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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1920. ABOVT THE STATE Oil DUYerent Sections. tTaJter R. White of Tanton is a can- jttHta.t for senator from Addison cbun tjfrjH represented the town In the afciSIature sessions of 1808 and 1017 ytrThe freight engine which went through the Alburg bridge and has fceen lying at the bottom of ' Lake vbamplam since April 3, will be recov ed by the Rutland Railway company. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Seward observed deir golden wedding anniversary at heir home in East Wallineford July CI. Several hundred friends attended pt celebration planned in their honor. $ On the occasion of the reception giv- by Governor Coolidge at his pater- il home In Plymouth, E. C. Tuttle of lutland presented him a 81-year-old tap of Plymouth, made in 1859 by J. Stickney, father of cx-Gov. Stick- Jsey of Ludlow. j -,Both the chautauquai people and the guarantors lost money on the aerie of Intertainments given in St. Johnsbury this year, but it was planned to be .gain on the itinerary next year. The suspense of the chautauquai people for the week there was said to be, $1,600. This is the second year the guarantors there have had to pay a deficit. report given by Mrs. Francis L. pigginson of Boston, chairman of the War savings committee, shows that in .Vermont school sales of war savings itamps amounted to $8,020.97, that 3, 068 pupils registered and 708 invested, making the investment 2.80 per capita. In tjie Happy Jack and school savings clubs sales, Vermont did not report, ex cept that there were 12 clubs of the kind in the state. Weston Rankin, son of Rev. and Mrs. H B. Rankin of Newport, suffered Fri day the third accident since school closed and his vacation began. He was playing on the armory grounds under a staging on - which was standing a wheelbarrow, someone stepped on a loose plank and the wheelbarrow fell over, striking the boy on the back and knocking him unconscious. The blow tightened the muscles and proved very painful, but is not serious. Df. Edward R. Lynch of Brattle boro has purchased the Melrose hospi tal in West Brattleboro of Mrs. Helena D. Mathews and took possession yes terday. The hospital will be conducted under the name of the Melrose Hos pital association. Miss Beatrice J. Harael, a graduate of the Hart private hospital in Boston in 1016 and since then engaged in private nursing and as a surgical nurse and assistant to Dr. Lynch, will be the matron, with Miss Frances Kelley, who has been doing private' cursing in Springfield, Mass., ai head nurse. A mysterious fire was extinguished the last of the week in the Sigma Nu fraternity house in Burlington, next door to the Isham house, where a fire only recently seriously damaged the building, the earlier one also being of mysterious origin. In the fraternity house, which is occupied by Frof. J. W. Kichols and party of the summer school of the University of Vermont, the blaze started in an upper room, where no one had been since early in the evening, and burned the entire con tent! of that room, with a loss of about $1,000, covered by insurance. The ceil ings were of ornamental plaster of fur is and very valuable. Goat Feathers. : Goat feathers, according to Ellis Tarker Butler, are what, under the nam of honors, other people stick on in order to make a goat of you. When an odd job has to be done, when an or namental position has to be occupied, when a time-consuming fancy has to hit made real, some one suggests you as a very willing person. The feather is made in tha form of a decoration. A little more of precious morning time is wasted. A little more of your regu lar work is neglected. But you are now honorable secretary of the "So ciety for Inducing Citizens not to Throw Taper on the Streets," or you are president of the local "Domestic Dames fo rthe Diminuation of Drudg ery." More interminable meetings have to be attended, letters written, eom'en tiona organized. Thus your limited supply of energy, which ought to go to your own particular job, is frittered away. You beeome jack of all trades and master of none. Everyone knows you as a good-natured person, but no one would think of consulting you as an expert on anything. , This ia a temptation for everyone who ia not hopelessly incompetent or crabbed. This spreading of vitality rofca the home of many an efficient mother and the church of host of effi cient ministers. The minister on his vacation, as he looks forward to the enlargement of his church activity in tha fall, should make up his mind to be-nm an expert at his a special job rather than a local convenience stuck all over with gnat feathers. Tha minister ought to be an etpert on religion. He ought to be the kind cf nun people would feI like consult ing upon methods of prayer, upon ques