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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1921.
ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. Over 100 automobile were stopped by ofrirer in St. Alban Saturday night because no tail lights were burning on the crs. . .,, ' A barn belonging" to the Harriet Rtreeter farm, near Catleton, waa burned to the eround Tuesday ev nine. A larsre amount of old ha stored in the building was destroyed LYTTDOITVILLE BREAKS. A strike of iron moulders at the Howe Scale works in Rutland threat ens to tie up the 'whole plant. The cause of the trouble is ine unwilling ness of the company to recognize the iron moulders union. Lightning frisked around consider ably in Bridport July 14, the Congre gational church having been struck and considerable damage done, a horse be longing to John Girard having been killed and also a valuable cow d longing to Edward Goodspeed.. During the heavy ehower in Middle bury Monday afternoon, the under pass on Se-rmour street was tilled to depth of three feet, and a man with a Ford can attempted toj go through there had to have the ma chine pulled out, as the water was over the carburetor and the engine . stalled. Showers within the past week have caused the destruction or nun dreds of dollars' worth of merchan dise in the cellars of merchants in Windsor. ' ' " Howard Vincent, 15, of Salisbury has admitted pladne ties on the rail road track near Proctor last week just before the arrival of a passenger train but Charles Vincent, 12, ot iroctor a cousin whom the older boy was vis itine for the dav, pleaded not guilty at a hearirur held Wednesday. Their cases were continued until Saturday The older boy said they only put the ties on the track so that they could see the engine push them off. Carl Howard, 13 year-old eon of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Howard of Rutland, is at the hospital badly battered uft,nd bruised as a result of boring a hole in a dynamite cap with a chisel. Holes were torn in the floor of the shed where the Howard boy and others were playing, 12 holes were made in a gal vanized Iron pail which stood nearby, an Carl was injured in the body, arms and . legs. The most serious injury was to his left hand, which was so badly shattered that he will probably lose some ot his ringers. The plan of having in Brattleboro a memorial armory and community house in memory of the local soldiers in the World war was unanimously endorsed at a meeting Tuesday eve ning. This building would be erected on the Goodhue lot, valued at $15,000, which was given the town by G. L. Dunham for that purpose. The state armory appropriation is $50,000, 'the balance in the war chest treasury, $15,000, would also be used for the building and it was suggested 'that the remainder be raised by a town appropriation not exceeding $40,000, to be raised through an issue of town bonds. . PRISONER ESCAPED. Noterioni Criminal Being Brought from Atlanta, Ga., to Vergennei. Frank Poirier, a notorious criminal, who had been serving time at the fed eral prison at Atlanta, Ga., and who was arrested by Vermont officers as soon as his prison sentence was com pleted a few days ago, escaped from the custody of Sheriff G. S. Farr of Bristol and Deputy Sheriff Granby of erirennes at the station in orth Benninsrton at 1:17 o'clock Wednes day morning. Farr was taking a nap .and wranby was supposed to bejguard trig the prisoner. A number of pas senger left the train at -.North Ben nington and Poirier walked off with the rest and was not noticed. When he was mised active measures were taken to apprehend him, but at las reports he had not been seen. Poirier was being brought to Ver pennes to answer to the charze o robbing a jewelry store in that place and had lust completed serving a sen fence fnr breaking into a UnitedStates potofHre in New Hampshire. In 1908 Poirier did time for rob bins freight cars in Essex Junction After completing his sentence he was involved in a wholesale robbery of freight cars in the Burlington yards and was again sentenced to prison Then he went into New York state and the next heard from him he was in Dannemora prison. Still later he broke into several stations on the Putlsnd railroad enrl did time for this which was followed by the episode of his breaking into the New Hampshire rotomce. Poirier is a man about five fret and