THE BAltRE DAILY TTMES, BARRE, VT., TITURSDAT, JUKTG 10, 1020.
ABOUT THE, STATE
Htppealagi of Interest frw
Mr. and Mrs. li. B. Wilcox of St
Albans observed their fiOth wedding
anniversary dune 8. Mr. Wilcox is
71 years old and his wife is 70.
Roy Pior of Middleburr was ax
rested Sunday; charged with having
snort trout in his possession, and was
nnea ana costs, which he paitl.
One hundred and sixty-five tree,
elm and poplars, are to be set out
on the streets of Newport to replace
tnose which .have been cut down.
The Woodlawn Farm Machinery Co.,
an Illinois corporation, has' brought
suit in Kutland county court to .recor
er $1,200 from S. J. I.obdell of Wells.
It involves collection on a promissory
note. . ,
Work on the state armory at Rut
land was begun Friday, when ground
M'as broken for the $125,000 structure.
Tt is to be of brick and terra cotta
three stories high. The contract has
been awarded to a Boston firm. It is
expected it will be completed in five
or six months.
Because someone threw away a paint
pail which contained a little of the
mixture, Frank D. K. Stowe of Brat
tleboro lost a registered Guernsey heif
er valued at $200 from poisoning from
tasting the paint. The pail had been
thrown over the pasture wall, on top
of which are barbed wires.
SECOND PAYMENT, INCOME TAX
Is Here On Or Before June IS State
ment By Collector Kennedy.
The following information for the
guidance of taxpayers in the payment
of the second installment of their in
come tax for the year 1919 is given out
by the collector of internal revenue,
"Bills for the second installment of
the income tax for 1919, due on or be
fore June 15, have been mailed to tax
payers. Unlike those of last year, the
bills are non-detachable and are ex
pected to be returned intact, accom
panied by check of money order.
"Payment in this manner is partic
ularly desirable. It helps the taxpay
er by saving him a trip to the office
of the collector or branch office, and "it
helps the government by avoiding con
gestion at the cashier's window during
the last few days preceding the date of
payment. Besides a check is a receipt,
"Failure of a taxpayer to receive a
hill does not relieve him of his obliga
tion to pay his tax within the time
specified, lo avoid penalty and inter
est the tax must be in the office of the
collector or branch office on or before
June 15 .
"Checks or money order should be
made payable to 'collector of internal
revenue.' Payments may be made at
me omce ot the collector, Burlington
: "J. E. Kennedy, Collector."
Ol' John 3. Thrift, Sr.
1 1 mm . i j mi II
Among the many Interesting eases of nerv
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aid of Bitro-Phosnhata is that of Mrs. Rosa
Harria, who was thin and nervous when she
began, weighing- 101 pounds. While using
Bitro-Phosphate faithfully, aha had reached
134 pounds, a desirable weight for her. The
improvement In Mrs. Harris' appearance was
so great, that friends of hers wars amazed.
Bitro-Phoephate aids in overeotnlng many
cases of neurasthenia, brain or mind fatigue,
tendency to hysteria, melancholy or break
down. slrcpleMness, lack of self-control, nerv
ous splls. On In new energy and inspira
tion I This whole publication could be Oiled
with statements of those who tell of the
efficiency of Bitro-Phosphate In overcoming
nervousness, weakness and allied troubles,
and ' in aiding natuw to increase weight
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You should add years to your life, and
have far mora contentment, by using Bitro
Phoephate and following the simple direc
tions of the health system accompanying
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under 1300 guarantee of finding satisfactory
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yoit are of normal healthy sise. or otherwise
obtaining desired benefitor Bitro-Phosphate
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drug stores you may obtain Bitro-Phosphate,
Booklet of interesting facta about nerve-ease.
Increased weight, new strength, tranquillity
of mind, and other health desires) will be
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Rosindale Woman Recommends
And a Generation of It Will Establish
t t , It in Favor. ;
, mat tne ynited Mates supreme
court would sustain the 18th amend
rorni to ine leaerai constitution was
never in real doubt. The legal theory
developed lor tne occasion by the
;"wets" that the constitution could nev
fer be amended at certain hallowed
points where the police powers of the
states might be affected was too fan
tastic to impress the .court seriously
The whole doctrine of "an unconstitu
tional constitutional amendment,"
whirh the opponents of the 18th
amendment contended for, has as much
foundation as the doctrine of an un
constitutional constitution. The peo
ple can make an entirely new consti
tution, if they want one, by perfectly
constitutional methods; and they can
make over the old one by the amend
ment process, as it pleases them to.
In unanimously sustaining this
sound principle the court has per
formed an enormous service to the
constitutional republic and as well to
the cause of true conservatism in gov
ernment. The opposing principle, which
the court has fortunately condemned,
would in part at least have trans
formed our constitution into a rigid
system of law beyond the power of
any generation to change, and govern
ment by the dead hand would have
been established beyond the hope of
(js modification by constitutional
It ia impossible to imagine anything
in a governmental system more provoc
ative than that of "revolutionary vio
lence, especially among a people who
have always lived under the inspira
tion of the democratic creed that their
government was elastic and free
enough to respond to the changing
needs and ideals of each successive
generation. We now, happily, can al
ways proclaim the fact that our fed
eral government can be altered by
the regularly-prescribed constitutional
method in accordance with the public
demand, and that consequently revolu
tions and coup d'etats to please short
cut reformers or restless and adven
turous radicals are inexcusable attacks
on American institutions.
