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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BAKKE, VT THURSDAY, JULY. V 22, 192C.,
ABOUT THE STATE
Happening of Intwttt from
DlfirBt Section!.
j The 100th anniversary of the organi
f ration of the First Congregational
churi'h in Kast Berkshire was cele
i: bra ted July 15.
( At "Coiycroft," Bradford, from a
)' patch of ground seven roda less than
i one-fourth acre, H. F. Bartlett, the
'Z owner, has sold this season 70 bushels,
iE3 quarts of strawberries.
h
f The Co-operative Creamery company,
k !ne., has secured an option on the prop
erty of E. S. Devine in Northfield, in
. eluding the side track, at $5,000, and
(lans have been drawn for a building
o cost $17,000.
State's Attorney A. B. Rowley of
tJRichford has announced that he will
;'ot be a candidate for re-election, but
will support M. H. Alexander of St.
ilAlbans, who has made known his can
didacy for the office.
' The bod of Leslie Hunter, 24, ex
lieutenant "in the -U. S. cavalry, -who
was drowned in Lake Bomoseen Sun
day, had not been located up to Mon
day night. The drowning occurred
ybere the water is particularly deep.
4 A horse belonging to W. H. Worth
In waa killed on the St. Johnsbury
Center road Saturday night by a West
!Burke automobile. The horse was
'feeding by the roadside and the driver
tf the car waa blinded by the lights of
another approaching car and did not
ee the animal until too late to stop
Jiis machine. -
Linus Leavens, commissioner of fish
nd game, is investigating in different
art of the state places for the propa
gation of trout by the formation of
brooding ponds, the purpose being to
'use the eggs of wild trout instead of
those hatched from the hatcheries. It
Waa with this purpose in view that he
Conferred yesterday .with Nelson Bai
ley of Wells River and A. H. Dinsmoro
of St. Johnsbury on the matter. When
the investigation ia completed the des
ignation of some of the brooding ponds
will be made.
Ol' John 3. Thrift, Sr.
Kan., haa been spending a few days in
town, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George
Davis. '(
Miss Agnes Flood Is having a week's
vacation from her duties as monotype
operator in The News office, and nas
gone to Brattleboro to visit at the
home of her brother.
Miss Emma Sayah of Orange is
spending a week's vacation with rela
tives and friends here and in North
field Falls.
The Dutch Have a Saying ,
"If you do not teach Johnny, you can
not teach John." We advise parents to
atart endowment insurance for their
boys as a means of practical thrift,
savings and conservation. We insure
boys at twelve and above. National
Life Ins. Co. (Mutual) S, 8. Ballard,
general agent, Rialto block, Montpelier,
Vt.
FARMS FOR SALE
FOR SALE 80-scre farm, 8 miteTfrorn R,
r, . 1 1 .' 1 mm
. nation on main mu, vy in,. ,w...
school and 2 churches, near neighbor, plen
ty of water by spring and largo brook, nice
sugar bush of about 360 tree, beside other
lumber; for quick sale 11,500 including
crop i sold on easy term ; apply to Geo. C.
Ben js min. Plainftcld. Vt- 10'
WATERBURY-WAITSFIELD ASS0.
' Four veterans of the Soldiers' homo
at Bennington were robbed of their
money Saturday night, one man hav
Jig $90 in his pockets when he went to
feed, another $40 and the other two
jsmaller amounts, all of which were
.missing in the morning. Missing also
in the morning were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Garrison, who went to the
home Thursday noon, the former to
become a nurse at the institution. They
answered an advertisement for help
over the telephone and came to Ben
nington from roultney. One of the vet
erans, being unable to sleep, was sit
ting in the smoking room and says
he saw Mr. and Mrs. Garrison leave
the building at 1:30 a. m., carrying
their hand baggage. They have not
been seen since and their'disappearance
-throws suspicion upon them.
WITH COMPANY 40 YEARS.
IT G. Williamt Resign Position with
Vt. Farm Machine Corporation.
Bellows Falls, July 22. Nathan G.
Williams, president, treasurer and gen
eral manager of the Vermont Farm
Machine corporation, resigned his po
sition last week after over 40 years of
Service. Mr. William wa born in
pomfret. Conn., later he lived in Prov
idence, R. L, for a few years. Bo
fore coming to Bellows Falls he spent
s few years out West. In March,
1877, Mr. Williams moved to Bellows
Falls to accept a position with the
Vermont Farm Machine corporation.
' Later he was made president, treasur
er and general manager.
At the time Mr. Williams become
connected with the Vermont Farm Ma
chine corporation, it was in its earli
est stage of development. From that
time the company has made rapid ad
vancement. In 1906 he was elected
Judge advocate general by the lrgiela
ure of Vermont.
HOTEL GUESTS FINED.
five Boarder at Lake Bomoseea He
tel Fished Without License.
.Rutland, July 22. Six summer
hoarders at Lake Bomoseen hotels, in
cluding five non-residents from states
which require licenses for angling were
tired $25 and costs each by Municipal
Judge George M. Goddard this week,
the magistrate making a trip to Fair
Haven to accommodate the respond
ents. Those who paid the penalty were
J. Gerdts and A. E. Xeilson of Brook
lyn v. .T. J. KaurTman of Cincin
nati, O.. Jules Judrl of New York.
Harold Saunders of tastirton and u
liam Hardv of Fast Orange, N. J.
Judge Goddard remitted $15 of the
fine in each case.
