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THE T BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, OCTOBER!, 1920 'ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Section. George Bonnor of Morrisvills pinked a bouquet of Canada violets Sept. 25. To-day C. F. Randall entered upon his thirtieth year as proprietor of The Randall at Morrisville. Burlington is going bark to standard time next Sunday morning, after be ing on the daylight saving system since May 2. Ben ona Harrington and son, Robert, picked a quart of wild raspberries Sun day in Green Mountain valley, near ShafUbury. William Wallace of Middletown Springs, a patient who escaped from the Brattleboro retreat last Thursday and had been at large since, was re turned to the institution Tuesday eve ning. The Rutland teacher training class it the largest in the state, with 24 students, and it is expected an as- sistant teacher will be assigned to the staff, the work having assumed such proportions that it is difficult for one instructor to handle it. The town of Andover is to enter upon a community church enterprise, there being one Baptist ana one jueui odist church, and the work being in charge of Elmer H. Stevens, formerly a pastor of a strong Baptist church in Sioux City, la,, but now a farmer in Andover. Henry Goss, a 60-year-old Coventry man, was badly injured Saturday night while driving towards Newport when a high-powered automobile came up behind and ran into the team, break ing a wheel to the wagon and throw ing Mr. Goss to ' the ground. One shoulder was dislocated. The auto mobile did not decrease its speed and the number of the car was not ascer tained. An overturned lamp and he result ing explosion caused the destruction of sll the farm buildings on the William Oaefka place in Shaftsbury Valley Sept. 25. The family barely escaped with their lives, one girl being badly burned and having to be taken from the burning house through a window. Horsps, stock, farm implements and a quantity of threshed oats were saved. Mr. Oaefka was in Xew York for treatment at .the time of the fire. . Mr. and Mrs. John R. Burton of Bennington observed the fiOth anniver sary of their marriage Wednesday at the home of their daughter in Shenec tady, X. Y. Eight years previous to his marriage he became a printer's ap prentice in the office of the Benning ton Banner and on the 50th anniver sary of his beginning the printing busi ness, June 1, 1912, he was employed in the same office as make-up man. In the meantime,, though, Iip was em ployed in other offices, but was con tinuously employed on The Banner for 16 years. The Vermont float, which represented the Rebekali assemblage at the grand encampment held in Boston this week, was constructed in Bellows Falls last week under the direction of Mrs. Alex Duncan of Barre and Mrs. W. T. Haigh of Brattleboro. The sections were shipped by auto truck to Boston Tues day. For decorations ten thousand roses were used, five thousand being made by the Harre lodge, two thousand five hundred by the members at Brat tleboro and the remainder by the Bel lows Falls lodge. A large amount of asparagus ferns was used with these. On the float was presented the tab leau, "Gates Ajar." The angel was Mrs. Hosea L. Wheeler of Bellows Falls and Rebekah was impersonated by a member of the Brattleboro lodge. EAST CORINTH Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Simpson and Mrs. M. A. Miller of White River Junction were in town a few hours on Sunday. Mrs. B. C. Ahbott, who has been with her son in Waterbury since her re turn from the. hospital at Hanover, is at home now. She is feeling very well, but not strong yet, but is on hand to receive any contributions to the fancy work booth at the W. M. U. fair, Oct. 20. Saturday evsni ng, Sept. 25, a host of friends of C X. Thompson gave him a surprise party and those who were there said they had a fine time and got kome before Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ilijlis of North Mont pelier and Dr. and Mrs. Dow were week-end visitors at A. C. Jackman. Mine James and Miss Ellen Thomp son left Monjay evening for the wom an's board meeting at Bennington. Lelsnd Everett and wife and Mrs. Susan Butterfield, who have been spending several weeks In Chieopee, have returned. B. T. Holland is improving his build ing by a metal roof and a new window in the roof. The state fsir has had quite a draw ing effect on the inhabitants of Kat Corinth this week. The children of the Home Project club sent a barrel of canned fruit and vegetables, sugar, syrup and vegetables. We hope