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THE BAUHK DAI"I,Y -TXMJ58, iHAKKE.VT.., . THURSDAY, .MAY 27,
Happening! of Interest from
. Her. Edward A. Lewis prr-ached hin
farewell aermon in Lyndonville last
Congressman Porter H. Dale of
Island Pond will be the Memorial day
peaker at St. Johnsbury.
A three yeara' lumbering job ia to be
tarted at once on the Joe's brook road
in Barnet. The trees will all be sawed
into lumber to be used for boxes and
Principal E. S. Abbott of the Rutland
high achool is urging the pupils of the
graduating class to keep expenses as
small as possible, spending as little as
possible on clothing.
Mrs. Charles E. Morse, a former
Cuttingsville young woman, who joined
her husband, a lieutenant in the medi
cal corps of the navy, in France lRst
July, died in Bordeaux May 24. She
had just returned from a trip of aeveral
weeks through southern France.,
CAMP WESTMORE SOLD.
Bankrupt Owner Skipped last Year
Leaving Many Creditors.
Newport, May 27 Camp Westmore
on Willoughby lake has been sold to
R. R. Cookman, manager of a girla
camp at Lake Mdrey. Camp Westmore,
a summer camp for girls, was built
last year by Russell Bancroft of Isew
York, who fitted it up in palatial fash
ion, doing business mainly on credit.
He went bankrnpt and disappeared
beforo the season closed, leaving a large
number of creditors amounting to
about $80,000, with assets of about $3,
000. Among the creditors were leading
citizens and firms of Orleans, Barton
At an auction sale the ramp equip
ment was sold to B. O. Smith of Or
leans for $5,675. The oamp furniture
and real estate was re-sold to R. R.
Cookman immediately atferward.
The camp will be managed this sea
son by Charles II. Dudley of Hanover,
NEWPORT BOY'S BODY ASSIVES.
L. fl. Bean, 21, Died in Service in France
Full Military Funeral To-day.
Newport, May 27. The first body of
Newport boy soldier who died in serv
ice in France arrived here Tuesday
from New York. It was that of La,w
rence Henry Bean, son of Mrs. Henry
Bean, and he was 21 years old. He en
listed in the 13th regiment marine in
June, 1018, and he died four months
later of pleuro pneumonia at Brest,
where he was buried.
The funeral was held today with
full military honors.
WELLS WILL SUSTAINED.
And Henry L. Ward is Thereby Made
Burlington, May 27. The will of
Mrs. Effle E. P. Wells was sustained by
a jury in Chittenden county court yes
terday, making Henry- L..- Ward - the
residuary legatee of the Wells estate.
' The case has consumed almost the
entire time of the court since March
27, when it began with the effort of
Anna Wells Sykes and Hannah P.
Wells to break the will of the late
Effie E. P. Wells bv the terms of which
sha left $5,000 to" Mrs. Charles Wells
and an equal sum to her four children,
$30,000 apiece to the two children of
Mrs. Anna Sykes to be given Khem
when they become 45 years of age. The
remainder of the money and estat was
to go to Harry L. Ward after $159,000
had been taken out for various be
quest. The estimated value of what
would go to Mr. Ward was near to
the $200,000 mark
For nearly two months the attorneys
for the contestants, H. A. Cu.hinjf of
Now York, V. A. Bullard. R. E. Brown
and A. L. Sherman of this city, have
battled to show that Henry L. Ward
exerted undue influence over Mrs. Wells
and that she was of unsound mind at
the time she made the wi!!. For Henry
I..,Ward, Attorneys C. H. Dariing, Ed
mund M. Mower, former Attorney Gen
eral Sargent and "uy Taye have main
tained that Mrs. Weils was a woman of
intelligence and uninfluenced by Mr.
City Auction Market
Saturday, May 29
at 2 and 7 p. m.
We have our usual variety
of household goods for this
sale, and will close out the spe
cial stock of underwear, hosi
ery, shirts, men's and boys'
shoes, several pairs of ladies
white shoes; Cottage organ, in
good condition, a good sewing
machine, cutlery, guns and
At private sale every day.
brass and iron beds. National
springs, mattresses, pillows, all
new, dressers, commodes, pe
destal dining and kitchen ta
bles, stands, willow chairs,
some upholstered in cretonne,
dining chairs, dinner sets, and
odd crockery, silverware, cut
lery, cornet, violins, cello, large
ice cream freezer, 1 Glenwood
E, 1 Sunny Glenwood and 1
Crawford range, 2 and 3 burn
er Kerosene stoves, 2 shot guns
and other miscellaneous good:?.
0. H. Ha!a, Auctioneer
t SOLTH MAIN STREET, t ARKS
If You Want Good Horses
See Our Stock
COUPLE TAKEN FROM TRAIN
And Man Wa Held for Hearing Under
White Slave Act.
Tillie Champagne of Lawrence, Mass.,
was bound over in $100 bonds for ap
pearance in the United States court at
Windsor, following his preliminary
hearing before United States Commis
sioner Walter H. Cleary of Newport
Monday on. the charge of violating the
Mann white slave traffic act, being
charged with transporting Mrs. Laura
Walsh of Lowell, Mass., for immoral
purposes. Mrs. Walsh was held under
the sume bond to be used as a material
witness in the case. E.-J. Smith acted
as counsel for the defendant, and Chief
Immigration Inspector James C. Ford
prosecuted the case.
The couple were taken from the
Montreal-Boston train by Immigra
tion officers for the purpose of deter
mining whether or not they were U.
S. citizens. The examination revealed
that they had spent the past two
weeks in" Montreal and had registered
at the Grand Union hotel there as
man and wife. Both denied any com
mercial prostitution, but declared they
had gone flo the Canadian city for "a
good time." '
Mrs. Walsh testified that she had
paid all of the expenses of the trip
and that Champagne had accompanied
her on the celebration after her urging
him. ,She declared she had sold her
cottage, which was located at a beach
liear Lowell, for $500 and that she had
decided to "blow" the money. When
taken into custody she had but $200
left. Mrs. Walsh furnished cash bail
for both herself and Champagne.
Both Champagne and Mrs. Walsh are
married and each has a small child.
