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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920.
- ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interest from Different Section. L. H. Fish, formerly teller of the Baxter National bank, has opened a 800-hen poultry yard at Rutland. W. A. Davidson of Cobbleakill, N. Y., wu arrested at Bennington re cently, charged with stealing rugs and towels from his room at the Putnam house. Be paid a. fine of $25 and costs, An apartment house with 75 apart ments of four and five rooms is to be built at Windsor on the site of the Windsor Club inn. It will be of four stories, of brick, with Indiana lime t atone trimmings. Mrs. Kale M. Rucgles died at the home of Mrs. E. W. Sharp in Si. Johns bury Sunday afternon at 'the age of 43 year. She attended the Easter eemce at Grace Methodist church, taught her Sunday school class, ate dinner and two hours' later was dead. The sugar house on the, James Cady farm 5n Stowe, recently purchased by H. A. Foster, was burned on Monday morning, the fire catching from a spark, it is supposed, as the fire was banked . and everything was wet down Sunday night when the house was left. The . building 'was new and contained a new evaporator,, which cost $275, and 150 gallons of syrup, The loss wss $1,000, with no insurance. . Salmon Green of Kichford ha 'been town clerk for 66 years and a justice of the peace for the same length of time. Mr. Greene has married about 30 couples, drawn the wills of many, gated as commissioner or administra tor of estates, granted marriage li censes, dog licenses and paid hedge hog and bear bounties for .50 years. He has been A Mason and Congrega tional deacon. Mr. Greeno graduated from the U. V. M. in 1857 and is the father of H children. CAMPAIGN IS ON. At Vermont Headquarters of Congrega tional World Movement. Sliddlebwry, April 7. The Vermont headquarters of the Congregational world movement in co-operation with the interehureh world movement, at 83 Brookes avenue, Burlington, U a bee hive of industry just at present. Rev. C. C. Merrill, the state cam paign director, has an efficient oflice force a't this power-house of the Con gregational end of the coming united financial campaign. Every association in the state has boert organized under efficient associa tion campaign directors, and each of the 200 Congregational churches of Vermont are now in process of organi isation. This campaign is largely in the hands of the laymen who have already ac cepted appointment as loal campaign directors, who shall make it their busi ness to attend to the raying of the quota in the church to which they be long. They ares W. B. Howe of the First church, Bur lington. Prof. M. B. dimming of the Col lojre Street church, Burlington. .- Dr. David -Marvin --of Essex -Junction. F. H. Dutcher of St. Albans. Judge Leighton P. Slack of the North eliurch, St. Johnsbury. H. A. Power of the South church, St. Johneburv. A- J. Holden of the First church of Bennington. Homer H. Webster of the Second church of Bennington. Hon. A. S. Payne of North Benning ton. B. R. DeMerritit of Waterbury. Judge Frank I Fish of Vergennes. Hon. Chsrles S. James of Weybridge. Judge W. A. Graham of Bellows Falls.. Paul H. Gates of Franklin. C. L. Smith of Swanton. Prof. C. H. Morrill of Bkerfield. H. F. Comings of East- Berkshire. Charles Tuxbury of Windsor. Other- churches In the atate are be ing manned as rapidly as possible in order that every thing may be in readi ness for the "united financial drive, which takes place April 25 to May 2, when it is expected that Vermont's Congregational quota of $130,000 will be over-subscribed. COMPANY DENIES LIABILITY. Connecticut River Power Co. Not to Blame for Loss of Bridge. Brsttleboro, April 7. Liabilities for dsmsge sustained by the town of Drat tleboro in the loss of a steel arch bridge .130 feet long which spanned the west branch of the Connecticut river and in washouts nn several highways last week is denied by the Connecticut Riv er Power romps ny in a letter received Tiy Attorney Arthur P. Carpenter, coun sel for the town. The letter is from Attorney Harold E. Whitney of this place, one of the power company's at torneys, and is in reply to a demand tT the town that the company replace the hridpe and repair three highways. It asks for a conference of town offi cials with the power company officials when the peneral counsel for the pow er company can be present and this will K arranged within two or three dsys. The demand on the company is made under the charter for the const ration of the power company's biir dam at Vernon, which provide that the com any shall be liable for damape reault inf from the construction of the dam. Why Poets are Poor. It's all rijrht to woo the muse, but her editorial jrnardians make it pretty fcard to ft hold of any of her money. Bostun Transeript. Three of a Kind One 1919 Indian electric equipped, guaranteed in per fect running order, $275 cash, 10 per cent additional if sold on time. One 1916 Indian $175 cash. One 1916 Indian $200 cash, new com plete motor. Come in and lock them over. A. M. FLANDERS a7 It. !! St. GAPT. YORK FEELS 