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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6,
1920.
ABOUT THE STATE
Happenings Interest from
. Different Sections.
Mrs. Samuel MorMi, aged 91 years,
voted in WilHaratville Tuesday.
C. M. Deane, while visitiiiR his tra.p
in West Townshend recently, found a
live oppostum, which he has on exhibi
tion. E. M. Brunette, for 20 years town
treasurer snd active in town matters
all his life, died at his home in Swan
ton Oct. 31 at the age of 81 years.
Mrs. Hattie P. Jones found 21 kinds
of wild flowers in blossom Nov. 1 in
Windham and there were enough of
most of the varieties to make up a
large bouquet.
A dog, belonging to .T. A. Streeter of
West Wardsboro, died last week, which
would have been 17 years old had it
lived until spring. It had helped catch
over 660 hedgehogs.
Karl E. MaJier, a New fane rural
route mail carrier, mot a black bear
directly in the traveled road Wednes
day morning. Bruin wa surprised, as
well as the man, and hurried off into
the woods. '
When a tank of chemicals exploded
in the pulp mill at Mountain Mills,
Wilmington, Sunday, one man was so
badly burned about the face he had
to be taken to a hospital and the mill
was so badly damaged a shutdown of
three weeks for repairs was neces
try. -
The house and barns, with contents,
on the Hamilton farm in Windham
were destroyed by Are at 2 o'clock
last Saturday " morning. Everett,
Charles and George Hamilton, who
owned and occupied the place, were at
tending a dance in South Londonderry,
and when they reached home tne buna
inei were practically all burned and
everything was lost but the clothing
they wore and tne automobile in wnicn
they made their trip. Neighbors were
half a mile away and by the time they
reached the house it was too late to do
anything. The cause of the fire is
mystery, as it appeared to have started
in the barn and there had been no
light or Are there that day, so far as
the owners knew. Included in the prop
erty burned were 40 or 50 tons of early
cut hay, 40 bushels potatoes, 112-liorne-power
gasoline engine, with saw and
silo-filling outfit, new $100 victrola,
with 50 records and $100 in currency.
There was only $H00 insurance. The
buildings will probably not be rebuilt.
HORTICULTURAL MEETING.
Complete Program for Rutland Gath
ering Nov. 17-19.
The program, of the speakers and
demonstrators for the 24th annual
meeting of the Vermont State Horti
cultural society at Rutland Nov. 17-19
is completed, according to the state
ment of Professor M. B. Cummings of
Burlington, secretary of the Vermont
State Horticultural society. The pro
gram in full follows:
Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock Ad
dress of welcome, the governor-elect of
Vermont; remarks by the president;
"Dusting a Substitute for Spraying,"
Professor Donald Reddick, Cornell uni
versity, Ithaca, N. Y.
Thursday morning, 10 o'clock "Some
Essential Factors in Orchard Protec
tion," Professor Donald Reddick, Cor
nell university, Ithaca, N. Y.; "Demon
stration of Apple Barrel Facing De
vices," F. B. Pease, Rochester, N. Y.
Thursday afternoon, 2 o'clock "Re
rent Results in Orchard Fertilization,"
Dr. J. K. Shaw, Massachusetts Agri
cultural college, Amherst, Msss.;
question box, conducted by the presi
dent; questions on any problems in
horticulture may be submitted in writ
ing in advance. (Sprays, spray guns,
tractors, graders, insect diseases, vari
tties, etc.).
Thursdsy evening. 8 o'clock "Se
lecting and Judging Exhibition Fruit,"
Professor F. C. Sears, Massachusetts
Agricultural college, Amherst, Mass.;
"Reports from the New England Kruit
Hhow," C. L. Witherell, state vice-president.
Friday morning. 10 o'clock "Recent
Developments in the Practice and Prin
ciples of Pruning," Dr. J. K. Shaw, Am
herst, Mass.; "Some Principles and
Practices of Marketing," Alton E.
Briggs, secretary, Boston Fruit and
Produce exchange, Boston.
Friday afternoon, 2 o'clock "Dem
onstration of Apple Grading Machine,"
J. F. Sawyer of Frost Insert icwle com
pany, Arlington, Mass.; "The Dust
Fpray and Dust Sprayers," a demon
t rat ion ky Niagara Spray company,
W. 8. Droinan. Middleport. N. Y.
Friday evening, o'clock "Employ
ment of Women in Horticulture,"
George D. ' Aiken of Putney, Mrs.
