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TIIK UAKHE DAILY TIMKS, BAH HE, VT., WEDNESDAY, MAHCII 3, 1020.
ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. Colchester's town debt wai reduced $5,184.65 during 1910. Married, at Windsor, Feb. 20, by Rev. B. A. Lucas, Ernest E. Wilson and Ethel M. Hanson, both of Windsor. MRS. CHAS. PEDEN GAINED 27 POUNDS The Middleman Three Lines for 25c Tt. Tin.. ... 1 1 1 l 1 1 l- .1' l ff ..J . .m.. fiuunnn niinw, itvmt .... Found. For ftnlr, To Lst, etc. short silver- usements--at the rot of three llnmt Tor twenty-rive ruin for the first Insertion and five cents for each subsequent Insertion. HELP WANTED MALE FOR SALE VAiN TKDMan to drive team; inquire D. M. Milia Coal Co., 18 Smith street. tV'Ui There are 300 Vermonters in Wal thara, Mass., and there is a flourishing Vermont club there, with an enroll ment of 150 names. Was Twice Examined and Each Time Told Opera tion Would Be Her Only Hope. Residence in Rutland for renting mimeses are so scarce that earasres are being made over for that purpose and Henry P. Branch, wlio died at his home in Orwell Feb. 2tl of pneumonia, had been a deacon in the Congregation -al church of that place since 1878. Mr. George Rivers of Pittsford re port! that 118 eggs were laid by her flock of 11 hens during the month of February, with only a feed of cracked corn and oats. A flock of from 30 to 60 Bohemian waxwings was seen Sunday in St. Al bans. They are very handsome birds from the arctic regions and are rare winter visitors in this latitude. Mary H. (Farnsworth), wife of Rev. John S. Goodall, D. D., died at her borne in Essex Junction Monday even ing. Rev. and Mrs. Goodall recently observed their 60th wedding anniver sary. Four deaths in one family in Ira oc curred within 48 tours recently and three other members of the family are ill. Hannah Weaver, aged H years, and Nora Weaver, aged six years, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weaver, died Monday and another daughter, Mrs. Arthur Kelley, and her eon, Raymond, died Saturday morn ing. All the deaths were caused by influenza. . . ... "I have just finished my third bottle of Tanluc and have gained tweuty-sev en pounds," was the truly remarkablo statement made by Mrs. Chaa. Pedeu, residing at 550 Mill street, Huntsville, Alabama. Mrs. Peden is one of the best known and most highly respected women of . that city, where she has made her home for a number of years "When I commenced taking the med icine," she continued, "I only weighed nuii-iy-eigiu iyoj pounas; now l weigh one hundred twenty-five pounds and never felt better in my life. For years I have suffered with s bad form of stomach trouble, constipation and pair in my side and back. At times the pains took the form of torture, and I was twice examined and each time told that an operation would be ty only hope. I had fallen off until I only weighed ninety-eight pounds and was so weak I could hardly get around. "I had no appetite scarcely at all, anfl what little I did eat would cause gas to form in my stomach, which gave me palpitation of the heart, sick headaches and a dizzy feeling about the head. When those spells came on me, I would get awfully nervous. I wor ried about myself until I could rest and sleep but little. 'I had fallen off until I was almost skin and bones,' and my strength and Winchefitcr Ccm-Pny Appoints Local FAMOUS MANUFACTURER MAKES COXXECTlOti Because of a scarcity of painters in Brattleboro last year and no better prospects for the coming season, the master painters or me town granitu their workmen an increase in wages March 1. The scale is 70 cents an hour and eight hours a day. This increase was made in the hopes of inducing what painters there are to remain in Brattlcjbjiro and of inducing others to come. ' The manager of Hotel Bardwell in Jutland has leased the Pine Wood farm, owned by Frank I). White, con sisting of 350 acres, and will change the name to the Bardwell farm. The I'olcl will use the products of this farm and guests there will receive the benefit of the maple nnnar made from Hie orchard of 500 maple trees on the property. Joseph Hammell, a farm manager of experience, specializing in the dairy end of the business, has been engaged as manager of the farm. Store Its Representative to Sell New Products. The appointment of C. W. Averill A Co. to sell in this community the new hardware and sporting goods manufac tured by the Winchester Repeating Arms company is announced. Fifty-three years ago the Winchester repeating rifle was placed on the mar ket by the Winchester Repeating Arms company of New Haven, Conn. Now this great manufacturing estab Meeting of the Aero Club of Vermont. A joint meeting of the Aero Club of Vermont with the Vermont Society of Engineers will be held in Burlington Wednesday, March 10. The business meeting of the Aero club will be held at the Hotel Van Ness t 10 