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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, UAKKE, VT., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interest from Different Section!. Michael J. Moran has received a re appointment as postmaster at Brattle- poro. Walter Jeffrey of Chester cut -one wrist so badly with a phonograph rec ord that six stitches had to be taken. St. Johnsbury merchants have decid d to close their stores at noon on Wednesdays during the summer. Emmet Morris broke his arm while in the school yard at Poultney a few days ago. He was flitting on a fence when he was accidentally pushed to tne ground. The Brattleboro War Chest assbcia . tlon has voted to set aside the balance In the treasury, about $16,000, for a memorial to all from that locality who lerved in the World war. The form of a memorial will be decided at a public i meeting. The general sentiment of the meeting of the association .Wednesday evening was in favor of a community I :u: PUllUHlg. Shelving in the Chiolino fruit mar feet in Ludlow gave way one day last I Week as one of the clerks was placing ! newly unpacked goods there, and the ' boy was throw some distance, while ibdut 300 bottles of rooxie, ginger ale, bottled cherries and other goods were thrown on top of him. He was net se- : riously injured, but the stock, was practically ruined and some damage was done in a market below by the ' iownpour of liquid from the broken bottles. MAY WEATHER REPORT, Temperature Below Normal at 50 De ( greeB Frost on 11 Days. NTorthfield, June 4. Meteorologist W. tV Shaw, in charge of the local sta , lion of the United States weather bu leau, reports a mean temperature of 10 degrees in Xorthfield during May, ivhich is three degrees below the" nor mal for the month. The highest was 85 degrees, on the 27th, and the lowest i'as 22 degrees, on the 5th. The great- ist daily range was 42 degrees, on the 17th, and the least daily range was light degrees, on the 21st. The precipi tation amounted to 1.28 inches, the nor nal for the month being 2.80 inches, the prevailing wind was from the liouth, the total movement 4,710 miles, the average hourly velocity 6.3 miles, ind the maximum velocity 32 miles per flour, trom the southwest on the 10th J'he month was made up of nine clear, light partly cloudy and 14 cloudy days. t Precipitation in quantity sufficient to 'neasure occurred on nine days, bolar !ialos were noted on the 6th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 20th, and H8, and an mrora on the 2Nth. There was a thunderstorm on the 20th, killing frosts n the 5th, 6th and 15th, heavy froRts in the 3d, 7th, 10th, 11th, 12th, lth ind 17th, and a light frost on the lt3h. STRAFFORD Mrs. Weltha Chamberlin and son, Ralph, of Springfield spent the week Hid with Mrs. Klla Futtoo. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Moore spent a lay- in Norwich, last week. , A large delegation of Masons from Jemple lodge attended the dedication f the 1 Chelsea Masonic building and ither exercises connected therewith on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Preacott, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kimball and Mr. and Mrs. Gomo attended, the dance at C helsea Tuesday ivening. F. V. Morrill-has sold the" Arabella B. Pierce homestead to Mr. and Mrs. Tharlea W. Preston. Rev. and Mrs. Fisk were in Brook ield as delegates last week. Mrs. Ann E. White. Mrs. Dearborn, Mrs. Stella Gove and Mr. and Mrs. lohn Gove were in town over Deco ration day. I Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Hyde, son, daugh ler and guest were Monday visitors !rom Lebanon, X. If. The entertainment of trained horses in the town hall Mnndav evening brought out a Jarge crowd, who felt sell repaid by the exhibition. G. F. Chandler and family were in fouth Royalton and Fairlee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson have teen visiting relatives in town. J. Roy Nowlan,' who has been at Vme for a few weeks, has started on lis return trip to Pulley's Island, New foundland, where he is employed on liamond drill work. George Lenton is visiting the fara It of his brother here, l The trustees have recently placed a Ine Estey player piano in the Barrett Memorial hall. ' George K. Bassingthwaighle went on Tuesday night to Randolph ssnatori m for an operation on his throat. Dr. G. X. Cobb arrived on Wednes lay at his home here and expects to jrmain for the month of June. F.ighth grade examinations for high rhool entrance were mndtti-ted by Su- f-rintendent Willis at the town hall uesday and Friday of this week. EAST CORINTH F.ntire family Sunday was a success; the lanrest entire family present num bered 11. father, mother and nine rhil Iren. There were others of goodlv hie. Xext Sunday the Taplin hill people have an especial invitation to fs present. Service begins