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THE liAKKi- UAlL TXMS, flAilltfl, V X., XVIU-N-JAY, JUH P, IS.O.-
'ABOUTJTHE STATE
Hppei8 of Interest "
Di-eient Sections.
" Th Verfennrs Bgptist church has
- v .new bell, the gift of Mrs. W. A
; D-lr-inple.
Over ..6.000 case were treated at
rv '
?the free dispensary in Burlington dur-
'ing the" year just ended.
- Carl 0. Church of Whiting is a candi
ySate for eenator from Addison county
ffB the September primaries.
: j Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dion observed
fjMieir 50th wedding anniversary at
itheir home in Burlington yesterday.
iMerald A. Stark of Brattleboro has
-nnminrwd himself a candidate for the
ltaU senate. Mr. Stark is a descend
ant of Gen. John Stark of Revolution
lxj fame and saw service in trance.
S'jrl has three honorable discharges from
the United States army.
9 "idea Ganska. the chief dancer with
he oriental show that, has been playing
(In Rutland recently, with the Joytend
LCarnival company, alleges that she lost
ijT had stolen from her one night last
Jweek f 1,-00, ot recent earnings, one
;ave the denomination of the bills she
ost. ' v
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The 300 cans that the Howe Ice
Cream company of Rutland ordered in
.ujruet, 1919, from Columbus, O., have
Just arrived. The cans were shipped
March 25, consigned to Springfield,
Mass., and re-assigned from there to
Rutland. Embargoes held them up on
the road.
' Norman A. Mott of Yazo City, Miss.,
a native of Alburg and a former Ver
mont newspaper man, died at Biloxi,
Miss., July 16, at the age of 65 years.
Mr. Mott, about forty years ago, with
lit brother, Hiram M. Mott, owned the
randon Union and he founded the
Xudlow Tribune.
t Mrs! Charles E. Clark of Springfield
received a compound fracturo of the
frontal bone, extending partly over one
eye, while riding in an automobile t
cenUy. When the car struck n hole
In the road, Mrs. Clark was thrown
off the seat and her forehead struck
a rib in the cover of the machine.'
. Miss Frederick Miner of Rutland,
who is camping at Queen City park,
Burlington, whila asleep early Friday
morning, took out a screen in the sec
ond -story window and dropped to the
ground, a distance of eight or nine
feet. The shock of the landing awak
ened her. She was not injured to any
Serious extent.
Helen Brown of Toronto and Misses
Catherine Johnson and Mary Robinson
ef Boston have just finished a hike
over the Long trail from Middlebury
gap to Mount Mansfield. While on
the trail they carried all of their own
equipment and cooked all of their
mealsl Miss Johnson is a gradu
ate of V'assar and Miss Robinson of
the University of Wisconsin. Miss
Johnson's father accompanied them on
the first part of the trip.
Robert K. .wiicneu oi tsenows raws
a candidate for the office of state's
wirrneii la a pramiate oi .Miaaieourv
ii :.i . i - t i mil J r
i :a i l l : - 1 n t r r I
has taught in schools in Vermont, New
Hampshire and Massachusetts. The
law firm of Bolles, Thompson and
TwitchtU has been dissolved. R. N.
Twitchell will resume practice for him
self and Bolles and Thompson have
formed a new law firm.
" Miss Mary Bixby of Fair Haven has
been confined to the Rutland hospital
for a few days as a result of cuts and
bruise sustained in an automobile ac
cident last Thursday. Mrs. Chester
Bixby, her daughter and two other
women were riding in a coupe driven
by one of the women, the child riding
on a small seat at the front of the
ear. Trouble with the brakes devel
oped and the driver lost control of the
car, which swerved and the people on
the seat were thrown against the
child, foreing her head through the
windshield. The aorident occurred near
Wallingford.
. Myron Whitcomb, a 12-year-old
Ppringfleld, would have died by suf
focation one day this week bad not
Frank Pulsipher noticed the actions of
the youngster and rescued him. The
boy jumped into the water tank of the
Street sweeper and amused himself by
popping up and down to surprise peo
ple until the coter of the tank un
expectedly came down, the hasp slipped
over the staple and be was fastened
into the air-tight compartment. Ful
eipher wiseed the hor. "Mired that the
ltd was down aad hastened to his res
cue. The boy could bare surged but
a few minute.
Congratulations
A Single SkaU Cralt.
Krpbch paper "He lived by fcitn-rlf
in a lonely old household, fron whuh
be paddied himself We every morn
ing i a top bat."- &u Transcript.
SAVE MONEY ON YOUR
MILK DILL
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FOREST DEPLETION;
NEWSPRINT SHORTAGE
The United States is Compelled to Im
port Large Quantities of Pulp
wood and Paper.
The fundamental cause for the pres
ent shortage of newsprint paper is the
serious depletion of the forests of the
northeastern and the lake states, where
there jis an overdevelopment of the
pulp and paper industries, according to
a report to the Senate by the forest
service, United States department of
agriculture, in response to a request
for information on timber depletion,
prices, exports and ownership. The re
port, which has recently been made
public, is one of the most comprehen
sive ever prepared dealing with the
lumber resources of the nation.
