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THE B ARRIS DAILY . TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, AUGUST . 23, 1019.
7 ABOUT THE STATE Hppeilngs of Interest from Dif ferent Section. Verne Allen Fogg of Topsfield, Mass., Iiae been appointed county agent of Windsor county. Until the recent rains, one farmer near East Thetford was pumping water for 30 head of cattle. The house in Forestdale occupied by Archie Eubar and owned by I. W. Horn was totally destroyed by fire early in the week. The origin of the blaze is not known. Hartland's welcome home to returned soldiers boys is taking place to-day. Ad jutant II. T. Johnson of Montpelier will give the address of the day this after ', noon. ' Rev.' J. J. Hutchinson of Athclstan, J Quebec, has accepted a call to the pas torate of the Barton Congregational church and will take up his work there Oct. 1. Cameron C. Gale, a former customs of ficial at Swanton, was married in Mon roe, N. Y., Aug. 11, to Miss Frances F. C. Thompson. Mr. Gale is now in the cus- utoms service in Montreal. :.' Miss Clara Collier, a missionary under ,1he Methodist board in China, who had been spending a several months leave of absence with her sister, Mrs. II. M. Farr of Flinesburg, left last week for San Francisco, from where she was to sail for China. A second Middlebury residence has been entered by burglars, this one being owned by Winfleld S. Huntley, from which a valued gold watch belonging to Mr. Huntley was taken. The break was apparently made by someone who knew the premises. Miss Delina Jacobsin, who has been recreation leader in Bennington this sum mer, has received an appointment from I the Y. W. C. A. under the war council and will have a position in Jacksonville, .' Fla., leaving the Bennington work early in September. u Mr. and Mrs. J. Gilbert Hill are to celebrate their 66th wedding anniversary at their home in Cabot Sept. 17. Mr. Hill . is 00 years old and his wife is 85.. Both are somewhat feeble in health, but their mental faculties are wonderfully pre ;: served. M. Boiss-eau was Injured to an extent not yet determined while at work laying sewer pipe in Enosbnrg Falls the first of the week. In handling the pipe, one of the timbers broke and Mr. Boisseau was thrown into the ditch, striking his f face on the end of a piece of pipe, which bruised his face badly and injured the rheek bone, besides. hurling him other C'apt. A. A. Skeels, who has been at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Skeels, of St. Albans on a two weeks' leave, sailed Thursday from New York for Liverpool, for an indefinite period. C'apt. Skeels enlisted from St. Albans with the British army in 1015, and has seen service on both the eastern and western fronts, serving with the royal army medical corps. DISPERSAL SALE OF Registered Stock, Tools, Hay and Grain at Auction On account of poor health, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder at my farm, located at Jackson's Four Corners, 2V miles from illiarnstown on the Chelsea road, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 26 at i o'clock in the afternoon, the follow ing described property: ; 30 HEAD OF CATTLE 12 head of which are registered Hoi-etein-Friesians, headed by my herd sire, Pfetertje Mercedes Pontiac Segis, No. 2,';D011, a grandson of the $i0,000 bull, King Segis Fontiac SpofTord, whose three nearest dams averaged more than 31 Ths. butter in seven days; a well-marked, well-grown individual and good enough to head any herd; this animal will also hfi sold-, 2 heifers, now giving milk: Bag Apple DeKoI Fontiac, No. 377267, and Lady Nedra Pontiac, No. 379027. , Both are heavy milkers and are sired by King Pontine Frilly, 7 two-yr.-old heifers: Jirna Veeman DcKol Fontiac, No. 370, OltSs Noponset Pietertje Paul, No. 378. 877 i Dame Segis Colantha, No. 401,079; Aurora Pontiac Pietertje, No. 401981; Gipsy Pontine Pietertje, No. 401080; El sie Sedara DeKol 3d, No. 466,604, sired b,r Sir Pontiac Rag Apple DeKol 6th, Mohamet Alcartra Johonna, No. 474.086, e-Ved by King Colantha Alcartra. Part of the above heifers are in calf to my hrd sire, and among the lot is one g?eat-granddaughter of Kmg of the Pon t!acs and 3 granddaughters of this fa ff ous, sire; 3 registered calves. .. Also 12 cows, mostly grade Holsteins, ail young and in good order, some now f:h, others will freshen soon; 6 nice calves, mostly heifers; 1 O. I. C. brood s tw, due to farrow- about time of sale, a,id 1 O. I. C. boar; both are registered. FARMING TOOLS One nearly new .', broadcast seeder, with grass seed at- tichmcnt; new horse rake, sulky plow, . l eering mowing machine, new top car jr'toge, a dandy, run about 23 miles; also 1 Gray horse power and saw rig: about 7i tons of xtra No. 1 hay, we.U cured ahd cut early. Quantity straw and oats. Terms at tW of sale. Tuesday, Aug. 2(1, 1919, tft 1 o'clock. J LOUIS J. WARNER, Owner. l A. PERRY, Auctioneer. KILLED BY TRAIN. Discharged Soldier Was on Way Home from Camp Devens. Bert A. Eaton, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eaton of Bradford, was run over and killed by a freight train between