20 YEARS YOUNGER Gains Sixteen Pounds and Is Back on "Job Since Taking Tanlac. "I am now sixty-nine years of age, and during all those years I have nev er run across a medicine that I consider in a class with Tanlac," said Joseph A. York, of 221 High street, Portland, Maine. Mr. York has been prominently iden tified with the business and civic in terests of Portland for fifty-two years. He is also popular in fraternal order circles, is now captain of . Canton Ridgely Lodge, No. 1, Odd Fellows, and js highly esteemed by all wtm know him. I have just finished my fourth bot tle of Tanlac," continued Mr. York, "and have been benefited even beyond my expectations. Besides gaining six teen pounds in weight, I have been built up and strengthened until I feel all of twenty years younger. j "For the past two years I have been in a miserably run-down condition and was compelled a short time ago to give up my work, as I was too weak to stand it any longer. I felt worn out all the time, and would get up mornings even more tired than on going to bed at night. I could eat scarcely any thing and what I did force down caused bloating and the worst sort of panis in my stomach. The pains were so severe at times I actually thought I would dip. My nerves were so un settled that the least thing worried me, and I could never get a good night's sound sleep. "There were days when I felt that I was suffering with about a dozen dif ferent . ailments. I had lost interest in everything and felt so bad that I didn't seem to care whether 'school kept or not.' The ordinary treatment failed to help me, and as I had read so many statements from people I know here in Portland, I got me some Tanlac. I know now for myself what it will do, for I simply feel like I have taken a new lease on life. I have never felt better and am able to look after my work as usual. I am eating three hearty meals a day, and yet I am hungry all the time. My food agrees with me perfectly, for I eat just any-1 thing I want and never feel a otuch of indigestion. My nerves are as steady as a clock, and I sleep as sound as a child all night, never waking up until someone calls me in the morning. I am glad to give the facts about my case for publication for the benefit of others who are needing Tanlac as I did."' " ; "'- Tanlac is sold in Barre by the Barre Drug Co., in Northfleld by Nat A. Wheeler, and in Waterbury by BrUbin & Brisbin. Adv. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER SURGEON DENTIST Howland Building, Room 1, 'Phone 98-W. . Oflice Hours i 9 to 12, 1 to 5 and 1:80 to T :80 BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOH RELIABLE PIANOS, FLAYER PIANOS. VICTROLAS. 90NORA3. RECORDS AND SHfcET MUSIC Leave ymir ordsra her for Piano Tuning TelSThons 36V-W, Barra, Vt Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW UP-TO-DATE EASY RIDINO Calls from a distsr.es at msonsbla ratss) A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre Tlis Only Auto Ambulance ia tiw City DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offica in Room SS. MUes Buildln Tslephoas Connection OFFICE HOUR : t a.m to 1! m. and 1 : to 4 p.m. Monday, Tumday, Thursday and Friday Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS i t to It. I to I, T to t TstophoiM 18!-W SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION We are now ready to serve both old and new customers with a Riga grace oi e-eweiry. kepsir work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, th Jeweler 24 ELM STREET BOLE 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, get 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 able-bodied men are paid $.38 per hour and upwards at the start. I Interesting and steady employment. We can u?e expe rienced steel ship bui-dcrs of any craft. Ninety-i?ht per cent cf our riveting is on piece work. Call at the Employment Bureau, THE ATLANTIC CORPORATION, Portsmouth, N. H. $400 TOWARD CITY PLAYGROUND, Rutland Hopes to Organize Association to Supervise Such a Place.' Rutland, April 7. The Rutland Ro tary club at its annual meeting Mon day evening voted a sum not to ex ceed $400 for the establishment of one city playground contingent upon the formation of a Rutland playground as sociation which will undertake to di rect, supervise and look after in gen eral the affairs of the playground when established. Warning for City Meeting To Be Held April 8, 1920 The legal voters of the city of Barre, Vt., are hereby notified and warned to meet in the city hall, city of Barre, Vt., on Thursday, April 8, 19-20, at 7:30 p. m., to transact the following business: First: To elect a moderator to pre side at said meeting. Second; To see what salary the city will vote to pay the city clerk and treasurer for his services the ensuing year. Third: To see what compensation the city will vote to pay the alder men, auditors and assessors for their services the ensuing year. Fourth: To do any other proper business. Dated at Barre, Vt., March 26, 1020. FRANK E. IANGLEY, Mayor. Mar27Apr-7 Stringed Instruments Repaired REHArp.ING BOWS A SPECIALTY JAMES NICOL f 1 Marls Avenue Telephone T1-W PIANO TUNING Five years Everett Piano Factory Two years Hallett A Davis Piano Factory One year "hi-x..:-ina- W'arsroora Five rears Clark A McMasUy B. ARTHUR REED Tel. 78-M Box 145, Montpelier. Vt. Leave orders at Bailey's Mueie Rooms, Barre, tel. S9-W HOWARD H.REID.