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TIMES. BAHRE. VT.. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1021. THE BAItRE Dl IILY ABOUT THE STATE ii i i ' j Hppeainj of Interest frora Different Sections. Clmrlrn Allen, who Hied at his honi" in Kast Berkshire this week was 87 years old. Recent frost in East Fairfield are said to have damaged apple and plum buds, both fruit and foliage. It is expected that Springfield' new hospital will lc ready for use in July. If completed according to plans, it will cost $200,000. Ten men who are inmates of the state prison at Windsor are engaged in road work in Sherburne. The new road is four and one-half miles long. Miss Jennie Hoadley observed her 84th birthday anniversary in Fcleh villo Anril IS. She has been chaplain of Happy Thought Rebekah lodge for nearly 20 years. The body of Nelson Peters, a. Bur linoton barber, was found in the Rich elieu river, near St. Johns. Que., on Thursday. Mr. I'eters left Burlington around Raster Sunday and had been heard from once since. Three distinct explosions resulting from short circuited wires occurred on Wednesday at the power plant of the ronnffpHciit. River Power comoanr in Vernon, causing damage which will amount to several Thousand uonars. Nobody was injured. The blow-out was heard three miles away. The Congregational and Methodist churches in Franklin have federated and it is expected that Rev. Frank Peverly, pastor at the present time of the Methodist church, will be returned there by the conference and will be the pastor of the federated churches. Services will be held part of the year in each church. w Frank IT. Farr of Westminster says that each spring he places potatoes bout a stovepipe in the attic. When the sprouts get good and long, the potatoes are carefully cut and planted, great care being .exercised not to cut the sprouts. Last year he planted one and three-fourths bushel potatoes pre pared this way and harvested his crop fn July, securing therefor $73. The trAOOO breach of contract ease of Frank R. Blanchard of Rutland vs. Carl B. Hinsman, executor of the es tate of ex-Oov. John A. Mead was set tled outside of court April 28 by agree ment of attorneys after a jury had been empaneled in Rutland county court to hear the controversy. The mount of settlement is said to be $20, 000, and it is said that the Mead in terests will pay the court costs in ad dition. ; V. A. Fogg, Windsor county's farm (rnnf liavlncr resigned to accCDt a better and more lucrative position in New York state, the farm bureau has engaged C. J. Frink to succeed him. Mr. Frink has been for two years manager of the farmers' exchange of the coun ty and knows the field from association' with Mr. Fogg. Business hat begun to pick up in Springfield in some lines, the' woolen mills getting larger orders and work ing more hours. Parks 4 Woolson, who make cloth finishing machinery, are not only running full time but their men are working four night a week. Machine tool building, however, r at a very low ebb and the force em ployed at the different shops is reduced to one-fourth the usual number. Tha Fellows Clear Shaper company, which has been employing 700 people, reduced its force 25 per cent and if on three day week. The Jones 4 Lamsnn com pany, which carried a force of about 600througli the winter on three days week, on May 4 will cut the number down three-fourths, about 350 leaving the shop. Death of Raymond E. Alveri. The At Ah of Raymond E. Alveri at Boston on April IS, of blood poison ing, resulted from an vident to his hand which he received about a month go at the Shepard f tores in that city, where he was employed as mechanical engineer. His death is especially pa thetic since he was engaged to marry, in July next, Mra. Blossom Chase Rich ardson of Peacham, the young widow tf the lata Oeorge H. Richardson of that place and who is well known as a successful teacher in the elementary eehools of this state. Mr. Alvers was man of sterling character and integ rity, being highly respected not only by friends and acquaintance but by rils employers, with whom he held a very responsible position. He was fa vorably known in Barre as be was at one time employed a an engineer at the quarries in firaniteville. Mr. Al vere', with his fiancee, had planned their home at Boston nd much sympathy is felt for her in this hour of bereave ment. SOUTH RYEGATE Angel Rnsa, the eldest son of John Rosa, who has been in Louisville. Ky.. for a year or more, is on a visit home. Mrs. F. K. Ingraharn went to St. Al bans Monday for a star of some weeks. V. J. Tewksbury and II. T. Brown went to Bradford this week to begin work on a house which Mr Tewksbury has contracted to build for B. H. Hook er this summer. Jdis Martha Kidder, student nurse t the Barre City hopitl, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Md A. A. Kidder. Mrs. S. Mills visited her brother, J. 1L Terham. in St. Johnsbury Wednes day and Thursday. Adna M. Terry left Thursday for Florida to join hi' familr, ho are at West Palm Be, h. ' Mr. and Mr. Thomas P. McDowell re at Mrs. James Beaton's. Mrs. Mc Dowell's .health is mucli improved since her stay at the Littleton hospital X. C McLean of St. Jnhnsbury was business visitor in town Friday. pr. L. F. 