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THE BAIIHE DAILY TIMES, JJAIUIH:, VT THUTISDAY, MAY 20, 1920.
'ABOUT THE STATE f Pjpenlngi of Interert from Dlffertnt Sections. Henry F. Brink, 76, Civil war vfeter .n, ia dead at Castleton Corners. Rex Coffrin shot a white woodchuck, Hwtn pink eyes, in NortMeld recently, The May concert and danoe given ly the Outlook club of Springfield netted A Burlington man caught 22 trout in Hhree hours while Ashing near that city. At the annual mother-daughter banquet at Fittsford the other day 1U8 (at down, Bennington Is having a "health" week and St. Johnsbury is having a elean-up week. Approximately . 4,000,000 week-old perch fry were placed in Lake Uom oseen this week. . Seeking to recover $528 i the pay , merit on 35 cords of pulpwood. Boss Turco of Mount Holly has brought uit In Rutland county court against Har ry D. Hall. A boy by the name of Bruce, who caught onto a moving auto truok'in Will is ton a few days ago, broke his collarbone when he attempted to jump off as the car neared his home. Rev. Robert Brush,' for eeven years pastor of Trinity church in Shelbume, has resigned to become priest in charge of the Mission of St. John ithe Baptist, Hardwick, and district missionary of Lamoille county, the resignation to go into effect after July 4. Three non-union Rutland barbers, who are not following the schedule un der which the union barbers are work ing and who are working Sundays, have been complained against by the others, the city grand juror having been asked to prosecute them. No ac tion has been taken. A blue heron was the cause of the electric power in St. Albans being shut off one morning this week until the power could be switched onto a reserve line. The bird came in contact with a wire carrying 15,000 volts of electricity and its wings made a short circuit. It was several hours before the trouble was located, the bird's body being found on the wire a mile below the power plant at Fairfax. About 65 of the employes of the throe co-operative stores at Proctor, West Rutland and Florence, together with the Vermont Marble company employes who served on the store com mittees, had a. "get-together supper" Monday at Proctor. In ' the last 16 vears the total sales of the store have been over $5,600,000 and the profits have been $236,000. In accordance with (he established custom, every year these profits have been divided among the V ermont Marble company s em ployes. The average dividend rate has been five and one-half per cent. SPANNING THE CONNECTICUT. Good Progress on Temporary Bridge Opposite Brattleboro. Brattleboro, May 20. The Fred T. ly Co. ,of Springtield, Mass., which is building a temporary bridge on piles across the Connecticut river here to replace the one carried away by high water and ice March 2ft, to-day began constructing the 12 bent from the Vermont shore, having progressed a little more than half way across the river. Kach bent is 16 feet wide and tha span is 330 feet. Workmen have just passed an old pier built many vears ago, which is 30 feet under wa ter. The river, where the men ar now working, is 42 feet deep. Piles 60 feet long, the longest that can be found hereabouts, are being used, and after being driven into the bed of the river by a steam pile driver weighing a ton nd a half, they stick out of the water but a few feet and have to be spliced. It is expected that the east abut ment will be reached in about two weeks. The new steel bridge will be put on neit winter, the contract calling for its completion March 1. John W. Storrs of Concord, N. H., engineer for the. towns of Brattleboro end Hinsdale, N. H., will send a diver here to-morrow to examine the steel bridge which reposes on the bottom of the river, to determine its condition. It is thought the old bridge is badly twisted. RUTLAND MAN FINED $100 After Pleading Guilty to the Charge of Adultery. Rutland, May 20. Fred L. Labsher of this city was fined $100 and placed under a suspended sentence of one to four years at state's prison by City Judge George M. Goddard yesterday, having pleaded guilty to adultery. Tha charge was preferred by Grand Juror John 8. Dorsey. The woman in the case is Stella Coolidge of Ludlow, who is said to have left her husband and come to this ity to live a year ago. Recently the officer sent her Lack to Ludlow. She has two thildren. Attorney W. IL Botsford. who asked for probation on the prison sentence, said that the breaking up of the home, which ordinarily entered into a cane of this kind, was not a factor in the pres ent one. Mrs. Coolidge was a woman of the streets, she had led Labchere to be lieve that she wss unmarried. Latwhere will pay the fine. FOUND INFANT'S BODY. Brattleboro Mai Removed It from a Brook Authorities Investigating. Brattleboro, May 20. .Tame L. IIds--. on his way from the HMen A Martin plant to his hir at 75 Wil liams street yreterdar. Mf in Whet stone brook jut abve the iron bride near his bo-ne a bundle which he thought m:?ht hare fallen from an au tomobile, tiectinir a rake, he returned with Mrs. Homr and fjhd it owt of Iht water. It was found to contain the body of an infant in a brokea ertfce reptarl wrapped in py of Tr Reformer of Vv 13 sod a Fut lsM Hera.' of Mar 3." TW Jnrl ao'.bof it. tc at ewe tio-. fed and ( h1 of P,.!!