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THE -BAHRE-"DAILY ..TIMES, BAIUIE, VT, MONDAY, Al'KIL, 26, '1020.
Ik Homer Fitts Co, Incorporated ,4 " The Store Where Quality Courtis" It will Soon Be Time for Sum mer Sew- ine You will "be glad ' later if you choose your fabrics now. When you stop to con- . , sider that It takes but five or six yards to make, a really hand- -some frock, you won't want to resist the temptation to choose some of our beautiful VOILES CREPES SWISSES Ideal for women's and children's frocks, blouses, and other warm weather wearables, they are certainly worth choosing in quantities, at their present very favorable prices. Per yard, 49c-to J1.98 ORGANDIES BATISTES GINGHAMS Nation-Wide Lace and Embroidery i Apr.26Week May 1 "Lace, Embroideries, Braid3 and Beads solve all trim ming problems. And here you will find complete as sortments for your individual needs at very moderate prices. PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS The Summer Fashion Book Price, 25c Now on Sale By mail, 35c GRANITEVILLE Ca.iholic Foresters, attention! On ami after tliia date the financial secretary of Court Roliert Knimett, No. f04, will be Thomas J- Bngley of upper (iranite ville. Old and young folk' dance in gym nasium half 'Monday. May 3. Itencinjf from 8 till 12. Carroll' orchestra. Ad mission, 1 per couple, ladies free. Pro ceeds to 1k used in payment for ttchool jfraphophono in 4he Foxville school. adv. Don't forjrel the overall dunce, Row land hall, Harre, Wednesday evening, adv. . Notice. Regular meeting of branch Xo. 12, O. W. I. C f X. A., will held in Mile-.' hall on Ye!ms4ay, April 28, at 7. One Good Point. Many unkind things are aid of the telephone. but one of its redeeming features is that you can't lend money through it. Boston Transcript. WEST BERLIN Walter Doherty from Cambridge, Muss., visited his aunt, Mrs. Catherine Ruuiney, April 18. , Mr. K. B. Bailey and Abhie Freeman were in Xorthfield last week. Mini f'orrie (Streeter and E. M. Ayer were in Xorthfield last week. Mr. Comolli and son were in Xorth field Saturday. Mrs. H. .1. Yarrington was in Mont pelier Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Patterson. Miss Fmerson and M. I.. Libbey were in Xorthfield last Tuesday. Kd. Lnfly Was in Montpclirr last week. Tommy Magowen is still quite ill. Trade' Ups and fawns. "My tailor wants me to pay up." "And mine wants me to pay down." "What's the difference?"' "In one instance he has delivered the goods; in the other he hadn't and won't." Boston Transcript. HORSES - HORSES We have arrived from Canada with a carload of Canadian Horses weighing from 1,200 to 1,600 lbs., which will go on sale at our barns in WILLIAMSTOWN GEO. T. COLBY AND J. THOMAS JAMIESOX. BARRE DAILY TIMES MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1920. The Weather Partly cloudy to-night; Tuesday cloudy, 'probably rain except in eastern Maine; moderate northwest, shifting to east winds. , . TALK OF THE TOWN Overall dance April 28, Rowland hall; Landi't orchestra. adv. Buy pianos, Victrolas and Sonora talking machines at BAiley's Music Rooms. adv. Closing out all millinery, small hats one-third discount this week. Mrs. K. A Witham, adv. Miss Vinnie Tilden of Hinsdale, X. H., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Staf ford of 41 Loag street. - Don't forcet the duties in Wort hen ball April 2H; good music; gents 55c ludiea free. Come one, come all. adv, Largest line of new and second-hand ranges and heaters in Harre at lowest, prices. K. A. J'rmdle. wortnen biocK Mr. an Mrs. Edward Burke, jr., of Xorth. Main street went to St. Albans this morning to pass two or three days with tnends. Charles Comstock of Plainfield, who was brought to the Barre City hos pital last triday, was. operated upon this morning. Walter Douglas of Xorth Main street wag among the number to leave here Saturday night for Hartford, Conn., to seek employment. Kven chronic cases... of rheumatism vield to Kheuma's power, says K. A. brown, the druggist. . If it doesn't help, your money will be returned. adv. Special meeting of Ruth chapter. Xo. O; K. S., Wednesday evening, April 28, at 7:30 o'clock, Installation of of ficers. Refreshments will be served. A'l singers and musical people are in vited to meet at the parlors of the I'ni versalist church Monday evening, April 2(, at 7:30 o'clock to" form a choral society. The ladies' aid of