Since the requirements of paper
making restrict the kinds of wood that
can be advantageously used in making
newsprint, four species spruce, hem
lock, balsm and poplar supplied 81
per cent of the total amount manu
factured in 1917, according to the re
port. The occurrence of these species
chiefly in the lake states and New
England has led to the over-centralira-1
tion of the paper making industry:
there, it is stated. i
Paying Penalty for Depletion.
Until recently, when abnormal de
mands, short supplies and resulting
high prices led to increased news
print production through the utiliza
tion of plants designed for and for
merly used in making other kinds of
paper, there has been no expansion in
the newsprint industry in the United
States since 1009, and w have had to
import large quantities of pulp wood
and paper, the report points out. The
demand, however, has greatly in
creased, and because of excessive de
pletion of our own resources this coun
try now is dependent upon foreign
sources for two-thirds of its news
print or its raw material. !
Even with the imports the supply
has been far short of the needs of
the newspapers of the country in the
past two years. The contract price
has increased more than 200 per cent
while spot market prices are 500 per
cent more than in 1915. "Prior to the
war," says the report, "the larger
newspapers secured all or practically
all of their supplies under contract,
and a relatively small percentage of
the total newsprint consumption wa
handled on a spot market basis. Dur
ing the last year the larger pipers
have found it increasingly difficult to
secure all of their eupplies under con
tract and have been forced to secure
the remainder in the open market. It
is in the pen market that the full ef
fect of competition for inadequate tup
plies is shown and this is reflected in
the much higher prices.
Small Papers Suffer Most.
"Unfortunately it i apoa the epot
market that the smaller newapaner,
least able to increase returns by in
creasing advertising and raising their
lates, must depend." The result bas
been that many of these small papers
have been forced to curtail their is
sues and have had the greatest diffi
culty in securing enough newsprint to
continue publication.
It baa been possible for the lumber
industry to me to more remote tim
ber land a forest have been cut
away, but the hray imeattnenta re
quired for psper plant bae made it
impotlile for the psper indutry to do
thi. The rrult i tbst exitmtr m.ll
are Ending it tccesarf to secure tS.'ir
aupplvrs of wood from increasing dis
tance. Sprur fr'fB Minnesota and
Canada, for eta -pre. i being ha.ii-d
from T"" o l."0 mil" to paper sn"H
in W !wi in.
The timHer t ffvnj fat. the report
ssra. It i reported that in New ork.
here nearly .V per rer.t of our et
peint is prdjd, f per -ent of the
puln artd prr sniil hae absolutely
C1 liKber 'pf l-e f their n. For
t,'ee sriils there seen to be no or
prospect than to close down in a com
paratively few years. In New Hamp
shire the coniferous pulp wood has
been heavily cut and 10 or 12 years will
see the end of the supply. Aside from
the state preserve in New York, in
which no cutting is allowed, the bulk
of the coniferous pulp wood in the east
is located in Maine. One company there
has enough timber for 40 to 60 years'
cut. Others are estimated to have
enough to last 15 to 20 years, but
there are about 15 companies which
have no lands of their own and which
will have difficulty in purchasing mate
rial within 10 years.
In general, the pulp and paper mills
of the northwest are becoming more
and more dependent upon Canadian
wood. Such dependence, the report
points out, is extremely dangerous. All
exports of pulp wood are prohibited
from Newfoundland. The Canadian
provinces have prohibited the export
of pulp wood from crown lands, which
form a very considerable part of the
timberlands in eastern and western
Canada.
On the whole, the situation of the
newsprint industry in eastern Unit
ed States is very unfavorable and there
is little chance of its becoming better,
the report states. The only things
that can assure production of even ap
proximate domestic requirements ere
concerted effort to increaxe the pro
duction of pulp woods in the northeast
and the development of the newsprint
industry in the west and in Alaska.
Alaska Offers Relief.
The timber on the Tongase national
forest in Alaska is said by the report
to be of particular importance in con
nection with the new.print situation.
It is estimated that there are about
70 billion board feet of Kitka spruce
and western hemlock well suited for
paper making. The timber is located
in a comparatively narrow belt along
12,000 miles or more of coast line. Wa
ter power is available as is also deep
water transportation from numerous
mill sites.
"It is estimated that the cut from
this region alone will insure a per
petual supply large enough to meet
one-half of the present newsprint re
quirements of the United States. Alas
ka is one of the centers to which the
newsprint industry .of the I'nited
States should look for a large future
development. The same U true of
other centers in the est, where im
mense resources of pulp wood supply
are now almost wholly undeveloped.
Much of this timber is. in the national
forests."
To bring about promptly the devel
opment of the pulp and paper indus
try in new regions of abundant tim
ber supplies the report recommends a
comprehensive survey to furnish ex
act Information upon the stand and lo
cation of suitable timber and other
needed data.
"MOVIES" IN SCHOOL
Steps Tken to Have Machine Placed
Everywhere.
