1 ' -j' ii . ' S I ' ' ' I I I It fi-' Z&?t. "VVl 111 ZM ' Four Lines for 23c Th Time will publish Wtru. Vmt s4 Found, for Dal, To Let, . hart mint ttnta for th Aral Inwntun and B'S teals lor ' MrN sulMrniiffftt lnnioit. TO KENT FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOIl SALE HOUM IN JAl KSUN HI II.IMNU TO Kr:N t H HAI K I'.lr draft bon.i, iM Nu. Si nnrly luhlrd an 4 hrall 1 runninc 1.t; pair waivhing f.Sou, mairhni snHmva, grsui " r"'r nw nrnmj nuiwa, imu w, Jl. H.a a. TO KENT A aU.rm.m rottass at 104 Kn. Main trw rra.ly arW Marrh Ultil ri'lr a J'tiar Mammal, tu Wtllinstun ( FOR ftAI.R - Sir hamlv iialr r.r ,m lnuik atwra; Inulr i.f II. JS. Unt, flainri.1.1. Or. i oiiasa si if niver siram i a HMALL KAI1M I'dH KALK Naar clly moiri Inguira si 1 Uulaiid snu. Svmif i- TO UrNT rooms I W. f. Howland, I DivUtuo aL Rev. W. R. Rhaw of Salem, X. Y.. has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Advent Christian church in Kutiana ana has already commenced work there. The Rutland church has been wiinout a min ister for three months, or since the resig nation of the pastor. Rev. C. M. hea mans, who went to Boston. J-J7U, rOK HAIK -Drown mara, aala fur woman drive, not afraid of aiitihitm i ..t TO KKNT- lowiutelra lanmtmt at 41 Park 'oiword buniry, lltht runrrui kaui.n. two dnv. VOI'B 'liAVirr ia iu rlMAnA Hlrh r. nwnai. furnara heat. eltri! Ilnhi. harnai, to n.llar and hame harneaata : tevendenra. Farm land. Ill is ISO sa arr V- r Zl i 1 W' P- lur "CMrfamVrnM'odi TO KKNT Warm tanementi runnir. water! KOr'sauC-b. 4-yeaiw.ld Morsaji mar. Improvrmenl.. peranaal Drorertr sr llv. Sloek. rn-Pl elrret. Harr.. 7tf , MI-21. Good maikrui. rhutrhaa, a, aoola. rooda. tola. u-vt y..ki i. ,. u.r Dhana t.Mn.. .1, .ad llv.tWck! TO KENT-tonahed. rad to orcur Mar. prove It filial hom Wr.' lar. c.rtiflrat-i. '".. c.v,le. , prlr Write for frae bookleta. Allan Cameron. Gen. . "Itams. J Aeerlll atrooi. eral Buiwrlnundenl, Land Braneli." taaadtan I I'arlfle Kallwsr. 474 Ninth avenue. Cataarv, Alberta. Only $1,200! TO KENT -Tenement of 6 rooma, ranlry. bath and woodahed i Inquire al 1 I'leaunt atreeti E. L. Deiumora. X4lf K()R KAI.E-7-XKim Mttajra Mn.l Mra. A iwvh. all ranvrnlrnrra and fnl'hcd In hard - i aian large nM-n and fruit trm hrn. nouae; a harvain for aoir.rbodjr j rail at IT Deacon etrert or UL 424-4. i'7tf :".'if FARM AND OARDKN SKEDS KOR SALE Alao flcmrrt and fruit treaa : all plant and P1" a rood famine next win- TO RENT Teneramt to rent at 131 No, I Main afnM. II . , a-.ta UAk U.ln itrntf Iff! J. T. f ) 1 . .. k . A t I ' l. . .. . for a two-famllr houas and rlvo aerea of ,, n hL fM.fil74.VV ' ' " ""'?.?.": . . . . n . . - I 1 1 rmirea tana, aituasa one rnua irovn r""'- olTIra, arltuol and alation. near elone fhena Trt HINT . iti and mllU. on .lertrlo tar Una-and aUte rvad ignnUar, ,twt . room., bealdea pantry In Waterbunr. Vt This propertjr ean he .nd woodroom: Inquire of L. H. Thurston. HI bought for email payment down and baL, to un,inr. ,r. .. voi. aun purcnaecT. lnia ia a great rntnni ior soma on aa the projrty will pay for itaelf. Writ K. J. liana. 41 Clark elm. Burling ton, Vt gmlO "Gets-It" 2 Drops- Then to the Dance! Thomas Hunter, aged 75 years, who lives m tastleton, is in a serious condi tion as a result of an experience through which he passed last week. He had been ill and it is supposed was left somewht dazed, for he walked all night Feb. 28, going from Castleton to .South Walling ford. At that place a man recognized him and took him to his home. Mr. Hunter's hands and feet were frozen and he appeared to have fallen in the water, or he may have lain down beside the road and fallen asleep. The ladies' aid society of the Brattle- boro Methodist church has conic into possession of an old album quilt which was made at the time the present church was built, in 1881, to help in raising money. It had been in possession of Rev. D. E. Miller, pastor of the church "Goodnight to Corn Pains Corni Peel Off with 'Gets-It.' " "Say, girli, you ean laugh