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 : :rt to p. m.. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ; 2 to S p. m., Tuesdny and Thursday. Montpelier Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. 10:J0 to 12 a. m. ; Konaay. Wednesday and Friday, 1 ROOM S, CURRIER BLK.. Barra Tel.2-W PERRY & NOOMAW UNEXCFLLED FUNFRAt FURNISHINGS I Hospital Ambulance Berne, j Undertakers and Licensed Embalmcrs Depot Sq- Barre " Tel. connection.' 42S-W I J The Pied Piper COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE E8TATE OF WILLIAM J. BOMERVILLE The undersurned. having been appointed by the honorable probata court for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, ex amine and adjust the claims and demands of all noraons sirainst the estate of William J. Somerville, late of the city of Ha it, in said district, deceased, and all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby give notice that ws will mott for the purpose aforesaid, at the office of Smith. Whitcomb & Cook Co., in the city of Barre, - In said district, on tbe 28th day of April and 0th day of September next, from 9 o clock a. m. until 3 o clock p. m.. on each of .said days, and that six months f mm the 1st day of Anril. A. D. 1920. is the time limited by said court for ssld creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at the city of Barre, this 5th day of April, A. D. 1020. THOS. H. CAVE. JR., FRANK L. SMALL, Commissioners. AprT-14-21 ESTATE OF JOSEPH 8ASSI State of Vermont, Dietrirt of Washinrton. ss. The honorable probate court for the dis rtiet aforesaid, to all persons Interested In the estate of Joseph Ssasi, late of the city of Barre, in aeid district, deceased, GREETING : WHEREAS, said court has assitmed the IR.k Amt "f An4l mavt fn. ...minim. and allowine tbe account of the administra- I tor ds bonis non of the estate of ssid de ceased and for a decree of the residue of nid estate to the lawful rlaimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be Kiven to all persons interested in said estata by Dublishlne this order three weeks successively previous to tbe day assigned, in the Bsrre Dslly Time, a newspaper pub lished at ths city of Barre, in aaid dietrirt. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate ofltce in Montpelier, In aaid district, on the dsv sseirmed. then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your riirht as heirs, leg-atees and lawful claimants to said residua, Given under my hand, this 10th day of March, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Jodae. Mar81Apr7-J" ESTATE OF E. MERRILL EASTMAN State of Vermont, District of Washington, aa. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested in the estate of E. Merrill Eastman, late of the city of Barre, in aaid district, deceased, GREFTlNfJ : WHEREAS, said court has aaala-ned the 12th day of April next for examining and and barn, all In good repair; Bach tenement allowing ths account of the administratrix of has rooms. lee trie sghts and bath : plenty the estate of said deceased snd for a decree of of garden for both tenements ; the barn the residue of laid estate to the lawful claim, could, for a small amount of money, be ants of the same, snd ordered that nubile made into a 4-roum tenement; this is good notice thereof be given to all persona inter- property to buy fov home or investment ; slt ested IB said estate by publishing this order uated at 14 Clark street; price right; tele, three weeks successively previous to the day lono 6-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a news- building : Llwln L. Scott. tf paper published at the city of Barre, In , FOR SALE 8ix-mom cottage home with said district. j pantry and woodshed ; modern conven- THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to i en res ; Including extra lot. henhouse and appear at the probata ornee in Montpelier. ra said district, on the day assigned, then and thre tn eontaat the allowance of ssid ae- i count if you see cause, and to establish your right ss heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residua ! Given under my hand, this 2d day of March, 1920. j FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge, j rnarzs-siAprr ESTATE OF MURDO C. MdVER State of Vermonf. District of Washington, as. ' The honorable probata court for the dis- trict aforesaid, to the heirs snd sll persnne , intersated in the estate of Murdo C Me- Iver. late of the city of Barre, ia said district, deceased. GREETING: , WHEREA3. application hath been made to this court, in writing, by the administrator, praying for license snd authority to sell all I af real estate of aaid deceased, to wit t In- ' eluding tbe homestead riant and the interest cf the widow therein, situated in the rity i of Barre. in ssid district, representing to ! said court that it would be beneficial to tbe heirs and all persona interested in the estate of aaid deceaaerl. to aell said real estate and ronvei t the same into money. And bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs to aid estate residing in this state, and setting forh th situation of tbe real eataus. WHEREUPON, the said court ar-pointed and assimed the I4Ui day of April. 