Bradford and' Tienijont stations Aug. 15. He enlisted for service in the world wor in Juiie, 1918, and after spending a few weeks in training at Camp Devens, he was sent overseas with his division. He was assigned in camp as a machinist, blacksmith, and finally as a truck driver. While working at the latter occupa tion, he received a serious injury. He returned to this country in July and was sent to Camp Devens. While awaiting his discharge from service, he appeared despondent. An unsuccessful attempt on his life, while in camp, proved that he was a victim of army in sanity. (" Receiving his discharge, he started for Bradford, arriving on the early morning mail Aug. 15, and taking a short route for home by following the track, he' was hit and instantly killed by a freight train going south, between Bradford and Piermont stations. The engineer saw him walking along, and when the train nearly reached -him he threw up his hands and jumped or fell across the track. ESTATE Of JOHN SCAMPINI WARNING Tho inhabitants of the Town of Wllllams town, who are legal voters in town meeting-, are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Town Hall in ald town on Friday even ing, Sept. 8, A. D. 1919, at 8:80 o'clock, to act upon the following article : Art. 1. To elect a ' School Director to fill out the unexpired term of John Irona, re signed. Art. 2. To elect a School Director to fill out the unexpired term of Charles Hayward, resigned. Art. 8. To transact any other proper or necessary business, H. K. SMITH, FRED F. PINE. F. E. HOPKINS, Selectmen. Aug. 22, A. D. 1919. octioii Sale I will sell at Public Auction at my farm on the West Hill, I 1-2 miles from Chelsea Village, on THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1919 at i o'clock p. ra., shirp. 24 Head Cattle Seven Cows Two to freshen in September, one to freshen in October, three to freshen in late fall and early winter, one to fresh en in spring. Ten Heifers Six two-year-old Heifers Am to fresh en September, four yearling Heifers due to freshen in the spring. Young Stock Five Yearling, one Bull one ear old, one spring Calf. This is a good clean bunch of stock and mostly black and white, any one looking for stock should attend this sale. Terms at sale, E, J. COOK, Owner. 9. H. ADAMS, Auctioneer. Stock and Tools at Auction As I have taken the property described below in exchange for other property will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on the A. A. Holden farm, so called, four miles Barre and about two and one-half miles from Plainficld, on FRIDAY, AUG. 29th, at 13:30 o'clock sharp, in the afternoon, 54 Head Stock 33 cows, grade Holstein, Jerseys and Aryshires, some due to freshen soon, all young, none over four years old; 3 brown Swiss cattle, two years old ; 8 yearling Holsteins, 4 Holstein calves, pair black and white bull calves; pair black and white three-year-old steers; all this stock in fine condition. Tools and Machinery Sulky plow, express wagon, sulky wagon with box body, one hose wagon, two horse sleds, 5 h. p. Abenaque en gine, circular saw, pair light driving harnesses, and many other articles not mentioned. 40 tons of nice hay, about 5 acres si lage corn. Will also offer for sale at the same time, I pair 3,000 lbs. gray horses, sound and kind in every place. Sale will begin promptly at 12:30, Friday, Aug. 29th, so be on time. Everything will be sold as I have no use for any of this property. Terms at time of sale. H. J. SLAYT0N, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. Indian and Harley David son Cylinder Oil In two-qnart cans. Just the thine to car ry in side-car. One Second-hand BARLEY-DAVIDSON three-speed, single cylinder. Ona 1918 three-speed Indian with tandem eat, for $168.00. One 1913 Indian, single-speed, twin, for 1135.00. A. M. Flanders, ao7 If. Main Street, Barre, Vermont Cattlo for Sale! Twenty-five high-grade Guernsey heifers, mostly two years old, to freshen this fall and winter, an extra nice lot. One pair of very fancy Deven steers, three years old, weight about 2,500 lbs, ox handy, very closely ma ted, are good enough, to show at any fair. One pair two-year Deven steers, 'weight about 2,000 lbs. and equally as good as the above mentioned pair. One pair four-year-old Holstein steers, weight about 2,500 lbs., handy, and a good team. One pair five-year-old Ayrshire ox en,; weight 3,200 lbs., and an excep tionally nice pair, being in nice con dition, well matched, nice shape, and very handy. 100 cows, Holstein, Guernsey, Ayr shire, and Jersey, to freshen this fall. Inquire of B. F. Davis, Barre, Vt., Thone, 315-W, or W. H. Martin, Plainficld, Vt., 'Phone, 1-3, Plainfield. Stat of Vermont, District of Washington, ss. The honorable probate court for the district aforesaid, to all persons interested in the es tate of John Scampini, late of the city of Barre. in said district, deceased. GREETING ! . WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 18th day of September next for examining and al lowing the account of the administrator of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persona interested in baid estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day as signed, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspa. per published at the city of Barre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probata office in Montpelier, in aid district on the day assigned, then and ihere to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your rights as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue Given under my hand, thia 15th day of August, 1010. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Augl-28-B0 BUSINESS CARDS ESTATE OP ISAAC A. GONYO State of Vermont, District of Washington, as. The honorable probate court foi4 the district aforesaid, to all persons interested in the es. rate of Isaac A. Gonyo, late of the town of Barre. In said district, deceased, GREETING: WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 22d day of September next for examining and al lowing the account of the administratrix of tha estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested in said estate by publishing fhis order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Dally Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, in said district THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ap pear at the probata office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you sea causa, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, thia 18th day of August, 1919. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Augl6-28-80 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE E8TATE OP 8ERAPHINE J. WI8WELL The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district c Washington, commissioners, to receive, exam ine, and adjust the eluims and demands of all persons against the estate of Seraphine J. Wiswell, late of Cabot, in said district, deceased, and all claim nthibited in off set thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for tha purpose aforesaid, at the town clerk's office in the town of Cabot, in said district, on the 80th day of August and 16th day of January next, from one o'clock p. m. until 4 o'clock p. m., on each of said days, an dthat six months from the lth day of July, A. D. 1019, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to u for examination and allowance. Dated at Cabot, Vt, thia 7th day of August, A. D. 1019. BEAUMAN O. ROGEFS, LESTER W. BURBANK, Commissioners. Aug9-16-2S COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OP RUFUS P. BARTON The undersigned, having bean appointed by tb honorable probata court for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, exam ine, and adjust the claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Rufus F. Barton, late of the city of Barre, in ssid district, de ceased, and all claims exhibited in offset there to, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the office of Albert A. Sargent, in the city of Barre, in said district, on the 12th day of September and 24th day of January next, from 10 o'clnrk a m.. until 4 o'clock p. m.. on each of said days and that six months from the 80th day of July A. D. 1919, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at the City of Barre this 4th day of August. A. D. 1919. T. H. CAVE, jr., FRANK L. SMALL, Commissioners,. Aug23-30-Sept6 ESTATE OP BENJAMIN O. WOOD State of Vermont. District of Washington, as. The honorable probate court for the district aforesaid, to all persona interested in the estate of Benjamin O. Wood, late of city of Barr. in said district, deceased, GREETING: WHEREAS, said court ha assigned the 6th day of October next for examining and allow ing tke account of the administrator of tb estate of aid' deceased and" for a de cree of the residue of said estate to the law ful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notic thereof be given to all persons inter sted in said estate by publishing this or der hree weeks successively previous to the day assigned. In the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, in said district THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ap pear at the probate office in Montpelier. in said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, leg atees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under ray hand, this 22nd day of August, 1919. MARY J. CUTLER, Register. Aug23-30-8ept Grade Stock at Auction I have taken the following described stoct: in e.ciicnge for pure-bred H.l steins and will sell the ssuie it auc tion on MONDAY, AUGUST 25 at 1 o'clock p m. at my place, known as the Smith or Mercer place, on the carline, near Km slie's greenhouse, between Barre and Montpelier: 38 Cows grade Holsteins and Ayi shirrs, new milch and springers, good ae and size; 1 Holstein bull, pr. Holstein yearling steers, 15 White Chester pigs, about 6 weeks old. Terms at time of sale. Positively no by-bidding. Monday, Aug. 25, at 1 o'elork. JOHN F, BENJAMIN, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. Stock at Auction The undersigned will sell at public auction on Wednesday, Aug;. 