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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MOXD AY, JULY 19,
1920.
ABOUT THE STATE
Happening of Interest from
Different Section.
Rutland and Northfield have at last
received ome road oil and are toying
the duit on their etreetg.
Charlea E. Crane, manager and edi
tor of the Middlebury Register, has
been forced again to give up- his work
on account of iir health. He has gone
to a sanatorium in Massachusetts for
a six weekijta.-
When the Community chautauqua af
fairs in Springfield were straightened
out, it "was found that the guarantors
are about $125 out of pocket, while the
chautauqua management realized a
profit of about $400. ; ' . ;
The board of village trustees in Ben
nington has placed the taboo on all
carnivals, wild west and 'trained ani
mal shows for the remainder of the
present season, business men and mer
chants of the town having protested
against the encouragement of such en
terpriser during the period of uncer
tainty of business conditions in the
community.
The game preserve of 1,000 acres
situated at the mouth of the Lamoille
river, will be enclosed within a few
days and posted, so that part of the
country will be shut off from sports
men to provide a refuge for game, par
ticularly ducks and pheasants. The
grounds are now thickly inhabited by
birds. The wood duck, which was
nearly extinct a Jew years ago, is com
ing back in the forest of the preserve
In large numbers.
Ben Thornton, an aged man, living in
Hardwick Center, who has been of an
unbalanced mind lately and only re
cently was put in charge of a guard-
' ian, about midnight Wednesday night
struck Forest Gilman, who is carrying
on his farm, over the head with a long
iron bolt as Gilman lay asleep. The
wound is quite serious, but Mr. Gilman
-will recover. Mrs. Gilman, who occu
pied the same room, had time to es-
1 cape with her small child and gave ihe
alarm. Action has since been taken to
place Mr. Thornton in the state hospital.
Mrs. Roa Ives, who spends her win
ters in Chicago and her summers at
her ancestral home in Bristol, has had
erected in the latter town a studio,
called Holley Hut, which is very novel,
in that it is built of slabs and resem
bles a typical log cabin. In the cen
ter of the living room is a birch tree
about eight inches in diameter, around
which is built a tiny circular stairway,
leading to a loft which seems to rest in
the branches "of the tree and is fitted
up as a sleeping apartment with a four
posted mahogany bed.
Two fine buck deer wereshot in the
open tone surrounding the Chapin and
Freeborn orchards in East Pittsford
laet week, Arthur Smith killing them
both. They were the first deer killed in
open rones for nearly a month, the
last one being shot in the eone about
the Strafford orchard in South Wal
lingford. A amall buck was killed
Thursday by Benjamin Long at his
farm in Danby. The deer, with several
others, had done considerable damage
to Mr. Long's oat crop. When he shot
the deer, there were six others in the
tame field.
Claude Tovani, a Xorth Adams,
Mass., young man, died at the hospi
tal in that city last week from wounds
received while he was hunting at
Howe's pond, Readsboro, where he had
been camping with two other younjf
men for a week. Spying a woodchuck
and wishing to save the pelt from be
ing spoiled by firing at it, Tovani at
tempted to kill the animal by club
bing it with the butt of the pun, which
was discharged and the shot penetrated
the hunter's abdomen. Several large
wounds were made and the man lived
but a few hours.
CIVIL WAR VETERAN DEAD.
Daniel Davis, Chester, a Merchant for
50 Year.
Chester, July 19 Daniel W. Davis,
7, died Friday morning while making
a fire in the kitchen stove at hi home,
heart failure being the cause. He was
born in Londonderry and rne of fit
ec-ns of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Davis, two
of whom are living. DeWitt snd D
Wesley, both of Chester.
. Mr. Dans' had followed the mer
ihant business for 50 years, which was
probably the oldest in the state, being
member of the firm of Adam & Da
vis Co. He had represented this town
it the legislature and had he!d other
prominent oftVes of tmst.
He a a member of Company D.
Hth Vt. infantry in the Civil war, and
aw hard ervice. During one of the
teiere battle he had his rap shot
from his head and when he iked it
up the buliet ws incde the rap.
which he ha always kept.
Mr. Davis was a charter member t4
Hugh Henry ft, G. A. R., past
commander and a prominent worker la
the post. He was the odet memher
of C!;e branch order. F. and A M..
sad bad heM all the frsnij! cffe
aed for 2. tear or aaore he hid he'd
the offre of treasurer.
When a rrmrg man and in h. ierk
"g day it a Both; t-w lura t li't
f Mrret of nrr rm the f!cr
iato a
L
Obstacle Race
Three Lines for 25c"
' The Time will publish Want. Lost and
Found, For Sals. To Let, etc. short adver-
i ... .. Ik. .... - linn for
twenty-five cent for the flrat Insertion and
ten cento (or each subsequent insertion.
FOR SALE80-sxre farm. 8 mile from R
R. nation on main road, i mils from
school and 2 churches, near neighbor, plen
ty of water by spring and large brook, nice
sugar bueh of about 880 trees, beside ether
lumber; for quick sale tl.SOO including
crop ; old on eay term ; apply to Geo. C.
