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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening! of Interert from Different Sectiooi. A party of 84 fresh air children from Kpw York City have been distributed among homes In .southern Vermont, paving arrived Tuesday. , t Arrested at Rutland and Cornwall, ; respectively, Frank Irrin and Harry Preston were sent to Boston on the charge of being naval deserters. : A Mormon representative met with cool reception when he' passed through Townshend distributing tracts and ex pounding to whoever would listen. f Ex-Gov. Samuel E. Pingree of Hart ford was 88 years old on Aug. 2. He is still in active law practice and has been town clerk more than 60 years. Miss Martha Church, aged 93 years, . died in Westminster Saturday She is J survived by a sister, Miss Mary Church, vov. iae two uvea juone more man nan a century. Allen E. Foote, John Reynold, H. R. Shurtleff and Roger Burlingame of New York city, making a horseback tour of Vermont, make an average of 3D miles a day. Peter Dennis of Colchester has sued Q. L. Burn of Westford for $3,000, for alleged alienation of the affections of his wife, to whom he had been married for a quarter of a century. ; For assault on his crippled stepson, George Moosey of Rutland, last June, ..Clifford Woodard of Rutland was sen itenced to not more than year and' a "half in the state prison. Woodard was formerly a cook in the navy. ". 'While bringing back a Winton . car, which he had just purchased, J. F. R. Hansen of Halifax used his Ford nura ;;hfr plates because he didn't have in formation enough to register the Win- ton. He was fined $5 in Brattleboro court. OV John 3. Thrift, Sr. I ' I ' ' 1 J I L " , , 'H , i "MM II I I , I f II I c - . -i - i -w n im' msirm fsSaiw giWmm (Oapyrl-lill ESTATE Or CAROLINA OLG1ATI Three Lines for 25c 8ut et Vermont, dlatrict of Washington, ss. 1 Th Times will publish Wants, Lost and The honorable probate court lor toe die-1 round, for Sale, To Let, etc. snort adver- trlct aforesaid, to the he! re and all persons interested in the eatatc of Carolina Olariati, lata or City of Barns, in said district, de ceased. GREETING I WHEREAS, application hath been made to this court in writing, by the admlnlstm tor, Prank L. Small, praying- for license and authority to aell all of real estate of aid deceased to wit: Situated in the City of Barre. in aaid district, representing to aid court that it would be benetieiai to the heirs and all persons interested in the eatate or said deceaaed, to sell ald real eatate and convert the umt into money. An4 bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the hairs to laid estate residing- in thia state, and art tin a forth the situation of the seal estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and auig-ned the 10th day "of Autruat, 1920, at the probate- office- in Montpeiier-, in said diatrict, to hear and decide upon I said ap plication and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be ariven to all persons Interested therein, by publishing- said order, tog-ether with the time and place of hearing, three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which cir culates in the neighborhood of those per sons interested in said estate, all of which publications shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in (aid court to make your objections to the granting of luch license, If you -see cause. -Given under my band at Montpeiier. In aid district, this 2Wt day of July. 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. July22-29-Auirg tisements at th rate of three lines for twenty-five cents for the first Insertion and ten cents fur each subsequent Insertion, F6TT8ALE SO-acre farm. It miles from R. R. station on main road, mile from school and i! churches, near neighbors, plen ty of water by spring and large brook, nice sugar bush of about 160 trees, beside ether lumber; for quick aale II, S including crops j sold on easy terms i apply to Geo. C. Benjamin, Plainfield, Vt 103tf G. M. Smith of the National bank of Orange county at Chelsea has been chosen bookkeeper and teller in the Vermont Savings bank of Brattleboro Mcause of the resignation of Charles F. Bingham, assistant treasurer, who js going to New York. " . The Windham County Co-operativ "Milk Producers' association, Inc., has .bought a 175-acre farm in Brattleboro on which to erect a milk plant of brio or cement. The plant will be erected this year and will cost $35,000. Muc nvf, the stock has been subscribed. Summoned to appear in Xewport municipal court to answer to the charge of operating an automobile while intoxicated, Ward Prouty faile to appear. W. R. Wright of Newport was fined $100 with costs, in the same court that day (Monday) for driving an automobile while under the infill enee of liquor. When his automobile tipped over in Dummcrston Monday . evening, W. E. Parker of Putney was pinned down but Van released by hia companion, Charles Miller, who had been able to crawl out from under the wrecked tar. The car, a Ford, rested heavily on Mr. Parker' chest. Both men were bruised.Vlthough no bones were broken. Resigns at Secretary of Bar Assoc! ation. Guy W. Hill of St. Johnbbury has resigned as secretary and librarian of he Vermont Bar association in the following letter to Martelle C. Web ber, president of the association: I "My resignation as aecretary and librarian of the v erniont Bar asso tiation is hereby tendered, the same to be effective upon the appointment of my successor or successors, but not later than Sept. 1. 