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THE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Section!. I The Meihnrfiat and Congregational churches ami the Lnwrenen Memoriul I library in Bristol have each received a chrok'for $728.04, from the W. A. Law rence, estate. Only four rasp of intoxication were (' tried in Bin-lington city court for the i first three month of the year and three of these were tried in January. There were no arrests in February and only one in .March, Over $3,150 has been rained in Bnr linpton for the Near Kant drive. None tof the money raised for that purpose dm-Frig the year by organizations is in cluded in th'at amount. Including that, , it '. would reach about. 11,000 Miss Florence M. Thorn of Newark, NY J., has been engaged as pastor's assistant for the Baptist church in Brattlcboro. Miss Thorn has been tak jjing a course to fit herself for euoh 'work and ha also had extensive ex ; periencc. The South Vernon hotel, which has been closed for a number of years, is to be opened and used as an old peo ple's home. A Boston company con nected with the Advent church has bought the property and has named it the Vernon Advent Christian home. It Will be primarily for ministers, their wives, missionaries and others of. the Advent faith. Three-year-old Grace Aunchman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Aunch man of Salisbury, was badly burned a few days ago while playing with matches. When found, her clothing was on fire and although it was -soon extinguished by her mother, the skin came off her right shoulder and half way to her knee and her neck, face and hips were also burned. She will recover. ' The net income for the past six months from the Bennington water system was $10,712.03, the best half year since the system was given to the village by the late Henry W. Futnam of Wan Diego, Cal., in 1913. Since it has been owned by the village it has earned for the hospital association MOO,!I15.50, the net income going to that institution by the provisions of Mr. Futnam New Plan for Windsor County Y. M. C. A. Summer Camp. At a recent meeting of the Windsor oounty Y. M. C. A. committee, the own ers of Camp B:Ilingsl the summer camp for boys and girls, it was decided to lengthen the season for buiih sections of the camp, the girls' period open ing on July 1 and closing July 31, run ning a full month or 31 days, and the bo)'s' section beginning on Aug. 2 and continuing through until Sept. 1, or 31 days. Now improvements and additions to the property are pUnned for which will add much to the already well equipped site. A junior and senior (.na tion will be conducts during both period the ooming season for the first time and owing to the limited number that can be accommodated, applica tions will be accepted (provided all reg ulations are- complied with) in order of their arrival at the county 1. M. C A. office after April 15, Any boy or girl of good character is welcome and will receive an illustrated folder and an application blank on rommunicating with St-"retary A. C. llurd vt White Kiver Junction. Camp Billings is not conducted lor profit; instead the aim is to provide well conducted summer place for young peo ple of limited means. WAS STABBED IN THE- ARM. Frank Krischker of Burlington Injured By a U. S. Soldier. Burlington, April 8. Frank Krisch ker of 120 North avenue, a former ex ervice man who was overseas with the A. E. F. and was wounded four times, was stabbed in the left arm below the nhouMer Haturday niht about 10:30 o'clock by an unknown soldier from Fort Ethan Allen, nnr the corner of North street and North Winooski ave nne. It is ;d thst Krichker had been ilrinking and was under the influence if liqtror when he encoun-'.ered the sol dier, wlto was accompanied by a girl. It is not known just how the argu ment started, but it has been learned that it concerned the war. It is under rtood tht the soldier struck Kritcbker, who immediately returned the blow. The soldier then drew a knife and after ome gra'ppling, cut a deep gash in Kri-hkpr' arm from the shoulder to the elbow. James Sullivan of North street, who iraa with KrUx-hker at he time, ac fompanied the young man to bis home nd Dr. 5. E. Latour of Elmwood ave iik was summoned about 11:30 and took a number of stitches in the arm. The doctor slated yetferdsy that the r.ound . a bad one but that there sis no danger. The Only Way Out. The Anirr'ksn business world sees in ttr-rrased production the way cut of ii present abnormal price Mtuatiun. md the only way. ro important is this eyarded al a mrans of restoring nor nal condition. th chamber of co ai re n-e of the1 United States will make ts fig-nth annnal meetinp. to le held ,t Atlantic City. April il to 20. an "in Teased pnitliK'tion ronvention." The rhandK-r prips-s in this jtatlier tig of rppreM-ntatie of moro than ,iXI industrial and bu-incss or(.snin ions to get at the rrv rout of waya ,nd means of stimulating the" basic in lustries tf the country to energetic a-titity. Kvrry subjt't tsk n up w ill i diM U"eH! from the fxiint nf iew of ! wtinnal and world ro.lii.tion. ("ori'idersldc