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THE MHKE DAILY XIMES, BAllHE, VT., TUESDAY, HAY 11, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE ptppenlnji of Iatereit from Different Section. Oak Ledge, the girls' camp in Bur lington, will not be opened this year. Mrs. Agnes Roberts, matron of the house of correction for many years, has beeji appointed deputy probation or ficer. The Rutland chamber of commerce held a meeting Friday night to discuss the matter of daylight saving tor the city ' and it voted to continue with standard tune At a meeting in St Johnsbury Sat urday afternoon, baseball fans from there and surrounding towns decided not to form a baseball league this summer, as leagues already formed have booked games for the coming sea eon. John Burroughs, the naturalist, en joys "Rhymes of Vermont Rural Life," and has written Daniel L. Cady to that effect, sending his greetings and the picture of himself sitting before the fireplace. "The Old Vermont Red Cow," published some months ago, is one of Mr. Burroughs' favorites. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Franklin ob served the 60th anniversary of their marriage by a dinner party for their children and grandchildren at their home in Guilford, May 4. Among the guests was a sister of Mrs. Franklin, who also attended the wedding 50 years go. Issa Tanimura, D. C. L., of Tokyo, Japan, commissioner of live stock for the Japanese government, has been in Middlebury and Weybridge lately and has decided to have shipped to Japan 10 Morgan horses and colls from that section, also 50 head of various breeds of long wool sheep from Washington, New York and Wyoming. A 'Rutland real estate agent says that 100 houses are needed in that city to accommodate people looking for homes. Some families have had to leave because the houses where they lived had been sold and they could not find vacant tenements. More houses have been sold in the past few months than in several years, many of the buyers being forced to purchase in or der to nave a nome. Dr. Laura 'M. Flantt of Putney reached her 01st birthday anniversary Saturday. Dr. Plantr, is an honorary member of the lirattleboro chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, and a charter member of the national society. Some of the members of the Brattleboro chapter went to Putney Sunday and presented Dr. Plant some flowers. Her son, Walter Wbeaton of Columbus, has been Tier guest a few days, and will remain there until to morrow. Dr. Plantz has lived alone and done her work the past winter but she has promised her son that she will not do so "next winter. East Calais Fourth-Class Postmaster Examination. The United States civil service com mission has announoed an examination to be held at Montpelier, Vt., on June 12, 1020, as a result of which rt is ex pected to make certification to fill I contemplated vacancy in the position of fourth-class postmaster at Kast Lai ais, Vt., and other Vacancies as hey may occur at that office, unless it hall fee decided in the interests ol t he eerv. ice to fill any vacancy by reinstate ment, The compensation tf the post master at this office was 318 for the last fiscal year. Applieaste must have reached their twenty-first birthday on the date of the examination, with the exception that in a trtete where women ere de clared by statute to be at full age for ail urpweB it euni. jeaia, eighteen years of age on the date of the examination will be admitted. Applicant must reside within the territory supplied by the postoflice for wnicn ine cxamiiiai-iuii is aiimiunvru. The examination is open to all citi- Registered and Grade Kolsteins -at- Auction At the E. K. Hutchinson farm, about lrt miles from Barre City on Trow Hill on Wednesday, May 12 at 1 o'clock in the afternoon 40 Purebred Holstein Covs Some fresh, balance bred to freshen in the fall ; 1 registered Holstein bull, 14 grade Hol 5tein :ow, to freshen in the summer 4nnd fall; this herd is under federal supervision and will be sold subject to 60-day retestj 2 brood sows, 1 express wagrcf 1 horse rake. CaUo upon request. Terms at tifY of $ale. Wednesday, May I V at 1 o'clock HUTCHINSON. X F. BENJAMIN, Owners. D. J .RRY. Auctioneer. sens of the United States who can com ply with the requirements. Application blanks, form 17S.I, and full information concerning the require ments of the examination can be se cured from the postmaster at the place of vacancy or .from the United States civil servic commission, Washington, D. C. Applications should b properly exe cuted and filed with the commission at Washington, D. C, at the earliest prac tical date. ASQTJITH AMENDMENT FAILS. Provided One Parliament Instead of Two for Ireland. London., May 11. An amendment to the Irish home rule bill offered by former Premier Asquith, providing one parliament instead of two for Ireland, was defeated in the House of Com mons last evening, after a short de bate, by a vote of 15!) to. 55. The Truth About , Eczema and Piles Thousands and thousands of people, say Peterson of Buffalo, are learning every week that one 85-cent box of Petersen's Ointment will abolish erzoma and banish pile", and the grateful letters I receive every day are worth more to me than money. i "1 had eczema for many year on my bend and could not get anything to stop the il In agony. I mw your ad and got one box, ana l norm vnu mmr thanka for the good done me. There Isn't a blotch on my head now. and I couldn t help but than Peterson, for the cure is great." Mis Mary Hill, 4 Third avenue, Ffttbunr. Pa. "I have had Itching puts for is yean ana Peterson's k the only ointment that relieves ma besidt the pile seem to have gone." A. B. Ruger, 1127 Washington avenue, Ra cine, Wis . ... Use Peterson tnnrmem Tor om sores, hii rheum, chafing and all skin diseases. Drug gists recommend it- Mail orders filled by Peterson Ointment Co., Inc., buffalo, N. Y. Adv. ' PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HOWLAND BLD. SURGEON BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR RELIABLE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, V1CTBOLAS, KONIIKAS. HKIURUS AND SHEET MUSIC Leave ymir orders here for Piano Tuning Telephone S6-w. nsrre, vt. Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW UP-TO-DATE EASY RIDING Call from a distance at reasonable rate A- W. BADGER & CO., Carre The Only Auto Ambulance in the City DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room S, Milea Building Telephone Connertloa OFFICE HOURS i a.m. to 12 m. and 1 :30 ts 4 p.m. Monday, rueaaay, issnosjtno rno-y Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOUS3 : ttol2.ttal.TtaI Telephone 1-W SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION W are new ready to serve both old and new customers with a high grade of Jewelry. Kepair work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, th? Jeweler 24 EI.M STREET SOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN" MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Fast Barre, WrUterville and Uranitevill Orange, Vabinpton and WiUianwtown Long ditanc trip M. J. WHITCOMH, East Ilarre, Vermont TturnioKE t;-w WANTED Unskilled able-bodied men are raid $.58 per hour and upwards at the start. Interesting art ! steady employment. We ean also use shipwright, earpenters and joiner?, shipfitters. and steel shipbuilders of any eraft. Ninety eight per cent of our riveting on piece work. Call at the Errp'oyrr.ent Bureau. The Atlantic Corpora tion, Portsmouth. N. H. Delirious i r WORCESTER A farmers' chautaiiqua is to be held at Worcester, the meeting to be held Thursday, May 13. at 8 p. m. The pas tor of the Methodist church is plan ning a scries of lectures on dairying, poultry Taising, agriculture, etc. Sev eral speakers from out of fown will deliver addresses on various subject. Kvery farmer and his wife is expected at the, meeting, as the project i!l be a failure without co-operation. Come one, come all. 35 Head of Cattle at Auction As I cannot get competent help, I have decided to dispose of my stock at auction, on FRIDAY, MAY 14 - at my farm in Williamstown, about 'a miles from Williamstown village, known as the Hutchinson or Milne farm, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon: 35 Head 20 Jersey cows, some fresh and bal- . t. l . 1 i...:. '. old; one 2 year-old tJuernsey heifer, .1 head of yearling heifers, 3 Jersey calves, 21 mo. old Jersey bull, eligi ble to registry. This stock is all tuberculin tested and is an extra fine lot that I raised with preat care. Terms at time of sale. Fri day, May 14, at 1 o'clock. JAMES HENRY, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. IIEININCER DENTIST PHOXB I-W Stringed Instruments Repaired KEHAIP.ING BOWS A SPECIALTY JAMES NICOL 61 Maple Avenue Telephone CT1-W PIANO TUNING Five yenrs Everett Piano Factory Two years Hsllett Dsvb Piano Factory One year 'hi- -ig Wareromn Five years Clark A McMaster B. ARTHUR REED Tel. 7-M Box 145, Montpelier. Vt Leave orders at Bailey's M'isie Room. Barre. tel. 369-W HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 19-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors f to 10 a. m.. Tuesday. Wednesday, Friday snd Psturdsy: ;so to p. m.. Monday Wednesday. Thursday and Friday; 2 to t p. m , Tuesday and Thur.hy. Montpelier Tueeday, Thursday nd Saturday. 10 -30 to It a. m. ; ihonaay, neanesaay ana r rOMj, ROOM 2. CURRIER BLK, Barr Tel 2,W PERRY & N00NAN 1-NEXCFl.LF.D FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmcrs Depot Rq Bs Tel. ronneetjon, 42I-W to Parre .. to Barre ... $j.00 7.00! , . . -2'V ' per Bile! Be Slender Ts tree way ts kstoats tlesasr. stilt, healthy Is now yours 8m ths sieturss: to sltd ar ta (lis yea Ides bsfor re duction of wslghl. No ftsed Of ttsrritur mniell or tsdlont mxw eiMS. No dmuug with sslu, we. ! do thyroid, ns lot of tins. Just (olio tut stiuplt. esty korols sys tem ana result IS t SO Must! (whtiewr you nexl ts) rudcf 1109 csall gusrsnts oafs, 1S Ittbls, rooanunendsti by physicians, add to your capability and entrm. Amir sll alio know you. vvk msw ii, n iw i sire, jwuniw II Sssain sprsrar-. attrsstiis. gsm la ktalth, 4Sd yesrt to ysur IMsl roirnindsd of Physirtina. as for Oik OF KOREIN st soy drug store, Awept do suhttttota It enssss In a bos. with fusrsnica. Or writ luT (res biocuurt to KOREIN C0 Station F. New York City ESTATE OP FRED A. ROBINSON District of Washington, as. The honorahl probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to the heirs and all person intrnsted in the estate of Fred A. Rob inson, late of Marsh field, in said district, deceaied. GREETING: WHEREAS, application hath been made to this court in writing, by the administrator praying for license and authority to sell all of real estate of said deceased, to wit: Sit uated in the town of Marshfield. in said dis trict including the homestead right and the interest of the widow therein, representing to said court that it would be beneficial to the heirs and all person interestd