- Wi;on. Mate' A'trT ti.twm and Select maa S. A- rt -fcmond went t- the -eie t4 ike d -iwerr. The br!r w g in n tV ru.u.tT of T -trt H-sIih T'-er I Hc-ter K- Learb peai fg aa in f teaisosV LIQUOR FOUND IN RAGS. Burlington Junk Dealers Arrested in Alburg as They Loaded Cars. Burlington, May 20. Jacob Perel man and Albert Marks, junk dealers of this city, were arraigned in court recently on a charge of smuggling liq uor. They were arrested Monday night in Alburg as Ithey were loading a freight ear at Alburg with rags and junk. In the car were found 176 bot tles of whiskey, two of high wines, and 192 of gin. The rye whiskey was Dominion rye, Seagrams and Imperial. The gin was De Kuyper and Molchen. The whiskey was all in quarts and the gin in pints and other sizes. When arraigned, both respondents waived examination and bail was fur nished by Max Samuelson and Isaac Perelman, both of this city. Getting It Straight "Beg pardon, sir. I though you were someone else." "Oh, no; I'm all right. It is you who are someone else." Boston Transcript. A Merchant Assigns ' ' the safety of his wife and children, if his money is in and at the risk of his business without adequate life insur ance for their benefit. Consult us. Na tional Life Ins. Co. Mutual). S. S. Ba'l lard, general agent, Rialto Iblock, Mont pelier, Vt. New, Positive Treatment to Remove Hair or Fuzz . (Beauty Notes) 1 Women are fast learning the value of the use of delatone for removing hair or fuzz from face, neck or arms. A paste is made with some powdered delatone and water and spread on the hairy surface. In 2 or 3 minutes it is rubbed off, the skin washed and every bit of hair has disappeared. No failure will result if Ton are careful to buy genuine delatone. Adv. RHEUMATISM LEAVES YOU FOREVER Deep-Seated Uric Acid Deposits Are Dissolved and the Rheumatic Poison Starts to Leave the System Within ' Twenty-Four Hours. Every drurtrit In this country is author, ixed to My to every rheumatic suiTerer that if two bottle of AUenrhu. tha sure con queror of rheumatism, doe not stop all agony, reduce swollen Joints and do away with even tha slirhtest twinira of rheumatic pain, ha will fladly return your money with out comment. Allen rhu ha been tried and tested for year, and really marvelous result have been accomplished In the moat vere eases, where the sufTerina and a irony was intense and piteous and where the patient wa help Ian. Mr. Jame H. Allen, the discoverer of Al len rhu, who for many year suffered tha tor stent of acute rheumatism, desire all suf fers to know that he dot not want a cent of anyone's money unlesa Allenrhu decisively conquers this worst of all diseases, and he lie instructed the Red Cross Pharmacy to guarantee it In every Instance. Adv. Make Your Own BUG KILLER P. D. Q. You can easily make at home a full quart of the strong-eat bug-killer for SSc. enough to kill a million beriburs, roaches, flraa and ant. This recipe will not bum. rot or staia the clothing and is entirely different from any other formula wa know of, as this will kill the org. Procure of your druggist a SSc package of (Peaky Devils Quietus I P. I. U . then you will have the chemical mad expressly to rid Hotels, Hospitals and dwellings of peaky bedbugs and other insert. Impossible for tha poky devil to exist with the nrooer use of P. D. Q. 8reciaJ Hospital Ue $2.60 makes five gallon your dru era-is t has it or he ran get it for you or sent prepaid either sis by the Owl Chemical Co., Terra Haute. Ind.. upon receipt of price. Look for the devil's head on every package. Adv. Become Slender Mih year wettat I t SO Mm., mr nor. urrtrr Dud G! AHAN'TEB by wlog 011. OF KOnCIN, toUewuif w diiscUau. bo'd by F. C. Rait. Canning A Lewis, liarre Drag Caw, E. A. Drawn ALL uy eVutsf-tt evsrvwtirrs self OIL CP KORtlN. Bconlrt EillH frn T Knei C Jv-ni btstisn r. M v-i. Hair Grown on Bald Head After fefof ftlmavt tKn? txild. a Now Trkn tatriBt prtHrtft f hair tf which pro thai t wtil Mad tha )afnrniow fraa to mroM who aka far it. Wnta: John H Bnt'at, fltatioa W, Nw Tarfc, IN. T. Many wawirs arJ mn ha rfow hair after all fajta. Cvt) Uua mi, ahaw athara. tkm M nmw, Auction Sale CityAuctton Market SATURDAY, MAY 22 at 2 and 7 p. m. Large lot of general mer chandise will be sold: Men's and boys' hats, caps, shoes and underwear, household goods, silver knives, forks, spoons, cut lery, gas flatiron, iron beds and springs, gun, cottage organ, phonograph, chairs, lamps, pictures, wringer, wash tubs, gasoline range, automobile chains and tires. AT PRIVATE SALE ev ery day: Brass and iron beds, National springs, mattresses, parlor, dining room, chamber and kitchen furnishings, large icecream freezer, ranges, and other goods needed in every home. 0. H. Hale, Auctioneer Compliments Exchanged. Getting on the street ear after- her, he stepped on her skirt and tore it. It was purely an accident, but that did not prevent her from giving him a tongue lushing, ending up with the re mark, "A gentleman would have apolo gized." The man bowed and -calmly said: "A lady would have given me a chance." Boston Transcript. "TIZ"- A JOY TO SORE, TIRED FEET Use "Tiz" for Aching, Burning, Puffed Up Feet and Corns ior Callouses. Good-bye, sore feet, burning feet, swollen feet, tender feet, tired feet. Good-bye, corns, callouses, bunions and raw spots. No more shoe tightness, no more limping with pain or drawing up vour face in agony. "Tiz" is niRgi- cal, acts right off. "Tiz ' draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. Use "Tiz" and wear smaller shoes. Use "Tiz" and forget your foot misery. Ah! how comfortable your feet feel. Get a box of "Tiz" now at any drug it or department store. Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never get tired. A year's foot comfort guaranteed or money retunaca. auv. Executor's Sale of REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY To settle the estate of the late Geo. V. Savery, I will sell at public auction at his late residence on the Quarry road just out of Williamstown village, on TUESDAY, MAY 25 at t o'clock in the afternoon THE REAL ESTATE consisting of two sets of buildings and about 8 acres of land. Personal Pproperty Consisting of 1 cow, 35 hens, 1 lumber wagon. 1 sleijjh, 1 bugy, 1 work har ness. 1 driving harness, 2 fur robes, 1 wheelbarrow, 1 spring tooth harrow, 1 plow, 1 whiffletree, iron bar, axe, forks, hoes, shovels, sevthe and smith, Iforse blanket, HORSE SHED AT WIL LIAMSTOWN village, 30 ft. rubber hose, grindstone, hand saw, buck saw. chains, ladders, hammer, square, and other articles not mentioned. 8ale positive. Terms cash. C. A. BRIGGS, Executor. J, T. JAMESON, Auctioneer. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR7EDWIN FrilEININGER HOWLAND BLD. SURGEON DENTIST PHONE FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING, BARRE, VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR RELIABLE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS. VICTROLAS. SONORA TALKING MA CHINES, RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, 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., Barre The Only Auto Ambulance in the City DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room fS. Miles Buildina Telephono Connection OFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m. to 12 m. and 1 :J to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS : to 12. 1 to t, 7 to I Telephone 192-W MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Et Berre, Websterville and Graniteville to Ilarre Orange, Washington and Williamstown to Barre Lcng dirtanca tripa M. J. WIIITCOMK, East Harre, Vermont TELEPHONE; ;9-W STONE CUTTERS, ATTENTION! FOR SALE ONE OF THE LONGEST ESTABLISHED AND BEST LOCATED RETAIL MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTAL WORKS IN THE STATE -ESTABLISHED OVER SO YEARS AGO A. F. LAMB. THE PRESENT OWNER. HAS BEEN IN THE RETAIL BUSINESS 45 VEARS AND NOW WISHES TO RETIRE THIS SHOP IS EQUIPPED WITH ELECTRIC POWER AND PNEUMATIC TOOLS NECESSARY FOR AN UP-TO-DATE RETAIL MONUMENTAL PLANT TO THE PURCHASER I WILL GIVE AID THE FIRST YEAR IN SELLING WORK IF DESIRED GET OUT OF THE DUST OF THE BIG SHEDS GET OUT OF THE STRIKES GET A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN COME DOWN ON THE A. M. TRAIN. EXAMINE THE PROPERTY. AND TAKE AN AUTO RIDE OVER THE TERRITORY NOTIFY ME A DAY AHEAD FOR FULL INFORMATION INQUIRE OF A. r. LAMB. THE OWNER, RANDOLPH. VT.. OR THE D. A. FERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY. BARRE. VT. WANTED Unskilled able-bodied men are paid $.58 per hour and upwards at the start. Interesting and steady employment. We can also use shipwrights, carpenters and joiners, shipf.ttcrs, and steel shipbuilders of any craft. Call at the Employment Bureau, The Atlantic Corpora tion, Portsmouth, N. II. , Real Estate and Personal Property As I am planning to mako a change I will sell mv real estate, stock and tools at auction on MONDAY, MAY 24, 1920 at n:30 o'clock in the afternoon on the premises known as the Button place, Vi mile from East Orange MY HOME PLACE , Containing 115 acres; 6f acres in till age,, in high state of cultivation; nice apple orchard; sugar orchard of 500 trees; about 50 acres of standing tim ber, estimated to cut 400,000 ft. of soft wood lumber and the same amount of hardwood; located only mile from saw and bobbin mills; splendid set of buildings; 8-room house all in nice shape; bam 44x4fi with basement; silo; never-failing water at house and barn; new Biigar house, hog house, hen house, etc. Also, The Property Known as the FELCH PLACE Containing 115 acres; 15 of this is tillage with nice orchard; balance pas ture and wood; estimated to cut 50,000 ft. lumber. 10 Head OF TUBERCULIN TESTED STOCK 2 Registered Ayrshire Heifers To freshen in July; 2 cows, to freshen in the fall; 5 head of fancy high-grade Holsteins and 1 grade Guernsey to freshen iin October; 1 pr. bay mares, 7 and 8 years old, an extra good pair; 1 brood sow, 10 hens and rooster. FARMING TOOLS AND MACHIN ERY: Mowing machine, horse rake, weeder, 2 plows, wheel and spring-tooth harrows, cultivator, pung sled, pair of work harnesses, 2 driving harnesses, horse power with saw rig complete, set sugar tools, feed cooker, capacity 75 gals.; caldron kettle, No. 4 Sharpies cream separator, disc harrow, dray, 2 grindstones, trough heater, 3 cider bar rels, and all small tools. Also some household furnture. About 10 bu. po tatoes, from 30 to 40 run of wood, set tarverse sleds, bob sled, dump cartr, ex press wagon, set of steel trucks nearly new: bucEV wagon. Terms at time of sale. ARCHIE BUTTON, Owner, D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. PIANO TUNING Five years Everett Piano Factory Two year Hallett Davis Piano Factory , On year Ci-..-in Wareroom Five year Clark & McMaster B. ARTHUR REED Tel. TH-M Bo H5, Montpelier, Vt Leave order at Bailey's Mimic Boons), ' Barre, tcL 9-W HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 189-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors to 19 a. m TWdsy, Wednmdsy. Friday and Saturday: :S0 to 8 p. m.. Monday Wednesday. Thursday and Friday: J to S p. m., Tuesday and Thursday. Montrtelier Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, 10:S0 to 1! a. m. : Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1 ROOM S, CURRIER BLK.. Barr. Tel S2-W PERRY & N00NAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot 6i.. Barre Tel. connection. 