27, at i o'clock in the Afternoon, at the Alfred Carrier or Phil Camp farm, near Cutler Corner, about three miles from East Barre, the following de scribed stock: 25 Head Ten cows, due to freshen in few weeks, balance in early fall and winter; 1 Hol stein bull. Sale positive regardless of weather conditions. Terms at time of sale. August 27, at 1 o'clock. PIETRO SORMANI, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. AGENTS WANTED AGENTS Represent us calling on automo bile owners. Easy seller. Every owner a live prospect. No investment, no samples. Whole or spare time. Kelley Co., 475 Drex- el Blag., Philadelphia, Fa. 136t6' PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN P. HEININGER SURGEON DENTIST (Successor to Dr. Foster) Howland Building, Room 16, 'Phone 93-W Office Hours : to 12. 1 to 6, and 7 to 8 District Nurse GWENDOLYN A. PITKIN, R.N, 17 French St., Barre; Tel. 178-M drdinary calls. BOe per iiour Charity calls Also Metropolitan Insurance call William James Taylor AUCTIONEER 135 North Seminary Street Phone 72-1 Barre, Vermont GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors 9 to 10 a, m Tuesday. -TVednesday, Friday and Saturday; 8:30 to 8 p. m., Monday, Wednes day, Thursdsv and Fridnv ; 2 to S p. tr.., Tues day . and Thursday. Montpelier, Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday; 10:30, to 12 a.m.; Monday, Wednesday and Friday 1 to 6 P. m. kuum a, C'UKKIEK ULK., Barre Tel. 6Z-W E..E. CLARKSON & CO. Pianos, Player Pianos a m Brunswick rhonsgrsnhs. Columbia GrafonrJs and Records, Sheet Music Department in with A. A. Lamorey Clothing Co. R9tT PERRY &-N00NAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Service , Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square, Barre ' Tel. connection, 425-W BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS PIANOS, VICTROLaS AND RECORDS 11 No. Main Street "Phone 869-W DR. A. H. SMITH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 25 KEITH AVENUE Hours 10 to 12 a. m. : t to 4 p. m. Closed Wedneadsy afternoons and Saturdays GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS Established in 1891. Customers get the benefit of my no-rent, no-arnt and no-commiesion plan. Ask for book of a thousand references. 88 SPAULDING ST., Barre; 'Phone 4-1. FOR PROMPT MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE, CALL 828-W M. J. WHITCOMB EAST BARRE. VT. Undertaker and Licensed Embalmer DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN - Office in Room SS. Miles Building Telephone Connection OFFICE HOUR9 : a. m. to 12 m. and 1 :S0 to 4 p.m., Monday, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW UP-TO-DATE EASY RIDING Calls from a distance; at reasonable rates A. V. BADGER & CO., Barre The Only Auto Ambulance in tha City Kenyon's Home Crockery Rooms New Arrival Now In Stock Dinner Sets, per set. at 119.75 Tea Cups and Saucers. Ave different patterns, per dosrn, at $2. '5 and tS.OO Whit Chambers and Mixing Bow la. C. N. KENYON 81 Franklin Street Barre, Vermont SEE US TN OUR NEW LOCATION We are now ready to serve both old and new customers with a high grade ef Jewelry. Re ps ir work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 24 ELM STREET SOLE AGENT FOR " BOSTON AMERICAN " MISCELLANEOUS AUTOMOBILES BOUGHT AND SOLD Now offer for sale three Fords, erne Over land and a Maxwell, all touring cars, in good running order: also four Ford bodies, new and second-hand tires and tubes and second-hand parts for sale. A 5-h. p. single phase motor. Tel. Montpelier, 283-11, Montpelier Iron Metal Co.. 7ft Berlin street, Montpelier, Vt 134t8 TRUCKING DONE My new two-ton truck mM h vmir service at C V. Hmnt. R.n. every day at 6 o'clock. F. D. Alger. Wil liamstown. 131U2 ANYONE IN NEED OF A MILKING MA CHINE that will "deliver the goods," ask to see the "Perfection", on display and old by F. D. Alger, Willlamstown. 18U12 FORD OWNERS This will interest you: The very latest and nearest perfection timer on the market; this "B. K. F." timer means more power and pep ; hot, preltive spark ; easier starting and smooth running; no oil ing ; in fact, overcomes your timer troubles ; also a gas saver; absolutely guaranteed; N.J. Morrison, state agency, Barre, Vt., 'phone 7S3-W. 125tf PUBLIC AUTO Five-passenger Oakland Six ; long tripa especially solicited ; leave or ders at or 'phone 190, Marrlon's Cigar Store: M. L. Aiken, chauffeur, Barre, Vtj will go day or night. UStf EAST BARRE GARAGE - Hraly & Do fluette. Props. : automobile repairing, quick service, first-class work ; prices reasonable ; call 613-R. 88tf LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED and re. paired; called for and delivered; Granite City Tool Company- 'el. S36-W. utt MALE AND FEMALE HELP Four Lines for 25c The Times rill publish Wants, Lost and Found. For Sale. To Let etrv short advertiaementa at the rata of four linea for twenty-five eenta lor the first insertion and five cent lor aacn subsequent insertion.. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE em improvements ; finest view in the city ; inquire 22 Beacon street. 186t3 WOMEN OR MAN WANTED Salary $24 full time. 60c an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experience unnecessary. International Mills, Norris town. Pa. .. 