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THE BARIIE DAILY TIMES ISAKKJV Vi., JUUlvJJiilY JU'iilL, 19, 1U20.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening! of Interest from Different Section. Bptrinninar May 20, the Rutland Rail way, Light & Power company will raise its rate from six cents to seven ,'tenti in eah zone. t A playground association was formed In Rutland Friday and officers were elected. Two sites are under consmera tion for the ground. William Kendall, who died at his home in Ludlow hut week at the ape of 00 years, left one sister who is 03 and another who is 89. The death of Myron Alexander, which occurred at his home in ht Johnsbury Thursday, was caused by septicaemia, resulting from a malig nant pustule on his nose. The Rutland Raitway, Light & Pow er company has filed with the public service commission a new tariff cover ing trolley fares, which increases the fares per zone from six to seven cents, which will go into effect May 20. ' Mrs. C. C. Dow on March 22 ohserved ner 98th birthday anniversary at the home of hpr daughter, Mrs. William Brings, in Bristol. Mrs. Dow, who is nearly blind, since last November has knit blocks enough for a white bedspread. St. Johnsbury sugar makers roport a season above the average, as farmers already have averaged more than two pounds of sugar per tree, and (Saturday and Sunday were also good sugar days. The Canadian crop is reported 50 per cent above normal. Hoover Sentiment in Vermont. , Kvcn though Herbert Hoover's name docs not go on the primary ballot in Vermont it is obvious that Hoover sen timent is growing. The lapse of time since Hoover's announcement that he was a Republican, and a Republican only, and would not accept any other party nomination has not been great enough to allow for the organization of any elaborate ana poweriui ciuns to promote his candidacy. There is plen ty of Hoover sentiment throughout Vermont and it is only a question of time before it can be crystallized and made a potent factor in the promotion of the California man's candidacy. Rutland News. Theatre Man Sued. Thomas A. Boyle, manager of the Playhouse in Rutland, has brought suit for $1,000 against Billy Allen, owner of the Billv Allen Musical Comedy com pany. I his action is the result oi an alleifed breach of contract by Mr. Al len, who agreed on Feb. 14 to put on his show at the Playhouse for the en tire week of April 5 to 10. Mr. Boyle claims that Mr. Allen canceled his con tract with no apparent provocation. Papers were served on Uillv Allen at Burlington, where he played last week, by J. II. Allen, sheriff of Chittenden county. All of the property, costumes and electrical equipment of the com pany have been attached and Mr. Allen has been notified to appear before the Rutland County court on the second Tuesday of September. Rev. O. M. Moody, for three years pastor of the Methodist church in Mid dlebwy, has been transferred to Trin ity Methodist church of PitUfluld, Mass, Rev. Emmett W. Gould, who has been in Bristol, has been sent to take Mr. Moody's place in Middlebury. Two men, A. Anderson and James Labshire. were in Rutland city court la-st week on the charge of non-sup port of their families. Both were sen tenced to the house of correction, but the sentences were suspended and they were put on probation. Labshire has a wile and 1.1 children and Anderson a wife and five children. Your Brains are Worth $.13,333 if you earn $2,000 a year. Your salary is equivalent to what you would receive if $3.1,33.1 were invested at per cent. Protect yourself against un expected cutting off of your earnings. National Life Ins. Co. (Mutual.) S. 8. Ballard, general agent, Rialto block, Montpelicr, Vt. The imion carpenters of Rutland have presented a demand to contrac tors for 87 Vi cents an hour after May i. The present scale is 7; cents, tins having been effective for two years. A compromise is anticipated. The only big building job in prospect in Rutland where carpenters will be in demand is the state armory, for which the con tract has not been let. Fire, believed to have been canned by spontaneous combustion, practically destroyed a car of cotton attached to a freight train of 0 cars in the rail road yard at Newport Friday. Al though water was played upon tho burniiig cotton, it did not stay the flames, and the car finally caught fire and burned up. In order to avoid fur ther conflagration, the smouldering bales of cotton were dumped into the lake. By the will of the late Miss Clara Chedel of Woodstock, the Christian church in that place will receive $500, the Woodstock Burying Ground asso ciation (in trust l $;HHJ and the Home for Aged Women in Burlington the residue of the estate of every kind after some bequests are paid to rela tives. The residue will include the farm where Miss Chedel resides, which is worth probably not less than $.5,000 more. IJARRY McAVOY, well-known Los Angeles hotel man, who aays he spent a small fortune snd tried. "every treatment money could buy without getting relief, until he tried TanLac Says he suffered for twenty years. No Proletariat Autocracy Here, Men who are virtually or actually communists or anarchists have become perniciously aotivo in labor unions. 