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THE BAKRE DAILY TIMES, 33ARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUJLY 28,- 1921.
7' "ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. Llewellrn Monteith of North Troy na been taken to a Burlington ho- . - " , , i t . - i pitai tor ireatmenx, oi lot-njaw, wing eCdUUHJ The death of Norman Bilodeau, six ear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Desire Bilodeau of St. Johnsbury, resulted iron, iniecuon cn aeveiopea in nit an rn fnnt. Kv,t. H. Lane, pastor or me HT-.4U T t... J.. l. fnr , "F""- "" "- to go Home when the car was discov er t Ave years, has tendered his res- ered coming over the bridge. On orders ignauon una wm iom uy mc aie oi a cnurcn m iew xianipsime. The securing of a census of all bur iais in jBiirnngton prior 10 lotu nas the men repairing a tire and an ex revealed that Stephen Lawrence was chantre of shots followed, durine which the first resident of that place, for an inscription on his gravestone states that he was the first man to settle with his family m Burlington, mis settlement was made in 1783 and Mr. LawTence died April 2, 1789. Brigham McFarland, returning to his bomt in Hyde i'ark from attending an entertainment in MornsviWe on a re cent night, was thrown from the au tomobile in which he was Tiding and struck violently against a fence beide k" ' in 'he ,J,T . JV, " . road. Bemg unab e to see the road, tos driver swerved the car into the i-j iU. - k- ... DenetrtuCU inc. mitwi " i "; chine through the hood and radiator, one of them smashing the steering wheel and narrowly missing killing the anver. NO NEED OF TROOPS To Be Sent Into Paper Mill Strike Re- eion in Vermont. ior James HartJiesa granted an interview in which he ex- ing steps to bring the charms of out pressed the opinion that present con- df4or '! in lower temperatures to the , . ... ... 1 i t i attention of the summer visitors, in ditwna in the strike territory at Bel- the hope tlm, mgnj, of them wm find lows fans aid not warrant inn wnu- ine of Vermont troops. While stating that Vermont property and Vermont citizens would oe proieci-a in cane oi trouble by the strikers, Governor Hart- ness emphasized that it was ew Hampshire's problem at the present time and that if Vermont did act it would be m cooperation wun me neign- boring state. Governor Hartness, who himself em- ploys hundreds of men in his plants at catering to those who are not afraid of Springfield, said that he was impressed the cold and seek wholesome recrea with the orderly manner in which the tion in the onen mar be made one of Strikers are conauenng inemseives. ine men, he said, with the exception of a very few radicals are well behaved and only loyal to their cauhe, adding, as his face broke into a kindly smile, "we must aamire joyniiy no iuiicr wnai the prompting force may be." ine executive was nni aiaiurDea oy reports from the southern part of the state that Vermont troops would be sent to the troubled territory but be- iievea inai sucn a proceaure wnuia not oe necessary unless tne strikers cnangea ineir preseni tames. , J : . . f ; I TT 1 . T T t. son also issued a statement to-day de- nying the need of sending troops to I Bellows Falls. FEW CARRY INSURANCE. Leas Than One-Fifth of 5,000 World War Veterana in Vermont. Less than 1,000 of the 5,000 veterans of the World war in Vermont are at ( the present time carrying their war insurance, according to information supplied at the State House to-day. .Notwithstanding the low rates offered by the government, says Adjutant Allan Fletcher of the American Le gion, but one-fifth of the ex-soldiers of the state are protecting themselves and families. The Legion is at present endeavor ing to cVtain a representative of the war risk insurance department of the government to make his headquarters in Vermont to aid the soldiers in ad justing their insurance. They have un til January 1 to do this. It. is un derstood that every New England state except Vermont now has a fed eral representative to look after ex soldiers' insurance. Vermont State Financer. "Ex Oov. Allen M. Fletcher can get an audience every time he declares , Vermont is facing a dollar direct state tax. The declaration is better than a brass band any time." Barre Times. It is doubtful if his audiences will do either himself or his state any good. Mr. Fletcher has made no startling dis covery so far as novelty ia concerned He ia not the first man to preach from ant economy text. Many leaders have given this warning to the voters for Tears, newspaper have been pound ing the fact home with damnable itera tion. Yet, instead of improement. conditions become worse. It is one of the strangest cases open to the study of the political psychologist. In dividually the people of Vermont com