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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, I BAURE, Vt, MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1020.
f " " - I Sitting Tight I i : ' " :AV, - V-.'J ' . 'ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. Mlsa Billie C. Lempie, the young Sportswoman who left St. Albans on June 30 for a 3,000-mile horseback to the Pacific coast, arrived in Chicago Aug. 15. She has averaged 30 miles per day. The blooded Morgan, which he is riding, is standing the trip well. Charles E. Crane, editor of the SUd dlebury Register, although in improved health after a long period of rest is not able to resume his duties on the paper, according to his physician, and will spend several months with his family in Florida, Daniel P. Rossiter, who has been substituting as editor for some time, continuing in that posi tion. A large cream truck owned by the Brigham company was burned in Jef fersonville Aug. 15, the cause being Unknown. The flames sprang forth so quickly that the driver and his help ers had barely time to escape with Ihelr lives, some of their clothing be ing burned. All the cans were spoiled led about $1,000 worth of cream and milk. Eight-year-old Desmond D. Iloag land, jr., son of Eev. and Mrs. D. D. Hoagland of Boston, who have been visiting M. B. Perkins of Burlington, was rescued from drowning Thursday when he lost his balance while fish ing on the end of the dock alone and fell into the water at Cedar Beach. Brownell Freeman of Glen Ridge, X. J., dove in and brought out the uncon scious boy, who was in his usual health next day, A Rev. Peter Reed memorial service was held Sunday afternoon, Aug. 15, in the woods above the cemetery in Ludlow, in the natural amphitheatre, where, in 1806, his ordination as dea con and, in 1810, as minister took place. As he was the first minister of Lud low, first pastor of the Congregation al church, from 1810 to Oct. 25, 1S28, and the first representative of that town, it is especially fitting that this memorial service be an annual affair, participated in by all. In accordance with new regulations In the postal department, all men over 65 years of age in the postal employ ment are to be retired with a pension. This affects two of Vergennes' delect carriers, Horatio V. fcpooner and Pat rick H. Sinon, who were retired Fri day. Both are hale and hearty and covering their, routes with efficiency day after day. A petition is being cir culated among their patrons which will be sent to the postoffice at Wanning ton asking that tfley be retained. t ESTATE OF GEORGE L. GATJTHIEft. ti,. nn.n!irnil. havins: been appointed by the honorable probate court for the dis- -!.. Wa.KiniytAn. romm ilialoners. tO re ceive, examine, and adjust tha claim and demands of ill persons 8inst the estate oi G cores L. tiauthier, lat of City of Brre, In Mid district, deceased, ana eu claims ex hibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice hut will meet fnr the Durnns eafore- aid, at the office of the Tilden Shoe Co., in the City of Barre, In said aistncn, on mo 2th day of August end 2Sth day of Jan uary next, from o'clock a. m. until S o'clock p. m on each of said days and that ix month! from the ra oay oi A. D. 1920. Is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. , Dated at City of Harre this Yin oay oi August A. D. 1920. ARTHUR U. Tll,. H. J. CLAYTON. Commissioners. Aug9-16-23 WASH. CO CENTRAL TEACHERS r 1 UIU. a VM-ih Trntr vminff van iiivc, m ..w. . ..-.. w. n man, who has been employed in Spring field, Masa., was bitten there by a tarantula from a bunch of banana Aug. 10 and since has been in the Mary Hitchcock hospital at Hanover, N. H., for treatment. It was at first thought the arm would have to be .amputated, but this did not prove necessary and be U now at hia home in North Troy, although suffering much pain. During the 13 days that have elnpsed. White has lost 15 pounds in weight. The gen eral effect of the injection of tarantula poison is partial paralysis. Archibald Kendall, understood to be the oldest man in point of service in the costal service in the New England states, was a Rutland man who was retired Friday when the new pension law went into effect. He is M years old and has been in the postal service since 18W, the 51 years of service being continuous except for a period of four years during the first Cleveland ad ministration, when he was out. Mr. Kendall was a railroad mail clerk until (ix years ago, when he was given the post of transfer clerk at the railroad post office at the Rutland railroad sta tion. He his done his work faithfully tnd was well able to continue, but no provision in the new law made it pos sible, so