1 hey seek no improvement of the con ditions of labor. They strive to dis rupt, disorganize and paralyze the om munications, the industries, the food supply of the United Battes. They in itiate a policy of "direct action" not to ameliorate any aotual grievances, but to produce social and economic confusion and collapse. They are pro moting strikes, not with any view ito real grievances, but for the sake of causing the gravest public losses, the destruction of the American policy, the erection of a soviet form of govern ment. It is for the labor unions, for the great body of conservatives and loyal Americans among them to deide how far such wicked, causeless and danger ous attempted revolutions shall suc ceed. fSo far as they succeed, wapes must be reduced or end; the proletariat autocracy must drive the members of the labor unions into a state of vir tual slavery. Not merely the railroads but the whole industrial, political and civic life of the community is threat ened by these conspirators. Temporari ly a great deal of harm might be done , 11 ... , .1 t.-l Ti 1 oy uiem n iney were nuoceiui BLISS NATIVE HERBS ESTATE OF ELSIE EWEN Three Lines for 25c l .help wanted-male i State of Vermont. District of Washington, u. The honorable probate court for the die- : trict aforesaid, to all person interacted in ; tne citato of Elsie Ewen, late of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased, GREETING : WHEREAR ..IA t,m ...1 thm j 22d day of April next for examining and el- HOUSES FOR SAT V. I estate of said deceased and for a decree of the I FOR SALE One H-tenranent house and 8 vt rainue oi eaia estate to tne iftwrul claimants j of the lame, and ordered that public notice ! thereof be given to all rteraona interested in (aid eatate by publishing this order three FOR SALE AIONZO0. BLISS PORTRAIT N0 , aiOMSTItRF HM evv;MGE200 .DOSES $1.22 ANoVowuiR JttALL .SIZE iQt A T1 i D! t"H a, V.J S I ..!. away. You get up In the morning- feeling-i "cciv1 pIT'Il1'H"V,to tJ, day """ full of pP. You are vigorous, your .'-.in ha. 'Lnd, 4" ,lh B,ar" Df " T.irn.- "P that hl hr W. vour eves bright- your .1 published at the city of Barre, in said .!.. JHl,,fl C..ll f Ulstrirr. youth returned to thoe who are getting Old Man trie Patterson, Shoals. Ind.. write: "I am 68 year old, do all my own work, never mias a meal, eat all I want and anything- 1 want, and feel aa Tounir to-dav aa I did fifty yearn ago, which I attribute to taking one BLISS NATIVE HERBS TABLET each night before retiring-. MONEY - BACK GUARANTEE in each box. At all Drug stores, 200 dose 11.00, email else 60c. ALONZO O. BLISS CO., WASH., D. C. 8 Goldine Does Away With Gas In Stomach THEREFORE, you are herehy notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in aid district, on the day assumed, then and there to contest the allowance of aaid account if you see cause, and to establish your rixht as heirs, legatees and lawful clalrr.ints to said residue. Given under my hand, this Sd day of April, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Apr5-12-1 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF HERBERT O. CAMP 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 The Tlmea will m.Kli.h nr.-.. i. .A WANTED 'Man " to "taVcTchanre" of small FOR SALE OR EXCHANGrC KorV w.f Found. For Sale, To Let, etc. short adver- ' Quarry, steady work and a good position j cool, r and ice cheat ; a complete Hire's tiaemcnls at the rate of three line for ,u. the right -man ; i state experience and Root lieor fountain. G. F. Rabaioli, P. O. miy vi Kxnq in nrat leiurr. nnmsui diub owuin nyeuure. vt. soils 1920 Buiclc ...... v, .. WANTED Man to run small boiler and roadster: box 48, Essex Jet. Vt. SOW work in laundry ; also man for yard work ; , f'OR S A LE If mm.lmM miiZZu.'jt -Z UaviK. WAtshtirv Inn. waterburr. -1 . . , . " . """"'"' estate: James T. Morrion. rfm'i. vutt 1 HELP WANTED Magnesia Talc Co., Wa- yk SI.F-T,.r..m.- i: j " I U-rbury, Vt 2t6 " ' "T t nh in vu- i twemcnls at the rate of three line for ,ul the right man ;. atate 1 exrierience and Itoot Iicr fountain. (",. J. Rat twenty-five cents for the first insertion acd rta-d In flrat letter. Bethda Blue box . South Kyewte, Vt Hv. cent, fo, each subaeuent iSrtteS. ! ' V. ' " N- W- OR UtAtioluMTlSr -m- , .. - -- '"ft"". D.C. oUW Hye-pasaenger car. or would e dison place: all fn cond ennditinn in...n WANTED A man for general farm work of D. McDonald, 18 Addison Dlace. 29tf apply by letttr to "F. W.," care Tim 205 S. Main etreet, for late W. F. Milna, built within 8 years ; con tains 7 rooms, bathroom. hardwn,Mt fmiuh and floors throughout, act tuba, cement cel lar floor and steam heat ; henhouse and 2 ex tra lota go with the property ; apple trees, berry bushes, etc., and garden in good con dition ; apply to Mrs. W. F. Miine, tel. ?-M. i 7tf FOR SALE One of the most convenient and pleasantly located homes in Randolph, Vt, with all modern improvements, bam, wood shed, henhouse, workshop and garden ; Joseph Hamilton, IS So. Pleasant street, Randolph, vt . mu FOR SALE Two-story, 2-teneuent house. with good barn and cellar Sider house and bam, all in good repair; each tenement has S rooms, electric light and bath ; plenty oi garuen lor bottt tenements; the barn "GREENLEIGII." 208 S. Miin - f. I m"ce- : ' sale; the semi-bungalow residence of tha """".u A man on a Tarm : married pre- china closet, tjai.u rk.iH i i. .i Katchtn cabinet; K. Gordon. 12 Oranse street 29tf It is a recogniaed fact that gas in the stomach ia dangerous and should be guarded I i offset thereto, hereby give notice that we a iru i n F. Ky Mfurvnns. Phvalcinna have antl 1 u.(ll ... .. : .1 . ,1.. IA. mated that a large percentage of death 1 office of A. B. Lane, in the city of Barre, in of all person, against the estate of Herbert ,'or amount of money. I O. Camp, late of the city of Barre. in said "d,.!nt . 