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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening, of Interest frow Different Sections. Residents of Belmont have purchased ny subscription .jacKson ponu, owi wise known as Star lake. Brnttleboro merchant have decided to close their etoret Wednesday after noons during July, August and Sep tember, Rutland groeers are complaining that their customers have begun hoarding uar. Bales of from 700 to 1,000 pounds have been made. . Operations were commenced Tuesday , w. 1 i Ml. . i tlw.k tt xne Vermont oiik e.-uiiipauv m tfeboro. Only two winder are ready lor operation, dim, inirn as vmni arrive 25 girls will be employed. s Abut 50 Arlington women have filed requests to have their names placed on the check list for next March meeting. This is a much larger number than have done eo before. - Mr. Blanohe, Barrows has purchased the hotel in Cambridge, known for years as the American house, but a abort time ago renamed the Oamibridge inn, of John Gibson of, Burlington. &ne will take possession May 1., Clyde Craft, who for two years was engaged in work in St. Johnsbury, was fatally injured in a motor cycle ac cident in Rumney, N. H., dying Sunday at a hospital there. The car ran into a telephone pole, fracturing Mr. Craft's elbow and causing internal injuries. lie was 29 years old and has a brother, Leslie, employed in St. Johnsbury. The Green Mountain home, founded by Edward H. Everett of Old Benning ton for the care, maintenance, edu cation and instruction in agriculture and horticulture of the minor ions of oldiers and sailors who have served in the army or navy of the United States, or in the army or navy of any of the European governments allied ajjainet the central powers in the world, will open June 1. The Rutland railroad disclaims any responsibility for the payment of bills for injuries to Wilfred and Stanley Je rome on the College street crossing in Burlington April 24. The former boy was killed, but the other, although in jured, is expected to recover. The managers of the road say they have given warnings enough and that par ents must take the rest of the responsi bility for the safety of their children. The Grace Methodist church of St. Johnslm will erect this year in In dia a memorial chapel to the memory of the late Bishop Parker. Bishop Parker was a missionary in Tndia for over 60 years and his wife, Mr. Lois Parker, spent last summer in St. Johns bury. She returned to India last fall and wrote a short while ago to Rev. George Martin, paator of Grace church, and asked that the um of $150 be raised to build this chapel. The build ing conditions in India are unlike thoe in America and a chapel can be built for this amount. RE0CCUPYIN0 WAR AREA Red Crosa Commissioner Reports 4,300, 000 Back in Devastated Regions. The return to normal conditions In France is going along so rapidly that 4.300,000 inhabitants of the 4,700,000 who in pre-war days occupied the dev astated area have returned to their homes and will have the region under cultivation within a year, according to the Information brought to America by Lieut. Col. Knowlton Mixer of Buf falo, lied Cross commissioner to France. He said similar progress was being made in Belgium and reconstruction had gained such an impetus that the Red Cross relief activities in those two countries were approaching a close. "In such war renters as Rheims, St. Quentin, Lens and Chateau Thierry, between 25 and 75 per cent of the or iginal population are airain in their homes picking up the thread of life where it was broken off six years ago," aid Lieut. Col. Mixer, who has spent 1 months in the war-torn sections of France. "Religious services are being held in the partly restored cathedrals tf Rheims and Koyons. The cheerful eight of smoke pouring from some of the chimneys of Lille, Roubsix and other industrial centers in the formerly occupied area offers hone of a larger resumption of industrial activity in a comparatively short time." The Red Cross, he said, supplied farm implements which enabled thou sands of French farmers to restore their farms to the point where the ne cessities of life were being produced, while the French housewives had been enabled to keep pace with their hus bands in the process of rehabilitation by the assistance of American relief organizations, which have supplied large numbers of sewing machines and much household equipment. "Take, for example, a peasant fsrm e whom I saw from time to time in the heinin-des-Datne region," said Col. Mixer. "He moved last summer to the center of the battlefield, where his property lay, began plowing the lend without attempting to fill the shell holes) and with his own hands built four small buildings and a barn with the scraps of iron and wood picked up on the battlefield. He and his faraily liced in German concrete blockhouse. When I saw bim early in February be had at least 10 acres under culti vation and was operating a small poul try farm. His wife still was compelled ti tramp 12 kilometres to the nearest village and return for certain supplies which he could not himself produce. "The children in France are being dreaaed in clothes made by American women. French and Belgian mothers have thanked me with tears in their eyes for the help o given. " "Four hundred barracks salvaged by the American Bed Cr are still fx--ciipied by homeless refugee, and are being used as dwelling, schools, churches, food distribution centeis and civic centers. The deotin of ntirew and others who have aided in this work ol reconstruction is worthy of thehigh et prsie." The Bed l"ro distributed approxi mately 17n.O00.ms1 frsne-s' worth -f material at a ttominal ot anions the French refujree and fanner lat rear, -cording to Col. Mixer. The need of the French people are deereaeirj; and it has become iw:t!e to d vert urn- .liee of donated material t F.uia. o'snd and the Rs'ksns.