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THE BARIife DAILY f IlES, BARRE, VT.,. THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920.
ABOVT THE STATE Hppenlngs of Interest from Different Sectiom. Cushman Delphia. a marble worker in Middlebury, had two finders crushed Tuesday when his left hand was caught between two blocks of marble. E. J. Greene, a driver for the Amer ican ExDress company in St. Albans ws fined for driving on the sidewalk on High street in that city, the line and costs amounted to $0.05. R. S. Drysdale lias purchased of Per cy H. Jennings the three-story build ing in Bennington on which Mr. Drys dale has had his department store since 1905. Harry R. Dane, a former resident of Newport, but now located in Detroit, Mich., where he is teaching in a boys' school, is to open a summer camp for boys at Lake Memphremagog this sum mer. Mrs. Walter Roddy died at her home an Fairfield March 30 of pneumonia following influenza. Mrs. Roddy's death is the third in the house within a few weeks, her husband dying also from influenza. Henry Reynolds had one finger am putated as a result of getting his weaker caught in the engine that runs the milking machine at his home in East Franklin last week. Hia head was out, hs was badly bruised and the finger was so badly hurt it had to be removed. " A circular issued Saturday from the office of the treasurer of the Central Vermont railway announced that U. t , Berrymen is appointed paymaster of the Central Vermont Railway company, with offices at St. Albans. Mr. uerry man succeeds the late Edward F. Lucas Albert K. Scott has been appointed as sistant paymaster vice Mr, Berryman, promoted. An informal dinner, given hy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fairfield of Rutland, which served two purposes a farewell recep tion to the memhers of the staff of the Rutland Evening News and an "in troductory" reception to the new own er and editor, Donald G. Babbitt of Bellows Falls was held at the Hotel Bard well at Rutland Saturday night. Mr. Fairfield, the retiring owner, was given a handsome jeweled watch, and Mrs. Fairfield a silver mounted, foun tain pen. WILL REPRESENT VERMONT. H. W. Slocum Going to the National Tuberculosis Conference. Tuberculosis porkers from every state in the union will meet at St. Louis April 22 to 24 to launch the cru sade of the double-barred cross in the United States. The meeting will be under the direction of the National Tuberculosis association. Harold , W. Slocum, director of the fubercuksis de partment of the Vermont state board of health will represent Vermont at the conference. The crusade of the double-barred cross, the international emblem of th fight against tuberculosis, will endeav. or: 1. To discover all the estimated 2, 000,000 cases of tuberculosis in the I'nited States. 2. It will aim to secure adequate care and supervision either at home or in sanatoria and hospitals for each ease. 3. It will seek by means of educa tiop in the cases of children and adult to prevent the spread and increase of tuberculosis; and 4. It will aim to organize communi ty effort in every eity and town of the United States to secure effective con trol of this disease. The crusade will begin with the meeting at St. Louis at which repre sentative leaders in the medical pro fession, social work, secretaries of anti tuberculosis societies, government offi cials and others will -take part. The culmination of the crusade for 1020 will be in a united campaign for the support of all voluntary anti-tuberculosis associations, national, state and lo cal, through the aale of a double-barred tuberculosis Christmas seal. Dr. Victor V. Vaughan, dean of the medical school of the University of Michigan and president of the National Tuberculosis association, will preside at the meeting. Dr. Charles J. Hat field, managing director of the Nation al Tuberculosis association, will be in immediate charge of arrangements. The chairmen of the various sections are: Dr. George Dock of St Louis, chair man of the clinical section; Dr. E. L. Opie of St, Louis, chairman of the pathological section; Dr. IL W. Hill of St. Paul, chairman of the sociological section; Dr. A. W. Freeman, Colum bia, O., chairman of the advisory coun cil, and Miss Edna L. Foley of Chica go, chairman of the nursing section. CABOT COW TEST For the Month Ending March 31, as Prepared by E. W. Sargent. Lbs. Lbs. Owner. W. L Abbott . , W. I. Abbot e .. V. L Abbott .. Ralph White .. Ralph White ., Leon Pnow James Craig ., James Craig . . John Chandler John Chandler Aaron Bolton . Aaron Bnlton . Aaron Kolton . Aaron H1 ton . Aaron Bolton . Angus Smith . Angus Smith . Angas Smith . Angus Smith . Angus Smith . Angus Smith . Angus Smith . Walker Bros, . Breed. Milk. Bfft. ... GJ. 1,005. 47.1 . R.J. . R.J. . O.J. . UJ. . CJ. RJT. OH. G.H. . OJ. O IL on. (ill. OH. fill. mi. R.H. O FL (.11 mi. R.H. RH R.J. o.r. R-I. R.f. UJ. O.J. OJ. 717 WM 1.003 9.1.5 MS 1.053 1.034 l.ORfl l.2 1.12ft 1.003 1.007 1.013 1.013 1.522 rwi4 U12 1.3ti3 Am I, 33 43.7 45.8 47.1 43.0 40.0 380 3!0 40.0 47.9 35.0 3!.l 37.3 37.5 33 4 SI. 47 2 4.V! 46.3 4.4 42 51.1 Sk3 0.U 744 at M2 71 775 '4 1.064 Wa'ker Waiker Walker alker Wgiker Bros. Bros. Br.