in the estate of said dereased, to sell said real estate and eonvrrt the same into money. And bringing Into court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs to said estata residing in this state, and setting forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the ssid court appointed and assigned the inth day of May. at the probate office in Montpelier, in eaid district, to bear and deride upon aaid appli cation and petition, and ordered public no tice thereof to be given to all persons inter ested therein, by publishing said order, to gether with the time and place of henrinr, three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Tima, a newspaper which circulate in tha neighborhood of those persons interested in said estate, all of which publications shall Be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before ssid court at the time and place assigned, then and there in aid court to make your objectiona to the granting af such license, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, tn said district this 10th day of Mav. 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Mayll-lg-2t COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OP FRED A. ROBINSON The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the dsitrict of Wsshington. commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust tha claim snd demands of all persons sgainst the eetste of Fred A. Robinson, late of Marshfield. in said district, uereased. and all claims exhibited in afTset thereto, hereby give notice that we .will meet for the purpose afnrppaid. at the rewi denre of the Iste Fred A. Ror.inon. in the town of Mrh!ield, in ssid district, on the 2fih dsy of May snd 25th day of September next from 2 orlock p. m. until 4 o clock p. m.. on each of said days, h of said days and that ix an day from thw date: and that upon fail the 2oth day of April. A. D. jure to duly file and prove their respective months f mm 1921, w the time limited by said court for ssid creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Mamhfield. this 1st day of May, A. P. 1V20. PFRNIS L. CAMERON, HERBERT E. EMERY, Commissioners. May 4-11-18 3 1 Head of Stock A I cp.iuit ppt lirlp tn take rare nf my stork, I am obliged to ll the same at auction on Tuesday, May 18, at one o'clock in tho afternoon, on the premise about one mile from Middlesex on tbe road to Moretown, 31 HEAD Some now fresh, otheri to freshen in (summer and fall, all young stock and pood age. Term at time of sale. Sale will tx-gin promptly at one o 'clink. FEED. SP005ER, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. 10 Acre Farm, House and Barn Near Granite yille, at Auction Monday, May 17 at 4 o'clock loan, known a the Mathic-aon pla.. jllhere are 1 aire .f extra ifin.J land. , all 1i!!.-e. and a p! Intng ran b I j . : s .j v . i . . , - tk1 ft barn; n'mf frtiit. f ircnim- trrwa make jile bp e-ry. and if yt'U are imerr-teJ he ure rt-1 W peont. Terrr a I tiirvc t4 sale. .! rre fAT:"2 n'i.inrry. c:.- Tl - r ,1 w;l not I. u.LI I- f..t 1 11 O.lsi.. ' O. S. tMES-SOS. Osir. D. A. FEE BY. A ecu oncer. Ilii .le-irable little farm is l,vi I ed be iwnr. to tbe dsy airm-d for h-iring. bowe. hardwood to-n, rlortrv lirt-t. run- : st,-wet. - mi ieiroie lime urn 1 Kwatea ' oitied to.n.ne wste sod evorvtbme In fs. th.rw FOR FENT- god ,-mmn eottsur b Doiil I m:ie irom ut 9. tv. line qnar mnrnT hefore said ec-n. at the t'nre nd ; .bout b rksoe: oww-r rebuilt and r-rw.r-4 ,o-ne mt-. " , , tie, near the r'uell .)e:ord latm Pmr. ajyienod. tbm and tr--e ia said court for a etre home, and hav.ng tbe eifono If w. S-of. RM-irr b- ittf and cir.lv abmit 2 mil.s from illiarns- " make your - vow. to the rraouag of of losine bs wife tba aroperly is for sale Tf pry(T So- r roiisre: in'mire of Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants. Lost and Pound. For Sale, To Let, etc. ehort adver. tisements at the rate of three linea foe twenty-five centa for the first Insertion and five cents for each subsequent Insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR 8 A LK 8 houses, To ' acres landf barn. silo, express wagon, white flume lamp burners: Can't Clog oil burners: V. S. separators ; engines and Randolph clutch pulleys ,G. H. Adams, South Barre. 8&t4!S FOR SALE-One 2-tonement" house" and 3 building lots on Pearl street, the Oarvey estate: James T. Marrion, sdmr 29tf "GREENLEIGH," 205 8. Main street, for sale; the semi-bungalow residence of the late W. F. Milne, built within S years : eon tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tubs, cement cel lar floor and steam heat : henhouse and t ex. tra lota go with the property: apple trees, berry bushes, etc and g-ai-den in good con dition ; apply to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel. 27tf FOR SALE fwMtory. 2-Unea.en't house. with good bars aod cellar Aider house and barn, all in good repair: each tenement has S rooms, electric lights and bath ; plenty of garden for both tenements; the bars could, for a small amount of money, be made Into a 6-room tenement : this is good property to buy fo.- home or Investment : sit uated at 14 Clark street: prke right: tele, phone JfJ-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland building; EIwinJL. Scott tf FOR 8 ALE On Montpelier road, t miles from Barre. 