'McKinlay of YVaterb'urv viited bis people several rav this wweV. His fath-r. Rev. D. M. McKin lay. returned with him to Waterbury Fridar. Mrs. E. W. Sfowe of Plsinfield ha. he a in town this week dressmaking for her regular patrons. , If Ton are Tired Out waiting on your money, boy an anaui- f and let your nvniev wait en voo. .Ill year. Ns'iorcal Life In, Co. iMa- ual. S- S. BsKsrd. rr,erl prt, 4 ate street. M"fltpehef,' Vt.; Uevrje I. Nrsjer, local representative. Suffered from Stomach Trouble Jamestown. N. Y. "I have Hwaya found Dr. Pierce's medicines very satisfactory. I bad stomach trouble which caused me a great deal of dis tress. I took Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and It cured me of this aliment. I only had to take about two bottles. I always keep Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets in 'tha home, they regulate the entire sys tem and are especially good for the lirer, toning It up when It becomes sluggish and Inactive. I can highly recommend Noth of the above medi cines of Dr. Pierce's." MRS. NELLIE BURR. 562 Allen St. Send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce's In valids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for a trial package of any of his remedies. MOTOR VEHICLES FOR V. N. G. House of Correction Shop at Rutland Will Be Storage Place. Rutland, April 30. The shop of the house ot correction in mis my which will probably not be needed for prison purposes when the women prisoners at W.indHor are transfered back to this city, is to be used as a storage place for about 50 motor vehicles of various kinds which the United States gov ernment has given the 1st Vermont regiment, National Guard, for use in case of quick mobilization of the regi ment should it be necessary. Captain Leonard F. Wing of Co. A of this city has been notified that the 50 motor vehicles have been ordered shipped by train to him. The machines include all kinds of cars and trucks for trans porting men and equipment as well as field kitchen arid ambulances. The vehicles are to come from the general reserve depot, at Schenectady, N Y., Camp Holabird, Md., general in termediate depot. Brooklyn, N. Y., and Fnrf Rpniamin Harrison. Indiana. The shipment constitute a part of the re serve supply of automobiles which the government i giving to state troops instead oi seinng mera. The machines, which will be stored at the house of correction for state use n a follows: 18 motorcycle with sidecars, five bievctes, two kitchen trail ers, Garford truck, o- Dodge touring car, two G. M. C. light delivery trucks. three White reconnaissance cars, iwo tank trailers, four cargo truck of three and a half to five tons capacity, 10 three-ton cargo trucks, four ambu lances. One of the ambulances and prob ably one or more of the other machines will be kept at the new state armory in this city. The ambulances are de signed for" the medical corps of the regiment. Some of the other Vermont towns which have companies in the regiment are also to receive automo bile. FREE TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS Free Trial of a Method That Anyone Can Use Without Discomfort or Loss of Time. We have method for the eentrol of Asthma, and w want yon to try it at our expense. No matter whether your esse I of long standing or recent development, whether it is present a oeesaional or chronic Asthma, you ahould send for a free trial of our method. No matter in what climate you lire, no matter what your as or occu pation, if you aro troubled with asthma, our method ahould relieve yon promptly. We especially want to aend it to thos apparently bofwUms rases, where all form of inhaler, douchea, opium preparations, fume, "patant smok," .. have failed. W want to a how everyone at our (rxpensc, that our method is designed to end U diffi cult area thin.-, all wheel in, and all those terrible paroxysm. Thai frea oiler i too important to neglect a single day. Writ now and beirin tha method at once. Send no money. Bimplj mil coupon below. Do It -dar ywu da not even pay postage. FREE TRIAL COUPON FRONTIER ASTHMA CO.. Boom 411 N iin-ara and Hudson Streets, Buffalo, N. Y. Send free trial of your method to: CITY OF BARRE, VERMONT, BOND SALE Sealed bids will be received, until tbe time of sale, for all or any part of the city of Barre refunding bonds, with coupons attached, of the city of Barre, in the county of Washington and state of Vermont, to th amount of thirty-seven thousand ($.17,0001 dol lar. Said bonds will be dated June 1, 1921, and in denominations of $1,000 and $.t0 each. Said bonds shall be pavahle $00 annually from June 1, lj6, to 13, ineluaive. and fiJDOO pay able June 1. 