1921. at the probate oMre In Montpelier, in ssid district, to hear and deride upon ssid appli' cation and petition, and ordered nub lie no J ration and petition, and ordered, public ncc ,7V " "i, tics thereof to he given to all persons inter- publishing said order, to- time and plsee of hearinr. three weeks successively in the Barre Dally Times, a nowspaper which circulates tn the neighborhood of those persons interested In said aetata, all of which publications shall be prwlmts to the day assigned for hesrina. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified t appear before said court, at tbe time and place assianeat. then and there in aaid ecurt to make your objections to the granting ef saeh license, if yoa see cause. Given under mv hsnd at Montpelier, la said district, this 2d day of Mrh, 10. i FRANK J. MARTIN, Judga Mar4-SlApr7 ESTATE OF JONATHAN KING t Sta of Vrmmit. Pttrirt of Rjttwlotph, , Th hcnomhle ftmbat rurt for th ' ! trirt fffrd. to all prim ntTtM .h mtat ft Jnr.atHin Kin. t f Wil ' Itamatown, in ad distrirt, dcrcwrd, GREET IN;- ! WHERE K9. mi4 mrt tva wirr4 1M , 7th dair cf Mar nrnt fr -mnr.ir mnA tWwinr lh r-Tmnt rtt Om drr'f1tr tor of fh wtat nf raitf aW!rt iM for m , &rm of tt rt(hj erf m 4 rmlm to th lawful cbiifrtafti tf th? ri. nnd 0bVrr4 J , that rJ ' rKtr thrwrf fc ti tn pH , iwftM tntarrtd . a;d tt? If ruMmK : i ir triai rir tftrwr vrwkrn twrf!r.l7 pr I riooa to the day wxr. fti th Parr Pt! i Tr-rn-, ww pa pat-r ribilfed at Barr City, - a l ppxT at fti V-'u irfnann Irn. n Wil- i-nptfir, - a W"trrT. w t rf nmj " aaTtvd. tHcr orid th'T to "ortt tSr .Ktr arvrr rf d ifTfiutit if y 'r nnd t V r rurf-1 Kir, Wv itw , ' at A Is ft aiasa ahi 4 a nac iitij t i'w-owj., T;r,eVr mr liiid. tfcw 'th dar cf A Sure Fcrrfy i'r n inrirai i f-J. m r- 71. NvI L t? In- Co., Three Lines for 25c Tbe Times will publUh Wants. Lost and Found. For Sale, To Let. etc. short adver tisementsat the rate of three lines tor twenty-five cents for the first insertion ana flvs cents for each subsequent insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE COTTACE HOUSE of 6 rooms at 88 Center street for sal. ; all in good condition : extra lot with house, cement cellar floor; will sell reasonably; John Vicsri, 88 Center street. l(rt City Property for Sale Double tenement house, always rented, very centrally located in best part of the city; sprinc water, never falliiur ; aiso city water; about 4 acne of land; lot of small fruit, currants, g-ouseber-riee, cherries, plums, raspberries, black berries, Mcintosh Red apples, etc. ; also early spplcs. young- trees; this property will be sold ria-ht, and now is the time to look it over ; apply by letter to "M. 8.,' care Time office. 19tf SJX-ROOM COTTAGE HOME FOR SALE Leaving town ; all hardwood floors down stairs ; iantry and bat h room ; electric l'k'hu. hot and cold water, hot-air furnace, storm windows for all over house; larss lot, 100s fid ft, ; 6 young apple trees, also shade trees ; apply R. Gordon. 122 Orange street. JHt FOR SALE Dtnible tenement house on up per Hill street ; spring water, a-ood-sised garden; rssh price Jl.l'OO if sold at once; Hertba Edwards, 27 Camp street, 'phone 4H-M Bsrre. Vt- 17tf FOR SiALE tine of the most convenient and pleasantly located homes in Randolph, Vt, with all modem improvements, barn, wood shed, henhouse, workshop and garden; Joseph Hamilton, 16 So. Pleasant street, Randolph, Vt. J7ti4 FOR SALE Cottage at Lske Croton, com pletely furnished and in good condition; good spring water, double boat house with t boats; one of beet locations on lake; addrees R. M- Cutting. I'lainfleld. Vt. 14to FOR SALE Two-story. ' X-UncvcrTt houseT with good barn and cellar ider house bsrn or garajre: handy to south end rrsnito rlants; price right; apply to Alcxsnder Milne, 14 Nichol street Wf FOR SALE My home place on Imw hill, known at John R. Mead place; for fur ther particulate inquire of Mrs. John K, Mead. Bsrre. tf FOR"SAI.E-On Mfit"pelierros4""2 miles from Bsrre. S-room house, modern tm- provMnents ; Ianre riaxia with vines on S j sides : barn and henhouee and about 2 acres of rood land : will sell at a reasonable price !nd ' d'1 ' H" 8- M "i,,s,f ' 7" fUT V . . - THREE HOUSES FOR SALE to close out an estate: the S houses are located na the northerly aide of Hall streets, numbers 2ti, 2. n S ! will be sold for the best ob- talnable rssh price; 8. Hoiliater Jackson, administrator. ' 2tl iETNA-AUTO Combination Insurance with agents in avery city Give automobile omnera complete protection against loss by: LIABILITY for Personal Injuries LIABILITY for Damage to Property COLLISION Damage to Automobile FIRE, Lightning, Explosion, Water Ilamage THEFT, Cyclone, Tornado, Transportation LOSS OF t'SK of Auto during Repa irs J. W. DILLON, Agent I'hone 34-R Lane, errooi,t ' Setting Eggs nnd Poultr3r Reach the Buyer Through a Times Classified Ad. TRY ONE This letter juM received prove 3 the value: I had fuch jrood luck la.t year with j our paper want to give you another adv." FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE A nice desirable fnriti. r.ooi buildinirs I 1 mile from E, Hardwick vil- lage; will sell on raiy terms or would rent it to reliable people : A. D. Maynard, B. F. D. 2. EastJIardwick. Vt. "8" VERMONT MONEY-MAKING FARMS, nli size, all prices; write for list, ftatln size wanted; Chausie aV Robillard, Burling - ton. Vt. 17U60 VERY DESIRABLE 18-ACRK VILLAGE FARM at a banrain ; near everything; full particulars; F. H. Stearns. South Roy nltnn. Vt.. 10U2 FARM FOR 8ALE 240 acres, one of the best farms in Washington Co.. situated in East Montpelier. 