8-room house, modern Im provements ; large piana with nines on S aidea; barn and henhouse and about 2 acre of good land; will tell at a reason stile price snd terms if dmired; Mrs. H. 8. Miles, tel. 217-X after 6 p. re. tOttf THREE HOUSES FOR SALE to close out an estate: the 8 house am located on the northerly side of Hall streets, number 10, ZS. and 24; will be sold for the best ob tainable cash price; 8. Holliater Jackson, administrator. 26ltf WANTED TOBUY WANTED TO BUY Psstuns" cows i Haskell Swain, Plain field, Vt 47t HIGHEST PRICES PAID for furniture, bed ding, stoves, etc. ; also rags, magazines, etc, 'Phone 71i-R. Abram Fine. 4 Mnple avenue, . 25U6 CASH'FrTcES PAID for rags, rubbers, meU a Is. marnsinra, hides, and bags a specialty ; 'phone 407-R. Sam Gculd, 1(1 Brook street totw WANTED to buy straw at barn; tL MS-M. M7tf WANTED TO BUT Second-hand funTitu-W tool and itoves : inoulr O. Smith. S37 No. Main street, tel. 72-M. 41t26 MISCELLANEOUS WE ARE READY TO PLOW YOUR GAR DENS W, E. Nichols, tel. 666-M. 44tf GARDENS PLOWED-Aiao furnish drws in for gardens: C. A. Moulton. 14 Clark street, off Prospect street SOtf ANYONE DESIR INC. M AN WITH KORSB to work by the dsy, hauling ashes or gar base, or cleaning up around, call on E. Deto. tell, 49 Rout a Main street or telephone Will Page, 40S-W. 4ti WANTED . WANTED 'RelUMa young man wants fur nished room in a private fsmily of Cath olic ; address 'A.." Daily Tim. 4St4 WANTED Horses "to "pasture; tel. J88-31 : Will Fificld, Williamstown. 46tf WANTED Six-room' tenement about May IS; Paul LeavitU uostoffice. or tel. Jl-K. . 46tf WANTED 10,000 people with corns, cal louses, ertema, hemorrhoids or sores, to buy a box of Honey Bee Ointment; guaran. teed; Drowns Drug Store. HU2 FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Two rooms in Esstmsn nloc furnished or unfurnished, for light house keeping : inquire of G. L. Wood worth, East man block. jtt IN CHANCERY, WASHINGTON COUNTY. GEORGINA DEP.LOKS. EXECUTOR JOSEPH LADRIE, VS. ANTHONY A. BIANCHI. ANGELO CEI.LI AND WEST END TOOL SHARPENING CO. In the tints entitled cause, pending; in the emrt of chancery in ssid county. FT IS HKREHY GJtLKKEI) that said cause stand for hearing at the county courthouse in Montpelier, in the county of Washington, on the !Mh day of May, A. D. 1920. at o clock In the forenoon. Let toe parries thereto, the several creditors of the West End Tool Kharpening Company and of An thony A. Bunchi and Amrelo Celli. and all parties interested, be notified to appear at the time and place aforesaid, and show cause, if any they have, why the respective claims of the severs creditors of said West End Tool Sharpening to. and against the partners therein, arising from ssid partner ship, should not be proved and allowed ; the rik'hta of the rrrdilor determined and such claims and accounts a are just be ordered paid ; and also to show cause why the rights of the eversl partners should not he deter mined and the money and assets, after pay ing and satisfving the claims against and hahilitiea of said partnership should not be paid over and distributed to the several part- ' farm ; clapboarded horse barn with he ners. according to their respective right : merit : eow barn I partly claphnarded : tie- and also to show why the receiver's account should not be proved and allowed: the funds in hi hands distributed and th receiver and the sureties on his bond should not be dis chsrged. It i further ordered that all creditor of the West End Tool Shrprnm Company and of the partners of said firm, arieinr out of ssid partnership liability be notified ana commanaen to me ineir respect ive riaiiw : with Lewis c. Mo.xiy. es.iuire. cicrk of said ; court of chancery, at his office in Mrmt- twji. rinlv BiiV-irihMt mnA sworn tn within riatm on or before the date atoresaia sum claim will be forever barred. The clerk is also hereby directed to notify such creditor of the foregoing orders by mailing copies thereof, properly addressed to the last known postoflice siidress. as will ap pear by l-t thereof, filed by the receiver with said clerk, and also notify all creditor nd all other persons and parties interested therein, by publishing the substance of these orders in the Barr Daily Times, a newspa per printed in the city of Barre, in one r-ue each week, prior to the said 25th of May, A. D. 190 Said receiver is hereby ordered and di rected o oar to the clerk the expense neeee- sarilv incurred in giving the notice abov I . ,1 I Done in chambers at the city of Montpel-1 " ler. the 14th rise nf Arril. A. D. 1?20. I" K-bh-n u tll'TI I'll rhsneellor. 1 Wl FRKD M HI TI.tR. Chnclior. Girrn tinHrr my han. at Montr4T, In the county of Wshinrtn, this 14th day of April. A. D. . . LEWIS C. MOODY, Clerk. Apr20-2?May-ll-l ESTATE OF HERBERT O. CAMP State of Vermont. District of Washinrton. a. To honor ble probate court for the 4m- triet aforesaid, to the heirs and all persons interested in the etsle of Hrrbrrt tl. tamp, late of tbe rttv of Barre. in said district, da- ceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, application hath been made to this court, in writimr. by the eserutne. prarine for licence and authority to sell all of real estate of aaid deceased, to wit : Situ ated in the city of Barre. in said district, ineludinr the homestead nitht and tbe inter. HI nf t K aiT. ilwrntL rem eventing to said court tbt it would be bencfirial to tbe heirs and all persons interested in the estate of said dereased. to se.il said real estata and eonverl the same into money. And bnnaina into court tbe consent ana approbation in wntin of all tbe heirs to said estate residtn tn this state. nd citia forth the