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THM. 'iSAHittt UALLj I TJlMaa, UAlUiJi, V l., TUESDAY, HAY", 23,, 1920.
ABOUT JTHE STATE Happenings of Interest from DiB etent Sections. The Mh annual W. C. T. U. eonVen tion of Caledonia county U being held in St. jounsDury w-aay ana lo-mur-row. Springfield property owners are building their unused "barns over into tenement houses, because of the serious shortage there of living quarter. Someone apparently familiar with the location of vegetables in the cellar of Jesse D. Billings in Rutland stole four bushels of potatoes on a recent night. ' George Lovelt of Rochester found on the mountain in that town, In his trap, a large black bear, and playing about ha mntVr hp ar wpr two cubs. Mr. Lovett killed the did bear and brought in the the cubs alive. Attorney Harry B. Witters and fam ily of St. Johnsbury wertxthrown from their automobile between Lyndon and West Burke Sunday, when the steering gear of the car- broke. .AH were badly shaken up, but not seriously nun. For the second time within a year, the Bigelow drugstore in Newport has been broken into and articles stolen. Last Friday morning the basement was ransacked and a large quantity of al cohol was taken. Cigars were undis turbed and only the liquor touched. As last year, during a short, absence ' from home of J. C. Temple and family of Rutland, someone visited, their tulip bed last Wednesday night and cut ev ery flower, about 30, which had just reached full bloom. A small flower bed nearby was also relieved of every blossom. The southern part of it he state had a very severe thunder shower Thursday of last week, in North Bennington the main highway being badly washed, and the entire top soil being removed from the gardens and carried away by the water. At the H. C. White company plant, damage ito the extent of several hundred dollars was caused because the conductors failed to carry away the un usual volume of water. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Stone start ed yesterday from their home in Ver gennes for a golden wedding trip to New York, Washington and Atlantic Citv. They were married May 24. 1870, and" have resided in the vicinity of Ver gennes all their lives. For several years Mr. Stone was city treasurer and has been a lifter since 1013. He Is 78 years old and his wife is 71. She Is the leader of the women's Bible class of the Vergennes Congregational church. A fine large building, in lohial style and with epacious grounds, lo cated in the village of Eaat Burke, has been given that town by F.. A. Dar ling for a community house. Mr. Dar ling had the building erected for that purpose, has furnished it throughout and installed in it a caretaker. The dedication will take place in the near future, after which the property wi;i be In charge of an oreanization to be known as the Burke Mountain club. ' A kingfisher in Rutland has used two pieces of very choice tatting, which Mrs. David It. Candljsh pinned on a clothesline to bleach, in making his nest. She put out three pieces, only to find two gone entirely and the third on the ground. Replacing that one on he clothesline, she soon saw a king fisher tugging vigorously at it. Re planing it with pieces of gauze, she hoped to be able to see where the bird placed it and recover her tatting, but the bird got away with the gauze with out Mrs. Candlish being any the wiser as to her trimming. Principal A. C. Tuttle of the Bellows Falls high school and his wife were both considerably injured Sunday aft ernoon when, in an attempt to avoid running over a dog, thttir Ford car ran Into a wall and overturned, throwing them both out and hurting Mr. Tut tle so badly he had to be taken to the Rockingham hospital, where' it was found his hack and spine were Injured and that his collarbone and two ribs were fractured. Mrs. Tuttle was not so badly hurt. Mr. Tutlie has been principal of the Bellows Falls school for 16 years and is also president of the village trustees and moderator for both the town of Rockingham and the village of Bellows Falls. Camp Billings Open to Vermont Girls. The summer camp for boys and girls, known as Camp Billings, will open on June 19 and continue for ten days for boy scouts; the period for girls and business young women from July 1 to Julv 31, and the regular boys' season froin Aug. 2 to Sept. I. This camp is owned by the Windsor County Y.' M. C. A. and has been op erated by this association for boys and girls of average means for 14 years, raring for over 1,000. The camp is not Conducted for profit. The property is beautifully located en Fair lee lake and well equipped: open to any Vermont boy or girl of rood character. Folder containing full Information and pictures mailed on re quest. Address A C. Hurd, director, Wake River Junction, Vt. WORCESTER Are you coming to the "Battle of Gettysburg?" Where? At the Worces ter if. K. church Saturday. May 29. at I o'clock. An illustrated lecture of the greatest bit tie fought on American soil. Sunday morning at 10:4.i special .thwrrance 'of Memorial day will be made. An out-of-town upeaker bas been procured to give u an addre on that day. All solders of the Civil, panih-American and World war are requeued to be preset and sit in a body. In the evening an B'tonii-hing nd vivid lliitrtioo of the fearful leotnvt ton- that followed in the wake f the inaditig German armies will he given in an illustrated lev-ture de scribing the ruins of the churches of franc and Re'siiim. The view were lien fcr the Frerxn government. o ne mill want to mi this mt enter -ting set of p: ! ure. mm RAISDOLVn William Hutchinson, who was mak ing his home at his, brother's, Stephen Hutchinson, in West Brooktield, died on Sunday morning. ' Mr. Hutchinson i mirvived hv his father? who la in town with' his daughter, Mrs-. ,1. F. ! Tewksbury, and several other rela tive. One sister, Mrs. George Thayer, also resides in town. A survey is being made for the con struction of a Jine by the Hortonia