at tight ahoea, or damp, rorn-iMillintr weather, big bumpy corns, eallomea on tha eolea of your feet, eorne be twecn the toe, hard and soft coma, II you win just touch the com or rallou with a few It's All Of With This Fierce Corn New 'Gets-It' Ia Magic" drops of 'Geta-It.' What a blpnaed relief it eivca to corn pain I You won't limp any TOPSIIAM Topsham creamery paid its patrons 53 cents for January butter. Mr. Hattie B. Sawyer and Mrs. C. E. McLam attended the Red Cross meeting at Kant Corinth last Tuesday. . Dr. Xathan Caldwell of (Jroton was called to see Mrs. Jessie McKay on Wednesday. J. C. Lang was a business visitor at Grot on on Thursday. Dr. Hudxon of Ksst Corinth was called to see O. N. Merritt last Thursday, OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH Tktw To Get Relief When Tiead and Piotse are Stuffed Up. Count fifty! Your cold in head or ca tarrh disappears. Your clogged nostrils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. So more snuffling, hawking, mucous dts- Mr an.l Mra f:.r,rr. Hull have re- charge, dryness or headache: no strug- cpivel worrl from their son. Lewis, that Rting for breath at night. he and Eugene Hood arrived safely at Get a ems.ll bottle of Ely's Cream at that time, until his death at Concord, I more ; you can enjoy the dnnce every minute. N H., when it was returned to the Brat-(Then to nee how that corn or calloua will tlol.orVi ,,l,iir,V, Almio- th rtr nf lha comB ngnt off f"iPetc. hke a banana peel tleboro church. Along the edge or tneand wjthout thc p.in, , Just wonderful. CJUlIt IS a band of White Where the names -Geta-If 1 the biggmt atller among corn re of practically all the parishioners of the mover In the world to-day, eimply became it church are recorded, each person paying wonderfully nimpie snd alway work. 1Q cents for the privilege. It was j , you Ceu-U through Mr. Millers influence that the,;ay no more than ?.5 cent a bottle.) or It will present church was built, although he'tw sent direct by E. Lawrenc at Co., Chicago, preached in it only one time and then was assigned to another field. February Weather. W A. Shaw, meteorologist in charge of the Northtield station of the United States weather bureau, reports a mean temperature for February of 14 degrees, which is three degrees below the normal temperature for the month. The highest was 67 degrees, on the 20th, and the lowest was 24 degrees below zero on the .5th. The greatest daily range was 5!) degrees, on the 20th, and the least daily range was eight degrees on thc 7th. The temperature was below zero on 10 of the .i!8 days m the month, the precipita tion (rain and melted snow) amounted ; to 2.05 inches, the normal for the month being 2.26 inches. The precipita tion included 0.4 inches of snow and t here were 13.6 inches on the ground at the end of' the month. The prevailing wind was from the south, the total movement 6,161 miles, the average hour ly velocity 9.2 miles, and the maximum ; velocity 48 miles per hour, from the southeast on the 2Gth. The month was made up of four clear, five partly cloudy and 19 cloudy days. Precipitation in quantity sufficient to measure occurred on 13 days. A solar halo was noted on the 14th and a lunar halo on the 23d. There waa a thunderstorm on the luth and sleet fell on the 19th. ill. Sold In Barre and recommended aa the world' beat corn remedy by Cummins V Lewia. Adv. WAITS RIVER James Dodge is visiting his mother, Mrs. Sadie . Dodge. O. V. Downing, who is sick with a com plication of diseases, remains very low at thia writing. Several from thia place were Barre visitors Saturday. A very pleasant surprise was given Amah Cunningham at the village hall Saturday evening, the occasion being her 20th birthday. All reported a good time. The entertainment, aale and dance giv en at West Topsham Friday night, for the benefit ef the Ked Cross, was well patronized by this place. iranlc Downing of Topsham spent Sunday and Monday at the home of his lather, O. v. Don Ding. ; On Friday evening, March 8, there