nine inches tall, weighs from fSO to WO pounds, and I dark complexioned When lnyt seen he was wearing the regulation suit issued to all prisoners discharged from the government pris on, a dark brown suit. A noticeable fact about poirier is that he is an habitual cigarette smoker, and is said to be a "great talker." Three. Placet Broken Into Tuesday Night, Little Stolen. Lyndonville, July, 22. This place had three breaks 'Tuesday night, one at the railroad freight office, where a small sum of money was taken, boxes of freight were broke into and several cans of tomato soup were tak en. Another was at the store of Campbell & Blodgett, where about was stolen from the cash drawer and a silk umbrella waa stolen. The third break was at the Edmunds pharmacy. where the small change was taken from the- cash drawer. Tuesday .morninir the railroad eta tion at Lyndonville was broken into but only 13 cents was taken. The Port of Missing Men Announcement of Fourth 1921 Educa tional Butter Scoring. The fourth monthly educational but ter scoring of this year will be held Thursday, July 28, at bhelburne Coop erative creamery, Shelburne, All entries should be tent by pre paid parcel post or express so as to arrive at Shelburne July 26. This will give time for all samples to be thor oughly chilled before the scoring. Sam pies that arrive late so that they en ter the scoring while warm and soft are at a disadvantage and usually do not score so high as they would if cold and firm. Address all entries to the Shelburne Cooperative creamery. Shelburne. Ihe butter will be scored at 10 a. m., July 28, and wil be on display for ex amination and discussion at 2 p. m. All interested partift are welcome to at tend these scorings. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Take Aspirin only as told in each package of genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. Then you will be following the directions and dosage worked out by physicians during zl years, and proved safe by millions. Take no chances with substitutes. If you see the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can take them without fear for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lum bago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists iso sell larger packages. Aspirin ia the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid.- Adv. "Making It Safe for the ones vou leave behind'' is the subject discussed by a trust company, One way is through monthly income life insurance, in which we act aa trustees without charge. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, 45 State street, Montpelier; George J. Seager, local agent. Consult Ihi Eminent k. TJ' Ordaine. Medium XT r Cliboymt life Ruder PESKY' t BED-BUGS P. D. Q. Try jnst enee P. D. Q. Pesky Devils Quietus as a orerentive or. to rid Bed But. Roaches, Fleas and Anta. Every famllr should me P. D. Q. home el a nine time to eutrd against the Petkr Devils and to prevent moth. - P. D. Q. U not an Insect powder, bat It a new chemical that kills Insects and their east, Each package eon tains free a patent spout to en able you to ret to the bard-to-get-at places and saves the Juice. A S4 cent paekage makes one . quart, enough to kill a million insects and their egg. Your drua-gist has It or f tt it for you. Sold by E. A. Drown and Other Loading Druggist. TP aaas sa" a1rraorjr 1 . w nasar 1 Ji lifvsyant Life Reader REX ATTENTION! NOTICE Any lady or gentleman pre senting this -card within men tioned days, at my office, will re ceive a complete reading at a- spe cial reduced rat. Calls you by your full name. Tells your age. Tells your occu pation. Telia your physical, men tal, moral, social and financial conditions with unerring accur acy. Tells what you call for. Tells whom and when you will marry. Advice on business, law, lovt, marriage, divorce and all affairs, reunite the separated and causes marriage with the one of your choice. Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week. 205 N. Main St. A 205 If. Main St. . JL Bane, Vt. A ilJf Hours: 10 a. m. to xj r :3? p. to. ESTATE OF FRED E. BURR. Stat of Vermont, District of Washlnrton, aa Th honorable probata court for to dis trict of Washington, to all persona interest ed in the estate of Fred E. Burr, lata of City of Barre, in said district, deceased, GREETING: at a probate court, holder, at Monlrwlier. thin and for said district en the 11th day of July. 1921, Annie H. Burr, executrix of th lut will anil tMfinunt. Fr.,4 f Burr, lata of City of Barre in raid dis- triet. 