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JJAKItK IJAlIiY TIMES, UAKIIK, VT., FKIDAY, VKHJUJAKY 27, 1020.
TIl'K ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interert irom Different Sections. The University of Vermont' first an mini winter carnival will be held in Burlington Saturday afternoon. Waterville was nearly buried in the snow of Feb. 15, 22 inches falling dur ing the day, accompanied by a high wind. White RUffar wa on sale in St. Johnsbury this week at 23, 20, 18, 17 and 15 cents a pound, according to the time and place where it was purchased. The little child . of Mrs. Mabel Stearns of Greensboro Hcnd was seri ously burned by a lantern exploding last week Friday morning and died that night. . . Next Monday will be the 30th anni versary of Arthur L. Cheney' entry Into the drug store business in Morris ville, and 29 year of that time he ha been in the same store. Bert Breault of Brownington was fined $5 and cost in Newport municipal court one day thin week for not send ing his four children, all under 1(1 years of age, to school. Roy Lampman and Samuel Camp hell, two l'ownal Center snowshoe en thusiasts, while out on a-hike Satur day, crossed a fox trail and followed it two miles tintil they drove the fox from a thicket, then after traveling eight miles farther, they cornered it and Campbell killed it with a club. Reventy-one people, 23 of them worn men, and most of ithem from Burling ton, took the snowshoe hike to .Smug piers' Notch Washington's birthday. They were taken by team as far as Morse's mills and from there took va rious trails on their snowshoe and gkis. A hot dinner was served at the Hotel Melendy, Jeffersonville, on itheir return from the trip. Flu conditions in Eden are said to be somewhat better this week. There were many deaths there and nearly ev erybody was ill. The disease is said to have been brought there from Wal den by a woman who had it very light Iv anil visited in it own before going to Johnson, where she died. In Johnson at the present time the two doctors are unable to see their patients even once in 24 hours, and the amount of sickness in that town is said to be un precedented. A drive for subscript ions is being made among the alumni of the I'ni versit v of Vermont for a memorial to the late Prof. Nathan F. Merrill. The proposed memorial will take the f.frm of an exedra of the Greek gvmnasium. The seat, sei-circular in shape, will be 14 feet in lentrth and will be con structed of red brick with limestone trimmings. It will be protected from the elements in winter and available for use in the summer. C. P. Cowles of Burlington, L. L. Little, representing 'Outing" and "All Saturday Only Pure Lard, No. 3 pail, only 60c . That is the best bargain you ever had. Compound Lard, lb 23c Strictly Fresh Egga, doz...68c Western Fresh Eggs. doz..64c Fancy Dairy Butte. Ib. . , '."? Granulated Sugar, Rood Cream Cheese, lb. . . . 38c Tall can Salmon . 23c Large bottles Ketchup, each. 15c and 28c Large loaf of Bread only. . . 15c tabby's Evaporated Milk . .15c 5ood heavy Salt Pork. lb. 28c I lbs. Spaghetti or Maca roni for 25c B pkgs. Warner's Macaroni or Spaghetti for 25c Laree can Tomatoes only . . 13c 2 lbs. Shelled Top Corn . Two 1-Ib. pkgs. Pop Corn Large can Sardines .... 5 lbs. good Onions 25c 25c 25c 25c "hase & Sanborn's. White House and La Touraine Coffee, per lb 50c T.ood Western Round Steak 30c 7,ood Roast Pork, tb 30c Boneless Ham, Ib 30c Boiling Beef, lb. . .15c, 18c, 20c 3ood quality Frankforts, .22c GET THE HABIT! TRADE WITH LOUIS ROMANOS 9 Prospect St. Tel. 348-W Saturday Bargains Smoked Shoulder, Ib 23c Frankforts, Ib 25c IVestern Round Steak, Ib. 30c Roast Pork, lb 30c-32c IVestern Roast Beef, Ib. . .25c Try 1 Ib. of Certified Oleo; just as good as butter, ner Ib. only 42c Swift's Premium Oleo, Ib. 41c tVilson's Nut Oleo. Ib 32c Hinso 3 pkgs. for 21c .O-Mule-Team Borax Soap, Or value, for c (Crumbles, per pkg 10c Post Toasties, per pkg. ...12c J pkg. Quaker Corn Flakes 25c Large pkg. Purity Rolled Oats for 28c Special Brand Coffee, Ib. . .30c wiod drinkin Coffee, fresh ground, per IT) 43c Fancy Canned Teas 13c Also Fancy Cans oi i-run, 'eaches, Pineapple, Tears, ?lums. Raspberries. Blueber ies. Strawberries, all at good, ow prices. J. C. SHADROUI Dr. Howard always recommended OXIDAZE FOR COUGHS, COLDS Bronchial Asthma Years of study Mid ekaecvatlon convinced him it would safely, quickly and urel.v stop a bad cough and rive instant relief in Bron. chial Athma. Guaranteed harmless. Hera is absolute proof from user. Waterbury, Ct No asthma thanks toOxidaie Snlem, W. Va, ve nnn it an you ciaim. i.- rrtl Am u'nll nleaaed with VCHiilta. Circleville.O. More help than from anything. Somerset, Mass. It gives full satiafactlon. Detroit. Mich.