More in doubt was the court's in
lepretation of the "concurrent power"
tlaine of the 18th amendment. It is
fortunate for the practical success of
national prohibition that the court has
fully upheld the Volttead art. The
federal law is supreme whenever a
state law conflicts with it ad old es
tablished principle and efforts by any
states to make lawful a trade in bev
erages having a higher alcoholic con
tent than the content filed by the fed
eral act must hereafter stand con
demned. But this interpretation still leaves
t the states concurrent power to en
force the 18th amendment. Their duty,
bewever, is to enforce prohibition on
the basis of the definition of "intoxi
cating" established by I'tmpreas. If
the majority sentiment of the people
in this conn try favors a legal defini
tion permitting a higher alcoholic con
tent than one-half of one per cent in
a ann-intoiicating drink, the people
raa secure from OonfTees an amend
ment to the Volstead act. (oneTess
is . obviously the legislative body to' I
appeal to, u modiniattons in prohibi
tion are deemed reasonable or just.
The real test of national prohibit ia
must come now that these coBfumng
l-gal questions have beea swept away
and the relative powers ,f the fed
eral and the state goternments hate
beea clearly defiax-d. The only ques
tion left is one c4 simple law enforce
ment. The prohibition forces have all
the law they could poeeiblr as for;
there remains the tatk of rrrrnciI;B
Mrs. Albert 3. Patch, of Rosindale. Mass.,
writes: "Before taking your medicine (Dr.
Trues Elixir) I was troubled with what I
thought stomach trouble. I had that ter
rible gnawing in my stomach nearly all
the time. Within half an hour after eat
ing a hearty meal. I would have that same
disagreeable feeling. I was Joeing in
weight every day. After taking your med
icine (Dr. Trues Elixir) I was relieved
of that terrible gnawing In my stomach,
s.xpelled worms, and I felt like a new per
son In many waya, and would heartily rec
ommend it to anyone suffering as I did."
Headaches, tired feeling, weakness, spots
before the eyes, bad breath, sleepleesnssa.
Irritability, diitines. constipation can be
relieved, if you take, the prescription known
sa Dr. True's Elixir. The Family Laxative
and Worm Expeller. It has done much for
sick people, men, women and children, ever
since 1851 crer 68 years' reputation. AT
ALL DEALERS'. Adv.
with the law the social customs of the
people. Predictions of failure are
abundant, but The Republican believes
that one generation's fair trial will
demonstrate that the disappearance of
the licensed bar and saloon and the
general curbing of the ravages of al
cohol marked an epoch in the progress
of the human race. Springfield Re
Mrs. Harry Whitney is spending a
few days with her parents in Hartland.
A daughter, June Elizabeth, took up
residence with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Clyde Farnham, June 5.
A. P. Osborne began his summers
work at Hanover last week; A. S. Allen
began this week. ,
Wilmer Ware went Monday to Lvn-
donvillc to participate in the gradu
tion exercises at the T. J. Vail agricul
Mariorie and Amber Tuller went
Wednesday to the Randolph sanatori
um for operations for the removal of
adenoids and enlarged tonsils.
Harriett B. Havward of Concord, N.
n., arrived Sunday at tie home of her
father, Judge H. H. Hay ward.
A Grilling Question. j
- t- r '
j tie superinienucni, ot a. targe mc
tory was short of help. One morning,
as a last resort, he stopped an old
tramp who was passing by.
"Are you loooking for a job?" he
asked the tramp. ,
"What kind of a job?" the tramp
"Can you do anything, with a
"Yes," answered the tramp, rubbing
his eyes, "I can fry ham on it." Peo
ple's Home Journal. - -
Mr. Bacon Here's a bill from the
school for elocution.
Mrs. Bacon Yes; they are teaching
daughter to speak.
"For the love of Mike! Does any one
suppose a female will not talk unless i
she takes lessons?" Yonkers State
Grow Your Hair
After being almost totally bald a Mew
York business mea grew hairand now
hsa a prolific growth at so of 66 for
which he will sand the fenmne recipe
free oa request to say nil or woman who
wishes to overcome dandruff or gain new
hair growth. Or testing bos of too prep
aration, Kotalka. will be mailed wilB
recipe if you send 10 eta., stamps or
silver. His address is John H. BnUaus,
BT-301. Station V, Ksw York. M. I.
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE .
ESTATE OF FANNIE 8. LITTLE
The undersigned, having been appointed
by the honorable probate court for the dis
trict of Washington, commissioners, to re
ceive, exsmine and adjust the claims and de
mands of all persons aramat the estate of
Fannie S. Little, lata of East Montpelier, In
aid district, deceased, and all claims exhib
,ted in onset thereto, hereby give notice that
we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at
the office of the North Montpelier creamery.
m the town or bast Montpelier, in said dis
trict, on the 28th day of June and 19th day
of November next, from 1 o'clock p. ro. until
4 o'clock p. m., oa each of said days, and
that six months from the 23d day of May,
A. P. 1920, ia the time limited by said court
for said creditors to present their claims to
us fcr examination and allowance.
Dated at East Montpelier, this 9th day of
June, A. D. l20.
F. W. COBURN.
EDWIN C. HILLIS, Commissioners,
Three Lines for 25c
The TImm 11 in. w ttr.t. T -t and
Pound. For Sale, To Let, etc. abort adver
tisements t the rate ot three linea for
twenty-flve cents for the first Insertion and
live eanta for each subsequent Insertion.
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOK SALE-friw block, 116 South Main
street, contains 11 storm, 2 tenements, alao
o uuuuiiig iou i sooa renting property ; price
for immediate sale, 8,600; H. G. Boyee, 11
Academy street. T2tf
- FOR RALB
GOOD PIECE OF RESIDENCE
PROPERTY NEAR CURRIER PARK,
CITY OK BARRE: INQUIRE OF
GEO. L. MORRI9,
ROOM 1, BOLSTER BLOCK.