KVnnte Uirdon Harrv A. Mattison
ha received a number of complaints
tait hotel guests were nsntng witnoui
licenses, notwithstanding the fact that
every hostelry and hoarding house on
the lake is iurninea wun manic n
censes, signed by the town clerk, in or
jr that inrrLra rominff from a dis
tance may not have to travel to the
lrk'a nffir-e Sunn's T. osrtv of war
dens encircled the lake by boat and
found the m offenders.
NEW BUILDING AT NORWICH.
Brick Riding Hall to Be Erected Cor-
nerstone Laid.
The cornerstone of the new briik
rulinc hall at Norwich university,
Northfield. waa laid Tuesday in the
presence of oflirials and friends of the
institution. The ceremony, which took
place, was of a verv informal charao
ter, brief remarks being made by the
president. ITiarles A. J lumley, and
Dean II. K. Robert.
This building is 200 feet long and 75
feet wide, and is a memorial to Lieu
tenant Moses Taylor, jr., who wa
killed in action in France, and it will
be ready for oocupanry by the openinj
of the college year. It is t he nwd
for instruction in horsemanship and
equitation by the cavalry unit at Nor
wich university. This buiKline is lo
cated j"t north of the nra brick cav
alry staMe which aa erected lat year
ami which act-ornnwdates one hundred
lres.
; The increased enrollment last year
nt the jmpev-ts for the coming year
frake it imperative for the erect mo f
science hall aad alo fr another har
ravka to emmmodat ot or 200 ad
dAioeal etndenta.
M. H. Moody, Waterbury, Own Cow
Which Produced Greatest Amount
of Fat During Month.
During the month ending June 20,
455 cows were tested in ftre associa
tion and of this number 33 were
"quality" cows. A few unprofitable
cows were sold, several members pur
chased purebred stock of different
breeds and one herd entered the asso
ciation during the month.
M. H. Moody of Waterburr has a
three-vear-old cow producing the
greatest amount of fat during the
month. His registered Guernsey cow,
Nannette's Daughter of Sevens Elmo
farm, produced 68.5 pounds of fat.
The largest amount ot milk was pro
duced bv the registered Holstein cow,
Rag Apple Helen, owned Dy tne ver-s
mont state hospital. ne proaucea i,-
6!)3 pounds of milk and 55.9 pounds of
fat during the month.
The following tables gives the names
and records of the cow in the associa
tion which have produced more than 40
pounds of butterfat or 1,000 pounds of
milk during the period of 30 days end
ing June 20, 1920:
Owner Hreed Lbs. LDs.Dt-
of cow of cow. milk t'rf't.
S. H. Strong ....Gd. S. 1.138 4a.7
W. C. Norcross.Gd.Jer. 811 42.2
W. C. Norcross.Gd.Jer. 04H 52.7
W. C. Norcross.Gd.Jer. 744 41.7
M. H. Moody... R. G. 070 42.7
M. H. Moody... K.-O. '912 51.1
M. H. Moody... R. G. 1,311 43.8
M. H. Moodv...R. G. 1,147 50.5
M H. Moody... R. G. 1,125 58.5
W. J. Graves. ..Gd.Jer. 70.1 4.1.H
S. W. Guptil. . .Gd. H. ' 1.16.V 35.0
S. W. Guptil. ..Gd. H. 1.005 48.2
S. W. Guptil... O.- II. 1.013 34 4
Mrs. Wesson . . Keg. It. 1,013 od.t.
Mrs. Wesson... G. H. 1.0fi7 32.0
Mrs. Wasson...R. H. 1,013 31.4
0. Wood & Son.G.Jer. 741 41.5
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1,083 37.H
Vt. state horp'I.R. H. 1.055 31.7
Vt; state hosp'I.R. H. 1.028 32.9
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1.052 32.8
Vt. state hoxp'l.R. H. 1,037 33.2
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1,022 35 8
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1.0B7 33.1
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1.008 35.1
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1.037 38.3
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1.104 37.5
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1.693 55.9
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1.159 34 8
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1.128 .13-8
Vt. state hosp'I.R. H. 1.418 44.0
Vt. state hoepl.R. H. 1,220 40 3
Woman Worker Caught By Hair.
Miss Gladys Stoodley of Chester, an
emplove of the Denton Smith corpora
tion "shop at Putney, was injured
badly while at her work Tuesday.
While operating a wood turning lathe
her hair caught on a shafting and wa
wound up by it. Some of the hair was
pulled out "and the young woman's
scalp was loosened. She is in bed, at
tended by Dr. I H. Bugbee, at her
boarding place, Fred Fuller's, in Fut
nev. Mr. Smith heard Miss Stoodley
cries, but thought at first that the out
criaa were by hovs who were bathing
In a nearby "brooV. He finally located
the source'and then went to another
part of the building and shut off the
power.
Says His Prescription
NORTHFIELD
Mrs. Allan Judd of Des Moines, la.,
is spending some time in town with
her sister, Mrs. Sarah Cushman. Mr.
Judd's' daughter, Miss Myra, who ac
companied her mother here, has re
turned to Florida.
Mr. and Mr. Karl Ellis of Hartford,
Conn., who have been visiting friends
in town have gone to Barre, to spend a
short time with relatives, before re
turning to Hartford.
Mrs. Amy Bruidnell, who has been
spending several weiks in town, the
guest of her sifter. Miss Sarah Bruid
nell, has returned to Cleveland, O. Her
daughter, Miss Wilhelmina, will re
main here until she returns to St. Al
bans, to resume her duties in th.- con
vent in that city.
Mrs. F. N. -Whitney was called to
I'niversity Place, Neb., last week by
the sudden death of Miss Abbie Burns.