St. Monica's church will hold a card party Wednesday evening, April 28, at 7:ll0 in Knights of Columbus- hall. Everybody invited to attend. adv. Special meeting of Bright Star Re bekah kxljjo Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The degree will be conferred on several candidates. Supper served by tha men's circle after the meeting. Mrs. (Jordou Owens of 22 Eastern avenue, who recentlv underwent an tperation for appendicitis at the Barre Citv hospital, was taken to the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pirkey of East Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Ijiwrence Holmes of Boston, formerlv Barre people, who passed the last three weeks fishing it Lake Chainplnin. visited Mr. mid Mm. John Mel.cod of Averill street over the week end and returned to their borne to-day. , In connection with the daylight sav ing, laws of hceral states, it will be necessary for all Western I'nion offices in New' England, where-the daylight siuing law is not in effect, to open up an hour earlier and close an hour ear lier each day. The hours in Barre will b'.- 7 a. m. to 7 p- tn. . An address of great interest on "Sol ar Systems" will be given at the I'ni verbalist chumh under the auspices of the Men's club Monday evening. April 26. by Dr. E. O. Sp'ramie, who has made a considerable s-tudy of thuh sub ject. Menilters and their friends are cordially invited. Ucfrohments will be served. In speaking of the progTam given at the Spaulding glee club concert Friday night, the item Saturday should have read that Miss Helen Roiscoe enter tained the audience with a humorous reading, "A Bargain in a Baby," while the glee club, with Clement McMahon as soloiet, rendered the cantata, "Paul Revcre's Ride," in an enthusiastic man ner. Roy fief t man of Merchant street celebrated bis 32d birthday yesterday with the assistance of several of his friends and members of the Italian Pleasure club. Mr. (Jettman was in vited to the club rooms, and by csreful planning, Henry Fasola, ami a few as sistants were admitted to the home to prepare a six-course dinner. Then, ht the given aigtial, Mr. (ii-tttiiRii Wis summoned to his home with his friends, where Steward Fasola had an excellent dinner awaiting their arrival. One of the chief features of the event was the presentation of a Wallace Nutting pic ture bv Frank Misno. ' TALK OF THE TOWN A daughter was born April 23 to Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon of 15 East street. Lester Lang of Fast. Montpclier sub mitted to a toniiil and adenoid opera tion at the Barre City hospital this morning. - . , , : Mrs. Carroll will be at McAllister's store, Williamstown, with a nice line of ladies' and children's hats Wednesday and Thursday. adv. Spcchil meeting of Bright Star Re bekah lodge Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The degree will be conferred on several candidates. . Supper served by the men's circle after the meeting. C. C. Kenyon of Ijiiilington eamo here Saturday to be present at the in terment in the Kenyon family lot in MIrnwood cemetery of the body of his wife, which aince her death during the winter had bflen retained in the Elm wood vault. Mrs. C. F. Whittemore, proprietor of the Central cafe on Pearl street, wa delightfully surprised last evening when invited to a supper in the private dining room of her own cafe, for rliere she tound a. group of 15. friends sur rounding a well-laden table and dinner, prepared for the celebration of her birthday anniversary. She received number of very useful gifts, among which were a gold ring with a small chip diamond, a Jtoston bag. a niatu cure set, and a five-dollar gold piece. In less than 24 hours the Barre fire department received three telephone calls, two of which were for chimney firea. The first came Saturday evening from the home of William Olliver of 30 Academy streft. A defective wire in the parlor of the home had caused some apprehension as to the danger, and to prevent a serious fire the de partment was notified. Yesterday noon a raging Hiimuey fire at the home of Ira Houston at 41 Turner street was extinguished only after the contents of a hand chemical and a garden nose naa been used. Xo damage resulted. The third of the series came from the home of C. J. I'illsbiiry of 12fl Elm street Snndav evening at Mere, too, Mas a smart chimney fire that required the use of ganrVii hose. MOJSTPEllER Men's Suits