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ABOUT THE STATE Eppeaingi of Interest from Different Sectioni. Isidore Lavalle, ajfed 89 years, who diod at his home in Winooski Monday, left 11 children, r2 grandchildren and 28 great-grandfliildren. f Mrs. W. A. Dalrymple liaa presented Ito the Vergeunes Baptist church a Ily Wr bell, in memory of her eon, Arthur 1 (deceased). While Rutland has reduced the price of ice for the coming summer 15 cents hundred, Brattleboro has raised it five cents a hundred. The Rutland spriee is 50c a hundred ana cratxie- ro 55c. TT.-wt W. lWle. for 15 Tears fore man in one department of the S. A. Smith Manufacturing company in Brattleboro, finished work there Satur day and was presented a silver tea service. He will carry on hie farm in Jamaica. I Two $500 Liberty bonds have been Irlven the Townshend Congregational church by John C. Whitcomb and his olster, Miss Isadore Whitcomb. The in terest from the gift will be used for church expenses. William T. Wentworth of Brattle boro was severely burned about the ace and eves Monday when gas ex doded at die plant of the Twin State Us and Electric company. It is not expected that he will lose his sight. Three head of yearling heifers be longing to Roval Faulkner of Wil mington were attacked by rats during lat winter, which ate large places cut of their backs, after Mr. Faulkner had itaken away from the bin the grain in which the rats had been feeding. The wound on the young cattle are three inches in diameter. Thy were kept in stanchions and could not defend themselves. Henry Laraniour, wanted in Rutland for breaking the terms of his parole and for tittering checks when there was no money in the banks to meet them, ts being held in Oklahoma City, Okla., until it is decided whether the state wishes to bring him 'back to an swer to the charges. The matter of ex pense to the state is the only one which would prevent his being brought back. VERMONT CAMPAIGN PLANNED. Women Are to Engage in Conservation and Thrift Work. Representatives of women's clubs and other organizations of women from all part of Vermont are to gather at the roof garden in Burlington on May 13 to consider ftiiform action on the J,,nt;n nf a definite constructive pro gram for conservation and thrift work among the clubs. Similar conferences already have been held in Maine and New Hampshire, with excellent prom ise for the coming season. The sav ings division of the first federal reserve district, of which Mrs. F. L. Higgin son of Boston is director, is co oper ating to the fullest extent in carrying on this work and. will be represented at the meeting on Thursday by Mrs. Charles S. Beard and Miss S. Agnes Donham, associate directors, and Mrs. Herbert J. Gurney, New England chair man of women's organizations, who will come from the Xew England head quarters at 25 Arch street, Boston, and by Mrs. Oeorge H. Smilie, state direc tor for Vermont, whose home is in Montpelier. The program (daylight saving time) will be as follows: ! 10 a. m. Opening address by Mrs. CJeorge H. Smilie. state director. 10:10 '"Women's Organizations and Thrift," Mrs. Watson L, Wasson, dean of women, LT. V. M. 10:20 "Conservation of Health." Dr. Charles F. Dalton, secretary of the Vermont state board of health, i 10:50- "Conservation of the Margins bi the Home." Miss S. Agnes Donham. . 11:20 "A War of Waste," Prof. O. C. Uroat, U. V. M. Recess. 2 p. m. 'Government Securities," Mrs. Charles S. Heard. 3:10 "The Broader Thrift." Mrs. Herbert J. Gurney, New England chair man for women's organizations. J 3:50 General diwussion of the pro gram for next year's work among the clubs. ' Auction Sale i - OF - Household Goods At 138 Brook St. Extension on FRIDAY, MAY 14, at 1 p. m. sharp. I I will then sell all my house hold property, of which the fol- !rm-inor in a rmrtial list: One rhamber suite, 1 folding bed, 3 leather beds, mattress, dresser, t-ft. extension table. 6-ft. table. 5 dining chairs, 1 china closet, 2 patent rockers,' l sewing chair, I lpflther unholstered chair. 1 hall rack with mirror, 1 reirig rrator, 1 Household range with rpsprvnir and nine, fitted for s'ood; 1 very large and hand- tome begonia with stand, ll vindnw shades. 2 nrs. lace cur tains, kitchen clock, pictures, amps, clothes rack, jars, jugs, 150 fruit jars, galvanized wash ;ub, wash board, crockery, tin ind glassware, odd tools, 60 lb. talt pork, small lot of hay and rrain. 3-yer.-old cow (Jersey ind Guernsey) ; 1 fine rooster, ind a lot of other property. Sale positive at 1 p. m., as hese goods must be sold. MRS. EMMA CROTEAU. ). II. HALE, Auctioneer. OI 'jHT ' ANY I OVMT! H rtit ra-e f-e ! roM. e'T "d T"tir,m; ! A an wan Tee e .