4?&-W SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION We are now ready to serve both old and new customer with a hiirh grade of Jewelry. Repair work guaranteed. 0. J. DODGE, th! Jeweler 24 ELM STREET SOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN" .... $.Y0O . . . . 7.00 per mil , ,20c ESTATE OF PERCY H. WILKINS State of Vermont. District of Wanhlnirton. ss. The honorable probate court, for the dis trict aforesaid, to all pern on interested In the eatite of Percy H. Wilklns, GREETING : wiuiKKAS, application in writing natn been made to this court by the guardian of Percy II. Wilklns for license to sell the real rntato of said ward, vis : Situated in the city of Barre, in said district, representing that the sale thereof for .the purpose of put ting the proceed of such sale at interest, or inveetintr the same, in stacks or other real estate, or using the avails thereof for the Deneht or said ward a the law directs, would be beneficial for said ward. WHEREUPON, the aid court appointed and assumed the uut rinv of May. 1920, at the probate office in Montneller, in ald district, to hear and decide upon said appli cation, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested therein, by publishing this order three weeks iuecessive ly in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, in said dis trict, which circulate in the neighborhood ef those persons interested therein ; all which publications shall be previous to th time appointed for th hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place afopMaid, then and there in aid court to object to the granting of such licence, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, In aid district, this 8th day or Mny, lazu. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge, Maye-19-20 . COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF HENRY N. PAYNE The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district of Washington, commissioner, to receive, examine, ac.d adjust the claim and demands of all persons against the estate of Henry N. Payne, late of Barre Town, in said dis trict, deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the residence of Elmer E. Owen, in the town of Barre, in said district, on th 3d day of June and 2d day of October next, from 10 o'clock a. m. until 4 cclock P. m.. on each of said days, and that six months "m the 20th day of April, A. D. 1S20, is the time limited by csid court for said creoiiors to present their tiaim to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Barre Town, this Cth day of May, A. D. 120. ERNK8T K. HUTCHINSON, ELMER E. OWEN. Commissioner. MajrB-lS-20 ESTATE OF CAROLINE POLTI Stat of Vermont, District of Washington, ss. The honorable probate court Tor trie oi trict aforesaid, to all person Interested in the estate of Caroline Polti, late of Norato, Mht.toIs. Italy, dereaaed. GREETING: WHEREAS, said court ha assigned th A - J .. . Muwimintr and allowing th account of th. admini.tr, tor of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to tr. lawful claimant of the same, and ordered that Dublie notice thereof be iven to all per son Interested in sid estate by publishinc this order three week successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Time, a newspaper published at the city f Barre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified ta appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in .aid district, on th day aasiynud, thru and there to contest th allowance of (aid account if you see cause, and to establish your right a heirs, legatee and lawful rlaimanta to said residue. Ciivrn under my hand, this 6th day of May, m0. FRANK Jf. MARTIN. Judge. May6-18-20 ESTATE OF CHARLES B. TOWNSEND State of Vermont Dlatrict of Washinrton, a. The honorable probate court for the dis trict kforeaaid, to all person interested in the estate of Charlea B. Townsend, late of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased, UREKTIVO : WHEREAS, said court ha aasirned th 27th day of May neat for esarainina- and al lowing the account of the administrator of the estate of said dereaaed end for a decree of th residue of said estate to th lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that publir notice thereof be riven to all persons interested in said aetata by publish ing this order three week successively pre vious to the day assigned, in the Barr Daily Time, a nswspaper published at the city of Barre, in id district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on th day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said ac count if you see rausei and to establish you right a heirs, legatee and lawful claimant to said residue. Given under my hand, Uim 6th day ox May. 1900. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. MayIS-20 Absolute Dispersal Sale OF Purebred Holsteins 53 Head COWS, CALVES, HEIFERS FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920 at II o'clock GUY II. ALLBEE FARM, EAST HARDWICK, VT. There are H.'i w, all young an4 everr one sound; part have a credit -ablo'.V R. O. r.-oord and nearly every animal i eligible with individu ality and !.. All have (nxid breeding and some are rxrejit ionaliy well bred. Prarticallv the entire herd i in rlf in the richly' bred Haoh Sppis Pontic 2d, o. ITOWrt. a bull without a weak line in hi pedigree, who will aln be rld. This animal 1 cicely related to King Sc-r- Pontiae and King Segis Tontiae Konulvke- has 87". Ixr cent the same henhouse and toolhou: rood ai ple ar- T V ' " M- f cn Ham's .u'eichsrd; 26 acre timberiand. 