THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.t FRIDAY, JULY
ABOUT THE STATE
Happening! of Intereit from
Different Sections. .
j M. E. Calkins of Weatmore is a can
f didate for senator from Orleans coun-
H. H. Chamberlain shot, at his home
in Townsliend recently, a rat that
measured 17 inches from tip to tip.
Ephraini Wetherell of JefTorsonville
observed his 00th birthday anniver
j tsary June 2!), and celebrated the occa
; sion by attending his first moving pic
j' Oscar L. Mason, a Marlboro, N. II.,
; boy who was appointed to West Point,
(was prominent in high school athletics
and won the half-mile and mile
events at the interscholastic meet in
Middlebury last year.
Attorney William R. Daieyf Brat
tleboro has been appointed clerk of
.' Windham county court to succeed
Frank D. E, Stowe, resigned. The ap-
i pointment went into effect yesterday.
j Mr. Stowe resigned after 13 years of
f service because of the pressure of oth-
!, cr business.
Robert F. Wheeler of Brattleboro,
who has been in the service of the Cen
i tral Vermont railroad 48 years, 42
vears as a passenger conductor on the
I New London division, has been relieved
of that duty at his own request and
' has been made station master at the
union station in Brattleboro.
Miss Leola Pan Souci, a young worn
fan of North Pownal, but who recently
bag been living in Albany, was drowned
, Monday morning while bathing with a
party of friends in the Normanskill
river, Albany. Miss San Souci was 21
years of age and leaves, beside her par
ents, one brother of Pownal.
Charles Cobb, an employee of the
Hortonift Power company, was acci
dentally electrocuted at New Haven
Tuesday morning. No details of the
accident are known definitely but it is
said, that he accidentally came into
contact with a wire highly charged with
electricity and was instantly killed.
A child at Rutland is suffering from
poisoning contracted from one of the
squawker balloons that are popular at
present with the youngsters of the
town. The public health nurse reports
that the poisoning may result either
from the coloring or from the rubber
matter itself and recommendR that the
balloons be tabooed by small children
lest further cases of the same trouble
FARM HAND ELECTROCUTED.
When He Touched Metal Fastener of
New Haven, July 2. Harry Cobb, a
farm hand, in the employ of C. J.
Bottum of New Haven, was instantly
killed about 7 o'clock Tuesday morn
ing by being electrocuted. Mr. Cobb
worked at the Bottum farm and board
ed with family named Burgor, who
lived a short distance from Bottum.
When he started for breakfast, after
doing the morning chores at Bottum',
he drove the cows along to the pasture
and closed the gate, the fastening of
which was a piece of chain.
Unknown to Cobb, an electric light
wire had broken and fallen across a
wire fence which enclosed the pasture.
It is thought that Cobb either touched
the chain used in fastening the gate
or the fence, both of which were
charged with electricity from contact
with the wire which carried 2300 volts.
He was found by Burgor, who was
driving by, lying against the fence
with one arm through the meshes.
Burgor thought the man had fainted
and went to his assistance and upon
taking hold of Cobb he received a
shock which knocked him down. He
ran to the Bottum house and tele
phoned the power plant at Bristol for
them to shut off the current and aho
notified Dr. 0. F, Edmunds of Bristol,
the district health officer, who came to
the scene, and, after viewing the body,
ordered it taken to the undertaking
rooms of E. W. Varney in Bristol. It
is thought that the wire must have
been down for some time as the grass
in the pasture was burn,ed for a dis
tance of 40 feet about where it lay.
Cobb's right arm was frightfully
burned as far as the shoulder. Cobb,
who was about 40 years of age, came
from Lincoln and is survived by hie
pareuts and several brothers and sis
ters. The Unit of Valuo
is income, not lump sum. Better pro
vide vour wife with a life income than
a lump sum, subject to the perils of
investment. Hatety, savings aim serv
ice in our monthy income policies. Na
tional Life Ins. Co. (Mutual). 8. S
Rallard. central agent, Rialto block
The standing grass on the so-called
Loren Magoon farm, near Cookville, is
for sale, or would hire same cut and
put into buildings. Inquire of H. A.
Phelps, Barre. Tel. 314 -R.
Bedbug- (Clmex lsctulsrius). The origin of
tha name bad bus is unknown, but is tup
posed to be naturally suggested, a It ia de
scriptive. There are many local names for
these parasites, as, for illustration, around
Boston they are called "Chinches," from
Baltimore cornea the name "Mahogany Flat,"
in New York they are styled as "Red Coat."
around Pittsburgh they are called "Peaky
Devils," in Cincinnati and the South "Night
riders," in St. Louis and Chicago district
"Crimson Ramblers, the great West "Pil
grims." The old saying,. "The bedbug has
no teeth, but they get there just the same,"
is correct. Instead of teeth they possess a
piercing and suckling beak to draw and rob
you of your blood for their own body.
Bedbugs, no matter what you may call
them, or where they came from, science ha
found a way to rid them if you will use
faithfully the now chemical, Pesky Devils
Quietus "P. D. i." A 86c package makes
one quart, enough to kill a million bedbugs,
roaches, fleas, ants or cooties, and their eggs
as well. P. D. Q. will not injurs bedding,
and each package contains a patent spout
to enable you to get them in the hsrd-to-get-at
places. Impossible for Pesky Devils to
exist where P. I). Q. is used..
Hold by Ernest Drown and other leading
1 ! :
ESTATE OF NELSON I. SANBORN
State of Vermont, District of Washington, as.
The honorable probate court for the dis
trict aforesaid, to the heirs and all persons
interttd in .the estate of Nelson I. San
born, late of Plainrleld. in said district,
WHEREAS, application hath been made to
this court in writing, by the executrix,
praying for license and authority to sell all
of real estate of said deceased, to wit: Situ
ated in the town of Flainfleld, in said
district, representing to said court that it
would be beneficial to the heirs and all per
sons interested in the estate of said deceased,
to sell said real estate and convert the
same into money.
And bringing into court the consent and
approbation in writing, of all the heirs to
said estate residing in this state, and setting
forth the situation of the real estate.
