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TIIK 1UKRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920.
7 ABOUT THE STATE Happening! ef Interest from Different Sections. Only two arrests wore made in Rut land in February. One of those was for intoxication and the other for selling cigarettes illegally. The plant of the Backus Heater and Foundry company in uranuon, wnicn was burned March 1, is to be rebuilt on a much larger scale. ij'. Ouilford has the highest tax rate of ;ny town in the state, o far s noiea, . . i . i : l H,:u 4.oo. iTaitsourv coining iimi. wmm $4.50, end then Royalton with $4.30. Miss Rosa L. Clark of Norwich has given $4,000 to the Mary Hitchcock hospital at Hanover to found ft partial ; ly free bed for the use of Norwich citi ! rens. BAPTIST COUNTY MEETINGS Rutland voters decided to bond the city for $100,000 to build a memorial hall for returned soldier in connection with the state armory which is (to be erected there. All public gatherings in Highgate L have been prohibited on account of an outbreak of influenza. The first cases i developed Tuesday and 19 cases devel oped within 48 hours, with others fol lowing. Rutland's new flycatcher plan opens next -week, the National Flycatcher company having leased quarters there. "About 35 -women will be employed at 'first. The company manufactures spir al flycatchers. , Miss Margaret H. Robertson of Wil- liamstown is district nurse in Buffalo, Wyo. She is one of the nurses sent owt bv the .National Kea cross, wir ing the war she spent 10 months in Europe in the Toul sector, in base hos pital 61. Users of electricity in Randolph have been notified of a raise in rates to 12 cents per kilowatt for lights and one half cent per kilowatt for power, Mor- nsville s rate is just half that,amount The eletftric plant in the latter place is municipally owned. i Bennington voters at the town meet ing authorized the expenditure of $85,- 000 on improvements to the road be tween that village and North Benning Jton and the purchase of a piece of prop erty for a town hall site, providing it can be bought for $20,000. - A house in Brattleboro owned by Mrs. William C. Porter of New York city, which is unoccupied winters, was found Thursday to have been broken into, the front door having been forced. The contents of desks and bureau draw ers were found scattered all over the house. For Preparing for Financial Campaign In May. , The following is (he nclicdulc of counly Hirelings already conducted or to be conducted by the campaign man agers of the Baptist church in Ver mont, in the interest of the tinanciiil campaign heading up the flret week in May. It is expected that the county chairmen will tit tend the aesirim of their own counties which will be pre sided over by Kev. Dr. W. A. Davison of Burlington, with the assistance of Albert A. Silver, jr., of Derby, associate financial secretary. Orleans county -Newport house, Newport, 10 a. m., March 3. Caledonia county - St. Johnsburv house, ,Nt. Johnsbury, 10 a. in., March 4. Orange county and Washington coun tyHotel Barre, Barre, 10 a. m., March 5. Windsor county Hotel Windham, Bellows Falls, 10 a. m., March 8. Windham county Brooks house, Brattleboro, 10 a. in., March 0. Rutland county Hotel Bardwcll, Rutland, 10 a. m., March 10. Bennington county Hotel Putnam, Bennington, 10 a. m., March 11. Addison county Hotel btevens, er- gentles, 10 a. m., March 12. Chittenden county Hotel Sherwood, Burlington, 10 a, ni., March 15. Franklin county 1 he Javern, 1st. Albans, 10 a. m., March 10. The End of a Perfect Day FEBRUARY WEATHER NORMAL. , Curtis W. Davis, more than 25 years truant officer in Manchester, N. II., lied there from a shock last Saturday. He was president of the Manchester Vermont association and active in Re publican politics. He was born in Ver mont. Feb. 11, 1801, but had lived in Manchester since a boy of 11 years, Because the intense cold weather of the winter almost put a stop to fishing throiiKh the ice in Rutland, fishermen have petitioned the state fish and game rommissioner to extend the fishing pe riod there and he 'has done so, an noiincing that the sport may continue Until March 1.) and there is a possibil ity that it may be still further con- t.nued until April 1. Temperature Ranged from 48 Above Zero to 33 Below; William A. Shaw, meteorologist in charge of the Northfield station of the United States weather bureau, reports a mean temperature of 10 degrees in Northfield during February, "which is one degree below the normal for the month. The highest was 48 degrees on the 2d, and the lowest was 33 degrees below, on the 1st, being a range of 81 degrees in t wo days. The greatest daily range was 40 degrees, on the 1st, and the least daily range was