2wu surar tree hterdinff on eld of sire on dam "' I ,k ,,krt. -nd pans: land lays nice: i lai. a the rre.it Ratf Apple Korndyke 8th By looking over his pedipre you will note cloae reIationhip to Tontiar Clo thildc IVKol, 37.20 lb., Blanche Sepi IVKol, 31.21 rt., and Srgi Fayne Jo hanna, one of the jrreatet female of the breed. Consider th value of oalve from this hreodinji. Thi animal i worth half as murh a your entire herd a a head. WE WILL ALSO SELL IS HEIFER CALVES ai fin a lot a fan b found 3 MALE CALVES. 1 YEARLING BULL. Attend this aal, May 21, t 11 o'clock. You ran t afford to m! h. Sale hep-ins promptly. ALL STOCK TUBERCULIN TESTED AND WILL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO THE SIXTY-DAY RETEST. Catalog at aale. The farm ia located only a few minutea walk from the railroad atatioa at East Hardwick, Vt. Reasonable termt ef payment GUY H- ALLEEE. Owner, East Hardwick, Vt D. A, PERRY, Auctioneer, Batra, Vt Help Wanted Young men and girls for lipht machine work and a.emb'irg in our electri cal derartment hours per week with good wages. KENDRICK & DAVIS CO. Lebanon. X. II. Three Lines for 25c a The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. hort adver tisements at the rate of three lines for twenty-five cent for th first Insertion end five cent for each subsequent insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE GOOD PIECE OF RESIDENCE PROPERTY NEAR CURRIER PARK, CITY OF BARE ; INQUIRE OF GEO. L. MORRIS, ROOM 1. BOLSTER BLOCK. 67tf FOR SALE 3 houses, 15 aeres land, barn. silo, express wagon, white flam lamp burners ; Can't Clog oil burners ; U. S. separators ; engine and Randolph clutch pulleys ; G.H. Adams, Smith Barre. ! FOR SALE One 2-tenenient "house and $ building lota on Pearl treet, th Garvey estate; Jamea T. Marrion admr 2 "GREEN LEIGH," 206 Si Main street,' for sale; the semi-bungalow residence of the lt W. F. Mline, built within 3 year; eon tain 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floor throughout, set tubs, cement cel lar floor and steam heat ; henhouse and 2 ex tra lota go with the property ; apple tree, berry bushes, etc., and garden in good con dition ; apply to Mr. W. F. Milne, tel. 429-M. 27tf FOR SaEE Two-story, 2-tenement house, with good barn and cellar under hous and barn, all in good repair: each tenement ha 6 rooms, electric light and bath ; plenty of garden for both tenement; th barn could, for a small amount of money, b made into a 6-room tenement; this is good property to buy fo- home or investment; sit uated at 14 Clark street; prW right! tele phone 66-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland building: ElwinL. Scott FOR-SALE Ob Montpelier road, i mile from Barre. 8-room house, modern Im provements; large piazza with vines on I side : barn and henhouse and about 2 aere of good land ; will cell at a reasonable price snd terms if desired; Mr. H. S. Mile, tel. 217-X after p. m. 04tl THREE HOUSES f6rSALE to close'em an estate: the S nouses are located on the northerly side of Hall street, number 20, 22. and 24; will be sold for the best ob tainable cash pric; S. Holllster Jackson, administrator. 26Stf FARMS FOR SALE FOR RENT OR SALE 12-aere farm, 15 minutes' walk from Granitrevile. pleasant location ; spring water, good 8-room house, barn in good repair, apple orchard and snuui fruit; land can ail be cultivated; a fine op portunity for a market gardener : for further information call at Mclver's. 82 Jefferson street. Barre Vt. 64tf FARM FOR SALE Situated 10 Bilta from Montpelier .consisting of nearly lit acre. I " '" ". woodland; building in good repair, running water at house and barn, ular unoocupied at present and immediate possession can be given : this farm will be otd very cheap, and the oae that buys will have an oppor tunity to beat the high cont of living: for particulars address "Ci. E. M.," Time office. 46tf VERMONT MONEY-MAKING FARMS, all sires, all price ; write for list, stating sis wanted ; Chaus ft Robillard, Burling ton, VL IfttO FARM FOR SALE 240 acre, on of the best farms in Washington C.. situated In East Montpelier, 2 miles from P. O., mill nd creamery, 4 mile from Montpeleir and 4 mile from Barr; for further particular address J. L. Buck, East Montpelier, Vt. 299tf MONEY IN FARMING There is no question but that the average farmer is not only making a good living, but is saving money besides; he has a good home, healthy work, and a regular income. If interested in a good farm, we would like to show you these. NO. 1428 Located about t miles from Montpelier and i mile from Eait MonU nelier: contain 124 arras of extra rood land; about 40 acre of tillstre, which Jar easr to carr en ; 45 acre of pasture, a large part of which could be plowvd ; bal ance woodland : surar bush and some soft wood : one of th best farm in the county ; 9-mom house with part hardwood floor very rood a modern 2-ftoor barn with base ment ; piece will carry 2t head summer and winter: rur.ru n water at house and barn; the farm I storked with It rows, bull, ( horses, and is well equipped with tool, and ready for immediate occupancy; the owner is irk and must sell at once : mleht consider a house in Barre in part payment ; price for everythinr aa it stand. 