'CREEN LEIGH," 205 S. Main street, for
, ?.i y? semi-bungalow residence of the
late W. F. Milne, built within S years i con
tarns 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish
and floors throughout, set tube, cement cel
lar floor and steam heat : henhouse and 2 ex
tra lota go with the property; apple trees,
berry bushes, etc., and garden In good eon-
?.',JC2: aW' to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel.
FOR SALE Two-story, 2-tenement house.
with good barn and cellar under bouse
and barn, all in good repair ; each tenement
baa i rooms, electric sights and bath ; plenty
,5 -n ioT bth tenements; the barn
eould. for a small amount of money, be
made Into a 6-room tenement; this la good
property to buy f o.- home or investment ; sit.
uated at 14 Clark street; prk-e right! tele
phone 66-R or inquire at 21-22 Howtand
hHjWinir: Elwln L. Scott. 8tf
FOR SALE On Montpelier rtad. i miles
from Barre. 8-room house, modern Im
provements ; large puuia with vines on t
sides i barn and henhouse and about 2 acres
of good land ; will sell at a reasonable price
"J if desired; Mrs. H. S. Miles, tel.
217-X after p. m. I04tf
FARMS FOR SALE
Says His Prescription
Has Powerful Influence
More Men are Involved
trvine to get rich quick than in ny
other wav. Ve.alvie a man to stick
to his own buoiness and to make sure
provision for hia old age by endow
ment insurance . payable on income
basis. This plan protects his family all
the time, too. Consult lis. .Nations!
Lite Ins. Co.-iMutual.) ri. S. Italian!,
general agent, Kiallo block, Montpel
Mr. James H. Allen suffered for yeers
with rheumatism. Many times this terrible
disease left him helpless and unable to
He finally derided, after years of reaselesa
stuuy, that no one ran be free from rheuma
tism until the accumulated impurities, com
monly called uric acid deposits, were die
solved in the joints and muscles and ex
pel ld from the body.
With this idea in mind, ha consulted phy
sicians, made experiments and finally com
pounded a prescription that uuirkty and
completely banished every siga and symp
tom of rheumatism from hia system.
He freely gave h's discovery to others,
who took it away with what might be railed
marvelous success. After years of urgimr
he decided to let sufferers everywhere know
about his discovery through the newspapers.
The Red Cross Pharmacy has been appoint
ed agent for Allenrhu in this vicinity, with
the understanding that they will freely re
turn the purchase money on the first two
bottlea to all who state they rerefvecl bo
CITY MICTION MARKET
SATURDAY, JUNE 12
Reduce Weight Happi ly
Vss fsmsvt OIL OF KORtlN. fallow dine
linns ef arin sratsia tnsrewitli: esrems
flnler. hsslthlf, strscti. en-isnt: 1-IVg
Ul.NOCai osia sy kusy Sraiiuts, loeluduu:
t. G. Russell. Cuaiailnga Lewis
Barre Drag Co., E. A. Drew
Sad by essd dwelt evsrrwbsrs wie will
supply yea elta asaiuae OU OS HoaluV
at 2 and 7:30 p. m.
at which time we shall close out
a lot of miscellaneous property,
received from out of town mer
chants, including 50 pairs of
men's working shoes, hosiery,
underwear, frocks, pocket and
table cutlery, kitchen clocks,
and a variety of notions.
AT PRIVATE SALE DAILY,
we have a fresh line of new
brass and iron beds,. National
springs, mattresses, pillows,:
puffs, dropside couches withj
mattresses, pedestal and square
dining tables, dining and kitch
en chairs, willow chairs, goodj
Singer sewing machine, dress
ers, cottage organs, several
good ranges, 2 and 3-bumer
kerosene stoves, garden tools,
piazza chairs, twing chair, and
a lot of miscellaneous property
0. H, Hale. Auctioneer.
ESTATE OF WILLIAM J. McDONALD
The undersigned, having- been appointed by
the honoruhle probate court for the district
of Washington, commissioners, to receive, ex
smine and adjust the claim and demands of
all persona airainst the estate of William J.
McDonald, late of the city ef Barre. In said
district, deceased, and all claims exhibited in
offset thereto, hereby give notice that we
will meet for the purpose aCorwaid. at the
office of the Tilden thoe company. In the
city of Barre, in said district, on Uis l!6tn
day of . June and 1st day of December
nest, from o'clock a. m, until 1 o'clock
p. m.. on each of said days, and that six
months from the lid day of June. A. D.
I921, is the time limited hy said court for
said creditors to present their claims to us
foe exeminatiofi and allowance.
Dated at the city of Barre, this tt day
of June. A. O. 19110.
ARTHUR C. TILDES,
FRANK E. LANGLKY. Commissioner.
ESTATE Or HOYT GALLUP
The uudersianed, having bee appointed by
the honorable probata court for the d trie I
of Washintfton, com miss loners, to receive,
examine, and adjust the claims and demands
of all pertuna against the estate of Hoyt
Gallup, late of Plain field, in said district, de
ceased, and all claims exhibited in offset
thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet
for the pnrpose aforesaid, at the house or
Ilean P. Town, In the town of flainfield, in
said district on the ISth day of June and
5th day of October next, from 1 oclork p.m.
rntU 4 o'clock p.m. on each of said days, and
that six montri imm ine ivtn day or April,
A ll. 1H20. is the time limited by said court
for said creditors to present their claims to
us for examination and allowance.