at 1030; imday school 11:30.. The Woman Missionary union will rieet with Mrs. John Sweet Wednes ar, June !. This is to b a work steeling and a large attendance is de tired. Delegates were appointed to It tend the Grafton -Orange association (t Haverhill. X. H , June II. Some of our town people attended lie memorial service at Topaham on taturdar. and a numl-rr went to Barre 0 the ball fsmc. Mr. and Mm. J. C. Weed of Manrh. ipr. X. H.. were week-end visitors at W. Jewell s. Mr. Jennie At err Pronon ha been 4 vi.itor at Frank Taplin's. Mrs. K. S. IlnwlanH returned Imnif from Sbrlburne Tuedy, leaving hT lauphter Bimh better. Mr. Anna I. Taplrr h I fori feel f.f quit a g'Hl deal l-ttr fn- the (t meek. ) Mr. and Mr. rred II Mr. al r. C. H. Metc'f and Henry Ma-t.-alf .rre i Barre Tw..lv. U. nrv bad us trnil and afini.! rmoed an) re-1 to go ! k t' furiVr treat sent. "We ate cur-r creatxre. .vw a n t ir jut the lime we're rH. ep i t jift a T"ie sx.m m ha lyiw II rcrte it. Ir t l.'-re is ihi ai;1 11-re ,it aiaMst l! U of rerrsrVs a!.nt !, ..t. ' cf ra . ,v ... , few M i.it the -!! rl t m v u l U-k Deaf, Dumb and Blind ANMfew'5 ' 1 T " .' "n . iii ii GRANVILLE Several from here attended the Me morial exercises at Rochester Mon day. The entertainment and dance at the ladies' hall Friday evening wag well at tended. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hutching were ATRS. ALICE GRESHAM D0DD, ? mother of the first American soldier killed in France, who gives entire credit for recovery of her health to the well-known medicine, Tanlac. ; The following remarkable endorse- ment of Tanlac was given recenlly by j Mrs. Alit'C Grham Podd, at the (Jres-i i t i ir w- t I bam Memorial Home. Gavin Park,! Kvansville, Ind., which homo was pre-1 1 1 senterl to her bv" the patriotic people .... ". , , ., . of Indiana, as evidence of their appre- W' V . ciation of the aervires rendered to his ca"n"tlL neys. bladilw Wil. rheumatism. weak back, lumbago, skin diseas and to country by her son. Corporal James B. i purify the whole system. In the green pack- (Jrestham, the firHt American soldier j ""ooldine Morning Smile Laxatives ar us-d killed in Fram FviirenKions of svmna- ' tor constipation, costiveness. liver trouble, allien in rrani. r.xprencions oi sjmjia ( fM tPaub, ,i cleansing the oragns of di- thv were received bv Mrs. J)odd from'gestion and errton. " . , .. ,. .." , , . . ., I Goldine is sold in your city by Cummins all parts of the Lnited States, and thei4 iewis. Adv. newspapers of the country carried the I , story of the first "war mother." The shock of her son's death resulted ' in the serious breakdown of Mrs. Dodd's health, but everyone will learn with interest and pleasure that she is now in splendid health again. When seen at her home recently she made the fid lowing statement, giving the entire credit for her recovery to the well known medicine, Tanlac. "After my dear boy's death. I had a general breakdown in health." said Mrs. Dodd. "At first it was jtit indi gent ion. My food ued to upset me and I had to diet myself tery tarefully, which wasn't much hardhip, as I lost all desire to eat. Then I had an attack j of rheumatism, with severe pains in my shoulders, back and arms. Some times I used to suffer a great dial, and my joints would pet all swollen up and stiff. I was able to do very little about the house, and it times couldn't even took a meal. I pot very nervous and restless, and at night would lay awake for hours, and lot many a night's sleep a a con se-i lie nee. "A frie'nd of mine had received a great deal of help from Tanlac. and it was ehe who advicd me to try it, I am so glad I did. for it proved the be-t medicine I hate eer iaken. It soon gave me a good appetite and seemed to settle rev stomach so that I was no longer troubled with indigestion. II d'm't Vnnw what it is to have rhen- j mat w pains now, me r int.g ani si:n ne ha all pine out cf 'my joint and I am able to dn the work of the houe with the greatet se. My nertes are now steady and strong, I lcr f re at rirl.t. and I'fec-1 better in hn!'h tlan ever before in wy be. I h!l alsyj 1 gratetul fir what Tarlsr ls d-re (r Tne. ail va'l rci-irmer-d tt every rhsrw-e I g't." Tsrise u f.".i ia Tarre by t'.e Farra Prig C, artrf U Vy Nat A. i,1wi,f , WatetH-r r- Fn-Va ii . . .", . I fc? H yrneT Air. I in Rutland one day this week on busi ness. Mrs. Flvnn Ford is ill and her moth er, Mrs. F.aton, is caring for her. Miss Norma Parish from Warren spent the week end with her parents. Miss Doris Armstrong of Tittstield spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Herman Ford. Mr. and Mis. C. L. Rich visited their son in Montpelier over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rice and chil dren are spending several days with the former's parents in Roxbury. TAKE SOME HOME TO YOUR FAMILY Goldine Ii