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THE BAIIKK DAIJLY TIMES, BAllliE, Vi., TUESDAY,
JUNE j 29, 1920. ABOUT THE STATE Hppoingi of Inttrett from Different Section tv alter u. Wood, for two years principal of Lamoilln Central academy at Hyde i'ark and for two years prin final of the North Bennington high school, is to mieceed Harris H. Metealf as principal of the junior high school in ."xortn Kennington. Mrs. Martha Nichols and Mrs. Eliza Dezan, who were sisters, died at their home in Grensboro Bend last week within 20 hours of each other, Mrs. Nichols Tuesday afternoon and Mrs Dezan Wednesday afternoon. A double funeral was held. ' Vandals have recently destroyed con I elderable property at the camp and : shelter of the Green Mountain club at ; the summit of Mount Killington in ,i Rutland. Seats and benches, made for use there have been chopped up for . ore wood ana one uotira was even ta.en . off the shack to burn. Daniel Cady, the well-known author of poems dealing with Vermont farm life, is planning to sail for Europe on - July 3. Henry J, Davis has resigned as mail " carrier on a rural route in Chester, aft- :' er 1" Vt years of service, having re ' reived the appointment when -ir-al de ' livery was first started from the Ches ter postoffice. f IMPORTS INCREASE. : Gain of SO Per Cent Was Made in Ver mont District. 1 St. Albans, June 20. The customs .. report for the month of May shows an increase of 50 per cent in imports over I the corresponding month last year. The ;! total of free merchandise was $5,154, 323, of dutiable merchandise $1,347,- 1M. The duties collected amounted to j $113,305.08. The total domestic ex ', ports were $7,535,117 and foreign ex ! ports $378,118. ; WAITSFIELD Burial Services for Dr. A. W. Gorham, Who Died in Westwood, Mass. ; Burial services for Dr. A: W. Gorham, : who died June 25 in Westwood, Mass., were conducted In the village ceme tery here Monday at 10 a. m. The of riciating clergyman was Kev. w. A. Ke mele, pastor of the Congregational , church, and the bearers, Walter Turn f er, Carl Haselton, K. H. Jones and John Bisbee. Arthur Webster Gorham was born i Westminster, May 20, 18B5. He grad tiated from McGill university in Mont leal and was a veterinary physician o high repute. On June 28, 1803, just ii years oetore the date of his burial service, he marriPd Grace Kdith, daugh ter of wuiiam a. and ranny (Davis Hazelton of this town. They resided for many years on the W. W. Tucker place on the river road. Dr. and Mrs, Gorham were the parents of one daugh ter, Hazel, wno lived to the age of tw years. Dr. Gorham had been suffering for over a year from pernicious anemia death coming on the afternoon of Fri ' day, June 2.5. He is survived by his wife and an adopted daughter, MUs : Kuth Uorham. The remains were accompanied, from the Uorham home in Westwood, Mass. by Mrs. Gorham and her brother. Car! J Hazel ton, and were laid to rest in the family burial ground beside their in 1 fant daughter. The service was well at tended by relatives, friends and for ' mer townsmen. She Gained 33 Pounds Among th many interesting cases of nerve quiet and increase in weight credited to the id ef Bitro-Phosphate is that of Mrs. Rota Harris, who was thin and nervous when she began, weishinc 101 pounds. While twins Bitro-Phoaphate faithfully, she had reached 184 pounds, desirable weight for her. The Improvement in Mrs. Harris' appearance was so (treat, that friends of hers were amazed. Bltro-Fhusphate aids in overcoming many eases of neurasthenia, brain or mind fatigue, tendency to hysteria, melancholy or break down, sleeplessness, lack of self-control, nerv ous spells. Gain new energy and inspira tion I This whole publication could be filled with statements of those who toll of the efficiency of Bitro-Phosphate in overcoming nervousness, weakness and allied troubles. and in aiding nature to increase weight steadily, healthily, lastingly. Be well, be happy. i You should add years to your life, and have far more contentment by using Bitro- Phosphate and following the simple direc. tiotis of the health system accompanying each box. $301 GUARANTEE 60 positive are the producers of its merits that you may now obtain Bitro-Phosphate under $800 guarantee of finding satisfactory nerve quiet, increasing your weight until you are of normal healthy size, or otherwise obtaining desired benefit or Bitro-Phosphate will cost you nothing.. Could anything be fairer? At E. A. Drown & Co.. and all leading drug stores you may obtain Bitro-Phoepbate. Booklet of interesting facts about nerve-ease. increased weight, new strength, tranquillity of mind, and other health desires will be sent free, postpaid, by ARROW CHEMI CAL COMPANY, 18 Union Square, New York. Adv. Always Kickin' George W. Wallis, recently elected by me grand lodge of Vermont as a trus tee of the Gill Odd Fellows' home in Ludlow, made his first official visit to , the home last week and reports It in ' good condition, with a very valuable property. O. H. Coolidge of Rutland, class of "21, U. V. M., left Tuesday morning lor uieveiand, U., where he ha ac cepted a position for the summer vara tion ss analytic chemist with the Glid- ,aen arnish Co. B. D. Bisbee, D. R. Bisbee end John Bisbee joined their other two broth ers at the Bisbee camp in Berlin for ine weeK end. Miss L. Jean Bisbee was at home from Barre over Sunday. Mr. and Mr. J. If. Loveft of War ren spent