WHEREUPON, the .said court appointed
and assigned the 20th day of July. 1820.
at the probate office In Montpejier, in said
district, to hear end decide upon said appli
cation and petition, and dfdered public no
tice thereof to be given to all persons intea
ested therein, by publishing said order, to
gether with the time and place of hearing,
three weeks successively In the Barre Daily
Times, a newspaper which circulates In tha
neighborhood of those persons interested in
said estate, all of which publications shall
be previous to the day assigned for hesring.
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear before said court, . at the time and
place assigned, then and there in said court
to make your objections to the granting of
such licenser, if you see cause.
Given under my hand at Montpelier, ia
said district, this 1st day of July, 1920.
I RANK J. MARTIN, Judge.
When part of the harness on Leslie
Lackie's horse broke as Lackie and
Owen McGoff were driving down a hill
in West Barnet one day last week, the
horse ran away, frightening a team
driven by Bert Bedell. Mr. Bedell was
thrown out and bound in some way to
the axle or the wagon so that every
time the wheel turned the spokes hit
his face. When his horse was finally
stopped and Mr. Bedell was taken from
the axle, he was removed to a St.
Johnsbury hospital, but lived only a
State's Attorney K. W. Gibson has
notified Joseph C. Snow of Townshend
that the action brought against him
in connection with the fatal shooting
of Sarrel Sawyer of Townshend on the
first dav of the last open season of
deer had been withdrawn. Mr. Sawyer,
who was about 85 years old, was shot
through the heart while moving about
Sunder low hanging branches of a tree,
and the shooting was reported to the
officers by Mr. Snow, who was hunting
in that territory. Mr. Snow was ar
rested and was bound over to the
Windliara county court JeYm, which is
now in session.
DAM WASHED OUT.
-During Severe Storm at West Rutland
, Wednesday Night.
Rutland, July 2. Wednesday night's
severe rain and electrical storm here
reused great damage, the worst being
the going out of the dam at the West
.Rutland reservoir. The core dam,
tight feet high, with more than an
lore of water behind it, gave way,
tending the mountain of water down
The main bridge on the road to Ira
was swept away and dailied to pieces
and the highway foe 15 feet on either
side was badly gutted. The going out
f the dam also left West Rutland
without any water for drinking pur
poses or for use in case of fire.
In the barns of F. F. Hall, fully two
miles from the dam, the cattle were
rescued just in time to save their lives,
s the water was up to their necks.
Mr. Hall lost about W) chickens and
kens by the flood. The corn crop of
Frank Burditt is also a total loss, from
the rush of water, which finally poured
into Otter creek.
With the heavy downpour of rain
came unusually severe electrical dis
plays, a pair "of horses in l'oultney
having been killed by a bolt, trees hav
ing been struck in many instances and
the power in many towns having been
The sub-station at West Rutland
was struck by lightning, resulting in
the burning out of the transformer,
and a broken wire held up street car
service for three hours.
A RTHUR LeBEAU, of Winooa
ki, Vermont, who declarea he
is now in the "pink of condition"
and enjoying life for the first time
in many ytari as the result of
Goldine Does Away With
Gai in Stomach
It ii l recognised fart that ras in the
stomach is dangerous and should be guarded
against by s-rerysete. Physicians have esti
mated that a Urge prrreatage of deaths
from hemrt trouble are due to the hearts
actio. sting stopped by the pressure at gas
gainst it Palpitation of the heart ia nea-rij
always caused by gas trouble.
Yos, ran readily see that you are taking I
chance if you arc troubled with gas and
OS nothing to get nd of it. besides bring
inOtestiosi of a diseased stomach, which
in itself is esuea for concern, it is a warn
ing that scene time in the future so mwi
gms Will gather around the rt that the
least exertion will cause it '.o press against ;
the wails of that organ and stop its artion. i
There is eat sure wsy of re-.unc rid ef j
gas and danger ef death by hemrt failure. :
old-n N& I. the he u remedy, has been
found by thoussada to br the one medwin
wtiK-b girts rcnf for stemsrs irwuhm. gas. '
rotating, indurtstjon. rorvM4riMvn end other
auar areneei. And Kd!ne No. 1 is !
in iwdieir foe as ge if in are
Uvjberd with gas.
J et raevd t- eatwiewe of Jacob fteyss
wfeo sers : ' For ewoew than fnwr rears I
bad gas ew sry sieroacti and otng he'red
ms u get rd of it Fiwailr I asard Inst
wdi- was tr beet cneCirir the mar-!
set and I went to v Snsg str s-x) get i
s br ef o)dit No. L I rot r f ne-,
nMMe!. s I suea-ert v a.l aar fnemis '
!e am t-rreoleeJ wi-S the eae b fur. tee
"iefcd a. a fcat it 4e fr we. it will V
fw eeuSrs, a-f I tta tt s tw an-wt wm
oerful reene-ey f ee is sew."
je)-! si s4 as yeejr Hit V fser-n-rfe
A Ler Ad.
"Thanks to Tanlac, I am now enjoy
ng life for the first time in years," re
cently declared Arthur Lebeau, fore
man of the Porter Screen Co., Winoos
ki, Vermont. "For five years I was a
sick man. My principal trouble iwas
indigestion. I had no appetite and gen
erally went off to work without any
breakfast because I knew if I ate any
thing it would only upset me.
"My condition was so bad, in fact, I
could neither sleep, eat nor work with
any satisfaction and was so nervous
that the least thing would upset me.
Xothing seemed to agree with me, and
I would have severe cramping pains in
my stomach and at times my heart
would palpitate badly. I also suffered
from shortness of breath, and the least
little exertion would make my heart
thump like an engine.
"At last I almost decided I would
give up my job, as I got so w k and
miserable I felt I could stand it no
"One night as I sat reading a paper I
saw a statement about Tanlac which
convinced me it was just. the medicine
I needed. It helped me from the very
first dose and at the time I had finished
mythird bottle, I hardly knew myself.
"I never fcate the slightest symptom
of indigestion now, and I feel like a
brand new man in every way. My appe
tite is splrndid, my nerves are steadied
and I sleep soundly at night. The work
I used to dreed now seems eay for me,
and I am now in the very 'fink of
condition.' Of course, I. am only too
glad to recommend this medicine."