six degrees, on the 6th. The precipitation (melted snow) amounted to 2.05 inches, the nor mal for the month being 2.35 inches. The prevailing wind was from the south, the total movement 5,670 miles, the average hourly velocity 8.1 miles, and- the maximum velocity 28 miles per hour, from the north on the 10th. There was only one clear day in the month, with six partly cloudy and 22 cloudy days. Precipitation in quantity suffi cient to measure occurred on 15 days. The snowfall amounted to 24.8 inches, of which 18.8 inches remained on the ground at the end of the month. Solar halos were noted on (the 3d, 4th, 21st, 25th and 28th, the lunar halos on the 3d and 4th. A pair of horses attached to a three- seated sleigh ran away Thursdar aft rrnoon in Bennington, going the entire length of the business section on the sidewalk. There were many narrow es capes, particularly of children. The 111 tie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chelsea Harrington, left in her sleigh in front rf the library, while her mother went Inside, was in the path of tbeTunaway, ind some portion of the harness caught on the sleigh and dragged it about 20 feet, throwing the babv out. but caus ing not even a scratch. The driver, Itoland J. Tyler, had a bone in his left and broken. Fred IT. Harris of Brattleboro, a pro fsional ski artist. Mi Hilda I fort af Buffalo ami Arthur Btiilr of New Vork, after attending the winter sports t the Lake Placid club in New York state, succeeded in climbing Mount fVhnpface. the harden peak in the Adirondack mountain, on skis. This feat had never before been accom plished. Fridjof Nansen, the famous Korwegiaa Arctic-, exporer, made the Ittempt once, but. failed. Miss Hoyt rhanged to sfiowshoes when part way ip the peak. Harris broke the trail for the law. half of the climb. The mow was five feet deep. BURLINGTON IN BAD WAY. Ber Financial Condition Is Causing Some Worry. tnju- Hit Smoke Screen. '"Do you regard tobacco as riom f 'Unquestionably," answered Mr. Meekton. "My smoking has done ter rible dam.isje to the parlor curtains and my wile a disposition." Washing ton Star. The financial condition of the city of Surlington has now reached the point rhere the city has borrowed up to the jmit allowed by law. Following the fate of the aldermen Thurdav even lift to borrow f,.r $20,000 additional ran the city will have borrowed up in the limit permitted by law of $1.20 in the grand list, and the condition thich has been predicted by members ef the board has come at last. The borrowing of the additional $20, HI0 by the aldermen Thursday night lilts the city in a critical condition tor fund with which to c induct its af lairs up to the firt of August, when lie Kn tax money will be available. The uni of $4..i.fl7. 00 wan collected or 1910 and this wit the nm of $20. Kttl allowed bv ihe $1.20 rate ha been pent with the single e-eption of the) tavxm borrowed Thursday mjfht whi-h totally inadequate to meet the need. f the city for even a brief time. I No more money can be borrow ej! iithut iroine to the leral voter f 1 be city, according to the rilr chart -r. . rr- . ih.rh limit the Horrorin2 ra'pscity ,f tommel-i.tanejr3'Hemrt'LJver l.e city to $r20 on th- grand l .'t a Kerp the vital organs healthy by Jorementioned and ahirh w ish the -,i,,,i .t: .u- ,., . ,er,.i..n ..f the ni..i we. .a i.., "Vrly taking the world s stand- 2g-.it ha already been spent. ThL .n.orifi rannot last lorjer than April rt, in the opinion f ofhYial. Mount Sinai Temple Appointments, Potentate William II. Herrick has made the following appointments for Sinai temple: James R. Coutts, first ceremonial master. E. Dana Huntley, second ceremonial master. Noble S. Love, marshal. William C. Robie, captain of the guard. Wilbur D. Mower, outer guard. Frank D. Dewey, assistant outer guard. I.dmund P. Hamilton, assistant out er guard. Christie B. Crnwell, director. William L. McKee, assistant director. Max C Fisher, assistant director. C. Alfred Lang, master of wardrobe. Ueorge Kent, assistant master of wardrobe. George L. Edson, assistant master of wardrobe. f.eorge E. White, musical director. Dean W. Edson, assistant musical di rector. IXiuglas M. Barclay, alchemist. Charles A. Davis, alchemist. Orville N. Kew, architect. Garnet C. Cowan, assistant archi tect. Dr. Clarence W. Locke, medical direc tor. Dr. H. W, Barrows, as.istant medi cal director. Dr. W. Paige, assistant medical director. Dr. C. Earl Hunt, assistant medical director. Charles W. Cookson, electrician. George W. Shannon, electrician. Harry B. Moulton, captain of the aiab patrol. Representatives to the imperial coun cil, William H. Herrick, Charles E. Grotisarth, Ray E. Frye, J. U. Turn-bull. Executive and purchasing committee, Charles