-t an- MRS. NELLIE PECK, of Kan-r gas City, who 8aya her little boy never had a well day until-' he began taking Tanlac. Declare she will never be able to pay the ' debt of gratitude she owes the medicine. "I will never be able to pay the debt of gratitude I owe to Tanlac for what it has done for my little boy and me," said Mrs. Nellie Peck, No. 1421 Char lotte St., Kansas City, recently. . "My little boy Curtis is fourteen years old and never in his life had he seen a well day until he began taking Tanlac. I worried and worried over liia condition, but in spite of every thing I could do he didn't seem to gain any strength and was weak and delicate practically all his life. He seemed to have a very weak stomach. It just looked like he couldn't cat anything and digest it like other children. "He had no appeite at all and what little he did eat seemed to sour on his stomach. Sometimes his heart would palpitate terribly and he would get so dizzy he could hardly walk and as I stood and looked at him I thought he would surely fall over. He would have bad headaches and was nervous and could never sleep well at night. At school he was never able to keep up his work and he had to stay out a great deal on account of poor health. "I had heard so much about Tanlac I decided to try it and see if it wouldn't help him. Well, you just can't imagine how overjoyed I was when he began to improve! I kept right on giving him the medicine until now it is hard for me to believe he is the same child. His health is better than ever before in his life, and he is bright and playful all the time, and he enjoys going out and playing with, other boys. - He has splendid appetite, and I let him eat anything he wants. He is not the hast bit nervous any more and is asleep as soon as he goes to bed. In fact, he is perfectly well in every way. "After seeing what Tanlac did for him, I began taking it myself, as I have been suffering from stomach trou ble, headaches and dizziness for five years. Since taking this grand medi cine I am now happy to say that nev er suffer any more with these troubles. "Tanlac has been one of the greatest blessing that ever came into our home and I expect to praise it as long ai I live." Tanlac is sold in Barre by the Barre Drug Qo., in Northfield by Nat A. Wheeler, in Waterbury by Brisbin A. Brisbin, and in Websterrille by E. H. Nerney. Adv. 10 Acre Farm, House and Barn Near Granite ville, at Auction Monday, May 17 t 4 o'clock This desirable little farm is located about 1 mile from the .1. K. I'irie quar ries, near the' Kuell Je:ords (arm and only about 2 miles from Williams town, known a the Mathieson place. There are 10 acres of extra good land, all tillage, and a good living ran be made from it. A good H-roim notice and 40-ft. barn; some fruit. Circum stances make sale nercsarv, and if you are interested be sure and be present. Terms at time of sale. Also some farming machinery, etc. The real estate will not be sold before 4:30 o'clock. O. S. EMERSON, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. 35 Head of Cattle at Auction A I cannot vp competent Ji"'p. ' have decided to dipoe of m T atork at auction, on FRIDAY, MAY 14 at my farm in Williamto n. about i mile from ViIliamto n villnire, known a the Hutchinson or Milne farm, at 1 o'clock ia the afternoon: 35 Head 2il .leraer con a, w.me freh and bal- anil" to frelict n; 3 .lcrw heifer. 2 year old; 2 HoNtein heifer. 2 year old; one 2 rear-old ;nemey heifer. -" head of jreriinc heifer. 3 Jcr-ey cahea. 21 "mo. old .lerer hu!!, el gl ide to reci"trT. Thi 1tk i all tunercu)in teted rd i an evtra fine M lhat I ried with pret care. Term at time of ale. Fri day, Mar 14. at 1 JAMES HEXEV, Owner. D. A. PERRY. A ". TUP: BAURE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, University of Vermont SUMMER SCHOOL Burlington, Vermont July 5th to August 13th Courses in educational principles for kindergar ten, elementary and secondary teachers, supennten , dents and principals. Courses will be offered in English, French, Span- ish, History, Civics, Agriculture, Botany, Zoology, Fhysics, Chemistry, Home Economics, Music, Art, Ex pression, Physical Training, Physiology, Mathematics and other subjects. v A faculty of forty-three men and women will offer over fifty courses. Forty-three of these courses are free to Vermont teachers and those preparing to teach in Vermont. The beautiful and convenient Billings Library, with over one hundred thousand volumes, and the leading periodicals offer the wide range of reading needful in modern teaching. The laboratories, museum and other facilities of the University will be used by the Summer School. For the Bulletin address DIRECTOR OF SUMMER SCHOOL, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. ,T0 CURB RENT PROFITEERING. Recommendations Made for legislation to Massachusetts Legislature. Boston, Mar 12. Recommendation that legislation be sought to curb rent profiteering and to prevent unjiwt summary procedure against tenants was made yesterday in the report of a committee on rents and. housing ap pointed by Mayor Teters. A commis sion to serve as arbiter in dnput.es and another to make a survey of hous ing conditions in this city and in the state, were favored by the committee. The Great Cry of the World to day is production and thrift. Life insurance answers the cry for thrift better than any other medium because it gives needed protection if the sav ing period is cut fhort. "1st year. Na tional Life Ins. Co. (Mutual.) 8. K. Ballard, general agent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt. PROFESSIONAL CARD "DR7EDWIN F. howland bld. SURGEON BAILEY'S MUSIC Stringed Instruments Repaired ROOMS ' REHAIRING BOWS A SPECIALTY JAMES NICOL REUImNOLi-KR PIANOS. Marl, Avenue ' , Telephone 7.