- It naa nenenwtu me erreniiy. Worcester, Mass. la worth thousands to me. Koene, N. H. -I "peek in highest pruiee of it i . nf;u f ir... nj.ot.lv instant relief. remou, i.kw. --- -- Howell, Mich. For asthma, beat I ve found. Cincinnati, O. -It i a wonderful medicine. Smiths Basin, N.Y. Delighted with Oxidaie. Rochdale.Mass.- Coughgone, gained eight lb. Signed letter on file. Order to-day. Money bark If It fail. All Druggist. r.. A. urown can supply you. Out. Thinra" muL'ttzhips. and Herbert W. Conpdon of New York, vice-president of the .New York: section or imp trreen Mountain club, made a trip to the chin ,,f Mt fnntiel(l (Saturday. It took them five hours to reach ahe summit, as (hey had to remove their anowsnoe and by usinp; axes chopped steps in the snow and climbed to the top hand over hand. The downward trip of 0,200 feet waa made in 45 minutes The men spent Saturday and Sunday nights in the open and suuerea no aincomiuri. . NEW SECRETARY FOR TRUST CO. Wm. Shumway, 14 Years Collector of Taxes, in New Office. Brnttleboro, Feb. 27 William A. Ul,,,,nti.oir (nr the nnnt. 14 vears col- lonlnr cf toVOS for llP tOWfl nd Vl- lape of Brattleboro and the incorpor ated school district, nas ueen eieritu secretary and credit manager of the Brattleboro Trust company. He will audimu nia Tinu- duties as soon as he can close up his present work. Clar- ence E. Merrill was eiecieo assiiaui treasurer to succeed (ilenham .Jones, who recently resigned to become treas urer of the Manley Brothers company, a corporation just formed with a capi talization of $i2rn.00O to take over the tr. nntnninhiln hiinineis. Resides being tax collector, Mr. Shumway is prohibition ollicer lor xne nmnu-ipai court. If Mothers Only Knew During these day how many children ara complaining of headache, feverwhnoss, stom ach troubles ana irregular ooweis. xi hiuiu- ers only Knew wnat siotner unj Powder would do for thair children, no fam ily would ever be without them. These pow ders are so aaty and pleasant to take and so effective in their action that mothers who onca use them always tell othens mothers about them. Sold by druggists everywhere. 3-Grain Cadomene Tablets Absolutely Restore Vigor, Vitality, Strength to Weak Men and Women. Sold by All Druggists. Adv. OF Fersonal Property, Stock, Crops and Tools As T have sold the farm, I will ll at public auction to the biffhesf bidder, on the premise where 1 now live, known as the Sylvester J. Goodwin farm, located V4 miles front Xorth Tunbridge and about 41, miles from Kast Randolph, on THURSDAY, MARCH 4 at i 130 o'clock sharp, the following Aimtinn xm described property: 1 3 Head of Stock consisting of FIVE YOUNG COWS Kiade Guernsey and Jerseys, 4 to freshen in spring, 1 in fall; 7 grade I and 2-year-old Guernsey heifers, most all of them due to freshen in October; 1 rerist'ird Guernsey bull, coming 2 years old; 1 registered O. 1. C. boar, 1 year old, came from A. P. Dunsmoor's of Windsor, Vt.; 1 Binijen bay mare, fl years old. about fliK) tt.s., ejttra pood driver; 1 bay horse, 8 years old. weight about P.'tO His., pood driver and worker. They are lotli fearless of auto and cafe for a woman to drive; 1 younjf col lie spavrd female, (food cattle lop; about 75 hens, mostly 10If hatch; 13 hens and a rooster are thoroughbred Rose Comb Hhode Island Reds; 2M Iimis and 2 roosters are thoroughbred White U yandottes, all in rirt-ilas rotidition and layini;. CROPS About 2. tons of elra pMd hay, early cut; also rjiiantity of nice ensilage, about 6 ton of straw, altout r) bushels of oats, .() bushels of India heat. TOOLS fine Buckeye mowing ma chine. 1 McCormitk mowing machine, I horse rake, Kddy plow, wheel harrow, spring-tooth harrow, smoothing har row, cultivator, wevder. corn planter, marker, heavy traverse sled with 2 sets of brakes, boh t-lcd. pong sb ih. spring sleigh, open Impgy agn. road cart, 2-in. axle, luth gear l.illey waunn with wing Uwly and brakes, extra thick tires; tin witji polp or :l liore breast, in first -rlus condition; gmd iron axle dump cart. set of trucks w ith 2-imh iron axles and hay body, l-linre lumber wagon, light I horse lunilcr wagon, 4 horse power WwsJpecker en gine, circular saw. drag saw rig, I horse Samson power, pood as nw; eni!age cutter and carrier, grindstone, Stewart horse-clipping machine. Galloway rr.am separator. Xo. f. cajity 7.'h It.s.. with pick-up speed pulley, pMl a new; 1 cream sejmrat-ir, rapacity 4V Ib.; bnggT pdc, ta kle M.k'ks, with rope; 2 parlor Moves, javk -crew, cro.. cut saw, corn sheller, 2 grain cradle, ox yokes, 2 hog boxe, rahiron kettle, small took, such a forks, hoes, Nov els, r! in. etc. SUGAR TOOLS tiO sap burets.fi.l spouts, Gnrr.m 12 bbl. gahanied tsnk. i woodf-n holders, tirimm's 4 b!l. caUanize. gathering tsnk, (inmra't li lt. eia;iraiiT ani arth. Terms at t;me rf Sale will be- c n promptiv at Ii:.T r.V! fc. GEO n. PEBKI5S. Owner. B. H. ADAMS, Auctioneer. Auction Sale AT THE City Auction Market SATURDAY, FEB. 28 at 2 and 7 p. m. Bring your goods in early for this sale, and we will dispose of them for cash. A large lot already on hand for this sale. At private sale, new brass beds, National springs and good nice new soft mattresses, quilts, blankets, sheets, spreads, couch covers, couches, drop- side; extension tables, library tables, kitchen china cabinet, dining chairs, leather seat; parlor chairs, rockers, art squares, rugs, brooms, wash tubs and boards, saws and horses, dinner sets, odd crock ery, mirrors, violins, harps, cor nets, fife, pictures, knives, forks and spoons, pocket cut lery and many other goods not mentioned. Come a.nd see the goods. 