F. Lowe, W. C. Washburn, Frank L. Small, Clinton F. Millar, Harrv B. Moulton, E H Pronty, Wil- liam H. Duthie. Homer C. Ladd. Charity committee, Dr. F. E. Steele, Harley 'f. Seaver, W. A. Ricker, Henry D. Chamberlin. Banquet committee. Lester H. Greene, Clerem-e S. Whittier. Greeter, Charles H. Heaton, Wil liam A. Briggs, Henry S. Root, George V.. Randall, Smith S. Ballard, Charles H. Gibson, Edwin S. Meigs, C. S. Whit tier, L. H. Greene, George I. Whitney, Joseph V. Jackson, Fred C. Gilso'n, Franklin Barney. Charles E. Grosarth. Attest. Charles H. Heaton, Recorder. The next ceremonial session of Mt. Sinai temple will be held in the city hall, Montpelier, Friday evening, May 21. al. which time there will be a cla' of candidates. If Noi pp. careful i , . . AT E STREET ) , Trie CUR8 TILL THE RANDOLPH COW TEST For the Period from February 27 to ' February 28. The following table gives the names of owners and records of the cows in the association which had produced more than 40 pounds of butterfat or 1,000 pounds of milk during the period from Feb. 17 to Feb. 28: Lbs. Per ct. Lbs. Breed, milk. fat. b't'f't .... J. 787 5.2 40.0 ...G.H. 81SO ...G.H. 1,180 ...R.J. 750 ...R.H. 1,473 ...R.H. 1,20 ...G.H. 1,284 ...G.J. 833 ...G.H. 1,048 Fred L.Flint, Secretary Walter 11. Wheatley, Official Tester. Owner. E. W. Snow . . . R. G. Plumley R. G. Plurnlev E. P. Riford ". . J. P. Spraguo 1 Sprague J. P. Sprague Oscar Lamson Oscar Lamson 4.7 3.4 5.5 3.1 3.0 3.8 5.1 4.8 40.8 40.3 41.7 45.7 38.0 48.8 42.5 50.2 LIVESTOCK SAVED. And Part of the Furniture in Fire at Jeffersonville. JefTersonville. March 6. The home and farm buildings on the R. Phelps place burned yesterday. Most of the furniture of the house was saved by the assistance of neighbors. The stock was removed from the burning buildings. Pointed Paragraphs. Hands that grasp too much hold but little. A successful fool always has plenty of fool admirers. The elevator may be lowered, but the boy who runs it is hired. home men are born kickers and some fall victims to dyspepsia. A pawnbroker who is always advanc ing is naturally progressive. A woman will pardon want of sense quicker than she will want of manners. Some men enjoy chronic lazineaa as much as others enjoy a well-earned lest. An Ohio poet devotes, an hour daily to writing poetry and the rent of the day to sawing wood for a living. Highwaymen ask too much when they command their victims to throw up their hands and throw down their arms. Chicago News. Shorter and Uglier. "Those lamping eyes," sang Spencer, Those "lamps," say we moderns. Bos ton Transcript. Three Lines for 25c The Tlmea IH puhliih Want. Ut and Found, For Sale. To Let. etc. hort adver. timcnt-at the rat. of three line for twenty-tlve cent for th flrt insertion and five eenu for each subsequent insertion. ILELP WANTED MALE HOUSES FOR SALE Ft) It SALE A desirable coltaite "houie, SeatC ly new. with ex. lot. No. 627 No. Main street ; tnia fa a tfood made hou itnd in a g-ood location ; pattiej owning it are out of the titate anil anxiou to wll ; inquire of 3. p. Allen er Alkn Lumber Co. JOfM BUsiNiiSS ULOCK Oood location on Main atreet ; interested partioi write to "Dlock." rare Time. 2S6tl2 KOK SALE A 2-tenmTont houe-oo" 1 Wel tee street; first-ela property In Hunt location ; apply to Janes W. (iauld, 4 Oranxe street. jjojtf THREE HOUSES FOR SALE t'JTios. out on estate; the 8 houses are located on the northerly side of Hall utrtets, numbers to, 22, and U; will be sold fur the bent ob tainable cash price; S. Hollistcr Jackson, administrator, 26KU FOR SA LEMy "home at l6sSouth Main street; 7 rooms and bath, both eity and spring water: electric liirhto, furnace heat I aooo oaratn it takon at once; Henry Hos ier, lOi South Main street, tel. 1117-J. 279tf FARMS FOR SALE FARM FOR SALE-240 acres, one of the best farms in Washington Co., situated In East Montpelier, 2 miles from P. O., mill and erramenr. 4 mil, frnm Mnnirwlsii- n,l i?,Ie trom B,rri lor further particulars . cuck, jast Montpelier, Vt. 299tf liOO-ACRE FARMOK SALE 68LET Lumber enouxh to more than pay for It ; will make Drire rieht ilm, n.ir KUL- (ood ones, weiaht 2,600 ; harnassw, waaons, e",-; inuqlre Gcorn Jerry, R. I). 4, North- no.i . 28Nt6tf FOR SALE Farm, "l SO aerea, just mile from wun iiwk ana uxits u wantea : rea son for selling, poor health : tel. 47D-W : Amos A. Hall. 289tf rniiOT imacres, will beep 20 cows and team J FOR SALE HALF, - Rlenwood E ,lnn' Ui,," nady to work; K. h. Chase, Kandolph. Vt, "" ooara, small UibJr. rock(rs, picture. IKinif ; """" sBiim, smera, men chair. Iron lied. B7VVni.rw ! aLi ; . ', ,,M,d with rprinira, wehing machine, wrina-er. WANfhD - Young man in Hsh dcpartm..nt ! ,Uwm.,ei n,Hll ,,, ov,.. stone jars pr"rv- at r. D. Ladd to. Wi3 R iBr, kltl.hptl ,tlfi( henh.iuc iin.l lots or TEN TEAMS WANTED to draw lotts 1 Vj mi. ! o'hrr houaehold articles; apply vo John ,. to East Montpelier; $8.M a thousand ; I ttil rUou. 7 Bolster avenue. L'Mta Ludger Camire. R, D. 2, tel. 8(17-26. 