will be an entertainment in the village hall for tha benefit of the local Red Cross society. All people interested are re quested to contribute ot the auction sale which will be held at the close of the entertainment. The services of F. J. Ackcrman of Vershire have been secured aa auctioneer, as the society already has in its possession a four-month-old Jersey heifer of the well known Davis farm, do nated by W. K. Davis, alao wood, apples, potatoes and fowls have been contribut ed. F!eae come and bring your dona tions to help this good work en in our little community. NORTH RANDOLPH E. A. Fitts is at home for a few days. A. J. Durkee is recovering from the grip. George Cain is at home after being in the sanatorium four weeks. . Richard Savage went to Boston Sat urday with a carload of livestock. Louis Hayward finishes work for Frank Richardson March 13 and will move onto Will Rtuz' farm. Arthur move onto Will Rutz' farm. Arthur the coming year. Grange program for Friday evening: Music, grange; recitation, Clara Perham ; reading, "How to Treat thc Egg Eater"; poultry notes from a successful poultry raiser, Sadie Boyce of Brookfield; in strumental music; recitation, Margaret Taft; story of a day's work with poul try, Mrs. F. E. Richardson; poem, "To the Men at Home"; discussion, "Can Poultry Raising Be Made Profitable at the Present 1 rice ot l-ccd? 11. W. Ben nett; report of the address on poultry raising given by Prof, l.cggett at the farmers' meeting, James Wheatley; ra tions for the poultry used by the agri cultural school; discussion, "Shall We Hatch Our Own Chickens or Buy the Day-Old Chicks?"; poem, "The Hen"; music, grange; social hour after grange meeting, in charge of committee. Vancouver, Wash., on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Dr. G. W. Darling of South Rvegate was called Friday to see P. J. McNa- mara. Mil's Ida Mac Hall has been poorly during the past week. Mrs. George Gibson,, who has been spending some time with her mother, Mrs. X. E. Dickev, returned to her home at East Thetford on Monday. Sirs. Raymond Page of Groton, who han been caring for her sister, Mrs. Cleveland Hood, and infant daughter, re turned home Wednesday, and Miss Grace Dennis, a trained nurse, is her successor. There were 15 ladies present at the Red Cross meeting last Saturday, at the home of Mrs. P. J. McXamara. Several from here attended the drama and sale, for the benefit of the Red Cross, at West Topsham last Friday evening, j Mr. and Mrs. John Hood and daughter, Harriet, of East Bsrre, Mrs. F. P. Gale of Barre and Arthur White of West Topsham were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White last Saturday, all taking a hike across lots from West Topsham on snowshoes. Balm from your druggist and apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream in your nostrils. H penetrates through every air passage of the head, soothing and healing the swollen or inflamed mu cous membrane, giving you instant relief. Head colds and catarrh yield like magic. Don't stay stuffed -up anil miserable. Re lief is sure. Adv. FOR BALE My home plac. hirated In Granltevlll. within I to f minutes' walk to choala, atore. poatomra, ehurchea and ouar. riea; houa haa 12 lar room, never-faillnc water: larva double lot with barn and hen houaa, and lanr outer hed ; 10 tar shad tree ; Blent of room for a nlr rarden ; alao 1 lumber waaon with nol and chafta. box body and hay rark j Concord buicay i pair of llirht 1 hora sleda with body: new cunt : harneaaee of all kind, double and ainal: nlr youna cow, 20 Ayrs street, tel. lot of Blue Andaluaian hen, plow, harrow, cul tivator! ; thi property will b old right, aa I want tn return to Connactirut Aoril I : call and talk it over with ma. and w can do buai. nasi, aa I hav th food.; W'alur Delville. TO KKNT Five-room tenement en Cmp treet, S14: Mrs. Edith M. Carr. STUtf TO RENT- Downntalra tenement at 5S No. Main atreet, all modern tmprnvementa ; Inquire nf Mr. Jamee A hern, 41 Eaat street, telo phon S46-W. I66lf TO KKNT Six-room flat. Id floor, S Fory1h place! hot water, electric liahta, r 1 E. L Smith, No. 17 West etrtet. 