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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BAR RE, VT., TUESDAY, JUNE .15, 1920.
ABOUT THE. STATE Happening, of Interest from DiHerent Section-. . C. R, Ayer, a resident of west hill in Rcadsboro, reported last Wednesday a (rood-sized snowdrift still to be seen in the vicinity of his home. Manley O. Morrill, for 15 years su perintendent of the Fort Dummer cot ton mill at Brattleboro, concluded his duties there Saturday niirlit, having resigned to enter another line of husi-1 nee, nir. nianiey was prencniea (piiiu in gold and a gold-handled umbrella. Miss Rose Vermette, the 17-year-old daughter of Fred Vermette, Ht. Johns bury ' steeplejack, last Friday climbed to the top of the 108-foot steeple of the Xotre Dame des Victoires church, where her father is putting up the erosa that blew down from the top nf the edifice during a winter storm. Before reaching the spot where the ascent of the steeple began outside, she had to ascend four ladders inside the church, one of them a 40-foot iron bid der and the others wooden ones. Mr. Vermette works four hours a day in the steeple as the trip and down is too strenuous to make more than once a day. Commencement week- at Norwich university, Northfteld, was opened on Sunday afternoon with baccalaureate sermon by Canon F, H. Scott of Que bee City. Dewey hall waa completely filled by guesti, friends and the corps. Chaplain James B. Sargent opened the service with hymn and a prayer. President Colonel Charlea Plumley in troduced Canon Scott, who served over.i three years in active service aa chap lain with the rank of colonel In the 1st division, Canadian forces. After the sermon, fuard mount-was held, the weather being ideal for exercises out of doora. This ceremony, picturesque because of the dress uniform, was en joyed by a good number of spectators. Evening parade, a very impressive per formance, followed this, ending the day, . ORANGE CO. POLITICS BOOMING. State's Attorney J. C. Sherburne May Be County Senator. Chelsea. June 15. Countr oolitic . . . - are beginning to enow signs of activ ity and the aspirants for the various county officials are circulating peti tions among their friends and support ters with the expectation of getting their names on the ballot at the Sep tember primary. John C. Sherburne of Randolph, who has made a most effi cient state's attorney of the county during the past three years and whose second term expires on Jan. 31 next, is a candidate for senator and so far as anything now appears on the po litical horizon be will not have oppo sition. His record as state's attorney has been such aa to win for him the confidence of the voters of the entire county and he ia regarded as the logi cal candidate for the office and a until eminently qualified to fulfill the du ties of the position. Millward S. Taft of Chelsea and Hugh V. Hastings of Bradford, both of them hustling youn attorneys, are avowed candidates for ; the office of state attorney to sueeec Mr. Sherburne, and while neither of them have been residents of the county but a very few years,, which carries with it the fact that their acquaintance ' throughout the county may be limited to Quite an extent, yet the scribe, whose good fortune it has been to j know both of them intimately during their residence in the county, does not hesitate to say for the benefit of the ! voters of the county that they are iboth young men of good judgment business and legal ability ana win con duct their campaigns on a basis of fair plav and whichever one of them shall be the choice of the voters be will endeavor to conduct the duties of the .office with the same high standard of 'efficiency as has characterized thone 'who have preceded him In the office. George A. Tracy of Chelsea, the pres ent sheriff of the countv, has so con ducted the duties of his office during the past two years as to entitle him to the continued confidence and support iof the voters for another term and is !the only candidate, so far as heard from, for the oflice. It is understood that the probate judges. H. T. Baldwin of the Bradford district and George L. Stow of the Randolph district, will be the randi dates to succeed themselves without contest. R. Nelson Darling of Brad fori, who ia serving bis first term as assistant judge, Is a candidate to eue recti himself without oriDoaition and be fully measures up to the high stand- dard of the men who have pretvded turn in that office. Judge Benjamin H Adams, whose second term of assistant judge from the west side of the coun ty will expire on Jan. 31 next, is not a candidate to succeed nimwit and it ts understood that there may be a ontest to fill this office. Ex-Sheriff Arm A. Reed of Williamstown, who is well and favorably known through out the county, and familiarly known te almost everyone aa "Dock" Reed, baa "tossed hut hat into the ring a a candidate to succeed Judge Adams, and it is also rumored that Edward V. Kent of Randolph Center, also a former kheriff of the county, will be a candidate for the office and as both "Dock" and -FA" have passed tie etage of a novice in toe game of poll tire, there promisee to be something of Interest doing in this contest pro vided that the rumor of Mr. Kent's candidacy materializes to be a fact, ; Will S. Bryant of Randolph, who for several years has been a deputy sheriff, is