The pair, especially Champagne, were
scored by Commissioner Cleary and
warned to be extremely careful in their
actions in the future.
Says His Prescription
Mr. James H. Allen suffered for years
with rheumatism. Many time this terrible
disease left him helpless and unable to
work. . '
He finally decided, after years of ceaselea
.tuciy, that no one can be free from rheuma
tism until the accumulated impurities, com
monly called uric acid deposits, were di
olved in the joint and muscles and ex
pelled from the body.
With this idea in mind, h consulted phy
sicians, made experiment and finally com
pounded a prescription that quickly and
completely banished every ign and symp
tom of rheumatism from his system.
He freely gave his discovery to other,
who took it away with what might be called
marvelous success. After years of urging
he decided to let sufferers everywhere know
about his discovery through the newspapers.
The Bed Cross Pharmacy ha been appoint
ed airent Tor Allenrhu in thi vicinity, with
the understanding; that they will freely re
turn the purchase money on the first two
bottles to all who state they received no
Make Your Own
4. . :.; , L . . ... - -mart
IN can rm " inmnw - - "
of the strongest bug-killer for 35c, enough
to kill a million bedbugs, roaches, fleas and
ant. I Ms recipe wui nov oum. ,m m -the
clothing and is entirely different from
any other formula wa know of, as this will
kill the egg.
i'rocure or your ampins ox
of (Peeky Devils Quietus! P. D. Q.. then
in l -u ,h u.l Mil ainMi Y
you win ns-v ' v . i .1 .v ......... -
to rid Hotels, Hospitals and dwellings of
per X T neoDugs ana otmfr nunui
Impossible for the pesky devils to exist
with the proper use of P. I). Q.
Special Hospital sis 12.60 make five
rations your druggist has it or he can get
it for you or sent prepaid either sue by
the Owl Chemical Co., Terre Haute, Ind.,
upon receipt f price. Look for the devil's
head on every package Adv.
Reduce Weight Happily
Ult fteisui OIL OF KOFteiH. follow dlrse
Uoni at Korein 7t Uwrcelih: twain.
llnder. hsslUiif. strrtl. eTt'leet: Lit
Ui.NoKI Mid by uy Srunlta. lucludi;
F. G. Russell. Claming Lewi,
Barr Drag Co., E. A. Drawn
d by esi dratstttj rrywker whe will
,uw4 fi " ..iiiua oil. ui' lultl.S.
As I wish to make change will
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, on the premiss where I now
live in South Tunbridge, 2 12 miles
from South Royalton, on
Wednesday, June 3, 1920,
at to:oo o'clock in the forenoon.
The following described:
22 Head of Cattle
II cows, Bt now frh, balance to
frmhen in rarlv summer and fall. 3
two-year-old heifers, to freshen early.
S three-year-old heifers to freshen this
fall; tnese ram are nign graae jnr
tteina, and are all good ones; 1 pair
yearling Holatein steer.
1 pair horses. l and S years old.
weight about 2!iO Jbs., sund and all
right, as good a team a any in town.
I bay driving horse, weighs about
!."0 tla yung. sound and fearless
FARMING TOOLS Nearly new ma
nure spreader, nearly new doub'e
wagon, single work wagon. jsixd set
of trucks, bupgy waRon. milk wapon.
two-seated waen. to single sleighs,
double traverse sled good as new;
tnowinff machine. phw, smoothing har
row, wheel harrow, 2 cultivators. No.
l. DcLaval cream separator, mirk
can, pail", set pisiform cle, 2 '
double work hrne. singie work
trn. 2 drivinar bame. wheel
barrow, step ladder, grindstone, h.rf
power nd all sirall too.
HOUSEHOLD rCRXlTCRE - ie
board good as new; dinins chars.
efral odd thair. 3 rmkiiis; Va:r.
c-hifloJiier a gd as new; l-d and
bd-l"ns. string ard matlr"e. ornier
tshlr. kithn lab'e, 2 - V.-v writ tie
de-k : grsi-! of h'.ne and reniriis. tamp.
iktB'ea. 2 gsl- feat jsr. p'f'l kith
ta ranee. fi- ,iU, f-tiTon., atd
spany othrr artnies.
rr -o at t m of fi
-,r. I .tin. h at
r.ernrm" T tV date. We1nr.
.!,- 3. In. at ' ' ''V
CEOrr.E A. FETERSS. Owner.
D. A. PERRY. Awaoaeer. Barre, VL
CLEANED THE POISONS
FROM HIS SYSTEM
A MASSACHUSETTS MAN GRATEFUL.
Romervillc, Mass. A well-liked ritisen of
this city, who has suffered in the past,
write the followinil to Dr. J. F. True A Co. :
"I have taken all kinds of laxatives, but
none of it cleaned the poison from my ys
lam your Elixir will know what to us
hereafter considering the effect it had on
me, as I feel splendid now all my system
needed waa a real cleaning; which only your
Elixir gave other physic I have taken
merely passed through my bowels. ' (Name
Dr. True s, Elixir has relieved thousands of
sufferer during the last 68 years. Imagine a
prescription actually lastins so long doc
tors come and doctors go, but Dr. "rue
Elixir, The Kamily LaxatWe and Worm Ex
peller. which was given the world by Dr.
True, is a of old. the beat friend to b
found in your medicine closet.
Symptoms of worms: Constipation, swol
len upper lip, deranged stomach, sour stom
ach, offensive breath, hard and full belly,
with occasional griping and pain about the
1 1- 1. , Un tint VM hMVV
nnvri, pout? iihb v. - - -
and dull, twitching eyelids, itching of the
nose, itching or tne rectum, cnorv iry
grinding of the teeth, little red point tick
ing out on the tongue, starting during
deep, slow fever.
No Harmful Drugs Recommended by
Physicians. AT ALL DEALERS'. Dr. i. .
