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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1021.
ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest ftora Different Sections. In Ira, where the population of the whole' town Is only 29S, 27 autos are owned in the village. Adna B. Tike, for 29 years proprietor of the Orleans house at North Crafts bury, died July 16 of a shock. A Vermont car, bearing the rwmbor 2-678, ran over and killed a collie tlog belonging to (. C. Farr of Monkton Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. M.-Bares and her brother and his wife, who have been on a motor trip from Montclair, N. J., to Vermont, visited Mrs. uarss sister, Mrs. C. S. Scofleld, in Richford a few davs ago. The party then left for homi: and had only reached Fairlee when Airs. Barss died from heart disease. For Itching Eczema, Old Sores arid Piles Upset ."OR LE Two tramps riding fblind baggage" on train passing through Brattle boro were arrested and in court there amount to $17.35 each. As they could not pay, they will serve not less than no davs in the ewtane jail for steal ing a ride. They gave their names as Dennis Murphy, 23, and Joseph Thompson, 20, of Holyoke, Mass. Bennington has extended an inv tat!ion to the Vermont State Firemen's association to meet there Sept. 5 and 6, with a tournament the first day, which is Labor day. - Many firemen are expected to attend an Klks' clam bake in Burlington Labor day, so the etate executive committee will meet and decide on the date. Henry M. Moulton, a prominent res ident of West Burke, was found yiead In his barn Monday night. He had been haynig and went to the barn to sharpen his scythe. When he did not return, his wife went to look for him and found him dead. Leakage of the heart was the cause. He was 75 years old. For many years he was a rail way mail clerk, running between New port and Springfield. He retired from active service several years ago. Mrs. Joseph Magnin was nearly killed at her home in Westfield by a young bull. As. Mr. Magnin and his eon were in Newport that day, Mrs. Magnin and her daughter, Nora, de cided to get the cows into the ba: n and Mrs. Magnin turned out the three year -old bull, which is kept in the barn, to water, picking up a pitchfork as a precaution, which seemed to excite the animal, so that he turned and tonaed her up several times. As she pulled herself up, the animal tossed her again and this time she landed near the bam. where she could not be reached. Tl e daughter crawled through a small hole into the barn and then drew her mother through the same space. 'Mrs. Magnin had a tear from some distance tinker her arm to her shoulder, one of the skull bones in the back of her head was broken and she was a mass of bruises and wounds from head to foot. It was not thought possible that she could live through the night, but her condition is more hopeful now. "I guarantee my ointment," says Peter on of Buffalo, "to cure eczema ; to stop the itchine at once and inv relluhl Heni-. (riot will cheerfully refund your, money if j PETERSON'S OINTMENT doean't do every- . thinw I ssy it will do." I William A. Carley of Franklin. N. Y is i surely a wise man. He writes: "I used PETERSON'S OINTMENT on a little boy suffering terribly with eczema. It did the work" Then there la Alex Louttel, a brave fire, man of Buffalo, who ia glad to write as follow! : 1 had an old sore on my let; for many years. The beat doctors failed. PETERSON'S OINTMENT entirely healed the oTe quickly." And from over in Can ada cornea a letter from A. Blockeby, stat ing: "The beet thing I ever hit for itching pile ia PETERSON'S OINTMENT." A big box for 35 cent. Mail order filled by Peterson Ointment Co., Inc., Buffalo, N. V. Adv. TRAMPLED BY BULL. Sheffield Fanner Perhaps Fatally In. jured Monday. St. Johnshury, July 21. A. J. Dun ton, a- well known Sheffield farmer, was seriously and perhaps fatally hurt Monday morning while going after his cows when he was savagely attacked by a large Holstein bull. The bull had been considered very docile, but became suddenly enraged and charged on Mr. Dunton, throwing him down. His young sn, Robert, was with his father at th'e time and put up it most heroic right. Mr. Dunton, fearing his son would be killed, advised him to run for help. The boy had to run quite a distance to get word to