Dated at Plamfleld. this 'id day of June,
A. D. 12A.
HE AN P. TOWN,
F. W. COBURNi Commissioners.
SPECIAL REASONS FOR
SALE OF THESE
Every One of Which is Worth
More Than the Price
No. 1432. River farm only one mile
from East Montpelier on the main auto
road : tillage ia level : free from Inn
splendid soil ; will produce 100 tons of
liay if in shape one of the best meadows
in town. Buildings are in nH r rnm
repairs put tne price la so low no account
need be taken of repairs necessary ; In fact,
the land alone should be worth all the
owner etna ror tne property. Contains
from 80 to 100 acres: four mi lea from
Harre snd within easy drive to Montpelier.
HELP WANTED MALE
A STEADY POSITiONls open. for a first-
clafis letter 'cutter in one of the beat shops
In New Jersey; excellent climate; union
shop : address Monmouth Granite Co., frsn.
cis ,0. Squjre.Mgr., Freehold NJjjatlS
WANTED--Two young mechanic ;" 1 good
man for sand blast, 1 good granite and
letter cutter, 7.60 per day, 8 hours ; -steady
employment; come at once; beat equipped
ventilated work shop in Ohio; The Mason
Monumental Works,Columbus, Ohio. 1it2
WANTEtSTwo men to run Vang saws!"
W. McMHlanjGranitoCo. 74tl
TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few tons of
hay for sale; apply to N. M. Nelson, 20
Merchant street. t tltf
LETTERER WANTED Klrst-elasa- letterer,
at Ogdensburg, N, Y.,; St. Lawrence river
town, root shop, best wages, air tool I I can
lay out all the lettering myself if necessary,
and can furnish first-class room and board ;
please answer at once, stating experience
and wages required; R. J. Bowers, 108-108
Ford street. Oitdensburg, N. Y. i Tlt6
WANTED AT ONCE
A FEW MORE
SOME CRACKING GOOD JOBS OF
CUTTING AND SKIDDING
SOFT WOOD LUMBER
STAFFORD & TINDALE
F. H. GOODRIDGE, MGR. -PLAINFIEI.D,
WANTED An experienced foreman to take
-charge of monumental works : employ
hmit trolva m,n ,4,lma C. RchleiterS
Sons, Freedom. Fa.
WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Woodburyi
Vl , nn .knn trnrn Mar. 1. 1920 1
wanted now. 2 complete derrick trews : I
have a gvnentl store and furnish goods to
men in my employ at wholesale prices;
houses rent at 18.00 to f 10.00 per month:
surface ausrrv and ennd machinery 1 write
lor more information and state your experi
ence in S granite or marble quarry; will
Woodbury. Vt " 1
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Bedbug (Cimex lectulariue). The origin ef
the name bedbug is unknown, but ia sup
posed to be naturally suggested, as it is de
scriptive. There are many local names for
these parasites, as, for illustration, around
Boston they are railed "Chinches," from
Baltimore comes the name "Mahogany Flat."
in New York they are styled as "Red Coats."
round Pittsburgh they are called "Pesky
Devils." in Cincinnati and the South "Night
riders," in St. Louis and Chicago district
'Crimson Ramblers, the greet West "Pil
grims. The old earing. "The bedbug has
Be teeth, but they get there just the same."
orrert Instead of teeth thee pass ess a
piercing and suckling beak to draw and rob
you of your blood for their own body.
Bedbugs, no matter what you may rail .
them, er where they came f rora. science has I
found a way to nd them if yew will use I
faithfully the new chemical. Tesky Devils I
Uuietua "P. D. Q." A tie package makes I
one quart, enoueh t kill a million bedbugs. I
machca, fleaa, anta or cooties, and their egs
as well. P. D. Q. will not injure bedding,
and each package eoeitame a patent spout
to enable you to get them in the herd-to-gr. j
at places. ImpflMihle for Pesky Leviie Sol
exist where P. D. Q- is taxed. Adv.
DR. EDWIN F. HEINIXCER
HOWLAND BLD. SURGEON DENTIST THON ,,-W
FRANK M. LYNDE
CIRR1ER BUILDING, BARRE. VT.
A Modern X-Ray Equipment
HE DOT' A RTF RS FOR
RFflsm.F. PIANOS. PLAYER PIAVOS,
VirTROLA." 8ON0RA TALKING MA
CHINES. RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC
Telephone 369-W. Barre, Vt.
Six Second-Hand Indian
Side Cars Will pay $20
to $70 cash.
I have for sale 1 1918 3-? peed
Indian twin electric equipped
$310 with side, car. One
1920 Ford touring car, ."tart
er and Lights. One 1918 3
speed twin with side car, for
Hercules Spark Plug
A. M. FLANDERS
icj Its. 3Uim St. Ban, Tt
CHEAPFR TO PUT LP AT THE
LAKE SHORE HOUSE
than to hire a cottage. Reasonable
ratea with good accommodations,
with garage and livery Conner ted.
West Danville, Vt
Five years Everett Piano Factory
Two years HalleU A Davis Piane Factory
One year rfci- ing Warereom
Five years Clark McMaater
B. ARTHUR REED
Tel. 7s-M Bos 145. Montpelier. Vt
Leave orders at Bailey's M'isie Kooma.
Barre. tel. S-W
t? DO 7)
No. W33. Sold to close an estate? TO
acre farm with two-story house, about five-
ana one-naif nnlea from the city and about
the same from "Plainntld; good soil; sugar
Duen ana iruit orchard ; barn needs some
repairs but it is seldom one can get so de
sirable a place at the price: only 11,700.