2ltf KOR RALE Maplevrcat Karni, ttock and tool ; formerly known aa th K. C. Little farm ; 160 arras mora or laaa. suitably divided and vt. y fertile; well watered, plenty of wood and lumber: ona of the bast farma In this vi cinity: house in excellent condition, with mod ern Improvement ; good barn with basement nd iilo: running water at houa and bam: D. V. Sum. Granltevlll. Vt 2SM12 TO RENT De'rable umUIr tenement! all modern convenience ; vacant Feb. 1 j apply at 2SS.M. 25tr TO RENT (tlx.mom eottara In aood loca. tlon : ingulre of Harold I Ills, 'phon 60 or 3-4. mtf t'J.'tf FOR SALE -Knot and tho repair hop: well storked, equipped with modern Improved machinery, doina a ood buslrioMj eitablUhed for SI years: compelled to aril, hcina In th draft a: for other particular Inquire or writ; Alfonso Damora, Lyndonvilla, Vt. 2!Hit4e FOR SALE Or eirhanir fnr farm, houa of S rooma and oantrv : also ham and hen hou. situated In South barre: In or 12 acre of land adjoining : varase; Inquire of A. O. Comstork, Mouth Harr; tel. S47-J. SDtit FOR SALE Cray home, alrlvh. entire outfit; all In eood condition; apply to ""no Kcsiirta, r.asi liar re. Vt. . mtf TO RENT Tenement on Camp atreet, va cant mov. zu; inquire at Mom a Jackson coal office, or of Mra. Frit Jackion. lsutf Purchase That Home Now! With Increased waxes commencing loon. tart paying-1 The prices on the properties listed below are less than reasonable; they are low. EIX-ROOM HOUSE with wide norrh on front and side ; 2 large plate glaaa windows ; rooms are very plraaant and conveniently ar rantred . heat. luht. plumbing, etc., extra good cellar; good garden and lawn; a good SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT On Church tract: apply to Dr O. G rllirknry. 16-'H FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED AT ONCE-Houaekeeper on farm I '4 ml. from Harr In family of 2 grown per sona ; inquire of R. E. Churchill, barre, R- D. Mo. S. 2MtJ HOUSEKEEPER WANTED By widower with 2 children ; good economical cook, and to take good care of children; must b between th ares of 40 and 60: on who can furnish good reference; a good home for the right on; addreaa lock box 08, Gayeville. Vt. 2Mt WANTED Young women for a large textile manufacturing company in Connecticut; we ateady work noe.lusV-thegh'r,". "and 'KudVbSTt -0, terma of payment can be had. kt us ow . ,j hnm. ft.h-) ., ri'RE-BRED HOLSTEIN COW FOR SALE Her S nearest dams avrravMl hn,I, "4 M. of butter for 7 days; a granddaughter of A gie Cornucopia Joanna Lad. with 111' A n rt daughters; ah is 4 yeara old and m Jun4 '. will take young stork or poultry in exchange or part payment; inquire of D. A, Perry. 13rr- mtA FOR SALE Upright Harvard piano. In good condition : price very reasonable if taken at once; for particular address "Tiano," rare Ttmea oftire. 2&IU6 J,W2SPKED SPRING FRAME MOTOR CYCLE -Great bargain; Hi or trade for any thing; Pope Co.. 20 Northampton atreet, Boa. ton. ,Mt rOR SALE 100 I4-nt. galvanized aap buck etoi. used but little, and 1 l'x!lxl4-in. gal. sugar. mg-olT pan with arch complete, nearly new; also wanted to hire 10 to It onla of 4-ft. wood cut f rnm eerond growth : a good chance J. Barton Pike, Mamhfield. Vt 2SU!f FOR SALE 1B1K FirH n.in. ... good condition, very cheap price for cash ; in quire 46 Berlin it. 29t H. M. FARNHAM'S 85th Combination Auction Sale you thi I HOUSE. BARN and lot en Highland ve nue, owned by non-resident, who want to close out within the next 20 days. STEAM-HEATED (-ROOM HOUSE with good large lot near Ayer street; a splendid home in good section ; would cost nearly 13, M0 00 to build; price IJ.7u0.00, f 1,000.00 or lea down. FORTY-FIVE-ACRE FARM about 6 mile from Barre and 4 milea from Plainfield. on a plendid road : equipped with 7 head of atock. pr. homes, all tools, crop, etc. : price $2,800 ; the tillage land lays well and is very produc tive; brick houie. 