-. rros. Bros. .VI. 1 41 4 41 1 41 I 47 9 Ge. Smith Merl Mesrs Vermont Fueroea Relief Far.d Meeting. The firt meeting c-f the cmmii.m er of the Vermont Firemen's Kri-ef fursd has ben caUe.-! t BjtiiT-r:"B i f the eterknjf ff Afr.l 7. when the bsrd sri.I orjraniie hr the .on a pres. ij'nt and eTtrT and select the pa- of hr.W r.jr its irt:nr. TV mcaixri of " He r-jromU ar, repre sesitiua: t) YeriTwwit J-tate Firrmea's aiaisa Lw;i C. tvraat, Burimr- GAIN WEIGHT AND STRENGTH With Bitro-Phosphate on $$00 Guarantee NEW YORK. If jrou re feci i nit run-down, weak, nervous, -.ired-in-the-morning, and generally ailing-, these am th symptoms vhst hould warn you to take cars of your health. Four persona in every ten are needing more nhosohorue in their bodies. When you sec thin and fretful people: or those whoi are anaemic, pale, frail, oil tfesnonoetit or lacking in energy, you may look for the need of certain element that make for a strong conatitution. Some people, after relying upon prepara tions compost.d chiefly of salts, quinine, drastic drugs, iron, calomel, cod-liver oil, etc., wonder why they find no benefit. That u easily explained by the fact that such ner aona need the phosphoric clement, which la a moat potent essential to health, nnd con tained in BITRO-PHOSPHATE, ihe humous henlth preparation. Now obtainable every where. 'lhe right thnig for you to do ia make a trial of BITRO-PHOSPHATE, beginning at once. It ia not a patent medicine; '.he formula is prescribed by many physician for the ailment and weaknesses mentioned above. With every box of BITRO-PHOSPHATE. are a few simple health rules and a $M0 guarantee. Buy a box of BITRO-PHOSPHATE. It is sold and recommended by E. A. Drown & Co. and all good druggists everywhere. Adv. ton, and Edwin D. Moore, Bennington; representing the state, H. H.' Carr of St. Johnsbury, William d! Dyer, Salis bury, and L. A. Kelty, Montpelier. LAID DOWN ON TRACK. Pownal Man Committed Suicide in North Adams, Mass. North Adams, Mass., April 1. Ar thur Card, aged 55, a prosperous Pow nal, Vt., farmer, committed suicide on Tuesday afternoon in front of the Bos ton 4 Maine station, when he stepped 'between the moving ears of a switch back train and laid down on the track, the car passsing over him. He died shortly after being removed from the track. t Card suffered an attack of influenza and had not fully recovered from the effects of it, A few years ago Oscar Card, his brother, stepped in front of a passenger train at the Pownal station and was killed. Arthur Card was bom in Pownal. His wife and two children survive. Says His Prescription "las Powerful Influeiice Over Rheumatism Discoverer Tells Druggists Not to Take a Cent of Anyone's Money Unless Allenrhu Completely Banishes Rheumatic Pains and Twinges. Mr.- James ' H. Allen suffered for, year with rheumatism. Many times this terrible disease left him helpless and unable to work. He finally decided, after year of ceaseless study, that no on can be free from rheuma tism until the accumulated impurities, COTtl monly called oris acid deposits, were dis solved in the joints and muscles and ex pelled from the body. with this ides In mind, he consulted Phy sicians, made experiments and finally com pounded a prescription' that quickly and completely banished every sign and symp tom of rheumatism from his system. Ha freely gavs his discovery to others, ho took it away with what might be called marvelous success. After years of urging he decided to let sufferers everywhere know about his discovery through the newspapers. The Red Cross Pharmacy has been appoint ed agent for Allenrhu in this vicinity, with the understanding that they will freely' re turn the purchase money to all who State thry received no benefit. Adv. BUG-OLOGY Figure This Qut Bedbuss lay an a verses of seven ens tier day. Under favorable conditions they hatch in five days, of which two-thirds are f e males. They mature to adult size and are capable of laying- in four weeks. How many j robe, Universal self feeder fur poultry, bedbugs would you have in a year if you dry-tr.flsh hoppers, lot of chains, num left one female or eg- unmolested for onelber scyth.'S and snatha, blacksmith yearf To rid the pesky bedbug-, you ran: tools, 2 fur coats. radily see how necesssry it is to use a T..rma . ,;, ,.t ..In Virril.;,,,, strsted by the leading hospitals, hotels and railroad companies that the safest and most of bedbugs, roaches, fleas and antto is to use the new discovery. Pesky Devils Quietus. A Site package of P. D. Q. mskes a qusrt, enough to kill million bedbugs, roaches, (less and cootlra snd st the same time de stroy their eggs ss welL Impossible for them to exist when P. D. Q. is proprly used. Free, patent spout in every psekajr to ret the pesky devil iu the hsrd-to-get-st-plsce. Special Hospital and Hotel star $2.S mskes Ave gallons of P. D. Q. your drug gist has It or can get it for yma, or sent pre paid upon receipt of price by the Owl C hem ic! Co., Terrs Haute. Ind. Success of P. D. CJ. ' hss emoeed imitators, gmuin P. D. U is never peddled. Adv. Auction Sale City Auction Marlcet SATURDAY, APRIL 3 at 2 and 7 p. m. We have a large line of household goods for this sale and expect one or two more lots to come in Fri day. At Private Sale Brass and iron beds, springs, mat tresses, pedestal and libra ry tables, chairs, bedding, quilts, puffs, blankets, pil lows, sheets, all new goods. 