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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE JbppCBlap of iBteratt from DUtotnt Sactloai. en , iweniy-Bix persons are now making thsir home at the Home for the Aged in Brattleboro, the largest number ever accommodated there, with a long wait Among the three public bemieste in the will of the late Eleanor H. Porter, author of "Pollyanna," was one of $1,000 to the Springfield lospital of O ! C-l 1 t l mt w 1 1 a i -a -r 'r-r opnnneia, vt,. me uixieron, ss. m, hospital got a similar bequest, as did tne (Congregational church. Wesley T. Abell, an instructor in the State Agricultural school at Randolph Center, has been secured as county gem in wrieans county, succeeding 11. F. Johnson, who has gone to similar work in Connecticut. Hardy Merrill of crsnsoury win act as temporary agent until Mr. Abell can be released from his present position. Fiske OUara. the noted tenor of Nor- walk,. Conn., has brought suit against i nanes a. otanord, proprietor of the Putnam house in Bennington, for $4,000 ana tne Jiotel lurmshings have been at tached. The writ is returnable at the next term of United States court. O'Hara alleges that on the night of April 1, 1920, he went to the hotel and e that Stafford, publicly refused to give mm iiMigmg. i ms action greatly au tnUiated the plaintiff, who believes that his feelings' and reputation were dam aged to tne extent of $4,000 John L. Cootey of Rutland, in the regular army since August, 1917. serv- , ing as a second lieutenant of infantry and later as a first lieutenant, has been retired from the service because of physical disability! with the rank of raptain. Mr. Cootey was a member of the class of 1918 at the University of Vermont and when the National Guard went to the Mexican border in 1016, he was in command of Co. C, 1st Vermont infantry, the company which was com posed, largely of University of Vermont men. Henry A. Prescott of Middlebury has brought , suit against the Mutual Life Insurance company, of New York for St,uw in United States, court. The plaintiff states that the life of his wife, Bertha Prescott, was insured for . fo.lKJO and that the premiums were paid on the policy as agreed. Mrs. Pres. cott died feoruary 12, 11)20, and ac cording to the statement of Prescott her death was caused by nothing which wis excepted in the policy, but the policy has not been paid. K The " Visiting' Nurse , in Vermont. All over the country, .including Ver mont, in cities, villages, and country 'districts there' are tuberculosis pa tients who because of little . or no supervision expose others to the dis ease every day, particularly those liv ing in the same house. Less than one third of the tuberculosis patients in Vermont are under any supervision.; To find them,; ito -f secure medical treatment for tbem,, to provide sani tary articles or "hospital care, to per suade other members- of the family to be examined and if infected to take the cure preferably at Pittsford, to protect the children from infection; this is the task of the visiting nurse. A nurse trained to do this kind of work for each of the ten health dis-tricts-of rthe state 1s planned for next year. The plan depends on the suc cess' of the campaign to raise $50,000 in the week of June 1 to 5. If Mothers Only Knew During these day how many children era complaining- of headache, feverishnees, atom. ach trcHibiea and irregrular bowels. If moth era only knew what Mother Gray's Sweet Powder, would do for their children, no fam ily would ever be without them. Those pow ders are so eaay and pleasant to take and a effective in their action that mother, who once use them always tell othera mothers about them. Sold by druggists everywhere. GREAT FOR ECZEMA AND OLD SORES I Guarantee My Ointment, Says Peter- sonEvery Bos of It. GROTON I am closing my blacksmith shop here until I collect all bills due me. No Other blacksmiths is coming to town and no work will be done until all bills are paid. James White. adv. A Walking Bank Account Every man capable of earning is a potential bank account as long as he Jives and earns, late insurance pays the income to those who need it if the man does not live. .N art ion a 1 Ldfe Ins. Co.. (Mutual )t S. S. Ballard, gener al agent, Rial to blok, Montpelier Vt ; "If you are responsible for the health ef your family," aaya Peterson, of Buffalo, "I want you to get a large 35 cent box of Peterson's Ointment to-day. "Remember, I stand back of every box. Ecery druggist guarantees- to refund the purchase price if Peterson's Ointment doesn't do all I claim. "I guarantee it for eczema, old lores, running sores, salt rheum, ulcers, sore nip plea, broken breasts, Itching skin, skin dis eases, blind, bleeding; and itching piles aa well as for chafing, bums, scalds, cuts, bruises and sunburn." "I had 80 running sores on my leg Tor tl years, was in three different hospitals. Amputation was anvisen. sum grafting waa tried. I was cured by using Peterson's Ointment" Mrs. F. E. Root, 287 Michi gan Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Mail "orders filled by by Peterson Ointment Co.. Inc.. Buffalo, N. Y. John L. Stearns of Johnson, who con ducted a livery stable, haa been ad judged an involuntary bankrupt in United States ourt, upon the petition of the C. H. Stearns 4 