THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, MAY 5,
ABOUT THE STATE
Happenings of Interest from
The Rutland hospital drive fdr funds
had realized $,1310 up to Monday
John Spargo of Old Bennington has
joined the staff of The Independent, a
New York weekly.
M. A. Bundy of Burlington has been
awarded the contract for constructing
the cement pavement on Main street
in Enosburg Falls. I
A. E. Sherman caught in a trap in
his deoryard in Ludlow village on a
recent night a large gray wildcat,
weighing 14 pounds. A large deer also
came into the yard not long ago,
. . .
The Danby four corners correspon
dent reports that 46 years ago May 1
the snow was a foot deep on the level
there and the sleighing was good, ex
cept that the roads were badly drifted.
Now that residents of Belmont have
purchased Starr lake and all the land
surrounding it, they have applied to
the state and government fisheries for
vellow perch and black bass for stock
' Maple sugar producers of Underbill,
Jericho and West Bolton have had a
meeting looking toward an organiza
tion for co-operative sugar marketing.
r1 ' .. . M.Avn aliu.fa.1 an1
I euii'l su y uiiHTia nno I..Y 17.1 hiii
formal organization will be made later.
Dr. F. M. Derwacter has resigned the
pastorate of the North Bennington
Baptist church, the resignation to take
effect the third Sunday in June. Dr.
and Mrs. Derwacter will work in a for
eign field, having been accepted by the
Harlow K. f.raves of Sheldon, who
sued Oakley T. Green of Sheldon for
alienating his wife's affections, has
withdrawn his suit and signed a state
ment that he is convinced the charge
was unwarranted. The case was to
have been tried at the September term
of Franklin county court.
The men of MiddleUiry college voted
to institute the daylight saving plan
there, but the women of the college
voted against it. and, as their consent
was necessary, the old time will be
continued. The women contended that
the plan would interfere with the
schedules of the gills teaching in the
William S. Mayo of Albany, N. V.,
lias brought suit for $20,000 against
"the Rutland railroad as a result of
the wreck at Rockingham March 14.
Mr. Mayo alleges that he received in
juries and a shook to his nervous sys
tem which have made him ill ever since
the wreck, as he was in the smoking
car of the lireen Mountain flyer.
Mayor Dunn of Rutland lias nomi
nated John 1 Reedy as chief of the
fire department, in place of A. A.
t'ourcelle, who resigned last week with
other members of the department. An
increase of salary of $100 a year was
granted at the aldermen's meeting
. f 1 .... t . .f .anil dfaman wit h
liinnav criiuif$ mwuu.., ......
a bonus of $100 besides, to be paid at
the end of the year. Mr. C'ourcelle and
1.. F. Pollard, another fireman, who re
signed, are working in the Rutland
BUSINESS MAN RETIRES
William F. Burditt, Rutland, Transfers
Interest t.o Sons.
Rutland, May 5 William F. Burditt,
one of Rutland's oldest business men,
has retired, transferring his interest in
Burditt brothers' establishment to his
sons. Wilbert K. Burditt and George N.
K. Burditt, who have been associated
with him several years. The concern
... 11.- ! a - 1 1 n.
nsnnies grain, nuur ami .. im
late Jay Gould was interested in it in
itu early days.
' Says Vermont Cows Need Feed.
Burlington. May 4. "Cows in the
state of Vermont are in more un
healthy condition this year than they
have been for number of years and
the fanners of the state attribute the
cause of this to the high cot of grain
and other foodHtuffs for the cattle,"
says John Fuller, officer for the Hu
mane society, who has been doing con
siderable investigating in this section
during the past few weeks.
A large number of investigations
have been made on farms in the vi
cinity of Burlington and in Chittenden
county during the past few weeks and
Mr. Fuller says the cattle were never
so poorly fed ind taken care of as they
are at present.
CABOT COW TEST.
Tabic Showing Results During; the
Month of April.
The following table gives the names
of the owners and records of the cows
in the Cabot row test association which
have produced more than 40 pounds of
butterfat or 1.000 pounds of milk dur
ing the .10-day period ending April 30:
Owner " Breed l.ha. Lbs.b't
of cow. of cow. milk, t'rf'nt.
W. I. Abbott G..?. . f79 44.1
Ralph White G.J. .'! 51.7
F. 4 M. Kirk ford ..G.J. 1,000 4!.
F. & M. Kick ford.. sH. rt4 40.
Jim Craig G.M. M7 4V
Jim Craig .: (Ml. 1.037 40.4
Jim (Yai G.H. ! 40.
Jim (Yaig G.H. l.lMrt 37.7
John Chandler G.J. Ml 40.5
John Oiandlcr G.J. 40.
John (bandler G.G. 0K5 4!3
.Min Chandler G.H. 1.010 44 4
Aarn Kolton Gil. I.4H 45.
Aaron Ifcdton G.H. 1.031
Aaron Bolton G.H. IA'7 4rt.I
Aaron Bolton G.H. l.iam 3!.
Aaron Bolton G.H. l.WI 414
Aaron Bolton G.H. 1.153 40.4
Aaron Bolton G.H. !." 3.
Aaron Bolton G.H. 1.02 37.5
Aaron Bolton G.H. 1.013 .74
Walker Bros. R.J. 77 .-.2.7
Walker Bro R .I. h.M 4". 4
Angus Smith ...... RH. 1.27 34 7
Angus Smith R-H. 1.371. 41"
Anirus Smith R H. 1.132 5.1.2
Angu Smith G.H. Infill 3 I
Anjus Smith G H. IAW ft
.tnnn. Smith R H. 12! .K.3
Angus Smith RH. 1JO0 293
Annus Smith R H. 1.272 3T 4
Anjrus Smith .G H. 1.052 32
Aniis Smith R H. 1.21 37.1
Anjju Smith R H 1.122 32.
iticge Snntii G.J. Si 417
icyre Smith G.J. l-2' 51.7
Verf.Vewrt G.J. l."41 44 1
Metl Mnr G.J. !) 40-i
W. I. Abbott, Present
E. W. Sargent, f?ial Tester.
BE TAKEN RIGHT
Bayer Company, Who Introduced As
pirin in 1900, Give Proper
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" can be
taken safely for Colds, Headache,
Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lum
bago, Rheumatism, joint Pains, Neuri
tis, and Pain generally.