plain bitterly of the tax burden and of the tendency toward ever-increasing taxes. Collectively the people of Ver mont are passive and take the in creases aa a matter of course, doing nothing effective to stem the tide w ben, at a matter of fact, th full pow er to do repose in them. The Messenger wii among those who believed all this would change once the state resorted to a direct state tat because it felt that once the peo ple had a real taste of state extraa gance thev would tall a halt. But, along with other, it ha been disap pointed o far on this -ore. People complain but do nothing. After hav ing followed closely the doings of a half a dozen legislatures the writer feels certain that there will be no changee until the people, finally aroused, assert themselves positively in faor of econ omy and reduced expenditures. The legislature, after it lias been created, ia practically an impusaiMe place to begin an economy campaign. It is raid that in the case of the wayward by, the place to beg-in reform is with hi arrandlather. o in the mtter of legilature the place to get the econ omy idea into them is before they are born. In other words, the people should to it that the men they send to Montpeli'r not only possess the knowl Hre of the necessity of economv. hut have the judgment and the backbone j to keep appropriation down. In not otJier way us a halt he called. And it would pay our citizen in dollar and I cents to give thi whole matter their moat serious and continuous considera tioeV" feL Alhan Meenger. -f EXCHANGED SHOTS WITH RUM RUMSERS "Dry" Officers t Alburgh Got 200 Bot- ties of Beer But Men Escaped. Burlington, July 28 After exchanjr- 1 ing ihot, wjth fe(jml prohibition offi . ,.., .--I, 41,, - woods near Sand Bar bridge, in AI- burgh early this morning and made their escape. Their oar, containing 200 Mk of b . the ffi. I ' " cers. , I Xhs nftwrti wA hnon c fo rAircr an all ;,,. vio-il , .u,t r.H '" J - to Imlt the driver of the machine speetl- e(1 up anl tne orj,oerg ..hot at the tires, taking nn the nnrstiit Ahnuf a half a - mil. further on the officer came UDon I the rum runners abandoned the car and took to the woods which line the road. They have not been caught as yet. ihe car is registered m the secre- tary of state's office as belonging to John Brandon of Winooeki. Winter As a New England Asset. The old-fashioned New England win ter is to come into its own as a valua ble asset to this section of the coun try, if the plans of the winter sports committee, which has been formed tin- " th "I- of the Boston L chamber ot commerce, work out as well as now probable. It is mated that al rpaHv '., K mv.r. .w J . " .. v..-. Oil muni, aa 'J 1 1 raanrt Iw.tala .nkinU ,m ""V ' '"' .".. th, near kiv, f nH thair Hnnr. r about rbor day will this vear remain open gn(1 cater t0 the patronage of the iov,r 0f winter snorts. These are i in addition to the hotels which have been the pioneers in the movement and have demonstrated its possibilities. I Advertising winter in the midst of the heat waves of the summer months 18 tl" 100K'tl UP" as a novelty in this pt worth while to return and look upon their haunts as thev annear when thev have cast aside the greens of summer and donned the ermine of winter, it i not to be expected, of course that New England winter resorts will tVer approach in the number of their patrons the throngs that flock to this -ection in the summer, but the increae- ing love of outdoor life in this country ffive assurances that the business o'f no inconsiderable proportions. The win- ter resorts of Switzerland, with their invigorating sports, are world-famous, There is no reason why there should not be similar facilities for providing winter pleasures on this side of th ocean, and obviously New England has eppecial advantages in that particular, Commendable progress . has already been made, here and there, in building up patronage. Organized effort should attain much greater results. Boston Transcript. JcesemDiance. A singer's 'range is like a kitchen range if it is a good one it will draw well. Boston Transcript. The Truth About Eczema and Piles Thousands and thousands of peopU, sari Peterson of Buffalo, are learning every! week that one cent box of Peterson's I Ointment will abolish ecsema and banian ! piles, and the araateful letters I receive every day are worth more to m than j money. "I had eczema for many year an my head and could not ret anrthinc to stop I the aaony- I saw your ad and rot op ! box and J owe you many thanks for the ' good it has done me. There isn't a blotch on my head now and I eould't help but t'mnk Peterion. for the. cure ta areat" Miss Mary Hill, 420 Third Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. ' "I have had Itchinc eilss for IB years and Peterson's is the only