Sunday at W. W. Tucker's. Mr, and Mrs. James Thaloa arrived In town Monday from Florida. The Y. C. C. class of the Consreira tional Sunday school met in the vestry J . -1 . a- 1 rriuay riming, avuout z. neing pres ent. After the regular business meet ing, a candy-making bee was held, snd the evening was ended with a promenade. Everett Wallis is home from the L niversity of Vermont for a short vav cation. MirS Jcie Trask is spending the ween at ner horn in bast Warren. Kev. and Mrs. W. A. Remele are at tending the national council and cen tensry celebration of Congregational ehnrche in Boston. , " Miss Mildred Davis is spending the wee in Boston. Next Sunday there will be no morn in service at the Congregational church, owing to the absence of the pastor. The other services of the dsy win or neia as usual. Miss Annie Dale was boma from Montpelier for the week end. Children's day was observed with fitting exercises at the Congregational church Sunday. A processional of 40 tot from the primary and kinder garten department and eiercise by them were interesting. The churrh a beautifully decorated with flowering Drubs and rem, and mimic was fur nished bl the choir, with Everett Wsl Jis at the organ. A sulo. "He That Dwelleth'' (biirnham) was ung bv Mi Mildred Pavt. and a trio. "Lift Thine Kye loth Mountains" I Elijah I was sung by Mrs. W. A. Remele. Miss Jnsie Trask and Mis Mildred Davis. Aa interesting pert of the eervicw was the baptism of eight infant from the arish. The committee n charge was Mr. W. V Jones. Mi Irene Joa'va, y lea Dorothy Sara. Mis Alice Bush veil, program, and Mis Ruth Joelya, decora t ion. Mr. and Mr. Harry T. KTi and dsughter. Miss Dorothy Kill, of Hunt tartow were werk-esd 'jniewt in town. Mr. and Mr. !. P. JoVt) ent to Montr-rher m-enUr to m their on, Byford. St the hwritI. Mi M. ),rr4 Fsrr has twa Krn;iclt h-enfle fmfa Movstr" er. and i wwa ter awM. Mr. O. U. I-afn. The cwi.iion e.f Mr. W. C. Kel y. wh 1 suffering lr -esxev. is ry mi -aI Mrs. P. . f,i:H. i s.titj ,l"m iiMwi tubv-j ".. rKred w svl '!. day last wetk. Plan Huge Cannery for Japan. The negotiations which had been go ing on between Mr. Charles B. Bills, ex- senator of California, and several Jap anese financiers including Baron Shi- busawa, Baron Kakatani, Baron Okura and other prominent business men of Tokio, have been successfully conclud ed, according to the Japan Times and Mail, and it is now planned to.estab- ish a big cannery business as an Amer- ico-Japanese joint enterprise. . The plan for establishing a banking corporation as a joint Americo-Japan- ese inveHtment in California, which formed the principal and original sub ject of the negotiations between Mr. Bills and the Japanese financiers con cerned, has been also, settled, . Upon the suggestion of Mr. Bills, the parties concerned decided to establish a big cannery business with headquar ters in Tokio with a capitalization of 8,000,000 yen. They would start one cannery in Tokio with 800,000 yen out of the paid-up capital. , At the same time Mr. Bills will pur chase the Barden cannery of Sacra mento for the new company and en larging the business of that company with 1,200,000 yen. the balance of the paid-up capitalization will operate the cannery in co-operation. with the estab lishment trt Tokio, the goods manufac tnred at either factory to be marketed on either market. East and 'AVest News. ' Kir iroor. WRE A0OUI IN rTri'FlAT 100 Ml m v TOO HOT, NOW EH ALWAV- LITTLE WHIlf A60 YOU WERE ABOUT . jS rfm. saaigsu - tjr jas. I U r la It- I X - I 111 '. . . " 1 too cool rjwmrsmmm Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish, Wants. Lost end Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short advei tisements at the rata of three line for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and ten cents fur each subsequent Insertion HOUSES FOR SALE A Social Event. "Did you know that Mrs. Blank has obtained her divorce!-' "Oh, yes, we received cards yester day.'' Boston Transcript.. USE POSLAM FOR ECZEMA ITCH NO MORE Every ecxem sufferer should know Just how greatly Poslam is sole to benefit this stubborn trouble; how quickly it brings relief, stops, itching, cools, soothes and com forts. To screed Poslam over an angry af fected surface is to feel that here, in reali ty, ia just the Resiling influence the skin d mends. Treatment is usually surprisinir- ly short and improrement notieed every day. Poslam is harmless. Use It for pim ples, rashes and all aruntiofuu disorders. Sold everywhere, r or free sample write to bmergenry t-shora tones, 243 West 4tn St. Mew York City. Urge your skin to become eleerer, health ier by the daily use of Poslam Soap, medi cated with Poslam. AUCTION OF REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND PERSONAL PROPERTY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30 at i o'clock p. m. On the farm known as the H. W. Bil lings farm, located about 3 smiles from Stowe village on the state road to Mount Mansfield; ONE MILL BUILDING, 3x4 ft., nearly new and frame built of large timber; ONE STOREHOUSE BUILD ING, 20x120 feet j these buildings t an be rebuilt into a nice cottage, barns, or snv building purpose you may wish. PERSONAL PROPERTY: One bay horse, good to work and fair driver; i ESTATE OF HOMER F1TT8 State of Vermont District of Washington, ss. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested in the estate of Homer Pitt, late pf Ihe city of Barre. in said district, deceased, GREET ING: WHEREAS, said court ha assigned the 8th day of July next for examining and allowing the account of the executrix of FARMS FOR SALE FARMS FOR SALE rUK Ai.J!i seven-room bouse and barn, aJao large garden ; B. Marriotti, Cor. Howard and Pike street. 89tf FOR" SALE At Wtbaterville. -room house: never-failing spring water; inquire of Paul Snow, East Barre. Vt ts FOR, SALE Small place, X acres, barn, hen- hudse, just off Gulf road; 60 to 5 acres adjoining could be bought; berries, fruit and soma lumber; Clarence Moulton, West Hill, tel. 214-W. FOR SALE A nice home in South Barre; 10-room house, barn, henhouse and garden ; house is heatd by a Spencer steam heater. which cannot be beaten, burns the cheap buckwheat eoai; electric lights in houae and barn ; nice lawn with shade trees and shrub bery ; will sell at a big sacrifice; inquire of W. L. Can- at Jones Bros. Co. or on prem- ises. 88taT FOR SALE 7-room Sottas, all modern con veniences ; barn, garage, S lots if desired ; owner leaving city; J. Boaei, 26 Berlin street. (6tf COTTAGE HOUSE Seven rooms, on larg lot, for sale; furnace, set tubs, henhouse and run, garden and fruit bushes ; all mod ern; a good investment! call at 6 Flnuant street. Tiltf FOR SALE Cottage house of 8 rooms, good location ; downetuirs nnished in hard wood ; bath, furnace heat, hot and cold wa ter; a nice home for someone; inquire ot Alex. McHsffic. 19 Harrington avenue, or Mm. Annie Julian, owner, 68 Fleasajrt street. 76tf FOR SALE Trow block. 114 South Main street, contains t stores, I tenements, also 8 building lots ; good renting property ; price for immediate sale, 86.600; H. G. Boyee, 11 HELP WANTED MALE FOR SALE WANTED Young man to work on farm, 18 to 20 years old; apply to Leland S. Little. Main romd to Pl;nlil HHA WANTED Painter and paper ' hinger; E. ' fr!!' 15c -0' Jurries, 602 North Main street. ' 89t3 1 ' WANTED AT ONCE First-ciaas" "brfcklay ' ers, 81.17V per hour; tenders Hue; li months' work; Louis A. Lafrane, Windsor, VL ; applyto Mr. Goulet, SUtft.. 8Dtf WANTEDThreentiiass letter cutters": one who can carve ; also three granite cutters ; best of wages ; address C. Schlei ters Sons, Freedom, Pa. S9tf WANTED A good letter cutt'erTn "granite ; good" wages; steady work; address, "Utica Granite and Marble Works," H , Prespert Street, Utica, N. Y. 8!lt WANTED A man to live at Goddard Semi nary for the summer and work on the rounds ; apply oJO.K. Holllster. 88tf WANTED-CNsht watchmanY Pavilion Hotel', MontPfclier. ' 88t6 WANTED Experienced tumste'r; V. E. Downing, 2t Cliff street, tel. H4-W or People's telephone. Washinston. 88tf WANt'ED-Single'man between iWoTrs'rto travel with manager and solicit ; experience unnecessary; salary or commission; write l'crrest F. Sturgeon, Brandon, VU, Gen. Del. 88t8 EXPERIENCED CARVER WANTED "At S6tr Academy street. T2tf FOR RALK GOOD PIECE OF RESIDENCE PROPERTY NEAR CURRIER PARK, CITY OF BARRE; INQUIRE OF GEO. L. MORRIS, ROOM 1. BOLSTER BLOCK. 6"tf "GREENLEIGH," 205 S. Main streetf for sale: the semi-bungalow residence of th late W. F, Milne, built within 8 yean ; eon tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tuba, cement cel lar floor and steam heat ; henhouse and 2 ex tra lota ge with th property; apple tree, berry bushes, etc., and garden in imod con dition ; apply to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel. 2-M. s I7tf FOR SALE Two-story, 2-tenement-house, with good barn and eel tar under house and barn, all in good repair; each tenement has 6 rooms, electric light and bexh ; plenty of garden for both tenements ;. the bam could, for a small amount of money, be made into a S-room tenement: th) la good property to buy for home er investment; sit- th nf said ritMunl and for a decree ' basement, built 8 yrs. awo : running waxer of the residue of said estate to the lawful to house snd barn ; rarage, henbous and claimant of the same, snd ordered that tooihouse: buildings all painted: land lays public notice thereof be given to all persons wsrrn: smooth, machine-mowing fields, good interestod in said estate by publishing this pastures, quite a quantity of timber and nrdr thro t,rnsivelv previous to ! wood : a nice home for someone. the day assigned. In the Barre Daily Times, 40-ACRE FARM in Marshneld, U ml. from poa toffies on Cabot road ; location eae of '.ne m.. a tmrxm t iiotj ii ouw. iu rooms. .....j . ..... all in fine shape: veranda, both .id-, tele- .Tf. .pTl,Cf CS sck: 80-ft. barn n h,Vw7.-. pi7. i"N..v V.'i phone and ahnre of stock HELP WANTED Magnesia Tale Company, Waterbury, Vt. BUZ WANTED AT T3NCE A first-class machine polisher : steady Work and stood bay ; ap ply to Union Granite Co.. Waterbury, Vt 7u TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few tons f hay for sale: apply to N. M. Nelson, SO Merchant street. Tltf WANTED At Fletcher ousrry. Woodbury, Vt. ; open shop quarry from Mar. 1, 1920 : wanted now, 2 complete derrick erew. ; I have a general store and furnish goods to men in my employ at wholesale prices ; house rent at 88.00 to 810.00 per month: surface qusrry and good machinery ; write for more information and state your experi ence in a granite or marble quarry ; wilt hire a few apprentices; L. K. Fletcher. Woodbury. Vt. 14tf FOR SALE Cabbage, Scotch kale, Savoy, Brusslls Sprouts, 10c dozen or t6 cants per 100, 81.00 for 160; cauliflower and James Levi. 81 Hill