THE UAHHE DAILY TIMES, BAKKE. VT.. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE
Happening of Intereit from
" Mrs. Caroline Dorwln Reed, who died
at Hinesburg Wednesday, was 95 years
ai:d five cicntha old.
James McCullough caught a 150
pound bear in a trap on the mountain
in North Fayston a few days ago.
Rev. C. W. Bishop of South Newfane
hag been given a call to the pastorate
of the Townshend Congregations
Miss Corintha Mitchell wii badly
burned by the exploding of an oil lamp
at her home in Pittsford 10 days ago
and, not recovering as she should, has
been taken to a hospital for treatment.
The social service commission of .he
diocese of Vermont of the Episcopal
church is considering the opening of a
home in West Rutland for children who
are under the supervision of the state
board of charities.
Bigelow's drug store, the largest of
its" kind in northern Vermont, was
sold May 18 to Delos Buck, formerly
connected with the Mad River Lumber
Co. of Middlesex. A half interest in
the business was owned by the widow
of Charles F. Bigelow, late president of
the Newport National bank. H. M.
. Louthood of Newport owned the other
' half interest. The latter Will continue
as manager of the store.
Corp. Fred A. McGuin, who has a
brother in Peru and a sister in Chitten
den, died Feb. 15 in Vladivostok, Si
beria. Corp. McGuin served over two
I years In the World war, was discharged
" in June, 1919, and then re-enlisted for
. foreign service, sailing for Siberia in
September, 1919. He spent most of his
life in Daoby. A funeral service in his
; memory was held in the Methodist
church in Landgrove May 14.
" Henry Guimond was badly crushed
Thursday morning at the George H.
(Cross company storehouse in St. Johns
- bury, which slipped off its foundations
ithe afternoon before. Mr. Guimond,
with other men, was helping to remove
the contents of the building when bags
of flour fell from a large pile and threw
him against a row of flour barrels. He
could not extricate himself and one leg
iand his spine were crushed. He was
' taken to a hospital for examination.
; Because Michael Moran, an employe
tat the Brooks house, Brattleboro, was
'refused a loan of $3 to get his watch
out of hook by Manager George K.
: Sherman, Moran left the hotel Wednes
day and on reaching the sidewalk drew
tfrom his pocket a bottle which con
'tained denatured alcohol, but which
,'was nearly empty, and hurled it
through the plate glass front of the
hotel. He was arrested and later, will
be arraigned on a charge of disturbing
ASKS CLEMENT FOR PROOF
That Vermont Constitution Calls for
' Referendum on Federal Amendment.
'' Governor P. W. Clement has received
the following letter from Mrs. Lillian
If. Olzendam, bearing upon the suf
frage situation and its relations to the
rmiieh-tlked-of special session:
Hon. Percival . Ctement,
Your Excellency: Replying to your
letter of May 7, 1 am pleased to con
firm the telegram sent you on April
-'30 as follow :
Have Tead your letter of the 26th
with much interest. You state that
you lack assurance that present legis
lature would submit question to vote
-of people of Vermont and therefore
you deny request for special session.
In case suffragists submit signed state
ment from proper number of represen
tatives and senators that they will
ote to submit matter of ratification
to people will you call special session?"
. Upon receipt of your letter of April
26, it seemed to me that the particular
point stressed by you was the fact
that you had no assurance that if a
special session were called that the
question of ratification would be sub
mitted to the people.
As perhaps you know, we have al
ready polled the legislators four times
and "each time the reul!a were satis
factory to our cause. Those of us who
re interested in woman suffrage feel
that before conidpring the expense and
effort entailed by itaking another poll of
the legialators, "we must be very sure
that such a step a implied in your
letter would be legal, and, therefore,
In giving the matter your immediate
consideration, as you suggest in your
letter of the seventh, will you not point
out to me any section in the constitu
tion of Vermont which provides for
the ratification of a federal amend
ment by referendum to the people of
the state t You will remember that in
a convention with me early in April
you told me the attorney general was
to be in Montpelier the following week
and that you would consult him as to
his opinion on above point. As you
re the only person who can legally
obtain an opinion from the attorney
general on this matter, may I not ask
thwt you will let me know what his
opinion is regarding ratiftration by ref
erendum? Waiting your reply, I remain,
Liliian IL Oliendam.
SURRENDERED BY BONDSMEN.
Jeha F. Casey of Brattleboro Charged
with Statutory Offense.
Brattleboro, May 21. Tohn F. Caoey,
who hat been employed ic the Fort
Dirainer cotton mill, was arretted yea
terdsy by Sheriff Frank L. Wellman,
his bond-men. P-ichard and Gilbert Pol
Mrav, wishing to eurrender him, and he
was taken to Newfane, where lie wi'l
be arraigned on a statutory i-hr?e in
information fiied by Mate's Attor
ney E. W. ;ibon. t'aer a arrest
ed' several weeks ago and bound over
to county court
Several years ajrv Car. acmrdinjj
1 papers i-n tile in county court, mar
ried Mr, rrsh Thibodean of toh..
. Y.. wife of William Th.bVau, and
they hare had two children. The family
l:re' on rpnnjr Mrert. Mr. and Mr
Thihodeau hae t children, and
the fiir ch; drea are with the mother
ia Brsttleboro. j
A Wi;-:a.n lh.H.Tda a kii.ed ia
tKe car !' in everl rrsr
ac. ni Mr. ThiV'I-sa v h ,--'
pye& the mn i' hr ta-inl tjit--.h
msrr r l !- At th t -n- ;"
t jiT tTT-t. Mr 1 5. r,-i. m'. hi--nd.
Wi'.'.iam, rasne l p. a;tU!. c I:
is r'.i-mH tHst fc-h a-T snl Mrs.