sttustion of the real eatat. WHTREIPON. the said court ppotnted i and assirncd the I4lh dsy of May. !! i fbe mhste oio. In Montnetier In ! '. disinct. to hear and decide upon said ppl- I cation and petition, end orderwl public no-1 I iire themi.f to be given to ail persons inter- . )eien tajere.o. py puoiwrmr mm " ; ec-.ber wih tbe time and place of hoarin. I three works surcnssively in tbe Bsrre rsily IT - . . .k in the Li I I Jtf .1 in,- tod Ifl .11 f . -,Ui.iIwim ih. yo 1 w.y band Montr's-r. In sasd dptnrt, tYi ct ' A - l. rRAXK J. TiS. Jude ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE T I M ES AND GET SURE RESULTS re cause. ' waraaiw. ai-llmr I s. ' . -o-.r. . i- ii FARMS FOR SALE 1 FARM FOR SALE-Situated 10 milea from Montpelier, consisting of nearly 226 acres, suitably divided into tillage, pasture and woodland ; buildings in good repair, running water at house and barn, place unoccupied at present and immediate possession can be given ; this farm will be sold very cheap, and the on that buys will have an oppor tunity to beat the hitfh cost of living; for particular address "U E. M.," Time office. 4tf A FARM BARGAIN FARM CONTAINING 825 ACRES, located 1 mile from It. R. station, high school, churches, store, postoflice, saw-mill and crcamsry : 7 mile from the city of Barre and Montpelier ; located on main traveled auto ana suite roaa ; n. r. u., leirpiione. iitmr good neighbors; 126 acre level tillage, fields smooth aud free from stone, htavy loam soil, high state of cultivation ; 100 acre excellent pastures, no better, well watered; 100 acre of wood and timberland, large quantity of oft and hardwood lumber, large growth, nice quality, this timber mean something to the buyer; 1,000 sugar trees, handy, level and thrifty; email fruit orchard; good fence ; large 1 t-story 13-room brick house, excellent condition, wide pleasant veranda, good water and nice cellar; bam 428x62 ft., 3 floors, hieh drive, silo, cemented cellar, CBMiboarded and painted, 2 cupolas, cavea Buouts, electric lights, lightning rods, and never-failing running water to a large 8x16 ft. cement watertub : this barn cost the owner $12,000 to build in 1912; what would it cost now? will include with this farm 104 head of cattle, 1 brood sow, 1 extra good pair well-matched heavy black horses ; all new farming tool, some of tiiem have aover been used ; mowing machine, farm trucks, smoothing and wheel harrow, horse hoe, lumber w&xon, 2 buggy wagons, pung, set of sleds. No. 17 De Laval separator and motor. Empire milking machine complete) (2 pails), gasoline engine, circular saw rig. 1 -horse lumber wagon, cultivators, I ruling cultivator, work harnesses, cream cans aiid all small farming tools ; the owner wintered this stock and pressed and sold 5 ton of bay thw spring; if you are looking for a large farm, excellent buildings, large amount of lumber, here is your chance; price right to sell at once; H. A. SHEPARD. Real Estate. Hardwick, Vt 46tl 16-ACRE FARM"F0R SALE 4 miles from Barre City and within easy driving dis tance to stonesheds in Uarre and East Barre ; 6-room house and barn in A-l condition ; 2 minutes' wslk to school ; butcher, mail car rier and creamery man call at door: first class neighbors and beautifully located; run ning brook through pasture; land in a very high estate of cultivation ; for particular write to "Farm," care Barre Times; tel. K4-12, N. E. tel. M VERMONT MONEY-MAKING FARMS." all sites, all prices; write for list, stating site wanted; Chausse Robillard, Burling ton, Vt. KttO FARM FOR SALE 248 acres, one ef the best farms in Washington Co., situated hi East Montpelier. 2 miles from P. O., mill and creamery, 4 miles from Montpeleir and 4 mile from Barre: for further particular addresa J. L. Buck, East Montpelier. Vt. 29tf BUY IT NOW ! Old 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 row, poultry, etc., which will help mightily to reduce the cost of living, and this desir able S-acr place is worth considerably more than the price, as tha buildinra would cost several hundred dollars more than is asked for the entire property; i located only 14 miles from the eity, only a few rods to school, and in fin neighborhood ;, buildings consist of a 6-room house, all in good shape: good barn and herihouse: there are 22 fruit trtxa, beside small fruit: the land Is level and will raise good crops ; buddings are bet ter than you would expect at tne price, which i l2.dM.00: would consider exchange for a moderate-priced farm. NEARLY NEW HOUSE, all finished In extra goad shape, in natural wood; good porch : also barn with plenty of room ; an ex ceptionally good set of buildinra ; 2 acres of land, with 1,000 strawberry pTsnts. also qusntity of raspberries ; a aplendid homev only about 21-j miles from the city, for 12.600.00. WE CAN SELL YOU A GOOD HOUSE, barn, and from 2 to S acre of land, for only 11.600.00. within 2 milm of the city: a snug home and must be sold to settle an estate; irt us tell you about this. IN THE CITY LIMITS. FOR ONLY t2.t00.0n. We can sell ytm a good -room house with 2 acres of land, 50 strawberry plant, currant bushes, etc : house is lighted by alectricity. ho city water, hardwvjod fin ish and part hardwood floors, bath, toilet, etc.; 2 henhouses: this certainly cheap. SIX-ROOM HOUSE with 4 of lnd, some fruit; a good home, for $1,600.00. HERE'S ONE that owner will cll or ex change for farm, with ait modem conven ience, steam nest, hot and cold water, bath, electric lighta. porch on 2 side ; an extra good A-ronm house, very pleasantly situsted only.about S minutas' walk from postomce; large piece of land ; a bargain. FARM ON THE MAIN ROAD from Mid dlesex to Water bury : S milea from Wster bury ; 80 acres in good smooth fields, free from stone, about 78 acres of pasture ana wood; estimated l.fiOO cords of wood, beaides snirar buh. which could be taken off the uis for 12 head : good comfortable $-room house : a good farm far $4,800.00 and the owner will include extra nice erews. 