ointment that relieves me, besides the piles seem to have tone." A. B. Ruier, 112? Washing ton Avenue. Racine, VYia. Use Peterson's Ointment for old sorea, alt rheum, chafing and all skin diieases. DruxirUts recommend it. Mail orders filled bv Peterson Ointment Co., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. , Let Us Fix Your Horn or Lichts. We noticed yesterday that they were not very ood. Oliver's Battery Station BATTERY SPECIALIST J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Practice limited to Dbease wf laiaata and Children. OfBca Bonn i t ts 1. I ta 4. f to t, and by appotatanecat Room 1. Mile Granlt Skxk, TL 82-sV DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BLANCHARD BLDO. Paooaa: Omea, T-W ; tesldeaoa, TOe-C. DR. L. H. CRABTREE and GAGE & GAGE CHIROPRACTORS Hours: Monday. Wednesday and Friday, to 1 1 a. an., and 4 :0 te $ p. m. : Tuea. day, Thursday and Saturday. 2 to I p. an. Montpelier: Monday. Wednesday and Friday : to S . tn.; Tuesday, Thursday and Sat unlay. 10 tn IT a. m I BARRE. VERMONT I 'Phone i-w l North M.ha 8 tree ' nn T nil'in TA u . t-.t-tt 1 DI. 1-r, V 1 U. HI 11 IX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Ir ftmra i, M'les sWlleUag Ti'hjete Cenerti-iai OmCn! HOIRS: tin as II as. and 1 s atan. Moe-eay. Taeaday. Tbaraday a ad Pneavr Day or Night PROMPT WE HAVE TWO MOTOR AMELXAXCES Therefore Can Guarantee the Best of Sen-ice. MYRON WHITCOMB, EAST BARRE JL Consult the Eminent jT Ordained Medium r Cliboyant lifi Ruder liiroyant Lift Ruder REX ATTENTION I 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. Tells your physical, men tal, moral, social and financial conditions with unerring accur acy. Tells what you call for. Telia whom and when you will marry. Advice on business, law, love, marriage, divorce and all affair, reunites the separated and cause marriage with the one of your choice. Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week. 205 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. Hours: 10 a. m. to . 8:30 p. m. MONUMENTS We have a few aire ones on hand on which we will offer aenula bargain. Come and ee them. 'Phot C14.W a 207-X. J. 0. BILODEAU & CO., INC. Barre. Vt INSURE YOUR PERSONAL EFFECTS WHILE TRAVELING Our Companies Have Offices All Over the World Cover Losa or Damage by FIRE LIGHTNING THEFT PILFERAGE LARCENY. J. W. DILLON, Bolster Block, Barre, Vermont DR. FANNY T. CARLETON OSTEOPATHIC TEYB1CIAS 21 HIGHLAND AVI TH0VE 441-M Out of Town Wednesday and Saturdays. DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Ptmializinjr in the Disease of the Skin and Cancer. Office Hour 1 to fl p. tn. daily. Thone TOO R, Room 2 Mile Granite PulMinfr. Barre, Vt. PERRY N00NAN 17KIXCFLLED FTJKERAL rVRKTSimfOa Heapital Ameulsxe Berrien Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square. Barre TeL eonnectiaw. 4!$.$? WE ALWAYS HAVE Just what you are looking for ta the line f Jewelry, ailverwara. cut gkua. etc. Ala stat.onery Our aratrk and elorh repair ansrk nteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 24 ELM BTEJT3CT SOLE AGEKT FOR ' BOSTON AatXRICAJT SERVICE 'Phone 620-W J The Water's Fine ESTATt Or ANN ELIZA PENMMAN. Stat of Vermont, diatrtct of Randolph, aa. The honorable nrooate court tor toe duv- trM aforesaid : To the heira and all -wr- aona interested in the taU of Ann Eliia Penniman. 1st of Williamatown. in said dlatrlct. deceased, GREETING : WHEREAS, application hath been male to' this court in writing by Charles M. Basv-' er. administrator, with the will snnexed. ' praying for license and authority to sell all the real estate of said deceased, including the dewelllng house with about one- half acres of land adjoining, situated in Wllliametriwn village, representing to said court that it would be ben- eflclal to th heir and all persons interested in th estate of said deceased, to sell said rail estate) and convert the same into money. And bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs to ; said estate residing tn this state, and set- unc lorta tne situation oi tne real es- "" n m usr ox nuxusc, tet. ! I robate office in Montpelier in said WHEREUPON, the said eourt appoint-d ! district, b) hear and deride noon said npptl. and assigned the 12th day of August, li)21, on and petition, and ordered public ne at the probate office In Chelsea, in laid tire thereof to he given to all person inter, district, to hear and decide upon (aid appll- 1ea there, by publishing said order, lo cation and petition, and ordered puDlie f"er w.th the tlnie and place of hearing, notice thereof to be gtven to all person 'nr uceeaslvely in the Barre Daily interested therein, by publishing said order, TlB,J K nwPPf which circulates ia the together with th time and place it hear- "ehborhood of those persona interested In Ing. three weeks sueoaasreets in the Barre ". all of which publications shall Pally Times, a newspaper whkh circulate In the neighborhood ef thee persona inter ested in said estate, all ef which punnra tions shall be previoua t the day aaaigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said eourt. at th time and plaice aaaigned, then and there in said court to make your objections tu th granving of tueh license, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Chlsa, in said district, thi 26th day of July. 121. GEORGE L. STOW, Judge. July2-Aug,.ll i; ESTATE OF CEORGE"w.LYNOE. 