-New York TlSlM Inevitable. TVe wost of the fcuhb'e reputatiCTi i that the Isrcer t f' the surer it it to burs' lk-t'- IraerC G. A. R. OF VERMONT. Will Meet at Rutland May 12 and 13 Program Arranged. A general order which covers the de-' tails of the annual state encampment of the Vermont Grand Army of the Re public has just been issued by Com mander A. T. Woodward and Assist ant Adjutant General D. L. M. Morgan of Rutland, the convention to meet in Rutland on May 12 and 13. There will be a reception given by the officers of the Woman's Relief corps to the national and department officers and comrades of the G. A. R., Spanish American war veterans, Sons of Veterans, American liCgion, Ladies of the ft. A. R., and their auxiliaries, in Grand Army hall on May 11 at 8 o'clock in the evening. A public eampfire -will be held at the Community house Wednesday, May 12, at 8 o'clock in the evening. Gov.' Clement and other officials of the state will be present. The order in part reads as follows: The 53d annual encampment of the department of Vermont, G. A. R., will be held in the city of Rutland, Vt., May 12 a.nd 13. Opening session 10 a. m., May 12. . Department headquarters during the encampment will be at Hotel Bardwell and will be open for business et 7 p. m., May 11. All comrades entitled to seats in the encampment are requested to present their credentials and receive their badges. The credentials commit tee will consist of Adjutant-General D. L. Morgan and Comrades C. E. Beach, post 2, and E. J. Foster, post 72. This committee will also be in ses sion May 12 from 8 to 0 a. m. The council of administration will meet at 8 p. m. May 11 to audit the accounts of assistant quartermaster general. , The Eternal Problem, is not of yesterday but of to-day and to-morrdV. If you can take care of Auction Sale Real Estate and Personal Property TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1920 at 9 o'clock a. m. sharp HOME FARM My home farm", consisting of 200 acres, in a high state of cultivation, known as the (Jeorge Osgood or Allie Hayward farm, situated 1 mile from East Ran dolph village on the road to Chelsea. 30 Cows 10 Head of Young Stock This is a lot of good, young cows; 1 registered Holstein bull, 2 years old, 2 shoats, 4 fat pigs, 30 hens. SIX HORSES One bay horse known as Peter, weight 1,100 the., right in every way; 1 cnest, nut mare, 5 years old, weight 1,175 lbs., right and safe for lady to drive; 1 pair gray mares, 8 and 9 years old, weight 2.HO0 lbs., rut in every way, 1 stal lion, color black, 2 years old, weight over 1,000 lbs., name Black Prince; 1 yearling colt. FARMING TOOLS 1 new ensilage cutter and 3l-foot carrier bought of Osgood &. Roundy, nearly new McCor- mick mowing machine, 1 pair of new trucks with 2 bodies, disc and smooth ing harrows, cultivators, horse hoe and plows, 1 light z-norse wagon, s new Babcoek bucrrv wacrons, 1 set of new 2-horse traverse sleds, 1 light sap sled, 2 pairs work harnesses nearly new, .1 driving harnesses, No. 17 I)e Laval cream separator, nearly new; 1 new Grimm sugar rig, consisting of evapo rator, V2xU ft., sngaring-off pa and arch. 700 tin buckets and covers. This outfit is all English tin and the best money can buy; draw tub and storage tank are tra.lvanir.ed : a lot of 18-inch stove wood, I new 8 fork hay tedder, grindstone, shovels, hoes, forks, new sleigh, corn planter, and many other articles too numerous to mention. Kverv article will be sold. Xo by- biddinir and sale positive. Remember, the date and be on hand early, as this is a large sale. Terms at sale. Lunch at noon. WILL GOSS, E. Randolph, Vt. B. H. ADAMS, Auctioneer. H. 0. BIXBV, Clerk. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. TTT?nrnx Howtand Building. Room IS. "Phone 9S-W. BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS KEAnOtTARTTRS FOR RELUME PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, V1CTROI.A3. S5OV0RAS. RECORDS AND SHEET MUSIC Leave ymif order hera for Plana Taaina Telephone S-W. Barr. VS. Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW VP-TO-P ATE EASY RIDING Calls (ram a distance St reasonable rata A. W. BADGER & CO.. Barre The Only Auto Ambulance la the City DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC TIIYSICIAN Oftc in Room S. Miles Ruildin TelepnoM Connection OFTICF HOUP.fr t a.nv to 1 S sn. eni ! :S te 4 a.m. Monday, Toeeday. Thursday and Friday Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS : It I U Utol Telephone 1-W SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION We are trm rrady to rm both id and new etowrs vita a kirt rrsde s Jciry. Kcvsir work rasraateed. , O. J. DODGE, tht Jeweler t ELM STREET SOLE AGENT "OB "BOSTON AVERICAN" MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Kt Rarre. Wehaterfille an4 Granite tharye. a-hiriftoa anJ W i!'it'to Ltg di-1ce trip M. J. WHITCOMR. East Harre, Vermont TtiXrHONE C.I W to-dav, life insurance will help you solve'tlie problems of to morrow. 71st vear. National Life Ins. Co. Mutual.) H. S. Ballard, genenil agent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt. GAIN WEIGHT AND STRENGTH With Bitro-Phosphate on $300 Guarantee NEW YORK. If you are feeling- run-down, tvwak, nrvou. tired-in-the-momintf, and generally ailinir, these are the aymptoms that should warn you to take care of your health. Four persons in every ten are naedms 1 V. .. in thai horiica. When YOU """ !--- .u wk hi win ana i . ui - - are anaemic, pale, frail, oft despondent thin ana irexiui pwvn .'