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THE BARRE- DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY", AUGUST 0, 1920.
'ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interest from Dlflerent Sectioai. The August price for milk delivered In Boston will be 10 cents a quart. -...... riannnf boa annotated C. UU.C.MU. - -A Mead to succeed E. H. Guinn, deceased, as Justice of the peace in Underbill. A. F. Whiting of Whitinsville, Mass., paid $580 for a bull one year and eight months old, at the sale of cattle in Bralttleboro this week. Miss Mary J. Strong, 50, a native of Northfield and daughter of Charles Btrong, is dead at Franklin, N. H., where she had resided 40 years. After 55 years' absence in Michigan Isaac A. Balch, now living in East St. Johnsbury, returned to Lunenburg for a, visit and found more old friends than he expected to locate. While running a mowing machine Monday' afternoon S. J. McGinnis of East St. Johnsbury was thrown to the "ground. His chest hit the pole of the machine, one rib being broken and an other dislocated. Joseph E. Lanahan, a Rutland mer chant, has been bound over to the Oc tober term of United States court in bail of $500 on the charge of violat ing the Volstead act, by the sale of va nilla extract. He pleaded not guilty. Max Long, a Boston furniture store man, was arraigned in Boston munici pal court Wednesday on the cliarge of .receiving stolen automobile tires, some of which were stolen at Gt. Johns burn. The case was put over to August 11. John Frye, aged 82, driving a team onto the crossing on the West Dan ville road, was struck one day last week by a train, the wagon being "smashed to pieces and Mr. Frye being thrown some distance although not se iiously injured. The state .highway department is loaning trucks to towns so that the towns may get their roads into shape. Four have been sent to Burlington, two to Rutland, two to Post Mills (later to k. ..nt in Ponrlolnhl. two to Essex. W ' ------ C ' . .. . 1. J two to Williston, five to .Manooro ana two to Sherburne. On his promise to return to his fam ily and art differently in the future, Wallace Allen nf Orleans, who, with Miss Mabel McWain of Orleans, was arrested on a serious charge, was placed on probation and allowed to re turn home, while Mis9 McWain was bound over to the September term of Orleans county court. Allen had plead ed nolo contendere. Reporting to the secretary of state an accident which took place last Sun day, Mrs. John Pearson of Northfield says her car met "a man with a lot of cattle in the road. They had no light and before I could stop the car hit one." She offered to settle but the man didn't know if any damage was done. Along the Ohio ESTATE OF WHEELER J. BATCHELDER Stat of Vermont, district of Washington, s. j The honotwbl probate court lor th di- , trtet .foresaid: To the heir, and all P-r-Jons interested in the estate of Wheeler i Batchelder, late of Plainfield, in said district, decoded. GREETING! , . WHEREAS, application hath been made to thia court in writing-, by the executor praying- for Means and authority to sell ill of real tt of eaid deceased to wit: Situated in the towns of Flamfteld and Marshneld, In eaid district! representing to eaid court that it would be beneficial to V i I .11 (ntoreatad in the estate of said deceased, to ll eaid waj tate and convert tne same into mvmj. a -a KtniWnar into court the consent and approbation in writing-, of all the heir to eaid --itat reeiding- in thia state, and set tin "th the situation of the real estate! ..ff.llr.UrwiN, tne sain n a.,,.,..'-. and assigoea m u7 , . , ; at the probate) office in Montpelier, m said district to hear and decide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered publio notirw thereof to t given to an p" interested therein, br publishing said order, together with the time and place of hew ing, three weeks successively In the Bsrre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates in the neighborhood of those persons inter ested in said estate, all of which publica tions shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. , THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place assgned. then and there in said court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause Given under my nana at "mi"1"' said district, this 29th day of .Inly, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Julygo-AugS-ia , " ESTATE Of ERASTUtfTTEITH Three Lines for 25c TW. Ti will ..M,'.h Want. Lost end Found. For Sale, To Let, etc. short adver. tisementa at the rata of three lines for twenty-five eents for the first insertion ana ten cents for each subsequent insertion. FARMS FOR SALE. 135-Acre Farm With Horses, Cows, Tools, Crops Near city; great money-maker; machine worked fields, spring watered pasture, 60 cords wood, 160,000 ft lumber, - 150-barrel apple orchard! 7-room house, broad piazza, mapls shade; big Darn, vouiiry r,..