at a Bargain We have just 28 Suits, not this sea son's purchase, sizes 32 to 38, and the prices are so low that you will wonder why. If your size is in this lot. you can save dollars. $10.00 to $23.00. A look will mean a sale. Frank McWhorter Co. Janes Bennett of this city will speak at the meeting which occurs in Mont pclier city hall Tuesday evening in the Interest of the Irish republic and at which Dr. A. W. Allen of Brooklyn, X. V., will be the speaker. The'enter tainment begins at 8-o'clock and ad mission is free. Dr. Allen is rector of St. Andrew's Episcopal church and has been prominent in temperance work and. realizing the importance of this international and moral question, he has taken a leave of absence from his church to join the lecturing statf'of Protestant friends of the freedom of Ireland. He is a graphic speaker. Charles If. Frazier, a chief ehctrician of the l S. navy, who is here from Burlington recruiting, received a tele gram from the navy depart ment at Washington. D. C, this morning that may be of unusual interest to some young men. The message reads to the effect that men between the ages of 18 and .15 may enlist in the navy and immediately begin to learn any trade they desire, which means that the gov ernment schools them fr a jierid of is months to two years and pays them their regular wages besides. Men in the naval reserve that have a year or more to serve will uon entering service re tire the four months' bonus pay given for re enlistment, 30-day leave ri py, and will be given credit for a sec ond enlistment, thereby gaining title In 17 more pay each month. For any information on the navy in general, ap ply at the school commifsinnera' room in the Barre city ball between the hours of :.) a. m. and 5 p. m. WILLIAMSTOWN Wedding of Williamstown Young Peo pie Last Friday Evening. Miss Piiihy E. Bruce, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bruce of Williamstown, and Everett H. Waldo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrv B. Waldo, also of this town, were unit ml in marriage la t Erid.iy night at the home of Rev. Jee A. Martm. Ihcv were unattended and the double ring service wa ued. ; Direct ly .fter the ceremony a supper Has served by Mises Reus, and Rhoda Bruce, sillers of the bride. After a tdiort wedding trip tr Maw-heater, X. II., the hridc will 1 t. her hmte in town and the gr:otn wiil resume school work at Randolph Center. An X-ray examination of Adna B. Downs at the Barre City hospital last week showed that no bone were brok en Int that there was a badly bruised area of considers ble size where he was ;:riwk by a falling pole. Mr. Downs i remaining al the hospital for a few days for treatment. Krauk Covell. who ..recently finished work at the local creamery, began work to day for Harvey Mower of Barre. He will live at home and make the trip to and frm his work in hi Met car. Mis (iladys Whitney, who ha been at work for Mr. Benjamin of Barre, has finished her engagement and is at hmne. Eighteen horses arrived ?n town Sat urday morning, the same being the iiroperty of Oeorge T. Colby and J. T. 'ainieson, and these will 1e for sale at the barns of the, ow ners in this vil lage. Mrs. Carl W. Scaver is in Randolph at the home of Iter son. Hugh L. Seaver, for a few dnys. The baby girl who is the center of attraction in the family jut now. ha- two grandparents, Mr. and Mrs- C. W. Swiver. and .!wo gres.t giandparent', Mr. and Mrs. Ulny Seaver. in town and three more in Randolph, making sevem grandparents in all. The selectmen will meet at the office of the t iwn clerk next SaJunlay aft ernoon to pay bills. Also at the same time and pla'ce Road Commissioner .1. K. Daley will draw order in payment for last' winter's work on roads. If. C. Boardmnn. who has leen living in the house formerly Kt-upied by A. A. Ileed in the guif. fr a hort time pas-t. moved la't Saturday to the house on Const rue! ion bill that was fr some vears tenanted by the shooniakrr, A. L. Hamel. Rev. and Mrs. Weston A. Cate werti to Barre by the last train Saturday and Mr. fate occupied the puiprt ai the I'niversalist church there yesterday in the absence of the pastor, who preached in Morrivilh. .Mrs. Carroll will be at McAllister's store. William-down, with a nice line of ladie and children's hats Wednesday and I nnrMiav. auv. EAST BARRE Old and yminr fIk' dance. East Barre opera bouse, Tuesday. Aprd 27: Carroll's five piece orrh-stra. iNiming from 9 till 2 o'clock; I a. cwiple, pins ar tax. adv. Don't forget the overail dance. How land hall. Bane, Wednesdsv evening - adv. WEBSTERV1LLE Wn't firf't the overa I dsnre. IIw nd hall. Barre, Wednesday evening -d. t tthVie Forestr. at'eW'on! On snd sf.er tH's Use sh flnnn-al w-Mary of t nrt R-jcr Et!Tnu. N. :4. w i hr Th"!ras J. Vu'y of pjT l.rsn.tt-- .;;!. The Mad Race. 