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THE tfARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1020.
'ABOUT THE STATE
. Pappenlugs of Interest from
V"! ' Difiarant Section.
In Monkton erasslioppers; are clear
Ing all vegetation of leaves, even to
garden vegetables, currant bushes and
apple trees.
V, Leaf blight and gypsy moths are
making havoc with maple trees in Un
derhill, in many . instances the trees
being wholly denuded of their foliage
Clayton L, Erwin of Barton has been
chosen superintendent of schools for
the towns of Rockingham and West
minister. Mr. Irwin has been superin
tendent at Barton for 14 years and is
a graduate of Dartmouth.
"brleans, in the town of Barton, is
holding a four-day celebration of the
founding of the village 100 years ago.
It was known until recently as Barton
Landing. Thousands of dollars have
been spent on decorations. An open-air
theatre to accommodate 2,000 people
fits been erected in the public Bquare
far entertainments and addresses.
' Rural Mail Carrier C. H. Stratton,
who, in accordance with government
orders, was to retire as mail carrier
from the Enosburg Falls post-office Aug.
20, on account of the age limit, has
been granted a two-year extension of
service and he is as usual serving the
patrons of his route. C. R. Brown, an
other carrier affected by the same post
office order, expects to receive the two
year extension, although while waiting
results a substitute is covering his
route.
The Addison county chapter of the
Red Cross is the first in the state to
introduce a course in the public schools
to teach home nursing. This is a part
of the peace program of the Red
Cross. Miss Laura Roburdsa reserve
Red Cross nurse, has been secured as
instructor and the county organiza
Won will place equipment in the junior
and senior high schools.
The End of a Perfect Day
ESTATE OF JOSIAH GALE.
GREAT STONE SERPENT.
' Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
D. Levine of Essex Junction, stepped
on a 12-penny nail, which was driven
into a plank and the nail was forced
tip through the inetep, being wedged in
so closely that he had to use consider'
able strength on the board to pull the
nail from his foot. The nail was new and
free from rust and it is not supposed
any permanent injury will result.
Another orchid has been added to the
already long list kept at the Fairbanks
museum in St. Johnsbury. A station
for white adder's mouth has been
found within five miles of the museum,
which is a rare species in the state.
Thirteen species of plants new to the
region have been added to the flora tbit
season.
J .NEW PRINCIPAL ARRIVES.
Prof. Weaver, Philadelphia, Becomes
Head ef Austine Institution.
Brattleboro, Aug. 28. Professor J.
Arthur Weaver of Philadelphia has ar
rived with his wife and two children
to take the principalship of the Aus
tine institution, a state institution for
deaf and mute children. He succeeds
Miss Helen G. Throckmorton, resigned.
Miss Throckmorton hag been princi
pal ever since the school opened eight
years ago. She will visit in East Or
ange, N. J., and will go early in Sep
tember to teach in the Nebraska
School for the Deaf of Omaha. Prvf.
Weaver has been with the Mount Airy
School for the Deaf in Philadelphia
several years. Miss Martha A. Walp
will remain as matron of the Austine
institution.
Symbol of Ancient Peoples Left By
Mound Builders of Ohio.
West Union, O., Aug. 28. A great
serpent 1,300 feet long, built of earth
and stone, a symbol of the religion of
ancient peoples, stands a few miles
from here as the most interesting and
important earthwork left by the mound
builders of Ohio.
uivun.w iu m ibiuii vu.uiaca rfi'i ... I, I J 1 1
.,.nnn.l. Wto K . mo.,,! mil,
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The Cossacks population in the terri
tories which once constituted the Kns
sian empire numbers nearly 3,000,000
and the action just taken against bol
shevism by the Don, Kuban, Tcrck
and Astrakhan Cossacks is likely to
be followed by a similar declaration of
war on the Soviets from the Cossacks
farther north and in the far west.
It has been claimed by the bolshe
viki that their doctrines won out be
cause the Russian peasants, in their
ORDER LIME NOW
Manufacturing Companies Not Always
Able to Fill Orders on Short Notice.
I The extension service of the Univer
sity of V ermont is in possession of a
letter recently received from the direc
tor of the eastern bureau of the Na
tional Lime association relative to the
difficulty under which many of the
lime manufacturing companies of this
eastern section of tl country are
laboring in endeavoring to meet the
agricultural requirements of the soil
treatment period of the late summer
tnd fall of this year. The difficulties
are due largely to the coal and car
shortage. The letter contains sugges
tions as to how the farmers may be
sure of getting lime in sufficient quan
tity. During the spring of 1920, it is esti
mated that fully 30,000 tons of lime
on order from the farmers of the Xew
England and eastern seaboard states
failed delivery, due to inadequate
transportation facilities with which to
meet the demands of the agricultural
trade during the ruh pf the spring
planting period. It ia physically im
possible for the lime-producing com
panies to maintain stock of material
.ufticieut to or triply at all times with
the shipping directions of the farmers,
tbit resulting not-only from the short
age of car, but to a considerable ex
tent, also, from the shortage of fuel
ind labor.