-W VICTROI AS, SOVORA. RECORDS AND SHEET MUSIC PIANO TUNING Lears f orders here for P'"? Tuning Fjv ynt EveTwU p-mm Kartnrf Telephone 3S9-W, Barre. Vt Tw ymn Hallett Davie Pi.no Factory - ,, One year ht'V.-ing Ware room Telephone 417-W . rear, curk a McMuw Badger's Auto Ambulance b. ARTHUR REED Tel. 7S-M Box US, Montpelier. Vt NEW-UP-TO-DATE-EASY RIDING Leave Room C.lto from a dtatn .t reasonable rate. Barre. tel. 889-W A. W. BADGER & CO.. Barre HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. The Only Auta Ambulance In the City HOWLAND BUILDING DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN Specializing in Extracting and OSTEOPATHIC niYSICTAN Denta, X.R Di h Offire in Room 85. Miles Buildin Telephone Connection OFFICE HOURS: a.m. to 12 m. and 1 l:S to Phone U9-M 4 pm. Monday. Tueaday. Thureday and Friday Thomas B. Tbmari GAfipE n'DX'TTOT 9 to 1ft a. ra.. Tueday. Wednesday. Friday UXjIN 1 io 1 and Saturday; :3m to 8 r. m.. Monday. WednerHny. Thursday and Frirtny; 2 to I , -r r- m . Tu-dey and Thursday. Montpelier ROOm 18, MlleS IJUllalng Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, in 80 to 1J a. m. ; Monday. Wednesday and Khday. 1 OFFICE HOURS: to 12. 1 to I, 1 to t In I p. m. U'"1 . ' ROOM 8. CURRIER BLK.. Bare Tel 862-W Telephone, 192-W SEITUS PERRY & NOONAN IN OUR NEW LOCATION UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS We are now ready to aerve both old and lioapital Ambulance Service new cmtnmera with a hih rrade of Jewelry. Kepair work ruaranted. Undertakers ana O. J. DODGE, th Jeweler Licensed Embalmers 24 ELM STREET SOLE AfiENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN" Depot Sq.. Barre Tel. connection. 47S-W 310T0R AMBULANCE RATES Kast Hrrre, Wchsterville and Graniteville to Harre Oiange, Washington and illiam'town to flarre , Long distance trips M. J. WHITCOMB, East IJarre, Vermont TELEPHONE 2S-W FARM FOR SALE OR TO RENT THE STAFFORD FARM Situated five and one-half miles from Montpelier City on the Calais road. Good Sugar Tlace Large Orchard 30 Cows The Rest of Pastures C. H. A. Stafford, Morrisvillc, Vt. WANTED Un.sk illed able-bodied men are paid $.08 pr hour and upwards at the f-tart. Interesting and steady employment. We can also use t-hipwrghts carpenters and fhipfitters. and s-teel shipbuilders of any craft. eight per cert of our rivctirp is on piece vork. Call t the Errrloyment Hiireau, The Atlantic Corpora tion. Portsmouth. N. II. TNA-AUTO Combination Insurance with agents in every city Gives automobile owners complete I protection against loss by: LIABILITY for Personal Injuries LIABILITY for Damage to Property COLLISION Damage to Automobile FIBE, Lightning, Explosion, Water Damage THEFT, Cyclone, Tornado, Transportation LOSS OF USE of Auto during Repairs J. W. DILLON, Agent 'Phone 34 R Barre, Vermont i HEINKnT.ER DENTIST -wont W , S5.00 7.00 . .2'le per mile joiner. Nir.cty- VT., WEDNESDAY, Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants. Loat and Found, For Sale. To Let, etc. ahort adver twement at the . rata of three linea tat twenty-five eenta for the flrat Insertion and Ave centa for each lubaequent insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR BALE 9 housea. 16 acres land, barn. silo, exprwi wairon, white flame lump bivrners : Can't Clog oil burncro ; U. S. eiwratora ; enKinea and Randolph clutch pulley ; O. H. Adama. South B"rre.86t6 FOR SALE One 2-tenement houne and 8 building lota on Pearl afreet, the Grver estate; J urn T. Marrion, atlmr. 29tf "GREEN LEIGH," 20 8." Main ""itreeC for sale; the semi-bunKaiow residence of the late W. F. Milne, built within 8 years ; con tain 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood flniiih and floors throughout, set tuba, cement eeW lar floor and steam heat ; henhouse and 2 ex tra lots ito wiUi the property ; apple tree, berry bushm, etc., and rarden in Rood con dition ; apply to Una. W. F. Milne, tel. HV-M Z7tf FOR SALE Two-story, 2-tencjBent house. with Rood barn and cellar Wider house and barn, all in rood repair ; earb tenement ha 8 rooms, electric Uxhtt and bath ; plenty of aarden for both tenements ; the barn could, for a small amount of money, be made into a C-mom tenement : this ia ffood property to buy fo.- home or investment; sit uated at 1 Clark street; prk' right: tele phone 56-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland buildinaxElwin L. Scott FOB SALE On Montpelier road, i niilea from Barre. 8-room house, modern Im provements ; lame piazza with vine on J idea; tern and henhouse and about Z arm of irood land; will sell at a reaxonnble, price and term if dmired; Mrs. H. S. Milea. tel. 217-X after p. m. 30t t H HE E HO US E3 FOR SAU3 to close out an estate,: the S housea are located on the cortherly side of Hall street, numbers 20, Tl. and 24 ; will be sold for the beat ob tainable ctwh price; S. HollUtcr Jackson, administrator. 