'stonecutter's chest full of tools, 2 good gas ranges, 1 range, wash tubs, boilers, pails, brooms, dinner sets, rugs, window shades, vio lins, cornets, harp, 2 baby carriages and a lot of sea- sor.able goods. OoJllhf Chifdron'sCousrhs may be checked and more serious conditions j of the throat often will be avoided by 1 promptly giving the child a dose of safa Stock and Tools at Auction As I have sold my home place arid have to give possesnion soon, I have decided to sell my stock and tools at public auction to "the highest bidder, on the premises where I now live, in lower (iraniteville, on Cassie street, near the Miles store, on FRIDAY, APRIL 2 . at x o'clock in the afternoon , 4 Head of Stock 2 Extra Good Jersey Cows One is fresh, 1 due to freshen April 22; both voting and in aood order; 2 heif er calves, 1 six months old, th, other 1 n j . 1 I I ' e 1, IS 1U UUVB UKI HUM 1 1 UU1 file VI lilt: best covts in Oraniteville; sired by a registered Holt-tern; 2 young cOWs, both bred; weight about 225 Itis.j IS young hens, mostly R. I. Rerls." , " ' TOOLS AND MACHINERY Set of 2-horse sleds, with body, nearly new j 1 -horse lumber wagon, 1 work harness, nearly .new cultivator, set painter's hooks with carriers, 2 sets of pulley blocks, with rope, quantity hardwood flooring, and a hit of small farming tools, too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Five stoves, including Crawford Orand kitch en range as good as new; Sterling Oak heater for .coal aiid wood; small coal heater, 2 box stoves, lot of stovepipe, j number iron beds and springs, clutirs, ' tables. 2 winter robes, new rubber lap- for the property. Anyone having prop- j riv for nalp muv arrange before this sale. Sale will begin promptly at 1 o'clock. WALTER BELVILLE, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. PDWS; PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HELNINGER SURGEON DENTIST Howland Building. Room 18. 'Phone 98-W. Office Hours : 9 to 12, 1 to 6 and .31 to T :! BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTFRS FOR RELIABLE PIANOS. PLAYFE PIANOS, VICTROLAS. PON-OKAS. RECORDS ' AND SHEET MUSIC Leave your orders here fm- Piano Tuning Telephone 8-W, Barre, Vt Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW t'P-TO-D ATE EASY RIDING Call from a distance at reasonable rates A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre The Only Auto Ambulance in the City DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room 8K. Mile Building Telephone Connection OFFICE HOURS: 9 a-m. to 12 m. and 1 '30 to 4 p m Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday J. THOMAS JAMIESON GENERAL AUCTIONEER , Williamstown, Vt. Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi -DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS: to II. I to i. ' to Telephone 1;-W Ligfctnir.s Kerer Strike lit tmre in the uw pla'-e tiau- mYen it sir kr the eend time tie in"t th-re. LirMtrnff msr nt iwt rot). -methinc mil. V mc?ime. In sure sad t;re. 71t res'. Nstmnsl All Fools' Day STATE OF HOYT GALLUP State of Vermont, District of Washington, is. trict of Washington, to all persons interested m the citatc of Hoys Gallup, 1st of Plain- field, in said district, decased, GREETING : The honorable probate court for the ais . 1" A. " ; x t 11.. wiain To7 dtaoC .3 I of March, 1H20. an instrument purrortinr to! be the lasli 'ill and testament of Hoyt Gal-1 lup. laic of Plaii.fteld. in oaid distri. de-: ...a i ,k f.,,.i,l And it is ordered by said court that the lth dy of April. 1920. at the brobste ofllcs in said Montpelier. be a-irned for proving said instrument: and that notice thereof be given to all persons concerned, by publUhing this order three week, successive. ly in the Barre Daily Tim, a new-paper circulating In that vicinity. In said district, M I . ,.,-V;,o. it manr-runii, mrw imwj " - w k.( ih ,,r .1 .h. tim and appear oerore sain court, ai me -.m- "" pace aforesaid, and contest the probate pf said will, if you have cause. Given under my hand at Montneifer, In said district this Slst day of March, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Aprl-8-18 Auction Sale SATURDAY, APRIL 3 at t o'clock sharp On account of my wife's death, 1 will sell at publie auction, at my home place in the village of Xortlificld Kalis, all of my household good, consisting of 1 (ilenwood range almost new, 1 parlor Stove, a 3-burner oil stove, din ing table, dining chairs, rocking chairs, 2 parlor tables, 2 morris chairs, 1 re clining chair, 1 couch, a sewing ma chne. a large looking glass, beds mat tresses, springs, bureaus, commodes and lamps, ice cream freezer, washing ma chine, wash tubs, wash boiler, wah bench, mop wringer and clothes wring er, baskets, fruit jars, tinware and ket tles, S prs. lace curtains, adoiible-bar-rel Khotgun and a .32 Special Winches ter rille, chest of carpenter's tools, alno sume mason's tools and about 7 cords of rock maple wood in the logs, and many other things too numerous to mention. ,ale positive Saturday, April 3, 1 -'(, at 1 o'clock. Tejms at time of sale. FRED PZPPIN, Owner. D. P. LEFEBVRE, Auctioneer, Northfield, Vt. Stringed Instruments Repaired . REHAIRING B0W3 A SPECIALTY I T - sevrtr. ttciat - - i JAJMEb NICOL - 41 Maple Avenue Telephone 471-W . . PIANO TUNING Five years Everett Piano Factory Two years Hsllett Davis Piano Factory One year Ch-'-x-ing H'artroon - Five year Clark & MrMsstor B. ARTHUR REED Tel. 78-M Box 148. Montpelier. Vt tssv orders st Bailey's Mtur Booms. Bsrre. tel. 8t-W HOWARD II. REID,D.D.S. HOWLAkD BUILDiNQ Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Pkon 1S-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors t tn IS a. m Twfiav. Vc Incsdsy. FH-tsy sn4 Sa'urdav; t .tt to p. m- M-w icy. WfHnwHy. T,ur-tr and Fr-.li-y : t to 8 p m . T x and Thu - - r Monfncl--r Tuea-iay. Thursday and SHtitrday. H x to 12 Is. m. ; Xunaay, Wmn.wiy and 1 ri-y. I ! ROOM SCURRER BI.K., Barre T-l 4?