'deceased, makes application to fie I in said court a new bond, with sureties, in I substitution for her executrix' bond now on file in said court. And It is ordered by said court that the , 4th day of August, 1921, at the probate ef- I ftce in said Montpelier. be aligned for hear ' ing on said application and for vxamin- j Ing and allowing the account of said ce- cutrix. and that notice thereof be given to all persons concerned, by publish- ing this order three weeks successively In the i Rarre Daily Times, a mwapapar circulating j In that vicinity, in said district, previous U ' the time appointed. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to I appear before said court, at th time and J place aforesaid, and contest the allowance of said account and th filing of said bond, ! if you see eaua. I Given under my hand at Mooroeller. ia ' said district, this Uth dav of July. 1011. MARY J. CUTLER, Register. I Julylt-22-g9 Three Lines for 25c Ths Times will c'iMlsh Wanta, Loat and Found, For Sal-. To I-t, etc. short advey t!smnb at ths rat of three Una for twenty. (V Cenla for th frat insertion and tan cent for each suhee4uatt insertion. FARMS FOR SALE f ARM 'KOFT SALE , tiilsgt ; sugar 01 house and bam : buildings in good repair house of 12 rooms in A-l condition ; 3 minutes from church, school, store and post afflce; see or write owner, F. Blanchard. West Topsham, Vt. 109t4 Fruit and Poultry Farm An "Emerald Beauty" Only $530 ' On high elevation amidst glorious scenery i pure, invigorating air and attractive sur roundings; IS acres clone hustling town; dark loam fielda for potatoes, garden truck and berries; spring-watered pasture for couple of cows ; orchard of 26 apple trees. plums, cherries ; 6-room cottage, delightful ahatle, spring water, good 8-ft barn, itc. ; non-resident owner's low price $660. See age 4 uius. t'atalog 1100 Bargains, RE. STROUT FARM AGENCY. 6bi B. S.L Van Ness Bldg., Burlington, Vt. 109tl FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE One of the beat farms in Wlliamstown, with stock and tools; would like to exchange for smaller farm: address Geo. F. Lackey. Montiwlier or TeUMontpelier, 88-M. 101t JOSIAH FROST FARM AT SOUTH ROY AL TON FOR SALE 146 acrm. 35 ucres 4 : 1 1 ra t,.l,n,. n.-,.,H. mnA I u,ai carry 26 head, imall sugar bush equipped, eoiyiiderable wood aqd timber, lota of fruit, -room house, running water at house and Barn, barn 30x46; hsy fork, silo, hog house, hennery, Building in good condition, 9 cows, bull, young stock, pigs, i horses, good line of tools, machinery, gas engine, harnerfes, wagons, etc., all crops ; 4 miles to villgae, Btar school, telephone, mail delivered; price 4,60U, S1.000 dowti ; S. U. Gallant. Agent, Burlington, Vt. 108t6 FOR SALE- Farm" consisting of 80 acree, stock, tools, 10 cowt, pair horses, sugar house equipped," 100 maples, both pulp and hardwood, aople orchard. 9-roora painted houae, cow barn, horse barn, hen house, good water, convenient to depot and town ; will sell cheap or exchange for city property ; Telephone 383-W, Barre, Vt- 6fctf FARM FOR SALE 1 have in my ha nils for tor immediate sale, a farm situated la tha town of Calais, containing 77 acrea, more or less, suitably divided Into tillage and pasture, plenty of wood for place and some soft timber; running water to bouse and barn, buildinga In fair repair I easy terms if desired ; price f 1500 ; apply to Hen A. Eastman. Barra. Vt. tan l0 YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM OR OTHER REAL ESTATE T Do jron want to buy u farm, garage, ator or village home. Farms of all sizes and prices; tt so try the Western Sales Agency, one of the largest in America. B. H. Adams, Chelsea, Vt. ltf HELP WANTED MALE. ! . L FQH SALE I WANTED Man for haying ; apply to A. FOR SALE Leach Upright pianoT7ngool A. Rublee, Plalnfteld, Vt. 100t2 1 condition: party moving out of town? WANTED Man for Remington typewriter - 201-6 or No. 10 High Holborn St and general office work : open hoi, nine lOftUf hour day u write E. R. Fletcher, Woodbury. FO SALEDresser. chiffoniersi dlnini Vt ; state weekly wage rate wanti-d and tables, chairs, iron beds, etc., also Perfeii office experience. 