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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921.
i ABOVT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. I Bonninpton is consiiferinp; the forma tion of a chamber of wrnmercc I Bellow Kails coal dealerg have an minced a drop of $1 ft ton on coal for medial a, delivery, prg, stove and nut each selling for $15.25. ' J III III ! UN-"-- ; Yee Yinjr, 14. son of Ye Ten, laundry iroprictor, in the first (.'liinene youth n attend Rutland schools. He arrived in this country two weeks agOfrom Canton, China. Tn trying to catch a colt which was running loose about the yard, J. A. Schillhammer of Jericho received three . nrokcu Pos, a DroKen tower jaw aim : filler bnd injuries. . The Cyrus Jennings place of 150 acre, on the shore of Lake Hortonia in Brandon, has been bought by Roy B. Adams and Price B. Kngle of Phila delphia, who purchased it for a Prot estant boys' camp. In Amsden last week Leonard Gard ner discovered a gold watch lying in the river under two feet of water. It was lost last summer by Frank Gould and had lain in the river all winter, but is in good running condition. Fire that caused a damage oft about $10,000 destroyed one of the finest yhouses on . the Chittenden farms in South Burlington Thursday morning, totally destroying the furniture of two families who occupied it, Joe Gowette and Wesley Ross. The men are em ployed on -the farms. Mrs. Gerald F. Prouty of Bellows Falls has a lemon with a circumference of 13 inches one way and 13 the other, w ji 7,r3n;,; Th " home. It weighs two pounds. Th.s which grew upon a lemon tree m her the only' lemon she lias had the luck to crow, but the tree is covered with bud, which, when they blossom, fill the room with their fragrance. With the approval of the state hiph way department, the contract for the construction of a concrete highway in North Bennington will be awarded to the Fred T. Lev company of hpnng field, Mass., the lowest bidder, for $86,182.97. There was ouly one er mont bidder, a Bennington man, al though there were bidders from every New England state and one from New York. 1 William Dennie, a blind pianist of St. Johnsbury, died Wednesday in a hospital there of cancer of the throat. Mr. Dennis had been blind nearly 00 years, losing his sight as a result, an attack of measles when he was four years old. He attended the Per kins Institute for the Blin. in Boston y and became a professional piano uner fend a skilled pianist and organist, traveling all over the country. Of late years he had been more Veluetant about playing, but as he went about - the streets 01 rt. .lonnsnury ins oinia ness seemed very little handicap. Water Seepage Caused Trouble. Brattlebord, April 2. Trouble with the penstock leading from West river to the power plant of the iwin Mate Ca & Electric Co. at the company's dam in West Dummerston led to an in vestigation yesterday and it was found that seepage through a granite wall near the intake of th penstock had undermined the penstock, allowing it to sag in the middle and cause a leak, the seepage is due to a defective joint in the masonry. The penstock, which is under 15 fpet of earth, is being uncov ered, and it is probable that a coffer dam will be built around the headga'te, to -keep out the water, and that the wall will be rebuilt. ; " The company has contemplated put ting in a new water wheel and a new generator, and it s not unlikely that thia will be done while the penstock is out of commission, which will involve an outlay of $10,000 or more. SOUTH RYEGATE Alex J. Smith was in St. Johns bury Thursday to have an X-ray pho tograph made of his foot, which was injured some time ago at his granite cutting ened. Mrs. A. Anderson is enjoyinar a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Rose Thilbrook, 'in Boston. Miss Corine Samuelson of Welles ley is spending the Easter vacation at her home in gouth Kyegate. , Mrs. J. L. Hooker was in Montpcl ier Tuesday. Mrs. Noble Love and her eon, Ken dall, of Barre Spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Beabon, sr. Charles Green, a former resident of the place now living in Lancaster, N. H., is working at present on the fames Beaton Granite Co. quarry on Blue mountain and boarding at R, E. Stearns.' Monday of thia week the mercury stood at noon at f58 degrees in the sun and 70 degrees in the shade. Tue-day rtnorning, 