-W I PERRY & NOONAN UNExm.LEn FUNFRUt F F.VISKINOS Ii-r w.zl ATT.bulance firviee Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers i. Deim rVl . Ea-T TiJ. roatlectV-w. SEE US J . IN OUB NEW LOCAXOX r row mdy to srv Kh . d nd S , fiw rwiflswTi sith hick rrsde J-w,ry. kcrir -"or g-jittH. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler t4 Elm street SOLE ACENT FC-I "BOSTON AMERICAJT ESTATE OF EMMA A. FISK ' State of Vermont, District of Washington, as. The honorable probate court lor tne trict aforesaid, to the heirs and U persons inteiw-tcd in the estate of Emma j lata of East Montpelier. in .aid district. rf.v-,Mt r.HEET Nl ; WHEREAS, application hath been mad-to this court, in writing, by the cecutor. praying for license and authority to . sell vmi estate of said decked, to wit : Situated In the citv of Harre. ill said district, beinn I the house. No. 72 and 74. including lot ar.d barn on South Main street. rfltina- to raid court that it wwjl d be tte to the hnrs and all persons Inter U-din hetato of said deceased, to sell said renl estaie and j ctnvprt the same into mow . And bnnging into curt the " approbation in writing of all the J heirs to said estato residing m th rute, and setting V HEREUPON. the said court appointed lfcth iiv of Anril. 1920. , , . , . . .soft and arsigned the 15th day of April, 190. --. - . . ,, - .- :j ? the .robato office, .In Montpelier in said district to hear and decide upon sa d appli- , U'-ri anil pewiKni, ,iu wuictj '-.-" - ttoe thereof to be given to all persons inter ested therein, by publishing said order, to- gether with the time, and ice of hearing, three w eeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates in the neighborhood of those persons Interested in said estate, all of which publications shall be previous to the day saaurned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place assigned, then snd there in said court . ... .. L Akwtinn, , n 4Kb rnfinr to make your objections to the granting of such lirensr. if you see cause. Given unde- my hand at Montpelier, In said district, this 24th day of Msmh, 121. -FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. MartlSAprl-g COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF a ACNES FRENCH The 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 V. Agnea French, late of the city f Barre, in said dis trict, dflccased. and all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the law office of E. R. Davis, in the city of Harre, in said district, on the Sth day of April and Sth day of September next, from 10 o'clock a. m. until 8 o'clock p. in., on each of said days, and that six months from the Sth day of March. A. D. 1930. is the time limited by said court for said cred itor to protent their claims to us for exam ination and allowance. -. I)nted at the city of Barre, this ISth day of March, A. D. 190. THOS. H. CAVE. JR., JOHN C. GRIGGS, Commissioners. MarI25Aprl COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF ANNIE T. T1ERNEY The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate -ourt for the dis- j trict of Washington-, commissioners, to r - ceive. examine and adjust the claims and de- ANT ATTRACTIVE PROPERTY fOR mends of all persons against the eatote of i HOME OR INVESTMENT-Just off Wash Annie T. Ticrney. late of the city of Harm, in i ington street, near Spaulding school ; house laid district, deceased, and all claims ehib- j contain 10 iron and arranred for fam ted in offset thereto, hereby give notice thst ili : hsy window, a verandas, tpnni wa-s-s will meet for the purpoee aforesaid, at W. r.,hnt and cold safer, tc. ; will rent the office of Smith. Whitcomb A Cook Co.. in j for HJ.On per month : ow-ner is making a the city of Harre, in said district, on the Md I change and will sell fo rlSOM.OO; look this day of April and llth day of September next, from 10 o clock a. m. until 8 o clock p. m. on each of said days, and that six month from the 12th dsy of March. A. D. 1V20, is the time limited by said court -for said credit, to present thedr claims to us for examination ar.d allowance. tatd at the city of Barre, this 24th day of March. A. D. 19i". THOS. H. CAVE. JR.. FRANK L. SMALL, Commissioners. Mar2fiAprl-8 , COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF JOHN H. NELSON the honoraw probate court for to dtnct of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, art sdjust the claims snd demsnds ' persons against the estate of John H. Nelson, late of the city of Barre. in said dis- "ct. deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby given notice that we will m-.et tor the purpose aforesaid, at the office of Smith, Whitromh 4 I oi'k Co. in the city of Parrp, in said distrv-t on the 2wth liny of April snd 2th un.jr of Sttomber next ; frt-m 9 o'chvrk s- tn. until 8 o'clock p. m. on isch of said days, and that six months from i'ivi th day of March, A. D. 1M0. is the i time limited by said court for said creditor to I'resunt their cairns to us for cxsmmetion ! snd sliowsnce. !su i at th- city of Bsrre. this 81st day of Msirh. A. D. mn. f R .NK U SMALL, FDWAKD J. OAtNS, Commissioners. 