the Real Family Medicine Which Should Be in Every Home at All Times, Goldine is a distinctive medicine. It has the distinction of being the only medicine which can be classed as a genuine family mcdicim., a remedy which can be used by all number cf the family for their Various ailmrnts. And it is a medicine which should be kijt in every home at all times. Thousands of people who have used Goldine rvnuniM havi dcurmintd never to be with out them. Mr. William Autill of 618 W. Central avenue, Tituaville, Pa., says: "Since Goldine .No. 2 did away with my rheuma tism. I'm keeping Mime in the house all the I. Mr. Elmer Peck of 05 River street. North Adams. Mass.. says: "Goldine No. J helped f I lime. my kidmy trouble wonderfully. Ill never, be without It in the house, for I know it helped me.- Mrs. Laura Lamors of 100 Railroad street, Cohocs, N. H., says: "It took Goldine No. 1 always have Goldine in the house, for then I'll not have to be afraid of stomach trou- , ble." Mr. Martin Sickle of Zlo tlm street. 21ft tim street,' : -when i rirst send for it, for I ) New Britain, Conn., says eat Gc'dine No. 1. 1 had to nuldn't move out of the house. After the first bottle was used, 1 rould walk down- town for the second, it had helped me so i much. I've got some Goldine in the house now and will never be without it." i Mr. Jchn McGee of Milton. Vu, says : I "Doctor told me I had appendicitis and -yW JfjJ- stomach Vmy1! and have flt fin .inc Ukinu- iU I'd rather flaw i nab mniicint iimn unnunnu wiwt. for t krpt me ,t of th. hospital." GoWne No. 1 u'Li" 'J!"? thn stomach, heart, nerves, indigestion. Dhr- isical decline and debility, to build up and 1 create strength. In the yellow package, , Goldine No. il is used in the tr.tment of Cchocs, N. H., says: it took Goldine ISO, 1 , , . only one wk to grt rid of stomach trouble meat trays, meat jar, ICe that I tri-d for nine years to stop. I'll , " PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HOWLAXD MA. SURGEON FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BL'ILDING. BARRE, VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEAPqrARTERS FOR REt.tsBt.E TIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, VICTROI.AS. SONORA TAI.KINi, MA CHINES. RECORDS. SHEET MLS1C Telephone 369-W, Earre, Vt. Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW-fP-TO-DATE EAST RIDING Ceiis from a dntanrs at r-aaooable rat A. W. BADGER & CO., Barre The Onlv Auto Aishulanre ia the City DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OBc In Rwm S. Mile Buildina Telephone Coaoertioa OFUCF Hflt'lti : .m to 12 m. nt 1 4 r a-Nobosjt. Tuoar. Thursdsjr and Fr Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18. Miles Building OFFICE HOVR. : ttolS.Itoa.ttoi Telerfone 1:-W MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES 1a1 T-trr. Ufh-tji;i anj .rn.tet,l ttrangs, a-t.ii r n at.il Wii'.miln Lsvr.g cii-tantij U s M. J. WHm 'OMR. EM rUrrc, Vermont - TILfFHOMv .; Mother Gray's Powders Benefit Many Children Thousands of mothers have found Mother Grr' Sweet Powdrra an excellent remedy for children complaining of headaches, colds, feverwhn stomach troubles and other Ir regularities from which children suffer dur inar theee dy nd excellent results are ac complished by It use. Used br mothers for r J8 rears. Sold by druagisU everywhere Saturday, June at 1 p. m. (unless sold before) Chelsea Market Fixtures, consisting of i i . ShOW C3SeS, SCaleS, ITieat , , i i.vi l block, table knives, saws. house, coffee mill, telephone j i M a i j. and share, oil tank, etc. Also a line of Canned Goods and Groceries. W. Morse. CHEAPER TO TUT UP AT THE LAKE SHORE HOUSE than to hire a cotUire. Rrasnnablc rat with food accommodation, With w rax e and 1 1 v ry con n. tni. Trltrphon 15-8 West Danville, Vt. HEININCER DENTIST PHONE PIANO TUNING Five ynrt Everett Piano Factory Two year Hallett A Dsvis Piano Factor One rear f'hl-'ti -inar Wareroom Five year Clark Mr Master B. ARTHUR REED Tel -M Bo 1S. Mortpelier. Vt Leave order at Bailey's Music Rooma, Barre. tel. Sfl-W HOWARD II. REID,D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and . Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone HJ-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors ! In H s m . Tiissday. WeoBesdae. "H.lf ni Saturday : S to S p. in.. Monday. H'etneerfy. Thurde and rrinir ; t to I r an.. Tolsy and Thursdiy. MnRTpelier Tues-tey. Thursday and Raturdsv. 10 o o 11 a. m. ; Vonrisy. WedtMwday ana Friday. 