they will have as good luck in rapturing prizes a they did last year. Rev. B. M. Smith occupied the pul pit arsin last Sundav. He is an ex cellent speaker. Rev. E. P. Cutler is etpected to be home fr next Sun da t. MIDDLESEX As ob'ect tory for the children, en titled. "The Bit' Who Ran Away." m ill be included in next Sunday afternoon's service. In the Sunday school sew ion the pastor will be ready to meet a few roBng men to start a young men's dis ni inn class. Senile commence at 1:4V Sunday nhool immed-ately after. Success f a Medicine. All 1;rp succeed iihkh f.ll a real ned; that a drtr is kept bur day s-d n cM prove hi ability and skill: that Lydia F.. Pifikbam's Vegetable rercpWM sold in enormous qtan ;ie in almost every o'y. tn and rstnVt i A?nri. mad in frre:gc T'uslre, a well proie i't rrent. and wor&en nra foand W who t'.l r-f 'fceal'h restored by ' ' Of (HOW wiu iroosrl 1 wtlQWltiJOHlS IN, I (S CARP. CepyrlS" In Hay Fever Time. "The sound of the trumpet is scar let." sings fi poet. Not the nasal trumpet, that's blew. Boston Tran script. MANCHESTER MAN NOWJEELS FINE Payant Feared He Would Have to Quit Work Altogether Before He Got Tanlac. "Jly first Dotlie oi tamax unpu j me so much that I just kept on taking it until I'm now a well man," said Jean Payant, of 15 Marion street,! . ... r t. l . 1. -1 , Manchester, X.. H. I Before I got Tanlac," he said, I ,.evn-A tnr f-n rri from a bad case of stomach trouble, and kept getting; worse all the time until finally I could scarcely eat even the lightest kind of food. Everything I ate caused a de pressed feeling in the pit of my stom ach, and I suffered terribly from gas which crowded up into my chest, al most cutting off my breath. I had suoh severe attacks of dizziness that I could see nothing in front of me, and atj times became so weak I couldn t stand up. My nerves were so upset I would jump at the least little noise and my sleep was very restless. Noth ing helped me, and my condition be came so bad I began to worry for fear I would have to give up my work al together. "After reading where some of my friends had been helped by Tanlac I made uo mv mind to try it, and I got got bo much relief from the very first bottle that I lost no time in getting another. I have taken four bottles now and it has done me so much good that I iuat cant say enough for it. My appetite is o splendid that I eat three b'ur hearty meals each day and thoroughly enjoy every bite. Every thing agrees with me perfectly, too, for I'm never bothered with that de pressed feeling, bloating, shortness of breath or any other form of indiges tion. My nerves are quiet, my aleep is refreshing and I enjoy my work more than ever now and never feel tired out. Why, Tanlac has helped me un til I feel better In every way than I ever have In my life. I hope other suffering people will benefit by my ex perience." Tanlac is sold in Barre by the Barrt Drug Co., in Xorthfield by Nat A. Wheeler, in Waterbury by Brisbin 4. Brisbin, n Websterville by E. H. Ner- nev. in East Barre by Frank Roark, in South Woodbury by Effie Hopston, in Waitsfield by C. W. Long. Adv. GREAT FOR ECZEMA AND OLD SORES I durante My Ointment, Saya Peter son Every hex of It. If are nwponnihle 'or th r.aJ'h f ynar family." ear. Pi-tereon, of Buffalo. I Mtit rw ' larwe cent bnx ot re Remember. I Uml M of rr -" Kwit drnewiat rwarame to refund the frrhae am if Peteraoo'e Ointment otwa t do all I rlarm. "J guarantee H tnr eeseana. oM aoesa. rnn nin eor. aalt rfceom. Wr., rm nip r.lr. "' itin in". d -. Win. alexin and Hrhm pilea ae well a fw rharie. burns. aeaJda. eota. brvtMa and aanhurn. tad Id runnier aoree eo. mr w lor U rr, waa im three different bnrx'ia. Ampotaticm wee neH. Satn wrafuna VM irw. t wne ewrrd nr taainr Veroe. a n.ntmi.f- Mr.. F. E. fUt. "''r''r3 6,,,. p.ffaio. I. T. Maol orHem eilH V.T trtrrmna Ointment Co.. Ine ButTalo. N. Y. Ad. CCKMIJIGS It LEWIS, DmaMtj 1 .i j rr-rr!,lt.,1t..i.,.. I John B. Thrift, To Save the Furniture. "Jack Huggins wa mora than half an hour trving to persuade me to name the day." " "Did you give way?" "Yes. T afraid the chair would if I didn't. Boston Transcript. A Step Order Life insurance is a step order. It prevents overwhelming loss occasioned by death. It prevents your life plans from being stopped. 