Miss Burns had frequently spent her
summers in Northfield with Mrs. Whit
ney. Mrs. K. S. Devine and daughter, Miss
Nellie, have returned from De Kalb,
III., where they have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Johnson. Mrs. John
son is a daughter of Mrs. Devine.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Bullock and chil
dren of Springfield, Mass., are spend
ing the week in town, guest of Mr.
Bullock's sister, Mr. H. W. Hardin.
Mr. and Mrs. John Plastridge and
children of Fitchbnrg, Mass., are vis
itisig at he home of his mother, Mrs.
Ida Plastridge, on Vine street.
Mrs. lne Grant has purchased Mrs.
Hattie Rlcbmond'a property on the
corner of South and Main streets. Mr.
Grant and family recently moved here
from Newbury and are already occupy,
ing the Richmond house.
Mrs. James Robinson of St. Johns
bury is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kath
erine Garvey.
Ned C. Ray has purchased the Batch
elder house on Central street of R. M.
Batchelder, possession to be givn Aug-
QUIT TOBACCO
So easy to drop Cigarette,
Cigar, or Chewing habit
ut first. Colonel and Mrs. Frank
Tompkins are occupying the house
now.
Lieutenant and Mr. Philip Whit
ney were it town last week, having
returned from their wedding trip, and
spent a few days with Mr. Whitney'
parent. Mr. and Mr. Levi Cross. They
have gone to Canaan, N. H., to spend
a short time.
Captain and Mrs. Edwards, who are
at Fort Ethan Allen during the R. O.
T. C. camp, were in town recently.
Coptain Edwards ha recently been
promoted to lieutenant colonel of the
cavalry. He eipecta to remain on duty
at Norwich university the eoming year
Mrs. John Slattery and son of San
tiago, Cal., are in town for the summer,
guest at th home of her mother,
Mrs. Mary Doyle.
Misa Lena Wood ia enjoying a two
weeks' vacation from her work in the
Northfield Saving bank, and is spend
ing the time with relatives and friend
in Boston and vicinity.
Henry Garvey of the merehsnt ma
rines is at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Katherine Garvey, on a furlough.
Mr. Garvey ha been with the marine
ever inc leaving Northfield, eight
years ago.
Misses Mae Herlihy of New Haven,
Conn., and Agne Herlihy of Nitro, W.
Va., who are at their home ia town,
visited in Montpelier last week, the
guests of Mr. and Mr. James Ewiog.
They also visited in Barre and Bur
linaton. ' Mrs. John Betraor of Wheeling,
Iil., Mrs. Joseph Cass id y and John
Aiken of Chicago, are spending a few
weeks in town, guests of their brother,
James Aiken.
Mrs. George E. Booth of Onega,
Woman SickTwoYears
Tells How She Got Well
Mia G. I. Baird of SO Glenvllle eve., All
ton. Max., writes: "I have been efck al
most two yean, had foor doctors with little
or no relief. I was Browing thin every day,
went from 188 to 111. I was so duicour.
aaed I didn't know what to do. One nitcht,
about three weks aco, I picked up a PPr
and ww rour Dr. Trues Elixir, Family
Laxattv and Worm ExpHler advertised. I
mad up my mind I had - worm", and the
naxt day bought a small bottle of Dr. True'.
Elixir. I wa surprised at the result, stom
ach worma aom a finger lonr, so much
Urn, that looked as though it was just
tha skin of worms. The day before I took
Dr. True'a Elixir I thought I should go wild
with the crawling in my stomach. 1 feel
tike a new person, all my friends er I
look so much better. I wouldn't have be
Heved anjone could fed so much better in
such a short time. I can't give your medi
etas praiee enough.
Signs ot worms I intensive Dream, swonen
unoer lio. sour stomach, deranged stomach.
ocaaional griping and pains about the nav
al, pale face of leaden tint, eyes heavy and
dull, twitching eyelids, itching ,df the noe.
itching of the rectum, short dry cough, grind
ing of the teeth, red rxnnU on the tongue.
.riinv rfiirintf aleen. Blow fever. Dr.
Truee Elixir, The Family L,axanv ana
Worm Expeller, is old by ALL DEALERS.
Adv.
Has Powerful Influence
Over Rheumatism
Mr. Jamea H. Allen aurTered for years
with rbemnatiam. Many times th ter
rible diaruM left him help lea. and unable
to work. .
He finally derided, after years of "
leu. study, that no one ran he free from
rheumatvm until the accumulated tmpurt
Ik. commonly railed nr rd aVpoeiu.
were diened in the joint, and muacles
and expelled from the br-dy.
With thia idea in mind ha consulted phr
ciana. made enperimenti and finally eotn
lunded a premirtio that quickly and
ompUtc I r baniahed every aign nd aymp
torn of rheumatism from hie ayatem.
Ha freeJy gae hie diacovery to othen
who took it. with what truer. t he called
marvel. m aurreaa. After year ofurcing
he derided to let sufferers verywhar
know about his dian-very thrrueh the news
paper. Red Crnee Pharmacy ha. btnt ap
pointed agent for Allenrhu in thw vicinity
with the underatandtmr that I hey will
freely return the purrhaw money on the
Sret two bottJe to ail who '' they re
ceived no benefit Adv.
, No-To-Bac has helped thousands to
break the costlv, ncrve-shattcring to
bacco habit. Vhcneter you have a
longing for a smoke or chew, just place
a harmless No-To Bac tablet in your
mouth instead. All desire stops. Short
ly the habit is completely broken, and
you are better off mentally, physically,
financially. If so easy, so simple. Get
a box of No-to Bac and if it doesn t
release you from all craving for tobacco
in any form, your druggist will refund
your money without question. No-To-Bac
is made by the owners of Casca
rets; therefore is thoroughly reliable.
Adv.