1 ROOM J. CURRIER BUC.. Barre Tel 2-W PERRY & NOOXAN I'NTXCFtXFD Ft'XFRAt Tl RXiSHINGS H nap, Lai Ambulant? RvTvur Undertakers and Licensed Embalmer3 Derw riej.. rtsn T4. cwtre;on. 4?R-W SEE US TS OUR KEW LOCATION W rw nem vdy r haS $4 mnA K- ir wr rsr nfn. O. J. DODGE, th- Jeweler 14 ELM STREET KI.K ACF.NT OR ' BfisrtiX AMERICAN" t0 I rre 1"' tr rarre '.yi Z j-r lai le Make Your Own BUG KILLER P. D.Q. You can easily make st home full quart of tha strongest buir-klller for K5c, enouxh to kill a million bedhuaa, roaches, fleas and ants. This recipe will not burn, rot or staia the clothinft snd is entirely different from any other formula we know of, as this will kill the eras. Procure of your druaririst a 35c package of (Pesky Devils Quietus) P. D. Q., then you will have the chemical made expressly to rid Hotels, Hospitals and dwellings of pesky bedbugs and other insects. Impossible for the pesky devils to exist with the proper use of P. D. Q. Special Hospital size $2,60 makes five gallons your druggist has it or he can get It for you or sunt preps id either iie by the Owl Chemical Co., Terre Haute, Ind., upon receipt of price. Look for the devil's head on every package. Adv, ESTATE OF EMILY I. WATERS State of Vermont, District of Washington, ss. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons Interested in the estate of Emily J. Waters, late of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased, UKKKIINti: WHEREAS, said court has aseujjied the 18th day of June next for rxajrtiniTig and allowing the account of the admin istrator with the will annexed of the entato of said deoeasMl and for a de cree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and orderod that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested In said estate by publish ing this order three weeks successively pre vious to the day assigned, In the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office In Montpelier, in aid district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said ac count if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 27th day of May, 1920. MARY 3. CUTLER, Register. May28June4-U Auction Sale Of Farm Machinery, Some Stock, and Other Per sonal Property Having sold my faml and having no further use for the following, I will dinpose of it at auction on the farm known as Allen or Mead farm, on Kast Hill, Cobble Hill district, l'i miles from l!arre City, on SATURDAY, JUNE 5 at 12:30 o'clock ONE MATCHED PAIR OF WORK HORSES, weicht 2,."l lbs., own sis ters. 10 and 11 Vears old, an extra nice team; a mare, 15 years old, pood work er and fair driver, weight 1.200 lbs.; 2 pood Jersey cows, veal i-iilf, 3 brood sows, raising from 10 to 12 pifta each every litter; about SO Buff Plymouth KiM'k hens. FARM MACHINERY, TOOLS, ETC. Mowing machine, horse rake, hay tedder, plow, wheel harrow, spring tooth harrow, smoothing harrow, 2 cul tistvors, lime and fertilizer sower, corn planter, manure spreader, corn harvest er, Ford truck, cream separator, milk cans, Sharpies milking machine, set of Fairbanks scales, scalding tub, new American seeder, tiO-gal. farmers' cook er, .10 gal. kettle, iron arch for sugar ing, loo sap tubs, handy cooker that 1 have used 2 years to boil sap in, a quantity of lumber, 75 large , cedar posts, light farm wagon with box body, set farm trucks (steel axle) with hay rack and box body; set traverse sleds with box body, lon sled with body, pung, sleigh. Concord wagon, 2 pairs work harness, express harness, !) H P. gas engine, 3 H.P. kerosene engine, grindstone, stone boat, wlieelbarrow, whiffletrees, neck yokes, chains, bars, forks, shovels, cider barrels, flour bar reN. AO cords stove wood, some house-! hold furniture, etc., and many articles too numerous to mention. Also a swarm of bees and 20 New Zealand rabbits. This is all first-class goods and will be sold to the highest bidder. Terms at time of sale. E. K. HUTCHINSON, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. iiciion Sale AT CITY AUCTION MARKET SATURDAY, AT 2 AND 7 P.M. Lot of miscellaneous goods to , i , . . ,. , ClOSe OUt. including COttage ,. gan, Sewing machine, CUtlery, .. , , . , . . furniture Of abOUt all Kinds, guns, pistols, watches, a few pairs shoes, etc. AT PRIVATE SALE DAILY Several new art squares, rugs, couch covers, brass and iron beds. National springs. mattresses, pillows, sheets. ."Dreads, dressers, commodes, i 1 si 1 1 a . npnpsra and cn ar. r n nor tq. . 1 l, Kl 'a T 111' I I nil.a . v null. rt ru.LiPan, vu.iVlj, ner sets, cnid crockery, b gnl ice cream freezer, cornet, violins,' cello, range, oil stove, and a!";- EpWr lot of troods to interest the!'" .Vr B;t. careful buyer. OSS II I je , H, Hale, Auctioneer, i ARCHIE JOILVSTOX SALES STABLE t M)H MAIN STRFET. BARRE If You Want Good Horses See Our Stock f. i a, I L 'arf iWt- l?"! ' Three Lines for lie The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. ehort adver tisements t the rate of three lines for twenty-five cents for th first Insertion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE OOOD PIECE OK RESIDENCE PROPERTY NEAR CURRIER PARK, CITY OK BARRE; INQUIRE OK GEO. L. MORRIS, ROOM 1, BOLSTER BLOCK. 