7lst year. Na tional Life Ins. Co., Vt. (Mutual), S. S. Ballard, general Agent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt. E HAVE THE GOODS TIS NOT DENIED FROM PLUG TO TIRES WE ARE. SUPPLIED WE ARE RELIABLE and the auto merchandise we supply you with is depend able. Our rep- utation is your protection. The truth of these . statements is attested by Mr. Dollar Bill, the auto expert, who knows how to get th. beat run for his money. Read his talks from week to week. The Shop That Give Yoor Dollar a Long Ride. J. J. HASTINGS' VULCANIZING SHOP 37t North Main Street HEAVY COATS We have just received a line of Sheepskin lined Coats. Come in and look them over. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Marshfield, Vermont. PROFESSIONAL CARD "DRTEDWIN f. howlandbldg. SURGEON FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CirRRIER BUILDING. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS VCHWU T kECORDS. PHEET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt. DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC THTSICIAN BLANCHARD BLDG. Phenea: Omt. TSS-W : Rilefwe. TSI-R. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC THYSICIAN 0ro tn Bnm St, '! Pnil4i TeWhone l'mwt DR. A. H. SMITH Osteopathic Fhj-sician IS KEITH AV-CXl pV CV-1 fmmn d Faturdara 1I0T0R AMBULANCE RATES East Parte. Webten t"e and GianiteTiIle to Parr 30 Oranfe. Wah:rgtrn and Vi.anlow- to Barre 7.00 Leaf d Jtanre tripa 53e pn aaOa H. J. WHITCOMR. Tat Carre, Vermont Sr. When Tired Do not affect the heart nor onset She etoauwli Send 2 -cent at.mp for free sample bottl-a. K. A. HUGHES CO- Boston 19, Mws. ESTATE OP F. NATALIE VANETTI Bute of Vermont. District el Washinrteei, ea. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persona interested in the estate of F. Natalie Vanetti, late e City nt Barre, in said district, deceased. GREETfNG : WHEREAS, said court has aasiened the ZSth day of October next for exenjining and allowing the account of the administratrix with will annexed of the estate of said de ceased and for a decree of the residue oi eaid estate to the lawful claimants vf the same, and ordered that public notice thereof he given to all persona interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks sur craeively previous to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at City of Hurre, in said distort. THERKFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpfllee, in asid district, on the day asslnrn.-d. then and there to content the allowance of said account if you see cause, and So establish your right aa heirs, legatee and lawful claimant to aald residue. Given under my hand, this loth day of September, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judi Oetl-8-lS Stock at Auction As I have removed from the eity and have no time or help to rare for my cows will sell same at auction on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 At 1:30 O'clock in the Afternoon on the premises of .tohn F. Benjamin, on the ear line between Barre and Montpelier, near Kmslie's greenhouse, consisting of 17 Coiss Grade Holsteins, some now fresh, balance to freshen within the next month or sit weeks, subjeeu to tuberculin test, an extra nice lot which I have taken preat tare to get together. Also one horse, weight 12tM) lbs., a good worker, sound and all right. Terms at time of sale. Remember the place, the John F. Benjamin prop erty on the car line, Saturday, Oct. 2d, at 1 :30 o'clock. S. D. SIBLEY, Owner. D. A PERRY, Auctioneer. iieininger DENTIST THOKE a-W HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Tonne -M PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital AaouHtoea fik Undertakers and Licensed EmbaJmers DetM Square. Barre Tel. enaaartion, 42t-W SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION We are tmw ready to aeree both old and new ruatowien with a btrk (rade of Jewrlrr. Reralr work rvamnteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 24 RLM FT F FIT POLE AGENT FOR BOSTON AMERICAN GAGE & GAGE CHIROPRACTORS Ht- Dily: -IS a. m. eent TwHae and Tfcrtar. 7-S m. : Eiwnina-a: a JO ! to exrft Tow4ay. Thorvoaya and Fatur ! Haya. Moorlr- Mnnojiyn. Warfneotay. I rvir. I HI: Tueadaya. Tamndaya. 8atur daya. 10:f( to 12- FARRE. VERMONT rhone SJ-W ! North Mam Vtreet PIANO TUNING FOX TELtrHONE 2TS-R. JiVT- FFXrtR Loae crre at PaU-ya Mtatie ESTATE Of RAT L. PUFFER. State of Vermont, District of Washington, sa. The honorable prohate conn lor tne oi- . : .. i A t .11 IntMMtMi 111 tricb iti.i .Bain, ... . , --. .1 - !. T . P,iff.i lnt of f ltV of Barre, In said district, deceased, GREET- imi: WHEREAS, said court ha assumed the allowing the account of the administratrix of tha estate oi saia oeccaeeu ana iur decree of the residue oi saia esiaee 10 i I -1 .' .... , Y. anrl MnlMWA mWlUl 1 I1LIIHMIB if u,c vaui.E, ' ' " that public notice thereof be aiven to ail per. sons Interested 1n said estate by publishing1 this order three weeks succwsively prevloua to the day assigned, in tha Barra Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are herehy notmeo in appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day aaaitrned. tl tn J . , . , . U i. U 1 nil. nr. rt anid II., .1 1 o i v m iwinoi. -1 - - " sccount if you see eauae, and to establish your nam as neira. legaiees ana claimants to said residue. Rlvm under mv hand, this 23d day of Sep tember, 1920. FRANK J. MAKTIW, judjte. Sspt240ctl-S ESTATE OF MARY U PUFFER State of Vermont. District of Waahinrton, ss. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested in the estate of Mary L. Puffer, late of City of Barre. in said district, deceased, Olttti ING: WHERE A 5?. said court has mssitrned the 18th day of October next for examining- and allowimr the account of the administratrix of the estate of said deceased and for a decree ot the residue of said estate to the law. ful claimants of the same and ordered that public notice thereof be given to el persona interested in said estatfc by publishing this order, three weeks succeesivelv previous to the day assiimed in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, In said district. THERETORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, ton the day aesianed. then and there to contest the allowance of said ac count If you see cause, and to establish your right aa heirs, leg tecs and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 23d day of Sep tember, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Sept240ctl-8 Real Estate, Registered and Grade Stock, Tools and Machinery at AUCTION on Monday, October 4th, At 10 O'clock On account of ill health, which forces me to give up farming, will sell the following described property at auction on Monday, Oct. 4th. on the premises located one-half mile from West Brook field and one and one-half miles from East Braintree: The Home Farm containing IB,') acres of land, suitably divided into tillage, pasture and wood l.md; farm will carry 30 head of cattle and four horses; in equipped with B. I.. K. milking machine and engine, prac tically new ; full equipment for sugar bush, including evaporator, tubs, stor- i age tank, gathering tanks, etc. Build- ings very good. 32 Head of Tuberculin Tested Cattle of which 20 head are registered Hol steins; excellent breeding, a splendid lot, ail young and in good order, 12 grades, mostly due to frei-hen in fall and early winter; pair horses, seven and eight years old, weight about 2000 lb.; one five-year-old mare, weight 1100 lbs.; yearling colt, a dandy; three sheep; five shoats. Machinery and Tools Climax ensilage cutter and blower, manure spreader, two sets traverse sleds with brakes, heavy two-horse Flint wagon with wood and hay rack, one-horse Milburn wagon, dump cart, land roll, 8 h. p. gas engine, grain separator, circular saw, cream separa tor, dog power, grist gTinder, two mowing machine, horse rake, two spring tooth harrows, two corn plant ers, two plowa, two cultivator, atone boat, two-seat express wagon, three buggies, two-seat traverse sleigh, slrigb, set blacksmith tools, carpenter's tools, two incubators. Cypress brooder, five work harnemcs. three breaat plate harnesses, pair driving harnesses, 20 milk cane, caldron kettle, chains, grind stone, iron bars and all small tools. Aleo quantity of household furniture. Terms at" time of sale. Lunch at noon. Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock Monday, Oc t. 4th. WALLACE C. BLANCHARD, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. Auction The household goods, fanning im plements, horse, harnesses, wagon and other articles too numerous to mention, belonging to Chester V. BatcheMer, will be xold at pubic aiK-ton on the Batchclder farm at Kant Montpeler, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 at 1:00 P. M. PETER M. GOOD. Guardian THIS pas enpine cyl inder is pretty badly cracked, but I guess it will look and work all right after I have got in my fine work welding it. Wonderful how much money and time is saved by our welding. If your engine cylinders have de fects, we will make them right A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main SI. Harre. Vt. Sae ft LLL Three Lines for 25c The Timea will publish Wanta, Loat snd Found, For Sale, to Let, etcanal adver tiaementa at the rate of three Hn lor twenty-live rente for the flrat lnaerUon and ten eenta for ear subsequent lnaerUon. FARMS FOR SALE 175 Acres, $3,000, With Horses, Cows, Tools, Feed Machine-worked fleWa cut B0 ton hay: 20-row . 