the only candidate thus far ia sieht for the office of hicrh hailHT, a ad bis experience in official life should eminently qualify him as the logical candidate for the office. Woman SickTwoYears Tells How She Got Well MIm G. I. Baird of 89 Glenville eve.. All ton. Mum.. writes: "I have been sick nl' moat two years, hud four doctors with little er no relief. I wea growing thin every day, went from 19)8 to 111. I waa to discour aged I didn't know what to do. One night. about three weka ago, I picked up paper and aw your Dr. True JMixir, family Laxative and Worm Expeller advertised. made up my mind I had worms, and the next day bought a small bottle of Dr. Truc'a Elixir. I was surprised at the result, stom ach worms some a finger long, so much slime, that looked sa though It waa just the skin of worms. The day before 1 took Dr. True's Elixir I thought I should go wild with the crawling ia my stomach. I feel like a new person, all my friends say I look so much better. I wouldn't have be lieved ajtyona could feel so much better in such a short time. I can't give your medi cine praise enough." Signs of worms : Offensive breath, swollen upper lip, sour stomach, deranged stomach, oraaional griping and paina about the nav el, pale face of leaden tint, eyes heavy and dull, twitching eyelids, itching of the nose, itching of the rectum, short dry cough, grind ing of the teeth, red points on the tongue, starting during sleep, slow fever.. Dr. True's Elixir, -The Family Laxative and Worm Expeller, ia old by ALL DEALERS. Adv. Waterbury-Waitsfield Association. The Vermont state hospital at Wa terbury has the best herd average for Slay. The 50 cows averagpd 1,035 lbs. of milk, and 32.8 lbs. of fat. The reg istered Holstein cow Rag Apple Helen, owned by the hospital, leads the asso ciation in milk production, having 1,973 lbs. of milk and 75.0 lbs. of butterfat to her credit. The registered Holstein cow Jennie Rag Apple De Kol made a slightly better record in butterfat pro duction, her record being 1,8m lbs. of milk and 75.3 lbs. of butterfat in the same length of time. Of the 431 cows tested during the month, it were "quality cowa." The following table gives the names of the owners who have cows in the association which have produced more than 40 lbs. of butterfat or 1,000 lbs. of milk during the period of 30 days ending May 22 Owner Breed Lbs. Lbs.b' of cow. of cow. W. C. Norcross , .G.J. W. 0. Norcross ..G.J. W. C. Norcross ..G.J. O. M. Jones G.J. W. J. Graves .....G.J. M. H, Moody R.G. . .R.G. . .R.G. . . R.G. ..R.G. The Sugar Situation Hum-m-m r see sugar -Ha4 60NE UP A COUPLE. CENTS AGAIN )OHH viiE'vesroppeP using it - THINK II rm.Erw vm VEP-ANP Tr1 RESTAUR A rfTi I GO TO Trey nvt fAK&N TH SU6AR... Off int HOGOtP Yl&dz. i MARSIIFIELD Carbee'e pictures at the K. of V. ball, Marbfild. Friday eening, J'ine IS. May Allison In 'Fair and Warm er." a grand comedy drama, one that everToie will l;ke. adr. PIANO TUNING .Tm St RFED OX W. MONTTKLIER - Leave era.. at faitey's Musir Ronnie, Berre. tel. sat-W. M. H. Moody . M. H. Moody . M. H. Moody , M. H. Maody . W. W. Wood ward. G.A. VV. W. Woodward. G.A. S. W. Guptil OH. S. W. Guptil G.H. S. W. Guptil G.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. V t. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Vt. State Hospital. R.H. Karl R. Manning, Official Tester S. H. Strong, Secretary milk. S84 1,016 1,080 872 729 1,095 1,214 8(59 1,019 1,189 1,003 1,077 1,247 1,037 1,001 1.26 1,205 1,110 1,037 1,043 1.299 1,882 1,023 1,010 1,128 1,388 1,101 1,250 1,418 1,159 1.973 1,098 1.464 1.220 1,006 1,174 1520 1,025 1,754 l.OflS t'rf 41.3 44.7 fifl.6 43.r) 43.7 55.8 61.0 45.1 47.9 47i 40.1 37.7 44.0 3(1.3 44.6 44.5 36.1 44.3 38.6 41.1 33.2 34.4 41.6 75.3 35.8 31.3 40.6 43.0 36.3 42.5 45.4 37.1 75.0 32.9 43.9 40.3 38.2 42.3 36.6 34.9 50.8 38.4 No Quarrel with Life, if it is insured. Thrice is he armed who has hie family provided for, no matter what his htes troubles or fu ture prospects. National Life In. Co, (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general sgent Iualto block, .Montpelier, t. Hair Grown on Bald Head After Mag aleiest totally bsld. a New Yerkei Bsppilr fear.il sooaeibing wiled Sreoght oet a Nisrisnt previa ml bair of which he a so ereod S will saed Us information free to anrwi wns saks fer It Write: John H. Britum, tatara P, hrw yerk. N. T. alaar wanes and aa asee ana hair e'trr all CalieS. Caa Skis eat. akew etaarai this a) eeaaiae. Auction Sale or She Gained 33 Pounds Amonsr the many interesting eases of nerve quiat and inrreaa in weight credited to the aid of Bitro-Phoaphata ia that of Mrs. Rosa Harris, who waa thin and nervoua when she began, weurhlnc 101 pounds. While usm Bltro-Phocnhata faithfully, she had reached 1S4 pounds, a desirable weight for her. The Improvement in Mrs. Harris aonemranca waa ao great, that friends erf hers were amazed. Bitro-Phoaphata aida in overcomina many eaaca of neuraathenia, brain or faind fatigue, tendency to hysteria, melancholy or break down,, aleeplemneaa, lak of self -contra), nerv ous spelia. Gain new energy and Inspira tion I This whole publication could be filled with atatenwnta of thneei who tell of the efficiency of Bitro-Phoaphate in overcoming nervouancas. weakness and allied troublen. and in aiding natue to inereaM weight steadily, healthily, lastingly. Be well, be happy. You should add years to your life, and have far more contentment, by using Bltro Phosphate) and following the simple direc tions of the health ayatam aceomnanvina each box. t3S GUARANTEE I So positive are the producers of ita merits that you may now obtain Rftra-Phosphata under IdOO guarantee of finding eatiefactnry nerve quiet, increasing your weight nntll you are of normal healthy aice. or otherwise obtaining desired benefit or Bitro-Phoephate will roat you nothing. Could anything be fairer? At E. A. Drawn Co.. and all leading drug stores you may obtain Bitro-Phosphats. Booklet of Interesting facta about nerve-ease. incrcMrd weight, new atrertgth. tranaullHty of mind, and other health desires will he sent fre. noatnaid by ARROW CHKMI- CAL COMPANY. 