To get quick relief follow carefully
the safe and proper directions in each
unbroken package of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin." This package is plainly
stamped with the Bafety "Bayer Crogs."
The "Bayer Cross" means the genu
ine, world-famous v.Agpinn prescribed
by physicians for over eighteen years.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost
but a few cents. Druggists also sell
larger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin is
the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture
of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid.
DISAGREEABLE APRIL WEATHER
Greatest Precipitation in Any April in
Last 34 Years. .
Northfield, May 5. The local weath
er record for April shows a mean
temperature of 37 degrees, which is
three degrees below the normal April
temperature. The highest was 67 de
grees, on the 20th, and the lowest was
17 degrees, on- the 8th. The greatest
daily range was 41 degrees, on the 20th,
and the least daily range was four de
grees, on the 23rd. The precipitation
amounted to 5.12 inches, which is the
greatest for any April in the lust 34
years and three inches above the nor
mal for the month. The prevailing
wind was from the south, the total
movement 0,233 miles, the average
hourly velocity 8.7 miles, and the max
imum velocity 36 miles per hour, from
the southwest on the 3rd. The month
was made up of five clear, three partly
cloudy and 22 cloudy days. Precipita
tion in quantity sufficient to measure
occurred on 15 days and the total
amount included 4.1 inches of snow.
Sleet fell on the 2nd, a thunderstorm
occurred on the 5th, auroras were noted
on the 17th. 19th and 20th, a lunar
halo on the 2(ith and fog on the 28th.
GAPT. HILL HAD
TO LEAVE HIS SHIP
Could Not Walk Ten Feet
Until Tanlac Restored
His Health, He
"I really could not let you go with
out telling of the good Tanlac has
done me, for anyone who has been ben
efited as I have by Tanlac should not
only be willing but anxious for the
sake of others to tell it," said Captain
Ernet H. Hill, 52 Chestnut street,
Portland, Me., while telling of his won
derful experience to a Tanlac repre
sentative recently. Captain Hill, who
for ten years was captain of vessels
plying between Portland and the Pop
ular Islands, of Casco Bay, is now cap
tain of the Ben Hur, and is undoubt
edly one of the most popular command
ing officers of vessels in this harbor.
Continuing, he Raid:
"For the past eight years I have lieen
in a badly run-down condition, and be
fore I started taking Tanlac I could
hardly stand up. When I walked I
would have to hold on to something to
get about at all, After every meal I
would le 'n the worst sort of misery
and bloat terribly from the formation
of ga, and my appetite was ho poor I
had to force down evert' mouthful I
ate. My nerves were fn such bad con
dition I could get but little sleep, and
sometimes I would nearly jump out of
the bed. I would also have smothering
spells at night, when I would have to
get up to get my breath, and then I
would become so weak I would just
fall back into the bed again. Lots of
times I would have to open the win
dows and doors of my room to let in
fresh air or go out of the room Into the
open in order to get my breath. In the
mornings I always felt worse than when
I went to bed. I kept getting worse and
along toward the last I became so
weak I could not do my work, and I
could not walk ten feet without be
i decided to try Tanlac after every
thing else had failed to do me any good,
and I am certainly glad I did, for I
had not taken more than two bottle)"
when I could eat ant thing I wanted
without being troubled with pas or
bloating and a great deal better in
every way. Well. I continued taking it.
and while I have taken only five bot
tle all my troubles have been com
pletely overcome. I feel as good as I
did when 1 was twenty years old. and
can get about as well as I ever could,
and feeling so Mrong and full of en
ergy my work i a pleasure to me. I
tdeep ound as a child every ni'lit
and never wake np until someone
kes me, and always get np feeling
eood. I really can't ay too much for
Tanlac, as it has made a new man
out f me."
Tanfae Is sold in Barre by the Rarre
Drug Co, in Northfield by Nat A.
Wheeler, in Watcrbnry by RrUbin A
Brit-bin. and in Webnterville by E. H.
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STOCK AND TOOLS
As I have just disM)cd of this farm,
I will sell at auction to the highest
bidder, on the Dermises in Middlesex,
known as the C. W. Alexander farm,
located on the main road between
Montpelier and Middlesex, about 4
miles from Middlesex, on
MONDAY, MAY 10
at i o'clock in the afternoon,
the following described property:
31 Head of Cattle
Jerseys, some frch, some to freshen
in fall and summer; 7 two-year-okU to
freshen in summer, H vearling ; all
this stock has been TUBERCULIN
TESTED; 5 shoats, 2 horses.
Also about 35 tons of hay at the
FARMING TOOLS Including riding
cultivator, ensilage blower, wagons,
sleighs, set sleds, and all other fanning
tools and machinery.
Terms at time of sale, Monday,
May 10, at 1 o'clock.
JOHN F. BENJAMIN, Owner.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer.
Stock, Tools and
To settle the estate of the late Durr
ward 1). I -a mb, I will sell at public auc
tion, at his late residence in Kast Calais
SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920
at t o'clock in the afternoon,
the following personal property:
Automobiles and Gas
Ford truck. Re;ral automobile. 0 H.P.
Webber gasoline engine, l'j-H.P. Unit
ed States gasoline engine.
Registered Holstein bull. 2 years old.