110,000.00. NO. 1422 120acre farm near North Mont pelier for IJ.SOO.OO ; only Vi mile from school, stores, etc. ; place will carry 20 cows and team and is a real moneymaker; -ft. barn, silo, rood comfortable 7 -room house; in eonsidrrinr 'his, please bear in mind that it i practically a villare farm. NO. 142 Two arre. rood house and barn, near Williamstown on the Gulf road ; a fine summer or all-th-yer borne; pric only 11.000.00. Tlia is n exceptionally rood time to look around. Whether buying a hnm in the city or a farm, we ran please you. THE D. A. TERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY FARMS FOR SALE 40-ACRE FARM in Msrahneld. H ml. from posUirhr on t shot road ; loration en at he ha., a larre 1 W story house, in rooms. all in fin shape ; veranda both sid. tele phone snd shar or stock; ao-it. harn with basement, built 1 yrs. aao : runninr water to house and barn ; rarar. henhouse and 1oolhowe: huildinr ail painted: land lays warm; smooth, machine-mom inr fields, rood pastures, quit a quantity or Umber and wood ; a nic horn for someone. 78-s.CRE FARM In South Cbol r.llare. good building.-alt in fin shape, ail painted: nicely finished mom in house: wid veran daa In front: bam 4fti40 with bawtmnt snd J n K ninnin. t r to HMl c n H k n - to I R. R. stations. Marshfleld. Waldea and I West Danville: within 40 rods of school; a , splendid location and pne r.rht : mill KHjfoR RENT-A rood 7-room eottere"lioui. 140-ACDG FARM in MarshfUld, I4 ml. from jmatofnc ; r-tKT nous in rood shape : Mr oarn jus recenuy mint rrer ; ruqipped wi in mier carrier ana noree tors : shel room and tonlhou. lanre henhouse, runninr water to bouae and barn : larre ap ple orchard, entr smooth nir.lrine nciits : plenty of pastunar. th rirht Vind : esti mated I'M M. ft. l lumber and a lot of wood; this farm will run 1ft row and taarn and ran easily be made to do more: snnsont oueht to ret intereeted in thw deal quick when Uiey ea it and And out the price. A POUBLETF.NEMENT POl'Sr Bsrn. shed nd blacksmith shop la Msrhre!d illaae. buitdmea 'l in fine share. ll paint ed, larr roomy shop, ovhoeinr frame ,ide of shop, rlenty of work (or two men the yvar around snd ia a rood payinr eom tnnnitv. and I roinr to b sold: anyone whine for iwowrtr of th kiad bad better; not wait too Ions before reuiiuj Interested. 1 FOR MALE A dandy rsce In Msrahfirtd villa- on Creamery strm-t ; h"ue. batn . ..J I, . Imh. Iswe enooeh f (r 2H ben, : an I 4k. L.1 nf laad - a nice In . bardwond fioora. ,Wtn lieht. run- nisc water and ee? t th'r in fn, shsr-s ahout th i lace: owner rebuilt aad repaired fr a niee Iwwoe and bav.nr ihe mbfortune, of losinr hi wife thm priii-erty far sale banrain. FOR Lr A fine rsidewe est Msi'n ttr-t in Marbfiel-4 nl!sv. rnw ana nam ana ... f I . ,1. Tl Wl,. Ill . I charvr an4 scno! : SHinoinrs in rw snare wtrie lieht. ninmst water, bsrd wood Sn ia sImubI ronena. a farri barn; all itck sbar : prir nrht. TVw r "I' '' both fewi and viilare. ar asVertaied to eel! ; aba bave more. A. R. COLE. Agent Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2 FURNISH EM R003IS TO HM T rTi ia Ft-i -s bwk. farfed mr mfrJ-d frr Isrt.t bewe- lermi : i-air of i U swd ta. 1 - M, ka. irtt HELP WANTED-MALE SHOEMAKER wanted immediately liust be good workman on nailrd work ; good wage to right party ; apply to A. Bisxet, Shoemaker, 2 Merchant street, liarre. 6416 WANTED Janitor and" fireman for public building; address "Janitor," Time ollicc. 6-itf LETTERER WANTED A YOUNG MARRIED MAN. GOOD LETTERER, WHO CAN ALSO DO SOME LIGHT CUTTING : $8.00 PER DAY OF H HOURS; BEST OF WORKING CONDITIONS THE if EAR ROUND IN OPEN SHOP: NO CLOSE-DOWNS OR STRIKES BOTHER US HERE; OUR WORKMEN NEVER LEAVE THIS JOB; WRITE, STATING WHAT YOU CAN DO, AND WHOM YOU WORKED FOR, TO DAVIS GRANITE CO., MOKKISTOWN, N. J. 64t6, WANTED Farm hand and ' teamsters ; Greatwood Farm. Plainfield, Vt. ,oi! WANTEbVetabJe"1 gardener ; Greatwood Farm, Plalniield, Vt. -o3t8 WANTED AT ONCE Three men"for mill workt R. J. Miller, Kicker Mill. Vt. - 62tf WANTED Man in drag store, registered or one familiar with drug business ; Brisbin's Drug Store, Waterbury. Vt. tl2. HELP WANTED Magneafa Talc Co., Water- bury, Vt. .. WANTED-Four or" five men with families; steady work and good pay for right par- tica ; also come lumber job to let ; tel. Bai-ee 477-4 or write Williamstown Co.. Williamstown. Vt- 44U8 WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Woodbury. Vt. ; open hop quarry from Mar. 1. 1920 : wanted now. 2 complete derrick crews; I have a general store and furnish good to men In my employ at wholes I price: house rent at 18.00 to $10.00 per month; surface quarry and good machinery; write for mora information and state your ex perl enca in a granite or marble quarry; will bir a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher. Woodbury, Vt Htf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED A short order cook and a table girl at once at Key House No. , East Barre road. 61 12 WANTED Two table girl, xprriencnot necessary : second cook (manl, porter and a bellboy Pavilion HoteL Montpelier. 66t6 WANTED Pastry cook atJck' Restau rant tel. 6 1 6-M. 57 tf WANTED Kitchen women at Jack' Res taurant tel. -616-M. 7tf WANTED AT ONCEKitchen girl ; Inn, Chikea. Vt Chel 87tf WANTED A. chamber rirl ; rood, steady job: apply nt once; Hotel Brre. 67U WAITRESSES Also chamber maids for th summer season : apply Wm. M. GaJe, Mrr. Lake Morey Club, Fairlee, Vt. 66t WANTED A housekeeper on farm : family oi -l: lurht work: address letter to K care Time. 6516 WAITRESSES Experienced and inexveH enred waitresses wanted for the Hotel Rock-Mere. Marblehead. Mass. : a rand op portunity to be at th seashore and make rood money. 