29714 j FOR "SALE A h'rnhcusc, 2 standard ' Thllo WANTEliMan to drive Uinn : inquire D. upright cooys. 2 ineubatora and brooder. M. Milts Coal Co., 18 Smith street. iV'li i " White Rock pullets snd n cockerel; F. H. WANTED-Man'to drive team drswinK l I n"ev .,? "' street. , Barre. to mill; H. L. Douglas, tel. 807-14. 29718 It OR SALE- Iron bedstead. National t prins. WANTED-On. imster at once: C. H. I """"ess. Toon wood range: Ulley, Mnrshflcld. Vt. WANTED Fi'rsUrlass nolisher. who can set his own beds ; steady work ; 81 Ter hour j or better ; write Capital Monumental Works, , i r.ininwii uvfiiuo. vi jernn st-rett, near 29tH 295t8 WANTED Men to work In saw-mill. 83.50 per dny; also a few teamsters at IS. 50 per day, w-ith a 50c bonus ; fireen Mountain Lumber Co., Middlesex, Vt. ; tel. Mont pelier 129-4. 290tf WANtEDHkeWpevTfthm experi enca preferred ; address Box 208. Barre. 29tf BTR"BER"WANTEbt"ei"d7"ioior right man: G. C. WhifhUI. Groton. Vt. 286U6 WANTEDA g'jod man to banker for itran. Ite euttr ; steady job ; the Kisk Bros. Co., 4016 Spring Grove avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. S2tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Five bright. capableladi.to travel demonstrate ajid sell d, !r : X2S uO per wek ; railroad fare paid ; writ tt once; Goodrich Drug Co., Dept 1080. Omalia, Neb- t4Mar6-18-20-27 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 2c stamp ; Dept. S04C. Auto Knitter Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Mar6-10t2 WANTED A waitress and a kitchen "girf; Central Caf,Ptarl street. 29t8 WANTED Experienced housekeeper for a young married couple: a good home, pri vate room and bath, and all reasonable priv ileges ottered to competent woman between A G. E. 50-H.P. MOTOR FOR SALE : IN FIRST-CLASS CONDI. TION: APPLY TO I'RESUREY. COYKENDALL CO. -cj0tf tmnurh l,,n,k.r !.. .. J . . ' ' I llCgeS Otic I., li itl "Ar .r.rLiT' "I 125 and 85 years of ime: address Mr. F. G. good village; terms ' reasonable or will . i 101 Chestnut Street, South Manches change tor small cottage house : Mir work I ' l Dnn 2lmi norses wetgning z.suu Ids. i a. V. House, Barre. Vt., tel. 10G-J. 18tf Middlebury Student to Have Vocation al Guidance. Arrangements are now being maJe for providing expert assistance to Mid dlebury men in the choosing erf their life work. Dean Edgar J. Wiley has been granted a leave of absence on the Walker foundation for the year 1020-21 to study at Harvard universi ty, where he will make a special in vestigation of vocational guidance for college men. Middlebury is one of the rlrst institutions of higher education in N'ew Kngland to undertake work in this Held. BOSTON. MASS. A minute front surface or eubway cars famed tor eemfort, convenience and courtesy. Refurnished. Ail the modern conveniences in every room prompt service) moderate prices. Europaen plan. 81 00 a day Dp end the unique restaurant now one of Boston s show plseea, where the choicest the market alTonl la served in quaint and beautiful surrounding to perfect music. lSoftens theSkin COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF WILLIAM t. TAYLOR Tne undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demands of all persons against the estate of William J. Taylor, late of the city of Barre. in said district, deceased, and alt claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice thst we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the office of the Tilden fchue Co., in the city of Barre, in said district, on the 14 th day of April and !Mh day of Autrott next, from 9 o'clock a. m. until 8 o'clock p. m., on each of said days, end that six months from the SSth dsy of February, A. D. 1920, is the time limited by said court for ssid creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at the city of Barre, this Stlt day of March, A. U. I9L-0. ARTHUR C. TILDEN. W. D. SMITH, Commissioners. Marf-18-20 BUY A HOME ! STOP PAYING RENT ! THINK ABOUT THESE: SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE near the inter. section of Maple avenue and Brook street ; partly nnisned in hardwood; rood cellar ; rooms conveniently arranged ; can be bought for less than half the cost to build ; price only 11,700.00; Vn-ms, one-half cash; don't be late on this. MAPLE AVENUE SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE ranged for two families; present owner lives in part and rents the other tenement; Urge lot. affording garden: price 82.400.00; this is a good home; owner might consider exchange for a form. EIGHT-ROOM MODERN RESIDENCE in the vicinity of Currier Park ; hot water heat, electric lights, large barn, extra large lot; would cost at least 87.000.00 to build; property can be purchased for I4.1OO.C0; terms. 