1P40. Said bonds will draw interest at the rate of Ave per cent per annum, pavahle semi-annually, and will be sold' for not less than par to the highest and best bidder at the citr treasurer's office, Barre, Vt., May 14.' 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m. Also sealed bids will be received un til the time of sale, for all or any part of the city of Barre bridge bonds with coupons attached, of the city of Barre, cntuity of Washington and state of Vermont to th amount of thirty-four thousand ItM.ObO) dollars. Said bonds will be dated June I. 1021, and are in denominations of 81,000 and $.VO0 each. Said bond shall be payable f2,O0 an nually from June 1, 92fl, to in elusive, and $1,500 payable June 1. 1039. Said bonds will draw interest at the rate of five per cent per annum, payable aemi annually and will be sold at "not less than par to the highest and best bidder at the citv treasurer" of fice, Baire, Vermont, Slay 14, 1021, at 10 o'clock a. m. For a statement a to the city's in debtedneaa, etc-, address city treasurer. Sealed bid should be addressed to ".Tame Smart, rity treasurer, Barre. Vt., bid for bonds." JAM FX SMART, Otr treasurer of city of Barre WOOLEN CLOTH j Direct from MILL at MILL TKICKS. i Suilinpa for MEN and BOYS, A nice line for S-rRL0 4JUATS, SUITS and SKIF.TS for WOMEN" and M!S!LS Aleo Woolen Phirtinr Any ler.gih cwt " Write u for FF.EE SAMPLES. AiHl'ELfT WOOLEN CO, Gil am, N". H. All Packed Up And No Place To Go Cenrrts( NOTICE CITY RUBBISH COLLECTED. Monday. Both sides of Elm street. East street extension. High street. Park street, Hall street, Tremont street, Eastern avenue, East street, North street, Averill street. Church street, Jefferson street, Academy street, Mount street, tI'.rrmnA avenue. Maole Grove atreet, Currier street, Grandview avenue, Camp street, Nlon street, I'atterson street. Charles street, Hill street above Washington street, both sides of Wash ington street to Kelson street, Bolster avenue. Tuesday. Main street from Blackwell street to city hall, Keith avenue, Pearl street, Htreet. West street, Semi nary street, Central street, Cottage strecet. Short street. Addison piace, ummr itt reef. Franklin street. Wal nut street, Wellington street, Beacon street, Sheridan street. Burns street, Johnson street, Warren strert. Plain street, Midway street, Churchill street, Long street. Water street. Bank street, Cable street, tirewin street. Wednesday. j Maple avenue, Forsyth place. Serai-1 .-.. .,...,( nnrtli of Msnlc avenue. Laurel street. Brook street, Harrington avenue, Reid street, Farwell street, Elm wood avenue, Newton street. Pleas ant street, Spring street, Madison street, Hamilton street, Beckh-y street, Perrin street. Prospect street. HilUide avenue, First street. Second street. Third street, Fourth street. Fifth street, Sixth street. Main street from Sixth street to Blackwell street. Thursday. j c,...ii, Vfnin litroet from citv hall to' Quarry street, Glenwood avenue, El- ! more street, Webster avenue. Mill, atreet. Cherry street. Orchard street,; Quarry street, Male street. imHion mtreet Holland street. Circle street.. Nichols street, Ilirch street, t.reen street, Royee street, Ix-wis street, Spring street. Valley street, Batchel der street, Ayers street, Murray street, irl.t Mill afreet. South Main to Washington street. Liberty street, Orange street, WM Patterson street. Trow avenue. Huntington avenue, Webster street, Ixird's alley, Richard son street, French street, Perry street, Spaulding street. Friday. w.vi.i, t rpol Rraneh street. Fair- view street. Everett street. Leonard street, Allen street. Clark street, Kin troot CurfieM avenue. Lincoln atreet. Froenect street. Cleveland ave nue. Grant avenue. Madison avenue. Granite street, Baewett street, roster DivM- trnt Center street. George street, Howard street, Pike street, Oswold street. Jme street, John street, Thomas street. Saturday. RWkwell atreet. Comolli street. Bel- videre street, Humbert etreet. High Holt street. Cambria street. F.l liston street, Railroad street, Berlin street. Berlin place. Foss street. Smith street. Vine street, Scampint place, Willey street, Acton street. Auriurn street. North Front street, Ladd street. NOTICE f'kA nl,K;ch a m will not telf the following: Stones, Sod, Ashes, Leaves, Liquids or iecavea .nauer. No containers must weigh pvrr 100 pounds. No rubbish should be placed at curb before day of collection. HOTEL ST. JAMES Time Square, New York City lest ell Broadway at 10111 Writ Uth at art hwwt H warn IrMenef grnwal nsrl Swaisauave In weary rasas" C Theatre. aU principal ahopa CSBX5 ad cbarche. t t I aaaaesc walk. t aatawtr of n subwaya. L" road, serface car, bw tine VTHhim I Wrtwafcrs Creed Cewtrsl S aus ta rrwtsaysiaia Terauaaas. W. Jobksow Qrinit. yiasd I ncc4 s tht f '."fcBraigJ anoaphere and t ?,S'kAsiXij anpatntaamt r 1 1 a, 2 3 1 of well ceaadi- mm Fauencar aerrtct rra Kaatoa to Liverpool (Guuujew Freight) CA8TAMA... ASSYRIA .... May 1 Noan Jn 21 Naew. ew Tor ta Oeraea-g. Beathaviptaa AQ11TANI A. .May I. May 14. Jane 14 MAI RET AM A May II. Jan . July 14 BERKNGAKIA Jam 1, Jant SS New Yrk to Lieerpeo! VE8TWS May 14 CAKMANIA May 17, Jane l CAROMA....Jn I. Jab J. Jlr SS ALGERIA Jn New Tork t Londonderry Olaagaw ALGERIA May 14 t'Ol lMBIA..May 71, Jan II. Jlr IS CAMERUMA (new) ..Ju 1, July t New Taik to PirnvoatA, t her hear, Haaiksr SAXONIA Jane I, Jars 14. Aug. Cunard Steamship Co., Ltd. 126 State St., Boston 1, Or Local Agent BARGAINS IN USED CARS We have taken the following cars in exchange for new llort ears: 1 OVERLAND CLL'B Roadster, "A Popular Modal" and a real bargin. 1 FORD DELIVERY TRUCK in fine condition. Call in for demonstration. Palace Garage 310 North Main St. Barre, Vt. Arnholm & Dunbar, Props., Tel. 770. FOR SALE Sabin Farm Montpclicr. Vt. For Farm and Sub-Division On hiphwajr to Rr.'re, one mile from! State House. On electric ear line and aceesible for shipping purposes t both C. V. and B 4 M. railroad. Ahout 127 arres. all in city limits. Abun- Hant quarry, eneellent roofinR slate, opened in pasture, not now operated. Adjoining meadow land are located many granita rutting industries and ad- Joining upland are Mnntpelier seminary milding with residences. Spring wa ter system, also eity water, fa and eUvtrie light service. Land and barns will keep ti eowa. Haa long estab lished milk mute to which could he added market gardening and htiilding lota sold for manufacturing and other purposes a opportunity offered. House large; arranged for two families. j Address MRS. W. O. AVDREW. j 24 Liberty St., MontpeJier, Vt. F8K PROFESSIONAL CARD DRTEDW'IN f. momvAffovo. gTJRGEON J. A. JlacCaskill, 11. D. Frartlr. It mi ted s DtxaMS a Iafaata .ad Child raa. OflW awausi a Is. 3 W 4. T 1st, aad tsy a let-eat. Umb I. Milan Grsntt Block. TL w81-st DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTKOPATK1C FHT51CIAJ tLAKCHAKD LOO. rVMt OnVc. nW KnHi.se. tvA-R. I DR. II. II. HUNTER and GAGE t GAGE CHIROPBACTOM Hour : Monday. We-raeseay aad Frwlae. : W4. : WedneMtae aed Frviey a II a a TwesAse aod Twi-y t ts i r. re. Mceitpe-lir: Mner. W -iT ri4 Fndse i w I S si ; Tds. "aeia r!ay and Satertav. is te 1. a a. BARRE, VtMOXT -Phoee 1 Nerth Maia rltreet DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC rHYSICIAN Ofice - Km L at -ea rWi-baa OrnCK HOftdti iHiaallw a.. Miwasy. rwrweay. rtanir mmm" fnatf ESTATE OF MARY E. DODGE. State of Vermont. District of Washington. M. Th nonorabl probata court for tha 41 triet aforaaid, to all nenjon Interacted IB .1 r u.ra r TImIh. late of Ctty of Barre, in said district, deceased. GREETING: ! WHEREAS, said court ha aaaiirned th ! lth day of May next for examining ana allowing; the account of th administrator of tha estate of a id aeceaeea ana zor a acre oi the residue of said eataU to tha law. ful claimant of th earn and ordered thai publ notice thereof be given to ell persen intereated in said eatate by rblihlng thi order, three weeks aocceaairslv p rev ton tv. th day assigned in the Barre Dally Tim. newspaper published at th eity of Barre, la aid Hiptict. THE Ha' ORE. you ar nerenr notmeo ie -appear at the probate office in Mcntnelier, In taid out net. on ine oay aaeignra. men there to con teat the allowance of said c raunt If you see caos. and te eatabli youf right a heir, leg Leo and lawful claimant to said residue. , Given under mr hand this 22nd day of April, 1921. 1 FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Airt-ai-May7 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF DONALD SMITH. The urwU-reigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district ef Washington, romtntesioners, to receive, ex amine, and adjust the claim and demande of all peraon agairut th extate of Donald Smith, lata .of City of Barre, in said district bereeaed, and all claim exhibited in off,ct thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for th purpoe aforesaid, at the office of E. L. Smith A Co., in th City of Barre, In ald datrict. on th th day of May and ISth day of Octo. brr next, from 10 o'oleck ' a. m.. until I o'clock p. m., on each of said day nd that six months from th Uth day of April. A.' D. 1911. is the time limited by td court for said creditor to present their claim to us for examination and allowance. Dated t City of Brr thi list dy of April. A. 0. 1S21. J. WARD CARVER, WILLIAM L. WHEATON. Commissioner. Apr2S-SO-Mr-7 ESTATE OF GEORGE EARL Stat of Vermont. District of Washington, sa. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all person Interested tn the estate of George Fsrl. late of Town of Barre. tn aaid district, deceased, GRLKT 1N0: WHEREAS. satdVourt has aeaurned the 23rd day of May next for examining and allowing th account of th administra te with will annexed of the estate ef aaid deceased nd for a decree of the residue of aaid estate to the lw. ful claimant of th earn and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all per son interrsTed in said estate by publishing thi order three week successively pre vious te the day aasarned. in the Barre Daily Time, a newspaper published at City vt Barre. in said district. THEREFORE, rod are hereby notified to appear at the probate onVe in Montrwlier, tn said district, em the day aaairned. then end there to ceeiteet the allowance of aaid e rount if you sea rauae, and to establish your right aa heirs. Ugateea and lawful claimant to ssld reaidn. Given utwter any hand, thi ISth Jy ef April. 1921. FRANK 1. MARTIN. Judjr. Aprlrt-Mer-t4 Mattresses We have; some grood vaiue? in Mattresses to close out our present etock. Come in. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Karahfield, Varmoat heininrer DENTIST noxi tt-w DR. FANNY T. CARLETON OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN tl HIGH LA NT AVI PHONE 441-M Oat of Town Wc4nedr ar.d 9aturday. DR. C. F. ROBINSON ELECTRIC TREATMENTS Hours: 1 to 5 p. m., daily Room 2. M0e Cranite Plork Trlephoe TW.R PERRY & NOONAN cxsTxcru.ro rrwriAL rt'ttKisBrwc Hawpstsl Ass a. ae aWretsw Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers fra Saroare, Barre Tt nttssst, 4I8-W WE ALWAYS HAVE J-art w fwJ ar ssrAi far ta taw Iws sal yewvrry, aUvwrwara, cast cawax, . aVssa fr em'tra aad rlet twaar wwefc re "o. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 24 ELM TKfT OLE AQS3fl IW a-OilVN AMXsUCAJr Three Lines for 25c Th Tim will pMt.liah Want. Lost n Found, For SU. T Let, etc. ohort adv tisementa at the rt of three line tot twenty-five cent for th f rst insertion an ten tent for earh subsqutt insertion. FARMS FOR SALE pOR SALEFrm on East Montlier rusd. with stock and tools, itO head of stock and horse ; will sell farm aeparate if desired ; for further information cell or address An drew Johnston. R. F. D. . Barre, Vt Ultf FOR SALE ES-acr' farm, two miles from North Held priced low ; Clyd Deering, R. F. D. No. 1, Northfleld. S-U FARM" FOR 'SALE Bargain, lBO-acro dal-y farm for less than building cost, good building, rich soil, level fields, very pleas ant, good location, augar bush, quantity of wood and timber, easy term; Russell, 11 bridg. Vt. 6t H0USES FOR SALE FOR SALE Th Methodist parsonage on Main street, Chelsea, Vt-; a desirable small place, seven room house, shed and barns all in good condition, with garden; pric right for quick sJe; B. O. Bicknell, chairman trustee. 87t8 FOR SALE Twotenmnt house on Main street, Webstervill, Just below Palace theatre; inquir of Joseph Morin, Wehster- vllle. 8Ct FOR SALE A two-tenement house on Rich ardson atreet; inquir of John T. Averill or A. C. Tflden. 3ltf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE Village property of all klads nicely lo cated, blacksmith shop, wood and general repair ahop well equipped, a good hous with small quantity of land with H if do aired. Farm of all sizes un to 400 acres, with stock and tool or without, location of all kind. ome with lot of timber and pulp wood: also four building lots on Franklin atreet. Barre City. Vt ; will yell right or exchange for other property., W mean by two word FOR SALE Li th head ing of thi advertisement, prices right. CaU and sea as. Tel Conn. A. R. Cole and P. S. Rogers, Agents MARSHF1ELD, VT. W Have Sold Over 20.000 Farm to Date NaKstin fee aad ne withdrawal chsiee. Vou lr asaurceaiausHoaoaly altar sale Is ow cusiaaer. Witt ettelephaoe. E. A. Strout Farm Agency Communicate With 3. J. DASHNER, Agent. Howland Block Telephone STO, Barre. Vt, Do You Want to Sell Your Farm? If so, hat it with th Western Sale Agency, on of tb largest in America. B. H. Adam, Art, Chelsea. Vt How about Life Insurance T Try the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New Yark. None better. B. H. Adam. Art., Chelsea, Vt la your Are insurance satisfactory? If not. th Greea Mountain Mutual wiU writ a -ollcy that will uit you. i " w ' B. H. Adams. Art.. Chelsea, Vt B. II. Adams, Auctioneer, CHELSEA. VT. A LITTLE THOUGHT IS WORTH A LOT OF MONEY WHY 15 LOCAL R.EAL fSTATtr AGOOO BUY? cy-lsrc Perrt Real setate ts on valuable parcel that thicvea cannot carry away tn a bag. If a good painjr investment, if you see the right kiad of advice before buying; wticn statement leads right up to our name snd address. We know property and ar satis fied with a legitimate pronL Now is a fine time to secure a farm or a home in the city. Those luted below ra .arrly rood values nd tn next time they are sold will bring more thsn la asked now. Nil Mi'teV 23 tow farm between Randolph and Northfleld. A real money maker ; 60 1 acres in fine fields, and one hundred arrea or more in pasture and woodland ; will win- I ter from thirty te forty head, and pasture . about