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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BAltRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1920.
TRIP TO VERMONT WASPROFITABLE New York Visitor Takes vi Tanlac While in Brattle boro Health Restored ABOUT THE STATE Happenings f Interest from Different Sections. , J , r Newport is having an epidemic of jaundice, whole fitmiliea coming down with the disease one after another. "I have tried Tanlac now and it's tlie ne medicine I can recommend, feeling ure it will help anyone who tries it," taid Mr. M. K. Hafferty, of 100 Prince Son Ave., New York, N. Y., while in Brattleboro, Vt., on a vacation. "I certainly am glad that I came to Vermont,- for it was here that I first ieard of Tanlac and the medicine has keen nothing less than wonderful in my rase. Jly stomach was so disordered that everything' I ate disagreed with aie and N distressed mo terribly. The little I ate soured and fermented, caus ing me to suffer dreadfully from heart burn, palpitation of the heart, and at limes my breathing was greatly af fected. . I was troubled a great deal with cort'stipation, had terrible head lines and dizzy spells and was no lervous that everything seemed to bother me. "I have taken Tanlac only ft very ihort while, but even in this time my troubles seem to have entirely disap peared, for I never feel a sign of them, ind can eat just, anything and every thing I want. I'm enjoying the very best of health, and feel like I ought to make a statement and do my part to sards letting others know about Tan fee." Tanlac is sold in Barre by the Barre Drug Co., and by the leading druggists hi every town. Adv. Brattieboro has paid $343 toward carrying on the Y. V. C. A. work, her quota being $300. The state quota Is $.5,000. WOMAN SUFFERED IN SILENCE Made IJelieve She Was Well Clifton Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs, Kdward Brown of Wallinifford, . was injured Saturday while sliding in the cemetery. His sled struck a head stone, throwing the boy against' it and breaking out one tooth and-also breaking his chin bone. A Chevrolet sedan, driven "by a trav eling man and occupied- by himself and wife, was burned in Bennington near the state line between Vermont and New York Saturday. - They had barely time to save their personal bag gage and a new spare, tire. " , "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair! .Make It Abundant! Victor Rohbins. eight-year-old son or Air. ana Mrs. Fred Kobbins of Bar ton, was critically injured Saturday afternoon when, as he was coasting on a hill which crosses Main street in that village, he was run over by a creamery truck. The front wheel ran over his stomach, "crushing " it and causing a hemorrhage. His sled was cut in two. The boy was operated on at a St. Johnsbury hospital haturduy night in an attempt to save his life. It is reported that the truck was on the left side of the road. The driver did not see the boy until too late to stop the machine, a bank obstructing the view ahead. RANDOLPH w TV Immediately after a "Danderine" massage, your hair takes on new life, lustre and wondrous beauty, appearing twice as heavy and plentiful, because each hair seems to fluff and thicken. Don't let your hair stay lifeless, eelor less, plain or scraggly. You, too, want lots of long, strong, beautiful hair. A 35-rent bottle of delightful "Dan derine" freshens your scalp, checks dandruff and falling hair. This stim ulating "beauty-tonic" gives to thin, dull, fading hair that youthful bright new and abundant thickness all drug gists! adv. Dye It Right! "Diamond Dyes" Don't Risk Material in Poor Dyes that Fade or Run Each package of "Diamond Dves'! touts iiis directions so simple that any tomiHi can diamond-dye a new, rich fadeless color into worn, shabby gar merits, draperies, . coverings, whether tool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods. Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other kind then perfect results are guaranteed iven if you have never dyed before, Druggist has color crd Adv. Run-down Women Vlnol Is What You Need to Make You Strong tni Healthy Bwause it is a non-secret, scien tific combination of the most suc cessful tonics known Cod Liver and Beef Peptone, Iron, Nux Vomica and Hypphophitcs. It enriches the Mood with thou sands of red Mood corpuscles, quickens tbe circulation, creates hearty appetite and imparts strength and vigor to every part of the body. Phrsicians Prescribe Druggists Kccoiunicni It Doe All We Claim or Coats You Nothing Get. Wm. Bent ley Co New England Sales Agent. ' 192 State street, Boston, Mta Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Trerise have closed their house on Franklin street and gone to Barre to remain till after the holidays with their daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. K J fcott. Mrs. Hall from Boston arrived here Tuesday to pass Thanksgiving with her son, A. K. Hall, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Danyow and their daughter. Miss Mary Danyow, left Tuesday morning for Boston to paes a few days in the city with friends. Mrs. Aurelia Sault left Tuesday