T r ' ' UUrt tVi.- rrsr
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Talfsa t 't ' m h
ba tilt' fi nt t a.n.
Primary Vote Still Slow.
Somerset has filed with the secre
tary of state its report of the number
of votes cast in thai town Tuesday;
and Wood was the unanimous choice
of the five voters who attended the
primaries.. This is almost the usual
vote cast in that town ao that in one
town at least a good showing was
made. At the last presidential elec
tion 11 votes were cast, of which seven
were Republican and four Democratic.
The vote for governor two years ago
was, Republican six, Democratic two.
Last nig'it some 220 towns had made
their report to the secretary of state.
These have, been compiled by coun
ties, but not a single county was com
pleted so no addition ha been made;
but it was expected to-day's mail will
bring enough o a batter showing can
be made upon the entire vote cast, and
it is expected that Leonard Wood will
have one-half of the total cast.
The Theoretical Saver
who can do better with his money than
to take insurance for the protection of
his family is invited It study probate
records to show what men do on the
average. Let us quote our guaran
tees. National Life Ins. Co. (Mutual.)
8. S. Ballard, general agent, Rialto
block, Montpelier, Vt. V
Mother Gray's Powders
Benefit Many Children
Thousands of mothers have found Mother
Gray's Sweet Powders an excellent remedy
for children complaining of headaches, colds,
feverishness, stomach troubles and other ir
regularities from which children suffer dur
ing these days and excellent results are ac
complished by iu use. Used by mothers for
rer 3D years. Sold by druggists everywhere.
A liquid fire to the bedbugs, ante, roache
and fleas is what the new chemical discovery
really Is, although there is no danger or no
daman, ta he done by ' using it to your
springs, furniture or clothing. This new
chemical is known as Pesky Devila Quietus,
P. D. Q. Costa 86c. but thin few cent will
have the power of ridding your house of
bedbugs, ants, roaches and fleaa if you
purchase P. D. Q. P. D. Q. la ued and rec
ommended by the leading hospitals and rail
road companies a the latest and quickest
way of ridding the pesky bedbugs, ant.
Special hospital sl $2.60 makes flee gal-
i .,;.,, has 1. m " u n Virrvn ra it
ions jwr uiukkmiv - .
for you or sent prepaid either sua to your
satireae on receipt oi itkb vj -
Chemical Co., Terre Haute, Ind. The success
a t r r L.-.-. -a-s..awl tm it hn - n vm
ox r . xj. s. muewu '"" -,
been proaecutasd, peddling1 an imltjUion. Gen-
Ulna r. U. W nxr r""11 nu'-
RS. A. L. WILDRICK, of Los
Angeles, Calif., who aays she
had to spend half her time in bed
and could not get relief until she
took Tanlac. Declares she now
feels as well as she ever left in her
life and that she has gained fifteen
pounds in weight.
The following remarkable statement
was made recently by Mrs. A. I Wild
riik. a well-known and hiehlv respect
ed resident of Loa Angeles, Calif-, liv
ing at So. 222 North Alvarado street.
Mrs. Wildrick is 69 years of age and is
the mother of seven children. Her pho
tograph appears here.
"For the past year or more," said
Mrs. Wildrick, "I have been in very
coor health. I suffered principally from
chronic indigestion and my condition
was to bad I had to spend half of my
time in bed from sheer weakness. In
spite of all the medicine I took I could
not pofsibly get any relief and I be
came so nervous and unstrung that at
times I could hardly realize what I
was doing. I just had no appetite at all
nd suffered terribly nearly all the
time with indigestion and was really in
a very bad way physically. If I did
eat a little something I would always
have a miserable, dictressed feeling
afterward and I tell you I was going
down hill pretty fast.
Well, 1 just can't find words to tell
you how really bad off I was and lo
to tell you what Teniae has done for
me, for I feel as well now as I ever felt
in .my life. Why, after taking only
three and half bottles of this medi
cine I have actually gained IS pounds
in weipht and everyone telle me I am
looking better than in years!
Since I have been taking Tanlac I
have- found out that several of my in
timate friends are also taking it and
eervone of thrm are delighted with it.
I am surely glad to recommend Tanlac
and help spread the goo3nes of this
medicine. Yea. 1 want yml to t'e my
photograph. " thlt all my friend
may see how well I am looking. Any
one who could ee me now after eeeing
me only a few weeks ago would be
convinced tlmt Tanlac mut be a really
wonderful med rine."
Tanrac is sold in Parre by the p.arTe
jPm Co- in NorihnVld by Nst A.
Wf-.eeler, in Watertmry by Bril'.n A
' Pr .Kn. and in WebtcniiJe Wy H. H
Best for Eczema
First Application Stops Itching of
Eciema, Salt Rheum and Piles.
Ends Chafing Distress In Five Minutea
"Live and let live ia my motto," aays
Peterson of Buffalo. "DrugiriatJi all over
America eell PETERSON'S OINTMENT for
8S cent a larite box, and I say to thjee
druuirints, if anyone buys my ointment for
any of the diseases or ailments for which I
recommend it and are not benefited, triva
thm their money bock.
Tve got a safe full of thankful letter
testifying to the' mighty healing power of
Peterson's Ointment for old and running
sorca, eczema, salt rheum, ulcers, sore nip
ples, broken breast, itching scalp, chafing
and blind, itching and bleeding piles.