he was retired and will re ceive the maximum pension of (720 a fr- Last Friday night while a heavily loaded team was being driven into the large barn of H. H. Biake in Der by, the floor timbers gave way, pre cipitating the team of big hfro and the entire load of grain, of some 5.000 pounds' weight, to the concrete floor of the basement below. The horses were completely buried under the begs rtf grain, but received no injury. Help was immediately available and the ani mals were rescued from the smoth ering weight of grain. Wallace Wil der, the driver of the team, had dis mounted and had removed rveral bags of grain to wake it possible to get through the barn doors and was driving the team from the ground whf n the floor broke. He was drap?d ir.to the hole, but fortunately escaped in jury. F.xemination showed that the floor timbers had become decayed and the extra weight caused them to ol-lapse. And Date for Opening of Some of the Schools Announced. i The dates for opening of schools and the list Of teachers In the Washington county central district are announced by Supt. W. B. Lance as follows: riainfield teachers Principal of jun ior high school, H. C. Billings; assist ant, Miss Mae Maclver; intermediate, Miss Vera Rogers; primary. Miss Ma dclla Shorey; Center, Miss Gara Town send; south school, Miss Lucy Stod dard; teacher for east hill and teach er, or home economics not yet set tied.. The date of opening the schools will be given later on account of re pairs that are going on. East Montpelier teachers Village grammar, Mrs. Agnes Bullard; village grammar, Miss Anita' Dutton; North Montpelier. Mrs. Clark; Four Corners, Miss Margaret McCabe; Center, Miss Cora Chamherlin; Cutler, Miss Anna Gallagher ; Morse school, Mrs. A. Kim ball. Teacher for Cummings school not yet settled. Schools will open August 30. Worcester teachers High school, Miss Pauline Moody; grammar, -Miss Edna Celley; primary. Miss Clara Berry; Minister Brook, Carmen Cane; Wheeler, Miss Dorothy Town. Schools will open on August 30. Middlesex teachers Village gram mar, Mrs. G. L. Stevens; primary, Miss Addie Nichols; three mile bridge, Miss Dessau; Center, Miss Helen Duiker; Swift district, Helen Swift; Dudley school. Miss Florence Goodwin; Shady Rill, Mixs Xella Tillotson; Four Cor ners, Mifs Frances Conway; Culver school and Putnamville schools not yet settled. The opening of the grammar! school at Shady Rill in the grange hall is assured, teacher, Misa Nellie J. Bur roughs of Morrisville. Schools will open on August 30. Moretown teachers Village gram mar, Miss Bernice Davis; intermediate, Miss J. Evelyn Davis; primary, Miss Edna Waldo; Moretown Common, Miss Eva Davis; Flannagan school. Miss Ella M. Bryce; Taplin school, Miss Dorothy .1. Smith; .Jones Brook, Miss Mary Somers; Rockbridge school, Mia Maude Vassau. Teacher for Cox Brook not yet secured. Schools to open on September 7. Records Show Less Than 10 Per Cent of property probated remains in the hands of the inheritors after seven years. Our policies can be arranged so that your beneficiary will never be without "a home. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. (Mutual). S. S. Ballard, general agent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt. AUCTION Real Estate and Personal Property At West Topsham, AUGUST 28,1920, At 1:30 P.M. Home pUce, one half acre of land; one Estey organ (nearly new), Singer sewing machine, three carpet, six tables, two stoves (one parlor and one cook stove), three chamber suites, chairs, lounge, clocks and kitchen uten sils, two cupboards, one sink, three husk ticks, three standa, crockery and glassware; vinegar in barrels and jugs. Terms at time of sale. FLORAN A. CHURCH, Owner. C. H. MeALLISTER, Auctioneer. Ann Sale BECI5S AS C0TJSTY AGENT. Mile R. Bacon of Leominster, Mas to Be Employed in Orleans County. Newport, Aug. 21 Milo R. Duron. Leominf ter, Mass., a grad'iste of the Mawarhusetts Agricultural oll"jr. 1P20, has beamn ork as county rlnb agent fir the Orleans County Farn Pu rest! association, with headquarters at Newport. Mr. Bamn will give bis en tire time to the bvs and girls ( Ike Bounty. F-it Reference. "I ran pairt too. a portrait of v iur wife that Will be a pak:rc !'