True r Co.. Auburn. Me. Adv.;
Stock and Tools
As I have sold my farm and am leav
ing town, I will sell at auction to the
liipheet bidder on the premises, about 1
mile from Middlesex and 6 miles from
Montpelier, on the main road, on
SATURDAY, MAY 29, '20
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, the fol
20 Head of Stock
Nine Grade Jersey Cows
Fresh, and others comine in this spring,
2 pr. 2-year-old steers, well matched
and handy; 18-mo.-old registered Jer
sey bull from the Krhardt herd; 5 grade
Jersey and Guernsey heifers, 1 pair
horse, 8 and H years old, weigni s,whj
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 hT rack. 2 -horse lumber wacon,
with double deck body, manure spread
er, mowing machine, horse rake, nay
tedder, 2-horse cultivator, 1 horse cul
tivator, plow, disc harrow with pole, 2
snrintr-tooth harrows, dump cart, land
roll, stone drag, corn planter, 2 sets
double harnesses, single harness, set ex
press harnesses, road cart, sleigh, 2-seat
slciirh. set liuht 2-horse sleds
with brake and bodv. locsrine sleds with
brakes, wood nicks, manure sled with
bodv, sap sled with dray, corn sheller,
5-H.P. gas engine, nearly new milk
i.mintnr. Kinnire milk separator. 4
40-at. milk cans, lot of milk pails,
shesp power, quantity lumoer, iaaer
evaporator in good shape, sugaring-off
arch and pan, iiO 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.
ROWLAND BLD. SURGEON
FRANK M. LYNDE
CURRIER BUILDING, BARRE. VT.
A Modern X-Ray Equipment
WEA rtQTT A RTTRS FOR
REMFI.E PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS.
VirTROI.AS. SONORA TALKING MA
CHINES. RECORDS. SHEET MLSIi;
Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt.
Badger's Auto Ambulance
JUEW UP-TO-DATE EASY RIDINO
Call from a disUnca at rasonsbla rates
A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre
Th Only Anto Ambulance in Um Citf
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
Office !n Room S. Mile Bulldina
OFFICE HOUR : a.ir. to I? m. and 1 1 S f
4 pax Monday. Ttieaday, Tbarsday and Fnday
Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi
Room 18, Miles Building
OFFICE HOURS: t to II. It a. T to I
3I0T0R AMBULANCE RATES
Lat Farre, Webster ill' and .ranitcv,ll lo rrTe f-VOO
Orange, Waskinglnn and Villiamtnwn to Paire 7.00
Ung diManca trips 2"c rr mile
M. J. WHITCOMa East Barre, Vermont
TtLErHONi, t--W .
Unskilled able-bodied rren are paid $.53 per hour and
upwards at the start.
Interest in ? and steady eir.rloyment.
We can also use shipwrights, carpenters and joiner;,
shirf.ticrs. and stc-cl shirbuildcrs cf any craft.
Call at the Err.rlcyrr.crit Uurcau. The Atlantic Corpora
tion. Pcrt'mouth. N. H.
No One Has Found Fault
with the practical principle of life in
surance. It groat advocates are the
widow and children loft with its pro
tection. 7 1st year. National Life Ina.
Co. (Mutual). S. S. Ballard, general
agent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt.
I will sell at public auction on the
premises, about Vi 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 priporty:
1 Pair Dark Bay Mares
Five and six years odl, well matched;
lumber wagon, express wagon, 3 bug
gies, horse rake, mow ing 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, lot of iron, some
new; roll new chicken wire, 16 gal.
Fly Spray in 1-gal. cans; 1 dozen cat
tle sprayers, several 5 and 10-gal. oil
cans, several cfiains, bars, neck yokes,
etc:, 1 cookstovc and other articles of
Also 1-ton truck, 1917 model, in
good shape. Terms at time of sale,
May 28, at 1 o'clock.
W. M. WELCH, Owner.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Bane, Vt.
Stock at Auction!
As my health is poor and 1 am not
able to get help, will sell my stock
at auction on
Wednesday, June 2,
at one o'clock in the afternoon,
on the the premises where I live, one
mile from Moretown village:
21 cows, 16 of which have freshened
within the past six weeks; most of
their calves in the stable; five to
freshen in early fall; all high grade
HoUtien and Jersey; 10 two-year-olds,
to freshen this summer; 8 yearlings,
yearling bull, two-year-old fat bull,
two-year-old black and white steer,
pair four-vear-old oxen in good order,
weight about 2700 Tbs., good workers;
6 seven weeks old pigs, 5) fat shoats
weighing about 150 tbs. each; 1 fat
sow, 3 horses, weight about 1200 lbs.
each, good workers and drivers, all
young, healthy arfmals; two, pair
double work harnesses.
Terms at time of sale. Lunch for
those coming from a distance.
Hale will begin promptly at one
o'clock, Wednesday, June 2, 1920.
P. F. NERNEY, Owner.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.
Five yean Evrrptt Pinno Facto it
Two yeara Hallttt A Dsvis Piano Factory
On yor 'ht-x.-in Warrroora
Fiva rn Clark & Mc Matter
B. ARTHUR REED
TL 7S-M Bo- 145. Mrtr!iT. Vt
Lv nrdTt at Bsllrr's M'isic Room,
Barre. tel. S9-W
HOWL AND BUILDING
Specializing in Extracting and
Dental X-Ray Diagnosis
GAGE & GAGE
to 11 a. m., TuUy, Wednwdar. Friday
and Saturday : H0 to S n. m.. Monday.
i Wednesday, Thursday and Frioue : t to i
p. nv, Tuynsy and Thursday. Montre'ter
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, I9:fl to IS
a. m. : Monday. Wednesday and Friday. 1
ROOM sl"cURRIER BLK.. Barre Tel MJ-W
PERRY & NOONAN
CNEXCriXED FIT1VKRAL FTRXISHINGS
lloapitaj Ambulanro Srvi
Dsnt Sq . Barr
Tel. connexion. 4?(-W
IN OUR NEW LOCATION
W are now ready to serve koth o'd and
new rustomer with a Mh trad M Jewelry.
Kepair work rusr BTwd.