m ir rn t ayri- ' iiittirsl prri!iirt i 9. The pernmciil rt . the farmir srt and the .art of j lie tuiii man will be presented.' -abrr in rc'sti-m to prr-dmi ion will' dini-d br one of the leader of , shnr a well a- from the employer's ewr"nt. Ihe NtM.n liuine-. - i Maral FCrt Good. ! -Vlih one of r.kfwre' Ist do .H r-jrard s fcj ms-teri e-e - -t. hr?h.' " rThed Xhr S'tn who i l.j-btly Lt j e. k d -ibp y-i a-e r T.t, but V.'ar lcl " I d "t . t r"T"f up a a hA , r r na a e - d j' lir of p a. I aere;r Vnow 1st af:er eeir.g a per-' orajSB't .f "V j' Hit 1 fx .fe e fl p't'e. st.J ' i m' in t,.d I a ie-!.e- - r. rn; r' sa A;-e-" Un'ii. CLAIMS WIFE BEAT HIM. Ira H. Mather of Brattlcboro Seeks Di vorceand So Does She. Brattlcboro, April 0. Ira H. Mather of Bra.ttleboro has filed in the county clerk's office a petition for divorce from Kdith (Squires) Mather, nd the lat ter has filed a counter petition against her husband. Kach asks far the custo dy of a minor daughter. In his petition Mr. Mather says they were married Feb. 27, 1907, and lived in Guilford and Brattlcboro until March 30, 1920. Ho alleges a statutory offense and adds that his wife "did also on divers occasions and times pound, beat and bruise the libellant herein." His wife, Edith P. Mather, alleges wilful desertion, intolerable severity, and since Jan. 11, 1914, neglect and re fusal to support. IShe says she is with out means and is obliged to work days and part of the time nig'hti to supply needed food and raiment. Mrs. Mather further says "that on March 31 Mr. Mather took their daugh ter clandestinely and placed her in the custody of his sister, Mrs. Lottie Hop kins of Brattlcboro, against the child's wishes and is keeping her there. She says that on the same day she re quested Mrs.. Hopkins to allow the child to go home, but that Mrs. Hop kins refused, claiming ito have been in structed by Mr. Mather to keep the child from her mother. Mrs. . Mafilier asks the court to give her the temporary custody of the girl pending the proceedings, and thai Mr. Mather be restrained from interfering with the mother's custody of the child. A hearing on the question of temporary custody probably will, be held. Fred L. Carpenter of Brattlcboro has filed a petition for divorce from Ida (Dickerson) Carpenter on statutory grounds. He says they were married May 4, 1895, in West port, N. H., the bride's home then being in West Swan zey and that they lived together until March 1, 1920. Ten children were born to them, five of whom are minors, whose custody he seeks. By order of Judge Harrie B. Chase, Mrs,. Carpenter is restrained from interfering with her husband in his care and custody of the minor children. ORANGE COUNTY FARM BUREAU Notts for Week Ending April 3. A few calls for farm account books have come in this week from those whose account year begins April 1 There is an ample supply of these books at the farm bureau office and there is no better time to start one than richt now. The farmer who keeps an account of his farm business need have no worries when the income tax man appears. There is nothing eo convincing as the actual figures of a record. Over 100 Orange county farm ers have purchased account books for the year 1920. Are you one? At a meeting of "the farm bureau executive committee on Tuesday tven- ing the most important matter of busi ikss was the resignation of Miss Uut ton as home demonstration agent, which was accepted by the committee. The resignation takes effect May 1. Miss Dutton has been the home demon stration agent in this county since the first of October, 1917, and was at that time one of the pioneers in the work in the state, being preceded only a few days by the home demonstration agent in Addison county, who was the first one in the state. The farm bureau be lieves the work that has been accom plished by the borne economics depart ment has been far reaching in its ef fects and results and has Tendered real service to the county. Miss Dutton Quick Action Corn Cure "Geti-If Stops Pain Instanfly and Corn Soon Lift Right Off. A few drops of "Get-H" quenches psina like water quenches fire. Give eorn you immediate relief. "Oats-It reel It Th eorn begin to lose it grip at anea. In a day or two it is so lome that you ran lift it off, root and all, "twist thumb and fnnr. That the Ut of it. as mil lion have found out It is the simple, ef fective and com men Time way to be rid of corns, "(ts-It." th never-failing, guaranteed, wvwny-Hark rem nm.v-r. cnts but a trifle at any drug tore. M'f d by E. Law renoe Three of a Kind One 1919 Indian electric equipped, guaranteed in per fect running; order, $275 ca.h, 10 per cent additional if sold on time. One 1916 Indian $173 cash. One 1916 Indian $200 cah. new com plete motor. Come in and look them over. A. M. FLANDERS tcj 5. Mi-.a St. (Cojrrrlrtiit leaves the work to enter a business venture with her Bister in operating a tea house at Caspiau lake in Greens boro. Naturally enough, the question arises wneiner urange county will have an other home demonstration agent or not. .No one can answer that question but the interested