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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920.
rABOUT THE STATE Happening of Internet from Different Sections. - Pour calves belonging to P. C. Ham mend were killed in East Franklin during a recent electrical storm. Persons driving over Mendon moun tain Sunday afternoon found several Inches of snow on the Rutland side of the mountain. On the occasion of the Rutland fair, last Thursday afternoon from 4 till II o'clock 633 automobiles passed a given rint in Healdville, while from 6 to o'clock, 610 passed, making over two per minute. James B. Button, aged 85 years, died tit his home in Georgia, bent. 8. He died in his birthplace. Mr. Dunton was ft veteran of the Civil war and was one of the oldest residents in the northern section of the state. The machine business in Springfield Is slowing down and within the past two weeks the Fellows Gear Shaper Co. has discharged 225 men and is said to ' be planning to discharge half as many more. The Bryant Chucking Grinder Co. has let about the same number go and it is reported that curtailments in the factory force at the Jones & Lam- . son plants will go into effect soon after Sept. 15, 1 Roy Chaperon, one of the three Bur ' lington young men who stole the auto mobile of Clarence L. Smith of that City last week, has been sentenced to serve not less than 15 months nor more than two years in the state pris on at Windsor. The other two who were Implicated in the theft, Fred Chaperon and Armand Maynard. were sentenced to serve 340 days in prison, each, or pay a fine of $50 and costs. Thousands of dollars' damage was done by Sunday's heavy ram and elec trical storm in northeastern Vermont. In St. Johnsbury alone the damage to streets and roads will amount to over $1,000 and there is also a large property damage there, to homes flood ed by water. The worst road damage was on Concord avenue, in St. Johns bury, where, near the home of Roy Taft, close to 1,000 loads of dirt were washed off the roadway and it was made impassable. In Danville there wan a cloudburst. Culverts were car ried away and tons of mud and dirt were washed into the street. Over two inches of rain fell in the 24 hours ending at 9 o'clock Monday morning. MIDD'S OLDEST ALUMNUS. Rev. Edward Psyaon Stone Died Sat urday, STOWE Carroll's orchestra of Barre furnished music for a dance given at the Akeley , c . ,, ,, , . Memorial building by Donald M. Mo Middlebury, Sept. 15.-The funeral M h t American Legion. There of Rev. Edward Parson Stone, the old est graduate of '.widdlebury college, who died here at the home of his sis was a good attendance. Mrs. Winfred W. Houston and ehu- ter, Mrs. Marguerite B. Stone,- Sat- dren, Ardys, Gerald. Slaurice and Bur urday, Mas held yesterday; after which ton, who have passed the summer in the body was taken to Montpelier, ww, iurf w F, where commital services were held. ton at the.r home at Doylestown, Pa. Mr. Stone was a Civil war veteran Miss Marjorie Watts, who accompanied and a well-known minister throughout hr sister as far as White Liver June- the state. He had lived in Rutland turn, is visiting Mrs. Leon Wells n about 17 years awOad been ill sev- Wilder. . eral weeks. iW.. The Bridge street Community club Mr. Stone was the son of John Fitch will meet with Mrs. Harry H. Downer and Lydia Powers (Paddock) Stone. Saturday afternoon. . He was born in Quechee, Aug. 1, 1830, Mr, an(i Mrg. a. A. Emery of St. Al and prepared for college Hn Bakers- D(lnHi wn0 have passed a short time field and Montpelicr. H taught in wjtn Mrs. Emery's father, S. W. Bar Royalton in 1853-J855; North Carolina, r0W((i an4 otner frjends in Stowe, left 1855-1875; Chester, 1858j Woburn, Tuesday on a motor trip to Bethel and Mass., 1859; Newtonville, 1860. He White River Junction, was ordained to -the : "'T J" JfJ- Mrs. H. S. Mathews has been very BupmonxOmmi. m with rheumatic fever. Her condi V?TTnnV ?Lr? r tion is a little improved, but she is of the Congregational i."! rtlllentadtohirW' terville, Mass., 1863-1865; Wellesley, 1865; agent, American Home Mission- Santa more and daughters, ary societv at Boston, 1865-1869; pas- Marion and Dorothy, are attending the tor at Waterford, 1869-1871; Underhill Malone, N. Y., this week. and Essex, 1871-1875$ Pembroke and Mrs. Carroll J. Scribner of Chicago! Bailey mill in Montpelier on Friday to Center Harbor, N. H. 1875-1879, gen- is visiting her mother, airs. Maiinaa i be disposed ol. EAST MONTPELIER C. F. Dudley, who has served as R. F. D. carrier for a number of years, naving reacnea ine age limn, is re tired, and will receive a pension from the government. Oliver Fifleld attended the funeral of his nephew, Leven Fifleld, of Prospect street, Montpelier, on Thursday. Howard Gallison, who has been ill for over a week with ulcers in his throat, Is somewhat better. ' During one of the worst showers of the summer, the main fuse burned out, but before lighting-up time, E. W. Mc donald of Plainfield had the lighting system running as smooth as silk. C. W. Perry and W. E. Fisk of Barre were recent visitors in towif. H. C. Dudley is serving as substi tute until a new carrier can be ap pointed. On Friday at the town hall 28 wom en registered. A bell has been placed on the vil lage schoolhouse and did duty as a schoolbell the first day of the present term. F. P. Town send of Barre and E. G. Walker were in town on Sunday. The mill horses were taken to the eral missionary of the A.' H. M. so- Drugg, ciety with residence t Lapeer, Mich., Guy L. Holden, mail clerk on the route ioou. rvev. oume puuusiiea a numuer from Sor ncfleld. Mass.. to St. Johns Of essays. Ihnrv in At. home this week between .n - j 1 1 ' mv. oione was jnarxioa inree nines ; i trios if - -r. ft o lor. T I M.r n x,. -. . i Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Lamb of u. j.ooie, Aug. oo,.