O. J. DODGE, th? Jeweler
Zt ELM STREET
FOLK AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN"
iff,OH OUTPUT S OOP ' OAIUY ft
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Agrerably to the provisiona of w
tion seven hundred eighty-four (7H4)
of the general laws, notice is hereby
given that the undersigned assessors
within and for the city of Barre have
this day completed the abstract of in
dividual lists of persons, co-partnerships,
associations and corporations,
subject to taxation in said city on the
first day of April, 1020; that we have
this day lodged the same in the office
of the assessors of said city for the
inspection of taxpayers; that on the
first day of June, 1020, at nine o'clock
in the forenoon, , the undersigned will
meet at the assessors' office, city hall,
in said city, to hear grievances of per
sons, co-partnerships, associations or
corporations aggrieved by any of our
appraisals of by any of our acts as as
sessors, whose objection thereto in
writing shall have been filed with lis
as prescribed by statute, and to make
such corrections in said abstract as
shall upon hearing or otherwise be de
termined by us; and that unless cause
to the contrary be shown, the contents
of said abstract will, for the year 1020,
become the grand list of said city and
of each person, co-partnership, associa
tion or corporation therein named.
Given under our hands, at Barre, in
the county of Washington, this 25th
day of May, 1920.
' ' i N. B. DA 1.X A RD,
V. E. AYER8,
Assessors of the City of Barre.
In settlement of the estate of the
late Fred. A. Robinson in Marshfield,
about 3 miles from the village on the
crvssroad leading to the John Bond
farm, so called, from Hollister Hill, on
TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, I will sell
the following described property:
TIIEIIOME FAR M
Containing about lso acres of land,
suitably divided into tillage, pasture
nd woodland; estimated to cut 300,
OlH) ft. lumber; sugar orchard of 8TO
trees; good fruit orchard, running wa
ter; comfortable buildings.
25 Head of Cattle
All young and in good order, some now
milking, some to frehsen soon; 1 year
ling, 2 fall claves, 7 small calves, 2
hoes. 2 shoats. driving horse, extra
good work team, age 8 and 9 years,
weight about 3. UK) ns.; is eallea one
of the best teams in town.
TOOLS AND MACHINERY 2 mow
ing machines, horse hoe, 2 cultivators,
horse rake, wheel harrow, spring-tooth
barrow, 2 plows, 2 manure forks, hay
knife, stone puller, 2 prs. double sleds,
nr. trurks. 2-horse lumber waiton with
box body and hay rack, pung sleigh.
vise and anvil, bush scythe, ' cross-cut
saws, cream separator, platform scales,
ahout 5.000 ft. manle lots. 800 sap
buckets, 2 evaporators, iron arch, sugaring-off
arch and pan, gathering tank, 2
storage tanks, syrup tank, 000 sap
spouts, sap meii, ami all small toois.
Terms at time of sale. Lunch at
noon. SaJe will begin promptly at 10
o'clock Tuesday, June 1, 1020.
C. W. BUGBEE, Administrator.
D. A PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt.
with agents in every city
Gives automobile owners complete
protection agailist loss by:
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 R
FOR RENT A good pasture for horse or
rattle on Vine street, Krtween Barre and
Montpelier: M. I'errin. Tel. SH7-IJ. lt4
LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED-Called for
and delivered ; 'phone 336-W ; Granite City
Tool Co. tf
GARDENS TO RENT On" the Mead estate:
inquire of Mr. L. J. Mead. 2 Johnson
street tel. 7S4-M. 4tf
WE ARE READY TO PLOW VOI R GAR
DENS W. E. Nichols, tel. -M. 44tf
" ANYONE DESIRING MAN WITH HORSR
a work hr th day. hsuling ashes or ear
rare, or cleaning np around, call on E. Devo
teii, rVouth Mais atraet. or telephone Will
Pag. 40S-W. 4t
Ayn:D-Om thr-e (has 0 ryU motor.
110 volt. lin R. P. M , current A. C.
Pardia Brte.. Konhfteld. Vt
HIGHEST rRICES-Paid 1r rags, mags-
tinu. papers, iron, rubber, -tr. also
M'wii tad furniture; 'phone 71S-R, Abram
CASH FRU ITS PA 1 D fcVrngi. rubbers, mei-
!. maeaiine. hid, and hag a specialtg ;
'pr.oo 407-H. Sam Gould. 161 Brook tn-t
W"NTEIV-Truy " "itni'it barn ; tL
WANTED TO "BUY S-eon4-hand furnitu-.
tool and toves : inquir O. braita. 3V hie
Main street tel. 7J-M. :-
Six Second-Hand Indian
Side Cars Will pay $20
to $70 cash.
I have for sale 1 1918 3-speed
Indian twin electric equipped
?310 with side car. One
1920 Ford touring car. start
er and Lights. One 1918 3
spced twin with side car, for
Try a Hercules Spark Plug
A. M. FLANDERS
7 K. Xai St Rrre, Vt
Three Lines for 25c
The Times will publish Want. Lost and
Found. For Snlu. To Let. etc. hort adver.
tlsements at the rat of three line Tor
twenty.flve cent for th first insertion an
Ava cunt for each subsequent insertion.
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSE FOR SALE a rooms, "all latest im-
provemrnts, plumbing- on first mid noeortd
floors, all hard Wood finish, even in attic ;
eluctric lluht : slate roof, blinds, furnace;
aaraso, lartte lot. A. E. Batchelder, High
land avenue, Randolph, Vt 4
GOOD PIECE OF RESIDENCE
PROPERTY NEAR CURRIER PARK.
CITY OK BARRE : INQUIRE OF
REO. I.. MORRIS.
KOOM 1, BOLSTER BLOCK,
FOR RALE One 2-tenement house and a
building lot on Pearl street, th Garvey
estate; James T. Marrlon admr. ?
"GREEN LEIGH," 206 8. Main street, tot
sale: the semi-bunnaloff residence of th
late W. F. Milne, built within 8 years ; con
tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish
and floor throughout, set tubs, cement cel
lar floor and stoam heat ; henhouse and 2 ex
tra lot go with the property s apple tree,
berry bushes, etc., and garden in Rood con
dhjon: apply to Mm. W. F. Miln. tL
FORSALE TwMtoi725neTient house,
with good barn and cellar under house
and barn, all in (rood repair I each tenement
ha 6 rooms, electric sight and bath : plenty
of garden for both traemenUi th barn
could, for a small amount of money, be
made Into a 8-room tenement: this i food
property to buy foe home or investment ; sit
uated at 14 Clark street: pric right: tela
thone fi-R or inquire at 21-2i Howland
buildhur j Elwin L. Scott. ?