twenty-fire ; augar bush equipped for about 3W trees: good fruit orchard; sood - . u -,,n tear flirt Km A paseramx " " " ' , . itabla warns and light, equipped with moa arn milker winch cost about teOS.mi. Fiw dured in the vicinity of 7 ton of bay last aeaaon. Th Wniee contain 10 room and Marly all the room downtir have hard wood floor. Thi 1 a good a producing f-r u caa be found and would not he of- . . . . , 1, ltk rJ th- rereo I or sate - owner m.kea tt n erea nr. Eaay drtws to Randolph and only en and esw-haH mile to STlageT cream team IUl Prto. - UM which include milking tnarhin and outfit., . . i . . . it! t 1-4- m SO - r t4m na II " "". ber lot one-Hnle from the farm : wosild Uk anwut eeeJiaJ eaah or would consider a mail fsrst in exchange. No. 14$ Et MfWitpelier farm owned by C i- AbtHtt roe taming PI rrea about nr milea from Barre Citr: eoe sad ena. isasetli snile frees iaini. teen. ete. About 8 acre tn tillage which lay r-.wcti-callv Vrel and free from atone: soil tint s the kind poo will Wkei arlv and prndu tree and adavted for all kinds ef crop. Pasture for 18 to li head: wwd foe Un use. and 10 maple: fruit err hard. In tory ejnviwra - . ' abl bam with tie p for tl head : ener would like te tl wrta ine lar-n is saw.. T head ef young stork, pair horaee, pira and bra, a goad Ha af faraalna SMrhineryi all ready for Immediate orcupaner; rnis-ht consider taking heuee In Barr City la ex. Chang. Price SsJoo.fiO for entire property. Ho and barn wn Maple Ave. with a large lot The wxe ligtited; lias roM rrn pl-nrWwe: gwnd ewrcrie : and w tn No. I r-ditw.n ; la fart, has Keen built isnbr sweet time. A eirSt home. Trace ectly , 8Je.wS fee aaich aeia. KTweial rrVe en a re1ra eottaew en Grant Ave. ; all bardwvwrd Hew, ear A aiaadr heswe at a tscnIW prV te rloa M "LEST WE FORGET' j Let a ereet .w asm at t th Bisuif W mm- twkered sx Tr4 KwJ r tev g4, waxy se rsswied ew Us a aed aav t biey a wessosrewt a a ges see a - me. 'ttawa r eaU t. O HLOI'ESC A CO, D'C srr, Vt Y leu. owi Tee ran tray hier see. Why asrt liliigl HELP WANTED MALE RELIABLE MAN TO SKLL trees, shrubs and plant ; reduced price bring r-ady les, weekly pay; writ now; 1h tiune sr Nurseries, Et Avenue, Rochester. N. Y, 4Ull iiiAxrVtrfv A -n In or arounil I'lainfield, to tsk charg of our work selling our line of goods in this vicinity good chsnce for a hustler, snd steady work ! if interested write or "phone Grand Unmn TaCo., Montpller, Vt. M AN UNUSUAL "OPPORTUNITY for bright, energetle man in each town to take order for Signet Brand, the StS-yer eiumlnum cooking utensil ; specisl ndver tising orter of free utensil sret order at almost every hornet no delivering; you just write down the order and we ship the goods direct to your customer ; no expert enc or capital required ; biggest money mnker in last ten year; only 3 order a day pays you 145 a wek profU; II an hour for your spar time; territory going fust; writ to-day for full information to Dept. N8, EASTERN ALUMINUM COMPANY, '10 North Wsshingtcn St., Boston, Mass. tOStl WANTED Grnlte" cutter snd lettercr; open shop, eight hour day. steady job. apply stating wages wanted: Rosnok Vltrolit ft Mrble Work, Inc., Koanok. Virginia. sets HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Good clean girl to work In tore; good steady job to on willing to work ; apply Barre Fruit Co. oftf WANTED Capabl "girl "for""gnerl house work ; good wage ; apply by letter to "M. T.,", car Barr Dally Times. 37W WANTED Girl or Woman to ce- for l'ttle girl day time: sddrrs or call 360 North Main treet, Barr after four; A. Giguere. 37t6 WANTEDATapable- girl for general houaework, small family ; Mr. G. H. Al mon, Montpclier, 'phone 217. t6tt TABLE GIRL WANTED AT ONCE At Jack Lunch. Denot aauare. tel ltn-M. 30tf TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES The Symme Arlington Hospital, Arling ton, Mans. Limited number of student needed for next term. Applirents muit b from 18 to 35 year of ate. of good health and must have the euuivalent of a hurh school education. Course 3 rear. Med ical. Surgical and Obstetrlca. Hilary 10 tier month after 2 months probation.. Benu tiful new Home for Nurses. For applica tion blanks address Miss Mora A. ttman, Su.t. t Hospital. WANTED Capable woman for general housework, good wares snd vteady em ployment to right party : addreaa, stating age, experience and salary expected. Bos 187, Chelsea, Vermont. tMtf WANTED AT ONCE An experienced girl to wait en table and attend to store trad, good wages and steady job; apply to Piere A Clark. Montneller. Vt Stf MALE AND FEMALE HELP GOVERNMENT waiit men-women, rail- way mail clerks: 3135 month: list posi tions free: write Frenklln Institute. l)ept. 4sa P. RochesterLN. Y. !?! HELP WANTED Young men end wiwnen te lake position a attendant at the Ver mont State Hospital for th Insane at Wa ter bury ; to those who desire, an opportunity etfered to attend nurse' training rtiursel apply at Hosnital. Watevburr. Vt ltf HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Upttatf tenement for smll family: big garden lot; inquir of John Norm, Trow hill, 'Phon 884-12. SviU TWO TENEMENTS TO RENT on of six room, other four rooms ; Mrs. J. T. Csllaghan, H Park street, Tel. 174-W. M TO RENT Suite of two room in Currier block ; vacant after May 1 ; apply to R. S. Currier, id Las I atreet. 