HoNtein heifer, 2 years old, freshened
March 25, and calf sired by Lyndon
Segis Net herland both eligible to reg
istry; 2 tlireeyear-old heifer, now
fresh; grade .Jersey row to freshen
early in .lune, chestnut horse, coming
6 years old, chestnut colt, 2 years old.
both sired by Major Chipnmn; 2 large
FARMING TOOLS Mowing ma
chine, horse rake, both practically new ;
I hiatal cream separator, with I fi H.P.
electric motor; lumber wagon, set of
sleds, 2 rultivators. new; 2 plows, -pres
wagon, bugnies, sleijihs, puug.
speed cart, roadcart, no ft. of -inch
galvanized iron pipe, a act of screw
HOUSEHOLD GOODS Washing
machine and variou other articles of
furniture, and small tool-.
H. J. C0NAKT, Administrator.
V. R. HUDSON, Auctioneer.
DO NOT FAIL
TO FEE THE FAMOV KITTLE I RON-AGE
FEFOFR AND C.ARI'E Ct'LTI VATOR
A dfMtfti trtoU in rn. Ttv4t r-irHon Viola
hav ?-. mtt i-tMf. trm?rKwt, htrlt
mn thrf have atrrnrth. Iictit wewtht, dur-
b'Uty nl m of operation.
1 h ln-Art m different from ordinary
K. E. TM. HQ
Ormnf Co. Thorr
To RENT To nm in FJatira Mork.
f umtuhtwi r un'anirfd. frr t hrw'-kt-t-vit-itx
: tirn.it i r of ti, I. VVaodwcprth, F
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ESTATE OP JL'I.IA B. MORRIS
Stute of Vermont, District of Washington, .
Th honorable probate court for thai dis
trict afonaaid, to all persona tntareated in
the estate of Julia B. Morris, late of Cabot,
in sairl district, deceased, GREETING:
WHEREAS, asid court hu assigned the
18th day of May next for .xamininif
and allowing- the account of the administra
tor of the catate of id deceased and for a
decree oi the realdue of said aatate to the law
ful claimant of the aame and ordered that
public notice thereof be given to ell person
tntereited In aaid eataU br publiahing this
order, three week ucreivel previous to
the day aaaUrned In t?-e Barre Daily Time, a
newxnaper published at the city of Barre, in
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in
aaid dwtrict, on the day aaaianed. then and
there to contest the allowance of said ac
count if you see cause, and to eatabliih your
right aa heir, legatee and lawful claimant
to Mid recidue.
(liven under my hand, this 27th day of
FRANK i. MARTIN, fudge.
I will hold a community sale at the resi
dence of C. A. Mears, just out of Marshfleld
village, on the road to Danville, on
Thursday, May 6
at It 'clerk la the forenoon
I have listed fur thus sale the following
personal property t
High-grade Ayrshire, Jerseys, Holsteins and
Guernseys.' 8ix of these have freshened with
in three weeks, balance will freshen in early
falL These cows have been listed by three
different parties, are all young and good siie.
THREE HORSES i
FARMING TOOLS-Heavy farm waeoa. a i
good one; Worcester-Kemp manure spread-:
cr, wheel harrow, smoothing harrow, corn
weeder, t hay racks, lluMard hay tediler, 1
stone boat 2 express wagons, I buggy wag
ons, 1-horse lumber wagon, grindstone, 1 set
work harnesses, 2 driving harnesses, 1 single
work hirnm, shovels, hoes, f tws, neck
yoke, chains, etc-
HOUSEHOLD GOODS Two art square,
bureau, wash stand, mrking chairs, mat
tresses, phonograph. 1 roli-Up desk, a good
If you have any stock, farm machinery or
household goods, or any other articlea you
wish to turn into money, list them with
C. A. Mears. or the auctioneer. If you are
looking for anything in this line, you will
find it at this ssle. Everything sold on
commission: I.ivestick. 6 ier cent: farm
machinej-y. 9 per cent : household goods and
small tools. 1(1 per cent.
Lunch served at noon.
V. R. HUDSON", Aactioaeer.
DRTE I)WIN"F7i I K IN INfi ER
F.EI1AP1E PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS.
VICTROt.AS, POVORAS. RF.CORDS
AND SHEET MUSIC
Leave your order here for Pino Tuning
Telephone 8SS-W. Barre. Vt.
Badger's Auto Ambulance
NEW-t P-TO-P ATE-EASY RIPINO
Calls from a distance at reasonable ratet)
A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre
The Only Auto Ambulance in the Cir
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
Office fn Room &. Mile Building
TJmmm rjffi nation
OFFICE HOI RS: a.m to 1 2 m. and 1 : )
4 p.m. Mnnosy. luesoay. i r
Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi
Room 18, Miles Building
office Hours : to i:. i to 1. 1 1
IN OUR NEW LOCATION
We are now ready to aene fcota old and
new rastomers with a high grade of Jewelry,
kepair work gvaraatred.
O. J. DODGE, th? Jeweler
24 ELM F1REET
SOLE ACENT OR "BOSTON AatERICAJT
MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES
Ea-t F.arre. U(btmi!lf ar-4 t;rriitc,i!
tVar.ge, Wa-hinpton anl U iiian:tc. a
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M. J. WHITCOMR, Eat Barre, Vermont
Three Lines for 25c
The Time will publish WanU. Loat and
Found. For Sale. To Let, etc. ehort adrer-tiemrnte--at
the rate of three line lor
twenty-five centa for the first inertion an
five cent for each subsequent Insertion.
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE S houses, 16 acre land, barn.
silo, express wagon, white, flame 1P
bemers Can't Clog oil burners ; U. S.
. . j - i c.t..i..k i,tti,
i scinioitura , enifine ano nanuwM "
I pulleys : G. H. Adams, South Barre. 8612
FOR SALE -One 2-tenejnent house and S
building lota on Pearl street, the Garvey
estate; James T. Marrion, sdmr. 29tf
-GREENLKIGH." 20J S." Main "street;" for
sale: the serai-bungalow residence of the
late W. F. Milne, built within S years :
tain T rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish
and floors throughout, set tubs, cement cel
lar floor and steam heat: henhouse and it
tra lota go with the property; apple tree,
berry bushes, etc., and garden in good con
dition ; apply to Mr. W. F. Milne, tel.