-vuu 'n, ,4,iVi. i. j m. j in., t r.. I8i, to nannan i. rwoai oaroer. , .; v.... ,.;.;j nr. ., T 1- j . i c'iiD x i BiiiAA ta r: fjsivcu U'a x . axa uul T.a" ' ,r ! . Mrs. H. A. Parsons this week. were uorn, jaiwhiu aiuuib, wuu our-i t cr.J . . . j vives, and, Albert, who died n in- ... . ,-f. n. m.. I 11 A'Ji. mti iwi Besides lived, he 1 V Cl . 1 t' ill- . 1. farm. Principal and Mrs. C. J. Strand are occupying Mrs. F. S. Dow s house on Maple street Mrs. Eleanor Gerrv returned Tuesdav Milford Riser has received a letter to Barre. after visitinc friends in Stowe 1 ' 1 .1 . , 1 ' I ... . ... irom mi iiromer, iunynara jviser, .vand MorriSVllle. ing that he is much improved m health h. B. Turner, who has been failing in since tney nave movea 10 ios Angeies, health for some time, is not so well Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris of Marsh- this week Cal., from New York. I I Lieut. Walter L. Morgan returned Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Harris of Tuesday to Northfleld to resume his Marshfield visited Mrs. Jennie Hamel studies at isorwich university Saturday. ' ni nepni-w jinu who, jvir. inn mrs. v;- ifi. v Stafford M. Boardman, at Keena, N. H. his ster with whom be Mig9 Hodge the 'teacher at the Tl?. n' Ed' cker street school, makes her home PLAINFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunbsr and rel atives from St'. Albans visited at E. W. Page's one day last week. Glen Utton is in Hardwick this week. Mrs. S. E. Sulham and son, Ray mond, who have been visiting the for mer's niece, Sirs. F. E. Winch, have returned to their home in Littleton, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Spencer of Lis- EAST BETHEL Mrs. Susan Morse has-returned from a trip to North Dakota, whore she vis- itd a daughter several weeks. George Smith has gone to Syracuse. IS. x., tor a week or 10 days, lie will take in the fair while there. Elmer Raymond and wife have re turned from New Hampshire, where he Hiram Sparrow went to Montpelier on Sunday and again on 'Monday, called there by the illness of his broth er, A. S. Sparrow, of the Montpelier house. Edward Copping spent several days in Plattsburg, N. Y-, last week and at tended the fair while there. , ' ESTATE OF KOSWEIX M. MINARD Three Lines for 25c The Time will mbliih Want. Lost and Pound. For Sale, To Lt, tc.- short advrn. lines for twnty-flv rtnts for the ft rat InMrtion and tn cents for each auhiwiucnt liuertion. Stat of Vermont. District of Waahimrton, ss, Tl I L I . - . i J ' . liv iiunuratJiB V 1 'L11 duuii 111. Ui. vim- I . vu..u, i Jt enm, . u w w. ' ' triet aformsid. to the heirs and all pron ttaemenU at the rti of three Interested in the extete of itfmwrll M. Mlnnrd. late of Town of Barre, in said dis trict, d-ted, GREETING: WHEREAS, applieetion hath baan mude to this court In writing, by the admlniitra tor, praying for license and authority to (ell all of real estate of said deceased to wits Situated In the Town of Barre repre senting: to said court that It would t beneficial to the heirs and all persons in tereated in the estate of said deceased, to sell SMld real ektate and convert tame into money. And brlne-ini Into court the consent and approbation in writina. of all the heirs to said estate residing In thts state, and set' ting forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the 17th day of September, 1820, at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, to hear and decide upon said apiH cation and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to J1 persons in terested therein, by publishing said order, together with the time and place of hear ing, three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates in the neighborhood of those persons In terested In said estate, all of which publica tions shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the tune and place asuisrned, then and there in sid eourt to make your objections to the grant ing of such license, a you see cause. Given under my . hand at Montpelier, In said district, this 80th day of August, 1920. r RANK J. MAKTUN, Judge. Septl-g-15 - ESTATE OF MlLFORD C. VEINO. Making a Will Leavei the power to your family if you leave the property. Life insurance leaves your family cash or an' income, as you think best, and free of the perils of your estate. National Life Ins. Co. (Mutual). S. S. Ballard, general agent, Rialto block, Montpelier Vt. 1000 Eggs In Every Hen New System at Poultry Keeping Get Dol lar a Deten Errs Famous Poul tryraan TELLS HOW Mr. and' Mrs. Alvin Lewis and MARSHFIELD Mrs." Louise Sanborn, who has spent the summer in Concord, JT. H., came home last Thursday. ;, Mrs. Harvey E. Goodell and son, Da Tfd. and niece, Miss Ruth Bailey, of Wells River were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Darling Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. B. B Nownes and Mr. nd Mrs Charles Johnson attended the Barton fair last - Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Collins returned Wednesday from a -10 .days' auto trip to Boston, returning by way of Port land, Me. Dr. Barnes accompanied them from Massachusetts. 