It is realised that the farmer, also,
t short of labor and nt his lime
It the time convenient to handle it.
It is Mid that if the fanner, will try
to order their lime, stuUting early
lelivery for-this fall s apiliration, ao
ts to rfresi (hipment orr a Wcer
seriod. it will h r-rMbl. with the aid
f the railroads. hih are giving this
tmiM.It -referent is treatment in
r supply, to pretty well take care of
.ia dr.in.J
builders for privacy in performing their
ancient rites, the massive reptile winds
gracefully back from a glen to higher
land. The serpent's head rests upon a
rock platform which presents a precip
itous face to the descending sun and
Is about 100 feet high. The jaws of the
mouth are widely extended in the act
of swallowing an egg, represented by
an oval ridge of earth.
As the mound builders shaped the
body they caused it to make four large
folds as it tapered back to the tail,
which is folded in three complete and
close coils.
The land about this curious relic of
primitive days is low at the head, but
gradually ascends toward the tail.
There is ample room on all sides for
a gathering of many people and the be
lief is expressed that the idol worship
pers gathered on all sides of their altar
to pour forth praise, or beseech for
giveness and blessings from the beauti
fully hideous god of their own crea- j
tion.
"The Serpent Mound," was pur
chased by Professor F. W. Putnam of
the Peabody museum, Cambridge,
Mass., in 1887, along with about 70
acre of adjacent land and shortly aft- j
erward a beautiful public park was
laid on the ground. Thus in present
days the spot of reverence sacred to
the people who preceded civilir-ation in
the nation ia used aa a playground for
picnickers and pleasure seekers. The
deed to the land is vested in the mu
seum attached to Harvard university.
Those who have made a study of the
work of the mound builders have esti
mated that in Ohio, alone, there are
oyer 10,000 mounds and from 1,500
to 2,000 enclosures standing as monu
ments to their work. By the
study of ancient implements and burial
places found in and near these mystery
hills it has been found possible to form
a conception of their life.
Cossacks example shdws that, when
free to choose, peasant Russia 'ias no
more use for an autocracy, and least
of all for one which masquerades un
der the name of communism. The torth
which fell from the hands of Kolrhak,
Denekin and Yudenich has now been
grasped by Wrangel, and with better
chances of success. It is easy to jeer
at hopes which were doomed to disap
pointment, easier still to predict a new
failure. But the movement for t'ie
emancipation of Russia, initiated with
the overthrow of czardom, resumed
again in the fight against sovietism,
has behind it the irresistible might of a
whole nation and "the unconquerable
mind of man." Taking new birth from
delay, and surging up all the more
insistently after defeat, it is destined
to grow -in volume and power until
the usurpers are ousted and the Rus
sian people have come into their own:
For freedom's battle, once begun,
Bequeathed by bleeding aire to son,
Though baffled oft, ia ever won. Bos
ton Herald.
Destiny.
Two Boston business men were dis
cussing the closing of some of our
woolen mills and one remarked that
it was fortunate that the sheep never
got together and decided not to grow
any more wool.
"Oh," said the other man, "they
probably realize that like the con
sumer they are reared to be fleeced."
Boston Transcript.
Auction Sale
A Fine Lot of Land to be
Sold at 4 P. M.
Saturday,
Sept. 4 1 920
on Orange St.
One of the best locations in
the city. Lot No. 23, front
age 80 feet, depth 107.49 ft.,
back end 80.03 ft., depth on
easterly side 109.74 ft On
eased land. Waranty deed
given. Look it up. Sale at
4 :30 sharp, Saturday, Sept.
4th, 1920.
O. H. Hale,
Auctioneer
State of Vermont District of Wsahinitton, as.
The honorable probata court for the dis
trict aforesaid, to all persons interested in
the estate of Joslsh Gale, late of Town of
Barm in said district. GREETING :
WHEREAS, said court haa assiamed the
14th day of September next for examining
and allowing1 the account of the edminia.
tratrix da bonis non of the estate of said
deceaaed, and for a decree of the resi
dua of aaid estate to the lawful claim
ants of the same, and ordered that public no
tice thereof be (riven to all persona Interested
in said estate by publishing this order three
weeks successively previous to the. cay as
signed, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspa
per published at the cita. of Barre, in said
district.
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear at the probata office In Mont pel lar,
in said district, on the day assigned, then
and there to contest the allowance ef said
account it you sea cause, and to establish
your right aa heirs, legatees and lawful
claimants to ssid residue.
Given under my hand, this 20th day of
August, 1920.
FRANK 3. MARTIN, Judge.
Aug21-28SepM
Meetings of the Board of Civil
Authority for Revision of
the Check-List.