John Scott, 283 Virginia street, Buffalo,
writes: "Peterson's Ointment is simply
wonderful. H cured me of eciema and also
pi, and it did it ao quickly that I was
astonished." Mail orders filled by Peterson
Ointment Co., Inc.. Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
175 Acres Equipped $2,600
All Ready for Business
Quick buyer geta horse, 2 eows, pig. wagons,
machinery, tools, erope. etc.; close to town;
cuts 35 tons hay, 15-cow pasture; industri
ous man can make big woodlot pay for farm ;
400 apple trees, other fruit ; 600 trees sugar
orchard ; 7 -room house, big barn ; running
water, buildings fine condition; maple shade,
everything for $2,600, easy terms; details
page . Strout's Catalogue Farm Br5"Jl
33 States, copy free. STKOUT r ARM
AGENCY, 654BS Old South building, Bos
Executor's Sale of
REAL ESTATE AND
To settle the estate of the late Geo.
W. Savery, I will sell at public auction
at his late residence on the Quarry
road just out of Williamstown village,
TUESDAY, MAY 25
at i o'clock in the afternoon
THE REAL ESTATE
consisting of two sets of buildings and
about 8 acres of land. '
Consisting of 1 cow, 33 liens, 1 lumber
wagon, 1 sleigh, 1 buggy, 1 wonc Har
ness, 1 driving harness, 2 fur robes, 1
wheelbarrow, 1 spring tooth harrow,
1 plow. 1 whiffletree. iron bar, axe,
forks, hoes, shovels, scythe and snath.
Worse blanket. HORSE SHED AT WIL
LIAMSTOWN village, 30 ft. rubber
hone, grindstone, hand saw, buck saw.
chains, ladders, hammer, square, and
other articles not mentioned.
Kale positive. Terms cash.
C. A. BRIGGS, Executor.
J. T. JAMIESON, Auctioneer.
FRANK M. LYNDE
CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE. VT.
A Modern X-Ray Equipment
RELIABLE PIANOS. PLAYFR PIANOS.
VICTROLAS. KONORA TALKING MA
CHINES, RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC
Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt.
Badger's Auto Ambulance
NEW UP-TO-DATE EASY RIDING
Calls from a distanc at Msonsble rta
A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre
The Only Auto Ambulance In the City
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
Offic In Room 85, Miles Buildinf
OFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m. to If m. and 1 :S to
4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday
Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi
Room 18, Miles Building
OFFICE HOURS: to II. 1 to (. 7 to
MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES
East Barre, Webkterville and (iraniteville t Barre
Orange, Washington and Williamstown to Barra
Lcng distanca trips
M. J. WHITCOMB, East Barre, Vermont
STONE CUTTERS, ATTENTION!
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE LONGEST ESTABLISHED AND BEST LOCATED
RETAIL MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTAL WORKS IN THE
STATE ESTABLISHED OVER id YEARS AGO
A. F. LAMB. THE PRESENT OWNER, HAS REEN IN THE RETAIL BUSINESS
4ft YEARS AND NOW WISHES TO RETIRE
THIS SHOP IS EQUirrED WT7H 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 t 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. F. LAMB. THE OWNER, RANDOLPH. VT. OR
THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY, BARRE. VT.
Unskilled able-bodied men are paid $.53 per hour and
upwards at the start.
Ir.tere.-tirp and steady employment.
We can a!-o ue shipwright?, carpenters and joiner?,
.'hirf.tters. and stcI shipbuilders of any craft.
Call at the En:r!oyrrent Bureau. The Atlantic Corpora
tk n. Pert .'mouth. N. H.
Real Estate and
As I am planning to make a change,
I will sell my real estate, stock and
tools at auction on
MONDAY, MAY 24, 1920
at 11:30 o'clock in the afternoon
on the premises known aa the Button
place, Yi mile from East Orange
MY HOME PLACE
Containing 115 aerea; 65 acres in till
age, in high state of cultivation; nice
apple orchard; sugar orchard of fiOO
treea; about 60 acres of standing tim
ber, estimated to cut 400,000 ft. of soft
wood lumber and the same amount of
hardwoodj located only Vt mile from
saw and bobbin mills; splendid set of
buildings; 8-roora house all in nice
shape; barn 44x48 with basement; silo;
never-failing water at house and barn;
new sugar house, hog house, hen
house, etc. Also,
The Property Known as the
Containing 115 acres; 13 of this is
tillage with nice orchard; balance pas
ture and wood; estimated to cut 50,000
1 0 Head
OF TUBERCULIN TESTED STOCK
2 Registered Ayrshire
To freshen in July; 2 cows, to freshen
in the fall; 6 head of fancy high-grade
Holsteins and I 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, putig aled, pair of
work harnesses, 2 driving harnesses,
horse power with saw rig complete, set
sugar took, feed cooker, capacity 73
gals.; caldron kettle, Xo. 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
tarverBe. sleds, bob sled, dump cart, ex
press wagon, set of steel trucks nearly
new ; buggy wagon. Terms at time
ARCHIE BUTTON, Owner.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer.
Five years Everett Piano Factory
Two years Hallett A Davis Piano Factory
One year rhi-w-ing Wareroom
Vtvo years Clark V McMaater
B. ARTHUR REED
Tel. 78-M Bo 145, Montpelier. Vt
Leave orders at Bailey's Mvwie Rooms.
Barra. tel. -W
Specializing in Extracting and
Dental X-Ray Diagnosis
GAGE & GAGE
to 10 a. m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday: 80 to R p. m.. Monday,
Wednesday. Thursday and Friday : 2 to (
p. m.. Tuceday and Thursday. Mnntneller
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10 :SA to IS
a. m. ; Monday. Wednesday and Friday, I
ROOM S, CURRIER BLK.. Barre Tel.2-W
PERRY & NOONAN
UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS
Hoapital Ambulsnc Service
Depot Sq- Barre Tel. connection. 4S-W
tS OUR NEW LOCATION
We are now ready to serve both old and
new customers with a hirh crude of Jewelry.
Repair work frusranteed.