269tf ' i i, i , "i ea FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE Nice 10-cow farm, with 1.000 maple and sutrar tools, rood buildinir. running: water; located in Marshfleld ; would consider villnire property in exchnnire; in quire A. M. Rcwera, Lower Cabot, vr R. C. Farrinirton, 'Waliicn, Vt. tOtfi FARM FOR SALEOne of the best" farm in the town of Cabot, consisting- of 21 acre of land: 60 acre in cultivated field, balance pasture and woodland : ftne level fields in excellent state of cultivation : will cut 100 ton hay, besides othtr crops ; lanre sugar orchard and plenty of apples; build inns A-No. 1, hi fine shape and well paint ed; fine lanre. modern bam, 180 feet lone, also ht-nhouse nearly 100 feet lonsr. cemented bottom: lanre modern bwine with fun nice, bath and all modern plumbinv. ineludiuv hot and cold wattr; lUthtnlnir rod on all build nln; fine running water at house and barn, aleo brook in paature; will sell with this, if dcilrvd. 1 srocd horcs. 5 heirs, 80 hen. 85 head of stock. Including; 6 head pure-bred Ayrshire to freshen soon ; alo all nece.snry farming tools, including mw milking ma chine, manure spreadrr. eouipment for sugar orchard and dairv tool ; frr pmrticujars in auir nf II. B. PaHridge, Barre, or W. C. Partridge, Mamhfield. &0t WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY Pasture cows; Haskell A Swain. Plainfleld, Vt 7" HIGHEST PRICES TAID for furniture, bed ding, stove, etc. : alo rags, magazine, etc. 'Phone 71S-R, Abram Fine, it Maple avenue. 2.rt' CASH PRICKS PAID for rags, rubbers, met. a Is. mairniine. hides, and b a specialty; 'Phone 407-R. Sam Gould, 161 Brook street. 46U' WANTED-fo" buy straw at barn ; tel. -M. ? WANTED "TO BUY Second-hand furniture, tools and stove : inquire O. Smith. 837 No. Main street, tel. 72-M. 41W MISCELLANEOUS WE ARE HEADY TO rLOW YOUR AR PENS W. E. Nichols, tel. 666-M. 44tf GARDENS PLOWED Also furnish dress ing for gardens; C. A. M mil ton, 14 Clark street, off Prosrect street. 8Ktf ANYONE PESIRING MAN WITH KORSK to work by the day. hauling he or gar bare, or cleaning up around, call on E. Deto. teil. It South Mate street, or telephone Will Page. 40S-W. 4tl WANTED POSitlON WANTED By experienced sten ographer; reference; P. O. Bon 26S, city. t(H2 WANTEDRefiabl-young man want fur nished room in a private family of Cath olic: address A ." Daily Time. 4IU VV A NTE IV- Horses to pasture ; tel. ae-Sl; Will Fitield. WII!iamtown. 46if WANTED Sii-roorn tenement about May 15; Paul Latvia, poatofflre. or tel. 11-R. 4etf WANTEI-To.O(M)iwifewitii corn, eal I louse, eczem. hemorrhMr's or sore, to . I i 1 1 ... , ninlmMili iriiinn. teed : Drciwn's Druir Store. AGENTS WANTED SELL TIRES Direct car owner. S03 non-ekid $11.75. tube $.L'5 : other sizes in proportion ; guar anteed 6.0i0 miles on liberal adjustment ba- is ; b'g eommlion raid weekly : experience or capital unnvisiT: Auto Tine Clearing House. liOrt West Uth, Chicago. utl FURNISHED ROOMS TORRENT Two room in Eastman block, furnu-hed or unfurnished, for light house keeping; inquire o( & U Woodworth. Fht man block. ' ESTATE OF Jl I.IA B. MORRI3 Ptt of Vermont, Dintra-t of Washington. . Tha honorable probata court for the dis trict aforeid. to all nerson interested in the entate of Julia B. Morris, late of Cabot, in said district, deceaaed. GREETING: WHEREAS. aid court u-s assigned the lth dsv of May nrzt for examining and allowing the account of the administra tor of the wtate of said deceased aid for a decree oi the residue of said estate to the law ful claimant of the aame and ordered that public notice thereof be given to rU person Interwtcd in said etU by publihing this order, three week sueceesivelv prev.ou to the day assigned in t-e Barre Daily Time, a newspaper published at the city of Perre, in tatd di.trict. .... THEREFORE, yon are hereby notified to appear at the prohaus office in M.-'itplier. In aid district, on the dor aoi-igned. then and there to contact the allowance of id ae. cemnt if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatee and uwtul claimant to said residue. . C.nen under my hand, thi 2Tth day or April, 1:. ' . . FRANK i. MARTIN. udg AprtMyS-ll' COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF HERNIl E WIM'BI R The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probete court for the durtrict of V sen met on. com mi., loners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claim and demand cf all persons (gainst the ette of Bernwe Wildbur. let of the town of Barre. in aatd dw trvt. dTeaoed. and all claim exhibited in oelt thereto, hereby give fotic that we will meet for the purpuee afomwaid. at the etnre of H. A. McAllwler. in East Barre. in said diftriet. on- the ZXth day of May and th day of Sertcmber next, from 1 arlatk . m until 4 o clock t. m.. on rwrh of aid dei-.. and that six months fr-m the Sih i iT cf Marrh. A. l. lin. the time limited w nun f,,r caid rrclitm-e to rnwut their ciainv to us for examination and allowance i Dated at Krt Barre. Ui 4th day of Mar. A D. ALBERT C. PICKFi HAHRY A. McALLISTF.R. Commissioners. Mar-U-19 Dissolution of Partnership The pai-'ncrthip -irtofore existing be tween lash t'.mi and J. Mnrt.n. doing tuns urder the name of Camp Mar-i nsa been dissolved 'V mutual cnsetlt. Said tr.p iil thereafter conduct the ma-i-e .t-4 -. s.,Lnr all r:utKn and eo.leet all mvne, .d f.rjn f JtiK MARIiN. Bsrre. Vt. My l-0. I l""Ct Qui m' MAY 12, 1020. FARMS FOR SALE FARM FOR SALE-Situated 10 mile from Montpelier, constating of nearly 226 acres, suitably divided into tillaue, pasture and woodland ; building in good repair, running water at house and barn, pluee unoccupied at present and Immediate possession can be given : this farm will be sold very cheap, and the one that buys will have an oppor tunity to beat the high cost of living; for particular addreaa "G. E. M.," Time office. 