people in the county. Under the conditions now as regards the funds available from state and fed eral sources the county must provide for at least $000 to promote the work. With the lowest possible estimates the work cannot continue and a new home demonstration agent engaged with a membership in the home economics de partment of the farm bureau of less than 300. Who is to get the 300 mem bership? We believe everyone should help. Recipe for the week. Baked Eggs with Ham Into one cup of thick white sauce stir one cup of finely minced ham. Add a little pepper and salt if needed. Heap this in the center of a hot platter. Heat and butter six small earthen cups, break an egg into each and bake in a pan of hot water iintil the egg is firm. Slip them out of the cups around the meat. F. Mildred Dutton, Home Dem. Agt. II. A. Dwinell, County Agent. THE SPRINGTIME TONIC For Nervous, Weak Men and Women Is CADOMENE TABLETS Sold by All Druggists. Adv. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. SURGEON Howland Building, Room 18. 'Phone OS-W. BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR KELtAPLE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, VICTROLAS, RONORAS, RECORDS AND SHEET MUSIC Leave your orders her for Piano Tuning Telephone 369-W, Barre. Vt Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW UP-TO-DATE EASY RIDING Calls fronj a distance at reasonable rates A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre The Only Auto Ambulance in the City DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Oflica In Room 85. Miles Building Telephone1 Connection OFFICE HOURS : a.m to 12 m. and 1 :S0 to 4 p.m. Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS : to 12. 1 to S. 7 to 8 Telephone 102-W SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION We are now ready to aerve both old and new customer with a high grade of Jewelry. Repair work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, th? Jeweler 24 ELM STREET SOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN Do You Want a Good Job in a Good Town ? . Answer Quick. We have here many new, clean modern rents at rea sonable rates, which will be gone shortly. If you want to secure permanent employment in one of the best factories and live in one of the best small cities in the country, set in touch with us at once. Immediate ac tion is necessary, as these rents we have will be snapped up quickly. Write to the Employment Bureau, New Departure Mfg. Co., Bristol, Conn. WANTED SHIPYARD WORKERS Unskilled aMe-boclied men are paid $.53 per hour and upwards at the start. Interesting and steady emr'oyment. We can ue expe rienced rteel .hip builders cf any craft. Nincty-eijrht per cent of our riveting is on piece work. Call at the Enr.ploymer.t Hureau, THE ATLANTIC CORIVRATION. ToninKUth. N. H. Incentive HOW MUCH ARE TflEV foPAV ? COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF MARY W. RICHARDSON The understjrned, having been appointed by th honorable probate court for the dis trict of Randolph, commissioners, to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands of all persona against the estate of Mary W. Richardson, late of Williamatown, in said district, deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby Rive notice that we will meet for the purj:?e aforeeaid. at the town clerk's office In the town of Wllllams town, in said district, on the 12th day of May and 27th day of Aug-ust next, from 10 o'clock a. m. until o'clock p. tn., on each of said days, and that six month from the Jttanury. A. D. 1M0. fa th, time limited bv laid court for said creditor to present their claims to ua for examina tion and allowance. Dated at Willianutown, this 16th 4ajr of March. A. D. 19Z0. glen a. McAllister. A. M. GOODRICH, Commissioners. MarSOAprS-13 ESTATE OF DO SATO FRAIVOLI State of Vermont, District of Washington, . The honorable probate court for th dis trict aforesaid, to all iron interested in ttm a-t-t rA TVt.tn I'ntunli I - ,a nf K town of Barre. in said dietr'ict, deceased, GRFETn.'G- WHEREAS, said court hi! assigned the 9th day of April next for examining and allowing the account of the admlni.tr. tor of the estate of said deceased and for a deoree ox the residue of said estate to th law ful claimants of the same and ordered that fmhlic notice thereof be given to ell persons ntereated in said estate by publishing this order, three week successive! previous to the day assigned in the Barre Dally Tunes, a newapSper published at the city ot Barre. In said district . THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probata office in Mfitpelier, in said district on the day assigned, then and there to contest th allowance of said ac count if yon see cause;, and to establish yfitr right as heirs, legatees and1 lawful claimants to said residue Given under my hand, this 22-d day of March, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Mar23-30Apr6 , HEININGER DENTIST Office Hour :( to 12, 1 to I and ( :S0 t T :8 1 . Kf-HnrrpH Tnotr-nmonto Psnotrn ; REHAIRING BOWS A SPECIALTY JAMES NICOL 81 Maple Avenu Telephone 871-W PIANO TUNING Five yrs Everett Piano Factory Two years Hallett Davis Tiano Kartory One year f'V-.. -ing Wareroom Five year Clark A McMaster B. ARTHUR REED Tel. 7S-M Bo US, Montpelier. Vt sheave order at nailers Music Kooma. ' Bsr wi. jb-w , HOWARD ILREID.D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 169-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors to 10 a m.. Tuesday, Wednesday. Friday and Saturday; SO to t p. m.. Monday, Wednesday. Thursday and Friday ; 2 to 1 p. m.. Tuday and Thursday. Montnelier Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. l:o to J? a. m : Monday. WedaAday and Friday. 