136U FARM FOR SALE 104 acres, about one third tillage, situated in Calais, 7 miles from Montpelier. Good barn, can tie up 12 cows. Eight-room house in good condition ; run ning water at house and barn. Young sugar orchard of about 600 trees. Will also in clude all farming tools. Further particulars ran be had from Mrs. Joseph Perkins, 29 Kent street, Montpelier, el. 214-11. 134(6 FOR SALE OR RENT A two-tenement TO RENT TO RENT Storage and garage room for four autos. light furniture, wagons and sleighs. 'Phone 118-6. 136t TO RENT Two 4 -room tenement with pantry, on Durkee place: also ona 4-room tenement on Maple avenue. Inaulre of Mrs. J. T. Callaghan, 44 Park street, or tel. I74-W. 13W FURNISHED ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE 12 rooms full every night L. H. Daniels, 111 Main street, Burlington, Vt 136t6 TENEMENT TO RENT Six room, all mod ern conveniences ; vacant Sept lat i inquire at 184 Elm street, after p. m. 132t6 FOR RENT At 78 Maple avenue, a 6-room tenement, modern improvements, first floor; inquire at above number. 132tf TO RKKT A itnwn-ataira three-room ten- v.. pniuy UL'i' r v-i.-i,cu,vv -- -- , bouse pleassntly located on Brooklyn street : emcnt, woodshed, garden and henhouse, m inquire of Perry Real Estate Agency. 183tf fluire at 40 Maple ave. SMALL FARM OF 85 ACRES FOR SALE Located between Jackson's corner and Carl Kingsbury's on the Chelsea road. Alex McFar lane will show place to anyone wanting to see it Mary N. McFarlane, Williamstown, Vt. 132U2 CENSUS CLERKS Men, women. 4.000 needed. 592 month. Age, 18 upward. Ex perience unnecessary. For free particulars of examinations, write Raymond Terry (former government examiner) 98 Continental Bldg., Washington. 134t6 HELP WANTED Young men and women to take positions as attendants at the Vermont State Hospital for the Insane at Waterbury; to those who desire, an opoortunlty offered to attend nurses' training course; apply at hos pital. Waterbury. Vt 19tf LOST AND FOUND LOST A maltese angora kitten, yellow mixture in fur; end of toes yellow. Name, "Malty". Finder return to Mrs. George Ray mo, Colby street and be rewarded. 136t2 LOST Sunday between Upper Graniteville and East Barre an inner tube for auto tire; finder please return to the Times office. 184t3 FOUND Young black and tan fox hound; apply caretaker Dr. Robinson place, Wil liamstown ; pay charges. 131tfi STRAYED Monday morning, from Dr. Newcomb's side-hill pasture, a dark Jersey cow, small horns with curve: reward will be paid to anyone notifying -'phone 884 Montpel ier where she may be found. 127116 FOR SALE 25 or 30-acre lumber lot In Tops ham, mostly spruce. For particulars in quire of E. A. Chase, Wait River. Vt I31t FOR RENT OR SALE Granite quarry ait uated on a good road and 8 miles from rail road station and stona aheda. The stock re sembles light Barre granite; cuts and carves well and has s ready sale. Electric power at the quarry, large and small drills and a power derrick. For further information call on or write John M. Barnard, Barton, Vt, B. F. D. No .1. l4tf WILL TRADE One good city lot for sec-ond-hand auto or country wood acreage. "A. A.", care Times office, 131t6 MR. FARMER Do you want to sell your farm 7 If so let us bring you a buyer. For full particulars address tbe E. A. Strout Farm Agency, "Largest in the World ". F. T. Carr, Local Manager, Hardwick, tel. 1-S. lSetlv COTTAGE HOUSE FOR SALE At 28 Orange street: modern improvements ; Inquire of N, J. Roberta or on the premises. 94 tf TO RENT Large front room on Washlng- pn inwa, near opauiding acnooi ; im innuire of Glenn E. Perry, Tel. 426-W. 119tf TO RENT Six-room tenement, hath and electric light: on North Seminary street: in aulre of n r. sv,,, -tl.fr aa North Main In,! ' 1 1 7 1 f TO RENT A modern R-roora tenement ; ap ply to K. N. Nicholson. 80 Elm street, Barre. KStt TO RENT Five-room tenement at 80 Hill street; apply at house. 6Itf FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS I am of fering several extra good bargain in real state, which consists of well-timbered farm and also village property j W. II. Myers, Cur rier cottage, West Danville. Vt 4lf FARM. STOCK AND TOOLS FOR SALE At very reasonable figure; 140-aere farm, very suitably divided into tillage, pasture and wood land; 3Vs miles from poetofflce. Vi mile to school, and in a good neighborhood : tha land is in a high state of cultivation and Is very vusy to carry on ; good water at House and barn : fruit orchard : nice-laying sugar or chard with good sugar houi.: a nice lot of growing soft wood with lotsjrf cedar: excep tionally level woods with aa7 access to tame ; barns are in very good condition, having a lean-to recently built for stable equipped with 20 tie-ups and litter carrier leading to new piggery ; comfortable house but needing a few repairs on sll : equipped with Orange County telephone: soil is exceptionally good, no one raising any better crop of any kinds than are produced on this farm: will keep 20 cows, team, and young stock ; now equipped with 15 rows, grade Jersey and Ayrshire, alt young and a good dairy ; 1 