George Delworth. The latter took a pitch fork and started for the spot. In the meantime the bull continued its fierce attacks upon Mr. Dunton, roll ing him over and over on the ground. Alter a desperate fight the bull was driven off and Mr. Dunton was taken to his home. He is in a very serious condition at present. Coprriin I j CONTRACTOR DISAPPEARS. If Ruptured . Try This Free Apply it to Any Rupture, Old or tl- cent, Large or Small and You are on the Road That Hai Convinced Thousands. EDWARDS IS MORRISVILLE Sent Free to Prove This Anyone ruptured, man. woman or child. should write at one to W. S. Rice. Shi Maui St.. Adams. N. Y., for a free trial of hia wonderful stimulating application. Just put It on the rupture and the muscle begin to tighten ; they begin to bind to gether so that the opening closes naturally and the need of a support or truss is then done away with. Don't neglect to send for thia free trial. Even if your rupture doesn't bother you what is the use of wearing sup porta all your life? Why suffer this nuisancer Why run the rink of gangrene nnd such dan gers from a small and innocent little rup ture, the kind that has thrown thousands cn Buffalo, N. Y., Man, Formerly of Ver gennes, Had Just Drawn $1,000. Vergenneo, July 21. Rufus Koonan, a prominent contractor of Buffalo, X. Y., and a former resident of Ver gennes, has mysteriously disappeared. Mr. N'oonan was last seen at the Ma sonic temple in Buflalo, Saturday eve ning. July 0, and left for home about 11 o'clock. It is known that he had that day drawn $1,000 from the bank to take care of his payroll and the money was on his person when he disappeared, and because of this fact it is thought he was the Victim of foul play. Mr. Xoonan is a brother of Judge Thomas Xoonan, also of Buffalo, and of Wil liam Koonan of Yergennes. He, with his wife and daughter, visited Ver- gennes less than month ago. it Tte fltamplaia Transportation Company And YD Boy Gathered for Impromptu Reeeption at Hotel Morrisville, July 21. Major-General Clarence R, Edwarda, the popular com mander of the First corps area of the United States army, took dinner here Tuesday at The Randall. s soon ns hia pretence became known, the YD boys began gathering at the hotel nnd an impromptu reception was held. Old ! times were talked over with cieni-ral Edwards joining the boys in recount ing experiences and comparing notes. The general was in town about an hour, en route over the Mohawk trail. AUTOMOBILE FERRY. SERVICE between Burlington, Vt., and Fort Kent, If. Y bv the quickest and safest route. Commodious steamers leave Burlington as follows: . Daily Except Sundays the operating table. A host of men and wom-8;30 a. m., 10 a. m., 1:10 p. m , 4:30 cn are daily running such risk just because I p, m and 5:15 p m. their ruptures do not hurt nor prevent them ' ' : ' from getting around. Write at once for Sundays Only this free tnal, as it is certainly a wonder, i 0 a. rfl., 2:30 p. m., 5:15 P. m. and 6:15 p. m. Distance, 15 miles One hour crossing. Automobiles carried to and from all landings. WRITE FOR AUTOMOBILE FOLDER D. A. Loomis, General- Manager, Burlington, Vt. M. J. Powers, Gen. Tass. Agt., Albany, V. Y. ful thing and has aided in the cure of rui j tui.ro . 1 1 1. . "tlC II,a 1 " M fists. Try and write at once, using the coupon below. .A Consult tlie Eminent jT Ordained Medium r Cliiuotant lift Ruder REX ATTENTION! NOTICE Any lady or gentleman pre senting thia card within men tioned days, at my office, will re eeive a complete reading at a spe cial reduced te. Calls you by your 'full name. Tells your age. Tells your occu pation. Tells your physical, men tal, moral, social and financial conditions with unerring accur acy. Tells what you call for. Tlls whom and when you will marry. Advice on business, law, love, marriage, divorce and all affairs, reunites the separated and causes marriage with the one of your choir. Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week. w. Main St Hours: 10. m. toyjJr' 8:30 p. m. r ESTATE Or JAMES FLYNN. State of Vermont. District of Randolph, as. The honorable probate court to.' the dis trict aforesaid, to the heirs and all persona interested in the estate of James Klynn. late of Williamstnwn, In said district, deceased. GREETING: WHEREAS, application hath hen made to thia coort In writing, by Abel L. Fos- ter, administrator, praying for 11 ! cense and authority to sell all the real es tate of said deceased, for the payment of debts and charges of administration, set. ting forth therein the amount of debts due from said deceased, the charges of admin. it ration, and the amount of personal re state and the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said ecurt apnointed and assigned the 5th day of August. at the probate office in Chelsea, in said district, to hear and decide upon said application and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to all persons in terested therein, by publishing said order. together with the time and place of hearing, three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Tim-a. a newspaper which circulates in the neighborhood of those pessone interested in said estate, all of which publications (hall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified te appear before said court, at the time and piece assigned, then and there in said court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. (liven under my hand at Chelsea, in said district, this 20th day of July, IOl'I. GEORGE L. STOW, Judtte. July2I-28-Aug ESTATE OF ROSWELL L. PERR1N. HELP WANTED MALE WANTFD .Man .mnnrf it tn Innk aftir o'lr r(JK oAI.E DrNn ..h wr. J:-. . Hie Times will c-iblish Wants. Lost turn' business in this territory: permanent iio- lefties, chairs, iron beds. etc.. al.n T,..rw-- Three Lines for 25c ' Times Will r.nMlili Want, lyal f"ouid. For SK To Let, etc. abort advr sition, easy work fill year round, pleasant tlon oil stoves and Glenwood " range; ; e1! ttsemente at the rate of three lines fot occupation, hundreds of men ar drawing M 46 Maple avenue. 10, t6 twenty-five cents for the fret insertion so good salaries right now. Write us lit -nce, FOIR SALE Harlev Davirf.nn ten cent, for each ,bsfueit loertlon. don't dele, if yem are looking for a ood l.nfg&JFJ - .. position; Oakland Nurseries, Manch-.Ui, .enable; apply H. F. Cutler I Son mil ! WANTED Mn for Remington typswriter end general office wnrk : open shop, nine hour dey; write E. R. Fletcher, Woodbury, Vt. ; state weekly wage rate wanted nnd office experience. ;0lt!0; quire of Vt. Nsramore. ' tiiHf , FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE OrfEXaLAGr farms in Wlliamstown, with stock and tools ; would like in exchange for oniallai- farm; address Geo. F. Lackey, Montpelier MEAT CUTTER WANTED AT ONCE In orjei. Montpelier, 893-M. lOitti JOSJAH FROST FARM AT SOUTH ROY ALTON KOK SALE 148 acres. 35 ucrea tillage, balance pasture and wood, witl cany 25 head, small sugar bush equipped, considersble wood and timber, lots of fruit, tl-rocm houiic, running water at house and barn, bain 80x46 ; hay fork, silo, hog house, hennery, building in good condition. cows, bull, young stock, pics, 3 horses, good line of tools, machinery, gas engine, harnesses, wagons, etc., all crops; 4 miles to villgae. n, ar school, telephone, mail delivered ; price $4,500, J1.000 down ; S. U. Gallant, Agent, Burlington, Vt. 108t FOR 8 A LE Farm consisting of 80 acres. siocK, tools, 10 cows, pair horses, sugar Martin It Bartlett, Plainlleld. Wltf , TEAMSTER WANTED B7 Williamstown, Vt WANTED First-class automobile mechan ic, references , required ; Palace Oeraare Barre, t S6tf HELP WANTEDFEMALE ANOTHER CAR Best Grade British Columbia' Red Cedar Shingles Now at Plainfield, Vt., Inquire of D. B. DWINELL, East Calais, Vt. AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY -I or I young women over 18 years of nge, with j one year of high school, to train for tiurs- an. An aicht mnnttta affiliation (itiimra A ll h ' Bellevue hospital, New York. Included in ; ORDERS TAKEN FOR tuilPBnr.Ttl house equipped, 700 maples, both pulp and eurse. For particulars, address Buper- per hundred; Darwin and Parrot tu. bardwood, apple orchard, 9 -room pointed intendent, Carrie F. Wright Hospital. "PS hundred; daffodils and narcia- house, cow barn, horse barn, hen house, good Newport, R H. lUune30-JlyV-14-2l u ' 00 a doien : also trees and shrubs, wster, convenient to depot and town: will M1I.FORD HORPTTA T new. three - dw' North Main street. jell cheap or exchange for city property;! years' course in training to young women piL.wt!"" ", lor Hooker Bros., lelepnone SK3-W, Barre, Vt Bhtf , desiring to become nurses; ancly . to au- " lWt" FARM FOR SALE I hsve in my hands for Perintendent. Milford Hospital, Milford, for Immediate sale, a firm situated In Mass ; the next class enters in September, I the town of Calais, containing 7" acres, i 1921. 