FOR SALE Two-story, Z-teneaent house.
with good bam and cellar Wider house
and barn, all in good repair ; each tenement
has S rooms, electric sight and bath ; plenty
of garden for both tenement ; the barn
could, for a small amount of money, be
made into a C-room tenement: this is good
property to buy fo.- home or investment; sit
uated at U Clark street: price right : tele
thons 51-R or inquire at 21-22 Howlsnd
building; Klwin L. Scott. M
FOR SAI.E-On Montpelier road, i mile
from Barre. S-room house, modern Im
provements ; large plana with vine on t
side : barn and henhouse and about Z acres
of good land ; will tell at a reasonable price
and rms if dwired ; Mrs. H. S. Miles, tet
217-X after p. m. 04tf
THREE HOUSES FOR SALE To close out
an estate: the 3 houses are lorated on the
northerly tide of Hall streeta, numbers f0,
22. and 24 ; will be sold for the nest ob
tainable cash price; S. Holltster Jackson,
WANTED Capable girl wants position In
small ftimily doing housework ; send an
swers to "H.," care Times. 44t4
WANTED-Work by the hour, tel. 18-M.
WANTED -A" horse to drive for summer:
W. F. Sheprd.te!. $-21. 40tf
WANTED -10.(00peop!e with corn, cal
louses, eczema, hemorrhoids or sores, to
buy a box of Honey Bi Ointment; guarsn.
teed ; Drown s Drug Store. 3tU"
ESTATE Or BEKNKE WIl.PBVR
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
rf all persons sgajnst the estate of Bemice
Wildbur. late of the town of Barre, in said dis
trict. deceased, and all elaima exhibited in
offset thereto, hereby rive notice that we
will meet for the punw-e aforesaid, at the
store of H. A. McAllister. In Eaet Barre, in
said du-trKt. en the 2tth day of May and
s"ih day of Stptrrober next, fnim 1 oVIork
a. m. until 4 o'clock p. m.. on eech of said
dsvs. and that six months from the 3"th dsy
i.f March. A. D. 120, is the time limited by
said court for said rredttm to present their
etsims to us for exsmination and allowance.
DatJ at East Barre, this 4th day of
May. A. D. lWfl.
ALBERT C. DICKEY,
HAkRY A. MCALLISTER. Commissioners.
Stringed Instruments Repaired
REHAIP.INO BOWS A SPECIALTY
(1 Maple Avenue
Fire years Everett Piane Factory
Twe. year Hallett Davis Piano Factory
On year "h!-v -ing Warrroons
Fire year Clark & Mrlfaster
B. ARTHUR REED
Tel. T-M Bex 145, Montrelier. Vt
Leave orders at Bailey's Music Room,
Barre. tel. I-W
HOWARD H. REID.D.D.S.
Specializing in Extracting nnd
Dental X-Ray Diagnosis
GAGE & GAGE
to !A a m.. Tuesday. Wednesday. FrUay
and Ra'tirdsr : o a P Monday.
Wedneedsy. TTiarsdav and Frw)v : ts I
p. rs . Tuesday aad Tordy. Montpelier
Tuesday. Thursday snd Saturday. 10 J i te 12
a. m t y:ooay. Wednesday and Friday. I
pV)OM !"rfRRFR PLK . Barre Tel W
PERRY & NOONAN
UNFtCFl.t.F.D Ft'VFR L FTE VISHINGS
Hospital Ambulance prvice
Depot So Prre Tet. eoenertion. I-W
to Karre .
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FARMS FOR SALE
VERMONT MONEY-MAKING FARMS, all
sizes, all prices) ; write for list, stating
siie wanted; Chausse at Robillard. Burling
ton, Vt. . 170
FARM FOR SALE 240 acres, one of b
best farm in Washington Co., situated in
East Montpelier. 2 miles from P. p., mill
and creamery, 4 miles from Montpeleir and
4 mile from Barre; for further particular
address J. L. Buck, East Montpelier.Vt.
BUY IT NOW !
Olci Prices prevail on this en
tire list every one of which
is a bargain.
A GOOD HOME WITH LAND, just out
side, where you can raise vegetables, keep a
cow, poultry, etc, which will help mightily
to reduce the coat of living, and this desir
able 8 -acre place ia worth considerably mors
than the price, as the buildings would cost
several hundred dollars more than is naked
for the entire property; is located only IVi
mile from the city, only a few rode to
school, and in fine neighborhood ; building
consist of a 6-room house, all in good shape:
good burn and henhouse; there are 22 fruit
trees, beside small fruit; the land is level
and will raise good crops ; buildings are. bet
ter than you would expect at the price,
which is $2,600.00 ; would consider exchange
for a moderate-priced farm.
NEARLY NEW HOUSE, all finished In
extra good shape. In natural wood; good
porch : also barn with plenty of room ; an ex
ceptionally good tet of buildings ; 2 sere of
land, with 1,000 strawberry plants, abo a
quantity of raspberries ; a splendid home,
only about 24 mile from the city, for
WE CAN SELL YOU A GOOD HOUSE,
barn, and from 2 to 8 acres of land, for only
11.600.00, within 2 miles of the city; a snug
home and must be sold to settle an estate;
let us tell you about this.
IN THE CITY LIMITS. FOR ONLY
$2,600.00. We can tell you a good 6-room
house with 2 acres of land, 660 strawberry
plants, currant bushes, etc. : house is lighted
by electricity, has city water, hardwood fin
ish and part hardwood floors, bath, toilet,
etc. ; 2 henhouses ; this is certainly cheap,
SIX-ROOM HOUSE with acre of land,
some fruit; a rood home, for $1,600.00.
HERE'S ONE that owner will tell or ex
change for farm, with all modern conven
ience, steam heat, hot and cold water, bath,
electric light, porch on 2 sides ; an extra
good S-room house, very pleasantly situated
only about 6 minutea' walk from postoffice;
large piece of land; a bargain.