81.000.00; balance at S per renL BROOKLYN STREET COTTAGE Six rooms, bath, spring water, hardwood floors : an extra building which could eesliy be eon verted Into garage; a be Tain at $1,800.00; terms 1500.00 cash. BUY A DOUBLE HOUSE kJ m K other fellow help psy for it ; here Is a jrood one on Cliff street; 8 rooms in each tene ment: dividend in renter: furnirM tiath. etc.. lerge lot; a bargain at 88.000.00: terms. jui'.uv, csuance at t per cent. PROFESSIONAL CARD SPLENDIDLY LOCATED ROOMING HOUSE, located in the heart of the ritr. at the corner of Keith avenue and Summer St.rec4. and trnwn . rH:nJlA V. . u modern, with one of the best heating plants in ne cuy; namnooo noon, witn eur:y birch finish ; contains 12 rooms : wide porch : has been built only a few years and always occupied by the owner; splendid income drrivtd from renting rooms to the bent class of tenants : will sell furnished if desired : illness in family makes sale necessary: for price, terms, ete. Come tn and taTt; It over with its. Office open Monday and Saturday evenings. DR. EDWIN F. IIEININGER SURGEON DENTIST Howland Building. Room 16. 'Phone P8-W. Office Hours: 8 to U, 1 to g and (.10 to 1 :30 BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS rOR RELIABLE PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS, VICTROLAS, BONORAS, RECORDS AND SHEET MUSIC Leave your orders here for Piano Tuning Telephone 368-W, Barre, Vt. Stringed Instruments Repaired REHAIRING BOWS A SPECIALTY JAMES NICOL 1 Maple Avenue Telephone 471-W DR. A. H. SMITH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 15 KEITH AVENUE Hours : 10 to 12 a. m. ; t to 4 p. in closed Wednesday Afternoons end Saturdays Woman SickTwoYears Tells How She Got Well Miss G. I. Baird of 80 Glenvllle ave , All ston, Mass., writes: "I have been sirk al most two years, had four doctors with little or no relief. I wss growing thin every day, went from 138 to 111. I was so discour aged I didn't know what to do. One night, I .nrroDrr Auto Ambulance Laxative and Worm Expeller advertised. I I made up my mind I had worms, and the next day bought small bottle of Dr. True Elixir. I was surprised at the result, stom ach worms some a finger long, so much slime, that looked as though it was just I A r T inpp Q RalTe the skin of worms. The day before I took ! A' ' ' "A1-"jr-I - Dr. Trues Elixir i thought I should go wild The Only Auto Ambulance in the City with the crawling in my stomach. I feel I like a new person, all my friends say I ; TT T.F.WTS D MARTIN look so much better. I wouldn t have be- UtX' ,.t A t lieved anyone could feel so much better in i OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN sucn a snort i,me. i can t give your meui Telephone 447-W NEW LT-TO-DATE EASY RIDING Calls from a distance at reasonable ratea ein praise enough.' Signs of worms : Offensive breath, awollea upper lip, sour stomsch, deranged stomach. Office in Room 88, MiW Building Telephone Connertion OFFICE HOURS: PIANO TUNING Five years Everett Piano Factory Two years Hallett Davis Piano Factory One year Ch-.-ing Wareroom Five years Clark 4 Mc 11 aster ' B. ARTHUR REED Tel. "8-M Box 149, Montpelier, Vt. Leave orders at Bailey's Music Rooms Barre. tel. 3-W W'ANTED A capable woman for general Housework ; Mrs. tl. M. rarnham, Mont pelier, Vt 2itf WANTED A bookkeeper and sfenographer at once for garage work ; apply by letter to "Steno,"care Ilarre Times. 2U8t3 WAITRESS AT ONCE Short ordercook ? experience necessary; J, T. Clark, Spring field. Vt. 29lte WANTED A girl or middle-aged woman for general housework; apply to Mns. Thomas Glsborne, Montpelier, Vt. 2B7tt W A NTED Waitresses ; Watetbury" Inn W"a- t rbu ry. Vt. 297tf WANTEfi Stenographer; answer-by letter only ; address "Garage, care Barre Times. 296tf WANTED Chamber msid and boy for pan try work ; Waterbury Inn., Waterbury. Vt. 294tf WANTED An experienced cook; Miller's Inn, Montpelier, Vt- Sltf WANTED Someone to do family washing; answer by letter to "P.," care Times office. - 286tf NURSES' ASSISTANTS, salary 840 "."per month : uniform, board, room and laundry furnished ; apply to Supt. of Nurses Long Island College Hospital. Brooklyn, N. Y. 277126 WANTED Pupil nure anf attendants st the Taunton State Hospital ; wages 135.00 per month with maintenance ; for particulars s.ldrees Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt., Tsunton State Hospital, Taunton. Mass. 264tf BARHER SHOP FOR SALE An extra rood chance for right man ; good business and location : write for particulars ; "Barber Shop, J Barre Times. 