Auction
at
NORTHFIELD FA ELS
SATURDAY, JULY 24
11:30 P. M.
The' property known as the David
Adams estate, consisting of house, barn
and lot, also household furnishings,
will be sold au Public Auclnon on
above date.
The following will also be sold t
this auction: Hudson runabout auto
mobile, two touring cars, an Oldsmo
bile and an Overland, one good work
horse, 12 years old, one et double
work harnesses, one driving harness,
two express harnesses, one buggy
wagon, one lumber wagon, l'i-inch
axle with pole and shafts, one one or
two-horse sled, two-seated sleigh, sin
gle sleigh, cultivator, plow, neck yoke,
whiffletree, etc.
Terms cash.
Etta Adams Wm. Legier.
Three Lines for 25c
Th. Timo nuhlUh Want.. Loat snd
Found, Kor Sale, To Let, ete. hort adver
tiiementa at the rata of three Hneo for
twenty-five cents for tha flret insertion end
ten cents for each subsequent Insertion.
FARMS FOR SALE
40-ACRE FARM in Marshfleld. nil. from
postomc on Cabot road ; location ana ax
nm hn,..: larae IV, atory house. 10 rooms.
all in Am shape; verandas both sides, tele
phone and shara of stock; 80-ft barn with
basement, built 8 yrs. ago; running wator
to houa and barn; garage, henhouse and
toolhoua; building all painted: land lay
warm: smooth, machine-mowing fields, good
pastures, quite a quantity of timber and
wood; a nice home for someone.
140-ACRE FAM In Msnbfleld, 1H ml. from
postoffice; 2-story hou.s tn good shape;
ennrf bilr barn luit recently built aver :
euqipped with litter carrier and hore fork;
shed room and toolhouse, large henhouse.
running water to houa and bam t large ap
ple orchard, extra smooth nice-laying fleld;
plenty of pasturing, ft right kind; esti
mated 100 M. It. or lumtMT ana a lot tm
worvl: thia farm will run 15 eows and team
and ran easily be msda to do mors: someone
ought to get interested In thia deal O.UICK
whea they sea it and And out tha price.
These properties, both farms sod village,
sra advertised to sell ; also have mors.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED Surface cutter operator . G a.
psrillo Brat- Weet Second St. I07!3
WANTED AT ONCE-eOi 'Eood Woodsmen I
to cut and skid log; -also aoma good I
job to let. Stat Jo rd & Tinda)e, IMninlina,
Vt,F. HGoodridge, M.natfer, , 10JU8
WANTED A Married "Maa to"Vork on
farm and drive tana.' Good pay i and
steady position for right man. Can rent
tenement on farm. Apply ,'K." 8. Moulton,
on H. M. Farnham , farm. Phone; 48-Y,
Montpelier. .- ' 105tf
MACHINE STONE-rOLlSHER- WANTED
at once. Write Hardwick Polishing Co.,
HardwiekVt. - 10H6
FIRSf -CLASS "iiA"N WASTED at dutlrVs
Stable. . . Wtt
FOR SALE
A. R. COLE. Agent
Marshfleld, Vt. Tel. 12-2
HOUSES FOR SALE.
BUG-OLOGY
Figure Thi$ Out
Bedbugs kay an sverage of seven eggs per
day. Under favorable conditions they hatch
in five days, ot which two-thirds are fe
males. They mature to adult size and an
eapabls of laying in four weeks. How many
bedbugs would you have in a year if you
left on female or egg unmolestod for one
year? To rid the peaky bedbug, you tan
readily see bow necessary it ia to use a
preparation that will kill the egg as well
aa the live one. P. D. Q. ha. been demon,
trateil by tha leading hospital, hotel and
railroad companies that th afet and mot
economical way to atop future generation
of bedbugs, roaches, flea and ant i to tu
the nnw discovery. Pesky Devil. Quiet ue.
A Site package of P. D. Q. makes a quart,
enough to kill a million bedbug, roaehea.
flea and cootie, and at th same time de
stroy their ga a weiL
Impassible for them to oxiat when P. D.
Q. ia proprly used. Free, patent .pout tn
orery package to get the peaky dovils in th
hard-to-get-at-places.
Special Hospital and Hotel tu
makea five gallon of P. D. Q. your drug
gist ha H or ran get it for you, or eot pre
paid upon receipt of prlco by the Owl Chem
ical Co., Terrs Haute, lnd. Suceese of P. P.
Q. baa earned Imitator, genuine P. D. t).
ia merer peddled. , , .
Said by Ernest Drawn and other leading
drurrwta. Ad.
SSTATK OP CAROLINA OLGIATI,
Star of Vermont diatrict of Washington, s.
Tha honorable probata court far th dis
trict aforeaaid. to th heir and all persona
Intemted in the eetaut of Carolina Olgiati.
la to of City of Bsrra, ia said district, de
ceased. ", RESTING :
WHEREAS, application hath been mad
to thi court In writing, by th adminietra
tor. Frank L. Small, praying for license
and suthority to sell all of real astato of
aid deceased to wit: Situated in the City
of Barre. in aid diatrirt. representing to
aid court that it would be beneficial to
the heir and all person intemted in the
estate of said dareaaed. to mII said real
eat ate and convert the me Into money.
And bringing into court the corwent and
approbation in writing, of all th hejr
to said eatate residing in thi state, and
wetrwig fort the (ituatiMt of tho real
estate.
WHEREUPON, the aaid court appointed
and assigned the 10th day of Auruat. 1820.
at th probate office in Montpelier. in aid
dwtrirt. to hear and decide upon said ap
plication and petition, and ordered public
notice thereof to be given to all person
Interested therein, by publishing said
order, together with the time and place of
hearing, three week successively in the
Barre Daily Tunes, a new.paper which cir
culates in the neighborhood of the per
sona interested -Sn said estate, all of whtrh
publication shall be previous to tha day
ascimed for hearing.