tions of immortality and about busi ness ethic. He ought to know bow to read the Bible. Hi prayers ought to void the arid ritual nt th "Bleu, the Punday School" variety. Every word in thfm shonld ! thoroughly iwpre rated with thu-lt and pasaion. lie nught to be able to talk about reli gion personally without snaking the ether van feel nnnatnrsL He raa only attain this repartation an! capacity if fee minds ki j-K Yet hi "fth siu( t he cm-trued rit k!It. He vrt tree Vn!f frcm the ttranny f r-nra an! man-rrm- Tbe emkut.. tit sua ear. '. rdt!y dtatt mi, e-f ap- The Infernal Question , LEFT INSURANCE FOR HORSE proach must be taboo to him. Only by entering into and approaching the oth er fellow's point of view can you get him to listen to you. Let him be one thing first. After that, like any other citizen, he can take on a moderate number of minor jobs, just to show that he is a citizen as well as ad minister. But almost all just fairly good min isters are so because they are not ex perts in their own line first. People do not instinctively feel that they are "Men of God," that they live on a high er level morally and spiritually than other men; that they have wider sym pathies than most with "all sorts and conditions of men." From the Congre gationalist and Advance. 000, a decrease of $11.5,000,000 from May exports of $746,000,000 and $297, 000,000 less than the exports of $028, 000,000 in June of last year. Gold imports amounted to $151,000, 000 and gold exports to $467,000,000 in the fiscal year 1020, while silver im ports totaled $103,000,000 in value, against silver exports of $179,000,000. THETFORD MAY MAKE CIDER. And May Serve It to Bona Fide Guests, Saya Kennedy. State's Attorney E. W. Gibson of Brattleboro received from J. E. Ken nedy, collector of internal revenue for the district of Vermont, with office at Burlington, relative to procedure in re gard to cider and fruit juices. The text of the letter follows: 'Replying to your letter of July 17, I am enclosing Mini. 84, which ex plains the procedure in regard to cider and fruit juices. i "Fruit juices may be manufactured for home use, regardless of the fact that in time they will become more than one-half of one per cent of alcohol by volume. In this connection they are held to be non-intoxicating in fact. rather than non-intoxicnting as defined by section 1 of the Volstead act. ' "However, such fruit juices and cuter may not be sold except to persons hold- ng permits to manufacture vinegar, a farmer may take his apples, to a cus toms mill and have eider made, and then use it exclusively In his home. This would, of course', include bona fide guests. A person, however, may not make the so-called home Drews witn out being liable to the full penalties provided by the Volstead act. A paragraph in mimeogrspn !, to which the collector refers, says that It the maker of such cider and fruit uices desires to do so, he may (1) sell sucb cmer ana iruit juirm i an.y umt to persons having permits to make vin egsr; this he may do under the pro visions of said section 2. (2) if he preserves such cider and fruit juices at the time they are made, he may sen same to the public in general; this he may do under the provisions of section 4 of title II of said act. (31 Or he may- sell said cider and other fruit juices so long as they contain lesa than one half of One per cent of alcohol, but the purchasers thereof cannot use or pos er the same after they contain more than one-half of one per cent of alco hoi; this he may do under the provi sions of sections 1 and 3 of title II of said act." From the above It will be seen that person buying eider of a farmer must nse it or preserve it wio holie content becomes one hail I one per cent, otherwise he ia liable to prose- ' . . . A ' 1 . ... .... I. cution. This regulation. m.r.-i. not intended to cover the commercial use of cider and fruit juices, - Foreign Trade Climbs Daring Fiscal Year teao. The farm bureau meeting at acad emy hall was attended by a representa tive bunch of farmers and their wives, with a good sprinkling of boys and girls. County Agent Dwinell outlined the work being undertaken by the members. Assistant , County Agent Manager J. C. Carrigan told of work being undertaken and results achieved in other sections of the state. The state demonstration leader, Charlotte C. Pierpont of Burlington, explained the functions and adaptability of home demonstration workers, as well as the need of such a worker in this county. Plans were discussed for securing the necessary membership. E. G. Sfiader of Brockton, Mass., is enjoying a vacation at C. A. Jenkins.' Word hss been received of the mar riage in Xew York of Laura Seaver and Mervin Kadieu. Both are well known in this town. Flora Downer of Sterling Junction, Mass., ia visiting friends and" old neigh bors in this town. She taught the past year in New York City. Charle. Coombs is out with a new car. No Fear. "That tipping is declining We read," said Thomas Wrott; "But by yon sun that'a shining I'll swear the tipped are not."