Will include good two-horse wagon, sugar
tools, some hay and straw, alee seme house
bold furniture if sold at once.
No, 1411. 90 acre place in Cabot; 40
acres In practically level tillage. Will keep
IH to 16 head of stock; ftne house and
barn al up in shape i good stable; (rood
house containing nine rooms, part have hard
wood floors ; located on rryiin road only one
mile from station snd store. If you want
i real good home, this will appeal to you.
Owner estimate the place will cut 100
cords pulp wood. Price H500.00.
Lumber is high snd still going up and
there is money to be made on this Orange
lot of 160 acres which can be bought
for 11700.00. Estimated to cut from 100..
000 to 400,000 ft., only three-fourth mile
from mill. Worth looking into.
Na 19St. Plainfleld Farm. On of the
best producers in town and oolv thre and
one-half er four miles from Barre City;
100 acres of fine producing land tillage,
lopes just enough and h pasture has
orarly all been plowed. Cut nearly SCI tons
of bay last year, besides other crops t good
fruit orchard and sugar bush of 600 maples :
pleat has earned 10 hutd of stock and there
are tie ape for that number; eight-room
nnre nouse ana so It. basemen bam :
gtioo water; near arbooi. Price 18.600.00
wun .uu.uo or s'.'mu.oo down.
You ean buy a home In the city NOW
cheaper than yi will be able to a little
later. I Ms Is a fine time to purchase
home in the city ot country.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
WANTED Girl for general housework ; ap
ply at 41 Jefferson street. TSli
WANTED Strawberry pickers, 3 or 4, by
. last Of June; room furnished and good
pay; G. W. French. Bradford, Vt,
WANTED A middle-aged woman or girl to
do general housework ; call at 90 Prospect
street o? tel. 781-M. Tlt6
WANTED Kitchen woman at Jack's Res
taurant. Depot square, tel. 616-M. T3tf
WANTED A capable girl for general house
work in a small family : Mrs. Charles .
Lowe, Z Summer street, Montpelier; 'phone
2-m. . ratf
WANTED Elderly respectable woman to
stay nights with lady livinr alone; free
room; write to "G.." care Times. Tltf
WANTED" AT ONCE Two "experienced wait
resses ; A. S. Sparrow, Montpelier Mouse,
Montpelier, Vt. fOt
WANTED A respectable middle-agd wcr
an for a housekeeper: do not mind if she
has a child : Mrron gglton. Bradford,
Vt, P. O. Box 172. 68t9
WANTED "AT ONCE Kitchen girl; Chelsea
Inn. Chelrea, Vt 7tf
WAITRESSES Also chamber maids for The
summer season ; aoply Wm. M. Gala. Mgr..
Lake Morey Club Fairlee. Vt Mtf
PUPIL NURSES WANTED Younr women
to train as nurses at Barre City Hospital,
WANTED A middle-seed woman for pen
oral housework : state wares : address Mrs
Cullen Martin. Windsor. Vt. 12tf
FOR SALE A Mead; bicycle. ingoodeont
dltion, run part of one season ; inquire of
George H. Davis, 124 at street, Barre. tel.
FO'r'SALE TrTfteen ton's ot guod bay ; H. J.
Con ant, North Montpelier. H4l$
FOR 8ALE SawdusrrVair 'ofTiorses, weigh
ing ii.tlOO lbs., good team, price right lor
quick sale: also pair good harnesses, brand
.new.Concord b"W'i Ludger Camire, tel.
OS SALE A new trumpet model cornet!
made by H. N. White Co. ; coat ,90 ; price
right if taken at once; address "Cornet,"
Times office. 7jjtg
ASTER PLANTS Choice varietie. ISc bar
dos, l per 100; the aster Is the undisputed
queen of the autumn garden; set out a
large bed now and enjoy a floral feast during
August and September; Booth, Cherry street.
Barre, tel. 6S7-Y, J7ta
FOR SALEIron bed. springs andmit;
tress ; folding couch, art square, large pic
ture, 6 yds. linoleum, i rockers, pair porti
eres, 4 curtain shades, sash curtain rods!
FOR SALE Collie pups ; apply to A. f .
Smith A jSon,Barre.Jphone 404-M. Tltf
FOR' SALE three 8 iansr tubes nd tire)
cover: H. W. Bosley. 104 South Main
street. Barre. 1(At
f'OR SALE Two lots, on west shore of Joe's
Fond, with 1 share in water system i W. 6.
Ford,Lowe rCbot. Vt. 70t
ONE PORTABLE GARAGE FOR" RALE""
, 12x18 ' c- Millar, P. O. Box
184, Barre. - (7tf
DODGE TRUCK'FOB SALE Screen tody':
nrat-claaes condition, good as new, 1919
model ; run about 8,000 miles. Fiaher Fsrm.
r?th?'!Yt- ,' Itf
FOR SALE 1 soda fountain, 2 wire-leg ta
blea, 6 wire-leg chairs, wire-lea; stools, 1
orangeade tank, one 16-gal. ice etcam cabi
net, one 20-gal. ice cream cabinet, 1 eigar
ease 4ftx2il, 1 small counter, 1 cash regis.'
ter, 1 sink for washing and draining glasses.
1 lolin, and assortment of tins for making
brick ice cream, 1 wood bed: the above
goooa must oe sold to settle estate; F. L.
? yfoJ;jn1Ph v- 89tf
FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning
gram to and marble monuments : brightens
up the lettering and makes the whole monu
ment look clean and new; guaranteed; price
on application: James Sullivan. 114 Park
street. Barre. Vt 18ff
rCI?SA.L5B'' m bbl- BLACK DIA"
MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water,
weather, fire end sunproof; 800 lbs. to bbl. s
I am ready to paint or repair your roofs :
E. L. Dc rumors, 1 Pleasant street. 12tf
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE .
FOR SALE Well-marked HdstemTlirTg
mos. old; will sell cheap if taken at onee;
K. Oatland, Shady Rill. Montpelier telephone'
FIVE .FRESH GRADEMOLSfEIIS AND
REGISTERED AND GRADE JERSEYS
No helo. must sell ; also l6-acre farm, level,
one of the beat; S. L. Washburn, South
Royalton. Vt, R. F. D. 8. 73t2
FOR "SALE Five cows, fresh this spring";
tuberculin tested; W. R. Swift, R. F. D. 4.
Barre, Vt. W8
FOR SALE Two cows, 6 and 6 yra. eldi
tested : 2 hogs, weight 200 lbs. each. ; cheap
horse, harness, buggy: tel. 214-VV. 9tf
WANTED Pupil ruree and attendants et
the Taunton State Hospital : wages 135.06
pee month with maintenance ; for particulars
address Dr. Arthur V. Goee. Supt, Taunton
Ptate Hospital. Taunton. Mas. 4tf
FARMS FOR SALE
40-ACRE FARM in Marsh Arid. U ml. from
postnflire oa Cabot road ; location one of
'he bet,., large m story house, 10 rooms,
all in Ana shape ; verandas, both sides, tele
phone and share of stock ; 80-ft. barn with
basement, built 8 yrs. ago; running (rater
tt house and barn ; garage, henhouse and
tnnlhnuse: buildings all painted; land lays
warm ,- smooth, machine-mowing fields, good
pasture, quite quantity of timber and
wood ; a nice home for someone.
Specializing: in Extracting and
Dental X-Ray Diagnosis
GAGE & GAGE
1 a m.. Teesday. Wednesday. Friday
and Saturday : to to . m Mn.l..
i Wednesday. Thursday and Fries?: t to 8
r w . Tuwisy and Thnredsy. Mnwtpelier
Tuesday. Tbenday snd Saturday, in SS ta 1J
a. m. : Monday. Wedawvday and Friday. I
ROOM tTcURRIEIt BL1C Itarre Tel W
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
Office in Ronm t. Miles Build. ng
OFFICE HOfRS : t a.m te 12 m. and I rte to
4 P m. Moaday. Tuesday. Thursday a ad Friday
Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi
Room 18, Miles Building
OFFICE HOfRS : tel2.1e(.Ttot
! MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES
! KaM I'rre. eb-temlle e4 ;rsoi'e ,l)e a Harre
j Ortnc. WaliirfrVa enj il". Jiaa-tww n n fUne
, Lcsg U-1sir trips ,
As I hate sol.l tnv farm and mil
pite pnswMinn, 1 ill sell the follow
ing rlexrihod personal propertr cn the
premises, l't utiles from Montpelier.
oppmit the fuller eemrteiy. on the
road to Kat Montpelier tenter. sj
MONDAY, JUNE 14
at t 'deck la the afterseoa
PAIR HORSES, WEIGHT
kx1 age am! sire; Jr nrk I.sr
nre. pair lriire ,srore, wheel
harrow, disc hsri. mow ing ms'hine.
eOLEACEXT "XJIt "BOSTON AMERICAN" jruMivator. jl..w. I.imlr fn. sleigh.
1 ; hife si.-d. i'l tin aap tuba apd
140-Af'RE FARM in Marahfleld. I4 ml. from
pwtoe?Sre ; 8-story hmise in good shape ;
good big bsrn fust rerentlv built
euaipped with litter carrier and hmu rrV
I shed room and tonihouse. Isrsre henhouse.
runnine water to bouse and barn; large ap
ple orchard, extra smorth nlre-laying fields ;
plenty of pasturing, the right kind : sett,
mated 100 M. ft. of lumher and a lot ef
wood; this farm will run 111 ran and team
and ean easily he made to do more; someone
ought to get interested in this deel quick
when they see it and find out the price.
FOR SALE IN SO. CABOT VILLAGE
1 JO-AC RK FARM, extra good builHinirs. all
in fine shape; 1 J -story house with veran
das : house large enough for families end
welt. Snis bed rooms ; one of the best of eel
la n ; barn, 470, deep dmp bays, a dandy
till, good stable, never-failing water to
buildings and all inside: a nice apple er.
rhsrd, merhne-enowine fields, cute hay of
the beet ruality ; UOtoJfO M standing tlm
hrr on the place, close to mill : is bead f
rattle, of which II are nice cows: a irood
rsir ef horsea. almost new hanteseea : e W
of good farm tools ; will sell the property all ,
loeether er fsrm without stock and tools ;
price right either way. I
nearly an acre ef land for yard room,
beard saws and a number f small saws : a
lot cf extra belting, one' 14-in. belt SO ft.
Wne. nearly new; a lot "f tra ,i!n,.
blacksmith outfit, forge, anvil, drilling ma
i"ne. vise, work bench and a lot ef nth,
hlnea : a larre amount ef room ever mill
fr manufacturing chair stork, nr a rreat
place for s bobbin factory, as .his nronerv
is located close to a larre amount ef ell
inds ef timber end if take right away
100 buys this whole outfit.
HOUSES TO RENT
TO BENT TerTement of 4 rooms at 140 No.
Jeminary street : newly painted and ne
pered ; inquire of Mr. Roasie et heuee or G.
A. Huntnigton. 80 First avenue. Monrnelter,
t'lerhone connection. 74tf
TO RENT Small-tenement at 831 Jorth
Main street : also a S-room tenement en
North Seminary street; O. D. Shnrtleff, !'
