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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, V.T., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1920.
'ABOUT THE STATE fUpptnlnf of' Interest from Differtnt Sections. Charles Austin, manager of the M. W, Rounds company, school director, vil lage trustee and superintendent of treets, i a candidate- for own repre atntative from Richford. The summer session of the Rutland mi Win arhnnla hewn Mondav. with 80 students present in one building and 80 in the other. On July 12, the sum mer school for teacers will open and already about 100 teachers nave regis tered for entrance. General Rush C. Hawkins of New York, a native of Pomfret, has given to Vermont university as part of the feneral endowment fund the sum of 100,000, the income of which is to be used for increasing the salaries of the faculty of the college of arts and act euces. An automobile, belonging to Wy man Odell of East Middlebury, went over an embankment about five feet high as he was driving into Middlebury Saturday, then caught fire and burned up. The machine, which was valued at t00, wm sold to a junk dealer after the accident for $50. Homer Gibson, a former resident of Richford, was instantly killed in New York City recently. He was struck down on Broadway by a car, which, in turning out for another, struck a fire alarm post, wrecking the post and car and killing Mr. Gibson and another man. 'Mr. Gibson was 65. years old and had lived in New York several years. A. Oscar Astle of St. Johnsbury Cen ter last Sunday caught under the iron bridge at the Center a California sauare tail brown trout that measured 27 inches in length and weighed almost six pounds. . Mr. Astle tried to land this same fish a year ago and several fisher men since then had tried to get him on their lines. The fish must have been several years old and is supposed to have escaped when a finger! ing frc-m the United States hatchery and worked Its way up the Faesumpsic river. Edward T. Daley, who . was found guilty of manslaughter six months ago and was sentenced to Windsor for a term of years, was pardoned Monday by Governor Clement and has returned to his home in Burlington. A petition for his -release had been quite general ly circulated in Burlington, signed by city officials and others connected with the case. The accident, which caused his arrest, happened last September, when Mist Hazel Rugs was killed on the Shelburne road by an automobile. Theodore L. Pierce, who died at the Vermont soldier's home in Bennington Monday, had been an inmate of the home longer than any other Civil war veteran who had entered the institu tion. He wai born at Jamaica, in 1844 and served in New York regiments from December, 1863, to November 29, 1885. He re-enlisted in the regular army in lnbo and remained in the serv Ice three years. During his latter en listment, served in what was then (he Far West, he met Brigham Young, William V. Cody, "Wild ' Bill Hickok and other bolder celebrities. Mr. and Jlrs." Martin A. Brown ob lerved their silver wedding anniversary it their home in Wilmington June 26. Kach guest was presented a sterling liver spoon as a souvenir, the spoons being made for the occasion and being patterned after the household silver. Dn the back of each are the dates and Ititials, "1805 C. M. Hi M 1P20," in relief. Mr. Brown " is treasurer and reneral manager of both the Woodstock Lumber Co. and the Parker-Young Co., the annual business of the two com panies amounting to $l.000,00fl. The family spends most of the year in Bos ton, but spends the summers at the home in Wilmington. In 1808, Mr. Brown represented Wilmington in the legislature and was the youngest mem ber of the House. Rutland had an automobile accident Esturday in which a Ford car said to elong to Eugene Butterfleld of Ran dolph was almost completely demol ished on one entire side itnd the occu pants of -the car, Mr. and Mrs. Butter field and another adult and child of Randolph, had to return home by train, the Ford had been tmiling another for tonsiderable distance and had made sev rral attemps to paws, but the forward tar, whose owner or driver is unknown, Itaycd in the middle of the road and lid not give an opportunity for pasting, slaking one ome attempt, the Ford ihot by the other, only to strike a litch and bring up against a culvert ibout 100 feet farther on. Two wheels if the Ford were stripped, the mud rusrds and running bosrd were de stroyed, the top was broken and both teats were badly dented. The occupants aere somewhat bruised and cut. R. 0. T. C. CAVALRY CAMP. Ptrst Fun Week at Fort Ethan Allen Wii Very Successful. The first full week of the R. O. T. . tavalry camp at Fort Ethan Allen is ver. It has been a huge success. If Ihe remaining five weeks are as suc cessful, the 73 cadets from Norwich iniversity and the .TO from Culver, will fc afforded an unequaled training. The first twodays were spent in as ligTiment of squad rooms, cleaning nuifiment and physical examinations. Troop drill, under the cadet officers, I nth the supervision of the comm. is- j liened instructors, gave proof of a good foundation in horsemanship and close I rder drill. Squadron drill, under thaj jommsnd of Cadet Msjor W. H. Adams, ' nck the greater part of one day. j Equitation classes, under the direct Urpervision and instruction of Captain , T.