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THE BA11RE DAILY TIMES, BARUE, VT., SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920.
'ABOUT THE STATE Happening, of Interest from Different Section. C wanton's Salvation Army quota of $300 was oversubscribed by $30. Donald M. Frazer of West Roxbury, Mass., was arrested in Westminster West Wednesday lor fishing without a license. He paid $25 and costs of $3.45. v Rev. W. A. Davison, secretary of the . Baptist state convention, has accepted . en Invitation to deliver a course of lectures on "Pastoral Theology" at Col gate university thia year. Work has been resumed on the coun ty jail at Rutland, the foundation hav ing been completed last fall. This jail will contain 20 cells and it is hoped to have it completed late in the sum mer. A lamp in a brooder house being used by Mrs. Frank C. Smead of South New-fane exploded one day last week, burning up 128 amall chicks, 50 of which, had been received by express only the day before. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Nichols, for the past two years and a half on the of ficers.' staff of the Vermont Industrial chool, have resigned and gone to Has-tings-on-the-Hudson, N. Y., where they will have charge of the New York or phanage. A young eon of Dr. Craiff of Wal pole, N. H., has been undergoing treat ment at the Rockingham hospital, Bel low Fa.lls, for injuries which he re ceived last Sunday while riding with hi father. The door to the automo bile flew open while the car was -po- ing 25 miles an hour and the youngster fell out. Eugene A. White, for nearly 20 years Janitor of public and private buildings n Hardwick and caretaker for the Hardwick hospital since its foundation, died May 14 of pneumonia, following an illness which had lasted since Feb. 1, and most of the time since then he .has been confined to the bed. He was .05 years old. Rev. C. Walter Bishop, for live years pastor of the South Xewfield and West Dunstan churches in Massachusetts, has received a call to the pastorate of the Baptist chnrcn in lownsnenn aim has accepted. Rev. L. D. Reed, another Hantist minister, will come to the Mrs Baptist church in Poultney from Washington, D. C, beginning his new pastorate June 6. Charles Butler of St. Johnsbury Cen ter, a man who keeps a careful record of weather conditions and has for many years, who found that 10 feet of Miow 'fell lat winter, has just an nounced that the present month of May has had the most frosts of any corresponding month in the years he has kept a record. With very few ex ceptions, there has been a frost every night this month. Ho also says that from January to April there were only four Saturdays on which snow did not fall. Three of them were too cokl for snow to fall and on the fourth one it rained. Daniels on Preparedness. It is commonly easier to create than lo explode a myth. This will explain why Secretary Daniels has been forced by the Admiral Sims controversy to submit a fact or two in exposition of the mythical nature of the tradition of President Roosevelt as the great prac tical exponent of preparedness. When theworld began to build ireadnoughts during Mr. 'Roosevelt's full presidential term, 1905-1909, the f'nited States authorized six capital ihips, while Germany built 13, Secre tary Daniels tells the Senate investi f at ing committee. During the follow ing four years of Mr. Roosevelt's ap pointed successor, President Taft, the I'nited States authorized six capital ihips,. while in the same time Ger rnany authorised 12. The United States States in that time dropped from sec nd to third place among the naval sowers of the earth. Mr. Daniels fur Iher quoted from President Roose relts messages to show that . the lat ter wished only to have the navy's Itrength maintained and not in freascd. On the other hand, it was ihown that from 1913 to 1917, when Ihe United States entered the war, there was a greater increase in the personnel and power and efficiency of ihe navy than during any equal prior period of peace. s These are the salient facts as against the more or less popular legend of "preparedness" which Admiral Sims tad ventured to repeat. New York World. &iwtiiityiy 1 Hew Tor t Urtrpooi K. A. VICTORIA ..May It. J.ly VESTRI3 Jan 1 fCalls at Que n town New York ta CnwrVsarg, BaUuuaptn M A U RET AN ! A Jaly t IMPERATOR Jan 1, Jaly IT. A as. It AQU1TASIA ...Jaly SI. Aa. 11 New Terk U Plyaveatk, Cherhaerg. I Leaaas) CAROMA Jane IS, Jaly II New Yerk la Flysaoatk. Cheraaarg Isalhassats ROYAL GEORGB Jan IS, Jaly 21 New Yerk. Leaden an; A tilaagsw COLUMBIA... May 2Z. Jaly I. Jaly It Asf. 2S FOREIGN DRAFTS MONEY ORDERS Sy Latter or Cabl EBUina, Ireland, Scotland, Italy, France, Portugal, Hol Usa, Belgium, Greece. Cunard Steamship Co., Ltd. ! 126 State St., Boston. 