6-room. tenement ; this i good district, deceaaol. and all claim. Yhihitnri I property 10 puy io home or inveatraent ; it" V tri . " s. i Probgbly one of the oldest of the alumni of any university in the coun try ia Rev. (ieorge (J. Rice, who grad uated from the University of Vermont in the class of 184.). Mr. Rice waa horn in Knoburg Fall in 1819 and now re tide in Council Bluffs, la., where he ia still actively engaged as pastor of the Congregational church. Beaidea his work in the church, he ia managing one of the largest fruit farms in western Iowa. Allen Wilcox, a Kt. Albana man who, with ki wife, has been spending the winter in tit. l'etersburg, Fla., wn erronHly injured recently when he waa thrown from an electric car in that city aa he attempted to eatch hU hat, which had been blown off by the wind. He suffered serious injuries 'to his head and cine has been in a critical condi tion at the hoepital where he was taken. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox were to hare left for Vermont April 20. The BIa-k Cat Textile company, which has headquarters in Kenochii, Wi., with large producing plants in tiuiny parts of the country, including Henninirton, has chanired its name to The Allen A company. "Allen for the ' would have to get up and walk the name of the makers' and "A" for the i floor. I was almot a nervous wreck "In 1900 I Buffered a general break down and during these 20 years I ppent a small fortune searching for health," said Harry McAvoy, with the Alexan dria Hotel of Los Angeles, one of the largest and finest hotels in southern California. "I went to the best specialists in Xew York, Chicago, Xew Orleans and Seattle. I tried every medicine and treatment money could buy. but the bent I could do was to get a little tem porary relief. Finally I gave out com pletely under the strain and had to quit work altogether. T was terribly discouraged over my condition and felt that I would be an invalid for the reft of mv days. "I had indigestion in its very worst form. In fact, I was a confirmed dva-j peptic; nothing ajrreed with me, and I suffered from all the terrible symptoms j of indigertion. My heart palpitated so! badly I thought I had heart trouble,! and I would gt so weak and faint at times I would stapger, and several times I fell flat in mv tracks before I could support myself. "I was absolutely afraid to eat. for it meant nothing but sufft-ring after ward, and I would have awful pains and burnings in the stomach and chest. Sleep! Whr, I didn't know v. hat it was to get m night's sleep! I would lie in bed a while and then pet so restless is impossible to suppose that the labor unions favor these radical oligarchies, which, if permitted to pursue their reckless way, would destroy the labor unions, introduce, financial and econom ic chaos and bring among the sober part of the community a reaction that might rob tha labor unions of every thinar they have trained in years of or dered and pondered growth. v This "outlaw" strike, this program of anarchs, must sot the labor unions seriously to consider the deadly danger which the radical and destructive ele ment among them is inviting. Either they must control and repress that element or they will be smashed hope lessly and relentlessly. The majority of the American people have been kind to Ithem, sometimes through sacrifice I th bt --dieine on the market and I of the ireneral interest, but the ma- went to the druir store and got a bottle of jority ft the American people won't "Wine No. 1. 1 got relief immediately, aj 1 ' I .. ... c.j ' .' . . 1 1 aiurgeat to all my friend who are troubled BIHIKl ill- ail i&b Jtt urifininnun h buk,c, the building up of a proletariat airtoe- ferred : 4-rmm Wheaton, Barre, Vt, N. E. tel. 884-5, Orange une B7-Z. j:eu BARBER W7ANf ED American"; good pay , and good hour; write E. W. Douglas. Newport, H. 27t WANTED AT ONCE A reliable married man for barn and general farm work, small tenement on the place; state wages expected and full particulars In first Irttar, or come and see me; F. A. Weaver, Mgr., Bradford. Jt 26t6 WANTED Man for general farm work ; Geo. D. Butler, tel. 243-18, Montpelier, Vt. 26t6 WANTED Teamster ; N. M. "Nelson." Merchant street. I4tf MEN TWENTY-FIVE T5 THIRTY-FIVE YEARS OLD TO I.RARN FACTORY WORK 120 a week while learning, piece run. mlh-iwo practically new 2-ton Peer- houfta, with curved and straight rails, bolts ond bracket: LaClair & McNnltv 7tf FOR SALE Bukk auto truck, rarrin" IK paasfngera : overhauled, firet-cfaaa order, 4 new tires; John McFarlane, Websterville, Vt 27t6 from heart trouble are due to the hearts : iwlri Hintrit vn t h. k,k nr unw mA 9nth act km being stopped by the pressure of gaa j day Qf September next, from 10 o'clock a. m. uirairal it Pnlnilatin nt tha hmrt la hearlv 1 ..ll a -'-I I. . . : J j - - - -- j UMU, w wma 1. Ill . , I'll - ! Ul 0H1U UJi. . MlliaH 1. tnlhl. I 1 . 1 . I . . 