Washington, D. . . C, July 20. A
"movie" machine in every public school
to aid in the education of the children
of the country is the aim of the Visual
Education association, which has
opened headquarters here.
Charles F. Hunt, secretary of the as
sociation, says Congress will be asked
to appropriate funds to co-operate with
the states in carrying out the program,
the expense being borne equally by the
federal and state governments.
While estimating the ultimate cost
at $10,500,000, Mr. Smith anticipated
that this sum would be needed by in
stallments and he announced that tbe
association would ask for an immed
iate appropriation of $5,000,000 avail
able for expenditure during the next
three years. '
The association is incorporated in
the state of Indiana, its organizers in
cluding Charles A. Greathouse, former
Indiana state superintendent of public
instruction; Dr. J. N. Hurty, Indiana
commissioner of health and B. u. in
man, manager ef the Indiana chamber
of commerce.
Plays PUno By Ear.
"Brooks is really a clever pianist,
for he plays everything by ear."
"Ah! That explains it, then. I nev
er believed he could make those sounds
with his fingers." Boys' Life.
Our Modest Writera.
Humble admirer Are the characters
in your books drawn from real life?
Haughty author Did you ever meet
such charming people in real life as
my characters? Boeton Transcript.
rhat
. Choice.
Late diner (at resort t Well,
have you got?
Waitress Boiled ham and fish but
the fish ia all out. Which 'II you have?
Boston Transcript.
BOY CUT BY CAR.
Sedley M. Campbell, 9, of Bellows Falls,
the Victim.
Bellows Falls, July 26. Sedley M
Campbell, 9, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Campbell of 23 Barker street,
Bellows Falls, was struck and badly
cut Friday evening by a Buick coupe,
driven by Charles D. Higgins of thia
place. The boy was riding on the back
of a team and as he jumped off the
team on Westminster street he stepped
backed in front of the car. The child
was taken in the car to the Rocking
ham hospital, where it was discovered
that he was badly cut about the face,
head and other parts of the body.
AUCTION
To settle the estate of the late
Katherine S. Jones I will sell at Public
Auction at her late residence in Wil
liamstown Village on
THURSDAY, July 29, 1920
At 1 O'clock P. M.
The Home Place,
consisting of House, Barn and Lot,
pleasantly situated and in excellent
repair.
PERSONAL PROPERTY
i Complete bedroom set, seven pieces,
ope iron bedatead, one spindle bedstead,
two couches, one secretary, one dining
table, two other tables, mattresses,
feather beds, and pillows;, new Home
sewinir machine, one willow rocker, one
platform rocker, several bureaus,
stands, chairs, tools or various Kinas,
two parlor lamps and other lumps,
wash tubs, boiler, pails, dishes, tea
kettle, eartbern jars and many other
articles not mentioned.
A. M. GOODRICH, Adm'r.
H.. S. DRURY, Auctioneer.
Auction Sale
As I have sold my residence I will
sell at public auction at my place of
residence in Cabot Village, on
THURSDAY, July 29, 1920
At One O'clock Sharp in the
Afternoon
THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL
PROPERTY t
TWO CHAMBER SUITES
(one cherry and one oak), one dining
extension "table (oak), six dining
chairs (oak), two hardwood bedsteads,
one Estey organ, one Singer sewing
machine, one bed couch, one coal
stove, ono parlor stove, one small
bedroom stove, two woven wire
spring beds, one spiral spring bed,
two mattresses, one hair roattrews,
one wool mattress, five center
tables, one nice mirror, two electric
light chandelier one two-lighted ana
one three-lighted, three electric light
shades with cord attachments, rocking
chairs, individual chairs, all wool car
pets, geese feather beds, all wool blan
kets, puffs and comforters, kitchen
utensils, dishee, pictures, iron sink, bed
spreads, lace curtains three pair, mus
lin curtains three pair, portiers, one
parlor lamp, glass fruit jars, large
eathern jars, glassware and other
things too numerous to mention.
Terms Cash.
NELLIE WILLIAMS, Owner.
V. R. HUDSON, Auctioneer.
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FRANK M. LYNDE
DENTIST
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BAILEY'S MUSIC
ROOMS
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CHINES RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC
Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Om Rni M'l Bo"'
Te)ein "nnertWe.
OFFICE HOURS: tol! 'jl "
4 a m M-wwtar. Tiwertay. Ttia radar an Fnaaif
DR. A. H. SMITH
Osteopathic Physician
2 KEITH AVENUE
OltVe Clai Tetars and Sturdr
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HOWLAKD BUILDING
Specializing in Extracting: and
Dental X-Ray Diagnosis
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AUTOMOBILE
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BARRB. VERMONT.
Three Lines for 25c
The Timea will publiah Wanta. Loat end
Found, For Sale, To Let, etc.r-ahort adver.
tiaamenta at the rata of three llnaa tot
twenty-nva cants for the flrat insertion ana
ton centa for each subsequent Jnaertton.
FARMS FOR SALE.
FOR SALE go-acre farm, tin ilea from R.