for Derry, N. H., where she will pass Thanksgiving with her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Douglass went to Randolph Center Tuesday for a few days' stay with their daughter and liui-band. .Mr. and Mrs. v. J. Norton. Levi Needhatn, a former resident but later living at Ludlow, came on Tues day to visit, old friends and relatives. John Mitchell,' who had the mii-for- tune to break his arm while sliding, is reported as doing well, ami the blow on the head and face is expected to do no serious harm. Principal and Mrs. E. 0. Ham went to Montpclier on Tuesday night to see their. daughter, Miss Ksther Ham, who is teaching in that city and who was not as well as usual.. Rev. Fraser Metzger entertained the l niversity club at his home on Mon day evening. Seventeen members were present and tbe dinner was served un der the direction and management of Mrs. C. K. Root nd her assistants. Miisses Maude Johnston and (Jail Lam son. M. M. Wilson was the speaker. airs. t. A. ialisbury went to Bur- ington on Tuesday morning for treat ment. In a few days Mrs. Salisbury expects to enter a hospital for treat ment for a trouble of long standing. .Mrs. J1.. W. rewkshury, who has been ill and in the care of a nurse, is now better with a reasonable hope of re covery in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, who have been living in the J. W, Atwood house on Fales street, have moved to Barre, where the former has a position and where they will remain for the fu ture. William Blanchurd, who has been employed through the summer at the garage of F. C. Hayward, has finished his work and will "take a short vaca tion before taking up any other em ployment. Rev. (i. F. Coodliffe of Morrisville was in town on Monday, coming from Randolph Center, where he went Sun day to ai-sist in the funeral service of Mrs. A. C. Wells. A woman of New Auburn, Maine, writes: "There must be lot of women who feel as I did. 1 suffered in silence many times on account of my pride, but now I know that a good laxative Is essential to good health. I pretended I was all right when I wasn't t had terrible pains, was 'grouchy' and my headaches almost killed me with rain, and worst of all I had a sallow, unbecoming complexion which was not helped by face powders. Why didn't 1 try to cure myself, rather than pretend? After taking Dr. True'a Elixir, 1 now know that a laxative was what I needed. Dr. True'i Elixir is mild and pleasant to take, and worki just right for me. My complexion cleared up bright and ruddy blemishes vanished, and every one remarked how much better I looked." Mrs. E. J, B. (New Auburn, Me.) Dr. True'a Elixir will help you too, don't pretend any longer. Adv. FARM, STOCK and TOOLS at AUCTION SHERIFF'S SALE ESTATE OF NORMAN McLEAY. Taken by virtue of an execution to me State of Vermont, District of Washington, s. directed, and will be sold at public auction , The honorable probate court for the die- Three Lines for 25c FOR SALE X j " . Sn' lw aineetK, I trict aforesaid, to all persona interested in ti.emenU at the rate of three lines lor "acre r rut Co., Geo. Maniatty. 214t 1 - r.-- t 7. r '" ". -- - - The Times will publish Wanto. Lost sna " " " An express delivery aleigh found, For Sale. To Let, etc. short anver- " in nret class condition on the ttfith day of Novmeber. A. D. 1U20. the estnte nt w,,., m..i .. fuvi-rcKm. at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, in the high-1 WHEREAS, application tn 'writing hath way in front of the Car Barn at the Pioneer Been t hi. n.. section so-called, the following described I Norman McLeay (or license to mortgage eer property, to wit: four Inter-urban cars, six tain real estate owned by ald ward situ- The ,l.cln,,,t will .oil of m.hlie :r"" -J "S."",."" Lw"n "J"? '. Tw"-or Barra, County of Wash. ... ,1, ..... 1A U,,A , ... . r . . - tn.a-ii.m And . FOR fill T rn, , ,, . ton ... f- ...i ... iniariion. . eondt nn .i i. . " in pener " 'Jt u-hm--- u i'w:bi oncea : m Cmrfnw, '' 'or cok . one r.uj j., 7. "" I -no ooin nxturea, one Ruby Herald ru It .i1"""" both Hxturea' VJEZJi. FARMS FOR SALE two safety cars, two unow fn:rt..n mA t: . t- . . , .. L j auction to t,h hurlifist bidder on the aweepere, one work car, one flat cur. one I a. To low.; . i , .;,. nrni. .I...,..-!!....! l,l... i,.ataA in two hundred K. W. motor, one two hun-, ated in firanit.ullu it.A i. u.' Tn 1 Lackev. nhnn sS.M nr 1S(H Montilier. "" ,w".v... ... d d .... K w mn,, , awttehhnl. R. . IV" . ,.7rr ,"L- ' ' ' 1H J A ill,., v u; , !. j Hi n """i."."' T" Adamant, three, and one-half miles 7 M6 .nS tat mriel. j .lock andiwith .'" one peninsula ;",rtr",,ry",A'"" iA ur woo: Abram Fine, .f ii.v.rire r. , T.-r. 0 a a . t.w .H..