'Henry." said Mrs. (ladder, ' I must have a new motor car." '(;.Hd heavens, woman." exclaimed Mr. (iadder. "what's the matter with the automobile I bought you six months ago? Didn't you choose the upholstering yourself and didn t you have every contrivance you could think cf pat in the tonneau, by which you added nearly S2,(HMl to the original price ?" "Oh, yes, Henry, but I've been about quite a "bit in that car. All my friends and acqnaintani-es have seen me in it rejieated'y, and it no longer attracts attention' when ( go to a spin along the boulevard. Dear mel When I'm in" that car I'm lieginning to feel as if I were wearing a last, year's dress." Birmingham Ag.-Herald. The funeral of Mrs. Mary.E. Fiske, who died Thursday night of heart) trou ble, was held from her late home rn College streeit -in Montpeliin- at '2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Kev, Charles j St. Johns of Bothany church ofiiciat-i ing'. 'The benrera were W; S, Smith, (.'. J V. Boyles, E. H. Prouty and Irving Henso. The body was placed in the vault in Oroen Mount cemetery nd ' will be later taken to Rochost'er for: burial. Mrs. Fiske was a nai:ive 'of Rochester, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! Loman Martin, and is the last mem-i ber of her own family. Dr. Frederick! J. Kaissett,' her son, in Seattle, Wash., i lias been ill wkh spinal mliiingitis, so he has 'been unable to come east to see his mother and only- recently been! able to be out. Besides her -sow, Mrs. Fiske is survived by her' husband, Rev. E. S. r'iske, and a daughter, Miss Flor ence Fiske of Moa'tpelier. Her broth er, Fred Martin, died Some months ago in California. Mrs. Fiske was prom-! inenit in church work in the , various J towns' in which ahe had lived, incJud-1 ing Wftitsfleld, Bethel and Montpelier, ! and waa regent of the Daughters cf ! the American Revolution in Montpel-1 ior. She was a great lover of young' people a.nd there were generally young i friends in the family beside her own children.- i " (1. Jf. Ilogan of St. Albans and Alex ander Dunnett of St. Johnsbitry were in the city Saturday afternoon. Mrs. John Manney and Mrs. A."K. Hall of Randolph visited in the city Saturday. M. F. Keating, s administrator of the estate of Mary Coughlan, has sold her bouso on .Summer strctt to Harohl Pierce and wife. Word was received here on Sun day morning that Jame Eaton, a brakeoian on the Len-tral Vermont, rail- wv, suttered the amputation ot one arm Saturday as a result of an acci dent in the White River Junction yards. The report was that the arm was crushed oelwecn the couplings ot it wo cars and had to be amputated. The young man is well know in Mont-, polier. . I See the new line ot .Mctroias and Sonora talking machines on sale at Bailev's Music Rooms, Barre. adv. J. T. Whitney of Bhe state engineer's office has gone to Colchester to run the lines for the cement work that is to be done on a piece of highway. Willard Springer of Xorthfield Falls has been appointed by IJ. T. Johnson, adjutant general, as major in the ord nance department of the sWe Nation al (iuard and will have his office at his home. Miss Mildred House of the state pur chasing agent's oflice has been detained at h(.me for a week by illnes. The report of a fal-al accident at Richfonf the '.!2d of Ithe month has lieen received at the commissioner of industries office. Eugene Broe was killed while employed by the Richford Manufacturing cinrpany handling logs. W. II. Talcot of Rutland and .larnie Coutts of Barre, inspectors in weights and measures, were in the city Satur day in conference with H. M. Davis, the deputy commissioner, relative R the untmer s program. Miss Adelaide Teas-bout of the secre tary of state office is ill, threatepel with appendicitis. Mrs. Clair Temple- on and Mrs. Ilart'gan commenced work this- morning as extra assistance in the office during the automobile rush. X. MonH a wok this morning to find that one of his horses was not in the stable on Putnam tstreet. It appears