10U10 , tlon oil stoves and Glenwood rangei : caH MEAT CUTTER " WANTED ATONCE In-: t !MP'e "venue. lonii! quire of Martin ft Bartlett, Flelntteld. ; FOR SALE-Mighty nice hay. delivered vt. wiu,.. neia; m. It. Towne. flMJ 86 acree7'pas"tu"" and TEAMSTER WAJTTED B. F. Naramore. j FOR SALE7 RENT OREXCHAN0e4 chard, running water i Wllliamatown, Vt ' 9tf Grwt mill with house, barn and 6 acre uildinirs in aood renair : wivrrn i?i..i-:-'r::.-".Lii." land in West Tonshnm. Vt , Ic. references required ; Palace Garag. ; l""ty i H. W. and Emma Dan3 Barre, t 6tf Cabot, .Vt. . f cord, delivered In two-horse Jgads : seo end growth 14.80 a load; James It. kelleS EastMontpelierroad, Tel. 4'19-M. 75t ro 8LETlVJ.inrh""lathrin".n7o"uan; tity deeired; matched aprure boar.is. an WANTED A bellboy one-whodoes not ,UJ.?ri, "rti. !or n1 i . s .... . wiwwii miif. v,o.. (itrotfm. vr HELP WANTEDFE1VIALE WANTED Girl or woman for general housework ; writ "L", care of Barre Time office. HiBtfi Z ' " ' euea ; i inree molll JS r pDM. v ..... , c, . o..z have to go to school : Hotel Barre. 10St2 MILFORD HOSPITAL Offers uainuic MI yuvnK wuiucii I nn ... ' . . pirintendent, Milford Hoe'pltal, Mjlford, granite and marble monuments ; brighter Msas ; the next class enters in September, 1 n '7"erina ana makes the wtiol morntt Wil. I06t i m,nt ,0o,,, ! n' new: guaranteed : prteasj ni"nrai : jame Sullivan. 1!4 Par WANTED Maker and sales girl In mil linery store: EHuabeth G. Pross, 93 Msin street, Montpelier, Vt. 101 tf WANTED Teacher fnr d istrict "school : F. C. Royce. Northfield, Vt., R. F. D. 1, Orange to. Tel. 98tf W A NTED A T ONCEA "woman tolnake ptes; apply to Tierce ti Clark's, Mont pelier. getf WANTED- At" Bungalow lnn7Lake Morey, Fairlee, Vt.. good Dlain cook, one who understands the business, state wages, giv ing reierence and when will come; applv John J Cunningham, manager. 72tf street. Barre, Vt 1st, AUTOMOBILES J Ul MONUMENTS W have h few nice ones en band eat which w will ffrr veauiM bargain. Cam and see them. 'Phot 614-W at H07-X. J. O. BILODEAtf & CO., INC. Barra, Vt ESTATE OF CHARLES E. DAVIS. HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT A small tenement at 24 West street for man and wife; g-arags, if wanted; inquire at 28 West street or Tel 651-K. jostf TENEMENTS TO RENT Also hay and ouimtng lots for sale; Mrs. J. T. Calla ghan, 44 Parkstreet TeLJ74-W. 08tf TO RENT Tenement of four relms- at 10 Smith place. Maple avenue, good crder. iu a monin; mitn Bros., 367 North Main street tf TO RENT-A tenement in Durk-e block, North Main street; Inquire of Mrs. Cal- lagnan, tel. J74-W, or Mr. Ahern, tel Z45-W. 94tf TO RENT Suite of two room In Currier biock ; vacant after May 1 ; apply to R. S. Currier, 20 East street. J9tf TO RENT Six-room tenement : Inquire of O. D. Shurtleff, 829 North Mdln 8t BTtf THREE TENEMENTS TO RENT ; FOUR houses for sale, eight farms, sugar tools and silos, farm machinery for sale: G. K, Adams, agent. South Barre, phone 8Z7-X. 18tt TO RENT Four-room tenement at North Main street : Main street 311 call at 120 North 01tf TO RENT-Tenement at 82 Merchant sireM, also four tenemtnt on Wilier street, all la flrst-claea shape: modern improvements : Geo W. Mann. 84 Wellington street Uti jtate of Vermont, District of Washington, aa, Th Honorable probata court for th dis trict aforesaid, to ail oersons int-ti tm the estate of Charles E. Davis, lste of Town of Barre, in said district deceased, GREET ING : WHEREAS, said eourt has aas'rned th 28th day of July next for examining and al lowing in account oi in aaminwiraior oil (ions; in tfiaie ? in atrum una lor decree of th reaidv of said estate to th lawful claimants of th sam and ordered that pub lic notice thereof b given to til persons intcrceXed said esta by publishing IB is ardr. thr week sorcts'Vlv previou tfc th day assigned in t Bsrrt Daily Tims, a newspaper published at th city of Barre, la said district THEREFORE, yoa are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier. In aid district on the day assigned, then and What does this MEAN TO VOU ? ;4src Perrt What better time could be fouml than right now to settle the home question! .tkwne good farm sugges- WANTED WEAVING WANTED Rag fug.in"drag carpet woven either 27 Inches or yard wide; Sybil D. Roark, R. F. D. 8, Williams- town, vt. 109t4 WANTED TO BU A fight imhotsT lum ber wagon In good condition : H. K. Wheeler, Allan street, JTel. 36-W. )07t3 WANTED Position