Julian Dimock of East Corinth, Miss
Ali Holway of Putney; "Demonstra
tion of the Apple Box Pack for Market
nd for Exhibition," E. H. West of
porset, Mrs. E. C. Jacobs of Burling
ton. MOONSHINERS FINED.
Two Pay $1,000 Each and Costa in
Springfield Court.
Springfield, Nov. 6. Barney Kenct
and Max RlnnienfieM, ringleaders in
the illicit liipior traffic in this coun
ty, were Thursdsy fined fl.rXKl each
and sentenced to from 10 to 12 months
at Windsor by Judge H. H. Flam hard
of this town. The sentences were sus
pended. They paid the fines and court
costs.
Philip Stern and Samuel Goldberg
were lined -VKJ each, receiving the
same suspended sentence as the lead
ers. Isaye Ygle was fined 300 and
received a suspended sentence in Wind
sor. William Coney, a farmer, plead
ed not guilty and was released on bail
of SVIO for his appearance at a hearing
on Nov. !".
Mary Ywakiewitx, charged w ith sell
ing liquor illegally, pleaded not guilty
and will be given a trial later.
fTwelve respondents faced the judge
oi the charge of having Jamaica ainser
ft lienor in their possession for the
purpnl of selling. One was discharged
and the others were let off with minor
fine.
The prisoners were arrested last
meek following two lujiior raids insti
tuted by Mate's Attorney Ernest E.
Moore of Ludlow, who mndiKted the
prosecution Thursday. During the raids
.srvihirrf stills and liquor were found.
It is thoupht possible that the fed
tral authorities will continue where
the state wore-rdma rr-e and rre-
ni'e the respondent on the charge of'
UegaJ manulactur o! liquor.
SUFFERED SINCE
CHILDHOOD
With Chronic Constipation and
Headaches. Completely Relieved
by -FRUIT.A.TIVES"
OTIS M. BRYANT
49 Anderson St.,Port3and,Maine.
"I was troubled with Constipation
ever tinea I can remember ; as
result, was subject to distressing
Headaches and pain in my left side.
I would go for two or three day
without any movement of the bowels.
I chanced to read about Fruit
a-tives', in one of our local papers, and
began their use about four months
ago. Since them, I have been free
from Headaches, my bowels have
been regular, and from the use of
several boxes of 'Fruit-a-tives, I feel
that the great benefit I have derived
justifies me in pronouncing them a
remedy . of true and exceptional
merit".
OTIS M. BRYANT.
EOc. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial sixe 25c.
At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES
Limited, OGDENSBVRG, K. Y.
NORTH CALAIS .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith have re
turned from their work in Mackville.
Neil Chaffee was in nardwick Satur
day. H. H. Carr was at home from his
work in Worcester over Sunday.
Wayne Scribner was in Worcester
Thursday.
A. L. Lapoint was in Cabot Wednes
day. Mrs. S. F. Dailcy has returned home
after visiting relatives several days in
Adamant.
Myron Dailey was in Cabot Thurs
day. Frank Scribner was a business visit
or in Hardwick Saturday.
Thirteen from North Calais corps at
tended the district meeting in Caba
on Thursday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hood of Wood
bury were recent visitors at the home
of her mother, Mrs. W. J. Dailey.
Will Thayer has sold his farm, which
he recently purchased of C. A. Holt, to
Aro Slayton of East Calais,
Walter Dailey was in Cabot Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase and grand
son, Arthur Chase, of Montpelier were
Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur Parker.
B. A. Willey returned to his home in
Hardwick Saturday, after spending
several days visiting friends in town.
G. E. Celley of Woodbury visited
his sister, Mrs. H. II. , Holmes, on
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill were in
Barre Saturday.
S. E. Nelson of Middlesex spent the
week end and Sunday at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Persons visited
in Montpelier Friday.
Ralph Hill of Middlesex spent the
week end at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill.
Harry Dailey was in Cabot Thurs
day. Mrs. Dennis Lawson was a recent
visitor of friends in Montpelier.
A big flock of wild geese were seen
going south on Wednesday.
Will Thaver has moved to Montpel
ier. i
PROFESSIONAL CARD
DR. EDWIN F.
howland bldg. SURGEON
J. A. MacCaskill, M. D.
Practice limited to Disease of Infanta
and Children. OftVe hours! t to 10. I to 4,
7 to S, and by appointment
Room 1. Mils Granite Block. TeL
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W are srs ready t him both e44 sad
.simura srrtk a ktgfc grade of Jewelry.
Itepatr wwrh rearwateed.