a. m. The joint session in the afternoon on the roof garden of the Hotel Vermont will be opened by an address on "Avia tion Landing Fields." This is a subject of the most intense and practical inter est to the citizens of every state which desires to play its part in the develop ment of aviation during the year 1920, which will be a "landing field year. The two organizations will be ad dressed at the evening session by Col. C. C. Brant, air service, of Fort Schuy ler, X. Y., who will speak on. the sub ject: "Engineering from-the Air." All members of the Aero Club of Ver mont, all citirsns interested in Ver mont development, and especially all veterans of the air service during 1he World war are urged to attend this meeting, which will mean the revival f the Aero club and the outlining of in air program for Vermont. MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. Twelve Pitchers and Eight Catchers Report for Ball Team. The first prae'.iee for the battery andidates for the Middlebury nine was held Tuesday afternoon. Twelve pitch sr and eight catchers reported for the Initial workout. Ray "Pick" Fisher, '10, star twirler of the Cincinnati Reds, trill coach the pitchers and catchers up to the time he leaves for the aouthern training camp. With Hulihan, Elmer ind Gedde. last year' twirlers, back, ind a number of promising new men, I he battery position seem to be well taken care of. Cup Still with Neutral Men. Scholarship contests were inaugurated it Middlebury college in 1817, with the ffer of cups to the fraternities and lororities, to be won in each group T the first to maintain the highest tcholasic standing for three consecu tive yeers. Among the men, the neu trals led the first two years and were gain at 4he bead at the end of the Jrt semester this year. If they keep !he position at the end of the present Mmeiter, they wiil have won the nip. The relative positions this mid-year rere: Neutrals, Delta t'psilnri. Alpha Sigma Phi, Chi Psi, Kappa Delta Rho, Delta Kappa Epsilon. The competition la been closer among the women, with igma Kappa leading Ut year and the lrt half of this. Following very close !c Sirms Kappa in order, were Alpha fi. Pi Bet Phi. Neutral. Delta Delta Delta. On the a hole, the women ranked igher than the men. energy were slowly leaving me. I had a dread of the future and could Bee nothing but the operating table and the knife. I had a perfect horror of an operation, but bad made up my mind that it was either life or death and pre pared to submit to it. I had made all preparations for the operation and called on my sister to tell her good bye, as I did not know whether I would live to see her again or not. My sister begged and pleaded with me not lishment, tremendously expanded in to allow them to cut on mp and' fold the git-antic part it played in the win me to wait and try a good tonic for a "ing "f the W;rld Tar ' PP,y j branching out to make all possible tie while. Hie next day as I returned 0f the additional knowledge, experience irom the consultation room I thoucht and equipment thus acquired. New ar of what she said, and as I had heard tirles kern "V"1"" s,rt,a(1y include tools, an m..h .Ul Tl T J.:j.J i rut lery, ISIIIIIU IMraic, Hamuli;" I . " UVKm,!a vo "7 skate, etc. With half a century of it as a last resort, and stopped at the vrmrionna nnd linn vep I led erill innien t entering into their production, it is to be expected that these new products, made m the same skilled and work manlike manner as the famous Win chester guns have Wen made for so lontr, will have merit above the ordi nary To the (rood fortune of the manv old friends of Winchester in the commu nity who will be the first to wish to examine these new articles, we have here in Barre a retail hardware concprn of sucih hiRh standing. as to be one of the first exclusively selected to present these new Winchester products to the buvintr public. The airreement thus carries with it the privilege and re sponsibility of representing the man ufacturer more directly, than any re fined to the house since September, is able to ride out. T:STXTfiOPrffXRtF.8-fc'.SMITH ESTATE OF CHARLES H. MARTIN Stato of Vermont, District f Rsndolph. fa. The honorable probate ccurt for .he dis Irict afomaid. to the h ln .And all person interested in the cuute of Charlts If. Man tin, late of Williamstown, In said district, dcreased. (SHEETING : WHEREAS, application hath bwn made to Uhia court, in writing, by the executor of 111. MUTfl !M u m IHUIU,!. I' I II , 1 1 1 M .... ' rcnee and authority to kU all of real estate , .).. dar assigned, in the Barre Daily of aid deceased for the payment of dilrfa ; Time., a newspaper published at the eity of and charge of administratis, setting forth p , .j -ii.trirt. therein tne amount 01 oetn uue iimii p t. l .1 -1 ..t nllminl.,n,iirti .nil II. II UW !.' .mill n ... J State of Vermont, District of Washington, M. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persona interested in the tst-.te if Charlcsi E. Smith, late cf vhe city -of Uarre. in said district, dtatased, GKKKTIN'C: WHEHEAS. snid court has assigned the 24th dny pf Murch next for examining: and Silitwinu the account of the execu trix of the estate of said deceased and for a dterre of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be iriven to r.H per sons interested in said estate by pubitsninf this order three weeks successively previous HOUSES FOR SALE BUSINESS " UL'ockfiood location Ton Main strwt; interested parties write to "Mock." care Tlmrs. 29ftl2 J-'On S A LE A 2-ttncment house "on 1 Web ster street; first-class proiwrty In riifht location; apply to Jama W. (iauld, 4 Orinice street. ' 2B'lt' THKEJS HOUSES FOR SALE to close "out an aetata; the g houses are located on the northerly side of Hall streets, numbers 0, 22, and 24 ; will be sold for the bent ob tainable rash pries; S. HollisUr Jackson, administrator. Stjatf FOR SALE My homeaTl'6"SmithMain street; 7 rooms and bath, both eity end sprinft water: electric liuhts, furnace heat; good bargain ff taken at once; Henry Bos ley, 104 .Smith Main street tel. 107-J. 27t)tf FARMS FOR SALE 200-ACKE FARM FOR SALE OR LET Lumber enoutrh to more than pay for it ; will make price right; also pair black horses, Kc.od ones, weixht 2,6J0 ; harneastn, wattons, elr. inuqire Ueorae Jerry, R. D. 4, North- flr.ld, Vt. 288t6tf FOR SALE -Farm, 180 acresTTuBt mile from city, with stock and tools if wanted; rea son for selling, poor health ; tel. 479-W : Amos A. Hall. 28tf I'ARM 107 acres, will keep 20 cows and team; enough lumber, pulp and wood to pay for It; ',4i mile to school, S miles to church and Kood villaxe; terms reasonable or will ax chanire tor small rottace house; pair work horses weigh in 2,800 lbs.; E. B. House. Barre, Vt., tel. 106-J. J8t BUY A HOME ! STOP PAYING RENT ! THINK ABOUT THESE: SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE near the inter. section of Mnple avenue and Brook street ; partly nntened in hardwood ; (rood teJIar ; rooms conveniently arrantred ; can be bought for k than half the cost to build: price only $1,700.00; terms, one-half cash; don't dc late on tnis. FOR SAXiS --Counters, showcases, back eases! horse, hurm-ase. wuirona. sleds. aUivhi, W AN'lED Man to drive team drawing- loirs ! p ,.!l.ac"Lc"; JclrJ nd furniture; .... v. vim ii.ii. .u, c?t4tLB iirefL jnnntrwviier. Vt 297HS MAPLE AVENUE SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE arranged for two families; present owner lives in part and rents the other tenement ; large lot, affording garden: price S2.4O0.OO: this is a good home; owner might consider exchange for a farm. drug store and got a bottle. Of course J had lost heart and had no faith in medicine but io please my sinter, I made up my mind to take it, and oh, what a happy day that was for me! 'I never returned for the operation, but just kept taking Tanlae, and my improvement has been so rapid that none of my clothes fit me. Right from the start I began to improve. The med icine seemed to take hold right at once. It had a soothing effect, and in a few days I felt no pain at all. I was so happy over my wonderful im provement that I sent for my neigh- nors to tell tnem how much better I tail merchant has heretofore done in felt. I sent and got another bottle of the case of the Winchester company Tanlac and have just finished my third A "Peeial invitation is being extended ., j ri ,;. T . T by the Winchester company to all its and teel like I nave been made over , .t- T. . "'"uc i fnpnd, ,n this district to visit ' The again into a new woman. Winchester .Store" and see the latest "As I have said before, I now weieh additions to the Winchester "family." one hundred twentv-five nnnnda and And as C. W . Averill 4 to. are like 1 I : l : . 1. . J .. . .. .1 , I. wine in u in;; ncrju'mjf mi ui su, ine store is eniovinjf a regular "old home week" of Winchester visitors. New friends will of course lie equally we come with old Winchester acquain tanccs. adv the amount of personal estate and the situ ation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the IHth day of March, at. the probate! oflice in Chelsaa. in said district t" bear and decide upon said appli estien and petition, and ordered public notice tlwnxrf to he given to all persons interested therein, by publishing said order, togetlu-r , .i,u th. ,Am,- t hearine. three Mr3-10-1T wctk successively in the Barre Daily Timni. i v. newspaper whieh circulates in tne netgn- ; borhood of those peraens intereatod in said tstaU'. sll which publications shall be previ- j ous to the day aasignd for baring. THEREFORE, you are hen-hy nolified to aptiear hrf(,r said court, at the time and ! place assigned, then and there in said court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Chelsea, in said district, this 2d day of March. 