2 barns and tool shed; cream team : R. F. D. and groceries delivered at door; near neighbors: it is a good chance for anyone and is sure to be worth more; the maple tugar icuon will soon be here; let us tell you about some of the farms that the in- com from thi soure will pay for. condi tions ; a good horn furnished young women with board and room at reasonable ratea and houses supplied to famines; write for partic ular: box 461. Barre Times. 2i)Stf WANTED A competent girl for general housework ; snr.y at 5 Pleasant street, Mont pelicr. Vt : tel. 99-W. 286tf PUPIL NUR3ES WANTED Youn women to train aa nursea at the Barre City Hospital: addreaa or apply to Superintendent, Barr Cily Hospital. Barre. Vt 168tf FOR SALE Tno rrl.tnt i-:.,. - calves at verv munn,ha ..-j. for!e1Vl, " you 'h: ' 8-yr!-old Guernsey uuii. one or uie neat Individuals you ever saw, very gentle, safe and lure; tuk about his breeding; it's great: A. T. Smith & Son. Barre. Vt : tel. 604-M. 2ltf FOR SALE A good-siied work hone: fast walker: will .oil cheap, or would exchange for stock or a driving horse; J. J. Dashner. 288tf Ba MALE HELP WANTED WANTED AT ONCE Experienced man ; apply to Jone Bros. Co. aw- 299t2 WANTED Boy 17 or 18 or elderly man for farm ; address "C. C. J.," Time office. 295t6 OF Horses and Other Property will be held at his Stables on Xorthflcld street, MONTPELIER, VT., on FRIDAY, MAR. 8, 1918 fiFT NFW KinNFVf At 1:00 'clock Shn in the Afternoon tt a. -. wr j e now have a number of The kidneys are the most overworked organs of the human body, and when they fail in their work of filtering out and throwing off the poi sons developed in th system, thing begin to happen. One of the first warnine ia pain or BtuTnesa in in lower pan oi vne dick; nigniy coioreu ji.ii a iji urine; loss of appetite; indigestion: irritation. ' expect a carload before the or even tone in the bladder. These symptoms ' sale. This lot of horses tvill be Our indicate a condition that may lead to that MHul kind of blocks and chunks, dread and fatal malady. Bright disease, lor i , . , which there ia .aid to t no cure. nthed pairs and single horses that are You ran almost certainly find immediate re-' right out of work and will range in lief in GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsule, j weight from 1250 to 1030 tTS.. and a For more than 200 year this famous prepare- j i harrlv lot that will he rioht tion has been an unfailing remedy for all kid- J", . , MTa '91 V11 W 11 M r'g ncy, bladder and urinary rouble. Get it at : 'or finishing your lumber job, working any drug store,- and if it doe not give you al- j m the sugar-bush and later for general . T , u ' 'V.i.T.lT,na road work. IUnUPU. UC BUI e jiu tTV LUC? DUi'U JtlCiUAU ' brand. ISone other genuine. In boxes three FRfSH HORSES size. Adv. ik Bay state Bay State Paints For Every Purpose WADSWORTH, HOWLAND CO. lac Bsstaa. Mass. We shall have them that will be right for express business, meatcarts, or any place you wish to use them. Yc are expecting from W will b fi)aul to .how these properties to you. Nov is the time to buy. See u wneio- er thinking ot buying or elling. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Rowland 3ullding. L'arre. Vermont FOR SALE OR RENT Having decided to ell or rent my llverr stalfle in East Barre ue- cauae of my health, and having all I ean at tend io beside I hav IS horses, all kinds work harnee.es. driving hnmesses. sleighs. that are going to be sold. Thia stable of mine li In the best location for a combination stable there Is in the state, with plenty of room for gars? in connection. I also hav lu.uuu ceaar posta to sell. I will deliver them very reason blv, as I have a Smlth-form-a-truck that can do the Job ; you can have one If you come and ee m; if Interested, rati W. E. Bixby. East Barre: N. E. telephone 2-Wj also People's 'phone. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS GARDENS ABOUT FORTIFICATIOSS. Paris People Clamor for Little Plots ef Ground. Paris, Mart-It .".Amateur pardening around thc lortmraiion of ram was fto aiKTPful last Jear that application for gardening plots for the coming ea on have multiplied beyond the spare available. The allotment .f thee gar den spots f a kiimlred jard ejiise earh will soon be made upon wTitten ap pijration. preference being give, tn lar? and leoenoM famine. iami.,e. wrh five or nnre rhi.'Jren will I allowed t loU. Napoleon Once Said : "A footsore army ia an army half defeated." Men in training camru, in cantonments, in the rmy and navy suffer from blisters and sore spots on their feet. Every 'Comfort Kit'' should contain one or more boxes of Allen'a root-Ease, the antiseptic powder to shake into the shoe. It freshens the tired, aching, smart ing feet and heal blasters and sore spots. The riattsburg Camp Manual advtca men in train ing to make daily us of Foot-Ease. Sold ev erywhere, 25c. Adv. ! COURT UPHOLDS "SUFF" PICKETS. Reverse Conviction of the Women Sen tenced in Washington. Washington, March 5. The local -onrt of appeals yesterday reversed police court convictions of the White Hone pickets of the National Woman's patty, holding that picketing of the Whiie Hou.e by the silent sentinels was not an unlawful axremblv unless an unlawful purpose or acts were shown. The pickets long since have served their sentences or been relcaned and the picketing w abandoned some time oiro, soon after the administration came tut in support of the woman suffrage con stilutional amendment. ARE YOU GETTING WHAT YOU WANT WHERE YOU ARE PLACING YOUR INSURANCE? PLACE YOUR INSURANCE WHERE YOU ARE SURE YOU GET ALL YOU CAN FOR YOUR MONEY J. W. DILLON INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS J-4 Bolster Black BARRE. VERMONT 20 to 35 Commission Horses different values, colors, sizes, etc. In this lot of commission horses you will be likely to rind what you are looking for horses for the farm, raad, livery and family. Wo will most likely have some thing in the Sled and Sleigh Line, also Harnesses both, new and second-hand, single and double, also Winter and Spring Robes, Blankets, Whips and Halters. Now if you have anything in the line of second-hand horses to dis pose of or to exchange bring them in for this sale a there is quite a demand for second-hand horses. If you have anything in the line of cattle, hogs, poul try or any other personal property we can dispose of it at your advantage. Come out to this sale and we will try and intrest you. Usual Terms of Credit Lunch Room on the Grounds. I COMMISSIONS CHARGED FOR EEI.LINC HORSES All over 60, I per cent ; all under 150, 1 per cent. No hone sold or put through th ring for le than i.uo commission. A commission will b charged for all horse sold j cither at private or auction mi on the ground auction aijf. v iu, wup., pbuiu7, watrone. hameasea, farm tools, furniture or other prop erty, 10 per rent, commission. H. M. FARNHAM, the Horae Man. S. H. FARNHAM, Clerk. , C. F. SMITf!, Auctioneer, 47 Milei Granite Block, Barre, VL WE CAN , SELL YOUR REAL ESTATE J. J. DASHNER & SON BARRE. VERMONT FARMS City and Village Property Hotels and Sites Timber Tracts Ask for Farm Catalog . EXPERIENCE J WASHMAN WANTED Must understand engine and boiler ; good wages, steady job : Howler s Steam Laundry. 195 Bsnk street. Durlington. Vt 294t8 WANTED AT ONCE Man and horse to skid logs on Dolge lot between Barre and Montpelier near saw-mill : all soft wood : barn room for horse f . mushed : H. O. Bennett, tel. 67-W after p. m., or call at Barr Garage. 277tf FOR 8ALE-1 10x12 Sullivan eompresnor, 1 85-h. n. electric motor. 1 15-h. p. electric w0T'. 28'ft Pwr erane- Midiaum 7 right ft Son pol. mill. 1 outdoor power der rick. 3-h. p. motor: I Dallet surfarer. I Old hand urfarer. small tools for gang, Bhaft pulleys, belts, etc.; address -Machinery," care 1 imca office. 