8 tale of Vermont Dm trie f Randolph, . Th honorable pronto eourt for the dis trict aforesaid, te th bain and all persons Interested In th estate of ' eorre W. Lynde, late of Willis me town, in said dia. toict deceased. GREETING: WHBREA8. application hath been made this court in writing, by Chines A Briggs, adminlstratoe, praying for license ' and auhtority to aell all the real laU ef aaid deceased, including a aummer eottag at Berlin pond, also the home fsrm eon- siaiing m uweiiing hh win r" i-, taehed. tool house, hay barn, outbuilding and about 00 acres of land; alas mill site, dam. and land adjoining at Mill vlllegs. representing to aui court that it iuld be beneficial to the heira' and all persona interested In the estate of aaid deceased. to aell said real estate and convert the ame into moruy. And bringing into eourt the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs to said estate, residing in this state, and setting forth th . situation of ,hi,L7l,?. .v. ...s . ; . nn,nw.rir, n ipwin"-i and assigned the 12th day of August lf'Vt. I at the probate office in Chelsea, in ssid ditnct to bear and decide upon said appli , cation and petition, and ordered public no. tiee thereof to be given ta all persona inter ! ested therein, by publishing ssid rder. to 1 aether with the time and place of hearing. three weeka successively in the Barre Daily ) Times, a newspaper which circulates tn the neichbnrhood of those persons interested in said estate, all of which publications shell : be previous to .he day aaaigned for hearing. I THEREFORE you are hereby notified ta , appear before said court, at the time and piece aesignea, tne ana mere in earn court to make yeur bjeetieeia to the granting ef sera licence. If you see eeuae. utven vnaer my nana at msts-a, in said d.strict. th 27th da, M July. n VYHFKEAft, ..Id eourt ha .,g,ed the . , OtORGE L. 8TO. Judge. ln,h kagmt , for 9nminiBa luJ?i'Au,4U land allowing the account ef the admin istrs, ESTATE Or LOUIS Lt'P'E.N trlx ef the estate ef aaid deceased and for State of Vermont Dietrict as Wash! wt m. as. ; . ,ot ,,h '" 'd asUte te The Honorable Probate Court, for the Die- iVul tlatmanta af the same, and or- triet Afore.au! : I eWed that public notice thereof be given to to the hem aad ell persona interested in1 a II persons interested in said estate by pub. the estate of Louis Lupien. late ef Plain. lhing thia order three weeks surres field. ia said district deceased. GREET- ,v' C""' the day aaslgned. in the IHQ j Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published WHEREAS, application hath been made t'T Barre. in .aid district ta thai eourt in wnting. by the adminto- THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to .mi tk. ill . u. r appear at the probate office In Montneliar. Emmona, praying for license and authority to Mil all of real estate of .aid deceased to wit: ..tu.ted in th. Ln.e ll.ln.l. i.i In said district representing to ssid court that a. ,j u- v....i ." k , . ... nerson. interested in the MtaLe of .id deceased, to aell said real eataie and convert the same into twoney I And bringing into court the enaent and approbation in writing, ef all the heira, to aaid estate residing tn this atakr. and aetting forth th situation of the real t- . t H-HtEI'WIV eh. ...4 r.,rf .j-t-l . ..j i i .k. i.IL V. , Y." . i!i 'T" " . - " w 1"r "" -' P:m.nda of all weewMi. .e.tnwt Ik. ftllcatloB and petition and ordered pub ic notice thereof te be given te all persona interest therein, by publishing sale, order, together with the tune and place of hear ing, three weeka euereaeively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates In the neighborhood ef those person inter ested in said estate, all of which public a tmne .hall be pnmoua te th day aaaigned for hearing. THEREFORE, yen are hereby notified to appear before aaid eourt. at th time and piece aaaigned, then and there in said eourt to nuke your objection, te '-re grertirc of such lireaa. if you see caaw. Given under tag hand at Montpelier, ta aaid dartrirt thia 17th day ef July. 111. MARY J. CL'TLER. ReguUr. July28-Aug.ll HOTEL ST. JAMES TIMIS SQUARE, MEW YORK CITY Jtut off Broadway at 109-113 West 45th St, Maca bear A In; wets) triiaj wit Weed erect "Sawsbin ia ererj ream" Aa Hotel of cjoiet die-nity. b ln t tb tnopbrr aed arpoiat aaent of wtil eeaditsoaed . 