2Stf TWO FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT At 305 North Main street. 3it3 TO RENT Three-room betcd fiat, with bath and gas range; apply to G. A. Lane, 6 Seminary street. 8713 TO RENT Six-room tenmentinouire of O. D. ShurtlefT. 323 North Main St- 37lf TWO FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Suitable for light housekeeping ; Inquire ef 61 Meple venue. 4t TO RENT House and barn at 4 Cambria street, with parcel of land for small gar den ; good cellar, bath, electric lights, city and private spring water connectiona ; en quire of Chief of Police, or tn owner, Mr. Blanch L. Pike, 8 teuton Home, Barre, Maas. i 4tf TORRENT I would like to rent part "of mr home on Quarry St., IM? mile from P. O., to a family of two; consists of f.ve rooms, conveniently arranged, on second floor, partly furnished if desired ; a harn. poultry house, large garden, a small pos ture nd a small piece of tillage ; n pleas ant summer home; Netli J. Perrin. . 80tf TO RENT-A tenement" ln" Durkee' " block, North Main atreet; vacant April ; In quir of Mr. Callaghan. tel. 174-W. er Mr. Ahem, tel. 245-W. 17tf THREl! TENEMENTS "TO RENT: FOL'H house for sale, eight farm, sugar tool snd silo, farm machinery for eaia; G. U, Adams, agent. South Barr, phon S27-X. lf.tr TO KENT Four-room tenement at 811 North Main treet; call at (26 North Main treet- 01tf TO RENT-Tenement at 82 Merchant street. also fonr tenement on Willey street, all in flrst-elaea shape: modern improvement ; Geo. W. Mann. 54 WeUiatrtoa atreet. sVtf JkVANTED WANTED Six room cottag or tenement with modern conveniences ; Address "J. L. D.". ear Time oflic. 40t3 WANTED Anyone having chimney to fx or build over drop postcard to A. H. Cootie r, 40 Ayers street, or 'phone 444-W. tl' ASHES AND Rl'RBIRH CARTED AWAY Garden plowed and light teaming done ; Clarence Moulton. telephone 214-W. Srftf EXPFRIENTED STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEEPER DESIRES POSITION Moderate salary, references furnished ; d dreea "M.". care Barr Tunes. WANTED Four or five-room tenement for small family ; send answers te "D. E.". cr Time dfict. 8i)t6 ANYONE "HAVING SMALL GARDENS to spade over, plant or any such work write post card to John Reynold, 1 Csmn street, or 'Phone 874-X. 8M3 fT'RNTSHED ROOM WANTED Central locstmn. with rarage If possible I Jf. C". cr Times ofhea. 17 1 3 WANTED TO RENTr-Three furnished mem for hght housekeeping ; 'phone 3-J. ht WANTED Tested cattle to pastnr. salted one a week. 300-acre pasture, rood fence; another pasture for untested cattle and hor. w: prks) reasonable: H. A. Weils. Plain, field. Vt. : 'phon 10-12. Mrhfirld, Vt CStf WANTED TO RENT Six or aeven-ren tenement or cottage in good location, with snodern convenience, 'phone K-R. 3t WANTED TO RENT tn Barr or Mnnt pelier, a building suitable for an automo biV rvur ahop ; state ear tied tn letter te V. O. Benedict. 1S1 River street, Mont. pelier. WANTED A god all round team for farm: woo Id like to exchange early cut liay for same; also hav for sale; H. J. Mar tin. Willtemetoww. VU Orange county 'phone l' ANTED TO RENT A or 7- mora tene ment or cottage : best locality In Barre de aired by Pet re buetoaM man; writ to "P. rare Times. f rtRST-CLAPS bRESSMAKOfr, DONE AT HOME-lnoaire of Mrs. Cumaxuxge, M ajerrwaat teet. Titj POULTRY 6aY3)LD WHiTE WYANIXTTTE CHTCrrs fUnc rassed: thirteenth season ; Fsv farm. Ka-emood. Vt Mtf -,G. FOR- H A'TCHTNG Vsrmnst'i h-et utility strain of Whit Wyandnttea. wm ner t Parre poultry ahew year atxn, Sl.ot far 11; A. (2. Ogston. 40 Avers St.. nboeie 4-W. IZtf rr.r.is FOR HATCHING From hwT lartng ke4er-llrai-torra stri of it Wy ,a-V-'e : IS fw W. 1. rUneen. 14 learr treet. off Warren : tel. I43-M. aVtlv rAT OLD CHT"K.-Fine utility rtrln. K -. ReV. hear aav-h week heginning Mar. St !-- J&c ear; Mr. H. J. Carr. plv e 4-?2. If EC,. FOR SAtR Barred rivwoth RorSai A let Kcnntc. 2v SeuLa Maia ret. r-"- r:-Y. '-' i LIVE STOCK rOR SALE I Oat AAL A rrwrrd Ci na. y wall tse reas ci ; win i e an 14, ra6eA VV . r. O I. HJ FOR SALE FOR SALE A good second-hand Grn3 Square Piano Dunham makei, chesu foi 'sh; Frank TlbbetU, I'liiilild, Vt. H. K, D. ' 4(it6 . OH SALE -A Glonwooittove, almost new good baker; 83 Merchant street. 4UW FOR By.E-A large coffee uni7also"4i laying hens; call 611-W. 40tB' FOR SALE A Crawford coal" heater, al most new; also a hanging lamp; call al e7Merchant atreet or Tel. 49-W. aM3' FOR SALEA prlntiug prws. Very resv sonahle; George David, Barre. 