1 Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Davis and son, Herbert, were visitor in Montpelier Friday. Clifton Ward left Saturday for Moretown, where he is to be with his sister for a time. ' Miss Evelyn Furness .left Monday for Andover, Mass., to resume the posi tion which she had there last spring. Miss Welch of Groton is visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. W. Blake. Mr. and Mrs. B. 1 Cameron and daughter, Dorothea, returned Thursday j from a three weeks' auto trip to Con- necticut. Mrs. C. L. Bates of Barre is the guest of her cousin, C. E. Thwing. Mrs. Martha Carpenter has a posi tion at Goddsrd seminary and left for there Monday. Mrs. Amelia Wooster is seriously ill with heart trouble. Her three daugh ters, Misses Florence, Grace and Dor othy, were summoned home the last of the week and her brother also ar rived Saturday. The copious rain Monday raised the river so that the water m-as over the road below Earle Smith's and several auto had to be assisted in getting through. Rev. William MacNeil of West New bury is expected to preach next Sun day morning ia exchange with the pas tor. Mildred Smith, Harriet Davis. Her bert and Raymond Houghton left on Monday for Montpelier seminary. Mrs. Susan Duke is to teach the Lanesboro school the coming year. Mrs. Fred Ellis and son, Bernard Ellis, and friend of Womnocn, Mss., were the guet of Mr. and Mrs. George Davis the first of last week. Communion was observed Sunday morning. Sept. fl, and Herbert and Elbert Jlavts were taken into rhurch membership. Mr. and Mrs. Rnssell P. Dale and three children, who have been at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Dar- time, tn.t ,. .it -t j for three weeks, returned to T " ' . , . 'v "f1 ra"a " bon, N. H.. spent the week end with 9 Ba wo "rongn tna summer. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Spencer. & hv? 1'ttle daughter, born the Larl Lamberton of Marshfield vis- . . f .i ..t.t. m;.. vt.w ited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ransom Buck is going to play in Lamberton, Sunday, I the Green Mountain band of Randolhh Mrs. GetcheH spent the week end ia mt f,: ,f w.i, ,!,; Barre with her husband Frank Getch- The wormt thunderi,torm for sereral ell who has employment there. I years visited East Bethel Sunday aft ernoon. The wind did a good deal of daughter of East Calais and Mernie damage to trees and crops. Brown i oi Montpelier were visitors in Mrs. Carey of Melrose, Mass., has town Sunday. I V... . vlitp mt Kim AnnmM Xh i. tUm Miss Laura Laline has gone to Con-1 ,u, d,.ohtr rJ Atr.l!ii Vnv.' I l 1 - ' iii-iiuui., biic nramuii h liviMl here fifl tnr airo. teaching school. . Mi. KinBsburv. Clifton Lvon Mr. and Mrs. Justin Jewett Of Lon- anH I.W.IIv. Prrin haira returned in fioncierry ana mt. ana- airs, ucorge Uchool at South Royalton. Holden and Mrs. Ulla (ietchell of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Smith and chil- Montpeiier were guests or Mr. and dren were visitors in Brookfield Sun- Mrs, ueorge urown Minday. I dav. Mrs. Cora Moore of Montpelier hoe Mvron Fowler and wife were callers returnea 10 ncr nome, aiier a lew aays t Miss Edith Fowler's Sunday. He is vinii wun rrianvca. . nonheve nf .Miss Fcntor. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lewis and chil-l The mtr vmmift hae AtiA- dren of New London, Conn., are visit- i to take a piece of William Wright ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George I jand south of hie house and a piece crown. i nf Mrs. ( jin a for a new cemetery r. v. iMowe nas gone 10 riatisourg. j. l., wnere ne nas employment. Tft wyHTBIT paPFB SUITS AT ISC. u M . , .1 , I;. , iv. I - Gladstone Clark of Barre visited ADOW w,to "uu,uu" "ol" "7 relatives in town the first of the week. 52.63, .school began in the village Mondavi w.-hint, Kent. 15 Panar suit with all new teachers. J ?,m fiermansr ht the deoart- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Batchelder were I ni mm-- win an in Worcester. Mass., part of last week. nibition tour of the eountry, starting to-day. Representatives of the bureau I "The great trouble with the poultry busi ness has always been tnt the laying life of a hen wa too short." saya Henry Traf ford. IntornaKonal Poultry Expert aad Breeder, for nearly eiehteen yean Editor of Poultry Success. The avenge pullet lay 150 egg. If kept the second year, she may lay 100 more. Then she goes to market Vet, H has been scientifically established that every pullet ia born or hatched with over ore thousand mtnnte egg germs in her system and will lay them on a highly profitable basis over a period of tour to wix years' time if given proper care. How to work to get I.OOO eggs fmne every hen : how to get pulieta iayinr early i bow to make the oid hen lay like pullets ; how to keep ap heavy egg production all through cold winter months when egg are highest: triple , egg production ; make stacker hens bustle: IS.06 profit from every hen hi six winter months. These smd many other money making poultry accrete are contained in Mr. Trafford s "1.000 EGG HEW system of poultry Bsisinar, one copy of which wtll be sent aheohitely free to any reader of this paper who keeps six hens or more. Em should go to dollar or more a rfoaen this winter. This means a big profit to the poultry keeper who get the eggs. Mr. Traf ford Sella how. If you keep ehicken and want them to make money for you, cut out thi ad and, send it with your name and ad dress to Henry Trafford. Suite m M., Tyne Bid.. Blnghiunton, N. Y., and a free copy of "THE 1.000 EGG HEN" will be sent by return mail Ad. State of Vermont, District of Washington, a. The honorable probate court for the dis trict sforeseld. to all persons Interested in the estate of Milford C. Veino. late of Town of Barre, In said district, deceased, GREET ING: WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 29th day of September next for examining and allowing the account of the adminis ter of the estate of said deceased, and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claim