46tf A FARM BARGAIN FARM CONTAINING 826 ACRES, located 1 mile from It. K. station, high school, churvhea, stores, pcetofiioe, saw-mill and creamery ; 7 milea from the city of Barre and Montpelier; located on main traveled auto and state road; R. F. D., telephone, near good neighbors ; 125 acre level tillaee, field smooth and free from stone, heavy loam soil, high state of cultivation ; 100 acre excellent pasture, no better, well watered ; 100 acre of wood and timberland, large quantity of oft and hardwood lumber, Urge growth, nice quality, this timber mean something to the buyer; 1,000 sugar trees, handy, level and - thrifty ; small fruit orchard ; good fences; Urge lVj-story 13-room brick house, excellent condition, wide pleaaant veranda, good water and nice cellar; barn 128x82 ft, 8 floor, high drive, silo, cemented cellar, cutpboarded and painted, 2 cupolas, eaves- pouts, electric light, lightning rods, and never-failing running water to a large 8x16 ft. cement wutertuh ; this barn coat the owner f 12,000 to build in 1912 ; what would it cost now? will include with thi farm 104 head of cattle, 1 brood ow, 1 extra good pair well-matched heavy black horses; all new farming tools, ome of them have never been ucd; mowing machine, farm truck, amoothing and wheel harrow, horse hoe, lumber wcigon, 2 buggy wagon, pung, sit of sleds, No. 17 DeLaval separator and motor, Empire milking machine complete 12 nailal. gasoline engine, circular saw rig. l-hore lumber wagon. 2 cultivators, 1 riding cultivator, work hamrBHea, cream can and all small farming tool ; the owner wintered thi stock and p rawed and sold 66 ton of hay thia spring ; If you are looking for a large farm, excellent building, large amount of lumber, here is your rhance; price right to sell at once; H. A. SHEVARD, Real Estate. Hardwick, Vt. 46tf 16-ACRE FARM FOR SALE 4 mile from Barre City and within easy driving dis tance to stones heds in Barre and Eai-t Barre; fi-room house and bam fn A-l condition ; 2 minute' walk 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," core Barre Times; tel. SS4-12. N. E. tel. 45t VERMONT MONEY -MAKING FARMS, !! size, all prices; write for list, stating size wanted; ChsuiM A Robillard, Burling ton, vt nt0! FARM "FOR SALE 240 acre, one of th best farm in Washington Co.. ituted hj Eat Montpelier. 2 miles from P. O., mill and creamery, 4 miles from Montpeleir ana 4 mllra from Bnrre; for further particulars address J. L. Buck, East Montpelier, Vt. 293tf 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 aide, where you can raiee vegetables, keep a cow, poultry, etc., which will help mightily to reduce the cost of living, and this desir able 3-arre place is worth considerably more than the price, a the building would cost -v-rn ! hundred dollara mora than i asked for the entire property: U located only lVi mile from the city, only a lew roo vo school, and in fine neighborhood ; buildings consist of a A-room house, all in good shaoe: good barn and henhouse; there are 22 fruit tree, beside small fruit: the land i level and -will raise good crop : building ara bet ter than you would expect at the price, which 12.600.00: would consider exchange for a moderate-priced farm. NEARLY NEW HOUSE, all finished in extra good shape, in natural wood; good porrh : also barn with plenty of room ; an ex ceptionally good set of building ; 2 acres of land, with 1.000 strawberry plant, also a quantity of raspberrie : a plendid home, only about 2S mile from the city, for 12,500.00. WE tAN SELL YOU A GOOD HOUSE, tarn, and from 2 to J acre of land, for only II. 600.60, within 2 mile of the city: a nu home and must be sold to settle an estate; iet u tell you about thi. IN THE CITY LIMITS, FOR ONLY t2,tno.00. W can ell yon a good i-room house with 2 acre of land, J0 strawberry plant, currant bushfw, ate. : houee ia lighted by electricity, ha city water, hardwood fin. ish and part hardwood floor, bath, toilet, etc. ; 2 henhouses ; this ia certainly cheap. SIX-ROOM HOUSE with 4 acre of land, some fruit: a good home, for 11.600.00. HERE'S ONE that owner will ell or ex change for frm. with all modern conven ience. team heat, hot and cold water, hath, elertrie light, porch on 2 ide : an extra good -room house, very pleasantly situated only about t minute' walk from poetoftV: large piece of land ; a bargain. FARM ON THE MAIN ROAD from Mid dlesex to Waterbury: 1 miles from Water bury ; 80 acres in good smooth field, free from (tone, .about 70 acre of pasture and wood: estimated 1.600 cord of wood, besides sugar bush, which could be taken off the frm: elipbnarded hore barn with base ment: cow brn i partly elphnerdrd: tie up or 12 hed ; rood comfortable 4-room house: a good farm for 14.600.00 and the owner will Include extra nice cow. 1 heavy horse, some fancy hens. ct of good tool, sugar tools for 2B tree, if sold be fore crop are put in : a splendidly located farm and rare chance. NOW is a grood time to look ,hese over, P.etter make an im mediate appointment. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY FARMSF0R SALE 40-ACRE FARM In JUrshficld. ml. from ptntoflice on Cabot road; loration one af the bn... a Urge l'j stmy hmie, 10 rooms, all in fin shape; verandas both atdra, tele- I phone and share of stock ; n-it. narn wnn ' ha.emcnt. built S yrs. ago ; running water ' tn house and barn; garage, henhouse and Itoolhoiu: biiildmps all psmtnd ; land lays ' warm : smootn. ma-hine-mowing fields, good 1 pasuirea. suite a quantity of timber and ' wood : a nice home for someone. 75-ACRE FARM In South Cabot village, good buildings, all in fine shape, all painted; nicely finished rooms in house: wide veran da in front: barn 45x40 with basement and drop bay ; tunning water to house and bar a : henhouse and toolhoure: good arpla r rhard; 26 acre timberland. 200 sugar treea with buckets nd pn : Jmd lay nice: 6 nsi. t t R R stations, Msrshfield, Walden and West Danville: within 40 rod of school: a splendid loration and price right ; will aell with or without stork and tool. 140-ACRE FARM in Mrshflld, I'-i ml from txwtomce; I-story bouse in good shspe: rtiod big bsrn just recently built s-er: jencilrped witn niter earner ana norpe iwh. hcd room and too! house, large henhouse, t running water to house and bam : large sp 1 pie orchard, extrs smooth na-e-larin held : j plentv of pasturing, the right kind: esti mated lo0 M. ft- of lumber and a lot rt 'wood: thi farm will run 1 fox and team and raa easily be made to da more : someone ought to get interested in thi deal uirk hen they sea it and find out the price. ! A DOrBLE-TENEMENT HOUSE Pin. I shed end blackumith shoe, in Mrbnetd I illage. swilding s!l in fine shape, all lamt ; larve room shop, ox-ehoeing frame aa ide of snop. plenty oi wora mr no nra the year smand snd ia a rood paying com munity, snd is going to be sold : anyone wahing for property of this kind bad setter not wsit too long before getting interested. FOR PM.E A dsarty fdsee in Mrhfield nllsge 01 Creamery street; houwe. bsra snd swrhouse lswe enooeh for !' bens : aa aers of the best e land : 8 nice rooms la house, hardwacd fleers, electric lictts, run ning ester snd eventhing ia fe hre oout the risee: owner renuiix ano rwym rm ; for s sre home and having the mis-fortune erf Wvinr hi wife tha property is for saw I at a bargain. ,FOR SALE - fie rsidence on stre 1 in Vsre'-fielii nilaer. smw snd rwn end . esi iwi. : e-r . i"' ' - .--- ru"-e snrt sehonl : hin dinerv tn n shape : " e etrir 'ts.. e moinr s:r. hrd wod : Aiwi. 1 rlesnt i s Is -re metsjiy jha-a: ail ra sisrk hape; r'w PtH j TVese rTiTlv, W"th farms ssd 'see t4eriMl to sei! : B teo hsee rrwr- j A. R. COLE. A rent Marshfield, Vt. TeL 12-2 HELP WANTED MALE HELP WANTED Maintaia Tilc Co., Water bury. Vt 4DU2 WANTED AT ONCE A horseshoer ana job. bcrJohn SalterEast JBarni. 4!U6 WANTED Man" on farm; would consider a boyJ II, E, Lane. Plainflld. ' 4jW WANTED Man to care for garden and lawn ; addrciw L.,'Time office. 4tit8 WANTED-A" man "for general" farm work ; must be a good teamster and milker; G. E. BlUs. Montpelier, tel. 427-W. 4lit6 WANTEiS-Bellman ; W. F. Davia, Water- bury, Vt. 7f WANTED Four or five men with familie; steady work and good pay for right par ties; also some lumber jobs to let; tel. Barre 477-4 or writ Williamstown Co., Wtlllamatown. Vt. 44UB WANTED SIX GRANITE CUTTERS; PNEUMATIC TOOLS, GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS i M.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. 42t9 . . WANTED Night" clerk and bellboy : also wait ; Jerome F. Hale, Well River, Vt. 8tf WANTED A you n g" man"tol oa ra drug business ; young: man with several years high school education preferred ; reply to Red Crow Pharmacy. HALL'S BARBER SCHOOLS814 Wah inrton street. Boston, Mass. : wage, room, board, railroad ticket furnished by "61 Co operative Propositions"; get particulars WANTED t experienced" utomoMle me chanic at once: good salary and perma nent position to th right men ; apply Palace Garage. Barre, Vt, WANTED At Fletcher many. Woodbury. VI. : open hnp quarry from Mar. 1. 1920 : wanted now, 2 complete derrick crew ; I have a general tnre and furnish goods to men in my emnlov at wholesale price : houses rent at $8.00 to $10.00 per month: surface tmerry and good machinery; write for more information and state your experi ence In a granite or mart's ruarrr: will hire a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher Woodbury. Vt HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED An experienced housekeeper for an elderly couple; all modern improve ment in house; state reference : good pay: Mrs. L N. Perlcy. Lebanon. N. H. tOU WANTED-A middle-aged woman in a fam ily of 2 adult a gnnd nice housekeeper, an Ameircan lady preferred : no children ; permanent position to the right party ; tel. Montne.lierS6-4.Wu A.Culver. 48t WANTED Girl for "general housework in ml! family; Mrs. Earl Hayden, Barrel tel. 637-W ; 48tf WANTED Woman to assist chef; steady job and good pay; apply at once; Hotel Berre. 48U WANTED At once, table girl at Central Cafe. 22 Pearl street; 48tf WANTED A srirl for general houework : Snmiir cf Mr. W. A. Bradford, at 108 South Main street. Berre, Vt. 49rf WANTED- At ence. a woman a housekeep er for eldr rly lady : 19.00 per week ; apoly to A. A. Boyee. 28 Pearl street 48t3 WANTED Womn aa assistant Tn pastry room end to learn to cook : also girl in difh nantry: Pavilion Hotel. Montpelier. 