40 Theatre, alt prirjdpl hop aad cbnrchta, 3 to 5 aua ajte walk. 2 anlaateaof allawbwgr. 'X' road, rarface can, bn line. Withia 3 gaiaate Crnd Cea- traj S ai.aate reeatyl Tcnaiaal. ESTATE OF FLORA M. BURNHAM. 6tate of Vermont, District of Waehlnrton, aa. The honorable arabate court for the dia- Wet aforesaid, to the heim and all pe-aone interested in the estate of Flora M. Hurn. 'ate of City of Barre. in as id district. deceased, GREETING : WHEREAS, sppltrstion hstJ been made to tnte ert in writing, by the executrix, Clara A. Oigood, praying for license and authority to sell all of real estate of ssid deceased to wit; situated in the City of Barre. In said district representing to '! eourt that it would be beneficial to "eirs ana an persons interested in the estate of ssid deceased, to sell said r' tat and convert the same Inte money, ; And bringing into court the consent and I approbation in writing, of all the heirs to aid estate residing in this state, and set- ""a1" ,n uaton of the real estate. w HER EL PON, the said eourt appointea "Ji. ' o i aaaixnea jot nesnng THEREFORE, yott are hereOy notified to appear before said eourt, at the time and place aaaigned, then and there in (aid court to make your objections to the granting of urh license, if you see eanse. Give unde- wig hand at Mmtpelier. la aaid district, thia 21th day of July. 121. FRANK i. MARTIN, Judge. July21-2S-Aut ESTATE OF JAME8 FLTNN. State of Vermont District of Randolph, ea. The honorable pmbete court to. Mis d trict aforesaid, to the heira and all persona Interested tn the estste of James Flynn, lata of WillismatowTi, in said .district, deceased. GREETINO i WHEREAS, application hath he-n mad te thia court in writing, by Abel L. Fos ter, administrator, praying for li cense and authority to sell all the real ew- t. nt .. I A Mw.a .m! fn. tk. n. .n..i.l .f ut,ta and rinm. rJt .ii.i. t. tine forth therein th. umi f rf.K. ! trom M deceased, the ehanrea of admin, Istration. and the amount of personal ee- (ute and the situation of tl" real estate. WHEREUPON, the said cturt annotated and aaaigned th 6th day of August 121, at the probate office in Cheiiea. In aid dietrict. to hear and decide upon aid appl'-ation and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to all persona in terested therein, br publishing said order. three weeka aoreseivel) in the Barre Daily n.. . ki, .(!., i. k. neighborhood of those persona interested in " PnbliratMna .hall be previous to the day assigned fr hearing, THEREFORE, you are hereby notifled t appear before aaid court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in said court te make your object ion. ta the granting f such Iteenee. If you see csuse. Oiven under my hand at Chel.ee. in aaid district this 20th day of July. 121. GEORGE L. STOW, Judge. uly2t-28-Aug ESTATE OF ROSWELL L. PERRIK. State of Vermont District of Washington, aa. The honoraale prolate -mirt for the dis trict aforesaid: To all persons inter ested in the estate ef Roe sell L. Pernn. ' late of Berlin, in said district deresned. rorrnvo in dUtrict on the day assigned then ,n, " i'ow.nce T -ont if you see cause, and to eatsbliea , 'Vr ri.rh heira legatees and lawful cl.'mant. to ..id residue. . C,rm un,ln "and. this 20th day of ' , , ... . . , ...... FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Jujr" - " - " COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ' ESTATE OF RATTIE E. FLETCHER. rv. . . . . . . . I br the honorable probate court for the dia. "T F'"""nra. ravine oeen appoinie oy the ho trirt of Washington, commissioners, to re elve. examine and adjust the claim, and de. Hattie E. Fletcher, late of Town ef Barre. ia said district deceased, and all claim, exhib ited in offset thereto, hereby give notice thst we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the office of A. C. Dickey, in the Town of Barre. in said dt.trirt on the th e.y of Auguat and 19th day ef November text from I o'clock p. m.. until 4 o'clock n. an., en each of said daya and that eii month, from the $4th day of May. A. P. iVl. la the time limited by said court for aeid creditors to present their (laim ta tat for anamination and allowance. Dated at Town of Berre. thia 1Mb day of July. A. D. 9il. AI.PFRT C. DICK FY. ANSON C. COLEMAN. Commis.ianera. July2l-Z6-Augt mm4 p.ataj fee rate ead tnUit W. J-avsosr Onew. fn d nt "weaaacSawaakm Three Lines for 25c Tha Tlmas will anUlah Waata. taat aa rurf. r S.I- -f .,. Zkaa.l-K rtquir-a, .. theme nta at the rata twen-!ve eeota for the it of thrx lina l UB ceota for oh lubeetfielt inceHisn. FARMS FOR SALE FARM'riiS kai r an n..t,r. ' .nil iUe?.RugALoV.rd:Cr"nntUMw;, houae and barn; buildinia In food repair: home of li rooms in A-l condition ; A minutea from church, achool, atore and punt onice; aec or write owner, r. Clancnani. West Toa.ham. Vt 10atS ... -. . : .