THEREFORE, you are hereby nodded to
appear before said court, at the time and
piece assigned, then and there in aaid court
to make your objections to the granting '
such Itrense. if you see cause.
Given under mi hand at Montpelier. tn
said district, this 21st day of July. 19110.
FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge.
July22-2-Augt
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YOUR
AUTOMOBILE
J.W.DILLON
Established 111.
BARRE. VERMONT.
GAGE & GAGE
CHIROPRACTOrs
Hours Daily: -! - m. except Tuesdays
and Thursdays. 2-3 p. a.
Evening.: S to . evvept T se.es r end
Saturdays
. FARES. VERMONT
PhoB :- us Nana Mai Strea
'itO OUTT S S OC3
MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES
East Farre, WrbsfemlJ and Oiamtevitle to Farre 13.00
Oracg. Wah:?tvii and WiHiamstowa to Barre 7.00
Lo-g distance trips prT !
M. J. WHITCOMR. East Barre, Vermont 1
TELEPHONE
Safety Steering
Control
Saves Tires, Saves Nerves.
Saves Life. 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
07 Ko. Msia St EarT. Vt
A TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE at 14 Third
street for ale or to rent; will be re
paired if rented; tel. 0-W or inquire of
Mrs. M. H. Clough, 12 Perry street. Barre.
S160I j .
BECAUSE OF ILL HEALTH I WISH TO
SELL 2 cheap houses. 1 a bungalow in
lower Webatervill opposite the chooJhoue.
lb other a t-room rottag in East Barre,
practically new, with a barn 20x0 with a
roomy loft ; enough room for a garden in
both place': easy terms; C. H. Davenport,
Barrs, Vt, R. D. 1, residence. East Brre.
11U1
GRANIT -EVTLLE ' PROTERTY FOR SALE
WANTED
.,.?.-... , - - .
UNSKILLED
PHYSICALLY FIT MEN FOR
1 INTERESTING WORK
ON STEEL SHIP CONSTRUCTION,
TO EARN .6S PER HOUR
AND OVER AFTER
. A COUPLE" OF WEEKS
INSTRUCTION
; CALL AT
THE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
THE ATLANTIC CORPORATION,
PORTSMOUTH, N. H.
103tlS
WANTED--AT ONCE Firbiabrieklay"
er. $1.17, per hour: tenders 80e ; 12
months' work ; Louis A. Lafrance, Windsor.
Vt ; applytoMr Goulet,Supt.. IW
WANTED Three first-class "letter cutters;
on who can carve; also three granite
cutters ; best of wages ; addres C. Schlei-
ters Sons. Freedom. Pa. 9."
TEAMSTER WANTED- Also a few tons of
hay for .ale; apply to N. M. Nelson, to
Merchant street. "
WANTED At Ffetcher quarry. Woodbury,
Vt ; open shop quarry from Mar. I.
wanted now, 2 complete, derrick erews ; I
have a general store and furnish goods to
men in my employ at wholesale prices ;
bouses rent at S8.00 to $10.00 per monOi:
surface auarry and good machinery; Tt
for more information and state your experi
ence in a granite or marble quarry ; will
hire a few apprentices; E. R. Fletcher,
Woodbury. Vt -
FOR 8 ALE Complete barber shop outfit,
two hydraulic chairs, three large mirror,
lavatory and water heater, electric vibra
tor, bench bottles, towels, aprons, eto. ; Jos
eph Collins, 140 State street, Montpelier, Vt
108tS
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE'FOR" SALE
Including Gknwood heater, Packard or
gan and refrigerator; combination book
case and writng desk. Mrs. Elaie Caven, (
Mount Street 107tf
FOP. SALE A gool upply oi Gold bv.sl
Congoleum Floor Coverines, Art Hutrs,
all Psper, Roofing, and Faint. f high
quality at reasonable prices. L. F. Fortney,
PlajnttekL Iu7t
FOR SALE Small printing business; 2
large presses, 6 hand presses, plates,' types,
etc. ; address National Memorial Co., North-
field,Vt. I!7!
FOR SALE One-half horse power Emerson
motor; inquire at 62 Brook street 7w
FOR SALE -
One good Glcnwood cabinet
stove with hot water front; 47 Patterson
treetj'phone 236-J. Stf
FOR SALE Two cottages at Lake Groton,
situated at head of the lake, with a nice
beach ; lot has several hundred pins trees of
8 years' growth ; cottages contain good cook
tovea, dishes, bedding and other camp fur.
niture: inquire of A. L. Hooper, Groton,
Vermont. 86tf
FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning
granite and marble monuments ; brighten
up the lettering and makes the whole monu
ment look clean and new ; guaranteed ; prices
on application : James Sullivan. 114 Fsrk
streetsrre, Vt lt
FOR SALE By gal. or bbi BLACafliA
MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water,
weather, fire and sunproof; 800 lbs. to bbl. I
1 am ready to paint or repair your roofs:
E. T De nam ore. 1 Pleasant street 12tf
AUTOMOBILES
HELP WANTED FEMALE
DR TO RRWT Tins 8-tenement house In
the heart of Oraniteville; can easily be mad
into an 8 -room cottage: also 1 three-tenement
house for sale: all in good repai.-;
prices reasonable, term, easy ; for further
particulars inquire J. W. Reason, P. O. Box
ll, Granitevillo. Vt 1001
JAMES STREET HOUSE of 1 room: ben
houae 12x20 ft; house i lighted by elec
tricity; haa t Lay windowa ; cellar cemented;
plenty of fruit and good garden : price
$2,000.00; this is a pleasantly located horn
and convenient for granite workers ; D. A.