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RANDOLPH
Mrs. Mary Hills of Northfleld is at
the home of CI. H. Slack for two weeks
while Mrs. Slack and Miss Ethel are
ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Claflin and
daughter, Florence, of Springfield came
Sunday to visit their mother, Mrs.
Ellen Claflin, and their sister, Mrs.
Bertha Rumrill. They were accompa
nied by Misses Bacon and MacHaskell.
Miss Gladys Cliadwick, a student
nurse in the St. Albans hospital, is
here to care for her grandmother, Mrs.
Clara Averill, who at present is im
proving from her late illness.
Miss Irene qvitt, dietitian at the
Peter Brent Brigham hospital in Bos
ton, was a visitor at II. W. Cheney's
the past week.
Pearl D. Chatfield and Miss Emma
Saunders, who has been housekeeper
in the Chatfield home for several years,
were united in marriage at the Bap
tist parsonage last Thursday evening
by Rev. F. S. Tolman.
Edson Gifford, who recently severed
his connection with the H. H. Totman
Co., is employed by Col. A. B. Chan
dler for the present, and B. A. Drake
has finished his summer's work there.
The Randolph Woman's Literary
club held a Halloween party at the
home of Mrs. C. C. Morse Friday eve
ning, Oct. 26, when the gentlemen were
guests. After a short business session
games were played, and following the
refreshments the fortune of eai'h per
son was found in a peanut shell and
when read aloud were very amusing.
Miss Mary Tewksbury gave a recita
tion, "The Elf Child," by James Whit
comb Riley, and Mrs. G.'Ham an
original story, "A Haunted House,"
closing a very pleasant evening. ,
G. A. Osha has purchased the 200
acre farm with stock, crops and tools,
of John Beaulae. This farm is known
as the H. T. Holman farm. Mr. Beau
lac and his family will reside at Bur
lington in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Claflin were at
Greenfield. Mass., from Friday till
Monday the guests of George Sumner.
They combined business and pleasure
in their trip.
W. A. Mcintosh went on Friday to
Northfleld to pass the winter with his
sister, Mrs. Alex England.
John A. A. Luce of Swampseott,
Mass., is a visitor for two weeks in
this town and Braintree.
Miss Marie Reynolds of South Bur
lington and' Mies Bertha Ruddy of
this place were admitted to the train
ing class for nurses at the sanatorium
recently, thus making twelve student
nurses in training at this time.
Lower Main street is repaired and
a dressing of three grades of crushed
granite is being placed thereon. The
street will be improved as far as Jcrd'a
market this fall, if the weather per
mits. A pleasant Halloween party was held
at the V. A. Grant cottage, when ten
young lady friends of Miss Grant, Miss
Priest and Miss Johnston, came in
costume. The camp was elaborately
decorated with crepe paper and jack-o-lanterns,
in colors of orange and
black.
Miss Nellie Jeffera of Manchester,
N. H., who has been with Mrs. John
Bass for several weeks on the farm,
left w.ith them this week when they
started for Taunton, Mass., for the
winter.
MORETOWN
Mrs. 1 J. Russell, who was taken
to Ilea ton hospital for treatment of
injuries received from falling down
stairs at the home of her son, L. R.
Russell, is getting along nicely and is
expected to be able to return home
noon. Mrs. Russell received a fractured
wrist and a bad cut over one eye, be
sides other bruises.
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RHEUMATISM
LEFT HIM AS
IF BY
Had Suffered
Over 50 Years!
Now 83 Years,
Yet a Bit
Surprise
f Friends
Regains
Strength
Goes out
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Back to
Business,
Laughs at
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ACID"
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tiff I eould not hold a pen- But now. as if
by maKtc, I am aarain in active business and
can welk with case or write aJl day with
comfort. Friends are sarprined at the
change."
HOW IT HAPPENED
Mr. Ashelman is only one of thousand
who suffered for years, owing- to the rneral
belief in the old, false theory that "Urks
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put out a fine with oil as to try to ax-t rid
of your rheumatism, neuritis and like com
plaints by taking- treatment supposed to
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Many physician and scientist now know
that Uric Acid never did. newer can and
never will eauee rheumatism; that it Is a
natural and necessary constituent of the
blood; that it is found in every new-born
babe ; and that without it we eould not live I
These statements may seem strange to
some folks, who have all along been led to
beleve in the old "Uric Acid" humour. It
took Mr. Ashelman fifty year to find out
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the true causa of hie rheumatism, other dis
orders, and recover his strength from "The
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being distributed fuse by an authority who
devoted over twenty year to the scientific
study of this particular trouble.