FOR SALE On Montpelier road, I mile
from Barre. 8-room house, modern Im
provements ; large piazza with vine on S
sides: barn and henhouse and about 2
of good land : will dl at a reasonable price
and term if dealred; Mr. H. S. Miles, tel.
217-X after 6 p. m. .
FARMS FOR SALE
15 COW FARM FOR SALE Containing
150 acres, located 2 two milt from stores,
creamery, post office: good tau of cultiva
tion, strong soil, good fence, fruit orchard,
sugar orchard SIX) trees, good buildings :
Urge 10-room house, excellent cellar, wood
shed, veranda; good cow barn, horse barn,
thcop barn, earrings bam; new hen house
lxU ft; running water house and barn;
large quantity white and yellow birch, ma
ple, hemlock and pulp lumber. Price right
for quick sale. H. A. Shepard, Real Estate,
VERMONT MONEY-MAKING FARMS, all
sixes, all prices ; write for list, stating
site wanted; Chausse A Robillard, Burling
ton, Vt lTttO
FARM FOR SALE 240 acre, one of th
best farms in Washington Co., situated m
East Montpelier, 2 miles from P. O., mill
and creamery, 4 mile from Montpelcir and
4 miles from Barret for further particulars
ddroui i. L. Buck, East Montpelier, Vt
SPECIAL REASONS FOR
SALE OF THESE
Every One of Which is Worth
More Than the Price
No. 1 432. River farm only one mile
from East Montpelier on the main auto
road: tillage is level; free from stone;
splendid soil ; will produce 100 tons of
hay if in shine on of the best meadows
in town. Buildings arc in .need of some
rupairs but the price i o low no account
need be taken of repair necessary ; In fact,
the land alone should be worth all the
owner asks for the property. Contains
from SO to 100 acne ; four mile from
Barre nd within easy drive to Montpejier.
No. 1433. Sold to close an estate: 70
acre farm with two-story bouse, about five
and one-half milca from the city and about
th sama from Fialnfteld ; good soil ; sugar
bush and fruit oraherd ; barn need some
ni'slrs but it is seldom one can get so de
sirable a place at the price: only $1,700.
Will include good two-horse wagon, sugar
tools, some hay and straw, also some house
hold furniture if sold at one.
No. 1411. 90 acre place in Cabot: 40
acres in practically level tillage. Will keep
11 to 15 head of stock: tin house and
burn all up In shape ; good stable ; good
house containing nine room, part have hard
wood floor ; located on main road only one
mile from station and store. If you want
a real good home, thi will appeal to you.
Owner estimate the plsjce will cut 100
cords pulp wood. Price $4600.00.
Lumber is high and still going up and
there I money to be made on thi Orange
lot of 160 acre which ran be bought
for $1700.00. Es'iir.auvi to cut from 00.
1100 to 400.BOO ft, only thrne-fourth mil
from milL Worth looking into.
No. 1362. Plainfield Farm. One of th
beat producer in town and only three and
one-half or four miles from Barre City :
100 acre of flne producing land tillare.
slope just enough and th pasture he
nierly all been plowed. Cut nearly 60 tons
of hay last year, beside other crop ; good
fruit orchard and sugar hush of $00 miui :
place ha carried 30 head of stock and there
are tie up for that number; eight-room
brick house and 80 ft basement barn :
s-cid water; near school. Price $5,S00.00
with $200.00 or $2600.00 down.
You can buy a home tn the city NOW
cheaper than you will be able to a little
later. This is a fine time to purchase a
home in the city or country.
THE D. A. PERRY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
FARMS FOR SALE
40-ACRE FARM in Marshfield. mi. from
poetotnr on Clot mad ; location on ef
he be... a large 1 Mi story house. 10 room,
all In (In hap; veranda both ids, tele
phone and shar of stock : 8-ft barn with
basement built yrs. ago: running water
to house and bam ; garage, henhouse and
toolhou: buildings all painted : land lays
warm: smooth, machine-mowing fields, good
pastures, quite a quantity of timber and
wood ; a nice home for someone.
75-ACRE FARM In South Chot i!!age. roe
buildings, all in f)n shape, all painted;
nicely nnUhrd room in house ; wide aeraa
daa in front: barn 46s40 with basement and
drop bay : running water to house and barn :
henbouM sad toolhou: good apple er
rhard: 2$ acrca timberland. 1!'K eugar tree
with bucket and rn : ln' lay nice: $ rl.
tn I R R. ttlon. Marshfield. W'aldea and
West PaneiHe: within 40 rods ef school : a
splendid Iocs tic a and price right; will Mil
with or winhout stock and tool.
140-ACRE FARM In Marrhfleld, IK- "l- from
noatomcc; 2-tor houe In good shape :
. . v . fcM.Itt r
. gOOO Dig -.-r TV!
euqirr-ed with litter carrier and horse fork:
Ish.d room and tollhouse. Urge henhouse.
! runnine water to house and barn: large ap
rle orchard. eHra mo-i'k nire-kiylng field. :
I I lenty of ra.tunng. th right kind; esti
! mated KK M ft. f hioitwr end a hw ef
I wood: this farm will run 1 e and teem
I and can easily be md to do more: oineone
leueht to get intereeted in this deal quark
jwbea they are It end find out th pore.
jA TOCTUE TENrMFNT HOUSE : - Bjra
Hed and hlckmi1h shop in Mrheld
' -ills re. building all in fine hpe. all ee.nt
i ed lerw roomy shop. ex-bwin fme
Iside of shoo. rlnt of wora for mee
th yer around and ia a good paying rom
1 munity. and i going to be ld :
iwa-hing for proper" of kmd hd sw
net wit too long before getting interested.
irTR SALE A ddr piae ! M.i-UM
, i:Vr ea Cr-emery .tree : hare
I and henhouse large ewoaeh for too hen. : a a
'acre of the best of land: w immia m
hotave, hardwood Soar, eiergrw lietita. ran-
rine wter and swort'ng " share
ishrut th hre: ewnee liH 4 maind
t fe a nice horn, and kiiM " wi-fn-t.-e
ef loring la wife the property Is for
at a csrgain.