O. J. DODGE, th-i Jeweler
14 ELM STREET
SOLE AOENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN"
..20c per mil
ESTATE OP NELSON L SANBORN
The underaismed, having been appointed by
the honorable prolMta court for the district
of Washington, commissioners, to receive,
examine, and adjust the claims and demands
of all persons auainst the estate of Nelson
1. Sanborn, late of I'lalnfield. in said dis
trict, deceased, and all claims exhibited
in offset thereto, hereby give notice that wa
will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the
residence of Charlea Abbiatti, in the town
of East Montpelier, in said district, on the
1st day of June and 19th day of October
next, from 1 o'clock p. m. until 4 o'clock
p. m., on each of said days, and that six
months from the 21st day of April, A. D.
1U20, ia the time limited by said court for
said creditors to present their claims to us
for examination and allowance.
Dated at East Montpelier, this 6th day
of May, A. D. 1920.
HIRAM L. SPARROW.
M. E. HOWLAND, Commissioners.
IN SEVEN DAYS
Thousands have hailed Coldine No. 2 aa
the btet catarrh remedy in the world. Per
sons who have suffered with this dlna-reeabl
ailment have found that Goldine, the herb
remedy, was the only medicine; they found
that could give them relief. Here la one of
the thousands of caeca whith Goldine No. II
Mr. Alward Allen of 657 Second avenue.
No. Troy, N. Y., went after bottle of
Goldine No. 2 on Jan. 24th. He didn't have
much faith, but would try anything- to rid
himself of catarrh. Seven days later ha re
turned to the store and said:
"I had suffered with catarrh for six years
and had about given up hope of (retting- rid
of it, for nothing; helped ma. A week ajro,
I g-ot a bottle of Goldine No. 2. The first
three days I took Goldine, I felt worse, but
I knew that the medicine was working. Then
the mucous begun to leave my head in great
chunks and since them I have felt fine. I
sleep, eat and feel better than I have In
months, and I am more free from catarrh
than I have been In years."
Do you sunVr with catarrh? Why not
follow Mr. Allen's eiample and sret a bottle
of Goldine No. 2? Don't put it off. Just
think, a week frei to-day you will prob
ably be) rid of the disease, if you start
treatment now. Every day you put off reU
ting Goldine. you are putting off your relief
Goldine is sold in your city by Cummimni
& Lewis. Remember, Goldine No. Z for
City Auction 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
0, H. Hale, Auctioneer
with agrnts in every city
Gives automobile owners complete
I protection against loss byi
LIABILITY for Personal Injuries
LIABILITY for Damage to Property
COLLISION Damage to Automobile
FIRE, Lightning, Explosion,
THEFT, Cyclone, Tornado,
LOSS OF USE of Auto during
J. W. DILLON, Agent
'Phone 34 U Barre, Vermont
A few new Indian moto
cycles ready for delivery.
Also I have a few second
1 1913 twin single speed. $60.
1 1914 two-speed twin, $125.
1 1916 twin 3-speed $200.
1 1916 twin speed single,
1 1917 twin three-speed and
side car, $280.
A good spuply of parts for
Harley and Indian in stock.
A. 31. FLANDERS
07 IT. Ma La St
Your.g men and girls for
light machine work and
a5err.blirg in our electri
cal department; 43 hours
per week with good wages.
KENDRICK fc DAVIS CO.
Lthanon, N. II.
Three Lines for 25c
The Times will publish WanU, Lost and
Found, For Sale, To Let, ate short adver
tisements at the rata of three lines Tor
twenty.five cents for the first Insertion ana
five cents for each subsequent insertion.
HOUSES FOR SALE
GOOD PIECE OK RESIDENCE
PROPERTY NEAR CURRIER PARK.
CITY OF BARE: INQUIRE OF
GEO. L. MORRIS.
ROOM 1, BOLSTER BLOCK.
FOR SALE 8 houses 15 acres land, barn.
silo, express watron, white flame !"?
burners; Can't Clog oil burners! U. .
separators ; engines and Randolph elate"
pulleys: G. H. jWama, SouthJlarre.8ot6
FOR SALE One 2-tenement house and
building lota on Pearl street, the Garvey
estate; James T. Marrion, srijnr.
"GREEN LEnGlf,"-806 S.Maln street, for
sale; the semi-buniralow residence of the
late W. F. Milne, built within 8 years : eon
tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish
and floors throughout, set tubs, cement cel
lar floor and steam heat s henhouse and t ex
tra lots go with the property ; apple treea.
berry bushes, etc., and garden in irood con
oition; apply to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel.
FOR SALE Two-story, 2-tenement house,
with good barn and cellar under house
and barn, all in good repair; each tenement
has t rooms, electric lights and bath ; plenty
of garden for both tenements; the barn
could, for a small amount of money, be
made Into a A-mnm tenement l this Is good
property to buy fof home or investment ; sit
uated at 14 Clark street; price right I tele
phone 6-R or inquire at lil-22 How land
FOR SAI.E-On Montpelier road, J. miles
from Barre, 8-room house, modern im
provements ; large piaiza with vines on t
sides : barn and henhouse snd about 2 acres
of good land ; will sell at a reasonable price
and terms If desired; Mrs. H. S. Miles, tel.
217-X after ( p.jn. !Mt
THREE HOUSES FOR SALE "to close out
an estate: the 8 houses are located on the
northerly side of Hall streets, numbers 20,
22. and ti: will be sold for the best ob
tainable cash price; 8. Hollister Jackson,
FARMS FOR SALE
FOR RENT OR SALE 12-aero farm. 15
minutes' walk from Granitovile, pleasant
location ; spring water, rood 8-room house,
barn in irood repair, appla orchard and small
fruit. land can all hm cultivated: a fine op
portunity for a market gardener; for further
information call at Mclver's, it Jetterson
street, Barre. Vt.