- r; w cirti.r. A fetus kT.TrTi, . ior j rmn.si..jH. . . -...K or oy Merchant St. 2iAi9 for city projerty ; 11 Hens Idle; Now Lay 221 Eggs A Month Almost Gave Up Raising Chickens Then She Tried Thl Plan. from Fast Montpclier, the following tery Co.. one five-horsepower motor, one described property, on hrr r Mnpui' xfmm 1 ,A.r ,T - Dtiling ana ail email toon. MONDAY. NOV. 29TH I H. J. SI-AYTON. Deputy Sheriff, ' Dnted at Monttwlier, Vt., this 11th day At io u ciock in tne iorenoon. nt iMovemoer, luau. I Novl7-24 The Home Farm containing 1)6 acres, suitably divided; 200 sugar trees) good fair buildings, part of the pasture can be tilled, 31 Head of Stock Real Estate and Personal Property at Auction Owinj; to the death of iny wife, I Pali: "When I accepted your offer and tried Ton Sung, I was getting 1 or 'i egga every other day. Tbe neat month, using Don Sung, my 11 hen laid 221 egg- 1 almost quit raising chickens, but now I I I. will raise ai ninny ai I can." Mr. F. C XOUUg, Bellefonte, Pa. You also can easily tart your bens laying and keep them laying, even In coldcet winter. To prove It. accept our offer, a a Mrs. Young am. Give vour hens Don Kong and watch result for one month. If you don't and that It pay for Itself and pay you a. good profit besides, imp!y tell us and our money will be cheerfully refunded. Don Sung (Chinese for egg-laying) Is a scientific tonic and conditioner. It 1 easily given In the feed. Improve the hen health and make ber stronger and more active. It tone up the egg-lying organs, and get the eggs, uu matter how cold or wet the weather. You can obtain Don Sung from yont druggist or poultry remedy dealer, or end $1.04 (Include war tan for a package by mail. Burrell-Pugge Co., 214 Columbia Bldg.. Indianapolis. Ind. Chinese for Egg-Laying 1 .1 rrvn .) A uvulii y nnw a ma r-k(Mkl tered Aryshire bull, eight two-year-old ' ill sell at auction on iicuera, hix yearlings, two caivea, oi . -ajz-v-ir OTTIf sow with pigs, five tdioats, weight 13 OA 1 UKDA I , JMUV. III 11)8., pair work horses, wek'ht 2400 lbs. Stock aold subject to test. Machinery and Tools At One O'clock in the Afternoon on the premises on Trow Hill, about one and one-half miles from Barre City, One two-horse wagon with body,; . ' i llnm PljirA light wagon with pole and shafts, ex-j I IdCe press wagon, surrey, two buggies, ' containing about four acres of land, traverse sleigh, two slcighe, pung, oven-room house, and good large barn, two pairs work harnesses, two driving xhe tillage is in high state of cultiva harncsscs, pair driving harnesses, tjoni we tt,iH,ted for gardening and nearly new; long sled, two engines, berries; now bed of strawberries all one six h. p., one 21, h. p.; ensilage gct olli. The house is all in irood re- cutter with 34-ft. carrier, grain scpara- j,air barn, woodshed and henhouse all tor, one McCormack corn harvester, adjoining, llarr. .will tie three cows (hampion horse rake, dump cart body, anj horse; large space for carriages, Chicopee sulky plow, riding Kuckeye etc. Kxcellent cellar to house and nice cultivator, weeder, Bpring tooth har- .basement under barn, row, potato digger, potato sprayer,! Also one horse, six years old, weight sugaring tools, arch, pans, 200 tin l.omi tt)s.. sound and safe, one lisrht buckets, farmer's boiler, brooder 500 drivinir wauon. licht drivinir harnesses. chick capacity, two unit Empire milk- j liht work harnoss, lumber wagon for ing machine, Twenty Century mnn-j0nP r two horses, nearly new; 24 R. ure spreader, Ford touring car, 12-bot- J, R. hens, nearly all laving; nearly tie Babcock tester with glassware, Ruf-1 uew Fmpire cream seporator, road cart, I.. 1 l. . 1. , ii rtfV , . t . ' . . . . lam ruiip, liny, inlaw, riisiiaxe. i fclciffli. Kll.rlien rsntrp. three chum tier aenting that it is neeeasary to mortgage said reai eyuiie to raise the sum of fifteen hun- FINE FARM FOR 8 ALP" Cole-Trudel farm. 1H miles out of Mamhneld village on main highway to St. Johnsbury. buildings in low nrica fr.l miilr ), addmas F. E. Gleason agsnt. Montpelier. Vt. i?8tf FOR SALE -My form." situated 1V1 mile from Williamstewn village, consisting of 120 acres, alao vtoeli and tooU : might take house in village in part payment; for par ticulars inquire or call on M. R. Benevide. Williarr.stown, N. E. phone 894-2, aim Peo ples' phone. l&5tf . , ... , I fl.KI'WHJ IU I,III1BUUI J , d red dollars for the purpose of preventing a I excellent condition, about 110 . .... ... miq encnte, xo mint repairs upon said real tatute. and to pay debts and for the support of aaid ward ; that said mort gage shall be given to secure the said sum of fifteen hundred dollars, and shall be pay able on Remand with interest semi-annually at the rilte of six per cent. WHEREUPON, the said eourt appointed and assigned the 1st day of Keeember, 1920, at tha probate office In Montpelier, in said district, to hear and decide upon said appli cation, and ordered that puhlic notice thereof to be given to all persons interested therein, by publishng this order three weeks successive ly In the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre. in said dis trict, which circulates In the neighborhood of those persons interested therein ; all which publications shnll be previous to the time sppointed for the hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time and plafe nforwaid, then and there in said eourt to object to thje granting of such license, if you see cause. ' Given under my hand at Montpelier, In said district, thin 10th day of November, 1920. I MARY J. CUTLER. Resistor. I iSOVll-lg-ZS HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE The Fenwlck plare, one nd half miles from Barre post office. 