North Main street T4tf
TO RENT "Furnished tenement at 1 F.at-
em avenue ; no children : call at 80 Fst
era avenue er tel. 842-X. TSt
TO RENT-, Down. tairs tenement of s rooms,
psntry and bath, electric lights and large
garden, together with bam privileges : va
cant June 15: situated at 14 Clark street
telephone S-R o tnouire at 81-22 Howlend
building. Elwin L. Scott. 9tf
TENEMENT TO" RENT A downatalrs tetiei
ment with laree bam and 2 large rardens
at s Berlin street: inquire Mrs. Eurenie
Crsnger, 1 Meple Crove. or Miss Jeanette
Gnrisrcr at Tilrten's Shoe Ptore. 7tf
TENEMENT TO RENT 6" iwrsT bath. rlee.
trie lights, gas ; inouire at 4s Pearl street.
TO RFNT -room cottsee on Rrnch street.
newly repaired ; call 818-88; F. H. Nichols
TO RFNT-Eight-room house, upper Wash.
inrtcn street, connected with sewer, hew.
house tni bm ; IS acres ef tillage and ties,
tune: Mm. Lillie Smith, 47 Patterson street
tel. ?3-J. 4ti
TENEMFNT TO RENT All P-odern : In-
ou're Mrs. James Ahem, 41 East street.
tel. ;4S-W. 2tf
TO RENT Five-room downstairs tenemtnt
at Maple a-enue: hth. eas ranee, eler.
fr'c t'.h. ; inquire at 22 Church street er
tel. 87-M. 2tf
TO RF.NT Five-room tenement with garden
at 84 Elmwood avenue; apply at same ed-
TO RENT Small tenement at No. IT Addi
tion tre: StO no per month; Inquire of
M White. JT7 Upland svenne. tf
TO REJvT Three-room tenement et 18 "fej
street hot and cold water, s-w. and lectrc
Ilehts; Inquire of E. I.. Smith 17 Wast
.tree, tel. 1-Y. or Alen. McHaffie, t.l
1SS.W or ASS-M. KStf
TO RFNT Tenement 4 rorena, 81 a me.l
fimith place. Maple avenue; BnJtb
TO RFJNT- Entirelv erparate S-mom tene
ment en F'more street : eleric llrhts end
res : in eood renelr: Mrs. Edith M. Cerr.
'phone 4K4-M. ltf
t-pfSTAIRS TTfTM Kff-TO S r NT Fl re
ronr. at 4P Msnle avenue; woodshed, eler--c
lehts inquire of Mrs. Shallow.
Fnrsvthe nls-e. 44tf
FOR ei.!.E IN SO. CABOT V1LLAC.F.
A SAWMII.L all In ood r-innine rendition, t TO RENT Four-room tenement with gar-
These properties, both farms and village.
era savertweo: to eetl ; also neve snore.
PERRY & NOONAN
UNEXCFLLFD FTXTRAL FTRNISHrNGS
Hospital Amkuleace Semra
Cesast Rs ftarre Tel. eoaneition. 4TV W
rN ock Krw LOCATION
W mrm mem rr&w hw bh tMtf arv
ttm 4rwtm-r witJa VSurt. fT t mi Jrrrf
Kd-rtsir wrii sTWavrantpsyafJ.
O. J. DOLXJE, th? Jrweler
4 elm rrRtrr
! .rnmt. chain. twel. and lot of
Urre'l tMl; sl-o qiartitr .f k.se-
-ne Ik-U furniture. ibIu1.i. led. kexJ4nf
. ',a-r. s,itt.en ranjte and
A. R. COLE, Agwnt
Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2
IOR RENT Three furnisbed menis fee
lisht houekcrt 'Br ; gss renre and elertric
lUhte; inquire & E. i'erry, M Maple ev.
TO RENT -A very nice furnisbed rwnwith
lieht lMiawbs t ine eririleres if des'n-4 :
wr at 2 Ilail atreet. ttj
TO RENT-T we rowans Tin" Eesurab4erki
farnuibed or uafarnisbed. for light bno.e
keesine; inquire of C L. Wood wen a, F.
esea wieek. Srtt
e brriKoiimr: alee other tenemenpi :
J T. Callaehaa, 44 Park street, te4
TO RENT--room eottaee, ell seely paint,
ed and nenered ; woenshesl. larre barn end
herihemte: alee Isrre garden : readv May 1 :
tel. 447-8 or call at 19 Soata Maia street
to see house. 4 Iff
TO RENT 8 men tenement, fit jlwr. The
NrtnT: all modem ; apply at t'.0 North
Main street 8itf
TO RENT -Tenement at ? Merchant street.
abw 4 tenemental on Willey strvet. all in
e,rt-c's shape : nK-Wm keiprca-rmerts :
Geo. W. Msnn. M WeUmrtrm street, 8!rf
TFNEMENT TO'RFVT in house at riir of
Currer Work. I8 No. Main etreH : inquire
ef 8t. f Corrter after 7 p. m, IS Fet
street, Rerre. tt '
FOR RENT A good 7-ronwi eottare kooee,
spne water. tth : Pstcheider etre
H W. itcott. Bolster bWrk. J4tf
COTTAGE HOfSE TO RENT Oa Vine
etnet: C L. Woodwertb. Eeitmea blerk.
HORSES AND VEHICLES
GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY-C!!ZirWeh
ington, jvt. or address F. A. Beede. 7-'t26
DRIVING MARE FOR SALE Sound ' and
right; apply to R. D. Muiuan. 10 Rim
street, tel. 8S7-W. TUtf
GOOD YOUNG HORSEFToR RALEFrom
1.000 lbs. to 1,400 lbs. each: J. A. Soence.