11 Union Souar. New York. Ad. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF JULIAN H. MARSH The undersigned, having bam appointed by the honorable probata) court for thj district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demands of all persona againat the estate of Julian H. Marsh, late of Cabot, In said district, de ceased, and all claims exhibited in offaet thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforaaid, at th town clerk's ofRee in the town of Cabot, in said district, on the 16th day of Jutte and Ui day of November next, from I "o'clock p. m. until 4 o'clock P.i m.. on each of aaid davs. and that aix months from- the 7th day of May, A. D. 1920. ia the time limited by aaid court for aaid creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Cabot, thia li'Jth day of May. A. P. 1921. B. C. ROGERS. M. D. WARRKN, Commissioners. Junal-t-ll ESTATE OF HOMER PITTS COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE State of Vermont, District of Washington, The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persona interested in the eaLate of Homer Fitte. late of the eity rf B.rre, in said district, deceased, GREET ING: WHEREAS, aaid court has assigned the Sth day of July next for examining and allowing the account of the executrix of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that ftublic notice thereof be given to ait persons nWrutteni in said estate by publishing this order , three; weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Tunes, a nawsnaner published at the eity of Barre. in id district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ap, pear at the probate office in MontpeJier. in aaid dietriri, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see eauae, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimanta to said residue. Given under my hand, this 11th day of June, 19210. MARY 3. CUTLER. Register. June!S-22- Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants, Lost and round. For Sale, To Let, etc. short edver. tiasmenta at the rate of three lines for twenty-five cents for the first insertion ana five cents for each subaeouant insertion. ' H0USES FOR SALE FOB SALi4 7-roonv cottage house onTlarga lot; furnace heat, set tubs, all modern conveniences ; inquire 66 Pleasant' street. 77U iOK SALE Cottage house of 8 rooms, good location; downstairs Knished in hard wood ; bath, furnace heat, hot and cold wa ter; a nice home for someone; inquire ol Alex. McHaftie, 1 Harrington avenue, or Mm. Anois Julian, owner, 68 Pleasant street. 5tf FARM FOR S ALE 6S acres, j 14 miles" to Barre, liVfe miles to quarries, 3 miles to Barre City ! good eoil, plenty of water at house and barn ; just the right place for market gardening and poultry; buildinga need a little re pa ire ; $1,6(10 takes it with all crops if aold before July 1; will aell stock and tools if wanted ; apply "X. Y. Z ." Timee office. Tot FOR SALE Trow block. 115 SouthMain lr'. contains 2 stores, i tenements, also t building lots; good renting property; price for immediate sale. Id Kin H r. Rnv 11 Academy street. 1 T2tf FOR SALE 9.OOD PIECE OF RESIDENCE PROPERTY NEAR CURRIER PARK, CITY OF BARRE ; INQUIRE OF GEO. L. MORRIS, EOOM 1, BOLSTER BLOCK. 7tf ''GREENLETGH,'2bo SMain street for aals: the ... k..-.v.i A .he late W. F. Milne, built within I years; eon- rooms, bathroom, hardwood nnisn " noors tnroughotit, set tuba, cement eel lar floor and steam heat : henhouae and t eg. tra lots go with the property; apple tree, berry OUshea. etc.. mnA rrt n In tmnd em- 00?.'' )'1 Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel. 28-M. 7tf HELP WANTED MALE WANT EU Bell boy and "night clerkT a 60 lanudry woman and kitchen girl, 1 Wait- rw ; naic i .tavern, vveiis Aiver, vt, 7tiO( WAM'cJU AT ONCE -Six men for iranera work ; apply to L. A. Lawrence, Monyjwlier at oarra lyigni a l ower uo. 7 via MAN WANTED One who can operate foot- power macnine; no mixing required; party must be of good habits; Granite City Bot tling Works. 77tf WANTED AT ONCE Mra't-"claa""bed tetter; C. W. McMillan Granite Co. T8tJ QUARRY BOSS WANTED for granite quar- ry at Mount Airy, North Carolina; per. muaent position and the best quarry to run in the United States ; write and tell ua what experience you have had in quarry work ; we are willing to pay a good salary to the right man ; The North Carolina Granita Corporation. ?7tl0 WANTED Married man to work in stable and drive horses; steady position and good nay to rlgt man; H. M. Farnham, the Horse Man. tol. 107 Montpelier. T7tf WANTED Steward" for American Lealoit clubhouse ; ex-service man preferred ; write, stating salary desired, to Geo. A. DcMerell, Adjutant. T7tf WANTED A capable married man for gen eral farm work ; steady job and good pay for right man : can rent tenement on farm : apply E. S. Moulton on H. M. FaraharrlSf farm, 'phone 48-Y Montpelier. 