-B. Edwards, go on every afternoon, deluding polo esercise and jumping, j Range work, at station and movable targets, with the automatic pistol is re- , uired of all cadets. Instruction in no- j nenclstnre and use of the Browning nitomatir rifle has been given during ! the past week. Each mas is required to pack his saddle with full equipment, ' is for field servi.-. I A squadron review s held on the fri psrade, where the men were re newed, at walk and then a trot, by . he eadet major and staff. A email rtip attempted and sunwiied. very sell, in leading a plstrxn jn the cut -re view. His work drew tee sfp'sne if the onlookers. The band rf the 4'nd rfantry played for the riw and for fc guard mount mg. whi-h was held ever I sftemorns durirjr the pat reek. Saturday morairg. tSe eita1roii ras inspected, mounted, by p'st-. fhis included the inse1in ef r flea. xMnls. equipment and sir firms. The lad-es f Burl rsTtrm sate tSe tVers and nsJrt dsn.- at the pot. FOUND WAY BACK - TO GOOD HEALTH "I Feel As Good As I Ever Did in My Life Since Taking Tanlac," Says Manchester Man. "I certainly ought to be able to recommend Tanlac, for every mem ber of jny, family including myself. has taken it with line results," sai Patrick Rourde, 24 Orange street, Manchester, N. H., recently. j)or tne past three years, con tinued Mr. Rourde, "I had suffered from stomach trouble.. I had np ap petite and when I did manage to eat a little something I would bloat up with gas and have such intense cramp ing pains in the pit of my stomach they would nearly draw me doubl and there was such a tightness in my chest I could hardly get my breath My nerves were in bad shape and it was almost impossible for me to get any sleep, as I would roll and toss from one side of the bed to the other all night long and. when I did manage to sleep a little it would be by fits and starts, I just felt out of sorts all the time and was gradually go ing down hill, and just before I start ed taking Tanlac, I was so badly run down, and felt so tired and worn out all the time, I could barely get around and do my work. "I had tried many different kinds of medicines but none of them did me any good, and when I saw how Tan lac helped other members of my fam ily.I decided to try it. Will, sir, have now taken five bottles, and I can truthfully say I feel as good as ever did in my life. My appetite Is good and I can eat anything I want without suffering any bad after ef fects whatever. ,1 am never trpubled with gas or pains in my stomach aft er eating and my nerves are in such good condition I sleep as peaceful as a child all night long. I am entirely rid of that tired, worn out feeling and am on the go all the time without its worrying me the least bit. I gjve Tanlac all the credit for my present good health and am glad to say good word for it." Tanlac is sold in Barre by the Barrs Drug Co., in Nortbfield by Nat A. Wheeler, in Waterbury by Brisbin A Brisbin, and in Websterville by E. H. Nerney. Adv. Friday evening, at which there were about 40 University of Vermont girls, invited for the cadets by the ladies. A dance is to be given for the cadets at the post hall every Friday nicht. Mov ing pictures and entertainments have been provided by the Y. JI. C. A. apd post chaplain for the cadets. Every thing possible has been done by the of fleers and men at the post to give the students attending the camp, rear in struction and a good time. The entire work has been under the direct super vision of Colonel Frank Tompkins, camp commander. " Work on the rifle range, pistol ranee and on the automatic rifle will go on this week. A practice march to Nor wich university, NorthnVld, is planned for the fourth week. The entertain ment committee is working on plans for boat rides, tennis, polo, boxing, baseball and other social activities. Tom Jenkins, a well known boxing instructor, will be at the camp during the first week jn July to instruct the cadets in boxing. The camp commander has asked to have I olonel Koehlcr. athletic instructor at West Point, or dered here to give a week of athletic instruction. DOUBLE DROWNING. Boys Had Gone in Swimming in La moille River in Cambridge. Morrisville, June 30. The bodies of Wilford Raymond, son of Nadier Ray mond of Cambridge, and of Mr. Ray mond's grandson, Georee Ravmond, jr.. of Burlington were recovered yesterday from the Lamoille river where' the boys had gone bathing Sunday, without tejl- ng their folks of their intention. When they left home the boys said they were going out for a time, and when they did not return Sunday night no great fear was felt for their safety because of the belief that they might baa gone to some friends' for the night. However, when Mondsr morning came and the boys had not been re ported the relatives became alarmed and started a search. They went to the swimming hole in the Lamoille riv er and found the boys' rlothing on the rocks, Monday afternoon. It was not until yesterday, however, that the bod ies were taken from the river. HERNIARUPTURE . REDUCER THE MODERN " SCIENTIFIC TRUSS N a Ha-TaM "AgpMaavw Mack Advertaac. tat Baal RUPTURE REDUCER The Coates Truss Has No Spring, no straps that chafe TTe wioet cowtfovteMe' Tnm steda. It OTaforme as the attar ef the tMrmiul wail mm rr1t r tt jeans mm aw a hmart the clcUiing. Wawt frsn)tsi't. easting whether rtK t Irft. mr dogtwa. and aom "Wt 1. 