0. H. Hale, Auctioneer For Saturday Roast Pork, per tt 30c Round Steak, per Jb 30c Boiling and Stewing Beef, per tb 13c to 20c Barre Creamery Butter, lb. 66c Spaghetti and Macaroni, 3 pkgs. for 25c Corn Starch and Gloss Starch. 3 pkgs. for 25c Puffed Wheat and Puffed Rice 2 pkgs, for 23c Climax Soap and ClCan E. Z. Soap 10 bars for 4c Cream Cheese. Ib. .38c .18c .55c .20c .20c Salt Salmon, whole, Ib. Good Brooms, each . . . Seedless Raisins, pkg. Seeded Raisins, pkg. . . P. SHADROUI Tel. 184-W 30 Brook St. Is Your Insurance Increased to Present Day Values? 1914. 191. 12. Brick, per M J1 00 $10.00 $22.00 Surel beam M OO 70.00 Mixed paint, per gal. 1.7 8.7J 4.00 Framing lumber. M. . S2.00 hiM Flooring, per M 27.00 45.00 72.00 Naito. per keg 2 T .S0 7 00 Painter, o-hr. dy.. 2 60 4.00 S.00 Carpenter. -hr. nay J 00 1.60 7 00 Plumbers. -hr. day.. 4.00 SO .00 Masons. .hr. day... 4.50 .5 g.40 PIT IT IP TO fS TO TROTECT YOU. J. W. DILLON INSURANCE Barre, Vt. Notice! All sizrs of Pi?ton Rings in stock from 3-inch to 4i inch. Sizes to fit 'most any car u?ed, al?o over-size rin:s up to 7 thousandths. Rings are right and the prices are right. A. M. FLANDERS Must Keep Hammering Stock and Tools at Auction As I have recently made a change in business which requires my entire time, I will sell at auction on MONDAY, MARCH 1 at 12 o'clock sharp, on the premises opposite the post office in East Mont pelier and known as the Willard farm, the following described a lock and tools: 16 Head of Cattle TWELVE COWS some of which are fresh, balance due soon; these ara grade Hoist in and Ayrshire, balance, young stock; S brood sows, due to farrow In April; 1 White Chester boar. FARM TOOLS AND MACHINERY Practically new mowing machine, horse rake, 'i-horse wagon with hay body, light 2-horse wagon with box body, dump cart with low front wheels, ex press wagon, Ford trailer, nearly new, cost $110.00; meat cart, 2 expre sleighs, 1 winter meat cart, bob sled, 2 horse ridir.p cultivator, nearly new; 2 walking cultivators, disc and smooth ing hnrTows, good new plow, Eclipse corn planter in good romlition ; Shar pies separator in pood condition, milk cans and pails, work and driving har nesses, and all small tools. Terms at time of sale. Lunch for those coming from a distance. Salt will begin promptly at 12 o'clock, on Mondav, .March 1. i'.10. " F. P. TOWWSEND, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. 4 MATTRESSES We are offering our entire stock of Mattresses at the old price. These prices will look cheap to you three months later. Buy now and save money. Come In. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Marshfield, Vermont PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININCER SUKGEON DENTIST How land Building, Room !. 'Phone PH-W. Office Hours ; to 13. 1 to and 8 :S0 to 1 :S0 BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR RELIABLE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, V1CTROLAH. PONORA8. RECORDS AND SHEET MLS1C Leave your order here for Piano Tuning Telephone 86-W, Barre. Vt. DR. A. H. SMITH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 2$ KEITH AVENVE Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m. Closed Wlncdsy Afternoons and Saturdays FOR PROMPT MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE. CALL 29-W M. J. WHITCOMB EAST BARRE. VT. Undertaker and Licensed Emhalmer Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEV.'- UP-TO-DATE -EASY RIPINtJ Call from a distance at reasonable rate. A. V. BADGER & CO.. Barre The Only Auto Ambulance in the City !DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN : Office in Ro-im fS. Mil Building Telephone Connection OFFICE HOl'RI : a.m io 12 m and 1 : t ; 4 p.m. Moaaay. Tuesday. Thursday nd Friday l,!ACTO QUOKt HiKi.S;l' 1 r Ur ' V i ' " ' 'a1 N f At It ESTATE OF JOHN L. N0YE8 State of Vermont, District of Waohlnirton, s. The honorable protiate court for th dis trict sforeiaid, t nil persons Interested in the nutate of John L. Noyss. 