52t6 PUPIL NURSES WANTED Younr women to train as nurses at Harre City Hospital Barre. 25tf WANTED A middle-ftged woman for ren erni housework: state wfttres : address Mrs, Cullen Martin. Windsor. Vt. 12tf WANTED Pupil mitfi and attendants "et the Taunton State Hospital : ware tSS.OO per month with maintenance; for particulars ?dres Dr. Arthur V. Goes, Sunt, Tunrnn Stat Hospital. Taunton. Man. 24t; JPOULTRY AND EGGS FOR SALE Three black Museov ducks" price, 118.00; also ducks' erirs, 13. 60 per snttinr : r . k. ""ey. 61tf rURE BRED S- C. WHITE LEGHORN and Indian Runner ducks tm for hatchine. tl.OO per srttinir: Carl W. Sver. Wil liamstown. Vt; N. E. telephone SS8-14. Peo- pie's telephone B-S1. 47tf SINC.I E COMB Ft'FT ORPINGTON EGGS for hatrhinr from the best strain of Buff Orpinrtons in the country ; won S 1st prises st the Vermont Btate f air and 4 lite at Barr 1919; prices reasonable: writ for matinr list: J. P. Corskie. mtf EGGS FOR HATCHING From my prlre wtnnine stork or H. v.. K. I. Reds ann Whit Wyandotte (Martin tnln 110.00 per 1"0 nd II. 6" for 16 ;B. F. Atbertnn Waterbury. Vt. : tel. 29-S. 2O150" WHITE ROCK SETTING EGGS ; also White Lehrorn settinr errs, both from standard strain order now ; F. R, Chaa. 2 Hieh treet, Bsrr. V Urf HOUSESTURECT T6KENT Three-mom tenement at 19 West street hot snd cold water, rss and elertrie lirhts; inquire of E. L. Smith. IT West street, tel. S19-Y. or Alex. McHafTie. tel 1H6-W or SS9-M. B5tf TO RENT-Pleasant upstair tenement of 6 rooms, toilet, hot water, electric Kent, rarden ; apply to Mr. John Comolli. 4 Foster street. 17 tit TO PENT -Tenement 4 room. 110 a mo.; Smith place. Map! avenue; Smith Bros. I4tf rF.NEMENT TO RENT -R "rooms, bath, el n trie lirhts. res ; inquire at 40 Pearl street. tatf TO RENT-F.atirery separate t-mom tn mant on Elmore street : elertrie Jio-ht and ras ; in rood repair Mrs. Edith M. Carr. phone 414-M. tltf TO RENT Two tenement, known as the Ticm cr property, in South Barr; apply to W. F. Pherard. administrator. 49tf TO RENT Sin-room cottsre on street: call Montpelier SS21. Branch 47tf TO RENT May 15. S-room unper apart ment : veranda, bath, electricity, raa. larre eellsr and rarden : choice Ideation, t.. minute to Waohimrton street carline: send replies to "N." care Tim orTir. 4,,f UPSTAIRS TENEMENT "TO RENT Five room, at 45 Maple avenue; woodshed, eler trie lirhta: Inquire of Mrs. Shallow. H Forsythe place. 44tf TO RENT Four-room tenement with rar den and henhoue: aleo othr tenements: Mrs. .J T. Callarhan. 44 Park street, tel. 174-W. 44tf TO RENT -rorm eottaee. all newly paint ed and paperon : wootini. larre rwm and henhouse: also lanre rsrdcn : reaHr May 10: tel. 67-1 or call at lt5 South Main street to ee house. 4ltf TO RFNT l-room tenement, 1st floor. Th Northern ; 11 modem ; pply at S-'O Ko-th Main treet. Htf TO KENT- TenrmiT.t t 32 Merchant street. ai?o 4 tnemnt on w illey street, all In flrst-claa aSape: morVrn Impnevements : Geo. W. Mann. 84 Wellmrton street. I2tf T RENT Tenement of rooms : elrtrie lirhts. bsth. snco : inquire oi u. u. Bnurt. leff. iV Nortn jMsin street. itr TENEMENT TO RENT in house at rear of -, block. IKK No Mam street: innuire rf R. s. Currier after 7 p. m, 20 Fast Farra. Mf spnnr water, avn : naviwioer H W. Scott, Poster block. street 14tf TO RENT- Seren room rottare : inquire ef Arthur Cole, Seminsnr street. (tf COTTAGE HOlE TO RENT On Vln tree; G L. Wood worth, tastmaa block. :ini LOST AND FOUND LOST Wednday mornine. t elerk be twn Kuirtwe avenue and firantte Kavinrs Bank : finder plea return to Hurhe avenue. fiTtl LOST In vicinity of Wanvo street or M ple avenue, bunch of keys; finder pieaee leave at Time omce. iti LOST Will the party that picked up that I - bill kindly leave same at The Times office before 4 o clock t ndst - h huilW. LOST In Brre Sunday, a f white 1wr nd 4 white f-1 rr ilar hat tel I no name: finder will he rewarded by noifv- rt Th Tim oef'-e. Sita LOST Automobile miesbcr plate. No. l''4. botwewl Ixiwer t.rtmlei i!:e and W .t-r- bury; rail tel. 4 ,4-K or leave at Tune cv-e. Mtf f f f IVJ) FEM ITF.I P FAMlLi I1U.P .tMM)-TMr men or , . werrV ,. th, 4,r. ha0;,ar b. or rr nHs t wnrk in a rntVM mill : Will pay . ... - rail an K. Dak I ft a week to kwm a! carfare ; f..r far- i 1t)er f nrrnaUm writa to Vr. Dauplaise. I ,. , - . . , k . Wau r , - HF1.P WA XTrn Youer em aad om ta tsk poBitcss a attendaaia at the V svet State Peepital for tb Insan St W ster-t-Tirr : to tNwe who sVre. an oppermrtty of frrd to at-ewd ursea' rraal'sr course : ap ply at feasmtal. ,titi, Vt. ltf WANTED TO BUY ( AH PRU It PUD for raa-.. n,t a. fee. als. m rn r-e r,,.vw. na r-.r- a iv, tv;i pbooe R- aas GonH. 141 Broos '-wt i ' W4NTTD -T buy trw at bara : . W.NTrr To PI T- 1-.-4 farwtt-. tis r-mtr O. , ' aia Wwt. tet. TVM. FOR SALE FOR SALE On medium-sized oak roll-top desk, with leather-seated oiilc chair; also 1 lady oak dek; tel. 178-R or call at 1 Frcnchtrtrt ; Mr. Nella S.Rooeoe. 67t3 FOR SALE Rebuilt "40-H.P7 Mitcheirnin .about, thoroughly overhauled, and new paint; lota of power and speed: price $260. or trade for motorcycle and sidecar; call and see it or write; L. C. Holman, Randolph, y t. : , . sow , FOR SALE Small henhouse, chicken roe pa and run; tel. 4S4-M; Mrs. P. M. Carr. ; 64tf FOR SALE A few more pecka of nice seed corn; E. J. Cook, 'phone 21-4, Chelsea. Vt ..; :'".: , 5t6 , FOR SALE One Ford touring car. also i Indian motocyciea, all in first-clasa condi 'jon ;Siin (jabroe, Jr., Waterbury. Vt 64t6 FOR SALE Gasoline range in good condi tion ; price reasonable; call at 74 Prospect "oet Mtf FOR SALE A plow, 14-tuoth cultivator and some hens; inquire of V. E, Magoon., TrowHjU. 