18 hours later, it stood at fl degrees at the same place, which goea to show that everybody ought to 1 satisfied a part of the time. Mr. and Mrs. William Stephen va ' rated their house on Pleasant street Tuesday and are domiciled at the home , ; of their daughter. Mrs. J. M. McKia-! non, for the present. Mrs. W. S. Farquliarson has been ! very low for the pat few days. She is j being cared for by Mies Mabel Coi of ' Newbury. j Louis Candin moved into the Stephens .house the first of the wek. having ; purcnasen the property some tune ago.' ! R. Zamphieri has moved from the ' ' Frank Rosa house to the hmae va-, rated by Mrs. (iandin. j Mrs. (t. W. Darling spent several ! days in Montpelier this week, returning! with Representative Darling at thr , close of the session Friday. j A largely attended dance was given in grange hall Thursday evening, with Cill-erts orrhetra of White Rier .1 unit ion furnishing the mu.ir. Miss Marjorie Tewksbury enter-1 tained Miss Dallas Fraer and Mis I Margaret Lsckie of Kat Ryegate. , school frieniN, thi week. Miss Mamie Rnuhan and her niece,' Helen Till.tu, retnrned Friday f rotn j a visit at St. .tnhnhury. Miss fieorge of WrlU Hirer i er"d inc a part of her vaati-n with Mis (rladvs tiray. The annual rnncregs'ir.r.al nseetiaf of the l". P. hnr. h was lield at the etry last fiti.mj (Friday t f.iloweJ 'by a social hour and ma Ie Vuar treat. I CABOT COW TEST ASS'N. Record for the Month Ending March 31 Given, The following table gives the names and record of the cows in the Cabot Cow Tertinir association which have produced" more than 40 pounds of but- terfat or 1,000 pounds jtl mills during the period ot 30 days ending Aiarcn dt 1921: , Owner of cow. W. I. Abbott . W. f. Abbott'. It. A. White . . C. H. Austin . C. H. Austin . C. II. Austin . C. II. Austin . A. V. Mackay A. W. Mack-ay - Brd. of cow. ...O. J. ...R.J. ...G. J: ...G.J. . . M. J. . ...R. J-f ...R.J.' ...G.J. . . .. J. ...G.J. ...R..T. ...G. J. ...G.J. ...O.H. ...G.H. ..R.H. ...R.H. ,..R.H. ...G.H. , . .G.H. , . .R.H. ..R.H. ..G.H. ..R.H. ..G.H. ..G.H. ...G.G. Lbs. milk. 1,040 H.'iO 854 8B0 7lt 833 875 964 1,000 854 1,000 1,132 1,244 1,12 1,025 1,528 1.278 1,382 1,244 1,110 1,47.1 Ofll 061 1,238 007 1,058 1,022 h. J. now . . I jj A- Blain J. (1. Chandler J. G. Chandler P. C. Glidden P. C. Glidden A. J. Smith . A. J. Smith . . A. J. Smith . . A. J. Smith . . A. J. Smith . . A. J. Smith . . A. J. Smith .. A. J. Smith .. A. J.. Smith . . A. J. Smith . A. J. Smith . . IT. J. Tebbetts Seventeen ci iw owned by Smith produced 738.8 pounds of butter fat for the month, making an average of 43.5 pounds of butterfat per cow. N K. W. Sargent, official tester, W. I Abbott, secretary. I SOUTH ROY ALTON Mrs. Walter Hubbard was in dolph Tuesday.' Miss Laura Robinson of Sharon lP'-'Wina with her sister at is Tio,i,i r.n,,'. Mrs. Theodosia Mason's. Homer Russell went to Randolph on business Tuesday. Wright Hewitt is home from his school work in Exeter, N. H. W. P. Hubbard, who has been in Barnard assisting F. E. Allen in sug aring, returned home Wednesday. Elmer Doyle is home on a vacation from his work in Holy Cross college. (iladys Burnham returned Wednes day from her two weeks' vacation spent at her home m ytiechee. Rev. O. Ernest Robbins, general sec retary of Vermont Surulfty schools, is to occupy the pulpit of the Methodist church Sunday.' Constitutional Supplies. One day as Prcaident Lincoln was leaving the executive mansion!, he was accosted by an old negro dressed in tatters and" carrying an empty basket. "Am you de president, sah?" "Yes," said Mr. Lincoln, "what can I do for youf' m "Well, you see, Mistah Lihkun, I'se from Virginia an' I'se' a mighty poor man. I hear dat dere is some pervisions in de constitution for de eullud man, an' Fee here to get some ob deui, sab." Boston Transnript. Advice For Mothers Elmlra, N. Y. "Dr. Plerce'a Fa rorite Prescription did. wondera for me." During ex pectancy I suf fered " with ner vousness, indiges tion and sick stom ach; anything I ate would cause all kinds of dis tress. I was ad vised to take the Prescription' and was much im proved by the time I bad taken one bottle and It was not. long until I was feeling healthy and strong. " MRS. BESSIE! STAPLES, T15 German Street- All druggists sell the "Prescrip tion" In liquid or tablet form. SATURDAY SPECIALS Fine Granulated Sugar, 10 lb. for -88c 3 lbs. Whole Rice, for 20c 4 lbs. Broken Rice for. ...20c Rolled Oats, 10 lbs. for. . . .40c Com Meal, 10 lbs for 35c Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz. . .33c Pure Lard, per tb 18c Evaporated Milk, per can.. 14c Campbell's Soup, 3 cans for 35c Campbell's Beans, 2 cans . . 