--Boaton Transcript. 1 Better Than He Knew. '"Bill has eloped with my wife." "Why, I thought he was your best friend." "So he is, but he doesn't know it yet." Boston Transcript. E8TATE OF MA BY MARION GARVEY SUte of Vermont, District of Washington, as. The honorable probate rourt for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested la the estate of Mary Marion Carver, lata of City of Barn, ia said district, deceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, said court has asaitmed the 17th day of August, next for examining and allowing the account of the axeenUvr of tha astata of said aw ed and for a dscrw oi tha residua of said aatata ta tha law ful claimants of tha same and ordered that public JiolW thereof b riven to ell persons interested in said estate by publishlne; this order, three weeks sweaivel previous to the day aaatoned In tte Barre Dally Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barra, la said rfintrtrt. THEREFORE. vw are hereby notified to appear at the probate office In M-mtpelier, ia said dietrirt, on the day assirned, then and there to eantest the allowance of said ac count if you see causa, and te establish your right as hefrt, letstaos and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 21th day of July, 120. FRANK t. MARTIN, Jurfre- July27-AucS-10 ESTATE OP JAMES A. THOMPSON' ESTATE OP JAMES A. WALKER Kij milli ight billion one hundred and eleven inn dollars repreenta the total value nf all export shipments from the United States during the fiscal year ended June 30. I9iO. the greatest value in the history of the tountry's foreign trade. This i an inrrea of ft-p ono.nnrt over the exports of 7.2S2, onft.rssj during the ne.-el year 1919. ac cording to official Igvires iaeued to-day bv the Bureau of Foreign and IVime tic Commerce, Department 'f Com merce. Th imports of .rt.Kt.ncO in th feral year end"d with .tune ex.cdcl KT a j l4.nojal.0iO the import of 3 nH.- (no. ia the ncal year 1!19. Imports in Jun totaW VW.rt."wvv. an increase of lil.rt. over the May fgnrea of M.T.V and V WoVyvo mote than the impute .rue-eisel in Jen of last year. One r.elf of th Jnn imports enitt t-f durtsMc artWIea. th h.Ct pfeper tin of dutiable lanpnrtt in any mwiih inr Jutv. J?H. Prelim nary rfijHn'e t.at th i due tn tin'jua',W larr iaftfvt ol auer. Jur.e etr.rte ewnie'ed to M1 ""V State of Vermont, District of Washlng-toa. as. The hnnorshle prohote court 'or the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons In teres tad In the tttHte of James A. Welker, late of City of Rarre, in said district, deceased. GREETNG: WHEREAS, said court has assiamed the lth day of Auiruet next for examininf ana sllowint: the arcr-unt of the administratrix of the estate of ssid deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be riven to all persons inter ested in said estate by publishing this arder three werks successively previous ta tb dsy assirned. In the Barra Daily Times, a news paper published at the city of Barre. ia ssid dlstrfrf. THEREFORE, yoa are hereby notified ta appear at the probate office In Montpelier, In ssid district, on the day aatianed. then and there to contest th allowance of aald account If you see cause, and to eetsbhsh ynur rl-nt as heirs, I fitters and lawful claimants to said residue. Civ en under sny hand, this 26th day of July, I9UO. FRANK J. MARTIN. Jitdf. JulyZT-AuaJ-lfl Stat of Vermont, District of Wsshlnjrton. a. Th honorable prooat court for th dis trict sforaaaid, te all persona interested in the aetata of Jamea A. Thompson, late of City nf Barre, ia said His tret, deceased, GREET TNG : WHEREAS, said court ha assirned the 19th day of Aturust next for exsmlnina and allowiiur th trustee of a fund created by order of court, for tha benefit of Abhie Will, an absent beir. and far a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claim ants of th same, and ordered that public no tice thereof be riven to all interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous t the day as sumed. In the Heirs Dsily Times, a newspa per published at the city of Bun, la said district. THEREFORE, yen are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpeiiar. in said district, on the day assirned, then aad there to contest th allowance of ssid account if you see cause, and to establish your rirbt a hairs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. (liven under my hand, this ISth day of July, 1910. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judr. Jul?7-AtirS-l ESTATE OP WILLIAM A. PERRY State of Vermont. District of Waahingrton. as The honorsble probata court for the dis trict of Washington, to all persons Interest ed In th estata of William A. Ferry, lata of the cirv of Barre, ia said district, de ceasad. (.KKETING i At a probata court, holden at Montpelier, within and for said dietrirt. on the U'th day of July. 10, Clayton V. Perry, executor of the last will and testament of ssid William A. Perry, deceased, makes application to til in aid court hia bond in substitution for ha farmer bond now on file in said court. And it ia ordered by said court that the th day of A u rust. 1020. at th probate nVe In said Montpelier, be assirned for acttnr on said application ; and that notice thereof he riven to all pcraonc concerned, by publishlng thia order three weeks successively in the Rarre Daily Times, newspaper circulating in that vicinity. In said district, previous ta th time appointed. THEREFORE, yen are lierehy notified to appear before said rovrt, at the time and piece aforesaid, and contest the Aline of said bond, if yow have cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier. la ssid district, this 1?1h day of July, lSO. FRANn. J. MARTIN. Judge. Jul 13-20-17 Overseas Veteran Made Stipulation Regarding Disposal of $10,000. Buffalo, y. Y., July 27. Kniplow, a 13 years old stallion, was the bene ficiary named in the $10,000 war insur ance policy carried by JIarry K. Thur man of Memphis, Tenn., and his aunt, Mrs. Mary Mitchell, is complying with the terms of the policy. Thurman died in action overseas. The facts in the case came out when Mrs. Mitchell sought to have Kniplow placed among the mounts of Troop I, state guard, in the armory here. Hhe said Thurman was much attached to the horse and having no near relatives Administrator's Sale at Auction In settlement of the estate of the late Milford C. Veino the undersigned will sell at public auction on the premises in Barre Town near the P. C. Wheaton quarry, the following articles of personal property: Light lumber wagon, sleigh, potato digger, two bug gies, harnesses, halters, pr. wagon shafts, wagon jack, two buckaws, vise, hand saw, rakes, milk cans, ladders, axe, chains, bars, hoe, two hammers, wheelbarrow, and a lot of other prop erty not mentioned. Also the follow ing articles of household furniture: Sewing machine, kitchen stove, sitting room stove, five chairs, three stands, bureau, bedroom suite. The aaie will begin at a o'clock Saturday Afternoon, July 31st. F. C. BANCROFT, Administrator. 0. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. AUCTION i 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, Tlarn and Lot, pleasantly situated and in excellent repair. PERSONAL PROPERTY Complete bedroom set,- seven pieces, one iron bedstead, one spindle bedstead, two couches, one secretary, one dining table, two other tables, mattresses, feather beds, and pillows; new Home sewing machine, one willow rocker, one platform rocker, several bureaus, stands, chairs, tools of various kinds, two parlor lamps and other lamps, wash tubs, boiler, pails, dihes, tea kettle, eartbern jars and many other articles not mentioned. u A. M. GOODRICH, Adm'r. H. S. DRURY, Auctioneer. who would suffer through his 'death, he decided to provide for the enimal's care in case he did not return. The surplus, above the cost of the horse's keep goes to Mrs. Mitchell.. Kniplow is' suffering from a sprained tendon but is recovering, and is ex pected to become a part of Trooop Is outfit, where he is a great favorite. , V A Devout Wish, i . "My wife always finds something to harp on.". , - "I hope mine does." "Why do you say you" hope she doesT"l5oston Transcript. V r . Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Bale, To Let, etc. short adver tisenients at the rat of three lines for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and ten cents for each subsequent Insertion. FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE 80-acre furm, 8 miles from R R. wtatioa on main road. mile from school and 2 churches, near neighbors, plen ty of water by spring; and lance brook, nice sugar bush of about 850 trees, besides other lumber ; for quick sale $1,600 including crop ; sold on easy terms ; apply to Geo. C. Benjsmin, Plalnticld. Vt. 10tf FARMS FOR SALE 40-ACRB FARM In HarshSeld, U ml. from pos tonics on Cabot toad; location ne of V.i hcs.; a large lMi story house, 10 rooms, all lit Ane shape: verandas both sides, tele phone' and share of stock; 80-ft. barn with basement, built S yrs. ago; running water to house and barn ; garage, henhouse and tool house: buildings all painted; land lays warm ; smooth, machine-mowing fields, good pastures, quite a quantity of timber and wood ; a nice borne for someone. I40-ACRR FARM in Marshfleld, 1H ml. from postoffioe: E-ttory house in good shape ; good big bam just recently built over ; euqipped with litter carrier and horse fork : shed roo and toolhousa, Isrgs henhouse, mnnine water to house snd barn : large ap ple orchard, extra smooth nice-laying flelds: plenty of pasturing, the right kind : esti mated 100 M. ft. of lumber and a lot of wood; this farm will run IS cow and team and can easily be made to do more : someone cught to get interested in this deal quick when they see it and Had out the price. These properties, both farms and villa re. are advert ised to sell I alio hare mors. A R. COLE, Agent Marshfleld, VtTel. 