1C2". GEORGE L. STOW, Judge. ! MarS-10-lT THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpeller, in said district on the day assigned, tl.cn and there to contest the allowance of ssid account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 2d day of March. 1P2U. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. EIGHT-ROOM MODERN RESIDENCE In the vicinity of Currier Park: hot water heat electric lights, large barn, extra large lot; would coat at least 17,000.00 to build; property can be purchased for 14,100.00; terms, $1,000.00; balance at 6 per cent BROOKLYN STREET COTTAGE Big rooms, bath, spring water, hardwood floors : an extra building which could easily be con verted into a garage; a bargain at sl.300.00; terms 1500.00 easb. BUY A DOUBLE HOUSE and let th other fellow help pay for it ; here Is a good one on Cliff street; 6 rooms in each tene ment ; dividend In center ; i'urnaeos, baths, etc.. large lot ; a bargain at 13,000.00 ; terms, 1500.00, balance at 6 per cent lei mill; H. L. Douglas, tel. D07-14. 2U7t8 WANTED A foreman to take charge of shed ; apply by letter only to "Foreman." care Timis office. 2Mt3 w in i ci e.me teamsuer si once; v.. . Utley. Marshfleld. Vt S6tf- WANTED Man cxpnrienced in granite in dustry for buyer by wholesale granite firm ; address Box M. care Barre Daily Times. 26t3 WANTED- First-class polisher, who can set his own beds; steady work; $1 per hour or bettor ; write Capital Monumental Works, routei 8, Sulem, Oregon. 2f' WANTED A man or boy to woric on farm ; state wages wanted ; Box 321, Waterbury, Vt. 24t6" WANTED- iVmuihtMius'foir w'ranlti" manu facturing plant in Barre: apply by letter to "jlraughtamnn." care Times office.24t6 WANTED A SURFACE CUTTER OP ERATOR, TWO FIRST-CLASS GRAN ITB CUTTERS, AND ONE MAN TO LINE UP AND CUT MARKERS; E. A. BUGUEE CO., BARRE. 291tf WASTED Nipht cTeraTarHaleTlavernT Well River. Vt 292tf WANTED A man for gencral farm work ; apply to J. L. Buck, Eust Montpclier; tel. Montpelier 3H8-W. 2ltf WANTED-Men to Vork in saw-mill," 13.50 per day; also a few teamsters at S8.B0 per day, with a 60c bonus ; Green Mountain Lumber Co., Middlutetx, Vt. ; tel. Mont pelier 129-4. 290tf WANTED Bookkeeper, with some experl encs preferred; address Box 206, Barre. 20tf BARBER WANTED Steady" job" for - right man: (',. C. Whitehlll. Groton. Vt 286tl6 WANTED- A good man to banker for gran ite cutters; steady job; the Fisk Bros. Co., 4018 Spring Grove avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. S62tf HELP JVANTED FEMALE WANTED Girl for general housework : no wsshing or ironing: 2 in the family; ap ply to Mrs. Blanche Pen-in, Plainfield. Vt 29614 WANTED Girl or woman for general house , work ; no washing : apply 63 Maple avenue or Bell & Houston's. 296tf WANTED A girl or middlo-aged woman for genersl housework : apply to Mrs. Thomas Gisbome, Jontpolier. Vt 287t6 "" GOOD WAGES FOR HOME WORK " We need you to make socks for us on the fast easily learned Auto Knitter; experience unnecessary; we buy all you can supply us: distance immaterial ; positively no canvass ing ; yarn supplied ; particulars tc stsmp ; Dcpt 304C, Auto Knitter Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Feb28MBr3t2' W A NTOD--Wai treses; Waterbury Inn. Wiw terbury. Vt. 29"tf WANTED Stenmrrai har; answer by letter Only ; address "Garage," care Barre Times. 296tf tOR SALi!, Sullivan comprtsoor and 100 H.P. motor; owing to the fact that wo have recently installed a lamer maehln. u. are offering this equipment which we ran guarantee to be first-class in every respect ; compressor is a 640-foot machine and hns been in operation part of 2 years; Marr s Gordon, Inc. 297tf EXCELSIOR "MOfORCYCLEFORSALE--Good running order; will sell nt fair price; Henry J. Phillips, 47 Brooklyn street. 29ot3" FOR SALE Hay and limb w"ood ; let 397-11. tms POOL TABLE IN FIRST-CLASS SHAPE New cushions ! 2 sate of balls and about S don. cues; will sell cheap, ns I need th. room; T. C. McCarthy, 107 South Main t"1; 29W FOR SALE Having purchased n larger equipment, we now c,!Ter for sale our In--gersoll-Rand sir compressor, capacity 200 cubic feet: now operating at our plant in good running condition; Roux Granite Co. ; 2C4tf FOR SALE-One Oliver typewriter, Ro. , in very good condition; T. J. Orne. Cabot, v : 295t6 FOR SALE A Baby No. 2""teLavaI cream separator, nearly new; price 135.00 : write John W. Sanborn, executor, Bradford. Vt. 295tl6 FOR SALE Eddy sugar place, about 30 seres, sugarhouse 30x40, new iron roof, 875 sap buckets, Kicr arch and evaporator, rath rnng tank and reservoir, uaring-off pen arid arch, dry wood in the shed ; nil for 1 700 ; the tool alone would cost more thnn :he price asked ; I wiU pay 25c a pound for the i"1! ,.h,". yer; Irael Jewelt, agent, Marshfield, Vt 296t7 '9? SALE A good pianocase Story A Clark organ, 5 octaves, walnut case, will be sold at a low pirce. in order to make room for our new stock of pianos: Baileve Music Rooms. 