1 Or Local Areata lC OLrVWT t 1 CCiQ UI , I ? --V-- a "BOOKS FOR EVERYBODY" Movement Endorsed By Charles M. Schwab, a Busy Man. Charles M. Schwab, perhapB one of the busiest executives in the country has endorsed the "Book for Every body" movement and is serving on the national advisory council of the ''Books for Everybody " $2,000,000 fund. Li brarians are now gathering the fund, which will be used to finance the peace time enlarged problem of the Ameri can Library association during the next hree years. Mr. Schwab is one of fourteen persons of national prominence whose names were made public to-day by the American Library association as having accepted membership in the council. The council membership as it stands to-day includes leading edu cators and public spirited citiaens whose war work has wn them signal recognition. Acceptances were early received from Cleveland II. Dodge of New York, finan cier and war relief worker, who served as a national executive in the Ameri can Red Cross, the Y. M. C. A. and the American committee for Armenian and Syrian 4-elief and is now active in the Near East relief; John R. Mott, general secretary, international com mittee of the Y. M. C. A., and Mrs. Henry P. Davison of New York, who t also actively indemnified with relief and social work. Educators of note who have accepted membership on the council are P. P. Clhxton, U. S. commissioner of educa tion: Dr. M. L. Burton, president of the University of Minnesotaj Dr. iioD rnu n i i most nrirv GRANDMOTHER SAVES LIFE Roxbury, Man. A grandmother in Rox- bury writes : "I put great faith In your med icine, and one of my children was dying. The doctor said he could not live until morningr, and I ran out to we arug eiore, rot. hottlo of Dr. Trues Elixir, wu so es- eited I nave, her the half of the bottle at once, and at night I gave her the otner nan. I thought it'a either kill or cure, for the doc. tor says he la dying- anyway, but he did not die. She went to deep, the flrat sleep for a week, and the next morning- ahe passed two worme, red in color, six inchea Ion. The doctor eame to ee if ahe waa dead, but ha ran out pretty quick, as ahe wu sitting in her chair eating a bowl 'of oatmeal and milk. That waa twenty-four years ago, and now ahe haa a baby girl I nar own, nrn months old. who is also using Dr. True' Elixir." (Name on request) Constipation, beadachea. tired feeling. weaknaaa. idoU before the eyea. bad breath. sleeplessness, irritability, dimness, and many other signs of sirkneaa, can be relieved, if you take th prescription known aa Dr. True'a Elixir, The Family Laxative and Worm Expeller. It baa done much for tick people, men, women and children, aver since 18S1 over 6S years' reputation. Take Pr. Trues Elixir irtve It u your ehi)drenThe FamlIy Laxative and Worm Expeller. AT ALL DEALERS'. Dr. J. F. True A Co., Auburn, Me. Adv. Stock and Tools at Auction As I have sold my farm and am leav ing town, I will sell at auction to the highest bidder on the premises, about 1 mile from Middlesex and fl miles from Montpelier, on the main road, on SATURDAY, MAY 29, '20 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, the fol lowing property: 20 Head of Stock TUBERCULIN TESTED Nine Grade Jersey Cows and Heifers Fresh, and others coming in this spring. 2 pr. 2-year-old steers, well matched and handy; lS-mo.-old registered Jer sey bull from the Erhardt herd; 5 grade Jersey and Guernsey heifers, 1 pair horses, 6 and 8 years old, weight 2.800 lbs., good ones; 1 pair horses, 7 and 8 years old, weight 2,100 lbs. MACHINERY AND TOOLS A 2 horse lumber wagon with 2-in hand made axle, extra good with double body and hay rack, 2-horse lumber wagon, with double deck body, manure spread er, mowing machine, horse rake, hav tedder, 2-horse cultivator, 1 -horse cul tivator, plow, disc harrow with pole, 2 spring-tooth harrows, dump cart, land roll, stone drag, corn planter, 2 sets double harnesses, single harness, set ex press harnesses, road cart, sleigh, 2-eat express sleigh, set light 2-horse sleds with brake and body, logging sleds with brakes, wood racks, manure sled with body, sap fled with dray, corn sheller, 5-H.P. gas engine, nearly new raillc separator. Empire milk sepsrator, 4 40-qt. milk cans, lot of milk pails, sheep power, quantity lumber. Leader evaporator in good shape, suturing off arch and pan, .10 bucket covers, also a lot of household furniture. Terms at time of sale, lunch at noon. Sale will begin promptly, Saturday, May 29, at 10 o'clock. G. A. CRANE, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. Stock and Tools at Auction As I have sold my farm and hav no use for the personal property, I will aell the eame at auction on TUESDAY, MAY 25 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises, about ' mile form Walden on the road. to Noyeaville: 17 Heed of Cattle 15 COWS Part now freh, balance to freshen in the fall and winter; all Young and in pood condition; grade Jerser and Hol tein; 1 two-year-old Guernsey bull, registered Jersey bull, 1 year olj; 1 pr. horses, weiplit about 2.tw0 lts., good workers and Tonne; 2 hen. TOOLS AMD MACHINERY Mow ing machine, straw cutter, Oliver sulky plow, hort-e hoe. cultivator. w Kdipasi torn planter, weedex. Sharpie milker, ; tairnank engine, o. I I trivial sepa rator with Universal drive, die har row, plow, ananure spr-ader. Worcester -Kemp; shingle, wagoaa, with body and rack, ladder, chains, gi in.j-tnre. dump cart, sled, kirnwf, punga and all smsTl tools; also 4 eiird of wood. Terms at time of ale. I.nnta a: noon. Sale w .il beg;n frorr r'.iT at l' o'tUl, Tucs-dsv. Msv OJl FEED. WILSON. Owner. D. A. PER8T, Asctioaetr, Bant, Vt. ert E. Vinson, Texas, and Nathan D. Bill of Long Key, Florida. ' Other