company from" Rochester directly across the mountain to Randolph, to bring over the 13,000-voW. current that conies now to Rochester from the west side of the mountain. It is planned to carry the line from here to Fast Uran- ville tor use un tne t&io worKS mere. The pre-Memorial services were held on Sunday night at the Methodist church with a good attendance. There was sfWiai triusic, the brass orchestra being present; the choir gave two an thems, the male quartet one selection, and the hymns were of a patriotic na ture. Rev. Fraser Metzger 'd the scripture and offered prayer, and Rev, R. H. Moore gave the address, taking for his topic, "America." Mr. Moore gave loyalty to America as one of the essentials and strongly urged upon all present to stand for that in.this coun try. Members of the W. R. C, the U. A. R. and the American Legion were present in a body. The regular exer cises will be held May 31 in the Bap 'tiat church, with Rev. Mr. Barker from Randolph Center to give the address. S. W. Howard, who has been failing in strength for some time, is not as comfortable at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Wiilliam Howard of Winchendon, Mass., came Saturday to see him for a time, and may remain permantly here. Harry White of South Royalton, who has been here for a few days with his sister, Mrs. Albert Spooner, left on Monday for his home. Mrs. White and infant child are yet at the sanatorium. After July 1 the Randolph Gun club will go out of existence. A short time ago a revenue official called on the treasurer of the club to ascertain the amount in the treasury, and took the whole amount. $20.50, most of which was already due for rent of grounds and other debts. It seems by the war revenue tax such clubs must pay n annual tax of $20, and the members of the club are not willing to pay the bill for the support and consequently will disband. An auction was held on Saturday back of the W. E. Lamaon store for the houshold goods of Phoebe Ann Cathan. Mr. Cathan, since the death of his wife, is being cared for at the home of Mrs. Harry Allen. New Chemical Kills Bed Bugs P. D. Q. P. D. Q. (Pesky Devil Quietus) is the .r..! A ..n finlnrmA chemical dis- covery by Dr. Prie that actually rid. the wont infeated house of bedbug, roaches, --. I u . .r.r. Thjw don't have time to kick after you go Biter them with P. D. J. A 35c parkas of P. D. Q. make quart of strong bug-killer, and roes farther .1 . nf hm nli-fRxhionod danirerous dope. P. I. Q. coat and kills their ess and prevent natcning. rmi, a paw" pout in every box to enable you to get them in the hard-to-geat places, and saves juice. .. , , P. D. Q. for family use sue. opeciai nos pital and Hotel sixe 12.60 makes I gallons, . - . a wmiw i m in. i. , mmn atinnlv you. or ent prepaid to your address eiuier aixe on receipt or price ny we uwi v ncmi cal Co.. Tens Haute, Ind. P. D. (J. is nev er , peddled. Adv. WARNING- lla SMlne yssp snnhi, rtfalar do not i or aumral lautivei: Jiul try K0S0LAXI nfa. rantl. wtaoUeom. Bait and f" (reheat. Obtahwtls t buy drureUu, ewrj Bera. Ksrl l'f f "nr aUmtnU. t Mr, MMurinttlon. haaSaalMa. aiw mlta. twMtlM. . Mart burn, torpid line, oad srUl, aorvoauuw. dwrpala, lodtrr tiej, nhiatrr. awout and iihuoti Sallaia NEW HAIR after BALDNESS ir V0U srs ltslsf hlr. h dniiruB. sr rs Wis, fl It bm aaoss that SOTAiaO. tonulu lnf twsl snd euwr pount tntrrdl- ant, ta wsndrrlully orwuful. Far men. "oraen. chlldrrn. Hir arewa. dDilrnlf eliinlnlea In B.r.r CUM whM all ! fills. S9 -a.NTKM and MT-rrfuad ttrt. 0 a BM t tnr kuir ahtrmtT, sr mb4 IS csnu lor Frsof ht sf KOIALKS ta J. B. RrlttalB, lac-, SUtloa F, New York, N. Y. 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 0 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 steera, well matched and handy; In mo. -old registered Jer sey bull from the Krhardt herd; 5 grade Jersey and Guernsey heifers. 1 pair horses, tt and 8 years old. weight 2.H" 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 wsiron. with double deck bodv. manure spread er, mowing machine, borne rake, hay t-Jd-r, 2 hore cultivator, I horse cul tivator, plow, disc harrow with r'b - spring-tooth narrows, dump cart, land roll. Mon drae, r-orn planter, 2 sets double harnesses, single harness, set ex press harnesM-s. road cart, sleiirh. 2 seat express tleih. set lijlfct 2 horse sleds with brake and body, Wging sled ilk brake, wood rack, manure slel ith bdv. sap l-d tth dray, cora .bMl-r. 5 11 I'. pas engine, nrarly new milk separator. Firpire milk sejnrtr. 4 4o t. milk -sn. U't f milk j.l. tv-i twiwer. fttuntttv lumber. l-mi.T evaporator frJ hpe. ttrarme arli and rn. -V bu k't cf.vets, alo a lot of kou-bld furiatnre. Term at time of a!e. bitnh at r.-n Ve will br;a rr.frj.:iy. at idt iiv Z. at l' o'ft-xk. G. A. CKANE, Owwet. D. A. PESST, AiiCticnccf. Barre. Vt. Woman SickTwoYears Tells How She Got Well MUs G. I. Pnird of 80 Glenvllle ve., AU ton, Mass., writes! "I hnve been ick al most two years, hsd four doctors with littls or no relief. I was Rrowinsr thin every day, went from W8 to 111. 1 was so dlacour. aired I didn't know what to do. One niKht, about three wek Ko, I picseo up n paper and aw your Dr. True' Elixir, family Laxative and Worm Expeller advertised. I mnde up my mind I had worms, and the next day bouirht a mall bottle of Dr. True'i Elixir. I wsa surprised at the result, stom ach worms tone a flntter long-, to much nlime. that looked tliouKh it waa just tUe skin of worms. The day before I took Dr True's Elixir I thought 1 should go wild with the crawling in my stomach. I feel like a new person, all my friends say I look oo much belter. I wouldn't have be lieved anyone could feel o much better In such a short tor. I can't ftivt your medi cine praise enough." ' Signs of wormi: Offensive breath, swollen upper lip, sour stomach, deranged stomach, ooiudonal gripinprs and paina about the nav el, pale face of leaden tint, eyes heavy and dull, twitching eyelids, itching of the nose, itching of the rectum, short dry cough, grind ing of the teeth, red poirrta on the tongue, starting during leep. slow fever. Dr. True' Elixir, The Family Laxstive and Worm Expeller, is old by ALL DEALERS. Adv. "Can'tCHtOffMyLeg" Says Railroad" Engineer "I am a railroad engineer: about 20 ytun go my leg was seriously injured in an acci dent out West. Upon my refusing to allow the doctor to amputate it I was told it would be impossible to heat the wound. 