75tf FOR SALE A STEADY POSITION ia open for a first class letter cutter in one of the bast shops in New Jersey excellent climate; union shop: address Monmouth Granite Co.. Fran cis O. Squire, Mgr., Freehold, N. J. 73113 TEAMSTER WANTED Also a faw tons ef bay for sale; apply to N. M. Nelson, 20 Merchant street. 71tf rOK SALE A 1018 Buick rim'asirTfTrsU class condition; call at ail North Main ,treet- . . - run SALB-I8III rord touring car in good condition 1 run about 8,000 miles; price reasonable;, must Sell at once ; John JJot tura,16 First street. FOR SALE -r A very thriving "monumental buslnma in town of Willows, Cal. ; county seat ana only shop in county ; reason for selling,., poor htaltb; W. H. Brown, box 2t, WUIows, Calif. r tjui CADILLAC TRUCK ONE-TON CAPACITY FIRST-CLASS CONDITION CHEAP FOR QUIt K SALE WALDKON SHIELD CO. MILES GRANITE BLOCK 78t' FOR 8ALIU-inriWlou1?iirearrHr T. Bradbury, 128 Washington. reet, tel. : :: : " ' Tt FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring car in good running condition; will demonstrate any day fur 2 p. nj. 1 price 8860; E. E. Grant, i?ki?5j!y'''bury. Vt. 76t8 POLICE DOG PUPPIES FOR SALE: 'PHONE BECKETT, FOR SALE -TwiMtonr i.tnn.Mit house. ' With aoad Kan. ..J ..11.. ...Jm ha " oarn. an in good repair 1 each tenement has ( rooms, electric lights and bath ; plenty of garden for hntW . thm knt could, for a small amount of money, be made Into a 6-room tenement; this ia good property to buy for home or Investment ; sit uated at 14 Clark street ; prk-e right t tela. t n or inquire at Zl-M liowiana building; Elwln L. Scott FOR SALE On Montplia' road, i raiiee from Barre, -nam bouse, modern Im provements ! lartfai .!.. wtth vltia m 1 Sides : barn and helliMia anJ .Vww.f eeea of good land; wtll sell at a reasonable price J - w . " "ireu; mra. n. o. janes, lei. S17-X after f p. m. 04tf FARMS FOR SALE ESTATE OF ROSELLA 8. COOK ESTATE OF rKED R. BRAMAN The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probata court for the dis trict of Randolph, commission era, to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands nf .11 n.MAt,a bmIiu! th. I -, . LWI H. Braman, late of Waahiagton, in said I B,' ef Vermont, Diatre-t of Washington, as. diatrict deceased, and all claima etxhibitod 11,4 "onorable probate court for the ma in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we 1 triet aforesaidi to all persons interested In will meet for the purpose aforevaid. at the he estate of Roaella 8. Cook, late of Natkk. dwelling house of the late Fred H. Braman. I aiaasarruacxr, oeceauwu. ukui Jivu : In the town of Washington, Vt, in said I WHEREAS, aaid court hai assigned the district on the 2th .day of June and ' tJl1 day of June next for examining and 4th day of Decern her next from 1 o'clock I allowing the account of the executor of p. m. until 4 o'clock., on each of said I the estate of aaid deceased and for a days, and that aix months from the 4th i decree of the residue of aaid estate to the law. day of June. A. D. 1920. ia the time claimants of the same and ordered that limited by aaid court for aaid creditors to, public notice thereof be given to pll persons BUY A HOME IMMEDI ATELY OR TAKE THE PENALTY There is sure to be a shortage of houses in Barre before many weeks, and prices will soar. 'These at the old prices will be sold at once! FINE RESIDENCE near Currier Park. f T rooms ; modern : hot-water heat ; large bam and extra lot: splendid porch and a really fine home; only 83,800.00. It is worth at least $700.00 more. Liberal terms of payment WANTED AT ONCE A FEW MORE GOOD CHOPPERS ALSO SOME CRACKING GOOD JOBS OF CUTTING AND 8KIDDING SOFT WOOD LUMBER TO LET STAFFORD & TINDALE F. H. GOODRIDGE, MGR.' PLAINFIELD, VT. 9tl2 WANTED An experienced foreman to take eharsra of monuments.) works : employ about twelve men ; address C. Schleiter's Sons. Freedom, Pa. ;tf WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Wjodbury, Vt : open shop ouanry from Mar. I, 1920 1 wanted now, 2 complete derrick crews : I have a general atore and furnish gnods to men in my employ at wholesale prices : houses rent at 88.00 to 810.00 per month: surface quarry and good machinery; write for more information and state your expert' ence in a e-ranito or marble ouarry ; will fcir . f . v. . Fletcher. Woodbury. Vt Mtf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED A middle-aged woman for house keeper in family of 2 : apply to John H. Wilfore, Williamstown, Vt J7'8 STRAWBERRY "PICftERS WANTED Ap ply to V ' j - mi, jus above school- house. Trow Hill. tel. ' T7tJ" present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated, at Wsahintaon. Vt. this ith day of June. A. D. 1M0. MARTIN W. CHAMBERLIN. G. A. BOHONON, Commissioners. JunS-15-22 New Chemical Kills Bed Bugs P. D. Q. P. D. Q. (Pesky Devils Quietus) is the name of a new golden colored chemical dis covery by Dr. Price that actually rids the worst infested house of bt-dbugs. roaches, i fleas, ants snd their eggs. They don't have time to kick after you go after them with ' P. D. Q. A S5c package of P. D. Q. nukes a quart of strong bug-killer, and goes far-1 ther than a barrel of the old-fashioned dsn- j gcrous dope. P. D. Q. coats and kills their eggs and prevents hatching. FREE, a pat ent spout in every box to enable you to gut them in the hard-to-grt-at places, snd ,' saves juice. P. D. Q. for family use. 35c. Sperisl Hospital and Hotel Sue, S'-'.fin. makes 6 gal- 1 lona, contains 3 snouts your druggist ran I aupply you, or sent prepaid to your address ; either sixe on receipt of price by the Owl ' Chemical Co.. Terre Haute, lnd. P.