acceptances were received! from William C. Redfleld of New York, for mer secretary of commerce; Representa tive Albert Johnson of Washington state; Justice J. Bradley Winslow of the Wisconsin supreme court; J. Ran dolph Coolidge, trustee of the Boston athenaeum, and Asa G. Candler, the Atlanta, (Ja., financier. Personal Property at Auction I will sell at public auction on the premises, about J mile from Waits River on the road to East Corinth, known as the Minard place, on FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920 at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, the fol- lowing described personal priperty: 1 Pair Dark Bay Mares Five and sis years odl, well matched; lumber wagon, express wagon, 3 bug gies, horse rake, mowing machine, pow er washing machine and wringer nearly new; dump cart, steam or hand pump, pr. heavy wort narncsscs, 101 or snaii fng and pulleys, lot of bolts such as an used around a mill, lot of iron, some new j roll new chicken wire, 18 gal. Fly Spray in l-gal. cans; l aosen cat tle sprayers, several 5 and 10-gal. oil cans, several chains, bars, neck yokes, etc., 1 cookstove and other articles of household furniture. Also Hi-ton truck, 1917 model, in good shape. Terms at time, of sale, May 2S, at 1 o'clock. W. M. WELCH, Owner. D, A. PERRY. Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. PROFESSIONAL CARD "DR. EDWIN F. bld. SURGEON HOWLAND FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING, BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR f REM A RLE PIANOS. PLAYER TIANOS, V1CTROLA9. SONORA TAI.KINd MA CHINES, RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt. Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW UP-TO-DATE EASY RIDING Calls 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 S. Miles Building Telephone Connection OFFICE HOURS : a-m. to 12 m. and 1 :80 to 4 p.m. Monday. Tuesday, Thursdsy and Friday Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi ' DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS : t to 12, 1 to I. T U I Telephone 12-W MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES East Barre, Wcbsterville and Uraniteville to Hai4e Orange, Washington and Williamstown to Barre Long distance trip M. J. WHITCOMH, East Ilarre, Vermont TtLEfHONE 2-W y STONE CUTTERS, ATTENTION! FOR SALE-ONE OF THE LONGEST ESTABLISHED AND BEST LOCATED RETAIL MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTAL WORKS IN THE STATE-ESTABLISHED OVER to YEARS AGO A- F. LAMB, THE PRESENT OWNER. HAS BEEN IN THE RETAIL BUSINESS 45 YEARS 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 i A. r. LAVB. THE OWNER, RANDOLPH. VT.. OR THE D. A- PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY. BARRE. VT. MEN WANTED FOR THE FOLLOWING JOBS 10 Union Bricklayers 2 Millwright 8 Carpenters 2 Machinists 2 Pipefitters . i 2 Motor Electricians ALSO LATORERS for different kinds of inside and outside work POTMEN for 8-hour furnace work Steady employment and pood wages. Apply in person or write EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA MASSENA, NEW YORK WANTED Unskilled able-bodied men are paid $.58 per hour and upwards at the start. Interesting and steacJr employment. We can alo u?e shipwright?, carpenter? and joiner?, fhipfitter?. and ttc-el shipbuilders of anj craft. Call st the Errp'oyment Eureau. The Atlantic Corpora tion, Portimouth. N. II. A Life Income of $50. Monthly can be purchased by, a man seventy years of .age for $4830.00. Consult us. 71st vear. Naltional Life Ins.- Co. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Rialto block, JHonvpeuer, . Executor's Sale of REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY To settle the estate of the late Geo, V. Kavery, I will sell at public auction at his late residence on the Quarry road just out of 'Williamstown village, on TUESDAY, MAY 25 . at i o'clock in the afternoon THE REAL ESTATE consisting of two sets of buildings and s bout 8 acres of land. ' Personal Pproperty Consisting of I cow, 35 hens, 1 lumber wagon, 1 sleigh, 1 buggy, 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, scythe and snath, Morse 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. Sale positive. Terms cash. C. A. BRIGGS, Executor. J, T. JAMIESON, Auctioneer. ARCHIE JOHNSTON SALES STABLE 7 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BARRE If You Want Good Horses See Our Stock HEINtNGER DENTIST phone PIANO TUNING Five years Everett Piano Factory Two years Hallett Davis Piano Factory One year rhi-it-lng Wareroon Five years Clark ft Mr Master B. ARTHUR REED Tel. ?-M Bon 145, Montpelier, Vt Leave orders at Bailey's Music Rooms, Barre. tel. J69-W HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILD1NO Specializing in Extracting and .Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 1S9-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors to 1" a. tr... Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 6:0 to I p. m.. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday : 2 to I p. nv, Tuxsday and Thursday. Montpelier Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, 10:J0 to IS a. m. : Monday, Wednesday and Friday, I ROOM S. CURRIER BLK.. Barre Tel.l2-W PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCFLLF.D FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Senica f Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot 8q.. Barre Tel. connection. ?5-W SEE US . IN OUR NEW LOCATION We are now ready to serve both old and new customers with a high crade of Jewelry. Repair work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, th? Jeweler 14 ELM STREET SOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN" $5.00 7.00 per mile 20c ESTATE OF HELEN M. CUTLER State of Vermont, District of Washington, is. The honorable probate court or the district aroreeaid, to the heirs and all persona inter ested tn the estate of Helen M. Cutler, lata of the town of Barre, In said district, dcroaeed. GRKET1NG: WHEREAS, application hath been made to mis court tn writing, by the administrator, praying for license and authority to sell all of real astute of said dceaed to wit: Mut ated in the town of Rurre. in said dis trict, rcpreaentinit to said court that it would be beneficial to the heirs and all per sona interested in the estate of said deceased to aell said real estate and convert the same into money. And bringing- into court the consent and approbation In writing; of all the heirs to said estate residing; in this state, and setting forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the 27th day of May, 1920. at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, to hear and decide upon aald appli cation and petition, and ordered public no tice thereof to be given to all persons Inter ested therein, by publishins said order, to- setner with the time and place or heartne;, three weeks aucrmsivelv in the BArre Daily Times, a newspaper -which circulates in the noiK-hborhood of those persons Interested in said estate, all of which publications shall be previous to the day ajuiicned Tor hearing;. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in Said court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, in said district, this 7th day of May. 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. May8-16-22 ESTATE OF BYRON GOODWIN State of Vermont District of Washington, . The honorable probate court for the dis rtict aforesaid, to all persons interested In the estate of Byron Goodwin, late of the city or tiarre, in said district, deceased, GKKETINr, : WHEREAS, said court has aaaigned the 1st day of June next for examining and al lowing the account of the a 'mlnistratrix of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claim ants of the same, and ordered that public no tice thereof be given to all persona Interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to he day as signed, in the Barre Daily Times, a newapa- iit published at the city of liarre. In said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, thw and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and tawful claimants to said residua. Given under my hand, this Tth day of May, 1929. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. May8-15-22 C WANTED TO BUY CASH TRIC ES PAID for rags, rubbers, met. a), msaazines, hides, and bags a specialty; 'phone 407-K. cam Gould, Ml Brook street. 4t26 WANTED To buy straw at barn: tel. a-M. 21tf WANTED TOnBUY-edhaneTrurnltnra,' tools and stoves : Inquire O. Smith. 837 No. Main street, tel. 72-M. 41t2 AUCTION 31 High Grade Holsteins Having oll my farm, I have no use for personal properly, and will aell the same at auction; 1 mile from t'abot village on Waldcn depot road, on THURSDAY, MAY 27 at i o'clock p. m. 18 Cows From 2 to 6 year old, 8 fresh, bal ance due to freshen in fall or early wintej; 5 extra nice yvarlinu; heifers, 1 reentered bull, 2 years old; 7 ealves. Thin stock waa tuberculin Jested May 12 without a reactor in the herd. FARMING TOOLS M. Cormiok mow- injf machine, hay tedder, dump cart, 2 plows. 2 cultivators, smoothing drajr, smoothing harrow, wheel harrow. spring totith burrow, 2 -sea ted express wairou, mud wauon, 2-bore traverse ali'ds, pung. larpe iron kettle, milk cans, quantity lumber, and many other mall tools. Some household furniture. Terms made known on day of the sale. W. J, PERRY, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. B. G. ROGERS, Clerk. N ETNA-AUTO Combination Insurance with agentt in very city Gives automobile owners complete protection against loss by: LIABILITY for Personal Injuries LIABILITY for Damage to Property COLLISION Damage to Automobile FIRE, Lightning, Explosion, Water Damage Til EFT, Cyclone, Tornado, Transportation LOSS OF USE of Auto during Pepairs J. W. DILLON, Agent Thone 34 R I'arre, Vermont A few new Indian moto cycles ready for delivery. Also I have a few second hand motocycles: 11913 twin single speed, 60. 1 1914 two-speed twin, $125. 1 1916 twin 3-. peed $200. 1 1916 twin speed single, $125. 1 1917 twin three-speed and side car, $280. A good spuply of parts for Harley and Indian in stock. A. M. FLANDERS ioj If. Main St. Help Wanted Young mtn and girls for light machine work and assembling in our electri cal department; 48 hours per week with good wage?. ! KENDR1CK & DAVIS CO. Lebanon, N. II. Three Lines for 25c The Times wtll publish Wants. Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short adver tisements at the rate of three lines for twenky-flve cents for the first insertion and Ave cents for each subsequent Insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE GOOD PIECE OF RESIDENCE TROPEKTY NEAR CURRIER PARK, .CITY OF BARRE: INQUIRE OF GEO. L. MORRIS, ROOM 1, BOLSTER BLOCK. 67tf I'OR SALE S huusw, la acres land, barn, silo, express wagon, white flame lamp burners : Can't Cloa oil burners ; U. S. separators ; engines and Randolph clutch pulleys G. H. Adams. outh Barre. 5tZ6 FOR 8ALE One 2-tenement house and $ building Lota on Pearl street, the Garvey estate ; Jemea T. Marrlon admr. 2tf "GREEN LEIGH," 205 S. Main street, for sale ; the semi-bungalow residence of the late W. F. Milne, built within 8 years : con tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tubs, cement cel lar floor and ateam heat; henhouse and 2 ex tra lota go with the property; apple trees, berry bushes, etc., and garden in good con dition: apply to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel. 429-M. ZTtf FOR SALE Two-story. Z-tenement house, with good barn and cellar under house and) barn, all in good repair; each tenement has S rooms, electric sights and bath ; plenty of garden for both tenements; the barn could, for n small amount of money, ha made into a (-room tenement; this is good property to buv foe home or investment: sit uated at 14 Clark street; price right; tele phone 66-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland building; Elwin L. Scott. tf FOR SALEbn Montpelier road, t miles from Barre. 8-room house, modern Im provements; large piazia with vines on 1 sides: barn and henhouse and about 2 acres of good land ; will sell at a reasonable price and terms if desired; Mrs. H. S. Miles, tel. 217-X after 8 p. m. J04tf THREE THOUSES-FORIjaTE to close out an estate: the 8 housea are located on the northerly side of Hall streets, numbers 20, 22. and U ; will be sold for the best ob tainable cash orice: 8. Hnllister Jackson. administrator. 269tf FARMS FOR SALE FOR RENT OR SALE-Ti-acre farm, 15 minutes' walk from ;ranitevil. nlesutant location ; spring water, good 8-room hou barn in good repair, apple orchard and small Iruit; land can all be cultivated; a fine op portunity for a market gardener; for further ruurmauon call at Mcjvtrs. jenerson street. Barre, Vt. kit! KARM FOR SALE Situated 10 miiea from Mrmtnnll-, ui.,i.M l K - .. ....... ... . , iWii,inuiia umi .. U I ! suitably divided into tillage, pasture ana wnoaiana ; buildings in good repair, running water at house and barn, place unoccupied at present and immediate possession can bt given ; this farm will be sold very cheap, and the one that burs will have an pppor tunlty to beat the high cosi of living : for particular address "G, E. M.," Times office. ' 6U VERMONT" MONEY-MA KING FA RMS, all siirs, all prices ; write for list, staling siia wanted; Chaussa Robillard, Burling ton, VU 17tt0 FARM FOR SALE 24Facrea. one of the best farms in Washington Co., situated m Eat Montpelier, 2 miles from P. O., mill and creamery, 4 miles from Montpeleir and 4 miles from Barre r for further particulars addnais J. L. Buck, East Montpelier. Vt. ZSHtf MONEY IN FARMING. There is no question but thafc 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 snow you these. NO. 1422 12"-arre farm near North Mont nelier for ij.800.00 : only 'A mile from school, stores, etc.1; place will carry 20 cows and team and is a real moneymaker; 80-ft. j bam. silo, good comfortable 7 -room house: in considering this, please bear in mind that it la practically a village farm. NO. 142 Two acres, rood house and barn, near Williamstown on the Gulf road : a rine summer or all-the-yeer home; price oi $1,000.00. This Is an exceptionally good time to Irok emund. Whether buying a home In the city or a farm, we can please yon. THE dTaTpERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY FARMS FOR SALE 40-ACRE FARM In Marshfield. mL from postomr on Cabot road ; location ene f the b.. a large 1H story house, 10 rooms, all in fins shape; verandas both sides, tele- C- ne and ehsr of stock ; 80-ft. bsrn with ement, built 8 yrs. ago; running water to hous and barn ; garage, henhouse and tonlhou: buildings all painted; land lays warm: smootn, macnme-mowing neios. rooa rninrTniTwins iirifie, gnuv . quantity of timber and nasturea. uuite a i wood ; a nice home for someone. 78-ACRE FARM In South Cabot village, rood buildings, all in fine shape, all painted; nicely finished rooms in house; wide veran das la front; bam 4Sx4Q with basement snd drop bays , running water to house and barn : henhouse and toolhous; good apple sr ehsrd : 26 acres timbrrland. 240 sugar trees with buckets end psns : land lays nice: 6 ni. tn 8 R. R. stations. Marshfield, Walden and Weat Danville; within 40 rods ef school: a splendid location and price right; will tell with or wiuhout stock and tools. 140-ACRE FARM In Marshfletd, 1 14 ml. from pcatorftce : 8-story house In good shape : good big bsrn just recently built snrer: euqipped with litter carrier and horse fork ; shed room and toolhous. large henhouse, running water to house and bam : lanre sp pl orchard, extra smooth nsre-laying fteids : hUstff of pasturing, the right kind : estt- instod 1"J M. ft. of lumber and a lot of j wood: this farm will run is eowm and team j ren property, in South Barre; apply to and can easily be mad to do more: aomeon . w- p Phsr.1 administrator. 