R. aUttion on main road, Vj mila from
achool and 2 churehea, near neighbors, plen
ty of water by sprint and largo brook, nlca
suaar bush of about 850 trees, besides other
lumber; for quick sale $1,600 including
cropa ; sold on easy terms ; apply to Geo. C.
Benjamin, Plainrteld, Vt. 108"
FARMS FOR SALE
40-ACRE FARM in Marshfleld, U ml. from
postoflics on Cabot road ; location ens of
"he baa-; a large m story house, 10 rooms,
all In Ana shape; verandas both sidaa. tele
phone and shara of stock ; 80-ft. barn with
basement, built t yra. ao; running water
to hous and bars ; garage, henhouse and
toolhouse; buildings all painted: land lays
warm ; smooth, niachlne-mowing fields, good
pastures, quite a quantity of timber and
wood ; nice borne for someone.
140-ACRE FARM 1 Marshfleld, IV, ml. from
postoffice: 2-story house In good shape;
good big barn just recently built ewer ;
euqippad with litter carrier and horse fork;
shed root and toolhouse. Is ore henhouse,
running water to house and barn ; large ap
ple orchard, extra smooth nice-laying fields :
plenty of pasturing, the right kind; esti
mated 100 M. ft. of lumber and a to of
wood ; this farm will run 11 cows and team
and can easily be mad to do mora; someone
ought to get interested in this deal quit!
when they see it and fiad out the price.
These properties, both farms and village,
ars advertised to sell; a Wo have mora.
A. R. COLE, Agent
Marshfleld, Vt. Tel. 12-2
H017SESF0RS 1ALE
FOR BALE My home place located in Chel
sea, village, about IS acres of lend; 13
ruom house, convenient barn attached and
garage, all in Al shape; pure spring
water system supplying house and barn
and three other patrons ; bath room, fur
nace beat, modern plumbing, electric
lights, large- veranda, H acre growing al
falfa, cut tfiree timea each season for pea'
three years, grafted fruit, butternut trees
in bearing, cu!tivted strawberries, rasp
berries, blackberries, gooseberries, two nice
grape vines in bearing, splendid garden ;
property surrounded by woven wire fence:
reason for selling, going; to California;
price right for cash ; with or without
household goods and other personal prop
erty: Wm.H. Sprague, Chelsea, Vf. )10t8
FOR SALE Residence of the lata Wheeler
J. Baitbeldrr of Plainneld ; property con
sists of well-kept nine-room house, 24
stories,, with good barn attached and nice
garden in rear; pleasantly situated, on
alight elevation, with fine view ia all direc
tions ; independent spring of water, and
spaeioua lawn, with grove of large maples;
must be seen to be appreciated: M. E.
Batchelder. Plainneld. VermonL UOtS
A TWO-TENEMENTHOUSE at 14 Third
street for sale or to rent; will be re
paired if rented; tel. 409-W or inquire of
Mrs. M. H. Clough. 12 Ferry street, Barre.
'601
JAMES STREET HOUSE of 7 rooms; hen
house 12x0 ft.; house ia lighted by elec
tricity; has t bay windows; teller cemented;
plenty o fruit and good garden : price
1.000.00; this ia a pleasantly located home
and convenient for granite workers ; D. A.
Ferry Real Estate Agency. Barre, tf
FOR SALE Six-room cottage house at the
corner of Park and High streets; large
garden and 2 henhouses ; easy payments if
desired; inquire at 80 Eastern avenue er
telephone84i-X. ?"
FOR SALfcaCroom modern house en Men
pelier road: piasta, barn, henhouse. Z
acres land , reasonable : also 2-tenetnent
houaa at ii Merchant street and cottage
house on Washington street; Mrs. H. 6-
Miles, tel. 2U-X. 04tJf
FOR "SALE A alee heme In South Barre;
10-room house, barn, henhouse and garden;
house ia heated by a 8penrer steam heater,
which cannot be beaten, burnt the cheap
buckwheat coal ; electric lights in house and
bars; Bice lawn with shade trees and larue
bery; will sell at a big sacrifice: inquire of
W. L, Cart at Jones Bros. Co. or on prem
ises. tf
FOR SALE 7-roora cottage, ail modern con
veniences i barn, garage, I lota if desired ;
owner leaving city ; 1. Bossi. tt Berlin
street ttf
FOR SALE Trow block, lit South Mala
street, contains t stores, ! tenements, also
I building iots ; good renting property ; price
for immediate sale, ,u0: 11. G. Boyee. It
Academy street. T-tf
"GREENLEIGH."20nrMe7n etreet. for
aale : the semi-bungalow residence of the
hue W. F. Milne, built within 1 years: con
tains T rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish
and floors throughout, set tuhe, cement cel
lar floor and eteam heat ; henhouse and I ex
tra lots go with the property; apple trees,
berry bushw. etc.. and garden In good con
dition : apply to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel.