293t6 P y.T' CH 'ACHILLA MACKINAW FOR J,' .In 'r,x, condition; N. i. Roberts, 1-4 North Main street. 23tf CADILLAC 1913 fivepassengerTourinV" csr for sale. Inquire Harold Fitts, Tel. 60. Brre: . 281tf FOR SALE-25-H.P. Interre'tional kerosene' engine, ued verv KhIm ka Jl. storage tnnks ; Lsne shingle mill with Jointer: band saw machine, complete: gang stopper new. complete with plate and saws : Htght Bros.. West Topsh-.m, Vt. 270tf COMMENCING JAN. 2S. I shsll" Vive a 'dis count for cash only ; 12 per cent on my entire tork. not including xroeeri". i iy.- and tobacco : now is the time te buy ; this sala is for u limited time only; E. E. Max eld. Plninfleid. Vt. ::Mtf 66tM Barre. 248tf PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININCER SURGEON DENTIST Howland Building, RoomJ6, "Phone 93-W. Office Hours: 9 to 12. 1 to 6 and :S0 to 7:30 PIANO TUNING BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR RELIABLE PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS. V1CTROLAS, SONORAS. RECORDS AND SHEET MUSIC Leave your orders hre for Piano Tuning Telephone 3B9-W, Barre, Vt Five years Everett Piano Factory Two years Hallett Davis Piano Factory One year Ch'- ing Waseroom Five years Clark A McMssUr SPLENDIDLY LOCATED ROOMING HOUSE. located in the heart of the city, at the corner of Keith avenue and Summer street, and known as the Prindl house; all mortem, with one of the best heating plants in tne cny ; narowood floors, with euriy I birch finish : contains 12 rooms ; wide porch ; ; has been built only a few years and si way I occupied by the owner ; a splendid Income ; derived from renting rooms to the best class 1 of tenants : will sell furnished If, desired : illness in fsmily makes sale necessary ; for price, terms, etc. Come in and talk It over with us. OfTlcs open Monday and Saturday evenings. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Holland Building, Barre, Vermont slight Accident on Central Vermont A pair of bmken wheel on a freight ar, on the Centra! Vermont, about a i . , St- a .' . . , wmru mi wwiy nnmivf rne isbet B ni.e north f Kat Sw.nton. tore uplt. ,t ., inmk TWa hirm! be track considerably about 6 o'clock i has and pleasant Owr an so powerful ia ruesdsT morn.nir. There i no one none of my clothes are big enough for me, and I will have to make them over nfrain. I now have a ravenous appe tite and my husband say I am simply eating him out of house and home. I have even gonp back to my coffee, which I was told not to touch. Those horrible pains in my back and head have all disappeared, and I sleep like a child. I am no longer nervous, and when I get up in the morning I feel refreshed, cheerful and bright. I am now able to attend to my hounework again, and I feel as if I had started life all over. My husband is highly delighted, and my recovery is the talk of the neighborhood. I do nothing but rejoice all day long over the recovery of my health and praise Tanlac to everybody. "I feel so grateful for my escape from the operating table and the knife that you may publish what I have said; you may, if you wish, tell other women uffering a I was to come and see me and I will be glad to tell them about my case.'t j Tanlae i told in Barre by the Uarre Drug Co., in North field by Nat A. Wheeler, and in AVaterbury by Hriebin & Brlsbin. Adv. li RADFORD Station Agent B. H. Hooker and fam ily, who have been sick with influenza, arc now on the gain. Judge F. M. Butler of But land was in town oti business last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Slack announce the marriage of their daughter, Haze! M., to Harry 0. ( lark at Berlin, Conn., Wednesday,' Feb. 18. Ned Marshall, the clerk at Hotel Low, is viniting his relatives at Saco, Me. Amos Sawyer has returned to liis work at .Springfield, after suffering from an attack of '.he mumps. Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Harry Parker at her winter home in Miami, Fla. fieorge GafTield spent Sunday with his parent. Carl (. Bagley, jr., who has lieen eon- DR. A. H. SMITH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 25 KEITH AVENt E Hours: 10 to 12 a. ni. ; 2 to 4 p. m. Closed Wednesday Afternoons and Saturdays B. ARTHUR REED Tet; 7S-.d Bo 145, Montpelier, Vt Leave orders at Bailey's Music Room, ltarre, tel. 361-W I HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 169-M FOR PROMPT MOTOR 'AMBULANCE SERVICE. CALL M. J. WHITCOMB EAST BARRE, VT. Undertaker and Licensed Embalmer ONE OF THE BEST PROPOSITIONS IN A LARGE FARM known in the country. On account of th capacity, of handling stock, and Isrge sugar ing place and tne amount oT soft timber; this farm contains R10 acres. 