1056 more or less, suitably divided into tillage WAITRESSES" Experienced wiitremca end pasture, plenty of wood for place and wanted, seaeon until Sept. 20th; apply some ih umber; running water . w wm. M. Gee. Lake Morev e ub. Fa r ee. Vt. house and bam, buildings in fair repair) 103t Tf" r r' .Lrr":-fn&,aUU: "PP':.3 WANTED Maker and salejigiri In mil linery store; Elitabeth O. Press, 93 Hen A. Eastman, Barre. Vt. 48tf DO YOU WANT" TO SELL YOUR FARM OK OTHER REAL ESTATE T Do you want to buy u farm, garage, store or village home. Farms of all sizes and prices ; if to try the Western Sale Agency, one of the largest In America. B. H. Adams, Chelsea, Vt ltf rt BURIED IN MANCHESTER. Brieadier-General Roberts of New York Educated in Vermorit. Mncheater, July 21. Brigadier Geneiral Benjamin Gearney Robert!, U. S. A., retired, who died Saturday in Oneining, X. Y., durinfr a viait, "was quietly buried here July 18 in Dell wood cemetery, only the'familT of the deeeaeed beine preeent. Rev. Chris tiarj Lucaa of Ossimng performed the emce of interment. GeneraJ Roberta w 75 yearn old no ine cause 01 oeatn was a chronic itomfcch tronble. He came of distin- gmaaed flRhting etock and eerved 40 rear In the rejrular army, retiring in imw. ne waa horn in .Memphis, Tenn., and attended the Vermont Episcopal institute in Brrrlinjrton, where he was a claaemate of Percival W. Clement of Rutland. He afterward entered Xorwirh uni versity and entered the union armr during the last rear of the Civil war. Durinjr the war with Spain he com manded the fortification at Sandy Hook and when he retired he was ranking artillery officer in the regu lar army. Free for Ruptare W. S. Rke. Inc. 68 Main St.. Adams. N. Y. You may send me entirely free Sam ple Treatment of your etimulatiiu ap plication for Rupture. Name , Address SUte MONUMENTS We have few aiee ernes on hand en which we will offer genuine be rvalue. Come and eee them. 'Pbote 114-W e J. O. BILODEAU & CO., INC. Barre, Vt The Times Lace Curtains We have a few dozen Lace Curtains which we wish to close out. We have marked them down to a bargain price. Come in and look them over. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Karahfieid, Vermont 1 We Do Everything Electrical About a Gar and that is all we do, so when we do any work for, your will appreciate the fact that we have done this many times be fore on other cars. Oliver's Battery Station BATTERY SPECIALIST INSURE YOUR PERSONAL EFFECTS WHILE TRAVELING Our Companies Have Offices All Over the World Covert Loss or Damage by FIRE LIGHTNING THEFT TILFERAGE LARCENY. J. W. DILLON, Re liter Block, Birre, Versacst Offers "an " Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. liy An Adv. in HOTEL ST. JAMES TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK CITY Juit off Broadway at 109-113 West 45th St. Math fiver bj vernea trsTelinf vitbeat eseart "Sunshine ia mrf An Hotel of quiet dignity, Bar ing the atmosphere and appoint menta of well conditioned home. 40 Theatres, all principal ahops and churches, ) to 3 min utes walk. 2 minute of all labwaya, "h" roads, aorface cars, bus lines. Within 3 minutes Grand Cen tral 3 minutes Pennsylvania Terminals. pfjiBfii tesiel paetsj far retee aa4 baekle. W. Joexse Qvtw. rreeideat State tt Vermont, District of Washineon, e. The fenerenle promote "Hirt tnr h rtis triet afomaid: To all persons inter ested in the estate of Rnaw.ll L. Perrin. Is' nf Merlin, in said district, derjed, GREKTTNG: WliKhE'iS. ld court ties asstmei! ae 10th day of August next for exeniinine and aIlonn tha account of the administra trix of the estate of said deceased and for a decree nf the midue of said estate ta the lawful claimants of the same, and or dered that public notice thereof be riven to all persons interested in said estate by pub lishing this order three weeks succes sively previous to the day aasnned. in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at City of Barre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notlAed ta appear at the probate office in Montpelter, ia said district, en the dsy assigned, then aad there to contest the allowance of said account if you eee cause, and to establish your right as heirs. leBsteee and lawful clsnanta to said residue. Given under my hand, this 2nth dsy of July. mi. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Ja1y2I.2S.Aug ESTATE Or rtORA M. BURN H AM. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO VOU ? yisK Perrx- What better time could be? founJ than right now to settle the hounc fiu8tion? me good farm sugges tions: - Main street, Montpelier, Vt. ' lOltf WANTED Teacher ' for " district "school ; ' F. C. Royce, Northfleld. Vt, R. F. V. 1. Orange Co. Tel. 98tf WANTED Cook. Apply 0 superintendent at the City hospital, Barre. 6Ctf WANTED AT ONi'E A woman to make piee; apply to Pleree Clark's, Mont pelier. 86 tf WANTED- -At Bungalow inn, Lake Morey, Fair!, Vt., good plain cook, one who nndemfjind the business, state watret. i inir reference and when will come; apply John J Cunnincham. manager. T2tf HOUSES TO RENT TENEMENTS TO RENT Also hay and building lots for sale; Mrs. J. T. Cslla- ghan. 44 Park street. Tel. 174-W. :8tf TO RENT Tenement of "four rooms at II) Smith place, Maple avenue, good crder. 10 month ; Smith Bros., 867 North Main street. 9tf TO" RENT-A tenement in 'l)a7keeHork. North Main street; inquire of Mrs. Cal larhan, tel. 174-W, or Mrs. Ahem, tel 245-W. Mtf TO RENT Suite of two rooms in Currier block ; vacant after Msy 1 1 apply to B. 8. Currier, 20 Easi street. Jt9tt 70 RENT Six-rocm "tenement :lnqulrsof O. D. Shurtleff, 829 North Main St. S7tf THREE TENEMENTS TO RENT' ; FOUB j houses for sale, eight farms, sugar tools 1 and silos, farm machinery for sale; G. H. Adams, agent. South Barre. phone 827-1. Ktf TO RENT Four-room tenement at 811 North Msin street; call at 820 North Main street lOltf TO RENT FOR SALE Mighty nice-hapT "eia; jyi. L,. Towne. FOR SALE, delivered 96tf R F VT AD PTrBAWCl!. Grist mill .t.l, . "... " "V'VV'rT . -- ------ "c, warn moo e acrea land in West Topsham. Vt ; good opening T. trty ; ll. W. and Emma Pane, Cabot, Vt ffcf WOOD FORALEloc"k" wood ' 85.00 - a cord, delivered in two-horse loads; eeo ond growth 84.60 a load t James H. Keller. EaatMontpeHerroad.Tel. 4a-M. TStf FOR SALE IVi-inch laths in any quan. tity desired; matched spruce boards, and, rough lumber; write for prices and terms, GrotonM,i Co.' Oroton, Vt 82tf CLIPBOARDS TOR'SALE All 'alsea ; CK. moW Co. Barre. Vt 4Stl FOR BALE A preparation for clean Ing granite and marble monuments : brightens HP the lettering and makes the whole mono, men! look elean and new art. rn,l . .,-4-aa en appllearloin : James Sullivan. l!4 Park tree. Barre, Vt 1st AUTOMOBILES Tenement at 82 Merchant street. also four tenements en Wilier street all ta firat'claea sbnpe: modern improvements 1 Gee. W. Mann. 64 Wellington street SZtf WANTED No. 14S4. One of the real good cns be tween Barre and Montpelier, only a fhort walk from the ear line and two and one-half miles from Montpelier; 11 acres, sad it a all equipped with from 25 to 30 head of stock, 3 horses, all farming machimry In cluding a new milking machine, two two- knraa iicnni two acts alada aulkv t.lnw. harrows, ensilage cutter and engine, all har- WANTED TO BUY A light one-horse lum- .. rraam aanseatnr. and mhm,t av.n. ' ber wagon ia good condition : H. K thing necessary to carry en a 28-eow farm, t Wheeler. Allen street, Tel. 86-W. 107t8 Crops are all in and everything will be left ; WANTED Position as housekeeper, with ready for business. Large two floor tarn little girl six years : address M. L. H. with high drive; bsjsement, good silo and ! Wsterbury. Vt. Box 284. 10St3 etra goon stable; the bam would cost from POSITION house with porch across front; very pleas antly situated. The tillage land lays well and is extra good soil : wood and fruit for home use. A splendid fsrm in choice lo cation. Price for all, 19200.00. J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Practice limited ta Diseases of lafaats and Children. Office hours 1 f ta 18. 8 ta 4. f to 8, and by apiiidnlinasat ftoora It. MJsa Granite Block. Tat, MS-& DR. HOWARD A- DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAH BLANCBARO BLXXL Offlea, 70S-W ; aid DR. L. H. CRABTREE and CAGE & GAGE cnii?orF ACTORS Hour: Monday, Wedaesday aad Friday. ta 11 a. m- aad S :S0 to t p. at ; 1Niea ear. Tbureday anel Saturday. 