as housekeeperT" with liule girl six years: address M. L. H., Waterbury, Vt, Box 284. ' 10St3 WANTED Primary or Intaemedlate" poal tion by teacher having twelve years' ex perience ; Normal graduate ; write to "N. G," care Times office. lOftB WANTED FOR VAC ATTON Housework, no cooking, by capable girl of fifteen ; stat femily and wages ; address Bux 20'i, Plainfleld, Vt 104t LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE One Briwoe roadster, 3 pas.eni, ger; H. F. Cutler ft Son. )!)el' FOR SALEtudebaker . innice cr,n' dition ; also new trailer, for quick al '- no rcBsonaoie oner refused, time given for i pevt or whole if secured; B. H. Adams, Chelsea. Vt. 108tf run SALt, line brand new Ford ca, Btb. el Garage. Inc, Bethel, Vt 107tS FOR SALE $ 150 "buys a 1913Buicktoud- ster. In oerfect running order, cash or i J!! D- H- Burdick, -Waterbury, Vt, Te 10S2:..-- lOTtSi FOR SALE Model SO dveriandtouring j car. In A-l condition, two spare tires, : motor driven tire pumpa, cash or terms ,- D. i H. Burdick, Waterbury, Vt., Tel. 106-Z. i lOTtJ FOR SALE One Ford touring car In" good 1 conditaon: one 1917 eight-cylinder Cad-i iliac, has been run about 9,000 miles; car! In first class condition ; thia my personal ear; inquire at Palace Garage, Barre. ! ... lORtf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE One bTerlanj j touring car. model 86-4; one Dodge tour.! ing: one Buirk touring. All In first eloss ' condition, good paint and rubber ; Nye Motor inc.. 266 North Main street. Barre. 9"t ; Downstairs at Colton's Placed WARD TIRES FOR THE FORD j !Wx3U, guaranteed for S.0O0 miles. ' ' 112.85, $12.85 112.35 ' . .. '- Sent anywhere by Pa-Po. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. ' 4 Stat- Street Montoeller. Tarmon HORSES AND VEHICLES fit FOR SALE A pair of heavy draft hnr.e; a bargain at uuick sale : Robert Gordcw. Montpelier. Vt 1 Oft ; FOR SALE One chestnut horse, jnol"wt'k-. J er and driver, safe for woman or chil dren ; will sell or exchange for cows that rresnen Mis rail; address T. J. Ferris,! More town, Vt 10M4 FOR SALE One-horse lumber wagon, near, ly new ; also alnele work harnesn and driving harness : 223 River street, Mort. pelier. Phone "43-W. 105-t Upstairs at Colton's Place j Genuine Rubber Harness is-4-inch Farm Harness W Humane Fabric Collars $2.7$ Yellow or Rrown Pads 59e ALL SORTS OF HORSE GOODS , VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.' t4 8Ut Street Montbelier, Vermont PAPEC SILO FILLER NEW SUMMER HOTEL. -4 Large On to Be Built Next Spring at Malletta Bay. Burlincton, -'uly 2i A summer ho tel. 2(K) feet Ion? with winjra of 150 fert. containing NX) sleeping rooms and Ml baths, ia to he built next aprin; on Malletta Bay. according to the plana of T. R. Brown, owner of the old WakefieM marble mill property at .Mallett Head. Mr. Hrown has nre pared plana and-1 pee; firat iona for the remodeling of the oM mill into a mod ern summer hoteL It will ortrlook Malletta Bar at one of the most sijfht !y pointa on that part of the lake. Mr. Brown haa already started a larjr fetrr ff men at work on the rre1in of neeral small burtjralows which will form the nuHeu of a sum mer colony. He hope to hav aopom modationt for 60 people by th end of the eaon. He is planning alo a nina-hole jjolf coure. which will He one of thi sport inc feature of the pla. There will alo be tennis court and other rc-reational farili tiee on the 190 acres of land con rcti with the property, whsrh kit a h-ra frortare of ap proximately three aed n-ha,f a-' T hfi'tl will be knowa a the Lake Oumplaai dub. The Times lassified Coumns Offers an ' Inexpensive 9 Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Hae to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. HOTEL ST. JAMES TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK CITY Just off Broadway at 109-113 Wet45th St. Mitch (Trd bf woman trarelini witbeat KrL "Sunshine in i An Hotel of quiet dignity, bar ing the atmosphere and appoint ments of a well conditioned home. 40 Theatre, all principal hops and churches, 5 to i tnia ntea walk. 2 minuteaof all snbwaya, "L" roada, avface cars, but line. Within i minute Grand Cen tral S minutes Pennsylvania Terminal. Irary fMB Snal aw at fe rata mmd kkle W. Joanaos) Otnsiis, Preaideat ther to eontsat th allowance of sal ee eount If reu see eause, an4 w establish four ncht aa heir. Ixateea and lavfal claimaat te ssid residue. I Given under my hand this 7th day mt July. 1 921. FRANK 1. MARTIN. Judg July-l5-22 KSTATE Or NORMAN McLEAY. 