pair horses) weight t.ivQ lbs., and all tools necessary tov carrying on farm i this property will be sold at a very teaaonable figure, with er without personal property, and on very reasonable terms ; would consider city property In exchange : inquire of W. H. Marfln, Flainfield. Vt; N. E. tel. Plainfield 1-t. Mtf FRM 17 acres, will keep 20 cows and torn i enough lumber, pulp and wood to pay for h: H mile to school. I mile to church and geoo village) terms reasonable er will exchange for amsll cottage house; pair work bones weighing 2 BOO pound. E. B. House, Barre. Vt. tel. 104-J. 1st! A STEADY ADVANCE IN REAL ESTATE VALUES may be expected. We will see houses higher soon and we advise our friends to buy now. With the cost of lumber high and becoming higher there la reason enough for the in crease. Barre City nrooerty never had a brighter outlook ; granite business booming ; ) good prospects of a new industry and work men receiving good wages. Secure that home NOW. FRONT TENEMENT TO RENT In Mile Granite block) inquire of the janitor. 21tf JACKSON BLOCK For rent a front base ment room, neatly finished; apply room No- TO RENT At 13 Brook street room, sec ond and third floors: at 17 Laurel street rooms, third floor: both electric lights, set tubs, hot water and gaa s inquire of E. L. Smith, 17 West street tf TO RENT Ams-rooro tenement at I Bpauld liur street; f, minute' walk from postofflcel fcpply to Geo. A. Reed. Montpelier. Vt ; 'phone Montpelier 824-W. ttf TO RENT One 8-room tenement in The Northern ; electric light and steam heat t in quire at 818 No. Main street Z67tt FOR RENT Two small tenement at No. 80-82 Ajers street: Reynolds A Son. 207tf . TO RENT A tenement on Circle street rooms, bath, furnace and electric light: call 848-M J20tf MALE HELP WANTED WANTED Two bandsawyen and two markers tor chair stock : six months job; also want first-class blacksmith for wagoa work. Write C. H. Utley. MarshfieUL Vt 186U2 FOR SALE FOR KAT.V A tk UI li - - n in i up, mounica 1 on a good set of wood truck; used very lit- : i li i!! P1"1" condition. R. E. Beckley, lei. 807-22. liK.r' FOR SALE Good econd-hand IV, ton truck! all I k...: j . rt . , . - uu.ma,i iooq Dotty anu h ? Prie" riffht! tkn in - - ion inaiana. Also a nearly new Dodge car. I could us a Ford Car. E. H Rlavt.n OC.1 M M.i . . , , - -." vimu street. Barre, telephone. lsxtJ FOUR WEEKS' OLD PIG3 FOR SALE C. J. Abbiatl, East Montpelier, Vt 188Ui FOR SALE 12-Horse-power Allamo mount ed engine, in good condition. Don V. Camp, South Barr. l33f FOR RATI? tu. II . . ij l u j " . tvwosier, a-1 condl toin, 14 Richardson street istf FOR SALE On bay mare; good worker and driver, or would trade towards Ford Cl ? 48 Mplt Abram Fine, phone, 7U-2. mt8. SSiJftui Pl?"t for. J. cheap, ln flrsWlass condition. G. A. Koeppler, Millville. N. J. . ' i34ta FOR SALE A nice work horse; t regis tered bull calves and a few registered Hoi. cows, inquire oi a. A. Cutler, tel 897.5. 133t8'tf FOR SALE A good baby carriage; fine condition; call at once at 11 Bolster avenue, cltx' 132tf FOR SALE-Five . passenger touring ear: will sell cheap; call after 4 o'clock, 42 Ma pie avenue, tel. 172-11. 132U2 FOR SALE -Or would exchange for a good all around horse, one 1917 Ford roadster; all in good running condition. Morton McGoff. West Danville. Vt 132t8 FOR SALE One large Round Oak heater, in excellent condition; inquire at 14 Terrace avenue. nm. FOR SALE Pure-bred S. C. White Leg horn cockerel, also a few S. C. Brown Leg horn and Plymouth Rocks; C. E. Hopkins. Willlamstown. Vt, R. D. 3. box 60; Peoples phone 49-81. jgtj TWO CAMPS FOR SALE Situated at Grot on Fond ; also boathoua ; there are about 600 pines set out on this property ; will sell sepa r'elyor both together; address "Camps." care Times office, and full information con cerning pric. etc., will be given. 128tf USED CARS SOLD ON COMMISSION If you have a used car to sell or are in the market to buy a used car, inquire of Cha. J. Spencer, or tel. J07-11. 9ltf FOB SALE Ford touring ear, overhauled, painted. A-l condition, 8350; S. F. Marsh. Barr 126t( FOR SALE Lumber delivered anywhere in city; write Hight Bros., West Topsham. Vt 121128 FOR SALE Block wood, second growth and limb wood ; F. P. Gale, teL 507-M Barr. UStf WANTED AT GODDARD SEMINARY A man to work by the year. H must under stand taking care of steam boilers, and be able to mak small repair in the school buildings. He must be a single man, with good habit, and b able to make his home at the school A permanent position for the right man: apply to Harvey E. Avetrill, Business Manager, Goddard Seminary, Barre, Vt ISStf ATTENTION, GRANITE MANUFACTUR ERS James S. Bennett 46 Pearl street rep resent Cooley-Wright Mfg. Co.; ironing wheels, emery rings, buffers, and all supplies for polishing mills, cutting shed and yards; tel. 412-Z. J80tf Franklin street house, all modern ; six rooms, good hall and pantry. One of the beet cellars in town. In good condition. Price $3,200.00 Terms, lovO.OU to 8800.00 down- Academy street house of seven rooms and garage : good garden : a very conveniently ar ranged steam-heated house with