1920. , "At the time Vol. XIII went to press on Feb. 27, I thought that I might be able to perform this work without ne glecting my practice until the end of the current year. Professional en gagements aid my physical condition, due to the injury received J;n. I, make it imperative that I relinquish the of fires now. If I have spare moments, I feel that I should devote them to out floor recreation rather than to the per formance of gratuitous clerical work.' I RANDOLPH COW TEST. July Record for Cows Producing More Than 49 Pounds of Butterfat. Owner ' of cow. B, G Wilcox . . . A. C Lamson . . A. C. Lamson . . L. B. Wakefield T. A. Littlefleld E. !. Ruford . . . Breed Lbs.of Lbs. but of cow. milk, terfat. ..fill. ..G..I. . G..I. ..OH. ,.RH. . .... J. 641 run io:s 100. 509 41.7 4 V4 41.2 34 1 42.8 Walter H. Wheat ley. official tester. Fred L. Flint, aecretary. QUIT TOBACCO So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit No-To-Eac has helped thousands to break the .oftly. nerte. shattering to bacco habit. Whenever you have a kreirijr for a sm"k.e or chew, jinf place I ham leu No-To Bsc tablet in your mouth instead. All de-ire stop. Short ly the habit is completely broken, and JOB are better off mentally, physically. SnsncUily. lt" o ea-r, so simple. -et l box of No to-Ilac and if it d'm"t rfa--e you from all craiins for tohsoro any form, your dru;git will refund foir money witbrut question. NoTo lc is ma le by the nr cf Ciui. rete; therefore I thnrourb!r reliable. -Adv. . BROOKFIFLD Fred Pope has a position as elec trician in the Springfield garage. He goes to Springfield the last of the week. Kay Martin is spending several days with his father, E. E. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope and their guests, Charles Muguire and Miss Ruth Pulsipher of Sprigfield, enjoyed a trip to the White mountains and oth er places of Interest Friday and Sat urday. Dr.N-'rank Wheatley and family of North Abington, Mass., are here to spend their vacation at the Wheatley cottage. They will board with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Whittier. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holmes re turned to their home in Springfield, Mass., Sunday, after spending a week iu town with relatives. W. IL Haggett cams from Ran dolph to spend last week in town doing his haying. Mr. Laura M. Allis is spending this week at Brookfield Center with he! brother, R. W. Walbridge. Harold Wheatley and son and George I Olds and family of Meriden, Conn., came Saturday to spend their vaca tion, and are boarding with Mr. and Mr. G. T. Diijran. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Allis of Nor wich, Conn., come the last the week to occupy their cottage, "Hillcrest" on Bear hill through the month of Aug ust. The board of civil authority will meet Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock to revise the check list. Thirty-six people were present at the meeting of the Ladies' association, which was held with Mrs. Louise Clark Wednesday afternoon. i big. adult gathering atudying God's word, and let the children's classes be well rilled. The basket lunch will bo eaten out of doors, weather permit ting, from 1 to 2 o'clock. Bring your dinner and eat with your friends in stead of at home. At the service from 2 o'clock on there will be special mu sic rendered. There will also be ad dresses given by Miss Ann Clark and Sidney Edson. The pastor will also talk briefly. Let us renew the great ideals of the Pilgrim Fathers. A con tribution for the Kurn Hattin home will be taken up at the time. , Fifteen of the girls and boys were in attendance at the county life meet-J ing at . Randolph Center one day last week. Report comes of a most enjoyable nd profitable missionary meeting of the Women's association with Mrs Louise Clark last week Wednesday. Says His Prescription Has Powerful Influence Over Rheumatism FULL 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 ABLE has increased in cost from fifty to three hundred per cent, and the price of labor has increased propor tionately. For full protection see J.W.DILLON Establishee 1J. BOLSTER BLOCK. BARRE, VERMONT ESTATE OF JAMES A. THOMPSON State of Vermont Diatrict of Washington, as. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested In the estate of James A. Thompson, late of City of Barre. in aaid district, deceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, said court has aesisned the 19th day of Autruat next for examining and allowing the trustee of a fund created by order of court, for the benefit of Abbie Wis aa absent heir, and for a decree of the residue of said eatate to the lawful claim ants of the same, and ordered that public no tice thereof be (riven to all persona interested in said estate br publishing thia order three weeks successively previous to the day aa ailned. in the Barre Daily Times, a newspa per published at the city of Barre, in said district. THEREFORE! you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpeiier, in aaid district, on the day aaaiKned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you aee cause, and to establish your right as heirs, lesatces and lawful elaimante to said residue. Given ander my hand, this 2th day of July, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Jodie. July24-Aus5-12 FARMS FOR SALE 40-ACRE FARM In Marshfield, mL from - postofnee on Cabot road r locat ion one of '..mi t.; a large lVd story house, 10 rooms, all In fine shape: verandas both sides, tele phone and shsrs of stock : 80-ft. barn with basement, built I yrs. ago; ninnlne- water to house and barn ! varaire. henhouse end toolhouae: buildings all painted: land lays warm : smooth, niachlne-mowiniz fielda, good postures, - quite a Quantity of timber and wood j nice home for someone, . , ; t . -, flO-ACRE FARM x Marthfleld, Vi ml. from postofnee:' J-ntorr- house In good shape t Jtood , big . baxn Must recently birilt overt euqtpped with liifcr earner and horse fork: shed eoors -end Twthouee. large henhouse, running water to house and -barn; large ap ple' orchard, extri (month nice-laying fields; plenty of nurturing. t right kind: esti mated 100- M. ft. of lumber and a lot of wood: this farm will run 18 cows and team and can easily be made to do more : someone ought to get interested In this, deal quick wncD iney sea n ano n na out me price. ' These properties, both farms and vtllajra. era seven lie a io sell r also hava mora. HELP WANTEDMALE WAJNlfcD txperienced man to operate now. ior boom derrick, steady Job: N. Pelaggi & Co., Northflold. 120tf WANTED Experienced sand-blast opera ' tori Marr & Gordon, Inc. . . lidntf WANTED A capable surface-cutter opera- tor ; Gasparello Bros., West Second street. lt3 CHAUFFEUR WANTED With- his own two-ton truck, trucking my cordwood into Koxbury, three miles, all down hill, steady Job, will pay $1.00 per cord : for further information apply to "A. B.," Box 147. Northfleld, Vt. 117t MEN WANTED To cut down treoTwith sawing machine, work S miles from Rox bary. will pay $90.00 a month with board and room, only good steady workers wllliitg to attend church on Sundays need write; apply "A. B.," Box 147, Northfiald, Vt J ; 1U- Wanted su rfacer And gang of cutters, company has a number of good tene ments ; rent free to granite cutters ; apply to Davis Bros., West Berlin, Vt. 114tf WANTED Man aa bookkeeper and stenog rapher, afternoon and evening work, good pay with promotion possibilities, state ex perience and references in aoplicaLtion ad dressed to the Community Club, Springfield. Vermont 116t W A NTED Boy at Times "Office. Apply. WANTED Man or boy to work on farm, and girl or middleaired lady for house work: E. h. Johnson. Waterbury. Vt 114t8 Wanted at once so GWWoWmen to cut and skid loe-a ; also some erod jobs to let Stafford A Tinda le. Plalnfleld, Vt. F. H. Goodrldge, Manager. 107tl8 JFQR SALE A. R. COLE, Agent Marshfield, Vt. Tel. 12-2 HOUSES FOR SALE FOR KALK Two-tenement house at 0 Circle street, hot water, electric lights, barn ; inquire of Mrs. Albina Uapit -13 Circle street 1 19t COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF DOMlMCUS PUECHER The undersigned, having been appointed bf the honorable probate court for the diatrict of Washington, commiaaionera. to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demands of all persona against the estate of Doraini- cus Puecher, late of City of Barre, in raid district deceased, and all claims exhibited offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the office of the Tilden Shoe Co. in the City of Barre. in said district, on the 26th day of August and 26th day of January next from S o clock a. m. until o'clock p. m.. on each of said days and that six months from the 3rd day of August A. D. 120. is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us lor examination and at lowanee. Dated at City of Barre this 8th day of August A. D. 1920. T. H. CAVE. JR., ARTHUR C. TILDEN. Commissioners. AugS-12-ll. Auction Saleicti Sale of Household Goods on FRIDAY, AUGUST 6 at i P. M. at my home at 47 Brook lyn Street. As I am leaving town, I will fell Mr. James H. Allen suffered for years with rheumatism. Many times this ter rible disease left him helpless and unable to work. He Anally decided, after years of cease less study, that no one can be free from rheumatism until the accumulated impuri ties, commonly called uric acid deposits, were dissolved in the