'siof Vanroflt. Dtriet ef Washinetne. aa. Th honorable probate court for the dis trict aforeaaid. to the heirs and all nersons interested in the eatate of Norman MrLeey, law of Town of Barre, in said district, de caed. GRKKJING: M'HEHA8. appltration hath been made to thia court In wrttme. hv h flministra- REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULL MO. nt n nip sail,- v.. i . . ,,' 'l,,,. 'j ik. .Vti constructed to both "Thi herd, mostlr white, sired by a 82-Ib. son vt,u u - ,h, ,M,, of Colsntha Johanna Ladd and out of a ,Ji? L. tm. l n-n. four-year-old ; a splendid Individual ; also two heifers of similar aire and breed- int; Dean P. Town. 1'lainfteld, Vt., N. B. 'phone. lOStf PIGS " YOR SAtE-Regis"trid Berkshire and Brkshire-Whlt Cheaters;, E. (5 Hood, Willlamstown, Vt. 108t6' No. 14P4. One of th real food one be tween Barre and Montpelier. only a short walk from the car line and two and ane-half miles from Montpelier; lie acres, and It a all equipped Vith from 25 to 30 head of stork, 1 horses, all famine- maehiiurr In- FOR SALE Eisrht Jersey cows between cludmc a new mllkina machine, two two- j of S raontha and T years, all fresh ; norse w-, ..v. wnj ,nr,i, Jersey bull; i heifer, lg month old; Zn4U'nJ: ' J- ."". M-nelie, !., thina asceasarr to carry on a S.Wow frm. ! FOR SALE Rwietered Guernsey bull Crop er all in and everrthtn will be left ! ealf 2 mo. old. record ancestors, price ready for business. Lara two floor barn neht, see him ; Oeo. L. Bates, North with high drive ; basement, aood silo and xtr eood atahle ; the bam would cost from 14000.00 to 16000.00 to build: eight-room nouae with porch anma front ; very !)- antly situated. Th tillare land lays well and ia extra good soil ; wood and fruit for home use. A splendid farm in choice lo cation. Prk for all, IS200.00. No. !. AH equipped for only I4SO0.0O. Villejr farm of 140 acre with a aurar bush of (00 maples, equipped with new Monarch rig and SOO bucket coating $7 00. On. II I cowa, I head of young atock, good young team, hom, 40 hees sad all famine i i. r.nw;n tnr ll. n.. chinerT and ouiument together with all spU all of real estate of aaid dereastd to grown flops: vest good ten-room house wit: situated in the Town of Barre. in " " barns with good subles : alxmt said district, representing to said court that P aeres in tillsge estimstrd to produe it would be beneflaal to the heir and all tons of hay beside oOr crop. A well V rson interested in the re tat of said de- nested fam only a few rod to church, ceased, to sell said real estate and convert rhvd. etc., and alx rnilja from Montpelier the sam. into money. " macadam road It l a bargain and And bringing into court th content and ! on'V 0 required aa first payment. r probation in writing, of all the heir to said estate reeidtne in this stst. and I YOU MR. CARPENTER! OR K MAV setting forth the situation of th real estate. WHO CAN f?K A HAMMER OR SAW Calais. Vt 107 1 LOST AND FOUND STRAYED A Scotch collie, strap around neck ; color, black, yellow an white ; anawcra to "Jennie" ; finder pleas notify Mrs. Dean Batchelder, East Barre. 10t6 POUMHY Don't Buy a New Battery Until You See Us for there are many new batteries sol3" whert the old one could be made good for a couple of years at small expense. Oliver's Battery Station BATTERY SPECIALIST Try An Adv. J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. ' Practice limited te DhaM of Infants sad Children. Office hour! t It, I is i f to a, and by appointment, Room it. Mil Granite Block, TL Wl-B. DR. FANNY T. CARLETON OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICIiN 1 RICHLAND AVK FHONE 441.9 Out of Town Wedneadaya and Saturday. h7'Uir,.w .