42 acres ISnd, keeps 10 cows and two horses, good vegetable farm, good house and barns, best of spring water: price ?4,000, including some of the farming tools ; T. H. Cave, Ad ministrator, Barre. 122tf ESTATK OF NORMAN McLEAY. bushels oats, chains, whitTIetrees, etc, Terms at time of ale. I.uneh at noon. .Moiuiav, xvov. zfltli, at 10 o clock. WESLEY BENJAMIN, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. "They WORK while you sleep1 Thanksgiving Specials Cal. Soft Shell Walnut, lb 35c i Krazil Mits, TTi 25c Mixed Nat, ft 30c, Roast Pork 33c, 35c, 38c j Roast Ileef, ft , 270 j Chuck Bef, ft f., 15c I Fancy Rice, two fts sc j Fancy Pineapple, Sliced, can. . 35c, 45c ! Fancy Peaches, can 45c j Fancy Pears, per can . . . 45c JtJates, jier pkg , 33c Pkg. Raisins, Grapefruit, Celery, Bananas, Apples. Few Turkey and Chickens and Fowls -all at low prices. J. G. SHADROUI, 115 South Main Street. sets, three-burner oil stove, chairs, tables, stands, two couches, lire extin guisher, milk pails and cans, mat tresses, springs; also iiO btixhcla pota toes, 200 ITis. salt pork, rive bushel car rots, quantity lard, five bushel beets, two cider barrels, three tons' hay, and many other articles not mentioned. Terms at time of sale. Saturday, Nov. 27th, 1920, at one o'clock. WM. BEEDE, Owner. D. A. PERRY Auctioneer. uffateji L j o . N mmm- MOT'"; You are constipated, bilious, and what you need is one or two I'aseareU to night sure for your liver and bowels. Then you will wake up 'wondering what became of vour dizziness, sick headache, bad cold, or upset, gassy stomach. Xo griping no inconveni ence. I hildren love lascaret too. 10, 2o, r() cents. Adv. PLAISFIELD E. .1. Rutter. optometrist, will be at Mrs. Jennie Hatnniel's Monday, the 2ilih. Call and have your eyes "exam ined. adv. At the opera house, Plainfield, Fri day, Nov. , "Tillies Punctured Ro mance," an all-star cast, featuring Charlie Chaplin, Maria Dressier and .Mabel .Norman, a six-reel feature and a one-reel magazine picture. Could a man like Charlie Chaplin break your heart? A comedy with a million side-splitting laughs. If you want to laugh and enjoy one of the lest come dies that was ever screened, lie mre to come Friday night and see this grand picture, (let your seat early as possible, as you know Charlie Chaplin always fill- the hall wherever his pic tures are shown and remember the picture is in six reels, seven in all Pickets on sale at the drug store. 30c and ihtc. Dane after the show. Good miiic. adv. CABOT At Calmt town hall Thursday eve mng. Aw. 2-. dance and promenade. :.) tn 1 a. m. AIh-ic, piano and vio lins: ;0c er couple. adv. Be Better Looking Take Olive Tablets To have a clear, pL-i iliiu brizht eves, no pimples, a feelsr? of buoyancy like chikihood days, yem rnutt keep voor bndy free from prirrus n-artes. i. Edwards Olive TabWi (a vege table tt:i;iund rr.iTed ith oiive nl) ret 00 the Lver and bowrls Lie caVsnrl virt have m tLaremu tha tfcrt. T.e one mt) a-v1 me reait. They start tSe 4je aid msxae tmsucauoo. Thai's tyExc U tXiXCS aVC aOj tZZiiaZy. Will Keep Up Road Building. Ken with the snow that has fallen in the la-t few dav it is not planned to stop work on the federal road pro- jw-t in I-.ast .Montpelier. The contrae- tor are arranging to scrap the1 snow off the road and then complete theii grave-ling. When this is done the1 j.ih will h almost erimpleted and if the frost df not bother the contractor too rnuch the shoulder will br put on and th guard rail erected, complet ing tne jnn tnis year, it tats work is carried out fle federal road pro-je-t in Vermont will be cymrleted this son. 1hr include Vtrloro, K. Chheter, Fairlee ni Willi. t'n. Obligations That Toi Iacnr mut be pid for by you or someone el-e. Will yon py for proper innr- n, or will you allow your widow and rhiltren to py f' it throng depriia tion and bifJs fcf opp-Ttofiitie thev m-fSt !ler i have hui Cnn'il t t ireoroe inarw. Naticoal Ijfe ln. In. iMulusl . S. Ba'.Ur.l, r' ti ers I ar8t, Ki5to Wok, MnTr-Ier, Vt. RU OVER HAWS HEAD Burned and Itched Badly. Lost Rest Cuticura Heals. "A scale first appeared on baby's head and then it turned to blisters that burned and itched so badly that she scratched. Then it broke out in a sore eruption all over her head and behind her eara. She was restless and could not iltrp. " I heard of Cuticura Soap and Ointment so I bought them, and after using one cake of Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment, in three weeks' time ahewaa healed." (Signed) Mrs. AbbieB. Dennis, 349 Main St., Bangor, Me., June2,1919. Beautify your akin by daily use of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcums S lul Trm Vt 1 "CsMrtra tstwrsMtwa, Dspt B. Mudra. Ku." S4Hwrr w 8pgic. 0ntrontrsi.diiAr TkJesntfe. SaVCutacwa Soap shavaa wiusowt asa. Gobble, gobble, gobble! On Thanksgiving give thanks that our expert services as welders are at your command. Think of all the many dollars we will save you through our welding process; all the time and labor, too. Then you will eat your turkey in great satisfac tion. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St. Barre, Vt. STOCK and TOOLS . At Auction As I have sold mv farm, will the stock and tools hI auction on FRIDAY, NOV. 26TII At 10 O'clock in the Forenoon on the premise known as the Tabor farm in Paj-re town on the West Hill, so-called, three miles from Barre City. 14 Head of Tuberculin Tested Cattle ;' 11 grade Holstein and Jersey cows, some fresh and others to freshen in the spring; three yearling heifers, pair, liors; good workers; driving horse, three-year-old colt, 15 hens. j Set heavy sleds, driving sleigh, ex press wagon, ugnt two-norse wagon, Stiite of Vermont, District of Waahinirton. as. Th honorable probate court for the district aforesaid, to all oersons interested in the estate of Norman McLeay, GREETING : WHEREAS, application in writinir hath been made to this court by the guardian of Norman MeLeay for license to sell the real rstate of said wart, vit., All of the rea.1 tate or aad ward situated in the Town of Barre. in said district, representing that the sale thereof for the purpose of putting" the pro reeds of such sale at interest, or tnvfstinit the same in stocks or other rea leetate, or uains the avails thereof for the benefit of said wunt as the law direct would be bene ficial for said ward. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and asslirned the 1st day of December, 1920 st the probate office in Montpelier. in said district, to hear and decide upon said appli cation, snd ordered that public notice thereof to be (riven to all Demons interested therein. , by publishing- this order three weeks suc cessively in the Barre Daily Times, a news rwncr published ai City of Barre, in said district, which circulates in the neighbor hood of those persons interested therein : all which publications shall be previous to the time sppointed for the heennir. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before Be id court, at the time and place aforesaid, then and there in said court. to object to the (-ranting of such license, if you see cause. Given under my hsnd at Montpelier. In said district, this 9th day of November, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Novll-IB.24 . ESTATE OF WILLIAM i. SO.MERVILLE LOOKING AHEAD! wake your plans In advance for a rushinir business for 1921, for indications are that business will be exceptionally (food soon after the New Year. A fine time to arrenee for that home, during- a auiet spell. We feel sure we can assist you. , One of the best residences in the city of Barre, one of the most desirable lots which affords a fine view of nearly all the city. No chance for obstruction being placed to shut it off cither. There are nine rooms finished in selected birch with polished floors, open fire place, two baths, sleeping porch, besides two screened in veranda-). The land could not be bought to-day. for $12,000. The up; ewner wishes to make sale betore January 1st and has instructed us to offer It for kes than half this amount. If you are inter ested in a really good home, this ought to appeal to you. FOcLs.AI:;P.n !": , che.P f li.mstoWn vt ' RttniU11' WH -.'" '-- i 2l3f '""."-'nner tubes. 12.0(1 ".k,.-l '"', one-naif an teed ; tire cumi-a, sz.lin: twn a?- . . " covered, 25 per cent t0 0 J:er cent discount nvr in ,1. price Auto Top 6hVp, 220 SSTTk V.' i-no-. .-, . 212W hon-r lnrh .!? Pah- worl t sirpei-ij town. K k l! Williaim - - 211tt1 wnuiiws, j. H. Manchetr p...ii.l FOR St jr .rr-: . .- ri 1 4 1 2. . 4J4 . 'iwrt Pruii s a J phimir -J, on oien MftrRh.All.-.n n ; - , 61111 sections : r.. J. "cu ten ' . v, . "" , reaoe OIOCK tli larA "nr "Ve "nd . Q"as ran-. FOR BALE- rP 1 ,h. "r w; boilers nec. in7for TJ?!'"-- t the build -.. iiuui mir nn . W11JI pumn. and -j-!l!i..I condition: nhon . . m" in U.nt Calais, Vt -urs u. js. Mann. FOR""8Ar.E-We;7il h ; 10tf nur.hr.rf u7f. V" have a few more for poultry. h " !wH Lsne Rabbit Co 88 mM j Awn,le' . 167-W. ' 88 "Wh'and Ave., phone SOUTH MAIN STREET House and barn for 11,600.00. This looks cheap, but the property is worth a good deal more than the price asked. Easy terms. Would ex change for farm. State of Vermont, District of Washine-ton, ss. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to sll pen-cms Interested in the estate of William J. Somerville. late of City of Barre, in said district, deceased. GREETING t WHEREAS, said eourt has sssUrned h 15th day of December next for examining land elk-wins- the account of the aHministra- sell j tor of the estate of said deceased and for a rt-wree of the residue of ssid estste to th lawful elaimsnta of the same, and ft-dererf that public notice thereof be given to all per sons interested in said estate hy publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, !n the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper publikhed at the city of Barre, in said dutrict THEREFORE, you are hereby nntifled hi appear st the probate office la Montpelier. In said district, on the day sasigned. tl cn and there to contest the allowance of ssid account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand this 2Sd day of November, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Nov2tDcrl- EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE in the south end. All ready for Smmedinte occupancy. A good renting property and would nuke a splendid location for boarding houuae. WILLIAMSTOWN FARM One of the best in town; practically level field of about 60 acres, amomth enongh for tractor. I-argc quantity of hardwood, probably enough to pay for the farm. Sugar place of about 1200 maples, equipped for 800 trees. Place will carry 20 cows and team and has win tered forty. Good fruit orchard. Extra gr.od eight-room house, shed and carriage house ; stock barn is 6flx4 ft With leanto for stable. Price $8,000.00. Will sell equipped if desired. ESTATE OF JANE K. SOMERVILLE State of- Vermont, district of Washington, ss. The bosjorsoie prrnate court for the dis trict aforMnfrf rt all Mwni int.MtMl in heavy two-horse wagon, sulkv plow, I the estate of Jane K. Somerville. late of City walking plow, spring tooth 'harrow, ?l$m' aid duiri-t, deceased, GREET- cultivator, two-horse spring tooth cul tivator, set Fairbanks scales, sheen WHEREAS, said eourt has assigned the ISth day of December next for examining power, two dump carts, incubator, re-j,n' l'""'in' the account of the executor fril?ertlr set work urn Ariir v ",c summausiw emu nun wnn irierau.r, act work. Harnesses, set dm- thc wU, rf rf tb, m1M of Mid ing harnesses, Single work harnesses, I deceasetl and for a decree of the sinjflo driving harnesses, quantity of ! r1,l, f said estate to the lawful claimants bay and straw, and all small tk. lf Ti Also lot of household furniture. jssid estate by publishing this order three Term at time of .ale 1 i,n,l. . ! . uceassirely rrevious to the dsy as- .... ,r . . . . V fignert, in the Parre Daily Tim u.nm. i-nuar, iiov. Oin, ai IU OCIOCK. E. A. CAREY, Owner, D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. No. 1465. This 125-acre farm is located only four miles from Barre City and two miles from Wililamstown, about one-half mile from the river road. Two-story house and two ccmfortoble barns ; a splendid producing farm, near enough to Barre so one ran work in town. 1 his farm ;s well equipped with tools, including grain s para- tor, silaee cutter, drag saw, engine m addi tion to the regular farm machinery, va?;ons harrows, etc.. etc. There is also a lot of No, X hay, over 200 bushels grain, two horses. reitered heifer, grade cow and two glide heifers, all will be included at tV&iKl.OO. You will have no difficulty in seeing the value in this proposition. beets and per 100 lb.. nd delivered Barri' "3 V." KO Mitchell Farm R. F n? I1"1 Montpelier: .11. -"""-une b rd Ma them mad, into rS.'rZ.n ' 40c per gallon: K0.J.n 7'. 82;?IIon lots, table; Pl -?..?JL Main St. 207tf n you th .I --. CIDER-We" Ion 80-gaJlon lots, "ggc call e per gul- bate back on barre . p u" xt. week- niw-readv. S,cUS B? "ONEY Package; H W , Br1n rour . w. Scott, 19 Richardson St. wnnnirnn-i-..-i- 194tf M.M. snl-tw- E. NichoSTphon, - - : mtf v P?"WCK PLANK FOR fiATtr thons.nl ?Jll hZL ..bout-fort, nye,. interested tL 82 1571J CLAPBOARDS FOR Comolll A Co. 1UR SALE . A SALE AD i!m 7tf nnlh"' m,rt"e "n.T brightini serrreTnJam" Sull""' We are always glad to show fsr.-rts arid other properties. It at all inter '--d, call on us. THE D. A. FERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY HELP WANTED MALE WANTED- First-class surface cutter man at once; Carpenter A Barton, Inc., Platts- burgh. N. Y. 214t3 FOUR MEN WANTED To cut logs, good board snd good pay; R. J. Miller, Rirker Mills. Vt. 208U2 WANTED 25 Good Woodsmen Can Use Experienced Men Only. THE C. E. A F. O. BURT CO.. STOWE, VERMONT. t J 7fll0Pf OUlPUTQJaRTfJOfaMILLIOMDflliyj nea. a newspa per publshed at City of Barre, in aaid dis trict THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate ofFce in Montpelier, in sid district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account - if you see cause, and to establish yonr right ss heirs, legatee and lawful rlain-.tnu to said residue. t.ivfn under my hand, this 2Sd day of November, 10. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Nov24Deel- 214tS WANTED Government file clerks, Barre examinations December 8, 1920. 1S40 year, sample questions free; Franklin In stitute. Dept. 4S'0-J. Rochester, N. Y. 205t26 TEAMSTER WANTED Also a few ton of hsy for sale; apply to N. M. Nelson, Z4 Merchant street. Tltf PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER" bowland bldg. SURGEON DENTIST TH0 J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Prartice limited to Diseases of Infsnts and Children. Office hours : to 10. I to 4. 7 to 8, and by appointment. Room IS. Mile Granite Block, Tel. CS2-R. LARSON and WELLS ARCHITKCTS AND KXOIXEEns HANOVER. N. H. DON'T FUSS VHH Musterole Works Without the Blister Easier, Quicker There's no sense in mixing mesa of mustard, flour and water when you can easily relieve pain, soreness or stiff ness with a little clean, while Musterole. Musterole is made of pure oil of mustard and other helpful ingredients, combined in the form of the present white ointment It tsies the rtace of mustard plasters, and wU not blister. Musterole usual!