12-2 HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE Very desirable cottage house, one of best locations in Barre: apply at 41 Franklin street orphone 96-R. 118t6 FOR "SALE My home place i located in Chel sea village, about 1 scree of land; 13 room house, convenient bam attached and garage, all in Al shape: pure spring water system supplying house and barn and three other patrons ; bath room,' fur nace heat, modern plumbing, electric liirhta, large verands. acre growing al falfa, cut three times esch seaeon for past three years, grafted fruit, butternut trees in bearing, cultivated strawberries, rasp berries, blackberries, gooeeberrles. two nica 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. Vt. 110t FOR 8 A LE Residence of th late "Wheeler J. Batrhelder of Plainfteld ; property con sists of well-kept nine-room house, S'j stories, with good barn attached and nice garden In rear; pleasantly situated, on slisht elevation, with fine viw in all direc tions ; independent spring of water, and spacious lawn, with grove of large maples j must be seen to be appreciated ; M. &- Batchelder. Plainfield, Vermont. ll0t A TWO-TENEMENTHOUSE"at 14Third atree for sale or to rent; will b re paired if rented: tel. 40-W or inquire of Mrs. M. H. Clough. li Perry street, Barre. )60I PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININfiER" bowlako bldc. SURGEON DENTIST THONE et-W FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE, VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS WFAnOt'AFTFRS FOR IftUWmV; FLAYER TIAWX VirTPOLA? HONOR A TLM0 MA tHlNtS. RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC NIYSICIAN Ofhc Rwi, i. M'h Building Tewrhon Ceoixwtam DR. A. H. SMITH Osteopathic Physician :S KEITH AXEKUE Office Cled Tedys and Saturday PIANO TUNING j r unnun rj ed POX Hi. MONTPfcLllR-Lea-re orders at Bailey's M .uk koowx. Rarre, lei. a-'. HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S. HOW LAND BUlLDTJfO Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Then 1.M PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FTNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square. Barre TcL connection, 42-W SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION We are ttrm ready to serve both old and rew rustoenee wrle a kwb grade of Jewelry. Repair wee guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler T4 ELM FTREET SOLE AGENT rOR BOSTON AKtRICAN" GAGE & GAGE CHIROPRACTORS newra iiait : -ls a. n. creer ard Tbaesa 9a Eerings: J . rm4. Tuesday an4 aturdare Rr, VERMONT "FVn :- i North Mans E treat Auction Sale As I hae 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 PROPKRTY: TWO CHAMBER SUITES (one cherry and one oak I, on dining extension table (oak I, six dininjf chairs (oak), two hardwood bedsteads, one Kstey orfran, one Singer sewing machine, one . bed conch, one coal stove, one parlor stove, one small bedroom stove, two woven wire spring beds, one spiral prinp bed. two mattresses, one hair mattress, one wool mattress. five center tables, on nice mirror, two electric light chandeliers one two-lighted and one three lighted, three electric light ahades with cord attachments, rocking chairs, individual chairs, all wool car pets, geese feather bed, all wool blsn kets. puffs and comforters, kitchen utensils, dishes, pictures, iron sink, bed spreads, lace curtains three psir, mus lin curtains three pair, portiera. une parlor lamp, glass fruit jars, large eathem iars. classware and other things too numerous to mention. Terms Cash. NELLIE WILLIAMS, Owner. V. R. HUDSON, Auctioneer. JAMES STREKf HOUSE of 7 rooms ; ben house 12i20 ft; house is lurhted by eiee trictty i hss t Lay windows ; cellar cemented ; flenty of fruit and aood cardan : price i.OOO.OA; this Is a pleasantly located home and convenient for rranite workers ; D. A. Perry lies I Ketate Agency, barre. 9 FO R8 ALE Six-room eottaare bouse ai the nt Psrk mnA Wio-h streets : larse prden and t henhonae L i TOSITIOV WANTED By a your, woman 7 ' ... aa, I to work in som store, can talk Italian, telephor S42-X. 8p.nih Md American; answer by letter FOR SALE 8-room modern house on Mon. to -v.," care of Rsrre Times Office. I13t6 . HELP WANTED MALE WANTED First class letter cutter; Mar tinson Estate Co. liatJ WANTED A bed setter; Barelay Bros. 112tf WANTKD AT ONCE Good all around arm hand ; unmarried, middle-aged man preferred: E.JP. WaibridKe, Cabot,VtJ Ut fcliOE REPAIRERS WANTED two or three workmen ; aood pay, steady ob ; address or call on D. C. Wilmot, 112 No. Main street. 