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HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE Cottage nt Lake Grotore, com pletely furnished and in iiood condition ; koou DprioK wmer, oo, pie onou,e wijn Doau ; one oi oast locauona on laxe; goorew 14B6 a. m. vui-iing, rwinneia, vt. isdoj COTTAGE HOUSE or 6 rooms at 38 Center street for sale; all in good condition ; extra lot with house, cement cellar floor ; will sell reasonably ; John Vicari, 88 Center street 2 12t6 FOR SALE Two-story, 2-temvtn't house, with good barn and cellar ider house and barn, all in good repair; each tenement has 6 rooms, electric lights and bath ; plenty of garden for both tenements; the barn could, for a small umount of money, be made into a C-room tenement ; this is good property to buy for home or investment ; sit uated at 14 Clark street ; price right ; tele phone 66-K or inuuirs at il-22. Howland building ; Elwin L. Scott. - J Btf fflX-ROOM COTTAGE HOME FOR SALE Leaving town ; all hardwood doors down- tAirs ' ,,anf rv unA h tlh rrttim ,-lffCtric IurhtS. hot nd cold water, hot-air furnace, storm windows for all over house: large lot, lOOx 85 ft ; 6 young apple trees, also shade trees : apply R. Gordon. 122 Orange street. 10t4 OR SALE Six-room cottage horn with nven- ItnntPV anrf wnul.li-l mrwlura vrtllUAfli i. . ,rT j. " . , "u..." -j iciics ; inciuaing extra lot, nennousn snu ham m nvw. hmnAv tn BMith miH crrsnita plants; pries right; apply to Alexander Milne, 14 Nichol street tt FOR SALE My home place on Trow hill. known as John R. Mead place: for fur ther particulars inquire of Mrs. John R Mead. Barre. 6tf FOli SALE On Mon teller road, 2 miles from Barre, 8-room house, modern im provements r large piazza with vines on S sides i barn and henhouse nd about 2 sc of good land ; will sell st a reasonable price and terms if desired; Mrs. H. S. Miles, tel. 217-X after J p.m. 804tf FOR SALE A"2-ten'cment house on 1 Web ster street; first-class property In right location ; apply to James W. Gauld, 4 Orange street. 287tf THREE HOUSES FOR SALE to close out an estate : the 3 houses are located on the northerly aide of Hall streets, numbers 20, 22. and 24 ; will be sold for the bast ob- tsinable cash price; 8. Hoi lister Jackson. cKSon, 269tf sdminlMrator. FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE My home farm, about 1 mile north of Bradford village, containing aoout 186 acres ; buildings in good condition f uil set of farming tools ; house has all modern conveniences ; also for sale, with or without the above described property, the Cunning ham farm, so called, in the Goshen district, consisting of about 120 acres; cut 46 tons f hsy this season ; has good barn snd corn barn ; both places have never-failing surely of water piped to buildings by gravity ; ap ply to A. D. Billings, owner, Bradford. Vt. lit VERY DESIRABLE ls-ACRE VILLAGE FARM at a bargain: near everything: full particulars; F. H. Stearns, South Roy- alton. Vt 10tl2 FARM FOR"SALE-240 acres, one of "the best farms in Washington Co., situated m East Montpelier, 2 miles from P. O., mill and creamery, 4 miles from Montpeleir snd ! .,1,1m J I H.1-V Fiut Mnntnelier. Vt. 299tf F"OR SALE Farm, 130 acres, just mile from eity, with stock snd tools if wanted ; res ton for selling, poor health: teL 479-W : Amos A. Hall. 289tf MARCH IS THE MONTH TO BUY REAL ESTATE Any one at all familiar with reai estate sclivity will tell you that almost invariably nriros ars lower at this time of year. The savings in some cases smountlng to severs! 1 hon,) dollars. It is certainly worth your . ,, . , i i v : 1 1 while to look around. You will see a de- cided advance very soon. Stesm heated house with all modern con veniences, eaamslled plumbing, lights, etc. Six rooms, wide versnds on two sides ; lsrre parcel of land, about three ordinary lots. Located six or seven minutes' walk from the post oMcs, on rood street A fin pise ts live. Price 12800. No. 140. Buy a real homey nlace and be your own boss, with a big garden, a horse, s cow and a lot of had. Four seres sf land in the city, only about three fourth mile from the post office on good road ; nice nine room house, with bath, toilet; three tall barn with laire csrris- bouse ; plenty nf shed room ; good hen house with ysrd for 50 hens. The place for s msn wanting- to do a little work on land and work in the shells. Only a few minute walk from the largest s-ranit plants in the city. Th price, I'iTOO takes this property together with plow, harrow, two horse wagon, lot of garden tools. For 12500 you can own this attractive home. Two acres of land, splendid garden, nln apple trees bearing. 