63t6 FOR SALE A Quaker range and a Glen-' wood heater; both hearty new and in first clan condition ; call at 8 Bolster avenue. 6at FOR SALE One dump cart, 4 wheels ; 1 pr. 2-in. harness ; W. JL Clough, East Barre. 48U0 rlt SALE Tested native Flint seed corn'; G. E. McKarland, teK 877-W Barre. 48tf FOR SALE 1 soda fountain," 2'wlr4es' tsw bl, 6 wire-leg chairs, 6 wire-leg stool, I, orangeade tank, on 16-gaJ. ice cream cabi net, one EO-iral. ice croam cabinet. 1 cigar case 4ft-x2x), 1 small counter, 1 cash regis ter, 1 sink for wshing and draining glasses. 1 violin, and assortment of tin for making brick ice cream. 1 wood bed : tha abov good must be sold to settle estate ; F. L, Jerd, adm.. Randolph, Vt. 8Btf STRAWBERRY PLANTS Warfleld, Senator Dunlsp, Excelsior, II per 100; Sample. 11.60; Everbearing, 12.60; postpaid: discount on large orders; C. C. Pain, Bethel, Vt. 63t FOB SALE Strawberry plant: Fairfield. an early variety; Candy, lata variety; prices, 1.00 per hundred, 17.60 per M. ; red raspberry plant: Marlboro, an aril earl. ety, ha withstood 80 below zero without in jury, -it for $1.40, $3.60 per hundred; J. E. Mitchells R. F. D. 2. Barre, 'phone 22-J. B3tf VERY GOOD DRESSING FOR GARDENS Also shoats for sale: tl tfift-M . W F. Nichols. . Jltf FOR SALE A preparation" for-cleaning rranfte and marble monument i brishten up th lettering and makes th whole monu ment look clean and new ; guaranteed : price on application: Jame Sullivan. 114 Prk street, Barre. Vt. 18tf FOR SALE-By ral. or bbl., BLACK DIA MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, fir and sunproof; 800 lbs. to bbl.; I am ready to paint or repair your roofs : E. L. Derutmore, 1 Pleasant street. 12tf . LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE One rood Jersey cow, tubercu lin tested, as I have no pasture for her: H. HHolt. telSSJ-JS Barre 84t FOR SALE A few 4-weeks-old pig ; tel" 479-W; Amos A. Hall. 63tf HORSESANDVEHICLES -- TWO WAGONS, harness, blankets, etc.,'for immediate disposal; will sell cheaply; call on JE. Vals, JI2Center street 66U FOR SALE One delivery horse; Union Co operative Store.Granite street. I6t5 FOR SALIC A pair of working horses just right for a farmer: weight about 2.800 lbs., area about 9 and ,10 years; sale cheap; rood trade: inquire of S. Lavin, Northneld. Vt. tel.J2S-2. 66t6 HORSES FOR SALE I have a number of " rood Canadian horse, in matched Pair and single chunks, at reasonable price : J. T. Jamieson, Williamstown. 43tf Don't Lay Aside Thisf Paper TILL YOU HAVE READ THE AD VERTISEMENT OF OUR BIG SALE OF LUBRICATING OILS. "After Reading, Act Promptly VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Manager 84 State Street Montpelier, Vermont INCUBATORS List call. All Incubator at a big discount ONE 05-EGG 112.00 ONE 120-EGG 19.75 ONE 200-EGG 27.60 MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Oranre County Teiephon WHEEL HARROWS Special price this week. 1 CLARK'S CUTAWAY 139.00 I WALTER WOOD 42.00 1 SPADING HARROW la new thing) 4.nn 1 JOHN DEERE model K flexible.... 49.00 1 DOUBLE ACTION for tractor or horses , a dandy rig 86.00 FORE TRUCK for harrow 10.00 MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Tel. 140 Orang Co. 'Paon WANTED AS I AM NOT ABLE to follow my trade ai paperhanrinr and must work. I have started a paint shop at my house at 215 South Main street and would like a few butrru and slcirhs to paint, and also will rehnish furniture and enamel beds of any kind of reflnish work ; work done rirht and pricea rirht ; tel. StK-M : also a few loads of manure for sale cheap if taken at once: W. P. Durkee. tl2 WE COULD ACCOMMODATE a few more teetcd cow in Cooler's pssture; will also buy cow due to fmhen in September; apply to Hmry Lunde, tel. !44-X. T13 WANTED Five or 6-room downstair tene ment or rottare; ail modem unproe- mcnta : Summer street or Maple avenue preferred ; no children ; address "K.," Timca office. t 4 TENEMENT WANTED Modem convenience, central location ; send rerlie to "M. M ," ore Times. 6t2 W ANTED Four or five-room tenement, cen trally located, with modem improvement", for t adults : address "D.." Time office. Sfttf WANTED Two-hors stone wsron. Ksrven abeel. in good condition, 2',-in. le: state pricej Ate. McRae, Groton, Vt 66tl WANTED To buy second-hand side ear for Indian motoreyle; telephoneD3-M. 64'4 WANTED Brinr your automobile, warons, aieirhs or sirm to 4.15 North Main street to he painted ; also furniture refinished : Henry Bosley. Psinter 4tf WANTED LONG DISTANCE HAULING BY AUTO TRUCK PHONE OR WRITE JAMES E. CASHMAN COLLEGE ST.. BURLINGTON. VT. THONE 40&-R Kit V.'ANTED A i or a-room eottsre. 1 id of double tenement home, or downstair apartment; all modem improvements and best locality desired; address "P.." Time. Iltf MISCELLANEOUS Lawn mowtrs sharpened called for and delivered : 'phone 3S-W ; Granite City Tool Co, 5tr GARDENS TO RENT -On the Mead esUte; inquire of Mr. L. i. Mead, 3i Johnson stnet. tel. 764-M. 4tf PASTURE FOR RENT On F,ast Hill, larr rnoueh for 60 bead of eattie; J. Barouin. 84-14. " FREE SAWDUST 10.000 bushels nice dry sawdust : Flint Bros.. Waahuirton. Vt. i:te WE APE READY TO TLOW YOUR GAR-liKNS- W. E. Nichols, tel. -M. 4tf GARDENS PLOH F.I Abo furnish dress, tnr for rwrdern: C. A. M "ultra, 14 Cirk treet. off Prospect street I'Jtf ANYONE DESIRING M AN WITH KORSK M Haai Mala strwrt. a telepbea Will ADVERTISE YOUR. WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS 4