1 " - -... Vj w innu iim six momne irom me iitn oay ox i on can reaiuiy see inat you are uuims Murtu, A. U. 1920. is the time limited by chances if you are troubled with ga and aaid court for said creditors to prwent their work 82S to $40: muat be American and uated at 14 Clark street : price right: tele- non-union ; apply Smith ft Wesson. Spring- ;hone 64-R or inquire at 21-22 Howlsnd held, Mw. 20tl2 uiLdn'f.LE1inJ'- 8-ott- ! j HALL'S "BARBERCH6XS8U Wash- FOK SALE On Montpelier road. I miles I inirton street, Boston, Mass.; wages, room, from Barre. tt-room house, modern Im- board, railroad ticket furnished by "61 Co. pmvement -, large ptatza with vines on I I operative f ropoaitions ' ; get particulars. do nothing to get rid of it. Besides being an indication of a diaeased stomach, which in Itself is cause for concern, it is a warning that some time in the future so much gaa will gather around the heart that the least exertion will eau it to press against the nulls of that organ and stop it action. There is one sure way of getting rid of r and danger of death by heart failure. Goldine No. 1, the herb remedy, has been found by thousand to be the one medicine which give relief Tor atomach trouble, gas, bloating, indigestion, constipation and other similar ailment. And Goldine No. 1 is the medicine for you to get if you are troubled with ga. Just read the experience of Jacob Rplyea. who aavs : "For more than four year I had gaa on my itomarh and nothing helped me get rid of It Finally I heard that Goldine claims to us for examination nnd allowance. Dated at the city of Barre, this 6h day of April, A. D. 1920. WILLIAM H. MESSER. ADOLPH B. LANE, Commissioners. Apr5-12-1 racy, ihis outlaw Mrike is a pood subject for official investigation. Xew York Times. with the same to mirrhaae Goldine. What it will do for me, it will do for others, and I think It's the moat wonderful remedy I've ever taken." Goldine ia sold in your city at Cumhiing ft Lewi Drug Store. Adv. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. IIEININGER SURGEON DENTIST Howtand Building, Room U. 'Phone t-W. OfBee Hours : to 12. 1 to t and :!0 to T :1 BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADOVARTERS FOR RELIABLE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, VICTROLAS, PONORAS. RECORDS AND SHEET MU8IC Leave ynur orders here for Piano Tuning Telephone 869-W, Barre, Vt Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW UP-TO-DATE EASY RIDING Calls from a distance at reasonable rates A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre The Only Auto Ambulance in the City Stringed Instruments Repaired REHAIP.ING BOWS A SPECIALTY JAMES NICOL tl Maple Avenue Telephone 4T1-W PIANO TUNING Five years Everett Piano Factory Two years Hallett A Davia Piaao Factory On year rfc ;-,. -in; Wars room Five years Clark ft McMaster DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room 85, Milee Building Telephono Connection OKriCE HOURS : a-m. to JI m. and 1 :80 to 4 p.m. Monday, Tun day, Thursday and t nday Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS : 9 to 12, 1 to I. 7 to I Telephone 192-W B. ARTHUR REED Tel. 7S-M Box 148, Montpelier, Vt Leave orders at Ballsy' Music Room. Barre. tel. SS9-W HOWARD H.REID,D.D.S. IIOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 19-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors to 10 a. ra., Tuesday, Wednwday. Friday sna rtaturoay: e ;.m to s p. m.. Monday. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE E8TATE OF BENNETT JULIAN The undersigned, having beer, appointed by the honorable urohate court for the dietrirt of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demand of all pemons ngatnst the estate of Bennett Julian, late of the city of Barre. in said dietriet. deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, herehy give notice that we will mt for the purpose aforesaid, at ihe eflic of Smith, Whilcomb & Cook Co., in the city of Barre, in said district on the 11th day of May and 11th day of October next from 9 o'clock a. m. until S o'clock p. m., on each of said days, and that six months from the ISth day of April. A. D. 192'), ie the time limited by aaid court for said creditor to present their claims to Us for examination and allowance. Dated at the city of Barre, this 19th day of April, A. D. 1Z0. FRANK L. SMALL. FRANK A. WALKER, Commissioners. Aprl9-26Mayt sides: barn and henhouse anrf about s ac of good land ; will sell at a reasonable price and terms if dutired ; Mrs. II. S. Mile, tel. 217-X after p. m. 804tf THREE HOUSES" FOR SALE to close out an estate; the 3 houses are located on the northerly aid of Hall streets, number JO, 22. and ii ; will be sold fr the best ob tainable cash price; 8. Holliater Jackson, administrator. i9tf FARMS FOR SALE HAVING LOST THE USE of one han'i, S!0til WANJED Young single man (Gentile! to travel with manager and solicit: experi ence unnecessary; salary and expenses er commission : write Cbaa. Freiek, lien. Iei Manchester, N. H. WANTED S experienced automobile me chanics at once; good salary end perma nent position to th right men ; apply at Palace Garage. Barre, Vt. ltf WANTED At Fl.-tcherq"uarry. "Woodbury, Vt. ; open hop quarry from Mar. 1. 1920 : wanted now, 2 complete derrick crews ; I have a general store and furnish goods to NOTICE Ford car for sale; in best of "con dition; call 104 South Main street; Henry Bceley. , j;7tf FOR SALE To settle arTletate7new1920 model Overland touring car. Ford truck. Regal automobile, 6-H.P. Webber gasoline engme m.H P. United States gasoline in! Stine, DeLava) separator and other farming tool; apply to H. J, Conant. North Mont- 1 26t FOR SALEA,6telnway Grand piano In fine condition; a splendid instrument for a echoorhall or lodge room; price 1100.00; 'tlJ5'lanereTnmesi 22tl2 FOR SALE Overland touring ear for"$300": all new tirm I,t year; address Box 867. Montpelier,yt. j2tf CANARIES FOAXEYoung singenT: Mrs. J, K. Pine, Granitevlile, tel. 27-W. - 1 ltl VERY GOOD DR"EsaTVrr?!T XT.A'? shoata for sale; tel. 6S6-M; W. E. Nichols. ltf HAY FOR SALE Good qualTtTThere--; win . "uaaj' or not- 1 m'le from Willmmatown ; Orange Co. 