Benjamin, P lain fl eld, Vt, - .103"
FOR " SALE 285" acre ; one of the beat
farm In Wah. Co., located mile from
R. R. station, churches, high school and one
of tha beat creamerie in the tate; large
It-story 12-room boine: barn 64x40, high
drive, deep bays, with basement ; nor barn
30x40 with basement, lightning rods, never
failing water at house and barn ; machine
mowing field, cut 100 ton of hay : 1,200
sugar tret, all equipped, lumber, and wo0"
enough to pay for place; large tock and
modern machinery;' for particular inquire
of . J. Dunn, Broadview Farm. B. D. 2.
Marehfieid. Vt. tf
FARMS FOR SALE
40-ACRE FARM in Marahfleld. mi. from
poatefllca on Cabot road ; location an of
'.he be.; large IH story house. 10 rooms,
all in fine shape; verandas both sides, tele
phone ana share of stock: 80-ft. barn with
basement, built 8 yr. ago; running water
la house and ham ; garage, henhouse and
toolhouse; building all painted; land lays
warm ; amooth, machine-mowing field, good
pastures, quite a quantity of timber and
wood ; a nice home for someone.
STATE POLIO CLINICS START.
Important Reports to Be Based on Re
sults Shown.
The annual mid-summer clinics of
the polimyelitis department of the
state board of health which were start
ed six years ago by Dr. Robert
W. Lovett of Boston, an expert on the
after-care of poliomyelitis, will liegin
to-day at Rutland. Dr. Lovett will not
be able to come to Vermont this sum
mer, but Dr. Frank Ober of Boston,
Dr. Lovett's chief associate, will at
tend the clinics and his knowledge and
skill will be at the disposal of all pa
tients. This will be the only visit that
Dr. Ober will make to Vermont this
summer. He was here last winter and
performed a number of operations
which were very successful.
Dr. Ober will lie assisted in these
clinics by Miss Bertha E. Weisbrod of
Burlington, who is in charge of the
work throughout Vermont; by Miss
Wilhelmina Wright of Boston, an as
sistant of Dr. Lovett; and by Miss
Marjorie Hickok of Burlington, assist
ant to Miss Weisbrod.
It is very much desired that all pa
tients who have ever attended a pre
vious clinic come to one of these mid
summer clinics this year, even though
they may have made a complete recov
ery and feel that they do not need fur
ther help, the special reason for this
being the necessity of finding out the
present condition of all of the pa
tients who have ever been to a pre
vious clinic in order to make an accur
ate report of the work. This report
will not only be of interest to the peo
ple of Vermont, but will also be of in
terest and benefit to the medical worl 1
at large, for Vermont is the first state
to give good scientific help to person
suffering from the effects of poliomye-lit-s.
The clinics will be held at the follow
ing places:
July 19 Rutland, Rutland City hos
pital, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
July 20 Rutland, Rutland City hos
pital, 0 a. ro. to 4 p. m.
July 21 Burlington, free dispensary,
0 a. m. to fi p. m.
July 22-St. Albans, St. Albans hos
pital, 12 m. to 5 p. m.
July 24. Barton, Odd Fellows' hall,
9 a. m. to 5 p. m,
July 2rt St. Johnsbury, Brightlook
hospital, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
July 27 Montpelier, Hcaton hospi
tal. 12:30 to 5 p. m.
July 2 Montpelier, neaton hospi
tal, 9 a. m. to ft p. m.
July 29 Barre, Barre City hospiul.
9 a. m. to 12 m.
Has a Rube Idea He'a Rubens.
Would-be-purchaser What do you
ask for this painting?
Artint The price of $10,000.
Would-be-purchaser Kh ! Why, man
alive, you eipect to be paid for your
work as if you had been dtad four or
five hundred years. Boston Transcript.
Many School Children are Sickly
Mother who value their irn comfort and
Ihe weifare of their children, should never be
w-thout a hox of Mother tray Sweet Pow
ders fro Children, for use throughout the
seasoi. They Break u Colds. Relieve fever
ishness. Constipation. Teething Disorders.
Headache and tomarh Trouble t'sed by
nwl-ei for over IS years. THESE POW.
FDR8 GIVE SATISFACTION. All Drug
Stores. Dees'l accept any swbstiust. Adv.
How Will Your Estate Settle?
First debts, then taxes, then admin
istration expenses to say nothing of
depreciation in value 'of securiti-s
must be considered. Life insurance
pays immediately and furnishes funds
to pay taxes and prevent depreciation.
Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. (Mu
tual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent,
Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt.
Safety Steering
Control
Saves Tires, Saves Nerves,
Saves Lifer Strong and
simple, you can install one
in 10 minutes with a
wrench, without disturb
ing any part of the Ford.
We will promptly refund
your money if you are not
satisfied after 30 days free
trial.
A. M. FLANDERS
20J No. Main St. Barre, Vt
PROFESSIONAL CARD
DRTEDWIN f. heininger
Rowland bldg. SURGEON DENTIST 'nos1t 'w
. FRANK M. LYNDE
DENTIST
CURRIER BUILDING, BAF, VT.
A Modern X-Ray Equipment
BAILEY'S MUSIC
ROOMS
HEADQUARTERS FOR
REIlAPt.E PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS,
VICTROI.AS. SONORA TALKING MA
CHINES. RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC
Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt.
HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S.