Perry Real Estate Agency, Barre. 9tf
FOR SALEOn of prettiest places in Cale
donia county: situated in Groton within Vt
mile of 2 churches, postoffice and high
school : nice row of maple trees in front of
house, making it nice and cool in summer;
good butling, 8-room house with bath, hot
and cold water, good barn, extra good hen
house, good apring of water, never fails :
some fruit trees and t acres of land ; Eugene
E. Renfrew ,owne r. G rotor, . Vt J;?01 2
FOR SAX'E sTx-iroom eoUage house at the
corner of Park and High treeta: large
garden and 2 hen bouses : assy payments if
desired; inquire at 10 Eastern avenue or
telephone S42-X.
FOR BALE S-room modern house oa Mon
peliar road; piasaa, bam. henhouse,- t
acres land; reasonable; also 2-tenement
house at 83 Merchant street and cottage
hous on Washington street; Mrs. H. 8.
u.l-. 4-1 n.l 04tf
House ana Dam,
MAID WANTED For Corridor Work. Ap
ply Heaton HospittJMontpelier, Vt106tf
WANTEDA capable girl for general house
work : permanent position : Mr. E. K.
Bates. 96 College street, Montpelier, Vt
10tf
WANTED A n ali-round cook; tel. 40S-W,
Central Cafe. lultf
FOB
Marriotti. Cor.
I9tf
SALE 6ev.
also large garden ; B.
Howard andTik treet.
FOR SALE A nice home In South Barre :
10-room house, barn, henhouse and garden;
hous. is heated by a Spencer (team heater,
which cannot be beaten, burns th cheap
buckwheat coal : electric lights tn house and
barn ; air lawn with shade tree and shrub
bery ; will sell at a big serine ; inquire of
W. L. Carr at Jones Bros, to- or on prem
ise.. i i Mtjf
F6R-S"ALE--'7.room cottage, a 1 mrdern con
veniences : barn, garage, 8 lots if desired ;
owner leaving (ity J. Bosai, 8 Berlin
atreet. ' Sltf
FOR SALE Trow block, if South Main
treet. contain 2 (tores, 2 tenements, also
8 building iota; good renting property: pne
for immedisu ssle, ItS.boO; H. U. Boyee, II
Academy atreet. T2tf
"GREENLEIGH." 20SS. Main street, for
ale : th aemi-bungalow residenc of the
late W. F. Milne, built within 8 years : con
tains 7 room., bathroom, hardwood finish
nd floor, throughout et tub, cement cel
Isr floor snd steam beat : henhouse and 2 ex
trs lots go with the property apple trees,
berry bushes, etc., and garden tn good con
dition ; apply to Mrs. W. F. MUne, tel.
42-Mv 7tf
FOR SALE Two-story, .'-tenement bouse.
with good barn and cellar under houa
and barn, all in good repair: each tenement
has t rooms, electric lights and bath : plenty
of garden for both tenements : the bars
could, for a small amount of money, be
made into a a-room tenement : this is good
prov-erty to buy for home or Investment ; it
usted at 14 Clark street; price right: tele
phone 56-K or Inquire at Zl-.'i tlowiana
building: El win L. Scott
tf
MODERATE PRICED
HOMES
dayi
To close within the next few
s we are allowed to offer
these attractive homes at much
less than their actual value.
Owned by non-residents.
NEW HOUSE AND BARN with t, acre
of land, jiut outside the eity on the East
Montpelier road, for only 81.6O0.0u: the
owner built htsi for a hem and would not
sell except that cirrumatances make It neres
sary to leave the state: the buildimrs could
not be erected for 83,000.00 to-day; easy
terms.
WANTED All-round cook for small sum
mer inn ; apply to William M. Gale, Lake
Morey. Fairlee. Vt 7tf
W'ANTED Girl for general housework, one
over 26 preferred ; telephone Montpelier
648. ' ?7tl
HIRED GIRL WANTED lor general 'house-
work in a family of 8 : no children : good
wage ; permanent position : Mrs. H. W.
Kemp. $0 School street, rlontpelier. 7tf
EFFICIENT COOK, waitresses "and kitchen
women wanted at once at Miller Inn,
Montpelier. 7Stf
PUPILS NURSES W ANTEbVounff Vomen
to traiu a nurse at Barr City Hospital,
Barre. 25tf
WANTED Pupil nurses snd attendants at
th Tsunton State Hospital : wage. 83. 00
per month with maintenance; for particular
addren Dr. Arthur V. Gosn, Bupt. Tsuntos
State Hospital, Taunton, Mass. 264tf
FOR SALF.---1816 model D-66 Buick car,
overhauled; and. not been used this year:
good tires ; Interested party call 411-M or
at plant; . Comoili A Co. 108tf
TOR SALE OverlanJrunabout model 8f,
in1 good running order ; always ready
for the road ; all good tires, one extra tire ;
shock absorbers; also Winchester rifle, cali
bre 82-40, half magaxino, just as good as
new; call after 4 o'clock, Wm. H. Mc
Laughlin, Websterville. 107t
FOR SALE Five-passenger Touring Car in
good shsgie. Will exchange for small car
or sell for half cash down and balance
monthly payments. "S. G. W.," Times of
fice. lOTtS
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE Five-passen-
gwr, 4-cyltnder Binck touring oair. m
rood running order. E. A. Prindle.