2 miles from P. O., mill end creamery, 4 miles from Montpeleir and 4 miles from Bnrre: for further particulars address J. L. Buck, East Montpelier, Vt. 29tf FOR SALE Farm, 130 srres. lust mile from city, with atock and tools if wanted: res son for selling, poor health; tel. 47D-W: Amos A. Hall. SisHtf 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 savings in some esses amounting to several hundred dollars. It is certainly worth your while to look around. You will see a de cided advance very soon. Steam heated house with all modern con veniences, enamelled plumbing, liuhts, etc. Six rooms, wide veranda on two sides ; large parrel of land, about three ordinary lots. Located six or seven minutes' walk from the post office, on good street. A fine place to live. Pries (2800. No. 1409. Buy . real homey place sr.d be your own boss, with . big garden, a horse, a cow and a lot of land. Four acres of land In the city, only about three fourth mile from the post office on prood road; nice nine room bouse, with bath, toilet ; three stall barn with laree carriage house: plenty of shed room; good hen house with yard for 69 hens.' The place for . mrrn wanting to do a little work on land and work in the sheds. Only a few minute walk from the largest grsnite plants in the city. .. The price, 1700 takes this property together with plow, harrow, two norse 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 ether small fruit. Six room cottage, two good ben houses ; the bouse Is finished in hardwood and has some hardwood floors ; bath, electric lights, etc Two Two minutes to school and six minutes to the cat-lint; nice veranda on front and one side. This is a dandy home and is being offered on account of ill health of owner. Let us bow you. AN ATTRACTIVE PROPERTY FOR HOME OR INVESTMENT Just off Wash ington street, near Bpeulding school ; hou.e contains 10 rooms and arranged for 2 fam ilies ; bay windows, 2 verandas, spring wa ter, gas. hot and cold water, etc. ; will rant far 132.00 per month ; owner Is making a change and will sell fo rt3.000.00 ; look this over it will interest you. These illustrate some of the bargains we have to ofTer. Call in and talk it over. You will like to put your key In your own door. Fire the landlord this month. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Building, Barre, Vermont LOOK ! Read This: A S-ROOM COTTAGE HOUSE FOR RALE Bath, electric liehts. cemented eellsr. 1 plsztas, all finished in natural wood, with a nice garage, henhouse, nice lawn, with a garden, strawberry bed, large lot on a good street, for (2,800; or would trsda lor a small farm. 111-D A 90-ACRE FARM just put en the marked on account of the owner making a change tn business; is located 1 mile from a good village, creamery and graded schools, on a good msin road ; this farm lays good and is in a high state of cultivation ; plenty of wood, nice fruit orchard, with a good patkth of blackberries ; never-failing water at the house and barn ; plenty or bam rumn. extra rood silo: a good house. And wtnh this farm the owner would sell stock, which consists of 21 head of cattle, mostly cows; snd also all the tools ; and if this was sold in a short timo would include S fat hv. This farm ss located within a very easy drive of Barre. The price is right. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION RE CARPING THESE PROPERTIES AND A LARGE LIST OF OTHERS. INQUIRE OF J. J. DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Bid., Barre Tel. 170" FARM FOR SALE 40-ACRE FARM in Marshfleld. S mi. from .vTTl., ' '. . i i ". I?1' i" ?" pnstftice on Cabot read ; location one of lare iVj story house, 10 rooms, hsne: versnHas hrth sides, tele- t hone snd share of rtnek : 80-ft- hum with h:iacment. built t yr. aco ; runnina- water to house and barn : s-araire. henhouse and toolhouee: buildinss all painted; land lars warm ; smooth, machine-mowlne- fields, gtond pastures, uuite a quantitr of timber and wood ; a Dire borne for someone. 75-ATRB FARM in South Cabot vlllasre. rmt buildinirs. all tn n ne shape, all painted : in house: wide emn- 40 with basement and Uf to house snd barn ; use; good appla sr- iiiand. 200 suar trese nicely finished rooms das in front: barn 4ft A k.n tunnin, , ft kivua ft .4 ki. m ' henhmiu. 'and too 1 house : eood aoola sr-1 chard; 2t acna Umberland. 