- rtlnnv thnrratf in two. homes, four cows, poultry, wagon,, machinery,' all small tools and lot growing erops a taaen now , everything 14500, part cash, ' balance easy terms. Details, of this and smaller equipped farm near village for I860 page a utrout s Big Illustrated Catalog Farm Bargains 88 States. Copy free. Strout Farm . Agency, 664 B. S.. Old South Bldg., Boeton, Mass. FOR SALE 0-acre farm, miles from K. R. station on main road. mil from school and 2 churches, near neighbors, plen. ty of water by sprtntf and large brook, nice sugar bush of about tiO trees, besides ether lumber; for quick sale 11.600 including crops ; sold on easy terms ; apply to Ceo. C. Benjamin, Plainfield, Vt. EAST CORINTH Tremendous Power Displayed by Bolt of Lightning. The lightning played strange capers at W. H. Thompson's "early Friday morning of last week. On the hill some fifty rods back of the house it struck a tree about two and one-half feet through, splitting it into innum erable pieces, one over two feet long and four or- five inches through being blown over the house or shed, landing in the yard in front. Other longer ones were found in the field back of the house, with kindling size pieces all about. The electricity entered the house, burned out the telephone grounding wire, leaving a blackened strip nearly three feet wide ou the wall and ceiling, tipping over lamps and breaking chimneys and window glass. It tore a wire fence, split a post and made a big hole in the ground just back of the house. No one was injured, but they did have a big scare for a few minutes. WAITSF1ELD Deacon George W. Rogers, a lifelong resident of Newport Center, died Tues day at the age of 74 years, death com ing after a lingering illness. He was born May 2, 1846, his father having been one of the pioneers of Newport Center, coming from Moultonborough, V H. He was twice married, his first wife being Ruth Wilcox and Mrs. Jen nie Abbey. Children of the' former mar riage surviving are Wlnfred W. Rogers of Bradford, Mrs. Mabel K. Moroe of Lyndon and Mrs. Grace E. Griffin of Newport Center. MAY CLOSE HOSPITAL. Bellows Falls Institution U Running Into Debt Heavily. . . . Bellows Falls, Aug. 6. At a meet ing of the directors of the Rockingham hospital held Wednesday evening, ho directors present, V G. Hilliams. E. L. Walker. L. B. Wilson, F. C. Hildretli, James Barrett and W. C. Belknap, .! cided that in the absence of a mandate from the public m-hich the hoepital arrves, they were unwilling longer to continue the hospital with it regu lar monthly deficits, but they were also unwilling to close it. In view of all the facts it was decided best to fall a public meeting to consider the advisability of continuing or closing the hospital, this meeting to be iieli t 8 P- m. Aug. 10, probably in Ban quet hall It it hoped that a Urj-e number will be present to hear the statement of the directors, ask ques tions, make suggestions, et. Treasurer E. L. Walker stated that the bopital is at present in deM bout fH"00, and the debt is being increased from month to month, the monthly shortage running from f-100 to $500. ; . CAIWT To the Public. I wish to innoumr that I have rent ed the MarshfieM gsrspe and hired an etperien'-ej mei-hanirian. On Monday, Aug. 9. I will be ready to do all kin.N of automobile repairing. My prices will be reasonable. I snKnt your pat ronage, tliarlcs W. Hoimhton. Among those from out of town to attend the funeral of Mrs. W. H. Townsend were her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Philbrick, Mr. and Mr. Ora Philbrick and Mrs. Everett Brock of Barre, Mr. Townsends mother, sister and brother of Man chester, N. H., and Mr. and Mrs; Fred Richardson, an uncle of Mr. Townsend. There were many beautiful flowers. C. W. Jewell received word Tues day night of the death of Mrs. Caroline Wilson at the home of his son in ; l'iermont, N. H. Mrs. W. R. Rowland and children, Stanley and Ruth, are here for the rest of the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Welch. Lesdie Welch was at Hanover re cently to have tonsils and adenoids removed. ' Mrs. Clayton Peck and Miss Susie Taplin were in Hanover Tuesday to see Mrs. B. C. Abbott, who is making very satisfactory recovery at the hos pital there. Hie expects to leave the hospital early npxt week, bhe will go to Waterbury for a few weeks be fore returning to her home here. Mrs. M. A. Miller, who has been visiting here, has returned to White River Junction. Mrs. Abbie George of Boston is visit ing friends here for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Simpson were in town Sunday to visit his father, G. W. Sampson. Clayton Peck had a visit Sunday from his mother, sister and an uncle and aunt. - - Mr. and Mrs. Harvey of Waterbury, a aister of Mrs. E. S. Rowland, have been at Mr. Rowland's. Gaylord Palmer Wedding. A pretty wedding occured Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palmer, the occasion being the marriage of their only daughter, Gladys, to Walter M. Gayford, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Perley