1 faniw 1 va si-day trial, wttS aawney nark ntraatw. - tifNCLt TRIM UM. pot SILK TRt'M 111, scat a arWate awltaa raas srvr for rr to-tut mmw rr TO YOUR rHYSKUV TY IT IT MAT .VE THE IIHOEOM IvKtT E COATES TRUSS CO. P.O Dox i:r, Boston l.Ma.-. M BOTLr0X IT- BOSTOX. MU1 CAR TURNED OVER. Several Occupanti Injured But None Fatally. Salisbury, June 30. Four persons received slight injuries to head and shoulders, and one a broken arm when an Esse motor car driven by Louis Levin of Bennington turned completely in a ditch on the highway in front of the home of Mrs. C. A. Bump of this town Monday evening about 6 o'clock. The injured are: Miss Minnie Levin, Bennington, broken arm and other slight injuries,. Mrs. AbrahamSher of New Jersey, bruises on head and shoul ders, Mrs. Nathan Levin, Bennington, bruises on head and shoulders, Miss Frances Levin, injuries to head and shoulders, and Louis Levin of Benning ton, the driver, slight injuries. The party were returning from Bur- intrton, where they had attended the graduation exercises of the University of Vermont, at which Miss Frances evin, one of the injured, received her degree. While in Burlinpton slight trouble was had with the horn where the trouble was adjusted. When arriv- ng on a bill near the home of Mrs. A. Bump of this town the car start ed to skid on the wet and sandy road. A team was standing in front of the residence on the right and when the ar turned out for the team the ear kidded into the left ditch. In righting he car skidded to the opposite ditch, urning completely over twice and pin ing the occupants . beneatn it. fol Administrator's Sale at Auction At the residence of I. W. Abbott at Brookfield. Vt., on Saturday, July 3, at i o'clock in the afternoon, sharp, the household eoods belonging to the late Clara Wardner. consisting of beds, bedding, bureaus, commodes, mirrors, tables, chairs, lamps, all kinds of kit- hen utensils, ladder, trunks, carpets. TUL'S, crot-Kcrv, Kettle, ana tuner arti cles too nnnerous to mention. Alo at he same time and place. 3 plows, bug y matron, hay tedder, pung sleigh, set rsverse sleds, with wood and logging sleds, 3 stoves, saw milk psiU and cans, windows, robes, etc. Also I pair horses belonging to the Foss estate. Sale jms itive. Terms 'at ime of. sale. Saturday. Julv 3, at one o'clock. I. N. ABBOT, Administrator. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. BowLANDBLDG. SURGEON FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FnR RE!.1A!.E PIANOS P I. .ATF PIANOS, V!CTR"LAS. n?)KJ mi.iw.-"t .--i CHLSES RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt. CHEAPER TO PUT I P AT THE LAKE SHORE HOUSE tha ta hire a cottage. Reasonable rmum with good acenmmodattea. with garage and livery eoanerted. Telephone West Danville, Vt Dr. Thomas B. Tomasi DENTIST Room 18. Miles BuiJdir.g OFFICE HOUM: tW12.lSel.Tlel TelephasM ltt-W PIANO TUNING ARTHUR RFED Slot 14$. MOKTPEULR -Leave ernVf at su)ey'a Massr Room, fearr. Tel. -W. i I,, ..- . . .... .... .I,-, MOTOR AMBULANCE KATES ' , Lft Fstrre, Mebslem3e and Gramteti'Ie to la rre f vrjfl CTaar-, Washincio. and Vinuirii.t,wi, ta rarre TOT ' ' M. J. WIUTCOMR Eat Barre, Vermont lELtrHONE aj-w Kiting j lowing this the gasoline tank on the rear caught fire, but was speedily ex tinguished by those near by. Others in the vicinity effected the rescue of those beneath tile overturned car. ileal Estate and Personal Property at Auction The undersigned will sell at auction on TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1920 at 11:30 o'clock sharp on the premitea, i miles from West Topsham, on the state road to Wells River, the following described real estate: THE HOME FARM known as the .lackson place, contain ing. 104 acres. Two sets of farm build ings, both in comfortable shspe. The farm is suitsbly divided and there is a quantity of soft wood lumber. Good water. One" of the best trout brocks runs through this land. Terms on real estate will be one-half cash. 17 HEAD OF STOCK 10 Grade Jersey and Holstein Cows . all fresh .except 2, which will freshen soon alter tne sale; goog age anil si.tfnr manufarturlnc chair stork, or a rreat an 'extra rood lot; 1 "three-year-old I olare for a bobbin factory. s this iinwrtT Holstei. heifer bred; 1 purebred lol- rein s-year-oia uuu; mis snimai is from the White Bros, herd;-5 calves; pair work horses, weight about 2,4iMl Tbs.. a good all round team, sound and good ages, 7 and 8 years old, cost me f.'MKl.OO 2 years ago; I brood sow, 1 shoat weighing about 1.I lbs., 1 small er shoat. TOOLS Two horse farm with wood body and rack; wagon 2 -horse i alcds with brakes, tip t-art, spring tooth ' State of Vermont, District of Wanhineion. ss. harrow, plow, cultivator, mowinif ma-L Th honorable probate court for the dis , ' . 