8prinK-watrel pasture, estimated 1G00 corda wood worth $10 to $12 cord in nearby market; 100.000 fL timber,; 100 ap ple team, aUo pears, plums, J00 suKar trees ; only 2 miles town ; 7-mom hmise, run ninir water, bi piasia, telephone, maple shade; 74-ft. barn, other buildings ; person al reasons forre sale and quick buyer seta 2 hure, t cows, nwhinery, tools, quanti ty potatoes, beans, oata, 6 cords firewood : only $3,000, easy terms. DeUila thia and near-city farm only $600 caah required, pace 3 Strout'a Bir New Illustrated Catalog Farm Bartrains S3 States. Jul out. Co.y Inf. STROUT FARM AGENCY. $64 B. 8.. Old South Bldg-., Boeton. FOR SA LK - My farm, situated IV miles from Williamstown villace, consisting of 120 acres, also rtock and tools; might take a house in villaKe in part payment; for par ticulars inquire or call on M. R. Benevides, Williarostown. N. E. phone 894-2. alo F" pl' phone. FARM FOR SALE Extra good bulldngs, will keep 2S cows and team, 185 acres, near school, on a good road, four miles to village; price $6,750 includes 10 cows, Pir horses, tools and one-half the crops; will sell on reasonable terms or will exchansre for city property; John F. Benjamin, Barre, phone 10S-R. 1? HOUSES FOR SALE FOtt-SALE Proiwt on Winoonkl atreet consisting of large frame building, con taining three tenements, steam boiler and engine, room for manufacturing purposes : outbuildings and 144 sq. rods of land ; price right for quick sale; apply to E. E. Grant. Waterbury, Vt J 3t' FOR SALE Fourvroom tenement one-half mile from Granitevlle; fine location, easy terms; apply to Emily King, Graniteville, Vt. l5t FORnsXLEThe-Fenwick place, one and a half mile from Barre post office. 42 acres land, keeps 10 cows and two horses, good vegetable farm, good house and barns, best of spring water; price $4,006, Including some of the farming tool ; T. H. Cave, Ad ministrator. Barre. 122tf FOR SALEi-room modern house en Monw pelier road; piazza, barn, henhouse, t arras land, reaaonsble; also 2 -tenement house nt 81 Merchant street and eottege house on Washington street; Mrs. U. 8. Miles, tel. X17-X. 04tf IF ITS A FARM WE HAVE IT Real Money Makers! The kind that produce well and ran be rsrried on with a small amount of help. NO. 1460. In East Montpelier one-half mile or from the village. We can show you a beauty with fields almost perfectly level and free from stone; nearly 30 acres in one, and about ten acres in anothe, makine forty acres in tillage which wll do you fT'od to look at. Plcaity of wood for the farm and a good pasture. Owner usually car ries 20 htad r-f stock ; good ten-room house and two good barns adjoining. A fine home and only about fifteen minutea from Barre by automobile, one-half mile from cream ery and about two and one-half milea- to two more - good creameries ; being so near Barre one can sell whole milk if he pre fers. Will be pleased to sell with 12 head of stock, good team, eight or nine hogs, a good set of tools, and crops, all ready for you. Nearly $3,000 worth of personal prop-. . .- II . 1 1 mm CM AA T -t4 on state road and practically a village farm. No. 144$. AH equipped for only $3,700.00: 11 cows, bull. 3 large calves, 4 small calves, 2 shoata. a fine team worth $600.00; farm machinery indnding nsanuna spreader, si lage cutter, sulky plow, engine, etc., about 40 tons of hay, silage, grain, potatoes, ete, There ace' 100 acres in thia farm and the fields lay aaoexiaJly well ; extra good soil : 100 cords of pulp wood and a good sugar place of 200 maples, partly equipped. Mod ern barn with high drive; two good stables for 26 head : comfortable house of eight rcorae. Thia la located about one and one half milea from a good town, creamery, arte., and is a real trad. Must be seen to be appreciated. lk?A 1 J t" ax iui. and An.Ka!f mila' frem East Barre for only $1,200.00 . L. - MH,nt nf CAti nA fVtwn - A(tf! Imnd and comfortable house and barn. At the price, it is hard to equal thia. 2S-ACRE PLACE IN WILLIAMSTOWN VILLAGE. Good house and barn and the land is rarly and productive; will keep five cows and horse. A chance to keep a large lot of poultry. Prve $3,000.00. PLAINFIELD VILLAGE PROPERTY Con. sista of a good two-story house and barn, also three or four tenement ; fine location. Good chance for one to occupy part of toe main house, and have a good income from the balance of the property, aa it must be sold to sell estate. EASTERN AVENUE HOUSE AND GAR AGEA nice reaidence of eight rooms and splendid lot: location aa good as ran be found and the price is right, only $3,700. L'litc Dnnu uniTSK WASHTNr.TnV STREET. This fine house and atable can be Ol'UKIll i ' " ' ' ' -' ' House has a'll hardoood floors : heated, lisrhta itc. A nne sneaiion ior a aorior. i rice (4. $00. MERCHANT STREET HOUSE. Eleven rooms ; only a few rods from Maia street. A good home and fine location for renting rooms. Would also lie oesiranie ror oi- ficea or but mem purposes. $S,0o0.00 ee rurw it. The land alone otjrht to bring thw amount. There is a good garage.. We urge a quick decision on tbese proper ties aa they wM! undoubtedly be sold at once. ro troueie 10 snow mem. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY LOST AND FOUND CAME TO MY BARN SEPT. 29 One light brown horse with some gray around bead, with halter on ; owner ran havn same by paying charges. D. A. Mary, Northfirid. Vt.. No. 1 Kimball avenue. '"i1 LOST. SEPT. IS, ABOUT T. M. tietmen North Hyde Park and Morrvville. Vt. on tha main road, an army knapsack containing per. aonal belongings and aevernl leather-hound engineer's note books. Finder plew" re turr i to or notify Walker Walker. F.ngrs., 101 Ktate Str-et, Montpelier, Vu I70U LOST - Near East Orange, female Mark and white rabbit bound : owner's name on col lar : finder pi see notify Frank Cemolli, 4S North Main etree. I7 FOUND A rheatnut snare came So any preen lees a few dare ago : owner ran have aa le by proving i pe ty and paying charges: C. Lamen, Berkley hill. trt. $07-4 " !7t$ LOPTA eH .f fehe te th ; finder pleaoe rw -turn to No. 40 Kcutb Main street. ISStf ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS I uetV cutit s cxo i HELP WANTED M-ALE I WANtED-::lan to work in livery stable and run Ford car ; apply to John Papin at J'apinsjiveix 16et3 WA NTED Bellmen, Waterbury Inn, Wat-J , erbury, Vt. l6tf WANTED-Man for general farm work: Waterbury Inn, Waterbury, Vt. 166tf WANTEIWA board sawyer, steady work and; good pay the year round: The Williams- town Co., Williamstown, Vt. 161tl2 MAN"" WANTED To cut and skid logs by ) thousand ; good chance and good place to stay near job; apply to R. J. Miller, Ricker Mills, Vt. 148tf j WANTED An experienced man to work in livery stable; Cutler Bros., rear Hotel' Barre. I59tf WANTED A hired man for farm work on Pitkin farm; Mrs. C. H. Pitkin, Mont pelier Junction, phone 20S-M. I54tf WANTED Young man In store": apply by letter, stating age and experience, to "Store." care T ims. WOODSMEN WANTED SAW YERS, TEAMSTERS AND ROAD MEN. WAGES $4.00 PER DAY. BOARD, $.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 steany emnlovment and excellent rjrnaneets for ad vancement if proficient; experience desir able but not required ; apply at The Timea office. 144tf WANTED Experienced Band-blast tor; Marr & Gordon, Inc. opera- 120tf WANTEri AT OntrlK Pi'rat-laaa bricklay ers. II.17V, per hour: tenders SOc : 12 months" work"; Louis A. Lafranoe, Windsor. Vt: anrly to Mr. OouJet. Supt.. 9tf TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few tons of hay for sale; apply to N. M. Nelson. ZO Merchant street. H" HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTErCapable-prirj"or woman for gen era! housework ; (rood wages, references re quired : apply to Mrs. J. T. Smith, Water bury. Vt. 169t3 WANTED Housekeeper about $5, adminis tration building, school for boys, good salary ; Supt. Training School, Lawrence, Mass. 161t6 WANTED Good capable girl for general housework : inouira of Mrs. R. O. Mc Donnell, 41 Perry Street, phone 10. 166tf WANTED Housekeeper on farm by widow. er with son 14 years old ; middle age wom an preferred : communicate with Randei J Davis. Corinth. Vt. 167t3 WANTED An experienced msid for gen eral housework ; applr to Mrs. I . A Dwinell, 27 School street, Monlpelier, phone 181-M. isetx WANTED A girl to help in the kitchen; apply Jack a Restaurant, phone ols-M. 16Stf WANTED A young lady to work at Red Cms Pharmacy. 15Jtf WANTED A girl for restaurant w'ark : Bal timore Lunch. 149tf WANTED Pupil nurses and attendant at the Taunton State Hospital, wages $415 00 per month with maintenance : for parucu !ar address Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt. 2S4tf EFFICIENT COOK, waitresses and Vitrber,, woman wanted at once at Millera Inn. Montpelier. 