660 strawberry plants, 21 currant bushes, grapevine, and other small fruit. Six room eottsge, two rood hen houses ; the hoos Is finished In hsrdwnod snd hss som hardwood floors; both, electric lirhte. etc. Two Two minutes to school and six minutes to (he carline; nice veranda on front and on side. This is a dandy home snd is being offered on sccount of ill health of owner. Let us how you. ovrr u m mwm,i yuu. These illustrate some of the bsrgains w hsvw to offer. Call in and talk it or. Y ou will like to put your key in your own door. Firs the landlord this month. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howlsnd Building, Bans. Vermont LOOK ! Read This: A 4-ROOM COTTACE HOUSE FOR SALE -BstK elect lights, cemented 1'.. S . ptaxxas, ail finished in nntursl wooo. wnn a nice garaire, nu lawn wiih a i . i... k. A Imrwm Ins m a wood ,tr-. ' fne f2.Piu; or would trad for si small farm. ii.na n.imE faRM lust nut n the mirkri rn account of the owner msatnr change ,n bbslnes : ts locst.xl I mile 1mm TO RENT -15 Brook sireet a Ave room a ri-d villsre. ensmery and traded schools, iwer fist : set tulw. hot water, ras : newly on ji giod resin road ; this fsrm lays irood 1 flni.(, .s.lcx MrHsffie. Tel. ?-M. F snd is in high ststa of eultivstion ; plenty j jmit,. IT West street. ttf ot wood, nice fruit ore nam. witn a s patrh of blacktrrricr: nwwimn wsrrr . at th hua and bam; pniy oi rarrj rormi. ejktrm mart hou. And Vih UiU farm th oamr miM II at. hwh cwnaiata of 21 hd of rati. mUj cows; end siao si. we . ... id in a short time wouio inciuae fst hies. This farm is located within si very easy orivr oi wtrir, . - - FOR Fl'RTHFR INrVRM ATION RF-- 9 !( rL.'. J;.'?!-' ,7 V. LAR.E LISI Vt uintn ; J. J. DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howlsnd P-ltg.. Bsrre Tel. 874 WANTED TO HUY HANTEP -A rood ferond-hand bath tub. 4t.. rr 8 ft. ionr: t-i. ln CASH PK1' F TMD for rshhecs. rwt- sl. wiassrincs. hiV. sn t hsrs specWK'T : phone 4'.: -si. Ssm t.ould. 11 Broo ". W VIET -T buy stra fUM I t, . I t.l T HUT rWoed-r.sr.d Ti.rw ! tn! sad stores : ituimre O. Smith, 88' N ''J'.Mi-.ti -rn'. t.l. T2-M 1 :.. nnn s V I. f-IITI CP il.tlllil, t lll.l-l.i RAILROAD COMPANY , rv- ss swt e -f f- tt-h.tii f ri-r . w , i iu i - v . ... r - - - j t ai n sf 'i t " -, ' e teiiw.wf at Ksr-r. -irw -t. rw Tt-i.rr-j. Arnl "4. at !- c'cln-s a. ss, f'-r 1 T 4rt board f i rectors for Jw ra-iv-r sr. ... II. to S-SSSrt - nt T JOH?4 G FAI4U.L fsvt-Ksr-c U AprU I. UAti-4 HELP WANTED- MALE WANTEL-- A first-clims machine polisher for the large wheel ; Geo. K. Bond & Co., Inc., Depot square. WANTED Man to "drive toam ; It. L, Voax- as.telephone307-M,Barre. Ht6 WAWi'tlJ A lrt-clHSS letter cutter; also 4 stonecutters ; J. P, Corskie A Son. 14pi WAN lED--Yoiing "single' man" (Gcntlie) to travel with manager ,and solicit; experi ence unnecessary; salary una expenses or . Cha. Irtxtk. Gen . :: - - , u if;17 Manchester, N. WANTED MAN TO OPERATE POL ISHING MACHINE. TO POLISH SAWED SLABS; GOOD WORK AND THF, CLEANEST MILL IN TOWN TO WORK IN; APPLY TO GEORGE STRA1TON. lstf WANTED Blacksmith" to work in stone stud ; regular pay and steady work ; npply by lctt r. 'phone or in person ; Pando Granite Co., Northneid,Vt. , :lst6 WANTED 8 experienced automobile me chanics at once; good salary and perma nent position to the right men ; apply at Palace Garage, Barre, VU 13tf WANTED Polisher to run a machine on j crooked work and do hand polishing ; l steady job for the right man; apply to C. L. , u u la ir iiranita works, waterpury, vs. iia I WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Woodbury, Vt ; oien shop quarry from Mar. 1, 1U20 ; - ii. j Li, . t have a general store and furnish goods to 1 men in my employ at wholesale prices : u . inn . uniu, - h nyuara reiiv hi. ,ov v,u.vu , I sui-fiu-e onarrv and rood machinery: write for more information and tate your cxperi- encs in a granite or mimre tiunirj. w, hire a few .s.prentices ; E. - R. Fletcher Woodbury. JVt "tf RAILWAY MAIL clerks, fflF month rexr. rirnce ' unnecessary ; young men, 17 up ward, desiring clerkships, write for free Particulars; K. Terry (former civil service examineri, 91 Continental building, Wash ington, D. C. totl W ANTE DFirst-c lass draughtsman; steady position iMcDonnellft SoiM,lne. 10t6 WANTED Lumper to follow the hook; Lit- tlrjohn.pdger4 Millie. " WANTED A full gang of "experienced saw mill help within the next 2 weeks ; good pay and not mucn to do ; no one need npply unless wanting a steady job ; for further par ticulars, call on or write C. H. Utley. Marshfield Vt WANTED Men to work in saw-mill, 13.60 per day; also a few teamsters, at 13.60 per day. with a 60c bonus ; Green Mountain Lumber Co.," ' Middlesex, Vt ; teL Mont pelier 129-4. 290tf WANTED A rood man to banker for gran ite cutters : rtsady job ; the Flsk Bros. Co., 4016 Spring Grove avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. s-eatf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Woman to do family washing; call 878-M. lots WANTED-A-Wtres; Hale s Tavern. Wells . .k,vl'l li- ; . J0" WANTED Woman to assiat chef; good pay ana steady Kn ; spply at once; noiei Barre. 14U WOMAN WANTED To take care of help dining hall:HoteJ Barre. 14t4 WANlEDGirl or woman to do housework on a farm; Mrs. N. H. Wiffgis, G.unite- ville; N. E. tel. J98-2. I3i8 WANTED Womsn" for general housework in family of four adults ; near Main street ; no wsshing, good wages ; spply to "8.," care Times office. 