1, , ' tnct aforesaid, to all persona Interested tn chine, express wagon with extra body, th, u of 'Henry i M.lls. 1st of the rake, lij-ht Concord wa)fon, light sleigh, ciry of Barre. in said district, deceased. set work harnesses, driving harnessen, cream separator, milk cans, milk pails, grindstone, stone bout, smoother, l.(KM ft. basswood lumber, a lot of mixed lumber, and all small tools, chains, scythes, snaths, etc. Also a quantity of household furni ture. t,,, r.----i ..,,. . , . ! of sale. Llini'h for those coming from) distance JAS. McGUlGAN, Owner, D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. HEININT.ER DENTIST PH0NE $-' HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S. HOWLAND PUILDING ' Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagmosis Thene 1SS-M PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square; Parre TH. connection. 42S-W SEE US IN Of NEW LOCATION We era an ready to aerve both old and "w cuaUiasi ia with a high grade of Jewelry. Repair work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 4 ELM STREET SOLE AGENT FOR BOSTON AMERICAN GAGE & GAGE tH I i;H'H ACTORS How re Daily: -! a. m. m Tueadaya ana l serenaee- 2-s t, n. Eveaiag : lo s. except Tim. lira and Sarurdaya RARRE. VFRMONT -Pkosn 2-W US NenJi Maia Street . I ?220 Grade Holstein - a 4, w a a g a, ii i.i viita- orrrc t. hoi f : m u i: m. i i s ' , l,.r. FARMS FOR SALE FARMS FOR SALE' 40-ACRF FARM in Harshfleld. ml. from postofflca on Cabot road ; location na af '.he tm.; a Isnre story house, 10 rooms, all In fine shape; varandu both ildea, tela- fhone and shara ef stock ; BO-ft. barn with aaement, built S rr. ago; running- water to house and barn ; surasre. henhouse and toolhouse: buildtnira all painted: land lays warm; smooth, machine-mow inn fields, rood paatuna, quite a quantity of timber and wood ; a nice home for someone. 140-ACRE FARM tn Marshfield, 1U ml. from postoffice : 2-story house In good shape ; good big barn just recently built aver; euqipped with litter carrier and horae fork : shed room and tool home, large henhouse, running water to bouse and barn ; large ap ple orchard, extra smooth nire-liying fields: plenty of pasturing, the right kind : esti mated 10Q( M. ft. of lumber and a lot of wood : this' farm will run IS cows and team and ran easily ba made to do more : someone ought to get intertated in this deal quirk whea they sea it and find out the price, FOR SALE IN SO. CABOT VILLAGE ISO-ACRE FARM, extra good buildings, all in Una shape: ll-story house with veran das : houee large enough for t families end well-flnished rooms : one of the best of cel ls ra ; barn, 40xi0. deet drop bav. a dandy silo, good stables, never-failing water to buildings snd all inside: a nice apple ar rhard, marhine-mowing fleMs, cuta hay of the beat nuality ; ISO to 200 M. standing tim ber on the place, close to mill : SO head ef rattle, of which II are nice cows: a good pair of horses, almost new harneases ; a Jot of good farm tools: will eel) the property alt together or farm without stock and tools; price right either way. FOR SALE IN SO. CABOT VILLAGE A SAWMILL all in eood running condition. nearly an acre of land for yard room, I board sawa and a number of amail saws ; a lot of extra belting, one 14-in. belt SO ft. Inna. nearly new; a lot of xtra xiilleys, a blacksmith outfit, forge, anvil, drilling ma chine, vise, work beech and a lot of other thlnga : a lanre amount of room ever mill riftt 7o buys this whole outfit. These rmpertisa, both farms and village, are sdvertised to sell ; alro have more. A. R. COLE, Agent Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2 ESTATE OF HENRY Z. MILLS " .J.L1. . ., . . . . " nmr ci, pnio court Baa aeairneo in th day of July next for examining and allowing the account of the administrator of the estate of said deceased and for a de- cree of the residue of aaid eatate to the law ful claimants of the same, and ordered that I public notice thereof he given to all persons I Interested in said estate by publithing this order three weeka succeaively previmis to tne dsy assigned, in the Barre Daily Times. a nrwepaner published a the city of Barre. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to i appear at tne prooate antra tn Montoeller, In said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said ac count if you see cause, and to establish your right aa hetre. legateea and lawful claimants to said residua. Given under my hand, this 15th day of June. 1920. FRANK i. MARTIN. Judge. Jua1-2S-0 MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE REPAIRED Cut the H. C LT. have your furniture repaired and refin tshed : also buggiea and sleighe painted : firat class work; call at 21 So. Main street, tel 3'-M: W. P. Durkea. grtlS GENERAL AND LONG DISTANCE TRUCK ING Also equipped to take partiee : rail f4-M. TStAS LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED Called for ana delivered ; phone S3S-W ; Granite t ity Tool Co. $tf LOST AM) FOUNI FOUND- Cap Iblarkl t,r auto gas tank"; call at Times office and pay for advertie tng. sou AUCTION SALE or COWS On aomunt of por health ! will sell at public a in t ion on THURSDAY, JULY 1, '20 t t p. a. On Bit farm on !!arti't sfreel, i jmilea from l.ramtrt ill ami 2'i ni'les Irrtm ilham-tca n. mt entire herd of tubeniilin te-tej row-a, (-onsitin of and Jersey Cows "K in nw, n iir-n. lP B1 Nov'n!!r,; ivearlmjr he,frs. 1 thrr Teavr-oH Hil- 'stein hull. I rearlmg bn'.l. il I new 3 H r- rna-Uc Term, at time .f ale M J. JrcLEA!l. O-raer JAMIESO, Asrticm. Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants. Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short Hdvei tisementa at the rata of three lines for twenty-five cents for the first Insertion ana ten cents fur each subsequent Insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE jut SAi.t, oeven-room house und bam, also large garden I B. Marriott!, Cor. Howard andPike streets. 89tf FOB BALE At WebettrvUle, 6-room house; never-failinB spi-inK water; inquire of Paul Snow.EastBarre.Vt, 8st FOR SALE Small place, 2 acres, barn, hen house, just off Gulf road ; SO to 66 acres adjoining could ba bought ; berries, fruit and earns lumber; Clarence Moulton, Weat Hill, tel. iiU-W. 7t6 FOR SALE A nice home In South'" Barre ; 10-room house, barn, henhouse and g-arden; house is heated by a Sptncer steam heater, which cannot be beaten, burns the cheap buckwheat coal ; electric lights in house and barn ; nice lawn with shade trees and shrub bery ; will sell at a big sacrifice; inquire of W. L. Carr at Jones Bros. Co. or on prem- ieea. . . 86t FOR SALE 7-room cottage, all modern eon venience ; barn, garage, i lots if desired ; owner leaving city; J. Boasi, . 86 Berlin street. 86ti FOR SALE Cottage house of I rooms, good location : downetaars finished in hard wood ; bath, furnace heat, hot and cold wa ter; a nice home for someone; inquire of Alex. McHaflie, 19 Harrington avenue, or Mrs. Annia Julian, owner, 68 Pleasant street. ' 16tf FOR SALE Trow block, 116 South Main street, contains 2 stores, 2 tenements, elao J building lots ; good renting property ; price for immediate sale, 16.600; H. U. Boyce. 11 Academy street. T2tf FOR SALE GOOD TIECE OF RESIDENCE PROPERTY NEAR CURRIER PARK, CITY OF BARRE ; INQUIRE OF GEO. L. M0RRI3. ROOM 1. BOLtjTtK BLOCK. S7tf "GRFENI.EIGH," 205 S. Main street" for sale: the semi-bungalow residence of the late w. F. Milne, built within 8 years; ton tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tubs, cement cel lar floor and steam heat; henhouse and t ex tra lota go with the property ; apple trees, berry bushes, etc., and garden in itood con dition ; apply to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel. !7tf FOR SALE Two-story. 2-tenement house, with good bam and cellar under house and barn, all in good repair; each tenement has S rooms, electric lights and bath ; plenty of garden for both tenements : the barn could, for a small amount of money, be made into a 6-room tenement t this Is good property to buy for home or investment: sit uated at 14 Clark street; price right; tele phone S6-R or inquire at 21-22 How land building: Elwin L. Scott. FOR SALE Oil Montoeller road. 2 miles from Barre, 8-room house, modern im provements ; large piasza with vines on t sides ; hsrn and henhouse and about 2 acres of good land ; will sell at a reasonable price and terms if d paired ; Mrs. H. S. Miles, tel. after p. m. I04tf BUY A HOME IMMEDI ATELY OR TAKE THE PENALTY There is sure to be a shortage of housea in Barre before many weeks, and prices will soar. These at the old , prices will be sold at once! FINE RESIDENCE near Currier Park, at 7 rooms ; modern ; bot-water heat ; large barn and extra lot: splendid porch, and a really fine home: only 83,800.00. It Is worth at least 8700.00 more. Liberal terms of payment. SIX-ROOM ORANGE STREET HOUSE for 13.000.00 Corner lot. garden, only a few rods from the carline. handy to school, atone sheds, etc. : well plumbed ; it la a guod trade at the price. STEAM-HEATED - ROOM COTTAGE, with all conveniences; very large lot; nice porch on 2 aidea; all in good condition and ready for immediate occupancy. Located only a few minutea' walk from postomce in good neighborhood. Price t2.8S0.0O. HOW'S THIS I NEARLY NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, with bath, lights, etc.: 2 hen houses. 2 strawberry patchea. nearly an acre In good garden, all up in nice shape : quan tity of apple trees, currants, etc. : garden and small fruit will he worth 1150.00 or mora to the owner this year; location ia good, near school, and handy to granite p'anta. about 4 minutes' walk from carbine; pnee, 12.600.00. JUST OUTSIDE THE CITY, we can of fer vou a good home, house, barn and 1 acre of land, part of which has lot of straw, berriea ; $2,000.00 U the price. $500.00 down. ABOUT ? ACRES OF LAND WITH roMFORTAFlE HOUSE AND BARN for $1.860. SO; about 4 miles from the city: will kern 4 or 6 cows and team ; terms, $ MiO. 00 aa first payment ON ACCOUNT OF ILLNESS in family, one of the best invcetment oror-ertie In the city hi hing offered for ale. Income near ly $100.00 pr month: location unexcelled, at eom-r of Keith avenue and Summer street : 12-mcm house, beet heating rttant in the city: all mode-n ; innuire of E. A. Prin dle or the D. A. Perry Rral Estate Agency. TVi J a la trio time tA r-mi T rit na 1 fUS ,! l"C ll",e LO UUJ ' LXl US help you to decide. TflE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY DO YOU WANT A HOME? As everything looks so pros perous in Barre at this time in all lines of business, we have a few good homes to offer for sale at a bargain. Sofl-H One Is a S-room cottage, very modem, finished in wood, mnetly hardwood, with electric lights, bath, and furnace heat ; nice cellar, nice lawn, with ahade trara, some frutt trees; aa extra large lot with one of the beet gardene in the city; nice barn, wall finished, auitable for garage or lo keep a team, with a baaement under the bars : the house seta on an elevation where it affords a at-.lendid view of the city ; we can aell at a aiirprieinely low price, con sidering the condition of the place. 