1 to 6 p. m, ROOM S, CURRIER BLK., Bare Tel M2-W PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS' Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalm'crs Depot Sq, Parr Trl. connection, 4?-W i . 1 v S a (HOW ) (huhT) ILL RAUE. MY OWN -I ' Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Want. Lot and Found. For Sale, To Let. etc. ehort adver tisementsat the rate of three linea To twenty-live cents for the first insertion ana Ova cent for each ubequent insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE COTTAGE liOUSK of 6 rooms at 38 Center street for sale; all in good condition : extra lot with Howe, cement cellar floor; will sell reasonably ; John Vicari. 8 Center street. lilt6 SIX-ROOM cottage'home for "sale Leaving town ; all hardwood floors down- atairs ; gantry and bathroom ; electric lights, hot and cold water, hot-air furnace, storm wtndcws for all over house; large lot, lOOx SIS ft. ; S young aiple trees, also uhade tre : apply R. Gord.n. 122 Orange street. 1H16 rOK SALE Double tenement house on up per Hill street; spring water, good-sised garden; cash price 11,900 if sold at once; Mertha Edwards, 27 Camp street, 'phone 454-M IlBrre. Vt 17tf FOR SALE One of the most convenient and t-luisanliy located homta in Randolph, Vt., with all modem improvements, bam, wood- !cd. henhouse, workshop and garden : Joseph ( Hamilton, 15 So. Pleasant street, Randolph, Vt. 17t24 FOR SALE Cottage at Lake Groton. torn- nletety furnished and in good condition : good apring water, double boathouse with 2 lots ; one of best locations on lake : address R. M. Culling. YinfeA, Vt 14t FOR SAi.E--Two-Wry, 2-tenrcnt house, with good barn and cellar "ider house and bam, all in good repair; each tenement haa ( rooms, electric light and bath ; plenty of garden for both tenement ; the barn could, for a small amount of money, be mad into a a-room tenement: this is good property to buy fo. home or investment : sit uated at 14 Clark etreet: price right: tele phone 5S-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland buildir.g : Elwln L. Scott. 8tf FOR SALE Six-room cottage" home with panti-y and woodshed : modern conven ience : including entra lot henhouse and barn or grag; handy to south end gramt plants: price right; apply to Alexander Milne. 14 Nichol street tf I'OR SALE My home place on Trow hill, known as John R. Mead -:are: f"r fur ther particulai inquire of Mrs. Jobs K. M-saiJ. tlorra. tlf FOR SALE On Montpelier road, 2rsiss from Barre, 8-room house, modern im- provvments ; large piaxsa with vines on S S'dfs ; barn and henhouse and about 2 acres of good land : will sell at a reneonshla price J - . . i . . , r t, . . 1 inn irr ina i af-Birtra : Mrs. n. B. Junes, in. 217-X after p. m. 04lf FOR SALE A 2-tenemeot hous on 1 Web- I ter street; first-clas property In right i location ; apply to James W. Gauld, 4 Orange street. seiu THREE' HOUSES" FOR-SALEto close out an Mate: th S houses are located on the rortherly side of Hall streets, number 10, 71. and 24: will be sold for the htet ob tainable rash price; S. HollisWr Jackson, administrator. . 269tf ESTATE OF JOHN BROWN Stte of Venront. f)itrict of Washington. . Th hnnnrnhie prolate court for the dt- i trict aforesaid, to all persons interested in ih. f i.j, i.t. f ,k- irf tisrre. in said district deceased. GREET ING: WHEREAS, said court haa assigned th th day if April next fnr examining and allowing the account of the administra tor of the estate of aaid demised and for a dirre of the residue of said eatate to. the lawful elaimanta of the same, and ordered that rublir notice therwif be given to all per son interested in said eetate by publishing thi order three weak successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Tims, a newspaper published at th city f liarrr In sid district THKRFTFORE. you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Monipr-iier. in ssld clbtiirt on the day assien-'d. thT. and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to eausblish your right as heir, legs tees and lawful elaimanta to said reaidu. Given under any hand, thi 22d day of March, 192v. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. MartJ-SOApr rETNA-AUTO Combination Insurance with apents in every city (Ji'ea atitnmohile owners complete prut ex-turn ajraint-t Io-s Ly: I.IAim.ITV f.r TerMinal Injuries MAPI MTV for Damajre to Property (t)LMMOX Iatnape to Automtibile FIRK, I.ijjfit ninr. Kjliun, Water iHimse THKKT, t yclone, Tumado, Transp.,rtatiin LOSS Of K f Auto .iurinp air J. W. DILLOX, Agent Thntie 31 H Jtarre, Vermont . ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS We Caaraa!e Life Leases, t v- t n. we tar 1 -r 1. fv t -,e e . t ,f t -f-r 1,'e V,-' , i n T I.t tur Nt;--ra! K..'c Irs 1 . i V j-..! . s B",.srL pmu! - n!, i: a ' M r j- : ct, U FARMS FOR SALE 'OR SALE A nice desirable farm, Rood buildings; 1 mile from E. Hardwick vil - isxe; win sen on easy term or would rent n v if.Tn 31 ir.' tola N ,h a r.mn . A XI w I 1, 1.' VERMONT MONEY-MAKING FARMS, all 'Italian ; must bo ' capable workman and bUps, all prices ; write for list,' stating- should have some experience In soliciting or sizn wanted; Chauase & Robijlard, Burlinir-1 willinif to hrn; good territory Hnd fine eli te". Vt. no i mate, in California ; address "K. B.," this VERY DESIRABLE t8-ACRE" vil,I,Af!E office. 19t6 rAKM at a bargain; near everything s full pnrticulara ; F. H. Stearna, Bouth Roy niton. Vt lutl2 FA KM FOB SALE 240 acres, one of the best farms In Waehinicton Co., situated hi East Montpelier, 2 milra from P. O., mill and creamery, 4 mile from Montpeleir and 4 miles from Barre; for further particulars ddreaa J. L. Buck, Eut Montpelier, Vt. , , 299tf FOR SALE Farm, 180 acres. Just mile from city, with atork, and tools if wanted ; rea son for acllina, poor health; tel. 479-W; Amos A. Hall. 289tf MARCH IS THE MONTH TO BUY REAL ESTATE Any one at all familiar with real estate activity will tell you that almost invariably prices are lower at this time of year. The Bavinvrs in some eases amounting to eeveral hundred dollar. It is certainly worth your while to look around. You will Bee a de cided advance very soon. Steam heated home with all modern con veniences, enamelled plumbing, lixhta, etc. Six room, wide veranda on two side ; large parcel of land, about three ordinary lota. Located six or seven minutes' -walk from the post office, on good street. A fine place to live. Price 12800. No. 1409. Buy a real bomcy place and be your own boss, with a big garden, a hone, a cow and a lot of land. Four acres of land In the city, only about three fourth mile from the poet office on good road ; nice nine room house, with bath, toilet : three tall barn with large carriage house; plenty of shed room ; good hen house with yard for AO hens. The place for a man wanting to do a little work on land and work in the sheds. Only a few minutes walk from th largest granite plants in the city. The price, J2700 takes this property together with plow, harrow, two horse wagon, lot of garden tools. For $2500 you can own this attractive home. Two acrea of land, splendid garden, nine apple trees bearing, 650 strawberry plants. 21 currant bushes, grapevine, and other small fruit. Six room cottage, two good hen houses; the house is finished in hsrdwood and has snm hardwood floors: bath, electric lights, etc. Two Two minute to school and six minutes to the carline; nice veranda on front and one side. This is a dandy home and is being ottered on account of ill health of owner. Lot us how you. AN ATTRACTIVE PROPERTY FOR HOME OR INVESTMENT Just off Wash, invton street near Svaulding school ; hous contains 10 rooms and arranged for Z fam ilies ; bay windows, 2 verandas, spring wa ter, gss. hot and cold water, etc. ; will rent for $32.09 per month ; on-ner Is making a change and will sell fo rf3.000.00 ; look this over it will interest you. These illustrate some of the bsrgains w hav to offer. Call in and talk it over. You will like to put your key in your own tioor. Fire the landlord this month. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY - How land Building, Barre. Vermont LOOK ! Read This: A 8-ROOM COTTAGE HOUSE FOR RALE Bath, electric light, cemented cellar, i piairiui, all finished in natural wood, with a nice garage, henhouse, nice lawn, with a garden, strawberry bed, large lot on a good street for 12,800; or would trad for a mall farm. lll-D A 90-ACRE FARM Just put en the market on account of the owner making a change n buainuw: is located 1 mile from a good village, creamery aim graded schools, on a good main road ; this farm lays good and is in a high state of cultivation; plenty of wood, nice fruit orchard, with a good patch of blackbrrrim ; never-failing water at th house and bam ; plenty of bam room, etra good ailo : a good house. And wish thia farm the owner would sell stock, which consists of 21 head of cattle, mostly cowe ; and also all the tools; and if this was sold in a short time would include 8 fat hogs. Thia farm is located within a very easy drive of Uarre. Tbe price ia right FOR FURTHER INFORMATION RE CARPING THESE PROPERTIES AND A LARGE LIST OF OTHERS. INQUIRE OF J. J. DASHNER . REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Bid Brre Tel. 870 FARMS FOR SALE 40-AC RE FARM in Marshneld. ml from poetoffice on Caliot road ; location one ef the beat: a large IS story house, 10 rooms, all in fine shape ; verandas both sidr. tele phone and share of stock ; 80-ft. barn with ta.-erm nt, built 8 yrs. ago; running water to house and ham ; garage, henhouse and toolhnuae; buildings ail paintai ; land lays warm: smooth, machine-mowing fields, good pastor, quite a quantity of timber and wood ; a nice home for someone. 