-- - r lacking in energy, you may jook lor i i o 4jLin olMmenta that make for the a trona cuMiivuiivii. Some people, after relying upon prepare- 1 -Ui.A.. nf aulta nil HIM. . . i : ..Imh.1 jwi.livm nil. etc., wonder why they find no benefit. That u easuy expiainea Dy sn iiti u " i . i i I ! n . which sons nco ira ppm -y.. - . ni.l n hM th and con talneri in BITRO-l'HOSPHATE. the famous health preparation. Now obtainable every' The riitht thnttr for you to" do Is make I . i -r ijn'un DuncDH ATI.' hwfnmnir a1 irau oi hi i ' . once. It is not a patent medicine! the . ' !l 1 L. .. ..ni nhvlllialll formula is prwcriui ur . for the ailments and weaknesses mentioned "S.i. , h f UTTPn.PHORPHATE are a few simple health rules and a 1800 iuarn-.teo. Buy a box of BITRO-PHOS-PHATE. It is sold snd recommended by r a rimwn A Co. and all irood druKirists evorj where. uv, Real Estate and Personal Property at Auction The undersigned will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on the premises where I now live, 1 mile from Washington village on the road be tween WashiDgtou and Orange Center, on FlilDAY, APRIL 30 at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, the fol lowing described real estate and per sonal property: MY HOME FARM Containing about 100 aeres of land, suitably divided; tillage land lays level and is in a high state of cultivation; is known as one of the best producing farms in this section; 7-room house in very good shape; "is pleasantly located; barns in fair condition; running water at house and barn. 5 Head of Purebred Holsieins Lady Rival Pietertje, Xo. 14.1554; Puchess Korndyke Jarie. No. 403798; Duchess Heets Hengerveld, No. 4W17; 2 calves born Sept. 28 and Feb. 23, re spectively. Also 6 grades, all due to freshen in the fall; bay horse, 11 years old, good worker and driver; 1 seven- mouths-old grade call. TOOLS ATSD ..MACHINERY Hay tedder, 2-horse lumber wagon, express wagon, buggy wagon DrLaval cream separator, barrel churn, butter worker, one-half interest in Worcester-Kemp manure spreader. Also a quantity of household funiture. Terms at time of sale. Sale will be gin promptly at 1 o'clock Friday, April 30, 1020. E. F. BROWN, Owner. D. A, PERRY, Auctioneer. ARCHIE JOHNSTON SALES STABLE 7 SOUTH MAIN STREET. BARRE If You Want Good Horses See Our Stock HEINIXfiER dentist Offlre Honrs: 9 to 12. 1 to I and :0JU V Stringed Instruments Repaired REHAIRINd BOWS A SPECIALTY JAUES NICOL 41 Maf-le Arenue Telephone S71-W PIANO TTTTTTn Five years Ererett Piano Factory i years Hsllrtt IarM Piano Factory One year f'hi-i.-in Wiivmam Two One year f"hi-Xi-in Wsreroc Five years Clark & McMastrr B. ARTHUR REED Tel. 7-M Box 14&. Monlrvlier. Vt Leave ardees at Bailsy's Mmk Rooma, Barra, tel. SO-W HOWARD H.REID,D.D.S. HOWLAND BUTLD1NO Specializing In Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 1M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors te IS a m.. Tw4v, Wednesday, FHdsy sad Saturday ; t S Motirtay. WdiMdy. Tharsday and Frvtay : I ts I B ai , Twvday and Thnrd. M-vnplier Tueaoay. Thursdsy and Fsiurdsy. e-X4 ta f a. m. ; Monday. Wetnaaoay and Friday. 1 rt r. as , ROOM S. CURRIER BLK Barra Tel U2-W PERRY & NOONAN CNEXCFU.F.n FT "XT It A L FVrtVISHrNGS Hospital Ambulaar SrrvMw Undertakers and Licensed Embalmcrs Tel. SJS-W I .lie t Harre to liane ''i; 1 1 yr fr rale; Auction Sale CilyJiiclion Market SATURDAY, MAY 1 at 2 and 7 p. m. We will sell at 2 o'clock our usual line of household ' furnishings, includ ing a pood cottsge organ, 2 pood Sing er sewinp machines, child's sleiph, finh rods, mason's trowels, hox stove and pipe, kitchen clock, stone jars, a few pairs men's and boys' shoes, lot of ho siery and various articles. 'AT 3:30 O'CLOCK we shall sell op posite the market, x HORSE, good driver, buggy, express wagon, cutter, pung sleigh, light harness, work har ness, robes, blankets, sidehill plow, a new wheelbarrow, 9 pureblood hens, x rooster, cost $7.00, shovels, forks, rakes and other farm and garden tools, AT PRIVATE SALE, brass and iron beds, dropside couches, mattresses, feather beds, bedding, pedestal and square dining tables, kitchen tables, parlor, dining and kitchen chairs, dress ers, biby carriages, small art "squares and rugs, musical instruments, hang ing lamps, crockery, dinner sets, 2 Glenwood and 1 Crawford ranges, gas ranges and plates, 3 kerosene stoves, lawn mower, and a lot of miscellaneous property. GARDENS TO RENT, near Jones Brothers. Don't faiMo attend, as this is sure to be a good sale. 0. H, Hale, Auctioneer. LIVERY STOCK AT AUCT As I am going out of the business, 1 will sell at public auction on SATURDAY, MAY 1 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon on the premises in Montpelier, known as the Costes stable, at the rear of the Mont pelier House, the following described property: NINE HORSES Eight buggy wagons, 1 open wagon. 2-si-at surrey, 3 express wagons, set 2-hnrne filed. 3 hacks. 1 harcre. 12 sin gle sleighs, 2 two-seat sleighs, 1 three- f.t sleiuh. 10 Hinule harnesses, a nr. double harnesses, set hack harnesses, 11 u'intor rnhes. 14 heavv street blank ets, fl light street blankets, 12 fall lap robes, 11 Ught lap' roues, set qouuic work harnesses, lot of mats, whips, halters- and all other property used in connection with the business. Terms at time of sale. Saturday, May 1, at 10 o'clock. M. PEMBR00K, Owner. Dt A. PERRY, Auctioneer. Auction Sale OF PERSONAL PROPERTY ! As my lease runs out on the farm 1 now oecupy and I am to engage in other business, I will sell at public auction, on SATURDAY, MAY 1 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at the place where I now live, about 3 miles from Marnhtteld village, on the main road leading to llanville, the fol lowing personal property: 1 0 Cows Grade Holstcin and Jersey These cow s are good sire and all except two are under 5 years old; i are to freshen soon and balance to freshen in earlv fall; 1 bay mare, 9 years old, weijht about 1.000 Ins., sound, kind and all right; 1 shoati spring-tooth harrow, wheel harrow, cultivator, Mc Curmit'k mowing machine, horse rake. horse hoe, 2 expreas w agons, 2 buggy wagons, 1 pair work harnecses, I pair driving harnesses, single driving bar- . T : -L- '. 1 a ,.,-i rrr i , 4 u 1 1 ,n nes, eieiu, mi" -n ,, p.. . ( cream separator, cream csns, milk pails, i screen doors and a lot of smafl tools, such as shovels, chains, rakes, forks. etc. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Two beds and lprinr, 1 center table, 2 stands, Round Oak stove, 2 heet iron heaters, rhairx. and a lot of good not men tioned. These goods w ill tie sold to the highest bidder, as I have no lurmer use for them. Sale positive. Terms at time of sale. Lunch at noon. WILL HAKTSUH. V. R,.HTJDS0, Auctioneer. , WANTED AN EXPERIENCED MAN with thoroues i . j .nMMlHi huainni nam III- ployrd. want omitK a garaaw manecr or sau-tnn with some large concern ; fami air with all eers; can snow nmn ; a -hnr ; address Box 1. At" nc. Mr-ntr- It- WANTED-phJ with corn, eal- Kmissa. eesrvna. hrtnorrtvwos or eorva. w w . M Hmn ft Ointaarnti gvaran- XrA : hwrn'i Druat Stor. tu-tt., ANTTt Aa pprwTwd eirl aWirea r--tk wr. nerel fcousework : l "" tna : iiwj '9," Mir Time nV. t,W WANTED A few whin rd irorinraj will eil w n xier; aoarrw m. , car of Time ofJiea. i t ON WANTED SHIPYARD WORKERS Unskilled shle-bodied men are paid $.53 per hour and upwards at the start. Interesting and trady employment. We can u.e expe rienced 5tf el hip builders of any craft. Nirety-eiyht prr cent of our rivet in? is on piece work. CV.I at the Emplojmer.t D ;u a 1. THE ATLANTIC CORPORATION. Portsmouth. N. H. ESTATE OF ANNIE T. TIERNEY StsU of Vermont, Ptstrict of Washlwrton. . . The honorable probata court for the dis trict aforesaid, to tha heirs and all persons Interim ted in tha estate of Annie T. Tierney, late of the city of-Barre, in said district, decoded. GREETING : . WHEREAS, applicutlon hath been wade to this court, in writinz. by the administrator, Wilbur F. Shepard. praying- for license and authority to soil all of real estate of said deceased, to wit: Situated In Uie town of Barra, in said district, representin to said eourt thut it would be beneficial to, the heirs and all persons interested in the estate of said deceased, to sell said real eatate and convert the same into money. And bringimr into court the-consent and approbation in 'writing, of all the heirati said estate residinir in this state, and setting forth the situation of the real eatate. WHEKEUPON, the said court appointed and assini the 11th day of May. 12. at the probata office in Montpelier, in said district, to hear and decide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered public no tice thereof to be given to all persons inter eatad therein, by publishing said order, to gethsr with the time and place of hearing, three weeks succeaaivcly in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates in ths neighborhood of those persons Interested in said estate, all of which publication shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said eourt, at the time and place assigned, then and there in said court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you sea cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier. In said district, this 21st day of April. 1U20. FRANK I. MARTIN, Judge. Apr22-29May6 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF IRVING W. BATES The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate eourt for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demands of all persons agrainst the estate of Irving W. Bates, late of the town of Barre, in said district, deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notira that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the office of Fred L. Sargent, in the village of East Barra. in the town of Barre, in said district, on the 8th day of May and 8th day of Octo ber next, from 10 o'clock a. m. nntil 4 o'clock p. m., on each of said days, and t) et six months from tha 9th day of April. A. D. 1920, is tha time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowanre. Dated at the town of Barre, this 14th day of April. A. D. 1920. WILLIAM J. CLAPP., FKANK C. BANCROFT!, Commissioners. Aprl 6-22-29 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF ELI D. RICHARDS. The undersigned, having been appointed by tha honorable probate court for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Eli D. Rirhni. It of the cite of Barre. in said district, deceased, and all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby rive notice that we will meet for the purpoee aforeaald, at ths eity clerk a office in the city or Barre, in saia district, on the ISth day of May and lth day of October next, from 9 o'clock a- m. until 4 o'clock p. m., on each of said dajrs, and that aix month from the ISth day of Anrll. A. D. 1920. is the time limited by said court far said creditors to present their claims to us for examination anH allowance. Dated at the eity of Barre, this 22d day of April. A. D. 1920. , JAMES MACK AY, WILLIAM H. MESSER, Commissioners. Apr29May-13 ESTATE OF JOHAN D. JAKOBSON 8tateof Vermont. District of Washington, ta. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforeaaid. to all peon interested in th estate- of Johan D. Jakohson. late of the town of Barre, in said district, deceawed, GREETING : WHEREAS, said court has aeelgned th 2Mh day of May next for examining and al. Iminir tlx account of the administrator ef the i eatate of said dereaaed and for a decree of the residue of aaid estate to the lawful claimant of th same, and ordered thai punnc , ineraoi n given to an ptriaons mj-rr.i ' ald estate by publishing this order three ' weeks successively previous to th day .signed. In the Barr Daily Time, a newspa per published at the eity of Barre, In said 'dlstrirt , I THEREFORE, yoo are hereby notified to appear in prvw vimw in ssid district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowane of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatee and lawful rlairr.int to said residua, Given under my hand, tbi 28th day of April. I20" - FRANK J. iMARTIN, Judge. Apr2May-lJ ESTATE ( OF JOHN TOMASI State of Vermont, District of Washington. . Th honorsbl prohste court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested in th estate of John Tomasi. late of tha city of Harr. in said district, deceased. GHF.KTIVr,! WHEREAS, said court ha assigned th 21st day of May next for amimng and allowing; the account of the administrator of th estate of said defeased and for a deer ef the residue of said astat to th lawful claimant of the same, and orders that public notice thereof be given to all per. sons Interfered in ssid estate by publishing this order three weeks oceeslve!y previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Timn, a newspaper published St tb eity ef Barr. in ssid district! THEREFORE, you are hereby notified appear at th probate ofnr in Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, tl cn and there to contest th allowance ef said arrount if you s cause, nd to establish your right a heirs, legatee and lawful claimant to ssid residua. Given under my hand, this 28th day ef April, 19H0. FRANK J. MAKTJN. Judaw. Apr2tMayS-lt ESTATE OF LOUS D. TOMA8I State of VrmMit. District of Washington, . Th honorsbl probate eourt for th dis trict aforesaid, to all penon interested n the estate of Louis D. Tomasi. late f th city of Barre, In aaid district, deceased, GREETING WHEREAS, said eourt ha assigned the Jlst day of Mag net for examining and allowing the account of the administrator af Hi estate of ssid deceased and for a derrr of th residue of said estate to th lawful claimants of th same, and ordered that public notice thereof b riven to all parsons inter ested la said estate by publishing this order Ihrr. works ucrnwlvcly prevlou to the day assigned, in th Barr Daily Times, a news paper published at th eity of Barra, in said iwt'irt. THEREFORE, you are herrby notified to appear at th probate office In Montpelier, in said district, on the day aind. then nd there to eentast the allowance of said account rf yon see cans, and to establish your tight as heirs, leifaUe end lawful claimant to aaid rssidu. Given under my hand, this Iflth day pf April. 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judc. AnrtOMsyf-l LOSTNJ) FOUND LOST Tuesday aoon. in vicinity of Summer street ladies' pocket book containing $16 and gold pin ; finder return to Timra offVev 8t8 LOST-Msreh 1, dark blue rosary brads'in bn : will person eeen pirking lhn up kindly nd am to thai office ? . SStS LOST-Monday, a young colli dog. black and white: collar with Ik-enee t : fi niter return ta A. Bonanoli. 6 Smith s'reet. Barr. 84t ' Appointment as Guardian I hereby notify the public that, by order rf pn bate court, I have In en spfmnted guardian fver N'ormaa St'lay r4 t.ranue viikr and Barre Tew, and all bills owing ar ; more dua aaid Norman MrLray should be ;Si'v-t4d to me. No till rontrwaJ l Mr . McLeay will be pat Id unlava firl 4iprwvd by am KENNETH BITHANAV I Graniteville. Vt. April 1W. "3 Three Lines f dr 25c Th Time will publish Want. Lost end Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short sdver tisemrnUat the rate of three lines for twenty.flvs cent for the first Insertion and five cent for each subsequent insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE 8 houses, 16 acre lancl, bam. silo, express wagon, white flame lamp tmrners; Can't Clotf Oil burners; U. S. aeiiaratora ; enjrine and Randolph clutch pulleys; GH. Adams, 8outh Barre. 85t26 FOB SALEProperty on East Hill, consist ing of house and barn with sheds, i acres of land, on main road; spring of water; in fine location about t miles from city; must sell qijifk to close an estate; price and terms of sale upon application ; address "M. N. OV' Barre Dally Times. 85t6 FOR SALE Summer resort ; consist of S acres land. 6 camps furnished, large dance pavilion and dlnnig hall ; 6 row boat and motor boat, capacity 12 people; price rea sonable; for further particulars address W. Berry, 12Sllarretrcet, Montpelier. 6t6 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR A FARM Good house and barn on School street in Randolph : also 100-acr well-timbered lot 6 miles from Randolph; will give someone a good -deals George F. Lackey, Montpelier, tel. 87M-J c-r 150. ? FOR SALE One 2-tnoment house and 8 building lot on Pearl street, the Carver estate; James T. Marrion, admr. 2tf tOR 8 AEETwo tenement house at if Ad dison place; all in good condition; inauire of D. McDonald, J8 Addtton place. tf "GREENLEIGH," 205 S. Main treet, for aale; the semi-bungalow residence of ths late W. F. Milne, built within 8 years ; eon tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floor throughout, et tubs, cement el lar floor and steam heat : henhouse and 2 ex tra lot go with tha property ; appl tree, berry bushes, etc., and garden in good con dition; apply to Mm. W. F. Milne, tel. 2-M. tltt FOR SALE On of th most convenient end pleasantly located homes In Randolph, Vt., with all modern improvement, barn, wood shed, henhouse, workshop and garden ; jpsepn Hamilton, IS So. Pleasant street, Randolph, Vt. mgj FOR SALE Two-story, 2-teneent house, with good barn and cellar TSider house nd bsrn, all in good repair; each tenement has S rooms, electric light and bath : plenty of garden for both tenements ; th barn could, for a small amount of money, be mad into a 8-room tenement; this is good property to buy fo.- home or investment; sit uated at 14 Clark street; pric right; tele thon 68-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland buildingj ElwinL. Soott. 8t FOR SALE On Montpefiar road. I mile from Barre, 8-room house, modern im provements ; large piassa with vines on 8 sides : tsrn and henhouse and about 2 sire of good land; will sell at a reasonable price and terms if desired; Mrs. H. 6. Miles, tel. 217-X after 6 p. re. ,?4t THREE HOUSES FOR SALE to elos out an estate: the 8 house are located on th northerly side of Hal) street, numbers 20. 2. and 24: will be sold for the best ob tainable cash price; 8. Hollister Jackson, administrator. FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE Farm of about 126 aeres; will trade farm and take an automobile a part pay ; inquire S. A. Cleveland, Coventry, Vt. 88J.6 VERMONT MONEY-MAKING FARMS, , all is, all prices ; write for list, statin siia wanted; Chauss Bobillard, Burling- ton, VU 17t&0 FARM FOR" SATE 240 acre, on of the best farm in Washington Co., situated tn East Montpelier. 