Son company, who had a book account for $277.88 for grain purchased of them; the John son garage, who had a note and book account of $277.40; and VV. E, Tracy, executor of the estate of B. S. Fulling ton, for note and book account amount ing to $374.67. For assets there was nvery stable equipment which bad been aiiacned. Kills Pesky Bed Bugs P. D. Q. Just think, a SV box r1 V. Tl. O tPrlr Devils Quietus), make! a quart, e Bough to kill a .million bedbugs, roaches, fleas or cooties and stops future generations by kill ing the eggs and does not injure the clothing. Liuid fire to the bedbugs is what P. D. Q. is like, bedbugs stand as good chance as a snowball In a justly lamed heat resort. Patent spout free In every package of P. D. Q. to enable you to kill them and their egg nests in the crack,. Look for the devil's head on ex-err box. then you'll have what) hospitals have found to ne tne nest msocueide Known to science. Special hospital sise I2.&0, makes five gal lons contains 2 spouts either sise at your druggist or sent prepaid upon receipt of price by the owl Chemical lx, lerre Haute, Ind. Genuine P. D. Q. is never peddled. Adv. . NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS NOTICE City Rubbish Collected sa Collections This Month as Scheduled Below; Next Month as . . Formerly. Iueday, , June l. Both aides of fiinr street, Lat street extension, High street, Park street. Hall atreet, Tre nton street. Eastern avenue. East "'"i i'vini Burei, Averiu street P.hllMtl, miwaajt T0T i . . emy street. Mount street. Highland avenue, Maple Grove street, Currier srreer, t.rsndvicw avenue, camp street, Nelson steet, Patterson street, Charles street, hhi street above Washington street, bollh sides of Washington street to Kelson street, Bolster street, Wednesday, June 2. Main street "rom Blackwell street to City Hall. Iveith avenue, Pearl street, Merchant street, vt eat street, Keminary etreet, Central street, Cottage street, Short wrest, Addison place. Summer atreet. laiiauu ,urei, tvsunur street, Well ington street. Beacon street, Sheri dan street, Burns street . . Johnson street, warren atreet. Plain etreet, Midway street, Churchill street, Long street, Water atreet, Bank street, vsnie street, tsrewni street. Tl. I V . . i nuii.ua y, .june .1. .Maple avenue, rorsytn place, fceminary street north of Maple avenue. Laural etreet, Brook street, Harrington avenue, Reid street, Farewell street. Elm wood avenue, Xewton strreg, Pleasant street, .Spring street, Madison street, Hamilton street, necniey street. Ferrm streVt, Pros per street. HiHside avenue, First street, Second street. Third street, Fourth ertreett. Fifth street. Sixth street. Main street from Sixth street to Black well street. Friday, June 4. South Main street from City Hall to Quarry street. Glen wood avenue, Elmore street, Webster venue, Mill street, Cherry etreet. Or chard "street. Quarry street. Hale street. Division street, Holland atreet, Circle street, Nichols atreet. Birch street, tireen street, Boyce street, Lewis street. Spring street. Valley street. Batchelder street, Ayers street, Mur ray street, Kirk street. Hill street from South Main street to Washington ireet. Liberty street. Orange street, Huntington avenue, Webster street. West Patterson street. Trow avenue. Lords Alley, Kirhardann street, French street. Perry street, SpauMing street. Saturday, June 5. Brooklyn street. Branch street. Fairview street, Everett street, Ionard Hreet, Alien street, I Hark street. Kinney atreet. Carfield atreet. Lincoln street. Prospect street, Cleveland avenue, Grant avenue. Msd aiscn avenue, Granite street, BasseU street. Foster street. River street. Cen ter street, George street, Howard street. Pike street, Oswold atreet, James street , John street, Thomas street. Mondsy. June ft.-Bia.kwell street, tomolli street. Belvidere street. Hum fcert street, Hieh Holborn street. Cam bria street, Eifiston street. Railroad treet, Berlin etreet. Berl'n p!aee, Foas street. Smith street. Vine street. Kcampini place. Wii'ey street. Acton street. Auburn street, North Front street. Ladd street. NOTICE The city m.bh team aiil no-, take the fo'Maing: Store, od. ashes, leaves, liquids or der-av ssatter. No containers mut wr'.gk sver I'M !t. No rubbtsh shaaild te Stock and Tools at Auction As I have sold mv farm and am leav ing town, I will sell at auction to the hihcht bidder on the premises, about I mile from Middlesex and 6 miles from Montpelier, on the msin 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 com ing in this spring. 2 nr. z-year-old steers, well matched and handv; 1 mo. -old registered Jer sey bull from the Erhardt herd; S trraie Jersey and Guernsey heifers. I pair horses, B and 8 vears old, weight 2.Win Tbs., good ones; I pair horse, i and f years old, weight 2,100 lbs. MACHINERY AND TOOLS- 2 horse lumber wsjjon with 2 in hand made axle, extra pood with double hodr nd ay rark. 2-hore lumber wagon. i ith double dek body, manure spread er, mowing rffnehine, horse rake, hay tedder, 2 horae cultivator. 1-horae enl- tivator, plow, disc harrow with pole, i apriTur-tooth harrows, dump cart, land roll, stone drap, rors planter, 2 sets double harnesses, single harness, set ex press harnesses, road cart, sleigh, 2 seat express sleigh, set lipht 2 horse slods with brake and bory, U.pgins; sled with brakes, wood racks, manure sled wKh body, sap sled with dray, corn sheller. 