HOWLAND BUILDING
Specializing in Extracting and
Dental X-Ray Diagnosis
'Phone llt-M
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office In Room 8S, Miles Building ,
Telephone Connection .
nr-tn urtnuq. ttam in 1 2 m. snd t :10 ts
4 p.m. Monday. Tuesday. Thursdair and Friday i
DR. A. H. SMITH
Osteopathic Physician
2S KEITH AVENUE
Office Closed Tuesdays and Saturdays
' PIANO TUNING
B. ARTHUR REED
POX 15. MONTPELIER Leave ordera at
Baileys Musie Rooms. Barre. Tel. IS9-W.
PERRY & NOONAN
UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS
Hospital Ambulance Service
Undertakers and
Licensed Embalmers
Depot Square, Barre TeL connection, 4ii-W
U0-ACRE FARM I Marahfleld, 1H ml. from
poatoflVe : 2-story house in cood shape -,
food bit barn just recently built ever;
euqipped with litter carrier and horse fork ;
shed root and toolhouse, Isnre henhouse,
runninn water to house and barn ; Isnre ap
ple orchard, extra smooth nire-layinu fields :
plenty of pasturina, tha right kind ; esti
mated 100 M. ft. of lumber and lot of
wood ; this farm will run 15 row and team
and ran easily be made to do more; someone
ought to get interested tn this deal fluick
when they see it and find out the price.
These properties, both farms and vtllaare,
ana advertised to sell : also have mors.
A. R. COLE, Agent
Marahfleld, Vt. Tel. 12-2
ESTATE or FRANCESCO JANL'ZZO
SEE US
IN OUR NEW LOCATION
We are now ready to serve both old and
new customers with a high grade of Jewelry.
Repair work guaranteed-
O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler
24 ELM STREET
SOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN"
GAGE & GAGE
CHIROPRACTORS
Hours Daily : -10 a. m. except Tuesdays
and Thursdsys. 2-1 p. m.
Evenings : ( JO to . except Tuesdays and
Saturdays
RARRE. VERMONT
'Phone 62-W ! North Mam Street
MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES
East Barre, Wcbsterville. and Gfaniteville to Barre
Orange, Washington and Williamntown to Barre
Long distance trij'i ,
M. J WHITCOMR. East Rarre, Vermont
TELEPHONE i-W ,
13.00
7.00
20c per mil
State of Vermont, District of Washington, as.
The honorable probate court tor tne nis
trict of Washington, to all persons interest
ed in the relate of Francesco Januxso, late
of town of Barre, in said district deceased,
GREETING :
At a probate-court, holden at Montpelier.
within and for said district on the 17th day
of July, 1920, an instrument purporting
to be the last will and testament of Fran
cesco Janusto, late of town of Barre, in
said district, deceased, was presented to the
court aforesaid, for probate.
And it is ordered by said court that the
9th day of August. 19i0, at the probate oflice
in ssid Montpelier, be assigned for prov
ing aaid instrument ; and that notice there
of be given to all persons concerned, by
publishing this order three weeks successively
in the Barre Daily' Times, a newspaper
circulating in that vicinity, in said district,
previous to the time appointed.
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear before said court, at the time and
plsre aforeeaid. and contest the probate
said will, if you have cause.
Given under my hand at Montpelier, in
said district this 17th day of July. 1920.
FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge.
Julyl9-2-Aug2
ESTATE OF WHEELER J. BATCHELDER
State of Vermont, District of Washington, as.
The honorable probata court for the dis
trict s forces id. to ths heirs and all persons
interested in the estate of Wheeler J. Bat.
rheider. late of PlalnAeld. in said district,
deceased. .
GREETING:
WHEREAS, application hath been made to
this court tn writing, by the executor and
executrix, praying for license and author
ity to sell all of real estate of said de
ceased, te wit: Situated in the town of
Flauifield. in said district, representing to
aid court that it would be beneflcial to the
heirs and all penons interested in the
estate of said deceased, to sell aaid real
esfste 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 saute.
W HEREUPON, the said court appointed
and assumed the th day of August. 1920.
st the irabate office In Montpelier in ssid
district, to hear and deride upon said appli
cation and petition, and ordered public no
tice thereof to he given to all persons inter
ested therein, by publishing ssid order, to
gether with the time and place of hearing,
three weeks successively in the Barre Daily
Times, a newspaper which circulates in the
neighborhood of those persons interested in
said estate, all of wbirh .publications shall
be rrevimis to the day assigned for heering.
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear before said court, at the time an I
place assigned, then and there in said court
to make your objections to the granting of
such Ik-ense. if you see cause.
Given undr- my hand at Montpelier. tn
said district, thi 17th dsy of Julv. lC-'O.
FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge.