B. Gayford. At the stroke of eight the bridal pro cession advanced to the strains of Lo hengrin's wedding marchc (Wagner) played by Mrs. W. A. Retnele. The offi ciating clergyman was the Rev. Wil liam A. Remele, pastor of the Congre gational church. The double ring serv ice was used. The ceremony was per formed under an arch of ferns and pink sweet peas." The dining room was in blue. The bride was attended by Miss Dorothy Savage and the groom by Rich ard Gaylord. Only the immediate fam ily relatives, about 00 in all. were pres ent. A goodly array of wedding gift showed the affection and esteem in which the young people are held. Those attending from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Don Fielder, Moretown; Mr .and Mrs. H. A. Allen and the Miss-, es Allen, Randolph; Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert King, Burlington; Hazen Gaylord, Randolph; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pal mer, Wilder; Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Barnard of Brandon; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Barnard of Orwell and Mies Dorothy Savage of Rutland. Refresh ments of ice cream and cake, with wed ding cake, were served. Mr. and MVs. Gaylord left Tuesday evening for Wa- ( terburv, and after a short stay at Highgate will make their residence for the present with the groom's father, P. B. Gaylord. made for the candy booth at the Home Circle sale. A social hour was spent with out-of-door games, music, and dancing. Refreshment of cake and ice cream were served. Btata of Vermont, District of Washington, ss. The honorable probate court for the ois ; .. :j , .u mnam interested in mcv .... ... i -. . ... - - - the estate of Ersstus Keith, late of City of Bsrre, in said district, doc eased, Ijivcni urveseifl mmtA ha aMlffned the 97.1. Am nt AiiOTMt nevt for exsjnimnff ana allowing the account of the trustee of claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to ail person, interested in ssld estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous TO the day sssigned. In the Bsrre Pally Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, in r""' district .- , . THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ap pear at the probate office In Mootpelirr. In said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 6th day or August, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Aue-lS-2e " ESTATE OF WILLIAM 8. ALEXANDER HELP WANTED MALE WANTED -Young man to work in draught ing department, one with some experience preferred; address A. B., careTimee. 121 W' WANTED Experienced man to operate hoist for boom derrick, steady Job; In. Pelagiri Co..Northfiead. 120tf WANTED Experienced sand-blast opers"- tor : Marr & Gordon, Jnc. 120tf WANTED A capable surface-cutter opera tor; Gasparcllo Bros., West Second street. 121t3 EAST ORANGE Mrs. Rilas Bowen, who has been vis iting her sister in Laconia, N. H., the past three weeks, returned home Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reed brought her home in their car, return ing Sunday. C. C. Lamb and family of Barre were at their farm here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Toney Gasperilli and two daughter of Barre visited at C. G. Simpson's Sunday. John Chase and Mrs. Addie Patter son of East Barre visited at W. M. Prescott's Sunday. Mrs. Tillotson of Morrisville came Sunday to visit her daughter, Mrs, C M. Colby, and family, for a few weeks. They met her at Barre in their car. H. Lyon of Boston came Saturday for a week's visit with hi family, who are here for the summer. Hal Sargent of Plymouth, N. IT, rame Sunday for a few day' visit at M. R. Hamilton's. I. C. Dashner has purchased a new automobile. HOUSES fOR SALE FOR 8ALE The Fenwick place, one and a half mil from Barre poet office, 4"2 acres land. k.m 10 cows and two horses, good vegetable farm, good house and barns, best of snrin water: - price $4,000, including; wr, t the fannina tools: T. H. Cave. Ad ministrator. Barre. 122tf FOR KALE Two-tenement house at 80 Circle street, - hot water, electric lights, barn; inquire of Mm- Albina Uspit, 31 Circle street H9t FOR SALE A seven-room eottane, corner Franklin and Tremont etreeta, steam heat, hardwood floors, sot tubs and all modern . - - . ...... k. luwalif .t a h.rffflin fund created by the last will and testsmontj(f hi onct . caj 415, McAllister of Eraetue Keith, and for a aecrfiXent " of the residue of said estate, to . ! pri a.t.RHesue in on of' tne neat able locations in the city, has cemented collar, furnace, bath, hot and cold water, garden, g-araire; terms reasonable ; also cot tatre house of seven rooms near Batchelder street, convenient to stone shed ; inquire at Academy street Ut6 JAMES STREET HOUSE of 7 rooms: hen- house 12x20 ft; house is lig-hted by elee tricity ; has 1 bay windows : cellar cemented ; plenty of fruit and s-ood g-ardan : price 12,000.00; this is a pleasantly located horns and convenient for grupite workers ; D. .A. Perry Real Estate