2 miles from P. O.. mill and creamery, t mile from Montpeleir and 4 mile from Barre; for further particular address J. L. Buck, East Montpelier, Vt. 299tf WANTED AN OFFER for this splendid river farm on the state road from Montpelier 'to Northfield. I owned by a nnn-restdent who instruct u to sell at the best offer received within the next few days. There are ISA aeres of land, suitably divided ; clapboarded bams with cement stable; S-room house recently paint ed outside; building are very good. Loca tion is exceptional, being only 1 mil or ha from 2 villa. and IV, or 3 mile from Northfield ; within easy drive of Montpelier. A farm that will eil with some improve ments at m.OSO.OO. Coet the present owner 44.600.0ft. If thinking of purchaning a farm, look thai over and submit your offer. Pleas bear in mind that it is to he sold within a few days, and no reasonable offer will b refused. Being located on macadam road, th property cn be shown any day by au tomobile, Obtain full particular from THE D. A. FERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY FARMS FOR RALE 40-ACRE FARM in Marshfleld. ml from posUifnce on Cabot road ; location an ef th be.; a larg 14 story house, in rooms, all in fine shape: veranda both sides, tele phone and share of stock; SO-ft barn with basement, built 3 yrs. ago: running water to hous and bam ; garage, henhouse end toolhouse: buildings all painted; land lay olhiiuse: buildings all painted: land lay rm; smooth, machine-mowing flelde. ed I -turea. quit a quantity of timbtx and ood; a nice home for someone. OS pasta wood 75-ACRE FARM in South Cabot village, good buildings, all in fine shape, ail painted; nicely finished room in houe; wid veran da in front: barn 4&x40 with basement and drop bay ; running water to hous and bam ; henhouse and toolhouse: good apple r chard : 26 err timberland. 200 sugar tree with bucket and pans: land lays nice: 6 rai. to 3 R. R. stations, Marahfield, Walden and West Danville: within 40 rods of school : a splendid location and price right; will (all with or without sloes ana tools. 14n-ACRK FARM in Marahfield, 1H ml. from postoffir ; 2-story house in good shape ; rood hi barn iuat recently built ever: euqipped with litter carrier and horse fork : hed room and toolhous. large henhouse. running water to house and barn: lanr ap pl orchard, extra smooth nice-laying fields : plenty of pasturing, the nahS kind; esti mated In0 M- ft of lumber and a lot of wood: this farm will run 1 cows and team and can easily be made to do more: someone eneht to get interested in this deal quick when they e it and find out th pric. a rvnirnt r TVNFMFKT HOUSF ftsrn TO RENT 3-rour tenement 1st floor The Ashl.BndcSJm,thKThopV Kthf village, building, a I ia fine hpe. all paint. ''"TV- . i, v . .J-l ed. lrg mosny shop. ox-hoeing fraa, an TO RENT Tenement at SJ Merchant atreet. id of thop. plenty of work for two meal also 4 tenement oa Wilier treet H in the year around and ia a good paying com- first-elas Shape: rmVm smproocmerts : munity. and is going to be old : nyonGo. W. Mnn, 64 Wellington street 2tf wwhing for property of this kind hed better I TO pF.NT Tenement of rooms: electri not Wait too long before geUing interested, j irnt,. nth. shed ; inquire of O. D. Bhurt- I r a Norh Miin ytreet 31tf FOR SALE -A dandy pW """"'f I foENf Averyplcasant upetaiw'tene- rillam on Craamery treet; house, barn 1 " Jr. , ' , ., j., t , ,, , ad heeihe. foe ben. : an i jrtirZ.: i v. i e .t-i- Kk. r-,- . u t mt i mi h -mm in , ning water nd evervthmr tn fine shi- "he , l."T ownuilt' and T-pV."ee3 for a nice horn, and haviaw tha misfortune ; of losing bis wif th property is for sale st a bargain. FOR 51I.F-A fine midene on Msin street in Marshfleld village, house and Sara nd rarden : opposite t storwi. elos to poetr SVe. churrhe nd school: buildinr in fne shape :' e-rie iinw. ".sine ..ire. - tarn : all ia sink shape: prle rtcht noora. l r lea Mint roovnp. a asnre noar i rtctit I Thee p-c pet-tie, nnth f a-v-w and vi'lare. ar advetvej to el : eta ha more. A. R. COLE. Art. Marhfid. Vt. tel. 1I-J. WANTED TO BUY WANTtO-feoate, krood sow and thrifty t r l-werks-otd p' : cnbe jt east y ar fcy artter or tiVrKara with low-r.t eh prire: Oranev Co. rhewe 4IB-JJ; P O. Kfno.ik tentrr. VI; rix J. (amp. Mf ANTEU-S or is r m-lcli ee. Jerie-s i prVfVrrVd : m o td. yen. and s-d ' in evrry wey : si.te -Set yoa kit n eri- l" Vri Wet-r: t" 4elen nrerf sver: J Henry V- swetcr. R. Boe . Msrstftrid V a.-tis r, , r Dim . 5 e.nr --.,ie. t mw. reie v.. Trow" "'S-R. Ahrsns F-. ! .je I l'SH mi: W P!P f mei. msw-e. r ,h. r-,r.,,T. h,o . -d ta. a -'!: I. rati re,n . rlx. tes ' HWI -r-e. i :.- ' WVTtI T -.' .iraw : t-a- 4.4. M Jt'tl .. . rrx . .t.. e..,. . ..f .: iu ' ' . - . . -. ftmH sa J r O tint. ! ,t- HELP WANTED MALE WANTED 30 to 60 men, 60s par hour; company retains boardinghouse near ihe ni-nt w H,wn uAi-um New Haven Rendering Co., New Haven, Conn., E. Car - tor, manager. . 88t8 WANTED A man for general farm work; apply by letter to "F. W.," care Time office. . ?'t6 WANTED M'iKht clirk' and bellboy : also waitress; Jerome F. Hale, Well Kivr'jVtY ANf i'LWAbout Maino7anainer and night watchman for stuam saw-mill ; state waa-es wnnted and experience in first letter ; R. J. Miller Ricker Mills, Vt. 3btS WANTED Planer and edge; Haskell A Swain, Plaineld.Vt. ; 8W WANTED Fifty men to work iii rendering plant ; 60 cent an hour ; New Haven Ren derinff Co., Waterbury. Conn. ; apply to r red Bird, care of the company. WANTED Middle-aged man for kitchen worn; also a bellman; w. r. ws,.""- terbury fnn Waterbury. Vt. . 8ptf WANTED A first-class leftexer arid carver In a live eity of 26.000 near Buffalo, Niag ara Fall and a good beach : Ught, airy shop and warm in winter; steady work all th year ; will pay for man that can produce the goods; address Lardner Brothers, Lock port. H. y. , , 36t8 WANTEDMan on farm: would consider a boy ; H. B. Lanelainfleld. ?t WANTED A" young man, American Italian preferred, bf good address, who can speak Italian ; must be capable stone cutter and should have soma experience in solklling or willing to learn ame; good territory and fine climate; addrta "K. B.," thi offlc. 