24c Cream of Wheat, per pkg. .?8c Malt Breakfast. Food, pkg., 28c Fresh Western Beef at low prices. T. C. McCarthy & Son : 107 South Main Street Tel. fl-J Shelltex Shur-on The lst Cp-to-Date Glasses at MAGOOVS for $7.00 (Including Examination) Consisting of large Shelltei Rims. fherical Ijensea. Hld Filled Brides. K! S:de Comfort Templet and a Spwtaole t ase. All p's isfac ion. warranted te prr sat- DR. C. II. MAGOOX The Fejeh hjieciaiet 7 Worta Maia St, Barre, Vt. (Opposite the r. D. Ladi Ce ) The i ...... . v .. . " Lbs. '5 lASfca 1 I -ym 'vTiIa wTk . ' ;.; r-n.nw v i .t , rw t aw . ' i - r-g hip i FREE TO ACTUM A CITCCCDUDC A j 1 HM AoUr r lKLKd .. . , . . , . , . five axuti ui meiuuu insi Aiiuav Can Use Without Discomfort or Loss of Time. We have method for the control of Asthma, and w want yon to try It at our expense. No matter whether your ease is of long standing or recent development, whether It is present aa occasional or chronic Asthma, you should send for a free trial of our method. No matter in what etimat you live, no matter what your aire or occu pation, if you are troubled with asthma, our method should relieve yen promptly. We especially want to send it to those nnir inl.lv Inn n twis pmumm. k,m all fnnM of Inhalers, douchea, opium tfrepa rat Ions. fumes, "pa teat smokes," etc., Itave failed. We want to show everyone at our expense. that our method destined to end aU dim. cult breathln. all wheeling, and all those terrible paroxysms. inie iree mer is uto important us neeieci i single day. Write now and begin the method at once. Send no money. Simply mail coupon below. Do It To-day you do not evea pay postage. FREE TRIAL COUPON FRONTIER ASTHMA CO., Room 491 N.. Niagara and Hudson Streets, Buffalo. N. Y. i Send free trial of your method to: NEW SHOES Our spring line of shoes are In nd all ready for your io spection. Come in nd look them over.' Mboe are cheaper. . Lee & Clara B. Shortt Marthfield, Vermont SALE FOR TWO DAYS FRI DAY AND SATURDAY Pillsbury's Best Flour, sack $1.45 Berf Steak, per tb ....... 25c Roast Pork, per lb 27c Sliced Pork Chops, It) 28c 3Qc Rolled )atg, large pkg. . . 25c Malt Breakfast Food, pkg 20c Pillsburv's Bran.- per pkg. 7 bars or Castile Soap for Campbell's Beans, per can 14c; 2 for Ladd'tj Cream Bread .... Salt Salmon, lb 20c! 25c 25c 13c 15c Call at Monser Deep 102 Seminary St. And you will have your money 's worth 8nd more besides. Paseenar aereiee fraaa Beataat Ltetrpasl MSIM Aarfl II Kiss CASTAL1A May 14 Nee ASSYRIA Jasx II Smm New Tr ts Tmaa-e. tarliaaiatM Mtl RFTAM Apt. 7. May II. Jews AQI ITAMA Al. II. May 1. May 14 BLRENGAR1A ApL 14. Jasw I. J.ae 14 New Tark la Laearpaal f.lmviA. Al. 14. May IT, J.re CAROM A... April 14. Jaae I. Jly I New Tart te Lea4WeWry A Ciaaeaw AIGfRI I. Apl. , Vay 14 OI I MRU. .Art. II. May JI. J. l CAMCRt.MA lei . Jaae I. Jaly I New' Teak ts riyaaaatfc. CJssrkswrt. asaaare AXONIA ....ApL 14. Jaae t. Jaly 14 FOKElfsN DRAFTS MONEY ORDERS Br Letter ar CsWW Eaciie). Irelaad. Scotia a 4. Italr. Fraaae. Pe.rtrtaJ, H lard, Belrinm. Greece. Cun.ird Steamship Co Ltd. 126 State SU liostcn, 1 Or End of a Perfect Day l We pay highest market price in American money for Italian money or deposits certiUcittes t 1. - n ju icuir. ui 1VUJ11C L. E. PECK, 188 Main St., Burlington, Vt. Do You Want to Sell Your Farm? If so, list it with the Western tales, Agao! on of the la reset in America. B. H. Adama. Atrk. . ... . J 5?" ' Y Chelsea, Vt . "ow, ' '""m' r' Mutual Life Insurance to. of New Yvk. Mone pener. . , B. H. Adams. Agt.. Cheisos. Vt Is your fire insurance satisfactory f If not the Green Mountain Mutual will writ a policy that will suit you. B. H. Adams. Agt. j Chelsea, Vt B. H. Adams, Auctioneer, CHELSEA, vt. TRAGEDIES Th man speeded up to see if he eould beat the train to the crossing-He COULDW'TColumbia State. The man struck a match to see if the yasolioe tank in his auto was empty. ' It WASN'T Cincinnati Enquirer. The man looked dow n the barrel of hit frun to at if it was loaded. It WAS-KUrlotte News. The man touched an electric wire to we if it was alive. ' 1 It WAS Kodak Park Bulletin. The