Aency.Bsrre 99tf FOR SALE Six-room eottaae house at the corner of Park and Hin streets: large garden and 2 henhouses ; easy payments if desired; inquire at 80 Eastern avenue w telephone Sjia-X. 9; FOR BALE "-room modern bouse en Mont- pelier road; piaixa, barn, henhouse, z ncrea land ; reasonable ; also a-tenement house at 83 Merchant street snd cot ta ire house on Washington street; Mrs. .; Miles.tl. m-X. 04ti FOR SALE A nice home in South Barre; 10-room house, barn, henhouse and garden; house ia hasted bv a Eoencer steam heater. which cannot be beaten, burns the cheap buckwheat coal: electric lishta in house and barn; nice lawn with shade trees and shrub, bery; will sell at a big sacrifice: inquire of W. 1 terr at Jones Bros. to. or on pmn iscs. btf FOR SALE 7-room sortsae. all modern eon. ventences; barn, garaire, S lota H oesireo . owner leaving city; i. bossi, so ocn.n atre. State of Vermont. District of Wsihinjrten, s. The honors fale probate eourt for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons Interested in the estate of William S. Alexander, late of City of Barre. in said district, deceased, GREETING ! WTfEREAS. said eourt has assumed the xth day of August next for exsminlnc and allowing the account of ths administrator with will annexed of the estate of said de ceased sad for a decree of the residue of laid estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice therW be given to all persons in terested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks suecsssiviy previous to ths day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, in said dist-rirt. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, In aid district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of ssid ac count if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimant to said residue. Given under my hand, thia 8th day of August. 120. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Augt-lS-IA CHAUFFEUR WANTED With his own two-ton truck, trucking my cordwood into Roxbury, three miles, ail down hill, steady job, will pay $1.00 per cord : for further information apply to "A. B.," Box 147, Northfield, Vt ll7t4 MEN WANTED To cut' down trees with sawinir machine, work 3 miles from Rox bury, will pay IMO.Ofl a month with board ind room, only good steady workers willing to attend church on 8undays need write; apply "A. B.," Box 147, Northfield. Vt im8! WANTED Surfacer and gang of cutters, company has a number of good tene ments; rent free to granite cutters; apply to Davis Bros.. West Berlin, Vt. lUtf WANTODBoyt jrime WANTED Man or boy to work on farm, and irirl or middleaxed lady for house work: E.L. Johnson, WaterburyVt lUt WANTED AT ONCE to" Good Woodsmen to cut and skid lours ; also some Kooa jobs to let Stafford & Tindsle, Plainfield, Vt.. F. H. Goodrldge, Manager. WANTED A Married Man to Work on farm and drive team. Good 'psy and steady position for right man. Can rent tenement on farm. Apply E. 8. Moulton, on H. M. Farnham farm. Phons 48-Y. Montpelier. 1"5 FIRST-CLASS MAN WANTED at Cutler's Stable. 108tf WANTED AT ONCE-First-class brickiay- ers. I1.17H per hour; tenders 80c: 12 months' work ; Louis A. Lafranre, Windsor. Vt: applyto MrGoulet Supt. 89tf WANTED Three first-class letter cutters: one who can carve; aiso thrje granite cutters ; best of wsges ; address C. Schlei- ters Sons. Freedom. Pa. LS9" TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few tons of hay for sale; apply to K. M. Nelson, 10 Merchant street. H" FOR SALE FOR SALE Electric polishing machnines, ona and two h. p. ; see these before buy ing, and buy the best; W. A. Lane, tel. 4-R. i 120t3 FOR SALE Half-site white iron bed, s and mattress ; Street pnng P. Hamel, 60 Wellington 120U FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Cadillac touring car. No. 16 De Laval separator, "Star" stanchions and water bowls ; two rows, milk cooler, small ben house, and food hoppers ; P- M. Carr, 27 Camp street . lUtf FOR SALE Wheel chair in first class con dition, cost ti&, price $16; George N. Jerd. Randolph. Vt U9te FOR SALE New Perfection gas stove. first class rondlton ; E. O. Holmes, A Maple Grove, telephone 241-X. 118tf FOR SAT.E-M. L. Towne has about 20 tons of standing hay without available shelter j Jo order caH 814-X. J:J8tf FOR SALE Household furniture, consist ing of round and square dining tables, sideboards, princess dressers, rockers, chairs, kitchen cabinets, deck's, chiffoniers, stands, refrigerator, etc. ; also Glen wood and Quaker cook stoves for coal and wood: A bra in Fine. 48 Ms pie avenue. IlSt6 FOR SALE Perfection three-burner oil stove, complete with oven and high back : first class condition : also Excelsior motor cycle, electrically equipped ; bargain for im mediate sale 81 Merchant streeet. 117t FOR SALE A manure spreader ; will ex change for good young cow ; M. Usle, West Hill, Brre- lists' BABBITTS FOX SALECheckered Giants ; inquire at Khorea Btumo. "ll43I FOR7SALE A" preparation for .