ants of the same, and ordered that public no tice thereof be given to all persons interested in said estate by publishing thi order three weeks successively previous to the dsy" -ignod, in' the Barre Daily Times, a newspa per published at the city ol Barre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office In Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees sad lawful claimants to said residue, Given under my hand, this 7th day of September, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. SeptS-lS-22 IjARMS FOR SALE , FOR SALE My firm, situated "Hi mifes from Williams town village, consisting of 120 acre, also stock and tools ; might take a house in village in part payment; for par ticulars inquire or call on M. R. Banevide. Williamstown, N. E. phone J94-2. also Peo ples' phone. . l&Stf f'ARM FOR SALE Extra good buUdngs, will keep 2S cows and team, 185 acres, near school, on a good road, four mile to village; price fS.lAO include 10 cows, pair horses, tool and one-half the crop ; will sell on reasonable terms or will exchange for eit.y property j John F. Benjamin, Barre. phone 10R-R. HUf FARM FOR SALE For particular address . Box 7. Calais, Vt ' 148tf HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SATrJDwelling house, seven rooms! wood shed, barn, hen house, running water to house and barn, large garden and ten acres of land, in village of Northfleld ; tele phone l?fi-5, Northfleld. 164t3 WISHING TO LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA next month am offering for sale my 14 room house, barn and land, situated In Waitsfield village; also many articles of furniture: cash and quick sale; C. 3. Greene, Waitsfield, Vt. U2t6 FOR SALE two-tenement "house, 40 Park street, modern improvement, furnace, set tubs, maple Room i always rented ; two small gardens, garage; also a lot; bargain if taken at once; John Vercoe, 49 Park street: call after 4:80 p. m. 15H6 FOR SALEMy home, place, situated on Prospect avenue, house contains seven rooms, bath room, pantry and shed, electric lights, hot and cold water, cement cellar floor, slate roof, ' room for targe garden ; am selling because I intend leaving the city ; Mrs. Mary Hunter, S Prospect avenue. 148tf READY TO GIVE UP AFTER LONG FIGHT iJI luieiiu - ....... - - .. .H T.ne principal ciuea 04 me rounu; aie to show the suits, which cost from 15 cents to $2.6o, to manufacturer and clothing firms. Baltimore, rhiladel- Dhia and New York ere to be tne nrst three cities where the paper clothes ! are to be exhibited. Samples of the paper suits were lm- WaS SO Wom Out He Could irromre'MrU thtt'rman "nd TTatvllv VWm-L- Tnti Austrian manufacturers were selling v..., " ri a aiuot ,, Ens and. Ita r and Turkey Restored Him to Solen- in nPt'ti"n 6101,1 ,mU uom I ..Lap AniintriM. w . I -w- aid neaith. A Welder and Brazer On the job all the time. Bring in your castings and have them made as good as new. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St. Barre, Vt Stock and Tools at Auction As I have decided to give up farming this winter, will sell at public auction on FRIDAY, SEPT. 17TH At One O'clock Sharp in the Afternoon on the premises where I live in West lophani, one-half mile from the village on the road to aits River, known as the John Wilds farm, my entire herd of black and whites which I have taken pains to get together. 31 Head 10 cows, part with calves by their side, balance due to freshen soon, seven two-year-old heifers, all due to freshen this fall, six yearling heUers, five heifer calves, one purebred Holftein bull, papers go with him, one of the best sires in town. This stock is all FINE MODERN HOME in 8mitb Barre. con sisting of house, barn and very large garden. House contains eight rooms, all on first I Hmt fe.vinv w.lMhe4 - mwtn nl.ttmh. tuberculin teRted. One shoat. one I ing, and bouse nd barn are botb lighted FOR SALE Residence of the late Wheeler J. Bstrheldcr of Plainfield, property con sists of well kept nine-room house. 2V stories with good barn attached and nice garden in rear, pleasantly situated on slirbt elevation with fine view in all direc tions and away from all automobile dust independent spring of weter and spacious lawn, with grove of large maples : must be seen to be appreciated; M. . Batchelder. Plainfield. Vt. IsOtf FOR B ALE Seven-room cottage and garage at 88 Summer street, all modern improve ments : apply to O. K. Granger, IS Mer- chsnt street - tUTtf TO R 8 A LE The Fenwick place, one and a half mile fr-rni Barre post office. 42 acres land, keeps 19 cows and two hones, good vegetsble farm, good house and barns, best of spring water; price f 4.000, including some of the farming tooii ; T. H. Cave. Ad ministrator. Barre. 122tf FOR S ALE 8-room modernnouse oa MonV pelier road : pians, barn, henhouse. scree land: reasonable; also 2 -tenement house at 83 Merchant street and cottage house on Washington street; Mrs. H. B. Miles, tel. K17-X. 04tf "GREENLEIGH." 