man didn't bother to put on safety gogples. because "there wasn't any use." There WAS Safety Xews. The man tourhpd the blades of an open knife twitch. NEVES AGAIN. Get your automobile policy here. J. W. DILLON KsUkllallesl I til. BOLSTER SLOCK. BARM VERMONT rj friendly mi I7V todsy PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. .owtAND bldg. SURGEON J. A. MacCaskilL M. D. Prwetire limited to Dtseasea of Infants and Children. Offlr heurs to It, I ts t, 7 to . aad by appoiBtaneut. Room It. Miles Granite Block. TeL MZ-K. DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTTOPATKIC PHTSinAH BLANCH A RD BLDO. Pbooea : Office. TOt-W ; Eealdessea. TOt-aV DR. IL H. HUNTER G AGE '& GAGE - fTTTEOrR ACTORS Hears: Moaay, Wednesday and FH-taa. Is II a a. I D ts I a n; TWoay. Ttrarsday aad Saturtay. 2 to I p m Moat, pi-e: Mamday. WdBwday aa4 Friday, f to t f- sa.; Tuesday. Taanday aad ttatarv say. If tr 1 2a. sa. JtRE. VrRMONT Paane '?-W 14 N'orta kvs Street DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN " OSTEOPATHIC THYSICIAN OftV '"K Roam ti. Mies Buil4iaji , Tnh. . emff fwrsst iia.iiastiiW 4 as. Mas-skag. Xesdag. Taarsdag aad Fi-mbs , estate op emilt halvosa. Vermont. District of Washington. . 1 .iSLTsr iElaA I te estate of Emily Halvosa, late of tha C'hy of Barre, In said district, deceased, liKKKTING: WHEREAS, said court has assumed tha 28th day of April next for examining I and allowing the account of the administra I tor of the wtata of said defeased and for a j deere of the reMdue of said esttite to th. lawful claimants of the same and ordered that pubie notice thereof be Kiven to all per. i sons interested in said estate br publishing HhrZ TivrZrTXS 1 Imea, a newspaper published at us city of Barre, in snld district THEREFORE, you are hereby notified t appear at the nrobate omce in Montoeiier. ) In said district on the day aasimed, t) en account If you see cause, and to establish your riaht aa heirs, legatee and lawful c.im,nis to said residue. . Given tmder my hand, this 1st day of April 1921. FRANK J. MAUTIN. Juris?, Apri2--l COMMISSIONERS' NOTICK. ESTATE OF ELLLA OWEN BRINK. The undenuaned, having been npiKiintel i by the honorable probate court for the die- trict cf Washington, commissioners, to re-1 reive, examine, aad adjust the rla.'ms and I . . , . . . ! demands of all nersons ee-lnet th- tet rf E'm Br'?k' UUi of Tr".oi ?!" ,n aaraire, and three aeres of tillable land, can . . 12" f"-. !jut"cti ofaea. and all claitna ex- purchaaed at a great saeritVe much ECCS FOR HATCHING From fceevy laying; hibited in offset thereto, hereby rive notice eMl tnan (t has ever been offereil before. ' Keeler-Renrsl-Doiras strain of White Wy that vr wOl meet f,,e the t""Tose aforesaid if yo(1 wnt , .oo.00 rlare for about ! rmioUes : 13 tor 11.00; W. J. Dineen, tel. at the offiee of A. C. Dickey in the one-half that amount- Let us show this Itt9 town of Barre tn said district, on tha 2Ird to you. i . ., . ..,,.,. - .,. ..... , day of April snd 26th day of Jul, nest.: ,W DAY OTO CHICKS-Fine otility strain S. from 1 oclock P; m.. until 4 eloek . P. i Hall stWt house of seven rood room,. I .C- ....'"t.r T5fr,.I!lr: m.. on earh of sa d davs and that six months from the 27th day of January A. D. IS? 1. Is the time limited by said court for ssid creditors to present their aims to us for eiamination and all' ' ance. Dated at Town f Barn, this 2th day , of Msrrh, A. D. 1!S1. I AI.HERT ('. DICKEY. I GEORGE H. HUTCHINS, Commissioners. Apr2-9.lt , WOOLEN CLOTH- i Direct from MILL at MILL PRICKS. Suiting for MUX and BOYS. A nice line for I'RIN'C COATS, .SUITS ami SKIRTS for WOMEN and MISSES. Also Woolen Shirtings. Any length cut. Write us fur FREE SAMPLES. t ASIIl'KI)T WOOLEN CO.. Oilsum, X. H. Indian, Iver Johnson Pope and Col umbla bicycles, also second hand ones. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St, Barre. Vt HEININGER" DENTIST 9 DR. FANNY T. CARLETON osteopathic rnvsiCT.w 21 HIGHLAND AVE PHONE 44I.M Out of Town Wednesdays and Saturday. PERRY & NOONAN t'NEXcri.I.m FUNERAL FURNISH1NOS Raapltal AaibsJasa Bervtra Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square. Barre TeL 426-W DR. A. H. SMITH Osteopathic Physician tf KErTH AtTNX OrnVw CVwed Sa tarda re WE ALWAYS HAVE Juet what yms are looking for ia tas Ita a sewelry. sileerwatia. cat gatsa, etc Aas I ! II " 1 j rrars rwir vers geahr- -. , , . anteed. "ivou live. Vnn!t tt. Natir,.! Life n t e-.nr. . . . kj. a. mjLfviL.. me jeweier u nx rmnrr SOLE AGENT FtiE Btiil'JN AatXUCAJT ; Three Lines for 25c The Times will cMfcllsh Wante Vtmt snd Found. For Sale. To Let, etc. short adver. tisements at the rata of three lines fo twenty-five cents for the fret insertion and ten cento for ah eutwequett Insertion. FARMS FOR SALE FARM FOR SAI.E-Known" aa "the'ReaV. six miles to Barre: six room house, ell and i ai ni, inrcn mile, iium isimieiu tHnn, shed i barn, workshop ; eighteen acres, . ix j paeturlng: exchange fjr village house or sell, ; FOR SALE To settle an estate : The I. W. Bates farm, one mile from East Barre, 276 acres, irood hulldiiigs, runninar water at house and barns, tillage land operated by tractor, la rife fruit orchard, large sugar place ami timber lot. A pleasant home and a money maker: also will sell in large or small lots a quantity of pressed hay. E. R. Davis, Admr., Barre, Vt. 06eod'J tUK sale, si) acre farm, M muea iram Montpeltcr ; reason for selling, have other b'ms to take care of; "nee right if taken at once; Peter Lucie. Tel Montiwher 406-4. FOR SALE Small place a little more than a mile from WflHamntown on Chelsea road; inquir. of llii. Martin. WillianwtoT.; FARM FOR SALE 85 acrea tillaire and pasture; 800 sugar trees, some fruit, good gavel bank for road work; good buildings newly shinitled; never failinir spring water at nouse ana Darn i wooa ana iumc farm; on stat road; 2'4 miles to churcn, store and R. R. station ; V F. Xi. and tele- phone: would rent if not sold before May, 1st; enquire of Mrs. Eunice M. itoberU, Northfteld Falls Vt. lStlii iOO-ACRE." EsOW-FARM-Stocked and , tooled miles to Montpelier. buildintrs in- aured for 16.000: barg-aln S5.860. $1,000 , down: also -famUy blk at Montpelier, ,1-! ways rented : will trade for farm ; Gallant, ( 18 Charles street, Burlington, Vt 12tS emu wlnt 'iftmi rnn r vln n,,. lin. 10 minutes' walk from trolley line Benjamin's Falls, plenty of lumber, good) buildinas. 22 cows, pair homes, (arm ira chinery, etc., must he sold at onte or will, trade for house in Barre : inquire of Vic- I tor Stacy, R. D. t, Barre, phons S68-6 Mont pelier. 05tf 6RATIF1 HOME-WISH ? t4SK PERRy Hi She wished for a home of her own long before she thoujrht of gettjrur married. 1 When you married her, she was sure her was lo come true. Mow,, why have you put it oil ? If you earn enough j money to pay the rent, we can explain to j you how you ran make her horoe-witsh come true. i For the next few days we are making nA..l rnrm nn IK. fn.1 1 noil.,.. u i n, tun -. . . . in.,. . wnu ,i.7t t a. 111 vww. nwwiDii, line ,i . i . i i- .rA. i.t t w.u.. nrf .11 H for ntmtAimlM could not be built for double what tt can be bouaht. Immediate aale price $1450.00. Thia home is In s aood central localon arith good surroundinsa. Summer street property, Tt is not often that we eaji oiler such' a valuable piece of real estate at anywhere near the pric Consists of a ten-room house. dividi-J in ;Se B MOW CAN YOU g HER. HOME-WISH ? j i tenement which rent readillTt lUoTr ! ir,00 - FOR SALE - 11500 -m,.i,rh mrrh nn tmnt .M T.. -Z. in South Barre. hous. of tra lota, one of which affords a fine rar - rienl and ia of rjmsiderahle ealua . ia ample roora for another house. By ov- cupyins one aide and ren tins' the ' r -er. rooit. home ana a gnoa invra-meut blned. If later. Ton dn-lcierf to nrvrf.. . cottage, rent the entire houae and bnlld on one lot. 1 he owner ia leavine the city and ia anxious to make a quick sale ao has priced the property to mot it quirk I y. Nearly two acres of and with this ten room house and barn and the location ia so con en lent to all parte of the elly. beinf only about two minutes' walk from the city building and carllna. The house baa recently been put in good shape by paparvig and painting : Is nlnely arranged for two families, and with this fine oiere of land which lays warm and is early, a fine income can be derived. Good chanre to keep poultry. Get the habit of rais ing your own veftetablea. After four crock and Saturday afternoons there ts plenty of time to look after them, or if you have boya. it srivea them a chance to help. This is cheap at lsou.00 and can i he bought on easy terms and t per cent interest. FOR SALE 160 acre farm two and one half miles from Barre City to be sold 'I to close the wtata) of the late Henry Paine. Thia farm is