The Board of Civil Authority will meet
in the City Court Room. City Hall build
ing, on the evenings of September 1st, 8th
and 9th at seven o'clock for the purpose
of making additions and corrections to the
check-list to be used at the Primary Elec
tion to be held September 14th, 1920.
JAMES MACKAY, City Clerk.
Aug: is, 1920.
Aug21-8Sept4-
AUCTION
As I have sold my farm, located l'a
miles from East Corinth village, 2
miles from Waits River and one mile
from Topsham'Four Corners, known as
the R. 0. Page place, I will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder, on
TUESDAY, AUG. 31, 1920,
At One O'clock in tha Afternoon
the following described personal prop
erty: -
One thre year-old heifer (due in
December), two yearling Holsteins,
one yearling Holtein bull, one regis
tered Holstein bull calf.
Farming Tools, etc. One two-horse
express wagon, extra good; one one-
horse express wagon, one road cart,
one meat cart, one sleigh, one. pung
sled, one bob sled, one wooden -shod
sled, horse hoe, dump cart, one sheep
power, wheelbarrow, two sets pulley
blocks, one feed cooker, two pair
heavy work harnesses, one driving
harness, one stone drag, quite an as
sortment of shop tools, iron bars, cant
hooks, logging chains, neck yokes,
three-horse eveners, saws, etc., all in
good condition.
Household Furniture One sideboard,
writing desk, one bed and table and
many other things too numerous to
mention."
Terms nude known at time of sale.
Lunch for those coming from a dis
tance. M. V. MAGOOIf
D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer.
Three Lines for 25c
The Times will publish Wenta. teat and
Found, For Sale, To Let, eta. short adver.
tisementa at the rate of three linea for
twenty-five cents for the first insertion and
ten cents for each subsequent Insertion.
FARMS FOR SALE
FOR SALE 85-acre farm, located in Weal
Topsham Village, good buildings, running
water at house and barn, a dandy 60-foot
hen house, hay and crops in barn, also
tools and some good furniture! for further
particulars call on or write to William R.
Might, West Topsham. ' 18t
FOR'SALE 80-acre farm, K miles from l
R. station on mala road, mile from
school and 2 churches, near neighbora. plen
ty of water by spring snd large brook, nice
sugar bush of about 850 trees, besides other
lumber; for quick sals 11,500 including
crops ; sold on easy terms ; apply to Geo. C.
Benjamin, Plalnfield. Vt. 108"
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE Situated in Waitafleld village,
14-room house, good barn, never falling
spring, large building lot, four acres beat
meadow land : quick sale for cash ; address
C. J. Greene, Wsitefield, Vt. 140t
FOR SAL& Residence of the late Wheeler
J. Batchelder of Plalnfield, property con
sists of well kept nine-room house. 2Vj
stories with good bam attached and nice
garden in rear, pleasantly situated on
slight elevation with fine view In all direc
tions and away from all automobile dust,
independent spring of water and spacious
lawn, with grove of large maples; must be
seen to be appreciated; M. E. Batchelder,'
Plainfleld. Vt. 130tf
HELP WANTEIlu-MALE
WANTED Boy for grouter; Gerrard-Bar.
clay Granite Co. 14flt2
WANTED Man or boy to work on farm :
?.OK8-? ' Waterbury, Vt. ' 181H3
WANTED Man, preferrably one who un-
J A 1 L.l, i - 1 1 I . - ,
epyjy vnver ra.u-
derstands batteries
tery Station, Bsrre.
WANTED Clothing .salesman, state ex
perience and salary wanted, steady em
ployment to right party; address "Cloth
ing," esre Times. 186tf
?OR SALE
FOR SALE White iron bed with spring
Jndmattres ; tclrphone 545-W. 140t3
FOR SALE-One auto runabout run 6.000
miles, Al conditions one typewriter, Al
condition; one calculator adding machine,
new: one . bureau anH nn, j.rM.. a ,
13715 Condition ; a 60-egg Successful incubator.
new, and a 60-egg Little Brown Hen in
cubator; the above will be sold very rea
sonable ; Inquire of Mrs. Grace E. Bonazzi.
Plainfleld, Vt. 140t3
WANTED An experienced automobile me
chanic ; apply at Palace Garage, Barre,
Vt. 184tf
WANTED Experienced man to operate
hoist for boom derrick, steady job; N.
Pelaggi Co., Northfield. ' I20tf
WANTED Experienced sand-blast opera
tor ; Mrr & Gordon, Inc.
vfANTEDTNCE-Firet-claas brieklay
ara. tl.nVs per , hour: Umdera 80e: 12
months' work ; Louis A. Laf ranee, Windsor.
Vt : apply to Mr Ooujet. J3upt.. 89tf
WANTEDThree first-clsss Tetter eutters :
one who can carve; aiao throe granite
ratters : best of wags : address C. Schlei-
ters Sons. Freedom. Pa.