-.4 o--t t and assigned the fth day of August, 1921. at the probate office in Montpelier. in said . district, to hoar and decide upon said ap plication and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be srivea t all person interested therein. br oubihina aaid order, together with the time and place mt hearing, three week successively in the Barre Daily Tunes, a newspaper which fir. eplauje in th neighborhood of t!y per son interested In said estate, all ea which publications shall b previous te the day asswned for htariag. THEREFORE, you srt hereby notified te appear befor aaid court, at ths time and pbe assigned, thtn and there in aid eourt to make your objection to th granting of euch H rente, if you see cauae. C.iven under my hind at Me-"lier m said district, this 21st day of July, 1931. I RANK J. MARTIN. Judge. JulyJ2-J-Aog COMMISMOXERS IfOTICE , ESTATE Or LOIT8 LCPIEN. The snderalgBad. hivinw been appointed by the honsrabi prsbats court for th diatrict sf Waahingtofi, eoanmissionera, to receiv. eiamtaw. and adjust the claims and deresnd rf all persona sgainst the estatcof Loot Lupien. late of riainneid, in said dev. -rw-t, aereased. en ml rm.ins ehih,:cd In effset thereto, hereby civ notice that w r;!l meet o- th- p.'Twe for-al at the ome or jona a. rnas. is the Town nf LOOK INTO THIS I 10 acre only two and one-half mile from Ham city with good barn, stable for SO eowa and a cork ing good farm which will carry thia n tim ber' summer and winter : only HOOA.Ofl. Th house is not Quit completed, outside ard roof all right but partitions should be tt and interior finish put en. When this k don th property will look cheap at 1000. This ia and alwava ha ben a money maker and is waiting fnr a handy purchas er to take immediate pnssraion as aa to get this year hay crop. Don't yen want to se thisf FOR SALE 10 weeks old ducks, about t lbs. each, at SSe a lb ; apply 0 Pros pect Ave., TeL 416-Y. 108tf REAL ESTATE FOR -SALE, AND EXCHANGE V.llag property of all kinds nicely lee eatad, blacksmith shopa, wood and georJ repair shop well equipped, a good nous with small Quantity of land with k II st Th Paper Blower is the only Rloer constructed to both "Throw snd BlowVf reasons for it I wonderful success. This kind of construe-1 tion means that it will take the least pos sible power to operate and it will not clog. You take no chances when you buy "Pnj pec" because of its reliability. It is not ar new K lower but the oldest and most re-i liable Blower type Silo filler on the market, f It costs less than most other Blowers and; "Pspec" is known to be right Why take a' chance when you can get'' a Paper. All sizes in stock ready for your inspection. Come and look them over. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. t, Tephoa 14 Orane Co. Telephone , w Our stock of fall goods for harvesting is complete. We can supply you at once with Reapers, Binders. Threshers. EnKines, ' Trucks. Silo Fillers. Twine and Repairs for all Harvesting Machinery. Our prices; on these goods are very low. You krow ; the quality of our tools, Nuff eed. No need to pay more. Com and see. MARSH-ALLEN CO. .. tf. E. Telephone 140 Orang Co. Telepbon FEATURES sired. Farm of all sue up to 400 with atock and tools or without, locations ef all kinds, soma with lots of timber and pulp wood ; alee four building lots so Franklin treet. Barr City, Vt : will sell right or excLang for other nropmty.. Ws ann by two worn FOR SALE ia th bead ing of thia advertisement, pness right- Call nd see us. Tsl Conn. A. R. Cole and P. S. Rogers, Agent MARSHFTELIX VT. SPECIAL The Mercer house ea Cliff street with land, at sacrifice nrk-e and must he old. This is on of the beet con structed houses In the city sad built nf stone by the lste owner for a home. Ought to sell fee 110.000, but circumstance taake It ouft desirable to sell ouickly so tha Ant prrhsner with 14-OO.aa will secure ft. let us show it to you. A very warm boo In winter and root in ummer. Fin ground nd a chew location at Uw head ef th street. Th abm are only ug:Un of what w can offer is farm and city proverry B sun to se us before bnymg. - ' DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICIAM BLANCHARD BUX. Otnee. T0S-W; RealaVsnee. TW-E. DR. L, II. CRAETREE sad GAGE & GAGE CHIROPRACTORS Hours : Monday. Wednesday end Friday, t to II a. as., and I SO to 4 a. wv ; Tues day. Thursda and Saturday, to t p. as. Montswlier: Monday. Wednesday and Friday 2 to t p. aa. : Tuesday. Thursday and Sat urday. 