known as the Al bert Reed place in the Wheaton neigh-1 borhood and haa always been considered ' one of the best producers in the town. ) There are about 60 acrea in tillage, all I in good state of cultivation; produced I neariy 60 tons of hay last eeaaoei. The ! I tillage land lays well. Is early, and will I nine any kind of crops grown in this I section of Vermont. Good fruit orchard and sugar place, besides a quantity af growing aoft wood ; never failing water the farm will carry 20 raws, young stock and team: is located near graded aehoot j and only two and one-half snilea from the , ety. There is an SO-ft. basement bsrn j , also a arood building which with a I Ule : repairs could be made into a good eoro I fortable house. Price is eeily I SHOO On. Vou will want to look this aver. For full i particulars enquire at the D. A. Perry tteal ICS late Agency, or F. C. Bancroft, Admr. Most of the above, wronertiea arc ready for immediate Occupancy and now ia Uia time to get located. Po ntS lose sight at the fact that wa art hesukiuartere farms. I We Hava Sold Ovwe tO.000 Fansts ta Date Neliiafeeaadaewatbwaicriafes. Yee Sy asew i im isaiiiia niilj T'TT Vnle E. A. Strout harm Agency Cifnmunleate With 1. i. PASHNEB, Agent. Howlaad PUck Teteroie fT, Barre. Vt. Annuit:e Alleviate OlA A(e. ind rrake life t,sv a di i. n-l. A fUe 1 i In. I . i'(i,.. S S Ili'I.ri f n- : ' . ... . . rr" -T , , - tfr J. ig'T, kcl ag'BU Your Farm SP HELP WANTED MALE START - A rircBBlng, cleaning and dyeing establishment, big fronts, little capital : we toll you how; write fur booklet; The Kcn-Vonde System, Dept. 61. N. C. ltl WANTED Klve men" for 'work in and nrounu sawmill ; 15 pay going kc ran or write ureen iuuunuun jjumuvi v.. Middlesex, Vt Tel. 12S1-K. IStS SPARE TIME WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN You. can earn. (10.00 a week and mora by taking sutwcrlntions during spare time for the Cosmopolitan Oroun of Macastnea. I openings for a few responsible men anu For particular wrU. Desk NA. Agency Httreftu, lntrnational Mamwine Co.. "J West 40th St New York City. 16tApril2-9V SPARE OR FULL TIME REPRESENTA - ..T'v'Vril!. T"""' N."w England, now i. te time to get started for the spring ru.h, s port card will bring e particulars; t chaster, Conn. J. R ppin, Manegcr. Man - Mar26Apr2 MONTH AVERAGE Railway mall eerU nundreA, WBnter)i H po.itions free. wHte immediately : Franklin Inst ut- pept. tgg Rochester, N. Y. i(M)t26 - . , , ... j jjgj p WANTED FEMALE H0MEVVORK' -130.00 weekly, un : experi. ence unnecessary ; everything furnished ; tmi gr eased ' stamped Envelope for frK, pRrticllar, . BON-BON CANDYMAK- ERS c0 Philadelphia. Pa. 15tl" - , ,, WANTED Otrl for ,renral housework In a family of four: no wash.nirs: ood flaia cook rrai red ; apply to Mrs The.. Gisborne, No. 26 Bailey Ave. - '5t WANTED AT ONCE-A rastry cook, a irood steady job for the right wma" : Hotel Barre, J. V. Rowan, Mgr. 18t5 WANTED Kitchen woman and laundry ; woman for the coming season; Hale's i Tavern, Wells River, Vt 13tf v i WANTED Lsdy clerk whoTcan apeak Ital lan. must have store experience; write - ' to "X.." care Times office. WANTFP Capable woman for general housework, Kotyi wagea and steady em ployment to right party; address, stating age, experience and salary expected. Bot 187, Chelsea, Vermont. 2' WANTED AT ONCE An experienced girl to wait on table and attend to store trade, good wagea and steady job; apply to Pierce A Clark. Montpelier. Vt 2B9tf MALE AND FEMALE IIELP YOIJNO MEN. WOMEN-Over 17 for Poatal Mell Service: $120 month; ex aminations April. Experience unnecessary: (for free particulars of instruction, write R. i Terry, (formr Civil Service examinerl 91 Continental Bldg., Wuhlngton. D. C. lots' IfELP WAVT.IT-Youna men end women to lake positions sa attendants st the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wa tcrbury; to those who desire, an opportunity offered to attend nurse' training rourse: apply si Hosoltal. Wat.hury. Vt ltf POULTRY FOR PALE Parks strain trap-nested Barred Rocks, any a few choice settings at 15 for 1.0(1; call at fiS Maple Ave. IStfi FOR SAT.E--1S White Wyandotte yearline: hens and 1 roopt-r : Mrs. S. E. Perry, sa Maple avenue, tel. 172-W. 14tS EOCIS FOR FALE -First-cliiss winter lay ers: S. t. K. I. Ketii. fine for 13: white Wyandottes ssme price; also 8 onc-y r-old ducks snd drake. Is for lot : George Norrie, tel. 41S-Y. 9 Praeoeet Ave. 12tf EGGS FOR HATCHING From nrize storlr. of S. C. R. I. Reds Thompkin strain! ..a wm WvenHoft.. (Martin trltil is nn r-r 10C and 11.50 for 18: hahv chicks after Mr.y 10th. I2t.n0 per 100, order eeriv with SO per cent with ornW : B. F. Atherton, Watrbury, Vt, Tel. 29-8. 