FARM ON THE MAIN ROAD from Mid
dlesex to Waterbury ; $ miles from Water
hury ; 80 acres in good smooth fields, free
fitim stone, about 70 acres of pasture and
wood ; estimated 1.600 cords of wood, besides
sugar bush, which sou Id be taken off the
farm ; clepboarded horse barn with base
ment : cow barn ia partly clapboarded ; tie
ups for 12 hsd: good comfortable 6-room
house; a rood farm Tor $4,600.00 and the
owner will include t extra nice cows, 1
heavy horse, some fancy hens, set of good
tools, sugar tools for 250 trees. If told be
fore crons are put In; a splendidly located
farm and a rare chance.
NOW is a good time to look
these over. Better make an im
THE D. A. FERRY
REAL, ESTATE AGENCY
FARMS FOR SALE
40-ACRE FARM in Marshfleld, ml. from
postothce on Cabot road ; location en of
'.he bet,. , a large 1 rt story house, 10 rooms,
all in fine .shape; verandas both sides, tele
phone and shsra of stock ; 80-ft. barn with
basement, built S yrm. ago; running water
ir house and barn : garage, henhouse and
Itonlhouse: building all painted; land lays
warm ; smooth, machine-mowing fields, good
pastures, ouit a Quantity of timber and
wood; a Bice home for someone.
75-ACRE FARM in South Cabot village, good
buildings, all ia fin shape, all painted;
nicely finished rooms in house: wide veran
das in front: barn 46x40 with btaemene tnd
drop bays ; running water to house and bam :
henhouse ana tooinowsr; goim sppis er
chsrd ; 26 acre timberland, 200 sugar treea
wlih txirkets and Dans: lsnd lays nice: I rat.
to 8 R R. stations, Marshfleld. Waldea and
Wast Danville: within 40 rods of school : a
tplendid location and price right; will tell
with or wiunout ttoca ana too is.
140-ACRE FARM in Msrshfitld. Vi ml. from
postoffice ; 2-story house in good shape;
good big barn Just recently built ever;
ruijlpped with litter carrier tnd horse fork;
shed room and 1 toolhouse, Isrg henhouse,
running water to bouse and bam : large ap
ple orehnrd, extra smooth nire-laying fields;
plenty of pasturing, the right kind : esti
mated 100 M. ft. of lumber and a lot of
wood; this fsrm will run 16 eowt and team
tnd ran easily be made to do more ; someone
oucht to get interested in this deal quick
when they tea it and find out the price.
A DOUBLE-TENEMENT HOUSE Pem.
shed and blacksmith shop in Marshfleld
illage. buildings all in line shape, all paint
ed, la rite roomy shop, ox-shoeing frame en
side of shop, plenty of work for two men
the year around and in a good paying com
munity, and is going to be sold: anyone
wishing for property of this kind hsd better
not wait too long before getting interested.
FOR SALE A dandy place in Marshfleld
vflisge on Creamery street : house, barn
and henhotise large enough for 200 hens; an
acre of the best of land : t nice rooms in
house, hsrdwood floors, electric Debts, run
ning wster and everything in flne shape
about the flare: owner rebuilt and repaired
for a nire iome. and having the misfortune
of losing his wife the property is for sale
at a bargain.
FOR SALE A (In rsidenre on Main street
in Marshfleld villajre. house and barn and
garden ; opposite 2 tore. chse to postortlee,
churches nd school: buildinrs in flne thane;
electric lights, running water, hard wood
floors. 10 pleasant rooms, a laree roomy
bam; all ia tlick ahape: price right.
These properties, both fsrm and village,
art dvertied to eil : 'o hr more.
A. R. COLE, Airt. Msrthned. Vt. tel. 12-!.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY - A section of t tpring
tooth harrow; John Norin, Trow Hill.
WANTED-Shoat. brood sowa and thrifty
t or U'-weeks-old pigs : desrrib just w hat
you have by letter or telephone, with lowest
cash prices; Orange Co. 'phone 4M4-12; P.O.
Randolph Center. Vt ; Dix J. Camp. ktf
WANTFD-i or 10 new milch eows. Jerseya
prefrrred ; mut be tested, young and sound
in every wsy: stsu whst you have and price
in flrst letter; no dealers need answer; J.
Henry Wheeler, R. I. Box , Marshfleld. Vt
HK.HEST PRICES PAID for furniture, bed
ding, stoves, etc. : also raes. rrsgaiines. etc.
'Phone lt-R. Abrara Fine, 44 Maple avenue.
. - tiUf
CASH TRICES PAID for 'ran'.' rubber. meC
sis. trseasir.es. bidea. and bags a specialty;
'phone 4C7-R. Sam tiould. 1M Brook ttree.
"WANTED Te" "buy straw at hern; teL
WANTTD TO BUT Seceeid-hand furnitu-a,
tools snd stove : inouir O. Smith. St? No.
Mini street, tel. T?-M. 41t!t
WT .RE READY T TLOW VOI R GAR
1FNS - W. E. Nirhois. tet Mt-M. 44tf
NOTICE TO PICTORIAL REVIEW SUBS. J
. (an sive yosj li on a z yr. sen.; man J
snd your ad-Ires to Mrs. Irro. E. Johr.son.
Montprliev. " Bsrre. Vt 4JtS
GARDENS PlXWEnAlss furnish drees
ine fo' rsrdeivs: t". A. Moulton, 14 t Krk
street, off Prospect street "1f
ANYONE DESIRING M 8N WITH HORSB
te work by the day. hauling astie ae gsr
Issre ee etespirr up resittd. call C per,
tell, ft W-th Mais ttrsast. e trlephoae Will
Pars. 408-W ''
IX)ST AND FOUND
LO.T Hound . brtrsn wi'h black soot-:
name " eoi ar. V. Morandi"; motif r E.
fsirm. ttrTtry. Vt '2l3
X,OST Froen American Fxpresss team, a!
jd wrspT"sl ia searieo. addenwsd to ;
R H Mevtn. I Onuts st-eet ; flnder r i
ti(v owner or call le-2- 4-tf j
0T-ljwt ThoiMSiy af--nown. em Sans-
frr. fesH e Vain etrse-ta. a r-Mi array j
raincoat: nnder piesse re-j.ra to mis ' .