7tf GREENi.EIGH,"5S.M"inn;tret, for ale ; the semi-bunfralow residence of the late W. V. Milne, built within H years; con tains T rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floor throughout, set tubs, cement cel lar floor snd steam heat; henhouse and 2 e tra lot go with the property; apple trees, berry bushea. etc., and garden In Rood con Pl,ly to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel. 29-M. 27tf FOR SA LEf WQ-story, Z-tenement house, with Rood barn and cellar under house and barn, all In good repair: each tenement has 6 rooms, electric sights and bath : plenty ,5l,rn 1or ""th tenements; the barn could, for small amount of money, be made Into a 6-room tenement; this Is (rood property to buy foe home or investment ; sit uated at U Clark street; prk-e right; tele phone .R or inquire at 21-22 Howland buildinsr: Elwlnj. Scott. j tf FOR SAI,E-6n Montpelier road, i miles from Barre. 8-room house, modern Im provements ; larire plaxta with vlnea on S sides i tarn and henhouse and about S acres of jrood land ; will eel! at a reasonable price "d Jerms if desired; Mrs. H. S. Mils, tel. 217-X after p. m. 04tf FARMS FOR SALE FARM FOR SALE One of the best farms in Willianutown, Vt.. consisting of about 160 acres : about 0 acre tillsife. eaay to carry on, balance In pasture and wood, including 1.200 lugar trees; never-failing spring water at house and bam; this is the home farm of the late t-utner J. Baiiey and situated 2 miles from williamstown village, 1 mile from river road ; inspection of farm is invited ; Lefie A. Bailey, administratrix. 66t SPECIAL REASONS FOR SALE OF THESE Every One of Which is Worth More Than the Price Asked No. 1432. River farm only one mfle from East Montpelier on th main auto road: tillage is level; free from stone: bplemlid soil ; will produce 100 tons of hay if in shape one of the best meadows in town. Hiiiliiinirs are in need of some repairs but the price is so low no account need be taken of repairs necessary ; in Tact, the land alone should be worth all the owner aka for the rmyerty. Contains from 80 to 100 acre ; four mile from Barre and within eaay drive to Montpelier. Price, 14.000.00. No. W33. Sold to close an estate: 70 sere farm with two-atory house, about five and one-half mile from the tity and about the same from Plainfield ; irood ssl ; sugr bush and fruit orchard ; bam needs some reiMiirs 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 toots, some hay and straw, also some house hold furniture if sold at once. No. 1411. 90 acre place In Cabot: 40 acres in practically level tillage. Will keen 12 to 15 heod of stork; fine house and barn all up in shape; good stable; good house containing nine rooms, part have hard wood floor ; located on main road only one mile from station and store. If you want real good home, this will appeal to you. Owner estimate the place will cut 100 cords pulp wood. Price $4600.00. Lumber is hiirh and still goinr un and there is money to be msde on thi Oranee lot of ISO ar-ren which can he bnnsbt for $1700 00. Estimated to cut from $00.. O00 to 400.000 ft., only thrwe-fourth mile from mill. Worth looking into. No. 1852. Plainfield Farm. One of th best producer in town and only three snd ene-h,itT or four mile from Barre City; 100 acres of fine producing land tillage, slortm Just enough and th pasture has nearly all been plowed Cut rearly (0 tons of hay. last year, beside other crop ; good fruit orr hard and sugar bush of 600 msplea ; place has carried 80 head at stock and there are tie up for that number ; eiirhUroom brick house snd v80 ft basement barn : trnod water ; near school. Pnc $5,500.00 with I'JOO.OO or $260.oo down. You fan buy a home In the eity NOW cheaper then you will he abl to a littl later. This is a fin time to purr has a home In th city or country. THE dTaTpERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY FARMS FOR SALE 40-ACRE FARM In Marshfield. V, ml. from pnstpftice on Cabot road ; location one ef .he he. . a large story house, 10 room, all ia fine aharw; verandas both sides, tele phone and shsr of stock ; SO-ft barn with 1 basement built 8 yrs. sao: running water ' to house and barn ; giraire. henhouse and i tool bruise : buildtnn all painted; Innd Ian jwerm: smooin. machine-mowing fielda, good pastures, quite a quantity of timber snd i wood ; a nic bom for someone. 140-ACRE FARM In Marshfield, It; ml. from TO RENT-Five-room tenement with garuen postofhee : 2-story hous in good shsoe : I at 84 Elmwood avenue; apply at same ad- gorai big ham )utt rerently built wer;drws. fttf euqipped with litter carrier and horse fork: TO ujyx Small tenement at No. 17 Addi shed room and loolhouse. large henhouse. place; $10. 0 per month; inquire f runnin wjter to house and barn : large a p- v u white. 