75f PUPII.S Nt -RSES "WA NTED Ymine wcwieii to train as nurses at Barre City H capital. Barre. IBtf MALE AND FEMALE HELP HELP WANTED Young men and women to take ponitlnne as attendants at tha Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wa terbury ; to those who dseire. an opportunity offered to attend nurses' -training course; apply at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt. 19tf HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Four-room upstairs tenement at 77 Merchant atreet; call Mrs. Nelson. SO Wrashington atreet. . U7tf TO RENT -A ' aix-room modern tenement : call O. D. Shurtleff, 329 North Main St 1Mtf FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Private residence. In choice locality, positively no light housekeeping or children, might fur nieh board to th rirht parte : addreaa. with rrferenco.JN.," Timea office. lS4tf fO RFNT Store on Pearl street, near Maiiv in Berre. Vt, good location : apply to A. B. Carter. Mgr., Bijou Theatre. 14tf TO RENT Five -room tenement with garden at $4 Elm wood avenue; apply at same ad dress. 0tf TO RENT S-roc tenement, 1st floor. The Northern : all modern ; apply at $20 North Main street- 4tf TO RENT Tenement at S2 Merchant street, also 4 tenements on Willey street, all In first-clsss shape ' tnodern Impro ensenta Geo. W. Mann. $4 Wellington street. $2tf WANTED WANTED Tenement of five of six roornc. with modern conveniences, in desirable lo cation ; reply to ' C. D. E." cans Times of fice. issta WANTED Four or five-room tenement; rood locality ; address "C," care Times of- fire. I IMtf WANTED Five or six room tenement: good location with barn privilege; reply to "A. B. C." care Timea Office. l7t4 WANTED To rent a farm to keep from-8 cows up: any location; write to "Farm" care Time. j 167t6 WANTED Young man denims to make the acquaintance of a local man who playe chess well. Send answers to "Chess," care Timea. l8t3 WANTED French lady desires pupils for rrivate French lessons : apply by letter to "A. M," Post Office. General De4fvei-. Parre. ISSta W ANTED Two er three rooms suitable for light housekeeping : man. wife and bo v : centre. I location; send replies to J. A. C. F." care Timet. ISStS WANTED A two or three horsepower meter: J. O. Bilndeau Co.. Inc. ISMS MISCELLANEOUS GENERALNDnNlTpisf TNG Also equipped to take psrties; rail 0-M. l8tf DANCING Private Sworn- latest new steps ; pleased So see all former pupils and ethers: phone JSS-H. 172 Main street ll4tf WANTED By elderjy lady: position aa ricwekeeper In small family : state ware la first letter; Mrs. 1. C. Robb, Barre. Vt lSSC LIVE J5TOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE Five weeks old pin; rent-red Holatnn-Frirsian bull, two years old. from, and In herd found free frr n tuber culosis. A. W. Hersey. R. D. 1, Willlame tnwn, Vt UTtttS AGENTS WANTED AGENTS'" WANTED- $S to' $ 10dai1yJlimr New Fibre Brooms : every woman will buy: sample b osfel pewt, "0 o its : Wynne Broora Co.. Elmira. N. Y. 1SSU FULL PROTECTION from loss by fire can only be obtained by basing the amount of insurance carried on the cost of replacement as it is to-day, and insurance which is below this standard will only ra' Part f tne '0M in event of fire. EVERYTHING INSUR ABLE ha? 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 tstabttabea I SSI. BOLSTER ELOCK. BARRE. VERMONT FOR SALE FOR SALE New Gleenwood gaa range, medium type, compact and serviceable: low figure if taken now; apply "Glen. wood Times office ISStS FOR SALE Extra bargain, before October 12th, at barn of A. H. Christian, about 1 Ml miles from Waits River, 15 tons extra quality hay, $ tons straw, about 0 to 8R ?uhel Ptto : cash transaction. 168tlO F(F SALE-Parlor wood heater; applyto . Mrs. Laac,118 Seminary street. 168t3 FOR SALE Buffet, sewing machine, two rockers, four kitchen chairs, kitchen uten sils, etc, Dunbar. 189 Washington street. l7t3 FOR SALE Complete furnishinga for bed room, in elegant black walnut, 10 pieces including nice mattress and spring; also plush covered lounger, : all in fine condition and a bargain; can be seen at the Colton ""? .. i Sttejtreet, Montpelier. l8tt ,i'9RxiSALE'An A- J- Jaekaon piano, very little used, looks like new, price $260 for quick sale ; E. E. Grant, Winooski street. W,t5rh',ry' .Vt 166tf FOR SALE GreenMountairn, Delaware and Roxbury potatoes ; will deliver to any part of the city; write or telephone Raymond Diemer, R. F. D. No. 2, Barre; Tel 489-W. isstr SQUASH r- SQUASH SQUASH -- I have some more of those nice Hubbard squash for sale at 2c per pound; also I have Uble beeta at $1.00 per bushel and ear rota at $1.00 per bushel: also nice cab bage a t $1.25 per dozen and some more of those nice mangles to feed your hens to make them lay thia winter at 60c per bushel; thia garden truck is not deliv ered, so bring your sacks and call any time at Geo. T. Durkees. The Chair Re pairer, 12 Orchard street, 'phone 429-Y. , l8tf FOR SALE One 7 