40S-G A 2-tenement houee with a lanre , piot of land with a garden and plays-round, j shade tr.ee. up In very good shape, with a burn ; the parry is leaving the city and will I aell at a tacnnea For further information con ceming these and other city ,- rA a! Knv frrvio f oil jnupmi.r oimvim an descriptions, stock ana tools, apply to J. J. DASHNER Real Estate Agent WANTED TO BUY HOLSTEIN COS IN MILK - rrrfcraWy f rob or brew Sa frrahen Oct ta Jan. : ycsing. e-iher rood grade rr r-wterrd, ad fnr-a a feoeral tested herd; add-vaa or tle rheae C. L. Spea'v. West Coonth. t St CA"H I RlctJi PAID for rmr. rather ate. rtfsnns. tiidea. a?id bar a oeciee:! 'thene 4CR. Seas Cm id. 1S1 Braoa s- -4- 1 Ti-liS ! WANTtiiW n-f--r4f,ttl-a 1 vtrrvt. tt t: MALE AND FEMALE I!ELP. HF.LP W sNTTD Ta wa and wewwe ta wwi Fua Hanil f the Ismiw at - i hdwi : mm lhte mhm Krr mm rtrtwrt eed mm (1V4 srwi' hwm Ksiw aitig at Hcr-tat. awway, t Jyrf HELP WANTED MALE WAN1ED -Letter cuttir to optriite san(C blast machine: McDonnell & Sons, Inc., Circle atreet, Barre. 0t8 WANTED-Young man to work on farm, 16 to 20 years old; apply to Leland 8. Little, Main road to Plainfield. mi WANTED Painter and paper hanger;" E. Jurrie,6U2 North Main street. 8t8 WANTED AfONCE Firet-cW '"'bricklay ers, 11.1714 Pr hour; tenders 80c; 12 months' work; Louis A. Lafrance, Windsor, ytj apply to Mr Goulet, Supt., 8tf WANTED Three flntt-claaa letter cutters one who can carve; also three granite cutters : best of wages : address C. Schlei- tare Sons. Freedom, Pa. Wf WANTED A-good Totter cutter on granite good wagea : steady work ; Rdnreae, . Uttrn Granite and Marble Works," 89 Prespect Street, Utk-a, N. Y. 8t WANTED 4 man to live at Coddard Semi nary for the summer and work on the grounds : apply to O. K. Hollister. 88tf WANTED Nght wauhman Montoeller. Pavilion Hotel, 88t6 WANTED Experienced teamster ; F. E. Downing, 22 . Cliff street, tel. 144-W or People's telephone, Washington. 88tf WANTED Single man between 10-30 yrs., to travel with manager and solicit; experience unneceeekry ; salary or commission ; write Forrest F. Sturgeon, Brandon, Vt, Gen. Del. 88t6 EXPERIENCED CARVER WANTED" AT ONCE Cross Bros.. NorthfieJdVt. 86tf HELP WANTED Magnesia Talc Company, Waterbury. Vt- L82tl? WANTED AT ONCE A first-class machine polisher; steady work and .tood pay; ap ply to Union Granite Co., Waterbury, Vt. , 79tf TEAMSTER" WANTEDAIso a few tons of hay for sale; apply to N. M. Nelson, 20 Merchant street. Tl WANTED At Fletcher quarry, Woodbury, Vt. ; open shop quarry from Mar. 1, 120 : wanted now, 2 . complete derrick crews ; I have a general store and furnish goods to men In my employ at wholesale prices ; housea rent at $8.00 to f 10.00 per month; surface quarry and good machinery : write for more information and state your experi ence in a granite or mr .'hie quarry -. will hire a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher, Woodbury. Vt. 14tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Woman to assist chef; steady job, good pay; apply at once. Hotel Barre. 90t WANTED A refined, middle-aged woman to assist in houseWork in smalt fam ily on farm in village; one who would appreciate a guod home above high wages preferred ; address Box 14, So. Woodbury, Vt. 9tf WANTED A housework ; street. Barre. capable grl inquire at 108 Vt. for general South Main 90tf MAID WANTED In diet kiteNi ; apply at He ton hospital, Montpelier, JVU SOtf WANTED Girl for general housework, one over twenty-five preferred ; telephone Montpelier 48. JlOtS WAITRESSES wanted at the Columbia Mo tel. Bethlehem. N. H., White Mountains, July to Oct. ; 125.00 per month and fare one way ; apply at once, stating age, experience, etc. ; fc8t WANTED At Williamatown Inn. a kitchen woman ; good wagea to responsible party ; tel. 277-W or write F. A. Bruce, Williams town, Vt. 87t6 WANTED Woman for housework near Barre City : no washing, ironing or cooking ; $9.60 a week ; no one with children need apply ; writ to'F M.." care Times. Bjtf WANT ED-WoniiTta work in kitchen : ap ply to A. G. Nelson, Woodbury Lake Houee, East Calais, tel. 9007-2 Plainfield. 