joints and muscles and expelled from the body. Witk Ki. Mm, , n mind mui.,HJ nkml clans, made experiments and Anally com-I at Public -Auction all Toy household pounded a prrsrmpuon mai quirmy anal , .. . , , completely banished every sign and symp-1 property, Including three iron beds, torn of rheumatism from hfa system. He freely gave his discovery to ethers who took it with what mtrht be called marvelous success. After years of urging he decided to let sufferers everywhere know about his discovery through the news papers. Red Cross Pharmacy haa been ap- Thi.r.,l,r mnrrtinn- .Tl OS . Pomteo agent ior Aiirnrnu in ime v,cini y , w(tl) thB understanding ter was torn to Mr. and Mrs. John Beard. Mr. J. B. Perham and her eon, George, recently visited Mr. and Mrs. William Perham in Eat Braintree. Mra. Fortia Abbott and two children of Springfield, Mais., are spending a few weeks with her husband's par ents. Mr. and Mrs. I. N Abbott. Mrs. Clementine Parker of Omaha Neb., visited Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Sar- gent lift week. Frank Harford and his eon, John, and Mrs. F. W. Church went to Fast Braintree Wednesday evening to play for a dance. Miss Margaret Holgate of Woon- socket, Mass., is the guest of Mins Grace Harford. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Vaughan. Mrs. William Holmes and Mrs. Fdith Vaughan of Fawtueket, R.- I., came Tuesday to occupy the Anderson cot tajre through the month of August. They will board with Mr. and Mrs. T. Blair. The Brookfield grange will hold their meeting this week on Thursday eve ning, instead of Friday. This change ij made so that the grange members will have no opportunity to visit Snowsville gTange Friday evening. The state grange master, Mr. Martin, and other grange officials, will be present t this meeting. L. W. Morse ia in ery poor health. feeling unable to tend to hia atore very much of the time. The Ladies association will ' hold their meeting with Mra. 8. E. Folians- bee Wednesday afternoon, August 11. Mr. Florem-e Sprague is raring for Mrs. John M. Beard and infant. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Chase and daugh ter, O'ra. of Northfleld were Sunday i.ests of hia parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. (har-e. Mrs. Olivia Blakebroufrh and daugh ter, Isabelle, went to Woodsvile N. H., Monday to itar several days with rel- tivea. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Springfield. M., came Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Chase "and Mr. and Mrs. Fre4 Kevea and other friends in this nsn. Mrs. Mary Mason and Mrs. E. L. Wi!l and son. Arland. visited friends in Berlin the fh! of the week. ! , T 1. T C . . U . 1 .1 t . ;is, .jifuii 1 . .-nit, 1 ii . uauc -wrr t -L: X--: J. . . I came irm v r".. ri-usi in siav a! that they will freely return the pun-haee money on the first two bottles to all who state they re ceived no benefit Adv. Stock at Auction As I must raise some funds to meet obligations will sell at auction to the highest bidder on the old Charles Nichols place, in Brookfield, about two miles from the village on the road to Berlin, on MONDAY, AUGUST 9th At One O'clock in the Afternoon the following described stock: Five grade Jerseys, two to freshen this fall, two In the spring, and one yearling; also seven tons of good hay. Terms at time of aale. J. W. HARFORD, Owner, D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. three mattresses, three springs, child's crib, three bureaus, three commodes, one dresser, one marble top table, two small tables, one sewing table, one kitchen table, one dining table, aix dining chairs, three rockers, one large leather upholstered rocker, one velour couch good aa new, one aewing atand, one carpet 9il2, linoleum Sill, nine yards linoleum nearly new, rugs, ten window shades, five short window shades, wringer, washboard, basket, two aeta flat irons, ironing board, lamps, pictures, mirrors, wash bowl and pitcher, crockery, tin, iron and glasa ware, fruit jars, kitchen clock, tackle blocks, ISO feet rope, axes, saws, garden tools, three paira skates, hand sled, child's aled, overcoat and other clothing, one parlor heater and pipe, for coal or wood, in fine condition, and various other articles not mentioned. MRS. JOSEPHINE STONE, Owner. 0. IL HALE, Auctioneer. of Stock As I am unable to care for my stock I will aell at public auction on Upper Maia atreet, Montpeiier, AUGUST 7TH, at x O'clock the following described property: Seven good cows, heavy milkers; two ehoats, one bay mare, aeven-years-old, good worker or driver; one milk sepa rator, one kitchen range, one light buggy, one top bugffy. Terms at time of aale ARTHUR WILLIS, Owner. D. A. PERRY. Auctioneer. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER bowl a so bldg. SURGEON DENTIST TH0NB ,Mf FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE, VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS TOR RFMAPIE PIANOS PL AVER PIANOS. ViriROt.AS. RONORA TAI KIVO MA CHINES. RECORDS, SHEET MUSIC Telephone 369-W. Barre, Vt. HOWARD II.REID, D.D.S. HOWTAKD BUILriNO Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis "Phone lf-M v PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS - Hospital Ambulanrai fer he Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depe Square. Barre TeL connertioa. sSt-W Personal Property at AUCTION Aa I have sold my farm will sell the following described personal property at auction on Friday, August 6th, 1920, at i O'clock in the Afternoon on the premises about one mile from East Montpeiier on the road to Adam ant: One horse weighing about lino lbs., 13 years old, a good one; driving harnesses, three chamber sets, one new wrought iron range, one wood or coal heater, four lamps, two wash boilers, bench, boiler, wringer, dining table, aix chairs, three good feather beds, com forters, and bd linen, chairs, stand and rockere, tea kettles, couch." two milk pails, one forty-quart milk ran. two ten-quart cans, aewing machine, buffalo robes, two horse blankets, pic ture frames, soma carpenter'a tools, including boring machine, and a lot of other personal property not included. Terma at time of aale. W. E. FISK, Own;r. D. A. PERSY, Auctioneer. FOR SALE A seven-room eottas-e. eorner Franklin and Tremont streets, steam heat, hardwood floors, set tube and all modern conveniences ; can be boucht at a bargain if bought at once; caJI 41S. McAllister rygnt. U7tf FOR SALE House in one of the most desir able locations la the city, haa cemented cellar, furnace, bath, hot and cold water, iraroen. raraire; terms reasonable; also eot- lasre nouae or seven rooms near Batehelder street, convenient to stone shed ; inquire at 9 Academy street. 118t JAMES 8TREET HOUSE of 7 rooms; hen house 12x20 ft. ; house is liR-nted by elec tricity ; has t hay windows ; cellar cemented ; plenty . of fruit end s-ood irarden ; price $2,000.00; this ia a pleasantly located home and convenient for granite workers ; D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. Barre. ttf FOR S A LE Six-room cottage house at the corner ol Park and High streets; large garden and 1 henhousea ; easy payments if desired: Inquire at 30 Eastern avenue or telerhone 842-X. 98tf FOR SALE --room modern house on Mon pelier roaij; piaua, barn, henhouse, t term land; reasonable; also Z-tenement house at S3 Merchant street and cottage house on Washington street; Mrs. H. 8. MilfsteL vu-X. i04tf FOR SALE A nice home in South Barrel 10-room house, barn, henhouse and garden house is heated by a Spencer steam beater, which cannot be beaten, bums the cheap buckwheat coal; electric lights in house and barn; nice lawn with shade trees and shrub bery; will sell at a big sacrifice; inquire of W. L. Carr at Jones Bros. Co. or on prem ises. asti forale i -room cottage, ail modern con veniences i barn, garage, t lots if desired; owner leaving city: J. Bossi. It Berlin street. ftti FOR ' SALEtrow-biork. 115 SouthMaln -ret, contains 3 stores, I tenements, alee 8 buildine lots ' wmI r.nt i n tw nrnruvtv . hpica for immediate sale, 16.600; H. G. Boyce, 11 nc-aaemr street. TZtt 'GREEN LEIGH, ESS 8. Main atreet, for Sale : the seml.Viurmil mMmim mt the late W. K. Milne, built within S years ; con ttns 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tubs, cement cel lar floor and steam heat; henhouse end t ex tra lota go with the property; apple trees, berry bushes, etc- and asrden In sood con dition; apply te Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel. 4--M. J JTtf FOR SALE Two-story, 2-tenement house, with good barn and cellar rmder house and ham. alt in good repair; each tenement haa t rooms, electric lights snd bath; plrr.ty of garden for both tenements: the barn could, for a amsll amount of money, be made into a a-room tenement ; thia is good property to buy for home uated at 14 Clark street phone M-R or inauire building: Elwtn L. Scott. tf WANTED A Married Man to Work Ml farm and drive teem. Good pay and steady position for right man. Can rent tenement en farm. Apply E. B. Moulton, on H. M. Farnham farm. Phone 48-Y. Montpeiier. 106tT FIRST-CLASS MAN WANTED at Cutler"! Stable. 103tf WANTED AT ONCE First-class bricitlay am. $1.17H per hour: tenders 80c: 12 months' work; Louis A. La francs, Windsor. Vt. : apply to Mr. Goulet, Supt.. 9ti WANTED Three firsts-Use letter cutters"; one who can - carve; also three r"anits cutters ; beet of wages ; aaJress C. Schiei ters Sons. Freedom, Pa. 9tf hay (or sale; apply to N. Merchant street a M. Nelson, 20 71tf HELP WANTED FEMALE GIRL WANTED For general housework, one who can room at home; Mrs. Pitkiin, SI Jefferson street 120t2 WANTEDATbNCE A mlddleaa-ed lady for n housekeeper by a widower with one child, on a farm ; J. F. Rogers, R. D. 1 Box 67. South Royal ton, Vt 119t9 WANTED A lone man wants a competent iTotestant lady as housekeeper, those not ander 40 years preferred, would exchaare references, good home, sure ray: for nar- ucuiars write w lock box 201, Carre, vt. 119t6- WOMAN WANTED To do housework "for small family: address "F. L.." csre Times Office. U7t7 TABLE GIRL WANTED-At Jack's Res- taursnt. Depot Square, telephone 616-M. lUtf WANTED Girl for kitchen work atthe Kellogg Boarding House 28 School street. Montpeiier; telephone 72-M. 118tf WANTED All-round cork'for small sum mer ir.n : apply to William M. Gale, Lake Morey. Kairlee. Vt. 97tf EFFICIENT COOK. waitresses end "kitchen womvi wanted at once at Miller'a Inn. Montpeiier. 