13t6 WANTED Good plain cook; small house; good pay ; Park Inn, JNorthfield, Vt 14t6 WANTED Two women housekeepers, ont-'.0.,. , , it a ,, have charge of boys' and officer.' dining We have & lot JUSt 1H, all Set UP rooms, the other to have charge of dormito- raaAv for VOll thoroiltrhlv built rics; salary, $35.00 and $40.00 per month, j et"y 'UV,OU; lllUIOUfelliy UUIll, rs. pectively. and mainttnance; u ciiner mar- rica, nusiiana cuneiucrnu ivr jwiitw, -' from $56.00 to $66.00; opportunity for ad vancement: Supt County Training 8chool, Lawrtnre. Mass. 14teod WANTED- Chambermaid and laundresses : W. F. Davis, Watcrbury Inn, Waterbury. Vt 13tt WANTED Woman" for housework : care foe sick woman; inquire 10 Central ttret; K. E. Willey. 13to WANTED A girl or woman'for genersJ housework; apply 0 Prospect street tel. 781-M. WANTED A middle-aged woman for ren- sral housework : slats wsgss ; address Mrs. Cullen Martin, Windsor, Vt 12tf : i"" " WANTED A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO WORK IN THE KITCHEN AT BARRE CITY HOSPITAL: WOULD CONSIDER GIRL: APPLY TO THE SUPERINTENDENT. Htf WANTEb A housekeeper for a gentleman tinder 40 years of sire ; light work: Box 241. Sorinirneid, Vt. ' ttl WANTED Girl or middle-aged lady for gen eral housework: apply to Mrs. Kutcrs, 11 South MatnstreetteL 176-4. t'tf WANTED A girl or woman for rrn-rsl housework: good wascs ; permsn-w -:-tio : telephone Montpelier 129-4. Mrs Buck, Middlesex. Vt ' W A NTED Waitrssses ; Waterfall ry Ir trbury.Vt W ANTED A n experienced "cook ; M r' Inn. Montpelier. IMtf WANTED Pupil rurses and attendant at th Taunton State Ibspltsl : wsgta 8S.nO per month with mslntensnce: for psrticulsrs s.'dres Dr. ArthtiT V. Gos. Supt. Tsunton State Hospitsl, Taunton. Msn. 264tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP WANTED help in 2,nVM. A man for farm work, wife to house: Mrs. C. H. Pitkin. teL JVasWil of . md orange, then, in V1J invMtment is a dead loes. If. HELP WANTED Young men snd women to tsh positions ss sttennants si the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane st Wster bury: to these who disire, sn opportunity of fered to sttend nurses' trsniing courts : sp ply st hospital. Wstsvfairy. Vt ltf HOUSES TO RENT FOR. RENT A good 7-room rotOure house. spring water, bath : Bstchclder street : H. W. Scott Bolster blork. 14tf UPSTAIRS TENEMENT of 4 rooms to rent st 8 F(ir street; Mrs. Elisabeth Bugbee. 8 Highlsnd avenue. 12tf FOR RENT One 4-room tenement; nprly at 24 Liberty street tl.8H-M. stf TFNEVENTS TO RENT 4. 8. 'rooir. ! with gardens. 8 wiih bath and "lertric light. 1 with gss: innuir of F. D. Becklcv. Psrk street tel. &68-W. 13ttJ DOWNSTAIRS" TENEMENT.- 8 "rooms to rent: gsrden, hen ma : sll good condition : spply 40 Mapla svnu or lit urooa streex tf F Of tf i " , .. ciV-, ..- annur -- -r -- - - i rrt urs'T ThrM small tenement st 49s Xorth Msin street known a th George I Parks house; have jwi iiwtwiin r re- finished and connected with ra and - ! iricitv. Arrly to A. M BatcheWer, 28 Fair- . T.l Jfel-M. Stt trvf :t,r,t 4 rooms: rwxl order: - . . ' ll-pl. .v-tnue: Fmiih , ci.t - - nf Ftira. - -- - JTKNKMEVTS TO RFNT- On- rntma 4 Mrs. J. T. Caluurhsn. 44 Psrk "reci. ,m. , K4.W. rvrurVTS TO RKVT-AH nwiern : also "'. "t r , , . iouire of M- Js-ni 'Ahem. 41 r.sTeTl svenue. in j ' SIX-ROOM tOTTAGE TO Tp -On Klhe- I k.!!Ll fnnloi: inouire of Mrs. F.uris ;:,; . Vln Cm ,ts, JnnMl. 1 Grsnrer. Ti'nm s nroa c-tore. wi i lrnTTf.r: HOUE TO RFNT On" Vin I street: G L. Woodworth. F.sstmsn kWk P-T1 1 TO prVT- A -fsi tenement st 44 J Vorth Main Msin stwet. : isiuir st 8 North ",tT . i VO RENT . ETOP.E TO RiNT - Sti-r formerly wrcut i-d by Esstirn Estate Tea Co. is Avertll Mrrk: r -u rsnctatSe; inquire D. A. Fern li sl E-'tte Aevwry lf SUGAR PLACE TO RENT -In jsiili Dot hurt : os share or cash. I."! hiw-ts. rvrrything sii there; dry w,wl in w sir the hsy Mi the same f nm- Write or r,Kone T in the swrtiM or T--r i n ctit; 'vki-w IT.VU or write J. Lrt:aa. rst street. Barre. - N. M- t.' T X T I 'JjOO" LlCCIlSCS i j niesir-iTif e-:itj . k c4 S. C. K. 1. All ,V mnct ls lirnPi1 in R" f",,,: "R" 'hatsre All tJTS musi ie iicensea ini. m4 ,j lh, rtmr: t.r ccordnce with Jaw on cr be-ji-- ,"T.U: 'r" J?? fore ArnI 1. 1920 JAMES MACKAY, l Qty Treasurer. FOR SALE rOR SALE 'Vwo-chuir barber ihop; : lent and kooJ location ; reason for telling, poor healeh; addrusa "Barber Shop," :hia office. 15tl6 itiiil) TRUCK WoSY WWlHTcABf5r cats for $S5; Marsh-Allen Co. 16tf REO" FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAB for sale ; alto 2-year-old Morgan colt ; in quire at 688Noi-th Miiin street. 18tl2 FOR SALE One Jfiis'SulekT best condition. all new tires, price $1,260; 1 new Ford touring car, self-starter, been run 800 milts, roristCTed, $650 ; 1 Ford car, suitable for truck, $225 ; R. C. Farrington, Waldon Hi iirhts. Vt. 13t3 FOR SALE Household goods, consisting sf dressers, chiffoniers, sideboards, round ta bles, center tabics, chairs, rockers, 8-piece par lor act, wardrobe, couches iron beds, cpnnKS, etc.: also junker stove with hot water front; A brum Fine. 46 Maple avenue. 