FARM FOR SALE Situated 19 miles from
Montnelier. conaiiitinir of nearly 22b acres.
suitably divided into tillage, pasture and
woodland ; building in good repair, running
water at house and bam, place unoccupied at
present and immediate possession can be
riven ; thai farm will be sold very cheap,
and the one that buys will have an oppor
tunity to beat the hitrh cost of living ; for
particulars address "G. E. Id.," Times office.
VERMONT MONEY-MAKING FARMS, all
sizes, all prices; write for list, statins
sita wanted; Chausse Robillard, Burling--
ton, Vt. no
FARM" FOR SALE 240 acres, one of the
beet farm In Washington Co., situated -In
East Montpelier. t miles from P. O., mill
and crmmery, K miles from Montpeleir and
4 miles' from Borre; for further particulars
address 1. L. Buck, East Montpelier, Vt.
MONEY IN FARMING
There is no question but tbafe
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
NO. 1418 Located about S miles from
Montpelier and I miles from East MonU
pelter; contains ltd acre of extra rood
land; about 40 acres of tillage, which lays
easy to carry on : 4 5 acres of pasture.
large part of which could be plowed ; bal
ance woodland : sugar bush and some soft
wood ; one of the beat farms in the county ;
-room house with part hardwood floors
very rood a modern 2-floor barn with base
ment; place will carry 26 heed summer and
winter: running water at house and barn:
the farm Is storked with It cows. bull. I
horses, and is well equipped with tools, and
ready for Immediate occupancy; the owner
is sick and must sell at once; might consider
a house in Barra in part payment: price for
everything as it stands, 110,004.00.
NO. 1422 ISO-acre farm near North Mont
pelier for 13.1500.00; only H mile from
school, stores, etc.; place will carry 20 eows
and team and is a real moneymaker; SO-ft
barn, silo, good comfortable 7 -room house;
in considering this. ple bear in mind that
it ia practically a village farm.
NO. 142W Two acres, good house and
bam, near Williamstown on the Gulf road ;
M nimm,, or all-the-vear home: price
This is an exceptionally good time to
look around. Whether buying a home in
the city oc a farm, we can please you.
THE D. A. PERRY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
FARMS FOR SALE
40-ACRE FARM In Marshfleld. mL from
postothee en Cabot road ; location one of
IK, iw., m . - - J . ' ' ' " ' , '
all In fine shape; verandas both sides, tele
thons and snare ox ihici . ev-iu vmra wun
toolhuuse: buildings all painted: land lays
marra; smomn, m,rniiw-wn
pastures, quite a quantity of timber and
wood ; a nice home for someone.
75-ACRE FARM la South Cabot village, good
katldings. all In fine shape, all painted :
nicety nninntn iwm " -,., ' - in -
das in front: barn 45x40 with basement and
amn hays : running water to house and bam :
i henhouse and toolhouse: good appla er-
chard : 'it acres timberlsnd. ZOO sugsr treea '
with buckets snd pans: land lays ntor: 5 nsi.
I to $ R. R. station., Manhfield. Watden and
I West Danville; within 40 rods of school : a
'splendid lor s una and price right; will sell
I with or without stark and tools.
1 40-ACRE FARM in Msrshfleld. IH ml. from
paetomcei 2-story boose in good shape;
good big bam iuet recently built wver;
euqtpped with litter earner and horse fork ;
shed room and toolhouse. large henhouee.
runnine water to bouse and bara : lair ap
pla ercbsrd. extra smooth nare-layfng netda :
ui. of rauiturina. the rveht kind : esti
mated 100 M. ft. of lumber and a lot ml j
wood; this farm will run Is eows and team;
and eaa easily be made to do more; aumeowe
ought to get intareated ia this deal quick j
whea they see It and nna out ute pries.
A POl'BLE-TENEMENT HOT'SE "are,
shed and blaekmith shoti la MarahnVId
-illase. baildmrs all ia fine shape, all paint
ed, large roomy shoet. eshoeing frame ea
side of shop, plenty of work for two mea
the yer amine and la a gtwd raving eoen
muaity. end at going te be sold : enyone
whin for property of this kiad had better
ao wait too long before getting interested.
FOR SALE A daady plsce la Marshfleld
-iUm mi rrpsmen street : house, barn
and beeh-use large ennieh for 20 bene ; aa f
ere of the est af lead : nice rooms la
bouse, bardw-od floor-. eWtrie lights, rue
nine water and eveTTtM- ia fine share
shnet the f lare: ewaer mnailt aad repairs i
for a awe sweoe, and ha-mg the snisfortanej
CI toswig rw wile vtm V v '
ei a bargain.
-e,B eats- a ' - - - - affals, mtrm at
rn Msrahririd n!!sre. bouee and -era and
garden : e.pite t iw. cWwe to pestee. j
el-srehrtl are KMnl : auuoinn wm r-nr ,
eieetnc lw-. nPHtfut water, B-rd SMane ,
e.'nra, l pteaasnt a larre rooasy j
jbera; all ia eiark sSare: price right ,
TWe penertis. Knh fae-na l4 village, j
era aere-naaee sa ee i ; a wm ea
A. R. COLE, Ajrcnt
Marshfield. Vt. Tel. 12-2
FUUNISIIED ROOMS j
HELlVANTJSD If ALE
WANTED A board sawyer T'V. E. Downing,
22 Cliff street, tel. U4-W, Orange Co.
tel., Washington. 5tf
WANTED A" reliable man to milk, do light
work and see to things on a farm; tene
ment if wanted ; address "Farm Hand,
Times office. 8t2
Must be good workman on nailed work;
good wages to right party i apply to A. Bisai-t,
Shoemaker,2 Murchant street, Barre. 6l
WANTED Janitor and 'fireman for iwblie
building; address "Janitor," Vimcs ofllce.