'phone: H. 1. Martin, agent, Williamstown. Vt. 19tf rOR SALE A preparation "for cleaning 'i!Lnd marb,e monument: brightens - ... mrnnii ana mases the whole monu- U. r 1 1 i i , lilru I . ...II . V. . , w. ... n n . farm. In th. kT,ii,- o ITI'n my employ at wholesale prices: kSl . . . . i tnt more Information and state your experl- enough for home use; just out of tlai.innld )n ;, . ..i,i. will v Uage. ',, mile; would consider trading for ;n fVnaftieT F R Ketcher place in Montpelier or Barre: for further uiLJ 'w. 'l,':,rent,ee, E- R- lltci,f.,i I r l.wilrUX7, VI, 4 1.1 ESTATE OF GIOVANNI MOCHETTI State of Vermont, District of Washington,. The honorable probate court for the dis trict SToresaid, to all persons interested in the estate of Giovanni Morhetti, late of the city of Barre, in said district deceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, ald court ha assigned the 14th day of May next for examining and allowing the account of the administra tor of the estate of aaid deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimant of the tame, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all per sons interested in said estate by pttbliahing this order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaiwr published St the city ef Barre. in said district. THEREFORE, you are herrliy Potifled to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, In said district, on the oav sian.d. trier. snd there to contest the allowance ef said account if you see eau and lc establish your right a heirs, legatee and lawful claimant to said residue. Given under my hand, this 17th day of April, 1620. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Aprl9-26M3 SEE US IN OCR NEW LOCATION We are now ready to serve both old and new customers with s high grade of Jewelry. Repsir work guaranteed. 0. J. DODGE, th-2 Jeweler 24 ELM STREET SOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN" AGENTS WANTED HOW TO START IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF" is a little book sent free by a large titulary manufacturer selling it en tire output through special nrpneaentativta direct to The wearera;. it shows you how to build tor keep ana hrvw to make up to 1-..H") a year a some ana doing; write for it to-day; (.low knit Hosiery Co., rhitadel- phia, r. 2tl A GENERAL AGENCY CONTRACT WORTH HAVING-- Sell our accident snd health protection : 15. D0 accidental death. ! f weekly sickneas; $25 wuakly accident. $100 emergency relief. Ccat $10 per year. particulars address C. I. Silver. Plainfleld. Vt 2U2 VERMONT MONEY-MA K ING r"ARMS. at! sites, all prices; write for list, slating size wanted ; Chausse A Robillard, Burling ton, Vt. 17tt0 FARM FOR SALE 240 re,"oneof the best farm in Washington Co., ttuatd m t.a( Montpelier. a mile from P. O., mill and creamery, 4 mile from Montpeleir and 4 mile from Barre; for further particular address J. L. Buck, East Montpelier. Vt. 299tf FOR SALE Farm. 130 nrrw. junt mile from eity, with stock and tools if wsnted : rea son for selling, poor health ; tel. 47-W : Amos A. Hall. fStf WANTED A full gang of experienced saw mill help within tha next t weeks; good psv and not much to do : no one need apply unless wanting a steady job; for further pa r rieular. call on or write C. H. Utley. Marshfield. Vt 7tf ikm7 . T " I. , , "Y oie vn wnoia monu I5tn ,ment look clean and new: guaranteed; pricos n " ounivan, 114 J-arK tree, Barre. Vt jgtf FOR "SALE TwocTiaTrTarber shop; low rent and good location : reason for selling. Poor health; address "Barber Shop," this lStl6 FisrnLri7,S?Jr1- or bblBLACKblA M"ND. RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, flre and sunproof: 800 lbs. to bhl. ; i am ready to paint or repair your roofs: E. I,.Denmre, 1 Pleasant street. 12tf run oili-t,idy sugar place, about SO acres sugarhouse J0x40, new iron roof. 87$ sao bucket, Kler arch and evaporator, gath ering tank and reservoir, sugaring-off pan and arch, dry wood in the shed ; all for 1700 : the tools alone would cost more than the price asked ; I will pay 26c a pound for the ,,hJi,.,,e"r! Unri Jewrtt, sient Marhfleld.Vt. 2!6t7J CADILLAC 1013 five-naasenger tourinsrcB? ior aaie. inquire Harold Fitt. Tel. 60. WATCH THIS SPACE HELP WANTED FEMALE Wednesday. Thursday and Friday ; 2 to I p. m., Tueaday and Thursday. Montpelier Tueaday. Thursday and .Saturday, ft:o to 13 a. m. ; Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 1 ROOM J. CURRIER BLK.. Barre Tel.$62-W fuw!.t? mtn '"A 'Tmrn' ' w i Lnltcd Agency Co., finance Building. PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Sq Barre Tel. connection, 425-W starvdsrd mark of first and flnwrt ctsiIc svs h annotincement of ihr. rliantr sUtes. The hosiery will still gn by the Trams of Blsrk Cat and the unrlorwesr mamifarttirrd in Benninpton will still be called CoKiper's-Bennirigton. Sheriff Worthen of 8t. Johnshury ar rested William Moffett of Woodsville, N. H., Saturday and lodged him in the Caledonia county jail, rharinff him with breaking into the station of the Montpelier A Wells River railroad at foiith Ryetate Thursday night. At that time fM) belonging to the railroad and the American Kxpres company and a (fold watch were stolen. ' In mo niripal rourt MofTett was bound over to the June term of Caledonia rnunty court and returned to jail, with ball fixed at $1,000. Adrertisinj without Profit. It is remarkable that many Intelli gent men in mriting advertisements omit one of the m -t important th:njr i enjryed in all my :fe. I necr have an they hare to te l. the address. An '. ache or pain. I est anything I snt and couldn't even sit still and write a letter. I lost so much weight and strength I was almost too weak to walk, and I honestly believe no man in this world suffered any more than did. 