Worthern block. 108t
USED CAR FOR SALE A "Cole" ; running
order: apply at Palace Garage, Barre. 102tl
AUTOMOBILE LIVERY Arrange trips by
calling Mr. 11. 8. Miles. Montpeier road.
tel. 217-X. 93U
AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Ford auto for
ale ; ftlao would carry pasaenger even
ings or Sunday. ; reasonable prices : address
Charles N. Scott. Grsniteville, Vt. Tel.-
227-5. 0tt
DODGE TRUCK FOR SALE Screen body":
first-claea condition, good as new, 1919
model ; run about 8,000 miles. Fisher Fsrm.
Bethel. Vt. 1
HOUSES TO RENT
fO RENT Five-room tenement at 40 So-
main street lor inwj i 11 1 . j , m ,
sters four-room tenement no children:
call at 888o. Main street 109t2
SUMMER COTTAGE at" Highgste Sprinn
to rent: Inquire of C. K. W heaton, 14
Ayer street: tel. 141-M. 108t
TO" RENT'-Swall tenement at '8 F.sat
street suitable for man and wifs: also
otiaee house to rent Inquire of G. I..
Woodwnrth. Eastman Block. 107tf
TO RENT One cottaee houae of six rooms
and bath for 812 and on warm
first floor tenement of I've room, - with
sewer connections for 8S.50 ter nuiih.
Keys at 88 Pleasant street or writ to L.
F. Fortney. PJsinfieWL I07t6
FOR RENT Five-room tenement with
psntry. wood shed, storeroom, bsth room
and electrV lights. Inquire of E. L. Dens
more. 1 Pleasant street. 106tf
TO RKNT Desirable upstairs tenement at
18 Seminary atreet ; address replies to
"E.." care Times. lOStf
TENEMENT TO RENT Injure of Mrs.
James A hern. tel. 246-W, 41 East street
9!tf
TO-RENT 8-room downstair tenement at
88 Maple avnue : also 8-room upstairs ten
ement a 4 Summer street: both with bath,
electric lights and ess ; inquire at 22 Church
street, or tel. 8j"-M. 8tf
TO "RENT Smsll tenement "at" 881 North
Main street : also a -room tenement en
Vorth Seminary street; O. D. ShurUeff. 829
Nnrth Main street. 4tf
TO RENT Downstairs tenement of 8 rooms,
partry snd bsth. electric lirhts nnd large
garden, together with kern privilege : va
cant June IS: sltusted at 14 ClsrV street:
telephone -R or innulr at 21-22 Howland
bnildin. Flw1nL.Scot rf
TO RFINT S-ronm cotters on Wrench street,
aewly repaired : rail 898-88 .- F. H. Nichols
8tf
TO RFNT Five-room tenement with garden
at 84 Elmwood avenue; apply at same d-
dresa. 0tf
TO RENT - Small tenement t No. 17 Add!-
on olsee: SIS no per month; Inquire of
E. M. White. 27 f'pland avenue. ttf
LTO RFNT--Tenement 4 rooms. 210 me.:
r -i u.Mi. . .:. w .
DlAlUI PHWl amyw .... . , ' , . V .
4t
TO RENT 8-room tenement 1st floor. Tb.
Northern : all modern : apply at 820 North
Main street. I4tf
TO RENT tenement st 82 Merchant'street
also 4 tenements on Wllley street all a
flrst-clsas shape: modern Improvements:
Geo. W. Mann.R4 Wellington street 82rf
FOR RENT A good 7-mom cottage bouse.
pring water, bath : Ratrhelder .treet :
H. W. Scott BoUter block. 14tf
NEARLY NEW -ROOM HOUSE and a
very large lot, IKOxlaO ft; located about
7 or minute from pcatornee: thi is a
well-con true ted bouse and haa been occu
pied by two families ; i a good trade at
81,(50.00.
CLAIRVOYANTS
TrTE-CREAT- GYPSYW'ITrHCe)erited
fortune telling cards by Msdam LeNoe-
!-nd. 81.00 per pack, sent by mail prepaid:
Williams Book Store, 633 Msm srref.
Worcester. Mss. l4tl
FDRTUNES TOLD-Let my clairvoyance
aid you in regard to friendships, love or
husine. I.uira I. Page, School street.
Plainfield, Vt 10st
I1.4O0 0 WITH 8MS.00 DOWN Mrures
this desirable a-mnen house with 4 large
lota, on Kynork avenue; good comfortable
barn: apring water; a real home, handy So
the stones beds : you will want to look this
over : good ehanre to keep a cow and bene :
plenty of land for garden truck.
OWNER IS LEAVING TOWN and wishes
to aeil at once: price only ll.S.'-O.no with
FO0 down: about 2 minutes' walk o post
onVe: convenient to the new mill: will
rent for enough to make aa exceptionally
good investment ; better look it up.
-MAPLE AVENUE HOUSE for only
fl.70v.A0: a good trade: you can stop the
rent elak by purchasing a home and by
looking aay of the above over and you will
readily are the price are lower than you
ran buy for within a few anontne.
THE D. A. TERRY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
WANTED
WANTED By a retired, middle-aged lady.
preition aa bousskeerer er car rf in
valid: -M. A.C.. ,eare Barre Tunes. 10tl
sANTtD- Pesifoa as bookkeeper, ei s-r ia
Montpelier re Barre. by young bdv w "
five year experience fas general eeTwe work.
Csa ecwre typewriter: best ef refeiemea.