a most ex cellent view and only three or four minutes' walk from the business section and just far enough out Only 12400.00. Heated by furnace: thia de sirably locaRed property with large lot la of fered by the owner who built for a bom but who now reside out of the state. Con tain six nice room ; all natural wood fin ish and part hardwood floors: set laundry tubs, and good plumbing; nic porch; a very pleasant location, affording a An view. De sirable surrounding and worth 8500.00 more than the price asked. Village farm, equipped: a fine home; two story house, good barn and 140 acre of land : fleUia are level and in good state of cultivation ; keeps about 25 head of atock : sugar bush equipped for 350 trees ; some fruit and soft wood : about six miles from railroad and nice village. Pric for real es stat) $4,728.00 Will sell equipment at rea sonable price. This 1 th season to get located, look around. Better THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Building, Barre, Vt Hello, Here! Wake Up to the Farm Industry where all kinds of produce are in great demand, with high prices, with apparently an abundance of crops, and where a man who goes at it with energy can make all kinds of money out of the farm. Below is a list of farms: 800-M A village farm of 200 acre with BO acre in fertile field, good pasture, balance ln pasture and woodland; buildings in first class condition, with a large, modern house, electric lights, steam heat and flush closet ; the main barn is a large, modern barn, which consists of silo and some outbuildings, which makes it v.r convenient having village ac commodations such a creamery and railroad station : we can sell this farm with cr without stock and tools ; it consist of a large stock of cattle and team and many good tool ; it is a surprisingly low price, for th owner ha oth er business. 14-B This Is a small place of 18 acre with a small pasture for a cow, balance with every foot tillable, nice fruit orchard, with a modern set of buildings, consisting of an 8-room house with barn, with all modem improvements; the house consists of electric lights and bath, and everything is in frst-clasa condition without fraud; we will sell this farm with stock and tools, which consist of a nice cow, horse, poul try, pigs. nd all necessary tools, such as buggies and sleighs and other tools : every thing i in first-class condition : thia plac must be seen to be appreciated, and the price is Tight; this place is located between Barre and Websterville. 804-N Is s nice one-man farm located about 3 miles from Barre; it consists of 46 acres of land, with a good set of buildings and very productive land ; it consist of 8 cows, 4 young cattle. 8 horses and 4 hogs, and all nec essary farming machinery ; th price is right Pot further Information, write or eat'- The J. J. Dashner & Son Real Estate Agency Howland Building iO- BOUGHT IN ANY CONDITION Highest prices for old gold, silver and platinum; mail to American Tooth Co., 463 Washington street, Boston, opp. Fllen'. LARCE MANUFACTURER want repreaetw tatives to sail shirts, underwear, hosiery, dresses, waist, skirts, direct to homes: writ for free samples ; Madison Mill. 501 Broadway. New York City WANTED AT ONCE A steady capable man to attend machinery and run traveling crane in spare time; apply to Canton Bros.. Inc. UStf WANTED A polisher, steady Job to right man : apply to Johnson Granite Co., Mont pelier. 13Stf WANTED Brick layers and tender. Wal ter E. Dix. Springfield. Vt lS3tf THE TEXAS GRANITE DISTRICT offer excellent opportunities for men with know), edge of granite manufacturing ; will help finance resnonsible parties ; ask for Mr. Ceariey at Hotod Barre, or write Texas Gran ite Co., Yoakum, Tex. S2t WANTED AT ONCE Surface machine op erator; LitUejohn, Odger A Milne. 126tf BOY WANTED For all-round work ; W. F. Davis, Waterbury Inn. Waterbury, Vt 12Stf BOYS To sell vanilla after school house; send fl for eight bottles that retail for 2ic each ; send for free sample bottle. Wakefield Extract Co.. Sanbornvllle. N. H. 124U4 WOODSMEN WANTED After Jan 2. by th Green Mountain Lumber Co.. at North Fayston; apply to G. C. Grandfield. North Favston. er telephone 18-24 Waitsfteld. 79ti WOODSMEN WANTED AT ONCE at So. Fsyston; apply to Ed. Wilcox. South Fayston, Vt 68tf FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED Five bright capable ladie to travel, demonstrate snd sell dealers ; $28.00 to $50.00 per week ; railroad far paid ; write at once; Goodrich Drug Co., Dept 1030, Omaha. Nebr. Aug!-8-l-23-80 WANTED Careful women workers Inter, ested in training themselves for a steady po sition, manufacturing sewing thread. Work especially adapted to women operators, not heavy or dangerous in anyway, and Spring field is known as one of the best cities ln New England to live in. Experienced opera tors earn from $12.00 to $24.00 per week for forty-eight hours. Bay Stat Thread Works. 1-15 Mill street, Springfield, Msss. 138tS WANTED Capable woman or girl for gen. eral housework in city. No cooking or wash ing. Address "E", care Times office. 