1st of Cabot, in ssid dwtrict, dereed. GREETING: WHCIIF.AS mnirl court usiuned the 12th dsy of March nejtt for examining nd allowing: th account of th administrator of the estate of said dceii1 and for a de err of the residue of said tat to tha law ful claimants of the same, and ordered thai public notica thereof be trivn to all persons interested in said atat by publithlnir this ordsr three week aurcasnively previout to the day aind. in the Barre Daily Tlmta. a newer per published a tha city of Barre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at tha probate offir in Montpelier, in said district, on the day aaslrned. then and there to contest tha allowance of said ac count if you see cause, and to oitabliah your right a heiin, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. (ifven undir my band, thia 12th day of February, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judir. Febl 3-29-27 K8TATE OF MARV PREST1NI State of Vermont, District of Washineton, M. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all pernor interested in the estate of Mary Preatini, late of the city of Pnrre, in aaid district, deceased. r.RFETTNfii WHEREAS, aaid court has asismeid the 17th day of March next for examining and al lowing the accinint of the ndmuiistnitor of the estate of said deceoaed and for a decree of the residue of said route to the lawful claimant of the ami. and ordered that public nolic thereof be given to all perron interested in aid entate bs publishing thia onkr three I weeks aueceaaively previfais to the day as signed. In the Barre Isi!y Time, n newa pr published at the city of Barre. in said ' district THEREFORE, you are hereby notinert to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contmt the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right a heirs, legatees and lawful rlairr snta to said residue. (iiven under my hand, this 19th day of February, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Fcb20-27Mar5 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF HELEN M. CUTLER The undersigned, having been appointed by the honcrabte probate court for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demands of all persona against thr estate of Hflen M. Cutler. Iat of Barre Town, in said di- t trict. dtcasad. nnd all claim exhibited in ! offset theretnv hereby give notice that we ' will meet for the purpose afoneaid. at the rcaid.nce of C. M. Scribner, in the town of Bnrre, in said du-trirt, on the '-'nth day of March and 7th day of August next, front 10 o'clock a. m. until 4 o'clock p. m., on each of said day, and that six month fi-om the li'th day cf Fcfcraury, A. I), laid, is the time limited by aaid court for said cred itor to present thirr claims to us for exam ' ina'ion and allowance. ' I feted at Bsrrr Town, this 27th day of Fehniarv. A. D. 1P20. (HANDIER M. SCR1BNER. JOHN N. WORCESTER, Commissioners. Fcb27Mar5-12 PIANO TUNING Five years Everett Piano Factory Two yeara Hallctt tt Davis Piano Factory One -ar t'hirktring Viareroom Five years Clark ft Mc.Master B. ARTHUR REED Tel 7-M Box 14.".. Montpelier. Vt. Leave orders at Bailey's Music Room. Brre, tel. 30-W HOWARD H. REID,D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 169-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors 9 to 10 a. m., Tuesday, Wednesday. Friday and Saturday ; :.to to 8 p. m.. Monday. Wcdnceriay, Thursday and Fridny ; 2 to S p. tn., Tuesday and Thursdav. Mntli-r Tuesday. Thursdiiy and Ssalurrtay. in -so ;0 12 a. m. ; Konday, Wcdniday and F nday, 1 In S n n kOOM 1. I RH1FR Hi V ftam. T.l ".W ! PERRY & NOON AN LN'EXCFXI.m H'KERAL H RVIPHIN;S Hr-rttl Amhuinrp iSrvic Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Dpnt S4 Panne TI. -on nrrtkm. 42.VW ARCHIE JOHNSTON SALES STABLE T SOUTH MAIN STREET. BARRE If You Want Good Horses See Our. Stock TTLKTIIONE SEE US TN OT'R NEW LOCATION nnr tittrm. r :in (uh rd oi Jrf ry Kiir work runprd. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler it FlM STF.irT K'LEACENT TC R tO?TON AMi-RXAN" Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Rale, To Law ate. abort adver tuamenta at the rata of thrw lines tat twenty-live centa for the first insartion and flva cents for each subsequent insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE FOU BALL- In Woodbury, VI. house and barn and 4 acres land, more or less ; house hua tt rooms with 2 piatza and woodnhed ; nica cellar of split stonoi runninu water in huuae, but rented water; barn with bass meut of split iton; 8 stalls and enmatte room and hay loft ; there arc 10 or 12 apple trail,, loma bearing; this place is within 10 minutes' walk of church, school, storus and pusujlUce, and $1,200 takes it in the next 30 dnys ; the homo alone would cost twice what I am asking for the place; W. L, 8wan, 84 CV,ntrRlstrcct, Windsor, Vt. 211116' FOK ciALE bB"RKNT-2-tenement house on Brooklyn street; good repair, modern con venience; will all cheap; Mrs. Chas. Wan chard. Williamatown; N.E. tel. 381-3. atU6 FOR KALE A 2-tenemeiit house en 1 Web ster street; ".rat-class properly in Viht location; apply to Jamos W. Uauld, 4 Orxnue street. 