1 heavy horse, some fsney hens, set of good tools, surar tools for 250 trees, if sold be fore crop are put In ; a aplcndidly locited farm and a rare chance. NOW is a good time to look . , . these over. Better make an 1m mediate appointment THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY FARMS FOR SALE 40-ACRR FARM ia MarshfieM. V, mL from postonira un Cabot roaa ; location one ef be be., a lante lit story house, 10 rooms, all ia fine shape ; verandas both sides, tele phone ana share of stork ; fcti-ft. barn with i basement, built S rr. ao : running- water i house and barn ; raraire. henhouse and ftaolhouse: buildinirs all paintad ; land lavs warm: smootn, maehine-moaintf neld. a-ood pasture, quite a eusntilv ol tusibtr and wooo ; bww 75-CRE FARM in South Cabot eillaire. rood bmldines. all in fin sbaiw. all painted ; dsa In front: barn 4.1x40 with basement and drop bay ; n.nin wur to house snd bam : henhouse and tooinouse; rood appia ar- chsrd : -S acres Umbcrlsnit. Sfix) swar ti with bucket and pans; land lay nice: t ti. to S R. R stations. Marshneld, Waiden aod West LHiaviile; within 4" rods of arhool : a splendid brstioa and price riant; will al) with or wittiout Mock ad tools. 140-ACRE FARM in MsrsKlcld. m ml. from I postooSoe ; z-story a,us tn good shape : grand but Tarn just recently Mint over: ; - :. i- ti.i ewirped witJi litter carrier and horse fork:' r"r'T"w "tare. . t- shed room and toolhoose. large henhouse. " TO RENT -Four-room tenement w ith gar running water tn faouae and barn; iarro an-1 den snd henhouse: also other tenements : pi orchard, extra smooth nire-iayin fields :jVr- J T. Callagnan, 44 Prk street. 1t plenty of pasturing, the right kind: esti-1 1T4-W. 44tr matad l0 M. ft. of lumber and a lot of TO RFVT---room coftvve. all newly paint- vwwt thim ft-M un it . .r.A 1--mi i and can easily be enade to do more : umieone I ous-ht to get Interested in thw oral euick , when Uiey o it and find out the pnre. i A rmUBI.E-TENEMENT HOt'SE - R.m. I -i i a w.-... .w -i. .. u..u.j .ju, . boildinrs all ia fin ohape. all paint- i. Urge roomy shop, oi-shoeing frame a ,Am of sh. rlentv nf work for two ms I tao vrar around and ia a goad paying even-: wiunity. and m going to he soid : anyone watting for property ef this kind bad better bos wan aoo mmm mm pvibi mirmu i FOR SALE A dsndy ptaoe ta Msrsbn.ld .-ill... oa Cnusr, strv-t bouse, bs-n i mA l-.Vw Musi. h for tl hi : IS MS t K toll mm I u : a aire CVCJIW t ' - I . . . . .. u . . ' rTIsI F.ll.r. - - e- co-wee on st'i ttv I i- u ,.i --A v., I garden : opposiie 2 etor-o. rinse to pnsroe. J rhq-rso and acbonl : SNiiidmr. in ffne sbsoe: j -o-t-ie hr. running water, bsrd woo Wv t p-wt mow, a Ja-w. roorayj twra: au ra :ar nape: prww nr-t TW prnrwrtix. both hus S I i".agn, ' ns ad.cnd ta ee! : alo kv r-ore. . ... . , f3j A. R. COLE. Afrent ... Marshficli Vt. Tel. 12-2 HELP WANTEDMALE HELP WANTED Mugnesia Talc Co., Water. POOL TABLE FOR SALE In nxl rondi bury. Vt ' 4'ltl2 Won ; new cushion ; A. Corey. Upper Gran- WANTED ATONCEA horarahoerand Job- vi!ie;-..yt -. . " bcr; John Salter, East Hurre. 48t8 rOK oALE A lino used upright inane, full WANTED Mun on farm: would consider a .DOJM J'5l Lan.I'luiflld: 47t6 WANTED Man to car for garden and lawn ; address "L.," Time office. 48tS WANTEDA man for general farm work ; must he a good teamster and milker; G. E. Bliss, Montpelier, teL 427-W. 46t8 WANTED Bellman ; W. F. Da'vi, Water bury, Vt 47tjf WANTED Four or five men with families ; steady work and good pay for right par ties; also some lumber jobs to let; tel. Barre 477-4 or write Williamstown Co Will iamstown, Vt 44U8 WANTED SIX GRANITE CUTTERS; PNEUMATIC TOOLS, GOOD WORKINO CONDITIONS: . J8.09 PER DAY OF S HOURS ; ' ' COME TO THE SUNNY SOUTH AND WORK THE YEAR AROUND: NO CLOSE DOWNS; Mc KINNEY MARBLE & GRANITE WORKS, McKINNEY, TEXAS. 42t9 WANTED Night clerk and bellboy: also waitre ; Jerome F. Hale, Well River, Vt. J8tf WANTED A young man to Irarn drug business;' young man with several years' high school education preferred; reply to ned t rees Pharmacy. o-iu HALL'S BARBER SCHOOLS 814 Wash ington street. Boston. Msss. : wage, room, board, railroad ticket furnished by "61 Co operative Propositions" ; sret particulars. , 20t31 WANTED 1 exrjerienred automobile me chanics at once; good salary and perma nent position to the right men ; apply ai Palace Garage. Barre. Vt 18" WANTED At Fletcher "quarry. Woodbury, Vt. : mt.Pl fthren rxttwi , , . fnun M.r 1. 1920 ' wanted now, 2 complete derrick crews ; I have a general store and furnish goods to men in my employ at wholesale price : house rent at fs.00 to f 10.00 per month : surface ouarry and good machinery : write for more information and state your experi ence in a ' granite or marble ouarry : will him a fmv BnnrMiliiM ' E R. Fletcher. Woodbury. Vt Utt HELPJVANTEDFEMALE WANTED A middle-aged 'woman In a fam ily of 2 adults ; a good nice housekeeper, an Ameircan lady prefrred ; no children ; permanent position to the right party; tel. Montpelier 35-.W.A. Culver. 