42S-M. r?tf
FOR 8ALE Two-swry, 1-tenement house.
with good barn and rallar under house
and barn, all in good repair: each tenement
has 1 rooms, electric lights and bath : plenty
of garden for both tenements ; the barn
could, for a small amount of money, be
made into a -room tenement: this Is good
property to buy for home er investment : sit
uated at 14 Clark street: prire right: tele
phone KS-R or inquire at 21-22 Howland
building; Elwin U 6eott. W
MODERATE PRICED
HOMES
To close within the next few
days we are allowed to offer
these attractive homes at much
less than iheir actual value.
Owned by non-residents.
NEW HOUSE AND BARN with S acre
of land, just outatHe the city on the East
Montnelicr road, for only $1.600.00 ; the
owner built htia for a horn and would not
sell except that circumstances make it neces
sary to leave the state; the buildings could
not be erected for 13.0O0.00 to-day : easy
terms.
NEARLY NEW S-ROOM HOUSE and a
very large lot. lafliUO ft; located about
7 or 8 minutea from pcetoffice; this is a
well-constructed house aad has bee oeeo
nleri br two families; is a good trade at
1 1,660. OS.
riANO TUNING
n itTHtH RKED
ROT I4S. XONTI'LLlfcR- Leave errs
PERRY & N00NAN
UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS
Hospital Ambulance Service
Undertakers and
Licensed Embalmers
Depot Sqtsara. Barre TeL eonaactloa, 421-W
SEE US
IN OUR NEW LOTATIOV
We are now ready te aerve bntk old aad
new ruatomere with a birh grade ef Jewelry.
Repair work guaranteed.
O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler i
?4 FLM hTREET
SOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN '
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GAGE & GAGE I
OIIROFKACTORS
Hours Daily: S-1S a. as. except Tass aaya
and Thursdsya. 2-8 p. as. j
Evenings : .Ml to fc. except Tuaafeye aad
Saturday
Ba-eye M-e koowts. Barre. let -W. I Tsese .-"
BARRE, VFRWONT
Safety Steering
Control
Saves Tires, Saves Nerves,
Saves Life. Stron? 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 5ou ar4 not
satisfied after SO days free
trial.
A. M. FLANDERS
7 Ko. Msia St. Brre, Vt.
II, 400.00 WITH I500.(M DOWN tore res
thia desirable t-nnn bouse with 4 large
Iota, en Kynock avenue; good comfortable
barn ; spring water; a real home, handy to
he stonesheds : you will want to look thia
over ; good chance to ke a cow aad hens :
plenty of land for garden track.
OWNER IS LEAVING TOWN and wiehea
to sell et once: price only tl.85S.00 with
fsno dowa : at at 8 minutes' walk to poet
office: convenient to the new mill: will
real for enough to make an esceptionally
good investment; better loo it up.
MAPLE AVENUE HOUSE for anly
ft. 700. 00; a rood trade: you can at the
rent clak by purchasing a home end by
looking any ef the above aver end yon will
readily ace the n rices are tower tbaa yoot
can buy for within a few monthv
THE D. A. PERRY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED AT ONCE Good all around
farm hand; unmarried, middle-aged man
preferred : E. P.Walbndge, CabotVt. 11U8
SHOE REPaTREKS WANTED two or
three workmen ; good pay, steady job ;
address or call on D. C. Wilmot, 112 No.
Main street. . HOW
WANTED'AT ONCE 60 Good Woodsmen
to cut and skid logs ; also some good
jobs to let. Stafford A Tindale, Putinfleld,
Vt.,F. H. Goodridte, Manager. 107U8
WANTED A Married Man to Work aa
- farm and drive team. Good ' pay and
steady poaition for right man. Can rent
tenement on farm. Apply E, A. Moultcn,
on H. M. Farnham farm. Phone 48-Y,
Montpelier. lOStf
FIRST-CLAS8 MAN WANTED at Cutler's
Stable. 103tf
FOR SALE
WANTED
UNSKILLED
PHYSICALLY FIT MEN FOR
INTERESTING WORK
ON STEEL SHIP CONSTRUCTION,
TO EARN .(t PER HOUR
AND OVER AFTER
A COUPLE OF WEEKS
INSTRUCTION CALL AT '
THE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
THE ATLANTIC CORPORATION,
PORTSMOUTH, N. H.
10JU8
WANTED AT ONCE First-class brieklay-
ars. 81.17Vj per hour: tenders 80c: 12
months' work; Louis A. Lafrance, Windsor,
Vt. ; apply to Mr. Goulet. Supt.. 8tf
WANTED Three flrat-clasa letter cutters;
one who can carve; aiso three granite
cutters ; best of wages ; address C. Schlei-
ters Sens. Freedom, Pa ?H
TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few tons of
hsy for sale; apply to N. M. Nelson, I
Merchant street. . ?ltf
WANTED At Fletcher quarry. Woodbury.