gilts HUNTING DOK FOR SALE. .Ooodb red P . ..12 LB?lll?J' tI"eet- sots FOR SALE Up-to-date plumbin"gheating and shctt metal business ; well stocked and equipped, established with the best class of patrons and doing a tine business all seasons ef th. year; exceptional opportunity. Also wish to sell Dodge truck" snd business block: Mrs. Harold B. Carter, box llH Sirinficld,Vt. gotS F"0r SALE Second-hand bcltiirfeA ef lo-inch leather belting and 80 feet of 11-inch cotton belting; J. W. Untiedt, Northflcld, VL, R. F. D.J. mH FOR SALE An Internationa"" ha7loader , . and side" delivery rake, both ready lo hitch to and do your haying ; price right, can be seen on. the prcmiets, or write C. D Dunham, WfUiamatown, Vt. 89tS TRA VEL1NG CRANE 'FbRsrLEF-ton. 60-fcot span, Shaw 3-motor crane; imme diate dtlivery; motors, 220 volt direct eur. rent; address "T. C." care Times.' 8Bt8 1 set bed a newspaper published at th city of Barre, in sid district. THEREFORE, you ar hereby notified to ap- rr at the probate office in Motitiwlirr. said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatee. nd lawful claimant, to .aid residue. Given under my hand, this 11th day of June, 1920. MARY J. CUTLER, Register. Junel 8-22-2 ESTATE OP MARY k7 WRITE State of Vermont. District of Washington.. The honorable probate eourt for the district aforesaid, to the heirs and all person. Inter ested in the estate of Mary E. White, late ef the City of Barre. in said district. I40-ACRE FARM in MsmhfWId, It. ml. from poxtofflce : 2-story house in good shape: good big barn just recently built ever; euqipped with litter carrier and horse fork ; shed room and tooihouse, large henhouse, running water to house and barn : large ap ple orchard, extra smooth nk-e-laying fields ; plenty of pasturing, th. right kind: esti. mated 100 M. ft. of lumber and a lot of wood ; this farm will run 16 cown end team and can easily be made to do more: someont o'mht to get interested in this deal quick when they se it snd find out the price. FOR SALE tS SO. CABOT VILLAGE ISO-ACRE FARM, extra good buildings, .11 in fine shape: lt-stnry house with versn dss : house large enough for families snd well-flnished rrerms ; one of Ihe best of cel lar. ; nsrn. 40x7o. deep drop bays, a dandy to BIG ULCER ALL HEALED "Now I Can Walk," Says Mrs. Southcott of Medina Her i. another letter that mak fne happy, sy Peterson, of Buffalo. "One thst 1 would rather have than a thousand dollars. " Money tan t everything in this world. There is many a big hearted, rich man who would give all be has on earth to be able to produce a remedy with such mighty heeling power as Peterson's Ointment, to sell at all druggista for J cen la a large box." Read this letter, written February 14 VIS, by Mrs. Albert Soulkrott, ef Medina. Y. It seems lute a miracle, but it w true, every word of it. I knew rt Sews use I ret similar letter. almost every eey from people who have need my eantinent for eld sores, erseoia and piles. la it any wonoer I am nappy I Prtenea. Ointment Co., Inc.. Buffalo, V. Deer Sirs ) "I wa. an entoid aSfferer from n eid running core and ulcers. 1 had tried moat evcrvthing without any relief from eun friend told me of your wonderful oint ment and the "rat box tmt awny Uie pain that bad not left me before in years, and iter using Just nine dollar, worth f til. salve 1 am cured. The uh-er wa. S inrhm bv W inches, is all healed and I ran walk rr. never will 1 be wiuwut rrteraon s again. Voe may aae thai to rerommrnd your ointment f! vnu vvh. 1 cannot -ay .-nnneh t praiae it." Yours truly. Mrs. All ftouthrott. M.d na. N. Y. Mail order, filled feterson Ointment Col. Inc.. Buffalo. S. T. Adv. PUBLIC HEARING There will oe a public riearin) piren in the city Council rhamher on Tue- dar, June 20. at o'ckK-lt p. m., on the petitint ef certain citizen tn restrain th MamlaH to. of X. Y. from buildinr a torsce plant st the corneT North Main and t Second trert. 8a JAMKf MACKJIV. Cut tVrk DISSOLUTOX OF PAUTNERSHir 14 Grade Jersey Cows 5?5 trict. n Thsss cows freshened and psed the tuberculin test last spring and begin frpttheninp; in (September ', they were raised by Mr. Hillings, from wfurm ref erenee may be had. One large sawdust body, 1 Empire milking machine, 1 gasoline engine, 1 Lane clapboard mil, consisting of aw- rig, lathe, planer, clipper, cutting-off saw, log crane, shafting and pulleys; 1 Ford touring car; 1 1919 Maxwell tour ing car, run loss than 4,0C' mile; 2 hogs; 2 bugjry wagons, 1 light lumber wagon, with shaft and pole; 1 four horse log wagon, 1 sulky plow, I two- horse rake, 1 two-hurse hay tedder, 1 mowing machine, 2 grindstones, 1 dirt scraper, 1 wagon pole; long list of smsil tools, consisting In part of chains, forks, shovels, whifhVtrees, neck yokes, etc., etc. Will also tske bids at the same time and place on one FARM OF 20 ACRES more or 1ps. wifh house and barn; also, one FARM OF. 53 ACRES more or less, with good building. These fsrm hsve fine meadows, lst of pastures, and spring water; are now run as one farm. For full particulars address Kd. Kil garlan, Hard wick, Vt. Terms made known at time of sale. ED. KILGARLAN, Owner. S. B. WAITE, Auctioneer." drrd. GREETING: wntntAft. appilcanon nui Been mso. ; , wnnA mlM, never-failing water .., .,,. ..