48t WA NTED -Girl for general housework" in small family; Mrs. Earl Hayden, Barre. tel.637-W. 4Htf WANTED Woman to assist chef; strndy job and good pay ; apply at once ; Hotel Barre. 48tS WANTED At once, table girl at Central Cafe. 22 Pesrlstreet 4Htf $3.50 T'FR DAY paid one lady in each town to distribute free circular for Economy Non-Alcoholic flavoring; permanent position : F. E. Barr Co., Chicago. 49tl ' 1. WAN! ED A girl for general housework : .-iouir of Mrs. W. A. Bradford, at !0S South Main street Barre, Vt 4tf WANTED At once, a woman a housekeen- er for elde rly lady : $9.00 per week ; apnly to A. A. JBoyre, 28 Perl street. 48t3 WANTED Woman a assistant In pastry room and to leant to cook : also girl in dish pantry: Pavilion Hotel. Montpelier. 47tfi WANTED A competent woman for house keener and to do general housework : no washings or Ircminirs : very good pay : the spplicant must furnish good references and b a good cook ; S in the family ; address "D.." care Daily Time. 4St EXPERTENCED WAITRESS WANTED AT ONCE At Miller' Inn. Montpelier, Vt 4it WANTED Wltrese for summer hotel. White Mountains: previous Sexeeriene.e im neerary : lmr season. June ?0-Oct 10; -"d reference" : Mountain View Hoel. Whitefield. N. H. 44tl0 rUPIL NURSES WANTED Ynunr w"omen to train a nursus at Barre City Hospi'l. Barre. 2tf WANTED A middlfas-ed woman for "en. eral houseworV state wsges : address Mrs Cullen Martin. Windsor. Vt 12tf WANTED A girl or woman for penerst housework : ynod waee ; r-rm-nent posi tion : t-lTine Mortpelier 129-4, Mr. P. M Buck. Middlesex. Vt n,t WsNTTD Pun" iui em" attendants st the Tenntrm State Hospital : wattes IJS.flfl pee month with malrtennre: for particular idre Dr. Arthur V. Go". Supt, Taunton Stnte nosnital. Taunton. Mass. 24tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP WAN'TEIwbwfh!eHmarrier eounle tnr a plen'd position on a frn. woman to set as housekeeper. havln full eharare, man to help on farm end if nuslfted to ss ehsnffeur: a mod onportunitv to reliable rarties : for full pertieulars . write to " W. II P.," eare Barr Times. 4StJS TfKI.P WANTKD Vounr men and women tn nosit'nns as attendant st the Ver mont 3tt Hospital for the Insane at Water, burr : to those who dwire. an opporrunity of-fe-ed tn attend nurses tranllnff eours ; ap ply st kosniral. Waterbirr. Vt. ISrf POULTRY AND EGGS Pt'RE BRKD S. C. WHITE LECHORM and Indian Runner durks' f-t for hatehine. 1.00 per settine: Carl W. Seaver. Wil lismstown. Vt. ; V. E. telephone SU8-14. ro- nle's trlephone (R-Sl. 47tf SIN'fiI.E COMB RUFT ORPIN'OTON EOOS for hatrhin from tbe best strain of PutT Orptnetons fn the eeuntrv; won S 1st prires s the Vermont State Fair and 4 1st at Barre 110 : pr;res reasonable; writ for mating list: J. P. Cor-ikle. S4rf EGOS FOR" HATCHING From my priie wlnnin trk of S. C. R. I. Reds and White Wvandottw Martin stuinl $10 00 rT 100 and 11. M for 15 ;B. F. Atherton. Waterbury. Vt-: tel. ?-. fOtfoe WHITE ROCK SETTIN'C. Ef!G : air i White Iehirom settine both from tanosrd strains ornrr now ; F. R. Chase. 2 H'rh street, Berre, l?rf Bs-RKFO Pt.YMOITH POK EC-CS FOR SH E Cood Isyine strain : Ale-rand- Rmnie. I0 South Mai street, teL 117-Y. ttS2 HOUSES TO RENT po RKNT - Sis-mom eotuee on Brsnrh ,tPrrt . n) Monti!"' S-21. 4?tf TO RKNT -ror4ii downstairs tenement at 4 Maple avenue; also &-room una fairs ten ement at 4 Summer strt ; inquire at ?? Church street, or tel. 6r7-M. 4Ttf TO RKNT My 15. t-room upper aoart- ment: veranda, bath, electricity, aas. lam reiisr and garden : choice location. K minute to Wsshttirton street carline; send replies to "N." eare Timsa oTVe. 44tf UPSTAIRS TFN'FMEVT TO REST Fve moms, at 4R Msi le sventi" : woodshed, eler- I trie liebts: inquire of Mrs. bhallow. I . . J 1 , r I l-M- l .A .ad nsocred : wooiVbed. htree bern and ' h hrr rsrdcn : tvwdv Msv l;rows. and csn you tell semi-fleiible from fiT.s or cmi at 1S South Main strew 1 to r boose. 41tf TO KTiT'ZLt'Tnnlv at sTkoWC Northern : all modern . apr-lf t Ni. M"in ,,r- ,. . . .... i TO RENT - T. nement t '7 Mcrrhsnt street. sl-o 4 ten-menu on v. nicy sTrei. :i in fS-.i-c'iuw wp: rwVrn surnsewnK: Geo. W. Mann. M tte .inrton street I'jrr , or-VT Tee-meat of 4) rooms: elrie i iSi. trth. ri: im.uiv oi v. if. r. w- i s, Vo-ih Vs n tret. t!tf I . rvT Tn trvr m bouae'st 'rvwr of TF NEMFNT 1 l"' ! V V"' m 4'nr biirk. I Nn 34' street : tn-;ins S. Currier firr 7 . m . So Ft rsu bouse. fill i a . . ' in ' ( . i,. i - , - - -- - w4r.h I..-o. ku k str-rt. G L. Woooworth. t.atmaa l'- ownit' T HTlfT C blULK Li-l)t.lO l-tf Pe t s-de rd tag you ra?J ,oe tw te to ve rr- - Tn jwvo-titlv Wii-Ssr nf -.orii t - r-T" MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Ti. 1 Orsacr Co . '1 io FOR SALE sue; mahotcany cae and in good pomli. tion ; will be sold cheap if taken at once : Bailey' Music Rooms. Barre. 4816 FOR SALE -One dumircart,"4VheisTl 2-in. hurnes as ; W. il. dough, East Barre. ; 48H0 FOR SALE A tested native Flint seed corn; G. E. McFarland, teJ..877-W Barre. 48tf FOR SALE Brand new truck, nunWin- intr, csd, sbxb pneumaiics, cost ; will sell for 2,CU0 cash; OieLUal Garage, Inc.. Bothtl, Vt . 4.jta FOR SALE One kitchen slovehot water connections aud kitchen cupboard; Vi'i Orange street. . 49 r OR SALE A 1914 Cadillac tiaaaencer ear in first-class condition ; 6 tire ; over II mile to tho gallon last year; Geo. F. Ball. tel. 188-W, 105 Hill atreet. . 4717 FOR-SALE--Bulck 4-eylinder" mcdeFl-SSs in good carder, 4 new tires and a spare. 