200 sugar trees with buckets and pans: land lava nice: ( mi. i buckets and pans: land lava nice: ml i R. R. stations, Msrshfteld. Walrfen and I Danville; within 40 rods ef school: a to 1 West splendid location and price naht : nil tell with or aittiout stork and tools. 140-ACRE FARM in Msrshfleld. 1H mi. from postornre : 2-tory houso in aood shspe ; (ood biz bara just , recently built over : euo.ipp"l with litter carrier and horse fork : shrd room and toolhous Ianre henhouse, runnlnr water to howe and barn ; larwe ap ple orchard, extra smooth nk-e-layitur fields : nlenlv et4 nsatiirine. tbe riehft kind: esti- matH 100 M. ft. of lumber and a lot of i anfehed and ronnerted with ens and e'ec wood : this fsrm will run It eows and team trteity. Aooly to A. M. rtstchelder, it Fair and can easily be made to do more; someone vw ctreet. Tel. 4S0-M. tf ourht to ret interested in this dial nuick when they sea it and nnd out the price. A DOUBLE-TENEMENT HOUSE Barn. shrd and blackn-nith shop in Msrhrietd villaee. buildinirs ail in fine shape, all paint ed, ianre roomy shop, ox-shoeina frame nie of shop, pknty of work tor two men the iter around and in a enod peyina- ecm munity. and is iminy to be sold : snyone whine for property of this kind had better not wait too tunc before retting- interested. FOR SALE A dandy place In Mararfield villa re on Creamery ainet ; bouse. u,.. , oarn . . i i w .... m., . - - i '7 7-.. of l.d : a -lee room- In ' k.. u k.ftrf.-nd ft, electric liehte. run-1 nina wattr and svrrytbine in tine tbapej ahoat the f lace ; owner renlt and repaired -. fir a n-e home, and bavine trie mtfortune cf loiine his wife the property ia for aaie at a terrain. FOR FAt.E- K f ne r.,d.nc on M.m street t bore- call Mrs. nnoermi. Berlin t.n-t T'.'hT dV, hauiini ashe. or rar-l- v.fie!H ,ii..e. boe and barn and Ba-re. Vt SOI to work by the nay. Muiin a.nee or ne rsr-ien: orro-.te 2 .li re, -v-e to -tonee. I cl.orrhe. end arbnol ; bu.ldines tn fine ihape;! flotrn, 1ft rln-Mint nvmr, lr iwmr bars.; ail ia share: rric n.ht. Tkrv feorerties, both farms and viltaee. err e " e to neii : ai-o nave more. A. R. COLE. Art, Marshncd. Vt, ;e4. 12-: WANTED TO DUY I A jH I R'h ES PAID for rsem. roWxr. -ev e- ". bid", -nd - l ,riarty. ,-rh.ne 4:-R. Sam Gcula. Il urooa .i-w i - - ' W ANTED Ta bay straw at bara: Se; M S-7tf I 'WANTED TO npl."Y fie'eeid-bare fra7. j t.i d cT-es 'r cire O. r.m.tb. i . Ne j ' j M- a -strret. tel. ;.'-M 1 : . i A . T mi Ci'Nt m .- '!' H I ' L !,T'j;7.y F. 'I1TJ 11 I s-fc.a . , a , f T eo ? ' fc-W iel . .. tjlrt;,.' 00- 't " HELP WANTED MALE , ciAitu Onv Hrjt-claas Icttur cutter and j FOR SAL'S .One Ford fi-passetiKer car, Iff 16 z wi-mt cutiwra ; bill, 8.1)0 ; address C. model, in Rood condition ; 1 whit hone, Schluiir' Sons, Frcndom, Fa. 20U9iood all-round bona, weight 1.300; 1 good j mn 'i'WENTtf-FIVE TO THIRTlf-rTVE ! "-round hone; these are rood are and j YEARS OLD TO LEARN ?ACTORY I J ' V, t; E..A. Teft, Randolph Cen- WORK 120 a wcvk while learning-, piece .2yn,r.- m ' wo.k 125 to $40; must be American and , HAY FOR SALE Good quality, where you 1 non-union ; apply Smith sV Wesson, Spring"- i'sn nau' it, muddy or not, 1 mile from Hold, Mats. "Qtl2 ! Willlamstown ; Orenire Co. 'phone; H. i. . MALL'S BARBER SCHOOLS-8f4 Wssh inston street, Boston, Mass.; wages, room, board, railroad ticket furnished by "81 Co- ipcrativu Propositions" ; get particulars, 1NI131 WANTED A jan itoTforThenCongrvtational at F. H. Rogers & Co. 'a me: church; apply store. WANffb-A irou-m7-m.it. Amarun-Itallan preferred, of good address, who can speak Italian: must be . (.suable workman and uk.,..i k.... . i ,lni::,(n willing to learn ; good territory nnd fine eli-,l'OK bALe. Twoehair barber rtsip; low inaU;, in Californiu; address "K. B.," thij rent and good location: reason fT selling. office. mis WANTED TO TIIRR-A 1 nr .'.man farm with stock and tools ; E. C. Cross, 7 Bovn- ! FORD TRUCK BODY WITH CAB for "sale ton strtvt, Barre, 18t6 I forS35; Mann-Allen Co. lBtf NO NEED IDF LOAFING when "fou'Tan cut REO FIVE-PASSENGER '"TOURING CAR 4-ft. wood for A. Tomaai at Berlin Pond j for sale; also 2-year-old Morgan colt: in at 2.50 per cord; also lumber. 18.00 a M. ! ""Irs at 689 North Main street. 13tl2 WANTED Two men: one to cut and one to letter) pneumatic tools, ttreveling crane, good wages ; address C. W, Wright, 203 E. Main St., Bradford, Pa. I8t6 WANTED Young single man (Gentile) to travel with manager and solicit; experi ence unnecessary ; salary and expenses or commission; write Chas. Frezek, Gen. Del., MancheslerK H. 15U7 WANTED Blacksmith to work" iaton shed; regular pay and steady work; apply by letter, 'phone or in person ; Pando Granite Co., Northfleld. Vt. 15t6 WANTED 3 experienced automobile me- chuni, at one omral baIsi-v and Denns- nent position to the riuht men; apply at I'slore Garage, Barre, Vt. Utf WANTED - At Fletcher auarry. Woodbury, Vt.: open shop quarry from War. 1, jwv. wanted now, 2 complete derrick crews ; . I have a general store and furnish goods to men in my employ at wholesale prices ; houses rent at $8.00 to 110.00 per month ; surface qusrry and good machinery; write for mors information and state your experi ence in a granite or marble quarry ; will hire a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher. Woodbury. Vt. Mtf WANTED Lumper to follow the hook ; Lit- tleJohn.JDdgers stJMilne; 7tf WANTED A full gang of experienced saw mill help within the next 2 weeks; good pay and not much to do; no one need apply unless wanting a steady job ; for further par ticulars, call on or write C. H. Utley. Marshfleld. Vt. WANTED A good tnsn to bsnker for gran ite cutters ; steady job ; tbe Fisk Bras. Co., 4016 Spring- Grove avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. 