47W Vt'ANTED A competent woman for house keener and to do general housework ; no washings or ironins- : very goxi pay ; the applicant must furnish rood reference and he good roc : 8 in the family ; addres "D.." care Daily Time. 46t ETPPPTENCED WAITRESS WANTED AT ONCE At MiHeC Inn, Montpelier. V. 4t W VTED Waitresses for summer hotel. White Mountain: previous experience un- necry long eon. June 0-Oct in: nd referencee : Mountain View HoM. Whitefield. N. H. 44tl0 PUPTL NURSES WANTED- Younr women to train a nurses st Barre City Hospital Fame. ,.2Stf WANTED A middte-aged woman for -en- eral housework rtite wge : addreaa Mr Cullen Mrtin.Windsor.Vt. lf WANTED A gi'f or woman for renerel hmtt-wnt-k : rood we: nermenent po' ion t-'-r.hone Mo"tpelier 12-4. Mr. P M Wiiek. Middlesex. JVt 01tf WANT"D Pupil f u-"-s n srtendan e the Tsnnto'i State Hnnttnl : wsee .'.fi0 nee monh w'th mairnnce: fdr psicti1r s.srve Dr Arthur V. Go. SupL. Taimto" S.te Hosrltal. Taunton. Ma. 24tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP HELP ' WANTEDYoiine men and wome-i tit laae oesiTT'oeis niiemuni, v ,.- . mont State Hospital for the Inssne at Water. MlTv: tO inoae Win ni.'., opummunT " - fVred to attend wnmes' tranllng course : aw. ply at hospital. Watseb-iry. Vt Itf POULTRY AND EGGS pl'RE BREb srcrW'inTEXFGHORNTnd Indian Runner ducks' rvr for hatchine. l.nn per setting : Carl W. Seaver. Wil liamstown. Vt ; V. E. telephone 8-14. Peo ple's telephone B-Sl. 47tf SINGI E COMB BIFF 'ORPINGTON EGGS for hatching from th iwat strain of Buff Orpingtons in the countrr : won S 1st prises t th Vermont State Fair and 4 1st at Barre 1810: pr-'ce reasonable; write for mating list :J. P. Corskie. S4tf EGGS" FOR HATCHING From iv "prire winning stock nf S C. R. I. Red and White Wyandotte (Martin stuinl 810.00 per 100 and S1.S0 Tor It :B. F. Atherton. Waterbury. Vt : tel. 29-S. 20t5fl WHITE ROCK "SETTING FGCS : also White Lehgorn setting eeg. both from standard strains onler now ; F. R. Chaaa S Hieh street, Barre. 12f BARRED PLYMOTTH" RfK"K EGGS FOR RALE Tood Uvlne strain: Alevand-r Renni. 20 South Main treet, tel. 2JT-Y. Stfil . HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Two tenement, known a the Tie-mcr pmieny. in mwis nam; arp'r W. F Sher-srd. administrator. 49tf Tt RUNT - - Six-room cottage on Branch street: call Montpelier 86-1 4ttf TO RENT 6-room downstaim tenement at . . i . 1.-, Li,.,.. nral.inlMi. TS SIBUie " " - -' -- emrnt st Summer street : inquire st j!? Church streex, or i.- -.. . TO RENT -Msy 18. J-room upper apart- . J S.-,l .Wlni). vm. I.m. mmi; vrr.i n., - - -. cellar and garden : chow IncatJon. t. minute to WatlinrTcn sirei raniiie. PT to -N." cae Times er8re. 44tf UPSTAIRS "TENEMENT TO RENT Five men's, at 48 Msrle nrenue : wondrhed. etsc ric lichts inquire of Mrs. Shallow. 8 Forsvthe place. '4,f TO RENT - Foo r-ronai tenement with rar- elen and henhouse: slso other tenemerts: Mrs J T. Caluurhaa. 44 Park street . 174-W. . . 44tf TO REST --ronm eertt.ige. sll newly paint- t-d snd pa tiered : woodshed, lenre bsrn and henhouse: also large garden: readr Mar 1: ted. :- or call at 1 & South Main streM tn see house. 4" TO RENT 8-room teremp-rt 1st fi'or. Th Nnrtnem : all modem: anoly at S.'O Nmh Mnin street 4tf TO RENT '-Tenement at 7 Merehant street ,1m 4 lenementa en W'lley street ail in ftrst-c'as hpe: pw-wrn bnpnsemeiite: Gen. W. Mann. 54 W-ti:mrtnn 't-v-e. 8L'tt TO RENT -Tenement ronens : eWtrte jh rth. rb"d: inquire of O. P. Shu-I- lef. . Norh Wein street 8itf TFNFVENT TO RENT in house at rear of Cnrner block. IW No. Msin street; in.'.ir nf R. S. Currier after 7 p. m, Ft-t etreet Bsrr " FOR RENT- A r4 7-r-vn eoears fcose. spVn water. hth- Hstchrider street Jf W. f-ntt. Fnls'er bkvk. 14tf TO FFVT Se-eei rn cr-ttare: inquire f Artb-ir Cole SemmT '-eet- tf COTTM.E HOfF TO RrvT On Vine street G l Wondwath. Fj:ms IW. rsf STOCK LABELS th : :le -.nJ Ut you- rtl I litfc frMMT AIM (Jr$T aKTW. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N E Tei. 14 O-aage l Trans: FOR SALE FOR SALE Four Weatinghouse eiecfruj fans in flmt-class condition ; alo 1 power 6A moving picture machine and a .good Wellington piano: all these article are in A-l condition and will sell at a bargain ; for invrotigatlon call at Allan Mc Lei lan a. Upper Gr&niUiviile. iOtg BABY CARRIAGE FORSALE Uaed"on eaapn : in ti rat-class condition: call nt 17 Central street. 4Htf ONE SAXON SIX, until June 1, $90ti ;" 2 small coal tovea to trade for 1 oak utove : 68 Waahington atreet. 4:rt3 POOL TABLE FOR SALE In good"condu tion ; new cushion ; A, Corey. Upper Gxan- ltville,yt, 48t6 FOR SALE A fine uaed upright piano, full size; mahogany case and in good condi tion; will be sold cheap if taken at once: Bailey' Music Rotm,Barre. 48tg FOR SALE One dump cart 4 wheels : i'pr;' 2-in. barnoua; W. il. C lough, East Barre. . 48tl0 FOR SALE A tested nativeFlint "'seed corn; G. E. McFarland, tel. 877-W Barre. 48tf FOR SALE Brand new truck, IVii-ton Win. ther, cab, 86x6 pneumatic, cost 3,000 ; wiU tell for $2,500 cash i Bethel Garage, Inc.. Bethel. Vt . 