'Last September I realised I could hold out no longer, and as I had read a (irat deal about Tanlar, I made up my mind to give it a trial. Well, sir. it was the greatest and happiest sur prise of my life, for I began to feel better right away. My appetite im proved, I began to sleep better and my strength gradually returned. So I kept riyht on taking the medli ine and in! only a few weeks' time my troubles! had all left me, ami I found I had gained I't pound in weight. j "Front tliat day to this I l,ae p.,j. tivelv been in the lwt health I ever; Are You Interested In LEARNING A good steady trade, whkh requires no special experience? EARNING High wages while learning, and atill higher wages thereafter? WORKING Short hours on Interesting work? LIVING Not only In one nf New England's moat progressive snd up-to-date cirim. hut slso in one of New England's must sttractive and healthful centers? ESTABLISHING Yourself permanently with one of th biggest and meet rapidly expanding industries in the United State, where working condition are of the beat, and each man receive a square deal ? ADVANCING In accordance with your ability? Any man who really want to get ahead i given every assistance. REMEMI1ER, OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS BUT ONCE WRITE DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY -Statins' pTTviovd occupation, mm, ailA htijrht and phyvicml ton- HARTFORD RUBBER WORKERS CO. HARTFORD. CT. MAKERS OF UNITED STATES TIRES Phils.. Pa. Choice Stock at AUCTION As I have sold my farm and must give poMesion, I will sell at public suit ion to the highest bidder, on the premises on Ihiiry Hill, so called, 2' j miles from Sou'h Royalton depot, on THURSDAY, APRIL 22 at I oVlixk in the afternoon, the fol lowing desrribed stork and txil.J: 20 Head of Cattle Holsteins and Jerseys D. A. PERRY Real Estate WANTED ,A capable girl for general house work ; inquire of Mrs. W. A. Bradford st 108 South Main street. Barre. 2tf GIRL WANTED FOR KITCHEN" WORK st 10 Central street: only 2 in family, 28t6' P U PIL Ni: RSES T W A NTED - Young wwtien to train as nunc at Barre City Hospital, Barre. 25tf OVH WEAVERS ARE NOW MAKING BIG PAY AND WE WANT A JEW MORE: we will pay 14.00 a week and furnish board and room free while weavers are learning, up to 2 weeks : we have an excellent board ing home, where board and room i fur nUhed at 14.60 per week : apply in person er wrte to Chaa. M. Davis A Co., Northfield Vail. Vt. 24112" WANTED A sood capable woman for a general housekeencr in small family: must be good cook ; apply to Mrs. H. Q. MrDon nell. t I. JO. 28tf WANTED- A waitress T Hale's TsvernTWel! River. Vt list Parr. 2Sltf u ivTfn :.ii j ... fil housework : etnte wages; address Mr. - . ll..',n!"" am,j"1- Cullen Msrtin. Windsor. Vt. 12tf WANTED A girl or womsn for general housework ; good wages ; permsnent peti tion : telephone Montpelier 129-4, Mrs. D. M. Burk. Middlesex. Vt. SOltf WANTED Pupil r.urses and attendants ist the Taunton State Hospital : wasrw IIS. 01) pee month with maintenance: for particulars sjdrma Dr Arthur V. Goes. Supt., Taunton Stat Hospital. Taunton. Man. 264tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP HELP WANTED Young men and women to tak positions a attendant at the Ver mont Stat Hospital for the Insane at Water bury: to those who desire, an opportunity of fered to attend mines' tranling course; ap ply at hospital Waterb-iry. Vt. ltf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE THREE FRESH COWS FOR SALETiibetv culm tested; also fresh egws delivered at your house; M. L. Baker, 'phone i82-ll. 29t TWO REGISTERED HOLSTEIN COWS FOR SALE Tuberculin tested; also 1 heifer ealf. S weeks old; Wm. G. Rogers. Washington, Vt. 29tfi FOR SALE--Hi'ghgeWneybuT from mv beet grade Guernsey cow ; 4 mo. , old. weighs 266 tbs. : sired by full blood owned bv A. T. Smith & Son; P. M. Can tel. S4-M. j7tf FOR SALE One cow. testedTaTsTrefrfgera:: tor; Jolin Silva. 23 River street, Barre. 28"tf AS WE lYAvE NO TJSE for or-2r.!d registered Guernsey bull nntll next winter, we hare decided to sell him: he is a fine In dividual and safe. aure. and riirht ever way ; if you want a good one at almost beef price, let ua hear form you ; also 3 extra nice Holstein bull calve, from our 3 very best cows : you can buy them "dirt cheap" : ntr FOR SALE "New Zealand rahhits. fullv ped'greed : callat J0Arademy street, itf FOR' SALE Two bred registered Berkshire sows ; alo 3 new milch Jersey cow, tu berculin tesved; John P. Benjamin, Jr.. tel. 103-R. ejotf POULTRY AND EGGS , T a run su.-n nite nynootte egg irom .111 IK I ! my 1st prite utility pen: 31.50 per IS; iE. R. Tarbox, 100 Berkley etreet, tel. y-'; Read This: E(;?;S f6rHATCHIN(J From mf prise I winninv stork of S. C. R. I. Reds and A S-ROOM COTTAGE HOUSE FOR SALE ' White Wyandotte (Martin strsini 310.00 Bath, electric Inrhts, cemented cellar. S j eer 100 and 3l.R0 for 15 ;B. F. Athertom. piasuu, all finished in natural wood, with Waterburr. Vt-: tel. 29-3. 20t5O a nice garage, henhouse, nice lawn, with a i RHODE ISLAND RED SETTING EGGS for garden, strawberry bed. large lot on a good , sale; good laying strain, 31.00 for 13; tel. street, for 32.800 small farm. or would trade for a S-4. 