26'itf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED A young girl for general nouse work ; apply by letter to "L.," ears Times office. 20tJ WANTED A woman for seneral housework in a small family ; apply t "G.." rare Times oflict M-tf WANTED A middle-aired woman for house keeper by a widower on a farm ; I child ; J. F. Rogers, K. F, D. 1, box 67, South Royalton, Vt. 18t6 WANTED A domesitc nurse: 2 In the fem 'Jyi st 10 Central street. Barns, Vt 18t4 WANTED A girl or woman for general housework; apply 90. Prospect street tel. 781-M. 17t6 WANTED A waitress; Hale's Tavern, Wells Kiver, vt 16tr WANTED Chsmbermeid and laundresses; W. r. Davis. Waterbury Inn. Waterbury, Vt IStf WANTED A middle-aged woman for gen era housework : state wages ; address M rs. Cullen Martin, Windsor, Vt. 12tf WANTED A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO WORK IN THE K1TCHRN AT BARRE CITY HOSPITAL; WOULD CONSIDER GIRL: APPLY TO THE SUPERINTENDENT. lltf WANTED A housekeeper for a a-entlemsn under 40 years oT ase: lleht work: Box 241. Spiinefleld, Vt. tl WANTED Olrl or mlddle-ared Isd for fen eral iiousework : apply to Mrs. Roeers. 106 Sooth Msin street, tel. 176-4. Jtf WANTED A rlrl or women for e-enera! housework ; goci waves; permanent posi tion : telephone Montpelier 129-4, Mrs. D. M. Burk. Middlesex, Vt 01tf WANTED Waitresses ; Waterbury Inn. Ws. terbury.Vt. IfTtf WANTED An exnerisneed cook ; Miller's Inn. Montpelier.Vt, Iflltf WANTED Pupli' ures siid attendants'st the Tannton State Hospital; wairea ISS.00 per month with malntensnre; for pertieulara address Dr. Arthur V. Com. Supt, Taunton State Hospital. Taunton. Mass. 264tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP WANTED Couple, man and wife; man for porter work, wife to art ae waitress ; rooa waes with room and board ; sd'lresi Manattsr. Hotel Washinaton. New Briteln Conn. tut( WANTED A man for farm work, wife to win in house; Mrs. C. H. Pitkin, tel. I'jt-M. tf IIEI.PW ANTED Youne men and women to take nositlona as attendants at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wster. bury : to three who desire, en opportunity of. fered to attend nureet' tranllne- course; ap ply at basntat. .Wsterhiry. Vt. lt HOUSES TO RENT UPSTAIRS TEXEVEVT of 4 rooms to'rent at I Fostsr street: Mrs Elabeth Buebee. t HieMand avenueitel. 94. 12tf TO RENT-roorn cottaee, elertrie liehts, ,, TT SZhJ. t ! f,i?,bth Bu,brfc J -; . TO RENT s-room street, with electr IX nroos street; M n. Hichland avenue, tel. R24-R. 1"'T TO RENT s-room tenement. 14 Clark street, with electric liahta. bath, psntry. barn privlleeea and eood rarrten; trtnhone barn privileges " J-n,i 'NE seeoni band -R or tnauire at 21-22 Howland build-ne : '0NE r,oor, MI;d WAOON Elwln L. Pcott. "jl'IIoNE SET NFW 1-INCH DOUBLE FOR RENT" A aood 7-room eortaure house, ipnnr wster. oaui : naicncioer itren - H. W. SeottBolsJer block. 14tf FOR-RENT One 4-room tenement; apply at 4 Liberty street. Jet. 6t-M. tf TO "RENT- Re-en room eottsae : inquire ef Arthur Cole, aa Semlnsry street. tf TO RENT-Three small tenements at 495 North Msin street, known as the Geom Parks bouse: have been thoroue-hly re- TO RENT -Tenement. 4 rooms : -nd order : - - . . . . ft . . . . No 1 Smtui place, wapie avenue: omirn nroineTV. TENEMENTS TO RFNT-One rooms. ne i rooms; Mr-. J. T. Catlaehan, 44 Park street, tel. 174-W. 2tf tEN'FMFNTS TO RftNTT-AII modern ; also Plsee for a ear: tnqntre or sirs, jsmes Ahern. 41 Ester avenue, tel. I4-W07tf SIX-RfOM COTTAGE TO RENT-On Ellis ton .treet : isree rarnVn and lot that can be surf fo rda innulre of Mrs. Eueenia Creneer. J Maole mn cvM stree4, ae Jeannette i.ranevr. TiMen's Fhoa Store. COTTAGI" HOUE TO RENT On Vine street : G L. Woodworth. Eastman b'ork Jtf j WANTED I ANDHODY DESIRING WORK OF VAN and ' - - . i WAyTEn TO ftENT OR BUY A he ta p.rr, : riiotnn F Millar Vlf I " LOST AND FOUND FtllMV- Ijsi Trurdr. a strinc rl mssry FOR SM.E Ore Cyphers incubator aad b.d. ; riMr er.sy bare same by csHire. ,-nt4" m A-l condition, used I season: at tnw orSre and rainr charers. jiU't-l. fs-w after 4 p. m-; Jaa. F. Curtis. 11 ADVERTISE YOUR WAXTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS FOR SALE - "hlJ.?n.wn" 'Vt. 1" 'UK ba-a preparation for cleaning1 granito and marble monuments ; brightens I up the lettering and makes the whola monu- ment Jook clean and new: ituninM ,,ri. " t'iri,(J"" Sullivan. lu park """-.Vt ml monument works at sherrurne. I AffSi COUNTY, N. Y FOR SALE j t.":?0. Sf?r ,tl5n ,or. b"? inesi in .... - mrs. M. F. Potur, Shnrburne, N. Y. 18t6 j pwr nsaiw ; aaaresjr, "JJarber Shop," this "'"-. I5tl" UASji'OR SALE By irsl. or b'bl., BLACK DIA KL'tfKfJK ROOF PAINT ; wat-r, weather, fire and sunproof; 800 lbs. to bbl. s !, m r.mdy to paint or repair your roofs ; L. Dene more. 1 Pleasant street. 