TEAMSTER WANTED Also a Urn tons of
hay for sale; apply to N. M. Nelson, 19
Merchant street. ( 'lt'
HELP WANTED FEMALE
FOR SALE Seven-room cottage and garage
at 88 Summer street, all modern improve
ments ; apply to O, N. Granger, IS Mer
chant street 127tl
FOR SALE The Fenwick place, one and a
half mile ffjra Barre post office, 42 acres
land, keeps 10 cows and two horses, good
vegetable farm, good house and barns, best
of spring water; price $4,900, including
some of toe faiming tools; T. H. Cave, Ad
ministrator. Barre. 122tX
JAMES8tREEf"HOUSiFof 1 rooms; hen
house 12x20 ft.; house is lighted by eleo
tricity; has 2 bay windowa; cellar cemented;
rlenty of fruit and good garden ; price
2,000.00; this is a pleasantly located home
and convenient for granite workers i D. A.
Perry Real Estate Agency, Bsrre. 99tf
FOR SALE 8-room modem house on Monk
' pelier road ; piazxa, barn, henhouse, t
acres land; reasonable; also 2-tenemcnt
house at 82 Merchant street and cottage
house on Washington street; Mrs. H. 6.
Miles, tel. J1V-X. KMt.f
FOR SALE A nice home In South Bams
10-room house, barn, henhouse and eardea ;
house is heated by a Spencer steam heater,
which cannot be beaten, bums tha cheap
buckwheat coal ; eteetrie lights in house and
barn ; nice lawn with shade trees and shrub
bery: will sell at a big sacrifice ; inquire vt
W. L. Carr at Jones Bros. Co. or on prem
ises, sou
FOR BALE Trow block. 118 South Main
street, contains 2 stores, 2 teneraenta. also
X building lota; good renting property: price
for immediate sale, 86,500; H. G. Boyee, 11
Acsdemy street. T2tf
"CREENLEIGH," 20(T"s7"Main street, for
sale; the semi-bungalow residence ef the
late W. F. Milne, built within 3 years : eon.
tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish
and floors throughout, set tuba, cement cel
lar floor and ttram heat: henhouse and t ex
tra lota go with the property; apple trees,
berry bushes, etc, end garden in good con
dition; apply to Mrs. W. F. Milne, tci
429-M. I7U
WANTED Girl for genera housework in
amall family ; Mrs. E. C. Hayden, Barre.
phowe 837-W. 140tf
WANTED A first lcasa meat cook, $20 a
week ; also two table girls, good wages ;
apply at once, J. J. Neagle, Hotel Lyndon.
Lyndonvllle. Vt. 141t6
WANTED Woman to do cooking in "private
family; apply to Mrs. H. B. Jackson, 19
School St.. Lebanon. N. H. 189t
WANTED One waitress, one kitchen
woman, one bell boy ; Hsle's Tavern, Wells
River. Vt. 189t6
WXNTED Two experienced "rural school
teachers ; address N. J. Page, Pike, N. H.
138U8
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK.
ONE WHO CAN ROOM AT HOME
PREFERRED: APPLY TO SUPERIN
TENDENT AT CITY HOSPITAL, BARRE.
136tf
WANTED BY SEPT 1STH A woman to
assist with meals snd do some cooking
oa a farm, no washing, ironing or mopnina
to do, wages 87.00 a week: address "K.,"
Barre Daily Times. 137tf
FOR SALE A large size Gleuwood range
and also three-burner oil stove; inquire
at S!2 Esstern avenue. lS9t3
FOR SALE Three-burner perfection oil
stove, with high back oven, good condition,
a bsrgain call at 81 Merchant street. 138U
HIGH' GRA IbE'fi ARMENTS BaTberi1. drug!
gists' and doctors' coats, butcher frocks
and aprons made to order; write for sam
ples and frices, Nashua Specinl Order
House, L. S. Ingrahani, Mgr., li Spruca
St., Nashua, KHi . . 188tl2
FOR SALESix hens, rooster and Incubator",'
also piano; will be sold cheap, if taken
at once: 4 Currier street. ISStS
CLAPBOARDS FOR SALE AIJ iiiest
onI0i,iLJ,, 187tf
FOR SALE Deep yellow, top-knot ndpTa!ir
head German canary birds; call at. 18
Mapleayenue. 135tf
FOR SALE Intrersoll-Rand air compressor.
m good running condition, capacity 200
cubic feet, will sell reasonable if taken at
once; Roux Granite Co. 132tf
FOR SALE-Dry btock wTJ second
5rowV1' and ,imo wood A. Farquhar, East
HillJelepkone 888-13. 126tf
FOR SALE Two well breT'hunting dogs,
five months old, nicely marked, cheap for
qnicksale phone Montpelier 531-J. 122tf
FOR SALE A preparationfor cleaning
granite and marble monuments : brightens
up the lettering and makes the whole monu
ment look clean and new: guaranteed prices
on application: James Sullivan, 114 Park
street, Barre. Vt. ' Igtf
AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE -Hudson roadster, in good run
ning order, all good tires, cheap for nuick
ssle: apply to W. J. Legier, Northfield
f,alls.yt: 188t6
FOR SALE-rOverland touring car. good
condition, price reasonable; telepehone
128-8, Northfield. 137tB
REAL ESTATE
ACTIVITY INCRAESES
Practically no desirable tenements to be
bad. Prices must advance, and we again
urge the importance of aeeuring that home
at once. We are offering these at cut prices
to move them at once.