liat the man allowed it to wander from hi building nd that one of the neighbors complained to the police. I-t was later found that the horse was in the pound where it could lie obtained bv uarins charges. Ist summer a cow of Monti's was placed In the ound be cause of similar trouble. Mrs. Frank E. Howe of Bennington, who has been visiting here, ha gone her home. Thomas Redmond went to Heatoul hospital Sunday. He is euffenng with pneumonia. The granite conditions in the two cit ies are upsetting the members of the Montpelier Military band and the pro gram for the summer, and it looks now as though he city would be without a band for if be' "strike" is not set tled shortly it is feared so many of the players who reside in Montpelier and Biirre will go away so that it will not lie possible to conduct reasonable sized band. Mr. Merrill is waiting a couple of waek in hfipes the conditions wiil clear up before he proceeds with rehearsals.- If there is no band it will be the first Itinie in some 41 year that the city ha not been represented by a band. UNION UDEY G CO, SERVICE-SATISFACTION Stints ! prnni Siiyies m at Prices That Reflect Economy For example: We show this week some ,. remarkably pretty Navy;Blue Serge and Poplin Suits, priced at $37.50 and $39.50. All Wool Serge Suits as low as $25.00. Fine Tricotine Suits, $45.00 to $75.00. Waists That Are New Extra fine Imported French -Voile Waists in a big variety of styles, including; trim mings of embroidered ruffles, fine lace in sertions and tucks also some handsome embroidered, modelc. Priced from $2.98 up. ' Children's Dresses - This is the time to make your selection while our assortment is complete. Showing; many pretty styles this week, sizes 4 to 14 years. Very moderately priced. TUX1 T!VT.fVVT nDV nitICl T Mk A TkTIL 1 aVU WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Seasons. Some fellows marry poor girts to settle down. OiheTs marry rich girls lo settle up. The Jester. Miss Kathleen LeBaron, an entertain er of wide reputation, will appear in the Universalist church next Friday, April 30, at 8 o'clock. Miss JUBaron comes under the auspices of the ladies' aid of the rhurch. Admission f0c. Do not forget the date, Friday night, April 30. at the I'nivwsalist rhurch. adv. Mrs. Fred l'erkins of Maple stret entertained her brother, Mr. Eddy of tharlstown, over the week-end. John ( oyle of Wilder, who has been so dangerously ill with pneumonia, is able to be nut and is just recovering his health. Raymofl Bushey of the Vermont Baking company smashed his right hand very badly last Friday by having a can if ashes fall on it. Miss Mercedes Murphy, who has been visiting her aunt. .Mrs. IjiBarren. for the past few months, has returned to ber home in Plymouth. .Mass. Some of the highest producing Jer seya in Vermont are to be found in the iQucchee Fells herd at yuechee. It is 'at this farm that the state Jersey J champion, Golden Oxford' Brownje, makes ner nome. (several i iiib kibii-. clasa leaders, as well aa other good ; producers, also bail from Quechee Fells, j One of Nie latest naie ciasa recorus : made at this farm is in the junior-three-vear-old rlass. when .Majesty's (iirl Minerva. 3S5072, reached a newj high mark fir that class. Beginning! her test at. the ape of three years andi three months. Minerva made a record' of 11.476 pounds of milk, 0K3 pounds! of fat for the year. This record passes j that of the former champion, Belle' ("lover, by sii pounds. Belle Clover,! who ia a stable mate of Minerva's, bad! nrodueed II.,fH pounds of milk, 677. pound of fat in one year. The directors of the Interstate In- J dustrial Baseball league met at. the, community house in lbanon, X. H.. Sunday. April 18. All the business af- fair of the league were closed and; tile following oflicers were elected to! bead a new league, to be known a the! Twin State baseball league: President.! Jlobcrt (iould, NewMrt, X. H.: trcas- j urer, Thomas Dwyer. Iebanon. X. H.; secretary, Clarence 1). Mooncy, New port. Ilie Tain State league, will lie made up of six teams, as follows:! Windsor, I-banon, Newport, Clare niont. Springfield, and either Bellows i Falls or Keene. At the meeting Sun- day, the followingwere present: lcb anon, Messrs. Fifield, Richardson. Tuck- j er, Carter and Dwyer: Newport. Messrs j Murphy and Would; Claremont, Messrs.' Blanc " and MrGuigan; Springfieb!, Messrs. Johnson and