?. "But I get ettarh of tost fm-n the wal thus. Co'.'irl it it in wHit hey rail ViTl !.fe ? " Biton Tran wrij . At Auction 60 Registered and High Grade Jerseys Tuberculin tested. Tunbridge Fair Grounds, R. R. Station, So. Royal ton, . Tunbridge, Vermont, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26 AT 10 A. M, SHARP Py Central Orange County Jersey Cattle Club. There will be 25 Registered .Jerseys. Amone them Heroic Fogis. full brother to Sophie's Adora, ex-champion Junior four year old. with r Ths. butter fat; several grand-daughters of (iedney Farm Girl's Oxford; a Register of Merit daughter of The Warden: daughters of Popinarno and several at trattixe young bulls. A1m 3j hijh grade Jersey, rrob ablv one of the best offerings of grade held in the F.at. Theoe are gwd mcped rows and high testers, some of thf-m Kae made between .Vl and 6f butter in a eeaonn. This is your opportunity to buy one rr a rarload of co at your on valuation. for catalogue and o',hT ir.fnrmation addresa J0HJT P. DAVIS, Chairman Sale Committee. Chelsea, Vt. D. A. PERSY, A net ic see i. Bam, Vt. of Registered Jersey Cattle Greene's Farm, South Randolph About half way between Eat Bethel and East Randolph. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25 At i O'clock Sharp Twenty cows, all under eight years of ace, mostly to freshen in Septem ber aud October, 1920; also 10 heifer not bred, one bull calf and one two-year-old herd bull. Most of these cattle were eirea oy rogia 00 of Hood Farm 3th 116179, out of cows by Tonona 2nd of Hood Farm Son 736S3, sire of Successful Qun 278745, Duchess Valencia 29350, the herd bull is sired by Topis tn Hood Farm Oth llH7fl, out of Trudie a Queen of Hood Farm 114110. an own aister of Successful Queen 27874:1, made 90 lfcs. butter fat in the month of May, 1S20. The herd was tested March 29 and 30, 1W0, and found free of tuber culosis. There has never been a caae in the herd; none of these cowa ever aborted. These cattle are to be sold on account of ill health of owner. Farm and crops are for sale at private ssle. Terms are cash, or bankable note 80 days. No stock to be- removed until paid for. Dinner for those from swit. J. C. GREENE, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. Notice of Assessments. Assessments have been levied by the directors on all premium notes in force on the days named as follows, vu:- Aug. 2, It19 .... Aug. 31, 1919.... Sept.O, 1919.... Oct. SI, 1919 Nov. 30 1919.... Dec. 31, 1919.... Jan. 31, 1920.... Feb. 28, 1920 March 31, 1920.. April 30, 1920. . , Msy 31, 1920.. . . per cent. . .4 per cent. Vz per cent. . .'4 percent. - Vt per cent. . . Vt Pr cent. . . V per cent. V per cent. ' per cent. per cent. . . 4 per cent. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. Three Lines for 25c Tn Tim will jMiblish Wants, Lost and Found. For Sal. To !. short nv'r tisementa at the rata of three "P"' twenty-five cents for tha first insertion ana ten rents for each subsequent Insertion. FARMS FORSALE FOR SALE 86-acr farm, located 'in Wast Topaham villaire. ffood bulldlnaa. running water at house and bam, a dandy SO-foot hen houso, hay and crops in bam. also tools and some aood furniture; for further rwrticutora call on or write to William R. HihtWeatjrorHiharn. KARM OV 125 ACRR8 FOR 8 ALE Four head cattle, two horses, ail crops and tools, house and two barns in aood order, runnina- water at house, bin wood lot located two miles from Williams town, four mile from Barre; for full particulars Inquire of B. Carmlnattl, West Hill, or telephone 395-12. 132t June 30, 1920 Vt per cent. Making 4 per rvnt. For the fiscal year ending July 81, 1920, payable to the treasurer on or be fore September 1st. GRANITE MUTUAL INS. CO., R. G. Robinson, Trea. Auction Sale in Marshficld Village, Vt., SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 at 1:30 P. M. Sharp the building known as the Ralph ioe Shop at the corner of Main and Creamery streets. lhis Duuaing i in nice shape; would make a nice harness shop, which is needed bad in the place, or barber shop or work: anop of any kind. Is electric lighted, city water right in front of it, a nice little tenement upstairs in fine shape, cellar underneath, wood shed, all enclosed on the back side. Also will be sold a lot of ticrsonal property, swing chairs, a' Int. of other chairs, two feather beds, oarden tools, almost new Singer sew ing machine, washing machine, wash tub and board,, tool grinder (nearly new), a number of new scrub brushea, tinware, jars and crockery, boring ma chine and augers, cobbler's kit, saws of all kinds, hay forks, shovels, spade, hen fencing, rake, ladders, axes, saw horse, old style bureau couch, two art squarea (one brand new), one pair light tin collars, one pair work horse collars (new), wheelbarrow, quite a lot of carpenter's tools, lamps (large and small), two hanging lamps, pick, sleds hammer, wash stands and wTiwrer. copper boiler, dinner bell and a lot of other articles, enough to make a half day auction alright. Every body come" You w ill be sure to see something you want. Terms cash on all personal property. Remember the date August 28, Saturday afternoon, 1 :3() harp. A. R. COLE, Owner. VERN