AGENTS" WANTED !
At.F.Nt WANTED -8 te sj!y tel.iac
New Fib-x ft-ofs . esnrnr ssisss wiii
t-iy . appe hv ywrcet fvwt, Ct cent; Wre
K.-wssi t, E xun, N. X. 4vX.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED Man. on fsfrm at once; F. B.
Martin, East Montpelier road, tel. 882-8.
HELP WANTED -Laborer 2,000 skilled or
unskilled wanted at once, for factory,
store, hotels, restaurants, lunchroom, brick
yards, railroad and farm work, for In and
out of town; apply to J35 Beckley street for
full Information, 8 till 12; T. Tongusy.
WANTED Bellboy at once; Hotel Barrel
WANTEDYoung married man, no children ,
on farm; year-round job, woman to help
in house; good wages; Ogeedahkah Farm,
East Corinth. Vt !
SIX GRANITE CUTTERS:
GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS ;
$8.00 PER DAY OF 8 HOURS ;
COME TO THE SUNNY SOUTH AND
WORK THE YEAR AROUND;
NO CLOSE DOWNS ;
McKINNEY MARBLE ft GRANITE
WORKS, McKINNEY, TEXAS.
WANTED Night clerk and bellboy: also
waitress ; Jerome F. Hale, Well River'8Vj
WANTED Man on farm : wouid consider a
boy; H. E. Lane, Flainfleld. lt!
WANTED A young mam to loam drug
business ; young man with several years
high school education preferred; reply to
Red Crose Pharmacy. 3t?
HAlTTS B ARBER- SCHOOLS 814 Wash
ington street, Boston, Mass. ; wagos, room,
board, railroad ticket furnished by "61 Co
operative Propositions" ; get particu "j'Jj'jj,
WANTED J experienced automobile me
chanic at once; good salary and perma
nent position to th right men; apply at
Palace fiarage. Barre. Vt. J
WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Woodbury,
VU : open ahop quarry from Mar. 1. 1920 :
wanted now, 2 complete derrick crew ; I
have a general store and furnish goods to
men in my employ at wholesale prices:
houses rent at $8.00 to $10.00 per month;
surface quarry and good machinery; write
for wore information and state your experi
ence in a granite or marble ouarry : will
hire a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher
Woodbury, Vt. Utt
WANTED One experienced table girl for
private family ; also girl for kitchen work :
w-.re. 112.00 and 115.00 per week; none but
reliable hJPneedapply; 'phone 20-W. J4t3
WANTED Waitresses for summer hotel.
White Mountains ; previous experience iin
nccessary ; long season, June 20-Oct 10 :
send references : Mountain View Hotel.
Whitcfleid, N. H. 44tlO
WANTED A girl for generfti housework;
rood wagea; Mrs. T. R. Phillips, Towns
Hill. Montpelier, tel. 73-M. 4lt
PROTESTANT WOMAN not over S years
of age to work with boys at various do
mestic duties in a private school ; a good
(alary includes board, room and laundry ;
give age. weight height experience, with
references and photograph if convenient ;
address Charles H. Bradley. Supt. The Farm
and Trade School, Box I486, Boston 2, Mass
WANTED - A cook for hotei work in a large
railroad town near Barre: n'o a Tood
trusty woman for housework In Barre, in a
family of 2: apnly to J. J. Dashner, Real
Estate Agent Barre. Vt. 41t4
WANTED Chambermsid; W". F. Davis.
Waterb'iry Inn. Waterbury, Vt. 40tf
WANTED A good capable woman on farm ;
modern improvement, including electric
lieht ; 15 min. walk from trect car: very
best of wage offered to rirht party : Clover
dale Farm. Montpelier, 'phone 4U1-W. 40tS
LADIES Make big money in your spare
time: samnle and instruction 10c; Louis
E. Webler. Devon, Conn. 40t'
PUPIL NURSES WANTED Youne women
to train as nurse at Barre City Hopttl.
Barre. ( 25tf
WANTED Amiddle-aged woman for n-
eral housework . t tate wseet ; address Mrs.
Cullen Martin. Wipdsor.Vt l-'tf
WANTED A girl or woman far reners'
housework : good waees ; permanent Posi
tion telethons MontoeJier 129-4. Mrs. T M.
Buck. Middlesex. Vt 01tf
WNTTD Pupil riir.s snH attendants
th Taunton State Hospital : waire tSS.PO
pee month with mlpennre: Tor particulars
sjdres" Dr. Arthur V. Go. Rapt, Taunton
State Hosnital. Taunton. Mass. 24tf
MALE AND FEMALE HELP
WNTED By the Apslcy Rubber Co. of
Hudson. Mens., girls and young men and
married couples to work in mcdern shoe
shoo: wages: girl 16.on. men sis.uu per
week while leaminr ; agent w ill be at Hotel
Bsrre May 8. Ask for Mr. Sheldon, Em
ployment Agent. 43t2
WANTED- Dee irsble married couple for a
splendid position on a fsrm. woman to
set aa housekeeper, naving tun enargiv man
to help on farm and if oual'fled to act as
chauffeur: a s-ood opnortunltv to reliable
parties: for full petlculart write to W. H.