Ju!yl-26-Aug2
HOUSES FOR SALE
GRANITEVILLE PROPERTY FOR BALE
11. room house, bath, furnace heat, electric
light, hardwood floors and finish; Inuuirei
J. W. Sheridan, Granitevuie, -vfc, P"""'
FORT'S ALE Home place in town ofBerlin,
7 minutta' walk from carbarn : tTO-storjF
house, hot and cold water; barn and Va
si-res of land ; all in good condition ; a bar
gain for quiok sale ; reason for selling, leav.
ing town; Joe L. Bellemeur, R. D. 1, Mont
pelier., , . - , . ' .102t6
BECApgdK"lXLHEALtH I WJSH.TO
bELL SJ cheap houses, l.a bungalow in
lower Websterville opposite the echoolhouse,
the other a It-room cottage in East . Barre,
practically new, with a barn 20x29 with
roomy loft i enough room for a garden in
both places; easy terms; C. H. Davenport,
Barre, Vt, R. LV 1, residence, East
grXniteTlLepR
JOR TO RENT One 2-tenement house in
the heart of Oraniteville ; can easily be made
Into ,an 8-room cottage; also 1 threae tene
ment house for sale; all in good JP'":
prices reasonable, terms easy ; for further
particulars inquire J. W. Reason, P. O. Box
181. Granitevllle.yt 10U
JAMES STREET HOUSE of 7 rooms : hen
house laxkO ft. ; house to lighted by elec
tricity ; has 2 bay windows ; cellar cemented ;
plenty of fruit and good garden ; price
i!,000.00; this is a pleasantly located home
and convenient for granite workers ; D. A.
Parry Keel JisUte Agency. Barre. 99"
FOR SALE One of prettiest places in Cale
. donia county; situated in Groton within H
mile of 2 churches, poutoffice and high
school; nice row of maple trees in front of
house, making it nice and oool in summer ;
good buildings, 8-room house with bath, hot
and cold water, good barn, extra good hen
house, good spring of water, never fails ;
some fruit trees and S acres of land ; Eugene
E. Rcnf rmjmMrGroton, Vt y"4j
FOR SALE Six-room- cottage house at the
corner of Park and High street ; large
garden and 2 henhouse ; esuiy payment tf
desired; inquire at 30 Eastern avenue or
telephone 82-X. 9ti
BUSINESS BLOCK on Main street, Barre,
for sale; inquire at 172 North Main treet.
97tl2
FORSALE-roonT"irernhw on MonW
pelier road; piaixa, barn, henhouse.
acre land; reasonable; also 2-tetiement
house at 83 Merchant street and cottage
house on Washington street; Mrs. ",;
Milestel. 217-X.
FOR SALE Seven-room house and barn,
also large garden; B. Marriotti, CoT.
Howard and Pike strecU. 9ti
FOR SALE--A nice home in 6outh Barre;
10-room house, barn, henhouse and garden ;
house is heated by a Spencer steam heater,
which cannot be beaten, burns the cheap
buckwheat coal ; electric light in house and
barn; nice lawn with shade trees and shrub
bery; will sell at a big saerirtce; inquire of
W. L. Carr at Jones Bros. Co. or on prem
ises. , -tt
FOR'SaLE 7-room" cottage, a'.l modern ton-
veniences: barn, garage, I kits if desired;
nmnmr laauin cilv : J. Rlasi. S& Berlin
street. 6tf
FOR SALE trow bfock, flS SouthMin
street, contain 2 store, 2 tenement, also
building lots ; good renting property ; price
for immediate sale, J.t00 ; H. G. Boyce, 11
Academy street T .
"GREENLEIGH7"2()SSMaTn street." for
sale: the semi-bungalow residence of the
Inte W. F. Milne, built within S years : con
tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish
and floors throughout set tubs, cement cel
lar floor and steam heat; henhouse and 2 ex
tra lots go with the property ; apple tree,
berry bushea, etc., snd garden in good con
dition ; apply to Mm. W. F. Milne, tel.
429-M. .. 7t!
FOR SALE TwMtory. 2-tenement bouse.
with good barn snd cellar under house
and barn, all in good repair; each tenemert
has 6 rooms, electric light and bath ; plenty
of garden for both tenements; the barn
could, for a small amount of money, be
made into a ft-room tenement; this is good
property to buy for home er Investment ; sit
usted at 14 Clark street; price right; tele
phone iti-R or inquire at 21-22 Howlsnd
building; F.lwin L. Scott tit
MODERATE PRICED
HOMES
IIELPWANTED MALE
WANTED A Married Man io Work on ,
farm and drive team. Good pay and j
steady position for right msn. Can rent
tenement on farm. Apply E. S. Moulton, i
on H. M. Farnham farm.- Thone 48-Y, !
Montpelier l"6tt
WANTED Apprentice in a Bakery, one
who has had experience in Bread bak
ery preferred. The F. D. LaddCo. 106US
MACHINE STONE-POLISHER WANTED
at once. Write Hardwick Polishing Co.,
Hardwick.Vt 106t
WANTED WeTare desirous of securing a
general manager for our new company,
operating quarries, at babi'la and other
point" in Colorado. We need a man . ho
is qualified to assume charge of our quarries
and sawing and polishng mill, alao, who is
competent to assume erection of mills, and
exercise general control of office, sales and
draughting force. In other words a compe
tent general manager. Answer giving
wage desired, age, reference from last em
ployer, and general experience to The Co
lumbine Granite Company, 325 Common
wlth Building, Denver, Colorado. 105t2
. . .
WANTED
Reliable Men to
Manage Auto and
Accessory Stores
In Brattleboro. Bellows Falls and Mont
pelier, Vermont, for large corporation now
opening in all N. E. cities. 1000.00
cash deposit required and Al references.
Must be capable of taking full charge
of every detail. This is a real oppor
tunity for a live wire.
Address "H. G. T.," Times.
FIRST-CLASS MAN WANTED at Cutler's
Stable. 103tf
To close within the next few
days we are allowed to offer
these attractive.homes at much
less than their actual value.