1 have tritd all kinds of salves and had many doctors in the past 20 years, but U no avail. Kindly I resolved to use PETERSON'S OINTMENT on my leg. You cannot imagine my astonishment when I found it was doing what over 100 things had failed to do. My leg is now completely cured." Gu. Ilauft, 79 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. "It make me feel proud to bo able to produce an ointment like that." says Peter ton of Buffalo. "Not only do I guarantee Peterson's Ointment for old sorea and wounds, but for eciems, lt rheum, ulcers, chafing, itching skin and blind, bleeding, or itching piles, and I put up a big box for 36 cents at all druggists, a price ail can afford to pay. snd money back if not satis fied." Mail orders filled by Peterson Oinfc. ment Co., Inc.. Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. AUCTION 3 1 High Grade Holsteins Having sold my farm, I have no use for personal property, and will sell the same at auction; 1 mile from Cabot village on Waldcn depot road, on THURSDAY, MAY 27 at i o'clock p. m. 18 Cows From 2 to 6 years old, H fresh, bsl ance due to freshen in fall or early winter j 5 extra nice yearling heifers, I registered bull, 2 years old; 7 calves. This stock was tuberculin tested May 12 without a reactor in the herd. FARMING TOOLS McCormick mow ; miwhinp. Iihv tedder, dtimn cart. 2 plows, 2 cultivators, smoothing drag, smoothing harrow, wheel harrow, spring tooth harrow, 2-seated express wagon, mud wagon, 2-horse traverse sleds, pung, large iron kettle, milk cans, quantity lumber, and many other email tools. Kome household furniture. Terms made known on day of the sale. W. J. PERRY, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. B. G. ROGERS, Clerk. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR7EDWIN F. SURGEON ROWLAND BLD. FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING, BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HK A PQTT A RTF RS FOR RELIABLE PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS, VICTROLAS. SONORA TALKING MA CHINES, RECORDS, EHEET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt. Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW UP-TO-DATE EASY RIDING Calls from a disUnra at reasonable ratca A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre Tha Only Auto Ambulance in tha City DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Olfica in Room SS. MUea Building Talrpbona Connartion OKFICE HOURS : t a m to 11 m. anil 1 : ta 4 p.m. Monday. Tueadar. Thursday and Friday Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS: to 12. 1 ia i. 7 ta Telephone 181-W MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Kt Iir rr, NVehfterville and Cranitetillt to Harre Orange, Washington end WilliamRtomn to Barre Lcng distance tripe M. J. WIIITCOMR. East Barre. Vermont TKLEFHONEb 2-W WANTED Unskilled able-bodied men are paid $.53 per hour and upwards at the start. ' Interesting and steady employment. We can a!o me shipvnight?, carpenters and joiners, t-hipfitters, and t-teel shipbuilders of any craft. Call at the Employment Bureau, Tne Atlantic torpora- tion. , Portfmouth, . II. Administrator's Sale at; In settlement of the estate of the late .Fred. A. Robinson In Marshfield, about 3 miles from the village on the crossroad leading to the John Bond farm, so called, from Hollister Hill, ou TUESDAY, JU&E 1, 1920 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, I will sell the following described property: THE HOME FARM Containing about 185 acres. of land, suitably divided into tUlager pasture and .woodland; estimated to rut 300, 000 ft. lumber; sugar orchard of 800 traeB; good fruit orchard, Tunning wa ter; comfortable buildings. 25 Head of Caitli FIFTEEN COWS All young and in good order, some now milking, some to frehsen soon; l,year ling, 2 fall claves, 7 small calves, 2 hogs, 2 shoats, driving horse, extra good work team, ages 8 and 9 years, weight about 3,100 lbs.; is called one of the best teams in town. TOOLS AND MACHINERY 2 mow ing machines, horse b.oe, 2 cultivators, horse rake, wheel harrow, spring-tooth harrow, 2 plows, 2 manure forks, hay knife, stone puller, 2 prs. double sleds, pr. trucks, 2-horse lumber wagon with box body and hay rack, pung sleigh, vise and anvil, bush' scythe, 2 cross-cut saws, cream separator, platform scales, about 5,000 ft. maple logs, 800 sap buckets, 2 evaporators, iron arch, sugar-ing-off arch and pan, gathering tank, 2. storage tanks, syrup tank, 000 sap1 spouts, sap sled, and all small tools. Terms at time of sale. Lunch at noon. Kale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock Tuesday, June 1, 1920. C. W. BUGBEE, Administrator. D. A, PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt Personal Property at Auction I will sell at public auction on the premises, about i file from Vai River on the road to Kust Corinth, known as the Minsrd 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 six 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 work harnesses, lot of shaft ing and pulleys, lot of bolts such as are used around a mill, kit of iron, some new; roll new rhicken wire, lfi-gal. Fly Kpray in 1 gal. cans; 1 dozen cat tle sprayers, several 5 and 10 gal. oil cans, several chains, bars, neck yokes, etc., 1 cookstove and other article of household furniture. Also 1?; ton truck, 1017 model, in pood shape. Terms at time of sale, May 28, at 1 o'clock. W. M. WELCH, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. HEININGER DENTIST 'PHONE tl-W PIANO TUNING Fiva ytira ETrratt Piano Factory Two year Hallett A Davia Piano Factory One yr rhi-v-ing Wararoom Fiva yaara Clark McMaatar B. ARTHUR REED Tel. Tg-M Rot 145, Montpolim'. Vt Laava ordera at Pailay'n Muaic Kooma, Barre, taL St-W HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing; in Extracting: and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 169-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors t in 10 a. m., Tiieaday, Wadnotday, Friday snd Saturday : (:1a to f p. m.. Monday. Wadtxeday. Thuraday and Friday: t ta t p. m. Tuoaday and Thuraday. Montpaliar Tumday, Thursday and Saturday. 