(leaning granite and marble monuments ; brightens the lettering and makes the whole monument-.look clean and new: guaranteed; prices on application : James Sullivan. 114 Park street, Barre, Vt. -' , 18tf MO N D RUB B E ROOFTFIlNf : water, weather, fire and sunproof; 800 lbs. to bbl. ; I am resdy to paint or repair your roofs; E. L. Densmore, 1 Pleasant street. 112tf HELP WANTED FEMALE GIRL WANTED Tor general housework at 111 North Seminary street; three in family. 121t8 WANTED AT ONCE A middleaged lsdy for a housekeeper by a widower with one child, on a farm; J. F. Rogers. R. D. 1. Box 67. South Royalton, Vt 119t9 WANTED-A lone man wants a competent Protestant lady as housekeeper, those not under 40 years preferred, would exchange references, good home, sure pay : for par ticular write to Lock Box 251. Barre, Vt 11M6 WOMAN WANTED To do housework for small family; address "F. L.," enre Times Office. , ; tlU7! WANTED Girl for kitehen work at the Kellntnr Bnardinsr House 28 School street Montpelier: telephone 872-M. U3tf Old Sores, Ulcers and Eczema Vanish POSLAM LIKES BAD CASES OF FIERY ECZEMA A. T. Bovor and wife of Randolph are gursts of their daughter, Mrs. Will tiraves. Mr. and Mrs. J. A; Dodds are the parents of a eon, born at noon Tues day Aug. 3, at the lleaton hospital. Mises Patience Harrington and An nette Middleton of Burlington are at R. I. Stafford's. Mrs. P. R. BisVe is spending the week in Bsrre. Carroll Bifbee, who was rerently struck by lightning, sat up Tuesday and was out on the piazza. It is hoped he is on the way to recovery. Mis Helen Bisbee returned Monday from Boston. Nilcs Carey is visiting hi grand father, George Kew, in Irisville. Miss Rita Waldcn of Boston is a guest of Miss Helen Bisbee. The Y. C. C. class of the Congre gational Sunday school, met Tuesday evening with Mis Alice Biebee. tmie 20 odd members were present. At the business meeting arrangements were J Good, Old, Reliable Peterson's Oint ment a Favorite Remedy. "Hsd 81 ulcers on my lews. Doctor wanted to eut off leg. Peterson Ointment cured me." Wm. J. Nichols. 402 Wilder Street. Rochester, N. Y. Get a Urge box for only 88 cents a any druggist says Peterson, of Buffalo, and money bark if it Isn t the beat you ever used. Always keep Peterson's Ointment in k Fine for burns, scalds, bruisas. sunburn, chafing and the surest remedy for itching eexema and piles the world ha ever Peterson's Ointment is the best for bleeding snd Itching plies I heve ever found." Major Charles E. Whitney, Vlne- wrl Haven Mill. "Peterson's Ointment ha given great satisfaction for "sit Rheum." Mr. J. Weiss. CuylervUle, N. Y. All dnurirL-ts sell it recommend It, Mall orders filled by Peterson Ointment Co.. Inc. BurtaJo, N. Y, Adv. PROFESSIONAL CARD DRTEDWIN f. heimncer howlasd bldg. SURGEON DENTIST FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST Ct'RRIER BCILDINC. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS ureably grateful. Aa Poslam continues to penetrate there derelope just the healing procee. needed. Contrast the au of heaJmg with the severity of the trouble, and P lam s work seems remarksbla inded- One ounce of Poelara is worth a pound of oint ment less efftrimt rV.M v-rwhTre. For Tree samfe wnie Telephone S69-W, Barre. Vt. HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S HOWTAND UtTLDINO Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis 'Phone ie-M Stock at Auction A I must raise ome funds to meet oblications will eell at auction to the highest bidder on the old Charles Nichols plaee, in Brookfield, about two mile 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 even tons of good hay. Term at time of sale. J. W. HARFORD, Owner, D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. TERRY & NO 0 NAN CNEXCEt-LF-O FUNERAL Fl'RVTSHlNGS Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square. Barre TeL eonnertioa. 428-W -. . . - -v wet t-tt.T DR. LEWIS JJ. iir.iiit qpr ttc " Jt,,. . -t-ttt,-. rTT-c!riAM I O tt tt U O Ubl t,Ul i HIV I 111 'V. aW Offi? t-i Room t Mu Buildin! T-rbon Tonnertion to Emerw-ncy Ishoratones. 21 West 4 th . OFHCE HOI K-w p ,r mork St. New York City. 4 p.m. ssoneay. .r.,.. rT-;r - -. I'nre Tour skin V, heeome fresher, elesrer. DR. A. H. SMITH IN OUR VrW LfK-ATtOM We are nirm readv to serve both eld w rustAmers with a hi Eh grade of Jewelry. Auction Sale of Stock A I am unable to care for my stock I will sell at public auction on Upper Main street, Montpelier. AUGUST 7TH, at i O'clock the following describrd property: Seven good cow, heavy milkers; two shoats, one bay mare, seven-years-old, good worker or driver; one milk sepa rator, one kitchen range, one light buggy, one top buggy. Term, at time of sale. ARTHUR WILLIS, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. 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 ra.v part of the loss in event of fire. EVERYTHING INSUR ABLE has increased ir cost from fifty to three hundred per cent, and the price of labor has increased propor tionately. For full protection pee J.W.DILLON EilafcHsked I). m ittb m rw-K BARRE. VERMONT V . FOB"SAL&-trow block. Uo8outh Main street, contains 2 stores. 