3nt( GLADIOLIS BULBS FOR 8ALrAmelr lea and Mrs.. Francis King, 3Ee per dos. postpaid ; Mra. CI; U. McCrillis, West Topi sham, Vt. St3' FOR BALE Marlboro redrasiiberry planta 25 for $1.00; Marlboro is an early, largi snd hardy raspberry; the best for Vermonti nlso rhubarb roots. Red Jacket Gooseberrj Plants, Pansy Plant and all kinds of Veg etable Plant j not the cheapent hut tht best; Mitchell farm, 'phono SI23-J, Brrn Vt ,70 STRAWBERRY PLANTS ""FOR SALE' Warfleld and Dunlap variety, 65o pet hundred: Tel S07-21, ClarenceLepage. S6t6. FOR SALE Good "CELLO" In first- claw condition, with cas and bow, full sites pric 180.00; A. Bohm, room 16, Morst block. SivH FOR 6ALEStr"w'berry planuk "pricej right: A. W. Clark, Tel. 236-Y. 6H STRAWBERRY PLANTS Standard variw tie. 11.00 per hundred up; C. C. Pain So. Royalton, Vt - 8t8 FOR SALE "A fw tonTof goodhay7nraf class hay for hnrse, 4 mile from Barret 2 mile from Williamstown ; good road t drive to: for full particulars call B. Caw minati. West hill, tel. 895-12. 88tl FOR SALE Another carload of Black Disi mond Roof Paint : just in ; . L. Denik more 1 PleasHnt street. Barre. T4tl FOR SALE Baby carriage; used one sesv sonj Fritx Wilhe)msen.95 East St. 30tt FOR SALE Dressing for gardens: gardn plowed; W. E. Nichols. Tel. 666-M. 29tl FOR SALE A "f ew WeTlilce rly"1iet potatoes; A. T. Smith & Son, TeL 504-M. ? FOR SALE Cedar post, all slse and price ; J. L. Buck, East Montpelier, telephone Mnntpelier K-W. 277tl FOR SALE A preparation for cleyilng granite and marble monuments : brightens p th lettering and makes the whole muni mnt look clean and new : guaranteed ; price on ppHcaUon : June Sullivan, 114 Part street, Barre. Vt latl AUTOMOBILES i FOR RALE Fnurwvlinder RtiirUhaliee lm Ing car, in good condition, been rue about 8100 miles; Box 444, Waterbnry. Vt 4ftt3' vrio citv a., "-Tr . , . v unuu nc'iiir, u,viMciiRiir ,01 . 11 horse luiht wagon ; a bird a eye msirb nearecm suite: a neater; Jonn Mcrariane Websterville, Vt 40t FOR SALE Overland truck. 1200 lbs. ea. pacur, run i.uuu mucs. per icc i mecnan- ton truck ; makes good hskers', butchers nr delivery bnriv or will p,rli, no. f n i touring body; F. O. Arnold, Washington V U , t!3IO FOR SALE 8 cyWnderCanillac touring car in gooa running omer ; price re sarins oie i unw 10 r. . care nsrrv limes. oi'ti .huh nnl v - rflli...'. Tl-,T Srsflnr. 2St United State Tire and Tulies. Brunswick Tires snd Tub, Auto Paint and Top Dressing. AH Sort of Accessor'.'. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. crrnvn uAin ttdv LI .tilflI II J 1 I I I I It I Ik GOOD CONDITION. ALL SIZES. F. W. BARRETT 15 Main Street Montpelier, Vt HORSES AND VEHICLES ana rtinoer urra dukitt . also .erse mm. 4 year old. tested, freshened th city. 3Kit6 Upstairs at Colton's Place Lilley Style One-Horse Waon- i Lllley Style Two-Horse Wagons Single Work Harnea IS- Double Farm Harness 378. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. 4 8tte Street Montpelier. Vermo NEW SPRING GOOD Studebaker Farm Truck! and Wagons Potato Planters and Coi Planters Disk Harrows and Plow Garden Seeders and Whe Hoes Repairs for all Kinds Machinery MARSH-ALLEN CO. Barre, Vt., X. E. 'Phone 140, Or. Counl MISCELLANEOUS ' LAWS' MOWERS SHARPENED--Cs for and delivered ; uremic v.qr 1001 TeL 3S6-W. uTrV U'. in nam ready to do all ki - u,,-Hna snd earvinsr. aneeisflr en r. i nments in cemetene : als cleaning" umrnta: work (atiafaetorfly guarant-j w--k jma aV Vk-tor Bixtozero; add ! mail to No. Fulierton avenue. X i, Vt. 3 i anil TTir prRSOVI aeen taking a .wui blnrle froaa tha cement pktsa 13 Merchant atreet please return ssnl avoid further trouble. DANCING LXSSONS Private inetrur by apporntjwmt: call at liz Btaia ir i-ka ISs-M: Maria Quinlan. ll am-iMrrvfi Ttv the hour with ts MVb m-lr reasonable : also atone and stone dust for sale; 1.5 per truck ll One ton-track for sal : aieo eiectrw 1 mi 8&-hore power and 15-H i vs mont Mfr. aV Ouarn Co. el Milea Granite block. Depot Square. 'pH 344-M. WANTED TO BUY Ti-1 vrTrn TrV" R1Y Sacond arrosrth wood, about 20 runs ; ts. r unsagau i Cav. 47 Granie treet HAVING SOUGHT A FARM. I t. t t wnk ti.m mm karnei rows nd fult fsrm erutpment: aj A. R- Little. Plainfleld. Vt . care L. V. tie. Vhotve ftee S p. in. -i. WAVTFIV Te bay eoer. fresh eggs; City Baiery. AGENTS WANTED Yc-v"T"a a'lVTTtl i. tnxa lns trcW in Vermont: samp! one e I Hot Illi. niwvem. AGENTS Make rrVr- weekly s- ' fc.. , v aiarajitetfl 1 weeeary full tjane: S a hewr e.re tl saipra-UM-e answisry ; i en-ar-su- tkarkv Pa. um-cc PBrKr-1 tr Aiw: wri' .! aaaneas eti C. O. P. for Economy S t- BoeUm. Mas. BIDS WANTED The Weterwtirr rkw4 hnard erl Aa the rereir est tbe eisil ury araal bwt aa tw l beatint tbe plotrMn. the plana aed er-TrW will be no-n b Jawwe erwrvi ... snaa ef the kvsxrd. at ka a'ffl- ' tne right b reject a l bda. " a sw.ind kasee ta se I. nwd i aer.t te eret te li- r. tuaiSwa, vtr tin Board.