79tf EFFICIENT COOK, scaitreaaea and kitchen women wanted at onet at Miller's Inn. Montpelier. ; 75tf LAUNDRESS Also chamber maids for the summer season ; apply Wm. M. Gale, M?r.. Lake Morey Club. Falrle. Vt. f-6tf PUPILS NURSES WANTED Young women to train aa nurses at Barre City Hospital, Barre. I5tf WANTED A middle-aged woman for ren eral housework : state wages ; addresa Mrs. Cullen Martin. Wn(Uor.Vt. 12tf WANTED Pupil nunMaand attendants at the Taunton State Hospital : wagea. S3S.n0 per month with maintenance; for particulars address Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt, Taunton State Hospital. Taunton. Maaa. Z64tf HOUSES TO RENT UPSTAIRS TENEMENT TO RENT At Merchant street : a rooms, bath, raa and electric lights ; all in good condition ; In quire at 24 Merchant street, tel. 1SS-W. BJtf TO RENT Tenement of 4 rooms at 140 No. Seminary street : newly painted and pa pered ; inquire of Mr. Roasle at bouse or G. A. Huntington. 80 First avenue. Montpelier. telephone connection. T4tf TO RENT Small tenement at SSI North Main street ; also a S-room tenement North Seminary street ; O. D. Shurtleff, ? North Main street. T4rf TO RENT Downstairs tenement of rooms psntry and bath, electric lights and large earricn. together with barn nnviieres : va cant June Id: situated at 14 Clark street; tlrr.hnne M-R or inquire at 21-23 Howlsnrl building. Elwln L. Scott. ftf TENEMENT TO RENT A downetairs tene. tnent with larve ham and 2 large rardens at S Berlin street: Inquire Vra. Eugenie Granger. IS Maple Grove, or Misa Jeanette Gre-ieer at Tilden's Shoe Store. 7tf TO RENT S-room cotleee on rvnch street. new y repaired : call 893-33 ; T. H. Nichols 5tf TO RF NT Five-room downstairs tenement at SS Maple avenue: bath, eaa range, elec tee liehin : inouire at 22 Church street tel. S97-M. 5ti TO RENT - Five-mom tenement with garden at S4 Elmwood avenue: apply at same ad dress. .,ntf TO RENT Small" tenement at No 17 Addi- aon nlnre; Sin 00 per month; Inquire ef E. M. White. 27 Upland avenue. I?tf TO RENT Three-room tenement at IS Wat street hot and cold water, gas and electric lighta: inquire of E. L. Smith. 17 West treet, tel. 1-Y. or Alex. McHaffie, te! 19S-W or JS-M. , SUtf TO RENT--Tenement 4 110 to. ; Smth Proa sttf Smith place. Maple avenue: TO RENT S-mom tenement. 1st floor. yt Northern : all modem ; apply at 320 S'nrth Main street. I4tf TO RENT -Tenement at S? Merchant street also 4 ttnementa on Willey street, all in first-class nhape: modern Improvements : Geo. W. Mann. B4 Welllneton strrt J-'tf TENEMENT TO RENT in house's! rear ef Currier block. 19S No Msin street: inouire ef R. S. Currier after 7 p. m . 20 F' street. Barre. 2tf FOR RENT A good 7-mm cottare houee. prln wifr bath : Betrhelaer street : H. W. Sent. Bobter block. 14tf COTTAGE HOUSE TO RENT n Vine atreet: G. L. Wood worth, Eastman h-V JSStf WANTED BOARD AND ROOM FURNISHED-To mas wife: wife to give her aervasea in return: Call at S7 Jefferson street. "if WANTED On light expree on or dem ocrat wagon at once; H. K. Wheeier. Allen street, tel. Il-V. ."t' WANTED- By capable hirh school boy. po sition In store; eddrese "M." care of Times cnVe. . WANTED- Pea i Wm eetimatlnr. drafting and reneral office work ia granit plant: eKperunee in both building and moo a mental work : beet references; write A. C care Tim SM12 LIVE STOCK FOR SALE STOt K KOR SAI K - Two H..lteia milking IK-, frr.hen the J.t cf January 1 HoMrin hull IS mociiha old. 1 r-wL.tc-r-: Hnletcm hull 1 year oid. I Arrhire hfcr 1 year c'd : good on aril all tuhevruhn t-.ted : arply to Chas. N. Ladd. J-t Hi!) Tel JS7-I2 f FOR SLE One reg H-iet'in bull aif. S mv eld. .iml by a ;-lk. but: an wit ef a good swtuemg dm ; I rair of Iwary -i hr- . E. A CuSVr. Barre. Stf AGENTS WANTED Af.KNT-S - I ARi.F M ANUFSf TUKl R wants aI,,U U wil i.irT. iirr.ir t--t. drmc. kir-t. h'. ' l"-rni. "e-r rite fr-T f-e s.. MiiiM- M'.ia. ii.3 Kn4.ll. N.w Vm. Spraying1 Materials - l;. nfT(CTtr' Pry Amate a"d ' Spevsl diarouf . naati's w-oc-. j MARSH-ALLEN CO jK E t't--" 's Or-r Te Fl'RNISHED ROOMS I f VT 1 mm r-n .i forrithed er for M "i, : twgmre mi t. i.. amt ttmxk. Wewdwwrtav sU FOR SALE ttil SALE Cabbage, Scotch kale, Savoy, Brueall's Sprouta, 10c dozen or Hi cants per luo, $1.00 for 160; cauliflower and I aiiura, l&o dot. Jame Levie, 81 Hill street. . HUNTING DOG FOR SALE Good breed; apply at 12Beckley street. JiOte FOR SALE Up-to-date plumbing, heating and sheet nu.-tal business ; well stocked and equipped, eatabltshed with the best class of patrons and doing a tine businesa all seasons of the year; exceptional opportunity. Also wish to sell Dodge truck and business block: Mrs. Harold H Cirirr. Iwv m j Spring-fiejd, Vt. . 80t3 fUlt HALE Second-hand belting; 26 feet of 10-inch leather bvlting and 80 feet of 11-inch cotton belting; J. W. Untiedt. NorthJldVtJl F. D. 4. jot FOR SALE An .Internattonal ' hay loader and sidtf delivery - rake, both ready to hitch to and do your haying : criee right. can be aecn on the premises,, or write C. D. Dunham. WjUiumstown-, Vt. S91S TRAVELING CRANE FOR SALElO-ton". 6u-foot span, Shaw S-motor crane,- imme diate delivery; motors, 220 volt direct eur- FOR SALS On account of leaving town, henhouae, 8x10 ft., 14 hBns. 1 rooster, 16 chickens, weighing 2 lbs. apiece; 10 dusks, 7 weeks old ; good, bargain, so coma early ; apply 4 Webster avenue af ter4 o'clock. 