2dt6 FOR SALE Sullivan compressor and I 10(1 IT.P. motor; owing to the fact that we have recently installed a larger machine we are offering this ooulpment, which we can guanuntee to be first-claas in every respect; compressor is a 640-foot machine and has hewn in ooeration part of 2 years; Marr & Gordon. Inc. 2P7tf POOL TABLElN 'FiRSt"LASS"8HAPE -New cushions ; 2 sets of balls and about S dos. cues ; will sell cheao. as 1 n.d ih room: T. C. McCarthy, 107 South Main tret; ""tl FOR SALE Having purchased a larger equipment, we now offer for sale our In-gersoll-Rand air compressor, capacity 200 cubic feet: now operating at our plant in good running condition; Boux Granite Co. ... 24tf FOR SALE One Oliver typewriterTT'Jo. 8, in very good condition ; T. J. Orne. Cabot, vt 29ot6 FOR SALE A Baby No. 2 DeLaval cream separator, nearly new; price 835.00; write John W. Sanborn, executor, Bradford. Vt. 29Stl6 FOR SALE 'Eddy sugar place, about'30 acres, surarhouso 80x40, new iron roof, 875 sap buckets. Kier arch and evaporator, gath ering tnk and reservoir, eugarinar-off pan and arch, dry wood in the shed ; all for $700 ; the tools alone would coat more than the price asked ; I will pay 25c a pound for the sugar this year; Israel Jewett, agent, Marshfield, Vt 296t"2 FLUE CHINCHILLA MACKINAW"" rn" SALE In good condition: N. i. Roberts. 124 North Main street. 288tf CA DILLAC 1913 five-naaeenirer tourinir "ear Tor sale. Inquire Harold Fitts, Tel. 60. Barre. jgitf FOR SALE 25-H.P. Interrctional kerosene engine, used verr HttU . a nrwt . sn. gal. storage tanks: Ijin. RViinu i!l wi.K jointer: band saw machine, complete; pang airiuprr new. complete with plates and 8 saws; Hight Bros.. West Tops hnm. Vt 270tf .r?.RSALE-Ni drT f'rl tef efirM Barre. 243tf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE One SdJeriy heifer7 inquire of E. M. White, 27 Upland avenue. JOOtf F'OR SALE Two bred registered Berkshire sows; also S new milch .Jersey rows, tu berculin tested ; John F. Benjamin, Jr.. vl.' 106-R. '"it? THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Building, Barre, Vermont HOWARD H.REID,D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 1S8-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors ocasional gripings and pains about the nav. I 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday el, pale fare of leaden tint, eyes heavy and dull, twitching eyelids, itrhing of the nose, itching of the rectum, short dry cough, grind ing of the teeth, red points on the tongue, starting during sleep, slow fever. Dr. Trues Elixir. The Family Laxative and Worm Expeller, s old by ALL DEALERS. Adv. 9 to 1 s. m., Tuesday, Wednesday. Friday and Saturday: :80 to 8 p. m., Monday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; 2 to 8 p. m., lueraay ana j nursday. Slontpeller Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10:30 to 12 a. m. ; a.onaay, Wednesday and Friday. 1 a.m. to 12 m. and 1 :Sfl to , Jo J!-m- i.uusi a, UKlllLK BLK., Barre Tel.82-W J. THOMAS JAMIESON GENERAL AUCTIONEER Williamstown, Vt. WATCH THE BIG 4 A Tixei lacrtce for Life nds rnoi anil is ponj. An Annuity ite this nerttrf and there i nothicr rtter tn erur the evmfrt .f ymr wi her. wife nr dni-titer. f Vwtsttlt us. at inoal Life Ins ( o (Mntttal i S. S. !lsrd. sevM-ral tgrrti, l;iait hi.-i. I'jaitpf-iKT, I. crd remedy for kidney, liver. riaaer and uric acta troubles COLD MEDAL Tb National Remedy of Hol'-and fe rente nee end ertooreed. by Quae a Wube Bina. At e'J drtgjista, three ksaUs MesUI ess every I New York to Lrrcrpuvi VASARI March K. A. VICTORIA Mar 8. Jane 12. July 17 CARMAMA Apr. . May II, Jane II New York. Plyasnath, rhereoarc. and Seathessptea MAI RETAMA Mar. li. Ar. IT. May 18 jene iz IMPEBATOR May 1. May IP. Jem 18 New Verk te Plymoelli. (hereeera. Leeeesi CAROM A Apr. 17. May J8. Jeae 28 New Yerk te Piyaseetk. Barre A Seethe aapleej ROYAL f.FORf.E Mer. 9. Asr 14 May It. Jeae 88 Kew Terk te Plraaea. Havre 4 LeneVa SAXOMA. Mar. ja. May a. Jeae I Kew Yerk. Loweeaeeni A Clesgwsr IOLUMBI tfrrt, it Apr. 17. Msy 12. Jety J. Jely 81 FOREIGN DRAFTS MONEY ORDERS By Letter er CeWe Ertland. Ireland. SretUnd. Italr, France, Pcrtatal, Hot liDd. Bfl;ium, Greece. Cun.trd Steamship Co Lid. l: etate Str-a. Or Leeel Age PERRY & NOONAN LKEXCF.LLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Deipot Sit-, Barre Tel. connection, 425-W SEE US IN OCR NEW LOCATION I We are now reedy tn serve both old and near customers sritii a hleh grade of Jewrlrv : Kepair work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 24 ELM STREET SOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN" ONE OF THE BEST PROPOSITIONS IN A LARGE FARM known in the country. On account ef the capacity, of handling stock, and large sugar ing place and tne amount or soft timber; this farm contains 810 acres. 