PATENTS
Writ for Full Particulatrs ukI
Term
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V -
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Patent Lawyer
624 F StrMt. RW, Washington, D. C.
A Welder
and Brazer
On the job all the
time. Bring in your
castings and have
them made as good
as new.
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CURRIER BUILDING, BARRE. VT.
A Modern X-Ray Equipment
Coitacka vs. Bolshevik. -Antokolskv'a
famous statue of Yer
mak, "Conqueror of Siberia," still typ
ifieg in essential features the Cossacks
of South Russia who have just formal
ly placed themselves at the disposal
of General Wrangel for bis anti-hoi
shevik campaign. Viewing that lithe
and sturdy figure wearing the war
rior's breastplate and carrving the ex
plorer's axe, the face tense with in
domitable resolution, you involumari
ly think of the men who first broke a
path for Russian colonization from
the Urals to the Facific ocean nuarlv
threa ecnturies ago. You think also of
tha military strength which these born
fighters lent to the "empire of a than-
santl years" from its very beginnings.
whether as defendera of its boundaries
from Asiatic barbarians or as frontier-line
soldier in it numerous cam
paigns. After 1873, under ctardom,
the Cossack was required to spend at
leat twenty of his years in military
life; three of them went in prepara
tory training, twelve to service in the
art ire army and five in the reserve
forces.
But the "cowlioy of the F us-inn
steppe," as he has been called, was
far from complete absorption in the
art and practice of war. With a de
cided st toward "self determination,"
he worked out a complete ecienns of
self ernment in hi villages, decid
ing by tote what taxes were to be
levied, who was t be his "'atam' cr
elder, and by whose judicial wiiilom
the community disputes were to b
settled. Ia return for contributions of
men to the army, the Coisacks iwived
larps grants of land: they showed j
great enterprise ia farming, and it is
the testimony of e-bteners that w-hol 1
ed'jratmn in their "voiekos" has j
rear bf J higher stage of rKnntrr i
than in most other r "f Rnsia. J WeheterviH. sr-d G!ievU to Parr.
This combitKm of m,l;t.ry U.J Vashon VVUliamrte-sm t Barre ..
A. M. FLANDERS
207 North Main St.
Barre, Vt.
New Terk te Cher ears. Beet am ten
AQtTTANIA Aast !, 8ept. SI
MAURITANIA Sept. J. Sept 1
IMPERATOR SepU . Oct. T. Ner. II
New York to Qeeastoa'a ana
Lverel
K. A. VICTORIA.... Sept. 11, Oct.
C ARM ASIA. Sept. IS. Oct. M. Ner. Xt
New Terk. LeaaVnassis at (jlasrew
COLUMBIA. .StpL II. Oct. I, Ke.
New Yavfc to Petrea, Dvhrevntk
sns Triste
CALABRIA gpt. 1
New Yerk to Plymouth, Chrrbearc
and Lsiism
CAROM A
.Sept. II. Ort. ti
FOREIGN DRAFTS
.MONEY ORDERS
Bjr Letter e Cahl
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Italy, France, Portugal, Hol
land, Belgium, Greece.
Cunsrd Steamship Co., Ltd.
126 State St., Boston, 1
Or Local AarenU
ANOTHER ORANGE STREET HOUSE
partly finished in eurljr bireh; hardwood
floors, heated, lirhta. (rood plumbinc. etc.
Owned by a non-resident who allows us to
tell at I2&09. It is worth more.
MAPLE AVENUE or BrnrW street house
with verr lance lot; all floors downstairs
are hardwood; a real bargain at 12000.
MODERN HOUSE on South Main street.
eivht rooms with all conveniences. Price
13000. Very central.
WANTED Two tearhers for district school
F. C. Royoe. Northfield. R. F. D. 1, Vt.,
Oranee county telephone. 136W
WANTED A competent nrirl or woman for
housekeeper In a family of two adults
waahinro are put otit ; a rood home and
reasonable pay to the rigrht person : th
is a job out of town; address "House
kwpff," care Barre Times. 1S6US
WANTED A housekeeper for otinir ma
and two-res r-oM nn. on small farm : C.
W. Goss, Randolph Center. Vt. lSltll
WANTED A srirt for"einersiho.KeworV
inquire at 108 South Main street. Bsrre.