86t8 WARRlfMEN ATTENTl67Here I a good opportunity for one or more men to operate a fully equipped granite quarry, near Barre, on a percentage basis, with guaran teed market ; great chance for the right par ties to make eome money; inquire by letter to "B. T.," care Time office, for further particulars. ,8 WANTED General manager who I familiar with the lumber market: a good oppor tunity for the right man; Nekon Lumber Coj Box 467, Barra. Vt. 83t? WANTED A young "man to learn drug ' business ; young man with several years high school education preferred; reply to Red Cross Pharmacy. 83tf WANTED Young msn, 18 to 18. mechani cally inclined, to do general store work with opportunity to learn a trade; apply by letter to "Montpelier Store," ear Time office. fltf HALE'S BARBER SCHOOLS 814 WasV inirton street. Boston, Mass. ; wages, room, board, railroad ticket furntahed by "61 Co operative Propositions"; get particulars. WANTED 8 experienced automobile me chanie at once; good salary end perma nent position to th right men : apply at Palae Garaare. Barre. Vt 8tf WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Woodbury. Vt. ; open shop quarry from Mar. 1, 1920 : wanted now. 2 eomnlta derrick crews ; I have a general tr and fnrniah good to men in my employ at wholesale price : house rent at 88.M to 810.00 per month ; surface auarrv and good machinery; write for more information and tat your experi ence in a granite or marble ouarry : will Mr ..!;,.. V, R. Fletcher. Woodbury. Vt. 1 WANTED T full gang of experienced saw mill help within the next 2 weeks: good par and not much t de! no en need apply nnleaa wanting steady job: for further par ticulars, call on or write C. H, Utley. Marahfield. Vt. ?tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Barre. girl at once ; apply Hotel 88t8 WANTED v j once, girl for general house work; no cooking; Mr. C. H. Munn. Fairlee. Vt 87tS WANTED Woman for housework on a farm ; good wage ; write to "A., care Time office. 34t6 PUPIL NURSES WANTED Younr women to train a nurse at Barre City Hospital, Bsrre. , 2stf WANTED A middle-aged woman for gen eral housework r state wage ; address Mrs. Cullan Martin. Windsor, Vt. 12tf WANTED "A girl or woman for general houework : arood waeea ; permanent posi tion : telephone Montpelier 129-4, Mrs. D. M. Buck. Middlesex.Vt WANTEDPupi! rure nd attendant at th Tsunton Stat Hnpitl ; wage 83K.f0 pee month with maintenance : for particular Mrr Pr. Arthur V. Gowi. Supt, Taunton Stat Hospital. Taunton. Mas. 264tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP HELP WANTED Young men and women to tk position a attendant at the Ver mon t State Hospital for the Insane at Water bury: to those who desire, an opportunity of fered to atlend nurses' rranling course ; ap ply at hosnitaL Wtb-irr. Vt 19tf POULTRYAND EGGS FOR SALE White Wyndotte eggs from my heavy laying strain ; S. E. Perry. 66 Maple avenue, Barre. 'phone 172-W, 85t6 SINGLE COMB Bl'FF ORPiNGTONEOG8 for hatrhing from the beet strain of Buff Orpingtons in the country : won 6 1st prixe at the Vermont State Fair and 4 1st at Barre 1919; pr-ces reasonable ; write for mating list: J. P. Corskle. 84tf BHODE ISLAND RED SETTING EGGS for sale; good laying strain, 31.00 for 13; tel. 3-4. 84tS BLACK ORPINGTON EGGS FOR SETTING 31 6 for 16 eggs; inquire D. A. Perry. tel. 199-M. 84t FCR"SALE-Wrhlte Wysndotfe efga from my 1st prise utility pen: 31.60 per 1": E. R. Tarbox, 100 Berkley street, tel 729-W. 2S118 EGGSFOR HATCHING From "niy priie )Tk" f ,; R'..lliB7 White Wyandotte. -Martin .train I ner 100 and SI RS f..r 16.B. r. A Waterbury. Vt. : t-1. -S winnine stock or s. 1. K. I. Ken ani ii 610.no Athertnn. 20t0 SILVER CAMPINT3 E"rs for hatching. 11 SO ner IS: cMcks one Apr. is, znr arh : Mr. H Jl t srr. tel. SC4-22. 21tf WHITE ROCK SETTING TC.r.S : also Whito Leheom setting eevi. h"th from stannard strains: order now; F. R. Chase, 2 liivh street, Psrr. l-'rf BARRED PLYMOUTH ROfK EGOS FOR SALE Good laying strain; Alexsnder Rrnnte. 200 South Main street, tL 227-Y. Stlsat HOUSES TO RENT TENEMENT TO RENT All modern ; in quire of Mrs. Ja. A hern, 41 Eastern ave nue : teWphon24S-W1 StUf TO RENT Tenement on-Elmore street; in cons repair; bath; Mrs. Edith M. Carr. tel. 4S4-M. . Stf FOR RENT-Ab utataira tenement of 8 room with ga and electric light t 16"- Seminary street: will rent for 313.00 per month; inquire of F. G. Howell. Barre, Vt 3SII2 ly papered: 4 closet. 4 drawers. 2 e up- boards rent 89 or 3IS: realty April 24: .nrlr downeUir. or to Mr. G.arge. 1. A ver, "1 atreee. .. TO RENT Upstair tenemeni o with vardc,T at 4 Eimjod a off S rooms : venue : in- QUir St lVV p-Miree. H1! TENEMENT TO RENT in house at rear of ' Cumer block. 1 No. Main treet : inquire of R. S. Carrier after ; p. m, 20 FjwJ ' , . ear zftf orvTrtvmom tennment at 18 Ad- m - . ... , i I .. . - i FOK KENT A sooa ,-remi eetisMr noe. , peina water, nam : nawneioer H W. Scott Pol'ter hloek 14tf FOR RFNT One 4 -room tee.ment ; apv j at ?4 l.iberrr trt. tel. J6I-M Sif ( T( RFNT - Se-en m-m ottat-e; irxiair of Arthur t o'e. S fVminsT street. -icOTTSt-.r ltOl'FF. TO RENT Oa Vine j etreet; G I. iSoodwerth. Rutmsi for . " Ben;e. MISCELLANEOUS H EN-D AVrinoNErR rt.t "'"v?1??; .L.reTT alt; N. k. phone Ul-U . Oracn t. At tTiovrrR R. H. Ir.nrirvn M.OWFD A l-o furnieh drr- m. fo. c-.rofws! t". A. H'-wiloa. 14 tl- tf - - , f TUT FOR CO; '' -" ttu"e , ... M ,lley strret : .si! t I: f nth lt-e !h. " . ' j , tw:.;K. WOt i-T. fAlVfl ANT ' ' ' ' p Vf f i A .K M.r itr. ,,i v I t. VTCVE 1 T9'- klf !? rH riOrtSlt , r. the ety a". o far- r'l' of- aeo. we, C ' K Ie - - - . e-r- mm: rare. I FOR SALE FOR SALE 1 soda'fountain, 2 'wire-leg t blra, wire-leg chairs, wlre-letr tools, t orungmae tank, one lb-gal. ic cream cant" i. net one 20-gal. Ice cream cabinet, 1 cigar jce 4fUxgxl, I small counter, 1 cash regis- ior, i suiK ior wasning ana draining glasses, 1 violin, and assortment of tins Jor making brick ice cream, 1 wood bed ; tha aliove good must be wild to settle estate; F. L. Jcrd. adm..Rridolph, Vt. . 