205 SMain street, for sale : the semj-bummlow residence of the lnte W. F. Milne, built within 8 years ; con tains 7 rooms, bathroom, hardwood finish and floors throughout, set tubs, cement cel lar floor and steam beat: henhouse and 2 ex tra kite go with the property s apple .reea. berry bushes, etc.. and garden in good rrm ditinn ; apply to Mrs. W. F. Milne, Ul 429."M. I7tf HELP WANTED MALE WANTED AT OfrCE- -First-class meat cut ter; Church St Hutchins, Bradford, Vt. i i65te WANTED A hired man for farm work on Pitkin farm; Mrs. C. H. Pitkin, Mont pelier Junction, phone 208-M. 164tf WANTED I havT"uUta- modern cutting shed at Milbank, S. D.. 14 miles from our old location at Ortonville, Minn.; We want two polishers, six cutters, three nuarrymen, one tool sharpener, union shop, prospects good .for steady work ; write or wire, RobertJHunter, Milbank, S. D. 164t WANTED Granite lettered two-man shop, best of working conditions and wages;, Eldora Granite Works, Eldora, Iowa. lMtf WANTED Man for general farm work"; apply to J. L. Buck, East Montpelier, telephone Montpelier888-W. 164U5 fcOUNG MAN with somemperienee in the clothing business wanted at the Union Clothing Co. of Barre, stead job for the right party. U8tf WANTED Men to drive teams; inquTreTof C. W. Clifford, D. M. Miles Coal Co., Smith street. Is3t8 WANTED Youror "man for Wrboywho does not have to go to school, good Job for right boy; apply at once to J. V. Rowen, Hotel Barry. 163t3 WANTED At Red Cross Pharmacy a young man to learn the drug business. 16Ztf Electrician v eneer mill, lumber woods, only good steady man need aply; Nelson & Hall Co., Montgomery Ctr., Vt. 161U0 I LETTER CUTTERS WANTED Two first class workmen, steady work and good pay. must be reliable men ; Pando Granite Co., Northfteld. Vt., phone 112-13. 150t8 WANTED Young man In store; apply by letter, stating age and experience, to "Store," care Times. 148tf WANTED Hripfor sawmll,, at once, good pay for right men; address C. H. Utley, Mamhfleld, Vt. 147tf WANTED Man to cut 100 cords of four foot wood, good chance, camp to stay In : R. J. Miller, Ricker Mills, Vt. 148tf FOR SALE FOR SALE One bl.ck " walnut sideboard! one oiacK walnut chamber suite, all mar-J "."i"! "no one u enwod range: Mrs IjlffjLAgjjgyHLMajn street. 158,3' FOR SALE Sweet "corn and green toma- 1?fa,""lsoii Ham, phone 4S9-J. 1MK FOR SALE A new biliiirrt to hii new pool tables, all of the Brunswick-Balk ina w.kl - " montn: inquire , atl 80S North Main street and telephone 309. - 184r I OR SALt--Bantams, SI per pair; Mar-i tone A. Thayer, R. J, Randolph Center.) . . Jtl2 ton SALE One of" thebet bus7nl propositiome in Vermont, good live town small capital .required; thi. will bt-r rH"Si X- Y" z" ca "f Bsrrt 4; 164tlJ S,iLE, ONCETTuklnanKin- and complete outfit, consisting of one bas mare, seven years old, sound and a gooc worker, weight 1500 pounds; one goodT ef fJVd,i hand-mad harness ; cm. good pair of sleds; piano moving out til llP.hhnL hin.. fn i0 hastness is reason for sell ing ; Albert E. Tacy, . 160 Smith Main St ?.,n t. 15811 F SALE Wine barrel, and kegs of "all -...w,, c, eany ; rrank Bailey, Barre. 151 WOODSMEN WANTED SAW YERS, TEAMSTERS AND ROAD MEN. WAGES $4.00 PER DAY. BOARD. $8.00 PER WEEK. YEAR AROUND JOB. GREEN MOUN TAIN LUMBER CO.. MIDDLE SEX, VERMONT. PHONE MONT PELIER 129-R. 147t2 REPORTER WANTED Young man of good presence, capable of writing correct Eng lish and willing to hustle can find steady employment and excellent prospects for ad vancement if proficient; experience destr able but not required; apply at The Times office. 144tf td A nnnnrt . 1 nnii i ,i. ArifcNTION For sale, th r.K ma, ocnoneid scent recipe for catehii ' "V",. mnd coon bave used thii -.-' v roxes in one year with ft will also' sell scent. k.i, L-.i .'. fJSgfJ tC- O. D., I al te.;rtng a baitma- traps ; write for prices or call at nd , . ru,i, wacerpury Center, Vt I F0RS5? Two Roun1 Oak stoves, cheap DiVES:A?D WEALTHY APPLES FOlB LCr.A the Shepard Farm. Ganitevtlle, mur t. imam, pnone 8-Z1. i$Q FOR SALE MTftycre farm, W. mil" irom city limits.' in extra high state ofi "''","" acres wood tend, cute 73 loads hay, 10 acres grain, on a good road, summer ana winter; s. Carleton, 21 High land avenue. UM fo.? SALE Ripe cucumbers, common khv P;' bushel; giant white, $1.80 pel ousnei ; Mitchell Farm, R. F. D. No. I, pnone g1 NEARLY NEW Kitchen Range, hot wa connections, IR-lnch ensilage cutter wit! Bi-iam earner as rood as new , mAA-mmm id, auus, vt 4g CLAPBOARDS Comolli A Co. FOR BALE All Sixes i 187tfl WANTED Experienced eand-bjust opera- tor; Marr & Gordon, Inc. 120tf WANTED At ONCE First-class brickiay era. $1.17V(j per hour: tenders 80c : 12 months' work : Louis A. Lafranee. Windsor. Vt ; apply to Mr. Goulet, Supt. 89tf WANTED Three f!rstljis letter cutters: one who can carve: also three wranite cutters ; best of wag : address C. Schlei- ters Pons. Freedom. Pa. 89tr tRAMSTER WANTED Also a few tens of hay for sale: sddIv to N. Merchant street M. Nelson. 20 Tltf Getting Settled for Winter. If thinking of msking a change, (t is new time to get located. Perhaps we eaa be of service to you in finding a home that will please. Below are a few which we consider good values. HILL STREET EXTENSION. House ef eiitht moms : large garden, hen house, sheds. etc. Now oreunied by two families and rented for $19.00 per month. Owner lives in another state and Instructs us to sell at $1S50, which is less than actual value. horse, .weifeht about 1 10 ftis., will work anywhere, sound and safe for women to drive; one colt, weight 1200 lbs., good worker. Farming Tools Two-horse lumber wacon with body and rack, is in No. I condition, heavy enough or any kind of business, Herring mowing machine, horse rake, drag rake, Oliver plow, cul tivator, shovel plow, Peering wheel har row, used only one season; two-horse sled, pnnjr, sleiifh, mud wgjjon, pair double work harnesses with collars, r.conomy rung separator, rapacity ow, in (rood condition, good as new; milk pails and cans, and a lot of small tools, iron kettle, sitting room heater. About 20 tons of hay, four or five tons straw, 2fW) buhel oats. This hay was cut early and is the very best hay for stock. Terms at time of sale. Friday, Sept. 17th, at one o'clock. M. D. WILLIAMS, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. by electricity. There is a splendid porch, and extra good cellar: a very desirable pron--rt at $2,700.00. The purchaser may feel he has made a good buy. SIX-ROOM HOUSE on Brooklyn street ex tension ; has modern plumbing, lir-hted by electricity, very large lot, affording fine garden: ben house: a very pleasantly situ ated borne and the price is reasonable. Only $1700.00. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED A housekeeper on a farm ; call or write Frank E. Durkee, R. D. 2, Ran dolph Center. 184t WANTED A girl or woman for general housework on a farm, one mil from the vlHare. no washing; Mrs. G. W. French. Bradford, Vt. 154t9 PROFESSIONAL CARD "Since taking Tanlae I am enjoyinf such fine health I cant tell I was ever troubled id any way ia mr life," said Michael J. McCoy, of 27 Carey- Lane, Portland, Maine. ify health broke down ghout a rear aeo, and ainca then I have hardly been able to stay at work, for I would hare to (rive up and lay off every week or two. I lost BIT aooetite. and DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER howlakd bldg, SURGEON 13ENTIST raoNB tuw FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE, VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment Mass., the flrst of last ling Spriapfield week. MUs Ethel Bohonon returned last weak to Wilder to resume her teach In' there for another rear. Mrs. O. A. rais spent a few dars last week at Lake More with her sie ter. Mr. and Mr. A. W. Blake were vis itom in Bs rr Saturday, Kra. F. M. Duttort and Mr and Mr. TW! Dutch of Xewtnn. Mass. were tb guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cole - recs-atly. Mies Dorothy Collin is attending the Tie infield h;?h eennl and Mtwaea Ruth and Dorothr JtedirT and Doro thea Cameron the Ctvt hiph .hrl thia year. Mrs. F- L. Spenrvr iite.l her sis ter, Mrs. Lynn Cfcadwk-k. in Randolph lat eek. Visa Kuth fvelnd from Conneeii mt Is the giiet of her cousin. Mifs Am Cameron. Osrern-e PitVin i tn St. .Thnsbury this wwek to play f'-r the fa-r. The Stindar arbof.1 f ws well at tended and proved a sii"v-a" in eery war. The wmjpg people pxne-1 theai aelvra e'ial to the or-aioa anl ear 'ied H ttrrvcgH in a erv satisfariix-r sranner. Owing to t Ke ra; Friday, tt was fceU mrr thrucb Saturday "aft snsevsj and eevritg. The net rece.fru iiwrnted tn 4i tVuhs Heiders e'arted lst el f"r Cal:fnm:a. trk.ng tie tr on ka ot.reyr4. Ha is eTaperil ly a friesl from CcaaeclsCBt, so nauseated I oouldnt eTeri ? to the table. Naturally, I commenced to lose) BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC "HTSICIAW BUANCHARD BLDG. Phones: Offtoa, -W ; Resideaee, tel-R. ia weight, and I gnt awful weak and REUABt- PIANOS P LAb MANOS. V J ... I VICTK" c.im'Tf irn-ni,"j rtrv my limbs and arms, and in my fingers Telephone 369-W, BarTC, Vt. ana toes, irunnjr the first pirt of the nipht I could never sleep a ' wink, and when I did finally drop off to sleep it waini hot three or fottrins until it was time to gyt np. All the time I had that tired out, good for-nothing feeling tha:tmake a fellow ready to give up. Ahoit two months sgo I started taking Tanlac and It hit the spot right ay, and in no time I was feelinf like a different man altogether. I am hun gry all the time invar and can eat any thing" set before ma ard dipet it as jrood as I ever mvi5d ia my Lfe. The cramps have left me entirely and my oenes are as strong as steel and I sleep Ike log erery BijAt. I have pained eleven pounds ia weiptt, am working lard e-rry day and lam feel Iur better sat strrmrw than I have ia years. I crrts nly can recommeud Tatla.- Taa.sc is mid in Barre Vy tie Earre Drag Ca, ia J-'nrikfteM ky Xat A. tekr, is Watertwjry ly Erieb a ft fiebii, aai ia TTeH1ervin iy E. H. eraej-y Air. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC HIYSICIAN Oflca in tUmrnm aa, Mtlea wwilsnaa T"rhot? C flu trt writs fmCK HCifRH; a.m te 1 m aM !- ass- MoridsT. Twesy. Taarsear ana Pneag HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. HOWLAND RtTILDINO Specializing in Extracting: and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis These llf-M " PERRY & NOONAN CNXXCPt-LED rryERAL rTRNlSHTNGS Hospital Ambalaace Bcrviee Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers tieavt Square, Barn Tat eonewtkm. 42S.W SEE US m OUR KEW LOCATION We are nee rrir to sens bnUi m4 ..a aew oexei-m wtth a bb re4e ef Jewelrr. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler t rLaf BTRS-TT OLE ACEJfT rom "BOSTON AMERICA- DR. A. II. SMITH Osteopathic Physician KEITH A-vxt-K OSVe Clse4 TmKSJS s4 Satnraars GAGE & GAGE CHIROPRACTORS nvm tHttr: -l a. m. emM Timfe awe Tbwreoara, 14 s .: Eeeainaa : ae B, exeatit Twasdas. Tbarsdars arte ftatw owa. MwttwlieT- Mnsntara. 'eslneaeaya. f rHtars. 1 s t: Taesiajs. Ikanaara. bmtmr eaya. l.t te 11. BARRE. VTRHONT r-SMe aaa-W 1 Men Mat Street Stock at Auction I have sold mr farm and roust give possession. ,so will sell at auction to the highest bidder on the premises in Williamstown, known a the Alhert Norris farm, about five miles front Williamstown, on MONDAY, SEPT. 20 At 1:00 P. M. the following described stock! 