7.VACRK FARM in South Cabot villatr. r buildinu. all In flnt ohaiw, aJI painted; nirWy flnihM roonw in house; wict veran da in front; barn 45x40 with baaemrnt and drop bay ; running watrr to hme and bam ; hfnhmm and tiothotui; prtwxl appla r chrd: 25 arrm timberlantl, 200 nuftar trtva aith biwkt?f and pan: land lay nice: A mi. tn t K K. nUtUon. Manhfield. Waldn and WPt Ianvil1a; within 40 rtd of arhnol ; a uplrndid location and price ritrht ; will dl ith or witihout ttork and tooia. 140-ACRE FARM In MarthfKld,. 1 S mi. from liieftic? : 2-ntory hounfs In irnnd hap ; rood bi barn junt rw-titiy built vrr ; u4ipp4Nt with littarr carrier and horn fork ; hci room and tnoIhouMi, larve htFnhou, ninmnfr water to noua and bam: larr ap ple orchanl, ttra imnrth nrlayfnr tirUi ; nU-ntv nt rslurine tiim mhl kind: ret kind jnatnl !iw M. ft. of lumUr and a lot of ' wooti: tnia lsrm will run in eosm ana wis an J can easily be made to do more : someone ouitht to act inurosted in Uil. deal quick when they era it and nni out the price. A nOVPI-E-TENEMENT HOfSB Parn. hed and hiacksmith shop in Msrshfield villaae. buildfne all in fine hape. all iaint rd. lanre roomy shop, os-shoeina frame en siiie of shop, plenty of work for two men the year around and in a a-wnl payina com munity, and is aoin to be sold ; anyone wwhina for property of this kind had better not wait too ion a before getting interested. rrs nir A 4nry plr in Mnrahf)ld villaea on Creamery troet : house, bam and hinhf-use lare enouah tc.r J(i hens ; an acre of the txst cf land : nice ruoma to hoi:e, hanlwood floors, electric liehu. run-J nine wattr and evcrythmr in fine itaniriiias AXD FGfiS FOR fAI.E-Fism sir frr a nice home, and bavinr the misfortune I ,ff losina his wife th property is For 'e at a banrain. 1 FOR SALE - A fine rsidcnr on Main treet I in Mrhnld 1 1 1 mm house and bam and ' asrd, n: opprwite 2 stf res. tnse -o posloence. churrbes and srh! : buijdines in fine lhspe: I .l.ctric hehts. runnina water, hard wood ! nrrs. It pleasant cwim, m larre roomy bars ; all in slsrk shaiw: prir naht. j Trt4- rHTti. hrth farms and viilajr. I ' .ec iJwe.el tn akr' I fts Isaal mnTt. I i A. R. COLC. Art., Manhhrd. VL, -M. 12-t. S.LESiEN WANTED W ANT F.D - SeUnanan for Barre nd icns i;jr ; rrDivi ion contract only, for spa- PHW in: I ' - . w. -'il v . , . ... w . rwc trotectM. thrcs.cn our frr- school 4 intrwctOTi and help row hutM a hsiww .f ytmr e a : Mvw swl-s v-Bd-ii and In- surancr to. aertdrnt and Iwwhh deft-. San-: ...w. Xrhns. caf.tal t.i.W. Apn.-l mm I. i , il,- ..1 ' 'v. JV iT i L . rw" BjT m T -r ! ".-ii.t rw BfSr r:1. - w il K. m l . ai .-'.JlTS Vi itrss oi.tut sis Co j ss w si I r .' "Tr : tri r. HELP WANTED MALE ' WANTED A janitor for ihe ConR-reirationul l church; apply at F. H. Rogers & Co.' store. : . . . -r.:rr .- . ' "ANTED A young- man, American-Italian t preferred. r,f vttnd nddt'.wi. whn fun kim-mIc WlUTVn Trt WTOO . A 1 . - ') - VnH ' . 1 ' ,w -i-hm , c . v . ' ... n prcitarnuon lor cleaning with stock and tools ; E. C. Cro, 1 Boyn- granits and marble monument ; brightena ton street. Barre. 18t6 up the littering and make the whole monu- NO NElD OF LOAFING when you can cut!ment ' c!can ! guaranteed; prices 4-ft. wood for A. Toman! at Berlin Pond'"" application ; James Sullivan, 114 Park at 2.60 per cord; also lumber. 18.00 a M.iB"?et' Barre-Vt 18t6 MONUMENT WOHKq AT KHF-nmiRMF WANTED Two men: on to cut and, ono to letter; pneumatic tools, ttraveling crane, good wage ; address C. W. Wright, 203 E. Main St, Bradford, Fa. j 18ts WANTED Man to drive team; H7L. Doug las, telephone 807-14. Barr. 14t6 WANTED Young single man (Gentile) to travel with manager and solicit! experi ence unnecessary j salary nnd expenses or commission ; write Chaa. Frciek, Gen. Del.. Manchester H. IhWI' WANTED BUcksmitfii to work""ln stona. -..vv. , ,nuui jmy ftng aiauy warn uppir oy letter. Pnon m in person ; Pando Granite .' " . WANTED 3 experienced automobile We - chanics at once: good salary and berma- nent position to the right men ; apply at Palace Garage. Barre, Vt. I8tf WANTED At Fletcher quarry, Woodbury. Vt. ; open shop quarry from Mar. 1, 1920: wanted now, 2 eompltite derrick crews ; I have a general store and furnish goods .. ... ...j .,ftvr Mvro,ir,m ana reservoir, Buganng-off nan houses rent at $8.90 to $10.00 per month : Tend arch, dry wood in the shed ; all for $700 surface quarry and good machinery; write the toors alone would cost more then the for more information and state your expert-1 prir asked; I will pay 28c a pound for th met in a graniUi or marble Quarry: will j sugar 'this year; Israel Jewett, aeent hire a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher , Marshneld. Vt is7 Woodbury. Vt Uti CAlVlfrOr loTITr irs WANTED Lumper to follow th hook tlejohn. Odgers & Milne. Lit. 7tf WANTED A full gang of experienced saw mill help within the next 2 week: good pay and not much to do: no one need apply unless wanting a steady job ; for f urth-r par ticulars, call on or write C. H. Utley. Marehfteld. Vt. . 