27 Upland avenue. ?tf pi orchard, extra smooth nk-e-layinr fields: ' - . - . . plenty of rsturin. th rih kind: etW TO RENT Three-rnom tenement at 19 West mated 100 M ft of lumber and a lot of ! street Hot and cold water. a and eleetrle wood: thi farm will run 18 eo and team lights : inquire of E. L. Smith 17 West ..j ... ..n h. i. 4. . 1 .met tel. SIS-Y. or Alex. McHafTie. tel. ought to get interested In this deal quirk when they sew it and find out the price. ' " " I FOR SALE A dandy place In Marshfield j acre of the beet; l.nd : ni room, . i noose, nsruwoon noorp, nfrinr iirnia. run- "V ... u . . . Or-!nme water and evrrrthin In fine ho''nhone 4S4-M. . abmit th rlee: owner rebuilt and repaired ! UPSTAIRS TFNEMENT TO RENT Five , for a nice home, and having the miformne rooms, at 48 Maple avenue: woished. elec j of loeine hi wif th property is for ! , trie liehts ; inquire of Mr. Shallow. I ! at,a barvam. ! Forsvih nlsc. 44tf These properties, both farm and vilissje. era advertwed to sell : slro hsv mora. A. R. COLE, Agent Marshfield. Vt. Tel. 12-2 MISCELLANEOUS FARMS F0R SALE 115 Acres $2,800 With Pair Horses, 7 Cattle, Tools Beautiful section, fin farms all arojnrl machlne-workd rlelus cut 0 tons hmy. "1"' V-l"";"'.., i okas ri IS leg Kaa -rt aiin ' A-tff hM tHP.T CI . , --. . - . - - ... b'tnin" throwi in hv tt k, fu.)) 'rhirr ttu4. wkronti. htmtM. 1. Votw mv. , 'IF., STtl T-Wr J llis . wrsaw I ... i.. unn . - i ttailsa V.sa 1 ' ffrvy 4W. SI ft OUT MRM AG ! OM hl'Mlftgl!l0!l' 1 uni-r a a c u si.I Vi V iillK r'TT I I I I I I ' ....... - - - I POULTRY AM) EGGS I ' ! itftT. Vt. : tel. --. :tto nivivtve girfrknTi,viTirc ll.M.t'.1 VIS s s. a a a a.j TTirr:" wti,;",,? MI CHAIRS i Dining Room Chairs. Rocking I Chair?. Hizh Chair?, and i many other kind. Come in J and iok thorn over. We tan i-ave you money. Ia & Clara B. Shortt Marshfield, VU HELP WANTEDMALE WANTED Bellboy ; good job for ihe rig-lit kind of a boy; apply at once; Hotel Btrre. 6tS Wiiirm- a " a ' -ir.7.irn.l.n young and sUdy man to learn vhe trade': apply Barre Electric Co.,Barre. 6tf A STEADY POSITION is open for a rt- class letter cutter in one of the beat shov In New Jersey; excellent climate; union shop ; address Monmouth Granite Co., Free hold, N. 68t8 WANTED An experienced foreman to take eharae of monumental works : employ about twelve men ; address C. Schleiter's Sons, Freedom, Pa. 2tf WANTED- Men" for wood "turnina lathe, benoh saw and work in lumber yard. Good pay and steady work. Roy Brothers, Kast Barnet, Vt. . 612 COME TO TEXAS WANTED AT ONCE-Three of four first- class irranite cutters; open shop, 44 hours a week, at 11.00 rxr hour, for men that can and wfll deliver the goods ; (rood shop and oinipment ; steady work all year round 1 one of the best towns in the arreatest state in the union. Sherman Steam Marble t Gran ite Works, Sherman. Texa. 62tl2 WANTED-A board sawyer ; F.'E. Downlna, 22 Cliff street, tel. 144-W, Oranae Co. tel., Waahntrton. . - WANTED At yietchequarry. Woodbury, Vt. : oien shop ouarry from Mar. 1, 120 : wanted now, 2 complete derrick erews ; I have a general store and fuminh aoods to men in my employ at wholesale prices ; houses rent at 18.00 to $10.00 per month; surface quarry and Rood machinery ; write for more information and state your experi ence in a granite or marble ouarry: will hire a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher. Woodbury. Vt U'A HELP WANTED FEMALE WOMAN WANTED AT ONCE To do housework on a farm. No washing .Iron ing or cooking ; wages lii a month ; write to "O" care Times. 68M WANTED A kitchen girl; apply at Jack's Restaurant; tel. 254-W. 6tf WANTED A respectable middle-aged wom an for a housekeeper; do not mind If she has a child : Myron Egglceton, Bradford, Vt, P. O. Box 172. 68t9 WANTED Housekeeper by young American farmer, someone who wishes a good home rather than hurh wagra ; pleas state wages expected in first letter: address Edward Preble, Box . Fitidale. Vt 8t WANTED A waitress at" Montpelier "Coun" try Club: good waae: apply to Matron 68U WANTED CHAMBER MAIDS WHITE MOUNTAIN HOTEL LONG SEASON, JUNE TO OCTOBER ISTH FIVE DOLLARS PER WEEK, ROOM AND BOARD, FARE ONE WAY, AN ESPECIALLY GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE TIPS. ALSO POSITION FOR ONE PARLOR MAID. ADDRESS MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL WHITEFIELD, N. H. 65t7 WANTED Reliable girl or woman: liiply at 85 Ayers street or 'phon444-Y. ltf WANTED AT ONCE An order cook at the Pierce 41 Clark Restaurant, 80 Main street Montpelier. Vt ; tI.2$4. tf WANTED AT ONCE Kitchen girl; Chelsea Inn. Chel.ea. Vt B7tf WAITRESSES Also ehsmber maid for "the summer season : apply Wm. M. Gal Mr., Lake Morey Club. Fairlee, Vt 66tf Pt'PIL'NURSES WANTED Voune women to train as nurses at Barre City Hospital. Barre. 2Mf WANTED A middle-aged woman for gen eral housework : state wsee : address Mrs. Cullen Martin. Windsor. Vt 12tf WANTED Puoil r.urwe and attendant at the Taunton State Hospital : waae $35.00 ner month with maintenance; for particular s.'dres Dr. Arthur V. Go-. Supt, Taunton Stat Hospital. Taunton. Mass. zssti MALE AND FEMALE HELP HELP WANTED Young men and women to tak position as attendant at the Ver mont Stat Hospital for the Insane at Water bury : to those who desire, an opportunity of fered to attend nurse' h-sniing fours : ap ply st hospital. W.tertriry. Vt ltf HOUSES T0RENT TO RENT Downctair tenement of R room, pantry and bath, electric lights and large rardtn. toarther with barn privilee-e : va cant June 15; situated st 14 Clark street: telephone Kft-R or Inquire at 21-22 Howland building. Elwin L. Seott (9tf TENEMENT TO RENT A downstairs tene ment with large barn and largv gardens at 8 Berlin street: inquire Mrs. Eugenie Grsnger, 18 Maple Grove, or Mis Jcanette Grsrutcr at Tilden s Shoe store. ity TENEMENT TO RENT S rooms. bth. elec tric lights, gas ; inquire at 44 Pearl street. 5tf TORENT -room eottaae on Branch rtreet, newly repaired ; call 8lS-83 ; F. H. Nichols. tf TORENTEight-rooiri home, upper Wash ington street, connected with sewer, hen hou and ham ; 10 acre of tillage and pas ture : Mr. Lilli Smith. 47 Patterson ttrext. tel. I36-J. 4tf TENEMENT" TO RENT-All modern ': In quire .Mr. James Ahem, 41 East atrwt tel. 245-W. S2tf TO RENT Five-mom downstairs tenement at Se Maple axenu ; beth. as ran ire. elec tric liehts ; Inquire at 22 Church street or el. 67-M. '-tf 1HS-W or 65S-M. Joif TO RE7VT Tenement 4 room. $10 a mo.: Smith place. Maple avanue: Smith Biw, 4f JTZJZTvMMc:?. i TO RENT Foor-mom tenement w-th gar den and henhouse: aiso oiner Tenements : Mrs .J T. Callaghan. 44 rant street, tel I74.W. 44tf TO "RENT- -room cotlaee. all newly paiiv. ed and pe"er"d : woodahed. lanr h-n and henhmr: also !nr garden: ready Ma 1 : tel. S7-5 or call at 10 aouui nam nrm 'to' house 1 7(1 RENT $-room tenement lt a or Th ' Nortberfl ; all mortrrn : apply at M0 Nv-1h I Mail Street . $4tf TO RENT -T.nerrent at I? Merchant Street. ao 4 tenement on v niey sireei. n in. t.la shape: motcm imrnwemtrn ' Oeo. W. Mann. 4 Wellinrtnn afreet 82tf i ' rier "work, iw v . wet : tnsnir. i " Currier after 0 F.eat ! SStf Parr. rt)R FF.NT-A rot t-wwrm rmff pm nHnff wte-r. osin : wrnriurr w:-r-" I! W Scnt KnlateT bWIt 1tf j .c-r- -rn ' ir-x.-e r x-i i I ! ! I a 1 II I 1 1- ... ' " ' ' " ' ' " j street ; G L. Woodworth. taatmsn oiora. -SStl ETNA-AUTO Combination Insurance with a?etit in etrry tity Gies anlotnobile' owners complete I .ndextion apain-t Lies bx: ... LI AnlLITi lor IVrsonal iniurtea I lAl'Il.ITY for Dan ape to IVoperty OOUJlOX IHmarr In Antomcibile FIKT. I.ichTninff. IAp1.j:m, Water Ihamajif THF.rT, Ci !!. T .ma-i. Tran-f-Ttat md I I rs dK lt cf Auto dai-rj Kefia ir J. W. DILLON". A?cr.t "I bm 54 H , l n. VelBSv Ot FOR SALE I tOR bALE A ttoyal Standard Maaee heat, er, in -ood condition. 6tf-ft km nit n ht i Wth tioisle, a lawn mower, newly sharpened, I ?W iu Udor.r- .6U """ as "0 in stone shed lor machine oil, solid oak baby high chair, 1 oil gas burner; all these good are good as new ; cheap if taken at once; F.' Provost, tel. 688-12, Hillsidr ave. ; Wta. FOR SALE -A couth, feather bed, baby tar riage, 4 wire spring beds, 8 mattresses, k bedsuads : W. i'. Shepaid farm, Ui-anite-ville. any time this week. 7tl TOMATO PLANTS" NOW REXBlf Earlians and other kinds; 66c and 76c per dozen Kendall place. 67J l'OR SALE A 6-passenger Overland, new tires, in good running order: model 79; price $360, or will exrhamre for roadster) . near Talc Mine; E. Robinson, Wateiv ''"P'l.YI- ':. Box 811. 8tS FOR SaCE Ford' truck In good condition'; will sell reasonably ; D. Torre, 3 Vine 'reet. gt ONE PORTABLE GARAGE FOR SALE Sfte 12x18 feet; C. F. Millar, P. O. Box 184, JJarre. ,;tf FOR SALE Household fmi"ture71n7iudini kitchen stoves, refrigerator, carriage and Perfection oil stoves; Abram Fine 46 Map Is avenue. st6 FOR SALE Tomato plants, fop Notch and other kinds, hardened olf : 60c and 60e per doz. ; alao assortments of flower plants for garden at my green house; no mail orders: t'harlei Ord. g Cherry street 4t H???.RH6P AND POOLRdOMFOB SALE OR RENT An extra good ehanqe; write for particulars ; A. L. Benedict, South Koyaton, Vt m THE SALES on our extra quality red rhu .u6., 5 "nd our expectations ; cut th H. C. of L. and buy direct from th pro ducer ( tb. for 26c; C. A. Heath. 169 Washington street tl. 742-M. S4t6 CABBAGB "PLANTS-Esrly Jerse7Wakei field, 10c per dozen. 86e per $0. 6a per hundred. Boolh, Cherry street; tel. 6S-7-Y, ?rrt'. . $ 1 1 1 o FARMERS Now is the Sin to buy your t. .ucr a. roooa vertical mt mowing ma chine, side delivery rake, hay 4oader, tedders, all ndy to hitch to ; also hay forks ; A. B. Batchelder, Plainfield. Vt 0tI2 DODGE TRUCK " FOR SALEVreeBTbody"; firot-clas condition, 'good .as new, 1019 model ; run about 8,000 miks. , Fisher Fsrm, Bethel, Vt. . . gif FORSALE 10 Cor I is. ehgine. 