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ESTATE Of IDA L. DAVIS.
Slat of Vermont, District of Washington, aa.
The honorable probate court for the dis
trict aforesaid, to the heirs and all persons
Interested In the estate of Ida L. Davis, late
rf Town of Ban, in said district, deceased,
GRKBTINU !
WHEREAS, application hath been made to
this court in writing, by the administrator,
praying for license and authority to sell all
of real estate of said deceased, to wit: Situ
ated in the Town, of Barr in said
district, representing to said court that it
would be benerlcial to the heirs and all per
sons interested in the estate of said deceased,
to sell said real estate and convert the
same into money.
And bringing into court the consent ana
approbation In writing, of all the hetre to
said estate residing In this state, and setting
forth the situstlon of the real estate..
WHEREUPON, the said court appointed
and assigned th 18th day of November. 120,
at the probate oftVe in Montpelier, in said
district, to hear and decide upon said appli
cation and petition, and ordered public no
lle thereof to be given to all persons Inter
ested therein, by publishing said order, to
gether with the time and place of hearing,
three weeks successively in the Barr Daily
Times, a newspaper which circulate In the
neighborhood of those persons interested In
said estate, all of which publications shall
be previous to the day assigned for hearing.
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear before aid court, at the time and
place assigned, then and then in said court
to make your objections to the granting of
such licenre. if you see cause.
Given under my hand at Montpelier, In
said district, this 29th day of October, 1920.
r RANK J. MARTIN, Judge.
OctaONovtMS
ESTATE OP EMMA E. 40H0NN0TT.
State of Vermont, District of Washington, es.
Th honorable probate court for th dis
trict aforesaid, to all persons Interested la
the estate of Emma E. Johonnott, late of
Town of Barre, in said district, deceased.
GREETING:
WHEREAS, said court has assigned th
10th dsy of November next for examining
and allowing the account of the executrix
of the estate of said deceased and for a
decree 01 the residue of said estate to the law.
ful elaiiaants of the earns and ordered that
public notice thereof be given to all persona
Interested in said estate by publishing this
erder, three weeks successively previous t
the day assigned in the Barre Daily Times, a
newspaper published at the city of Barre, in
said di.t rict
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to
appear at the probate office in Mcntpelier, In
said district, on the day assigned, then and
there to contest the allowance of said ac
count if you see causa, and to establish your
right as heirs, legatee and lax-tul claimant
to said residue.
Given under my hand, this 22nd day of
October, 1020.
FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge.
Oct23-30-Nov
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Stable, Mrantpelier. 19H12
FINE FARM F0OALECie-TrudeT farm,
1 mile out of Msrshfleld village on
main highway to St, Johnsbury, buildings in
excellent condition, about 110 acres, low
price for quick cash sal; address F. E.
Gleaon, agejit,ontpeUer, Vt. 17fltf
FOR SALE -My farm, situated lVt miles
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. Benevldea,
Williamstown, N. E. phone 194-2, also Peo
ples' phone. 196tf
HOUSES FOR SALE
COTTAGE HOUSE on Madison avenue, one
of the pleasantest locations in the eity,
house baa eight rooms, good closets, pantry
and sink room, eity water and sewer con
nections, nice dry cellar and coal room,
large garden, hen house and large chicken
run, price reasonable for a quick sale;
phone6-W,J. CHarria. l8t
FOR SALE Two-tenement house at 45
Pearl street and lot adjoining on Sum
mer street ; inquire of James Bennett, 46
Pearl tre. 183tf
FOR SALE The Fenwlck place, one and a
half miles from Barre post office, 42 acres
land, keens 10 cows and two horses, good
vegetable farm, good house and barns, best
of spring water; price 14,000, including
some of the fsrming tool; T. H. Cava, Ad
ministrator, Barre. 122tf
The Real Estate
Market t
We again urge the importance of buying
now. Below are a few which we especially
recommend.
ORANGE STREET HOUSE with ail the
conveniences, hardwood floors, etc Lot is
Urge and a fin location, spring wster, good
porch; a good chance at Ii,0u0. Ready for
immediate occupancy.
HILL STREET EXTENSION house with
barn and large parcel of land. Can be
used for two families and is now rented
at $10.00 per month. Will sell for 11,850.00.
HOUSE AND LOT ON BROOK STREET,
for 11.600. Would cost nearly double to
build at this time.
AS AN INVESTMENT AND HOME eom
bined we can offer you a good two-tenement
house with large extra lot on Maple avenue.
There an nine rooms, two baths, lights,
etc., a (In ehanc for on to occupy one
side and rent the other for from 114.00 to
116.00 per month.