; LETTERER WANTED
A YOUNG MARRIED MAN. GOOD
LETTERER. WHO CAN ALSO DO SOME
LIGHT CUTTING ; m .
$8.00 PER DAY OF 8 HOURS:
BEST OF WORKING CONDITIONS THE
YEAR ROUND IN OPEN SHOP: NO
CLOSE-DOWNS OR STRIKES BOTHER US
HERE; OUR WORKMEN NEVfcK
LEAVE THIS JOB ; "
WRITE, STATING WHAT YOU CAN DO,
AND WHOM YOU WORKED FOR, TO
DAVIS GRANITE CO.,
MORRISTOWN, N. J.
WANTED Farm , hands and Seams tern;
WANTED Vegetable gardener; Greatwood
Farm, Plalnfield, Vt. W8
WANTED AT ONCE Three men for saw
mill work ; R. J. Miller, Rickers MilU, Vt.
WANTED Man in drug store, registered or
one familiar with drug- business; Brisbins
Drug Store. Watcrbury,Vt. HL-bl-
HELP WANTED MainesiaTalc Co., Water
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
WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Woodbury,
Vt. ; open shop quarry from Mar. 1, 1920 :
wanted now, Z complete derrick crews : I
have a general store and furnish goods to
men in my employ at wholesale prices;
houses rent at $8.00 to $10.00 per month :
lurTace quarry and good machinery; write
for more information and state your experi
ence In a granite or marble quarry ; will
hire a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher.
Woodbury. Vt Hrt
WANTED- -Girl for general housework : ap
ply to Mrs. J. H. Woodruff, 13 East street,
or call 20-WJ 87t8
WANTED By the Apsley Rubber Co."of
Hudson. Muas., girls and young women
and married couples to work in modem shoe
shop; wages, girls $15 and men $19 while
learning : also 4 experienced stitchers, wairea
$1 to $18 to start: atrent at Hotel Barre
May 21; ask for MrShddon. 67t3
WANTED A short order cook nd a table
girl at once at Tea House No. 9, East
Barre road. S7t2"
WANTED Two table girls. orlence"not
necessary: second cook (man), porter and
a bellboy ; Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier. 86t
WANTED Pastry cook at" jBek's"Rtavi-
WANTED Kitchen women at Jack's Res-
WANTED AT ONCE Kitchen girl; Chelsea
Inn. Chelsea, Vt. 67tf
WANTED A chamber rirl ; rood, steady
Job: apply at once: Hotel Barre. 6"t4
WAITRESSES Also chamber maidsfor the
eummtr season ; annly Wm. M. Gale, Mgr.,
Lake Morey Club. Fairlee. VL S6t
WANTED A housekeeper on farm ; family
of 2; light work; address letters to K..
care Times. B5t6
PUPIL NURSES WANTED Young women
to train aa nurses at Barre City Hospital.
WANTED A middle-aged woman for rn
eral housework : state wages ; address Mrs.
Collen Martin. Windsor. Vt. J2tf
WANTED Pupil r.ursee and attendants at
the Taunton State Hospital ; wages fsfi.00
per month with maintenance; for particulars
address Dr. Arthur V. Goes, Supt, Taunton
State Hospital. Taunton. Maes. 24tf
POULTRY AND EGGS
FOR BALE Three hlsek Muaeova ducks;
price. $18.00; also ducks' eggs, $3.50 ner
stt!nr: F. K. Bailey. Bltf
PURE BRED 8. C. WHITE LEGHORN and
Indian Runner ducks' tm for hstching,
11.00 per settine: Carl W. rVever. Wil
liamstown. Vt : N. E. telephone S98-14. Pen.
pie's telephone B-J1. 47tf
SINGLE COMB BUFF ORPINGTON EGOS
for hatrhlng from the best strain of RufT
Orpingtons In the country : won K 1st prises
at the Vermont State Fair and 4 1st at
Barre 1"19; prfces reasonable: write for
matlnejist : J. P. Corskie 4tf
EGGS FOR HATCHING From my prlte
winnin stock- of S. C. R. I. Reds and
White Wyandnttes Martin at mini $10.00
ner 100 and $1.50 Tor 15 ;B. F. Atherton.
Waterbury. Vtj; tel. !-.
White rock setting eggs : also White
Lehgorn setting egg, both from standard
strains : order now ; F. R. Chase. 2 Hieh
street. Barre. I2tf
HOUSES TO RENT
TO RENT Three-mom tenement at 19 West
street not and cold water, gas and elertnc
liehts: inoulre of E. L. Smith. 17 Weil
street, tel. $la-Y, or Alex. McHaffie, tel.
198-W or 55--M. B5tl
TO RENT5" Pleasant upstairs tenement of (
rooms, toilet, hot water, eloctne lio-hta.
rmrden : apply to Mrs. John Comolli. 4
Foster stre. 57tS
TO RENT Tenement 4 rooms, $10 a mo.:
Smith place. Maple avenue; Smith Pros.
1TNEMENT TO RENT 6 mom. bath, elec
tric lights, gss ; inquire at 46 Feeii street.
TO RBNT --Entirely separate 8-mom tene
ment on Elmore street : electric liirnts and
gas: in good repair; Mrs. Edith M. Carr.
phone 464-m. oi-i
TO RENT Two tenements, known as the
Tiemev property. In South ftarre; apply to
W. F. Shepard. admir Istrator. 4Hf
TO RENT S'T-room cottaee on Branch
street: call Montpelier sa-zi. 7tr
TO REN"f May 15. S-room upper apart
ment: veranda, bath, electricity, eas. lanre
cellar and garden : choice location. i minute
to Wa.hinrton street carline; send rrpl'e
to "N." care Times onlee. 44tf
t'PSTAIRS-"TENEMENT TO RENT Fire
rocms. at 45 Msnle avenue : wondered, elec
tric lirhta: inquire of Mrs. Shallow, $
For -the rlaeo. 44tf
TO RENT Four-room tenement with gar
den and henhouse : also other tenements ;
Mrs. J T. Callaghaa, 44 Park street, tel.