5-H.P. pas er.pine, nearly new milk separator. Empire milk 'separator. 4 4Mjt. milk cans, lot of milk rails. sheep power, quantity luml-r. leader evapcrator in pood shape, susnnc off arch sind pan, .1 bur-ket covers, also a lot of household furniture. . j . Terras at t ime of sale. lunch at noon. ale will becia pfomptlv. Ss turds v. lsy , at 10 sVWi. " G. A. CRANE, Owner. aed at curb befwa day of collection. D. A. PER ST, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. Agreeably to the provisions of sec tion seven hundred eighty-four (784) 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. 1920; that we have this day lodged the same in the office of the assessors of said city far the inspection of taxpayers; that on the first day of June, 1!)20, ai nine o'clock in the forenoorf, the undersigned will meet at tbs assessors' office, city hall. in said city, to bear 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 us 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 ot eacn person, co-partnership, associa tion or corporation therein named. ' Given under our hands, at Barre, in the county of Washington, this 25th day or May, 1920. MARTTN RILEY, N. B. BALLARD, V. E. AYERS. Assessors of the City of Barre, Administrator's Sale AT AUCTION In settlement of the estate of the late Fred. A. Robinson in Marnhfield, about 3 miles from the village on the crossroad 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 dencribed property: THE HOME FARM Containing about 185 acres of land, suitably divided into tillage, pasture and woodland; estimated to cut 300, 000 ft. lumber; sugar orchard of SIX) trees;, good fruit orchard, running wa ter; comfortable buildings. 25 Head of Cattle FIFTEEN COWS ALL TUBERCULIN TESTED All young and in good order, some now milking, some to frehsen soon; 1 year ling, 2 fall claves, 7 small calves, 2 hogs, 2 shoats, driving horse, extra good work team, ages 8 and years, weight about 3,100 lbs.; is called one of the best teams in town. TOOLS AND MACHINERY 2 mow ing machines, horse hoe, 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 storsge tanks, syrup tank, 900 sap spouts, sap sled, and all small tools. Terms at time of sale. Lunch at noon. Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock Tuesday, June 1, 1!120. C. W. BUGBEE, Administrator. D. A.. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. I Auction Sale City Auction Market Saturday, May 29 at 2 and 7 p.m. WJe have our usual variety of household goods for this sale, and will close out the spe- i j i e . i i i I ctat biock vi unuei wear, nusi- '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 miscellaneous property. 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 Gjenwood and 1 Crawford range, 2 and 3 burn er Kerosene stoves, 2 shot guns and other miscellaneous goods. ESTATE OF EMILY J. WATERS State of Vermont, Diatrict of Waihtnsrtnn, as. Tha honorable probate court for tha dis trict aforesaid, to all persona lntercatcd in the estate of Emilv J. Waters, lata of the city of Barrv, in said district, deceased, WHEREAS, aald court haa aasuwed tha istn day of June naxt for examining and ailowlnir the account of the admin istrator with tha will annexed of tha estate of aaid deceased and for a d craa of tha rtsldua of aaid ottate to tha lawiui claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all penona interested in said estate by publish Ing this order three weeks suceeaalvely pre vious to the day aaairned. in tha Hurra Daily Timea, a new-puper published at the city of oarre, in aid district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probata office in Montpelier, in aid district, on tha day assigned, then and intra to contest tha allowance of said so count If you sea eauae, and to establish you right aa heire, legatees and lawful claimants to laid residue. Given under my hand, this 27th day of may, izu. MARY J. CUTLER, Register. Maj2SJune4-U Three Lines for 25c The Timea will publish Wants. Lost and Found. For Sale, To Lat, etc. abort sdver tiaementa at the rata of three lioas for twentr-Jlva eenta for tha firat insertion and Ave centa for each subsequent Insertion. Personal Property at- 0. H, Hale, Auctioneer Stock at Auction ! As my health is poor and I 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: 50 HEAD 21 cows. 16 of which have freshened within the past six weeks; most of their calve in the stable; five to frenhen in early fall; ail high grade Holstien and Jersey; 10 two-year-olds to' freshen this summer 8 yearlinps. yearling bull, two-year-old fat bull, two-year-old blitrk and white steer, pair four-year-old oxen in rood order, weight about 2700 Tbs., good workers; 6 seven weeks old pigs, 9 fat shoats weighing about 150 tbs. each; 1 fat sow, 3 horses, weight about 1-IKJ Tbs. each, good workers and drivers, all young, healthy aima)s; two pair double work harnesses. Terms at time of sale. Lunch for those coming from a distance. Sale will begin promptly at one o'clock, Wednesday, June 2, 1020. P. F. NERNEY, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. ft FACTOSr OUTPUT DS.OOO DAILY I sir- TTTi 1 M Wl ill AUCTION As 1 wish to make a- chanee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on the premises where I now live in (South Tunbridge, 2 1-2 miles from Vmtti Koyalton, on llf 1 i -w n f weanesaay, June 3, iyzu, at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon, The following described? 