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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT.. TUESDAY", AUGUST 31, 1920.
a ABOUT THE STATE Htppeniagi of Interest from ,. Different Sections. The gas situation in Rutland, which lad become acute, is normal again, as the gas company has about 250 tons of gas coal on hand. Michael Donahue of Island Pond while driving some cows to pasture re eerttly, came near being gored to death by a bulL Fortunately some one was near and rescued him, but he was bad ly shaken up and had one arm and bg somewhat hurt. - Edward J. Rice of Lynn, Mass., died In the hospital at Brattleboro Sunday Bight as the result of injuries re ceived in an automobile accident when Leon Kelley of West Lynn, Mass., lost hit life. In their wrecked Ford were found several broken bottles which had contained whiskey. J. Frank Burke of Boston has been cured as football coach for the Uni versity of Vermont. Burke graduated In the class of 1917, served overseas during the war and since had been act ing as a bond salesman for a Boston bond house. He has a leave of ab sence during the football season. Mrs. A. J. Morrill of Newport has a 1 Bight blooming cereus, which has at tracted much attention the last few weeks, as it has had 24 blossoms. As only one bud opens at a time and lasts but a night, it has been closely watched. The plant is 10 years old. The blossoms are very fragrant and open about midnight. The dozen Vermont Morgans, which , i . i t . x- OTK TO uapa.ii, nave xeauiiru iiieu i.V kutmua nf the rmtcrh vnrff. Turn or ine .Morgans were ianen linmeai- ttely to the Imperial palace by a member of the Imperial household while the others were kept in the har bor a week as a regular quarantine. VERMONT WOMEN ENTITLED TO VOTE Three Big Free Features at Essex Cen ter. In addition to large exhibits in ev ery department and fast horse racing there will he three big free attractions at the Chittenden county fair to be held at Essex Center Sept. 7, 8, 9 and 10. The original Carlisle with his wild west broncos will give two exhibitions of trick riding, lawooing and fancy stunts the last three afternoons of the fair. The Nanoles Comedy Acrobatic company will give stunt afternoons on the stage in front of the grand stand. The world's famous Swedish nightingale will give several selections in the open air in the afternoons from the stage. Jo extra charge is made to all these attractions. There is no increase in price of admission, just the time as a year ago. Everything points to a big and successful fair. Vermont Customs Business Grows. St. Albans, Aug. 31. An increase in exports and imports during July, 1020, over July, 1010, was noted in the report of the customs office here, the increase in exports being $2,o00,000. The imports were $4,088,588, as com pared with $4,674,048 in July, 1019; the exports, $8,271,801, as compared with $5,725,484; the free imports, 4, 321,149, as compared with $4,427,300; the dutiable imports, $(W,439, as com pared with $246,680; the duties collect ed, $79,886.41, as compared with $35, 000.63; the domestic exports, $7,863, 043, as compared with $5,511,621; the foreign exports, $408,758, as compared with $213,863. By Registering In Their Home Com munities, Declare! Attorney Gen eral Archibald Poll Tax Not Necessary for State and National Voting. The women of Vermont can vote at the state primaries September 14 when a candidate for governor and other state officers will be nominated and at the general election in November by getting their names on the check lists and without the payment of a poll or any other kind of a tax, declares At torney General Frank C. Archibald. The attorney general says that the proclaiming of the equal suffrage amendment to the United States consti tution by Secretary of State Colby au tomatically makes women voters and declares that no additional legislation is needed in Vermont to make it pos sible for the new voters to assume their newly granted right. Mr. Archibald continued that there was no longer any distinction between men and women so far as political rights are concerned and that the con etitution being the supreme law of the land, all state statutes which are based on such a distinction are swept aside and men and women stand on an abso lute equality. What the statutes re. quire of men in the way of qualifier tion is now required of women, no more and no less Secretary of State Harry A. Black, of whom falls the duty, under the law, of preparing and providing the ballots to be used on primary day, said that a sufficient number of extra ballots to meet the new situation are now being printed. In order to clear up any confusion which may exist Secretary Black will on Wednedsay send out a letter to the town and city clerks setting forth the new conditions and calling their atten The Obstructionist ESTATE Of ROWELL M. MINARD. their camp at Joe'a pond over Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Edson have moved to her father's home in Calais. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Prav spent Sunday tion to the fact that women are now at their camp at Joe's pond, Dan voters and can get their names placed ville. on the check liet. Th mimo lad'oa nf th. ni.c Secretary Black said that women .-nted the drama. "Rebecca1. Triumph have only to present themselves before iast Tuesdav night in a very ooi x shape, and cleared around $40 to e- ings and, being qualified by American .;- the church citizenship, age and length of residence, , ,, , , . have themselte. enrolled a. voters ex- r- , t Ve ?'nJmin and actly as men. ht da"Plltpr tthel, were in Calais The attorney general makes it very " '". plain that no tax qualification is neces-1 lne Sunday school picnic is to be nary. There has been some confussion helcl at Dewey park Saturday, Sept. 4. on this point, because women (as have All are invited. men) have been required to pay a poll Mrs. Roberts, matron of the Thomp tax in order to qualify as voters in I son Memorial at Goddard seminary, town and city meetings, the extent to Barre, has been a guest of Mr., and which woman suffrage has been grant- Mrs. George Kelton recently. ed in erniont up until this time. But there is no tax qualification for men in state primaries or general elee tions and there can be none for worn- Differentiated. "The Enelibh call the movies the ciir en. me attorney general says that no ma." woman can be denied her right to get "And what do they call the spoken on the check list on the ground that drama, the chinema?" Boston Tran- sne nas not paid a tax or previously .print 1 I . i i 1 npicBBfu iicr iiiieiiiion io voie. Tae amendment to the constitution brings about an entirely new situa tion. A woman doe not have to pay a tax, neither does she, in enrolling her self, make herself liable to pay a tax LIQUID FIRE NORTH MONTPELIER A liquid Am to th bedbugs, ant, roach nd Una U what th new chemical discovery rally it, although there i no danger or no damage to be done by using it to your Prof. R. C. Mavo of Johnson, who springs, furniture or clothing. Thi new has just returned from Columbia col- themical Is known a Pesky Devils Quietus. ,. . , r P. D. Q. Ct 86c. but thia few rente will lege, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. h,v. th. ymr bou(ie rf H. J. Conant last week. bedbug, ante, roaches and fleae If you , purchase r. D. J. P. D. J. I used and ree- MlSS Hazel K. Rogers of Washing- ommended by the leading hnepitals and rail- tnn D P waa a wpek-enrl ohm nf 1 roa' companie as ui eateet ana quickest ion, u. L., was a weekend guest of of ndiint lh reaky bedbug, ant. Stock at Auction As I do not wixh to winter my stock and need some funds to meet obliga tions will sell the following described stock at auction on SEPTEMBER 3d, At One O'clock in the Afternoon on the premises in Williamstown, known as the Poor Homstead, one and one-fourth miles from the village. 42 Head of Cattle 30 head belonging to me and 12 head owned by Fred Poor. 20 cows, all to be fresh before Jan. 1st, 13 of them to freshen in September; 10 head of two-year-olds, some to freshen in Septem ber. The Fred Poor cattle to freshen in early fall. All federal tested; no reactors when tested. Also nine ehoats, weight about 40 lbs., about 75 tons of hay and some tools. Terms at time of sale. 0- P. POOR, Owner. FRED POOR. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. roechea. u .