Vt ; open shop quarry from Mar. 1, 1S20 ;
wanted now, 2 complete derrick crawl ; I
hava a general store and furnish goods to
men in my employ at wholesale prices ;
houses rent at 88.00 to 110.00 per month:
surface quarry and good machinery: write
for mora Information and state your experi
ence in a granite or marble onarry ; will
hire a few apprentices ; E. R. Fletcher,
Woodbury, Vt. 1"
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED Pastry cook, good job for com
petent cook ; no one need apply who
cannot give good references ; Hotel Barre,
Karri. Vt. UOti
MAID W A NTED For Corridor Work. Ap
ply HeatonHospiUil, Mctpriier,yt.10ti
WANTED A capable girl for general house
work: permanent position; Mrs. E. K.
Bates, 85 College street, Montpelier, Vt.
104tf
WANTED An all-round cook; tel. 408-W.
Central Cafe. lOltf
WANTED All-round cook for small sum
mer inn : apply to William M. Gale. Lake
Morey. Falrlee, Vt. S7tf
HIRED GIRL WANTED for general house
work in a family of 8 : no children : good
wages: permanent position; Mrs. H. W.
Kemp. 80 School street, Montpelier. 7tf
EFFlCrENTlCOOK.sitreiisii""and kitchen
women wanted at once at Miller's Inn.
Montpelier. 7Mf
PUPILS NURSES "WANTED Youne women
to train as nurses at Barre City Hospital,
Barre. 15"
WANTED Pupil "nurses and attendants at
the Taunton State Hospital : wares. S3S.00
rer month with maintenance: for partirulai
dd Dr. Arthur V. Go. Supt., Taunton
Stata Hospital. Taunton, Mass. f4tf
MALE AND FEMALE HELP
Ci.ERKS, (men. women) 18 upward, for
Postal Msil Service. $18R month. Ex
aminations July-August. ' Experience- un
necessary For freey particulars, writs R.
Teri y (former Civil Service Examiner! St
Continental Bid.. Washington. 10St7
HELP WANTED Young men and women to
take positions aa attendants at the Ver
mont Stata Hospital for the Insane at Wa
terbury; to those who dseire, an opportunity
offered to attend nurses' training course;
apply at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt. ltf
HOUSES TO RENT
SUMMER-CdTTA"GEtHighrteSpn:ngs
to rent: inquire of C. R. Wheaton. 14
Ayars street; tel.t41-M. 108t
TO RENT- So-all tenement at 8 East
street, suitable for man and wife: also
rnttaee house to rent. Inquire of G. L.
Woodworth. Eatman BJock; I07tf
TO RENT One eottue house of six rnoena
and bath for 812 and one warm
first floor tenement ef fve rooms with
ewer connections for fo.5) per ninth.
Keys at OS Pleaeent street or write to L.
F. Fortner. IMainnHd ' 107W
TENEMENT TO RENT Injur of Mrs.
James A hern, tel. 248-W, 41 East street.
9t
TORRENT Small tenement at SSI North
Main etreet: also a S-room tenement en
North Seminary street: O. D. Shurtleff, 8?
North Main street. T4tf
TO RENT Downstairs tenement of 8 rooms,
pantry and bath, electric lights and large
rardrn. together with been privileges: a
cant June IS: situated at 14 ClsrV street;
telephone M-R or Imtufre a 21-22 Howland
building. Elwin Scott. itj
TO RENT 8-room eottaee on Wrench street,
newly repaired; call 893-SS : F. H. Nichols.
Mf
TO RTvVT Fiveroom tenement with garden
at 84 Elm wood avenue: apply at same ad.
drws. .
TO RENT 8 all tenement at No. IT Addi
son lce: 1100 per month; Inquire ef
E. M. White. ?T Upland avenue. tf
TO RFNT Tenement 4 rooms, ilS a mo.:
Smith place. Maple avenue: Smith Proa.
S4rf
TO RENT 8-rr wm I tenement. 1st (toor. The
Northern; all modern : apply at 80 North
Main street. 4tf
TO RENT Tenement at S3 Merchant street,
also 4 tenements on Willey street, all tn
(trat-cUss shspe: Men i Improvements;
Geo. W. Mann.M Welllneton etreet. 8tf
FOR RENT -A good 7-rootn cottare house,
spring wster. bath :. Batchelder street:
H. W. Scott. Bolster block. 14tf
FURNISHED ROOMS
TO RENT Two furnished rooms for light
hmisekee-ing. centrally located: Inquire
at 87 Jefferson street. llilti
. WANTED
WANTED Pastiioa aa bookkeeper ar
stenographer by young lady; high achool
graduate; address "H. S. G," Tunea OnV-
WANTED By wsdow with small child.
positron aa housekeeper in small family
on a farm; Mia. Mary CofTlin. 8 Spauld-
ing street: phone 1SS-M. , tOMJI
WANTED By a refined, middle-aged lady.
position aa housekeeper or care of In
valid: "MA. CV"care Barre Timt. IOtS
WANTED Position aa bookkeeper, either In
Montpelier or Barre, by yosing lady with
live years' experience in general eftVe work.
Can opere typewriter: beet of retereneea.
Add aa "Bookkeeper," cart Tunea Ofoce
1 u riv
WANTED TO RENT or T-renra eottaee in
dnirable location near school about Sept.