1 to 1? a m BARRE. VFRWO?T TVwr 2-W tNrh Msla Btreet DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN in OOe te. Rsoas . Ml BViMiag TMiim Caannrti'ai OTTICW HOIKS: ta. to 12 as. and I - ts I 4 vav sfsedsy. Twssday. Isarsisy aad frteag rvT p APT TT rrtTTXT-kT' '''"'I said distrwt. oa the 2nd day! Uti. KjAIU Jr. KUiJINSONi of August and 2(rUi day ef Janaarr nxt, i c . ,. . j irora i acinci a. m . until I cluck p. crrriaiinns in me Vwntft or the Skin and Cancer. Offjoe Houre 1 to S p. m. rfanr. Tlione rW K, Room 2 Mile Oranit BuiMinyRarre. "t. PERRY & N00NAN rxtxcrtLrD fttveral mtsismsGa fUmpHMi AaaealaBss aeevis Undertalcers and Licensed Embalmers Dene Sonar. Barr Tt taaatttkaa. els-W n m-. en ach of said day and that l months from tn 20th day ef July. A. D. 1921. is th time limited by aaid court for said creditor ; to present their claim to ua for ex-smis-, ation and allowance. I Dated at Plainneld. Tt, this list day ef . July. A. I F.R'm M. HARVFY. JOHN A. fXSS, Ceennussionera. Julyr2-e-Au:5 WE ALWAYS HAVE Juat what to ar lowking for ta taw Ha ef l-welrr. ailvsrwara, eat giasa. . Aw etetiorieTy. Oar wateb aad rtork reaaar wwrk roae sr. teed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ; ? ti l STRF.ET SOLE AGENT FOR ' BOSTON AMiRICAJf Tha Times x b aaiiai tftt Day or Night PROMPT SERVICE 'Phone 62T-V WE HAVE TAVO 5I0T0R A.MEV1XCES Therefore Can Guarantee the Best of Service. MYRON WHITCOMB, EAST BARRE INSURE YOUR PERSONAL EFFECTS WHILE TRAVELING Our Companies . Have Offices All Over the World Cover Lot er Damage t FIRE LIGHTNING THEFT . PILFERAGE LARCENY. J. W. DILLON, Eel ter Black, Barra, Tervett WSell Your Farm We Her Sold Oear K.000 Fsrass ta Det N km tee ad s aVsl rk.. Ys . A. S trout Farm Agency Cum u tat ftli J. I. DSSMNTR. A seat. Rwtsd Block Tilstbia. a:. sWra. TV til. omci v-. rrsjvEsxt, m-m t-OIXk-.TlONa EDWARD a DUFFICY LAWYER AtXRILL FLOCK. NORTH MAD fT. as.il rr. kotabt rcBLi; 12th Anniversarj' LOCATED FROM COAST TO COAST Thia Thur, Fri, Sat Only 10 OFF On ALL Purchases Teas, Ike I. aa. Csffea. lie Ik. ea. Eatrarta. I oi- I4e. Paansta lie at. Candtam, lie end an. ke sf all kinds. t,-SWEET NUT Msrgsrins 25c lb DIRECT IMPORTING CO. to N. Maia Street Barre, Vt. Store Also Montpelier. "ErerTthinj Guaranteed" e roetage Prepaid an All II. MsO Orders, Earest Bagar OF OVK PIPE CONS-TCTION PJi SIGNED FOR VERNON . t ONDiTlONS . 1. Heavf weight throuehout heater t stand variable changes of weather. . I. Full corrugated , one-piece nrepot ni; jointe. a. Inner wail ot plain ga, vanned iron. . with no abeti or moisture drawing tue' terials used in it construction. 4. A 7-inch cold air sp'-e fully surround., ing hot air drum. This is a very import-' ant item to consider. 5. Double clean out doors in outside casings. S. Complete furnace tsith but three Joints. 7. Full sise vapor pan. 8. Perfect triangular air circulating; grata. ft. Cup joint construction. 14. Published weights on every sis. 11. Extra high ash pit. A 12. Oos-pieee cast radiator no earns.-' We haw a few Heaters set up in our' salesroom 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 TO RENT Vacuum cleaner; The Elecrrta Store, li Elm street. ?8tf j VACUUM CLEAVERS eiraned and oiled; and elwtric flat Irons repaired; will rati, for and deliver: H B Haydcn. 0 Wn.li lngton atreet. Tel. "49-W. titt FOR FIRE. LTFK OS AlTOMOBrLE" Df Sl'RANCE. call oa B. H. Adam Agen cy. Chelsea. Vt. 2tf DANCING LESSONS Private Instructioa by appointment; call at 172 Main atreet. phone 1M-M ; Marie Oumlan. 18tf TRUCKINO By tha hour with tro-ton 4 truck -price msonable : also atons chips and atone dust for sale : tl.Bo per track load.? On ton-truck for aale: also electric pw -tars : one l-hor power and 1 5-herss.. powrr : Vermont Mfg. A Quarry Co offlca, t Mile Granite block. Depot Square, 'pheae 144-M. . I4tt HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR A FARM-" a two tenement la-room hnu cm Vain road in Wilhamftowa villaee: Williams Rock. 13 North Seminary atreet, Barre . liTt Lace Curtains We have a few dozen Lace Curtains which we wish to cloe out. We have marked them down to a bargain price. Come in and look them over. Lee & Clara B. Shortt XarsaSeJi, Veraest NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, Reeled propoeaki i!l be r-eied by thr Feiectmen of th town rf Rndo!rh. Vt-.-. at the Town Clerk Off.ce. Randoir h. t 1 'rtork p. m, Saturday Jiy J. lejl. for lx "o a Remforred tn-retd Bndra, 4 -ft. r by JI ft. road war.' . r Mm . ' . . J m : , -V wrr . , . , ' Town Clerk s OnVe. Rsndoiph. or th te ' Fagineer s free. M-ri'pe'ier. Vt A eert r I fieid ehwk ef I M w. ;t arrranrany each I bed. eoeras ef anscceeiafal beder .:! be i re-nee erf wit in 1 dav nf pni!yi ef rios. II rnrte to b completed by to IS a f Over. TV right rejeet er as ail bids teSaw. p L. loov;S, A.r t TI ! . 7 K. SsKIU. 6: