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THE IURRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE Btppenlngt of Interest from Different Section. Throe hundred and fiftv ocrsona Tta istered at the rest room "in St. Albans during the month of May. Rev. N. S. Hill of Woonsocket. R. I. will begin his pastorate of the Univer salist. church in Concord June 13. Mr. arrt! Mrs. Charles Chesley of I Sheffield celebrated their golden wed :i ding anniversary at the home of their on in at. Johnsbury June 2. 0. G. Hardy, an engineer on a frcleht train irom Woodsviiie, N.U., to bt. Johnsbury, was overcome by the heat i wniie on duty W ednesday and tainted. i During a tTfunder shower last week, I Lrnest, Roberts lost a bull and a heif- i r and Krnest Kdgerton lost live cows, ' killed by lightning, in a pasture at f Dorset. Leland A. Wood has resigned as Cal i edonia county agricultural agent to j become treasurer of the Plymouth ! ... : Tt u;.. i i ters in Boston. His successor has not I yet been named. While opening a bottle of soda in a i Bellows Falls store a few days ago, John Barbien of that place was bad ; ly cut when the neck of the bottle blew off and inflicted a deep wound in 'one arm that required hospital care. Herbert Pierce, teacher of the New port high school, is to give up teach ing and return to the practice of law. ' He was admitted to the Massachusetts 'bar last fall and will take the Ver 'tnont examinations here next fall. Yesterday's Boston Globe referred to the arrest of Robert E. Breyen of Wi flooski and Henry P. Beers of Richmond Hill, L. I., for the alleged illegal trans porting of a stolen automobile over' a state line. Both -were arraigned and held for the federal grand jury. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac A. Baloh ob served their 60th wedding anniversary Thursday at their home in Waterford. For 40 years Mr. and Mrs. Batch lived in the west, where he made a specialty of bee raising, which business he has carried on since living in Waterford. Mrs. Balch has been an invalid for 24 .years. ,A special attempt is to be made to morrow to find the body of Leon Re gan, the 14 year-old son or Mr. and Mrs. Henry (!age of Orleans, who was drowned about two months ago while nshiilg with two bov companions About 200 men have acreed to go to Black river to try to nnd some trace of the body. The Diplomat -hi'. ' m hi. m '.'.it , ' , i 1 , 1 1 If w rup rrKT 0F B0Y5r(?e5-We 90HT intenp to weae sroey aw , UNTIL flEXT FAIL doy) l ill r J IS .www.. wiUjj.w i i n i i1 i 111 I lU' Um'.'!; '.'4 I . H. I ' il H.f'i. r ii i i 7 , , 1 1 I tva 'sfrr "VJl m i 1 Next Monday the Vermont S'hool of Aviation will open at Springfield under the direction of (.apt, H. h. Mickney aim fcarl Osgood of Bellows rail Three students will commence the course Monday and others have al ready been enrolled to commence at a later date. Hie price for an eight week course is $4.10. Mrs. Celina C'harbonneau, the oldest resident of Bennington, died this wetfk at the age of 03 years. She was very active until three years ago, when she fell and sustained injuries which have since confined her to the bed. She was born in Montreal and when a child was chosen from her clasa in school to sing before Queen Victoria and the prince tf W ales, who were on a trip through (hat city. ' Ten bovs have arrived at the Creen Mountain Home, Inc., the agricultur al and horticultural school at Old Ben nington, founded bv Kdward T. Ever tit of that place. The students are to I tinder no personal expense while they take the three-year course, even their clothing being furnished. Of the 10 students, only two arc from Ver mont Ralph K. Headle of Rutland end James K. Williams of Bennington. One of them is Thomas D. Bowles of Seattle, Wash. There is a waiting list f Two nearly new high-priced cars Sere badly wrecked and five people yrrre injured in Bellows Falls a few days ago, when an Oldsmohile owned and ojierated by A. I. Bollcs of that place and a Franklin car owned bv diaries K. Davis of Rutland collided. There was plenty of room to turn out, but a misunderstanding of signals is supposed to have been the cause of the accident. All five persons in the two rars were thrown out and two of them were taken to the hospital, but I heir Injuries proved not serious and they remained but a few hours. The Franklin had just been purchased by Mr. Davis in Massachusetts and he was driving it to his home in Rut land. It is thought to have been wrecked lieyond rent oration. The front ff the Oldsmohile was demolished. ,.K well known resident of Brookfild ednsidora that Diogenes came ahead of hi time for had the seeker after an honest man'bncn in BrooknVld the oth ft day he would have found the object if his search. The reason for the be lief is this: The Rrookflcld man was i A ay from home a week ago and on tie) return found a dead hen laid out m his piazza. The BrooKfidd man rec ognized the hen as his property. Sev eral days later an automobile wheeled Into the yard and a man alighted and isked the owner if he had found a hen with a broken far on his piazza on a sertain date. The Brookfleld man trerred that lie had found a dead hen his piazra. and the stranger agreed It must have been the same hen. death having enmd after the motorist left. "Well. I ran oter the hen, said the tranter; "the h- didn't know any letter and I tried to dodge her but in iaia." WitH which the stranger went iown into his pn ket and bronchi forth t dollar which be insisted the ftrook lold man should take, although the ktter declared the death of the hen was only a chance of the road. In 'elling alout the story later, the Rnwikr'.eM man epreed hi regrrt :liat he had not taken the name of the Honest Man. J. W. BATES A GANDIDATE. Moretown Mao to Run for Office of As sistant Judge. Senator Jacob XV. Bates of Moretown announces that he is to be a candidate for assistant judge of Washington eountv. Mr. Bates is a native of Moretown and is one of the town'a substantial citiaens. Prior to going to the Vermont Senate he served his town in the Vermont House. Besides that he has served as town auditor and justice of the peace for some years and has been town treasurer for several vears. Senator Bates is also a mem ber of the Washington county tuber culosis commission. He stands well in the county and will command good support in seeking the position of as sistant judge. THE SUPERANNUATED EMPLOYE. GREEN-GILLED OYSTERS. Once Discarded, are Now a Big Asset to Oyster Men. Providence, R. L, June 5. How Vir ginia oyster men profited by the dis covery that green-gilled oysters which they had discarded as worthless were identical with the famous larrenncs green oysters which are considered a great delicacy in France is one of the interesting facts disclosed by Profes sor Philip H. Mitchell of Brown uni versity, in an informal resume of his researches in oyster rnlture. In the joint effort of the federal bu reau of fisheries and the Rhode Island state shellfish commission to deter mine the causes of a decline of the oy ster industry and to devise remedies the aid of Brown university was sought. Professor Mitchell has been ob serving the oysters of Karragansett bay for five years partly while he was serving as director of the federal fish eries biological station at Woods Hole, Mass. The explanation of "green-gill n oysters was one of the things which he sought and found. I'racticallv no part of the animal. said Professor Mitchell, "except the gills shows any unusual color, and this U a pale greenish gra v. The con dition seldom appears in American oy sters. Occasionally, however, sporadic outbursts lasting one or two seasons appear among the Virginia oysters. They correspond exactly to the de scriptions of the famous green oysters of Marreunes on the coast of France. I was able to show that thev are ex actly the same thing and produced in the same way. "When it was sliown during the re cent outbreak of green-gill in Virginia that they were of the genuine Mar- rennes type, what previously had been loss to oyster men liecame an as set and green pills from the Vireinia lxvls were sold to leading hotels in New York and Washington," said Professor Mitchell. He explained that all oysters feed on microscopic plants called diatcims and that when a certain species of diatom is abundant in the water the oysters absorb its peculiar and charac teristic pigment and store it away in the gills, which gives them their green ish tint.' Such ovters he described as extra fat and very luscious." Another problem attacked was the causa of a bluish green ctilur ome- times seen in oysters. This was found to tie due to the presence of ooppiM which oyster absorb from seawater. Professor Mitchell said that amount of copper small enough to escape de tection were not dangerous to tiealtb and that discolored oysters never were marketed until after they had been trarnlnted to a region where they could slowly free themselves from the copper. "If anyone should attempt to eat. them," he' remarked, "he would probably never manage to swallow the first one. The pronounced taste of the copper- compounds is, to say the least, unpalatable." Retirement Bill Will Add to Efficien cy of Government Departments. ..'President W51on has . signed the bill to retire on part pay the aged em ployes of the departments at Wash ington and the new law will be effec tive in P0 days. With the coming of that law and its application it will be possible to work real reforms in the departments and develop an efficiency that has not been ahown before. The law ought to bring large returns in the application of principles of hu manity and economy. In all efforts to modernize methods and develop efficiency in the depart ments at Washington, the problem of what to do with the old employes has come up early and ben puzzling. The departments are tilled with very old men and women, those who have given a lifetime to their task, rendered faith ful service, drawn small pay, and in old age would be helpless if thrown out of the one place where they know the work to be done. Public conscience would not support the idea of throwing them out of em ployment in the days of their de pendence even though public economy