-ui. ii. iiui'i, i ." n hti M nn and all inside! a nice annl m-. for llcens. and authority to sell all rh,H machine-mowing fields, cute har of u't5. ol devcasci. " , (he best ouallty; 150 to 200 M. standing tim. the City of Bsrre in said dis--, u. th. ,, -low, to . , hj - representing to said court that it ,,i l..k u . - , would be beneficial to the heirs and all per- j nt hontm .Imoat new harnrssee : a lot on. interested in the estote ef said deceased f rood firm (no,, . w))1 th prrvprTtJ ,u to eell said real estate and convert the same tneether or fsrm without stock and tools) "' I price fight either way. And brtnelng into court the consent and j , approbation in writing of all the heirs to FTIU SALE tS SO. CABOT VILLAGE said estate rsaldine la this aiatA anS setting ' forth the situation of the real estate. A SAWMILL all in food running condition, WHEREUPON, the said court appointed I nearly an acre of land for yard room, t and assigned the 14th day of July. , 1920. board saws and a number of small saws; a t the probate office in Montpeher, in said j lot of entra belting, one 14-ln. belt .M ft. district, to hear and deride pon said appli- '"' nearly new: a lot of ettra pulleys, a cation and petition, and ordored public no- i blacksmith outfit, foree. anvil, drilling m fe lloe thereof to be given to all person, inter- '"me. v.se work hesch ard a lot of other entcd thenia bv mMkhm. ..irf nnbr. tn. bines : a large amount of room over mill gether with the time and place of bearing. manufacturing rh.fr stork, or a great three weeks snrreMtvely in the Barre Daily nlV f',r bobbin factwy. ns this t royrf Times, a newspaper which circulates in the - "arairn ci. . a larye aoiwin, o, neighborhood of those persons interested I" I tT1hrT JV ,f..ul" riht said estate, all of which publications shall j''"'0 buy ,h whole outfit. be preimis to the day assisned for hearing. ., ' . V. , , THEREFORE, vou arJ h.r,hv notified to Thm prnperfles. hoth farms and eillag. annear K,-. iA , .. ,k. ..4 trrriied to sell : alto nav more. place assig'ned, then and there in said eourt to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. Oiven under my hand at Mnntnetter. In said district, this 34th day of June. MiO. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Jjinejajulyft-n C0MMISSI0NERSrN0TlCE building: Elwin L. Scott. FOR SALE On Montpelier road, 1 mile from Rarre. ft-room house, modern im provement. ; large piazza with vine on sides ; barn and henhouse and about t acres of good land ; will sell st a reasonshle price and terms if desired: Mrs. H. S. Miles, tel. JM-X after ( p. m. 104tf 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! f OR SALE I chamber suite. springs, pillow., rocker, 2 hanging lamp and a few other articles; inquire S North street, tel. 144-M. ggta KOR SALE-CIove-scented pinks, nice bou- tjutts for 25e ; Booth, Cherry street, tel. 667-Y. aa.ji f'OH SaXe On account of leaving town, henhouse, 8x10 ft., 14 hens. 1 rooster, 15 chickens, weighing 2 lbs. apiece; 10 ducks, 7 weeks old ; good bargain, so come early ; fP'.'L.i. Web?teL"venue aftf o'clock. 8'iti FOR SALE New Ludwig- piano; will selTat a big reduction If take at once; will be glad to show this piano lo any person inter ested ; Mrs. Odule Gilbert, Graniteville Vt 'phone S18-R. g7tj FOR sILE-A 4-burDFlorence automatio oii stove in good condition : price, f 16.00 ; Mm. Narramore, Williamntown, Vt. 87t9 FOR SALE Two cottages at Lake Groton, situated at head of the lake, with a nice beach ; lut has several hundred pine trees of 8 years' growth; cottages contain good eoolc itoves, dishes, bedding and other camp fur niture; inquire of A. L. Hooper, Groton, Vermont. g.tf FOR SALE A small quantity of gi-ass price made satisfactory; inquire Nellie J, Perrin, quarry road. g4tf! FACTORY plant at Hardwick7VCmiirem atruction, main building 40x240, engins room 20x60, office building 20x30, ttorag building 20x48, alongside railroad; plenty of land; 60 vacant tenements within half a mile of plant; most of machinery is soldi Hardwick municipal plant furnishes cheap electric power: write E. JL Kleth.r wi- burv- Vt- r ,'"82t2 F'OR SALE tihowoase, ice cheat 48"x25")t 72", ic. ehest 23"x42"x86" ; ButterKist pojt corn machine, empty wine barrels, counters, tables 20 x3', sleigh, wagon, clothes cabinets I 1 only 600-gal. wooden portable water tank I window Minds, wheelhai-ms Kr.nir.n day or Wednesday to Mias Smith. Pavilion r"' "'f"" double waon pole, pair of hold. Montpelier. 89t2 1 ,,,"fu wl'n Jtl ached, preserving jars. V"". "".'. nu jugs: ui. isa-j i HELP WANTED FEMA LE WANTED A refined, middle-aged woman to assist in housework in small fam ily on farm in village; one who would appreciate a good home above high wages preferred ; address Box 14, So, Woodbury, Vt. , 8tf grirl for jtwral 10S outh Main ilOtf apply 0tf WANTED A capable housework ; inquire at street. Barre, Vt. MAID- WANTED In. dietTitehen Hcatnn hospital, Montpelier, Vt. WANTED Girl for general housework, on. over twenty-five preferred : telephone Montpelie:r48. 