2 ss I p. m. Moertpalier: Monday. Wedndey and Frday 8 is a n. m-; Tuesday. Tharaday and Set vrdey, II l 11 1 m PARRE. VFRVOtT V-- s;-W l Kortli Msin ttrm DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC THYSICIAN OfVa r. ttneaa it, M Wa rei'4um Tt.i.i eie f oaaei rt-ss OrriCE HOI R -. lie tsllsL asaf t at a-sa. Itervaay. TWday. Tk are Sag aad FrkSaf DR. FANNY T. CARLETON, Juiy2i-:-A, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICT.CT SI HIGHLAND AVE THONE 441-M Out of Town Wednesdays and Saturday. 8tate of Vermont Disti let e(. Washlae-tan. as. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to the heirs and alt raont interested in tiie estate of Flora M. Burn ham. late of Cltv of Barre, in said district deceased. CREETING: WHEREAS, application hath been mane ta thia court In writing, by the exerjtrix. Clara A. Osgood, praying for license and nlk.ri,. ,A .11 .11 , .... . J J deceased to wit ; situated in the City vt "arre. m said duitnct representing to id court that it would be beneficial to the heira and all persona in Cere, ted in ' estate of said deceased, to sell said reel estate end convert the ssme into money. And bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs t Kt estate residing in this state, and set. ting forth rj situation of the real esti WHEREUPON, the said court appoint ard assigned the 8th dae of Ausuai. l21 st the irobete office in Montpelier in said district to hear and decide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered public no. me wwaii to tat given ta all persona inter e ted therein, by publishing said order, to- ssiacr w;ia ue tinna and place of keering. three weeks sucressivelr in the Barre Daily rimes, a newspaper which elrculatea In tke neurtihjorheod of those persons interested In 1 said estate, all of which publications shall previous to the day aeeia-ned for hearing. THERTFORE. you are heretiv notified PPear before said court, at the time -end p.ace assigned, then and there ta said toort ta make ytur ot-jections to the granting of sii'-n iwense. it yoi see cause. Olven unde- wiy band at Mwipelte. la said district this 2Hn day of July. 1021. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. No. 1618. All equipped for only 841.0. Villags farm of 140 acres with a sugar bush of no maples, equipped with new Monarch rig and 600 backets casting 8700.,. 12 cows, 8 head of young stork, good young team, hogs, 40 hens and all farming ma chinery and equipment together with all grown tops : very good ten-room house and two bams with rood stables : about .10 arrea tn tillage estimated to produce IS tons of hay besides other crops. A well lore ted farm only a few rods to church, school, etc.. and six miles from Montpelier on flne macadam road. It is a bargain and only 8100.00 required as first payment WANTED By a middleaged lady to go as housekeeper or In a small family ; call or write, 46 Long street.105t4 WANTED Primary or intermediate posi tion by teacher having twelve years ev. perience ; Normal graduate; write to "N. O." care Times office. 106tS WANTED FR VACATIO.V-Howework." no eenking, by capable girl of fifteen state family and wage; address Bug 202. Plainfield. Vt 104t LIVE STOCK FOR SALE YOU MR. CARPENTER 1 OR K MAN WHO CAN VRE A HAMMER OR SAW LOOK INTO THIS I 180 acres only twe and one-half miles from Barre city with good barn, stable for 80 cows and a cork ing good farm which will carry thia num ber summer and winter; only 8400P.M. The houe is sat quite completed, outaide and roof all right but partitions should be set and interior finish nut on. When this la dene the property will look cheap at 8000. This is and always has been a money maker and is waiting for a handy purchas er to take immediate posseesion so as to set this year's hay crop. Don't you want to see this? DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Speeisliiint In th rHsesees of the Skin and Cancer. Offioe Hmirs I to S n. m. rtaily. Thone "ofl R, Poem 2 Miles Granite Building. Bsrre, Vt. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OP HATT1E fc FLETCHER. The undersigned, having teen ejpumtee) by the honorable probate court far the dis trict of VVeaninston. eommsssieners, to rs eeive, examine and adjust the claims and d maeds of all persons against the estate af Hattie E. Fletcher, lata of Town of Barre. in said district deceased, and all claims eihlh- Sjd tn offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the ourpose aforesaid, at the office of A. C. Dickey, in the Town of Barre. in said district, on the Sth oay of August aad lth day of November t,ext from I e clock p. m.. until 4 o'clork o. an.. en eaeh of said days and that six months from the 24th day of Msy. A. D. U.'l. Is the time limited bv said court for said creditors to pre .eat their cleime to aa far examination and allowance. Dated at T- a of Barre. this l?th day af July. A D. 121. Al.PFRT C. PIfkKY. ANSON C. COLEMAN. Comes is si on era. Jlrtl-r-Aur4 HOUSES FOR SALE FOfc SALE OR EXCHANOE FOR A FARM a two tenement la-revm leasee oei Mi s road in .Wiiham.towa village: William Rork. 1 North Seminary street. Bar-e 1 ; Tne i tines 4eaY4H Day or Night PROMPT SERVICE 'Phcne 620-W Wl HAVE TWO MOTOR AMFU-AXCT-S Thr-fore Can Guarante the B5t of Service. MYRON WHITCOMB, EAST BARRE PERRY & KOONAN CNrxrn.i ro rrrNTAL tvk wj shinos Hospital Asshalaacs ftervtr Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers DresM Seuare. Barre Tat lianulas, 428-W WE ALWAYS HAVE )X etat ms si karls. he la ta. K I PFAT. FCTATP VTlT - le-elry. Si) r Cut 'T iki . . , ' . pant a! AU AUHANUJi j VJlage yenwertr nf all kin 4s siesta hs- OT nrtTVT st- T .l. eateo, eiacasanita enota. wood and geaeeal . J. lAJl" it, tn? JCWeier lrer-'r ahw well equippe!. a send Koaaa !4 ELM TTtF,ET ! with small ejweatiir of Und wtlh it tf aW SOUS AGENT FOR ' BOIOI AMERICAN" , sua. fires e sTt sitas av V 40 arrea. wTta stnrs ane tool or witnout annas af all kinds, some with lots of tunvr and pulp wood, see four b-iiMig Iota ee Freaiil.a str-et. Psrre t ity. Vt ; wnU stl ' right ee eirfctip foe ot-r -'wa,rts S's wiaaa ky 8-w wa-ds rOR SAI-E ia the head. ar.g ef tka ad n we wit rva r-gkt va0 , A. R. Cole and P. S. Hewers. I SPECIAr-The Mercer house on Cliff street with lend, at sacrifice prlre and must he sold. This Is one of the best con structed bouses in the cKy and built of stone by the late owner for a home- Ought to sell for 8,0. onn, but circumstances make ft nuite desirable to sell oulrMy so the first purchaser with 8:oo.o0 will seen re It let us show it to you. A very warm house in winter and cool in summer. Fine grounds and a choke TTitlon at the head ef the street. PIGS FOR SALE Registered Berkshi and- Berkshire-White Cheaters; E. G. Hood. Williamstown, Vt 108t6 FOR SALE Eight Jersey cows between ages of 80 months and T years, all fresh a Jersey bull ; ! heifers. 18 months old J. E. RovetU. R. F. D., Montpelier. Ktfi FOR 6ALJeristered Guernsey" bull calf 2 mo. old. record an eee tors, price rirht see him ; Geo. L. Bates, North Calais, Vt lim The Times The above are only surevations of what we can offer in farm and city property Bs sure to see ua before buying. Classified FOR SALE Srudebaker , in nicecon. dition; also new trailer, for quick sale no reasonable offer refused, time given for pa.t or whole if secured: n H 1,1.. Chelsea. Vt. 108tf FOR SALE One brand newFord ea-TBeth-' Garage.Inc., Bethel, Vt. 107t8 FOR SALE 8150 buys a1913BuicirToad ster. In perfect running order, rash or terms j D. H. Burdick, Wsterbury. Vt. Tel. 10-2-. lorts FOR SALF Model 80 Overland touring car. In A-l condition, two spare tirm, motor driven tire pumps, cash or terms; D. H. Burdick, Wsterbury, Vt, Tel. 10-s. : lOTtS FOR SALE One Ford touring car in good condltSon; one 1917 eight-cylinder Cad illac, has been run about 9.000 miles; car in first claas condition; this my personal car; Inquire st Palace Garage, Barre. -.- :otf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE One Overland touring car. model 8R-4 ; one Dodge tour. Ing: one Buick touring. All In first class conditior. good paint and rubber; Nye Motor Co., Inc., 2(SA' North Main street, Barre. otf Downstairs at Colton's Place! WARD TIRES FOR THE FORD SflxSt. guaranteed for 0"0 miles. 812.35, 812.35 81? 3K Sent anywhere by Pa-Po. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. 4 Stat- Srre Vrmtoeller. ' -'erment HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE A pair of heavy dra"fthnrsea a bargain at quick sale ; Robert Gordcn. Montpelier, Vt l05t FOR SALE Onehestrnifhorse, goodwo-k-er snd driver, safa for woman or chil dren ; will sell or exchange for cows thst freshen this fall: address T. J. Ferrto. More-town, Vt lOSti FOR SALE One-horse lumber wagon, near 1y new; also single work harness and driving harness: 223 River street. More, poller. Phone 743-W. lOS-tS Upstairs at Colton's Place ! fji f:9 Humane Fabric Collars 12 IK Yellow or Brown Pads S9o ALL SORTS OF HORSE GOODS VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.