argued strongly against retaining them in place. They are incapable of rendering economic service. Many of them totter to their desks and are able to do only mere routine work. 1 Reorganization of the department along the line of operating economy and business efficiency ia utterly im possible until they are disposed of. j f The civil service retirement law opens the way. Their going will open the door for reorganization along business I lines and the opportunity should be j utilized. Ohio State Journal. Preparednes. Hearing an old lady on the car crooning over something she held in her lap, we looked across, and were instantly reminded of the following rhyme: There was an old maid of Nantucket Who never stirred out of the house But she carried her cat in her bas ket For fear of meeting a mouse. Boston Transcript. If You Live to, Be 100 as long as you live you will receive definite unvarying . income monthly, j quarterly, semi-annually, or annually, as you prefer, by enrolling as an an nuitant now. The regular income con tinues no matter to what age you live. Consult us. National Life 'Ins. Co. (Mutual.) 8. R. Ballard, generaj agent, Rialto block, Montpclier, Vt. Estate op eastman t. hopkins 8tt of Vermont, District of Wsshinulon, . Tht honorable probate court for the dis trict cf Washington, to all persons Interr ed in the estate of Eastman T. Hopkins, lt of Cabot, in said district, deceased. GREETING : At aprobate court, holden at Montpelier, within and for said district, on the 28th day of May, 1920. an instrument purporting to b the last will and testament of Eastman T. Hopkins, late of Cabot, in said district, deceased, was presented to the court afore said, .for probate. And it ia ordered by eaid court that the 16th day of June. 1920, at the probate office In said Montpclier, be assiirned for prov ing" aaid instrument; and that notice there of be Riven to all persons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively In the Barre Daily ' Times. newspaper circulating In that vicinity, In said district, previous to the time appointed. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the probate el said will, if you have cause. Given under my hand at Montpclier, in said district, this 28th day of May, 1920. r RANK J. MARTIN, Judge. May29June6-12 Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wanta. Lost snd Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short adver tisements at the rate of three linea for twenty.flve cents for ths first insertion an five cents for each subsequent Insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE ESTATE OP MURDO C. McIVER IF MOTHERS ONLY KNEW Stste of Vermont, District of Washington, ss. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested In the estate of Murdo C. Mclver, late of the city of Barre, in said district, deceased, GREETING : WHEREAS, said court has assigned tn 17th d&v of June nnt for examining and allowing- the account of the administrator of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue ef said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof he given to all persons Inter ested in said estate by nublishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a news paper published at the city of Barre, in said dlMrW. THEREFORE, you sre hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpclier, m said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, .and to establish your rtgnt as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 28th day ef May. 1920. FRANK J. MARTTN, Judge. May29June6-12 FOR SALE GOOD PIECE OF RESIDENCE PROPERTY NEAR CfJRRIER PARK, CITY OF BARRE : INQUIRE OF GEO. L. MORRIS, ROOM 1, BOLSTER BLOCK. t7tf 'GREENLEIGH7ii 206S! Main street, for sale; the ssmi-bungalow residence of the lste W. F. Milne, built within years ; con tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tubs, cement cel lar floor and steam heat: henhouse and Z ex tra lots go with the property ! apple trees, berry bushes, etc., and garden In good con dition : apply , to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel. 29-ML ' 7tf FOB SALE Two-story. "-tenement house. with good barn and cellar under house and barn,' all in good repair; each tenement has i rooms, electric lights and bath : plenty of garden for both tenements i the barn could, for a small amount of money, be made Into a t-room tenement : this is good property to buy foi- home or investment : sit uated at 14 Clark street: price right: tele phone 6-R or inquire at 21-22 Howlond building; ElwinJU Scott. tf FOR SALE On Montpelier road, i miles from Barre. 8-room house, modern Im provemetita ; large piazsa with vines on t sides ; barn and henhouse and about 2 acres of good land : will sell at a reasonable price and terms if desired; Mrs. H. S. Miles, tel. 217-X after 6 p. re. SMtf ' - FARMS FOR SALE; "'farm tor sale One of the 'beat farms in Williamatown, Vt.. eom-istlng of about 160 acres ; about SO acre tillage, easy to carry on, balance In pasture and wood, Including 1,200 sugar trees ; never-failing sprinr water at house end barn ; this is the home farm of the late Luther J. Bailey and situated 2 mllea from Williams town village, 1 mile from river road; inspection of farm is invited; Lefie A. Bailey, administratrix. 