Tanlac is sold in Barre by the Barre
Drug Co., in Xorthfield by Nat A.
Wheeler, in Waterbury by Briebin A
Brivhin, and in Wehsterville by E. H.
Milki correctly with alternating ac
tion. Universal teat cup.
F. F. FULLER
Agent for This Territory
Vls.m.ssBaintjk p I
A E T N A I Z E
J. W. DILLON
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 goods belonging to the
late Clara Wardner, consisting of beds,
bedding, bureaus, commodes,, mirrors,
tables, chairs, lamps, all kinds of kit
chen utensils, ladders, trunks, carpets,
rugs, crockery, kettle, and other arti
cles too numerous to mention. Also at
the same time and place, 3 plows, bug
gy wagon, hay tedder, pung sleigh, set
traverse sleds, with wood and logging
sled, 3 stoves, saw milk pails and cans,
window, robes, etc Also 1 pair horses
belonging to the Foss estate Sale pos
itive. Terms at time of sale. Saturday.
July 3, at one o'clock.
I. N. ABBOT, Administrator.
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Bane, Vt
Three Lines for 25c
The Times will publish Wants, Lost and
Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short adver
tisementsat the rata of three lines for
twenty-rlve cents for the first insertion and
ten cents for each subsequent Insertion.
FARMS FOR SALE
Big Farm $3,300 With ;
Crops, Horses, Cattle, Tools '
In beautiful, prosperous country near big
towns i delightful home with immediate in
come; 140 acres machine-worked fields,
spring-watered pasture, valuable wood and
timber, 200 apple trees, other fruit, 1.U00
sugar-maples, evaporator, other equipment;
pretty cottage, spring water, big basement
barn, many other buildings ; owner called
away throws in pair hotveV 8 cattle, poul
try, wagons, machinery, tools, part growing
crops ; only $3,800 for all, easy terms ; de
tails page 16, Strout s Big Illustrated Catalog
Farm Bargains 33 States : copy i free.
STROUT FARM AGENCY, 654BS Old Bouth
Building, Boston. B3tl
175 Acres, $2,750 with
Stock, Crops and Tools
Must be sold at once; machine-worked fields,
fine crops potatoes,, corn, grain ; H tow.
brook-watered pasture, wood and Umber
worth small fortune; fruit; sugar maples;
fins American section, 'near village; build
ings as good as on $6,000 farm, include -room
house, piped spring water, big base
ment barn, cow bam, poultry aousfa, . ;
if sold at once will throw in 2 good mares,
cow, poultry, harness, wagons, machinery,
cream separator, lot imali tools and nil
crops, for only $2,750, on easy terms; Mrs.
F. O. Billings, Sharon, Vt 3tl
FARH90R SALE "40 "acres. 1V4 miWfrom
village, 6 miles from station, on good road,
near neighbors snd school j mail delivered ;
cottage house of 7 rooms, barn for 4 head,
running water, wood, apples and small fruit,
t cows, 1 heifer, 2 hogs, farming tools, hay
in bam, 6 acres of growing crops, 10 cords
dry wood, sll included at the price of $1,260 ;
immediate possession; . A. Flint, Agent,
South Royalton. Vt . 9iA
FARMS FOR SALE
40-ArRir. FARM in Marshfleld, Vf mi. from
postoffics on Cabot road ; location sne of
tha be.. large lty story house, 10 rooms,
all in fine shape ; verandas both sides, tele
phone snd share of stock : 80-ft. barn with
basement, built $ yrs. ago; running water
ti house snd barn ; garage, henhouse and
toolhouse; buildings all painted; land lays
warm ; smooth, machine-mowing fielda, good
pastures, quite a quantity of timber and
wood ; a nice home for someone
140-ACHB FARM in Marshfleld, m. from
poatofflee: 2-story house in good shape ;
good big barn just recently built ever;
euqlpped with Utter carrier and horse fork;
shed roots and toolhouse. large henhouse,
running water to house snd barn ; large ap-
,i 1 m Ai-hset crtra imnntli n ir la v I n v SM -
1 nlntv fit neatnrine the rttrht. lrtn , mL
mated 100 M. ft. of lumber and a lot of
wood: this form will run 15 cows and team
and can easily be made to do more; someone
ought to get Interested In this deal quick
when they see it and find out the price.
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE 8-rocm modern house on Mont-
ptlier road: puna, barn, henhouse, 2
aci ut land ; reasonable ; also iS-tenement
house at 83 Merchant street and cottage
house on Washington street; Mrs. H. S.
Miles;tel. 217-X; 04tf
FOR 8 ALE-Seven-room house and barn,
aJso large garden ; B. Marriotti, Cor.
Howard and Pike streets. 1?J
FOR SALE AT'Webstarviile, 6-room house:
never-failing spring water; inquire of Paul
Snow, East Barre. Vt. 88t6
FOR SALE A nice home in South Barre;
10-room house, barn, henhouse and garden;
house is heated by a Spencer steam healer,
which cannot be beaten, burns ths 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
FOR SALE 7-room cottage, all modern con
veniences ; barn, garage, 3 lots if desires ;
owner leaving city ; J. Bossi, (6 Berlin
FOR SALE Cottage house of 8 rooms, good
location ; downstairs finished in hard
wood ; bath, furnace heat, hot and cold wa
ter; a nice home for someone; inquire of
Alex. McHafiie, IK Hsrringtun avenue, or
Mrs. Annie Julian, owner, 68 Pleasant
FCo SALE Trow block, lis South Main
street, contains 2 stores, 2 tenements, also
S building lots ; good renting property ; price
for immediate sale, $6,600; U. O. Boyce, 11
Academy street. ?2tr
"GREEN LEIGH," SOt S. Main street, for
sale; the semi-bungalow residence of the
late W. F. Milne, built within 3 years ; eon
tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish
and floors throughout set tubs, cement col
lar floor snd steam hest; henhouse and I ex
tra lots go with the property ; apple trees,
berry bushes, etc.. snd gsrden in good con
dition; apply to Mrs. W. F. MUne. tel.