R. HUDSON, Auctioneer. FOR SALE My home farm, situated three miles from the vilUae of Royalton. suit Mv ri,vMi) intn tilWe and rjaaturaae land; ninninar water at house and barn ; larae strawberry patch and a raspberry field wkinh in ii4 atvuit tlnft worth of fine berries per aeaaon, and more than enough lumber than to pay for place, estimated at (0,600 feet of spruce and hemlock, and more than 100 cords of wood than neces sary for the place; will be sold cheap to quick ale; for further particular call on or write W. L. Hunt. R. F. D. 1. Booth Royalton. Vt. liyli rnp'cur sn. farm, i miles from R. R. station en main road, miie school and 1 churches, near neighbors, plen ty of water by aprlna and lar brook, Jrtef surer bush of about G0 trees, besides other lumbar; for quick sale i,w crops: sold on easy terms; eppi.T p - j Benjamin, Platnneld. vt. HELP WANTEDMALE , EARN 10 DkY gathering roots and herbs; Ginseng- grows wild like weeds; selling $24 nr rh. : arrow In our yard : we buy the rvwvt. : . Ina hook : Botanical HI. Went I i Haven, Conm WANTED An experienced automobile me chanic ; apply at Palace Garage, Barre, Vt 18tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Deep yellow, top-knot and plain head German canary birds ; call at It Maple avenue. , 135tf WANTED All-round man to take care of boilers, etc., good steady job to the right I street. Motel Barre. mtf FOR SALE Imrersoll-Rand air compressor. in good running condition, capacity 200 cubic feet, will sell reasonable, if taken at once; Roux Granite Co. ' 132t "for sale $50.00 ; Geo. licmington Pump, 32 apt, Morris, 872 North Main lts man; apply to J. V. Rowen, WANTtiD Experienced man to operate notat for boom derrick, steady job; N. Pelaggl ft Co.. NorthneJd. 1201 WANTED Experienced sand-blast tor : Marr & Gordon, Inc. opera-120tf WANTED AT ONCB-Flrst-claas bricklay ers. $1.1714 per hcur: tenders SOc: 12 months' work; Louis A. Laf ranee. Windsor. Vt : applyto Mr Goulet. Supt.. $9 WANTED Three nrst-clsss letter cutters; one. who can carve; also three e-renite cutters : best of wu ; address C. ScriM; tern Sons. Freedom. Pa B9 TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few tons jf hay for sale : apply to N. M. Nelson, 10 Merchant street. 71tf HELP WANTED FEMALE lOUtf HOUSES FORS ALE FOR SALE Seven-room house a 141 Wash ington street all modern conveniences ; twvlv to F W. Nichols. Montpelier, vu. phone 5-W. 184tS AUCTION ! Having sold our farm, we will sell one field adjoining, consisting of 43 acres, seven acres of oats now stand ing on the Held. The property is known as the Will Finley place and is located about one mile from Walden station, on the road leading to Joe's pond. Sale will take place on MONDAY, AUGUST 30, At ia:30 O'clock Personal property: Orade Hol stein and Jersey cows, all due to freshen this fall and early winter, two registered Holstein bulls, about one vear old; four horses, oue bay horse weighing 1.0(H) ltis., bay mare, weight 1,100 lbs., gray horse, weight 1,300 lbs., one five-year-old colt, weight about 1,100 Tbs. these are all good workers and drivers. Tools and Machinery Nearly new manure spreader, two extra good mow ing machines, two lumber wagons with hay racks, buckboard, bugy wagon, gnod Yankee rake, three sleigh, one punc, set heavy sleds, two seta extra good heavy harnesses, two driving harnesses, wheel harrow, double unit Kmpire milking machine, also all small tools. One half acre of potatoes. About 40 run of wood ready for stove. Terms at time of sale. Sale will be gin promptly at 12:30 o'clock. Lunch for those coming from a distance. CARL and JOHN BARNARD, Owners. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt, PROFESSIONAL CARD DR7EDWIN f. heinixger bowlandbldg. SURGEON DENTIST THON1 FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR ttnisPTE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS. VICTROLA? I. PONORA Tt KINO MA CHINES? RECORDS. CHEET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC niYSICIAN Off! re in fu ss. MiW Bmldiaa TsVrRone Cotiorrlvwi nmrr HOt'RS- a m U 12 m. and t ' rew rvvtomera with a bisk a rede at Jewelrr. i.m. Monday hT. Tr.or.daj end Fridae ; Repair wort rvsrenCmL 1 O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler DR. A. II. SMITH Osteopathic Physician I KEITH AVENUE OfVe CUwed Tu4rs end faturdars PIANO TUNING n ARTHIR REED POT 1S VONTfELlf.R Leas erdf at L. d U. T-J AO-SV static - " - - - Bailer's MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES fjfX Farre. Webtervi'le and Gfaniterille to Fax re 'Orange. Wahirgton and Vir,iamtoii to Barre 1 Loaf 4iUnce trips IL J. WIHTCOMB. F.t Barre, Vermont TELEPHONE 4i-W CHOICE STOCK AT AUCTION As I have sold my farm and must give possession, will aell the following described pure bred and high grade Holsteins on FRIDAY, AUGUST 27TH, At ia:3o O'clock in the Afternoon on the premises known a the Wesley liray or Fink farm, in Plainfleld, just off the main road between tast Mont pelier and Plaintield. about one and one half miles from Plaintield and two and one-half mill's from East Mont pelier. 