- M Slate Street Uontpelier. Vermont Genuine Rubber Harness.. 1 . , 1 1 B ' 1 j't'iiKn r arTTi nBnusi. , , PAPEC SILO FILLER The Paper Blower is the only Bloeer constructed to both "Throw and Blow" This is one of the chief reasons for its wonderful success. This kind of construc tion means that it will take the least rxe- aible power to operate and it will not clog. You take no chances when you buy "Pa peCg because or its reliability. It is not a nrw Blower but the oldest and most re liable Blower type Silo filler on the market It costs less than mast other Blowers and 'Papee" is known to be right Why take a chance when you can st Papers AU aises in stock ready for your" inspection. Come and look them over. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. t. Te'phone lit Orange Co. Telephone Columns NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by tha Selertmen of the town of Randolph. Vt, at the Town Clerk's Offee. Randolph. Vt at 1 ;0 o'clock p. m., Saturday July 80. lOil. for bids on a Reinforced Concrete Bridge, 40 ft spaa by 21 tu road way. Plans and snerinrattons may be seen at tne Town Clerk's Office. Randolph, or tha "Mate Engineer's Ofllee. Montpelier. vt A certt- flrld rberk of 8100 00 moat accompany each bid. ehecka of aneueeeasfu! bidders will be returned within IS days of opening of blWs. Fridge to be eowipU-wo by the 15th af October. I 21. Tha right to reject any and all bias what. Selectmen. V. U LOOMIS. A. C. WELLS. C. K. SMITH, TEL. OFFICE. MS-M. RESIDENCE, S4A-M COLLECT10IS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER A VI RILL BLOCK. 80 NORTH MAIN ST. BARRE. VT. NOTARY rVBLIC Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. e'atiemery. Oar wasxh aad clock snteeaL iKMt Try An Adv. Yif .Sell M vJ Your Farm Hl? in Our stork of fsll goods for harvesting is complete. e us supply you at osee with Raapers, Binders. Threshers, Engines, Trucks. Silo Fillers. Twine and Repairs for all Harveeting Machinery. Our prices on these goods srs very low. You krow the quality of our tools. Nuff sed. Nor need to pay mora. Come and see. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone FEATURES OF ONE PIPE CONSTRUCTION PE. SIGNED FOR VERMONT CONDITIONS 1. Heavy weight throughout heater to stand variable changes of weather. 2. Full corrugated one-pie. e n repot no joints. 8. Inner wall of plain gairsnued iron with no asbestos or moisture drawing ma terials used in its construction. 4. A 7-inch cold air space fully surround. Ing hot air drum. This is a very import ant item to consider. 8. Double clean out doors in outside casing. A. Complete furnace wttn but three joints. 1. Full else vapor pan. 8. Perfect triangular air circulating grates. 9. tun joint construction. 10. Published weights on every site. 11. Evtra high ash pit 12. One-piece cast radiator no sums, V, e have a few Heaters set up in our saWroom for your inspection. We will be pleased to show them to you at any time. Marsh Allen Company N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone MISCELLANEOUS AiE7TXJX TT. We Have Sold Over MjOOO Fanae ta Date Ns kaasg fve aad as wahdnwel die tm. Yseaee j E. A. S trout Farm Agency j rerrwuak Wfk i J. t. Daf-HNFR. Ag-nt. Rowiaad BMara " TeSeteMM I.e. arre. Tk. The Times TO RENT Vacuum cleaners; The Elect He Store. It Elm street. T8tf V ACT I'M CLEANERS cleaned and oiled and electric flatlrons repaired: will rail far ana deliver : H. B. Hayden, 90 Wash ington street. Tel. "ts-n. em roR FIRE. LITTt OS AtTOMOBaE IN Sl'RANlE. call on B. H. Adams Agwn- cy. Chelsea. Vt Mf DAVCINft "LESSONSr-rivate fnstrurtteal by appotntmet't : call at 1,2 Mais street, phone ISA- ; Marie Quinlan. f RI'CKING By the hourw1th twenei tnsrk--prVe reasonable: also stone rhira snd stone dvst few sale: 81 per truck load. One ton-truck for sale: else electric soo Tt-rs : one 8S boeae rower and 1 Worse pnwer : Veeaesl V'g. at Ouarry Cev -). MMe Granite felark. Depot Saoara. 'phowa IM M 841 ) LOST AND FOUND '5TR-AYTD A f--ccck co te, strap at-jid net; ootor. brs, yeljow aa ; snswei to ' Jesiew " ; r. -Oct plsass nnt fe .tsa. Xeaa rvtrM tevu. Earra.