FOR SALE Two-story. I-tenement house.
with good barn and cellar under house
and barn, all in good repair; each tenement
nas 0 rooms, electric lights and bath ; plenty
of garden for both tenements; the barn
could, for a small amount of money, be
made into a 8-room tenement; this is good
property to buy for home or investment; sit
uated at 14 Clark street; prire right; tale
phone 66-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland
building: Elwln L. Scott 8tf
HELP WANTED MALE
WANT6 A No. 1 man to work" "in hay
field; $5 a day and board for good one;
O. Corrigan, East Montpelier. :it6
MEN WANTED Four men to work on state
road work, Barre ; apply to E. F. Palmer,
WANTED Young man familiar with the
grocery business, who can drive a Ford
i1 ! The F. P. Ladd Co. ,ma
WANTED Stonecutter, who can also run
surface cutter, in retail plant within 66
miles or Barre; steady work; apply A. ri
Barre i imes.
STANDING HAY FOR SALE Tel "246-' "
41 East street. Mrs. Jimm Ah,M aytJ s
STONE CHIPS FOR SALE Delivered by
truck; low price; Waldron Shield 'V Co.,
Mihs Granite building. ms
FOR SALE Hardwood lumWr7Yo0 o JdO
M. feet: prefer to sell on skids, but will
considir sale on stump; 1 mi. from depot;
wrilc to "Lumber," care Times. tiXJa'
FOR SALE Cabbage, Scotch ksle. Savoy
Brusslls Sprouts, 10c dozen or 66 cants
per luu, $1.00 for 150; cauliflower and
at.asUrs, i6c dui- Jawes Levie, 81 Hill
WANTED A man to do general work "",:"7,,r;r--.
; H. F. Cutler ft Bon. IS ujiiNu uw, run bale, Uood breed;
BUY A HOME IMMEDI
ATELY OR TAKE THE
on the job all the
time. Bring in your
broken parts and
have them made as
good as new.
A. M. FLANDERS
toj V. M; St. Barre. Vt
Monday, July 5th
Come out and enjoy the day.
While in town come in and
look over our line of Furni
ture. Lee & Clara B. hortt
I will eil at public atiftion on the
SATURDAY, JULY 3
at i o'clock p. the following
The home farm of the late Richard
Kennedy, containing 200 acres, suitably
divided into tillage, pasttirajfe and
woodland. Comfortable btuKl iiivi with
never-failing water at house and barn.
One of the bet sugar orchards in
One Eddy disc hoe, 1 light 2 horse
traverse eled with brakes, 1 set Holly
trucks, 1 W. A. Wood disc harrow, 1
Osborne smoothing harrow, 1 McCor-
mack horse rake, 1 McCormack niowinz
machine. 1 one-horse power. 1 Dcl-aval
cream separator, 1 leader evaporator
and arch, atorage tanks, draw tubs,
suparinp-off arch and pan, about 8(H)
sap buckets with covers, about 1,000
sap spouta (all sugar tools galvanized),
fl lengths of galvanised a;-in. iron pipe,
2 fat hogs, 3 two-year-old heifers, 2
yearling bulls, 1 pair 2-yr.-old steers, 8
cows, 2 fall heifer calvea, 1 veal calf, 1
3 yr.-old stallion, 1 four-year-old mare
with foal by her aide, 1 three year-old
mare, 1 two-year-old mare, 1, yearling
colt, 1 goose, several tons of hay and
rale positive. Terms at sale.
EUGENE H. KENNEDY, Admr.
B. H. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Chelsea, Vt., July i, igao.
FOR SALE IN SO. CABOT VILLAGE
130-ACRE FARM, extra rood buildintrs. all
In fine shspe: li-story house with veran
das : house large enough for i families and
well-finished rooms : ene of the best of eel
lara; ham. 40x70. deep drop hays, a dandy
s)ln. (rood srahles, never-failing water to
buildings and all Inside: a nirs sprtie or
chard, machine-mowing" fields, cuts hsy of
ths best nualitr : 160 to 200 M. standing-timber
on the rdare, rlose to mill : 20 head ef
rsttle. of which 11 sre nice cows; a rood
pslr of horses, slmost new harnesses; a lot
of rood fsrm tools ; will sell the property til
tarether or farm without stork and tools t
price rig-ht either war.
TO RENT To rooms in Eastman klork,
furnished or unfurnahed. for liiiht house
keeping; inquire of G. L. Woodworth, F.st
man block. tf
iMCTOsr outsut iisooo oi i. r I
DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER
howland bldg. SURGEON DENTIST PHONI "
FOR SALE IN SO. CABOT VILLAGE
A SAWMILL all In rood running condition,
nearly an acre of land for yard room, H
hoard saws snd s number of small ssws : a
lot of extra belting, one 14-in. belt 60 ft.
long, nesrly new; s lot of extra nulleys. n
blacksmith outfit, forge, anvil, drilling ma
chine, vise, work besch and a lot of other
things ; a large amount of room over mill
for manufacturing rhair stock, or a vreat
place for a bobbin factory, as this prooerty
Is located cloee to a lanre amount of all
kinos of tlnber snd If taken riirht away
1700 buys this whole outfit.
Thess properties, both fsrms snd village,
era advertised to sell ; alio have more.
A. R. COLE, Agent
Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2
WANTED TO BUY
HOLSTEIN COWS IN MILK Prefersbly
fresh or bred to freshen Oct. to Jan. ;
young, either good grade or registered, and
from a federal tested herd ; address or tele
phone C. L. Speare, Wast Corinth. Vt. 8St6
CASH "PRICES PAID for rags. T rubbers." met.
sis, magsiinas, hides, snd hags a specialty ;
'phone 407-R. San Gould. 11 Brook street
WANTED TO BUY Seeond-hsnd furniture,
tools snd stoves ; inquire U. Araith, 137 No.