10 19 ta J) a. m. ; Monday, Wednnday and Friday, 1 ROOM sT'cURRIER BLK.. Parr T1.J-W PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS H na pita! Antbulanr Srnrica Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Sa, Barre Trl. rofinartion. 4?t-W SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION We arr now rvwdy ta eerv both old and new ruatomere with a tiiarfa rrade af Jewelry. Repair work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, th? Jeweler 14 ELM STREET POLE AGENT FQR "BOSTON AMERICAN" $.V00 . . . . 7.00 per aaile .2i AUCTION STATE OF VERMONT, WASHINGTON "COUNTY, SS. IN CHANCEHY, WASHINGTON COUNTY. Whereaa, E. R. Davia of tho city of Barre. in the county of WaahinKton and atate of Vermont, haa thi day Hied in the olrka of the clerk of said court of chancery hi bill in chancery for the foreclosure of a mortnaite agitinnt Fred N. Braley, formerly of the city of Barre, in the county of Waahinjrton, but now of parta' unknown, but without the cute of Vermont, eettinjr forth in aubetance that Fred N. Hrmlcy, on the Hth day of Janu ary. A. D. 1010, waa indebted to the Granite Bavinita Bank t Trunt Company, a corpora lion organised iind exiating under the law of the etate of Vermont, and having iu principal place of business at aaid city of Harre, in the lum of twenty-flve hundred dollam aa apecified in onn promianory note of that date and for that amount, and in order to secure the payment of aaid note and any other indebtedness whkh he. the said Frad N. Braley, should thereafter be owing said aavinga bank and trunt company or iU aesigne. he, the said Fred N. Braley, in consideration of aaid note and other in debtedness, executed and delivered to the said saving batik and trust company a mortgage deed of certain lands and premiaes in the city of Barre aforesaid dweribed, aa followa i "Commencing at a point on the westerly line of Merchant street, at the southerly corner of land owned by A. E, Batchelder, formerly ownnd by the said Fred N. Braley, which in 48.8D feet aoutherly from an iron pin on the westerly side of aaid street at the easterly corner of said land owned by the said Batcbelder and formerly owned by the said Braley; thence aoutherly along the westerly line of said street a distance oi 88.61 feet; thence turning an angle from oiithwmt ti narthweat of 90 degres and running a distance of 182.0S feet to the easterly line of land owned ny uoaaara seminary ; thence turning northerly and run ning along tha easterly line of said Goddard seminary line a distance of 83.44 feet to an iron pin set at the westerly ' corner of land owned by said Batchelder; thenca turning easterly and running along the southerly line of land owned by the said Batchelder a distance of 183.03 feet to the westerly side of said Merchant street and the point ,of be ginning, the aaid last mentioned line mak ing an angle with the westerly line of aaid Merchant street, from northeast to north west of 90 degrees and 5 minuta and is parallel to and 1 88 feet from the granite underpinning of tha house on the above de scribed land." And on the 1 5th day of October. 1918, and while the aforesaid mortgage deed was un discharged, unsatisfied and in full force, the aaid Fred N. Braley executed and delivered to the aaid Granite Bavinga Bank ft Trust Company, for a good and valuable considera tion, his promissory note In the s9m of two hundred dollars, payable to the said Granite Savings Bank A Trust Company, or order, on demand, and on the liith day of August, A. V. 919. the said Granite Savings Bank Trust Company assigned, transferred and made over to the aaid plaintiff said mort gage and note eecured thereby: that said notea are due and unpaid, together with a large arrearage of interest, and praying for a decree of foreclosure against the aaid de fendant, Fred N. Braley. And whereas, it is made to appear that the defendant, Fred N. Braley, now resWea without thi state no that process of this court cannot be served upon him. It is ordered that the defendant, Fred N. Braley, be notifled of the pendency of thia bill in chancery and summoned to appear and make answer to the same on or before the 18th day of July, A. D. 1920. by the publication of the substance of said bill in chancery, together with this order, three weeks successively in the Barra Dally Timea, a newspaper published daily and printed at the city of Barm in the county of Washing ton and state of Vermont, the last publication of which shall be at least twenty days pre vioua to the 13th day of July. A. D. I020. which shall he deemed to be sufficient notice to the aaid Fred N. Braley. Given under my hand at Montpelier, in the county of Washington, this 18th day of May, A. D. 1920. LEWIS C. MOODY. Clerk. E. R. DAVIS, Solicitor for Plaintiff, Mayl8-2BJunel ESTATE Of FRED A. ROBINSON Etate of Vermont, DWtrictof Washington, as. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to the hairs and all persona interested in the estate of Fred Rob inson, late of Marshfield, in said d strict, dereesed. GREETING : WHEREA8, application hath been made to this court in writing, by the administrator praying for license and authority to sell all of real estate of ssid deceased, to ait: Sit uated in the town of ManthneJd, in said dia trtct, including the homestead right and the interest of the widow therein, representing to said court that it would be beneficial to the heirs and all person interestd in the estate of aaid dereased. to sell said real estate and convert the aame into money. And bringing Into court the consent ana approbation in writing, of all the heirs to said estate residing in thla state, and setting forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the ilSth day of May. 19?n. at the probate office in Montpelier. in aaid district, to hear and deride upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered public no tice thereof to be given to all persons Inter ested therein, by publishing said order, to gether with the time and place of hearing, three week successively in the Barre Dally Timea, a newspaper which circulate in tha neighborhood of those person interested in said estate, all of which publicatione shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before aaid court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in aaid 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 imh day of Msy. 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judga. Mayll-1-2S ESTATE OF WILLIAM FORRAND State of Vermont. District of Washington, aa. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all person Interested In hte estate of William Forrand. late of Plain field, in said district, drreased. GREETING: WHERE 4S. said court haa assigned the 7th day of June next for examining and allowing the account of the administrator of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of aaid estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and erderea that public notice thereof be given to all per sons Interested la aaid estate by publishing thia order three week ucreeively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre. In said district. THEREFOR;, ymi are hereby notified ta appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day ass idled, tl en and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatee and lawful elaimante to aaid reeidu. Given under my hand, thia 17th day f May, 19-0. FRANK 3. MARTIN. Judga. Maylg-!SJunel ESTATE OF GEORGE W. PARKS Stat of Vermont, District of Washington, aa. The honorable probate court for the dis trict of Washington, to ail persons Interest ed in the estate of George W. Parks, late of the city of Parr, in said district, de ceased. GRFETING: At a probate court, holdea at Montpelier. within and fjr aaid district, on the 24th day of May. I;', aa instrument purporting to be the last will and tsptament of George W. Parks, late of City of Barry. In aail datrsrt. dWeaeed. waa presented to the court aforwaid. for probate. And it ia ordered by said court that the lth day of June. 1920. at the probate er in -.t Mnstnelr. he sAiiened for prving aid instrument ; and that notice thereof be givea to all persons concerned, by nuMwoing thi order three week eurceaeivelr in the Bsrre Dsile Timea. a newspaper eirruSating i that vicinity, in aaid district, previous to tbe time no'iMd. THEREFORE, yoa are hereby nntified to appear before said court, at the t:me and iaee aforesaid, sad contest the probate of said will, if yea have cause. Green vnder my hart at jompe.eT ia said distort, this ttb rfsy of Msr. !. M KY J. CUTLER. Register'. MsvIVJanel-a FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Ts nwni in Kaetirs fclork. furnisaed or enfemienevl lor iient pouse. keeftnt : inquire at u. L Woodwonh. - ma a beck Help Wanted Younjr men and trirh for light machine work and a?einbinjr in our electri cal department; 43 hours per week with jrood wajre. KENDRICK & DAVIS CO. Lebanon, N. H- Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Want. Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short adver tisementsat the rate of three lines tor twenty-five cent for the first insertion ana Ave cent for each subsequent insertioni HOUSES FOR SALE FOR KALE GOOD PIECE OF RESIDENCE PROPERTY NEAR CURKIER PARK, CITY OF BARRE: INQUIRE OF GEO. L. MORRIS. ROOM 1, BOLSTER BLOCK, ' 87tf FOR SALE One 2-tenement bouse and 8 building lota on Pearl atreet. the Garvey estate ; James T. Marrion, sdmr. 29" ''GRENLEIGH,"205 8." Main street, for sale; the semi-bungalow residence of the late W. F. Milne, built within 8 years: con tain 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tubs, cement cel lar floor and steam beat; henhouse and 2 ex tra lota go with the property ) apple treea, berry bushes, etc., and garden in good con dition j apply to Mm. W. F. Milne, tel. 29-M. . ' ??tf FOR SALE Two-story, Z-tenement' house. with good barn and cellar under house and barn, all in good repair; each tenement haa 6 room, electric lighta and bath ; plenty of garden for both tenements i tha barn could, for a small amount of money, be made Into a 6-room tenement; thi is good property to buy fov home or investment ; IU uated at 14 Clark atreet; prtiie right; We. r-hone 88-R or inquire at 21-22 HowUind building: Elwin L. Scott. FOR 8ALE On MontpeTiar road, i mile from Barre. 8-room house, modern im provement ; large piaxza with vine on t sidea; bam and henhouse and about 2 acre of good land ; will sell at a reasonable price rfhd terms if desired; Mr. H. 8. Mile, tel. 217-X after p. m. 0t FARMS FOR SALE VERMONT MONEY-MAKING FARMS, all aizes, all pneos ; write for list, stating siia wanted; Chausse Robillard, Burling ton, Vt. - 17t50 FARM FOR SALE 240 acre, on of 'the best farms in Washington Co., situated In East Montpelier, 2 miles from P. O., mill and creamery, 4 mile from Montpeleir and 4 mile from Barre; for further particular addnaa 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 i$ 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. 