4!tf ought to get inter.led in t desl quKTk j f lr s.,.room on'Braneh when they se it end nnd out the price. 1 l.'tr; : !5-tl. 47tf A DOUBLE-TENEMENT HOUSE Barn. I TO RENT May 15. 6-room upper apart shed snd blsekemith shop in Marshfield I ent : verands. hath, electricity, gas. large -illsge. buildings a'l in fine shape, sll paint- J cellar snd girden : choice location. minute a laree roomr shop, ox-ehoetnr frame sit 1 tn Washington street carline; send psptlee 'id of shop, plenty of work for two men the year around ann in a gooa paving com- j munity. and is going to be sold : anyone wishing for property of this kind hsfl iwtter ; not wait too long befor getting interested, j FOR SALE-A dandy nlsee In Marshfield ! TO RENT Four-mom tenement with rer-vill.e- on Creamery street: house, barn I den and hoi-e : sleo other 'rr." : and henhouse large enoueh for too hens: an ; Mr.. J T. allaghae, 44 Park etreet. tel. acre of th beat of land: nice moms init74-t. house, hardwood floors, electric liehts, fin- j jx RENT S-room eortere. all newly paint ning water and everythtng in fine thapei and peoered : wondhe. large fcs-n and soout the ruse: owner rebuilt ana repaire ! for a nice home, and having the misfortune ot lreing his wife th property is for sale at a bxrgain. FOR SM.F-a. fine rs.dene on Ma etreet I in Marheld villa, house an-l barn ana gsrden; opposite ! stores close to pestorVe. 1 churches and school : buiMmirs In fln- shape: e'e-t-ie light, running wstir. hsrd wood fl.n. 10 plemsant rooms, a lsrt-e roosny barn; all in eitck shape; price right 1 These properties, noth fsnws and village. are advertised to sell; si- hsve mere. A. R. COLE, Agent Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2 AGENTS WANTED .Al.ENlS - If reur eara Ur ihan IMVfHi j wies'r ect fjr a-uarantJ tir-y "r . big spr-ris hus,ne : ncrrrr-fts ynt i:s i 'rrwe unnectwary; Priicnrtar Mi'W I I-arny. Prnna. rtl j Hl'SINESS OrrORTUNITIES LNVFSTORShsi!d' psd'tbe' Tn-.t Oil! .l-r.'lC. W.1.1IL1 j 'WHlaO.WlND V TS ' femwml ranuo t.i Utfe ""1 kARtl p cssjl ,er.'t : Vmr4 U-r J w k,. rooelii.y : hwst eossuwe. 4rff. , Karat 1" o- . e ps : s-il capita a u: I'.sywood. Ill j 1 I r - ' - --S .miMm tnsi'Ss tsanS! a HELP WANTEDMALE iiwt.u a good stone cutter, one Uiat can sharpen tools preferred; steady job, $1.00 per hour: write or wire to Lealie & Co., Jackson, Mich. 69tS WANTED A board sawyer ; F. E. Downing, 22 Cliff street, tel. 144-W, Orange Co. tel., Washington. 68tf WANTED--A reliable uaa'tomiiit. dolight work and see to things on a farm ; tene ment if wanted; address "Farm Hand," Times office. 68t2 SHOEMAKER" WANTED IMMEDIATELY Must be good workman on nailed work ; good wages to right party ; apply to A. Bisset, Shoemaker, 2 Merchant street, Barre. 64t WANTED Janitor and fireman for public building ; address "Janitor," Times oil ice. bitl LETTERER WANTED A YOUNG MARRIED MAN, GOOD LETTERER, WHO CAN ALSO DO SOME lJUHT CUTTING : 18.00 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 NEVER LEAVE THIS JOB; WRITE. STATING WHAT YOU CAN DO, AND WHOM YOU WORKED FOR, TO DAVIS GRANITE CO.. MORRISTOWN, N. J. 64t6 Wanted at ONCEThree- men for saw mill work ; R. J. Miller, Kickers Mills, Vt. 62tf WANTED Man in drug store, registered or one familiar with drug business; Brisbin's Drug Store, Waterbury, Vt- 61tl2 HELP WANTED Magnesia Talc Co., Water: bury, Vt. 4tl2 WANTED Four or five men with families; steady work and ervwi nav for rlirht Par ties ; also some lumber jobs to let; tel. Barre 477-4 or writ Williamstown Co.. Williamstown, Vt. 44tl8 WANTED At"Fletcher quarry, Woodbury", Vt ; open shop ouarry from Mar. 1, 1920 : wanted now, 2 complete derrick erews ; I have a general store and furnish goods to men in my employ at wholesale prices ; houses rent at $8.00 to $10.00 per month: surface quarry and good machinery; write for more information and state your experi ence in a granite or marble quarry ; will hire a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher. Woodbury. Vt. J4tf JIELPJIVANTED FEMALE WANTED A competent woman 'is house keeper for a family of 4 sduhs ; refer ences required: Box "E." Northfleld. 69t8 WANTED AT ONCE An order cook at the Pierce Clark Restaurant, 80 Main street, Montpelien Vtjtel. JI64. t9t WANTED By the Apaley Rubber Co. ot Hudson, Mass., girls and young women and married couples to work In modern shoe shop; wages, girls tl5 and men $1V while learning; also 4 experienced stitchers, wages 16 to fig to start; sir rut at Hotel Barre May 22: ask for MnSheldon. 67t3 WANTED Girl for eneral houseworkT ap ply to Mm. J. H. Woodruff, IS East street. or call 200-W. 67t3 WA NTE D Two table girls, experience not necessary; second cook (man), porter and a bellboy : Pavilion Hotel. Montpelier. 66t WANTED Pastry cook at Jack s" ReataiT- rant. tel. 51-M Sitf WANTED kitchen woman at Jack's Re taurant. tel.61-M. 7,f WANTED AT ONCE Kitchen girl; Chelsea Inn. Chelsea, Vt. 67tf WANTED 'A chambergir! ; good, steady job : apply at once : Hotel Barre. S7t4 WAITRESSES Also chambermaids "for "the eumimr season; anply We, M. Gale, Mgr.. Lake Morey Club, Fairlee. Vt. 66t6 WANTED A housekeeper on farm: family of : lipht work: addreas letters to "K.." cara Times. 