2,000 maple trees and is equipped with 1.850 sap back ets: a good sugaring equipment large lot cf good farming tools with stock and crops snd consists pf good lot of grain, bay and straw now on hand, about 200,000 ft of toft wood, timber ready to cut and Urge sniount of growing timber snd pulp wood w-ithin '.j mile of ssw-mill : this is one wf the best fenced fsrme I know of in the country, being woveti wire, ntted to keep sheep sr sny kind of stock ; large fields and the beat of soil : pasture that will keep 60 rows, and with plenty of buildings, barn, stables, tool houses, good sugar home, snd plenty t woc.41 for house snd sugaring : this is ens I greut opportunity for a man who Is looking WANTED Experienced stenographers ; we have positions for eapBble stenographers who are thoroughly experienced ; apply by letter only, stating experience, Vre.fcren'-T and salary expected; Wells ft RicharJ-'on Co., Inc., Burlington. Vt. "4tf WANTED--Chember maid and boy for pan try work : Waterbury Inn., Waterbury, Vt. 294tf WANTED-Girl or" niiddleaged lady for :ten eral housework; small family; food wages; Lawrence E. Donlin, Hardwick. Vt., 'phone 2-X. 294t6 G1RL OR 'MIDDLE-AGED' WOMAN wanted at once, to care for ii-yenr-old child and do light housework : Geo. Woolsey, 32 Circle slrcet 'phone 113-M. 295t3 WANT'ED-Women " between the" age of 20 and 4S to take a six months' course in prsatical nursing; allowance, 110. 00 per month ; Tor further particulars apply to Mutual Aid Association, 9 Harris place. Brattleboro. Vt 20216 WANTED Italian saleslady with experience in dry goods store; apply. by letter stating experience and age to "T. S.," care Times office. 2S'ltf WANTED An experienced cook; Miller's Inn. Montpelier, Vt. t'CHf WANTED Someone to do family washing; answer by letter to "P.." care Times office. J.K6ti NLRSPS- ASSISTANTS, salanr o per month : uniform, board, room and laundry furnished : apply to Bupt. of Nurses. Long Island College HcsDitaL Brooklyn. N. Y 277126 LIVE STOCK FOR SALE TEN SHO i ATS FOR SALE 3 brood "sow I farrow I, driving hore. 1 Jersey cow: Vim. Rock. 17 Farwall street. 2Tt FOR SALE A pair of oxen. 5 y.-e-t ' ' C. E. Johnson, R. F. D. 3, MoT-' FOR SALE- Pair Hsteir7TtxersTi'yra. old! well matched, have been worked rome : or would erchange for cows; L. C Tucker. Cubot, V t. 29 'tfi THREE FRESHTOWS' FOP. RALE-Psssed tuberculin .est : M. Aja. East Barre, tel. 3-M. "kHfiss WANTED A competent housekeeper for a fsmllv of I : references required ; box F. Nerthf.eld.Vt. .87f WANTED Pupil nurs snd attendants st the Tsunton State Hospital : wages SSK.M per month with malptensnre; for particulars address Dr. Arthur V. Gei-s. Supt, Taunton State Hospital. Taunton. Mass. 24tf HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Seven-room cottage; inquire of Arthur Cole, 88 Seminary rtreet. 24t6 TENEMENT TO RENT for small" family : central location ; inquire at 82 North Main street : O. D. Shurtleff. Sa2tf OFFICE ROOM "TO RENT In"Aldrich block: apply to Robert Knox, janitor. Aldrich block. MitI COTTAGE HOCSE TO RENT On Vine street: G. L. wood worm. Eastman d.ock. 289tf Registered Avrshires and Berkshire On- 2-year-old bull with the best of A. R. breeding. Three young cows, well bred and good producers, tuberculin tested. Two heifer calves, 1 yearling sow, due Apfil 1 ; 2 bred gilts. This is all high-grade stock and priced to sell. Wri'e. or better, come and see. RAtMOND W. PIKE, Plainfield. Vt. 28ft! FOR SALE One cow. tested. 1 exores Wagon. 1 plow and a harrow . John Rilva 28 River street. Barre. 280tf ONE REGISTERED GUERNSEY COW, J yrsi oio. am r.er nencr calf, elso iigjle reg's try ; registered Guernsey bull calf. 8 mo. old, a "corker" ; this is good, clean stuff, ard we will sell It right ; ask abevt them : A. T. smith & Son, East Hill. Barre. Vt. : tel. P04-M. ya4tf FOR SALE Twenty grade cows, due to freshen at once : tuberculin tested : John R. Benjamin. Barre. 1. 105-R. 2JBtf HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE 7-yr.-old horse, good driver, a fast one if given a chance, sound, kind, wt. 1,100; also 4-vr.-old, good worker fair driver, sound and kind, wt 1,000; T. .7. Lavere. Bethel, Vt. 25t FOR SALE Sorrel colt" ireara "old.- also automobile sleiith. buggy and harness : will sell ehenp if taken at once; inquire at T3 South Main street I93tf "LEST YOU FORGET'' Store for Rent One of O.i best locations on Main street;' Isnre dis"lav windows ; ssme building as GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors to 10 s. m.. Tuesday, Wednwday. Friday snd h.urday: s 3.1 ti 8 p. m.. Monday. Wi lm1ay. Thursday and Friday: 2 to 3 ' I p. m.. Tursdsy and Thursday. Montne!i,.r ! I Tuesday. Thursduy and Saturday, 10 3n to II la. re. : Mimdsv. Wedneudsv mH t.-ei.l..v I ROOM S.mcURRlER BLK.. Barre Tcl.fi.'-W A Home Treatment . for Asthma Makes Breathing Easy We buy Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW UP-TO-DATE- EASY RIDING Calls from distance st reasonable rates PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCEMsKD Ft'VERAL Fl'RNISHINGS Hosnital AmbuiflBc? Servirt? Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre P" Tel. eeneeerion, s-w The Only Auto Ambulance In the City DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room 85, Miles Building Telephone Connection OFFICE HOURS : 9 a.m to 12 m. and 1 :30 to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesdsy, Thursday snd F ridsy Used Cars J. THOMAS JAMIESON GENERAL AUCTIONEER Williamstown, Vt. ARCHIE JOHNSTON SALES STABLE 7 SOUTH MAIN STREET. BARRE If You Want Good Horses See Our Stock TELEPHONE once, for .he sugsr sea,n is near st hand ; -" Z'"- Jrf Barre. with a fair kind of a sugar season, DolTO RENT 6-room tenement with rarden on doubt, a man can make a sugar harvest of Garfield aver.ue : vncant M". i inquire or 11,000 this year: the man who owns It wants j Mr. Catherine Williams. 12 West rreet, to sell it snd will make the prire riirht snd j tel. 572-W. S88tf will include s lot of household furniture nd foTTAGE HOUSE to rent; newly painted everything, reedy to step Into prosperous j p.n-red ; ham. garden urd h'nheus; business on different lines. jUch us dairy-, yt Montpclier rosd : apply to Leon L. ing. lumbering, sugaring; no limit to tne r , , u4 Merchant street. "Utf TO RENT '.r fmnt room near Spsuldinir school: apply to Mrs. B. A. Wright. 108 Washington street, I6Ptf "TO RENT At It Broe-V street, (i room, entirely separate; hath, set tubs and hot wa ter, r snd electric liehts : - good place to kwi boarders or wieners : Alex. McHaffle. tel. V.!-M: E. L. Smith, tel. 319-Y. 17 West street. "Mr TO PENT A 6-room tenement t 400 North Main street: inquire at 820 North Main street. tf mount of monev a man can turn out yearly on ihe proposition. For further Information, write or rail at J. J. DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Bldr., Barre Tel. 79 for SEE US TS OVR NEW LOCATION W t now mdy to Mn- hoth Jd nd nw cut(mrni with a hub grade of Jewelry. Kfjuir work vuarnntrvd. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ri EI M STREET SOLE ACF.VT FOR -rtOSTON AMERICAN" tssxi A Worecstrr, Mass- doctor has suggested the fnlowing simple, harm less and ineeen- sire home treatment 'r bronchial asthma. enrrrtsr srenebltis ana roughs and colds which threaten lo affect the lungs. At E. A. Dmws'i or sny reljible drug gist's, get a bettle esf Oxidase lessen'ial oiji taaieu an Skvwiy dUMnlvg r ne ,t,lt Cash TisSu!l!vaii"' Sullivan Co.. itta-itiS Boylston SU Boston Phone Bck Bay 8481 iijurH nd lit T ? dsmae -. don 't from tesnni? the bolts 01 the II and forcing the train t detour f r the wit of Koue r(.int. tfteir setKo. thst wvra is stuttnra relief often eeanss in ymt s few misutrs. Many ueers vrb4 for yrs Fave hee9 obliged ta sit op in bed rasping for breath and unable to sleep resort Uiat thy now take an Oxidase tat.!, wfcen go;ne- to bed t bsmi raw infs lie sows ana tvrrstne easily A coal ear was derailed near BViton 'snd siatursvly snd ret a good mgiit s restful in th tentral Vermont. !, but thi!,kT,- . . ... .. trM.a raj rnni"W rninu te refund Ue full pwrebsne pne ai the nrpt paeSaer if it fails to give prom re re'ief in any rase f Branrhiai Ceugfas or Astfcsns. Adv. tiH praeticaliT ne trouble and traBic ra not deiaved to mnr extent. Iaaorance ia aa UiribrelU, jreat cost and atnrm boot for the tonus erf life treat asset all the ime rorering all ort if ent ir jrrre-ie. ationl l.'fe In, to (Mutua!.i S. S. tailard. arenerat aeat, Kialt biork, lontpelier, U Strintred Inftruments Repaired REHAIRIN7, F0 S A SPEClALTT JAMES NICOL 1 Marie As Tret4wssF t'l-W All fizes of Tiston Rinsrs in fttxk from 3-inch to 44 inch. Sizes to fit 'most any car used, al'o over-size rings up to 7 thousandths. Rings are right and the prices are right. A. M. FLANDERS DON'T DO THIS Leonard Ear OSi BOUGHT IN ANY CONDITION Highest pi-ires for old gold, silver and platinum ; mail Is American Tooth Co.. 4il Washing ton street. Huston, opp. Filenes. Remember, we are sell ing Harness cheaper than any of them. Just take a look and see. VEHICLE SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Manseer ' 4 STATE STrEET, MONTPELIER J Just in Time We have protected our customers nicainst embargoes and delays in freight by getting in a shipment of JOHN DEERE SPREADERS You can buy now as Irng as they last for delivery later. Dissolution of Partnership The partnership heretofore existing be tween J. Comolli and C. V. Jones, doing hurimse under the Psme of the O'anite City (iarsge. is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. Ssid J. Comolli retires, while C. F. Jones will continue the business and ra sumes all obli.s.ion. roMOUJ, C. V. JONES. Barre. VU FeK 17. 120. ilS ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE T I M E S AND GET SURE RESULTS Rclievci DeafneM, Stop Head Noir t i not put in t!i- ear, !ut is "i;til!ieil Back ef Fjir" and Inserted in the Nos tril." Ha had a Sn.n-ssful ale inr I! l7. ti l firftlt $ I COO if lit lti':.z::i is to! tenure i d 8.