28t6' HEN ilOI'SE FOR SALE In grwd eondi- Sll-D A 90-ACRL FARM just put en the oV" K,wi ml t'.m,. SHOrLa.il nsa , - ., , i T rT" I , DHI7T, 47 'J 1 .1 rhaiue n buinvi: is loratt-d 1 mile fwm'SII.VEK CAMPINRS Etfiw for hatrhmir. a koM v.lla., rrramvry an.l yraJt-d ichooU, I iwr 9 chieka tju Apr. U8, S6c on a wood mam mud; this farm lays footi ! th ; Mm. H. J. Carr, tel. S'.Hf and ia in a hivh tii of ?ultivatio4. ; pU-niy j yyn SALE Rfwe Cfrnb Bnnrrt iiiirhorn of wood, nice fruit orchard, with a Rood i f,r iwtiine, a actting-j KmH pntrh of b!cKlerri-; ncvtr-lailiniT atrT j kh-t, Rirhnrd-inr. road. 29t e. tne noua ann nam; pirnTy ox nam room, extra Kood with thi farm which conMiats, of 1 had of cattle, mnntlv cowu and alao all th tools ; and if thm waa sold in a ahort tim would includa I fat hm. Tina farm ia loratvd within a very easy drive of Furre. The prke u right. HORSES AND VEHICLES HORSE WANTED for luf keVp during the summer: good care guaranteed; write to "P. T.." careTimeaorHce. 30t FOR SALE 1 heavy express wagon,. 1 second-hand buggy with long body. 1 rosd rsrt. 1 Ford car: can be seen at McLaod's blscksmith shop; Lowell McLeod. Barre. JOtf "Paintiryourself With"" 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 34 State Street Montpelier, Vermont Remember Our Harness Driving Harness. . .$25 to $38 Farm Harness '. . ;.$85 to $99; Express Harness... $35 to $50 Plenty of Collars, too. Some now fresh, lialnnre to frelien in Bummer and early fall, an extra good lot j one 10-montlis-old Holbein bull, yoke oven, weight about 3,nnt lbs. TOOLS j I silo a Zod kLuTJ. Aad PfRE-BREI) WHITE WYANDOTTE wk- FOR SAI.E-White Wyandotte setti ngs from H.wal pnie stock: 31.30 a setting; F. C. Wrtmore. 4 Wrren street. tit" WHUT. ROCK SETTING EGGS f atso White Lehgorn setting enr. both from standard strain- order now; F. R. Chase. 2 Mieh atreet, Rarre. K'tf BARRED PI.YMOIT1I ROCK EGGS FOR SIE-Good laying strain: Alexander Rennic. 00 South Main atreet. tel. 227-Y. txa CHICKS AND EGGS FOR SALE From my priie-winning utility stock of 8. C. R. I. Reds and White Wvandottea : "Reds that are Red." and 1st sll the year; eggs. 310.00 r loo. 31.30 for IS: chicks sfter April 20th. 323.00 Dr l"fl: will take eggs snd hstrh i for you at V each in my new Mammoth - i . . .k:..k . 1 . .1 1. . i . FOR FURTHER INFORMATION RE OARD NO THESE PROPERTIES AND A I LARuE LIST Or OTHERS. lNCIKE OF I J. J. DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENCY ! lluwland Bldg.. Barre -Tel. 370 VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Manager 4 Stat Strevt Montpelier. Vermont Buckeyes The Best Incubator Made -WANTED-SHIPYARD WORKERS Unskilled able-bodied men are paid $.58 per hour and upwards at the start. Interesting and steady employment. We can use expe rienced steel ship builders of any craft. Ninety-eight per cent of our riveting is on piece work. Call at the Employment Bureau, THE ATLANTIC CORPORATION, Portsmouth, N. II. FARMS FOR SALE ULimr rsuM ; hn.M 11 : i. i t'lniim which cannot ore-heat nd hatch poslotlk on tabot road; locUon on ef strong chicks : term. 30 per cent with or- h. h.i inr. IL h.,.. 'ft m. der: B. t. Atherton, tel. 2-3. wateHmre. all in fin ahape; veranda both sidiw. tele- I Vt. L6. hone and share of stock; bo-ft- bain with 1 I bef-metit. built 3 yrs. ago; running water TOOLS-!-.', -II. P. engine, plow, eul-, VJS? Uv., HOUSES TO RENT tivator. corn planter, corn sbeller. wheel i warm : smooth, machine-mowing fields, rood' . harrow horse rake horse fork No U ! pasture, ouit a Quantity cf timUr and TO RENT I'iSitairs tenement of 3 motn : . ', ' ..l ' wood; a nice home for someone. j with garden at S4 Elmwood avenue : Jn- Deljival rream separator, with no" 'nuire st rNn-e address. 3tU' puller, 'I boh sleds with liodv, pole and 73-ACRE FARM in South Csbot village, rood TENEMENT TO RE NT in house at rear ef shaft's, also small bodv to Jo on front hnildings. all in fine shape, all wainteo : ' vnT 'block. ICS No, Main street: inquire ners. band cider pres.. uuantity of ; Tn fl .40 w,7h TbnV s"d ;rm" "'r ' "" m- . phosphate, shingles and other articles not mentioned. Terms at time of sale. I.um-h for those coming from a dictanee. Sale will rwjfin promj'tly at I o'clock on Thursday, Ajiril 21. Sale positive. I. W. DODGE, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. henhouse 'snd toolhouse; good apple FOR RENT--Five-room tenement at 13 Ad- rhard: 23 acre timberuuid. i'i'0 sugar trees I dison p.aee: Inquire on rremieea. rtr with bucket and rns : bn.l lars nice: 3 mi. i TO RENT- Six-roi-m coetaee on Branrh to 3 R R. stations, MsrshMeld. Walrten sad i ,trrrt; rail 1-?1 Montpelier. tttf Any Incubator will sometime hatch some eha-kens from some egg, but a truly suc cessful Inculator is a machine that will hatch a chicken from every hatchable egg. It is se simple that ary boy or girl who tan read intelligently can operate a Buckeye Incubator jut a satisfactorily a an expe rienced operator. We positively guarantee that no previous experience is necessary to operate a Buckeye. You simply follow in struction and get a chick from every hatch able esrg that you put in the machine. We have a few Incubators left, all ready for business. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Telephone MISCELLANEOUS GARDENS FI.OWED-AUw furnish dres. ing for gardens; l. A. Moulton, 14 Clark street, off Pro pert atreet. 30tf FASTVRE FOR COWS-Goodli-g pasture near Uley street : call at 12 bixth street. trl 11J. 3'it.t I.AMFS"" AN'f) CENTS' CI.OTHINr; CLEANED. PRESSED AND REPAIRED I manufacture and retail tnaiaers and knea panu ; dree fm ane other arucles ia Wr-5riTi"?