42 HEAD OF STOCK Six head of pure bred Holsteins. one registered cow, four years old, Suic Keyea Pietertje, No. 37W70, daughter of a W it), bull, due in November, to a $2,000 S2 lb. son of CoUntha Johanna Lad: one eight months-old daughter! of the above cow sired by an A. K. O. bull; two ten -months old daughters of a 32 lb. bull, Oakland Ootanthsl Murke; one two-year-old granddaugh ter of the $."0,0i() bull, Cosy Hollow MifS HarV Ahartra, due to freshen in .lannary, a most excellent individual; one four months-old bull salf sired by a $2,000 32 th. son of Colantha Jmanna l ad. a splendid animal. Six fancy high grade Holstein cows, mostly all due in November; six fancy two year-old heifers, now giving milk and with their second calf due in January. These cows have cow testing association rec ords as high as .V Ihs. butter fat in a year, and profit of II.Vl over feed cost ; six yearlings, some bred; eiplit grade heifer calves, tip to ten months old. Thee cattle are 7 8 and I.VH pure bred and are bred to a 32 lb. bull, whose eevrn nearest dams average al mrt 2 n.s. in seven days. Are well colored and excellent individuals. All tuberculin tested Also ten cows, grade Holstein and Ayrshires. large young cows and due to freshen nevt month and early fall. One 15 months old bay mare, weight 1.0."iO 1ts., good worker and driver; five shoats weij:!iina about .V) lbs.; 15 high grade Mirophire sheep and lambs. Farming Tooli and Machinery. Lumber w8Bb with box body and hay rack, one hore wagon with pole and shafts, buckboard, light driving btiCKy, new et sleds with brake and body, pung. John Deere sulky plow, one walking plow, nearly new cutaway harrow, nearly new ridinjr cultivator, smoothing harrow, drag, two walking cultiator, Walter A. Wood mowing . i machine, horse rake, tedder, manure GAGE & GAGE wr. 2". r-1-"1' rnvr- -v OUROPKACTORS I15 rcLtal cream separator, set work H.it, Dsi'y: -ia a. m. net TWds. j harne e. exprese harnesses, driving and Thurwtay. t- p. m. : EwiBr: e ' ,arn-"c. Fclin-e corn planter, prand tn S. ecpt iiwedsrs. Tbarsdar. aid fcatnrv . , - e;.r.. liirlr-Monday. VJStZZ 1 Mon'- ,w0 CT"' r,,t 10 " " Indays. I ta ; Teesdas, Tairsdara. fat or- ' blower ulky plow, pung sleifh. tedder. 10 19 RARRE. VERMONT 1"' . J rtvn ;-W I Nonh Miu ttirrt H frrallools. Sme houM-Ttold furniture, set plat- FOR SALKReaidence of the Ute Wheeler J. Batchelder oi Plainfield. property eon tistx of wsll kept nine-room house, 2 stories with wood barn attached and nice carden In rar, .vleasantlr sitaateif oa sliaht elevation with fine view In all direc tiom and away from all automobile dust, independent spring of water and spacious lawn, with gwre ol lanre maples ; must be seen to be appreciated ; M. . Batchelder. Flainfteld, Vt. . n0U FOR SALE 6even-room eottaae and aaraae at 18 Summer atreet, all modem improve menu ; apply to O. N. Granger, 15 M ilunt atjwet. Viliz FOR SALE The Fenwtck plaee. on and a half nil. tt-m Rarra' neat office. 42 acres land, keeps 10 cows and two hones, aood vegetable farm, eruod house and barns, best of spHna water; price 14,000, Ineludina some of the faimina tools; T. H. Cave, Ad- mlnisti-atir. iiarre. litw i I M r " ST R FtPT T)o t '. SE of 1 rooms: hen- hons 12xi0 ft. ; house ia litrhted by elee tricity; has t bay windows; cellar cemented ; plenty of fruit and aood aarden ; price t iiiui no hi ia a nleasantlr located home and convenient for aranite workers s D. A Perry RwlEstate Aeency. Barre. FOR SALE a-room nodern bouse en Mons- pelier road ; piasta, barn, henhouse. I acres land; reasonable; ako 2 -tenement bou at SS Merchant street and rottatre hme on Wsshington street; Mrs. a. B. Miles, tel. 7-X. ; . FOR SALE A nice "home in South Barrel 10-room house, barn, henhouse and arden ; house is heated by 8pcncer steam heater, which cannot be beaten, burns the cheap buckwheat coal : electric lights in koase and barn: nice lawa with shade trees and shrnbj bery; will soli at a bin sacrifice ; inquire of W. L. Caxr at Jones Bros. Co. or on prem ises. ? FORSALEP-7-reom eottaare. ail modeni eon. veniences: barn, taraat, I lota if desired; owner leaving- city; i. Boast, etnet. South Main WANTED Waitress, would consider one wno baa not had much experience; ennlr at Hotel Barre. 136t3 WANTED Woman to sake care of helps' dininc hall, steady job and aood pay: apply at once: Hotel Barre. 