2 tenement, aiss building lots ; good renting property ; price for immediate sals, 16.600 ; 1L G. Boyee. 11 Acad, my street. "GREENLEIGH' 2R S. Main street, for sale: the semi-bungalow residence of the late W. F. Milne, built within years : con tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tubs, cement sel ler floor and steam heat : henhouse and I trs lots go with the property; apple tree, berry bushes, etc., and garden In good con dition: apply to Mr. W. F. Milne, tel. 429-M. FOR SALE Two-story. 2-tenement house. with rood harn and cellar under bonss and barn, all in good repair: each tenement has rooms, electric lights ana Beta : pier.iy of garden for both tenements! the bsrn could, for a small amount of money, be made Into a S-room tenement : tni is gooo property to buy for home or Investment ; sit. uated at 14 Clark street: price right! tele ohone e-R or Inquire at 21-22 Howlsnd building: Elwln L. tirott. !- A Few Exceptional Values in Good Homes Prices much lower than they will ever sell for again. ORANGE STREET HOUSE OF 8IX ROOMS: hardwood floors and finish down stairs ; two porches, furnace, light, plumb ing, ete. Very pleasantly situated on large lot affording an excellent garden or rhanre for another house. Owner is ska and went immediate sale. Will let it go for 17.7,6.00, which 1 much tea than actual value. ACADEMY STREET HOUSE w rth all eon reniences, furnace, light, etc six good rooms, good garden with quantity of small fruit. Kino location and a bargain t IJ.MW.OO. ONE OF THE PEST BUILT HOUSES In Barre can be bought for just about no half the cost to build to-day. There are eight room, most of them finished in turly Krrh : Dolvhed floors : all conveniences. In. eluding set laundry tubs, eplemdid wide porch and screened steeping porch : extra lot. quantity of shrubbery, fine lawn. etc. The owner is leaving town and allows us to offer thw fine property for IS.600.Oft; ll.000.rtfl down. It ts a chsnre of life time. Located near Pleasant street. II, I5O.0O BUYS this flve-room hmise on firsnt Ave. Lighted snd in good condition : bandy to granite works ; a good home for the money. WE CAN SELL you a comfortable home on Karwell street for only 1650.00 with psrment of 1100. 04 down. WHY PAY RENT T We can often take Liberty Bonda in part payment for homes snd have never yet taken them at less than (ace value. Better see us at once. TWO FARMBARGAINS No. 146S. Hi acre place: good comfort, able boua and barn : about 4 acre of woodland : grafted fruit orrhsrd ; locaued sbout U"e mile frvra Worcester on good mm A Frwe Sl.wv.im. ti v worm mucn WANTED All-round cock for small sum mer ir.n : apply to William M. uale, Lske More. Fairlee. Vt. 7tf EFFICIENT COOK, waitresses snd kitchen wAmn wanted at once at Millers Inn. Montpelier. 7Str Pt!PILS"NURSES"WANTEr Youne women ft tram nuraw . v. . . j tiu.n.'. Bsrre. Str WANTEt) Pupil nurse and attendant at the Tsunton State Hospital : wages. ISS.iV) per month with maintenance: for particulars r Arthur V. Rtwt. Sunt. Taunton Stat Hospital. Taunton, Mass. ?S4tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP CLERKS (Men, women! over 17, Tor Poets I Mail service: 1135 month: examinations August: experience unnecessary: for free particulars, write R. Terry (former civil crvire examiner), VI Continental Bide.. Washington. 122t8 COriK WANTED Male or female, to be able to do good cooking for men In lum ber eamn, would like a woodemsn and his fife, was- 190.00 a month with room and board, only one who ia willing to attend -hurch on SundsTS need apply to "A. B.." Wo 147. NorthneWVt. u, ni HFI.P WANTED Young men and women to take poalt'ons as srtendsnts at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wa terbury ; to those who dseire. an opportunity offered to attend nurses' training course: apply at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt. lWf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Buick five-passenger touring car, will exchange for cows; C. F. Cum- minip). Cabot, Vt. 118ti FOR SALE 1 917 Ford touring car. over hauled and -painted, good tire ; address Ford.Box 1 pWserbury Vt. 117t8 FOR SALE 1918 model b-65 Buick ear, overhauled and not been used this year : good tires ; interested party call 411-M or at plant ; Comolli ft Co. ' lOBtf USED CAR FOR SALE A "Cole" ; running order; apply at Palace Garage. Barre. 102tf AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE -Ford auto for sal : also would carry passengers even Ings or iundsys : reasonsble prices : address Charles N. Scott, Graniteville, Vt., Tel. 227-8. tOtf DODGE-TRUCK-FOR SALE Screen body : ffntt-rlasa condition, good a new, 1919 model ; run about 8,000 mile. Fisher Farm, Bethel. VL 1 HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALEOne piano box buggy and good sleigh, slso Springfield rifle; Earl A. Boyee, Williamstown, Vt, People' phone. 