110t6 WANTED AT ONCE 50 Good Woodsmen : to cut and skid loirs; also some good Jobs to let Stafford & Tindale, Plainflclil, Vt., F. H. GoodriiltfC. Manaurrrv ltmis WANTED A MarrieT"Man" to Work on farm and drive team. Good pay and steady position for rinht man. Can rent tenement on farm. Apply E. S. Moulton, on H. M. Faraham farm. Phone 48-Y, Monipelicr. 106tf FIRST-CLASS MAN " WANTED Cutler's Stable. 103U WANTED UNSKILLED PHYSICALLY FIT MEN FOR INTERESTING WORK ON STEEL SHIP CONSTRUCTION, TO EARN I 65 PER HOUR AND OVER AFTER ' tA COUPLE OF WEEKS' . INSTRUCTION CALL AT THE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. THE ATLANTIC CORPORATION, PORTSMOUTH, N. H. t03tl8 Wanted tNCEim ers. H.1714 per hour: tenders SOc : 12 months' work ; Ixrais A. Lafrance, Windsor, Vt; applyto Mr Goulct. Supt.. 9g WANTED TTiree' first-class letter cutters; one who can caree ; aiso three aranit cutters ; beet of wages ; address C. Schlei- tcrs Sons. Freedom. Pa. 'tf AMSTER WANTED Also a fe-w tons "of hay for sale: apply to N. M. Nelson, 10 Merchant street 71" WANTED At Fletcher quarry, Woodbury. Vt : open shop quarry from Mar. 1, 1920 : wanted now, 2 complete derrick crew ; I bsve a" gar cm I store and furnish (roods to men in my employ at wholesale price; house rent at 18.00 to $10."0 per month : surface quarry and Rood machinery ; write for more Information and state your experi ence in a granite fcr marble quarry : will Mrs a few apprentice; E. R. Fletcher. Woodbury, Vt 1 HELP WANTED FEMALE W A NTED Lady in read"y7dejw rt" ment; address, riving age. 'experience, ref erences and salary expected, Box 309, Fitchburg, Mass. 113t ti G. results GIRL WANTED NiKhta at M. taurant. WOMAN WANTED Reliable, middlWedi for general work in hotel ; apply Bethel tnn. Bethel, Vt 112t6 MAID WANTED For Corridor Work. Ar ply Heatnn Jfospital Montnlier.V t lOtitf WANTED A capable girl for general house, work ; permanent position : Mrs. E. K. Bates, tt ColU we street, Montpelier, Vt . lOttf WANTED An ale-round cook; tel. M-W". Central Cafe. lflltf WANTED All-round cook for small sum mer inn: apply to William M. Gale, Lake Morey. Fairlce, Vt "tf HIRED GIRL WANTED for general housed work in a family of S : no children: good wages ; permsnent position ; Mrs. H. W. Kemn. 30 School street Montpelier. S7tf iFFICIENT COOK.-waitresses and kitchen women wanted at one at Miller's Inn. Montpelier. 7tf PUPILS NURSES WANTED Youne women to train as nurses at Barre City Hoepitsl Barre. tf WANTED Pupil nurse and attendants at th Taunton State Hospital ; wages. MS. per mon'h with maintenance; for particular eddreee Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Rupt, Taunton State Hnepltal. Tsunton. Msss. JMtf FOt: FOR SALE PENT 0 Meretniit street, uarke . . Ult$ FOR fiATEThe atandirng grass on. the E. W. Pitkin farm; iniiuir of O. C. Pitkin, Marshfleld, Vt 113U FOR" SA LE Electrically equipped, thre. speed Excelsior motorcycle, in good con dition ; a bargain for cash;; apply Oliver's Battery Station. 110t4 FOR- SALE Cap bird ? amr'also other canaries on sale : singers 13 each, females- 11.60 each; wteh to sell at once; Mrs. D. R. Tiboetta, Plainfield, Vt, R. F. U. 1. Ll?5! HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR. SALE fnh,rlino- C:irin.'w1 V. 1 v Pa.L.i n gsn and refrigerator; combination book case and writng desk. Mrs. Elsie Caven. Mount Street s. 107tf FOR SALE One-half horse power Emerson motor; inquire at 62 Brook street 7tf FOR SALE One good" Glenwod cabinet stove with hot water front; 47 Patterson street ; 'phone 95tf FOR SALE Two cottaKee at Lake Groton.t situated at head of the lake, with a nice beach ; lot has several hundred pine trees of 8 years growth ; cottages contain good cook stoves, dishes, bedding and other camp fur- n I 111 re Inmiir nf A T. VI ...,- r.mAn Vermont. " SSUC FOB SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monuments ; brightens up the lettering and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new ; guaranteed : price on application : James Sullivan, 114 Park street Brre,Vt. IStf ""MONO RUBBER R06TPAINT; water, weather, fire and sunproof: 800 lha. to bbl. ; 1 am ready to paint or repair your roofs ; E. L. Densmore, 1 Pleasant street. 112tf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Buick nvo-pasaanger touring car, will exchange for cows; C. F. Cum- mings, CabotVt 113t8 FOR SALE 1914 model D-55 Buick can overhauled and not been used this year: good tires ; interested party call 411-M or at plant : Comolji Jk Co. logtf USED CAR FOR SALE A "Cole" f running order; apply at Palace Garage, Barre. 