287ti XiiUICE HbOSKS "FOR SALE to cioee out an estate; the t homes are located on the northerly side of Hail street, numbers 20, 22, and 24 : will be sold for the best ob tainable caah price; S. Hollister Jackson, adminiat rotor. 26l FOR SALE-Fine residence on Waahvntrton street to be sold immediately ; apply to Gauld & Robertson, Room 6, Howland block, phone 22-W. 286t FOR SALK Seven-room house, hot wntrr heat; barn, Ranute and other shed ; also 8 extra lota ; John Boasi, Berlin street. 28Stl2 FOR" SALE liy home "at 104 South Main street; 7 rooma and bath, both city and spring water; electric light, furnace heat; good bar-,- in it taken at once; Henry 11 r-I'-y, 104 South Main atmet. tel. 197-J. 279tf FARMS FOR SALE 200-AChK FA kM FOR 8AI.E OR LET Lumbti enough to more than pay for it ; will make price right ; also pair black horses, good mis, weight 2.6O0 ; harneaaee, wagons, cc. ; inuyire Oeorge Jerry,' R. D. 4, North field, Vt. 2Kt6,tf FOR SALE Farm, 130 acre, ju.t'mile from city, with stock and tools If wanted; rea son for selling, poor health ; tel. 479-W ; Amos A. Hall. 2Stf FARM l7 acrea, will keep 20 cows and team ; . enough lumber, pulp and wood to pay for It; VS mile to school, 3 mile to church and good village ; term reasonable or will ex change tor small cottage house; pair work horses weighing 2,800 lbs. : . B. House. Barre, Vt.. tel. 105-J. 18tf BUY A HOME ! STOP PAYING RENT ! THINK ABOUT THESE: SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE near the inter sectjon of Miple avenue and Brook street; partly finished in hardwood ; good cellar ; rooms conveniently arranged; can be bought for less than half the cost to build ; price enly 11,700.00: terms, one-half cash; don't be late on this. MAPLE AVENUE SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE arranged for two familiea ; present owner lives in part and rents the other tenement; large lot. .affording garden; price 12,400.00; this a rood home; owner might consider exchange for farm. EIGHT-ROOM MODERN RESIDENCE In the vicinity of Currier Park ; hot water heat, electric light, large barn, extra large lot; would coat at least I7.0fl0.00 to build; property enn be purrhaacsi for $4,100.00; terms, 11,000.00; balance at 5 per cent BROOKLYN STREET COTTAGE Six rooms, bath, spring water, hardwood floors : an extra building which could easily be con verted into a garage; a bargain at $1,300.00; terms $500.00 cash. BL'Y A DOUBLE HOUSE and let Oi oiher fellow help pay for It; here 1 a good on on Cliff street; 6 rooms in each tene ment ; dividend in renter ; '.'umarea, baths, etc., large lot ; a bargain at $8.000.00 ; term. $:,). 0(1, balance at 6 per cent SPLENDIDLY LOCATED ROOMING HOUSE, located In the heart of the city, at the comer of Keith avenue and Summer street, and known as the Prindle house; all modern, with one of the bcit heating plants in the city; hardword floors, with curly birrh fininh ; contains 12 rooms ; wide porch ; haa b"en built only a few years and always orcuided by the owner: a splendid income derived from rrnting rooms to the best clssa of tenants: will aell furnished if desired: fllneaa in family make saje necessary ; for price, term, etc. Come in and talk it over with u. Office open Monday and Saturday evening. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGEXCY Howland Building, Barre, Vermont ONE OF THE BEST PROPOSITIONS IN A LARGE FARM known in the country. On account af the capacity, of handling atock, and lance sugar ing place and the amount of soft timber; this farm contains Slu acres. 2.IH10 itu.p)e trees and is equipped with 1,850 aap buck et ; a good sugunng equipment, large lot f good farming tools with slock and crop and eonsista of good lot of grain, hay and straw now on hand, about ifvo.oflu ft. of soft wood, timber rvady to cut, and large amount of growing timber and pulp wood within v mile of saw-mill : this t one ff the beet fenced farma I know of in the emintry. being woven wire, fitted to keep sheep er any kind of stock : large field and the beat of soil : pasture that will keep 60 cows, and with plenty of buildings, barn, stables, tool homes, guod sugar house, and plenty ef wood for house and sugaring; this i en great opportunity for a man who is looking for a large farm ; batter look after it at onre, for the suirsr seaaon is near at hand : with a fair kind of a sugar season, eio doubt, a man can make a augar harvest of ll.Oi'U thia year: th,r man who owns it wanta to sell it and will make the price right and will nrlude a lot of household furniture and everything, rswdy to step into prosperous business on dihVrvnt hues, such as dairy ing, lumbering, sugaring; no limit to the amount of money a man enn turn out yearly on the proposition. For further information, writ or eII at J. J. DASH NER REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Bidg.. Barre Tel. J70 MISCELFs NEOUS FARMS FOR SALE Strout'flT Sprinicr Catalog Farms! Just Out!! More than I.oon.oon people will read this new too-page illustrated catalog parked wtth mony-mking farm harrain in S slat -a: ycn'11 want to read c psae II ne ts i Is of 110 srrcs. 