- D. Q. I never peddled. Adv. 1 EXPERT WELDER on the job all the time. Bring in your broken parts and have them made as good as new. A. M. FLANDERS ao7 No. Main St. Bane, Vt. interested in said estate by publishing tbia order, three weeks successively previous to the day assigned in O-e Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, ia MM rttatrtrt THEREFORE, you are hereby not i fled te appear at the probate office in Montpelier, tn said district on the day assigned, .then and there to content the allowance of said ac count if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, Jegateea and lawful elai.nanta to said residue. I Given under my hand, this 29th day ef i May, mzo. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Junel-C-tl SIX-ROOM ORANGE STREET HOtiRE for IS. 000.00 Corner lot garden, only a few rods from the carline. hsnrlr to tenon!. atone sheds, etc.; wU plumbed; it is a good trade at the price STEAK-HEATED ROOM COTTAr.ir with all conveniences; very large lot; nice porch on 2 sides : sll in good condition and ready for Immediate oeeunanev. T.rv-atd only a few minutes' walk from Postoffice in good neignoomoos. Price I2.85Q.00. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. FJ)WIN F. HEININGER ROWLAND BLD. SURGEON DENTIST THONT FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTTRS FOR REM. RLE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, VH TROI.AS. SO.NtiKA Hl.HIJiii MA CHINES. RECORDS. EHI.ET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre. Vt. CHEATER TO PUT UP AT THE LAKE SHORE HOUSE than to hire a cottage. Reasonable rates with good aceommodaUona. with garage and livery connerted. Telephone 1-t West Danville, Vt j LIBERATION NOTICE S-tt is erv l hi a all peetw Tfcat t it' trsj days gli as ley sea. t -v-wt J set. t.wie erw,g lr- rrwiaraerr ml bat ruawnty. trt 1 shaW' rlaiss ar-aw mi a r- r eee ijey se Sn s) ef ra retrsrtiT it er te del. Jtataai a f.vt. i. ts Hi ear ef lea sV D- l-- nsj ao. t am x.v. The SltGoard Cafe a Furnishings and General Outfit SATURDAY, JUNE 19 At i p. m. on the premises rrnpertr consist, of cfe aisrn, 10 dininetables, 37 dining chair, 1 kitch en table, 1 serving table, 1 marble top table, 1 cash register and aland. 5 hat rack, 3 tray rtanrlx, i tureeni, 10 electric table lamp with shadee, 8 ceil inff lamp with glasa shades. 9 silence doth. 1- email linen table clothe, 0 are linen table clothe, 30 linen nap- kina, 1 tall glass flower vase. II flower holders, 2 sets sash curtains, 4 hory napkin rinps. 3 wall ornament. '2t( full pkfr. paper napkin. 1 broken Vg., 36 ikra. ticket. 1 punch, 3 eervins trays, 48 silver knives, 04 aiher fork. C2 eilrer teaspoon, i sugar eponnn, 20 deaeert arpoons. 19 soup spoons, 24 water frlaaeee. 1 tall water class. 20 sherbet cups, 15 glass ice cram dishes, 1 plat cracker jar. Iff finger bowle, 1 glaas fruit dish.2, platters, 40 soup plates, 27 dinner plates. 18 bread and butter plates, 10 butter plates, 13 individual meet platters, 19 china pie plate. II individual brown teapot. 14 sugar bowls with covers, 6 without covers. 32 sauce di-hes. ft cereal dishes, 2 bowls, 12 megar and oil cruets, 2 email vinegar cruets, 21 tea cup, li brown teapot enter. 11 glass jar, quart and pint. .VI dna. froit jar. Z ice cream dishes. 21 salts and pepper. .1 glas milk pitch er. 7 water bottle, chopping bowl. 3 leetrtr I;ght bulb. I ele-tric fat iron nd stand. I cl'he drier. I large earthen crock, large gas range, ga p!ae warmer, gaa atr beater, kitth en cabinet, I uw!, 1 mop. I mop wringer. 2 ejg beatcT. I -ct !eel tard. I d-tle boiler. I gravy traTr. 2 eetrArng d;-hc-, I cake beatH. I !u m n cocker Tt prrTtT and ether art-!e e. Urn nf to tie reata'irent t.t;:ne wiH , Orr?e, Vajr. tt' and Wi'atrsstowai tt Pjrre be eold r tke premie, at 1 r Un difanoe tr pe sberp. Sami!aT. June I! I . tl-W HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. HOWXAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 1X9-M GAGE & GAGE . Chiropractors tn 11 a m., Tueedar. Wednasday Frlrlar and Saturday: to . .. Monday. Wednesday. Ttiuradsy and Frtoar; X te I p. m . Tueedsy and Tburaday. Mrmtrelier Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. 