102tf AUTOMOBILE FOB HIRE Ford auto for sale ; also would carry passengers even Inn or Sundays ; reasonable prices : address Charles N. Scott, Graniteville, Vt, Tel. 227-5. tOtf , DODGE TRUCK FOR SALE Screen body; fimt-clasa condition, good as new, 191$ model: run about $.000 miles. Fisher Farm, Bethel, Vt lti MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE One Indian motorcycle, nearly new, 7 '-j h. p., with rear seat : will sell cheap; also one Maxwell ear; N. i. Co burn. Hardwirk. Vt . 113t LIVE STOCK FOR SALE 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 HORSES AND VEHICLES MALE AND FEMALE HELP WANTED- Man or woman to run electric power dih-wsher: alro wsnt a bell boy snd porter; Pavilion Hotel. Montpelier. Vt 118t RrlTp WANTED Young men and women to take positions ss attendants at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Ws terbury ; to those who dieire. an opportunity offered to attend nursra' training course: apply at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt 19tf WANTED peher road ; putisa, barn, henhouse, t arres land, reaeonable; also u-u-nemen, house at S3 Merchant street aad cottage bcuse on Washington street; Mrs. H. o. Miles.tl. n-X- - l04t- FOR SALE A nice home in South Barr; lo-room house, barn, henhouaa and garden house ia heated by a Spencer steam healer, WANTED Postiion as bookkeeper r stenographer by young lady ; high school graduate; address "H. 8. G.," Times Office. Ult WANTED Position aa bookkeeper, either in Montpeiiar or Barre, by young lady with five years experience in general offtre work. which cannot be. beaten, bum. th. cheap , "J' JT"" lMikwl,eat eoal r eleetne lienta tn nouae ini e" , . . - - . .. ... i barn ; nice lawn with shsde trees and toruo bery; will sell at a big sac r icet inquire ef W. U Carr at Jonea Bros. Co. ar on prem ises. atf FOR SALE T-room cottage, a I modem eon venieacea; barn, garage, $ lo( If desired: owner leaving city ; J. Bossi, l Berlin street. U FOB SALE trow" block. ll8outh Msln street, contains 1 stens, I tenememta. ale ear Time Office. WANTED TO RENT $ or 7-room cottage' in desirable location near school about Kept 1 ; 8. L. Rugglea. City Engr. I04tf HOUSES TO RENT rwO-TENEMENT HOUSE st S Fwter street to rent: inquire Mr. Elisabeth S building iofs ; good renting property : price i Bule. $ Richardson strevt: telephone for imtrwdnU sale. SS.SOU i H. G. Borce. llllM-R. Ultf Academy street. T2 I FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED COT- "GREENLEIGHJ" 208 'S. Main street f or j TAGE HOUSE at 5 Franklin street to sale : the semi-bangs low residence of th rent to adulu : telephone 7S-M or call at 8 lata W. F. Milns. built within 1 years; eon-j Frsnklin street lltt$ 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood nnian tains and floors throughout set tahe, cement cei- lar floor and steam nest : henhoeae an z ex tra lots go with the property; apple trees, berry bushes, etc-, and garden in good con ditio ; apply ta Mrs. . W. F. Milne, tel. 42S-M. 7tl FOR FAI.E Two-stiorr. t-tenement Vouae. with guod barn and cellar ander house and barn, all in good repair: each tenement has S rooms. eJectrie lights and bath : plenty of garden for both tenements ; tha bar could, for a smsll amount of money, be mada Into a a-room tenement : this is good property to buy for home or Investment ; sit. usted at 14 (lark street: Brire right: tele phone S4-R or Inquire at 21-22 Howtand huiiding; Urn t. Beott eii FOR RENT Five-room tenement with pantry, wood shed, storeroom, bath room and electric luthts : inquire of E. L. Dens more, 1 Pleasant street 118tf SUMMERCOTTACE at Wieheste P prings In rent: inquire of C. R. Whoa ton. 14 Avers street: tH.141-M. 10S' TO RENT Small tenement aT 4(1 East street suitable for man and wife: also eottaee house tn rent. Inquire of G. L Woodworth. Eastman Block. lOTtf FOR SALE Good work horse, nine year old. weight 1400 lbs.; also two good drivers, safe and clever: pigs, seven weeksold: E. J. Dunn. Marshfield. Vt Ultf FOR SALE Two heavy express wagons; apply to C. M. Leith. 65 Merchant street Barre phone 539-W l10te' TWO PAIR'WORK HORSES FOR SAI.i Also harnesa, one extra" heavy milk wagon and one lighter one. C. M. Gould. Montpelier, Tel. 465-5. 106tf CORlTtIRESTfABRIC TIRES All sixes in stock 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 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 Harnesa, just remember COLTON'S PLACE 84 State Street Montpelier. 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 84 Stat Street J Montpelier. Vermont CARLOAD OF GRAIN THRESHERS JUST IN We ran furnish all siiea with er without all attachments for hsndling any kind of grain. They are all set up ready for your in spection and our price is right We can furnish you a complete thresher on a min ute s notice for $24S. A machine guar anteed in every way to give you perfect them over while our stork ia ran plete. Auction Sale or Cottage House To settle th estate of th laf Mr Wm. Ke-.nn. the nnl.ri?nel will sell at public auction fi the i-rni:M- on l!ovnt"n street, on THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 t a:jo o'clock the 5 room t-ottate. in ff' condition; rent for llO.rat twr rm-n'h. Plan to attend this ae. WM. R. HALVOSA, Alrar. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Cast Barre. WebsterviHe an4 Giit.l t Barre .... Orate. Wa,:rio acJ Wii;su to Barre Lour 4taac trip , M. J. WHITCOMll. Est Barre, Vermont :::::::::: iHracrowv QuievT inisi'y' TKNFMENT TO RrNT Iniifre of Mrs Jamea A hern, tel. K46-W, 41 East street. tff TO RENi Downstairs tenement of ft rooms. pantry and bsth. elect -ic lights and large garden, together with barn privileges ; va cant June 1: situated at 14 Clark street: telephone -R or inquire at 11-2 Howland building. Klwln fcott. tf TO RFKT -mom cottars on Brsnchstreet aewly repaired : call SS-IJ ; F. H. Nirhols . Mf TO RKVT-ri-e-rnnm tenement with garden To close within the next few dress. ' davs we are allowed to offer to Rrw-ivnemt t rooms ti . . , . . -I Smith place. Maple avenue: Smith Brrw. these attractive homes at much m less than their actual value. l-tlTZlA"'"nrni-, im '?t??i.Th , . ... Northern : all modern ; apply at 3-'0 Korth Owned by non-residents. iMam etreet tttf MODERATE PRICED HOMES MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. F. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephon WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY STANDING HAY; tel. -M. ; 8tf WANTED TO BtTY A hay rack. 12 to 14 ft Jong; tel. I42-5J. 6tf CASK PRICES' "f A ID for rags, rubbers, met, la. ngasines, hides, and bags a specialty I phon 4w-R. Saa Could. 11 Brook street Tttt WANTED "TO BUY-eeond-hand rornltarer tools and stoves ; inautre O. Smith, 1ST No. Main street UL 72-M. 8t2 CLAIRVOYANTS Tirfe GREAT GYPSY wrTrH Caleb rate fortune telling cards by Madam LeNnr. mand. II. On per park, sent by mail prepaid ; Williams Pnnk fctore, 633 Main street. Worcester. Mjs. 04tl FORTUNES TOLD Let my clairvoyance aid yon in regard to friendships, love e business. I.mis L Faa-e, Srhoonl street Plainfteld. Vt U2t4 JIISCELLANEOUS GFNFRAL AND LONG DISTANCE TRUCK ING Ala equipped to take parties : esll 04-M. LOST AND FOUND STRAYED into my yard, six yearlings. three black ane wmta, aaa tnree jersey t.r m.rk i; S.. A. B. I." tall ' Tn 13 rvf T . -. . -. . i . . . . . . . ' r.s... . . ........... - . -. mrmiMn, ,ireev.iat cmce. Vmj epena ana gei wie s- v-r-u.' um:st ivti iidv .. k , 1 also 4 tenmenta ee n illcy etreet all tn of land. Ja-t ouuide the ci'tv on the Et i '"H"'" sbsne: Improvement. : Moninclier road, for only il.ftn on : the'1".- Mann. M WelHneton street aff owner built htis foe a Ihths and would wot , FOR RENT -A good T-rnom cr.tte.ee house. sell excett that rtrrutnetsnces mVe it necea sary to leave the state: the buiWinc eeold not he erected for 4 J.Ooo.OO to-dsy : easy terms. NEARLY NKW -ROOM rTOt SE and a very large lot. lStfslhO ft: located ahmt T or a minutes from rwoca: ikia is a weltcwistruftrd h uei snd has beew eecv ried by tee fsmiites: t a good trade at li.aso.e. nHng wster. bath : Ratrheldee strewl i H. W. Scott Bolster blork. 14tf tl.400.0 WITH WWVft DOWN secures his dfwirsble i-ronm bouse with 4 large lota. Krwock avenue: cmd comfortable ham: erring water; a real heme, hsndy the etonesherSi : yen will wnnt inr this eec : rood rhenre to ttejrp a raw and hens: plenty of land for grrn truck. OWNER I." LEAVING TOWN and w-a ta aril at oiw-e; prsre ew'y i. .-. with ;0 eVwn : ahnot saiautaei' walk to pwt omra: iww niert to the sss mTI : wlt at Inr emu mate a ei n HiSMHy gaod tavsstment; better look it up. VtTLE AVFNt E HOV5E fe ) !! ;: word tende: ywo ran rtnw the rewt etak hy rwrrhasing a tnw awd rr lcr i-K any of the ebw aver aad w,n , rwd,y ee, IW wrtcea are towee tha roe, can hwy far ankia n few anertha. THE D. A. rERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Safety Steering Control Saves Tire. Saves Nerve?. Saves Life. Strong and simple, you can install one in 10 minutes with a wrench, without disturb ing any part of the Ford. Ve will prompt ly refund your money if you are not aatied after 30 days free trial. A. M. FLANDERS tr; 5a. U: St- Ban, Vt M. C. Cutler, Last Montpelier. FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED Boarder and rnomer at K1 Washington street I teiet-hene 444-M. Ultf r n F IT L . PROTECTION from loss by fire can only be obtained by basing the amount of insurance carried on the cost of replacement as it is to-day, and insurance which is below this standard will only pay part of the loss in event of fire. EVERYTHING INSUR-1 ARLE has increased in cost 1 from fifty to three hundred j per cent, and the price of j labor has increased propor-1 tion&tely. For full protection fee ! J.W.DILLON i s...wi..s, i i r i lent-STfR HOCK. r?E. VTRXOVTJ