-1 L. i .. T i. ka M.t, e I T. Lilley of Wahoo, Neb., has j lone your druirgiKt hae It or can procure it DIED WHILE WALKING HOME. Otia C. Tuttle of Brattleboro Was Vic tim of Heart Disease. Brattleboro, Aug. 31. Otis C. Tuttle, a yard employe of the Edtey Organ com pany, fell on Organ street a few min utes after noon yesterday on his way to the home of Leroy M. Hudson of 15 Cherry street, where he boarded. He wis alone at the time, hut Henry Johnson found him and notified Dr. W. H. Lane and the Hudson family. Dr. Lane reached him in about five min utes, but life was extinct. Mr. Tuttle had been in his usual health and (ad made no complaint of any bad feeling hen he-went to his work in the morning. Pr. Chester S. Leach, health ofiircr, said death was due to heart disease. Mrs. Tuttle leaven two half-brothers, Wayne Fowler of Whitingham and Ar chie Fowler of Pittafield, Mao., and a Balf sieter. Mrs. John Porst of Whit in cham. Mrs. Tuttle died about two years ago. I WASHINGTON The ladies' mite society of the Uni veraaliet church of Washington will serve supper in the achoolhouee hall on next Wednesday evening. KepXember 1. Everyone is cordially invited. Mrs. M. W. Chamberlin and Mr. G. A. Bo hnnon ere the hotee of the occa sion. A dangh'er we bom August 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Roy .Scott of Grsnite-vitte. CABOT S the h-.z six-reel picture, "The Ft.ll Alarm." st t atv town h:i Fri day evenirji. September 3, n-.:U orlmk sharp. Bg daa after the pictures adv. MARSHFIELD few e h.S X reel f -tuta, "The f-t;:i Aiami,- at V tova hl Fri- 4y r ;t S7-es!Vr 3. f ;SO i'kir!- srarp. Eg iar-e afvr the rwlirts d. Miss Grace McKinstry. H: been vigiting his relatives in the state f" ou or pp;1 ij..to laddreaa on rerelpt of price by the Owl for the first time for 19 years. Chemical Co., Torre Haute, Ind. The tueeae ... .,., A oi r. u. v- naa raueea itnimmni 10 nave About everyone In the Village went been proeecutod. peddling an imitation. Gen. to the fair at Morrisville and reported pv Dv.- "ver Pd- , .. r Sold by Erneat Drown and other leading a pou lime. 1 druirBrwta. Adv, Mrs. Laura Knapp of Boston is visit ing friends in town. M. G. Nichols of England and his sifter, Mr. Willis Abbott, of Auburn, Me., were the guests of Mrs. Lewis Coburn and Mrs. John Clark last week. Miss Grace McKinstry has left her home here to resume her duties in teaching in Cabot. Mr. and Mrs. C. C Mears of Barre were in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Tray of Dan ville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I'd Titkin last Tuesday and Wednes day. Mifs Ethel Hamilton and her father from Orange have been visiting at C. M. Clark's the psst week. Mrs. Mary Cutler of Montpelier U visiting her niece, Mies Carrie Sib ley. Leon King and family of East Cor inth were the guests of Hat tie Johnson Sunday. Mrs. Silloway of Morrisville waa the guest of Mrs. Leon EUU Saturday. Mrs. Nora Keith, who baa been in poor health all the spring and sum mer, is much improved. Mr. M. J. Whiteomb and family of East Barre were at Leon Ellis' Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. SpeuHing and Mrs. I -aura Knapp spent the meek end at Joe's pond, Danville. Bertha Johnon was the gut of her cousin, Mrs. Richard At t ridge, in Pis infield over Siindav. Mr. and Mr. E. C. Hillia were at BEAR OIL for HAIR AN INDIAN'S SECRET One of the potent tiumxllmte af Ketaike foe the hiir-1 mj!ne Sor eu. Thre are ehr cUt InirMlvnta ant found In any ether htlr prepera ttoo. tlko hu surce1d in meny nue .. eaieeeM. fllli kalr and iiesmt wh enry etcr htr Inua ar treat nnl hu proved fuUle. twe flukraatea. Aots Inf neulia la turn feotulerea hope mm. Yea lew Hi a kl laelinl Why bereai ar main Said H ynu ran grew halrt If ethtra hare eblatnad a tmw amefh ar hare eoaiuernl dandruff, er alnpoM falling hair thrmirh Kn'alk. rk, mat M Ort bot Of KOTALKO at ey kwiv erug ttera: er arnt 1 c.nta er .tamre. tor BauX.'UVBE wit paoor nox ef totai u J. B. Brillain, Inc, SUUoa F. New York, N. Y. Administrator's Sale at AUCTION To settle the etate of the late 0car L. Bcmis, I will sell at public auction at the store of B. W. Davis, in Marsh- field Village, on SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, At 1:30 O'clock in the Afternoon the following personal property: Two lumber wagons, one with box body, express wagon, road cart, sleigh. upring-tooth harrow, single driving, harness, set of double driving har- j reuses, work harnesses, crowbar, fork,! drills, rakes, whiffletrees, neck yokes,1 and other hand tools, tool chest a good one, two raws, set of traverse sleds, wire stretcher. - Household Goods Extension table, beds and springs, two mattresses, com mode, rockers, stands, one mirror, three clock, one took stove, one ooal stove. one gas stove and other articles too; numerous to mention. Terms cash. DR. F. E. CORSON, Adm'r. V. R. HUDSON, Auctioneer, Auction Sale A Fine Lot of Land to be Sold at 4:30 P. M. Saturday. Sept. 4 i 920 on Orange St. One of the best locations in the city. Lot No. 23, front age SO feet, depth 107.49 ft., back end 80.03 ft, depth on easterly side 109.74 ft. On leased land. Warranty deed given. Look it up. Sale at 4:30 sharp, Saturday,Sept. 4th, 1920. 