4t3 " FOR SALE One kitchen stove, hot water connections and kitchen cupboard; 122 Orange 8tract' 4t4 FOE" SALE A 1014 Cadillac D-paasenger car in nrat-ciaiui condition ; tire ; over 11 miles to the gallon last year; Geo. F. Ball, tel. 188-W. 105 Hill treet 47t7 FOR SALE Buick 4-cylindar model B-26"; in good order. 4 new tires and a snare. 2 set Exide storage batteries ; a good bargain as I am leaving towm Fred Faubert, Web sterville, Vt 48t6 FOR SALEFord car, all in firet-claa eon", dition. guaranteed all right : new tires snd lot of extras : Henry Bgeley, 4tf FOR SALE One Maston foot-power saw, in gooa condition ; s saws and heavy balance wheel ; J. A. Field. 168 Washington street. Barre jtel;6l9-W. 47tf AUf O DEALERS AND USERS, attention! First-clan truck proposition; write, for details and territory, to William O. Morin, Motet havoy, Boston, Masa. 46tv" FORD TRUCK FOR SALE Newly painted, all in good condition; extra wheel; call 311 HNorth Mainstreet 46t FOR SALE A Ford -passenger touring car: all in good repair: can bo seen at 83 School street, Montpelier. 46t FOR SALE Chelsea Market, centrally hi rated on good corner: arranged for meat and groceries; prica right; W. Morse, Chel- ea, yt. 41116 FOR SALE 1 soda fountain, 2 wire-leg" ta bles, 6 wire-leg chairs, 6 wire-leg stools, 1 orangeade tank, one 16-gal. ice cream cabi net one 20-gal. ice cream cabinet, 1 cigar rase 4ftx2xl, 1 small counter, 1 cash regis ter, 1 sink for wanning and draining glasses, 1 violin, and assortment of tins for making . brick ire cream, 1 wood bed : tha above goods must be sold to settle estate; F. L. Jerd, adm., Randolph, Vt 39tf FOR SALENew Eureka com planter, Key stone hay loader, Randolph "76" plow, springtooth harrow, weeder, wheel harrow ; Charles S. Riddel, Williams town, Orange Co. 'phone. JM.ll STR A WBERR Y PLTarfieidTenXtor Dunlap, Excelsior, II per 100; Sample, J1.60; Evarbearing, f 2.60 : postpaid: discount on large orders; C. C. Paine, Bethel, Vt 63t FOR SALE Strawberry plant: Fairfield. an early variety ; Gandy. late variety : prices, 81.00 per hundred, 17.60 per M. ; red raspberry plants: Marlboro, an early vari ety, has withstood 60 below xero without in jury, 26 for fl.iiO. $3.50 per hundred; J. E. MitchelL R. F. D. 2. Bane, 'phone 223-J. SS VERY GOOD "DRESSING FOR GARDENS Also s hosts for sale; tel. 666-M ; W. E. Nictiol. Iltf FOR SALE A preps rstion for cleaning grsnite snd marble monuments : brightens up the lettering and make the whole monu ment Jooic clean and new: guaranteed: prices on application : James Sullivan, 114 Park treet Brre. Vt 18tf FOR R ALE-By gal. or bhl.. BLACK DIA MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, fir snd sunproof : 800 lbs. to bhl. : I am ready to paint or repair your roofs: E. L. Dens more. 1 Pleasant street. 12tf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE A good grade Jersey cow; 47 Patterson street. 46tf FOR SALE One eow, tested: also refrigera tor; John Silva, 2S River street, Bsrr. J80tf HORSES AND VEHICLES TWO WAGONS, harness, buggy, blankets. etc.. for immediate disposal ; will sell cheaply; call on J. E. Vals. Si Center street. 49t6 FOR SALE Black horse, 13 yrs. old. weight ing 1.500: good to work ingle or double: also a black roan horse, 7 yra. old. weighing 1.400 ibs. : good worker, single or double; will sell or exrhsng for stock ; W, J. Nich ols. Berkley HUI. teL807-24; 4616 HORSES FOR'SALE I have a number of good Cansdian horses, in matched pair and single chunks, at reasonable price : J. T. Jamieson. Witliarastowa. 43tf We Sell United States Tires We Sell United States Tubes Nona better, few aa good. Put on free while yon wait VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COTTON, Msnarer 84 STATE STREET. MONTPELIER WHY PAY MORE? We are selling big, heavy, 2-in. Team Harness for $99.00. Lighter ones for less. Fitz-AJl Collars, $8.50. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Msnsger 84 Stste Street Montpelier. Vermont ONLY ONE REGISTER HEATS THE WHOLE HOUSE Saves coal, savat labor, saves duel snd dirt Saves all the heat and your cellar is kept card for tha storing et vegetable and supplies. Prseli- "I esi. inexpensive. modem. PeairsMe for city and coun try homes.se bonis, charches "d stores. THE PER FECT PIPELX63 FURNACE. ORDER NOW. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Oranga Co. Phona WHEEL HARROWS Do yew knew the exact difference ll" . . XI- , . mwtA aai.Heilble Mil rows snd csa yon tell a semi-flexible frtws a f .lit flexible censtnrtin? ! your ess tell yu the diTerence between fall eoncasa dtecs and partial conc-e dwes? Iu yna knew what sort of dsw has trew P net -at . on resietjare snd which i" lt the longest snd. most imr-Wsnt of st what is Sret suited ts yoir isns? Th ar -mr of the things we want to show yoa before yoj buy a Hs-rww It eosu n.rthlng to see our iine ef Harrows, al kinds, styles, raters sad prw-a. A Harrow for all sewt swt cemditsems ee eni. The finest and largert Harrow dwpaiy in the coon'ry. Come and sea. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 14 O ranee ( . 'Pknse ODdTaND ENDS FOR THIS WEEK 1 WHEEL HARROW I " i - rRAa now .! I STEEL PFAH n ow . .. ' i t miftLE PMvrs; harf.- : j new - r"t RT F FARM HARNEY 1 w H AND CORN FLANTTR 1. t ntw irons in pole rvn ... - M W TRl CkS f-w Wtei Hrr . f-' MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E lei ! Oissas Cevatf I w"