Beckjey HilL ' Sfltl2
FOR 8 ALE three work, horses, weighlnj
about 1,600 each: W. . Nichols, tel.
-M. ' 4tf
FOR SALE RuhbertTred buggy wagon for
aale; inouire at (4 No. Main Street, Mrs.
E. A. Witham. tltf
Lilley Style Farm Wagons
The very best Wagons built for farm snd
All Sizes Now in Stock
We have Dutch fleers, too. if you want them.
VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
W. C. COLTON. Manager
84 State Street Montpelier. Vermont
Mora and more people are coming hers for
ACCESSORIES. TIRES AND SUPPLIES
We Sell United States Tires
We Sell United States Tubes
Free Air for Our Customers
VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
W. C. cnr.TON. Manager
84 STATE STREET. MONTPEI.IFR
Weeders. Horse Hoes. Five-Tooth Walking
Cuivators, Seven-Tooth Walking Cultiva
tors, Spike Tooth Cultivators, Riding Culti
vators. W have then in stock, all ready
E. Tel. 140 Orange Co. 'Phone
Mowers. Rakes, a few ft-ft. and 4-ft- Re
built Mowers, good as new. At the prices,
they wnn't last long.
fitudeheker I.ow Wheel Trucks, makes
loading hay easy. We have them in stork.
Come and see.
N. E. Tel. 140 Oranre County These
OVE-HORSE FARM WAGONS
TVYO-HORE FARM WAGONS
and don't foreet. LOW-WHEELED
TRUCKS FOR HAYING.
You'll not have to wait for them. Kignt
here in stork. There's nothing better than
N. C. Tel 14 Orange Co. 'Phone
YOUNG LADY desires a poslUoa as bonk.
keeper ia onVe er shed ia
X. Y.." care Times.
WANTED A pair of Durham cattle, about 4
years old: state weirht and price; E. L.
Johneon. Waterbury. Vt t2U
WASTED By small family. 4 ee 7-renm
rotusee or half of double tews merit: good
locality and atodera senvsaieneas ; address
'C. M ." care Times. list
WANTED -rSrtner to W,-t -rranite ananu
farturtne in Barre. e smell bustnen ie-
stnng tortner; write to v. v-. ewiw niw
WOULD LI h rfToTo M W t'NIC ATE wits
some rund drefuwwsw. eelesmaa ee ret ter
whs m sVeirows ef taking an interest ra tbe
retail wwHieroeat business ; best erpemratty
the erwntry; aaarese X. v. B, rlv
ksily Times. TZtl
HAY TO RE CUt ONf H A RES Arou nd"l
tons of good quality tieaotfty bay. eei bebia
farm. 2 S miles from Barre City; for farther
partirulsm editress F. O. gabin. 808 E. 14th
strert. Iavenport. Iowa. T4t4)
PASTURE FOR RENT It, miles' frera city:
will keen or IS rows: D. C. Kobe. t.t
Hill. tel. 84S. tit
LA 'S MOW-ERS" SHARPENrC3fellea foe
and deiivered; 'pbene 84-V ; Uraaita "V
Tnol Co. tf
" ANYONE DES1RINO MAN Wmi KORSt
to work by the dey. haeimg eseiee or gee.
beee. ee rtvsntsr tip around, rail ea C Dee.
tell. Seath Maia street, er taiophoae Will
Pare. 4es-r. MoT
WANTED TO RUY
W ANTED Serwed-baad typewriter: Ts
Kwh. 14 harre street. Mentpeiier. t4'8
HIGHEST FRICES-Pax fee regs, a.t:
siaea, papers, tree, rutbsw. est, ee
sioeea and (unit ere; ba Tlt-H. AHrewi
rASH TRIl ? PAID fee raw. rulWrs. met-.
ala. merviisee. bieVw. end begs a pera!tr:
pwooe 411-U. tsa Oewld. 11 Breeei etnw.
WANTED TO BLT wad-bend Urttv.
tewis end e?wr . iwew O. HmttK 87 Kav
tntr ivn rruttr iirtn :-m. :
.tlit-s .-.v s ssa-s-a I -
ir.jre arid H-srt luest
20e per an
rl. and a nuant'tr of
!-J utrn.il. Trim, at tis
31. J. WHITCOMR. East Barre, Vermont
A. H. EBCCE, Oewt
V A. FERRY. Aattieaeel.
WANTS IN THE
TIMES AND GET
Jlfci.F a VTt:r Tewflg m aad wwia to
take fex'ore ae aaeneae'e at tbe Ver
mneit 9tere rlcwrital fee the Ineeae at Watre
hrv ; to txwe wbe eWire. aa cs-pwHewity e.
ferwd to anewd nss1 trajii-wg comes : se
:y at wosattai, aslsnwjs, Vt. ltf
LOST AND FOUND
LOT -Mst . emell fc'-S" Oo . sweea
aaee. "Nierer, art ft vlrw. R. lfe(ev.
we.wie-wwi stree. Set. sas-M ; reward. 'Hi
LlUT- iwwvia Atrer Awem Kin.
ttwet moal seal ef ft A. A. ew t-nev.
'WsreUwwi IP!' emm e kavt : bee In a
ai i ae vtva tew aw4 V '? Hs r-rg s'
imr4. m.m'r rvura te Mr. Meaner et
I ert-tur w. rtr
say wrfe. Mstle i ae, "
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trweted by ber fmea 4e "x-f imi nuerue Teie eeet M t
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