- . 12.)-Acre errnont Farm With Horses, Poultry, 0 t'ows and full implements included if you act juickly, beautiful heme and productive farm on lm- moved ,r,.A iu ,..,.,,, i.v , m,t h,i. -i.k i.-l, i, tin'.,,., 15-cow spring-watered paatura ; about 00 desiring to become nurses; spply to su cords wood, 130,000 ft. timber! 0 applo ffrmtendent, Milford, Hospital, Milford. trees. i0 sugar maples; good 12-room j M,s-: th xt class enters in 3eitTnher. house, excellent view, 10-cow barn, garag. lMl- lltts To settle affairs $2600 gets all ; part WANTED Teacher for diitrlct school ; F. can. easy terms. One of atate s flnuit! bargain : Investigate. Get my Ulua. ( utn. log describing this nd other fsnns. J. J. paehner, Barre, Vt. Will FOR SALE Farm consisting of 80 acres, stock, tools, 10 cows, pair horses, sugar house equipped, 700 maples, both pulp and hardwood, apple orchard. 9-room , painted house, cow barn, horse barn, hen house, good water, convenient to depot and town ; will sell cheap or exchange for city property; Telephone JM-W. Barre,yt 6Hf FARM FOR SALE I have in my hands for for immediate sale, a farm situated in th town of Calais, containing 77 acre, more or less, suitably divided into tillage and pasture, plenty of wood for place and some soft timber; gunning water t heute and barn, building in fair repair 1 rasy terpia if desired; price $1500; apply to BenA. Eastman, Barre. Vt. bO YOU WANT TO SELt.'YOUR FARM OR OTHER REAL ESTATE T Do yoa want to buy u farm, garage, store or village heme. Farm of all sizes and prioes ; if try the western Sales Agency, one or to largest in America. B. H. Adams, Cbebea, Vt. ltf ESTATE WHY 15 REAL E5fATf A DESIRABLE SECURITY r oSK Perrx Th safest and most valuable part i f any estate ia the real estate; that's the reason the call it REAL, estate. It ia a safe en during investment. We will tell you of fome properties wtitch will meet your reotiir menu for home building or investment. Two houee with nearly two acres of land at about the pnee of one: very large barn. There is a good six room cottage with furnace, bath, etc., always rented at flS.,10 per month ; very pleanantty situated. A two tenement house with ten rooms which rents tor x.-y.ou per montn to gooo ciaas of tenant. By occupying one tenement and renting the others, the income will pay all taxes, water rents, etc.. and leave good sum beside to pay off the mort gage or put to other uaea. Both htnises can be bought for only $400n.0. Or will aell the cottage alone for only $16S0.O). For only $1200.00 we can sell vo,i a good sia room cottage heated by steam ; good garden and only about three min utes wnik from the poet office. A home that should aril for from $JS00.0(Mi to $200.00. The owner has left town and says "sell it" Two tenement house on Msple aveniK. with large parrel of land. A fine location and all in good hspe. $2600.00 will buy it and it ought to sell for $1000.00 more than this. Terms will be eaey. Msple avenue house all modem, hard wood floors, fine plumbing, etc.. wide porch. An exoeptionslly good home and cheap at $200.00. No. 1621. Plainfield farm, stork and tools. only two and one helf an I lea from village and four and one-half miles from Barre city. A 20-eow proposition all storked and eamina good money. 1 her are 141 acre the tillage ia practically level and in good tats H cultivation ; lots of wood and the owner has refused $1000.00 for the cedar on th farm : two good barns and nine room house. With the farm will be aold 20 cows, good teem of horses, milking mschine and alt tools snd cropj for $5600.00. Terms $2600.00 down. We can conceive no better time than now to buy real estate why put it on 7 I 11 j. P. 1 1-j. 7 1 I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE Village property of all klada nicety Va cated, blacksmith ahopa, weed and general repair .hop well equipped, a good hnnaa with small auentity c lend wttb at If de aired. 1 arnw ad all atsea an te 49 nrraa. with stork and tool, or without location of all kinds, some with lets of Masher and nulD wood : also four buiMing lota e Franklin street. BtVre City. Vt : will eil - - rl. FT) SA Is la ti,. meaabr t. words FOR &ALat la i the W bead. tsvg ef that ndwertwrment oas right Call and see us- i Con a. A. R. Cole and P. S. Rogers. Agent MAR5ETTZLD. W Haw SeM Owat 20400 F areas t Date E. A- Strout Farm Agency feenwianieate With J. I. OArrTNER. Agwad. Uewlaad Rleeh Telepaasae ia. Bar. TV. T'.i Cbii;!iii Tracspcmiioi Ccsipair AUTOMOBILE FEBBY SEBYICE between BsrUaftoa, Vt, aad Fort Kent, It. Y, he th qilirkest and agfest rout li.Rimodioii steamer le re Burlington a follow: Daily Except Sunday .SO a. a.. 10 a. m . 