'FOR If- fee r.;wce ' rr
I ia Ve.hfiei iilee. ""d ha-w d
gardMi: eopH 1 se etese to twtcat.
(l;iifM sn4 schenl: rmldia J '
-iwtrit . roin-ne water, s-.srd wo
fame, 1 r'ne.swt wws. lar rereay
Ure; ail ia a!wk shape : rne ngrt.
TV eTW-TW. hk tm end eT"ege.
! r adrenwed to -ii : see nea.
A. R. COLE, Apent
Marshfield. Vt. Tel. 12-2
WANTED Man to drive team; F. A.
WANTED An experienced foreman to tak
charge of .monumental works; employ
about twelve men ; address C. Schleiter's
Sons, Freedom, Pa. . .-tf
WANTED-Men for wood turning " "lathe,
bench saw and work In lumber yard. Good
pay and steady work. Boy 13 rot hers. East
Barnet Vt ; itl8
WANTED Man to work on ic cart dc-
livuring ic for the season. W. II. Ward.
WANTED All around man, on who i
familiar with boiler and machinery
steady work the year round ; only those
who can give good references need ap-
ply to J. V. Rowen. Hotel Barre. 61t3
WANTED A man to do" chorea and tak
care of garden; steady job for the year
round: A. R. Ratchelder. Phtinfield. 60t6
"COME TO TEXAS
WANTED AT ONCE Three of four first-
clfuw granite cutter : open shop, 44 hour
a week, at $1.00 per hour, for men that can
and mill deliver the good ; good shop and
equipment ; a toady work all year round ; one
of th beet town in th greatest state in
the anion, Sherman Steam Marbl ft Gran-
WANTED Two" men for gcneral farm work"
one to help milk ; married or single ; write
full particulars, including wage, first let
ter: E. C. Feck, Supt, Hill Top Farm,
M iddlcbora,Mfts: ,
WANTE'D Honseahoer ; steady job: apply
to John Salter, blacksmith. East Brrre.
3u i mtt n a -A ...,w FF. Howning
ft rni .tr.i t.i 144-W. Orange Co.
tel., 'Washington. W
WANTED Janitor and fireman for puulic
building; addrw "Janitor," Time office.
WANTEDfONCE Three mTior w
mill work; R. J, Miller, Bicker MilU.Vt
WAITED Man in drug store, registered or
one familiar with drug business ; Brisbin
Drug Store. Waterbury, Vt
WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Woodbury.
Vt : open shop 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 $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
hir a few apprentice ; E. R. Fletcher.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED Woman for chamber work ;
steady job and good pay ; apply at once ;
Hotel Barre. 62tS
WANTED Reliable girl or woman : apply
at Hi Avers street or 'phone 444-Y. 61tf
WANTED STENOGRAPHER AND
BOOKKEEPER, McDONNELL. &
SONS, INC.. BARRE, VT. lt6
WANTED A competent woman or girl to
do general housework) who i a good cook,
and can furnish good reference. The pay
is good with small family and no wash
ing or ironing, and no children. Address
"M", Barr Time. 61t8
WANTED A capable girl for housework, t
in family; no washings or ironings; call
at JO Cmljrtreet. 60t6
WANTED A table girl at Baltimore Lunch.
WANTEDnffljNCE An order cook at the
Pierce 4t Clark Restaurant, $0 Main street,
MontpeJierVt : tX264. 9tf
WANTED AT ONCE Kitchen girl ; Chelsea
Inn. ChelewVt j
WAITRESSES Also chamber maids for the
summer season ; apply Wm. M. Gale, Mgr..
Lake Morey ClubFairlee. Vt $6tf
PUPIL NURSES WANTED Voung women
to train as nurae at Barr City Hospital.
Barre. V 2Stf
WANTED A mlddle-ged woman for gen
eral housework: state wages; address Mrs.
Cullen Mrtin. Windsor. Vt 12tf
WANTED Pupil r.urse and attendants st
th Taunton Stat Hospital: wage $38.00
per month with maintenance: for particular
address Dr. Arthur V. Ge-s. Supt, Taunton
Stat Hcepltal. Taunton, Maas. 2S4tf
MALE AND FEMALE. HELP
STOP, LOOK AND
BY THE APSLEV RUBBER CO. OF
HUDSON. MASS.. OIKLS AND VOUNG
MARRIED COUPLES TO WORK ON
SHOES. RUBBERS AND BOOTS; ALSO
A NUMBER OF YOUNG MEN: GIRLS
ARE PAID $1B AND MEN $1 WHILE
LEARNING: WHEN LEARNED GIRLS
MAKE FROM K TO $30 A WEEK
AND MEN MAKE FROM MO TO 4 ;
MISS SOMERVILLE. WHO RECENT
LY WENT TO WORK FOR l"S W ITH
HER TWO BROTHERS. IS SO 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
HOAR PIN CHOUSE. SHOP AND WORK
ROOMS AND WILL PAY ALL TRANS
PORTATION AND FIRST WF.EK'B
BOARD AND ROOM RENT; SHE WILL
SHIP NEXT SATURDAY. MAY ? :
CALL AND SEE HER AND LEARN
MIRE: 4S-HOUR SHOP; NO LABOR
HELP"WANTED Young men and women t
tak pnitlon a attendant at the Ver
mont Stat Hospital for the Insan at Watee
burr : tn those who desire, an opportunity of
fered to attend norsee' rranilng course : ap
ply at hospital, Waterhnry. Vt ltl
HOUSES TO RENT
TENEMENT TO RENT All modern: in-
. . 1 A W il Cm. '
qu ire m r. wua n ... ' ... , , - " "
..1 5II.W 6itf
Tt)RENT -Five-room downstairs tenement
at s Mapi1 . . 1 ... - i -.I.". -
trie liahts ; inquire at il Church street er
tel. 7-M- tf
TO RENT Five-room tenement with garden
at b4 Elmwood avenue; apply at same ad-
TO RENT Upstairs tenement corner Elm
and Summer street; inquire at lii Eastern
n. kniuVMnin modrrn. desirable.
ren'Jwl location, suitable for 1 or $; A. A
Pore. '.' Poarl street .'tf
TO RENT Small Hnement at No. 17 Addi
son place: $10. (Hi per month; Inquire ef
E. M. hlte, t7 Upland avenue. tf
TO RENT Three-room tenement t 1 Went
street hot and cold water, eas and electric
lights; inquire of E. L. Smith 17 West
street tel. !1-Y. or Alex. McilafTie, tel.