287tf FOR 8 A LR Twenty 2 and S-vear-old regis tered Holstein heifers, due to freshen soon: also some registered cows and young stock : John T. Benjamin. Barre, tel. I05-B, 279tf FOR SALE Pair of black mare, weighing about J.600 rbs. ; good workers : all sound : 8. J"" "Id: good-looknig pair and suitable for all purposes : inquire of G. H. Aoaire East Montpelier. Vt : People's 'phone 27i!i6u' WANTED Men to work in woods: also horse and ox teamster: J. J. Dashner ft Son. Howland block, Barre. Vt 189tf WANTED Miners snd muckers; steady work;- wage, nlner 12.85, muckers 12.45, (-hour shift i good boardinghouse. fS.OO pel week: Vermont Conner Co.. So. Staff rord. Vt POULTRY Standing Wood For Sale Six acre of woodland about 4 mile from City; all down grade: wood of excellent Quality : price.- 00.0. Inquire of the D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. 2Stf FOR SALE Hay driving horse. I yrs. old. weiirhlnp 1,000: ciever and easy to drive: also top buegy, nearly new : apply at 1S3 Washing ton treet after 6 p. m. 120lf A Buckeye Incubator HATCHES EVERY HATCHABLE EGG We want to ace one or more on everv farm thi year. Here is where the housewife score. Women are usually more successful in raising FOR SALE Four incubatom; I 200-egg. I !V' " ; V" " 144-egg, 1 110-ogg. 1 60-egg: these machine I ,,.:- , fml ., v. L .t. are good a new and will be sold at a reason- inability of railroads to hanHU th. .it,,.. able price; inquire of E. M. White, 27 Upland jtion. Right now it is necessary for railroads avenue, tel. 817-2. 297tf J to discontinue aerentance of all classes of 1 freight except food and fuel, so it ia only a FOR BALE Two chicken conns. 1 8 ft Wide, sten to a situation where the railrnnrts eannnt 8 ft long, 10 ft high; 1 other, 4x4x7; both handle the transportation of foods for every nearly new: musi oe aoia aa i am leaving ; community. town ana nave no more use tor tnem : call and see them at 13 Second street Barre; F. Ghe rardi. 292tlti LOST AND FOUND LOST, STR AYED OR STOLEN -Two brown hen (game birds I, one ha red band about leg; were last seen Saturday night at 145 No. Seminary street: finder will be paid for bis trouble by returning or notifying E. Lavalley, 145 No. Seminary atreet 299tS There certainly will be no lack of demand for poultry and eggs during the coming year, and unless all signs fail it will not be long be fore we are eating them through necessity, rather than choice. The supply of red meat for the genera public ia decreasing rapidly. Our soldiers must be fed. Whet are you going to do about it? If you want to raise poultry this year, now is the time to prepare. MARSH-ALLEN CO. New England and Orange County Telephone BUSINESS CARDS DR. A. H. SMITH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 1 KEITH AVENTJF. Thone 646-J Hours: 10-11; 2-4:30 PIANO TUNING A few of my patron : William A. WWi Pr. D. C. Jarvir. 8. Hollister Jackson. c:nr I n . wiiuer, can rorsci. W. H. GOODI ELLOW. Tel. 4-3 or 298-W, Ban LOST Saturday night presumably on Main trM,f a IbHv'i nlsu-k hann-hair eontjilnlntr some money, keya, gloves and valuable papers : ! tindar pleas return to the time office. 298t3 FOUND A bunch of keys. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this ad. at Time office. 2S8t3 MISCELLANEOUS Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien will resume their home rooking Tuesday. March 5. at their new home, 507 North Main street We solicit your patronage. 29St6 ANTI-MIST FREVENTS glasse. mirrors. windshields from steam, vapor or frosting; price. 10c package; B. J. Long, 23 Elm ttreet. St Albans. Vt. 293tl2 Harness Goiner Higher Loathor reocntlv advanced, which must foroe Tfarni'ss prices higher be- 1 r , inre long Now is a good time to buy PLENTY OF TEAM HARNESS PLENTY OF FARM HARNESS $65.00, $69.00, $77.00, $85.00 COLTON 84 STATE STREET. MONTPELIER. VT. Manufacturers' Agent WANTED WANTED Girl wants position doing Hjrht houeework in a small family. Tel. 395-31.