41B1L ' 121t8 FOR SALE Five horses, one pair, ags 4 and 5, weieht about 2300 ; one pair, aire and 7, welsrht 2700; one horse. 8 years old, weighs about 950 lbs. ; will sell cheap or exchange for cows : W. H. Cutts, two mile from Barre on Esat Montpelier road. rhoneS82-14; 120t3 TWO PAIR WORK HORSES FOR SALE Also harness, one extra heavy milk wagon and one lighttsr one. C. M. Gould. Montpelier, Tel, 468-6. 10 tf Harness or Harvesting Heaviest and best. 99.A4X Lighter ones far less. Fiti-All Collars, 88.60. Other collar for less. Vehicle &. Supply Co. Colton's Place. S4 State Street, Montpelier houses to rent; fO RENT Five-room upstairs tenement, newly repsirod. on Summer street: in quire at 2! Church street or telephone 697-M. 110t4 FURNISHED COTTAGE At Elwell's pond, 4 miles from Danville on state road, good fishing and beats, telephone and mail serv ice; also furnished six-room farm home for August; W. S. Sanborn, R. F. D. 1. Barnet. Vt1 llTtT TO RENT Cottage house, bam. garden and hen house; one mile from Bsrre: ap ply to Leon Cummings, 84 Merchant street. v UStf fO RENT One large furnished front room, suitable for light housekeeping: In quire at 46 Longstreet. UStf TO RENT First class tenement; inquire o Dr. O. G. Stickney, 60 Wsshington street. UStf fWCVTEN E M E NT HOUSE at 8 Faster tract to rent: inquire Mrs. Elitebeth Ruebee. 8 Richardson street: telephone 168-R Jilt FOR RENT Five-room tenement with pantry, wood shed, storeroom, bsth mom nd elnctrte lights : Inquire of E. L. Pens- l Plrassnt sirwet. iijiti East mora TO RENT all tenement at 48 street, suitable for man and wife; also cnttae-e hmi to rent Inquire of G. L. Woodworth. Eastman Block. 107tf Tf NEMENT TO RENT Injure of Mrs. Jsmes Ahern. tel. 24&-W. 41 East street. tf tO RENT Tive-iSom tenement with garden at 64 Elmwood avenue; pply t same ad dress. TO RFNT--Tnement 4 rooms, $10 a mo.; fmith plsee. Msple rnae: Smith Biwl TORFNTrnrm tsmement. 1st floor Ths Northern : all modern ; pply at 820 North Main street. 4tf TO RENT-Teriement 't 2 Merchant Itreet, also 4 tenement on Willey street, all In first-class shape: modern improvement: Gee W. Mann. M Wellington street. 6-JtT LIVE STOCK FOR SALE Vod hay crop will be included if FOR SALE One four-year-old Jersey row. arbVdorehay k cut. to freshen In February ; one scven.yeer- .,u A ixftfto.M farm for 84.000 : old row and heifer calf; E. M. White. S7 terms 61.0O0 down or might take a cheap place in part payment ; 100 acres of exeel Mt land; ugr bush and fruit; twetory hmaie and two good cilapbnarded barns: located one mile from good village and blah school on mam road. Cream seam call. This is a genuine bargain and yon better Inok it over at one, as it won't star on the market kmg. THE D. A. TERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Upland avenoo. Barrw 12tf FOR SALE -18 nice hnta. seren-werk- old. Uurco Jersey wiin roiana imim crass : some dandy breeders in the lot : 8" for your rhHre or 16 for nine: J. A. Cum min. R. D. 2. Barre. telephone 4S9-M. 121ti A" FEW'-MORE FOUR-W"EEKS-OLD P1S- a few loads of hay for sale ; H. L. Poug- ku. Bsrre. telephone 87-I4. USt FOR i ALE Seven Holstein torn, five due to freshen in October, two in Novmhrr: four r 4 yean old. three re 6 years . all tuberculin tefd ; PSo rossl. Werrm r-re Farm. Fjwt Barre: telephone 8?i-2. I17tl.. WANTED TO BUY better by the daily use of I'oelara wp. snedicaled with Poelam. Adv. Rrfipr ef Oar Pionrrr Mothers, for the horn treatment of dii.ee ... . I.LI. T' w er sronfleriuiiT oepcnai:ie. ur they knew pothins cf rinig. but oued j their MiiTf'd to tlie rrxit. herl ri'Ij WV ff the fiell. It i intercut ir. J - . V. . t A l Plnl-liim'i Vece. t.hle rr-jMir.d. the tnest mr-ful Built for COtriort Ar i..r fcn-.le we h..e. w. till ro(et anenf thevtXMiM. Its fsm h B Avk to tet It rr-4 from shcrc to ore. nd th .u TAUXTON KMTTING CO. ean.j rf AiMWH morren row c;l j T4Bitaa, Mas. .I strons la:m thT owe their health, i I id i I" r.i khjta FOR AI K kit VejrVat,; Cccfousi. Adv. i ! .-, 3 I Al. ' '1 Bp Ir -" ' Osteopathic Physician rs KEITH AVENUE ri-v,,, Cled Tueedys nd fsturdar TIANO TUNING ARTHVR P.I.F.D .1 ..a, ml! IED 1 . -.J. . 1 i " .tj tt.w -m fl.W 161 Kertk Mai Ftrwst si;y s !ie fvoow, . , " - O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ! ?4 EI M STREET SOLE AGENT FOR BOS10N AMERICAN GAGE & GAGE CHIROPRACTORS OfiV will be rinsed until Aug-uet . BARRE. VERMUWT F. H. Rojers S: Co, Barre, VL "MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Et rrre, VrhtertiIle aril GractetiHe t trr OrtTe. Wvh upton "J Williamstown to Brr Long d.tBce tr.p IL J. WHITCOMB. r't Carre, Vermont TEIXFBOM 4U-W tsoo 7(3 We fr Mil FOR SALE Two 1917 Fords. $150 and 5325 . One 1914 Ford for $300 One 1913 Ford for $250 One 1916 Ford for $500 A. M. FLANDERS 107 Xo. !: St. Bsrre, Vt LOST AND FOUND tOSTAt "Casely" Park during the Websft game tsetween Granitrilie A. C. and Parr K of C- Thersday afternoon. July !. Mack knit tie; finder please leave at t Time ornce. 