1.W or M?-M. 5!f
TO RFNT Tenement .4 imn. $10 a mo.;
Smith place. Mapie avenue; Smith '"j
f) "TmN'TEntlrely seriersle (-room ten.
manl on F.'more street : eler'rir lichls and
gas in vwd repair; Mrs, Edith M. Csrr.
rhc'ne 4S4-M. ltf
TO RENT -Two tenement. Vnown a th
TrTner rrotwrty. in Sm,th Barre; ppl to
f' Sherard. rAinitntoe. 41f
TOR RENT May- IS- fc-riwe orprr enert-
wient : veranda, hsth. el-tri-it, gas. large
.. . a 4 . 1 ' , in- 1, Minnla
ee'ier inn . - - -t
tn Wwhinetcm tret rarline: ed nrli
. -V mmm Ti ftWVce 44'f
- a i
-..a"rVTUCVT ITl brVT Lal
I rM Alii. ,r ' ' -
rnrw at 4S Maple -ni : woc-.ht elect-He
1'rhta: Inquire ef Mrs. Sha'low.
TO" RENT - Four-room tenement with gar
den and neeiroMse : leo ether tenc-wents :
u- J T Callaghaa, 44 Park stwt te
to RENT ft-rr-n ciwtsre. a?1 wwtr paint
ed and panered : rot-. larre ha-w s-4
herhense- also lsrre garVe : rrmr Ms 10;
tel. - er call at 1 South Main
n ere Mw. ..
Tf RFNT a-rrwwfi tenewwnt lt fi-vr. The
Sr.'Krrr: all inedern; apply at : Nen,
M.i" trt- . . ,4tf
TO REVT - T newwsjl : Mrrrhaat -".
m, 4 tetieewets tie w 'illry et-w a'! la
Ht..-'.- a1!-". InrrwwtiT:
Cm. W. Vrn. M Wei. .r.trtoe -. .-tf
Tfl RFNT- Telwient c4 4 r-'-is eWtrir
hh. vh-.4 . ini'Jire ef O. D. Stn--Ve
;' N" "ee, tltf
TsVEXiNT TO RFVT m - at e
(,mer b jwlu ! No Ma tlwet ; rec-Hr
f4 k ft rvrrier f'er " . 2b Tjx
Ct ItJ vt m4 '-m er-i-we Kwe
,-e eratee hwlh rVsirheMkr nrM
R V. Vtft H-4rer VWk ifj
TO V F VT 5. rmr, ' - . i.re tf
Arhr "eie. S--m-y - ut
fflTTi'.r Hot"! tO SXVT C Vn
H fc, Tseeeertk Tse w-
L FOR SALE
FORTsALE 8 rBbbits; cheap lf"uken at
onca ; call a lliWaahinirton street 62U.
FOB SALE i-'lve-pasienger Maxwell iour
ing oar in good running condition ; iipplv
at 8i! Circle street. tatti
FOB SALE Household goods ; china dlah
e, pillow and bedding fur sale this week
at JO 1'ro.pect struet ; Mr. Mary Fushey.
. ,. H8
FOB SALE Second-hand Ford ; cuil" at A.
.J.iJH?w";Sti-l.?0,,fecL ttr,et- its
FOB SALE liasollne rango in good condi
tion; price reasonable; call at 74 Prospect
irWJueL Jf4ti-WorJ16-M. 64tf
FOB SALE Quaker Jewel "stove for ccal
and wook ; hot water front and nil neces
sary fixture ; will sell cheap if taken at
once; 80Franklintreet. - 6lt3
fjABBAGE" PLANTS Early"ersey Wake
field, 10c per dozen, 36c per 0, 65c per
hundred. Booth, Cherry street; tel. S6-7-Y,
?rre- , ltl0
FARMERS Now is the time to buy your
Walter A. Wood vertical lift mowing ma
chine, side delivery rake. hay. loader, tedder,
all ready to hitch to; also hay fork; A. ti.
Batchelder, PlainP.eld, Vt. utia
FOB dAL lianging lamp, ehamberset
and springs, feather bed, nice geese feath
er' pillow, chairs, coal baiter, lounge, clock,
extension table, mirror; Mr. Lyman Taft.
9 Mount street jot"
DODGE TRUCK FOB SALSclteTTBody :
firbt-cia condition, good a new, 11119
model ; run about 8,000 mile. Fisher Farm,
Bethel, Vt '!
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Buick 4-'cyIin-r
I? p-i wouid trade for cow; apply
J. H. Neil. Plainfield. B. F. D. : also
'owa in pig for sale. 60l
FfjR SALE 10 Corlia engines, 75 to 150'
H.P.; 60 sttam boiler, horizonUI, verti
cal, locomotive, Scotch marine, water tube
and economic types; 10 hoisting engine
with and without boilers: 60 steam pumps,
Gould, Deane, Cameron, Knowlea. Worthing
ton, Gordon, Smith-Vaile and Cameron ; Wm.
IL Wilson Iron Work, Rochester, N. Y.
rOB SALE Large air compressor, in good
working condition; writ to Box $47,
Barre. Vt 68t6
FOR SALE NEW, SEVEN-COLUMT
BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE;
LliERAL DISCOUNT; WRITE OR
INQU1BE, TOWN CLERK,
HAKIU.W, VT. bttS'
EXTRA QUALITY BED RHUBARB, to-day,
S tbs. for 26c ; save middlemen' profit
and buy direct from the producer: C. A.
Heath, 169 Washington street, tel. 742-M.