0. 11. Hale, Auctioneer 8tat of Vermont, District of Washington, s. The honorable probata court for the dis trict aforeuid, to the heir and all penona in terra ted in the estate of Howell M. Minard, laUi of Town of Barre, in said dietrict, de cerned. GREETING ! WHEREAS, application hath been made to this court in writing-, by the aaminieira- HELP WANTEDMALE WANTED Lettarer, alao man" who" can sharpen and cut etnne Carpenter ft Bar ton, Pittsburgh, N. Y. H2t& WANTED A man to wait oniiutnide in a g-eneral retail store whr min,- nut. ter, lc cream and exK are specialties ; would expect a man to be agreeable, ener etie and try to inereaae the bualnma ac- 1.. 1 u,m 1 n .'Y " ... . is court in wniini, ny me aanunu.- - . . . - . , .-v . i, -1 praylna- for licenae and authority to P lettrr on"r to - c Tin,, tor. ell all of real estate of said deceased to wit: Situated in th Town of Barre repre enting to an id court that it would be benaticial to the heirs and all persona in. tepee ted in the estate of said deceased, to ell said real eatata and convert same into money. . " And bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs to aid estate residing in this lata, and set ting forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the aaid court appointed and auigned the 17th day of September, 190. at the probata office; in Montpelier, in aaid district, to hear and decide upon aaid appli cation and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to all peraone in terested tkjerein, by publishing said order, together with the time and place of hear, ing. three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Timee, m newspaper which circulate in the neighborhood of those persons in terested in said estate, all ef which publica tions shall be previous to th day assigned for heerinir. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in aaid court to make your objections to the grant ing of such license, if you are cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, in aid district, this 80th day of August, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Aug31-Sept7-24 office. U2t8 gELLMAN WANTED Waterbury iSnTW". Davis, Waterbury. Vt. lsetf WAlEDtwo men who have naaTaoi machine shop experience; apply to the! Granite ChT Toot Co., HlacKwell street Hits WANTED Clothing salesman, state ex perience and salary wanted, steady em ployment to right party; address "Cloth ing," car Times. i 136tf WANTED An experienced automobile m chanic ; apply at Palace Garage, Barre. Vt 134tf WANTED Experienced man to operate hoist for boom derrick, steady job: N. Pelaggi A Co.. Northfleld. 12fltf WANTED Experienced aand-blaat torH Marr A Gordon, Inc. opera-120tf WANTED AT ONCE-Flrst-clasa bricklay ers. I1.17H per hour: tender 80c : 12 Windsor. Vt ! apply to Mr. Goulet Supt. B9tf WANTED Thre firat-clsss letter eutter i one who can carve: also thive granite cutte.ni ; beet of wag : address C. Schlei- ten Sons. Freedom, P. tw TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few tons ef hay for sale: apply to N. M. Kelson, 10 Merchant street. N Tltf ESTATE OF MARGARET CUNNINGHAM. Stat of Vermont District of Washington. . The honorable nrobate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all Demons interested in the estate of Margaret Cunningham, late of Cabot, in said district deceased, GREET ING: WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 20th day of Sentember next for examining and allowing the account of the execu tor of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the law. ful claimant of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persona interested in sard estate by publishing thia order three weeks successively previous to the day aesiened. in the Barre Daily limes, a newspaper published a th city of Barr. in said district. . THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to anDear at the orobate office in Montoelier. in said district on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said ac count if you see cause, and to establish your right as heir, legatee and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 80th day of August 1020. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Aug3.Sept7-M Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants. Lost nd Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short adver tisements at the rata of three lines tor twenty-fiv rent for the first Insertion and ten cents for each subsequent Insertion. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED At ONCE Two experienced waitresees, no others need apply, wages IS a week and board ; A. S. Sparrow; MontpelierHouse, Montpelier 142t6 WANTED A gi'rTto-workTghts at the M. G. Restaurant 142tf WANTED AT ONCE Woman to do house work, would consider married couple: Morrison Farm. Barre. 142tf WANTED Two women to do housework on a farm, good wages to right parti ee : write to "J.." care Time office. 142tf WANTED A Airst claa meat , $2T week ; also two table girls, good wages ; pply at once. J. J. Neagle, Hotel Lyndon, Lyndrnvllle, Vt- leUe WANTED Woman to do cooking in private family: apply to Mrs. H. B. Jackson. If School St. Lebanon. N. H. lS9t WANTED One waitrnis, one kitrhen woman, one bell boy ; Hale's Tavern, Wells River, Vt. 189t WANTED Two experienced rural school teacher : address N. J. Page. Pike, N. H 1S8U8 FOR SALE RABBITS FOR SALE-Checkered and Flem'. ish, good for .breeding; Mr. Herman Davis, 167 Washington street 14213 FxR SALE At ONCE-Eddy refrigerator in first class condition ; H. H. Max Hold, I Wendell place. 142U FOR SALE A good Glenwood stove with reservoir, nearly new, and a buggy wagon, good one, cheap if taken at once: phon 413-X, M. Martel, Upper Washington St. 14213 RICHMOND OAK HEATER For wood or coal, large siie, in flint clans condition ; applyJH. E. Smith. WiiHamstown. 142t6 HIGH GRADE G A RMENTSBarber', drug gists' and doctor' coats, butcher frock a and aprons made to order: write for am ple and prices, Nashua Special Order House. L. S. lniruham. Mgr., 13 Spruce St., Nashua, N. H. ' lS8tl2 CLAPBOARDS FOR SAL&Al si."e: Comolll ft CO; , , U7tf FOR SALE IngersolURand air compressor. in good running condition, capacity 200 cubic feet wil -11 reasonable if taken at once s R"uxGranito Co. 132tf FOR SALE Two well bred hunting does'. ve months old, nicely marked, cheap for luick sale; .JhoneMontpelier 83I-J. 122tf FOR SALE A preparation forleanrni rnlte and marble monuments :' brighteas up the lettering and make the whole monu J , ,,k c,K,n ,nd new : guaranteed : price on application: James Sullivan. IH Psrk trt, Barre. Vt 18tf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE-A Reo car forkTIieTl: it is in j-ood shape j E. Robinson, near Talc Mines, Wrrbury.yt 148t FOR SALE -Hudson 'roadster, in gomT"run mng order, all good tirea. cheap for ouick sale: apply to W. J. Legier, Northfleld ".I!JL!:... . -. 188t6 FOR SALE Model 490 Chevrolet, touring car, used one year. $850; S. F. Mareh. Barre. Vt., phone 2R0-J. " I33tf DODGE TRUrK " FOR' S ALE-Screen" pcST: nnt-clae condition, good a new, 1019 model : run about 3.000 miles, risher Farm. Bethel. Vt f tf HORSES AND VEHICLES WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK. ONE WHO CAN ROOM AT HOME PREFERRED: APPLY TO SUPER1N TENDENT AT CITY HOSPITAL, BARRE 13MT FARMS FOR SALE FARM FOR SALE 186 acre. In the town of Cabot good buildings, never failing water at house 'and barn, hard and soft wood lumber, keeps IS cows and team, two and one-half miira to Cabot village and 2'a miles to Marshfleld: will take house in city in trade; Harry Gallup, R. F. D. 1. Marehfield. 142t6 FOR SALE0-ar farm. 3 miles from R." R. station cn main road, H mile from school end 2 churches, near neighbors, plen ty of water by spring and large brook, nice sugar bush of shout S60 tree, besides ether lumber; for quick sale II. W0 including crops : sold on esy terms i apply to Geo- C. Benjamin, PUinfield, Vt 108tf PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER howlandbldg. SURGEON DENTIST TH0N For Itching Eczema, Old Sores and Piles FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CtHRIER BUILDING. BARRE, VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEAiXH'ARTFRS FOR RFI !! E PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS. VITROLAS. FONORA TALKING MA CHINES. RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC. Telephone S69-W, Barre, Vt. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S. ROWLAND Bl'ILDINQ Specializing: in Extracting; and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis 'Phon 119-M A Welder and Brazer On the job all thi time. Bring in your castings and have them made as good as new. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St. Barre, Vt. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE Situated in WairHeld village. 