F.." care Pa-re Times. 43tS
HELP WANTED Young men and women to
take positions aa attendants at the Ver
mont State Hospital for the Insane at Water.
hurv : to three whe desire, an opportunity of
fered to attend nurses' rranllng course ; ap
ply at hospital. Wsteebnrr. Vt ltf
POULTRY AND EGGS
FOR SALE 18 Rhode Island Red yeorting
hensj : good layers; redress Mrs. Henry
Punkling:. West Topeham. Vt. known s
the George Tillotaon place in Orange. 42t3
FOR SALE Two small hen eonra : dimen
sion 6x8, with or without hest: price
10. 00 csrh If sold toon; "phone 6C9-R ; SM
North Main street, city. 4u't6
RHODE ISLAND RED SETT TNG EGGS for
sale; good laying strain, $1.00 for 13: tel.
FOR SALE A Cypher brooder, style B. 150
chickens, used only 8 seasons: good as
new: P. O. Box 133. Williamstown, N. E.
tel. 881-31 after 8 p. m. 42t
SINGLE COMB BUFF ORPINGTON EGG
for batrhing from the beat strain of Buff
Orpins-tons in the emintrv : won 8 1st prises
t the Vermont State Fair and 4 tsts at
Baf 111: pieces reonable; write for
mstinr list : J. P. Tor kie. 8tf
felt SALE -White" W'yandotte eegs from
rev 1st prixe utility pen: 81.8 per 18;
E. R. Tarhox. 100 Beckley street tel. 7;-W
EGGS FOR HATCFING Ftvttn my pHre
winnine storx ol s l I. nnw ano
White Wysndott-w (Martin ttraim 110.00
ner 100 and II foe t8 ;B. F. Atherton.
Waterbury. Vt. : tel. 2-S. 2Ot0
WHITE ROCK SETTING FCC, : also Whit.
fhrorn setting esnrs. both fvim stan-tsM
strain order now; F. R. Chase, 2 Hieh
pTtFD PI.VMOITH P.orK EGGS FOR
SAIE-Good lsyior strain: Alespdr
Rennie. 200 Sooth Main ttreet teL 227-Y.
HOUSES TO RENT
TO" RENT - Frjur-room tenement with ear
den and henhouse: alo other t wemeats :
Me. J T. Callaghan, 44 Park street, tel.
TENEMENT TO RENT at Brorly
ttrrr. Sln Per month; inquire after 4
eelork: L. J Irish 4.tS
TO RENT - 4-roeim eo-teee. all nemlv paint
ed and rwpered : woodshed, large hth. nd
herbo-ise: ateo I srwe garden : resv Msv 1 :
let 7Ji or rail at 1 South Main tn4
, smv. 41tf
TO RENT - Tenement en Elmnre street: in
nrs repair: bath; Mr. Fdith M. t'rr.
te4. 4M-M "''
ItlR RFNT A" upstairs tenement of 8
moms wrh gas and eertnr l.gMs at lfi,
Settiinarv .Wet: e ill rent for fUfta p-t
month; incjnire of F. G. Row ell. Barre. Vt.
TO-RENT8-roora tenement. 1st ! r. Te
Njrthern : all modern ; apply at Xi Nori
Mam street 34tf
TO RENT Teneeoent at ? Merrhsrt .eet
ake 4 tenerou en Willey street. a!I in
art-csjssi sjhepe: i n imrfts-iiKsn :
O W. Viss. 81 Wii'rc-op steee. rf
To RFNT TesMsn nt ed rv-es : eWt-e
lights. pth. h t : inquire f O. I. t-i'i-i-leff.
S.' Nsrh Min st-seet. 8:f
TENEMENT TO F-EVT i kew at rmr
vmrr block. l"i No Main swvs-t : iecui-e
f R S. Currier after 3 p. r Is F 1
siree:. Bsere. -tf
lOft RENT - A good 7-ene rertsew Vsse.
sp"Mi e-ste-. : fsVheJer strvx
H W. Scott fWe-eT tWk. 14lf
FOR RFNT V 4w-s"ie..wii tre'
t T t ifcrrtv s--r. t-i t-l-M tif
TO rrVT -Sevesi pi eo?tre . isHrair s-f
A-!hir TeJe. rs-r st- -
COTTs.f.r HOI E YO PENT Oa Vie
street: C L. nssrssrls. l-settaan '-
FOR SALE Two second-hand No. 15 Uelji-
i vaJ cjeam separators; one alipost new; for
' Information tJiirtm li. H. Carpenter, ilamli
fleld, Vt 4413
FOR SALE About ICO bus. extra nict pota
toes ; nice seed ; name is "Hustlers" ; . J.
Cook,Chcleea, Vt, 'phone 21-4. 44tl
MANURE FOR" GARDENS Also pair of
cheap work horses, 4-year-old colt and
hay lWm Rock, 17Farwelljtreet 43t6
FOR SALE A Simplex cream separator, No.
7, in good condition ; would turn a part
payment on horse or good cow; J. A. Cum-
ming,R. 2, tel. 4S9-M, Barre, Vt 4St2
FOR SALE One cutaway harrow, used
very little; also 600 lbs. of No. 1 maple
sugar ; Fred L. Poor, . WiJluunslown, Vt.
; ; 42ttt
FOR SALE To cioee an estate. Overland
touring car ; also 6-H.P. electric motor, cir
cular sawn, band taw, pis nor, turning lathe,
shafting and belting; Mrs. Nettie M. Abbiati,
exccutrix.Esst JMontpelier, Vt 4iitlJ
FOR SALE"-Cheia Market centrally- io.
cated on good comer; arranged for meat
and groceries; price right; W. Morse, Chet-
"' . .Y1- ..- -. 4U16
TOR SALE Five-passenger 4-cylinder Buick
touring car in first-clas order; 8 new
y-i J6. Al'rLn. le?w:?1neni-block- 4 1 17
FOR SALE An old-fashioned colonial scroll
back sofa; call at Geo. E. Johnson's,
Montpelier road, or write same address, Box
36, R. D. 8; 42t6
FO"K SALE AT ONCE The Imperial Lunch
at St Albans, Vt ; the prop, wants to go
home to Italy on vacation ; telephone 402-M ;
James 8. Cioffl. 40t6
1920 BUICK 6-passenger touring ear, with
bumper, motometer, spare tire, chains, also
registered ; act quick if you want a bargain ;
Palace Garage,, tel. 770. 40tf
FOR BALE 1 loda fountain, 2 wire-leg ta
bies, 6 wire-leg chairs, 6 wire-leg stool. I
orangeade tank, one ls-gal. ice cream cabi
net, one 20-gai. ice cream cabinet, 1 eigar
ca 4ftx2xl, 1 amall counter, 1 cash regis
ter, 1 sink for washing and draining glasses.