10 so te u m. m. : Monday. Wednesday and Friday, 1 ROOM lCURRrFR BtK.. Barre Tel 442.W Auction Sale OF REAL ESTATE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS GENUINE FIRE AND AUCTION SALE Consisting of the tincnt residence in the town and some of the best furni ture. Some of this' ha been alightly aeorched but the greater part was not damaged to any extent. THE REAL ESTATE Consists of one of the beat built 12 room houses in the county; rommodi oua barn, cement atables, garage for 3 car, cement floor, and 10 acres of highly productive land. The house is modern throughout, and no money or pain were epared in it erection; the building would cost to-day more than liniXMirtO and can lie repaired and HOWS THI8! NEARLY NEW 4-ROOM HOUSE, with bath, lishta. ete. ; S hen houses. I strawberry patches, nearly an acre in (ooa sraraen, sll up In race shape; quan tity of atinle trees, currants, etc. : irsrden snd small fruit will be worth 1150.00 or more to toe owner this year: location ia mod. ner achor.1. and handy to sjranlte pisnts. aectit a minutes' walk from carline: price, 12,400.00. JUST. OUTS 1 DETH E CITY, we esn of fer you a eood home, house, barn and 1 acre of land, part of which has lot of straw. berrlen ; $2,000.00 is the price, 1500.00 down. ABOUT 2S ACRES OF t.ANP WITH roMtrvRTARLE HOUSK AND BARN for ll.S60.00: about 4 miles from the eity; will kito 4 or 5 cows and team; terms, tWO.OO ;- first payment. W' ANTED-WOMAN FOR CHAMBER WORK from about 8 a. m. to noon, daily, at Central House. 28 Pearl street. T7tf HOUSEKEEPER WANTEt) Elderly lady preferred : small fami hr. permanent posi tion, irood pay for rierht party ; D, W. Coryaa, contractor, Montpelier; tel. office J1T-M. or residence e7-W. 7it3 CHAMBERMAID and 2 waitresses wanted : Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier, V't fot WANTED Waitress nod kitchen airl; Cen tral Cafe.Jel. 40-W. 7tJ EFFICIENT COOK, waitresses and krhen women wanted at once at Miller's Inn. Montpelier. Tfttf WANTED Girl to work nights : M. 15. Restaurant. 78t8 EaUNI) RESS"A isoTc haim TberndsHf o7the summer aeaaen ; applr Wm. M. Gale, Mer.. Lake Morey Club. Fairlee. Vt 6tf WANTED-Strawbcrry pickers. 3 or 4, by last of June; room furnished and rood pay; G. W. French. Bradford, Vt. T8U6 WANTED A middle-d woman or airl to do aeneral housework ; call at 90 Prospect atreet or tel. 781-M. 77t6 PUPIL NURSES WANTED Younr women to train as nurses at Barre City Hospital. Barre. t6tf WANTED A mlddle-aerd women for en- eral horiaearerk : atate wsees : address Mm. Cullen Martin. Windsor. Vt 12tf WANTFD--Pupil rur.es and attendanta at the Taunton State Hospital : wares f SS.OO per month with maintenance: for particulars aidress Dr. Arthur V. Gees. 8upt, Taunton State Hnapital. Taunton. Mas. 24tf 7 FOR SALE 1919 Maxwell tcrfirinr"ar;, less than 15,000 miles ; 1 Ford touring- car In good condition ; f . T. Can-,. Hardwick, Vt. : : 7U FOR SALE A Meade bicycle. In good eon- ditlon, run part of one season ; inquire ef ,77 H. Daris. 124 East street. Barre. tel. Ooo-W. . 74ts FOR SALE Fifteen tons of good hay ; H7j. J?1?-- North Montpelier. f 4t FOR SALE A new trumpetTmodeI cornet made by H. N. White Co.: cost 90 ; price riKht if tak at once; address "Cornet." JJmes office. T2tl2 ASTERPLANTS--Cholce varieties," IRe Per do, $1 per J00: the aster is the undisputed queen of the autumn garden ; set out large bed now and enjoy a floral feast during August and September; Booth, Cherry street. Barre,tel. 67-Y. ?7U FOR SALE ColTie pups; apply to A. f. Smith & Son. Barre, 'phone 604-M. ?ltf ONE PORTABLE GARAGE-F'OR PALE--- oise una ieet; u, r. Millar, P. O. Box 184, Barre. 7tf DODGE TRUCK FORALBScreen boaT; nmt-classj condition, good a new, 1919 model; run about 8,000 miles. Fisher Farm, Bethel, Vt tlti FOR SALE 1 soda fountain, 11 wire-lea- ta bles, wire-lea- chsirs. 4 wire.ler atml t orangeade tank, one 16-gaL ice cream cabi net one 20-gal. ice cream cabinet I cigar case 4ftx2xl, 1 email counter,- 1 cash regie ier, i aina ior wssning and dreinmg glasses, 1 violin, and assortment of tins for making brick ice cream, 1 wood bed: the above goods must be sold to settle estate; F. L. Jerdedm., andolph.Vt SJtf FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granlt and marble monumenta : brightena np the lettering and makes ths whole monu ment look elesn end new : guaranteed : price an application: James Sullivan, 114 Park atreet, Barre. Vt I80f "-.M"8 B" -r biBLACK dia: MONO RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, Are and sunproof t 800 lbs. to bbl. I am ready to paint or repair your roofs t E. L. Densmore. 1 Pleasant street 12tf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE Pigs. I weeks old Arthur Aimlejr, Cutler Comer, teli8-24. Ttf FOR SALE Two eows7"andyt7old. tesUd : 2 hog-s, weight 200 lbs. each. ; ehean horse, harness, buggy: tel. 214-W. 9tf This is the time to buy. Let us help you to decide. THE D." A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUXERAL FTRVTSHINGB nospitai Ameuianee Itervire Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot ftq. Barre Tel. ennnertlon. 4I-W DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Rwn . MJea Fnilding Trlephon t eeoertioa OrFirFHOt'R'': tin tallatn4l ! p SB- Moadsy. Tuesday. Tkursdey and Fnsar Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18, Miles Building OFFICE HOURS : te K. 1 e I. S e Tasnkm 1: W SEE US TN OUR NEW LOCATION We are are ready ts aerre Koth n'd ax4 new ewteawera with a bigh grade sT Jewelry. Kepair work gnarsnteed. O. J. DODGE, th? Jeweler 24 ELM STREET FOLK AGENT t)R "BOSTON AMERICAN" FARMS FOR SALE 40-ACRF: FARM in Msrshfield. H ml. from apwinn e. fiw iwa . torsiion ane ex he be.; a large IS story houae. 