Ryder; Windsor. Messrs. Wachter and McOuirk. There 1 are several changes in the league rule this year. One of the new features is that the league president will hire all the umpires and assign them to dif ferent towns each week. Each team will be held strictly within the salary limit. (tarfield Miller of the Miller Auto mobile company is spending some time in lctroit, Mich;, looking after cars for the company. Rev. Mr. Kilmister and Louis Dun ninjiton, both' of whom are well known in West Lebanon, have started crusades in their respective parishes with thn purpose of beating the H. C L. by means of an overall club. Both Mr. Kilmister and Mr. Dunriington preached In overalls last Sunday. Rev. H. L. Thornton will attend tli r-' -isters' retreat, which is to be held i.. -iulland Morfdny mid Tuesday. Like Purposes. Some persons covet secret ; as a spendthrift covets money for purposes of circulation. Boston Transcript. he Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop Offer Remarkable Values in Suits Tailorcraft of the higtfest order is the j dominating feature of every Suit in our stock, hether it ! a simple SUIT for eporta wear or a magnificent costume suit of more ornate design. IIC OUR PRESENT magnificent ensemble ara demurely trim Etons, 'sturdy Bo.vcoats, and strictly -tailored models. ALL DIFFERENT IN MODEL and in the treatment of linea and trimmings but. all alike in the fine quality and rara excellence of work manship and styling. Sport Suits - of Heather Mixtures in Light and Dark" Colorings These Suit look their sturdy value. Jaunty, plain tailored Coats with notch or tnxedo collars, narrow string belts, smart pocket and button treatment for finish j und ikirti that follow the simple linea of the coats. Sailors For every woman, f X50 and up. " ' Nearly every woman can wear a sailor with variations. A smart collection of these Uats will be found at The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. i BR TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ! Mil.K KOl'TE FOR SALK I am ! of pup, i wish lv dtfoose of Try fn.is I rourr in VYilliamsbwrn : ! Wht'e Jrr.ri ana lnan KuniKir farkV ms for ha virtz. , tl.uo rrr KtUna; C. W. brirtr, W u tn. Vt Jt4 , V ANTf.D Vcsjnif man of aovr.e 'rrnr(, ' to work ia btkm ; th t . b. L-M 4 ' I SU 1 WANTtb - fiixy men to stork i-, iw.'W'in ,lni: M rrnts an kour; N-w Haven Hrn-' itir.ni A Wur1sir. I'onrJ. (,pl)r So VrvA , Bird. rf of lb company. I fta tXK RINf Aartl tmTrniit of mntm with w sr,4 eirrtrie Itshui si If li ' SfrnmrT j'nH: will res-fc for I13.A4 p-r moath; iB.ir of I . G. Kovll. Barre. vt ' Mi ! ft 4XTFD Vlmrr en a farm wnar eider'T fnaa rould 4a !Kit aork or rhonaa for ria ; board; suit lo "C F," car 1 iTara AV-s- i ITiR SALE A t-jr-f-W hora : ovn4 i rrrrr ar; rcoa driver: tarrl withowt ha.ltnr! a-eicis I1 --a 1, and 1.1 ttn. ; uaeJ an oaiiwrr tmm lo h rrt-tarfsl I.T ut trurk; T. t. MH arthjr. 1; Sosita Ja.n rors f A ANT r TO E( HANCF. - A :'r farm t.l Kat Orat fr a K-w. and kS , tT flam: lKi,u:r at a Spaaia.ne t'-st. I Hrr. TO ROT" Tasnmt r-r. Flnvws, in r"t rsur , aa. : Mra. ts,itl K- arr. art 5I-X. H. M. fARNIIAIV. Sales and .Exchange Stables 96 Northf icld St., Montpclier, Vt. Have 3 carloads of Horses, due to arrive Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 26, 27 and 28. In this lot we have some of the best pairs of Horses that money can buy, while we have some that do not cost as much. Have a large number of tidy farm Chunks that can sell worth the money. These Horses are out of spring's work, and the majority of them are well broken. We take Horses in exchange that you do not want. Our prices and terms are right, and we guarantee our Horses to be as we represent them. Wc have auctions every week, Friday. Friday, April 30, we shall have a large number of good, acclimated Horses, also some of the cheaper kind, together with a good number of Commission Hordes. If you hac Horses to sell, bring them in. H. M. FAUNHAM Doth Thone Connections P. S. Wc have s complete line of Harness. Col lars. Blankets, etc. , x 1: i i; Bring Your Lawn and Garden Up Right HERE are brst grade of Grass Seed also Fcr tiliiers. Rollers, Lawn Mowers, Garden Hose. WHEEL CULTIVATORS IX)R THE GARDEN Spades Rates SwI Drills Forks Hoes Hand Forks These and all other necessary equipment and supplies are being specially displayed thia week. Come in today. C. W. Averill & Co. THE WINCKSSTSR STOSE