289tf Tens FOR HATCHING-Vermont best utility strain of White Wyanitottra, win ners at Barre poultry show a year atro, 11.00 for II: A. G. Oieton. 40 Ayers St., phone , i,rl v.. v;- , . . . 1,7 v 1 EGOS FOR BALEr-Rarred Plymout Rocha : t A!' Rennie, 20 South Main street, phone 1 227-Y. 10t2 EGOS FOR SALE From the Rtral .train white Wvandottes. 1 for $1 ; F. C. Wet- more. 4 Wsrren street, tel. 151-M. 7tl0 HOUSES FOR SALE My home 10 rooms !t"m yard heated and el trie lishted, irood with shrubbery and shade trees. I nam. hen house and arardrn : ir you are paying rent it will nay you to look tnte i ti i) ea someone eoins: to aet a bargain ; ! inouire W. L. Carr. tel. 542-M. 13tf For Sale The summer home of the late Mr. A. Ben. Marshall situated on Valley Lake in the town of Woodbury, Vt. For further par ticulars enquire of J, Bi Fair, Worcester, Vt., or Edwin T. Mar shall, 198 Seventh Avenue, North, Troy, N. Y. x FOR SAI.F. OR RENT Five room cottage good repair; newly papered and pant- cd ; in stone shed section i write to H . lite Harre limes. FOR SALE My home piece at 9.1 M. le Ave. house consists jf righ. rum and bltn "rar,e- ,d hen houae with extra lot. all hardwood finish m iri ,sinil u-aii. i if. fany finish, house built only four years: for quirk aale will aell very reasonable on eaay terms as I am leaving toes; f..- t-arta u lars inouire of Georgianna De Blots, M Maple Ave., phone tl-Y. gtf FOR SALE -Two tenement house on Main street. South Barre; also enpresa wagon; call at it South Main street, or Tel. 262-X. li SALESMEN WAN .TED rU'iK-TFIV.R.I.mn with antA: nrr man with vliinc Mptrfctnct m amtl towns and muntrv dvtriru ; nrd not b wty from hnmt nlfht ; to th rwht mm i1 w ffr hirhrrad rmfnaition. rayinr $50 utA -ci-- fit.inn 41.1 r i"i-we- ; fi .as u.if ! ' letna, v. iiii Salesmen with car earn $500 !to 1000 or more monthly selHnp HORNEBLEND AS BESTOS FIBRE FIRE RE sisTixr. 1. 1 o it i n rnr. t--t'VT- Tl U:t. a -.,Jiih small asutntity of Und with it FOLND. The highest Fradei,iIW p. n an ses no to 4x water-proof, element proof and ; lire resisting covering: ana.rnip r j prCSer ailC lUr IWIS illlU MiX- faces of .all kinds. Every i buudiniz- owner and bunder a.andaeeus. Teitoan. pro?pect. Protected territory, Commission basis; settlements monthly. Unusual opportunity for advancement to Field Man- iagers. NORTH AMERICAN FIBRE PROnrCTS COM PANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO. AGENTS WANTED Ai.EVTS-Vae $' i i we-'y ael'iag .j fa te: TV aa b-r- st-w t-me: twry. 1-arr-r. Pa. lt. ft A Silk . S. ra (wo Rea-ete: b Trrw.Ti.rt : e. .i-, r . . ai t in-i- JH'g. Ca. fi .titan. .- is. j FOR SALE SHOW CASES FOR SALE Onc 10-foot, I one 8-ft. ; also VI ft. wall case, soma mirrors, two msrbl.' hIhIm : ral at 18 Nolrh Main street; D. N. Farrand. I3tf FOR SAI,E-(.'ro-ery tore" and fixtures musi oe join at once: all clean. fh , gk t 18S South Main street. Ilt8 1 FOR SALE -One " pair good work horses anout 200 : one Cnerniiey r,-year-old cow, frhen in April; J pair irood sleds', and chains; i!50 , cash buys this bargain; Ice land Stark, Flaintleld, Vt. 14tfl FOR SAf.E ;ien wfKxi ranirewlth (ras at-' in nmeni ; in goof) condition ; A. Fasola. neiiin street, tel. 3811-R. t!tf HAY FOR RALE Also neef "cattle : Leo j et. Barre. tei. 418-M. Irnn 8itr"n ... . FOR .R.A'-E-0nty of No 1 hay ; N. M. 1 county W",,,heM' l" I FOR SA LEAs I hsve boultht-aruck, X Lm nl2 J' J?v hor. weivht 1400. and ''' j0 "here, single of double ; can ; H,i v. " 30 Hl" street, phone409-2. 6tf tVK SALE-Cedar posts, all sb.es and prices ; J. L. Bark. East MontpeVer. v.-ii-Tnune monipeiier HSS-W. 277tfi FOR SALE-'Dry' wood andlilsoTrulwrrod ' telephone 06-M. B2t FOR SALE - A preparation for rleaninn , rranite and marble monuments ; hrightwi OP the lettering and mskea the whole monu-' meat look clean and new; sna ran teed : prices " PP'l,'tion : Jn Sullivan. 114 Park Ibtt AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE A Seven Passenger Rtuda.' fciher car, new tires. A-l condition. 