10 rooana. all in Ana shape; verandas both sides, tele. ihone and ensre of stork : 80-ft barn with as em ent built I yra. asro: runnin water tn house and Kara; ganure. henhouae aad tool house : buildings sll painted ; Isnd lays n : smooui. mar nine-mowing fields, good pastures, quite a quantity of timber and wood; a niee home for someone. MA-ACRR FARM In Marantic!, m ml. from poatomce: 2 -story house in good ahaeet good big barn Just rerentlr built mi euqipped with litter carrier and horse fork; shed room aad tool house, Isnre henhouse. running water to nouse and barn : larre ap ple orchard, extra smooth nk-e-laying fields: made a good a. new for . .mall rj VTU VL" i'l" :. -S amount of outlay. The location of the! wood: this farm will run 15 rows snd team property i iilraj and. at the price for na " be made to do more: someone when they see it snd find out the price. FOR BALE IN SO. CABOT VILLAGE ISO-ACRE FARM, e-ttra rood building, all in fine shape: 1-story house with reraa das : house Urge enourh for families and well-finished rooms ; one of the best of el Isrs; barn. 4H70. deep drop hsrs. a dandy ilo. good etsbles. never-failing water to miiiflina-a ane all inside: a nice apnle ar rhard, anarhine-raowing nelela, ruts hay ef the beet eualitv : lietofd M stand'ng tim ber ea the place, close to mill : 0 heed ef cattle, of which 11 are nice cow: a good Pair of horses, almost new barn easts .- a let ef rond fsrm tools : will sell the property ell Iceether or farm wit hoot stork and tools; price right either wsy. 1 Ut tea w outauT t I OOO ta.llJj t4a. a ..to.-a. mlaa I f j MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Lat F-arrr. thtri.ne and ,ra ft ,re te) larrs which it will lie aold. it i a bar-rain PERSONAL PROPERTY Include bedroom furniture of all kinds, parlor and atttine-room furniture, ear chair, couthe. sofas, rocker, fine din ing table, black walnut dining table, leather-seat chairs, eloctric portable lamp, rug, cariet, kitchen tabic and chair. Kditton phonopraph with 150 record and cabinet, aideboard, eection al lHMikcate, almnet new electric tc uuro cleaner, refrigerator, ice cream freerer. 2 bra kettle in exceptional ly good condition, lamp, etorm min dow. nearly new lawn mower, quan t it y second hand clothing and htc. a lot of email farming tool, including ct of driving harncic. hoc, fork, harrow, etc., Sharpie cream separator, new; milk can, galv. ap bti kel. (alv. sap holder, mtaring off arch and pan. Jhi property i nearly all in good condition, eome of it alight lv moliel but not hadlv damaged. Sale will take place on the prcmie in East Barre Village on Saturday Afternoon, June 19, at 1 o'clock Liberal term will be given on real estate. Thi i a genuine aale and all property will be iipoed of. tome and let me how the property to you before the le. FRED L. SARGEXT, Owner. D. A. PERRY. Aoctieaeer. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS .x00 I 7 00 am.ie MRS. W. r. SHEPASD, Ower. H. KALE. Aortieirer. SI. J. WHITCOXia Enl Rarrs Vermont TsitrilOM. - Te the Tatratera of tine Town cf ; Prre- Noli t herehT rte 'hat your rejeie lite ate d'ie art4 i!. wi:h:n ". dare Ironi day eJ ilti - k e. a FOR SALE IN SO. CABOT VTLLAOF A SAWMILL all in ved running rendition nearly an acre of land for yard rorea, board aama and a number "f tmall aaws ; a lot of ettra belting, owe 14-in. belt 50 ft one. nearly new; a Ira e ttr n.iller. a b'ar-ksmith eutrtt. forge, anvil, drilling ms--.ne. vise, week bench aed a lot of oOiee hinvs: a large amount ef mom war .,!l fr manufaetueinw ehstr stock, or a great nlaee foe a bohena factory, aa thia nronefv ia located einee to a lars-e sanenrtt ef s'l alnos of tteeber and if taken rtght away ;oe burs this whole a-itrlt Tneae pee p. rles. both farwvs end vfTlagm, arv su vr-.wea so eeti : asa neve A. R. COLE, Ajrent Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2 REAL ESTATE AT Pt'BLIC SALE Te settle th eatste ef the ktte !rv,rg Patee. the o"gwed wi'l nil at rWw aortwai on the :4 and rath ef Jane. J,-a. "w real eatste pereeesJ tropeity . f ea-d Pa tew. Reel esteas eatevts ef the Iturnil rwee I paetsre lot and the S-v-rt r-ism. He-w-vls ahr-w tm te eewteia - ' - trim. WaWh fevr fsrUier iiee-f E R. PA VIS Am r a. rr tT. a w-t jm'-w HOUSES TO RENT To RESi'T -Two tenements of S rooms each, bath, electric lights and gas. at ".t Mer chant street : inquire at 24 Merchant street uretalre : 'phone 185-W. t6t TO RENT Tenement of 4 rooms at 14 Vo. Seminary street : newly painted and tie- pered ; inouire of Mr. Rossie at huse or G. A. Hunttnrton. SO First avenue. Montpelier. telephone connection. 4tf TO RENT Small tenemetit at Ml North Mein street: also a e-room tenement en Vorth Seminary street; O. D. Shurtlcff, 2 North Main atreet. T4if TO rlFNT Downatairs tenement of K rooms. pantry and bath, electric lirhts and large garden, together with ham privilege : va cant June H - situated at 14 Clark street: telet-hons -R or inouire at 11-22 Rowland building. Flwln L. Scott. tf TENEMENT tO RENT A downatsira tend ment with large bam and X larve eardens at Berlin street : inquire Mm. Fuernle Crsnger. 1 pe Ceove. er Miss Jeanette resteer at Tilden' 8hoe Store. "tf TENEMENT TO RENT 8 forieniTTiath. elec trie HghU, gas ; inquire at 4S Pasrl street f TO RENT 4l-reom eotteee on Ttranrh rteeH. newly repaired; rail S9J-SJ : F. H. Nichola . ttf TO RENT Eight-room bouse, unner Wuh- inston a'reet, connected wlh sewer, ben, hewse end brn : 1 acres of tillage and ess ti.ee: Mrs. LIU is Smith. 47 Pat tenon street tel. 2-J. 41f TO PENT Five-room downstairs tenement at Maple avenue: bth. ess vanes, elec tric Kehhi ; inquire at XX Church street ee tel. e?