7Stf PUPILS NURSES WANTEDYoun"Worneri to train as nurses at Barre City Hospital Barre. IStf WANTED Pupfl nunn and attendants at the Taunton Bute Hospital: wares. 3K.0 per month with maintenance; for particulars ddre Dr. Arthnr V. Go. fiupt, Taunton State Hospital. Taunton. Mass. JMtf FOR SALE Electric polishing machnines, one and two h. p. ; see these before buy. ing, and buy the best; W. A. Lane, tel. 4-R. . . 120t FOR SALE Half-site white iron bed, spring and mattress; P. Hamel, 60 Wellington 120U FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Cadillac touring ear, Nc IS De Laval separator. "Star5 stanchiena and water bowls ; two cows, milk S,wr ma'l hen house, and food hoppers ; P. MjCarr,27 Camp street. lUtf FOR SALE Wheel chair in first class con. dition, cost $36, price $18; George N. Jard. Randolph. Vt. 119t6 FOR SATE New Perfection gas stove. JIUM nditon: E. O. Holmes. M'cCjrovc. telephone 241-X. 118tf FOR SALE-M. L. Towne has about 20 tons of standing hay without available 'IJierajjH-X. list FOR SALE Household furniture, consisU ing of round and uh,m .tin. u.i. sideboards princess dressers, rockers, chairs. vauuui, utsKB, cninomera, stands. . refrigerator, etc.; also Glenwood and l,mkrr CDlt stoves for coal and wood ; Abram Fine, 48 Maple avenue. Ilt6 FOR SALE Perfection" thrfN.-KurajM nil Stove, comnlet, with m..m .n j u:u i i. . nrst clsss condition: also Excelsior motor, cycle, electrically equipped: bargain for im medJiJ?l.ejjjMerchant streeet. 1 1 7 1 FOR SALE A manure spreader: will ex", change for orwA v.n m n.u u tt i m -. . .. ' vv , vmtv, - r-v i"'.' , ligta RAGEUTTS FOR SALE-Cheekered Giants; inquire atShore,s Studio. lutf FOR SALE One-harf horee power Emerson motor; inauirejat 62 Brook street 7tf FOR SALE A preparation "for " cleaning granite and marble monuments; brightens up the lettering and makes the whole monu. meet look elean and new ; guaranteed ; pricea on application: James Sullivan, 114 Park street Barre, Vt . - .gtf MOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT; water, weather, fire and sunproof; 800 lbs. to bbl. j I am ready to paint or repair yout roofs J rL. Denamore, 1 Pleasant street. lUitf AUTOMOBILES v FOR SALE Buick five-passenger touring csr. will exchange for cows; C T. Cum ?in'?,bYi- U8tf FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring ear,' over. hauled and painted, good tires ;- address Ford. Box 107. Waterburv, Vt. 117t FOR SALE 1 91 S model D-B5 Buick car, overhauled and not been used this year ; good tires: interested narv coll m.M at plant: Comolll A Co. 108tf USED CAR FOR "SALE A "Col." Tnmnln. erder; apply at Palace Garage. Barre. 102tf AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Ford-auto tot sale ; also would carry passengers even, ings or Sundays reasons His nricM ; srfHrs Charles N. Scott. GraniteviJIa Vt. Tel. 227-S. eotf DODGE TRUCK FOR SALEcreen bodyl first-class condition, good aa new. 1919 moH-l ; run about S.000 miles. Fisher Farm, Bethei. Vt ait HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE Five horses, on pair, age 4 and b. weight about 800 : one pair, ace and 7. weight 2700 ! ' ene horse. 6 years old. weighs about 960. Rs. ; will sell cheap or exchange for cows : W. H. Cutta. two mile from Barre on East Montpeiier road, phone882-14. 120t3 TWO PAIR" WM'rTHOftSlS FOR " SALE Also harness, one extra heavy milk wagon and one lighter one. C. M. Gould. Montpeiier. Tel. 465-S. 106tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP COOK WANTED Ms"le or femsle. to be able to do good ranking for men In rum her esmp, would like a woodsman and his s-ife. wage ISI0.00 a month with room and board, only one who is willing to attend church on Sundays need apply to "A. B-," Wox U7. Northfleld. Vt 117t6 HELP WANTED feting men and women to take positions as attendants at the Ver mont Stats Hospital for the Insane at Wa terbury; to those who dseire. an opportunity offered to attend nnrsee' training course: apply at HospitsL Wsterbury. Vt lltf Harness or Harvesting Heaviest and best, 899.00. Lighter ones far less. Fits-All Collars, $8.60. Other collars for less. Vehicle 4 Supply Co. Colton'e Place. 84 SUte Street. Montpeiier. Our Big Sale of OILS still going on at same old pricea Better buy aome. Heavy or Medium C3c a gallon by the half-barrel. SSc a gallon by the barrel. We have it right here in stock. Vehicle & Supply Co. Colton'a' Place. 