10-room hcaise. bams, silo, with pair horses. 7 ciws. hne. poultry, wsg on. i-rl'-mcnt. to close estate for $2.5i0. onle $1,000 (town; see SO acre, page. ea.h: beautiful 'Overlook Farm. re . Iw-rocra river, e r-, -ennm h'ta. practically new barn, pair h:rM. oinir si.w-s. fT,j."ii.,7. hay grain, everything included by woman owner for $l.f'i. part cash: ktails page 7. ,d acre, new 1 2 -room he. brn. big silo. 2 hors. 2 mul. 2 head Hf-uttein. hesrm. r-siltrT. wajoT,. tm; ,m.nl. n-lr for business, at ft.S"0. ti.t" aewn : this hook run to every corner of m.ri-s: wri'e toMisv fw wiir free STRfU'T FARM At.ENCY. BS OMsWk building. H.ton. AGENTS WANTED CANVASSERS WANTED M live, ener getic and experienced ranvewr : i-ieal cr i.rinr.tty with huch-e!s eoocersi : addr J. H Lslor. Sort. 2 Beach trert St fi.wr. rWtra II. Mass. 2-t2 SHERIFFS SALE Taken r virtue of an everotioB to re imrt -i. nd w-.il be wd at raiMw awrtmB to aaf-ify said oocuMn. a tee iaw direete, c-, the h dsy r March. A D !.. at 2 .. rWk la the sftirtiix-a. m the hiisy n frvt cf the Ik. if - - ' e' Km a Mwt n saul . fr of Jre. the fo- ir V-w"t-d trot.rtr. , (in, .-e-rd truck. ewKJel hT. aenal Fitow.brr i.F I- VOFKI. r"-'V Fhrr S. 4 at the ctiv f hsrre. t . l -" ,jT at lete-jarr. i F4',Marl2 HELP WANTED MALE PiVOULb LIKE ONE GOOD MAN, middle- aged preferred, to work by the year, and : a woman or girl to work in the house, to begin right away ; good wwgia to ine nam partice; E. P. Walbridge, Cabot, VU JWM WANTED A SURFACE CUTTER OP ERATOH, TWO FIRST-CLASS liRAN 11K CUTTERS, AND ONE MAN TO LINE UP AND CUT MARKERS; E. A. UUCiBEE CO., BARRiS. Sur WANTED A man to drive team ; F. A. filayton,South Main street. 2lt3 WANTED Night cierk at llule's Tavern, Wells Kiw,Vt, WANTED A man for genral' farm work ; apply to J. L. Buck, Kaat Montpcher ; tel. Montillcr 888-W. .9uf WAN'rt;D-Men'"to work in saw"-miil. $3.60 per day ; also a few Usimstcr at $.1.50 per day, with a 60c bonu ; Green Mountain Lumber Co., Middlara, Vt. ; tL Mmit- pclicr 129-4. 29tf YOUNG MEN for rniiway" maTlTlTrks," $110 month; cxperieeice unnecessary; for free particulars examinations, write R. Terry (former government examiner), 91 Conti nental building, Washington, D. C. 2"t7 WANTED- Bookkeeper, with some rxperi- enco preferred ; addrtas Box 206, Barre. 290tf HELP- W"ANfEDMgneBuT"falc Co., Wa terhury, Vt. 288t6 HO RS E T E A M STE R W A NTED Steady Job : apply to Philip Shonio, tel. 9-11, Water bury, Vt ffte' BARBER WANTED Steady job for right man: G.j;. Whitehill, Graton. Vt 286tl6 WANTED Man to drive'taam Y Y. fcf." Batley. 20tf WANTED At Fletcher Quarry. Woodbury, Vt. ; my agreement with the quarrymen s union expire Feb. 28, 1920, and March 1, 1920. the auarry. will be startexi a an open shop ; present wage rate will continue subject to general conditions; March 1, 1920, will want 60 men for all classes of quarry work ; at the quarry I have a general store and supply men in my employ at wholesale prices; E. R. Fletcher, Woodbury, Vt 270t25 WANTED A good man to banker for gran. Ita cuttens: steady job; the Fisk Bros. Co., 4016 Spring Grave avenue, Cincinnati, Ohia HELP WANTED FEMALE GIRL OR MIDDLE-AGED W'OM AN wanted at once, to care for 2-year-old child and do light housework: Geo. Wools,ey, 32 Circle street, 'phone 113-M. 29213 WANTED- Ex"pcrienced stenographers: we have positions for capable stenographers who are thoroughly , experienced ; apply by letter only, stating' experience, references and salary expwted ; ell A Richardson' Co.. Inc., Burlington, Vt. EWtf WANTEiPWomoi betwem the age of 20 and 46 to take a six months' course in practical nursing: allowance, $10.00 per month ; for further particulars apply to Mutual Aid Association, Harris place, Brattleboro, Vt. 292t6 WANTED--Italiansa'.f3lady with experience in dry goods store: apply by letter ttating experience and age to "T. S.," care Time office. ; 2?lti WANTED-iiirl or "middle-aged woman for general houaework in small family: write Barre. Vt.. R. K. D. No. 4. Box 6. 2fU6 WANTEI-- rable girl ; s-ooi pay nnd steady job; apply at once; Hotel Barre. 290tB WANTED An experienced cook; Miller's Inn, Montpelier. Vt. 291tf W ANtEb--Someone to deTYamily washing ; answer by letter to "P.," care Time office. 2S6tf WANTED At onceT reliable girl or woman for general housework ; good home and wage; reference must be furnished; Mrs. Clude Fifher. upper Main etreet, Monttel ier. 'phone 1V6. 