TO RENT -rool eotlaee. all newly paint
ed and papered : woouVhed, large barn and
henhouse: also large garden: ready May 10:
tel. C7-S or call at 1st SoutU Main stree
to see house. 41rf
TO RENT $-room tenement, 1st floor. The
Northern: all modern: apply at $.0 North
Main street $4'f
TO RENT Tenement at 'J Merchant street,
also 4 tenements aa Wilier street, all In
s, ,,-! ahape: monV-m improvements ;
Ceo. W. Mann. 54 Wellington street. $.tf
TO RENT Tenement of morn : eWtrle
lights, beth. shed : inquire of O. D. Short.
lerT. $2 North Main street. $ltf
TENEMENT TO RFVT in house at rear of
Currier b'oek. I" No. Msin street: inmiir
ef R. S. Currier after 7 p. m IS T.mt
stmet Pmrrr. .Stf
FOR RENT A good 7 -room eoriare house,
spring witer. bath : Patcbelder street :
H W. Scott. Bolster fclnrk. 14tf
TO- RENT Seven room rwttae i ina-irs of
Arthur Cole. eS Seminary street. tit
COTTAC.r HOrsE TO RENT Oa Viae
street; G L. Weodworth. Mstmsa bWwh.
LOST AMI FOUND
LtSf-Wi!l the I rt that pVked op that
fi eili aiPOiy esw e-w-r m i www nn-i
ofTW before 4 o - Friday MU'
LOST Autorooa.le anmher piste. Ne. in4",
beee'n l.owee irn tte-i-j iie snd Wster
bury; call tri. 4l-R ar ieave at Times arTire.
MALE AND FEMALE HELP
FAMILY HEi.P WANTFD Yo-ng ir n ar
girts te work ia a rottoa aniii : ul ray
Sit a ee to sr-ra. aiea earfa-e : fe fur
ther taftarraataen writa to Mr. Daap'.aaae, 17
Perkins street Charor-a, Mass. 5t
HELP WA VnD- laajne "ea aae una a
take p-a'n,w as arueodaa-a at the Ver.
await ttate Hawprtal fnr tke laeaae at Water-h-irr
: e thrmr wts Wrr. .- .tiu-ity af.
. I a ,, .mm. r-antnar i aanaa an.
py at aeL .ueVry. . Ir
WANTED TO BUY
CAH rRl ij PA!f far ran. r-iers r-4-av
araje- e4 tw a sjasra.ia :
- - a. .It Umim, low :A 11 FnM Street
- ntet-t. "wy rt--.-"- :
FOR SALE .
AM LEA VINO FOR THE WEST Will sell
bed seta, bookcases, kitchen cabinet, oil
stove, chain, , tables, looking glasses, snow
shoes, etc. ; Annie Sullivan, 24 Jerterron
street. 67 tf
FOR SALE NEW, SEVEN-COLllMN""
BUKHOU-HS Ab'j.Ni; MACHINE ;
LliERAL DISCOUNT; WRITE OK
INQUIRE. TOWN CLERK,
WARREN, VT. 6t8
EXTRA QUALITY RED'RHU'BARBrto-day'.
a lbs. for- -de ; save middlemen's proilta
and buy direct from the producer; C. A.
Heath, 169 Washington LtreeU tel. il'.-M.
FOR SALE A 6-passenKer Overland." a'.i
new tires, in good running order; E. Rob.
inon,Box 311. Waterubry, Vt. 6Bt(i
FOR SALE One luellium-ei-ed oak roll-tup
desk, with leather-seated office chair; also
1 lady's oak desk; tel. 178-R or call at IS
French stroet ; Mrs. Nella S. RJee6r.
FOR SALE Rebuilt 40-H.P. Mitchell rui
about, thoroughly 'overhauled, and new
paint; lots of power and speed; price $250,
or trade for motorcycle and sidecar ; call and
sea it or write; 1 C. Holman, Randolph,
FOR SALE Small henhouse, chicken coops
and run; tel. 454-M; Mrs. P, M. Carr.
FOR SALE A few more pecks of nice seed
corn ; E. J. Cook, 'phone 21-4, Chelsea, Vt,
FOR SALE One Ford touring car, also t
Indian motocycles, all in first-class condi
tlon; Silas Cabree. Jr.Wateury, Vt64W
FOR SALE Gasoline range in good eondU
tion; price reasonable; call at 74 Prospect
FOR SALE A plow, 14-tooth cultivator and
some hens ; inquire of V. E. Ms goon.
Trow Hill. 68t6
FOR SALE A Quaker range and a Glen.
wood heater; both nearly hew and in first
class condition; call at 8 Bolster avenue.
FOR SALE Tested native Flint seed corn I
G. E. McFarland. tel. 377-W Barre. 48tj
FOR SALE I soda fountain, 2 wire-leg U
bles, 6 wire-leg chairs, 6 wire-leg stools, 1
orangeade tank, one 16-gaI. ice cream cabi
net, one 2H-gal. ice cream cabinet, 1 cigar
case 4ftx2xl, 1 small counter, 1 cash regis
ter, 1 sink for washing and draining glasses.
1 violin, and assortment of tins for making
brick ice cream, 1 wood bed; the above
goods mu?t be sold to settle estate; F. L.
Jerd adm., Randolph, Vt 9t-
STRA WHERRY PLANTS Warfleld, Senate.
Dunlap, Excelsior, $1 per 100; Sample.