6tS HELP WANTED MALE WANTED All-around machinist; Granite vilj- iDoito,, iei. euuf WANTED Local manager for marvelous au tomobile invention ; doubles power, mile age, efficiency ; saves its cost first day ; en dorsed by thousands: a permanent position worth $100 weekly; sample outflt and Ford car lurnisnea tree; write quick; Ovee Com pany, Dept. 1481, iouisville, Ky. Jun-20t2 WANTED Bellboy ; rood job for "the right sina ot a boy; apply at once; Hotel Barre. 69t3 WANTED AT ONCE ; A FEW MORE ' GOOD CHOPPERS . . ALSO SOME CRACKING GOOD JOBS OF CUTTING AND SKIDDING t SOFT WOOD LUMBER TO LET STAFFORD & TINDALE F. H. GOODRIDGE, MGR. PLAJNF1ELD, VT. 9U2 Theusane ef Children Suffer from W and Their Mothers De Not Know What ths Trouble Is. Signs of worms are.: Constipation, sour stomach, deranged stomach, swollen upper lip, offensive breath, hard anl lull belly with occasional gripings and pains about the navel, pale face of leaden tint, ryes heavy and dull, twitching eyelids, itchin of ths nose, itching of the rectum, short dry cough, grinding of the teeth, "ittle red points sticking out on the tongue, stsrting during sleep, slow fever. Mrs. H. N. Roberts, 02 Asylum street, Flint, Mich., used Dr. Trues Elixir for her little baby girl when she was sick. Mrs, Roberta wrote to Dr. J. T. True Co.: "My little girl k cured of her worms." And ia a later letter wrote: "Baby Is rne and I think it was your medicine (Dr. True's Elixir, The Family Laxative and Worm Expeller) that helped her.' If your child ia ill, start riving Dr. Truss Elixir at once. Buy Dr. T rue's Elixir at your dealer's at ooce. Three sixes. Adv. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OP WHEELER J. BATCH ELDER The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district ef Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demands of all rxrsons against the estate of Wheeler i. Batrhelder, late of I'lainfield. in said dis trict, deceased, and all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the residence of the lata Wheeler J. Batrhelder, in the town of Plainfteld, in said district, on the 28th day of June and 1st day of October next, from 1 o'elock p. m. until 4 o'clock p. m.. on each of said days, and that six months from the 8d day of April, A D. 1920, la the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Plainlield, this 3d day of June, A. D. 1920. I.EE TOWNSEND, DEAN P. TOWN, Commissioners. Jufl5-12-1 SPECIAL REASONS FOR SALE OF THESE Every One of Which is Worth More Than the Price Asked No. 1432. 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 ef lay if in shape-one of the beat meadows in town, minmngs are in need ot some repairs bits the price is so low no account need be tajien of repairs necessary ; In fact. the land alone should be worth all the owner aslut for the property. Contains from 80 to 100 acres: four miles from Barre and within easy drive to Montpelier. Price, I4.000.0v. No. 1433. Sold to close an estate: 70 acre farm with two-story house, about fl Ve nn d one-half miles from the eity and about the same from Plainlield; good soil; sugar buiih and fruit orchard : bam needs some repairs but it is seldom one can get so de sirable s place at the price; only $1,700. Will include good two4torte wagon, sugar tools, some hay and straw, also some house hold furniture if sold at once. A STEADY POSITION Is open for a first class letter cutter in one of the best shop in New Jersey; excellent climate'; onion shop; adHress Monmouth Granite Co., Free hold, N. J 68t3 WANTED An experieneed"7oreman to take charge of monumental works I employ about twelve men ; address C. Schleiter's Sons, Freedom, Pa- 2tf WANTEDMen for wood turning fathei bench saw and work in lumber yard. Good pay and steady work. Roy Brothers, East Barnet, Vt , 62tl2 COME TO TEXAS WANTED AT ONCE Three of four first class granite cutters ; open shop, 44 hours a week, at $1.00 per hour, for men that ean and will deliver the goods ; good shop and equipment; steady work all year round; one of the best towns in the greatest state in the union. Sherman Steam Marble ft Grew its Worka,8herman, Texas; . ' 62tl2 WANTED A board sawyer ; F. E. Downing. 22 Cliff streeL tel. 144-W. Orange Co. tel., Washington. Wtf WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Woodbury, Vt ; open shop quarry from Mar. 1, 1920: wanted now, 2 complete derrick1 erewa : I have a general store and fumish goods to men in my employ at wholesale prices: houses rent at $8.00 to $10.00 per month; surface quarry and rood machinery; write for more information and state your experi ence in a granite or marble quarry : will hire a few apprentices ; E. R. Fletcher, Woodbury. Vt. -Wtf FOR SALE FOR SALE Three 8 ii Inner" tubes'Ind tire cover; H. W. Bosley. 