NEAR SUMMER STREET w are al
lowed to offer a double house, divided in
the center. ix rooms on each side ; both
tenement have lights, bath. etc.. good
porrhes: always rented at 820.00 each. Will
sell for $4.61X1 snd if sold within a few days
will include a valuable lot en Summer
street ertb ll.M. Better look this ewer
at once.
A REAL TRADE in a hocse, henhouse
snd large parrel of land near John street
The owner lives In another state and otTars
same for only $1,200.
FARMS : We have the kind that assure
on of good loeom snd some which ran
be exchanged for city property. Call in and
talk it over. Now la a good time to Look
around.
THE D. A. PERRY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Auction Sale
at the
)
City Auction Market
Saturday, Nov. 6
Xt 2 and 7:30. P M.
On account of the accumu
Iations of stock we Bhall sell, as
above stated, a large list of
goods which have just arrived
You can find in this lot almost
everything you might wish
Come and see for yourself. The
sale will begin on time, at 2
p. m. Also at private sale
Blankets, Quilts, Art Squares, a
lot of new Mattresses, Pillows,
Brass and Iron Beds, Dressers,
Pedestal Tables, Dining Chairs,
Dinrier Sets, Crockery. A lot
of Shoes, Guns and many other
goods not mentioned.
0. H. Hale, Auctioneer
WOOLEN CLOTH
For ta bora. MOTHERS, ye ran rat
down th HK.H COST OF LIVING a your
bnys clothing. W are selling dlrsrt fmr
th MILL. Strong, durable (loth. Nmw line
f pa' terns in elrt from, suitable FOR
ALL 1 HE FAMILY. Writ us for samples.
Asbuelot Woo en Cow Gilsum, N. 1L ti4Uf
NEW GOODS
Indies Nightrobes, Bed
P.lankcts. Ladies' and
Men's F 1 1 Shoes,
Mines' Tarns, Men's
and DoyV Caps, Sweat
ers, Mittens, and many
other things you will
reed for the cold weath
er. Come in.
Lee & Clara a Shortt j
J
Mamtfteld, Vote oat
t. " - rn
a:TQg CJTPUT VsUM Of t wiUIQN MULY fcll Tlf
r
HELP WANTEDMALE
WiMlTD Man n vnrli team on farm.
no milking H. Nca.1, Calais, Vtl9t3
WOODSMEN WANTEn-Choppcrs, cant
dog men, sled tenders snd teamsters, win
ter's job, good wairos and good board;
writ or call Green Mountain Lumber Co.,
Middlesex, Vt, phone Montpelier lz9,-ml.
WANTED Government want railway mall
clwks, $185 month, list positions fme,
write Immediately ; Franklin Institute, Dept.
491-H, Rochester, N. Y. 171t80
TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few tons of
hay for sale; apply to N. M. Nelson, 2
Merchant street. "Itf
HELPWANJ'ED FEMALE.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
a middle aged person preferred: phone
718-Y, eall aC 102 Washington St. 19818
TABLE GIRL WANTED AT ONCE At
the Pierce A Clark Restaurant, Montpe
lier 200tf
GOOD WAGES FOR HOME" "WORK We
need you to make socks for us on the
fast, easily-learned auto knitter, experience
unnecessary ; we buy all yon can supply us,
distance Immaterial, positively no canvass
ing, yam supplied, particulars 2- !mp;
Dnt 804 C, Auto Kntter Co., Buffalo.
N. Y. 0t2
CROCHETERS WANTED Experienced on
infants' bootees, sacques and three-piec
sets, steady work all year,, highest prices
paid, postage paid both ways ; Elk Knitting
Co., 778 Woodward Ava,, Brooklyn, N. Y.
' 200tl
WANTED Someone to run a boarding
house for eight or ten men, state wages
wanted and experience in first letter; R-
J. Miller, Bickers Mills, Vt. l8t
WANTEDAT ONCE Agirl to help out in
the kitchen ; apply at 87 Jefferson St
197tf
WANTEDPupils nurses and attendant at
the Taunton State Hospital, wages 145.00
per month with maintenance : for particu
lars address Dr. Arthur V. GcasSupt 264tf
EFFICIENT COOK, waitresses and Ritcnen
women wanted at once at Miller's Inn.
Montpelier. -15tf
PUPIL NURSES WANTED Young women
to train as nunM at Rarre Citv HoSDital.