-: W"h " r"H f! i PSTAIRS TENEMENT of 4 mom. to rent tk.' Call at 10 M-rchant street. splendid location snd price right ; with or without stork snd toots I t s Footer street; Mrs. Eliiabeth Bughre. H. GOOIMAN. Barre I8t 3 Highland avenue tel. S-4-K. 1 -tr , Norn E -1 am still aWne? businea at "tkS adTertisemerrt may be mist ronv anl li'n"t i:r r ar.v I,! aft- r- fferts in tr rwarfiiTiir I r mwr.fj t ha . rhest made br Jones, but if no infor- ! mt ""; in fat- 1 f"1 J"" , l ""w mat ion is furn.shel rcpsr,Iir2 wSerejn-sn and have pleiitr ft strenir'i sr.l the rhet ran be bnichs, (he a lver'.t- I onrr-v. Mr nerves are stcarlv snrl ment is of little value. An eiab .rate ' , rrr , ,Ji7T an,, ir.ti ar pr nted in two e 1 .r ha b-en , , . . '. ', sent ... ..ffi.er, of musieal a.-iet... f mT WP ' rtfut mv.l re-re-1, n injr tbe.r npp'rt f r a mazaripe I- "Tsn!,ir ba l-n w.rt!i it :;! toted Jo rru-K-. ajid ihe writer of t !i .-inuisr appear to r m-nler it quite un-m-e-s'T to site :n t!c ;r-a'ar arr ":-! a M-e. r e-n ; !' .r ana? i'T -J-e rr.jsn i- r-;t. ;,.'- I. tdfri err -,t if '- -..t i, y li.iw a pfi.t :-i tl pr ?er. 1. " tH vtwrs t ti-.. I-1, -r i r i v o be lr;e. ;;.-' t .mi.rr. B : -e: in ;n ;i'l !.. H'-. f ! all fve tr-nt'r on -arb eviM r. b it tie .,.J i? bas -x- me. Tjt 'if le t 'A 'tl Vt rre I y ;. I .-. - re !iiis ( , in S f ! ! r Nat A. W'r-Vr. it tttf' y It I'jVii A ' r ':.. -l n V. 1, r.HTr by V- H. NeTBI"T Ad Men Wanted FOR THE FOLLOWING JOBS: 10 Union Bricklayers 2 Sheet Metal Workers 2 First-Class Slillwrisrhts 2 Fir?t-Clas Machinists ALSO LABORERS for different kinds of inside work LABORERS for outside Construction work POTMEN for S-hour furnace work Arply in person or write EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT ALUMINUM C OMPANY OF AMERICA, MASSENA, NEW YORK Setting Eggs and Poultry Reach the Buyer Through a Times Classified Ad. TRY ONE This letter ju.t received proves the value: "I had 5rch pood luck last year with your paper want to give you another adv.M 1JA S-DW WSDU I &, L. M . Jt if I -.. , TO 1 tmUficr: V-Urj house in good fliarw;! furnace heat, at f2 Brook atreet: Mrs . niture : ehair reseated with can er Id emri l,i barn iut m-entlr built ever: Eli raheih Bugbee. I IIhUnd avenue, !. fsshioned tket work: work called foe and euqirped with litter carrier and horse fork; S24-R. . 1 ' tT i delivered and I pay rartare CM war; all x shed room and tooihousa. large henhowe. Kt P. RENT A good 7 -motn eottege house, w.rk sstisfsctory. pnecs the ran aa last . i running water to house and bam: large bp- .nrine -ater. hath: Hatchelder streH : rear: thanking mr eustneMra for the wwk I pie orchard, extra smooth nk-e-Uying rlelde : ' jr w. !ctt. Bolster blnrk. 14tf thev have twn me in tne past, will tie gls I plenty of pasturing, the rtirbt kind: eti- nfVT-One 4-r.om len.t-eVit mo v ' ,n '" " J?,,LinI riew ew.t.nner : Geo. T. nt-d 10 M. tu . lumber and . lot -f FOR W NT One rn "ent . - lirkee 12 Orchard street. Barre. h iwood; this farm will run IS rev and team'. " . rhnee 4-'"-. 2".tl2 and can easily be made to do more: sevev TO N r f1"1 Cwnm e.viaeinjtiire er . j (- pOIv.E. HOt'SE PAINTER AVT e.ieht to get intemted in that deal uuxk Ar-nur Cole. Ss HeTniraiT st-eet. tf ppF.K-HANiiER IM Fouth Main str waea they se it and find out the price. .tENrMFNTS TO RENT One rorne. n , tel. S-V. nul 1 & rwms ; Mrs. J. T. Caliaghan. 44 Ta-k 1 ni vriv-- tr:n R.iifiM- A TX.UBI.E-TENEMENT HOl"5E Psrw. ' Mrt ,H. 174-W. rtf , PAL:. .L ll-.!! nv-!cr: al- j,; tel. lf-ll or call 172 No. Mais strwt. fW. su'tf I - - ..-vnvr rirTtvr; am arm i.-ns snd mscMmiia snot, n TENEMFNTS TO KENT AH build. n .'I in flrw shape, all paint-. , . r.r ;,-.. of Vr e roomy shop "'-re Inim , Fester .,:,. te! hop, rlenty of work for two me) " , ehrd and blacksmith shop l village. j cd. la rge i the rmr around and in a smd paying em- COTTAi.T l'Of.eE TO RENT Oa Vine vnk hy the lsy. hauime ahe er gar. munity. and a gmng to be sold: nvMi j tre-t : C L. tAoodwarth. Eastman r-k. ' hre Wrwn up siwsd, n'l as K tVve. j wwhine f.r property of this kind had better tf , Sell. rW.a Main itrnt, sr Wepkowe Wilt uot wait too long before retting inteM'ed. Fare. '-w S4tf WANTED IFOR SALE A dsndy p'aee in Mantfle'dl I villsc on Creamery stre : hxie, bar and herhnuse large enjeh for ?i'S hers; an acre of the best of land: ( nice rooms IsiVOfNB LALiT tk-i-i-s ''"- house, harriwwi lUrt. t lervrlc Urfts. nin-1 fc ch s. hot. nd cc-rtre gradate, !. - ning water and everytHnr a fne t cvpirBce: adurces "A. B. t.. ' car T-ne. : about the r'ace; ewner ruilt and rr-.red t i f er s aire Keens, and kevine- the fi-fina-f V.AVEII A fw m-h;nn a-d imi-ev: 'of . wife the property i fir le ,; f,v rf, da" -r ; adJ-r "M ". 1 at a bargain. tt 4 1 -v-. ief. - 1 . . .. . . . . WAXTED-Tis y.vr swia.'! tec- wi'h I er t r .-v , f !r id vit-m f. rr. i r v s!!- Pi'." I" T.m. .".;. i " ' EOR St! K -A f ne rs.dewce em M"a street In Vsrshfe'd vii;re. house fi t- a.id i rre-i : eHif 5 esie f i.it tf. rtwrhe sn srhrto ; Hutc-nt- in fn- thai-: wtnf ti.rh. n-reiiie wawr. K-rd wl -. 1 pl'asat rns. a lr-e ee.4wr : tarn; all in siifk ksre: pnre rr't I ! WANTED TO BUY NOTli t-J"k paid for at ruling prfc-e w,! e ri.ertei ty rue vhes roarf. are wait for me; J. W. Ryaa. Mel-.'-r. Xt. ;! l-.l'.ir FBK E PAID f or furr.it j-e. hed . ... .. i ' ri.- rvi'n wr. It, w ;.-K. At-raa) i ia. 4 Mat mrv.itr. t A.-.i IT" F rt.I" tor .. -:!-v. vet'. ft. ?t'i t:d. 1; sire, s'.-e FURNISH ED ROOMS TSea p-wr-rtie. t-o-k frw us' ti:ige. s XT1 I' - Tvn J rn a-, wnt Ix eri'T o t ree. It "r.n: bv.k r "ir : r- A. R. COl r, Art, Msr-hried. Vt. tel. 12-!- ll e.Ur le r I .mo.. Virr Ta : . - n tare; te-: U :Tif IHM1 i l H e.w-i.fcr,4 ft-is-. tew ed va . revwiee 4. amrtr tl' ks v. ir . vt. :i.-H. :.