Owned by non-residents.
NEW HOUSE AND BARN with . acre
of land, just outside the city on the East
Montpelier rosd. for only Il.6u0.00 ; the
owner built htis for a home and wemsi not
sell exeept that circumstances mske it neces
sary to leave the state ; the buildings t uld
not be erected for 18,000.00 to-dsy ; easy j
terms.
WANTED
UNSKILLED
PHYSICALLY KIT MEN FOR
INTERESTING WORK
O'N STEEL SHIP CONSTRUCTION,
TO EARN 15 PER HOUR
AND OVER AFTER
' A COUPLE OF WEEKS
INSTRUCTION CALL AT '
THE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
THE ATLANTIC CORPORATION.
PORTSMOUTH. N. H.
08tl8
WANTED" Aboy"aroi7nd16 years" old for
haying seaeon : N. E.Jel. 8)6-15L 101t
WANTED A" man or synod strong boy for
gincral farm work; no hand milking:
Alex. Farquhar, tel. 386-13 Barre. lOutf
WANTED AT ONCE-First-class bricklay
ers. 11.174 per hour; tenders 80c: 12
montii' work ; Louis A. Lafrance, Windsor.
Vt ; apply to Mr. Goulet Supt. 9tf
WANTED - Three first-class letter cutters:
one who can carve; also three granite
cutters; beat of wages; address C. Schlei
ters Sons. Freedom, I'a. 89tf
TEAMSTER W4NTED Also a few tons of
hay for sale; apply to N. M. Nelson, 20
Merchant street 7Hf
WANTED At Fletcher' quarry. Woodbury,
Vt ; open shop quarry from Mor. 1, 19-0 :
wanted now, 2 complete derrick crews ; I
have a general store and furnish goods to
men in my employ at wholesale price ;
house rent at 18.00 to $10.00 per month ;
purface quarry and good machinery; write
for more information and state your experi
ence in a granite or marble quarry ; will
hire a few apprentices: E. R. Fletcher
Woodbury. Vt. t
NEARLY NEW (-ROOM HOUSE and a
very large lot I Mi 150 ft: located about
7 or 8 minute from postomce ; this is a
well-constructed house and has been occu
pied by two families ; is a good trade at
ll,50.0O.
11.400.00 WITH 1500.00 DOWN secure
this desirable 8-room house with 4 large
Ints. on kynork avenue; good comfortable
; hern : spring water; a real home, handy to
, the stonesheds : you will want to look this
over : good chsnce to keep a cow and hens :
plenty of land for garden truck.
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SI. M. FARNHAM
Sales and Exchange Stables
96 Northfield St., Montpelier, Vt.
WILL HAVE A CARLOAD OF
LLINOIS HORSES
Go On Sale Saturday, July 17
These Horses are all weights, with some Rood
Matched Pairs and ell built Singles.
We sell or exchange. Every Horse we sell is
guaranteed to be as represented.
Auction Every Friday
If you have Horses ar anything inthe line of
Personal Property to sell, bring them in. Al
ways have a complete line of Single and Double
Harness, ?tc, in stock.
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE
ESTATE OP CURTIS A. MARTIN
The undersigned, hsving bee . appointed by
the honorable probate court fcr the district
at Washington. eotnmjs?iners, to receive,
examine, and adjust the claims and demands
of all persons against the estate of Curtis A.
Martin, late of Msrshfteld. in said district, de
ceased, and all claims exhibited in erftet
thereto, hereby give notice that w will meet
for the purpose aforesaid, at the residence
of the late Curt A. Msrtin. in the town
of Msrshfleid. in ssid district, on the lth
day of August and 14th dsy of tVcemSer
next from 1 o'clock p. m. until 4 o'clock
p. m , on each of ssid days, and that six
month from the lth dsy of June. A. D.
1920. is the time limited by ssid court for
said creditors to present their claims to us
for examination and allowance.
Dated at Marshfletd. tkys let day of July,
A. D. 1020
CH AS. P. PERRY.
WM. A. MOORE. Commissioner.
j JuJ12-l-2
I OWNER IS LEAVING TOWN and wishe
to sell t once: price only S1.IMI.00 with
j $ Kfift down : about S minutes' walk to post
rffire; convenient to the new mill: will
rent for enough to make an exceptionally
good investment: better look it up.
MAPLE t VENUE HOUSE for only
11,'oU.OO; a od trade; you can stop Jh
rent elsk by rurrhnjiing a home and by
looking any of the above over and you will
readily see Lhr prices are lower than you
can buy for within a few months.
! CLAIRVOYANTS
1 TH E"f, RE AT-GYPSY WITCHCelehrated
I fortune tailing crds by Msdam LeNor
' mand. $1.0 per pack, sent by mail prepaid:
! William Book Store, 533 Msin street.
Worcester. Mas. UUtlo
FURNISHED ROOMS
! f O RENT Two-room- tn F.aitmsn Hock.
I furnished er unfurnwhed, for light house
keeping ; inquire of G. L. Woodworth. r-ast-man
block. -
AGENTS WANTED
AGENTS AND CREW MANAGERS - Don't
accept a proposition until you get our par
ticular and samples. Money makers ad
drees The Berern I Elmira. N. Y.