1422 120-acre farm near North Mont pelier for 18.600.00: only mile from school, stores, etc. J place will carry 20 cow and team and ia a real moneymaker; SO-ft. barn, silo, good comfortable 7 -room house; in considering this, pleas bear in mind that it is practically a village farm. vr , inn T .... Vmk nJ bam. near Williamstown on the Gulf road; a fine summer or all-tha-year home; price only II, Of 0.00. Thi I an errentijnally good time to look arcund. Whether buying a home in the city or a farm, we can please you. THE D7XPERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY ' FARMS FOR SALE 40-ACRE FARM la Marshfield. ml. from postome on Cabot road ; location one f '.he bra.: a large 14 story house, 10 room, all in fin ahape; veranda both side, tele phone and share of stork; 80-ft barn with basement, built 1 yra. ago: running water to house and barn; garage, henhouse and tool house : buildings all painted ; land lays warm ; smooth, machine-mowing fields, good pastures, quit a quantity of timber and wood ; a a ice home for someone. 75-ACRE FARM in South Cabot village, good building, all in fin shape, all painted: is.!v finished rooms in house: wid veran da In front; bam 45x40 with basement and drop bays; running water to nouse ana Bern; ksnhmis and tool house : good apple sr- chsrd: 2 acre timberland. 2U0 surer treea with buckets end pans: lana lays nice: a tai. to R K. stations, Marshfield, Walden and West Danville; within 40 rods ef school: a splendid location and price right; will Mil with or without stock and tool. 140-ACRE FARM in Marshfield, lb ml. from poatoffice: 2 -story bouse in good shape ; mo hie ham iust recently built aver: euqipped with litter carrier and horse fork: shed room and tool house, large henhouse, running water to house and barn : lanre ap ple orchard, ntra smooth nk-e-laylng fields: plenty or pasturing, wi nans sine; esii mated 1"0 M. ft. of lumber and a lot ef wood: this farm will run IK com and team and can easily be made to do more ; someone eueht to get interested in this deal quick when they sr it and nna out tne price. A DOUBLE-TENEMENT HOUSE Brn. shed, snd blacksmith shop ia Marshfield illage. buildipgs I in fin ehsp. all paint, ed. iarg roomy shop, oifcneing frame aa side of shop, plenty of work for two men the year around ana in a gooa paying com munity, and ia going to be sold ; anyon wnihing for property of this kind had better not wait too long before getting interested. FOR SALE A dandy place In Marshfield village on Creamery street ; house, barn and henhouse large enoueh for fr'0 hens; an acre of the best of lead : t nice room In house, hardwood floors, electric lights, run ning aster and everything in fine share shout the flare: owner rebuilt and repaired for a na-e home, and having the misfortune of losing hie wife the property ia for aale at a bargain. FOR PALI? A fine rsidertc on Main tr in Marshfield vlllaev. house and barn and garden ; opposite 2 tore, close to pas torn ce, churches and school : buildinrs in fins shape: -4 metric lighta. running water, hard wood floors, 10 pleasant rooms, a lanre rooms bam; all in slick ahape; price right These properties, both farm and village, era advert avrd to aell ; also have mere. A. R. COLE, Agent Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2 MISCELLANEOUS J OR-RENT- A good pasture for horse ar rattle ca Vine street between Barre and Mrntr-lier: M. Perrin. TeL 7-ll. H4 Lawn mowers sharpened -r.iied for and delivered; 'phone Uf-W ; Granite City T.l Co. $'f GARDENS TO "RENT-On the Mead estate. : inquire af Mrs. U J. Mead, 11 Johnson, street te TM-M. ' WE ARE READY TO PLOW YOUR GAR DENS W. E. Nkhols. teL -M. 44tf ANYONE DESIRING MAN WITH HORSE to work Vr the day. fcsaliag asbes e gar. sura ar cleaning up a round, eail E. Pesw teU, fW. Mala auwet a Wisp ban ill rag. 4s-. tf WANTED Six Second-Hand Indian Side Cars Will pay $20 to $70 cash. I have for sale 1 1918 3-?need Indian twin electric equipped $110 with ide car. One 1920 Ford tourinjr car. start er and Lights. One 1918 3 fpeed twin with, fide car, for e ;00. Try i Free. Hercules Spark Hug A. M. FLANDERS ey 5. Xaia St. Brrt, TL HELP WANTED MALE WANTED A mantodo chores "amftake car of garden; steady job for tha year round; A. K. Batchelder. PlainHeld. 6ut8 WAN'IED Two tirst-claaa stonecutter, who are able and willing to cither letter or cut tone ; up-to-date plant ; state term and write Jenny & Nelbach,Utlca, N. Y. 0t2 WANTED Two men for general farm work. one to help milk; married or single; Writ full particulars, including wages, first let ter; E. (J. Peck, Supt., Hill Top farm, Middleboro, Mass. . -oui! WAN I E D Homes hoer ; steady job "apply to John Salter, blacksmith, East Barre. ' 60t WANTEDYwo paintcra?or outrde work : Ernest Jurriea. (02 N. Main street, tel. BB5-M. f 9t8 WANTED A good stone cutter, one that can sharpen tools preferred; steady job, 11.00 per hour; write or wire to Lealie & Co., Jackson. Mich. Gt3 WANTED A board sawyer; F. E. Downing, 22 Cliff street, tel. 144-W, Orange Co tel., Washington. 5tf WANTED-Janitor and flremenfor public building; address "Janitor,". Time oiilce. ' ' itf WANTED At ONCE T brnmen "for u . mill work : R. J. Miller. Kicker Mill. Vt. S'M WANTED Man in drug store, registered or one familiur with drug business; Brisbin't Drug Store, WaUrbury. Vt. ltl'4! WANTED Four "or five men with famllie; steady work and good pay for right par tie : sIko some lumber jobs to let; teL Barre 477-4 or writo Willlamstown Co., Williamatown. Vt 44tl8 WANTED At Fletcher ouarry. Woodbury. Vt. ; open hop quarry from Mar., 1. 1920 : wanted now, 2 complete derrick crews ; I have a general store and furnish goods to men In my employ at wholesale price : house rent at 18.00 to 110.00 per month; surface quarry and good machinery; writ for more information and state your experi ence in a granite or marhle quarry; will hire B few annrenrfees V. R. Fletcher. Woodbury. Vt, 14tf HELP WANTED FEMALE Wanted a competent woman or girl to do general housework, who is a good cook, and can furnish good reference. The nay ia good with small family and no wash ing or ironing, and no children. Address "M". Barre Time. 6116 WANTED A capable girl for housework," t in fnmily ; no washing or ironing ; call at 10Ceritral sticet; 60tS WANTED A'tuble gii-1 at Baltimore Lunch. 