284U0S NURSES' ASSISTANTS, saiaVy" $40 "per month : uniform, board, room and laundry furnished : apply to Supt of Nurse. Uong Islau'i College Hospital, Brooklyn, N. V. r 27V126 WANTED-rTixTkkeeper and stenographer at l.amorty Clothing Store. J7.S1 WANTED -A c.imvetent housekeeper for a familv of ft : references required ; box E, Norihfield. Vt WANTED-Pupil numes nnd attendants at the Taunton State Hospital ; wairas $35.00 pee month with maintenance: for particular sddress Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt., Taunton State Hospital, Taunton. Maae. ?ttt WANTED Middle-aged woman for gen. eral housework : small family, god wsge and steady work; E. R. Fletcher, Woodbu-y. Vt. I34ti HOUSES TO RENT TENEMENT TO RENT for small family : centra! location; inquire at S29 North Main street; O. D. Shurtlrff. 892tf OFFICE" ROOM TO RENT -- In ".Aldrieh blotk : spply to Robert Knox, janitor. Aldrieh block. t FOR RENT -One" 5-ronm tenement at 18 Addison place: inquire at premise after 4 p. m. . . TENEMENTS to RENT 4, 5 and 6 rooms. bath, electric light, gas: Inquire of F. D. Berkley, S Park street, 'phone 5SS-W. 2Slt6 COTTAGE HOUSE TO RENT - On Vine treet; G. L. Woorlworth, Eastman "'"j Store for Rent One of the beat Incatlons on Msin street: large display windows; same building as J'ark Theatre and Barre Drug Co. ; apply to Chris Zanleoni. Jr.. Barre. T'tf TO RENT-a-rooaji temment with garden on GartieJd avenue: vatant Mar. 1 : inquire of Mrs. Catherine Williams. 12 Wost street. l ET" W i'SStf COTTAGri tiui..-r. w rem, and pap-red: barn, ganiim end Vnhmise: on Kast Montpelier mad: apply to Leon L. Cumincs. S4 Merchant street. !'ttf TO RFNT Ijtrge front room near Spauldlne ichoo': apply to Mrs. B. A. Wright 10 Washington street W " TO RENT At H Brook afreet. rooms, entirely separate: bath, set tub and hot rM and electric light: a good place to kwn boarders or roomer: Alex. McHafSle. M S 904: E. L. Smith, tel. $1-Y. 17 Weat street . . ,46tf " TO RENT A t-room tenement at 400 North Main atreet: inquire at 820 North Main street Iu" WANTED POSITION "WANTED -Idy wishes ww',!" as housekeeper or companion ; address "B K.," Barre Time. 2f3t4 WANTED - Home for baby a month e'.d : send replies by letter only to Hahy esre Timra office. FARM WANTED Married rmiple want to hire a farm equipped with st.wk and tools, readv to work : good rr fercners : send in Twer, to "Hire," care Timox nff.ee. WANTED - A S-room tennnrnt on or before Marvh I : also gwd farm for sale or will exchanee for a small house In the eity : re exenansr " ..rt, una. Washineton. ..y to " "" " x1l!2 ' i. - - - uVTFD--AH-round hiacksirith wsnU no WA. ' .1 i.. I.., or l,. -Blacksmith " esrc Tim-W rre. . . . . i iUM W AVTT'D - Want to rent farm witn 1 ,,oMk and TcU: addreaa letter, to "F r care Tim.' orfice. ". Wanted nt Once No. 1 Marie, either in the log or sawed 12U and 13 inches! lontr. Anyone interested and! able to deliver to railroad at a good price will do well to write jto Waterbury Last Block Co.. Waterbury. Vt uw MALE AND FEMALE HELP! KEl.F W ANTED--Yai rn and -ome. I tase snsit.ons a attendant at the A er meaat Stale HorHl for the Irsawe at Water. I Kiev : to thase ska d-sire. an ewrwrtunity j fered to altewd nasas Irani ag ecsirse ; p- I ! at tuwiMtal sie-twrr. Vt ltf SALESMEN WANTED SALFVKN tD tOI lI'IfF-' srv.'-iy ruwil ' " ''' tv1- I a ttm . ss r renl oerert",,v s ""vac it. j rststm. e a - pe-t -- : foe fllJ partsraia- ! I T ! rVrt- huot. e4 Agcm-sss. s- thacti street. I i' .,, At f-- FOR SALE i'OR KALE A good piano case Story A Clark organ, 6 octaves, walnut case, will bv sold at a low pirre, in order vo make room for our new stuck of pianos ; Bailey Music Rooms, 29316 iKV8'r0VEW00D FOR SALE "About 1,500 runs, delivered as followa: Soft IS i hard, $.1.60; block wood. $; beet slab, $6: am agent for Lurkin soap and offer 14 ox. Boraxine for 10c : naphtha, tic ; Swett Home, 6c; wool, 10c; anyone interested inquire of Norman Mrl,eay,Granitov1lle. ZVltP FOR SALE One 6-II.P. bolt-driven" pneu matic air plant for sale cheap, in first. class condition; G, A. Kaeppler, Millville, N. J. 90t6 TWO SINGLE COMH'ANCONA'nOOSTERS FOR SALE Price $3.60 and $5: also a liinittil number of aetting ; 11. C. Allen, 403 North Main street. 20016 FOR KALE-Aii" Empire douhleunit milker in first-class condition ; complete with en gine, 4-ft. shaft, belts and pulltys ; inquire of C. W. Garner, Cabot Vt 2S916 BLUE CHINCHILLA MACKINAW" FOR SALE In good condition; N. 1. Roberts. 124 North Main straet. 283tf CADILLAC 1918 flve-paasenger touring car for sale. Inquire Harold Fitta, Tel. 0, Barre. 