MISCELLANEOUS
Of. VE rXL-A N I) LONG DISTANCE TRUCK"
ING Also equipped to take parties: esll
04-M
ADVERTISE YOUR
WANTS IN THE
TIMES AND GET
SURE RESULTS
THE 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 pood homes to offer for
pale at a bargain.
100-H - One is a 4-room cottage, eery
modem, nniehed in wood, mostly bardwond.
with electric light, bath, and furnace heat ;
nice eeliar, nice Iswn, with shsde tree,
some fruit trees; an extra large lot with
one of the best garden in the city : nice
barn, well finished, suitable for garage ee
te keew a team, with a basement under tne
4am : the bouse sets on an elevation where
it affords a splend-d view of the city ; we
can sell at a surprisingly low price, eoa
s.denng the condition of the place.
.HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED- WaitrraVs. Exp.ri nee not
necessary. Apply to Heed v. alter, Waum
bck Hotel, Jefferson, N. H. 106U
WANTED Kitchen womsn at once." Steady
job and good pay. Hotel Parre. 10M3
WANTED A apableVirl for general house
work ; permanent position : Mrs. E. K.
Bates, 95 College street, Montpelier. XU
104tf
WANTED AT" ONCE Competent girl or
woman to keep the books of the Gulf Road
Co-operative Dairy Co., one with knowledge
of stenography end bookkeeping preferred ;
M. E. Earney, Randolph Center. Vt. lOte
WANTED Ana'U-riund " cook ; tel. 40H-W.
(Vntrsl Cafe. lOltf
WANTED-A girl for general housework.
fsmily of S adults. 110 a week, no wash
ings ; inquire of Mrs. H. C. Newell, St.
Johnbury.V't. 10017
WANTED-All-round cook for small sum
mer inn : apply to William M. Gale, Lake
Morey. I'airlee. Vt. 7tf
WANTED Girl for general housework, one
over preferred ; telephone Montpelier
tt. tl
HIRED GIRL" WANTED for general house
work in a family of S : no children : good
wage; permanent position; Mrs. H. W.
Kemp. SO School street, Montpelier. 7tl
T.i.LE GIRL" WANTED-At Jack's Rcs
tsrrant. Dput square. 91tf
EFFICIENT COOK, waitresses and kitchen
women wanted at once at Miller's Inn,
Montpelier. 75tf
Pt PILS Nt'RSKS WANTED YouniT women
to train as nurses at Barre City Hospital,
Psrre. IMr
WNTED Pupil nures snd attendants at
the Taunton State Hospital : waeea. ia5.n0
per monh with mainensnce; for particulars
ddree Dr. Arthur V. Go. fiupt.. Taunton
Stat Hospital. Taunton, Mass. ;4tf
4 rt . f. A 2-tenement house with a large
plot of land with garden and playground.
shade trees, up ia very gond shape, with a
barn ; the party is leaving 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,
apply to
J. J. DASHNER .
Real Estate Agent
; fWGHT IN ANY ONDITIrijS H etusrt
; erww for od ge-d. s iver ad p'stiasrs ;
' mail Airmai loexh I -, V W asaieg
W street. Baste. era Filewe , I sstai Ne U
WANTED TO BUY
."ANTED TO-PU Y " A Ricker wT k
I. "Hsrris. Nnrthfteld. Vt- 1o
WILL PAY CAPH for yir Remington.
V inrwtr or Savage ne. if hi arord
condition ; G. A. Moms, lit No. Maia street
lOtte
WANTED TO BUY STANDING HAY ; te
4-M- lf
WANTED tfi eft- A hay rack. 12 te 14
ft. o: tei. tii-H. , tf
CASK FKIi FS PAID for rsr. rather, sne.
kL a r .'. ". r-se, a stns'-v;
t kos 4. .-K. ban Gonid. 11 Prot s--et j
i .
WANTED TO m-T-s4-l4 tsraitn-,
took aad m . inctrre O dan its. ii e
asil street. teL 7i M- u
FOR SALE
ICE BUSINESS KOR SALE My ioe busi
nes including pond and flowaga rights,
ice house, tools and necessary equipment,
offered for immediate sale. The ice ha
pastd the state tent for purity. The loca
tiun is ideal and there is no other ica
busrnrss in town. Mrs. W. A. Plastridge,
Northfield. Vt. 10513
PARLOR WOOD STOVE and chunk itov
for sale; Morrison, tt Laurel street, tel.
168-R. l!t'
KOR SALE A Cottage Crawford kitchen
range with ga attachment; Wm. Milne.
27 Patterson street. J ljWtf
FOR SALE Small printing business; is
large press., S hand presses, plates, types,
etc. ; address National Memorial Co., North-
field,Vt. !u!
SIX OR SEVEN TONS OK STANDING
HAY for ssle at Cutler Corner; 4 Cliff
street, tel. 144-J. I03tf
SWEET PEA BLOSSOMS Mixed or rep- .
arate colors 1 Booth, Cherry street, tel.
67-Y. 101t
FOR SALE One-half horse power Emerson
motor ; inquiraat 62 Brook street- 7tf
FOR SALE 150 cords of "pulp wood, mostly
spruce; 162,000 ft. of softwood and hard
wood lumber ; will sell standing ; address
Frank Plumley, Northfield, Vt., or Carl E.