84 State Street, Montpeiier. HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Five-room upstairs tenement, newly rereired. on Summer street: in. quire at 2 Church street or telephone 697-M 11914' r(VJ.,-.w rTiJ. i FURNISHED COTTAGE-At Elwell s pond. . r.rVK . me- from Dsnville on state road, -rood atP7l-2r HowUnd """ ,nd ghosts, telephone andm.il sen-- A Few Exceptional Values in Good Homes Prices much lower than they will ever sell for again. ORANGE STREET HOUSE OF KIT ROOMS; hardwood floors nd finish down- stairs : two porches, furnace, lights, plumb ing, ete. Very plessantly situated on large lot affording an excellent garden or r ha nee for another house. Owner ia skk and wants immediate aale. Will kst it go for IJ.776.00, which is much less than actual value. ACADEMY STREET HOUSE with all con veniences, furnace, lights, etc. Six gr rooms, good garden with quantity of small fruit. Fin location and a bargain at 12.800.00. ONE OF THE BEST BUILT HOUSES in Barre ran be bought for just shout on hslf the cost to build to-day. There arc eight rooms, most of therq finished in ruriy birch; polished floors : all conveniences. In cluding set laundry tuba, splendid wide porch and acreened sleeping porch : extra lot quantity of shrubbery, fine lawn. etc. The owner ia leaving town and allows us to offer thia fine property for 8S. 600. fie : Sl.ftuO.AO down. It is a chance of a life time. Lots ted near Pleasant street SEE US DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room as. Miles Building T- phone Connection rrrtrr hoi tm a a m to t; m. and 1 M te 4 A m. Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and Friday ; Repair werti guareateed. O. J. DOD(.E. the Jeweler TV OCR NEW LOCATION We am new rvwdy to serve both eld and ew customers with a hbrh grade of Jewelry. DR. A. II. SMITH Osteopathic Fhysician I KEITH AVENUE 0"ice Cioed Tuesdaye and Saturdays PIANO TUNING 4 rtjj srrwry-r SOLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN" GAGE & GAGE raiF.OrRACTORS OAr will be Aiunsst ntil . ARTHl R REED OA-? 1,1 UnVlPinil. ! mm . while with her hlishanj n4 on at; Baileys M-ie Rooms, barre. let s-W. t I K n. . ,1,. r BARRE. TRMu.VT raone a2-W 19 Neru. lu s Strae FOR SALE Two 1917 Fords, S450 and 5325 One 1914 Ford for $300 One 1913 Ford for $20 One 1916 Ford for $500 A. M. FLANDERS tcj Na. Mais St. Barrte, Vt S1.S50.00 BUYS thia five-mom house oa Grsnt Ave. Lighted snd In good condition : handy to granite) works; a good home for the money. WE CAN SELL you comfortable home en Farwell street for only $640.00 4th a psyment of $100.00 down. Ice: slso furnished six-room farm home for August: W. 8. Sanborn. R. F. D. 1 Bamet. V. 117t7 TO RENT Cottage house, bam. garden and hen house : one mile from Barre : ap ply to Leon Cummings, 4 Merchant timet. . ,If fCt RENT One large , furnished front room, suitable for light housekeeping; in. outre t 4S Long street. llStf TO RENT First class tenement; inquire of Dr. O. G. Stlckney, SO Washington street ,lftf TWO-TENEMENT HOI'SB at P Foster street to rnt: inoiiire Mrs. Elitxheth Bughec. 6 Richardson atreet; telrphc-.e 1BJ-R. llltf FOR RENT Five-room tenement with nantre. wood shed, storeroom, bath room and electric lights : inquire of E. L. Dens more. 1 Pleasant street. liStf TO " RENT-Poisll tenement at 48 East street, auitable for man and wife; also rottaee house to rent Inquire of G. L VVoodworth. Eaotman Block. 10?tf TENEMENT TO " RENT Injure of Mrs. James Ahcrn, tel. 245-W, 41 East street. Hf TO RENT Flve-rne-i tenement srith garden at 84 Elmwood avenue; apply at same ad dress. aotf TO RENT Tenement 4 rooms, $10 a mo.; Smith place. Maple avenue; Smith Brce . TO RENT$-rorm tenement. 1st floor The Northern : all modern : apply at HO North Main street. $4tf TO RENT Tenement at M Merchant street, also 4 tenements on Willey street, all la flml-rlsse shape: modern improvetaents ; Geo. W. Mann. $4 Wellington street. S2tf WHY FAT RENT? We can often take Liberty Bonds ia part pavmsnt for homes sad have ne.ee yet taken them at Um than face value. Better aee us at once. TWO FARM BARGAINS No. 14U. 11$ acre place; geed emfort sble house and barn ; about 40 arras of woodland ; grafted fruit orchard ; located about three miles from Worcester on gend road. Fneo $1,000.00. It is worth murk more: good hay crop will be Included if sold before bay cut No, 144 A S&.OoO.M farm for $4,000 no: terms $l.AO0.00 down ar might take a rtuss rlace in pert ssymest : ftv serve of enrcei-t Kill tana ; sugar, ousa ana irult : two-story I House ana two gnoa rilapKoanted barns : torsted tme wile from good village and hwfc school on srvMa rnaa. . iass team ralk Ifcia is a genuine bargain and yog better I tone tt over at wore, as It won t stay M j the market long. WANTED TO BUY f-WANT A TRACT $0 ACRES OR MORE Imrrovd or unimproved, srith private lake: P. B. 1J4. 