Barre. J5tf
MALE AND FEMALEJHELP
EARN lib A DAY gathering evergreens
for Christmas; Botanical 880, Weet
Haven, Conn. Zuotl
HELP WANTED Young men nd women to
take positions aa attendant at the Ver
mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wa-
terbury ; to those who desire, an opportunity
offered to attend nurses' training cMire:
apply at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt. ltf
HOUSES TO RENT .
TO RENT Tnmnt on Camp itrwt, i
rooms and bath, electric lights, hot and
eold water; inquire of Frits W. Jackson.
199tf
FRONT ROOM FOR RENT Board if de
sired : 82 Jefferson street 19BW'
TO-RENTA sis-room tenement at 8
Short street; inquire at 10 Short street
. 19tS
TO-RENT Six-room tenement all mod era
convenience ; inquire at 44 Park St,
phone U4-W. 196tf
TO RENT Tenement of six rooms, in good
condition, on first floor; 84 South Main
street, McAllister 4 Kent 190tf
TO RENT Six-room, modern tenement : 1n
.,ir. f n n KhnrtUIT. ai'A North Main
street 184tf
TO RENT Upstairs tenement at 48 East
street, rent 112 ; O. L. Wood worth at
Candy Kitrhen. phono 177-M. 17Btf
f O KENT-Store "on Fearl street near Main,
in Brrre. Vt. good location: apply b
A. B. Carter. Mgr.. Bijou Theatre. 146rf
TO RENT Five-room tenement with garden
at 84 Elmwood avenue; apply at same ad.
drese. tf
TO RENT Tenement at 82 Merchant street,
slio four tenements on Willev street aJl ta
flrst-eles shape: modern improvements:
Geo. W. Mann. 84 Wellington street Sitf
WANTED
WASHINGS WANTED TO DO AT HOME
Also work a couple of hours afternoons:
call at Spring street or writ to Annie
Andreolettl. Box 187, Barre, Vt 191K8'
WANTEDFour or five-room tenement tor
two. centrally located, soutn ot euy
square preferred : call 668-W betweea hours
of 7 a. m. and 8p. m. 198t
WANTED Place to work m small family;
Mrs. Alice VanDeuaen, Randolph House.
Randolph Center. 19stf
WANTEDAH kinds of shop painting, such
as automobile, sleighs, wsvone and also
picture frames made to order; Henry Bos
ley. Painter, Shop 485 North Main street
or house at 8 Central street 189tf
WANTED-One or two furnished moms.
with or without board; writ to "J. K.
L.." care Times offie 181tl
WANTED Wall ease and silent salesman in
oak ; F. E. Burr. Barre. 179tf
LOST AND FOUND
FOUN D -Ladies' gold wrist watch; owner
can have same by proving property and
paying advertising charges, Cha. Leslie. 21
CsmpSt ' MO"
LOST Betwein W'aterbury and Barre
Thursday night a 80x8 Vs Vacuum eup tire
on rim; finder plea return to Times of
fice. Barre; reward. 19t2
STRAYEDOn my premises whit bull:
owner must pay all charges and prov
.me; F. A. Northrop, Bethel. Vt 19Stl
LOST Sometime Wednesda yor Thursday a
large sum of money in bills : finder will
bbe liberally rewarded bv returning money
to O. Smith. 887 North Main St lWU
LOST A young "jersey cow Saturdry. Oct
28. no horns, not giving milk ; 'inder
Plesse notify H. A. Kendall. R. T. D. I.
Barr. pbon 81&-M. IMtf
AGENTS WANTED
WANTED Man devote spare time selling
guaranteed trees, shrubs, plants, liberal
weekly pay, if you mean business writ Tor
territory; Guaranty Nursery, Rochester.
N. y. JOOtl
AGENTS Make 176.00 weekly selling guar-
. w. mamnMa SXS 00 .k.
ly full time. 76c an honr snare time, expert.
ence nnneeeasary ; l eneciwear nnery
Iiarby. Pa. 2''tl
MISCELLANEOUS .
Mrmmil. BEVirW OKIE YEAR. 82 SO
Ptrtnnal Review, tww rears. 84.S0: Good
' - waM WSS "B1 In.iai W fTrl raH.
Work and rictrtrial R?riw. on ymr. 5.00
us .l. sanef 1' wyf I KM'VW. Mia TMr
9.6; call T. H Carroll. pbm ft2-Y.