Bowman, R. D. , Randolph, Vt.
FOR SALE--One good Gienwood cabinet
stove with hot water front; 47 Patterson
street; 'phone H36-J. . 96tf
FOR S A LE Two cottage atLake Groton;
situated at head of the lake, with a nice '
beach ; lot has several hundred pin trees of
8 years' growth; cottages contain good cook
ttoves, dishes, bedding and other camp fur
niture : inquire of A. L. Hooper. Groton,
Vermont. (6if
FACTORYpi;nf tHart"
struction. main building 40xH40, engine
room 20x64, office building 20x30, storage
building 20xt8, alongside railroad; plenlv of
land ; 60 vacant tenements within half a
mile of plant ; most of machinery is sold i ,
Hardwick municipal plant furnishes cheap'
electric power; write E. R. Fletcher, Wood
bury Vt- . 82t2
FOR SALE- "A preparation for cleaning
granite and marble monuments ; brightens
up the lettering and makes the whole monu
ment look clean and new ; guaranteed ; Prise
on application ; James Sullivan, 114 Park
street, Barre, Vt 18tf .
FOR SALE By gaTToWBTXt5k DIA
MOND, RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water,,
weather, ifl re and sunproof: 800 ths. to bbl. s
I am ready to paint or repair your roofs ;
E. L. Densmore, 1 Pleasant street. I2tf
HOUSES TO RENT
TO-RFNT Desirable upstairs tenement at
If Seminary street ; address replies to
"E.," cre Times. liStf
TO RENT - - A nice warm upstairs tenement
of 6 rooms : all modem Improvement, in
cluding g"s str-ve, at 2S Maple avenue: in
quire of Mrs. Canton, downstair. 102tf
TENEMENT-TO RENT Injoreof Mrs.
James Ahem. tel. 24&-W, 41 Eut strf
tf
TO RENT I'raUlrs tern-mot of It rooms
and woodshe); electric light and ga : at
17 phert street, inquire downstair. fStf
TO RENT-5-room downstair tenement at
M Manle avenue: also S-room itpetairs ten
ement a 4 Summer street : both with bath,
elevtric lights and ess ; Inquire at 22 Church
street, or tel. 61T-M. tf
TO RFTVT Smsll tenement at Ml" North
Msin street : alo a f-ro-n tenement en
North Seminars street ; O. D. ShurtleiT, ?
North Vain street. T4tf
TO RFNT- Downtaira tenement of a rooms
pantry and ksth. electric lieht and large
garden, together with Kim privilege : va
esnt June 1: situated at 14 Clerk strep
telephone -R re inmiire at 21-12 Howlsed
building. Flwin t. Scott. gstf
TENEMENT TO RFNT A downstairs fenel
mnt ii larve barn snd ? '-ewe rard-ns
t Berlin street inquire r"tieenie
Granger. 1A Atecle G-nv. e,r Mis Jeane'te
Greneer st Tllden's Shoe Store 7tf
TO FrVT--rII c"l' "1 t nc rtrc j
newly repaired ; call J9S-S1 : F H. Nichols j
Vi
TO Rfy - Five-room tenement with earde" J
at s4 Flmwond avenue; apply at same -
dress. atf J
TO RFNT "-Small tenement et No IT AMI- i
snn r-Ss : fme,s p--r frionth ; inquire e
f V Wnlt. ?7 fnlsnd sven-e. rf :
TO P.FNT TV''ee riw.m tenemert at 1 West J
street ot snd r!d wster. ens and elertrie !
lights inqui"" of Ft. I. Sm'h t" West '
tr-ei el ta-Y. or Alex Mtlle. I
laa-W or '-M 6tf
TO RFVT -Terenent 4 awa. t'n a tno :
Snuth r'ce. Msple avenue; Smih rr
4t
T RFNT-H-rr tenement tt r
Ven Hem : a'l modern : spply at ; J'
Wain street. 'f
TO RFNT-Teneenent st ? Meert-set sreet j
also 4 tenement on Wi'tey street, all tn j
a shape: ew..lei n tmrnrn-enw m : j
C.en. W Mann. M We'linrton fnrt t.'rt )
FOR RFNT A Vvl 7-r"i wuse .owe. J
spring water, bath- tstchelder ste :
H. W. Scwtt. H'er r'or. JtT
COTTAr.F f'Ofr TO RFNT - On "Vine
p. G. L Wnodevw-th. Faaifnan H-k
rtf
AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE $R00 Uke thi "ar. Wil l's
6-passenger Overland. 85 R. Mxltl big
four, recently overhauled, four new tr.
rear arc cords, two pare on rims, two
set weed chain, new battery, extra iner
tube. paint in excellent condition. Run
5. WOO miles. Must sell a I have two cars.
This is a bargain. (Demonstration.) Call
20 Tremont street. 10613
USED CAR FOR SALE A "Cole"; running
order; apply at Palace Garage, Barre. 102tf
FOR DFO R M-A-TR L'C K FOR SALE FifsU
class condition ; G. F. McAllister Co..