136t3 WANtEDTwotachers-for district school ; , F. C. Royce, Northfield. R. F. D. 1, Vt., Orange county telephone. 136tf WANTED A competent Kirl or woman for housekeeper in a family of two adults, washinirs are put out; a aood home and reasonable pay to the right person : this ia a job out of -town; address "House keeper," care Barre Times. 186tS WANTED A housekeeper for young- man and two-year-old son, on small farm : C. LW. Goss, Randolph Center, Vt 131H2 A 1AS STOVE FOR SALE In perfect con. ditlon, price 112.00; phono 645. 132tf G. Preble. ' ' ' 133tf F'OR SALE Dry block wood, second erowth, and limb wood ; A- Farquhar, East Hlll.Jelephone 38S-13. 126'f FOR SALE Two welPbred hunting dors, five months old, nicely marked, cheap fo fluick sale; phone Montpelier K81-J. Tltl FOR " SALE" Areparatlon for cleaning araiite and marble monuments : brightens up the lettering and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new : guaranteed ; prices on application; James Sullivan, 114 Park street, Barre, Vt 1 HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S. HOWLAND Bt'ILMNO Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone 19-M PERRY & NOONAN tNEXCFIXED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital AmnulasK harrire Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square, Barre Tel. eonaectiow. 4:s-W SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION We are wow ready to serve both e'd and S4 FLM f-TRFKT SOLE AGENT FOR ' BOSTON AMERICAN" WANTED Two waitresses at once; Hotel, Montpelier. Vt Pavilion 130t WANTED A rirl for aeneral housework: " tmiuire at 108 South Main street, Barre. Vt 180tf WANTED A housekeeper for family of ' four, must be good cook, good wages ; Mrs. George Stewart, 1R Summer street. Mont pelier, telephone 97-M. ViM WANTED Pupil nurses and attendant at the Taunton State Hospital, wages I4K.O0 per month with maintenance : for particu lars address Dr. Arthur V. Goes, Supt 264tf cook at Bslti-124tf WANTED Cirl for Kitchen work at the Kellotre Boarding House Is WANTED A short-order more Luneh. School trert, Montpelier: telephone a78-M. Utf fcFFICIENT COOK, waitresses and kitchen womwi wanted at encc at Miller's Inn. Montnelicr. 7Sf PUPILS NURSES WANTED Ymine women to train as nurses at Barre City Hospital, Bart. - IMi Berlin Mtf FOR SALE-Tnw Mock. Ill atreet. contains 2 stores. Z tenements, also t building lots; aood renting property: price for immediate sale. 16.400 ; H- G. Boyea, 11 Academy street. "GREEN LEIGH," JOS S. Main street for sale; the aemi-bungalow residence of the late W. f. Milne, built within years ; con tains 7 rooaia, bathroom, hardwood flniab and floors throughout, set tuns, cement cel lar floor and steam beat: henhouse and I el tra lota go with the property; apple treea. berry buahea, etc., and fwrden In rood con dition ; apply to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tel 42-m. r?t REAL ESTATE ACTIVITY INCRAESES Practically no desirable tenements to be t,t Prra mast advance, awd we again urge the Importance of securing that home at once, we are offering Uiase at cut pncea to move them at once. THE GORDON HOITSE on Orange street .hu-k k hven held at I3.OO0. ran wow be bought for $2574. Think of this: Large corner lot. furnace heat lights, hot and cold water, etc-; aix nice room . It is certainly a chance you will not likely see again. ANOTHER ORANGE STREET HOtTSK partly finished in curly birch : hardwood floom. heated, lights, good plumbing, etc Oward br a aon-rratdent who allows us to sell at (2SU0. It ia worth Biorw MAPLE AVENUE or Brook street house w ith very Isnre lot ; ail floors downstair re hardwood; a real bargain at 12000. MODERN HOUSE on South Main eight rooms with all conveniences. ia0fl. Very central. treet Tnce no NOT GET THE IMfRESSION that yoti mnnot secure a good home unle you have II rash. Very easy terms on erena of three listings may be had. . . SMALL VILLAGE PLACE of M acres: rood comfortable house and barn for only tlSOO. This ia located about m miles from Barre and must be sold at one. 4-ook ft over. FARMS We can please you whether you are looking for a one man kind or large atDck farm : some especial banraina just now. We are offering an especially good farm containing 74 acrve. one-ha If mile from East Montpelier: brick bouse, base ment barn, eoolpped with milking machine: aolrndid auger bush of " mapleaj will sell srith crops, etc.. er will sell the real satatw ai ne. Whether thinking of buying or selling, call tn and talk it over with us. THE D. A. TERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY new form set P'l'.l'T block aifja : water tank and heater, etc. J 00 Terrna at time of sale. Lunch for SQe per -,"r:r" fr"m tittncr. J. LEO