9ot8 WANTED- Crade teachers for July ind August; salary 18o; apply Monday, Tues- A. R. COLE, Agent Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2 PUNCH ESTATE OF OMA WHITCOMB The undersigneds having ben appointed cy the honorable probate court for the dis trict of Randolph, commissioners, to re ceive, examine and adjust the claims and de mands of all persons a.ainet the estate ef Om Whitrnmb. late of Orange, in said district, dsreesed. and St II claims evhib .ted in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will met for the purpose aforesaid, at the Town Clerk's olre in the town of Ran dolph. In said district, on the I4th day of July and 8ith day of Ortohrr next, from 1 o'elnrk p. m.. until 8 o'clock p. m.. on each of said days and that si months from the 17th day of May. A. D ISM. is the to prew-nt their clams to us for examine- 4"" - R- (Sampson IS a pure bred tion and allowance. I Morgan.) ihtto ri nanooipn, in is znin oay 01 eune. Chestnut, white star ani strips in iare, left hind psstero white. Foaled March g, 19 14. Height, 10 hands. Weight, 1,450 rbs. Bred and owned by H. R. C. Watson, Brandon, Vt. rKDIGRKK: Hi sire wss Samson, .VHil A. M. R.. son of Knox Morsn, FINE RESIDENCE near Carrier Prk, ef 7 rooms; modern; hot-water heat; larg barn and extra lot :' splendid porch and a really fine home; only 13,800.00. It i worth at least 1700. 00 mere. Liberal term, ef payment. WAITRESSES wanted at the Columbia Mo tel. Bethlahem. N. H.. White Mountains. July to Oct. ; 825.00 per month and fare one way ; apply at once, stating age, experience, etc. 88t6 WANTED At William town Inn. a kitchen woman; good wages to responsible party; tel. 277-W or write K. A. Bruce, Williams town, Vt. , 87W WANTED Woman for housework hear Barre City : no washing, ironing or rooking : 89.50 a week: no one with children nerd apply: write to "F. M.." care Times. 87 tf WANTED Woman to work in kitehenTap- ply to A. G. Nelson, Woodbury Lake House, East Calais, tel. 8007-2 riainflcld. , 79tf EFFICIENT COOK. witrassess'nT kitchen women wanted at once at Miller's Inn. Montpelier. LAUNDRESS Also chamber maTds-for "the summer Meson ; apply Wm. M. Gale. Mer., Lake Morey Club. Fairlee. Vt . 5tf PUPILS NURSES WANTED Young Women to train as nurse, at Barre City Hospital. Bfrre. t-Stf WANTED A middle-aged woman for ren- eral housework : state waees : address Mrs. i ICullen Martin, Windsor. Vt. 12tf WANTED Pupil nurses .ind attendants at the Taunton State Hnnpital : wages. 35.fQ per monh with maintenance; for particulars address Dr. Arthur V. Gos, Eupt, Taunton State Hospital. Taunton, Maas. I64tf Joseph anleoni. T9tt FOR SALE A very-thriving snonumental business in town of Willows, Cal. ; county seat and oniy snop in county ; reason fo selling, poor healtli ; W. H. Brown, box 826, Willows. Calif. T7t2 ONE PORTABLE GARAGFOB-&ALE- Sue iixlS feet; C ' Bo .- ; 7ti FOR SALE A preparation for cleanin granite and marble monuments; brighten up the lettering and make, the whole monu ment look clean and new ; guaranteed ; price on application: Jamea Sullivan, 114 Park street, Barre, Vt tt lJty or tblTBLATKi)IA; MOND RUBBER ROOK PAINT; water, w rather, fire and sunproof: 800 lbs. to bbl. I am ready to paint or repair your roofs ; K. L. DcAsmore. 1 Pluaaant mtrmt AUTOMOBILES SIX-ROOM ORANGE STREET HOUSE for 83.100.00 Corner lot. garden, only a few rods from the enrline, handy tn school, stone sheds, etc. : well plumbed : it is a good trade t the price. STEAM-HEATED 8 ROOM COTTAGE, with all conveniences; very large lot; Hire porch on 2 .ides; all in good condition Snd ready foe immediate occupancy. Located only a few minutes' walk from pnetoffice in ffiwd neighborhood. Price f2,850.(K). HOUSES TO RENT HOWS THIS I NEARLY NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, with bath. Iwhta. etc.: 1 hen houses. 2 .trawherry patches, nearly an acre in good garden, all up in nice shape; qtian-1 tity of apple trees, currants, etc. ; garden and small fruit will he worth 8180.00 or more to th. owner thie year; location i. good, near school, and handy to granite plants, ahmit 4 minute.' walk from car!in.: price. 82.SOO.00. TO BENT A nice warm upstair, tenement of 8 room : all modem Improvements, in cluding gaa stove, at 25 Maple avenue ; in quire of Mrs. Canton, downstair.. SStf TORENT 4-room modern tenement"--gas, set range and gaa stove, also I sinrle fur nished room ; Mrs. C. A. Churchill, 85 Mr- L . , . a r" an MeeJ .meb . i-Li TO RENT Good tenements on Prospect touring car: write me rh.. r AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Ford auto for saie; auto wouia carry passengers even ings or Sundays : reasonable nrim - rfjnu Charles N. Scott. Graniteville, Vt, Tel. 227 -l . . SOtf FOR SALt- Pair black work horses ; AyiT. old Morgan mare colt ; lO-yr.-old driving mare: also a Ford car in good running er dr; want to buy. standing near city from 25 to 50 tons hay, good mowing-; William Rock. 17 Farwvll street 88t FOR SALE Pony, pony wagon sndhaiC new ; alee books for 1st year high trhooi ; Mrs. D. fc. Ma if won. 119 Washington tireet. ,. . Bt FOR SALE Serie. . Franklin runahout irii a-pasaenger Jacksoo ; both in good condition snd square deals; A. C Eastman, Woodstock. Vt B6t8 8350.OO BUYS;kNbX-T-PASs71:AR-OveS hauled and in good running order? tirM good, rear tires and tubes new; will make JUST OUTSIDE THE CITY, we can of. fer yrai a good home. huse, bam and 1 er of land, part of which hue lot of straw berries ; 82.00. 00 is the price. 86O0.SO down. ABOUT ACRFS OF LAND WITH roVKriRTABI.E HOUS AND BARN for tl.8UI.nS; about 44 mile, from the city; will kern 4 or 8 cows and team: term. 1500. 00 as first payment A. D. 192. HAY DEN M. OAYLORD. EUGENE Y. BRIGGS. Commissioners. June2-July-I8 PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER" Bowj.and bldg. guRGEON DENTIST rHost "w FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE, VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR RELIABLE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, VHTROLAS. 