Address 'Bookkeeper." ear Tuam "
. lftt
EXPERIENCED-CHAlTFEUlT watila po.il
tsoe ; prrrats er lueswiei ial ; answer te
"Drive and sVapair.' hvm III. Barre, Vt
WAITED-Retara Wmi UVlss track'
rg to PrairW -o ec Cvie.d
lMsn.1 about July tth : snc-afrw ssav
be Kft in rs-e nt B tha) wce. I"1
WASTE A TO "UT- Hy efh soww ian.
ie good Watsa in Ba-re Cny. Icepty
rtrr te -B. C-" rm j'nw I15"'
WAVTTD TO RENT ee 7-rviea M-sn te
Wi-at! Wati r srtMal isnt ber
I; 8. L. stuggM. Crt Engr.
ADVERTISE YOUR
WANTS IN THE
TIMES AND GET
SURE RESULTS
Auction Sale
Cottspe Hous and I-ann in WrWcr
tille, flfar 1d Frarier
FRIDAY. JULY 23
at 4:5 . M.
.. ! kave niotej to another part of
the Iowa arid tiae no further uee f.r
the prfpertr will sell sia en.) rot tape
at FuMw Aurtinn. Th'. i a daadr
little bf'SBe srita stra pood sprins
a?er. It rents for I a sTtoatK In
surcd tor .Terra of t-a! a ill
be rah. hs'.sixe eay tr
PACt at4 EDITH SJrOW. Oeaera,
D. A. PE1IT, Aoct!OBeT.
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
tWO BROOD SOWS and five extra nice
- five-weeks-old pigs for sale; cheap if
taken at once: Addie Taplin, East Barre.
Vt, Orange county telephone. 108 U
FOR-SALE Pair of four-year-old oxen :
tuberculin tested ; W. J. Chambarlin. R.
F. D. 4, Barre, Peoples' Phone. 107t3
FOR SALE Nine registered and grade
Jerseys, cash or exchange for new auto;
Box Jtl, R.8. South Royalton. Vt 108t8
FOR SALE Four High-Grade Jersey Cows".
all to freshen in early fall ; also one
extra good work horse, weight 1200. Priced
right for Immediate sale. A. L. Lafayette,
Plainfield Vt. 107t8
A FEW FOUR-WEEKS OLD PIGS FOR
Sale. N. E., Tel. 898-18. 107t
FOR SALE One yok of oxen, weight about
8.000 fhs. : for further particulars csll
283-W, Montpelier. Vt 100U2
HORSES. AND VEHICLES .
FOR SALE Two horses for general or de
ll vary work ; Inquire at 834 No. Main
street 108t3
FOR SALE On good work team, weight
about 2700 lb. : years 'old. WU sell
at 20 per cent discount ; al.o two good
drvera. Inqure of J. A. P pence. R. D. 2,
Box 70. Barre. Bex-kleyJHiU. j .
TWO PAIR WORK HORSES FOR SALE
Also harness, one extra heavy milk
wagon and one lighter one. C. M. Gould.
Montpeljer.elSS-S. lOStf
FOR SALE Rubber-tired buggy wagon for
sale; inmiire st 94 No. Main street, Mrs.
E. A. Witham.
CORD TIRES, FABRIC TIRES
All site in stock all th time
From 28x3 to 37x5
W put them on for you. When
in need of Tires 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 Wagons
and Harness, just remember
COLTON'S PLACE
MentTIier. Varment
84 8 tat Strwt
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
84 State Street
Montpelier. Vermont
Spraying Materials
that discourage blight and bugs. Blua Vitriol,
xtra fine, large clear srrstals. special price
on large quantities. High grade Powdered
Arsenate. Pyrox.
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. E. Telephone 140 Orang Co. Telaphon
REPAIRS
FOR ALL SORTS AND CONDITIONS OF
HAVING TOOLS -PROMPT
SERVICE
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. F.. Telephone 140 Orang Ca. Telephone
MALEANDFEMALEJIELP
CLERKS, linen, women I 18 upward, fog
Vtl Mil Service. 8188 month. Ea
animation July-August. Experieno snV
nicBs.ary. For free particulars, write R.
Tarrry t former CivU Service Examineri !
Continental Bldg .Js'aahinrton. 1St7
W' ANTED Man or woman who ran talk
both English and Italian, to demonstrate:
amilr to Mr. Webster at ScO North Main
street. Barre. 10tt
HELP WANTED Young men and women to
take position as attendants at ta Ver
mont Stat Hospital for th Insane at Wa
terbury ; to those who dseire. an opportunity
orTered to attend nurses' training course:
spp'y HnspltaL Waterbury. Vt. lrf
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO PUT a M solid cwd rt
rhnfik.. or 4 ft word, stale price and
date of delivery ; North Barre Granite Co.
int4
WILL PAY CA5H for ymir R-xnington.
W mchester er Savage nSe. if in good
condition ; G. A. Mama, 2T: No. Main street
lous-
W A NTF.D TO BUY fcTANDING HAY; tel
a-M. tf
WNTi:r"TO BlTf A bay rara, 12 Is 14
ft long; tel. 24J-M. tf
CASK PRH I S PAID for rags, rubbers, wwt
tptius. bnies. and bar a pertlty ;
'panoe 4. .-R- Saaa Gen 14. 11 Brook r-et
T2Uf
WANTED TO Bt'Y Seeead-band fumtta-e.
toesi aa4 stew : tw.4r O. SautA, 81? N
Mxn str. t'i- 7r-M Jt-
LOST AND FOUND
STR A Y ED tr.te sv rrd, yv-ln..
te a-rk s r4 ehne. and tbrve Jersey
r. Ear -V. S. A. . I " Csll
st ewee. per nwa m w wuwm
Vt . Cwl-e-. 1 -t t4r
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MISCELLANEOUS
CrvfRAL AND IOm; riT.NCF. TTtUCK
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