14-room house, good barn, never failing i-pnng, large building lot, four acres neai meadow land; quirk sale for cash ; addreas C. J. Green Waltsfleld, Vt Jnt FOR SALE Resid'enr of the late Wheeler J. Batchelder of Plainfleld, property con sist of well kept nine- room house, S stories with good bam attached and nir gsrrlen in rear, pleasantly situated on slight elevation with fine view in all diree tion and away from all automobile dust, independent spring of water and spacious lawn, with grove ef larg maples ; must be seen to be appreciated ; M. E. Batchelder. Plainfleld. Vt. UOtf FOR SALE Seven-room cottage and garage at 88 Summer street, all modern improve ments ; apply to O. N. Granger, IS Mer chant street. l-7tf FOR-SALEThe-FenSk'plsc. one end a half mile fr-m Barre post office. 42 acre land, kerpa 10 cows and two horsca, good vegetable farm, good house and bams, best of spring water; price 14.00(1, including some of t he fat ming tools ; T. H. Cave, Ad ministrator. Barre. 122tf JAMES STREET HOfsV of T room; ben- house 12x20 ft. ,- house Is lighted by elec tricity ; has 2 bay window ; cellar cemented i plenty of fruit and good garden ; price ) 1J. OOd.fto ; this is a pleasantly located home end convenient for granite worker ; D. A. J Perry Real Estate Agency. Barre. 9tt j FOR SALE -roo modern house on Monti J peller road: piaisa, barn, henhouse, t i acrea land; reasonable; aleo 2-tenement I house at 1 Merchant street and rot tar i house on Washington street; Mr. H H. i Mile. tl. 117-X. lf,4tf! fnn sif rT vi.L.1. iu'lin.ik Main; street, contain 2 stmrea. 2 tenement, also 5- I building lots ; good renting property ; prire Tor immediate (ale. I.00; H. G. Boye. 11 j Academy street. t2tf j "GREENLEIGH."20S.Main street, for sale; the semi-bungalow residency or ine late W. F. Milne, built within I years : con tain 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set rub, cement eel. Jr floor and at nam heat : henhouse and t tr lota go with th property ; ppl tree, berry hushes, etc., end garden in rood con dition ; apply to Mrs. W. I. MUne. tci. 42-M. 7ti WANTED BY SEPT 15TH A woman to asslet with meals and do tome cooking on a farm, no washing. Ironing or mopnin to do. waves 17.00 a week ; address K.. Barre Daily Times. 137tf W A NTEr)C:Twerthers''for dbfarlctwhonl ; F. C. Royce. Northfierd. R. F. D. 1, Vt., Oranre county telephone. ISStf WANTEDA hmwekeeper for voting msn nd two-year-old son. on small farm : C. W. Grata. Randolph Center, Vt. 1SUI2 W NTFD Pup" narm nd "sTtterTdant " at the Tsnnton State Hospital, wages 145.00 per month with mstntenence: for particu lar address Dr. Arthur V. Goes, Supt. SMtf WANTED A ahort-ordea- cook at Balti more Lunch. 124tf W NTEDfMrl for fciehn work t the Kello"- Boarding House ? School stpent, Montpelier; telenbona 72-M. Ultf E.TFICTENT COOK, waitresses end "kitchen eiwiai wsnted at once at Miller Ion. Moptneliee. 7Sr PlfPTLS Nl'RPES WANTFn Vo women' to train aa nurse at Ban- City Hospital Barre. f5tf FOR SALE Two pair of good work horses, weighing about 8000 lbs. a pair, selling because I cannot get help; W. E. Nichols. 7 Elmore street, phone 66-M. 188tf FOR SALE One clean limbed, resolute mare, five year old, weight about 1300 lbs., perfectly true and ritrht every way. will please the most particular: N. E. tele phone S82-2. H. E. Mile. East Montpelier. v j 138tf FOR SALE At a bargain, if taken at once": having finished my duties as rural mail carrier, i have for sale two horse and complete equipment, new top buggy, sleigh, robe, harness, etc ,- horses, bay, weight 960 1060, ages 9 and II year, sound and right in every respect:, call T. H. Bartlett, Plain field Village. Orange Co. phone. 13gtl FOR SALE On pair young horses, weigh". ine A 000 th mUtn ftiimn ..art XV V Clough. Kasl Barn. 134tl2 UNITED STATES TIRES UNITED STATES TUBES All else in stork all the time Cords and Fabric. Vehicle Supply Co. Colton'i Plac. 84 State Street, Montpeer. MALE ANT) FEMALE HELP WANTETVor gr' h-'-workmanr"and wife, for borne in Winrhe-t-r. M ex- rrienre. reference, see end full informa tion dcsirv-1 : redrew, until Sept. th Mountain View He. WhUefield. N. H., end thcrftr, '50 Highland e venue. Win cheater. Mass., Mr. F. S. Snyder. 14.U5 HFT P WANTED Yoone men and women to bik noeit'nne ss sttenrfantn at the Ver mont State Hoepltsl for the Insane at We. terburv ; to those who dseire. n opportunity offered to ttenr1 Purse training course! pply t Hospital. Wsterburv. Vt lWf HOUSES TO RENT SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT-Centrlly located: John Papln, Papin's Livrv. 