80NORA isi.kix; MA CHINES. RECORDS. BHLET MUSIC Telephone S69-W, Barre, Vt. f HEAPER TO PUT UP AT THE LAKE SHORE HOUSE than to hir a ro:ir. R-onbli rat with irtnd rrnfnrm1atioiM, ith irarwr and hverf connrt?d. West Danville, Vt. HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis 'Phone 1-M Hi dam wss the imported Suffolk Tnnrh mare Ashmoor Jtibtlpe, (t!074) (iiH. bv HiiKtler Prince, 33'8, by Cwk field i'rinoe, 317.1. PUNCH WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 1920 AT F. A. SLAYTON'S, BARRE, VT. Call and see him. TERMS: $13 TO WARRANT ON ACCOUNT OF ILLNESS in fsmilv. ne rt the beat investment properties in the eity la heinv offered for sale. Inrmne near ly lins.nn per month ; location nnmrellxL at rorner ef Keith avenue end Rummer street : 1 2-rrvwn hmnw. het heetme nlant In the eity : all snWHem : Irwiuire of E. A. PHn. rile or the D. A. Ferry Real Estate Acenry- Thia la the time to buy. Let us help you to decide. TIIE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY WANTED TO BUY DO YOU WANT A HOME? PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance IVrvire Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers j uepot tseuare, Barre Tel. eonaertinn. 4'5-W holstf.in cows in milk rrrw.iy t As ever'thing looks so pros fmsh r bred t freshen ort. to Jan. ; ! perous in Barre at this time in tonnr, either rood erade or rwietered. and I 11 r 1 , fmm a fedrrei tested herd: addreaTe tiki, all lines of business, we have a ZiJrrf Cn"n,K VL few sood homes to offer for t ASH PRH KS PAID for ratrs, ruteere. snet- l . J 1 Is. awrsrinea. h,drs. and ban a specialty ; Sale at a bargain. paone si-i-n. caas oouia. ii Brook stret. WANTED TO BUY Serond-hand famuu-a, Snol. and staves ; inanire O. fimith, til No. Mam atreet, tel. 72 -M. t3tl' AUCTION SALE SEE US or Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18, Miles Euilding OfTICE HOUR-: Wla.ltei.TWI . TeVrpbone 1-W riANO TUNING R ARTHI R DUO IN OUR NEW LOCATION We are now reujr tit serve both fld and new rustwners with a high srade of Jewelry. I KejMiir work yusranteed. O. J. DODCE. the Jeweler 24 FI.M FTREET POLE AGENT IUK FOeTuN AMERICAN COWS n arvunt f pnor health I a ill srll st rmilir aix-tion 00 THURSDAY. JULY 1, 20 at p. in. On m farm on ftftit afreet, 2 rnilrs from i.rsnite ilie and 2Vj milf. from Vilhamf own. my entire irrd f Thnss s-W is Nertb Mam Ftrve ) tuberculin tested iti, ronif insr of DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN GAGE & GAGE t HIRnPK At Tons Hours rail : S-1S a. m. -trep Tuesday and Thursdays. 7-1 n. ro Ererines : s -IV tn . eareyit Twdars end Saturdays RARRE. VERMONT rt fnay Ntre i. ervVv en ta w aswsfi ef tee cwsneetMn. by wrvi ef eiertnevr.ej intm rislir betwerii A. A- Ivr. H. tl earert e"d I. t. I"ii-t. f the Srsa Mae 4 The Vmmmm s era A. A. rWce and L. t.. F'irS mft ealM the S-essaeaa. ll a ar ewi'ert- A UnvrE. Fer the Eeetmaa Pwrr OX MONIFELILR -Leave erdrrs at omrf PO! R: Sam toim iM ftsiiey s Musk- Roems. barre. Tel. IV-V I p m. oror. Tweay. Ttn.-ri.'isr aid lrrh ' ! 5 fl flfrtr1r ff-tfer fnin OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN v viiout iiuioiuui J and Jersey Cows Tfr MW t -tint MOTOR AMBULANCE HATES East Barre. Weblerii' ai:4 (ranitrtilie to larr Ormc?. Vahirc'on an 1 iKumtu n to Barre Ureg l.tsnf trj J. WIUTCOMa Eat Harrf, Vermont TELXTHOM -W . 'ling snd in r-! s'fsie. rart freh. ! la :!- in OrlntwY M Nttieirher ; 'TwY.r.z lirifr, I thr esr-'ll JIol -, f " ri'l. I vearl'rr hull, als-v I uew -, 3 H r. M nar-ti er? n. i!- V, . '",r sril ttrit tranur spreader P" " Term t time of s-aie. 1 M. J. HttEA. rr.n. J- T. JAKltSO!!, Arti?er. S"S-H One Is a a-rootn eotta.ee. very modem, flntsbed in wood, mostly hardwood, with eiertrie li.hu. bath, and furaere beat: nice rellar, nice lawn, with shade trexa. aome fnitt tl sea : ait evtrm larw Lrf ili one of tn best carden. In the eity: mee I COTTAGE HOUSE TO RENT On Vine street. Seminarv street, and S-ron-n tene ment with set tiihs. hot water nnd bath on Berkley eourt : F. D. Berkley, Park street. telephone SSS-VT. SttS1 UPSTAIRS TENEMENT TO RFNT At 51 Merrhant street : fi rooms, bsth. raa and elrrtnc liehH ; all in eood rendition ; in ouire at 24 Merrhant street, tel. 1K5-W. S.ltf TO RENT Tenement of 4 rooms at 141 No. Seminary street : new ly naintd and pa pered ; inquire of Mr. Itnssie at huse or Q. A. Huntino-ton. an First avenue. Montnener. telephone ronnertion. T4ff TO RENT Small tenement at rii North Main street : also a -rootn tenement en North Seminary street ; O. D. ShurtlefT. ? North Main street T4tf TO RENT- rovntaira tenement of ( room.. nentry and heth. eiertrie lirhf and larre rardin. tneher with Hsrn nrlvfieei : va cant June IS: situated at 14 Clark street: trlerhone S-R or inonir. at 11-22 Howlaod huildin. Flwin I.. Srott. "tf TENEMENT TO RENT Adwnsialrs trnd ment with larre ham and ? anre rarrlens st SS Berlin street : inquire Mrs. yne-rnie Orsneer, IS Vaple Orove, er Ml.. Jeanete Oren.rr st TiMm's Shoe Store. 7tf TO RENT -room rottsee on RrnrV rt-wt, newly repaired : call 89J-S3 ; F. H. Nlchr.1. . Stf TO RENT- Five-room downstairs ienemer-l at Maple avenue: bath, ens ranee, eler. trie lleh's : inquire at 12 Church street or tel. T-M. ;tf TO RENT -Five-room tenement with enrden at S4 Elmwood avenue'; aoply t Mine ad- area.. 0tf TO RENT Small tenement aF Vo if Adcll- son r'are : S!0 fin per menth ; Inquire of E. M. White. 