2 set Exide storage batteries ; a good bargain as I am leaving town ; Fred Faubert, Web tervUla, Vt 48t6 FOR SALE-Ford car, at) in ' riLT inn. dition, guaranteed all right; new tire and lot of extra : Htnry Boslry. 4Htf FOR SALE-Meat market and grocery store, one of the best location in Burlington ; established for years-, must be sold to close estate; good clean stock; fixture include cash register, 2 computing scales, meat slicer, refrigerator case, smokehouse, etc.; chance for someone to step into an estab lished busniues ; addresa Administrator, IS North Winooski avenue, Burlington. Vt 47t3 F'OR SALE One Maaton foot-powarawTin good condition ; 8 saw and heavy balance wheel: J. A. Field, 168 Washington street. Barretel. 6!9-W. 7tf AUTO DEALERS AND USERS, attention I i i rat-class truck proposition : writ lor details and territory, to William O. Morin. Hotel Savoy, Boston, Mas. - 46tS FORD TRUCK FOR SAI.E Newly painted; all in good condition ; extra wheel ; call Sll1 North Mainstreet 46t8 FOR SALE A Ford s-passenger louring car; all in good repair; can be seen At 33 School street, Montpelier. 46t6 FOR SALE Chelsea Market centrally lo- eated on good corner; arranged for meat and groceries ; price right ; W. Morse, Chel- . y . 4iu , FOR SALE 1 soda fountain. 2 wire-leg r ble. $ wire-leg chairs, 6 wire-leg stool, 1 orangeade tank, one 16-gal. ice cream cabi net, one 20-gal. ice cream cabinet, 1 eigar case 4ftx2xl, 1 small counter, 1 cash regis ter, 1 sink for washing and draining glasses, 1 violin, and assortment of tin for making brick ice cream, 1 wood bed ; the abov good must be sold to settle estate; F. L. Jerd, axlra.. Randolph, Vt 29tf FOR SALE New Eureka corn planterTKey stone hay loader, Randolph "7" plow, pringtooth harrow, weeder, wheel harrow: Charles S. Riddel, Williamstown, Orange Co. 'phone. SOtll STRAWBERRY PLANTS WarteldTfien'ator Dunlap, Excelsior, $1 per 100; Sample, $1.60: Everbearing, $2.80; postpaid: discount on large orders; C. C. Paine, Bethel, Vt 63t FOR SALE Strawberry plants : Fairfield, an early variety ; Gandy, lata variety : price, $1.00 per hundred, $7.80 per M. : red raspberry plants: Marlboro, an early vari ety, has withstood 50 below xero without in jury, 28 for $1.00, $3.60 per hundred; J. E. Mitchell. R. F. D. 2. Barre, 'phone 223-J. S3tf VERY GOOD DRESSING FOR GARDENS Also shouts for sale; tel. 66-M ; W. E. Nichols. 2itf F'OR SALE A preparation for cFeaning granito and marble monument : brighten up the lettering and makes the v. hole, monu ment look clean and new: guaranteed: price on application: James Sullivan. 114 Park street, Bnrre Vt 18tf FOR KALE By gal. or "hhl.. BLACK DIA MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT: water. weather, fire and sunproof: 800 lbs. to bhl. : I am ready to paint or repair your roofs; E. L. l)cnmore. 1 Pleasant street. 12tf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE A good grade Jersey" cow; 47" 1-attcrson street 46tf FOR SALE-Two cosset Iambs; O. L. Mar tin, I'lainneid. vt 47t3 FOR SALE Extra nice 4-weeks-o'ld "pigs; wmta tnester: Dan w. Ladd. Barre: tel. 987-12. 82tf FOR SALE One cow. tested ; also ref rigeraT tor: John Silva, 23 River street Barre. 280tf HORSES AND VEHICLES TWO WAGONS, harness, bufnry, blankets' cte., for immediate disropal ; will sell cheaply; call on J. E. Valx, fl Center treet. ,9t6 FOR SALE Black horse. It yr. old, weirhl inft 1.&00; rood to work single or double; Lo a blark man horse, 7 yr. old, weighing- 1.400 lbs.; (rood worker, sinirle or double; will sell or exrharure for stork ; W. J. Nieh. ol. Beekjey Hill. tel. 07-'J4J 6 HORSES FOR SAl.E1 bva a number of rood Canadian horse, in mstrhed pair nd vinirle chunks, at reasonable prices; i. T. Jamieson, Williamstown. 43tf We Sell United States Tires We Sell United States Tubes None better, few a mod. Put on free while you wait VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C COI.TON. Manager U STATE STREET. MONTPELIER WHY rAY MORE? We are selling big, heavy, 2-in. Team Harness for $99.00. Lighter ones for less. Fitz-All Collars, $8.50. VEHICLE & SUTPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Manager M Stat Street Montpelier, Vermonl "ONLY ONE REGISTER" HEATS THE WHOLE HOUSE Save coal, saves labor, savea dust and dirt. Save all the heat, and your rellar is kept eool for tbe storing of vegetables and upplie. Practi cal, inexpensive, modern. Desirabla for city and coun try homea. achools. churches snd stores. THE PFR FECT PIPELES3 FURNACE. ORDER NOW. . MARSH-ALLEN CO. M. E. TeL 140 Orange Co. 'Paona WHEEL HARROWS ro yon know the exert difference hetwvrn ricid frame Harrows and scmi-nrxiMe nar. a full nesible roMtrw-tion T iioee your eye Itcll tbe diHerenoa between full coaeava i . . m w. A . . rt i 1 nnaw owes 7 -hat sort of d-c b. most utao. and shvh will lat the l..ret and. roost important of all. (u)t u bet suited to your landT loose ar of the thing we wnl u snow ynw ttore you buy a Harrow It east you !, to see our line of Harrows, ail kinds stybm. colors and pores. . Hrrow for ail s-1s ant ronrtitiocts oi L The finest and largv-t Harrow dwplay i tbe country, t ome ard ee- MARSH-ALLEN CO. V. E. Tel. lit) Orange Co. 'Pbo ODDS AND ENDS FOR THIS WEEK WrTEFI. HARROW -: lr; nw IIS IIIM 1 STFI L PEAM now ! I set IWH FI.E f'KIVlV HARNESS :. 1 new art TVMTI E FARM n ARM 'S ; I new HANO CORN PLANTER ... 2'i xrw IRrN I OK POLE EM'S IV .l TRUtKi f.w- IA bed Harrow ..: MARSH-ALLEN CO. E Tel 14 O ism Cot Tr,