1.H1 TO RENT Sept. 1st, bam room for autos : apoly Elmore street, phone 17-W. 140t TORRENT Sis-room tenement: inquire of Arthur Cole. 88 Sscninary street. 182tf FOR RENT Five-room tenement, second floor, newly repaired, rent low; call Royre. 18 Harrington avenue. 132tf TO RENT Five-room tenement with garden at 84 Elmwood avenue: apply at same ad- dres. 0tf TO FFNT-room tenement. 1st floor. Tbs Northern ; all modern ; apply at 820 North Main street. 4tf TO RENT Tenement t 82 Merchant street, also 4 tenement on Wilier street, all (n flrst-claas shape: mcnlern improvements: W Msnn. 84 Wellinrton street I2tT MURPHY'S DA-COTE Makes an old car shine like new. It is easy to apply and dries quickly. We sell and recommend it. Vehicle A Supply Co. Colton'i Plac. 84 State Street. Montpelier. BINDER TWINE The best is what you want and that is Plymouth. By the ball or by the bale. Special price by the bale. MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS are the last word in efficiency and service. We are offering at a special price a few No. 17 itsa, 1,000-pound capacity. Remember we exchange. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone HO Orange Co. Telephone PERRY & N0ONAN , UNEXCELLED FLNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambnlaac) Service Undertakers and J Licensed Embalmers I Depot Square. Barr TeL Conner tion. 4'1-W ! SEE US IN OCR NEW LOCATION W a re wnw ready to aerr both old and I sruarante wry ointment" says Peter . of Baffak. to rare erzema : to itAp the itchirg at aar ar any reUabl drag- wdI eheerfuliy rfwn4 yosir srwney if PETERSON S OIN-D'FVT Van t oo every. th'- I ay it wiU Vx" Wiiliaaa A. Carkry aa? Franklisi. N T, ai reT a eva een. He write : ' T tsieal FFTER50NS OINTMENT -a a ltt5e se .f-rtng tembiy rta aneaa It U4 ti w.r." Then - is AVe. Lawfe. a We Cre ws T Ba'alrv wtm ss gl4 s wrtte n.inw: I kal an e44 aerr say kag fc enarr rears "n 4maq faari FrTTf-VV fj 0TME-T ewtirry tMd ts e " Ard freest ma a aa-.e-m a te'tt. f rr-ea A. fww. " V tr : T Wt t- PFTlrWW Pm us Oretmewt C. Iw-. tmin. K. T. - A. OFFICK HOV1KS : m tsWra. and !"' new customers with high grade of Jewelry. 4 p. at Morday. Teaay. Th are day and Fny , Repair w-ork guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler DR. A- H. SMITH Osteopathic Physician 21 KEITH AVENUE 0!fir On Tdy Saturday TIANO TUNING 9. ARTrTUR HELD OX i4t, WONTFEUERLeav arsVe t lufTt Use ism. fcarr. Tai. -. 4 ELM STREET SOLE AGENT FOB BOSTON AMERICAN" GAGE & GAGE CHIRoriJACTORS Hoar Dairy: -! a. en. except Tuesdays nd Thura4y. 2-J p. m. : Eveainn : o to . orept Tuesday. Tkarsday aa Satnr esrs. Moerpeier Moeidsia. Wadnes4aya, Friday. 1 tea; Twasoay. Tbansuiys, etar star. 10 14 to II. rasa ttsvAw ' rhow 2-W 1 NorUi Maia Street r s F IT L L PROTECTION from loss by fire can only be obtained by basing the amount of insurance carried on the cost of replacement as it is to-day, and insurance which is below this standard will only pay part of the loss in event of fire. EVERYTHING INSUR. 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 IV POLSTER BLOCK. BARRE. VERMONT REAL ESTATE ACTIVITY INCRAESES Practically nd dcirehl tenement to be had. PrVea . must advance, and w again urge the importance of securing that home at once. We ar offering these at cut price to move them at once. LIVE STOCK FOR SALE ANOTHER ORANCE STREET HOUSE partly finished in early birch : hardwood floor, heated, lights, good plumbing, etc. Owned tr a non-resident who allow us to sel at t.'SOt. It is worth mora. MAPLE AVENUE or Brae street home witii ery large lot : all floor downstair are hardwood ; a real bargain at I2O00. MODERN HOUSE an South Main st-wt. etcht rooms with all convenience. Price fSOOO. Very entrL PO NOT GET THE IMPRESSION tht yaaj cannot secure good home anlees you have all cah. Very easy tern cm om rf these lasting may be had. MISCELLANEOUS 9MALL VILLAGE PLACE M M rvH tv'frT4b't rtm mnd hmrn frr nrly st.s-A.sa m.L u Uut ----- ; I at o .-a l ia i I DANCING Pnvte leason. ; latest soer. FOR SALE Twtvyear-old registered Hoi rrin bnll. tuberculin tested : Allen Mr Kensiev Willstmatotan, Vt., phone 381-1S. ca'l after g p. m. 14SI6' UNROOFED JULY 29. as we wer by Are neceesitmtM disposing of all my stork, consisting of three horses. If now, seven now freah. three yearling. 