27 Upland avenue. tf TO RENT Three-room tenement at 1 West street hot and cold water. ra ar.d eiertrie lirhrs: Inquire of T.. I.. Smith IT Wot street, tel. SIS-T. or Alex. Mills (Tie. i-l 1?-W or SSS-M. t 8tf TO F ENT--Tenement rooms. Sin a mo.; Smith place. Mspl avenue: Smith Pros. S4tf TO RENT I-room tenement. 1st oor. Th Nonbern; all modem: apply at 30 N'ortn Main error. S4tf TO RENT -Tenement at M Merrhant street. awi 4 tenement, on Willey .treet. all 1n Sret-r'as. s-ape: "wis in Improwements : tie W. Mann. 4 Welllneton street. S.'tf TENEMENT TO" RENT in house it nsr ef Cunwr Mirk. IS. No. Main street : Inquire ef R. S. Terrier after 7 p. m . 10 Ft .treet. Rarre. lt FOR RENT A rood "-room eottaee hme. soria" water, bath : Ratrhelder stroet : H. W. Scott, Bolster hlork. 14tf senyon, rlurlinaton. VL Sltl2 OVERLAND 7-na.sensar I91 model tourin. car for sale; gond runnina: condition ; Mr.. Henry Payne. Barre. tel. JJ2-21. 80112 DOBOE TRUCK FOR SALE -Screen" body; ftrxt-elaa. condition, rood ss new, 1919 model ; run about 3,000 miles. Fisher Farm. Bethel, Vt. ntf HORSES AND VEHICLES GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY -Calf 3T"Wh Ins-ton, Vt, or address T A. Peede. t2t-' FOR SALE three work horses," weishins about 1.600 each; W. E. Nichols. teL -M. 4tt FOR SALE -Rublier-tired humry wagon fo aale; inquire at 4 No. Main street. Mrs, E. A. Withsm. 61t( If You Need a Wagon REMEMBER COLTON'S PLACE If You Need a Harness REMEMBER COLTON'S PLACE If You Need Auto Tires REMEMBER COLTON'S PLACE If You Need Accessories REMEMBER COLTON'S PLACE barn, well finished, suitable for earaee or to keep a teem, with a basemeeit under the bam : the bouse sete on an elevation where it affords a splendid view of the city ; we can sell et a surpriainely low price, ron .orrint the condition ef the place. 4i-G A i-teneraent bouse with a larre plot of land with a rarden and plays-round, shade trees. ua in very send shape, with e bam : the partv is leavine the city and will eeil at a .arrrftre. For further information con- afreet.: fi. I Woodworth. Eastman r'-k tf WANTED WANTED- Br capehle his-h ethoolTioy. t s'lion in store; addrese ' M." care ef Tioww .Tice. WANTED- Position timatir. drafun( and arncrmJ sffct in eranite plant, evpeirnce in both buildtua- and moovsamtal work: best rvfrrtnrc.; write J. A. C, rare Times omrr nll WANTED Fnsitron in yranite onVe; have ht evtwrienre in merhantcal rosno-t with proereeiv re Times. IS 41,0 0 ov.1 nfhor ' kooWHHtre l tenure in etner. orore vtriiniiK mc.-c anu vuni with irfct ei Tmruv4v onA nt Vl or forma rf fill 'dawirur: wwh lo o .... . , ... I arm : write to . i B Ge."cnpi.ions, eiock ana ioois. apply to J. J. DASHNER Real Estate Arent .MALE AND FEMALE HELP It FX-P VTFl-yijnf m4 to tke ffw .Im--mm aa at ttesaaVisaaatf. mt taVss -r- numt 5tt IitwfiTtal for tr Ibmm mt 1 j bo-r ; A C'r. Xmrrm. fHir ; tt-w- 4Mirr. mm fw-rtBUitf ton- jat K F cM lmr4 tum rm tJ tfs-nf mnum uHi.rtr iw : j - tj -?i FI'RMSHED ROOMS fTTrKl fr w4vw fw im hmw kr:r : insai-Y m U. L. pril, "- ma tumiL. LIVE STOCK FOR SALE STCK K FOR SALE Two Hoi. tea rwilkine row that fTrw the lat of Jaauai-r. 1 HoktiiB bwil i ". e,e. I reewterwd PeWtMin bell I wir oa. I v-rehire baifr I f-r old: arr.4 ooea .rd a'l fuborrn!n tftcd. rp!y l Cbea. N. Ledd. rest H I. Trl. f.-lt n4 FOR ALF.-ne r-e H-Vtt-t. Vw'l eatf. S sta. old. sired bv a rS-Tt.. ba'l era wt ef a erwd pioiirir. elsm ; I pair ef beat y w -fc WJ W F S-l FARM EHS. ATTENTION VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Manaaer 84 State Street Montpelier. Vermont Many Sulky Rakes t thm present Umt ire only pfonr imttatinri of thc mmde unfirr id mnd explrrd p-ti-nU, containing: no impr'iicjita mhairvftr. We Want to Show You somcthins: different in the finest improved, up-todate hay raise in the market. Thia rake has a I DOIBLV TRUSSED FRAME thst esnnot sar. 2. A HAND LEVER that dnea not chanre pceition when the foot dump ia used. 1 REVOLVING STFF1. AXIE aad DLMP12 TEVICE that cannot aet oat of order 4 A DIMPTNO RAT CHET. WITH FLANG I S. that .trenalhen. the t A REVERB IRLE , TUMP Ir. rt hardened ' steel thst can be chans-ed. to four different pr-sitione and will last a lifetime. A CAM ACTION FOR RELEASiNr. the DOG and dumpine the rake wrrhout shock. Jar or toote. 7. A TOOTH MEAD so attache- that jr-'H kop tH-ir place and rake clssn. "rrn when emc down The ilwt hill. THE TEETH are ?Ut trned and hsve rhil r tr taf will nt diy. :VT IH HAN'.aiABI.K HIR CAP nhK-h can be lawd s-t-er ncHt or left Is a rreat seviwe. ) WfMin V HEEL wl it eTre width t-r-s are the 1 t we ever saw en anv Take If ail trim sounds too road tn Ke lopr msr sad so.. vi aw not tise ah,et a rske K'"S p hero e :ae but one ritrbt here, ail re,-ty to htsch So. MARSH-ALLEN CO. R Tel 1 Orawe CoiintT TrloVei MISCELLANEOUS LOST AND FOUND FOt D - lvira rep foe awia ea tark ; ceil at liases eeVw ts4 ray for av- rr- - - . ft SMfi HE k r ;rid at V H C L, nave yvwr f--'l.p ronaurd end r- tefra mkm kerM e lIM MtffaJ - S CVF Rfcr vnmm ' c w 'wo-s . at i:i So. Ksa street, trt. To .T. AT " !. VfisrH ea. ! r rx-tree. -. rtf jONE HI rw.s. V'.. ....tin ,r,vn t ov; oiT'rE lt'TK . w . . , .j s.r.ir.tit f iV.-A r t;- to taae parties: rs I ! vnsrrt Mtf rNrr, 4.. f- tf ev.wedi pnoae MWi CraJUte " leu la. Sef-f Fa r'-v4 evT-'-v tc.fi . end KAT II f-T r A. R. BATCHELDER . PLAiM U.LO. VT.