87tf FOR SALE New Ludw'ig plana; will itWm a big reduction if taken at once; wiU be glad to show this piano to any person inter ested; Mrs. Odule Gilbert, Graniteville, Vt., jjhone 318-rL 87t6 FOR SALE A 4-burner Florence automatic oil stove in good condition; price, $16.00; Mra. Narramoivilliams.wn, Vt. 87t9 FOR 'SALE--Two eottagWarLaie Groton", ' aituated at head of the lake, with a nice beach ; lot has severaj hundred pine trees of 8 yearn' growth; cottagea contain good cook stoves, dishes, bedding and other camp fur niture; inquire of A. L, Hooper, Groton. Vermont. gstf FOR SALE A aitiafl quantity of grass": price made satisfactory; inquire Nellie J. Perrin, quarry road. 84tf FACTORY plant at HardwickTvt., mill eon- uuci, main ouuaing 40x240, engine iuw cuavv, i,iui-e uuuaing zuxou, storage building 20x48, akmgaide railroad; plenty of land; 60 vacant tenements within half a mila of plant; most of machinery is sold; llardwick municipal plant furnishes cheap electric power; write E. R. Fletcher, Wood bury. Vu tiUS FOR SALE Showcase, ice chest 48 "x26"x 72", ice chest 28"x42"xas" : KuttnKkt m corn machine, empty wine barrels, counters, iaoiea u , sieign, wagon, clothes cabinets ; 1 only 600-gaI. wocflen portable water tank; window blinds. whelbarrow. hnttina- ma chine, hickory double wagon pole, pair of snafu with axle attached, preserving jars. pinu ana quarts, and jugs ; tel. 163-J osetih Zanleoni. Ttf FOB SALE A very thriving monumental business in town of Willows, Cal. ; county aeat ana only shop in county ; reason for selling, poor health; W. H. Brown, box 26. Willows, Calif. T7t2 FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monument ; brightens up the lettering and makea the whole monu ment look clean and naw ; guaranteed; prices on application ; James Sullivan. 114 Park street, Barre, Vt 18tf FOR SALE- By gal. or bbl., BLACK tIA- MONO RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, fire and sunproof: 800 lbs. to bbl.; I am ready to paint or repair your roofa: E. L. Densmore, t Pleasant s tract 12tf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE New Ford tires ; 'phone 654-J. seran ; all cord 1U FOR SALE An Oldsmobile g-cylinder ' T- passenger, in good condition; inquire J. W. Sheridan, Granitevilie, Vt, 'phone 279-X. I4U2 AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Ford auto for sale ; also would carry passengers even, ings or Sundays : reasonable prices : address Charles N. Scott, Graniteville, Vt, Tel. 227-8 Jotf FOR SALE Pair black work horses; 4-yr.. old Morgan mare colt; lO-yr.-old driving mare: also a Ford ear in good running sr dcr; want to buy standing near city from 25 to R0 tona hay, good mowing; William Rock.17 Farwell street. g8t6 FOR SALE! Pony, pony wagon and har ness : also books for 1 at year high school; Mrs.D. E. Magoon, 119 Washington street. 88t6 FOR SALE Series 9. Franklin runabout ar 1 vt 1 7 6-paasenger Jackson: both in good condition and square deals; A. C Eastman, Woodstock. JVt 6t8 1360.00 BUYS KNOX 7-PASS. CAR-Overt' hauled' and in good running order; tires good, rear Urea and tubes new ; frill make an ideal truck for anyone not wishing a touring car; write me at once; Chas. C. Ken yon, Burlington, Vt 81tl2 OVERLAND 7-paseenger 1916 model touring car for sale ; good running condition ; Mrs. Henry Payne. Barre, tel892-21.(0tl2 DODGE TRUCK FOR SALE Screen body! flmt-rlaea condition, good aa new, 119 model ; run about 1,000 miles. Fisher Farm. Bethel. Vt lti HORSES AND VEHICLES GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY Call 9-4 Wash ington. Vt er addrem F. A. Beede. T2t2 FOR SALE Three work about 1.600 each; W. -M. horse, weighing E. Nichols, tel. 4tf FOR SALE Rubber-tired buggy wagon for aale: inquire at 94 No, Main street, Mrs. E. A. Witham. 61tf If You Need a Wagon REMEMBER COLTON PLACE If You Need a Harness REMEMBER COLTON S FLACE If You Need Auto Tires REMEMBER COLTON S PLACE If You Need Accessories REMEMBER COLTON S PLACE VEHICLE & SUITLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Manager 84 SUw Street Montpelier, Vermont Many Sulky Rakes at the present time are only poor imitations of three made under eld and expired patents, containing no improvements whatever. We Want to Show You ' something different in tha finest improved, up-todste hay rake in tha market. This rake ha a 1 DOUBLY TRUSSED FRAME that cannot tag. 2. A HAND LEVER that dcee nK changa pnaition when tha foot dump la used. REVOLVING STEEL AXIE and DUMPING DEVICE that cannot get out of order. 4 A PIMPING RAT CHET. WITH FLANG ES, that strengthens the a ie. 5 A REVERSIBLE PUMP DOG of hardened steel that raa ha changed to four different poeitiona and will last a -let 'me. a A CAM ACTION FOR RELEASING the DOG and dumring the rake ithout shock. Jar or nmrm. A TOOTH HEAD so altarhed that :eth te-o their plare and rake r!an. :vca when voirg doae He Terrrt hill S. THE TEETH are fat tened and he ehiel r-,in t.t wi'i rot die. a INTrRi HSN'.EUil E HUB C P mhvh can b ncd i lixr rieit or left ia a v eavmr in vvot WHEELS nth ntra wid-h tirw are the bt we aee saw on any rake. If ail this wunds" Uv wnc4 t h lne ..fiw aad aee. e are Sww t!me elvut a raVa aw a iieee t- hni ar nght here, an reatdy to titi h to. MARSH-ALLEN CO. ;V E Tl 1 0-rr fosstr T.ttM ! MOWER" REPAIRS !! r!d cr V m t4 tH i 4 fjf- i t . m tvn 4Uf wrmi 4m marshTallen CO. E te'-lhaoa It Q-em Cm, '-