1:10 p. an , 4:30 p. an. and 11:15 p. at. Sunday Only a a. m , 2:30 p. m , 4:15 p. m. and : IJ p an. Pietanr. 14 miles One hour eroasire Aat nmohilea eamed tn and from ail landincs. WRITE FOB AUTOMOBILE FOLXEB D. A. Lonmia, t,er-ere! Maiarr. Bnrhpon, Vt. K. J. Poweri, Gn r Apt , A!tief, V. Y. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED Flrst-ela automobile merhsn " r.rT'.".'.,.-r..V.""K,"V: - .: . ' , WANTED Twent StTTfll competent .ton liar with air-haHiiner, to cutters, familiar work in Indiana Llmrstonc district: wi until tVhruarv 1. lBS 11.00 Her hour. eia-ht-hnur day. to take place of men atrike. The firma deairina1 men have contract KX'rnTyn St. Z'ZZ?.0" WJ,h a-J."rn mTL f of America. Membera of 'the Journeymen Stone Cutter' Asn. ire refining- to work in mill where contract : - ... i"j ' C...J.. ,ork umon m.n. are employed. Mjart r i guaranteed to goort workmen. See Mr. mon- j roe. Pavilion Hole,, Montpelier. 114t3 ,zs-'r--xzr: - i I HELP WANTED FEMALE ' nrnsBA , , ".."""" MILFORO H08PITA L Offers a three i years' course in training to yountr v. omen C. Royce, Northneld. Vt., R. r . D. 1, Orange C Tel. 08tf WANTED AT ONCE Awoman to make pies; apply to Fierce A Clark's, Mont pelier. ' S6tf HOUSES TO RENT TENEMENTS-TORENT InTiuding-a -room one; also building lota fir sale; Mis. J. T. Callaahan. 44 Park street. Tel. 17 w 1S(f TO RENT A small tenement " at 24 West street for men and wife; garage, if wanted: inquire at 28 West street or Tel. 5S1-R. 108tf TO RENT Suite of two roomssin Currier block ; vacant after May 1 ; apply to R. S. Currier, 20 East street. tptf T6 RENT Six-room tenement; Inquire of O. D. Bhuitlrff. $29 North Main St S7ti THREE TENEMENTS TO RENT : FOUR houses for sale, eight, farms, augar tools and silos, farm machinery for sale; G. IL Adams, agent South Barre, phone 327-X. 16tf TO RENT Four-room North Main itreet ; Main street tenement at 31$ call at $20 North SOltf TO RENT- Tenement at $2 Merchant street. also four tenements on Wilier street, all in first-class shape: modern improvements; Geo. W. Mann. 64 Wellington street M WANTED FARM WANTED Would like to hear from any one having a farm to rent with or without stock : addresa Farmer , care Time office 114t WANTED A place to work for a bunincM couple having no children, or for elderly people; telephone 882-13. uzt3 WANTED By young man, graduate of buainesa course, position in office; addren "D," Times office. 11t3 WANTED-By young lady, graduate of Spaulding high school, position aa stenog rapher; address "B", Times office. 109tG LIVE STOCK FOR SALE ViTTLE PIGSFORSALE Inquired atC. A. Dodge, Montpelier rood, Tel. 469-M. 113tf FOR SALE Two 4-weeks old Holstein bull calves, eligible for registry : Dan Forbes, at Lowell MriLeod' blacksmith shop. mts FOR SALE Four-weeks' old pigs; Don V. Camp, 'phone 88-Y. 109tf REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULL S MO. OLD FOR SALE From my accrtdited herd, mostly white, aired by a 32-lb. aon of C olumns Johanna Ladd and out of 17-tb. four-year-old: a splendid individual also two heifers of similar age and breed. ing: Dean P. Town. Plainfield, Vt., N. i -phone I - instf HOUSES FOR SALE $700.00 COTTAGE HOUSE Six rooms, good site yard, spring water, within city limits for futher particulars innuire of McAlli ter k Kent. Worthen Block. 112ta FOR SALE House of eleven rooms, fitted so as same eould be used fpr two tene ments. Sanitary fixtures are modern, with gas and electric lights fitted throughout the house; with this there Is a .tore nxm and a large woodshed, also a nice large garden. Location in Ward 1 ; near Ma street. This will be sold at a .aennce aame mu he disposed of at once aa own ers are leaving town at a very early date. For further information apply at B. T. ", Times office. 113t6 TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE FOR SALE Centrally located on parcel of land con talning gt acres, more or less: spring and city water ; plenty small fruit, straw hemes, raspberries, blackberries, cherries apples and grapes, all of which are produce in quantities; owner'a reason for aclling is because of change in working condition! This property can be bought at a reason able price. Address, I. M., care 1 Irm office. llltf The Times Columns Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. Try An Adv. in The Times Classified FOR SALE - rARlY ha paid $313 on beautiful niahnov - I .nJ .i..7l .maw. aza, any piayer.piano. used seven w .L Vim . -"' -"t'.. seven w,k. Ott. IStfiray balance, monthly or each and ft ie ; ?I"J?," itno . No. 71 Main St, tprtnil'iW' Maaa., 'tverything Musical." ; ..... . 1UU.19 I WANTED Two kits of A.h. . A 1 on cutlers' toola ; apply A. z.-. ..... "nee. mis i ."- ''rV.