EDSOiT, Owner. ' D. A. PERSV, AnctJcaeer. Administrator's Sale at AUCTION In settlement of the estate of tV late Helen M. Cutler. I will aell at pub lic auction to the hifthrat bidder on the premise about 21 rods from the Wil son cemetery, about three fourth mile from South Kan, near the Webster t ille road, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 2S. At Two (Tclock P. M, the following property: Household furniture of all kind, in cluding beds, be-ddmg, chair, table, pcewe feather bed. sheet, Cjtiilt, disbe of all Vinds; lot of antique property, it hiding spinning wheel. Mash wheel, old bureau, etc.. alo a lot f small farming tool and frarden tools; also traverse sled. Concord bupcy. pung ieiph. top bnrgy, sap !". P fc,,M ers. e1) tin buckets, aluph. fansiinc mill; tmiw drag. tr!king bammers and drills; weeder. one beaf hunber waf on, beaty fcarness, one good ooe b wae sled with boa. road tart, cider barrels, and two sjcihe. Term at time of sale. f on bsnd promptly at two okk Saturday, An? 2Mb. FRAfK BA5CR0rT. Aiffiiauatratct. D. A. PEKXT, AocUcwet. MALE AND FEMALE HELP WANTED Chamber maids and bellmen ; W. F. Davie, Waterbury Inn. Waterbury. Vt 3tf HELP WANTED Young men and women to take positions ss attendants at the Ver mont State Hoapltal for the Insane at Ws trrbury : te rhone who dseire. n opbortunlty offered to attend nurses' training course: apply at Hospital Waterbuty. Vt lrf HOUSES TO RENT SMALL TTNEMENT'TO RENT Centrally located; John rapin. Fapin uivarr. 11 TO RENTSmall-tenement-at 449 North Main street modern conveniences ; Paul Kingston, phone. 132tf TO RENTarage at 1 Tosa street ; call TO RENT iSix-room tenement : Inquire of Arthur Cole, M Seminary s treet lS2tf FOR- RENT Five-room tenement second Snor nrwlr repaired, rent low; call Rovce. IS Harrington avenue. 182tf TO RENT First class tenement: inquire of Tr O. G. Stick ner. 80 Washington tre.. Ulitf tvi"irTFive.rooin tenement with garden at 84 Elmwood avenue; apply at same address. TO RENT 4-room tenement. 1st floor. Tbs Northern : all modern ; apply at 2 North Main atreet I4tf tci pirvTTin.o-nt at S? Merchant street also 4 tenements on Willey street all 'a flrst-c'ea shape: oodeTn improvements : r.n W Msnn. 54 Wellington street 2tf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FiveCpaasenger Saion Six, car in good condition, moderate price; inquire at 12 Sixth street phone 11-J. 13516 FOR SALE-Model 400 Chevrolet touring car, used one year. 1650; S. F. . Marsh. Barre, Vt, phone 26J. 138tf FOR SALE 1016 model D-BS Buick carl ovrrhaulrd and not been used this years good tires; interested party call 411-M or at v-Jant : . Comolli ACo. DODGE TRUCK "FOR S ALE Screen bodrt nrat-cuwa condition, good as new, 191V model : run about 8.000 miles. Fisher Farm. Bethel, Vt ltf MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE 1919 Indian motorcycle and side car. $800.00 : one 1917 three-speed Indian, $226: one 1916 two-speed Indian. $12n.0U all In first-class condition ; Silas Gabree, Jr.. Waterbury, Vt, Box 216. 13U6 HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Seven colta all from one to five year old; Ellis F.' Bohonon. Washington V''lg- 136tfi FOR SALE Three pair heavy, young Cane- dian horses at bargain prices ; J. T. Jamieson, Williams town. 185t8 FOR SALEbna pair young horses, weigh- ing 8.000 rhs.. also dump crt ; W. H. Clough. EastBarre. 184U2 TWO PAIR WORK HORSES FOR SALE Also harries, one extra heavy milk wagon and one lighter one. C. M. Gould. Montpelier, Tel. 4S5-6. 106tf Automobile Robes, Good one v for 68, Better ones for $10, t, . 812. $14. Legal Lenses and Bulbs to fit all makes (of cars. Vehicle & Supply Co. Colton's Place. 84 State Street Montpelier. Fly Nets We have Leather Met and Cotton Nets. Buggy Lights Remembers the law require them. We have all . kind. Vehicle 4 Supply Co. Colton'a Place. 4 State Street Montpelier. BINDER TWINE The best i what you want and that is Plymouth. By the ball or by the bale. , . Special price by the bale. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephon DE LAVAL' CREAM SEPARATORS are tha last word in efficiency and service. We are offering at a special price a few No. 17 site, 1,000-pounA capacity. . . Remember we exchange. MARSH-ALLEN CO. H. E. Telephone W0 Orange Co. Telephon LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FORSAI.ERegis"teredBerlhire pig. ex tra good one, sowa 2h each, boars $20: eatfefactton guaranteed ; Earl Leonard. Barre, Vt. phone t-t L,4 FOR SALE -Toil rows, pair heavy horses. aeversl ton good bay. heavy express or track harness, nearly new, and several piroea farm machinery ; C. D. Dunham. WiHiamstown1 l'4t fOR SALE -Seven foucweeks-old pigs, also two hoU : W. M. Rock. FarweM street J3""- FOR RALE One Jersey cow. also maple sugar: apply to 47 Patterson street, tele phone 2M-J. FOR SALE - Pure bred short born bull, aare nine month, descendent of the Old I.ady Sale and Mwa Rrwe strains of milking Short horn ; Curtia L. Martin. Plainfleld, Vt RAISE-HEREFORDS5 Let the calves do ' your milking, limited amount of stork for aale: HUaod Farm. Groton. Vt. R. F. T. $ 12tl2 FOR SAt.Kt'ne-four-year-old Jersey cow. to frethen In February ; one seven-year-old cow and heifer clf; IE. M. White. ?7 Upland avenue. Barre. 