12tf FOR "SALE Overland roadster, model's L rrecntly overhauled, price $440. now at Berkley Garage, Groton ; address H. H. Roy, Baoiett. . tl FOR SALE Eddy sugar place, about M cres. sugarhotita 110x40, new iron roof. "5 ao buckets, Kier arch and evaporator, gath. ering tank and reservoir, sugarinK-off nan and arch, dry wood in the shed ; all for 1700 : the tools alone would cost more then ths Price asked ; I will pay 25c a pound for the Vln. yasrs Ira1 Jewtt, agent Msrshfteld. Vt I9t7! . CADILLAC 1913 five-passenger touring csr Tor Sale. Innnir TtamM ESt. T.,1 EA ?"-. ' ' 2sltf r?R8L;Nce, dry hard wood: teL Barre. . !4tf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE REGISTERED JERSEY COW" FOR" SALE- Been teste.! for tuberculosis : a Ianre. rich, thoroughbred Jcr:y cttw; been bred to frwhen Nov l; straight and all right; unable to bother with her through the sum mer: apply to George L. Morris, SO Averill street 20t3 TW?rG'StEREDHOLSTEIN COWS FOR BAi,ETAI, 1 heifer : Vm. G. Roe era, Washington, Vt - . I7t FOR SALE One cowTlteTalSofriRera tor; John Silva, 23 River street, Bsrre. 280tf AS WE HAVE NO USE foror2old reeistered Ou-rney bull until next winter, we have decided to sell him: he is a fine In dividual and safe, sure, and riirht every way : if you want a rood one at almost beef Price, let ui hear form you ; also S extra nice Holstein bull calves, from our S very best cows : you can buy them "dirt ehean" : A. T.3niMi A Son tel. J04-M. lltf FOR SALE New Zealandiabbits7"iully PIireedjcall t J?AcBdemyjitreet. tf FOR SALE -Two bred regis tr red Berkshirs sows; ako 3 new milch Jersey eows, tn-b-rriilin tesved : John F. Benjamin; Jr tel.' 10S-R. ?99tf FORSES AND VEHICLES FIVE COWS FOR SALE s freaTTXTi freshen soon; tibereulin tested; M. I.. Bakertel. 882-11 Barre. 19tS FOR SALE Good all-round mare. 12 years old. sound in every wan will stand any where: Chas. M. Leith. H Merchant street, tel. 534-W. I8ts i EW ' WORK HORSES FOR SALE Soma matched teams : prices right ; Chris. Kik kelsen, at Fred Wlllard farm, mi. north from Barre. neareity dump. 18t6 BAY MARB'FdR SALE l.s'no foa., T-yiiT old. kind and fearless ; portable saw-mill wanted; F. E. Downing. 22 Cliff street, tel. 1 44-W. 8l)4tf ""Paint It Yourself With Our Auto Enamel Anybody can spread it on and be sure of a fiiie job at small expense. We have Top Dress ing, too. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. AUTOMOBILE DEPARTMENT 84 6tai te St reet Montpel ier. Vermont Remember Our Harness Drivingr Harness. . .$25 to $38 Farm Harness ....$85 to $99 Express Harness. . .$35 to $50 Plenty of Collars, too. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Monaaer 84 State Street Montpelier, Vermont Small Sugar Rigs Just in. a few more 60-saL and 5-rsI. Cookers for boilinjt asp. Make sucar now. With so much snow in the woods, it looks like a Inoa season. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. TeL 140 Oranre County Telephone A Few Spring Bargains ONE WALTER A. WOOD MANURE SRIEADER , haa had 1 season s use I100.M ONE " RANDOLPH PLOW. lit- tir used IT.80 ONE 4-H. P. GAS ENGINE, lood ninnins" order t5.(H ONE 2-IN. CIRCULAR SAW 12.60 ONE 1-H. P. INTERNATIONAL EN- ISO" 11.00 FIRM HARNESS M.M ONE NEW PTUDEBAKER CORD In eenuine leather .. CON 100.0 ONE NEARLY NEW ONE-HORSE FARM WAGON i.0 MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 149 Orenre County Telephone MISCELLANEOUS NOTCE If anybody should know where Sam Raamuesen from E. Montpelier is, or be should sea this himself, please write tn H. .INmiH -. (l.w . ' . . . . I . .. - Rmo.,, East Montpelier. Vt. lt ire. DODGE. HOUSE PAINTER AND PAPER-HANGER 10 South Main street. teL 0-tV 16t2 DANCING LESSONS Ball room, private ; children's classes Wednesday and Satur day: teL 164-11 or call 12 No. Main street. fc - ltf r7ir mHSe a dyt6 do you cleaning; PRESSING, REPAIRING AND DYEINQ for the spring- and summer seasona H. GOODMAN t Merchant Street. Barre NOTH 'ETRae trade marks from Babbitt' WhIM Naptha ftoep. Babbitt's I7. Bab bitts Lye, Acme C'blorsted Lime. Babbitt s Cleanser; brina- your traoe marks to "sea son's cosl office, and et a useful premium. . v ri?crurv-f? w s v wrm i.nocr .7 Jatr ac telep WUI "JZV? seiepe-ae i i POULTRY AND EGGS Sooth Main siren. tnr WHITTC ROCK SETTING EGGS; also Wr.o Lcbeora Mtust enr. both from standaH stTains; order bow; F. R. Ckasa, t H eh street. Bsrre. 12tf BAR NT D rLYMOtTJlRrvrk E. FOR SAl.K-i'-ortd layirie atrain : Ale-andee Rennte. ZM South Msia street, trl :.'7-Y. j !CHk KS'AND Er;!"FOR SALE" From ay r-iMairrins- ul-lrty stock of S. C K I. ftm and V, hue Wvandretw : "Red ! are j R!." snd ley all the rmr : erirv I C,(c per I lot,. l 4 lor ij. rhics after April imk. j f p, r lfS; will take ewes and hatrb i tor yoa at t rare ia rl new Mrrnoh j ee-lee;. wbirb cannot overheat and bstrhea 'irooe- c-ck : terms. r-r cert mitt- e-- . B S- tet SI'B.e-tMi-v Vt TO RENT i-toRE T K.FVT- ltrr ts-Ts -r --. V-Wi wt-Mrjt rmmmmksr'nt i iKj-atnr l. A. I"-t