7tf WANTED A good man to "banker for gran Ite cutter ; steady job ; the Fisk Bros. Co., 4016 Spring Grove avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. K62tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED A middle-aged woman for house keeper by a widower on a farm: 1 child: J. F. Rogers, R. F. D. 1, box 67, South Royalton, JVt. 8t WANTED A domeaite nurse; 2 in the fam ily 1 at 10 Centraljitreet, Barre, Vt18t4 WANTED A girl or woman for genera) housework ; apply SO Prospect street tel. VBl-M. 17t6 WANTED A waitress ; Hale's Tavern, Wells River. Vt '": WANTED Good plain cook ; small house ; good pay; Park Inn, Northfleld, Vt. 14t6 WANTED Chambermaid and laundresses ; W. F. Davis. Waterbury Inn. Waterbury. Vt , 13ti WANTED A middie-ageT woman for jrn crat hmiarwork ; itate wAgea ; address Mrs. Cuiln Martin, Windsor, Vt. Utt WANTEDA MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO WORK IN THF. KITCHEN AT BARRE CITY HOSPITAL; WOULD CONSIDER GIRL: APPLY TO THE SUPERINTENDENT. Iltf WANTED A housekeeper for a gentleman under 40 years of age; light work; Box 241. Springfield. Vt. Ulii WANTED Girl or middle-aged lady for"gen eral housework: apply to Mr. Revere, lH South Main treet tel. 17-4. 2tf WANTED A girl or woman for general housework : good wages : permanent posi tion ; telenhone Montpelier 129-4, Mr. D. M. Buck. Middlesex. Vt 801tf WANTED Waitresses; Waterbury Inn, Ws ttrbtiry.Vt 27tf WANTED An experienced cook; Millers Inn. Montpelier.V't I91tf WXNT:D Pupil r iir"e nd "attrndan's" at the Taunton State Hospital : wagta 8S.0 per month with maintenance: for particulars ,Jdres Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt, Taunton State Hoepltal, Taunton. Mas. 264tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP MAN OR WOMAN with'experience wanted to opemte linotype; permanent position with wages arconling to experience: 52-hr. week wifh Saturday afternoons off : good liv ing conditions in town of S.lWiO; the Courier Printing Co.. Littleton, N. H. 17t3 WANTED A man" for farm work, wife to ie!n in house: Mrs. C. H. Pitkin, tel 2i'-M. . tf HELP WANTED Young men snd women to taka positions as attendants at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Water bury ; to those who desire, an opportunity of fered to attend sunes' tranling course ; ap ply at hospital. Wstei-birr. Vt lt HOUSES TO RENT UPSTAIRS TENEMENT cM room to rent at 8 Foster etreet: Mrs. Elisabeth Bube. S Highland avenue, tel. tJ4-R. 12tf TO RENT 6-room eottaee, clorrric jitrhts, furnace heat, at 82 Brook street; Mrs. Elisabeth Butrbee. S Highland avenue, trl. 324-R. lTtf TO RENT 5-room tenement, 14 Ciark street, with tlectric liifhts. bth, pantry, barn privilege and :ood -mrden ; tvler-hona 6S-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland buildinv: Elwin L. Scott. lTtf FOR RENT A rood 7-room eottsure house, sprinp water, bath : Batchclder street : H. W. Scott. Bolster block. 14tf FOR RENT- On 4-room tenement; apniy at 24 Liberty etreet, tel. SM-M. Stf TO RENT -Seven room rotUif : inquire ef Arthur Cole. MSeminary street. tf TO RENT Three small tenement "at" 405 North Msin street, known as the t,eor-e Parks house; have been thoroughly re-, finished snd eonnectel with ess and e'ec- tricity. Apply to A. M. Batchclder, 2S Fair view street Tel. 40-M. tf TO RENT tenement, 4 room; -od ord": No. I Smith place. Maple avenue: Sm'th Brothers. Stf TENEMENTS TO RENT One rooms, one t rooms: Mrs. J. T. Callasrhan. 44 Ps'V street, tel. 174-W tf TENEMENTS TO RENT All mlvlern : "also place for a car: inquire of Mrs James Ahem. 41 Eastern avenue. Jel. i't -W SOTtf SIX-ROOM COTTAGE TO RENT -On Ellis ton street; isree rarden and lot thst ran be used for rnrden : inouir of Mrs. Eugenia Craneer, 1 Marie Orove atreH, or Jeanne C.ranrcr. Tilden's Shoe Store. ftf OTTAl,:. nut st. ii ttr- i tin vi-m street : G. L. Woodwortn, Eastman tilnck 2;tf rOULTRV AND EGGS FOR SALE- One Cyphers inrulator snd brooder in A-l condition, used t season ; til. 2M-M after & p. m-; Jaa. K. Curtis. 1M S-ulh Main street I0t WHITE ROCK SETTING EGGS ; a 1m White Lchaorn settina eav. both from standard strain: order now; F. K. Chase, t Hirh atrrtl. Parre. U'rf BAKKri 1'i.ijiui-iii r ti.i.a tvn SALE -Good layinc strain: Alexander Rennie, 1 00 Smith Main street, tel. i-S-Y. t J mB(t w.ite Wrandottea ; "Reds tSntsre Rrf." .d lay all the year; esrss. I1.u0 --r ini. II &0 for 1J: chicks after April Imh. (lis on per K0; will take es-a and hatch' f((r TOU v ,h in my new Mammoth 1 j -i,;,k i.m, t,.,.i,M I ,tr,nr thicks: terms, (A pr cent with r- :rt,r. p y Atheiton. teL 2i-i. WateHmry. . t ' -t5.' ' j MISCELLANEOUS NOT I K - H any My hmj'd knt mhm I isam KwrnuastTi itt-th r. . j:fTTiT'!;4tr i. or 1 ha? hf-!J thw hrr,Hf, rpr K. Ramieen. 1M8" J. . rxilx.E. HOUSE PAINTER AN! PAPFK-HANl.ER -leW South Msin strwt 1 ,e -W. UC DANClNt; "LESSONS Hall-mm. rrn: ; chiidrer's r mms Helnilsf snd Fatur- r . . , , v- o.j ; in ""-" " ' " ';: . .. .. i AM READY TO IK YOU CI EAN'NG. PEESSiNf;. REPAIRING AND DYEING I .mn-r n ! H OOODwAN I sierrtiant NOT V E S. trad. ! Merchant Mrrrt, FsTe I msri- I-ws PsSi;?ti WC!t Japi.