104 bouth Main street, Barre. jo FOR SALE Two lots, on west shore of Joe s Pond, with 1 share In water system; W. b. S ?rd.JLCs' v 'OtS FOR SALE A few bushels of nice Green Mountain potatoes ; H. E. Beard Co Orange, Vt. ; tel. 387-U. 69t2 FOR SALE A Royal" Standard Magee" heat er, in good condition, 60-ft garden hose with nozzle, a lawn mower, newly sharpened, 20 ft ladder, 60 gallon oil tank such as used in stone sheds for machine oil, solid oak baby high chair, 1 oil gas burner; all these goods are good as new ; cheap if taken at once; F. Provost, tel. otm-12, Hillside 8ta. FOU SALEA couch, feather bed, baby tar ruvge, 4 wire spring beds, S mattresses, I bedsteads W. F. Shepard's farm, Granite yw.nytimthis week. 7tf rOR SALE A 6-pasaenger Overland, new tires, m good running order; model 79: price $360, or will exchange for roadster: ivt near Talc Mine; E. Robinson, Water- FOR SALE Ford truck in good condition; will tell reasonably; D. Torre, S Vine street. ESTATE OF ELI D. RICHARDS PATENTS Writ for Full Particular and Term HIGHEST REFERENCES BEST RESULTS PROMPTNESS ASSURED WATSON E. COLEMAN Patent Lawyer 624 F Street. N.W Waabina too. D. C. sETNA-AUTO Combination Insurance with agents in every city GiTet automobile owner complete protection against loss by: LIABILITY for Personal Injuries LIABILITY for Darnmge to Property COLLISION Damage to Automobile FIRE, Lightning, Explosion, Water Damage -THEFT, Cyclone, Tornado, Transportation LOSS. OF VbE of Auto during Rt-paira J. W. DILLON, Agent 'Phone 31 R Barre, Vermont State of Vermont, District of Washington, ss. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to the heirs and all persons interested in the estate of Eli D. Richards, late of the city of Harre. in said district, derced. GREETING: WHEREAS, application hath been made to .this court in writing, by the executor of the last will and le&tamrnt of said dareased, preying for license and authority to sell all of rewl estate of said deceased, for the pay ment of debia and charges of administration, setting forth therein the amount cf debts due from said deceased, the charges r-t ad ministration, and the amount of personal entat snd the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the 3d day of June. 190, at the probate office in Montpclier. in said district, to hear and decide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to all persons interested therein, by publishing said order, together with the time and place of hearing, three weeks aucceanively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates in the neigh borhood of thrae persons interested in said estate, all which publications shall 'be previ ous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place assigned, then and there tn said court to make your objections to the granting ef such license, if you see cause. !iven under my hand at ."ontpelier, in said district, this 4th day of .lune, 120. f RANK J. MAK1I.N. Ju4ge. Jun&-12-1 No. Hll. 90 acre place In Cabot; 40 acres in practically level tillage. Will keen ID to 16 head of stock: tine house and barn all up- in shape; good stable; good house containing nine rooms, part have hard wood floors ; Iocs ted on main road only one mile from station and store. It you want a real good home, this will appeal to you. Owner tstimatisi the plare will cut 100 cords pulp wood. Price 14600.00. Lumber is high snd still going op end there is money to be msde on this Orange lot of ISO acres which can be bought for 1170(1.00. Estimated to cut from ton,. (MO to sCO.OAO ft., only three-fourth mile from mill. Worth looking into. No. I3S2. Plainfteld Farm. One ef ths best producers in town and only three and one-balf or four miles from Barre City; 100 acres of fine producing land tillage, slopes just enough and the pasture has nearly all been plowed. Cut nearly AO tons of hay last year, besides other crops : good fruit orchard and sugar bush of 600 maples ; plare has carried SO head of stock and there are tie upa for that number; eight-room brick house and SO ft. basement barn : good water : near school. Price $6,600.04 with J-'uO.OO or 12600.00 down. HELWANTEDFEMALE WOMAN WANTED AT ONCE -To do housework on a farm. No washing .Iron ing or cooking : wages 136 e month ; write to "O" cane Times. 68 ts WANTED A kitchen girl ; apply' at jack's Restaurant ULi!64-W. tf WANTED A respectable middle-aged wom an for a housekeeper; do not mind if she has a child: Myron Eggleaton, Bradford. Vt, P. OBoie 172. St WANTED Housekeeper by young American 1 farmer, someone who wishes a good home rather than high wages ; please state wages expected in first Itttcr: address Edward Preble. BmsFitxdale, Vt. WANTED A waitress at Montpeiier Coun try Club ; good wages : apply to Matron. I st3 You ean fcuy a home in the city NOW cheaper, than you will be able to little later. This is a fine time to purchase a home in the city or country. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. IIEININGER howland bld SURGEON DENTIST thon tUT FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CLRRIER Bt'ILDING, PARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR RFTTS.BIE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, VKTHOLAS. SONORA TAI KING MA CHINES, RECORDS, SHEET Ml'SIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt. CHEAPER TO PUT CP AT THE LAKE SHORE HOUSE than to hirr m roUac- RAff.ftb1 rmttm wilh poo rrflmi'ittiofiii. wtth fmrue and livrry connrt4. TUphen 15- West Danville, Vt PIANO TUNING Five years Everett piano Factory Two years Hallett A Davis Piano Factory One year rhi-. ing Warrroora Five years Clark t MrMaster B. ARTHUR REED Tel :-M Bog 146. Montpelier. Vt Leave orders at Bailey's M ate Rooroa, Barre. tel. 3(-W HOWARD H.REID,D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone K9-M DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ; Case ia Point. ilrs. A. "One urn a time" is the srfinnine cf mot faiTT st.ru-s. Mrs. B 1 irtv hu-l.srnl fairy sto ies bejrsn after le had !en i-nre uj-n .J;me. BoMon Trsnsttif t. ' Ssrr.e Pnac. h You know what yen a r about rr! who I its in tl rHue. He nr? That t her ran jmpe hy with the j"srl. ! isn't it -v'o 1 maul if.t "Where, Oh, Where?" With roiirh courtesy, horn of a fmi tip, the railway porter Utoked through the winnow tt the ,ar. ofv s5 w,i Building Your rMrtrtjantesu is on ti,p, ir! Teiernonc Connertioe hr said. lOU KFIiril'R': ? e.m to 12 m and I to ts Thanks!" replied the pa rtk-er. Monday. Ieday. i auraoay ana t noay "Tell Vhe man to start ! Where's the man to drive you. sir?" asked the porter. "What! ln"t he on the Hr. "Yes, sir; and wheres the man to dm y4i'" -Where? IfcdtTt sag he n on the hvl? sir: but where is the man to drive you?" demanded the p,rter with i(m i wsninj ptin.-e. ""Hare it a"'"" rmired the etapersted peerper. "Veu'ts jul said be ws on the bos.;" - . t... ..,.-. Then i.k of en: rMerm, tat .toie -kir.?to. sr-J rrn the I,wr.'iT't r.1 -e.1f1 .ifep'V "I arlf Terrs. e Ar."ert Dr. Thomas R. Tomasi DENTIST Room IS, Miles Building OITICE HOUR.: te II. I te t, T ts I Tete4ose lJ-W GAGE &-GAGE Chiropractors 9 to IS e. m.. T,Hst. WMin. r.. s"r',sr: te m. Monday. "A ein"lay, ThursHay ana riasr : t te I P . Tveeaay and ThnrsHae. Montrwlier Tueeaay, Tveiay ist Saturday. 19 so te It m. m. : Kenday. Wednesday and Friday. 1 ROOM 1. CtRRITR ItLK.; ftarre Te! ;.W PERRY & NOONAN vatxertxro fuveral ftrvishings Hospital Asibulaere Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmcrs Cerr4 So . FARMS FOR SALE 40-AC RE FARM in Marshfleld. U ml from . . i j . , . T . poswiricv on v ; . i ubu , mcauon ene OI he bea.; a largs IS story house. 10 roorns. sll in fine shape; varandas both sides, tele phone and share of stock: 80-L barn with basement, built S yrs. ago: running water to house snd barn ; garage, henhouse and toolhsuae: buildings all painted; land lays WANTED CHAMBER MAIDS WHITE MOUNTAIN HOTEL LONG SEASON. JUNE TO OCTOBER 1JTH 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 WHITEF1ELD, N. H. t7 VVANTEblktONCEAn; irdeTlicat the Tierce A Clark Restaurant, 0 Main street Montpelier. Vt : tl.J4. tM WANTED AT ONCE Kitchen girl; CheWei Inn. Chetee. Vt 7tf WAITRESSES Also chamber maids for the summer season : anplv Wm. M. Gale, Mar. Lake Morey Club. Feirlee. Vt 6tf PJP1L NURSES WANTTTB -Young woWn te train ss nurses at Barre City Hosnital. Barre. IStf WANTED A middle-aged woman for gen era housework : state wages : address Mrs. Cullen Msrtin Windsor. Vt 12tf WANTTD Pupil rurs and attendants at the Taunton State Hospital : wages 15 0 pee month with maintenance; for particulars s.'drcss Dr. Arthur V. Go's. Snpt, Tsunton Mate Hosnital. Taunton. Msae. 24tf ONE PORTABLE GARAGER8A"LE ,llt 12x18 feet; c- M'llar. If. 0. Box 184, JJarre. gf FOR S A LE Household-? u rnitu re, including oJi stoves, refrigerators, carriages snd Perfection oil stoves; A brum r ine,-4tj Maple ienue. CBA(fE ANTS-EarlTTrsrWake: field, 10c per doien, 36c per 60. 66c per hundred. Booth, Cherry street; tel. 86-7-Y, ?arre- tmio FARMERS Now ia the time to buy your Walter A. Wood vertical lift mowing tna chine, side delivery ralte. hay loader, tedders, all ready to hitch to; also hay forks; A. B. Batchelder, Flainfeld. Vf. 0tl2 DODGE TRUCK TOR SALE-Sereen body ;' firat-ciase. condition, good as new, 19l model ; run about 3,000 miles. Fisher Farm, Bethel, Vt. jltj f wRnSAi'f: - ""COTliaTengtnea. ' 7 io 160 . . ; . MVIUVUW . di cel. locomotive, Scotch marine, water tubs ... ecuiiomic types ; ill hoisting engines with and without boilers; 60 steam bumps, tould. Deane, Cameron, Knowles, Worthlng Jon, Gordon, Smith-Vails and Cameron: Wm. H. Wilson Iron Works. Rochester. N V. FOR SALE 1 soda fountain, 2 wire-leg ta bles, 6 wire-leg chairs. wire-leg stools. I orangeade tank, one 16-gal. ice cream cabi net, one 20-gal. ice cream cabinet, 1 cigar ease 4ftx2xl, 1 small counter, 1 cash regis ter, 1 sink for washing and draining glasses, 1 yiolin, and assortment ef tins for making brark ice cream, 1 wood bed ; the above gooda must be sold to settle estate; F. L. Jerd.adm.. Randolph,Vt 9tf FOR SALE A preparation-for cleaning granit j and marble monuments : brightens up the lettering and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new: guaranteed: prices on application: James Sullivan, 114 Park street, Barre, Vt lgtf. FOR SALE fly gal. or fibl.. BLIXKTMA-' MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT: water, weather, Ore and sunproof; gOO lbs. to bbl. J I am rmdy to peint or repair your roofs: K. I,. Denfmore. 1 Pleasant street. 12tf j LI VE STOCK FOR SALE i FOR SALE Four-wecka-old pigs; F. A. Fl'nt Williamstown ; Orange County tele phone 14-5. TOtl FOR SALE - Five cows, fresh" thia7pring ; tubirculin tested; W. R, Swift, R. F. r. . nmrre, vu 7016 FOR SALE -Two cows, 6 nnd Vm7ni, tcatcd; 2 hogs, weight 200. lbs. .-sch. ; ih-so horse, hamesa, buggy; tel. 814-W. 9tf FOR SALE A few more dandy Ave" weeks old pigs; H. L. Douglas, Barre, TeL 307-14. 8t FOR SALE Ten four weeks old pigs ; Chas". W. Penke. teL 392-6. 8t3 FOR SALE-Eight, stoats, also pair heavy oxen ; W. H. Orr. Vershire. 8t3 FOR SALE A Jersey heifer calf 9 mos. eld, also a Sm'th motorwheel. cheap If taken at once: 47 Patterson street: tel. 238-J. 6tf I HAVE 1 YOKE OF OXEN FOR SALE Good workers : weight about 3.000 : also a few small ooatne thst would do for seed to plant: E. P. Walbridge, Cabot Vt 5tS "llORS i ESA NDV E H ICLEs"" GOOD YOUNG HORSES FOR SALE From 1.000 ths. to 1,40 lbs. each; J. A. Snence. Berkley Htll.j Stl2 FOR SALE Three wo'khorses. weighing: about 1,600 each; W. E. Nichols, tel. 6SS-M. (4tf FOR' 8'ALERiibW-tfi"ed'buggy wagon for aale: inoulre at 94 No. Main street. Mrs. E. A. W'ltham. Sltf WARNING ! MA LE A NT) FE MA LE H ELP EARN 110 a day gathering roots and herbs: ginseng grows wild like weeds ; roiling tz4 per lb.; grow in your yard; we buy the roots ; free book ; Botanical 33. West Haven. Conn. Junl-6t2 MEN-WOMEN, over 17. wanted to" become government clerks: $100 month up: write lmraeHiately for free list positions now open pasturea, quite a quantity of timber weud ; a nice borne for someone. New York te rkerbeerg, Beethasspten IMPERATOR Jen 19, July 17. Asf. 14 MAURITANIA Jely I AQL ITAMA . . . Jaly 31. Aag. IS 5ew Torlt fa Lirerpsoi VESTRIS Jane 1 K. A. VICTORIA . Jane 12, Jely 17 H'sJls at Queens town New Yerk te Ply ate th, Oerbeerg, Leaden CAROM A Jane 2. Jaly 29 New Yerk te Plymeeth. Cherbearg A eethaasteei ROYAL GEORGE Jane 21 New Yerk. Londonderry A Gleegew COLUMBIA Jaly I, Jsly 31, Aag. 31 FOREIGN DRAFTS MONEY ORDERS By Letter ee Cable Entlaud. Ireland. Scotland, Italy, Franc. Portne,!, Hol land, Belgium, Greece. Cumrd Steamship Co., Ltd. 126 State St., Boston, 1 Or Leeel Agente warm; smooto, machine-mowing fields, good ' Franklin Institute, Dent. 4 1 K. Rochester. and I r,. mays-i-z2-ziwun;M;- HELP WANTED Young men and women U take positions as attendants at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Water bury : to those who desire, an opportunity of fered to attend n arses' tranling course; ap ply at hospital. Waterbury. Vt lttf i 140-ACRE FARM in Msrahfietd, llj ml. from postrice ; J-story s house in good shape: (end big bam just recently built ever; letiflipped with litter carrier and horse fork; sned room and too. house.. Urge henhouse. ; running water to house and barn: large ap- ( pie orchard, run amenta ntre-laying fields I plenty of pasturing, the right kind: esti mated luo M. It or lumber and a lot ef wood ; this farm will run 16 cow and teem and ran easily be made to do more: someone ought to get interested in this deal quick when they see It and find rut .the price. FOR SALE A dandy place Marshnrld village on Creamery street ; house, kern and henhouse large enough for 200 hens : an acre ef the best ef land : nice rooms In house, hardwood floors, electric lights, run ning water and evervthtne in fine shape shout the rloee; owner rebuilt and repaired for a nice home, and having the misfortune of losing his wife the property is for sale at a bargain. These properties, both farms end village, era advertised to sell ; alto hsve more. A. R. COLE, Agent Marshfield. Vt. Tel. 12-2 Psrre Tel. eon no tion. 4I6-W SEE US fx OUR NEW LOCATTOM We are new ready te serve both 4 end new f-uslmrers with ruth rrsc ef Jewelry, hrpetr work nannteesL O. J. DODGE, th? Jeweler 24 ELM STIUET f OLE A CENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN" MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Ist FMr, etr-ternlle ard t,tanite ,l;e to Barre Vi ii:.sratn tt Farm . Is-e. and he ' LB di'tsnt try $5.fgl 7 00 te s.J n M. J. WHITCOMB. Easf IUrr, Vermont TS.I a run v a ajsuer WANTED Six Second-Hand Indian Side CarsWill pay $20 to $70 cash. I have for sale 1 1918 3-?peed Indian tw in electric equirivd $310 with side car. One 1920 Ford tourins: car. start er and Lights. One 1918 3 fpced twin with fide car, for $300. Try a Free. HercuNv Spark ring A. M. FLANDERS te7 5t. Ma:a St. Barre, Vt CHAIRS Dining Room Chairs, Rocking Chairs. High Chairs, and many other kinds. Come lit and look them over. We can save you money. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Marshfleld, Vt. HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Downstairs tenement of S rooms, pantry and bath, electric lights and large garden, together with barn privileges : va cant June 16: aituatad at 14 Clark street: telephone f-S-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland building. Elwin L. Scott. ')tf TENEMENT TO, RENT A downstairs temC ment with large barn and 2 large rardens at SS Berlin street: inquire Mrs. Eugenie Granger, Is Maple Grove, or Mise Jeanetre Grsnrer at TUden's Shoe Store. 