-.s:Ici:el : After usine two bottles of Leonard Far Oil. bit hearirt? F intprovVd to almost norial ren!it ion. A I am T" ears e.I i. a'l s id J mud eeet to be d'-af, but thank to Leonard t.ar I d .n t lne to be .l.-af. MRX. JOHN KITUIIN. ." .'Pili etreet. aa!atiu. talif. Fr sale li Bsrre. Vt, y ftsrre Dreg fa, Jt? S Msm ft . d Cre-s r--e-r. lit Ne. Mam FL t'rawl sd swer will he green ywa y ts abere Ctagcwts. This Signature on Yellow Fsox and on lint tie Is Your Insurance Increased to Present Day Values? WANTED VS'ANTED -Pecond-hand stave siliv or lOx U ft. preferred; C. G. Pen-in. Barre. Vt.. tel. 7-Y. ... ... . . WANTED -General wwrk. stesdy or Umpej v. r mritM tor suDointment: " A. 11 " n-y Time. WANTED Pned room tor to m men : t, k'v to "X.." care this nfflce. :'t7t6 ,r a vi'U ri a man hv the name of F. H, Hopkins, known as the livery msn of 1t ffetr- who dbsptsr-d Feb. tt. 19J0 with the fr'Wing described propertT: .brown irsr with a csr in front of the left hind grrebrH : Certisnd csrt deigh. the rieht ehsft having been breVen and spliced ro -.hst it h shor;-r than the other: heavy nluah rcbe- any Information in regard to this man or team will be rewarded, especially the . but can make use of the man: W. K. FCvbT. deputy sheriff. East Barre. Vt.. tle- bene ll?-W. . WANTED Oeod reliable m.n wsntr -o hire a 1 or 1?-eow ferre. steek -ind tools. j Barre: rrnly to "O.. irr hiiki. WANTED Heme" for baby a menth eld: end r-rliea by letter only to "Baby." rsre Times efTce. .-'?! Wanted at Once No. 1 Maple, either in the log MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Te'ephon WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BV'Y Store fixture and at m-et any second-hand articles, groceries, etc. ; raw furs to May 1 : D. N. Hunt. Montpelier. SOOtS AM WANTTNG'fO BUYold-f'sshfoned things of sll kinds: furniture, ehina. glass, linen, brass, old brass handha, knobs, pk-turas. books, rugs, hooked or braided: send card, will call anywhere: address G. F. Butler field. Central House. Barre, Vt Jtiotl?' WATED TO BUY "At oiee" t'nderwriod typewriter. No 8. In good condition : ad- dre-s ".." this office. 2!St6 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for rags, rubbers." magasinea. papers; also furniture, stoves; 'phone 71D-R; Abram F ine, 46 Maple avenue. XMt.' PORTABLE" SAW-MII.L WANTED-E E- . Dewpirg. Ti Cliff street, tel. 144-W. JSStf - WANTED To buy straw at barn; tel. ,' as,,M. M7tf - WANTED TO" BUY Seeotid-bsrd fumito-a. ' tne Is and stoves : inquire O. Smith. 87 No. Msin street, tel. 7!-M. 3t31 ' MISCELLANEOUS A YOCnVJ MAN of gmd habits and in Per fert health, with s trade and capable of earning good wares, weuid Vie to eortenend w ith a young lady w ith matrimonial Inclina tions, prerersoiT one wrm wmna use e travel : please give accurate description and full particulars in first letter, which will b returned if dwired : sny eeenmnnirstion will be held strictly in a gentleman's confidence: ' M.." care Times. 2(tC DANCING Latest " N T. steps : "private les e..p Fv eTrt.ntmcnt only; rail er 'plvwie 1-U. 171 Mm street TStHf ANYONE rr5'RIV7 MN WITH KPRSB ia ve-k bv the day. Iisuling ahes nr gr- bsee er eiente un smund. csM ns E. Pe- 1(11. 19!. Pricks, per M Steel tawtna S- ' ? M eed oamt. rer ral. I 7t S 7S . tnni lumber, it.. 1 ' 2 00 M M Flooring, per M 27 P 4.t TI.'4 Ns.ls. per keg J-7 .S t Peip"rs. -br. day.. Is . Csrpe'rs. -"- "r - number.. -hr. dag.. " Mmo, -br. day... M " tsawfarewrsr T Trf-fc A-ewr. esr Tr tKy M "!. ta J..i m waataaij 'L1wBry fsytj PX.T IT I P TO I" 9 TO PROTECT YOU. J. W. DILLON I N SURAXCE Karre, Vt. Inr sawed 12li and 13H inches 1 t-IU ( Se Mi-- tret, or teWrbone Wi8 ilonir. Anyone interested and!r4,t ! able to deliver to railroad at a I good price will do well to write to Waterbury Last Block Co.. Waterbury. Vt. SALESMEN WANTED AND fOI. LECTORS f-w our i menthtv psvme-t areioMit sad heslih t cl- jkiea: sn excellent erTrUj n i y o .r.esre in proetswe r, in jwr '- " - AGENTS WANTED MKK ri t-. fITfh fTVr-r ' (ail tir-f. !!. n M.imflv Mor-4; n rrvt frjlin irfT 1 to 4 rr rnt. try .art wtitmr for it; fftwiv Vv- P- r i t : ftfl'-f wtfisr r-o'rr ' w- fi ; V - rle Mtijr-Gv I.tnSourv, Burlinirtori . LOST AND FOUND tee t re. ct. a whole er psrt ctne ba.is:, sbr- Store, brra, n lestber fee fail psrt.cw.saee srriy r. yarmu ; w.,,n,, ,ae f mee-t : will tin ppt. of c-n- tea. n vrarrs "", .i rm t'is r-r . reward - . r -- j l tT V-M I lr e- tel.-, hetwrel - . . . ivk's sh'd sad . st.ia street via MALE AND FEMALE HEU'V V. j- i .-n.-. . -.vr HK.1- Si, V.C ra sad owe, . j " T" 1 ",7. isks imsnws as orteT.lB-s st the er- , . - - - - r vt State Ma-t ital f the Irsswe at Water. U)-0" - rt.ae d p-tr . U ... . (Sow wao oWre. a eTrerTorVrs of- I ?'Sar: .ldr r -'' - t-nd te att-ws riwe trartag roarse ; as- at . K-voes i.J N - Uio s' Bly st koawtaU aierjrT. U :U