Main street, tel. 72-M. 3t26
CLERKS men, women!. 18 upwsrd, for
piatsl mail service; $136 month: exami
nations July ; experience unnereassry ; for
free particulars wns R. Terry (former
civil service eieminen, f 1 Continental build
ing, Wsshington. Htl'
HELP WANTED Young men and women to
Inks positions ss attendants at the Ver
mont State Hospital (or the Insane at Wa
terbury ; to those who dseire. an opportunity
offered to attend nurses' training rourse;
apply st Hospital. Wsterhury. Vt. 19tf
FRANK M. LYNDE
CLRRIER BUILDING. BARRE, VT.
A Modern X-Ray Equipment
HEADQT" ARTFR9 FOR
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CHINES. RECORDS. FHKET MUSIC
Telephone 369-VV, Barre. Vt.
CHEAPER TO PIT I P AT THE
LAKE SHORE HOUSE
thsa to hire a cottage. Reasonshle
rat. with a-ood accowimodal tons,
with garage and livery connected.
West Danville, Vt
B ARTHfR REED
flOU I MON1 1 ELIER Leae sreVrs at
Bailey'a Muss: Roosas. barre. Tel. M-W.
HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S
HOW LAND BUILDING
Specializing in Extracting and
Dental X-Ray Diagnosis
PERRY & NOONAN
UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS
Hospital Ambulance Eervlra
Depot Square. Barre Tel. connection. 426-W
IN OUR NEW LOCATION
We are now ready to se-rre roth old snd
new custceners with a high trade of Jewelry.
Repair work snMrsnteed.
O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler
14 ELM STREET
SOLE AGENT IOR BOSTON AMERICAN"
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
Ofnra Room MiWsi Funding
OFFICE HOUR": am to 12 m. asd 1 ta
s m- Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and Friday
Real Estate and Personal
Property at Auction
The underiigned will ell t auction
TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1920
at 12:30 o'clock sharp
on the premises, i', miles from West
Topsham, on the state road to Wells
River, the following described
THE HOME FARM
known as the .larkn place, contain
ing 104 acre. Two sets of farm bnild
inif. both in comfortable shape- The
farm ia suitably divided and there is
a quantity of soft wood lumber. Good
water. One of the best trout brooks
runs through this land. Terms on real
estate will be one half rash.
17 HEAD OF STOCK
10 Grade Jersey and
There is sure to be a shortage
of houses in Barre before
many weeks, and prices will
soar. The"se at the old
prices will be sold
FINE RESIDENCE near Currier Park, of
T rooms : modern : hoUwater heat ; large
barn and extra lot: srlendid porch and a
really fine home: only 13,800.00. It Is worth
at least 1700.00 more. Liberal terms ef
SIX-ROOM ORANGE STREET HOUSE
for I3.0ii0.00 Corner lot, garden, only a few
rods from the carline. handy to school,
stone sheds, etc. ; well plumbed ; it is rood
trade at the price.
STEAM-HEATED t - ROOM COTTACE.
with all conveniences : very large lot : hire
porch on sidrs : sll in good condition and
resdy for immediate occupancy. Located
only a few minutes' walk from pnstorTice in
good neighborhood. Price 12,850.00.
HOW'S THIS I NEARLY NEW -ROOM
HOUSE, with bath. Ihrhts. etc.; S hen
houses. 2 strswberry pstrhes, nearly an acre
in g-ood a-arden. all up in nice shape: quan
lisy of apple trees, currants, etc. : frarden
en", small fruit will he worth I1S0.09 or
more to the owner this rear; location is
rood. , near school, snd hsndy to ersnite
plants, sbout 4 minutes' wslk from csr!ins;
price. 12. 600.00.
JUST OUTSIDE THE CITY, we can of
fer you a good home, house, barn and I acre
of land, part of which haa lot of straw,
berries; 12,000.00 is the price. $(00.00 down.
..ROUT M ACRES Of LAND WITH
COVKIRTAFI.E HOUSE AND BARN for
tl.RMi.00: sbout iVi miles from the city;
will ketp 4 or I cowt and team; terms,
1500.00 sa first payment
ON ACCOUNT OF ILLNESS in family,
one of the best investment properties In the
city is heins offered for sale. Income near
ly flOO.OO per month; location unexcelled,
at corner of Keith avenue and Summer
street: 12-room house, best hestinc nlsnt In
the city: all modern; inoulre of E. A. Prin
dle or the D. A. Perry Real Estate Arenry.
aorund a a-araire
South Main street, tel. 760. 62t8
WANTED Young- man to work on farm,
16 to 20 years old ; apply to Leland 8.
Little. Main road toPlain6eld: s t4
WANTED AT ONCE irBt-class bricklay
ers, (1.17 Vj per hour; tenders 80c; 12
months' work ; Louis A. Lafrance, Windsor,
Vt; applyto Mr. Goulet,Supt., H9tf
WANTED Three "flrst-claea" letter cutters :
one who ean carve; also .three Rranite
cutters ; best of wages ; address C. Schlei-
ters Sons.Freedom. Pa. . 9t?
WANTED A good fetter cutter on granite ;
good wages ; steady work ; address, "Utica
Granite and Marble Works," 89 Prespert
Street, Utica, N. Y. l9t
WANTED A man to live at Goddard Semi
nary for the summer and work on the
grounds: spply to0. K.Jlol lister. 88tf
WANTED Nght watchman ; Pavilion Hotel',
WANTEDExperienced teamster: t. E.
Downing. 22 Cliff street, tel. 144-W or
People's telephone; Washington. Wtf
WANTED Single man between" 19-80 yrs., to
travel with manager and eolbcit ; experience
unnecessary : salary or commission ; write
Forrest F. Sturgeon, Brandon, Vt., Gen. Del.
HEXFWrUtTCD Macneala Tak Company,
Waterburyy - lVl
WANTED AT ONCE A first-class mschine
Dollsher : steady work and good pay ; ap
ply to Union Granite Co., Wateroury, vi.
TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few tons ef
hay for sale; apply to N. M. Pelton. zu
Merchant street Jit"
WANTED At Fletcher quarry, Woodbury,
Vt I open ahop quarry from Mar. 1, 1920 :
wanted now. t complete derrick crews ; I
have a general store and furnish goods to
men in my employ st wholesale prices ;
houses rent at 8.00 to $10.00 per month:
surfscs qusrry snd good msehinery ; write
for more information and state your experi
ence in a granite or marble avarry; will
hire a few apprentices ; E. R. Fletcher,
Woodbury, Vt Ull
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED Woman to work in kitchen on
vegttablea. etc. : good job for right woman
and good pay ; steady work ; Hotel Barre.