5t6 PUPIL NURSEff WANTED-Ymmr women to train as nurses at Barre City Hospital. Parre. IStf WANTED A middle-aged woman for jren- eral housework r state w sires ; address Mrs. Cullen Martin. Windsor. Vt 12tf WANTED Pupil r,uree snd attendants t the Taunton State Hospital: waees per month with maintenance; for particulars address Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt., Taunton State Hospital. Taunton. Maes. 24tf POULTRY AND EGGS BARRED ROCK EGGS 11.00 per dot.: also snd shoaxe ; yesirnna O. I. C. boe -""Me to register; D. E. Davenport, R rt. r.rrr. VL B9t2 ' in SALE Tars black Musrova ducks ; ice. i8.0fl; also ducks egga, $3.60 er ! 'in : F. K. Bailey. 81tf PURE BRED S. C. WHITE LEGHORN and Indian Runner ducks' eees for hatching, t.OO per sotting: Carl W. Seaver. Wil liamstown. Vt; N. E. telephone 898-14. Po pie's telephone B-S1. 47tf SINGLE COMB BUFF ORPINGTON EGG" for hatrhing from the best strain of Buff Orpingtons in the eountre : won 8 1st prixes at the Vermont State Fair and 4 Ists at Barre 1I9: prices ronable; write for mating list : J. P. Corskie. 4tf EGCS FOR " HATCHrNG From my prire wlnnin stock of 8 C. R. I. Reds and White Wysndottee (Martin atmlnl 81000 per 100 and $1.60 for 16 ;B. F. Athertnn. Waterbury, Vtj tel. 29-8. 20t50s WHITE ROCK SETTING EGGS : also White Lehgom setting eggs, both from standard strains : order now ; F. R. Chase. 2 Hieh street Barr. 12rf HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT - Upstairs tenement comer Elm and Summer street; inquire at 18 Eastern avenue. 69tS FOR RENT -THREE-ROOM "STEAM-"-" HEATED APARTMENT for light houekeeinr : modern, desirable, central lorstirn, suitable for 2 or 8; A. A Porce. 2S Pearl street 6Htf .- - - - - TO RENT Small tenement at No. 17 Addi son p'ac: siv.'m per momn ; niquire ot E. M. White. 27UpVnd avenue. 69tf TO RENT Three-rnom'tenement at 1 Weet street hot and cold water, gas and ele-trie lights: inquire of E. L. Smith. 17 Weet street, tel. 819-Y. or Alex. McHaffie, tel 19-W or 859-M. $6tf TO RENT--Pleaant upstairs tenement of f rooms, toilet hot water, electric lights. arden ; apply to Mrs. John Comolli. 4 Foeter street TO RENT Tenement 4 rooms. $10 a mo. ; Smith place, Mspl avenue; Smith Bros. 64tf VENEMEXT TO RENT rooms, bsth. elee trie lights, gas ; inquire at 48 Pearl street 6tf TO" RFJNT- Entirely separate 8-room tene ment on Elmore street : elertrir liehts and ws : in rood repair: Mrs. r-dilh M. t arr. nhene 44-M. Rltf to RENT Two tenements, known as th to N." care Tim- cC7-e 4 tf 1-r.c-rtIRS TFNFMENT TO RENT Five t 4S Marie evenu- : wocwnei. etee- f ,irnU . tnquirw f Mrs. Fonl,h, p. rorpw. a Shallow. $ 44tf hanhonse : else tare gsroen : reaflv May 10; tmi "- or eall at r houtii Main atnee to se house. 41tf TO RENT 9-reom tenement. 1st flnor The j. t -' " 'i'"t " - r ;-. -t- . TO RENT -Tenement at ? Merrhsr.t street, also 4 tenewienta en Wiliey street, all In f et-c'as pe ; monVrn iierwwrment, : Gew. W. Mann. 4 We'lmetoa street. $:tf To RENT -Tenement of 4 moms: el trie I lights. Nin. sno : inquire m v. u. ijiisTT. 1 1 sr a v-wk XI ... - ,1,-1 sltf TFVFMENT TO RFNT in hooe at rear ef turner block. ltl No. Main street: inrsiir of R- S Currier after 7 p. m.. f Fi s'met. Barre. Jftf fOR RENT-A good 7-eonm eoMag keM. spring water, lih: Pauhelder sure i H W. fW,t. Bolster block. l4tf TO "RENT Sei mi.ni cottage: insuirs Ank'ir t'ole. M Seminary street. tf COTTA'.r HOt'cE TO RENT On Via street: C L. Woodwwrth. tastasaa Me- sytf ' ; ! for MISCELLANEOUS LAWN MOWFRjt fIHRFIM.1) snd de.i-.ered; ,-hcne .- , t.raml 5tf ; T-l Cm. ,rr r-m t A- M-ae. 14 t la- tm.. m fiwt etreet. ivrnvt r-yoursa vivt rTft liOU. ww be 1k dy. kaislmg asas r gee. efinr VP arwond. cavi mm t, lmm. we - C Mala strart. v kvtkm 1 race. -. sw-J FOR SALE FOR SALE 10 Corliss engines, ?g to 160 H.P. ; 60 steam builai-s, horizontal, verti cal, locomotive, Scotch marine, water tube and economic types; 10 howting engines with and without ooilers ; SO steam pumps, Gould, Diane, Cameron, Know Its. Worthing ton, Gordon, bmith-Vaile and Cameron; Win H. Wilson Iron Works, Rochester, N. V ... - 9tl2 FOR SALE Large air comprcasor.'ln good working condition ; writ to Box 47, Barre, Vt. 68tS AM LEAVING FOR "THE WESTWf Mil' bed sits, bookcases, kitchen cabinet, oil stove, chairs, tables, looking glasses, snow shoes, etc. ; Annie Sullivan, 24 Jefferson street. 7tf FOR SALE NEW. SEVEN-COLUMN . BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE; ' LBERAL DISCOUNT; WRITE OR INQUIRE. TOWN CLERK, WARREN, VT. e8t8 EXTRA QUALITY RED RHUBARB, to-day", 8 lbs. for 2iic ; save middlemen's profits and buy direct from the producer; C. A. HtsUh,, J69 Washington street, tel. 742-M. .. ttlt6 FOR SALE A D-pannl-ntter ""Overland, all new tires, in good running order; E. Rob- , inson, Box jll, Waterubry. Vt. tBU FOR SALE One medlum'-sized oak roll-top desk, with leather-seated office chair; also 1 lady's oak desk; tel. 17S-K or call at 1 French street ; Mrs. Nella 8. Jloscoe. STtS FOR SALE Rebuilt 40-H.P. Mitchell ran- about, thoroughly overhauled, and new paint; lota of power and speed; price $250, or trade for motorcycle and sidecar ; call and see it or write; L. C. Holman, Randolph, yt. ,: : j6t6 iOR SALE Small henlioiiee, chicken coops and run; tel. 454-M; Mrs. P. M. Carr. 54tf F"OR SALE A few more pecks of nice seed corn ; E. J. Cook, 'phone 21-4, Chelsea, Vt. J. ' . 