89t FOR SALE New Eureka corn ptonteKW tone hay loadtr, Randolph "76" plow, epringtooth harrow,-wndtr, wheel harrow; CharW S. Riddel. Wllliamstown, Orange Co. Jphonc. : j . SDtl 1 FOR SALE Household furniture, Perfection oil stoves, kitchen ranges burning wood or coal ; Ahram Fine, 46 Maple avenue. 8Ht FOR BLEChinaVlosci," kitchen" eupboariC ha 11 rack, 2 drawers, cradle, and other household artlcleei22Orange Itreet. 8t5 FOK "SALE New 1820 Velie Bix : ha never been run; will sell below coat; address D..car .Times office. 87tf FOR -SALE A DeLaval separator and a 2-horae iioe; O. Smith. 6U7 North Main street, telephone 72-M. . 17U- tOR'SALETry Mrs. Winter' strawberry plant again; good, reliable varieaiaat Haveruuid, Crescent, and Senator Dunlap; . good producer and good color; any quanti ty leas than; 600. 61.00 per hundred, or 88.00 per 1,000 ; telephone 289-W morning or evening. jgt6 FOR SALE First-claas hay, registered Hol stcin bulLcalves, also good mare, aafo for woman to drive; Leo Bertrand, Ulepbon 4J8-M. 38t6 GRANITE AND MARBLE RETAIL MONUMENTAL BUSINESS . FOR SALE ; LOCATED IN THE RICHEST COUNTY IN N. E. ; GOOD CHANCE ! . FOR TWO PRACTICAL WORKMEN TO STEP INTO GOOD BUSINESS I REASON FOR SELLING. 1 WISH TO RETIRE: ! . . FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS I -"W" CARE OF TIMES. ' ' '. S8U 1 GROCERY STORE FOR SALEAti7t Bethel, Vt ; owner unable to handle th business desires to dispose of it at once) would exchange for small farm ; address Box 71, EjitBethel, Vt 88tS FOR SALE -Well Rod Kidney Beans, rust resistant, heavy yieldera, and commanding high price ; require a little longer season than soldier beans : our crop tested for ger mination by New York Bute College of Ag riculture; price, 810 per bu. : 100 bu. of mixed buckwheat and India wheat at 81.78 per bu. ; Th Dimock Orchard, East Corinth. Vt. 88t6 STRAWBERRY PLANTS Warfield, Senator Dunlan, Excelsior, fl per 100; Sample. 11.60; Everbearing, 32.60; postpaid: discount on large order ; C. C, Paine, Bethel. Vt 87tl MILK ROUTE FOR SALE A I am short of heip, 1 wish to . dispose of my milk route in Williamatown J also White Leghorn and Indian Runner ducks' egg for hatching, 31.00 per etting; C. W. Seaver, Williams town. Vt 86t4 BELGIAN RABBITS FOR SALE A few nice ones ; cheap if taken at once ; call after 6 p. m. ; L. W. Sanborn, 161 Washington street over Cameron s Btore. 84 tf FOR SALE Strawberry plant i FairfleloC an early variety; Gandy, late variety; prices, 31.00 per hundred. 37.60 per M. ; red raspberry plant: Marlboro, an early vari ety, has witlutood 60 below xe.ro without in jury. 26 for 81.00, 33.60 per hundred; i. E. Mitchell. R. F. D. 2, Barre, 'phone 223-J. 88tf FOR SALE Two tactically new 2-ton Peer- lee hoixU, with curved and straight rails, bolts and bracket : LaClair & McNulty. 27tf CANARIES FOR SALE Young singers"; Mrs. 1. K. Pirie. raniteville. tel. 27-W. iitie VERY GOOD DRESSING FOR GARDENS Also shunts for sale; tel. 666-M ; W. E. Nicnols. 21tf FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monument ; brighten up th lettering and make the .whole monu ment look clean and new ; guaranteed : prices on application: James Sullivan, 114 Park street, Barre. Vt 18tf FOR SALE-Ry eal. or bbl.. BLACK DIA MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, fir and sunproof ; 600 lbs. to bhl. : T am ready to paint or repair your roofs : E. L. Densmore. 1 Pleasant street 12tf '"ADILLAC 191S flve-naasenger touring nl for sale. Inquire Harold Fitto, Tel. 6", Barre. fSltf -LIVESTOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE -Four regutrred Holtein-Frie ian row, due to freshen soon ; E. C. -Taylor, Tinmouth, Vt 87t3 WANTErC-Cow ind sheep for my psstur at South Woodbury, Vt ; L. C. Swani. Plainfleld. Vt 88t6 FOR' SALE Two-year-old Ayrshire bull. 'a good on: can be registered : sir import ed: A. A. Lyndea, Marehfield. Vt 84t FOR SALE Good grade Guernsey cow, 6 year old. to freshen within a few dsy ! P. M. Csrr. 82tf FOR" SALE Extra nice 4-a-eeks-old pigs; White Chester; Dan W. Ldd. Brre: tel. 8S7-12. 82tl2 PIGS FOR SALE Nin purebred Berk- shire, born April 1 : 6 mle.s 4 female r 310 each: Dean P. Town, Plainfleld, Vt, N. E. 'phone 2-J2. ; lit FOR SALE One cow. tea ted ; also refrigera. tor; John Silva, 23 River street Bsrre. 260tf FOR SALE New Zeauind rabbit, fnllv ' ' pedigreed ; call at 80 Academy street. 3tf " HORSES AND VEHICLES . . FOR SALE -As I have no further use for him. I will sell my T-yr.-old black, horse.,. weiehing 1.200 lbs. : sound and kind ; a good ' worker and driver: mny be seen at Smith 4k Cuming barn ; F. P. Townsend at store. 7tf LiGHTFJCPRESS WAGON FOR SALE Also a few loads of rarden dressing; 218 South Main street tel. 806-M ; W. P. Purke. - STtse FOR SALE A S-yr.-old horse: sound in . every way: good driver; stands without hitching: wcirhs bet wegn 1,0'ifl nd 1.100 lbs. ; used on delivery team to be replsced by- J auto truck; T. C. McCarthy, 107 South Main street ; 8'f-, FOR SALE - Horse 9 year old, weighing about 1.000 lbs. : good worker cr drii-er : safe foe lady: Clarence Moulton. 14 Clark street 34tf . Discount Sale of Tires ; Continues All This Week Onr bie atock ef Hieh-Grade Tirea. Fabric and Cords, all 1 t 10 par cent discount till May 1st VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C, COLTON. Manseer 1 64 Stat Street Montpelier. Vermont Bijr Stock of Accessories All Grades of Oil Gasoline on Draught ' Free Air always on tap , Day or Night Storage ' VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. . . W. C- COLTON Manager 84 Sula Jltrert M Jip.wr. Vermont BAKERY WAGON t;oon rsrn waoon in fink. CONDITION MARSH-ALLEN CO. K Tl. ls Oea Co. WANTED arond-Ksnd. o..H. Fei Waeorat For Cask oe la Trade. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E- Tet l Oranee to. Pnon THEY HAVE ARRIVED t 'r.pprN fFmFRS SVTt WHTTL tOFJt irk IN TOt iiu mir. iu vtai.a A M'vvrF iov;r. t)VE ANI SEE. MARSH-ALLEN CO. F TM I 0tce CrsaT!tir ' FURNISHED ROOMS l' krr Tv rnt wm e r tuort. : -...oeej ew vr.io-Tie-d. for urM .r:"irt. .r j u-- O. L. tlt?0rta. ef .a ei .- S "t mo 1 1 r Miif r p.-h to Kr.vf f-.t otiw-r nh 4io pore S . V- ll R h i. : j o.' w wv t e