12115 i lis I nwnwn, - ",, (tree "ear I-dd s store pair of ldy s ' ' . 4 Bqure O. bfBiub. in He. r!ck k.d gleams; finder perase reUi I VclrTstreet, tel. 72-M- 1!lt-'" T'A'sN't A TRACT Sfl ACRES Oli MORE or onimprmred. with private v..- P B. 1834. 4-nd street. Bmnalrn.-I K. T. - - . WVTT.D-TO BIT STAMUu MAI : lei Our Big Sale of OILS still going on at same' old prices Better buy some. Heavy or Medium Sc a gallon by the half-barrel. Sc a gallon by the barrel. We have it right here In stock. Vehicle 4 Supply Co. Colton's Place. 84 State Street, Montpelier. IT STANDS ALONE The Famous John Deer Beater on Axl Fr reader bus won its prestige thru k Simplicity. Endursnc nd Light Draft. Afk the man who use one. , Here's few: Geo. McK night, Est Montpelier. Lyle Young. Esst Montpelier. Albert McKnlght, East Montpelier. E. C. Fitch. Calai. Vt Webb Cate eV Son, Calais. t B-on Wilbur. Calais. Vt. Ralph Parker Plainfield. Henry Cate, Plainfield. 1 Ferd Batchelder. Plauifleld. H. H. Fsrrington. Piainfleld, William Nelson. Barre. A. Corti. Barre. Frank Allen, Bsrre. P. C. Roben. Barre. , Rodea IngersolL Barr. E C. Cutler. Barre. Harry Blanchard, South Barr. Will Jackson, South Barre. Oacsr Hanson. South Barre. Will Briggs. Willismstown. Chris MekWelson. Williamaiown. H. E. Smith. Williamstown. Fmest Hood. Williamstown. , . .. Erneat Hutchinson. WilliamsuTw. Henry Menard. Willismstown. ( H E Stoddard, Brookfield. .-'..' W. B. Colt. Brookfield. Walker Bros.. Cabot. ft. J. Carter A Son. Grot on. Redfield Phillips. Montpelier. Peter Hsmel, Montpelier. . Mark Moody, Waterbury, nd many other. Pkaca your order at once and Insure yourself of a real up-to-date low down Spreader that horse can rull. MARSH-ALLEN CO. K. E. TcT,hgr.eU 0JTrangcCo. Telephone ' A. Cheerful Prospect is car of Pane blower tn Mm Tor us when you need them. We bought early that you might do likewise. Remember we exchange. MARSH-ALLEN CO. V. E. Telephone 140 Orsnge Co. Telephone ENGINES 4-M. tf VTT.i TO Pl'T "reei-hsnd fumita-w. Ttmm O .-, LflSfT Near Barre. two huntinal slog. male ki blck with white aad brown, female white and black : notify Abraham CerwoH. ? Brook tree.Bariw. KftJ FOCNbBoc key, which owner can I hare at th of, ice. DISSOLUTION The partnership hereofo-e existing tx. itwwm John A noil and P'i" Dewtev trade j the frm waene of A not. Den us is th. day d-seoled by mutual eoeoert. John Arsoii w 11 aerwsfle- eondjet saJ tsa.lw and will par all bills due fess su4 nrwi and I eo'leet all due ad rw. Dated at 'ts of Rare tr.is l!b day ot ! a l a? JOHH ARIOt I BAJ1LIO IFf WANTED WAFD''Mef",' cr in ic.nfy of Mark- C.row street Bsrre; ddn "Garage- this emce. Hit- a wove Owning a portable stone crusher with er without power please rommuna-st at once wi-h A. B. In Bs-tp. imt WANTaT Otx lars-e er l si tfri fuerwhed rooms in owirahie In. ufl fr fi,M h-wevecpin ; wnt to O .- eae tT rveve llt MISCELLANEOUS W are unloading two carloads of tm ginea. Sire range (mn one h. P to 1 h p. Engine with magnetons: engines or skids : engines on sub-base : engine mountot: en sinew mounted with rimilar saw. This looks Uka a Urge lot but many are already old nd w are hsring call from dwunt customer every day. Gcc-t re hard to get nd delivery uncertain. V. a want to supply our near bom trad first If yon will let us know your need In e aon while our tocks r complete. If yon already hare a small engine and want a larger one, remember wa esrhenge. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel er bone 14(t Orang Co. T'phon "DESlflOOL'YOU tii August wewther? Not ff you hare spent about one winter in Vermont "In times e-f peace prerare for war" is good advio and now is th best time to prepare for an rarly winter by installing a pipelesw fur nace. Sxwi Ireignt win oe ruiwr u-.iv-enoi are slow snd nnce-tain. we ran show you the fumace best su-ted to dtsnmiras a 40 below cold and cruet annter. Now rn stork. You've nothing to gain by waiting. Order while you csn se the goods MARSH-ALLEN CO. New Eng. Telephone 14 O ran re Co. 'Pbon We Want to Show You gnrn of the superior features tn construction in a John Deere har .wtcr and a Jo Decw eom hinder. If you can t come early thr ast b t thin and f-r catalcwv. Its inte-vwting read-ng for toe mn who has a bik Seid of gr or corn. Our preeent tork of msct'rea m all w wi I be h4e so fu-TtfR tt-is scwon. Bjy now. MARSH-ALLEN CO. BOl .-.HT IX A XT COM mo 4 - H-etwwt 7;t ' : , sreai foe M ewi. elver r '"'- : .. w.l to Ae-sa Toe o. . .,' TAKE NOTICE. KETTTi Hl.v. A-" imiu. 1,.vw.t. MS O-awrs Co Tet-ph tarhmet wcra on aui " a wicti,., . - - - prce IIS: personal rrevaa eitra ; LmM's M'l OreVr Houa. Box lit. B rr , A- l-.t- , . v . x ,1 r.-.,(. swiai: latest m ! I have t is 5sy nwn wiy . 1 v-w; riewse e l fmur r-'. ' Ci "orrl tw ti-r ard ra-l hereafter e.sim ' . t- W -. - t-iAtt ' . -J kM Mn,r.K au fluno a' kia AND IJOX MTANi E TTat t h. weM. vrti-v vnmr Saw street. tVsston.orn. FuefM. Postal N It --L esaitped take par-is : est J5a.id. Vrnw t August . li-a.