1: S. L. Rugglea. City Engr. I04tf
FOR SALE At Greenwood lake, Woodbury,
Vermont, cottage, bam, large lot, plenty
of wood : desirable location : must aell to
close estate; W. J. Perrin, adm. Illt2
FOR SALE Electrically equipped! tore
speed Excelsior motorcycle, in good con
dition i a bargain for cash; apply Oliver's
Battery Station. . HOW
FOR SALE Cap bird aingera endalso
other canaries on aale ; singers 83 each,
females 81.60 each; wish to sell at onca;
Mrs. D. R. Tibbetta, Plainneld, Vt, R. F.
P. 1. -- , . 110t8
FOR SALE Complete barber shop outnt,
two hydraulic chairs, three large mirrors,
lavatory and water heater, electric vibra
tor, bench bottles, towels, aorona. ate. : Jos
eph Collins, 140 Stata street, Montpelier, Vt.
lusts
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR SALE
Including Glen wood beater, Packard or
gan and refrigerator : combination book-
rase and writng desk. Mrs. Elsie Csven, (
mount street. 1 07 tf
FOP. SALE A good .ipply oi Gold titsl
Congoleum ; Floor Coverjnm, Art Kugs,
all Paper, Boon n a and Paints ef high
quality at reasonable pricea. L. F. Fortney.
Plainfield. JuJW
FOR SALE One-half horse power Emerson
motor; Inquire at 62 Brook street. 7tf
FOR SALE One good Glenwood cabinet
stove with hot water front; 47 Patterson
street ; 'phone 236-J 95tf
FOR SALE-fwcottages at Lake Grotois!
situated at head of the lake, with a nice
beach; lot has several hundred pine trees of
8 years' growth; cottages contain good cook
toves, dishes, bedding and other camp fur
niture: inquire of A. L. Hooper, Groton,
Vermont 8btf
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; prices
on application ; James Sullivan. 114 Park
street, Bsrre, Vt ljltf
" MONO RUBBER ROOF PAINT I water,
weather, fire and sunproof; 800 lbs. to kbit
I am ready to paint or repair your roofs:
E. L. Denamore, 1 Pleasant street. 112tf
AUTOMOBILES
FORCED TO SELL my Saxon-Six at once;
one of the best engines in Vermont all '
admit ; for quick sale 8760 ; D. C. Hunt
ington. 63 Wjahlngton street 110t8'
FOR SALE 1916 model IWS6 Buick-ear?
overhauled and not been used thia year;
good tires ; interested party call 411-M or
at plant: Corrtolli Co. 108tf
FOR SALE Overland runabout, model 81,
in good running order: always ready
for the road ; all good tires, one extra tire ;
shock absorbers ; also Winchester rifle, cali
bre 32-40. half magazine, just aa good as
new ; call after 4 o'clock. Wm. H. Mc
Laughlin, Webeterville. 107W
t'SED CAR FOR 8 A LEI A "Cole"; running
. order : apply at Palace Garage. Barre. 102 tf
AUTOMOBILE TlVERY-Arrange tripsby
calling Mrs. H. S. Miles, Montpel er road.
tel. 217-X. - 3tf
AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Ford auto for
sale . also would carry passengers even
ings or Sundays : reasonable prices : address
Charles N. Scott Graniteville. Vt, Tel.
227-8. 0tf
DODGE TRUCK FOR SALE Screen body
flmt-claaa condition, good aa new, 1818
model ; "run about 8,000 miles. Fisher Farm,
Bethel. Vt ltf
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
FOa SALE Four High-Grade Jersey Cows.
all to freshen in early fall ; also one
extra good work horse, weight 1200. Priced
right for immediate aale. A. L. La fayetts.
Plainfield Vt 107t8
A FEW FOUR" WEEKS OLD PIGS FOR
Sale. N. E.. JVt. 896-18. I!is
FOR RAi,E-6ne yoke of oxen, weight about
8.000 fhs. : for further particulars call
283-W. Montpelier, Vt 100tl2
. HORSES AND VEHICLES
FOR SALE Good work horse, nine yean
old. weight 1400 lbs. : also two good
drivers, safe and clever; pigs, seven
weeksjild : E J. Dunn, Marshfleld, Vt llltf
FOR SALE Two heavy express wagons t
apply to C. M. Leith. 86 Merchant street.
Barrej phone 639-W. . UOtS
FOR BALE-bne good work team, weight
about 2700 lbs.: years old. WU sell
at 20 per cent discount ; also two good
drvers. Inqure of J. A. F pence, R. D. 2,
Box 70. Barre. Beckjey Hill. l7tS
TWO PAIR WORK HORSES FOR SALE
Also harness, one extra heavy milk
wagon and one lighter one C. M. Gould.
Montpelier, Tel. 466-6. lOStf
CORD TIRES, FABRIC TIRES
AH sixes in stork all the time
From 28x3 to 37x5
We put them on for you'. When
in need of Tires or Accessories,
just remember
COLTON'S PLACE
84 Sate 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
84 State Street Montpelier. Vermont
OIL"ADVANCES AUG. 1
Better bu 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 Bute Street Montpelier. Vermont
CARLOAD OF GRAIN
THRESHERS JUST IN
We can furaiah all si see with or without
all attarhmenta for handling any kind at
grain.