12t8 F6R SALE By" gal." "or bbl., BLACKDIA ' MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, fire and sunproof; 800 lbs. to bbli ; I am ready to paint or, repair your roofs ; E. L. Densmore, 1 Pleasant street 12t' FOR SALE Overland" roadster, model 'if. recently overhauled, price $440. now St Bnckligr Garage, Groton ; address H. H. Roy, Barnet, Vt. 6tl iFOR SALE Eddy sugar place, about 80 acres, sugarnouse guxu, new iron roor, nia sap buckets, Kier arch and evaporator, galh. nucKea, Kier arch ana evaporator, gats. eri" ""i Jnd Tu"' ei!f ari,?'S'off.,Bn"n" 1 and arch. dry wood in the shed : all for $700; " . T r; , -7, i P"ra. B,V? ' . would cost more than the pay 25c a pound for the , sugsr year; Israel Jewett, sgant ,nrHl.fi!H Vt i umTlu u 296t7lf j CADILLAC 1918 five-passenger touring car for sole. Inquire Harold Fitts, Tel. 80, Barre. vxitf FOR SALE Nice. 66fi-M Bsrre. dry hard wood ; 243tf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE -One cow. tested ; also refrigera- tor: John Silva, 28 River street Barre-. i80tf AS HAVE NO USE for or 2-yrold registered Guernsey bull until next winter, we hsve decided to sell him : he is s fine in dividual snd safe, sure, and rieht every way ; if you want a good one at almost beef price, let. us hear form you: also 3 extra nice Kolsle-in bull calves, from our 8 very brat cow : you can buy them "dirt cheap"!; A. T. j?mlth A Son. tel. 604-M. lltf FINE" SIIOATS FOR "SALE At" the Fair"- mont Farm. Eest Montpelier, H. E. Miles. N. BL telephone 882-2. 10tf FOR SALE New Zeaisnd rabbits, fullw pedigreed call at SO Academy rtreet. Itf fflR SALE Two lired registered" Berkshire sows ; ak o 8 new milch Jersey ws, tu berculin tested; John F. Benjamin, Jr.. tel. 10S-R. 299tf HORSES ANDVEHICLES - l"1". J"? "t"u..it.vJt D . ' f . . ,- ' ,',,- F(jR SALETr pair of wrkorTeigh: Insr 1.100 fb. each; also double harnesses: Worthen Button. Barre. tel. 327-W. 13t6 HEAVY WORK HORSE FOR SALE -Sound j in every way ; H. B. Washburn. Washing ton. Vt, Ut BAY MARE FOR SALE LS'OO lb.. 7-yrs old. kind and fearless; portable aaw-mlll wnntcd; F. E. Downing, 22 Clitf street, tel. 144-W. 804t! Genuine Watertown CONCORDS , nneiy nnisnea ana, inmmeU, VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. w. r. rnr.TON, 84 STATK STREET, Manaecr MONTPELIER MANURE BUGGIES 1 If you want a cheap Spreader, don't buy a John Deere; it isn't that kind. 2 If you don't care what you get just any old Spreader don't buy a J3hn Deere. 3 -If. when looking over Spreaders, you can . see no difference between th John Deere and the old style, ordinary type of Spreader, doa't buy John Deere. 4 If you don't care how hard it haul, don't buy John Deere. 6 If you want a Spreader covered with chains snd sprockets don't buy a John Deere. If you want a Spreader with two-thirds of its weight on the rear axle, and the front md twitching and wobbling, don't buy a John Deer. 7 If you want a really, truly, honest-to-roodness Manure Buggy, one thst won't bresk you. a pair of horses or the Ten Commandments then get in your order for the good, old John Deere, The early bird gits the roods. MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Tel. 140 Orsnge County Telephon S. WHEN YOU BUY A TLOW OR HARROW, you wsnt it to do the work expected of a first-class, modern machine. You know you have to pay what seems like a large price, whatever you get. i,"" t-A Z VZ. Tv.ht . ru, however, you buy carefully a standard, fully guaranteed machine, you know that jour purchase must make good. IT SIMPLY HAS TO. There it no other way. W want to show you just such a line of Plows and Harrow from the oldest plowmakers in America a line -that has riven satisfaction for over a century. THEY MAKE GOOD. SO WILL YOU wi'h one of our Tlows or Hsrrows. COME AND SEE, MARSH-ALLEN CO.- . N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Telephon STUDEBAKER STUDFRAKFR FARM TRUCKS 8TUDFBAKER FARM WAGONS STTTir V S.KFR EXPRESS AND DELIVERY WAOONS STliDEBAKF.R CONCORDS AND TOPS - It is certainly a comfort in the "parlous'" times of buying poor roods st high price to know that "Studt-bskers lsst lifetime." marsiiTallen CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orangs County Telephon MISCELLANEOUS J. C. 1-K.MM.r., nut r, ir.it Ari PAPF.R-HANGEK ISO South Main street. tel. 80-W. litt DANCING LESSONS Ballroom, privets-; childrcn'a claae Wednesday and Satur day; tel. 18-U or rail I't No. Main atreet. J8tf AI L WASHINGS WH.L'aDVANCE" J en April 1 : ail wor lor women sn wr -i5 ... r.v - M-vnr cir.vivc I am n.ci. i . ....... PRESSING. REPAIRING AND DYEING for th spring and summer H GOODMAN 14 Merchant Street, Barre voTIt E Save trade mirk from Babbitt j V,hit Nitha Sos. Bshhitt IT:. Bsb , bin's Lye, Acm t hlorated I.ime, Bahbttl riMMrr: bnns your trsne n- r , u j mrx- tout t"i oflice. nd grt usctul pmrium. tvvn. f-FSTRTNG M .N WITH IiORSJS . . ,k( hsuiing sshes or rr- tnirr nt r)wrm up sround. esll on E. Drro. tell. 4S Scuth Mali atrswt, or toephon Wiil Z:.-- u POULTRY AND EGGS FOR S4LE-One CrpHcT inculatar snd I hm-fr in A-l crmi;lw-n. 1 cwott ; t.i 1S4-M .ftir S p. m. ; Ja. F. Curtis. 1M S-uth Msin i;vct. 13t W HITE ROCK SETTING FG(.. : aiso White i 1-heorn s.:tirjr ow both frnm aadsrd strs ns ; oiV-r r ; F. R. Chase, 2 H.gh .iml, larr litf BAREED PLYMOUTH RK K Etf.S fOR Lfc -w tar r str,s : Alevsixf? toctr !in street, let. i2T-t ttii f UU kS AND E'".S FOR SAt: Froea sir 1 ' ffr ym at v rar m wt v m mr. fV. rmnnrA 'vrTt ana r u a f.nTtX f vj trma, rr tm sr- A a. . . 1 sV M. t.