69tf WANTED AT-ONCE An order cook at the Pierce k Clark Restaurant, 30 Main street, Montpelieiv Vt. ; tel. 264. tt WANTED Two table" girl, experience not necessary: second cook (manl, porter and a bellboy : Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier. 86t WANTED pMtry-cook""atJack' Reitou"- rant, telL16-M. t!7tf WANTED Kitchen woman at Jack' Re- tsursnt, tel. 61-M. 67tf WANTED AT ONCE Kitchen girl ; Chelsea Inn. Chelsea. Vt. 87tf WAITRESSES Also chamber maids for the summer season : ariply Wm. M. Gale. Mgr.. Lake Morey Club. Fairlee, Vt 66tf PUPIL NURSES WANTED Young women to train as nurse at Barre City Hospital, flarre. 26tf WANTED A middle-aged woman for gen eral housework : state wages ; addres Mrs. Cullen Martin. Windsor. Vt 12tf WANTED Pupil lur-et and attend! at the Taunton state Hospital ; wanes 136.00 per month with msintenance ; for particular sridree Dr. Arthur V. Goes, 8npt, Taunton Stat Hospital. Taunton. Mass. 264tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP FAMILY HELP WANTED Young men or girls to work In a cotton mill ; will pay ti a week to learn, also rsrfare; for fur ther Information writo to Mr. Dauplaise. 17 Perkins street. Chicopea, Mass. 66t8 STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN! WANTED BY THE APSLEY RUBBER CO. OF HUDSON. MASS.. GIRLS AND YOUNG MARRIED COUPLES TO WORK ON BHOES, RUBBERS AND BOOTS: ALSO A NUMBER OF YOUNG MEN; GIRLS ARE PAID $1S AND MEN 19 WHILE LEARNING: WHEN LEARNED GIRLS MAKE FROM $26 TO 130 A WEEK AND MEN MAKE FROM $.10 TO 4S ; MISS SOMERVILLE. WHO RECENT LY WENT TO WORK FOR US WITH HER TWO BROTHERS. IS HO WELL SATISFIED THAT SHE IS BACK TO TELL YOU ALL ABOUT IT: SHE WILL BE AT HER MOTHER'S. 0 NO. MAIN ST. ALL THIS WEEK: SHE WILL SHOW YOU PHOTOS OF" BOARDINGHOt'SE. KHOP AND WORK ROOMS AND WILL PAY ALL TRANS PORTATION AND FIRST WEEK'8 BOARD AND ROOM RENT: SHE WILL SHIP NEXT SATURDAY. MAY 59: CALL AND SEE HER AND LEARN MORE: 48-HOUR bHOP; NO LABOR TROUBLE. t HELP WANTED Young men and women to take positions a attendant at the Ver mont State Hos.ltal for the Insane at Water bury ; to those who desire, an opportunity of fered to attend nurses' tranilng course : ap ply at hospital. Waterbury. Vt lvtf HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Five-room tenement with garden at M Elmwood avenue; apply at same ad- dres. 160 TO RENT Upstair tenement, corner Elm and Bummer street; inquire at 18 Eastern avenue. - t8t FOR RENT THREE-ROOM STEAM HEATED APARTMENT for lirht housekeeping; modern, desirable, central Iocs tion, suitable for 2 or t; A. A Rnyce. I Pearl atreet. 8tf TO RENT Small tenement at No. 17 Addi son place; 110.00 per month; inquire ef E. M. White. S7 Upland avenue. SStf T6 RENT Three-room tenement at 19 Weet street hot and cold water, gaa and electric lights; inquire of E. L. Smith. 17 West street, tel. )-Y. or Alex. MrHaffia, tel 1-W or 5S-M. 65if TO R ENT Tenement 4 rooms, II a mo. ; 8 truth place, Ms pi avenue; Smith Bros. 4tf TENEMENT-1!! RENT - rcewTTiath. elec tric light. f ; inquire at 4 Pearl street Mtf TO-FJ9NT- Entirely eeparat S-room tene ment on Elmore street : elect ric lights and gas; ia good repair; Mrs. Edith M. Carr. phono 4M-M. Itf TO RENT Tw tenements, known as the Tierney property, ia South Parre; apply to W. F. Shepard. administrator. 4tf tb"FENT Msy U, 5-rootn' upper apart ment : veranda, bath, electricity, gas. large rellar and garden : choice loration. minute to Washington street carline; send repllee t "N " e-e Time eAVe 44tf "UPSTURS TFVFMENT "TO RENT -Five rorms. at 4$ Maple avenu : woodshed. ele-t-4e Kent : Inaair of Mrs. Shallow. I Forsyt be place. 44tf TO RENT-Four-room tenement with gar den and henhouse; also other tenements: V r J T I'allaghan. 44 Fark street, tel 174-W. 44tf TO RENT -i-rnsea eottsee. all newly paint ed and papered : woorlebed. large hern and hefihoeiee: also here garden: rest Msy 1: tel. M'-K or call at 1"' South Main street to see bouse. 4,r TO RENT -rowm tenement. 1st fiw. The Nw-thn : all waariw ; apply at S.'n North Main street. ,4,, TO RENT f enevesmt at f Merchant atreet also 4 tenements on Wilier atreet. all in e , T ahape: modem tmpneteniewrs : Cn. W. Mara. M WeHinetem store. im TO R FNT Tcjm " e" rooms: eVrtrie ighs bh. she! : inouins of O. D. Shurt- Ve. ? Nor"h Vein .tree. t!tf TFNFVENT TO RFVT tn bouse at rear of Turner Hers. 1? No. Mn treet : ioc-jire R a ( errser after 1 p. a, I T street. Hsrre. m RFVT -"A aend t-reewi eerasg bouse. spans' water, bs'h : Katcheloer street I H W. IWt. "oJ-teT block 1 44 ' TO RENT - Rever, mem eeeiaee: hwraire ef Anfcue Cc4. 1 S nins -V street. i rOTTAi'.E HorE TO RENT Ot Vlat i 1 wooewe-TA. uiim a piocr WANTED TO BUY CAH riia rIl) for r. ratbers snea-) al asm-sa. r sad t in a speei tv : , -svbwsa fT-R fras tioald. li Br 1 ' ""Ws.NTED-1 Hey rtrsw at barn: 'e. (44-kt 7lX V FOR SALE CABBAGE pL'ANTS-Carly Jeraey Wake- lield, ltlc per doen, 'i'oc per 40, 6Bc per hundred. Booth, Cherry street; vd. 66-V-i', Rarre. t ,0 ; 61tl0 i'AhMERSNow is the time to buy your Walter A.' Wood vertical lift mowing ma chine, side'delivery ruke. hay loader, udders, all ready to hitch to; also bay fork; A. rJ. liatihlder, Plainfeld, Vt. tl)tW k OR SALE Hanging lamp7 chamber set and ipnngs, feather lied, nice geee l'eaLh- , er plllowa, cbuus, coal-h alter, lounge, clock, extension table, mirror; Mr. Lyman Tuft, II Mount street. : - 6ut' D01X.E":TRUCKTORS firut-ciatdt conthtion, good aa new, lulu mouJ ; run about ,(00 miles. Fisher Farrti. Dethcl, Vt. l ' 61tf AUTOMOBILE FO R 8 ALE B uTck4-cy 1 i n- dcr, Jta-H.l'. ; would trade for cow ; apply J. H. Neil. PlainHeld, K. '. II. 8 ; also sowsin pig for sale. 60t FOR SALE 1(1 Corliss angTnea, 7S ta IM H.P. ; bO steam boilers, horiiontal, verti cal, locomotive, Scotch marine, water tube and economic type; 10 hoisting engines with and without boilers 60 steam pump. Gould, Mesne. Csmrron, Know Its. Worthing ton, Gordon, Smitb-Vaile and Cameron : Wm. H. Wilson Iron Work, Rochester. N. Y. j ; 6tia FOR SALE Large air compreasor, in good working