281tf FOR SALE Two cash regiaters, medium si.ed suft; bark counter, oak doors: cus pidors, etc. ; if interested, apply to A. I Guthrie,' 8 Beacon street tel. 679-M. 278tf PLAYER PIANO "FOR" SALE " Beautiful mahogany 88-note highUss player piano, practically new; will exchange for auto; inuqirc at 90Merchant street. tf FORSaLE 26-H.P. interpotional kerosene engine, used very little; a good one; 360 gal. storage tanks; Lane shingle mill with jointer; band saw machine, complete; gang stripper new, complete with plates and 3 saw ; Hight Bros., WestTophnm, Vt 270tf COMMENCING JAN. 2. I shall give a dis count for caih only; 12 per cent on my entire stock, not including groceries, rigara and tobacco ; now ia the time to buy ; this sale is for a limited time only ; E. E. Mox- fieid. Plainfleld. Vt 53tf FOR SALE--Nice, dry hard wood; tel. 66-M Barre. 24Stf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE Heifer, g months old, good grade; inquire of A. Chatot, Pen-in street 298t4 FOR SALE A pair of oxen, 5 years old: C. E. Johnson, It. F. D. 3, Montpelier. Vt. 292t6 FOR SALE- Pair Hotsteln steers, 3 yriTold well matched, hv been wporked some ; or would exchange for cows ; L. C. Tucker. Cabot Vt 292t6 THREE FRESH COWS FOR SALE Passed tuberculin test; M. Aja, East Barre. tel. 873-M. r89tlJ Registered Ayrshires and Berkshires One 2-year-old bull with the beat of A. R. breeding. Three young cows, well bred and good producers, tubenrulin tested. Two heifer calves, 1 yearling sow, due April 1; 2 bred gilts. - This is all high-grade Vock and priced to aell. WHte, or better, come nnd fee. RAYMOND W. PIKE, Plainfield, Vt. 2St!6 FOR SALE - One cow, tested, 1 express wagon, 1 plow and a harrow; John Filva, 28 River street, Barre. 20tf FOR SALE R-uietcrcd Holstein bull! 28 mo. old, weight 1.400; nine-tenths white: C. E. Taplin. Waihington, Vt STStlft ONE REGISTERED GUERNSEY COW, 8 yrs. old, and her heifer calf, also eligible ng' try ; resristered Guemaey bull calf. 3 mo. old. a "corker" ; this is good, clean stuff, and we will sell it right; ask abo-.'t them: A. T. Smith & Son. Eaat Hill. Barre. Vt. : tel. 504-M. ?Mtf FOR "SALE twenty grade cows, due to free hen at once; tuberculin tested: John R. Benjamin. Barre. 105-R. 235tf HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SAT."E iSorrer-coltr"yeXrs old, also automobile sleigh, buggy and harness; will sell cheap if taken at once; inquire at 79 South Main street 93tf "LEST YoFfORGET" Remember, we are sell ing Harness cheaper than any of them. Just take a look and see. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON, Manager S4 STATE STREET. MONTPELIER Just in Time We have, protected our customers against embargoes and delays in freight by getting in a shipment of JOHN DEERE SPREADERS You can buy now as long as they last for delivery later. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Telephone WANTED TO BUY HiGHF.ST PRICES PAID for rags, rubbers. magazines, palmers ; also furniture, otovea : phene 719-R: Abeam Fine. 4 Maple "J' PORTABLE" "'SA'W.MIL!"W AN'rEti-" F. t Downing. 22 Ciif atreet. tel. H4-W. Seatf ' WANTED -To buy straw at bam: tel. f-M . -'7tf W ANTED TO BUY- Second-hand furnitu-e, tools and stme : Inquire O. Smith, 837 No. Main street, tel. 72-M. MISCELLANEOUS A YOUNG MAN "of good habits" and in per fect hialih, with a trade and capable of earning good wages, would like to correspond w'th a young lady with matrimonial inclina tions, preferably one who would like to travel: pli-r give accurate description and full particulars in tilt letter, which will be rctiirne.1 if desired : any communication will tv- held strictly in a gentlemsn's confidence: M.." care Times. .. 2t! DANCING --Latest N. V. stei : private le. son by appointment only : call or 'phone tS-ll. 1T2 Main street 26ytf ANYONE PESIKIN3 MAN WITH HORSE to work by the day, hauling ashea or gar bare or rlme up around, call on E. Pero tell 49 Sonth Mai"J street or telephone Will Page, 403-VV. Ult BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AN "OPPORTUNITY ef escevtional merit is i.tTiiid a man in Birre to engage in an estremeiy profitable business for himself : F.astrra Producu Co., 'i Tremor t street. ttnatcm. Mass. . ....S WANTED Stat.- and county ditribut's foe THE NEW RED SEAL VISIBLE SPARK PLUti : if ou are looking for a business I roposition. we hae it: Jou rttuirt affocd to lt th:a pasa. as it will mean financial In-dnnndtn-e to the man thst rete in en the eround flooe : will demonstrnte at the auto show. Portland. Me.. March 1 to : srrit fe-tor representative. H. B. Zickr. Putnam street. Haf-frrd. Corn. ISih r r LOST AND FOUND LOST - W orkman's pay rnveior. uno-sed ; fnder p'cese return to 1 he Time rStre: n.n-n nmnrd. SVXta LeT - S-urda nisht rtvhly in t'Un Hell. - k-s e,n rit ; pksie return to T-rr.ee "ev re. rlt4 L'M' Blsck and ti ho.ir.4 p'P : "'!-. UiaWe." cM cr'lar: f mlerr please ti.ofj same V Bmno's store. lt North Msin street. oST " S!ur-tsy afv-rt a bten Smith r,et and f 'r Hosra'al. f Jv 4S in cash: nno.r will he rews-ded hr uotifynsa " xrchi at the City Htepital. 1'ltt ADVERTISF. YOUR WANTS IN THE T I M E S AND G E T SURE RESULTS Tel. 273-W 1 1 3 So. Main St