6StS FOR SALE On Ford touring "car, aiscTi Indian motocycles, all in flrst-class condi tion ; Silas Gubroe. JrWaterbury.JVt, 64t6 FOR SALE Gasoline range in good condi tion ; price reasonable; call at 74 Prospect 'tract 64tf . FOR SALE Tested native Flint seed corn": G.JE. McFarland.tel. 377-W JBarre. 48tf, FOR SALE Y soda fountain, 2 wire-leg ta-, bles, 6 wire-leg chairs, 8 wire-leg stools. I orangeade tank, on 15-gal. ice cream cabi net, one 20-gal. ice cream cabinet, 1 cigar case 4ft-x2xl, 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 must be sold to settle estate; V. L. Jerd. adm., Randolph, Vt. 9tf FOR SALE Strawberry plants: Fairfield, an early variety; Gandy. late variety! prices, $1.00 per hundred. $7.60 per M. : red raspberry plants: Marlboro, an early vari ety, haa withstood 60 below xe.ro without in. Jury. 25 for $1.00, $8.(0 pee hundred; J. E. Mitchell, R. F. D. 2, Barr,- 'phone 223-J. 83tf. VERY GOOD DRESSING FOR GARDENS Also shoata for sale; tel. 66S-M ; W. E. Nichols. . Jltf FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monumenta : brightens up the lettering and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new ; guaranteed ; prices on application : James Sullivan, 114 Park street. Jarre. Vt ltf FOR 8ALE By gal. or fibl.. BLACK DIA MOND RUBFJKR ROOF PAINT: water., weather, fir and sunproof; 800 lbs. to bbl. s I am ready to paint or repair your roofs : E. L. Derumore. 1 Pleasant street: 12tf LIVE JTOCK FORRAT,E FOR SALE New milch cows; also 3-H.P. gasoline engine: nearly new: M, J. M-. Lea n Williamstown, tel. 888-22. 68tg FOR SALE On good Jersey eow, tubercu lin tested, as I have no pasture for her: H. FLHolt, Jiel.884-U Barre. 64t FOR SALE A few 4-weeks-old pigs; tef. 478-W; Amos A. Hall. 63tf HORSES AND VEHICLES TWO WAGONS, harness, blankets, etc., for immediate disposal : will aell cheaDlr : eall' on JE. yalx,82 Center street 6t6 FOR SALEne "delivery horse: Union Co operative Store. Granite street 65t5 FOR SALE A pair of working horse juet right for a farmer; weight about 2,800 lbs., ages about 9 and 10 years : sale cheap ; enod trade : inquire of S. Lavin, Northfleld. Vt. tel. 2-2- 65t8' HORSES FOR SALE -I have a number of good Canadian horses. In matched pairs and single chunks, at reasonable prices: -J. T. Jamieson. Williamstown. 4Stf Don't Lay Aside This 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 Laat call. All Incubator at a big discount ONE 65-EGO $12.00 ONE 120-EOG 19.75 ONE 200-EGG $7.60 MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Telephone . " WHEEL HARROWS .' Special price thia week. 1 CLARK'S CUTAWAY $39.00 1 WALTER WOOD 42.00 1 SPADING HARROW (a new thing! 48.00 1 JOHN DEERE model K flexible 49.00 1 DOUBLE ACTION for tractor or horses, a dandy rig 85.00 FORE TRUCK for harrow 10.00 MARSH-ALLEN CO. K. E. Tel. 140 Orange Co. Then WANTED TENEMENT WANTED Modem oonveniencea, central location; send replies to J M. M.." car Times. Mt2 WANTED TO BUY A second-hand Fori pererably roadster: write, stating price.' to ' M. T..." care Times. 8t3 : WANTED By elderly woman, position a housekeeper in small family ; will go any where; Mrs. H. R. FittjHarrev t. WU' AS I AM NOT ABLE to'folhrw 'my trad at papcrhanging and must work. I hav started a paint shop at my hous at 1 fouih Main street and would lis few buggies and sleighs to Qgint, and also will rrfinieh furniture and euajnei bed of any kind at retinish work ; work done right and prices right; tel. C.-M ; ska a few luwds f manure for sal cheap if taken at one: W. P. Durkeei. JtlZ4 ViE COULD ACCOMMODATE a few more tested eow tn Gooley pasture : will also buy row due to freshen in September; apply to Henry Lunde.te'.I44-X. 7U WANTED Five or (-room downetair tene-' ment or cottage: all nawlem traproee." menta : Summer street or Maphs avenue preferred ; no children ; address ' FV Timea omc. S4t4 WANTED Four or five-room tenement, en- trally lorated. with modem lmprmremnts. -for 2 adults: addrwe "!.," Times omc. eitf , WANTED Tw-hnrs stop w a on, Careen t wheel, in good eondiUoti, lt-in. !: stai price: AleiMcR. tiroUHt. X tl WANEDT buyseeonjhand side car for Indisn motoeryle: trlephone-5?-M. Mt4 -WANTED Bring our autoenobil. wagons," sleigh ee signs to 4SJ North Msin street ; to be painted: also furaitar rennished ; Henry Bky. Tainter. Wtf WANTED LONG DISTANCE HAULING BY AITO TRUCK PHONE OR WRITE JAMES E. CA5HMAN ! COLLEGE ST.. BURLINOTON, VT '. rilONE 4H&-R Mtt WANTi.b-A" I er Vroms rettag. 1 aid saf 4ouh teemewt botas. e a downstairs spa-tmsnt: all snnoVra imprcenetlts ad beat sorahty eVssited; adder 'T," Trr itf MALE AND FEMALE. HELP MFN-WOMl.N. over I", wsnted I ben- government eiertis : 110 meth tap: wni imaasdiatriy toe ire "si pw " nw ssesi rsnki.a Institute, Urrt 4.t. nvsrner. Y. May-H--lWnnt- FAMILY' KELP WTn-Ve siww mr giis t mar- ta a cwttosi seiil: wiU par s re o kasra. ale certs': for far. Kr ?nf( mat-w rrt V Vf. I'auf aa. 17 1 r-kisw tre Cw. i'ik e. s. ietf s . S.-S . s - fr,vrts.- TO RLNT 1 rm. "a si ft-mi r s'-n.M tr ii- r'rt '"-:-" w t - snru 1 ansa .- " t