concilium ; write to Bog 347. Barre, Vt. 68t AM LEAVING FOR THE WEST Will aell bed sets, bookcase, kitchen cabinet, oil stove, chairs, tables, looking glasses, snow, shoes, etc.; Annie Sullivan, 24 Jefferson tree. 7tf . FOR SALE-NEW. SEVEN-COLUMN BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE; LWERAL DISCOUNT ; WRITE OK ; . INQUIRE, TOWN CLERK, WARREN, VT. iStg EXTRA QUALITY REIA RHUBARB, to-day. 4 lb, for 25c; Bave middlemen profit and buy direct from the producer; C. A, Heath, 169 Washington strtet, tel. 742-M. 68t6 FOR SALE i A 5-paasengar Overland, all new tires, in good running order; E. Rob inson. Box ll. Waterubry, Vt, 68t6 FOR SALE Rebuilt 40-H.P. Mitchell runt about, thoroughly overhauled, and new" paint; lot of power and speed; price $260, or trade for motorcycle and sidecar : call and see it or write; L. C. Hoiroan, Randolph. Vt. 66t6 FOR SALE Small henhouse, chicken coop and run; tL 454-M; Mr. P. M. Carr. fi4tf FOR SALE Gasoline range in good condi tion; price reasonable; call at 74 Prospect street 4tf rtlR SALETested naffvTFiint eedcorn G. E.McFarland,teI.jB77-W Barre. 4tf FOR SALE Toda founuiri, i wire-leg ta bles, 6 wire-leg chair. 6 wire-leg (tools, t orangeade tank, one 15-gal. ice cream cabi net, one i0-gal. ice cream cabinet, 1 cigar case 4ftx2xl, 1 small counter, 1 cash regis, ter, 1 sink for washing and draining glasses, 1 violin, and assortment of tin for makinr brirk ice cream, 1 wood bed ; tha above good must be sold to settle estate; F. L. Jerd. adm., Randolph, Vt 89tf FOR SALE Strawberry planU: Fairfield. an early variety; Gandy, lata variety: price, 11.00 per hundred, 17.60 per M. ; red raspberry plant : Marlboro, an early vari- . ety, has withstood (0 below re.ro without in jury. 2$ tor 11.00. S3. 80 per hundred; i. E. Mitchell. R. F. D. 2, Barre, 'phone 22S-J, J8tl- VERY GOOD DRESSING FOR GARDENS Also shoata for aale; tai. 666-M; W. E. NicnoU. - tltf FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monument : brighten up the lettering and make th whole monu, ment look clean and new: guaranteed; price on application : Jame Sullivan, 114 Park street, Brre. Vt 18tf FOR SALE By gal. or bbl.. BLACK DlAJ MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, f re and sunproof: 800 lbs. ta bbl. J I am ready to paint or repair your roofs ; E. J.. Deiumore. 1 Pleasant street. 12tt LIVE STOCK FORJJALE : FOR SALE New milch cows: also 8-H P.. gasoline engine; nearly new: M. J. Mc Lean Wllliamstown. tel. 8B8-22. Mt. FOR SALE A ferw 4-weekjold pigs; tel; 4T-W: Amos A. Hall. titf HORSES ANDVEHICLES FOR SALE Rubber-tired buggy wagon for ale: inouire at 94 No. Main street, Mrs. E. A. Witham. ltf TWO WAGONS.- harness, blanketa, etc., for immediate disposal ; will aell cheaply ; call on J. E. Vale. 82 Center street. GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY will be in stud thia season : will drive out a reasonable distance; U will be to your ad vantage to see him before making further arrangement ; he is one of tha beat, if not the best sire in the state; no old mare bred ; telephone (M Washington, or. addresa F. A. Beattie. Washington. Vt SOt WARNING ! Oil took another jump last week. You better buy a half barrel before it is all gone at our special prices. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON, Manager 84 State Street Montpelier. Vermont -REPAIRS ' for all farm machines. Don't be di- , couraged about repair. If you have never tried us do so now. You'd be surprised. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange Co. 'Phone Horse Hoes J1I.S0 Werdrm Cultivator ?"' Hand Corn Planter 2 J Hand Seeder. A few wberl harrow left over. We need their room. Will give out of season price, lee than cost MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Telephone WANTED WANTED Second hand piano; giv par-' ticular ia first letter; addresa "K," care Time. . WANTED Summer home for several boy and girl, old enough to work for board; Dept of Social Work. Barre. Vt alt W A NT EDThrea furnished room for light housekeeping : central location : addresa "ABC' care Times office. t WANTED By middle-aged woman, place to ui.l in lieht work : prefer good home in stead of high wages ; call at It Avariil street. am a WANTED TO BUY A second-hand Ford. pereiably roadster: write, stating price, to "M. E.r ran Time. HH WANTED By elderly woman, position aa housekeeper in small family ; will go any where Mr. H. R. Pitt Barre, Vt MJ AS I AM'NOT ABLE to follow my trade . MMfhiiwine and must work. I have started a paint shop at my bouse at l Sooth Main atreet ana would ilk a lew k..; nH aleiehe to taint, and also will rerinish furniture and enamel bed of any kind of rennish work : work don rieht and pricsa right ; teL IiHI-M ; a Wo a few load ef manure for ssl cheap if taken at once: W. P. Darks t7tf WANTED Two-bors ston wagon, Barren wtieel. in good condition, 2 aale: sUte pricey Ales. McRae, Groton. Vt tl. WANTED Bring your automobile, wagon. sleighs or ign to 4SS North Min treet to be painted : also furniture refinished : Henry Rosier Painter. e4'f WANTED A "l ew -rooan cottage. 1 idg of double teaemetit bouse, or a downstair apartment : all mortera improvements and beat locality dasired; addnra -P.," T,m( POULTRY AND EGGS SINGLE COMB BUTT ORPINGTON EOG for hatehing froea the beat strain af Buff Orrinrtons in the country : won 1st pntea at the Vermont State Fair and 4 lata at Barre il: price reasonable; smte for mating Iwt : J. P. Cersk. 4tf ECGS FOR H ATCHlNii From wy prise ...nine etc ef S C. R. I. Red. aed White Wyandotte- 'Martin " . 10 and II M f-r U.B. F. Atrerte wltee..ry. Vt ; tel .t, WHITE ROCK SETTING FGe; ; also Whit rt-a-n.: order row ; T R- Cba. 2 H ch etreel. Rsrre. 1 LOST AND FOUND ...r--ay w . - . m... Ktaaar at Iv. hnrtk fMM. A - I - sat- T.m . - ( : t J'ara a. es4 aw MMfa. r er yee r-nr t Time orV firT Satardsy aelaeta Barre aad oi' Ba-rv. a to.H erf pts: nnder P f ng c rot.fy Tim -a ee LOST - S-" a-TT,irw, krses IW esare and M.'m re-. f b