h. p. Stover gas engine on trucks, in good order; a good trade if taken at once : also hay on the Charles Wheeler place in South Duxbury ; write 98 East street, Barre, or phone J. N. MrLel- !,n-i!3:J; lsjta FOR Sale One safe, one roll top desk. ahafting and pulleys; phone 283-W, C. C. TaftontpcMcr. Vt. 163U2 FOR SALE Rid-O-Skid tire chains, 30xlT. never been used, price $3.00; Lee Shortt, Marshfield, Vt. 160tf HEMLOCK PLANK FOR SALE I have in stock here in Barre about forty thousand feet dry two-inch hemlock plank: anyone interested telephone H. G. Bennett 167ti kNITTiNGYART FOR SALE DirSTfrom manufacturer, at $1.50. $2.00 and $2.2S per lb., postage paid on $5 orders; write for samples; H. A. Bartlett, Harmony, Me. 15t2 FOR SALE Wine barrels and kf ofall kinds, call early; Frank Bailey, Barre. lrf TRAPPERS ATTENTION For aale. the original Schofield scent recipe for catching fox, skunk, mink and eoon; have used this scent successfully for $0 years and have caught over SO foxes In one year with It: will also sell scent or bait ready for use. shipped C. O. D. .- I also teach setting and baiting traps : write for prices or call at my home; C. J. risk, Waterbury Center, Vt lBltf CLAPBOARDS FOR SALE All sUei: Cewnolll at Co. U7tf FOR SALE inwersoll-Rand air tomnressor. In good runninr condition, csnacfty 200 cubic feet will sell reasonable if taken at onee Roux Granite Co. 13tf FOR SALE A preparation for elennint granite and marble monuments : hrightens op the lettering and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new: or laranteed : prices on application : James Sullivan, 114 Psrk street Barre. Vt IStf . AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Chevrolet mode.! 400. 1020 - touring car. in first class condition, run .' by owner exclusively since May of this rear, not over 7.500 milea; addreaa N. W I Richmond. Nnrthfie.ld. Vt. l7t$ FORSALU Buick 4. modei25; allin good running order: Mr s good; several ac cessories : inquire Will Nye, South Barre. tW. 2T$-M. I6t FOR SALE- A 1919 ModeFRuitsarj Super-Sir in fi-it class condition; answer to letter "M." Timea offic. 16tf LIGHT-ROADSTER FOR 8ALE-Orwlll trade for heavier ear; apply at 88 North Mainstreet. 154tf FOR SALE Ferd' flve-pa-ientrer touring cr. . In rood running condition ; in-a!reV at Palace Gararai lBOtf ... DODGE TRUCK'rOR SALEsTreen body: fi ret -el sea ennditlrn. good aa new, 191$ model : mn about $.000 miles. Fisher Farm, Bethel. Vt ltf , HORSES AND VEHICLE FOR SALIS Two pair of good work horses. weighing about $oo0 lbs. a pair, selling because I cannot get help; W. E. Nichols 7 Elmore street, phone (66-M. 138tf Wagons for Hauling The Lillie Wagons are the strongest and easiest running wagons for all aorta of uses. ALL SIZES NOW IN STOCK. HEAVY HARNESS. TOO. Vehicle) it Supply Co. Colton'a Placs. 84 State Street Montpelier. SPECIALS IJUTnt el. i n. i,. w,, .......... clutch pulley, new grain thresher, complete with belting. $395.00. uut . ' "- I . . - ' blower, travelling feed table. $0 ft of pipe complete with all belting. $S7R OA. Outfit C. 8 h. p. engine with 2S-lnch cir cular saw. and 80 ft of belting. $200.00. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone W0 Orange Co. Telephone ODDS AND ENDS One second-hand 1-horse farm waaron. J'.'S.OO One aeeond-hand 1-horse farm wagon. .$36.00 One mud buggy $.00 Ona good Baker wagon, newly painted and in fine condition $60.09 One Stude baker Concord buggy, genu ine leather . 117 . OS Ona h. p. serondKrVid engine 85.00 Ona 8 h. p. need engine, but good as new -75.00 One T h. p. angina with friction pul ley, used two weu 198.00 One new fanning mill 27. 0 One nearly new 1-horse farm harness, 8S on Ona used driving harness.. 10.00 One pair extra driving reins, new.. 4 OS Ona new farm doubt hamasa 90.04 MARSH-ALLEN CO. H. E. Telephone 140 Oranre Co. Telephone WANTED TO BUY W AlvTEbTCTiUYI.Iv pouitry ; apprytj E. E. Perry, rhone 888-W. lf WATErFTOBUY 8econd-baa urntj, taasa and atovaa : inoutre O. oauta. ' l Mainatreet teX 72-M. "St-- Here's an Opportunity in the Automobile Business for You A welt rstahlicned Motor Car Dis tributor for 'he X. E. Mates wishes to plat reliable dealer in Parre. The car sell for tMS V. O. B Kartorr. Prlherfea are br-'mg made prompt It all stjlos, including IKl tueilele. Thia is reallr an exceptional oppor tur.:T to make sur-tantial profits ksn-Ilirc a tenr rwpiilaf' car. me refnllr trarufaclured for the past fhe Tears by rnncerB retahlished l!T8 in sehkle constmrtioB. Wriie to Harry M. Frost. 101 Trr tnont Mret. rVvston. Ma. for met r.f ear aol foil particular.