- gives prompt relief from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck. asUima, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy .rheuma tism, lumbago, pairis end aches of the back or joint sprains, fore tnuycle. bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often prevents creumonia). FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CUltRIER BUILDING. BARRE, VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS ErOt!ARTFRS FOR RFIKPIE PIANOS. PLWFR PIANOS. VICTFOLAR. SONORA Tl.KrV1 MA CHINES. RECORDS, 6HF.ET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, VL PR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC THYSICIAN BLANCHARD BLDG. rbone: Office, 76i-W; Residence. TOS-R. HOWARD II.REID.D.D.S. HOLLAND BCILDINO Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis ' Thons 149-M PERRY & NOONAN UNExrrj.LFn n-NrRAL fi-rntshings nmovisnee eeretee Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square. Brr TeJ. connection. 428-W HELP WANTED FEMALE GOOD WAGES FOR HOME WORK We ned you to make socks for us on the fut, easily-learned auto knitter, experience on- neeese.ry ; we buy ail you can supply us. distance immaterial, positively no canvass ing, yam supplied, particulars 2c stamp: Deift- 804 C, Auto Knitter Co., Buffalo. N. Y. 21m WANTF.D- -Capable irir! for ireneral houee- work : Mm. E. K. Bates, & Collese tt. Montpelier, phone 5y7-W. J14tf WANTED Girl for reneral housework In smsll family, no washings ; apply by let ter to POj Bo 4gg. Bsrra. Vt. 213tf WOMAS WANTKD FOR LAUNDRY work at lire ton Hospital, Montpelier. 20.tf WANTFlfPupils nurses and attendant at the Taunton State Hospital, wars 145. 00 per month with maintenance; for particu lars address Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt. 64tt Fl'PlL NCRPE3 WANTED Young women to train as nurses at Bam Civy Hospital. Barre. 26tf W. H. G00DFELL0W PIANO TUNING Icaee orders at Goodfeliow s Jeeiry fitorm. Bsrre. T hones : Store. i-ys-W.- u - . ... Kltf DR. A. II. SMITH Osteopathic Physician Zt KEITH AVWNlt OfTx-e CInaed Satarday WE ALWAYS HAVE Just ht yon are looh'nc far tkw line' of jewelry, silverware, rut lias, etc As stationery. (wr watch and cljvk repair work rue-, Ktn4 j O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler f I Fl eTfFFT GAGE & GAGE CHIROPRACTORS Honrs Daily : m. Tueed.y an4 Thursdat-s. 2- p .m : Frcnmev, :) to S. cept Toedys and Seturdiv. Montpc lier Mondsvs. V ednwtsys, Fridays, 1 a S -Tuesdays. Tbundaya, Saturdays, 1:S0 to 12. BARRE. VERMONT rhone 2-W l .Vorth Main Street HIGH GRADE STOCK At Auction I will sell at auction on TUESDAY, NOV. 30TM At One O'clock in the Afternoon on the premises where I live in Berlin, known as the Henry I'errin frm, about one and one half mile from the Morrison farm, two milea from ISerlin Corner unci about three and one-half milos from llarre City, the following described property: 40 Head of High Grade Holsteins 18 cows, nine of which have fresh ened since Aujju't 1st, one due about time of sale, and three due to freshen in January, registered Holstein bull, balance- two-year-olds and young stock. In the lot are i daughter of a grand son of Colantha Johanna I.ad, aotne ex tra ..li.ti,. it4ii iHuula msnv hn in ..If. All tuherctilm te.ted. n. ioi i 2S.!Eai 1SKMSESS- JLli three year-old colt, well broken and awjth nnst us w tan ia ears. I. n .B. co.nl driver. Aoout wi tons 01 extra 1 A. 1. : " rwr n r lav X,, .,, nt ,A .il.w corn I chances. : C. R!ey. West Conwh. U. Peo- Ix-ina well eared, .10 basket of corn, rboiit lim biifhcls barley. 12 purebred White Inborn pullets, now' Utirg; IS purebred Hull 11 v niutb Kk pullets, and l' hens; Z0 cedar fence post. Term at time of nale. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE -Ford nWp.,,ener .clr-, ln '"O runnine condition; st Palace Garasre. tourlne Inmilre flrst-elsas condition, eood as new. 19lj ?V v.'" BboUt S'000 m"m: Wisher Farm. HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE Three-vear-nld mare colt. nsS Arabian: fdrs. Frank Bailey. 21Stt 1600; W. J. Chamberlain, 40 Elm St. Brrt 21St3 FOR SALE-Drivin sleuth andsin:le; double runner traverse sleitrh : Phone U 4-W. H. A. Phelps Co. 212t run. mi,mo sletjrhs. pair light tra. p siras ana oox ; ti Maple Ave.. Mrs. S. S. Smith. Zllt SLEIGHS OF ALL SORTS DELIVERY SLFIOHS. SPRING SLEIGHS. FORE-DOOR SLEICfTS OLD COMFORT SLEIGHS. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. COLTON'S PLACE 4 Sute Street Montpejier. Vermont The Furnace With a 7-Inch' Cold-Air Space Especially deaiirned and constructed to meet New England condition. All size in stoc k Free inspection of your house and prompt installation. Why shiver through another winter T . MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Telephone 140 Oranre Co. Telenhsn A GOOD BUY on harneM. fcxtre value. Every strar iruaranteed. Double farm harness at only fS6. Some rood sarond-hand harness, both mule and double. wrk or drive. A little h will move them. Extra set driving reins, black or russet. Come and see. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 14 Orsnre Co Telephone LOST AND FOUND LOST Punch of keys between fir station end Bumham's mesulow ; will finder rplease leave at this office. 