7tf TENEMENT TO RENT-S rooms, bath, elee trie lights, gas ; inquire at 4s Pearl street. Srtf TO RENT -room cottaee on Branch street, newly repaired; call IfJ-IS: F. H. Nieholi 6tf TO RENT-CigM-room house, upper Wash ington street, connected with sewer, hen house and barn : in acres of ti Jage and pas ture : Mrs. lUHie Smith. 47 Patterson street, tel. ISS-J. 4tj T EN E M ENTTO RENT All modern: iu. outre Mrs. James Ahem. 41 Eao4 street. tel. 24S-W. itf TO 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. Msnsger 84 Stste Street Montpelier. Vermont REPAIRS for all farm machines. TVrn't be dis couraged about repairs. If yoa have never tried us do so now. You'd be surprised. MARSH-ALLEN CO. K. E. Tel. 140 Orange Co. 'Phone Horse Hoes $11. M V, eerier Ji.M Cultivators 1st Hand Corn Planters I.T Hand Seeders . S.ftt A few wheel harrows left over. We need their room. Will give out of season prices. less than cost. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 140 Orange County Telephone WANTED WANTED Place to board or care for Portu guese poidle: rail 1-R before f p. m. : plsce with children barred. 70U REPRESENTATIVE lor rniiadeipma and immediate vicinity: a ai.cn of refined character. 20 Man' ciperi enre: capable and efficient aa a dependable representative: wnnta to hear from some reli able, progressive concern in view ef malting a permanent connection ; address "P. A., Psrre Ilsily Times. 9tJ WT&TF.D A position bv experienced beot keesser and stenographer: granite erHce preferred: answer "T.," rare Times office. t . WANTED Two-horse stone wsgon. Sarven wtteel. in good condition, i-ia. athr: state pnee: Ales. MeRae. Orouxi, Vt Stl MISCELLANEOUS LIBERATION NOTICE I hlVT B!vr1 HIT eWsfl. C! F. HaWVfl. llM time, and I hrrhy warn li puKlwr that on n4 svfttr tfia tlat 1 milt Fxt km mipofyn'bic for anr biib ronir-tTi by him, nor ill 1 T. E BACON ViHUiMliWti. Vt. lft 4, l?'fl. "ARCHIE" JOHNSTON SALES STABLE 1 SOITH MAIN STREET. BARRE If YoU Want Good Horses ! See Our Stock f1' UaUJi .' aa'ij "' nesaii n ' ' 'T Ei4CTC owrewv ll rso A'i. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for Sunday dinner at the Tea Cue. Inn, Wnterbury. Vt not later than Saturday morning ; luncheon served. St all hours: tel. 11-2 Waterbar. J EAWN MOWERS SHARPENED Called for and delivered; 'phone I3e-W ; Granite City Tool Ce. 4tf " ANYONE DESIRING M AN WITH KO ESC to work by the day. hauling aches er gar bage er cleaning up around, call en E. Nt Sell. ( South ataln street, eg Selepbene Will Psce. 4-W. setf WANTEDTOJBUY HIC.HEST PRICES Paid for rags, tncga sinea. papers. Iron, rubbers. er. alee ,11ms ead furniture: 'phone 'H-R. Abrnm JtI RENT I'ive-rvwm downstairs tenement at S4 Marie avenue: bath. aa ranee, eier- trie lishu: inquire at 21 Chtsrrh stnet er el. 8ST-M. s.'tf TO RENT Five-room tenement with garden at ft EJatwaed avenue; apply at same ed. drees. rtf TO RENT--Smsll tenement at" No. 17 Addi. son plsce: I10.SO per moe. Ji; Inquire ef F. M. Vi'hi'e. ft t'pland avenue. S:f t?) RENT Three-room tenement at IS West street hot and cold water, gas and electric r l . . iM..;M -r g 1 c v 1 . ,.i tia-V iin asB.e ..i j Eine. lSe-VV er R-M.v Ifrtf CASH PRICE.". PAID for rags, rubbers.' me. m"irvT"" T "1 1 V""i" ".'1 " " in " I sh. wicesrines. hides, snd bsg a specialty! TOw2 iSXiCSjZ: B"r:;. TO-RRVr -Entirelf separste s-r-JioSliJVi rs. : in rood repair; Mrs. Edith M. crr I - l 1 . lVTAIRSTFVEVENTTO-RENT Five! . I" L RNISH EI) ROOMS roctrs at 4S Msrie avenoe : wor-hed. eler. Fl RNISHED ROOMS TO -vstNT At trie hrhta : inqutre ef Mrs. Shallow. Kerth avenue. t Foravtte p!-e. 44tf j Fl'RNISHEn ROOM TO RENT Vail at t TO RENT Feur-rwwe tenement wHh "gar-j Wrrbent street ;teerhoe.e ysT-R. 'l den art herhc-w: a Wo other teormenf : j fy KB.NT-A very nice turnwhed ror-a wit V-. J T allagt-sn. 44 Park street, tet lujrt KoeVeixT( pnviiegea f deair-d : 1T4-W. 4!,?srr' at S Halt street. SU TO RFNT-i-m-m rot-are. ell newtv reiat- to RF.T-Twerons m istmsn brkl ed and pattered : weod-td. large he-n ad fnn,ld mr uafurnnbed foe lurht bouse Serhew: alee Isrge re -On : "4r May jc- ,., ,., of C 1 vteod-erta. tel. er call at S South Tdtm st-w " asct to eee hmwtr. 41rf ! . TO PFVT S-room tenement. 1st fior The! N'Mrrhem : s4 modem: rr y at l.'C Noti- ' Msm street. I4f , TO RENT - T.eemeot at ? Merehart s' t aleo 4 tene-wents en Wi!ley et-ret. ail tn Frvt-elfti ehere: tW treprisniBqi ts POULTRY AND EGGS tr.c.tl TiR HTCHIN'i-F'm my pros VrV4 f"! S "- n, H.ji. kJL Ceo. W. Vsn S4 w'eUinrwm et-wet. I.'tf TrNEVEVT TO PFVT at (r-lsWi. 1 V Msia street I of P.. Te-rer after ; p. as. I slrt. Psrre. IfOR RFNT" . ged "r.rnrn reemei I sp-"ng wate, hath fstrhe'er s:-w H V.. P-v rV-ts-er hWk 14tf COTTSf.r; HOt TO RENT --On ""Vine C- U vVeodwertJv. Lasunaa i vifiimr ilwh f C. K 1. I hite Wvsets Vs-:n et-e'n, rev lOfl and til fw U.B. F. AtbeeoM. 1 s'erwer.. Vt. : e JMs Z HI SINESS OPPORTUNITIES ' - .a! 'm , itHjeiir hrtrr rf ' r . I W1s wr-. I OST AND KOUNI) reward If bee