75' to 169 H.P. ; 60 steam bodexs, horicontal, vertl csl, locomotive, Scotch marine, water tub and economic types; 19 hoisting engine with and without boiler; 60 steam pumps, Gould. Deane, Cameron,. Knowles, Worthing, ton, Gordon, Smith-Vaile and Cameron; Wm. H. Wilson Iron Works, Rochester, N. Y. ttl2 FbH SATe-1 soda founuin, 2 wir-leg t: ble. 6 wire-leg chairs. 6 wire-leg stools, 1 orangeade tank, one 15-gal. ice cream cabi net, one 20-gal. ice cream cabinet. I eigar caa 4ftx2xl, 1 small counter. 1 cash regis ter, 1 sink for washing and draining glasses, 1 violin, and assortment of tins for Risking brick ice cream, 1 wood bed : tha abov gooda must be sold to settle estate; F. L. Jerd,adm Randolph. Vt 9tf FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monuments ; brightens op the lettering and make th whole monu ment look clean and new ; guaranteed : price on application; James Sullivan, 114 Park tree. Bsrre. Vt lit FOR" SALE By gal. or bbl.. BLACK DIA MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, fire and sunproof: 000 lbs. to bbl.; I' am n-ady to paint or repair your roofs: E. L. Dens more. 1 Pleassnt street 12tf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE Two cows. 6 'and 6 yr. Id". tested ; 2 hogs, weight 200 lbs. each. ; chp horse, harness. bugiry tel 214-W. tf FOR SALE ' A few moire dandy' five week old pigs; H. L. Douglas, Barre, Tel. 307-14. sits FOR SALE fen four week old pigs; Chas. v . rease, tel. yz-o. sstx FOR SALE Eight shoata. also pair heavy oxen : W. H. Orr. Veishire. tjt3 FOR SALE A Jersey heifer calf 9 mo, old". also a Smith motorwheel. cheap if taken at once: 7 Patterson street: tel. 2S6-J. 9tf f HAVE 1 YOKE OF OXEN FOR SALE -Good workers : weight about 3,000 : also a few smalt potato that would do for seed to plant; E. P. Walbridge, Cabot, Vt. 6ti HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE Three work horse, weighing about 1.500 each: W. E. Nichols, tel. R-M. 4tf FOR SALE Rubber-tired buxgy wagon for rale; inauire at 94 No. Main street Mrs. E. A. Withsm. ltf 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 $4 Stat Street Montpelier, Vermont REPAIRS for all fa-Tn machines. Don't be dis couraged about repair. If you have never tried us do so now. You'd b surprised. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 O r n re Co. ' P h o $11 so 12.S0 Horse Hoe Werder Cultivators Hand Corn Planter Hand Seeders $ so A few wheel harrows left over. W need their room. Will give out of season prices), less than coat MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Telephone WANTED REPRESENTATIVE for Philadelphia and immediate vicinity; a man of refined character. 20 years' experi ence; capable ana emcirnt ss a depend) I representative : want to hear from some reli able procressiv concern in view of making a permanent connection ; address r. a.. rial re liaiiy lime. WANTED A. place as housekeeper la small frmily : good cook ; reference given ; Mary Fushey. 70Prnspect street Bsrr. Vt 7t WANTED A position by experienced bno kT)r and stenorrapbeT ; granita efea preferrod! answer "T.," car Time efhee. 7t WANTED A plar on farm be married man : etperienced ; tenement pteferred : sd- drew "K..'Tima 7U WANTED Two-hor a ton waon. Sarram wteei, in good condition, i-in. g-rlc: state pric Alex.McR, rvton,ytStl WANTED A I or 4-room eottas. 1 id of double Unemenl house, or a downstair apartment: ail modem fmprcvement and best loraiity desired; addrws ' P V Time ltf MISCELLANEOUS LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for Sunday dinner at the lea tup inn, w atermiry, it, net ,t ,n hour ; tel. 1 1-$ Waterbury. t A FEW MOKE GARDEN LOTS ea Elmsrood venue to reor ; an piuwev i intra ire ei M. Fuller. Pen-in tri. 4t LAWN MOts r.K'4 MtAsi r .-ti -tailed lor and delivered ; 'prion $3-W ; Grnit City I Tool t o. sm . . . - as work hy the day. asulin sbe ar gae- ew pf rnem np arvuaa. tail ai s. l" fHL Booth Main strwet ar lpM Will . . . -. . k. ! . 4u-W swor T WANTED TO BUY '.'HH-i'-EST TRICES -read for rags, snaea f I ,nM Mnr. , i ,.n nillvs. -tr aisaa me snd nurture; 'pHoe ":-R. AHrsm ; ine. -' ; CASH- rRH F, TAIP for r-a. rubber. inU ! . mseiioe. hir1-. sod hg a prie!t; t.am Si'T-R- baas Gould. 11 Brook street, j 4l. I W A NTED TO fVX tnnUm- tent aasl stseras : Hmtr O. mith. M' N ' M r. alr.t tel ''- i LOST AND FOUND lOI XD A Ford hug rap: call at Time i c-fbre. l.OST - Sat l-f- r anrM 'ti beta.eJl Wncdhar ern. a irg port and P'te 1 1 ..: tiHkr pieaa retara to 1ST - twt Va -2 a biaaa rtbeid V. '.ts ran ar-iM ' t ; ra-tur 1 i A. IUjafg(jMrr. R P. KLRMSilED ROOMS 1H KfST a. - - f -'ed .w!!! 1 ':-ilt K 'ksjefir. rrr'l- tf sVsa . S -vt t ; Ha I f " TO ftFVT 7e -iap-aaa ii Iataa -a. f t ' r m 4 1 aarn rwvr d I. i. twdtrett. 1 - r-s k k fi a1-'it the !! arl wt '1 ul'ty-,;'-- - - n Vi g J v.