Vt otf
WANTED Pupil nuie and attendant
the Taunton State Hospital, waves I4B.00
ner month with mslntensnee r for narticu
lars address Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt
24tf
WANTED A shorUordar cook at Bait
more Lunch. 124tf
WANTED T-Irl for kitchen wort at " th'
Kelloow Boardinr House 2 School
street. Montnelier: telephone 72-M. 113tf
EFFICIENT COOK. Wltressea arid "kitchen
'"wn wsnted st once at Miller's Inn
Mwtoelier. 7Sif
PttPTLS VURPER WANTED Voiin womei
to train as nurses at Bsrre Citv Hosnj1
Bsrre. fBrf
DO NOT GET THE IMPRESSION that you
cannot secwre a aood home unless yow have
all cash. Very easy, terms on some of
these listings may be had.
SMALL V1I.LAUE FLACK of S acres;
rood comfortable hnose and barn for only
11600. This located about six miles from
Barre and must be sold at once. Look it
over.
FARMS We can please yea whether yon
are lookinr for a one man kind or larre
stack farm ; some especial barrairta just
now. We sre offerinr sn especial ly sood
farm containing- 74 acres, one-half mile
from East Mont pelier : brick house, ba
merit bern. equipped with milking machine:
splendid suftsr bush of 800 maples; will sell
with crops, etc.. or will sell tha real estate
alone.
Whether thinking ef buying er selling,
call in and talk it over with us.
BAILEY'S MUSIC
ROOMS
HEADQUARTERS FOR
REM S.PLE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS.
VICTFOLAS. PONORA TA1.KINO MA
CHINES. RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC
Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt.
DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office in Ram RS, M lea Buildiag
T" ephone I oeinemnsi
HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S.
HOWLAND BUILDING
Specializing in Extracting and
Dental X-Ray Diagnosis
Then 1-M
PERRY & NOONAN
UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS
Hospital Ambulance) Service
Undertakers and
Licensed Embalmers
Depot Square. Barre TL ceenertwa. 42tW
SEE US
IN OUR NEW LOCATION
We are aww ready ti eei-ea both eld aa
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 LNSUR
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
Established I tit.
BOLS11R BLOCK, BARRE. VERMONT
THE D. A. PERRY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
WANTED TO BJJY
WANTED TO BUT Sereni-hand furniture,
aoala and stoves : inquire O. Smith, SIT Ne.
Main street, tel. 7UM. 11.'"
OFFICE HOliP-8 ! t a m to 12 m. sd !"' "ew customers witn a niga grade at ieweiry.
4 p.m. Monday. Tuesday. Thursdsy
DR. A. H. SMITH
Osteopathic Physician
ti KEITH AVENUE
Office Closed Tuesdays and Saturday
PIANO TUNING
B. ARTHVP FEED
BOX 14S. tOVTPEI.!ERtea erler at
Bauer a Music svoors. Mrrah ias.
-W
O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler
J4 (t FTBFFT
SOLE AGENT lOB BOSION AMERICAN
GAGE & GAGE '
chiropractors;
rTewra tftr : -! a m. eTrt Tuevdav
aad Thursdays. H s. si; Ereeinn: ts
a . escept TiMdays. ThaTa and Eaear.
ears- Mili-r Monday Weaneaiaya,
Fndaurs. I ta : Taeadays, Tbttrrdan.
days. 1:M IS.
BARRE, VERMONT
IW - ! Nenh Msia Street
STORM SERGE
We have just received
a line of these goods in
blue, black and brown.
They are a good value,
at a low price.
Come in and see them.
We can Rave you money.
Let & Clara B. Shortt
Marshfield. Vermont.
MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES
tic to KTa-amir aad Hl!ectual f rob
letr shcajlj ser th. ia jpvyj ateaJ
ai'ic'-iirn of ik tw "Liarty army."
Lca( d stance Uip
i ( f UC T O v Oi'rwT tH OOP
Valuable South Main Street
Real Estate to be Sold at
AUCTION
on
! Saturday Afternoon,
August 28th,
At One O'clock
Situated at Xoa. 72 and 74 South Main
street. The property consists of a two
family houe rented for $30.00 ami tbt
rents nave been the same for a number
of years; without doubt an advance
of at k-ast 2.') per cent can be obtained.
Xever vacant a month in ten years.
The lot is large, about 112 ft. front
and extends bark to the railroad, more
than 100 ft. deep, and a fine property
to buy for a home or investment. On
paved street, only about three minute.
walk from post office. The tenement
contains six rooms and the other
three, gnod cellar. Sale is positive, as
the estate mut be settled.
W. . FISK, Administrator.
0. A. FERRY, Auctioneer.
MALE AND FEMALE HELP
U. 8 OOVERKMENT WANTS RAILWAY
Wsil flecks Me, women. we.r 17 : com
mence J135 month, oulck rstse : lit posi
tions free : write immediately : Franklin
Institute, Dent. 491 r,., Rochester. N. Y.