22 Head of Cattle 11 cows, five now fresh, balance to freshen in early summer and fall, 3 two-year-old heifers, to frefhen early, o three-year-old heiters to freshen this fall; these cattle are high grade Hol steins, and are. all good ones; 1 pair yearling Holstein steers. Horses 1 pair horsps, 6 and 8 years old, weight about 2000 His., sound and all right, as good a team as any in town, 1 bay driving horse, weighs about 050 fts., young, sound and fearless a, good one. FARMING TOOLS Nearly new ma nure spreader, nearly new double wagon, single work wagon, good set of trucks, buggy wagon, milk wagon, two-seated wagon, two single sleighs, aouoie traverse siea good as new; mowing machine, plow, smoothing har row, wheel harrow, i cultivators, No. 15 DeLval cream separator, milk cans, pails, set platform scales, 2 sets double work harnesses, single work harness, 2 driving harnesses, wheel barrow, step ladder, grindstone, horse power and all small tools. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Side board good as new; dining chairs, several odd chairs, 3 rocking chairs, chiffonier as good as new; beds and bedding, spring and mattresses, center table, kitchen table, 2 couches, writinir desk; graphophone and records, lamps, pictures, 20 gul. meat jar, good kitch en range, pans, pails, Hat irons, and many other articles. Terms at time of sale. Sale posi tive. Lunch at noon. Remember the date, Wednesday, June a, wm, at ni:ix o clock. GEORGE A. PETERSON, Owner. D. A, PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. HOUSES FOR SALE HOUSE TOR SALE 9 rooms, all lateTim provements, plumbing on fint and second flcora, aU hard wood finish, even in attic ; electric light ; slate roof, blinds, furnace; garaire, large lot A. E. Batchelder, His-h- lana avenue, Randolph, Vt. 3t4 FOR SALE GOOD PIECE OF RESIDENCE PROPERTY NEAR CURRIER PARK, CITY OE BARRE ; INQUIRE OK GEO. L. MORRIS. ROOM 1. BOLSTER BLOCK. $7tf 9R SALE One -tenement houie and I buildin lota on Pearl street, tha Garvea tate; James T. Marrion, admr; Z9tf GRENLEIQH,206S:MalS"atrie. for sale; the eemi-bunaralow residence of tha late W. V. Milne, built within 3 years ; con talna .7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tuba, eement cel lar floor and steam heat; henhouse and 2 es tra lota go with tha property; apple trees, berry buihia, et and garden In good eon ?0w' W'1 Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel. 2f-M. i7tf FOR SALE Two-story, 2-Unement house. with uood barn and cellar under house and barn, all in good repair; each tenement has 8 rooms, electric ligtita and bath ; plenty ,-rd'n for both tenements; the barm could, for a small amount of money, be made into a B-ronm tMununt' thia ia good property to buy foi- home or inreatment ; sit uated at 14 ri.-i. . . -.,. -it,. , wl. rhone S-R or inquire 'at S1-2S Howla4 buildjnj; ElwinL. Scott. tf FOR S A i j On, Montpelier road. miles from Barre. 8-room house, modern Im provements: larva nl.TT. with vim- nn 1 Sides ; barn and henhouaa and about I acres of Rood land ( will nil at a reasonable pries and irme if desired; Mrs. H. 8. Miles, tel. 21r-X after S p. m. 804tf HELP WANTEDMALE VANTEO Experienced automobile jn. chanic ; all-year job ; good waves ; R. Paul Eke, Bethel, Vt. 63 la WANTED Strong young- man ; alioT'firet class machinist; Granite City Tool V". 3t3 WANTED Man to drive team F. A. Slayton. $213 WANTED An experienced foreman to, take charge of monumental works : employ about twelve men; address C. Schleiter's 8on,Freedom, Pa. f'lt WANTED Men tor wood '"ternW' '' &th banco saw and work in lumber yard. Good pay and steady work. Koy Brothers. East Barnet, Vt. . . . 2tl2 WANTED Man to work on ice car de livering Ice for tha season. W. H. Ward. lt6 WANTED A man to do chorea and take care of' garden; steady Job for tha year round: A. R. Batchelder, Plainfield. 60U) COME TO TEXAS WANTED AT ONCE Three of four first ' elaas granite cutters j open shop, 44 hours a week, at $1.00 per hour, for men that can and wtll deliver tha goods; good shop and equipment; steady work all year round; one of the beat towns in the greatest state in the union. Sherman Steam Marble & Gran ita Worka, Sherman. Texas. 62U2 W ANTEDrwo men for general farm" work' One to heln milk: nurrtKl nr invl: write full particulars) including wages, first let-1 ier; b. c. reck, Supt.. Hill Top f arm. Middleboro, Mass. SOW WANTED Horaeshoer; steady job; "apply to jonn Baiter, blacksmith. East Barre. 