1917 model, looks and runs like new; write Bo 412, Watcrbury, Vt. Hta" FOR SALE Dodge To!iringCar7aH new tires snd in Al condition, also 1920 Olds.' mobile 8, seven-nasaencrcr ; call or phono L. H. Atherton. Montpelier, Vt., phone 647-M. lOtf FOR SALE One Ford car In good running order, one Overland club roadster in fln condition, one Chevrolet 490 touring car, looks and runs like new, prices -tght; call at Palace Gnrage, Barre. 297tf HORSES AND VEHICLES ' ' FOR SALE A good second hand buggy", just the thing to drive back and forth from work; inquire Chaa. Owen, South Itarre, Vt I6t2 DRIVING HORSE FOR SALE Nice horsa for woman to drive; apply to Smith. Whitcomb & Conk Co. i 16t9 FOR SALE A good work horseTweighing around 1B00 Tbe, guaranteed to work anywhere; inquire of Barquin at 48 We Patterson street. 80".'tf NOWHERE ELSE Can you find such a stock of Warrons ' and Harness as we show Wagons for Every Use Harness for Every Use VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. Oplton's Place, 4 State Street Montpelier. Vermont Buying Needed Implements Is Real Thrift and it always pays to tret the beat to fit your needs. Doinir without needed imole- ' m doing without needed food year. Vou will want to carry on the work as economically as possible ; save maxb mum time and labor produce more per acre, j cut the coat of production per bushel, per " ton and per acre. Good implements will enable you to do that Don't go into tha race crippled by worn out or inferior ma chinery. GET THE BEST TO FIT YOUR NEEDS. These are times when a farmer should be especially well equipped with quality im plements that asaure low production coats. A aet of Studebaker farm trucks is a good thrift investment. , Now In stock. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Oranire To. Telephone PRICE DROP" on Garden Seeders and Wheel Hoes ; We believe the time is right now to buy; stockSi are limited. MARSH-ALLEN CO. J. E. Telephone 14 Oranire Co Telephone HOUSES TO RENT FOR RENT OR SALE-g room house et 20 Bassett street : all modern conven iences : with barn, larpe garden and pas ture : house to be vacated April 15; for further information call 6H-M. J5t3 THREE-TENEMENTS TO RENT FOUR houses for aale, eight farms, sugar tools and silos, farm machinery for ssle: G. IL Adams, scent. South Barre. phone 327-X. 1 6tf TO RENT Four-room tenement at 819 North Main street; call at 320 North Main street. 80 1 tf TO RENT Tenement st 2 Merchant street, also four tenements on Willey street, all ia first-class shape: modern improvements! Geo. W. Mann. 84 Wellington street. Vtf WANTED TO RUY vTANTED 50 swarms honey bees: A. V. Frye. care A, L. Peabody. R. F. D. S, Marshfleld Vt. Jt! WANTED TO BUY Subject to test. " thirty new milch cows and nearby springer. Guernseys snd Holsteins. must be of exira quality end in good condition ; John F. Ben jamin. Barre. phone ius-k. -."itl MISCELLANEOUS NEV WALL TATER. PAINT, VAIJNISIT. Oil and Colors, prues is..t. -ci-vic prompt, and work guaranteed ; Ernest I . r les. fainter, iecorator ann rapernaiwr. 5n2 No. Main St.. phone 65i-M. 10tJi IIUl'SE I'AINtlNC AND PArERHANGINO . Plare your onler lor outsioe riintmg now ; John L. uouge, iou -ouin imam jm-. phone 2S4-X. 2!ft2 DANCING CLASSES STARTED NOW Join anytime private instruction by ap. pointmrnt; call at 172 Main street, poena 1M-M. WANTED WANTED -Pssturing for 12 head cattle: M. E. Bngs. Richardson farm. IStd WANTED Te lease a farm. equipped, keeving lit or 12 cows: write to E A. Currier. S Merrhant street. Harre. 15t WANTED- Party to room and board in private family: call at 12J Washington .trmt: tel. 644-M. 1MJ WANT TO HEAR FROM OWNER HAV. in. farm for aale. state rash price and fell description! John J. Black, street. Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Vermont 4t3 WANTED Work by day or hour; call st 11 North Main street. Bolster morn IS. tel. ii-W. Block. 14t :: LOST AND FOUND LOST Little fox lerrwr dc-g .liirht broB with bick face: wbit'i nam on cAliar: iwir pl notify Mri. U. anttj wi .'UaMjnt atrvet or call 14W; rpard. ltl REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE ViUae property of all kind fated. hlftrkmiti aH"r and Renerml rpar iHop wril equtpprd. a iroM Ko'ir IfTrKs. ,i"'T,Va ! Uw' or wither it, Ivioni rmc with lot m dm t ar4 tjtffid : asM four bun-ling hn mn Frmnklin tnet. n-r : "i riht or -irhanTe fw Mr rrn- rema I rj bt Call a. R. Cole and P. S. Roger;!, A-nt. marshfieid. t. : a. imm k tJJ is siMiliiil.i aA. i.fJ