Aur7-1 4-2 l-2SSept4-l l-18-2SOet2
WANTED Chamber maids and bellmen
W. F. Davis. Waterbury Inn. Waterburr.
Vt , 13tf
iitX p WANTED Youn men and women to
take iwsit'ons as attendants at the Ver.
mrmt State Hoanital (or the Insane at Wa
terbury ; to those who dsetre. an opportunity
offered to attend rnrsee' trainins; course;
apply at Hospital Waterbury. Vt. 1H
HOUSES TO RENT
SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT Centrally
located; John rapm, Fapins l.ivr.
13"is
f O RENT Sept. 1st. barn room for antns :
apply ' Elmore street, phone 178-W. T40t
TO RENT Six-room tenement: inquire of
Arthur Cole, F8 riemlnary street. 182tf
FCRRENT Five-room tenerrien second
floor, newly repaired, rent low ; rail
Royre. 15 Hsrnneton avenue. 132tf
id RENT Firat elasa tenement; inquire of
Dr. O. G. SUrkney, 60 Waahinrton street
UStf
TO RENT FiTe-room tenement with yard en
at M Elmwood avenue; apply at same ad
dress. aotf
TO RENT S-room tenement. 1st floor. Tlis
Northern : ail modern ; apply at 820 North
Main street I4tf
TO RENT Tenement at 2 Merchant street
also 4 tenements an Willey street all la
flrst-elaaa ahspe: modern Improvements;
Ceo W Msnn. (4 Welline-ton street. I2tf
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
FOR SALE One three-vear-old registered
Hole'ein bull and a four-year-old regis
tered HoNfein ccw : inanire of C. J. Blan
rhard. telephone 8P1-J3. Williamstown. lS9tJ
SHOATS AND PtGS FOR SALE Inanire
of G. E. Nejson. phone tf. 140U
t"OR SALE Serea foor-weeks-old pir
aiao tw shoata: W. M. Rock, Farwell
street. lS9ts
LOST AND FOUND
LOST One hirh rubber boot on riainfield
road kut week; will nndrr call and ret
other one or return found one for reward
at Times office or IS Msdison street. 140tJ
LOST Wednesday in Wehsterville
i William Lamay a home and the
Wells & Lam on quarry purse rnntaininf
over 1100: finder pleaee notify Charles
Lamay, Websterville, and receive suitable
rd. I3t3
FOR SALE Model 490 Chevrolet touring;
ear, used one year. $50j S. F. Marsh.
Bsrre, Vt., phone260-J. . lsgtf
DODGE TRUCK FOR SALlSScreen body:
nmt-clasa condition, (rood as new, 1919
model ; run about S.OOO miles. Fisher Farm.
Bethel. Vt. fltf
HORSES ANDVEHICXES.
FOR SALE two pair of Bood work horses.
weiithins- about 8000 lbs. a pair, eellinir
because I cannot eet help ; W. E. Nichols, 1
Elmore street, phone 666-M. ISStf
FOR SALE One clean limbed, resolute
msre. five years old, weitrht about 1300
lbs., perfectly true and riiht every way,
will please the most particular : N. E. tele
phone 382-2, H. E. Miles, East Montnelier.
Vt - ISStf
FOR SALE At a bargain, if taken at once :
having finished my duties as rural mail
carrier. I have for sale two horses and
complete equipment new too bury. sleiirh.
robe, harness, etc. ; horses, bay, weight 980
1060, a?es 9 and 11 years, sound and riant
in every respect; mil T. H. Bartlett, Plain
fleldVillairo. Oranee Co. phone. lagtS,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Seven coltZ
all ajres frm one to 6ve years old; Ellis
F. Bohonon. Washington Village. I36t
FOR SALE One pair young- horses, weiah
fnir s.ono lbs., also dump cart; W. H.
Cloueh. East Bsrr 134U2
UNITED STATES TIRES
UNITED STATES TUBES
All sizes in stock all the
time. Cords and Fabrics.
Vehicle & Supply Co. Colton's Place.
4 State Street Montnelier.
MURPHY'S DA-COTE
Makes an old car shins like
new. It is easy to apply
and dries quickly; We sell
and recommend it.
Vehicle 5; Supply Co. Colton'a Place.
84 State Street Montpelier.
N. E.
BINDER TWINE
The best is what yon want
and that is Plymouth. By
the ball or by the bsle.
Special price by the bale.
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
Telephone 140 O ran ire Co. Telephone
DE LAVAL CREAM
SEPARATORS
are the last word in efficiency
and service. We sre offerine st
a special price a few No. 17 size,
1,000-pound capacity.
Remember we exchange.
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. E. Telephone 4Q Oranee Co. Telephone
PIPELESS HEATING '
The most up-to-date, economical, sanitary.
efficient and cheapest method known at the
present day.
There m. however, murn amrrenre in
Pineless Heatine; and in Pipeless Furnace.