0t6 FOR SALE ALh OR IttNT An extra good chance ; wnw for particulars; A. L. Beiicuict, Boutn noyaiton, Vt- s4t FOR SALE 8"rabbith if----- ronf5i5a.lL?t?Iwshin85n street ltam FOR SALE-Five-paasehger tlaxweirto"uiC 1u .,n Kood """"ing cpnuition ; apply at : 82Gircle street cats THE SALES on our extraqualn "red" rhu .i ""J? 5 . . t""1 our expectations; cut Uie H. C. of L. and buy direct from the ort duecr, tbs. for 26c; C. A. Heath, 169 Waahington street, tel. J42-M. - 4t CABBAGE PLANTS Esrly . Je7"ey"Wake: field, 10c per doxen, toe per 60, 65c per hundred. Booth, Cherry atreet,- ud, 6S-7-Y. 6 mo FARMERSJ-Now fa the time to "buFyoti ......... . ., uu vertical lilt mowing Uo- e line, side delivery rake, hay loader, tedder., all ready to bitch to; also hay forks i A B Batchelder, Plainfield! VfT otli BODGE TRVCk'FOBR&crottioiy' : Brat-claaa condition, good as near, m Bethtl, Vt. itf FARMS FOR SALE 16 COW FARM FOR SALE Containing ISO acres, located 2 two miles from (tores, creamery, post office ; good state of cultiva tion, strong soil, good fences, fruit orchard, eiuiar orchard 800 trees, good buildings: large 10-room house, excellent cellar, wood shed, veraua ; good cow barn, horae barn, heep barn, carriage barn ; new hen house iu it; running water house and barn: large quantity white and yellow birch, ma pie, hemlock and pulp lumber. Price right 'or quick sale. H. A. Sbepard, Real Eetate, xiarnwicK. VL 2tA VERMONT MONEy-MANFARMS, all auea, all prices: write for list, stating sixa wanted; Chausse A Robillsrd, Burling. . T- ntso FARM FOR SALE-41 acres, one of the beat famvi in Washington Co., situated tn East Montpelier, 2 miles from P. O., mill and creamery, 4 miles from Montpeleir and 4 miles from Barre; for further particulars address J. L. Buck, East Montpelier, Vt . 2ti WANTED A board sawyer; F. ETDowning, 22 Cliff ItMt l lil.W Onnm C.tt. tel., Washington. ' T B8tf WANTED Janitor and fireman for public Duuaing; address "Janitor." Times office. 64tf WANTED AT ONCE Three men Tot saw mill work ; R. J. Miller, Bickers Mills, Vt 2tf WANTED Man in drug store, regUtered or one familiar with drug business ; Brisbin's Drug 8tore,Watrbury, Vt 6lill!! WANTED -t. At FkVeTTuarry. Woodbury. Vt: open shop quarry from Mar. 1, 1920: wanted now, 2 complete derrick crews; I have a general store end furnish goods to men in my employ at wholesale prices : houses rent at $8.00 to 110.00 per month: jurface quarry and good marhlnery; write, for more information and state your experi ence in a granite or marble ouarry : will hire a few spprentices .- E. R. Fletcher. Woodbury. Vt 14tf A yTO?$k6ii SE--uTcTrTc-yli dcr, 8J-H.P.; would trade for cows: apply J. If.. Neil. Plainfield. R. F. D. ; alao !owl.nP"rl'- '? gt, BALtJoorVm engine,. 75 to 150 . 11.1-.: AU Mm L . ... . - - nonsontui, veru cai, locomotive, Scotch marine. Water tuba with rJ jVL i'V , la ng engines au n without boilers: fO steam pumps, Gould, Dcane. Camcnta. Knowlea, Worthing, ton, Gordon, Smith-Vail, and Cameron: Wm. ll. Wilson Iron Works. Rochester, N. Y. . L 69tia innm,?'' SEVEN-COLUMN-" BiU.ilHG,i AD1NG MACHINE; LBERAL DISCOUNT: WRITE OR 4NQCTRE. TOWN CLERK, 1WARREr.VT. 58t8 Kr-R ISAi.-i"ted n'iv Flint seed corn! G. E. MpFariand. tel. S77.W R.-. iutr HELP WANTEDFEMALE SPECIAL REASONS FOR SALE OF THESE Every One of Which is Worth More Than the Price Asked No. 1482. River farm only one mile from East Montpelier on the main auto road: tillage ia level; free from stone: splendid soil ; will produce 100 tons of hay if in shape one of the beat meadows in town. Buildings are in need of tome repairs but the price is so low no account need be taken of repairs necessary; in fact the land alone should be worth all the owner asks lor the property. Contains from 80 to 100 acres; four miles from rarra ana within easy drive to Montpelier. Price, 14.000.00. WANTED Woman for chamber work; steady fob uH nmJ .... - i .. . . Hotel Barre. Vt3 WANTED Reliable girl or woman: apply st 86 Ayers street or 'phone 444-Y. 6!tf WANTED STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEEPER. McDONNELL it SONS, INC., BARRE. VT. site PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER HOWLAND BLD. SURGEON DENTIST PHONE ,W FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE, VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS - HEADQUARTFRS FOR RFLTsPI.B PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, VICTPOLAS. SONORA TALKING MA CHINES, RECORDS. fHEET 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 rates A. W. BADGER & CO.. Barre The Only Auto Ambulance in the City PIANO TUNING Five years Everett Piano Factory Two years Hallett A Davis Piano Factory One year 'hi-.-ing War room Five years Clark A Mr Muter B, ARTHUR REED Tel. 'S-M Box 148, Montpelier. Vt Leave orders at Bailey's Music Rooms, Barre. tel. 8S3-W HOWARD H.REID,D.D.S ROWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone lsv-M DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office !n Room 8.1. Mile Building Telerhone Connection OFFtCF HOURS : t e-m to 12 m. and 1 rs ts 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Dr. Thorftas B. Tomasi DENTIST ' Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS: to It. I to i. 1 to I Telephone 1M-W GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors 9 tf 10 a. m.. Tueadav. WmIiim. . ... i7i vt a p. m.. Monde. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ; f to I p. m . Tuesday and Thursday. Montpelier Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10:30 to 1J a. m. ; monaay. wedneauay and Fnday, 1 ROOM' aI"cURRrER BLK.. Barre Tel 2.w PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL Ft'RNIRHINCS Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot So, Barre Tel. connection. 