214U LOST - In Oroton, Nov. i. a medium sised rabbit hound, white and tan with black spot, collar with owner'a name and ad- rims ; finder please notify D. Camanieci, ',t Summer SC. Barre. 21lt3 FOUND An auto crank : owner can have by payinc 'or ailvertisinc M limes office. iltti LOSTTrod.rs. a femsle collie and half bred, both tan and white, female answer so " Bcs : notiiy I- Mnttn, Barre, It. u. I. phone S9-1S. IlSt STRAYED INTO Ot R ENCLOSURE Hol stein yeariina heifer: swsrr can have um by psytna chanres. K. H. BlarlretL Plainfield. Vt. 21J13' I0St9 pies telephone. WANTED LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE Thirty nice ehoata, weurhinr . fmm 10 tn Ml lbs. each : J. A. Commntr. R. F. D. 2. Barre, phone 4S-M. 214U FOR SALE A par of s.i-yesri-old " Hot HARVEY J. DODGE. Owner '"'TZ.JlT ZT "T Ln TU. H. Mchter. Randolph, Vt. tl4t. D. A. TERRY, ABCtiooeer. more imm why yen shield send to a re. FOR SALE A few rood cows, recently inhte bouee. I caa ncewaiiy say 1 aewr t frasnenea. aam res rr-uierea rtouteia POSITION WANTED As noueever by merned Isdy. one so 12 years old. refer enow rSned : Mrs. Susie Lasrransvt, R 1- n i.sic vt 2 1 sty" Tuesday. . n-Bi wAvrrrt imk 1 i iimii t. Nov. .i"th. at one oiloi'k sharp. " I 4w. but we didn't eipect they would MISCELLANEOUS BRING YOUR BUTCHERING TO TUB Sabin farm : I am prepared to dn butcher, ina- of all kinds on Tuesdays. Wednesday nd Fridays, no delivery and no phone, satisfaction ruarasteed; J. C. tioodepeed. R. F. rr 2. Barre,Vt. 214 GOING AWAY? LET ME PACK AND crate your household roods, rates rpaMtn- able: Charles Stewart dough. 88 South Main street, phone 2f$-M. Sister PHONE YOL'R ORDER EARLY FOR sweet cider for your Thanks irivinr din ner, delivered In city in five-irallon lot or more. 60c per gallon; I hone 36S-W, F. K. Bailey. 2Uut DANCIVG CLASSES STARTED KOW Join anytime, private instruction by ap pointment; call at 172 Main street, phone 18-M. lSsrtl GENERAL AND LONG DISTANCE TRUCK ING Also equipped to tske partis; call (04-M. 14ttf WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY Second-hand t.' Am 1 start a graoite business ; phone 13-W. Barre. 214U WANTED TO BUY Subject to test, thirty new milch eowe and nearby icrinnis. Guernseys and Holsteins. must be of evlra quality and in rood eonditioa; John F. Ren jamia. Barra, phone lus-R. 2(i5rf WANTED TO BUY Live poultry; apply to E. E. Perry, t hone 8SS-W. HOUSES TO RENT fhsd ass dissatisfied shipper AU fvrs heidjbull raives. II and month o4d. all tuber. Lmku IV 4rs subject to retura. If you 'cul ia tooted : A. Farquhar. Eat HiU. 20tf i-.v tie worth nr more orne me and ' ' 1 ' TENEMENTS TO RKNT -One of tax rtwrns, mill rail " yw- Vours fr busineea. C. L. la e s p IVn FFMAIF IIFT P Krierewce. any lnlt 1 . - -" 2141 .bf-N OR WOMAN WAnTtU Ralary Itl TV an Hour snare time, selling guaraatd bwlei-y to wvafwr, esperiewco sth. SOLE AGENT FOR POSlON AMERICAN" &c DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In kvna M. M ks Buildiaar Tyrrhene 4 eonei two OFFICE HCU aas as 1 2 m. aod 1 -a . 4 Bvsa. Moroay. Toar. Tbanar aad Fnass PIANO TUNING B ARrtil R K.T.ED rfX : TEIJ.rHOVE r R. MOT rEL!ERLove r4rr st buty's Mesw hot and roid water, cellar, r- Silver. Plainfield, Vt. one o4 roor mm., two f eix tn hr state. arly to F. D. Berkley. Par St .... vrn. B. . j,nJ UH ..I full time. nMst fc-V, . iiMf .1 . . .1. . u t ia-uaraatd TO RENT-A sevefi-room cotlAer. tpo a Fusaey. Suuth Msan SC. up two f wht. nncosry . ouaranteeo auu. jorrwtirwn. lr.jr-ro.-a lesnseM; Mrs. J. T. tai. ' 1 1JU fa- lltte" hsn. 44 I srk Si, rmr i:-W. 2 ;ttf 1 w ANTED" TO "RFNT A " farm with sterk j HELP WANTED Young men .nd wuom-o t FOR KFNT-Ooe svJun srsed aad 000 Tram one lo r r years: addr larre u 1 ssMfit, hvk m gaod rrmir. sp - Ttn-o orTiee rial trrle f "r the winter: A. A. Boree. 21tf ..i-rrn u 1 LA .. . f - - onered to otte4 ur TO KIM-NM'I asoomeen oa Ipper HTl t brre. Hlml rtl rw piOT foe .rr,T t H-rnsl. W sterwey. Vt li 1 1 -' ' " wwmj.iFw. nvqwire OS Tn?eT ..... . ' - n- f rrti Jsclijui. 2.Hf M.ifela. Vt. TO RFNT-fr-'.rs tcaemer at 4 East : AVTFD A"l kiadsrf sb rointinr, sorb ; (1R4(ZE -r, - k take ansitios a rteHtaats at tbe Vee t . 4, 1 i mr ctaie 11 . pit! inr vne uMne as wo 1 trbry ; to tKwe who eWtne. a oriportuait ofTered to ottena aisrwo teamng course; ntf 1 are. Ps.-re; Tel. ' 9-z: o u wovdwerth st t oe aetwiOT.iMt. se-iena. vsrena and ewo CaiT K-tera. fbaw l-f fm to Iraw moos o -e; Reary Brm-. inlM t,art.tM.M,','M. r.aer. 4S Itetb Maia s'- I ifiro tfl tit pijers tr B a Vt. r Vo-" : epp r i or b-je at eotral street. A B srse-. Se, f. jrm, Tt Jtf wVTED Or. rr tee famohed ,iv.-t - . w . - ' oik or w.l list bsssrd; wrne ts f t. w 1. m , .. ., .4 ,. L. e- Trme aVw. U7t f-l-l bp twH M St-wt, ate o- i. iev ii is wl-T i-yi we-t-es , tT" NTt Oew, W. HUtM. 44 tr'-.tw it w; t. j r . r. v r k. E-i. The tat TKvr ls-tfiin m v krc must be ril ori f.r He. 2 fiTe KriJav, Xm. 25, t sae d crmttt x, ; am rnt of rr llcrt inn. After that date, u t-. ; tv. i..!. -1 t.- MtT.. Us. L. l mjX, Uil liV.