$1.50 : Everbearing, $2.60 ; postpaid ; discount
on large orders; C. C. Paine. Bethel, Vt.
FOR SALE Strawberry plants: Fairfield,
an early variety; Gandy. lata variety:
prices, $1.00 per hundred, $7.50 per M. ; red
raspberry plants: Marlboro, an early vari
ety, has withstood SO below zero without in
jury. 25 for $1.00. $3.50 per hundred; J. E.
Mitchell. R. F. D. 2, Barre, 'phone 223-J.
VERY GOOD DRESSING FOR GARDENS
Also shoata for sale; tel. 666-M; W. E.
FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning
granite and marble monuments ; brightens
up the lettering and makes the whole monu
ment look clean and new : guaranteed ; prices
on application; James Sullivan, 114 Park
street Eirre. Vt. l"t
FOR HALE Ry gal. or bbl.. BLACK DIA
MOND RUB RER ROOF PAINT; water,
weather, fire and sunproof; 800 lbs. to bbl.;
I am ready to paint or repair your roofs;
E. L. Densmore. 1 Pleasant street. 12t
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
FOR SALE New milch cows: also -HV.
gasoline engine: nearly new; M. J. Mc-
LeanJVilliamstown. tI.388-22. 8t.
jfOR SALE-One good Jersey cow, tubercu
lin tested, as I have no pasture for her;
H H. Holt, tel. 884-15 Barre. 64t
FOR SXXE A few 4-weeks-old pigs ; tel".
479-W; Amos A. Hall. 3tf
TWO WAGONS, harness, blankets, etc.. for
immediate disposal : will sell cheaply ; call
onJE. VaU,32Citer street. Mt
FOR SALE One delivery horse; Union CrZ
operative 6tore. Granite street. 65t$
FbRSALE A pair of working horses just
right for a farmer: weight about 2M9
lbs., ages about and 10 years ; sale cheap ;
good trade: Inquire of S. Levin, North fielH.
Vt, tel. Jt-t. 5t
HORSES FOR SALE t have a number of
good Canadian horses, in matched pairs
and single chunks, at reasonable prices :
J. T. Jamleeon. Williamstown. 43f
Don'tLay Asfde This Paper
TILL YOU HAVE READ THE AD
VERTISEMENT OF OUR BIG SALE
OK LUBRICATING OILS.
After Reading, Act Promptly
VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
W. C. COLTON. Manager
84 State Street Montpelier. Vermont
Last call. All Incubators at a big discount.
ONE 65-EGO 12.n
ONE l.rt-EGG 10.75
ONE 200-EGG 27.50
N. E. Tel. 140 Orange CeontyTelerhone
""WHEEL HARROWS '
Special prices this week.
1 CLARK'S CUTAWAY $39.00
1 WALTER WOOD 42 00
1 SPADING HARROW (a new thing! 4.1
1 JOHN DEERE model K flexible.... 49.00
1 DOUBLE ACTION for tractor or
horses, a dandy rig K5.n
FORE TRUCK for harrow 10.00
N. E. Tel. 140
Orange Co. 'Phone
WANTED AT ONCE In north part of city,
modern S-room tenunent; teL 561 between
8 am. and 4 p.m. 7tf
AS I AM NOT ABLE to follow my trade
at paperhanging and must work. I bava
started a paint a hop at my house at 21S
South Main street and would like a few
buggusi and sleighs to taint, and also will'
refintsh furniture and enamel beds of any
kind of refintsh work : work done right and
prices right ; tel. S06-M ; also a few load of
manure for sale cheap if taken at once;
W.P. Durkee, 7tl3
WE lOULD ACCOMMODATE a few more
tested cows in Gooieya pasture: will also
buy cow due to freshen in September; apply
to Henry Lunoe.tei. -. s . ui-
WANTED Five or i-roora downstairs tene
ment or cottage: all mooara improve,
menu : Summer street or Maple avenue
preferred ; no children ; address ' Times
WANTED Four or five-room tenement, ecru
r!l located, with modern improveanents.
for 2 adulta : address "D.," Times office. tf
WANTED Two-horse atone wasron, Sarren
wheel. In good condition, 2V,-in. anlei
a rata pricey Akra. MrRae. Groton. Vt (title
WANTED To buy seeond-hsnd side car for
Indian motorryle: teiepftorie san-M. St
WANTED Bring your automobile, waevne,
sleighs or signs to 4S5 North Main street
to be painted : also (urntture rennisnen;
Henry Bosky. Fainter
LONG DISTANCE MAULING BY
PHONE OR WRITE
JAMES C C ASHMAN
COLLEGE ST PURL1NCTON. VT.
tNTFD--At W-rnnta"c.iagri"slnV ef
doubie tenement hmaaa. or a downstairs
anarbramt : ail snorter imptuo inenta and
best locality desired; eddms "P-." Tlswaaw,
LA'S" MOWERS SHARPENED-Caiied f-n-
and deiirered; ' phone .-W ; Granite Citr
Tool Ca. (Mf
CARDKN9 TO RENT On the M-ad eaUte:
tnouire of Kn. L. i. Mead. M Jokne
etreet. tel 74-M 4lf
WF ARK REDYto PLOW YOt'R GAR-
fEN5-W. E Nirhoaa. tri. -M. 44rf
GARDENS riXlWFD Aleo furaak drwe.
erg foe gsraens: C. A. Mosltoa. 14 t rit
at-ra. o j'lianat street. "f
s VTONE rElRINC MAX wrTH KOnt
ta w--t by the day. kaa! ee aaVas ar gar.
fear, ar eieanme aap sranad. rail mm E. lata
ai, n Wk Man etrea. ar -asae Wi'l
t SOUTH MAIN cTH FT. SARIU.
If You Want Good Horses
See Our Stock
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