4S-W SEE US rN OUR NEW LOCATION We are now ready to serve both old and new customers with high grade of Jewelry. Repair work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, th? Jeweler 14 ELM STREET BOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN MOTOR AMBULANCE. RATES iETNA-AUTO Combination Insurance with agents in every city Gives automobile owners complete protection against loss by: LIABILITY for Personal Injuries LIABILITY for Darogge to Property COLLISION Damage to Automobile FIRE, Lightning, Explosion, Water Damage THKFT, Cyclone, Tornado, Transportation LOSS OF USE of Auto during Repairs J.W.DILLON, Agent Tbone 34.-R Barre, Vermont I.O. 1431. Mold to close an eatator 1R acre farm with two-atory bouse, about five- ana one-hair mlira from the city and about i nr name irom I'lainncin; good soil; sugar n ana iruit orr tiara : barn need mm rejiaira But It seldom one can set u, de. eirabie a niace at the price; only ll.TOO. Will include good two-hone wagon, sugar tools, some hay and straw, also some house, hold furniture if sold at once. MISCELLANEOUS a FOR RENT A good mature for hones or rattle on Vine atreet, between Barre and Montpelier; M. I'errin, Tot (07-1 1. SIM LAWN MOUFRS SHARPENED-Called for and delivered; 'phone S3e-W ; Granite City Tool Co. sstf ANYONE riESIRfNO M AN WITH KORSt Sn work he the day, hauling ashes er gar bare or rleenin up around, call en E. Do. tell, n Bcarfh Mais street, or telephone Will Bare. SOS- W. Ml No. 1411. SO acre place in Cabot: 40 acres ia practically level tillage. Will keep li to 14 head of stock: tine house aad barn all up in shape; good stable: good house containing nine roome. part have hard wood floon ; located on main road only one mile from station and store. If you want a real good home, this will appeal to you. Owner estimatea the piece will cut 100 coins pulp wood, fiice S4600.00. Lumber is high snd still eninr tin nA there is money to be msde en this Oranire lot ot 160 acres which can he hmiirht for 11700 00. Estimated to eut from 101).. 000 to 400,000 ft, only three-fourth mile iron mill, vtortn looking into. No. 1352. Plainfield Farm. One f the beat producere In town and only three and one-naff or tour milca from Barre City; 100 acres ot Aae orodueine lead tillm slopes just enough and the pasture haa nearly all been plowed. Cut nearlr SO tons of hay laat year, besides other crone : good fruit orchard and sugar buah of 800 manlea : place has carried 80 head of stork and there are tie ups for that number; eisht-room brick house and SO ft. basement barn : rood water; near school. Frire $5,600 00 with 1200.00 or 12600.00 down. Tat can buy a home tit the eity NOW cheaper than you will he able to a little later. This is a fine time to purchase a home in the eity or country. WANTED A competent woman or girl to do general housework, who is a good cook, and can furnish good references. The pay ia good with small family and no wuh. inrs or ironings, and do children. Address 'M Barre Timea. jits WANTED A capable girl for hounework." 2 in family: no waahimn or irnlnir ,.11 at 10 Central street. eOtS WANTED A table girl atlialtimore Lunch. 9tf WANTED AT ONCE An order rook at the fierce Clark Restaurant, SO Main ttreet, Montpelier. Vt, I tel.264. 9tf WANTED AT ONCE -Kitchen girl ; CheUTea jnn. ineuee, vt J7tf WAITHESSF,S Also chamber maids for the summer sceaon ; apply Wm. M. Gale. Mgr.. Lake Moray Club, Fairlee. Vt gstf PUPIL NURSES WANTED Young women to train as nunes st Barre- City Hoepltal. Barre. , . jstf WANTED A middle-aged women for m erel housework : state wages : sddress Mm. CulleMartin. Windsor, Vt J2tf W'ANTED Pupil rurea and attendanlr at the Taunton State Hospital: wages MS.W per month with maintenance; for partlrulan scVlrewi Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt. Tsunton State Hospital. Taunton. Maas. 44tf 1 soda fountain, i wire-leg ta. blea, 6 wire-leg chain, wire-leg stools, t orangeade tank, one 16-gal. ice cream cabl-net- O"' 20-S'- ice cream cabinet, 1 cigur eaae 4ftx2xl. 1 small counter, 1 cash regis ter, 1 sink for wsshing and draining glaatea, I violin, and assortment of tins for making brick ice cream. 1 wood bed; the above goods must be sold to settle estate; F. L. -.ramJa2Lp!LY'' tSit FOR SALE Strawberry pleats: Falrel an early varietv ; r:,n,i i. u.w;. prices, 1.00 per hundred, w',60 per M. : reei raspberry nlanta Mrlknr . i ety, haa withstood 60 beior icro without in. iV7v2M l i9- 3M P hundred; J. E. Mitchell. R. F. D. 2. Barre, 'phone 823-. 83tt FOR SALE A preparation for cleaninir granite and marble monuments: brightens up the lettering and makes the whole menu, ment look clean and new: guaranteed: prices on application: James Sullivan. 114 Park street, Barre. Vt I8t FOR SALE BTeal. or bbl.. BLACKT5TA? MONO RUBBER ROOF PAINT: water, weather, fire and sunproof; 800 rbs. to bbl.: f sm ready to paint or repair your roofe: E. L. De rumors, 1 Pleasant street I2tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN! WANTED BY THE A PS LEY RUBBER CO. OF HUDSON. MASS., GIRLS AND YOUNG. MARRIED COUPLES TO WORK ON SHOES. RUBBERS AND BOOTS; ALSO A NUMBER OF YOUNO MEN ; GIRLS ARK PAID $1S AND MEN fl WHILE LEARNING; WHEN LEARNED C1KLS MAKE FROM 125 TO ISO A WEEK AND MEN MAKE FROM MO TO 48 ; MISS SOMERVILLE. WHO RECENT LY WENT TO WORK FOR US WITH HER TWO BROTHERS. IS SO WELL SATISFIED THAT SHE IS BACK TO TELL YOU ALL ABOUT IT: SHE WILL BE AT HER MOTHER'S. S0 NO. MAIN ST. ALL THIS WEEK: SHE V ILL SHOW YOU PHOTOS OF BOAR DING HOUSE. SHOP AND WORK KOOMS AND WILL PAY ALL TRANS PORTATION AND FIRST WEEK'S BOARD AND ROOM RENT: FHE WILL SHIP NEXT SATURDAY. MAY it: CALL AND Sf E HER AND LEARN MORE : 48-HOUR SHOP; NO LABOR TROUBLE. s9tl LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE Good Berkshire pigs, C weeks old. IS each : W. O. Haynes. R. F. D. 4. Barre : tel. JB-S, Washington. 3t6 FOR SALE-Four-ycar-dld Hotaioin cow7tiK berculine tasted; call st 31 Perrin street. 8t FOR SALE Four ahosts; 1 row to fresh. cn ; Piack driving mare. years old ; also young pigs, 4 weeks old June 7. Wm. Rock, 17 Farwell street lt FOR SALE Four weeks old nigs; Kapoleon LaFlowcr, Williainstown, Orange sounty tel. HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE -Three work hones, weighing about 1.600 each; W. E. Nichols, tel. SS6-XL , 4tJ FOR SALE Rubber-tired buggy wagon for sale: innuire at 84 No. Main street. Mrs. E. A. Withsm. ltf GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY will be In stud this season : will drive out reasonable distance: it will be to your ad vantage to aee him before making further errangementa : he is one of the beet, if not the beet, sire in the state; no old mares bred ; telephone 9-4 Wae-hinrton, or addreea F. A. Bcedr. Wsahington, Vt 0t WARNING ! HELP WANTED Young men sad women ta take paattione as attendants at tha Vt. mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wster. bury ; to those who dealre. an opportunity of fered to attend inns' tranling course: ap ply at a capita l. wawrnuir, Vt lvtf FARMS FOR SALE tel. 697-M. C2tf 40-ACRE FARM In Manhfield. 14 mL from TO RENT Five-room tenement with" garden poetonVe on t shot road: location one of at S4 Elmwood avenue: anolv at una '.he bea.; large story hooae. 10 reoma. drees. a,f 'JUZ Ind ahtKofllitf SfL bf 'ttd""BENt-Up7uITrster tten'Sr.'yJgonn!?. in' " t .nrf u,n - nr. j i avenue. itnolhouae: building, all painted; land lava I " FOR RENT THRFEROOM FTEAM I warm : smootn. marhine-mowine fielda. ,l HEATED APARTMENT TO RENT -Two room in" Eastman "blork" pastures, quite euantity of timber snd , IfM housekeeping: modern, desirable. HOUSES TO RENT TT5 N F. M ENT" TO RENT-AlI-TSodern7"in". quire Mn. James A hern. 41 East street. tel. K4-w. 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 faTn nt?hina. Don't be JU- roa raped aboat rtpairs. If tu hav nvr tried oa do ao now. You'd b urprtftspd. MARSH-ALLEN CO. K. E. Tel. 140 Orange Co. 'Phone Horse Hoes VIM Werdem , 12.M Cultivators 6.5H Hand Com Planters !.T Hand Secden A few wheel harrows left over. We need) their room. Will give out of sejison prices lees than cost MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Telephone WANTED WANTED Second hand oil atove. in good condition; write stating price to "W." care Times office.. ltr WANTED Second hand piano; give par. ticutan in tint letter ; address "k." car Timea. ! WANTED Summer homes for several boy and giru. old enough to work for board : Dept. cf Social Work. Barre. Vt lt. AS I AM NOT ABLE to follow my trade at paperhanging ana must work. I have started a paint hop st my house at SIS C2tf South Main street and weald like a few TO RENT Five-room downtain tenement : huggiea and sleigha to rint and also will ; at Maple avenue: bath, raa range. ele-- retintoh furniture snd cimel beds of any - trie lights; inquire at 12 Church street ur kind of rennwn vors : work done right anal prices ngrt; tel. sn-m : also lew loaos or manure for sale cheap if taken at once; W. P. Durkee. 7tl2 FURNISHED ROOMS furnished or unfurnished, for lirht house. ood keeping: inquire of U. L. Woodwerth. East man block. Sit ARCHIE JOHNSTON SALES STABLE 7 SOUTH MAIN STREET. BARRE If You Want Good Horses See Our Stock a nice home for someone. I central loration. suitable for I or I; A A , Boyco, :s Paeri street Mtf t-ACRE FARM In South Csbot eillage. gong TO RENT -Small tenement et Ni 17Addl onildinc. all in nne shape, all Dainied:. sn nlv. tin no m.tk , nireiy ttnished t rooms ta house: wide veran- j jr. m. W hite, 27 Upland avenue. ,tf om in irw; is .i wnn oaeemenT sna rT . v-T- T . , - v,:T-h. - 1 .-.n.ri- w..,r, wnmiici, al 1 T, rS street hot end cold water, ews and electric lirhts; inquire of E. L. Smith. 17 Wsst street, e! 19-V. c Alex. McHarTie, tel IMUW erJiS-M. 5tf TO R ENT ienement 4 rooms. I fa ".: Smith place, Maple avenue; Smith Bms. 4tf TO RBNT 'Cment and drop bays; running water to house and kern : henhouse and tnolnouee: good apple ar chard ; acrra timherland, 200 sugar trees with buckets end pans : Isnd lava niee : ( mi. to S R. R stations, Manhfteld. WalsVaj and Wsat PanviDe; within 40 reds ef school: a splendid loration and price tight: wiil sell with or wittiosit stock snd tools. BOUGHT IN ANY tONIHTlON Hisheat prtcea for old gold, silver and platinum; mail to American Tooth Co 4fiJ Washing ton street, boston. opp. Filenc's. Postal No. 1L Kast Berre, Websterville and (iranitetillf. to r.srre Orange, Wastiirtftin and H illismstown to Its r re . Lcnjf Iistance trips $3.00 T.00 .20c per mile M. J. WHITCOMB. East RarrtN Vermont TELErHONE 2-W WANTED Unskilled able-bodied men are paid $.58 per hour and upwards at the start. Interesting and steady employment. We can also use fhipwrights, carpenters and joiners, e-hipf.tters. and steel shipbuilders of any craft. Call at the Employment Bureau, The Atlantic Corpora tion. Portsmouth, N. H. WANTED 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 speed twin with side car, for $300. Try a Hercules Spark Plug Free. A. M. FLANDERS c7 IS: Mail St. Barre. Vt j t.iii. - rood nig ham Just recentle built sr "": "" r'VJ,r' x-r,,n "' euqipped "with litter carrier and horse fork :', "ZZJIZ , shed room and toolhouse. large henhouse. TO RENT Two tenements, known as the : running waeer ta house and barn: large is. I Tiernev pmpertr. in South Rarre; apply o i pie orchard, extra smooUi nire-laring Adds : W. F. Slierard, administrator. 