-2x"u" ruLl .flf L30 i J"- O'Dotm.ll. fo i U. Hmijh, Craftobury, Vt. U3tff BLACKBERRIES All old customers end your orders immediately for canning that I may disappoint none; Mrs. Ceo H GrsKirich. Williamstown. Vt.. pivi ? 112t ANOTHER CAR Best Grade British Columbia Red Cedar Shingles- Now at Plainfield, Vt., Inquire of . D. B. DWINELL, " East Calais, Vt. ! FOR SALE Mill slabs, ef.MTlajPCTjIW. ' iutr i FOR S A LE Milrh tVii i-i U.ZT1 .TlT .-J I fromth. field; M. L. Town.. ' Stf F0A .A.F' RENT OR EXCHANGE- ' Grist mill with house, barn and acre' land in West Topsham, Vt. : good opening r"'L?e.p'r,y; H- W' n1 Emma Dane". Cabot, Vt ,3tft WOOD FOR SALE BlockW$5ToFli ? cord, delivered in two-home loads: tee-, ond growth $4.60 a load: Jamea H. Kelley. f EaatJMontpeUerrMd;Tel. 419-M. Trjtf ! F25 SALE l-inch lath.in.n7a7aS.r '"J desired; matched apruce boards, and? rough lumber: write for price and trm. Groton Mfg. Co., Croton, Vt. $2tfl CLAP?OARDS "FOR "SALEAH'niiaesTrei molll l ft Co Balje, Vt , 43ffr FOR SALE A preparatkfor cleaning ' granlt- snd marble monuments: brighten 00 letter;ng and makes the whole maun- T memt look clean and new m,H.ti. on application; Jamea Sullivan. 114 Park tree. Barre. Vt. llitf AUTOMOBILES 5 FOR SALE Ford coune, "new paint de. mountabie rime, good condition: W. G.," Siimaion, White River Jet., Vt. 114t6- FOR SALE A 640 even-paMengerAuburn touring car,, excellent condition ; '.V. S. BaasetH Prosi&ct street. 1l3t9 FOR SAT V-One OMnmobile eirhtT 1921 i model, run 2.000 miles: also a 1917 rr.rdt touring ear, in good running condition:.' Inquire at Palace Garage. JlStf F9? SALE Ford tmiring car "with "starter: Chalmers touring: Cole-8. seven-passen- er : all in fine condition ? K xr ' Ioe- . loatr" FOR SALE Studebaker . in nice'""con. dition ; also new trailer, for nuielr ..L. . no reaaonahle offer refused, time given for na.t or whole If secured: R IT AA. CheUea. Vt. , WttJ Downstairs at Colton's Place! WARD TIRES FOR THE FORD Sflx3H. guaranteed for H.000 mfles. ' I12.SS. I12.SS f 12. 85 Sent anywhere by Pa-Po. , VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. 4 Stat Street Montneller. ' armoM . HORSES AND VEHICLES Upstairs at Colton's Place ! Genuine Rubber Rarneaa $2S' lS-4-inch Farm Harneei '9t. Humane Fabric Collars $2 Yellow or Brown Pad. 59o ALL 80RTS OF HORSE GOODS VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. - 14 Stat- Street tlontoelier. Vermont' -r PAPEC SILO FILLERS The Papee Blower is the onlr Rloxer constructed tn both "Throw and Blow". This ia one of - the chief reasons for It wonderful success. This kind of construc tion means that it will take the least nnu ible power to operate and it will not. clog. . " You take no chances when you buy "Pa7 pee" because of its reliability. It is not a" new Blower but the oldeat and most re liable Blower type Silo filler on the market.'. It costs lass than mast other Blowers and,. "Papee" is known to be right Why take a chance when too can art a Papee. All sixes in stock ready for yousr inspeetion. Come and look them over. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 14 Oranre Co. Telephone. Spray Potatoes Now For Blight ; A new shipment of copper sulphate (bl'i vitriol) just in. Extra nice clear crystals special price on quantity. , Marsh Allen Company ' K. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone1. MISCELLANEOUS LICENSED AUTO FOR HIRE Partie carried each day after 4 p. m. on weeK daya, Saturday aftr-nnnns and Si:ndy.y all hours ; George M. Henry, 2? Branrh . itreet. llltf', TO RENT Vacuum cleaners; The Electrin Store. 11 hn atreet. 78tf VACUUM CLEANERS cleaned and oiled-' and electric flat Iron, repaired; will rail far and deliver;. H. B. Harden. 90 Waeb- gton atreet. TeL 749-w. UtC; ton FIRE. LITE OS AUTOMOBILE IN.: SURANCE. call on H. H. Adams Agen cy, cnehwa. vt "-' DANCING LESSONS Private instroctioa by appomtment : call at 172 Main street.? phone lSC-M Maria QatnUn. 18tf. TRUCKING By th hour with twe-ton, truck price reasonable: a Wo atone chip. and stone dust for sale : tl.O per truck load. On ton-truck for sale ; also electric no-. one i-hore power and l-borse ; : Vermont Mfg. 41 Quarry Co. omV, Mile Grsnite black. Depot Sqosrs, phoi IMH t4tf' LOST AND FOUND LOST Female collie puppy, two month . old. sable wjtb wtiite around reck, no collar; nleaa notify Dr. Howard H. Neid,? Barre. vt. nan CONCERT DANCE Nicol's Orchestra PET EX TIECES INCLl'DtVO SAXOrHONE QUARTET .61 Maple Ave.. Til. 671-W. ) TEL- OFFICE. en-M. RESIDENCE. 4-M COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER AVERILL BLOCK. NORTH MAIN ST. BARRE. VT. NOTARY PUBLIC A Bargain We have placed on our barcain counter a lot of Ladies' and Misses" Hats. We offer them at $1.00 each while they last. Lc & Clara B. Short. 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