Were you buyinc a furnace could you
anrwer the followine questions :
Whst would be the riant site and best
type of FirepotT
What kind of a radiator would ba moat
efficient and durable?
What haa the outside diameter caslnn
to do with proper operation T
What type of heater ww beat the cellar
and what type will not?
What Is capacity or cola air spacer
What ia cubic heatine capacity I
What type of heater ia mast accessible
and easy to clean and why?
What is proper weicnt in respect to
cspscityT
What should you par 'or various types 7
All these questions and many others we
are prepared to answer. Let us look over
your bouse and rive you the particulars.
All sizes in stock.
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. . Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone
A FARMER
SALESMEN WANTED
SALES BOARD SALESMEN Wa have the
irtoKt attractive line of premium assort
ments en the market to-day cerem le ions
IS.en to 120.00 per order, with full repeat
commission : from a live, up-to-dste propesi
Hoc. write to-day : Canfield Mfa. Comnanv.
401 Brcauiway. Chicago, 141tl
MISCELLANEOUS
f hefaTrs ARE" AGAIN- W!THCS-7f
yon want to to to one. er so anywhere
,Ve simply call '.'f4-M Fdwin Jlies. J.''7
DANCEVtJ Private lrons : latest aew
ateps ; pleased w see all former pupils and
tbers : phone lse-11. 112 Main street 114tf
M. J. WHITCOMR Eat Barre, Vermont
HLXfHOM. ; w
ISi.
ADVERTISE YOUR
WANTS IN THE
TIMES AND GET
SURE RESULTS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED-" Fsrtner or partners to entir the
srusrry business, aranite manufacturer
preferred, aood propoeitjnei to eer e
would iie a ne-year lease with eroe to
buy. rojalty on atone 10 cenia per cuhic
foot : apply to James Cease. East Barre. Vt..
phone l.tf
AGENTS WANTED
A&FNISi Make ITi.SO weealy aeilins; er.
arteed boetery; we ruaraatee $ O"
weei.lv full time. Toe an hour aparw tiwie.
eM nerve anoceasary ; Fcrfertwear Hvwr.
tasty. ra. 14'ti-
know the vahia of manure put on with
anreader. It is only a question of what
apreader to bay.
If you are considciina price only, rather
than tha quality of machine, better put the
John Dec- from your mind.
The John Deere Spreader la first last
and all the time a quality article.
Careful buyers, eonseravtive buyers, men
wbo buy on merits, always pick the Fsmous
John Deere Beater on Axle Spreader.
Ita extreme simplicity, its light draft- its
durability and ita ease of operation, both ,
toadina" and unloading, make this mschlne
a revelation in the present day method of '
hsnd'.inr manuna.
It is in a clasa by Itself. Ask the man
who nwns one. You will find one near yon.
Write or ask for catalogue.
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. E. Telephone 140 O.-ance Co, Telephone ,
WANTED
FURNISHED ROOMS
fMRKE FVRN1SHFD ROOMS TO LET
Prefer teecherm. atueent or wwwew wors-
an by da or hour; Call at kirs street,
thaeje 4--W. Jilii
OT1CE-
1 he tins day e!vew mst Draw el C.
Ccn. tm tiww for te remantder of m
snuaority. I rm:n iweie of sat waews
er- pat any b la of ks reetnsrtuur a:ter
toss eate-
A. . COrriN, F!e-
WANTED "O RENT Modern tenement or
rottas-e for eouple; address ' C.,- rare
Tiroes eeT.ee. 14"tJ
WASTE D-For two rirls. 12 and 14 yearn.
etd homes to work for board and at
tend school ; telephone S. ooriaj Worker.
between and 12 - m. S
WANTED For boy of 14 yesrs. emr'or
nest after mchool heirs and on Satardavs :
telephone 7ti. Social Worker, between and
12 a. sa.
W ANTED Poa.tion aa housekeeper in a
amall family It a middle. ae lady: send
answer, to "A. D ." Times prfto. I3
WANTED far of an!k cowa amd spriaie-a.
ralvea and enod beef, in Bsrre as Fry. a
day or Saturday : erfdreea Peter K--In-tre.
Central Kose Barre, and M. Fem-
broVe. Moci'pel'er. H"t4 -
i,TK! WOULD l ikE POSITION" as stneir-
rapher er as crk in store ; answer by
to "D ." care Ttar.ss c-Va. I'HS
W AXTtD AT ON- Z - Sa for mhmit
aew brsrks. aJe acwt I aaurs of
rrrated Irme; Gif aVwd Cm etx. Dairy Co ,
M. E. Bsnsey. Mar, RaaeMpti Center. Vt.
i:f
KSTLSi' twoeJo ewne. aaJ-"
louxe. oraer-au rserrba or earw ".
j a r-r ef How Fe O-.T0eot : lios
C.-aj law trewr s Ftuu-rav liuae
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