4tf plentr oT paatunng. the ngh kind; est. TO RENT- Ms v 1R. (-room upper apart, mated 10 M. ft. of lumher and a Wst of j ment: veranda, hath, elertriritr, gas. large woo : w. inn w,u run is em ana usn , rolls- and garden : rhoice l"cUon. U. mintite and can eaailr he made to do more; someone to Wa.hineton street carline; send rrrlt-s onrht to get interested in this deal quick , s " nTr Timss ece. 44tf when they aee it and find out the price. UPSTAIRS TFVEsiENT TO- RENT Five A POtTtl-E-TENEMENT ROlT!? P.m. X.TTV 4,(.M, ,"n': w"rJh,rt- Hed and blacksmith shop m Msnhneld h",U,: ,","Jir f Mr" ShHosw I -ilksge. bulldinea a'l ia fine chape, all paint, i Eorsnoe place. 44tf ed. large roomv shop, oihoeing frame an . TO RENT Emir-enosn tenement with rsr- W ANTED Two-hone stone wagon. Sarven wheel, in good condition. K-in. arle.--' state price: Alex.McRae. Proton. Vc Stl , W ANTE D-Sl ring yovr autnmoesle, wagons, i sleigha or siene to 4S North Main street j t be pointed : also furniture refimshed : Jfenrr P.isl71J,ainter; if j WANTED A i or S-reosa cottage. I side of - uouble tenement hmiae. or downstairs 1 apartment: all modern Iraprovementa and. hevt loraJitr dtslred; address "P.." Times Hf ', WANTED TO BUY ; WANTED - To bur few piecea ef rnoeVrn hoiMehold furniture, ia good condition. In rlodinr bedroom sui'e; write) to ' R. R care Times. Sat WANTED One three phase 0 erl. mater' lis volts. K'o R. p. M., current A. C. Rardis Rns. NortkrMd. Vt. ;tl HIGHEST PRICES-PskI foVinga." nili-' cinss. papera. iron, rubbers, ear. aleo. stovca and furniture; 'phone "lt-lt. Ahrsm Fine. HtS CASH PRirF5 PAID for rare, rohhera. met. als, maeniinea. hides, and bags a spectaltrt 'phone 4C7-R. fsm Coaid. 11 Brook street. 4t2 tools and stoves : inquire O. Bsaith. SIT No Main street, tel. 7J-M. 7t.S" POULTRY AND EGGS , SINGLE COMB BL'FT ORPINGTON Er-,S for hetrhing from the best strain ef Puff -Orpingtons in the eeuntT: sron ( let prtrse ' sme or ekeci, plentr ef work tor two men den snt nerhouse: also ota-r tenements ; t th Vrnssst State Fair and 4 Ista at the gsnr around and to good raring rss Mrs J T. I'allaghan. 44 Park street. tl monitr. and ts gning to be sold : enveme 174-W. . 44tf , wehmr for propertT of this kind had better TO RENT-S-rrrT costase. all newlr'pemt ; not w.it too long ofere getting tntsewsted. nd pspered : roort.red. large bs-n and . . . henhoiise : alee Isrge garden : reeriv Mar IS; ,FOR SALE A dnndr plare in MsrsVrWtd 1rL MT. . ) ,t i. Sootj, M. trw n'lsee on riswiiiei t street; bouse, barn),- . - . 41rs sad henh-sise large enoorh for te bene; an 'ZT. -. . - -. . - . -11 acre srf the beat of land: S nice rsmna In TO F.FVT-rores i tenement. 1st f w The houee. hardwood Hons, electric lighta. run-1 Nortoem: all modem; srp'T at .' hink ning sratee and everything tn fine shape! Main street. . itf ' shoot the tiers: on n r rehaiM aad repaired ! TO RENT - T neswent at t Merrhaet street. fw a nice home, and having the saisfortorej also 4 tenements on Wilier s'rert. ail In J of sneing his wife tie property ia for eats , Pr-rmm spe: meHera trSpriwemei is ia bargain. ! On. W. Mann. M Well-nrton street. s:ff Parre ISIS; pr-rea reaaonabie: write for matmg list: i. P. Ceeakie. t4tf tncs FOR H A Tr HI NO From mr prise winnine. etork of S f . R. I. Reds and White Wrondot'ee (Martin strain! fit OS per IS and ll.M for IS ;B. F. Atberton. " Watrrherr. Vt. : tel. 7-e WHITE ROCK SETTING FOOS : also W hite . Leheiwn seating errs, both from stanesrd strains rrer new; F. R. Cbaso. I H iH FOR SALE A See radenev Msin srrww TO RFNT-Tenewent of e-i: eWtrk bsth. h 1. inqTiie of t. .MISCELI.ANEOrs FARMS hOU SALE l; S-. . ae...swn t sf k V p l s 1 , m n tn M.rst-Seid ke.;.lM bsreend v. 7ltf j5Z.X0 LaSfl fceCUrCS churrhes eed echoes : hwndtiMrs ta ns sbepe: TNEMET TO HIM ia hsuse at rsnv of "JV ACTf! t 2LHTI lth srrrr r-s. i ,si u t ; mwe ' of R. ?. Carrier after 7 v m, 2 f-sti borse. 14 sows, t heater, marfemerv. tons- street. rerre- rOR PENT - A g-wl 7-rersn re'ttn W-use. j spr-n water, seta : rairaetorr st H W. Set. PUHter llek. Sertric lights, reening warer. bard wood Pejrsra, I piensaet iiwena, a laree rnemr bsrn ; nil in slx-k sVar; price ngrt. TVes rii rthe. Wih fa-ne and village, are seven wed to eeil ; also have mora. A. R. COLE, Agent Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2 -etf i otsosiie : laa nerea enerhine-v sirst wsiess rartsrr. bur wwriea, t'e . esr irorWe. f-mt: 4rj ; hern, l-tno s-e rewnir.g water- bevse inrd TO RENT Screw r r mttars : isvim sf M Mr rvme-e. eJi s -jsrver srarse ; I -' Artber Cole, Sem-st strnrt. tf taias al or )j I:'!"- car k : snsf rvs Do C OTTAijF HOI K TO RENT On Vine tails roge II v-of rsts'-e li-ri C 1- Weodworta. IsiImi t'o-t rs;i. rr frv raaM ii AiNCl". t4j..'. CM kn's lat. sUa' '