4Jnd street, BmrVlyn. N. T. i:f WANTED TOBUY STANDING HAY ; tet -M. WANTED to BUY eto-hand turnlro-W too aad stovss : inquire O. Smith. $37 No. Msin street, tel. 72-M. lltt- WANTED IT STANDS ALONE The Famous John Deere Beater on Axle Spreader has won its prestige thru its Simplicity. Endurance and Light Draft. Ask the man who uses one. Here's a few: Geo. McKnight. East Montpeiier. Lyle Young, Eaat Montpeiier. Albert McKnight. East Montpeiier. E. C. Fitch, Calais. Vt. Webb Cate Son, Calais, Vt Bs-on Wilbur, Calais. Vt, Ralph Parker Plainfield. Henry Cate, Plainfield. Ferd Batehelder. Plainfield. H. H. Farrington. Plainfield. William Nelson, Barre. A. Corti. Barre. Frank Allen, Barre. D. C. Roben, Barre. Rodea a Ingersoll. Barre. E. C. Cutler. Barre. Harry Blanrhard. South Barre. Will Jackson, South Barre. Oscar Hanson. South Barre. Will Briggs, Willismstown. Chris Mekkelsen. Williamstown. H. E. Smith. Willismstown. Ernsst Hood. WilliamsUrwn. Ernest Hutchinson. Williamstown . Henry Menard, Williamstown. H. E. Stoddard. Brookfiald. W. B. Colt Brookfield. Walker Bros.. Cabot R. J. Carter A Son. Groton. Redfleld Phillire. Montpeiier. Peter Hamel. Montpeiier. Mark Moody. Waterbury, and many others. Place your order at once and insure vourself of a real up-to-date low down Spreader that horses ran pull- MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone A Cheerful Prospect k a car of Papec blowers in time for use when rou need them. Wa bought serty thst you might do likewise. Remember exchange. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephosat ENGINES THE D. A. TERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY farm" Next SundsT will rr r.brT ' tat PrT. Wcbsterrille and Gtanite. ii to Barm I,.';'.R be held at the letter, where r"' W..ipto Wnii.ty- to Barro the r:::r-m fatWr. .,f B-c4.f..M frat , U,H U,T rnrnt :vtne wersis. i ne .tin ag nro.-)i i meets at 12 s'liotk. Let at taet at ( aw, r ,-aj k a jr V HI 1 S tiM 1M . . - fe per aaiia 5L J. WHITCOMR. Kt Barre, Vermont TELXPHONE $. w i(t i't nac-'vj l.."S ZTp AS- THE CHAMPLAIN Transportation Company Automobile Ferry Service Bai-afton, Vt to Fart Kent, If. T. Safe and Commodious Steamera 40 J-instes Crctccc Leaie Burhnftca as fellows: Daily Eaccft Saadaya $ 141 a. at 11. -, 4 aad $ U p. aa ScBilTS O-Jy let ard !!- a. aa. t .U aad :J$ a, aa. WANTED Garage for car in vicinity of Mar4e Grove street Barre; address "Garage" this office. l$lt ANTONE OWNING A PORTABLE STONE erufhrr with or without power pl-sue PsTrT K0U this August watber? Not if i have spent smrut one im. ' . . ' r i i . ... ... We are unloading two carloads of en gines. Sum range Tmm one a. p. to i" h. p. Engines with magnetons ; engines en skids : engines on sub-base : engines mounted : engines mounted with circular saw. This looks like a large lot hut many are already sold and we are having- calls from distant customers every day. . Goods are hard to get and delivery uncertain. We want to supply our near borne trade first If you will let as know your needs in sea son .while our storks ant eeenpiete. ff yew already have a small engine and want a larger one. remember we exchange. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone DOES IT FOOL YOU WANTED By catble woman, housework by the hour; inquire $ Addison place. Bsrrw. !lt-' WANTED One lsnre or two mediusa aised furnWhed rooms in desirab-e av-atic-a for Heht bourekceping : write to "O.," rare Time OfSce. 1 11- MISCELLANEOUS frANCfNGPrivete Icwscn. : latest new steps: pleased to see ail former pupils as. othe-s ; phone I't Mam street. lMtf GFNRALA-i LONG DI5T ANCff TRt'CK. IV'i Also uipped(to take partsas; rail -M. atsi LOST AND FOUND o?T Wedn-Uy a Ms s street near Lad store pair of iay s b'ack k-d gloeesi finder plcaes return -o ' Tunes OSVw. 120U LOST Near Barre, two buntntg eVtem. snaer is black with white aad brown. f-m w Krte and black: SMtjfv Asnhaw C -well. i Brwr et-etBarre. lu j NE. TeVrt-.e Its FOl -Sskcs ec ae-ya, sul wwner ea bave at this eioe. t ?rj nwa nrroere for war" si good advice and now is the best time to prepare for an early winter by installing a pi re tees fur nace. Soon freights will he higher- deliv eriea are slow and unrrtain. We rsn show you the furnace best suited to discourage a 40 below cold and cruel winter Nvw In stock. Vc-j ve nothing to gajn by waiting Order whue you can aee the roods. MARSH-ALLEN CO. New Eng. Telephone 149 Orange Ca. Thong WeWant to Show You Some as? the superior featurea tn cvrntrartioa in a John I u n har weter and a Joha r-arre com bsnrr. If you caa t twin early eV the nest beet thing and ask fer catalogue. Its tnterveting reading lor the man who haa a Wig fteid cf gr.n wr com. Oar pre-wr-t stock rf machines all wa will be abe an furnwh trie sc-son. Buy now. MARSH-ALLEN CO. TAKE NOTICE. LIVE STOCK FOR SALE jTfT-W MORE roLR-EEKS-OLD n s a few loads ef fear W sale: H L IWr- v . , . las. Barre. e-rnr-J- .'.-!. , Cl.flecC rm tjsne aad -.a fceevwfurr .. K B SALE-foet Hebtetn m. five - owe . fcss eareiaos aad s-u sessw sd Is Oo freebew ta Or"". Nu'esnber eaes. four 4 j'. tfc--e s-v t years: ; n.t KELLnr NOBLE. nefv-a t 4 ; P roesv Ws-ve-. w r-suinaJ. Viraitt, Aarsst . is.'s. tares. 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