-M. 2tf TO RENT Five-room tenement with garde at (4 Elmwood avenue; apply at same rd- drsss. ntf TO RENT Sreell tenement at No IT Addi son elaee: aiee per month; Inquire ef E. M. White, IT J'nlsnd aven-a tf TO RENT Three. room tenement st li West street hot and cob weter. aa and elertrte Hehta ; lnqui-e et E. I Smith 1? West teet. tel. .1-Y. or Alex. MrrTaltle. te! 1.W or S-M. Stf TO PENT-Tenemert 4 roeens, tie a nva. Smith place. Maple avenue: Smith Proa Mtf ITSTAlRS'TFVFVFNt TOPENT-riv vooe- at 4S Marie av-ni'- weoahed. elec. tele MetiW : Inquire f Mrs. Shslkvw. Foravthe pla-e. 44tf TO RENT Fesir-eerira tenement with gar den ert berha : also ether tenements: Vra J T 1'aHaghan. 44 Park street tel 174-W. 4tf TO RENT S-rrmTB t. items nt. lat eior The Northern : sll modern ; apply at 120 North Mein atreet. 4tf TO RENT Ttnement at ? Merchant et-vet. also 4 tenements en Willev street, ell In f rt-e'aes ahepe : modern leineeeeieria : Ceo W. Maen. (4 W'e4!ios-ton street Iftf TfNFMFNT TO RENT tn tiouee et rest -f Comer blork. 19 No. Main street : inu'iire ef R. S Currier after 7 p. m, 10 Feet atreet Parre. Stf , FOR P.ENT " good T-rnnm eettaee beues. i n-n. aale h- st-teHeter street-' FT W. rWt Polater blork. 14tf ) COTTAGE HOI PF. TO RENT ojT Vine C L. Weedwwrta. Esatmsa tv-k. ff HORSES ANJTVEmCLES FOR SALE Horse weighing 1,400 tbiu, young and sound, can uae single or double; will sacrifice if taken at once; tel. 04-M- 7'J GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY-Call M Wuk. tngton. vt. or address t. A. Beede. 2ti COOD VOUNG HORSES FOR KALE Froni 1.00 lbs. to 1.400 lbs. each ; t. A. Spenee,- Beckley Hlll ftlt rbR SALE Three work horses, welghlna; snout i.ouu eacn; w. tu, xvichols, tel. -M. J4tf FOR'sTLERubber-tlred buggy wagon for ssle: inouire at t No. Main (treat. Mr. E. A. Withanv ltf jLilley Style Farm Wagons The very best Wsgons built for farm and road. All Sizes Now in Stock We have Dutch Gears, too, ff you want them. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Maneger R4 State Street Montpelier. Vermont Automobile Accessories More and more people are corning here for ACCESSORIES. TIRES AND SUPPLIES We Sell United States Tires We Sell United States Tubes Fro Air for Our Customer VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Manager 4 STATE STREET. MONTPELIER FOR CULTIVATING Weeders. Horse Hoes. Five-Tooth Walking CuRivatora. Seven-Tooth Walking Cultiva tor. Spike Tooth Cultivator. Riding Culti vator. W have them in stock, all ready for you. MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Tel. 140 Orange Co. 'Phone FOR HAYING Mowers. Rakes, a few S-ft and 4-ft' Re built Mower, good aa new. At the prices, thev won't last long. PtudrbskeT Low Wheel Trucks, makee loading hay easy. We have them tn etork. . Come and aee. N. MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Tsl. 140 Orange County 'Phone WAGONS ove-horse farm wagons two-horse farm wagons farm trucks concord buggies - and don't foreet LOW-WrTEELID TRUCKS FOR HAYING. Yoa'U not have to watt for them. RtgM here in stock. There' nothing better thaa a Studehaker. MARSH-ALLEN CO. V. E Te! 140 Orange Co. pHewe MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL AND LONG'DISTANCE TRUCK ING Also equtpved to take parties: call 414-M., TtSJ HAY TO"PE CUt ON SHARES Around tons of good quality timothy hay. en Ssbia farm. an i lee frees Barre City: foe farther particulars address F. O. Ssbin. 1 E. 14ttt atreet Psvenport Iowa. T4t LAWN MOWERS SH A RPFNED Called foe and delivered: 'phone I3S-W ; Granite -CiT Tool Co. Stf " ANYONE DESlRrNC, MAN WITH KORS as ererk by the day. hauling aahes ee gar sees ar cleaning ap areaad. call ea C FVrjo trIL South Main street, eg telephone Will rare. 401- W. 4t WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY A 4-room er T-rowea cottage bouee. eent-sUy located ; peefew wrard I: write to "House," ear Timea emce TTtf HIGHEST PRICES Paid for rag., rnars- sinea. pspers. iron, rsboers, ear. aire) loves snd furniture; "phone SIML Abrses Fine. esue CASH PRK"F,S PAID for ras-v. rubbers, reet. aa. asaranatw bxtea. and begs a specialty X t hone tV-PL Sass Gould. 1(1 Brook ateeet. T.t; WANTED To'BUY Won4-ber,d forelts-a. tenia and etarres : ivMiuirt O. Sssrta. )" Ka. Me atrwt tel. '2-M. eTU BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES I-OST AND FOUND FOUND A wkmia oat; aaser ran have seme by pemmg rwrtt vnd "v ieg fee tr adv.; f. D. kfinerty. Wji lamteia. Vt LOST -A hub cap to S'uls set wobtle. - e- t-'eawie biS' te Twa e-e iri M MfF HViTAr OUND-tall "i HELP ANTrD-teneg mea aad e.eaaa ta Times wave Tt2 teke peait-weat se srtet-aaata at the Voe. .MALE AND FEMALE HELP CAsniTNT TANK end: csh at Timee ,fe. t. LftT - . ej' ee snd wfcrte eo hert.asire j mt beati'tal. iame te t tiM W teTwe tn'rrm' - - - t-ory ; te tlvwe rm w-r. an es'lietmnnj a- feeed te attend earses eras'-wg eewrae : ae- vt ltg JVert IVSsre. eerary. L tej" K H XrFXFY. Team Tr'a FeviTe. Vt. Jane II. I?"l JwANIItl rart te hrs a granite ease rw"CJ. ,,.r I f-orm Ca fia-w. er ama 4 beatawa m- " ' rmm ' I.L strteg pa-uw. wme as "O. C," rare T. WVTTr T4t a esnswi FURNISHED R003IS WANTED ' TO fc NT - t.rn-ed. ror-n at A txrr Kir.st rr ifsir& rt.K wrma( et-eet pee-w, : re'r-etvr--. aed-rea 'rwwaf " J' TTI EX' -1 tn rrvt. Tte r a, ral.lt b wk- T forbed mr ae'ursebea. for iigM fciiea Tst bejsee iiri fee a g -t keeeHwe : tegstre at & L Warden. 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