FOR SALE A -passenger Overland, all
new tires, in good running order; E. Rob-
inaon. Box El 1. Waterubry. Vt S8t6
FOB SALE Tested native Flint seed eornl
G. E. McFarland. tel. 877-W Barre. 48tf
FOR SALE 1 soda fountain, 2 wire-leg ta
bles, 6 wire-leg chairs, 6 wire-leg stools. 1
orangeade tank, on 15-gal. ice cream cabi
net one 20-gal. ice cream cabinet 1 cigar
caae 4ftx2xL 1 email counter, 1 cash regis
ter, 1 sink for washing and draining glassea,
1 violin, and assortment of tin for making
brick ic cream, 1 wood bed ; tha abov
good mutt be sold to rttl estate; F. L.
Jerd, adm.. Randolph, Vt $tf
FOR SALE Strawberry plants: Fairfleli
an early variety : Gandy, late variety :
price, $1.00 per hundred. $7.S0 per M. ; red
raspberry pUnta: Marlboro, an early vari
ety, hsa withstood 60 below zero without in
jury. 25 for $1.00. $3.$0 per hundred; J. E.
Mitchell. R. F. D. 2, Barr. 'prion 228-J.
VERY GOOD DRESSING FOR GARDENS
Also shout for sal; tel. 664-M; W. E.
FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning
granite and marble monuments f brightens
up the lettering and make th wholf monu
ment look clean and new; guaranteed; price
on application: Jame Sullivan, 114 Park
street, Barre. Vt 18-
FOR S ALE-By gaL or hbU BLACK DIA
MOND RUBBKR ROOF PAINT: w.ter.
weather, fire and sunproof; 800 tht. to bbl. ;
I am ready to paint or repair your roofs:
E. L. Densmore. 1 Pleasant t.reet 12tf
t.ivr STnrrT foi? sat.p.
FOR SALE Good Berkshire pigs. 6 week
old. $8 each; W. O. Hayne. R. F. T. 4.
Brre; ttl.JMl. Wajhintrton. 8t8
FOR ; S A Ll Four-year-old Holstein cow. tu
berculin tested: call at 81 I'errin street.
rUK bale rour tnoats: 1 cow to iresn-
en ; black driving mare. 8 years nld ;
also young pigs. 4 week old June 7. Wm.
Rork 17 Farwell street fl
FOR SALE Four week old nig ; Napoleon
LaFlower, Williams town. Orange county
FOB SALE Chfeter white boar; 8 month
old : price right. C. L- Royce, Waahtnr-
ton. Vt lt
FOR SALE New milch cows; also l-HP"
gasoline engine ; nearly new : M. J. Mr
Lain, Willismstown. tel. 888-22. 68t4
HORSES AND VEHICLES
FOR SALE Rubber-tired buggy wagon for
ale; inquire at 94 No. Main street Mrs.
E. A. Withnm. 61tf
GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY
will be in stud this (eason : will drive out a
reasonable distance ; it w41l be to your ad
vantage to tee him before making further
rranirementa; h is one of th beat if not
the best sir in the state: no old mare
bred ; telephone 8-4 Washington, or address
F. A. Beede. Washington. Vt 0t
Oil took another jump last
week. You better buy a half
barrel before it ia all gone at
our special prices.
VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
W. C. COLTON. Manager
84 Stat Street Montpelier. Vermont
for all fa-m marhina. Pon't he dis
couraged about repairs. If yea have
never tried us do so now. You'd be
N. E. Tel. 140
Orange Col' 'Phen
.....M.a I' M
Hand Corn Planter..
ana r-cw-. ....e.j.. - -
A .k harnwi tt 49(7 41 P. Wtt Mfd
iMr mm. WiU fin out of tm prim,
leu than cost.
N. E. Tel. 140 Oranre County Telerhen
WANTED Second hand oil stova, ia good
remditioo; writ stating pne V "W
rare Times office.
WANTlCD- Second hand piano : give par-
tirulars in first letter; address "Ik," eare
W A NTE D S 11 mmer homes for several boy
and iH. old enough to work for board:
Dept ef Social Work. Barre. Vt jlt
AS FAM NOT ABLE to follow my trwi
at paiwrhanging and most work. I hare
started a paint ehop at mr hoos at tl$
rKuih Main si reel and would like a tew
hiinri and sleighs to tint and also will
reftnifh furniture and enamel beda ef any
kind of refinish work: work done rieht and
pners riht : tel. Ift-M ; , few loads of
manure for sal cheap if taken at ewe:
W. T. Purkee.
WANTED Two-horse stone waeon. Sarren
wttrwi. ia good condition. J1.. -in. axle:
pricey Ale. MrR Grotcm. Vt Mtt
WANTED Bring your autoi!. waan.
sieikhs or sitrna tn 4.' No-th Main street
to be painted : aU furniture rrfinished :
Heeiry Bly. Painter. 4tf
WANTED A I -r -ror-i rottag. 1 ! ef
double tnwwiil ttmmr. -r a oowotuut.
apartment : all modern tmrte ..i-enta and
belt locality doired ; addrra "F ."" Tiw
POULTRY AND EGGS
f INfcI.E I OVB BL-FF ORPINOTON Fr.C,
f-r hswr.mr troen me ri -j '
Crrtret,-i in the cv-ofitry: wen S 1st yrtse
at the Ve-wtont State Fair and 4 l.t at
Ba-we ll: nr eeeiah; writ for
me'tnrjwt : J. P. Co-k. 4f
rrrC. tO R H Tf n"Sr, - f Per my rrr
e,T.n:r rtork of S C R L Rl ad
White W.fii.e. iMartiw r $!
m. im ae4 $: f'-r H:B. F. AtV-t.
tT..jr.. vt : -i r-- I"
WTTTE ROt l SETTING tnr,H : mi
I lhcnra tin e-r. bh f-xe '"'" ,
strs.-w Vf wow. F. R. Chaa. H-rh
tyort Parre. ' "
I-OST AND FOUND
LOST- l-da. a saoa.1 bck h.,ao ev
L bit e" oa-sm a4 tr-e swper. I e
er r-ee rrte -w to T w wie. :t
nii.N iii eiTrooms
To RF.VT- Tn rm laitMt Wee.
f-w4 mr e''rwhd f-w lrw' ly-w-
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