185tf WANTED By -mother of three small children, an assistant willing and capable along alt lines of household duties ; good wages and a pleasant home to one who quali fies : address inquire to P. O. Box 406, North field. Vt 135t3 WANTEt An elderly lady to keep house for small family of children, ages 9 to 18 years, for ona week. Reply to "Vacation", Time office. 134t5 WANTED At once a kitchen girl; also a table girl Sept 1st Kellogg Boarding House. 28 School street, Montpelier. 133tf WANTED A girl for general housework in a mll family : apply to Mrs. F. G. Wheaton, $ Richardson street, Montpelier, 'phone 402-M. 134tf WANTED Lady to work or learn the business ; one who knows something of the business preferred. Patch's studio, Randolph, Vt 13414 WANTED 25 experienced operate on power sewing machines : apply to De Lue A Co.. 15 Berlin street Montpelier, tel. S7. 133tf HAIR DRESSING. MANICURING AND SWEDISH MASSAGE to-day offers excellent opportunity to lsdifs who are desirous of im proving their condition of life. This school assists pupils to good position. Many of our graduates have parlors of their own. Address Von Sotta School, 111 Franklin street, Worcester. Mass. 133t6 LADY COMPOSITOR Wanted at once. Also all-round printer. Stendy jobs. Good mcmev, The Landmark, White River Junc tion, Vt' 13US FOR RAT F A 9.V,.' t,k v.- rack : will sell cheap ; J. J. Dashner, Howland wiwl, oarre. tuiu FIVE-PASSENGER CADILLAC TOUR ING CAR FOR SALE In good condition. N. J. Roberta, 124 N. Main St, Barr. lOlti FOR 8ALE Four-cylinder flve-passmget Bukk. 8 new $4x4 tires, tubes s car in good condition : E. A. Prindl. Worthen block. 9tf LILLEY STYLE WAGONS Say, but they do roll nice, and they are so handy on the farm ; all site in stock all the time. We have Dutch gear Wagons if you want they ar lower priced. SINGLE AND DOUBLE WORK HARNESSES Beat leather, well-made, reasonable prices. Lot of Collars, too. Vehicle and Supply Co. COLTON. Mnager 84 STATE STREET, MONTPELIER Speaking of Plows It's a waste of profanity to try to do good work with some plows. No matter how strong your language, the point may go one way and the knife bump along $ to 4 inch out of line, one side or the other; when you ar just on the verge of a nervous breakdown, com in, and we will show you a well-made and guar anteed plow that will be comfort in your old age. Remember, w exchange. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. TI. 140, Barr. Orang Co. 'Phon A Carload of Engines just in. Confidence In th engine w ar selling make us order in car lot. W know w have th beat engine value to be had, and farmers are beginning to get wise to what w are doing in th engine business. That is why w are not buying one, two, six, or a doten, but a big carload at a crack. You can aave money on an engine, right here, now, this minute; and you will havs th satisfaction of knowing that no, on ha a better engine, Mor power for less money. CcmJ and see. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange Couiity 'Phone WANTED STENOGRAPHER Would like work, all or part of the time; experienced in bookkeeping. Address "L", care of Time office, 136t WANTED TO BUY Second hand kthing at 21 East State street, Montpelier. 133tt WANTED Board and room and places to work for students, entering Spaulding high school. Communicate with Prin. Lyman C. Hunt 6 Richardson street, tel. 153-3. 132t8 WORK WANTED By th week by Mrs. Mary Fushey, 138 Brook street Barre. 181tf WANTED Place on farms for two or three boys, ages 11! to 16. Rev. J. B. Rear, don, Barre, overseer of poor. 131 16 WANTED Young man wishes a position as bookkeeper, all or part of the day: has a lit tle experione in drafting; telephone 158-2. 130tl FARM WANTED Would like to buy with stock and tools : csn pay $1,600 down ; send full particular te Maurice Raymond, P. 0. box 124, Burlington, Vt. 129tV' WANTED TO BUY Forty young grade cows fresh or shout to freshen; John F. Ben jamin, tel. 105-R. 1 1 St f WANTED Carpenter work of all kinds, neatly and promptly done. J. A. Fields, build er. Tel. 618-W. 103tf WANTED Chambermaid : W. F. Davis. Waterbury Inn, Waterbury, Vt 130tf WANTED Experienced table, and girl to learn to wait table, girl In dish pantry and bellboy: Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier, Vt 125tf PUPIL NURSES Young women wanted to train as nurse at the Barr City Hospital: address or apply f Superintendent Barre City Hospital. Barre. 232tf SALESMEN WANTED SALESMEN WANTED Representives for this territory for the life of WOODROW W1L SON : one of the easiest sellers and best money makers of tho present time. Big com missions. Our men are making from $10.00 to $25.00 a day. Write for full particulars. New England Publishers Service, Inc., 462 Boyleton street, Boston. Mass. 132t5 ANYONE DESIRING MAN WITH HORSE to work by the day, hauling ashes or garbage, or cleaning up around, call on E. Dezotell, 69 South Main treat, or telephon Will Page. 40S-W. 08tf Wanted at Once No. 1 Maple, either in the log or sawed I2V2 and 13 inches long. Any one interested and able to deliver to railroad at a good price will do well to write to Waterbury Last Block Co., Waterbury, Vt. tf