13 Mi cf Cattle Five oows, two now fresh, balance to ) freshen soon, jrrade Jersers. six three-1 year -01a neirers, one jersey can, regis tered Guernsey male calf, seven months old. from the I. W. Bates herd. Also 150 buehrlt cats, and about 30 tons of ha v. Terms at time of sah Mondav, Sept. 20h, at one o'clock. PERLEY FLETCHER, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. NEAR THE ABOVE wa have a ten-room house armna-ed for two families ; with very lanre basement barn ; fine ehanee to keep a lot of poultry and do rardeninr. Property is in good a-enerai condition and the ewner ellows us to offer it for $2,00.fl. Buy this, live in one tenement and rent the other, Lwated only a few rods to Straiten atnne- shed and near the new aafll. Better look It over. TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE with hern and a very lanre piece of land on Berlin street, heady the arsnite sheds. The owner is Icavintr the stats) and tells ne not to refuse any reasonshle offer. Better investis-ate. Good terms of payment may be had. SMALL VILLAGE FARM of 13 acres, wtth (rood oomfnrtahle house and bam; extra sord land suitably divided ,- some fruit and wond. Good water; land ia early and productive: fine ehanee for rnrdentnar and within three miles of Montpelier markets. Price is $2,000.06. Far immediate sale we will inrlude two purebred Jersey cowa, worth 300es. one heifer calf, (rood horse, aarriaee, slrirh, htmw, lumbeir wafftwt. separator, and if row will buy within twenty days, will put in 40 extra good pallets. ISSO.OO SECURES A HOt'SE, am and two seres of land in Williamstown. Chance to keep a lot of hens ; about M mile off main stale read. and only a few rods to school. I It si all ready for immediate oreiipsm-T. We are at rear service, whether la the market to buy or sell. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY WANTED AT ONCE Girl to work in bak ery store, good waa-ea. srood hours; apply at Pierce it Clark's. Montpelier. ISfltf WANTED A cr'irl for restaurant wOTkTBel timore Lunch. lOtf fTRL WANTED For ire nTi-a"l hmieework In a family of four; Mrs. H. P. Hinman. 168 Hill street, phone 7Sft-R. 149tf WANTED Girl or woman to do housework on farm, one who can ret meals and do some eookinv, wanes 110.00 week ; addresa "B.. cere Time oflVe. 146tf TABt F GIRL ANDKrrCHENGTR. WANTED At the Kelloe. 28 School street. Montpelier, phone S72-M. t44tf WANTED Two exrwi-need riirii erhool teachers ; address N. 1, Pstre, rike. N. H. 138US WANTED Two tearhera for district school': T. C. Royee. Northfleld, R. F. D. I, Vt. O ran or county telephone. , 136tf W NTlTI)3ijpiinulr"s snd ttendantat the Taimton State Hmnitsl. waoes SM ner month with maintenance: for Particu lars address Or. Arthur V. Goss, Supt. 24tf EFFICTENT COOK", waitresses and kitchen woman wanted at once at Miller's Inn. Montpelier. TStf PUPILS mrRPESWANTF.D--Vmin- wometi to train as nurses at Barre City Hospital. rterre. . iB'f FOR SALE InSWmnll.lt n4 .1. mn-.r.-.m.m- in aood yunnins. emu4tlnn nn.i4t. enri cubic feet, will sell reasonable if taken stj once; Koux Granite Co. 182tf rns o A r itt m : r. . 1 . 1 1 . :1 cnun n preparation lor eieaninc Rranite and marble monuments : bris-htenaj up the lettering; and makes the whole monu-j ment look clean and new : eiiaranteed : prices) on appiteation; James Sullivan, 114 Pari street, nsrre. vt 18' AUTOMOBILES LIGHT ROADSTER FOR SALE Or wilj trade for heavier ear; apply at 63 North Main street. J54t; OVERLAND RUNABOUT, model 797 tires, first class eondition, sell for f2S' eash ;H. L. Brown, Boltonvtlle, Vt. 158t4 FOR SALE Ford flve-paaaencer tourlnor cer. In iraod running condition; Inouirel at Palace Garaa-e. HOtf FOR 8ALaV19TB Ford truck In rood eonl dition, motor overhauled and newly painted, all over rood tires, one snare tire: rail at 435 North Main street. H. Boslev Psint Shoo, or phone 197-J. 144tf DODGE TRUCK FOR SALE Sereen bodv : fi reinless eonfitton. rood as new, 1919 model : run about 8.000 miles. Fisher Farm. Bethel. Vt ltf HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE One bay horse, nine veara old. kind and fearless, guaranteed to be nht: inquire of Gerald J. Mason, phone 392-21. Esst Montpelier road. ISStS FOR SALE One hone, nine yean old. 1100 lbs. : one horse, 14 years old. 960 Tbs both srood workers and drives, practically sound, will be sold ehet as I have no tse for them, or will sell choice of three t-aree- ycer-cld colts, well broken : 'o wie end brood sows ; A. L. LaFayette, Plainfield. Vt 164W FOR SALE Two plr of srood work hoes. weirfiinr about SOnO Ihs. a nafr. selltne VMoiisa T rmnnl ret heln ; W. E. Nichols Elmore street, phone S-M. lS'tf SIALE AND FEMALE HELP MN OR WOMAN-WANTED Salary U. full time. 6 or. aa hour spare time, sellinc aruaranteed hotserv to wearer. ExpeHenee nnnecewary. Guaranteed Mills, Norri- town. Ps. 't.I5 W NTED Party to run boardin- house: Maenetria Tale Co., Waterhery. Vt lS4t WANTED Man -and -a-lfe to work onT farm n-ar Barre. evervtniiur convenient; aanly to J. J. Dashner. Barre. ISStS HELP WANTED Tonne men and women ts take nosrttons as attendantv at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wa terburv ; to those who dseira. en emportonlty ofered tc attend cirwaa training- eoorse: apply at Hospital Waterbory. Vt ltf Ahem. 41 East street phone 148-W. TO" RENT- PIANO TUNING Twrs m.K 9 pnt TELEPHONE ynvr. FEWER Lea eebara at kaurit Miw Barre. Tel. M.v. FULL PROTECTION from loss by fire can only be obtained by basing the amount of insurance carried on the cost of replacement as it is to-day, and insurance which is below this standard will only pay part of the loss in event of fire. EVERYTHING INSUR. ABLE has increased in cost from fifty to three hundred per cent, and the price of labor has increased propor tionately. For full protection see J.W.DILLON Cstakasfced I sax. BOLSTER PLC k. BARRE. VERMOXT MISCELLANEOUS TO-WH6i'TTMAt c6NCERNWouM you plosse keep your hens and ehk-kews out of my garden and potato patch and try and love your eehbor as yourself; A. D. Morrison. Granhrville. Vt lMtJ CENF.RA L AND LONG "PISTANCTtRCC K INft Also equipped ta take parties; call "4-M Ktf DANCINI7- Private kwsosjs j la wet 1T1 Main auwet 114tf steps : pUetsed to see ail former pupils and pheae ISS-ii, ethers LOST AND FOUND LOST Some time aaxa, between Barre enS Mnnttvlirr, aa old auto tire (Slill eon taming Essnkay tire pUrr: reward if re rnrned to Time offiee. Barre. ISStl LOST Between Pbepard"s farmland "intor- eity park. Pennsylvania Cord Tire; finder please notify Joha f. Benjamin, phoeie 1-R. lltf HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Downstairs tenement if four all modem : inquire of Mm. Jas Mhtt Six-room eottaaw at 130 North Seminary etrvet : Inquire of Mrs. Mame rapin, 1 Parry street, phone 10. 