2.000 maole trees snd is equipped with 1. 350 tap buck ets : a good sugsring equipment, large lot ef good farming tools with stock and crops and ronsista of good lot of grain, hay and straw now on hand, about 2r0,00 ft. of soft wood, timber ready to cut, and large an.ount of growing timber and pulp wood within H mile of saw-mill ; this is one the best fenced farms I know of in the country, being woven wire, fitted to keep sheep er any kind of stuck ; large Acids and the Wet of soil: pasture thst will keep till rows, and with plenty of buildings, barn, stables, tool houses, gmid sugar hotu.e, and plenty ef wocd for house snd sugaring; this is ene greet opportunity for a man who is looking for a Urge farm; better look after it at once, for .he sugsr season is near at hand; with a fair kind of a sugar season, ho doubt, a man can make a sugar harvest ef 81,000 this year; the man who sens it wants to sell it and will make the price right and will include a lot of household furniture and everything, ready to step Into prosperous business on different lines, ueh as dairy ing, lumbering, sugaring : nu limit to the amount of monev a man can turn out yearly en the proposition. For further information, write or rail at J. J. DASIINER REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Bldg., Barre Tel. 878 HOUSES JORENT TO RENT Tenement of 4 rooms at T Smith place. Maple avenue; Smith Bros. 29816 SIX-ROOM COTTAGE TO RENT On Ellis ton street: large garden and 'ot that ran he used for garden: Inquire of Mrs. Eueenis Granger, 18 Maple Grove street, or Jeannette Granger. People's Shoe Store. 2Citf SF.COND-FLOOR "TENEMENT "TO" RENT 174 Circle street, second house off South Main street : 4 rooms and bath ; rwidy Apr. 1: rent, 810 per ma; W. J. Clapp. 18S Washington street. 8t TENEMENT TO RENT for small family: central loeetkm? inquire at 829 North Main street: O. D. j5hurtleff. 892tf OFFICE ROOM TO RENT I n "Aid rich block: apply to Robert Knox, janitor. Aldrich block. SUltf COTTAGE HOUSE TO RENT On" Vine street ; G. L. Woodworth, Eastman block. t'89tf Store for Rent One of tl. best locations on Main street: lanre display windows ; same building es Park Theatre and Bar-e Drug Co. ; apply to Chss. Zanleoni. JrBsrTe. fSTtf TO RENT 6-room tenement with trsrden on Garfield svenuc: vacant Msr. 1 inquire of Vr. Catherine Williams. 12 West street. tel. 872-W. SBt' COTTAGE HOUSE to" rent ; newlv fainted ard par-red : rn. g-rden and tinhour; on East Montpelier road : apply to Leon I.. Cumines. 84 Merchant street. '4tf TO RENT '.rt front room near Spnuldin school: applv to Mm. B. ,A. V.'right. 108 Wsshinrton street. t5"tf TO BENT--At II Hror.lt street. 9 rooms, entirely sepsrste: hath, set tubs and hot wa fer, paa ad electric ltehtj : a good place to kjvo hoarders or roomers: Alex. M-H"V. tel. B-9-M; E. L. Smith, tel. 819-Y. 17 Wt street. 45tf TO PENT A 8-room teneme.it at 40 North Main street; inquire at 820 North Main street. S44tf SIX SHOATS FOR SALE Weighing--ram " 10 on ids. eacn ; wanted to buy 60 bu. small potatoes: G. Aja, 29 Berlin ttret. :'93t6 TEN SHOATS FOR S ALE-3 '" brood sow. (farrow), driving horse, I Jersey emv ; Wm. Rock, 17 Farwell street. 297t6 THREE FRESH COWS FOiVSALEVa7sed tuberculin test; M. Aja, East Barre, tel. ?I-M. 289tl Registered Ayrshires and Berkshires One 2-year-old bull with the bent of A. R. breeding. Three young cows, well bred and good producers, tuberculin tested. Two heifer calves, 1 yearling sow, due Ar-il 1 ; 2 bred gilts. This is all high-grade stock and priced to sell. Write, or better, come and see. RAYMOND W. PIKE. Plainfield, Vt. 288tl6 FOR SALE One cow, tee ted. V expriii wagon, 1 plow and a harrow ; John Silva. 23 River strnet. Barre. 280tf ONE REGISTERED GraRNSEY COWTs m old. ard her heifer calf, also eligible regis, try : registered Guernsey boll calf. 8 mo. old. a "corker" : this is good, clean stuff, and win sell It right; ask abovt them: A. T. Smith I Son. Eaet Hill. Barre, Vt. ; tel. W-M. 284tf FOR SALE Twenty grade cows, due to rrmnen at once: tuberculin tested: John 285tf R. Benjamin, Barre. 1. 105-R. HORSES AND VEHICLES Archie Johnston's Sale Stable 7 South Main Street, Barre, Vt. I HAVE JUST ARRIVED WITH A FRESH CARLOAD OF DRAFT, GENERAL Pl'RPOSE AM) DELIVERY CHUNKS in matched paira and blocky built tingles, direct from tht state f Iowa. Thete famooa lava Horiea are known the morld over for their excellent vorkiaf qualities and food, sensible action. I hare food mixed selection of near and light workers with lots ef shape and quality, all weights. Come nod look then orer at my stable. IF ITS A HORSE WE HAVE IT ARCHIE JOHNSTON, 7 So. Main SU Barre. Vt Is Your Insurance Increased to Present Day Values? 