TATiLK GIRL WANTED At jacks Res-
tst rant. Depot squsre. 'M'
WANTED A rcfinedT middle-aged woman
to assist in housework in small fam
ily on farm in village; one win would
appreciate a good home above high wages
preferred; address Box 14, So, Woodbury,
WANTED A cspable girl fjr general
housework; inquire at 108 South Main
street, Barre. Vt tf
WAITRESSES wanted at the Columbia Ho
tel, Betqlehem. N. H., White M-suntains.
July to Oct : 126.00 per month snd fare one
wsy; apply at once, stating age, experience,
WANTED Woman for housework near
Barre City : no washing, ironing or cooking :
19.50 a week: no one with children -need
apply: write to "F. M.," care Times. 87tf
WANTED Woman to work In kitchen; ap
ply to A. G. Nelson, Woodbury Lske
House, East Calais, tel. 9007-2 Plainfield.
EFFICIENTCOOK. smitreeses "snd kitchen
women wsnttd at ones at Miller's Inn.
LAUNDRESS Also chamber msids for the
summer season ; spply Wm. M. Gsls. Mirr..
Lske Morey Club. Fairlee. Vt 66tf
PUPILS NURSES WANTED Youn women
to train as nurses st Bsrre City Hospitel
WANTED A mldd!e-ared woman for ren-
eral housework : state weees ; address Mrs.
Cullen Martin. Windsor. Vt. 12tf
WANTED Pupil nurses and attendants at
the Taunton State Hosnital : wages. JS1.O0
per month with maintenance: for Particulars
eddress Dr. Arthur V. Goss. Bupt., Taunton
Stat Hospital, Taunton. Mass. I64tf
This is the time to buy. Let us
help you to decide.
THE D. A. PERRY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
DO YOU WANT A
MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES
ft Tarre. btervil ard Grantetille to Karre
Orange. Va-h:n?to" n4j Wilhamstowa to Barre
Lcg d tat- tr.p
M.-J. YYHITCOMB. East Carre, Vermont
all fresh except 2, which will freshen
soon after the 'ale; good age and Mr.e.
an extra goad lot; 1 three year-old
HoUtcin heifer, bred; I pure-bred Hol
stein 2-rear-old bull; this animal ia
from the White Urns, herd: 5 calves
pair work horses, weight about 2.400
Ibt.. a pood all round team, sound and
pood aces, 7 and S vears old, rot me
."0m.0o 2 rears ago; 1 brood sow. 1
boat weighing about l-Vi U.S., 1 small
TOOLS Two horse farm wajron
with wood body and rack; 2 horse
steals with brakes, tin t'S rt inrins-lflotli
GAGE & GAGE harrow, j.low, cult hat or. mowing mi
I Hi Hi 'PRACTX'riS chine, espresa wagon with extra bodT,
Hours Daily: -to a m. except Tuesdays i r,kr- ,ltrht 1 onoord wagon, lilit sleigh.
and Thu-dars, l-J r. m. I set work harnee. Hrivins" harnesses
Evermrs : :3 to K encrpt Tuesdays snd Un.-.inr tr,,!l. ... ;1.
j (rrind-tone. stone boat, smoother. l.OOO
! ft. basswoo.i lumber. lot of mixed
lumber, and all small tool, chains,
srythe. snaths, etc.
A!"o a quantity of household furni
ture. Terms on personal property at me
,.f ie. I.unh for th-e rominj from
JAS. MrCriGA. Oweer.
D. A. FERRY, Auctioneer.
As everything looks so pros
perous in Barre at this time in
all lines of business, we have a
few Rood homes to offer for
sale at a bargain.
Sofl-H One Is a -room cottage, very
modern, finished in wood, mostly hsrdwood.
with electric lights, bsth, snd furnace heat;
nice cellar, nice lawn, with shade trass,
some fruit trees ; an extra large lot with
one of the best gardens in the city : nice
hern, well finished, suitable for garage or
to keep a team, with a basement under the
barn ; the house seta on an elevation where
it affords a splendid view of the city; we
can sell at a surprisingly low price; con
sidering the condition of the place.
40. ft A 2-tenement house with a large
plot of Isnd with a garden and playground,
shade trees, up In very good shape, with a
bam ; the partr is Isaving the city and will
sell at a sacrifice.
For further information con
cerning these and other city
property and other farms of all
descriptions, stock and tools,
J. J. DASHNER
Real Estate Agent
L K t i K P ASTUKK TOL Et" i n t he N otc h ;
D. C. Simpson. East Orsnga. Vt. H
FURNITURE REPAIRED Cut ths H. C. L.".
HOUSES TO RENT
TO RENT Small fl-room tenement, extra
room if desired. FH s mo. ; no one with
-msll children need spply; E. T. Mower. 7
Profiiect street. ' 9ItT
UPSTA IRS TENEMENT "TO RENT At
Merehent street : t rooms, bath, raa and
electric lights ; sll in rood condition ; In-
Ire at 24 Merchant street, tel. 1BB-W. Stf
TO RENT Tenement of 4 rooms at 140 So.
Scminsry street: newly painted and Pa
pered : inquire of Mr. Rosjie at house or G
A. Huntington. 0 First svenue, Montpelier.
telephone connection. V4tf
TO 'RENT Small tenement "st aiiNorth
Metn street: siso a a-roon tenement en
North Soreinsrv street ; O. D. Shurtleff, ?