1 violin, and assortment of tins for making
brick ice cream, 1 wood bed ; the above
goods must be sold to settle estate; F. L.
Jerd,dm., Randolph, Vt f9tf
FOR SALE New Eureka corn planterTKay
tone hay loader, Randolph "76" plow,
springtootn harrow, weeder, wheel harrow ;
Charles S. liiddel, Williamstown, Orange
Co. 'phone. S9U1
Dunlap, Excclaior, tl per 100 ; Sample,
tl.60; Everbearing, $2.60; postpaid: discount
on large order; C. C. Paine, Bethel. Vt.
FOR SALE Strawberry plants: Fairfleli
an early variety; Gandy, late variety:
prices, 1.00 per hundred, $7.50 per M. ; red
raspberry plants: Marlboro, an early vari
ety, ha withstood 60 below zero without in
jury, 25 for ll.iO. 13.60 per hundred; J. E.
Mitchell, R. F. D. 2, Barre, 'phone 223-J.
CANARIES FOR SALE Young singers!
Mrs. J. K. Pirie. Granitcville, tel. 27-W.
VERY GOOD DRESSING FOR GARDENS
Also shout for sale; tel. 66&-M; W. E.
FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning
granit? and marble monuments : brighten
np the lettering and makes the whole monu
ment look clean and new: guaranteed; price
on application; James Sullivan, 114 Park
street Barre, Vt lStf
FOR SALE By gal. or hbl.. BLACK" DIA
MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT: wster.
weather. Are and sunproof ; 800 lbs. to bbl. I
t am ready to paint or repair your roofs:
E. L. Densmore. J Pleasant street 12tf
'"ADILLAC 1R13 five-nassenger touring car
for sale. Inquire Hsrold Fltts, Tel. 60.
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE "
FOR SALE-A registered Guernsey bull. fedZ
eral tested, just right te turn out; would
exchange for a registered Holstein about
months old or for a horse or good cow: J.
A., Cummins, R. 2, tel. 489-M, Barre, Vt.
FOR SALE Good grade GuemKey cow,
yrnrs old, to freshen within a few dsvs :
P. ML Carr. 82tf
FOR SALE - Extra nice 4weeki."-ld pies ";
White Chester; Dan W. Ladd. Barre; tel.
887-12. . 82tf
FOR SALE One cow. tested : also refrigera
tor; John Sllva, i'S River treet Bsrre.
FOR PALE New Zeslsnd rahblts. fully
pedigreed : call at 80 Academy street. Itf
HORSES AND VEHICLES
FOR SALE Work horse weighing about
1.300 ths. : just right for farm; call at 19
Oswald street: G. Valt. 4StS
FOR SALE Driving horse weighing about
050 lbs. ; broke to snigle or double hitch ;
fearless: see John Tassie at Smith t Cum-
Inirs' tore. 43t2
FOR SALE Two-seated urrey : thi is a
bs-autiful rubber-tired Surrey thst hss been
rsrrfully used by family ; Mark H. Moody.
Waterbury, Vt 43t
HORSES FOR SALE I have "anumber of
good Canadian horse, in matched pairs
nd single chunks, at reasonable prices :
J. T. Jnmleson. Williamstown. 43tf
DRIVING" MARE" FOR SALE Sound tnd
ftxtrlees : call at 10 Elm ttreet, tel. 667-W.
R. D. Munson. 42tf
DRIVING MARE FOR SALE.Good fast
driver; apply John Riddle, Williamstown,
FOR SALE Horse 8 years old. wvighing
nbo'it l.OOfl flSs. : good worker or driver:
ssfe for lady: Clarence Moulton, 14 Clark
Electric Lights for Buggies
Kerosene Lights for Buggies
Bulbs for Automobile Lamps
Warm Carriage Robes
Heavy Automobile Robes
Cocoa Running Board Mats
VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
W. C. COLTON. Manager
84 Slate Street Montpelier. Vermont
Wagons and Harness
TS ... mm Irlnrf nf - Wavnn Mr Harw
ncss, come here, where you can see them.
Driving wagons ana Harness
Farm Wagons and Harness
Express Wagons and Harness
VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
W. C. COLTON. Manarer
84 State Street Montpelier. Vermont
How Will You Have
Yours? " '
A reversible plow, to be right must run
equally true both ways. We have a Ana
assortment Sulky Plewm, Rteetheani
p loses., wendheam plows: Canadian
plows, reversible plows, landslide plow.
Repairs for all kind of plow.
Come and aee
N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Telephor
Is the asme you like to see on all your
Wagon. It means duality not foond in any
ethers. Buggies. Tops. K press, t arm Wat
ens and Low-WheH Trucks, all read-
N. E. Tel. 146
Orange ( a "Prep
We are sHowine this season a diWeeert
ttvle of Harrow than we here ever cWercd
before. It a not a wheel harrvsw. nor a Cute,
way. but hss a similar ftw. N"o a
Sprirrfoth or a Swi-.is H-rww. It is
. mn-rif new tooi to thw loralltty. If r
are gvni.g t weed a Harrow of any kir.-t
this ro. mm il mr see tt mswh.ne.
We al-o e JoVn Ilee-e (lark t ala
wsv arid WsHee Wood Wbel Harrows.
5priPf-ior.t sou Smootbir.g Harrows.
N E. Yet 1
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