DANCING CLASSES STARTED NOW
i i swKa ffsaitriia-tisia brr ft TV
pointmenti call at 172 Meia street, phoo
CF.NERAlTAND LONG DISTANCE TRUCK
INr Also equipped to take parties ; call
in. U 14tf
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
REGISTERED PERKSH1RE BOARS FOR
"A,J',vC.. v. SSO u.4 wUI al
It II renu a pound, live wetgM. regsttratltm
pVrsuralbed: Joha P. Davie. Chkej
WANTED TO BUY
WVNTFD TO Bl'Y Liv poultry; apply
t. E- Perry. ( none w-e.
SATURDAY SPECIALS
We handle
Domino Golden
Syrup.
R..val Club Off. Ib. 40C
Whit H.MiMi C..pf, lb. . 50C
ilsoir India and OItoh Tea. lb. J3
fteia! Oran2 Pekor Tea. Ib J9e
Bulk Coroa. lb. 1C
IjbertT Cr, fk 15 iC
Bt Salt Salmon, lb 16c
fb.-ire A a-Va Pink Sa!ni4-. ran . 2f
Tnraab Salmon, ran 22
MsnrsnJia flirrs, Pt. 79c
American ("be, lb JSr
C.4 !Jal FW.ur. 24', Ib.-aark .1.90
iW4 Me4l Flnur, 49 ark ... 13 86
V also rarry fall li "f ItaJuva
oil, rhe. spaehrtti and trararoni.
Tomai' Cash Sarins
Market.
Tl 254-R.
Crat Kaui a4 If en hast Street.
FOR SALE
VICTROLA FOR SALE With 44 record
and cabinet all in first elsss condition ;
phone M-W. E. A. Young. 20 Webster St.
.JL 199tf
FOR SALE Dining room suite, consisting
of table, buffet and four chairs, and a
music cabinet all mahogany finish, also a
small ga heater; call after 6 p. m. at S
Orange street James M. Ewen. 188t8
t OR SALE- First-class skunk hound ; Alex
Murray, 14 Hill St. Berr. lasts
FOR SALE Boy's navy blue chinchilla
overcoat else 8 or 10 years, nearly as
"P"? as new. also child's adjustable high
' ., -, "'cycle, sola and chairs, table.
Bradford, 36 Park St. It8t8
FOR SALE a r:L.,4 i " i
, , -- -.,... ...... .ctiikc in rwi
condition; inquire at 43 Park St. phone
6rwr ' IMtf
TOR SALE Two parior heaters : Mrs. M
. -A-arlin,Williamstown, Vt 198W
FOR S ALE A Glen wood parlor heater7"call
at South Main street. 196tf
FOR RAf.R fin. i
" ...-.". t lailKV ivr VUHI,
one range for wood and other furniture;
mquue a i rerrin st, off Elmwood Ave.
19St
ABOUT 800 YARDS FINEST BLACK MO-
hair nlush Urii.' . : . .
- - r- vuMtuiK, n, m Kreai
? .J11' thto "ar'al was made to sell
at IS 00 per yard, but must clean up the lot
amount you wish, parcel
aampl on request; Crawford
Clothing Factory, Fairfield, Maine. 196U2
8COTT'S DEMrifllTO rTTDAPVIMr,TIv
now ready, 35c per pound net bring your
ipacaage; n. w. JScott 19 Richardson St.
194tf
w?OD .FOR SALE-W. Er'NichoUTphone
668-M. Iltf
WINTER VEGITT A F LESFO R S ALECab-
bag, U.oo and 11.60 per dosen ; Savoy
CRboage, same price; beeta, carrots and on
joas. 11.25 per bushel; turnips, 11.00 per
busbel; Monesls, 76c. per bushel; Hubbard
,n ou-id. lots, tnree cents per . ;
delivered in Bsrre. Montiu.ll- anil
hill"; Mitchell Farm, R. F. D. 2. phone
nztr
HEMLOCK PLANK FOR SALE
I have In stork here In Barre about forty
thousand feet dry two-Inch hemlock plank;
anyone interested telephone H. 0. Bennett
7tf
CLAPBOARDS FOR
Comolli A Co.
SALE All
sixes i
137tf
FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning
granite and marble monuments ; bright!
up th lettering and rrikes the whole monu
ment look clean and new : guaranteed : prices
on application : James Sullivan. 114 Park
street Barre. Vt 18tf
AUTOMOBILES
WOULD EXCHANGE NEW 1920 Five
pssenger car with small mileage, perfect
condition, toward good desxrabl house.
don't answer this ad. unless you want a
good car snd price la right on your house:
writ to "V.," care Time office. 199t3
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Inquire at
Ross' Barber Shop. 200t2
FOR RALE New model Overland, leas than
6.000 mileage, as good ss new. price Tea
sonable; 148 Main St. Montpelier. 197t8
1918 THREE-PASSENGER ROADSTER TN
first class condition for sale; apply to
Oliver's Bsttery Station. 19Stf
FOR SALE 1919 Chevrolet touring car. At
eonditnn. 8600 : S. F. Marsh, nhone 280.J.