North Msin street. T4tf
TO RENT Downtairs tenement of 15 rooms,
psntry and bsth. electric lights and large
garden, together with barn privileges : va
cant June 1R: situsted at 14 Clark street:
telephone K-R or inauire at 21-22 Howland
building. Flwin L. Scott. ' atf
TENEMENT TO RENT A downstairs ne-
ment with larve barn and t 're rardens
st l Berlin street : inquire Mrs. Eugenie
Granger. It Msnle Grove, or Miss Jeanete
Crsieer st Tildenjs Shoe Store. 7tf
TO RENT -room cottsee on Irene'' street,
newly repaired; call 895-33 ; F. H. Nichols
apply at 12 Berkley street. kit
FOR SALE Second-hand belting ; 2t feet sf
ll-inch leather belting and 30 feet of
11-inch cotton belting; J., VV. Itai-edt,
IMorthfle-lcl. Vt., R. F.I). 0t
FOR SALE An International hay loader
and side delivery nake. both ready to
hitch to and do your haying ; price right,
ean be seen on the premises, or write C. D.
DunharnWmiamstown Vt. i9t
FOR SALE On account of leaving tovrnl
henhouse, 8x10 ft, 14 hens, 1 rooster, 15
chicken weighing.!! lbs. apiece; 111 ducks,
7 weeks old ; good bargain, so come early :
apply4 Webster avenue after 4 o'clock. 87tf
FOR SALE A 4-burner Florence automat io
oil stove in good condition; price, 18.00;
Mia. Narramore, VVilliamst'jwh, Vt. 7t9
FOK SALE - Two cottagea at LukeGroton,
situated at head of the lake, with a nice
beach; lot has several hundred pine trees ef
years' growth ; cottages contain good took
stoves, dishes, bedding and other camp fur
niture : inquire of A. L. Hooper, Groton,
Vermont. gt .
JOR SALE A small quantity of grass;
price made satisfactory ; inquire Nellie J.
Ferrin, quarry road. 4tf
FACTORY plant at Hart wick, Vt, mill eon
struction, main building 40x240, engine
room 20x0. office building 20x80. storage
building 20x48, alongside railroad; plenty of
land ; 60 vacant tenements within half a
mile of plant; moat of machinery is sold;
Hardwick municipal plant furnishes cheap
electric power; write E. R. Fletcher, Wood-
bury, Vt gu'ft
FOR SALE Showcase, ice chest 48"x26T'x
72", ice chest 23"x42"x36" ; ButterKist pop
corn machine, empty wine barrels, counters,
tables 20'xS', sleiKh, wagon, clothes cabinets ;
1 only 600-gsl. wooden portable water tank;
window blinds, wheelbarrow, hotting ma
chine, hickory double wagon pole, pair of
snafu with axle attached, preserving Jars,
pints snd quarts, and jugs; teL 163-J :
Joseph Zanleoni. ?9tf
FOR SALE A very thriving monumental
business in town of Willows, Cal. ; county
seat snd oniy shop in county ; reason for
selling, poor health; W. H. Brown, box 626.
Willows. Calif 1 T7t28
FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning
granite and marble monuments ; brightens
up the lettering snd makes the whole monu
ment look clesn snd new : guaranteed ; prices
on spplk-stion : James Sullivan, 114 Park
street, Barre, Vt. lti
FOR S A LE B y " gaTTrTTblTTB LACK" DI A
MOND RUBBER ROOF FAINT; water,
weather, fire and sunproof: 800 lbs. to bbl. ;
I sm ready to paint or repair your roofs;
E. L. Densmore, 1 Pleasant street 12tt
ANYONE WISHING TO HIRE AN AUTO
MOBILE call Mrs. H. S. Miles, Mont-
pelirr road, tel. 217-X. 93tf
iOR SALE Cadillac 1-ton truck in good
condition; low price for quick sale; Wal
dron Shield & Co., Miles Granite building.
FOR SALE A Regal automobile ; price.
SITS ; address W. Peters. R. F. D. 2, esre
Thcmas Bsuder. Randolph. Vt. 2tS
FOR DALE Lata model Oakland roadster.
run 3.(00 miles, runs snd looks liks new ;
must be sold at once for cssh ; Box 642,
Wsterbury. Vt 2t8
FOR SALE Five-paasrnger 4-cyL Buick
touring car, model 81 ; E. A. Prindle,
FOR SALE New Ford sedan; all
tires : phone 664-J.
TO RENT Five-room tenement ith garden
at 4 Elmwood avenue; apply at same ed-
dress. , ... "tf
TO RENT Smell tenement at No. 17 Addi
son piece: flOlO per month.- Inquire rf
E. M. Whit 27JUp!nd svenite. tf
TO RENT Three-room tenement st 1 Wot
street hot snd cold wster. ess and eleMrte
liehts ; inquire of T.. I.. Smith. IT Wee
f-w t.i. 81S.Y. or Alex. McHaffle. l
19-W or S5S-M. tf !
TO RENT--Tenement 4 rooms. 111) a mo.:
Smith nlare. Maole avenue: Smith Bros.
TO" RENTJ-room tenement. 1st floor. The
Northern: sll modern; apply at 32U .-Moi-tri
Main street. 8"
TO RENT Tenement sT 2 Merchsnt street
slso 4 tenements on Wilier street, sll In
flrst-clsss shspe modern improvements :
Ceo. W. Msnn. 84 Wellington Lt ?tf
TENEMENT TO RENT in house st rear ef
Currier block, 198 No. Main street : inouire
of R. S. Currier after 7 p. m.. 20 Fspt
street Barre. "
FOR RENT -A good 7-room cottar eouse,
spring wster. hsth : Batrhelder street:
H. W. Scott. Bolster blork. 14tf
COTTAGE HOUSE TO RENT On Vine
street; G. L.. wooawonn. cesimen
W. A. John-Mt
h.ve vour furniture repsired and rewn
ished: slso buygMs snd sleighs painted: first,
clues werk : rsll st 218 So. Msin street tel.
jos-M : W. P. Durkee. . 7tl2
CFNF.RALAND LONG DISTANCE TRUCK-iCH .t 87 Jeron street
INii-Alo equipped to usse psnies , esii . ,"rtj One light evpress wagon ss-
WAKtEIY-S00 tobacco plant
stone. R. U. s, netnei. .
ii v-rrrt "to" LET Br the week
furnished rooms mar notei nsrre; iprij
to J. V. Roweo. -,
WANTED As soon ss possible, cottage of
abnut rooms, Wltn garuen ; iv
iik barn pn lege if possible ; Ira Robinson,
li Ea.tcm avenue.