- 2f;Stf Catarrh Cannot Be Cured srtth LOCAL. APPLICATIONS. ther annot retch tha et of th disease aiarrh ia a lo al diee&s. greatly In- lucr.rel ty constitutional condition. n4 m order to cur it you must take an nternal remaOv. Hull t atarrn sieai ine. is taken internally and act thru he bkiod on th mucou carfare of th system. Hall's Catarrh- Medicine wa -sres. nbed bv one of the beat physician a thi country f-r year. It i com vei of om cf the tt tonics known. -orr.bin4 with some of th bct blood iunfier. The perfect corn bi nation of the ingredients In Hail's Catarrh Medi cine is what rttx su-h wonderful wjlts in catsThaJ condition. Send Ut l-rirvr'tls. re. V. J CHEN FT CO.. FTcr. Toledo, Ot All ttr-jcgr-. 7- 1U.J a kMuij fiUs for eobst'patioa. so on The "Electric Shop" Nothing but Electrical Supplies sold here. Let us show you a "Thor" Cleaner. Barre Electric Company TeI.9S-W "For Your Electric Wants" Barre PERRV & XOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNEltAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Service ODCETAkEU AND UCTXftD DTBALsTIli DKTOT SQCAKX. BAElll TiIisiim Cesiswc tsx irt-l Bailey's Music Rooms Established over 46 year. Th place to bu? good piano and player pin no at t lowest possible prlc: also carry Victrolas and rec ord. Easr terms given. Piano tuned. 14 Elm street, 'phone 2U-W. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS Established In 1991. Cue torn er ret the benefit of my no-rent, no-agent and no-commission plan. Ask for book of a thousand references. (8 SPALLDlNiJ ST.. BARKE ; phone 4-1. cnmorRAcnc A Science that ears that your nerva must CHELSEA FOR SALE AT ONCE Farm of 310 acre of land; lot of tim ber; sugar orchard of 2,0n0 trees, nicrly eqtiipjied; nearly new evaporator and ari'U; 1.400 cap bucket"; nparine-off areh and pan; draw tubs; store tubs. etc., ete. ; also 61 nice sheep, ,50 with lamb; 00 hens; 1 pair mare colts, coming 4 and a yr. old, reepectivelv. nicelv matched; I nr. work norfen: pr. work EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER desires piwition; address "Experience," care of Times office. 297t WANTED-Single work harness, also have cedar points for sale: Geo. C. Benjnmin, R. F. D.. Barre. 't. : N. E. 'phone 6T?-W Montpel ier. 2l4tf . "tr 1 "rV" r'nl' or ,ou cannot remain harness; traverse eled; 2 cows, I hog, lot well. No Drugs, no Sunrery, no Osteopath. I V ,1 . i ConsulUtion free. Office hours: R.rr of small tools. Dally eieept Smdsv. 10:80 to 12, Monday, ) Delay are danperona. Do not hesitate, Wednesday and Friday. to p. m. Montpel- for this property will be disposed of '"m "na '-uaJ'.Ul,il .r. tl.int.inc it over WANTE&-OM false teeth : don't matter if broken: I pay il to IIS per et: aend hy par cel poet and receive check by return mail ; F. TerU 401 N. Wolfe street, Baltimore. Md. 274taa' HIGHEST TRirES PAID for beef, calve, hides and culf skins, hens: we pay 14c to lie a It), en drinker welching, dressed, from 0 to 150 lbs.: suc'.ers at market price; can use large numbers of them : if you have any. no tify me at ome: Gonralo Aja, 23 Perlin street, Barre. tel. 13-M. 276t: ier. Thursday and Saturday. 2 to 4 n. m. CiAt.c a liAtjE. Chiropractors tfil North Main Street Barr. Vermont MERCHANT TAILORING ALSO CI.FAVTVO. PltrTSSINO AND REPAIRING JIOORE & OWENS in North Main Street, Jarre. Vermont TOR PROMPT B. H. ADAMS. Fsrtary oatpat ts handred thsasaad daily. Largest Miliag krsad f lie Cigar ia Us r Id. F artery, Haacktr. N. H. MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE. CALL Kt-W JL J. WIHTCOMB T.KTT ItAFRE. VT I'adenaker and Lstenaed sVcnbamer i I DR. LEWIS D: MARTIN I j OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN jj 0"Ve H Rorsa IK. Wilea FaSdiMt (j TW4kw. Cor w.l I nmrr BOt RS a. aa ta ll sa. and I Mis a ., Macday. Taeaday. Tfcar4y a ad Fnday sW JEWELRY! When YOU want a piece of Jewelry, come in and fee our splendid display O. J. DODGE. The Jeweler 2a Maist Street Sal AgJt fee -Bf AsserVaa" sa Barr I WANTED Pupil nunes at the Taunton Fta-e Hospital: aho alten.lants. mate and fe male; for particular address Dr. Arthur V. Goes, superintendent ot th Taunton Stat Hospital. Taunton. Masa. i4M A Complete Line of I Indian 8 Motorcycles I and E Bicycles 1 Come in and look them over E A. M. Flanders 1 Ibrre, Vt. b rCSEaWBsi i