190tf
FOR SALE -Ford five-passer, eer touring
car. In good running condition; lnouir
st Paine Garage.
150tf
DODGE TRUCK FOR SALE Screen body:
first-class condition, good as new, 1919
model ; run about 8,000 miles ; JTaher Farm,
Bethel. Vt 1
HORSES AND VEHICLES
FOR SALE Driving horse, safe for lady to
drive, wriirht 1000 lbs.: phone 236-J. 47
Patterson St ..?0f
FOR SALE On driving horsa, wijl eot-
ehunge. Tor cow ; phone Z1S-W. issrtz
FOR SALE Two thoroughbred Morgan
colts, one a mare. H year old, the other
a gelding, t$ years old; H. C. Townsend.
Williamstown. 187t8
FOR SALE Pair ot horses, will exchange
for cattle; John F. Benjamin, Barre,
Dhone 106-R. , 198tf
New Driving Harness Just
In at Lower Prices.
We hav bought Driving Har
ness for a little leas, and sr.
giving our customers th bene
fit All styles in stock.
VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
AUTOMOBILE DEPARTMENT
84 State Street Montpelier. Vermont
The" Furnace With a 7-Inch
Cold-Air Space
Especially designed and constructed to mast
New England condition. All aixes in stoc k
Free Inspection of your, house and prompt
installation.
Why shiver through another winter T
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. E. Telephone 14S Orange Co. Telephsn
A Plow
that doe not run true both way is not a
plow, but an aggravation. If you want to
swap your aggravation for a plow, remem
ber we exchange.
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
New Fng. Telephone 140 Orange Co. 'Phone
Enrines
Kwiil fall Drier. All sisea up to and
includina- 10 h. p. If you now have an
en-in that Is too small w will exchang.
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone
FEATURE NO.
of
Famous John Deere Spreader
U'L:i. 4ki. L MM lv anv mMTU th !Mt
T II I IV viik sa - '
feature of this Spreader, w are not a"
to burden you lonjrer with minute detail,
but just rail attention to the most worthy
feature of all. and this is
THE COMPANY PACK OK THE
SPREADER
Th John Deer C te one of the oldest
and most reliable companies maknc farm
machinery to-day.
A company that stands for quality aad
service in every eena of th word.
When yoa think Spreader, think John
urT L , i , I a 4mm m nsA.h, ad
apreaders to os on small farms where the
srtll be linie useo.
I'ntil these orders ar nlled w wiu
rifHiKi.k" If you have somethirur yon
ssb U exrharute. come early.
MARSH-ALLEN CO.
N. E. Telephone 140 Oranre Co, Telephon
SALESMEN WANTED
SALESMEN represent fartory dirwt. sell-
i t t - tj IllMVtfS
inr nin a'" -.
erasaary and aaraar dealers, prompt ship
ments, tstaismna Tarmiwv. -"
to establaih permanent businas earnina
llniiOOO monthly, n idelin salesmen
wanted; The Premier company, lit-7 W.
11th St. tlewetana, una. ..-
Auction Sale
I will aell at nublio audi on at Nor
man MiLrara midix, Granitevilln,
near Dr. Bailry'a, on
THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1920,
at 1 -'clock p. m. ibarp
I mares. 1200 lb, rack. II yeau-t old;
i J.r.v n.w A rears old. iurt fresh- ,
4; 4 pond work harnesses, 1 doable
w mrrnm 1 evr.re si lion, 1 bwrfr !
on. 1 daiibi ti?h, 1 nprr aleigb. ,
1 Ib-Latal rrram separator X. IS. 1 .
ms 3 wood, n bed and sprinrs, 1 .
iron bed with sprinjr. 4 rr.a! tree. 1
Awn rk stove. I i;nwood fcatr
X. Ill, 4 riir, chaira, 1 A-mngranm
Ub, d ninerooai chajr, kitrhea rab- j
ins snirrnr. kettle. t'Ss, d be and I
:i hwiwboiJ fT1 ; 19 tons l pea
Yr. treks, above!, rhain ana a i ia-
Vinrnts too aamerous to nseotto..
emu f a.
Kernetb Purbanan, (rianJ.aa.
4 eatV Mt Ai:?'T, s-loit.

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