WANTED "Privete lessons in shorthsnd :
write to M. csre i tm. rl" I
BOARD AND ROOM FURNISHED -To man
-,f. - wife to erive her sarvices in return:!
FOR SALE An Oldamobile (-cylinder T
psssenger, in good condition : Inquire J?
W. Sheridan, Granitevihr, Vt., 'phone 279-X.
AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Ford auto for"
sale ; also would carry passengers even
ings or Sundsys ; reasonable prices ; address
Charlts N. Scott, Grsniteville. Vt, tt
FOR SALE Pair black work horses; 4-yr..
old Morgan mare colt ; lu-yr.-oid driving
mare ; aUo a Ford car in good running or
der; want to buy atanding near city from
28 to 60 tons hsy, good mowing; Willism
Rock,17Fsrwell street. 8Stg
FOR SALE Pony, pony wagon and harT.
neas : also books for 1st year high school ;
Mrs. D. E. Magoon, 119 Washington street
FOR SALE Series 8. Frsnklin runabout or
1917 6-nassenger Jackson: both in good
I condition and square deals ,- A. C Eastman,
Woods tork. Vt 86U5"
DODGE TRUCK FOR SALEgcreen body":
hrst-clesa condition, good as new, 1919
model ; run sbout 1,000 miles. Fisher Farm.
Bethel. Vt Cltf
HORSES AND VEHICLES
HORSE FOR SALE Taken in exchangg for
Overland car. a good work horse, 8 yrs.
old ; weighs 1.200 lb,. : nquire H. F. Cutler
4 Son, tel. 760. 18 South Main street M
GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY Call 9-4 Wash
ington,Vtor address F A. Beede. T2t20
FOR SALE Three work horses, weighing
about 1.600 each; W. E. Nichols, tel.
FOR SALE Rubber-tired buggy wagon for
sale: inquire at 94 No. Main street, Mrs.
E. A. Wltham. ltf
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 TLACE
If You Need Accessories
REMEMBER COLTON S PLACE
VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
W. C. COLTON. Manager
84 State Street Montpelier, Vermorit
Many Sulky Rakes
at the present time sre only poor
imitations of thoss mad under eid
end expired paten La, containing no
We Want to Show You
IS North atsia i-tret
?v jrr to ile
rrst wsgon at once; H. K.
LAWN MOWERg SHARPENED Cslled for tel. I1-Y
and delivered ; phone 8S8-W ; Granite City w.VTr-r"Bv espshle' high school boy. po-
Tool C a" I ,n store; sddret "M." csre of Times
cfl-ce. . "
WANTED Pcaiition estimating. drafting
and general ocr wo-k in granite piant :
perience in both building and meeiumetital
rk: bet references; write J. A. C esre
LOST AND FOUND
rvTI,t tiurht between Csmeroo's store
.nd rt Bsrre. a tan norketbook contain- I
Ins aunt of money: Under pleas return to T
T-msofTce: eewsrd. StJ j . ,
LOST-Wtdseodsy sfternoon on state, road j .m-r, CTCiCK FOR S I E
... H.rr. aad Burlington, a light I,ln MWI J1
we'ght trpeoat of dark green mixture : finder 1 ST,rl.-ynn S LB Two Holsteia milking
plsaee notify Lewsi H. Bradley. 2 Avalon . - th, frrthrm the lst ef January,
road. Portland. Me. : reward. 9ixi I jjobitem hull 1 months old. I re sten-d
M-..,o hnll I year "a. 1 ArrsMre (T.r
..li . . nlii grwd cmes snd sll tuberculin
Knives, roenplet with hesd. gusrds. ser-
tKns and rivets, knifehead. wear pistes.
ehocs. In if a esps. Fltimss and sssth
boards. Pitman sores, straps. mts sm
springs sad snany otrer repairs foe ail kinds
of roomers including Jotin Dee nr. Mrtor
rr. irk. rieenng. Adnsnce-lirkeT Worcwter.
Pnrkne. Wood sod Osborne. We f ores-:
anr part for old or new tl wmi
not in stovk on sbrrt stice. frrecial S
count est quantity onsers.
Tel. M7-1J . w
FOR SAIE One reg Hoittem bull ea)f 9
mo. eld. sirrd by a 2-tb bull and out rf a
rood producing dsm : 1 psir ol Heavy wor
: E. A. Cutier. Barre. -tf
something different ia the finest
improved, up-todste hay rak in th
market. This rake has a
1 DOUBLY TRUSSED
FRAME that cannot ssg.
2. A HAND LEVER that
does not ehsngs position
when th foot dump is
8 RHVOLVINO STEEL
AXLE snd DUMPING
PEVICE that cannot get , ;
out of order.
4 A Dl'MPINO RAT
CHET. WITH FLANG
ES, that strengthens the
6. A REVERS IBLE
DUMP DOG of hsrdaned
steel tftst can b
changed to four different
positions and will last a
A CAM ACTION FOR
RELEASING the DOG
and dumping th rake
without shock, jar or
7. A TOOTH HEAD so
attached thst teeth keep
their place and rak
, elewn. even w hen roing
down th steer-wt hill,
a. THE TEETH are flat
tened and have chisel
points thst will not dig
HUB CAP which esn be
used eitlier right or left
Is a eresit esvinr.
1 WOOD WHEELS
with entra width tires
r th bsst we sver ssw
cm sny rake.
Tt all this sounds too good to he
trie come and see. We sre nM
tslking sbout a ra scenewhe-e
else but one right her, all ready
to hitrn to.
N. E. Tel. 144 Orange County Te!phe)
HAY HORSE FORKS
P D Track. Hsrrers. Fv.r Honks a"4
Pulit-vs. R'te for Horse r .jts -serrttnsT
io ensue haying easier.
Pvrm. Dry Arscns'e, Dry Arsenate "
B.rdra. P.u V Urol. tperiaJ dssrount co
tipu.iTFV rn MARSH-ALLEN CO.
Orange Cv Teterhi-.n N. C. Ici'itMe its tmtitva i'W' - -'" -- - '" -- .
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