- . r.w 'Vtts Lie. Acnta t aio-te4 Inst, RatM 1 sr.t to imrh I era era! oC--e. ard art a uerful tre, j-i wiais. J t w, nk kv tb wy. fcau.iwa wtw s be ee nf P arwMSid. ew:i M E Pev Wl t Mass sire, we sasrpawa i Fare. -. FOR SALE FOR SALE One Ford S-pejisinger cirTIifie model, in irood condition : 1 whitj, hnm l9t6,good all-round home, weight 1,800; 1 nood aii-rouna horse; these aro rood nge und well; old right; E. A, Taft, Randolph Cen, tor, Oransre Co. teL 47B-U. m HAY FOR SALE --Good" quality, where -oii haul 't. muddy or not, 1 mile from Wllliamstawn ; Orange Co. 'phone; H. J. Martin, agent, Willianutown, Vt. 19tf I MAT F A preparation for "cleaning CHENANGO COUNTY, N. Y., FOR SALE t HKA P No better location for buaineas in New York stat ; been located 36 years ; Mrs. M. F. Potter. Sherburne. N. Y. 18t6 FOR SALE Twe-chair barber shopT" low rent and good location; reason for selling, poor health; address "Barber Shop," this f,,,1'' . 15tl6 FORD TRUCK BODY WITH CAB "for sale for$3S: Marsh-AIIcn Co. 16tf REO FIVE-PASSENGER TOI'RING-CAR for sale; also 2-year-old Morgan colt: In ouire at S88 North Main street. 18tl2 S ALEfey sgal. or bbl.. BLACK DIA- i uiliu rti miL kuhijck KOOK PAINT : water. j weather, fire and sunproof ; 800 ttis. to bbl. t ' "m reaiir w paint or repair your roofs: 1 5vJhMn!i .Pl?t street. J2tf FOR SALE Ou.Hnrl J.t. , ii I rrecntly overhauled, price 8440. now t I Beckley Garage. Groton : addrea. H H. P ' 6tl6 FOR SALE Eddy sugar place, about S acre, sugarhouse 80x40, new Iron roof, 815 to sap buckets, Kler arch and evaporator, gath. for sale. - .i-ww,ciigpr wunm car Inquire Harold Fitta, Tel. 60. Bn 281tf .,f?.RSALE Nice, dry hard wood: tel." GfiS-M Bnrre. f43tf LIVE STOCK FOR RALE "i?" JERSKY COWTfbR8ALE: Barre. leaieo; i.. il. Cure Srk ljta FOR SALE- ... , - -.--.. uciii, cow. n yrs. old. due fo fmUn in. . ' une grade Guernsey caw r vm Hutchlns, East Barre. tel! i-M ' 17t3 t?,RrE?TE?Eln HOLSTEIN COWS FOR ers.Washington.Vt 17t FOR SALEOnilSw. tested; also Kfrigeri: tor; John Silva, 23 River street Brr, 280tf AS WE HAVE NO USE for or aTyroM reeisteYH rurn,ey bi.ll until next H-innr, we have decided to sell him: he ia a fine in dividual and safe, sure, and rieht every . . wi, it VOU Wnt a ffnM nnm t .I-,,., 1 price, let us hear forth you: alio 8 extra "" noimein ouu rnivee, rrom our S verv von csn huv thrnn .hM.n" A. T. .?mlth ft. Son, tel. 504-M. Iltf FOR RALE "New" Zea'fsnd "rabbits. fullJ -.!ffT??.?J'Ln .fflAeademyrtrat. Itf FOR SALE -Two "bred registered Bprkshire sows; sl:. . n-w milch Jersey cows, tn. rrr""n F. Benjamin, Jr.. trl, 10 S-R- tmt HORS AND VEHICLES FOR SALE -Oood all-round mre i"2years old, sound in every way, will stand nnv where : rhas. M. Leith, 65 Merchant rtrcet tol. 88?-W. 1St. FEW WORK HORSES FOR SALE Some matched mi: n-ices right; Chris. Mik kelsen. at Fred Willnnll farm, 2 mi. nonh from Bsrre. near city dump. latC TEAM FOR SALE Hors. weigh" f roil" 2.600 to I.S00: tel. Montoelier 847-18; W. J. Boisvert. Est Montpelier 14t6 BAY MARE FOR SALE 1.300 lh. 7-yrT old. kind and foarles ; nortshle saw-mill wanted; F. E. Downing. 22 Cliff street tel. 144-W. jottf Paint It Yourself Withr Our Auto Enamel Anybody can spread it on and be sure of a fine job at small expense. We have Top Dress ing, too. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. AUTOMOBILE DEPARTMENT 84 State Street Montpelier, Vermont Remember Our Harness Drivinpr Harness ... $25 to $3S Farm Harness $85 to $99 Express Harness. ..$35 to $50 Plenty of Collars, too. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Manager 84 State Street Montpelier. Vermont Small Sugar Rigs Just in. a few more 60-71. and 7 5-ra I. Cook era for boiling1 aap. Make sugar now. V ith mo much mow in the wooda, it looks like a lnotr seaaon. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Oranire County Telephon A Few Spring Bargains ONE WAITER A. WOOD MANURE SPREADER , has had 1 seasons use flOO.OO ONE "Ts-- RANDOLPH TL0W, lit- tlo uscrl 17.60 ONE 4-H. P CAS ENGINE, jrood ninnins: order ONE 2S-1N. CIRCULAR SXW J2.B0 ONE 1-H. P. INTERNATIONAL EN GINE, second hsnd ,, one r;oor mud wacon ONE SET NEW 1-INCH DOUBLE FARM HARNESS ONE NEW STUDEBAKER CON CORD in renuine leather ONE NEARLY NEW ONE-HORSE SOD 18.00 4.51 100.00 FARM WAGON S5.o MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Oranire County Telerhone WANTED TO BUY WANTED To buy straw at bam : tei. buy ft-M. MTtl WANTED TO PUY Sccond-hand'furnlto-w. tool and tcA- : innuire O. Smith, SS7 No. Main atreet. tel. 72-M. lStL'S TO RENT STORE TO RENT Store formerly occupied by Eastern Estate Tern Co. in Avrrill i Mock; rent reasonable; inquire D. A. Terr Real Estate Aaettcy. I Stf WANTED WANTT'D--Cattle to pasture: M-s. Anna A. Holdrn, Wtlliamstown, Vt-, Oranae Co. j Vlephore IS-S. 14t -ivrrn m" trvT'ioTirirrrt: tn Marre; Clinton F. Miliar. l'Uf Setting Eggs and Poultrr Reach the Duyer Til rough a Times Classified Ad. TRY ONE Thi letter just received proves the value: "I had 5t:ch jrood luck last yrar with your paper want to give you another adv."