They are all set op ready for yw or in
spection and our price ia right We can
fumh you a complete thrasher on a min
ute's notice for 3-4S. A machine) guar
an tend in every way to give you perfect
satisfaction.
Look theaB over whila our stock is son
pleta. MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY STANDING HAfTteT
-M.
WANTED TO BUY A hay lack. U to ll
ft Jong: tel. 242-M. tf
CASK PRICES PAID for rags, rubbers, met.
ab, a-agaitnes. hidea. and bags a specialty I
'phone 4t?-& Hmm Gould. 1(1 Brook ttrert.
v T2t'
W A NTEtFTtFBUY Second-hand furnltn-n,
took and stove. ; Innuire O. Smith. 837 Ne.
Maia etreet. tel. 72-M.
CLAIRVOYANTS
THE GREAT GYPSY" WITCHe4ratoo
fortune telling cards by Madam LeNor.
maad. 61. per pack, sent by mail p aid :
Williams Book Store. 638
Warwetrr. Msss.
Main street,
104tle
North Maia Street '
MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES
lat Fane. Webster i"e and Gisitei!!e to Barre
Ora.e. Wshirstott an.! Viliianistowa t Bans
Lorg i .stance trips
M. J. WHITCOMR Et Barre, Vermont
TELEPHONE 3-W
I - ii i .. -
-J itZjgMli
7.ot) LA. f nn stria- m ' J j
5e per seiW. - 1 I ? l rm'i
I t-SSSrg
jk-v -H aa.n.ilat t t i .b. a
ESTATE OP rRANCESCO JAMIZO
State of Venr oat. District ef Washington. a.
The honor able pre-eto court for tbe dis
trict of Washington, te all persons Interest
ed in the eetste ef Franreaco Jsautso. iat
of town ef Barre. ia said dnvtrtrt deceoeed,
""'u probate court, koMeei at Mortf-lier.
with in and for said cistrirt oa the IJtb y
of Jv. 120. aa inetmmeeit pen oclin
la be the hurt will and teelsraent of Fran
tfmn Jenvtse late o4 towa of Barre.
avd dist-et, derrased. was presented to the
court aroriaaia. iot pro-. ,
And it ts lerrd by '4 court that ttie .
to day ef Awat !-'. at the probate oeUce
ia eeia simiseiwr. w .-. ,
eatd inetniment : aad that " V-!
of He gieea to all nco woe eooee ee r
niblvtine; tha erArr th e weeks suf i rsisrcecy
ia ie Bai-e Daily T'mw. a rr r
cirrvjiating m that vsrinitv. to ear alatnet,
. tVa trme app"ed.
TKERETORE. - ar- beeebv a-tifted to
P-re afe-a.d. and coiWt U-e piwbate ad
said wuL if yoa have etas 1
Giroa ander iry et M -tre'-r.
said a-trtct, U-r. 1-tS day 4
FRANK J. MARTIN, eedr.
Juljl-r-Aal
LOST AND FOUND
STRAYED into ayyard. sis yearlmga.
three blsek and white, and three Jc-wry
color. Ear mark -V. 8- A. B. I." Call
at once, peg erpeasee aad get the etock.
at. C. Cutler. East Montoei-r. l7t
COMMISSIOWERS' HOTICE
tSTtTE OF CVRTia A- MARTIN
The ondersigaed. having beea appointed by
lite booonable probata reurt for tbe datrirt
1 Washington. eoeniiesionet. to receive,
examia. and adjust the clainw and demaads
r4 ail persona arainwt the eetate ef Carta) A.
Martin, late of Marehtield. ia sa4 wtr--t.de-rnaee-.
aad all clauns esh'bited in offset
the mo. benby give aotrre thai wa will meet
foe (fee purpoae ate asaid. at tbe residccMC
o4 the U'e Carlie A. J-artia. in U town
of Manhheld. ia eatd aaMnrt. oei the lth
aay of Auarust and 14th day of Dwewle'
ne-it. fr a 1 ocioik p. m. ueul 4 ocxvk
m . oa e-b ad said d-ra. aad tt stv
m-etha fras the lth - of June. A. D
!.. the t-m li ru-a bv aaie co-rt for
aid crciitors to fi'sent their caons to
lor examination sod eile aace.
Petea et Manhhrrd. U. 1st dsy ee Jury.
A D. IK
hs. r rrtRT.
M. A. M".fc, Ceeamiseanw
JaiU-i?-
rnBTITVKS TOLD Let my cla
aid rou la regard to frendhipe. love ar
buaineM I.uira I. Page, school street,
plainheld. Vt. ll-t-
MISCELLANEOUS
GENERAL AND "LONG" DISTANCE TRUCKj
lVi; A ise aauipped to take parties ; call
8C4-M. TlA
ADVERTISE YOUR
V A NTS I X THE
TIMES AND GET
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