10 twp and three-year-old heifers, moetly grade Hol stcins; shall sell subject to teat aa fast aa buyers appear: M. L. Toa-ne, phone 214-X i:tf FOR SALE 2 hens and a farrow cow: insjuire of A. L. Belville. South Barre. phone 2M-M. 143J FOR SALE Five-weeka-old pies. $4.0" each ; also sboats weighing from 40 to SO pounds : F. O. Ralph, Brookflrld. phone eonnectiaans. 14211 FOR SALE Three young milking short horn bull calve, eligible to rev is try from rood " producers, priced reaonb!e; Percy B. Jaslin. Wailafield. Vt. I42t TOR SALE Seven fonr-weeks-old pigs. also two ahoata; W. M. Rork, FarweTl street. 13?t PIPELESS HEATING The most up-to-date, economical, sanitary. efficient and cheapest method known at th present day. There ft. however, murn mnerenee m Pipeles Heating and in Pipeles Furnace. Wer you buying a furnace could you answer the following questional What would be the right tut and best type of FirepotT , What kind of a radiator would be most efficient and durable T What has the outside diameter casing to do with proper operation? What type of heater will heat th cellar nd what type will not? What is rapacity of cold air space? What i cubic heating capacity? What type of heater is most accessibl nd esy to clean and why? What is proper weight In respect to capacity? What should you pay for various type? All these questions and many other w are vvwprexl to answer. Let u look over your house nd give you the particulars. All ie in tock. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone A FARMER FURNISHED ROOMS BOARD AND ROMM For two school arirls. price naaonabke; writ t once to K . rare Time office. 142t2 THREE FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET- Prefer tewcher. students or women work. by dsv or hour: Call at t Kirk street. Tor 44J-W. Ultf know th vt, of manure put on witli a spreader. It is only question of what spreader to buy. If you ar considering price only, rather than th duality of machine, better put th John De from your mind. Th John Deere Spreader Is first, last and all the time a quality article. Careful buyer, conseravtiv buyer, men who buy on merits, always pick th Famou John Deer Beater on Axle Spreader. Its extreme simplicity, its light draft, its durability and its eas of operation, both kauitng and unloading, make this machtn a revelation in the present day method of handling manure. ' It is in a class by Inself. Ask the man who own one. You will find one near you. Write or ask for cataloru. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone WANTED Ui-tv; Kob 1 -.. 1.2 Maui itrwt I14tf MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Eet F-arre, XVfbteri"e c4 tiUBifeville to rr i06 Oraag. Wgahirg4 nd inin:towi to Barr 7 no 3L J. WHITCOMa Eat Barre, Vermont 1ELEPHONI iW STORM SERGE We have just received a line of these jrfood. in blue, black and brown. They are a good value, at a low price. Come in and see them. We can save you money. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Ma r?h field, Vermont. FARM W can please you whether yens I re locking for a one rcsn kiid or Urge i tork fs-ra: scene espertal berestn just! nr,. wc s re o'Tertng n eepecUllv good farm containin " 4 acres, one-haif mile f -am East Vootre' er : hVk hoasw. hae. j roewt bs-ts. equipped wile, winking machine : splendid sugsr bash of M maples : will sell wtth erepa. etc, or will sell the real U lepe. Whether tbiak'ng af ruring er eU:ng. call la and taJk u ewer wih ). THE D. A. TERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS WANTED A furnished room for mother and child, central location, parties to care for child mhiie mother is at work; write lo R- J ." cr Time. 142tf WANTED AT ONCE-S.l for shout lH.nofl new bricks. alo ahout 170 bag of hydrated lime; finlf Road C-cip. Dairy Co., M. E. Barney, Mgr.. Randolph Center. Vt. UMf WANTED 100 people with corn, eaf- oue. CFm. hemof fboids or sores to buy bos of Honey Bee Ointment j Bsrr Drug Caw Drown Miirmacy. Il;t24 BUSINESS OrPORTUNITIES W.VNTED Farmer or part per, to erter the uarry ssaineas. grmntt fnaaufartarer preferred, good propoetUoej to ocTer or mou'ii ti- fSve-year lease with esrtion to J buy. royalty on stone 1 cent per c-jbse ! foe : spptr to Jams TrtVikc East Barre. Vr. pr-w I'4-i. I2tf ti LOST AND FOUND LOST -Ob th sma R4 beta eea Week-. rr.tvs and Wa'erburv. vosnan s hat. tar rat and tnts af cot ur Cader plane urtjfy i TH Edwards. Rwhsoeca. Vt. R. f. I. aia wet tvaarsL )4tit ' WANTED TO BUY " VTIT TO H T-.Wiarf ftrwla-, - - ri s'was . 'uire O. aaruft, I h i s.'. la. li-Jt.