1(14. 1818. 10. Bricks, per M 84.00 810.00 822.o0 Steel beams SX.ot 68.00 TO 00 Mixed paint, per ral. I.TS' S.T8 4.00 Framing lumber. M.. 18 00 82.00 SS.00 Flooring, per M 27.00 40.00 T2.00 Nails, per keg .78 8.80 1 00 Psirtcrs. 8-hr. day.. 2 80 4.00 8.00 Carpenters, 8-hr. dry 8.00 6.64 7.00 numbers, 8-hr. day.. 4.00 8.60 8.00 Masons, 8-hr. day... 4.&0 6.50 8.40 TUT IT I P TO I'S TO FROTEOT YOU. J. W. DILLON I X S U R A X C E Barre, Vt. WANTED WANTED- By middle-aged lady, position es housekeeper In small family f ndl,. or mnwtable widower ; Box :!8. Walden Heighta. Vt SOfit WANTED Second-hand s'ave silo. 8 or lOx 24 ft preferred; C. G. Perrin, Barre. Vt.. tel 3I7-Y. 2 WANTED--Genral steady or tempo- rare: write for appointment; "A. 1." Daily Times. .9Tt, WANTED Sheid room for 8 to 10 men: rep'y to "X ." care this office. !9Tt6 WANTEDGood reliable man wants to hire a 10 or lt-cow firm, stock end touts, timr Barre: reply to 'Q.." care Times. ;st8 Wanted at Once No. 1 Maple, either in the log or pawed 12V and 1S4 inches long. Anyone interested and able to deliver to railroad at a pood price will do well to write to Waterbury Last Block Co., Waterbury, Vt. FOR SALE--7-yr.-old horse, good driver. fast one if given a chance, sound, kind, wt. 1,100 ; also 4-yr.-oId, good worker, fair driver, sound and kind, wt, 1,000; T. J. Lavere. Bethel. Vt. J95t6 FOR SALESorrel colt. riwsrsofdralo sutomnbile sleigh, buggy and harness : will sell cheap if taken at once; inquire at 7P South Main street. S93tf "LEST YOU FORGET" Remember, we are sell ing Harness cheaper than any of them. Just take a look and see. VEHICLE & SLTPLY CO. W. C. COI.TON, Manac-er 84 STATE STREET. MONTPELIER Just in Time W hav protet. our rufctoncrs nvraitift mtiivrito and d.lnvt tn freight by vet tine in a htpmfnt 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 MALE AND FEMALE HELP WANTED TO BUY CASH "PR K ES P A I D forraTrsTrubbers. "inet ale. magazines, hides, and hns a specialty ; 'phone 407-R, Sam Gould. 161 Brook street. Stttlti WANTED TO BrY-Store flxUtrnTand al most any second-hand articles, croceriie. etc. : raw furs to May 1 ; D. N. Hunt. M'-ntpelirr. T9if AM WANTING TO FUYoid-7ashloned :hing of all kinds: furniture, china, glass, linen. brass, old brass hanril. knobs, pictures. boo1! rugs, hooked or brai(Jeo ; send card, will can anywhere: address C F. Butterfieid. CentT-' House. Barre. Vt ISOt'. HIGHEST PRICES PAID Tor neV rubbers. maeszfne. papers : also furniture, stoves : 'phone 719-R; Abram Fine. 46 Maple avemic. I sosti PORTA Rl f SAV-"V!LI. WANTED- F. E Downing. Tf. Cliff street. te!144-W. Stf I "WANTED-To-buy straw et bam: tel. f-M. M";f I WANTED TO BUY Second-hand" farnitu-a, I tools and stoves : inquire O. Smith, s?" No. Mam street, tel. 72-M. t'ilff SALESMEN WANTED Save Old Castings I will weld and make them as good as new. A. 31. FLANDERS 207 North 3Iain Street Barre, Vt. WOVEN OR MAN WANTED- Salary 1:4 full time, Roc an hour rperv: Jme, i-e'line guaranteed hosiery to wearer: cirrietiee unnecessary ; International MJls. Vorris lown Pa :otl tl(!'l:o II ISO MONTH-Hun'dredsepening; IT. S wnitmat SMeittons. Mrn-wnmr-n. IS up. Etptrience unnccer.ory. I tt rV sitions fre. Write immediatelv. FTiiklin Inerltute. lt. 42 B. Kr-hcr S. Y. hnl.r W ANTED - Ytiinc men and women te take poaitiena as attendsn'e et the Vee- rnont ta: Hospital for the Insane at Water. Ol'R PROTECTED ARTICLE . icl-isively bury: te tbcee whe deare, an woportunity of- j oared and ccntrnlled by us clears upaH freed to attend nurse." teaming course; an- j f S4'-.r,u per dcy for saie-tmen : ?noet ssi ply at hospital. Wateak-JIT. VU lf t -al : govrrr.rn.nt created demand; large ter- ' ' . r'tr-.s 1 1 slrmen ab'e to handle rr., ' i si.le lire or fu'l tin-e : if rmt rr rnM ae'l 'h j s-r-'-ciaity yra w ill fail selling lift ptveersrs en a s-kmg ship: dHnit? . e-oe-"stirtei ; i WIDE-AWAKE MAX TO TAKE -HAPrE 1 'jT . i S"",h I ef our Jr.-a' fade: 4.(V tr MM - !v ' " "IT . . - ' tateadr: no evpervaee w.ai: - 'si. ! SM.rfVl.N AND COLLECTORS fo ,at c-c ; vrtr tMhr: inms PnAr's ' rrrntKy ps-n-.; ar. Kicnt end hcel.h f). Cv, S4 Anx.-a-an cullairs. Ciaeina-" i : an ecjHle-it oroortun.ty to enesre it I SoOtl a proSlt.bse basmess. fa ynvr sn loan er . t i- . tc j . . . ! -Is t H re. ei e v hole or pert tTi. bis : nnc ' ' "a wtmr , w 4 rmesilaem sns s tn l r R,n -, ti.t erf Ac.neiee. SJ Churrh street P - AGENTS WANTED full tini. c;!i Minw-Ic M I mrr yfnt :ntt for it : r , (city rthu; tf f-r t : i 4-r cW Ms!f'f-GM I ftntuto-T. Burnff-'-'". Vt. I l.fiirtrti. Vt MISCELLANEOUS It i NVl v t; -1 wt .V Y LOST AND FOUNH V. 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