122tf WANTED WANTED--Housework by the day or hour: telephone 144-J. ltl WANTED- A home tar a three-yea e-oM girl : wriue. slating term, to Child." rare Psrre Time. 18SU WANTED AT ONCE Ssle for about SO.OOfl new brirke. also about 170 bags of hydrsted lime: Gulf Road Co-op Dairy Co., M. E. Barney. Mar Randolph Center. W A NTEDoTooO-people with corns, cal Kwiecs. arsemaw hemorrhoids or eo s to huy a box of Honey Res Ointment: Barre Drug Co. prown's rhamacy. l2t24 WANTDYoung giH going to high school aesir, place to work for her board ; send rplw to H. 8." car Times. 182M' ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS FULL PROTECTION from loss by fire can only be obtained by basing the amount of in5urance carried cn the cop t of replacement as it is tfday, 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 fee J. W. DILLON EetaMivbed 1 Wl pe-tlT" FLOCK, $tRE. VESMOVT PIPELESS HEATING The most up-to-date, economical, sanitary, efficient and cheapest method known at the present day. There n. however, much difference in Pineles Heating nd fn Pineless Furnaces. Were you buying a furnaoa could you answer the following question: What would be the right size and beat type of FirepoT Wht kind of a radiator would be most efficient and durable?' What haa the outside' diameter casing to do with proper operation ? , What type of heater will beat the cellar and what type will nott - What i capacity of cold air space? What ia cubic heating capacity? What type of heater is most accessible and easy to clean and why ? What 1 proper weight in re pact to capacity? What should you pay for various type ? All these questions and many others we are prepared to answer. Let us look over your house and give you the particular. AH sixes in stock. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephon A FARMER knows the value of manure put on with a spreader. It is only a question of what spreader to buy. If you are considering price only, rather than tha quality of machine, better put the John Dec-- from your mind. The John Deere Spreader is first last and all the time a quality article. Careful buyers, conseravtive buyers, men who buy on menu, always pick the Famous John Deere Beater on Axle Spreader. Its extreme simplicity, its light draft ita durability and ita ease of operation, both loading and unloading, make this machine a revelation In the present day method of handling manure. ... It is in a clasa by itself. Ask the man ho owns one. You will find one near you. Write or ask for ctaloge. MARSH-ALLEN CO. K. E. Telephone 140 Orange Coi Telephone LOST AND FOUND LOST -Brown cloth bag containing two Mrtomomla tine chains; veil! finder pteas . BoUfy E. O. Kent S Wellington street CT From Washington street to Keit avenue, an Eaetern Star pin surrounded with pearls; finder please return to T'mea office : reward. 14tl LOST Thursday afternoon. $10 bill ; f nder please return to Times office. 134tS 6TRAYEDSix"hesd of cattle and one bo or colt came into my enclosure about four weeks ago: owner can have br proving property and paying foe pasturage, and this advertisement; telephone R. A. Corning. $47-12 Montpelier, East Mont pel r. Vt J34tJ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES yVNJTTji Psrtner or partner to enter the quarry business, granite manufacturer preferred, good proposition to offer or would give a five-year lease with option to Imv. r alty on siene 10 cents per ruhie foot : apply to James ea. East Barre. t. phone - 12'f MISCELLANEOUS. THEFAIRS ARE AGAIN WITH fS-If VOH wnt In so V one. or ro anywhere else, simply call t4-M. Edwin Jims. 1 W7 tANCrNfi-Private lreor : la'eet new tters pleased w are all former pupils and thrrs: Phone 14-11. Usui street 114tf WANTED TO BUY iv-n-D-TO fcCT STANDIN'cTHAT : tl. .m. ; ... . WyTIDTO HUT Srr ewdTband Turwita-e. and ssawes : toeau U. iseaitlk it! K. FURNISHED ROOMS THREE FVr5Ni HED' ROOMS TO LET Pnrr tew-hr-a. srude wo-rn v ! tw hy day or hewr; WJI sn a Kirs stret IfMM 44- W "f ! CLAIRVOYANTS. THR V.RE T iVr.-Y WIT H I'AtntH ' f erte 1- ig sry Wr Wire -r-eart II per rw. ' kv wil rie-4 : sr::ur- " S-o . 4 Ymn street or. res er. Kasa. . . i-e a