15tf TO RENT Three, four and five-room tene ment-, hath, elect rtcity. good repair: lo an Ire of F. D. Perkier, Park street, ISStS TO RENT An up-etaim temement of four room with all modem eonvenienees : ap ply to Mrs. Fitsgerald, ISO Summer stmt. ISStf FOR RENT Furnhedhouse for the win ter, in good loratinn on ear line. ehiidiwa : answer By letter to Y., rmr of Times oene lot tfV RFNTS'ore on Peart street near Mala. in Berre. Vt. good lore 'Ion : apply to a. B. Carter. Mar, Bijou Thatre. Itfirf TO RENT Five-rwwa tenement with garden at M Elmwood avenue; apply at same ad- aotr t 1st foor. Tns YES, WE, ARE Doing a large business in our Auto Suplr Department AND WE ARE selling WagoM and Harness just the same as ever. Buggy Wagons and Harness Farm Wagons and Harness Vehicle & Supply Co. Colton's Placa. S4 State Street Montpelier. TCI BFVT a-rorsri t. Northern : all modern ; apgiy at 2U forts Main street Mtf TO RfeNf Tenement at 2 Merrhant street also 4 tenements aa Wdley street all ia ant-e1se shape: wmdei'S) Improvements : Cma W Mann. S4 Welltngton sttwH. l-'tf AGENTS WANTED A C EN Ti" "LA RiiE"sT AN t F ACTI RKR wants arente to sell boiery. underwear, shirts, dreuas. eeirw, wawia. shoas. etotnirr. etc : wnte for Ire ssTr-Me) ; Madsma Mills, ct R roadway. New York. MOTOR AMBULANCE RATES Cast F-arre. WgbstsTviIk asvi GtaB:tevi!V to Parr ... Ogaaur. WatliAoa tti Wuiiamatewa t Barrt La( daitaacw trip I'xies "" fW m'm , I SW-J -W" i UJin ii ii i jiiiii,- w-e Barre, Vermont 1 --'".V t!!,,...,'!-: .W . , a a -mXm . mr mmmJX tjm .fangi. r -v. JL J. WHITCOMB. Eat taXCPBONX 3-W 3 e d.TM v .- M i- l UVr-rV t , ' , Auction Sale THURSDAY; SEPT. 16 At to O'clock Saarp V.rr rv mi s-rjine. large monir.ted Snra jrram eraratr. ask M of fam.na wacvwi. IH a4 al ssoat arrthtvjt t.st j-otj givr saw ol4 sf aa (u :k.. at rrCX BE0TEERS ACCT10. two wn from Csr-4 '''.Us. Tbars dsv. Sjt. at 19 otkxk siarj. LIVE STOCK FOR S ALE FORSALE-RerUtered Jmer bull ea'f. nod Breeding, prtee right; Georre F. Chandler. Strafford. Vt 1SM4 FOR SALE Seven good cowa; M. 12. Towna. roone tl4-X. 1S4U FOR- RAVE-Resrwtewed Jerev boll. Fov's Beaver Laddie. No lor. fihermlia tested : fieorew H. Clark. R. F. D. 2. Barre. Vt. phon- :-? lMtf PICS A N D F H O A T8 FO R "ALE- Inquire of G. E. Nelson, tejer-bowe SS'T-u. Ult OR ft M E " IS erade Hoei'etn eowa. to freshen beforw Jan. 1st all yowng, itood eise and heat ef roadtrion ; 1ft two end j three-yea tod hetfers. bred to roeoe in in . fall end winter: IS yearlings, wood sire. I trnrir marked and sired by a ruihrM bwtl. r-ery aniwml is tnherralm tested. N. M BatrbeMer. riainf-eid. t ISSt 1 FOR SALE Three thoroorhhrM Howtein Be Comfortable and Save Fuel Even in the coldest winter weather with a good pipeless fur nace. Special Features of th pipe-less 'urnac that la suitable for our Vermont winters. 1. Large cold air apace between casing, at least 6Vi in. to 7 in. Z. All casings nest gaivanizea iron, with no asbestos linings to warp. 3. Large 13-inch to 14-inch double doors. 4. Large avah pit. 8. Fire pot large and heavy construction. . Removable water pan. 7. "Perfect" triangular clinker- elearing. air-circulating grats, mechanically perfect. This kind of a heater is designed for a cold country, where weather conditions are eitreme. We can furnish them now from stock installed and guaranteed sat isfactory. We furnish complete directions to customers who wish to sbt tmt price of installation. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Trier hone 149 Orange Co. Telephone POTATO DIGGERS New and eerond-hand Spade Diggers and Elevator Diggers. 11 to IMS. toaae and sea, MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tetepheoe 110 Orange Ca Telepeo WAITED WANTED Two hotL partly furnished rnoww. in reeitral location ; address Ale V. tWkief . i Perry street lMtf W A NTEr For ita keepac. aeaall. gevitJe horse that ehiklreo ran el'ie to araooi ; retereoews; sn!y to D. F. Monartg, Siage Roata. 'titif'4. Vt ltt.t MANANn sUt'fAXT TO RENT A mndvrn rMW tenement in Sd loea lion. October 1 ; seod replwe to "St. C" thn-e betfsFw. and a hall, dams arv j -- - Tir eroea. l Mif if.ne oows: H. M. Perrin. Praspert ti t j NTTD T RENT Small apartment foe paoae 41S-X. Urt,j t hwkepn. eetrl!y lorated. fur- 'FOR SAIJ-1w resrietered J,ne 'rows' nwwsd or .-farrhed . add.sw -p. A. M ." t some jaet fossh end nt o to ffwhea i P. O rVoa 4. mwrm. Vt It' Ir-nm now on. v-md 4-i and toata : font ; w- s.VTTr - Position in "etora or garage br ln.l froea f -e rrnth to l wvw.tw, St V a-w IS ywrs oU . aodrass ' Bag." rare head any tier;: federal er?:(e-t t--e n I 1,9mm o 1H1 com ana see Sens ,- K. K. Hm. j .- rkJll-i"iT"riT. e. fahet Vt FOR M T T" m m hym I a-1-rg eou er.t he r!o"ei sod Jt iit:r tyrmm yeHtr,r. 4 4 yv o'd. ee yir mtA. wwe to e-v- rows V. tow. a " 1mmm ,e Coli-a. M,-mmm" Vt naaa. ra He" WANTED TO BUY 1, i iiisn or charge mt eatxia taewtrsrM -Taraa Fa a." Tnsi eeW. St A VTTO Km oM vrood f ra my ara-XM-n. I sne aw ready to want mr aaaa. rarrages aad ee-gis, aaa rri er aag Utor. twiwurg ; H- BosVr. U Nerta Mat tvyrt. Iwf SV AKTED I. ;' wrth rer-." ess3- ree O-etsBaast; iV a C, ttwwa a P Wsaacy,