Williamstown : 101t
FOR SALE-1916 7-psssenger 8-c'ylinder Cad
iliac, newly painted, new top, 4 new tires j
R. Paul Eske. Bethel, Vt.
AUTOMOBILE LIVER YArrnge tri'ps "
oiling Mrs. H. S. Mile. Montpeler road.
tel. 217-X. , 3tJ
AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Ford autofor
le ; lso would csrry passengers evn
ings or Sundays: reasonable prices: address
Charles N. Scott, Oraniteville, Vt, Tel.
227-5. j Mtf
DODGE TRUCK FOR SALE Screen "body;
nrst-elsM condition, good a new, 1919
model ; run about 8,000 mile. Fisher Farm.
Bethel, Vt. iltf
LIVE STOCK FO R S ALE
FOR SALE Some nice cows: also some
colts.: Charle Cheney, South Barre. 10H8
FOR SAI.E One yoke of oxen, weight about
l.noo lbs. ; for further particular call
283-W, Montpelier. Vt. 190tl2
horsesid"vehicles.
FOR SALE HOSE WAGON two horse.
reel, wagon body could be substituted,
American La France make, lamps, bar, axe,
etc. Elegantly painted, nickel trimmed,
strongly built, would cost $1,600 new. Price
1 2 VI.
WAGONETTE Studebaker, seat 17 adult,
canopy top, ' suitable far schools or Inn,
good order, well painted. Price 1100.
MOUNTAIN WAGON Four-horse. has
been in actual use on Yosemit routes, thor
ough brace hung, just the thing for a Moun
tain house. Price 1200.
MOUNTAIN WAGON Two-horse, hung
on springs, otherwise same a above,
price 1100.
E. F. Gebhardt. Shelburne. VL
FOR SALE Bay Mare. 1100 lb. George
Halvosa. UpperCmp street. f?t!
FOR SALE Rubber-tired buggy wagon for,
sale: inquire at 94 No. Ilain street. Mrs.
E. A. Withsm. v '
CORD TIRES; FABRIC TIRES
All sixes in stork all the time
From 28x3 to 37x5
We pot them on for you. When .'
in need of Tire or Accessories,
just remember
COLTON'S PLACE
84 State Street
Montpelier. Vermont
Surreys and Express Wagons
Open Buggies, Top Buggies
One-Horse and Two-Horse
Lilley Style Wagons
If you need anything in Wagon
and Harness, just remember
COLTON'S PLACE.
M 8tt Stmt
MontpuHMrT, Vermont
OIL ADVANCES AUG. 1
Better buy a barrel or half-barrel
before that date.
Heavy or Medium
65c a gallon by the barrel
68c a gallon by the half-barrel
COLTON'S PLACE
M State Street
Mntpe!ir. Vrmnt
Spraying Materials .
that discourage blight and hugs. Blue Vitriol,
extra Ant, large clear erystels. special prve
on large quantities. High grade Powdered
Arsenate. Pyrox.
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co, Telephone
REPAIRS
FOR AI L PORTS AND CONDITIONS OF
HAYING TOOLS- PROMPT
SERVICE
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. E. Telephone 140 Orange C. Telephone)
MALE AND FEMALE HELP
CLERKS, imen, wocneni 1 upward, for
Postal Mall Service. I1SK month. Ex
amination July-Auamt. Evpeneno. un
nreewsary For free, particulars, write R.
.crrry i former Civil cVrviee Examiner' 1
Continental Bldg.. Washington. !".
WANTED -Mn or woman who can taia
both English and Italian, to demonstrate:
apply to Mr. V crater at North Ma'n
street. Barre. L"4'!
WANTED Man or woman to learn com-
merrial studio work : a g.Mid chance for ad
vancement for aa ambiuous person with a
liuie experience in this line; Ihe Trmip
Mudio. .
HELP WANTED-Young men and women a
take nnsiticns as attendsnts at the Ver
mont State Hmpital for the Insane at Wa
tcrberv ; to thc.e who de,re. an opportunity
oflervd to at'ecd rur' training eourae:
apply at Hospital. Wsterbury. Vt- llff
' LOST AND FOUND
LO?T At emtval T--. it a P ack
Feiri if retwned to 14 ttw) c-t . T
:- j
LOST Te tw-!v t- A
nmM froen 5i'tk A C'imr."S sto
nm-n nehed r rvsir-a it t-
4V-
V,rc
sie ard a4
WANTED
V.N1FD-T er thr mm fw lurht
Nueekcrpins. Address "V. G" Times
Ofe. lt!
ANTLD TO RENT"- or 7-rmn eHtag in
drsirsbie krathia near sclwwt about r p-
I S L Rugl. City Engr. losif
ANTKD-CajN waets t-wtiwi
rlmng howewors . answer ' G . ' care Time.
o e. I"'-'
VlAVHD P eme.l fsm-.y a cottage er
bwrrer.t m a nice .v-atK. any time new
a-4 Blilil Aug li: write to ' J, ' caie Trr-m
cce . 1
, S.NTTD 7 - wfpenii with wwpertah'e
,,in. lade with r -4 and a nw t
dr"'tn ho wou'a cr.oer aa o"ee n
r, -rie f --i a rw -e rn t4 giod hah '
n a strmnrvr in frsrre . o-erfrius sd
a l iette-s rvt.re-d . T. O- -. Bs .
Vl li,
FtRN.'SHlD R'OMS ANTED foe I 1
iMPiseiee-ri-JT T " l"Ue. iim
C ' ce-e 7 e-e l.t
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