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THE BARRE DAILY ' TIM15S, 33ARRE, YT., TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1921.
-1 ABOUT THE STATE Happening f Interest from Different Sections. Out of a herd of 81 cows belonging to A N. Bartlctt of Unclerinii denier, fiO were condemned following a recent test for tuberculosis. They have been slaughtered. . Although Fred K. Wall live j" Rwanton and his father; Michael Wall, in 'Burlington, only 40 miles away, they met Wednesday for their hrst visit in 23 years. Mrs. Fred A. Ilorton. wife of a well known merchant in Chittenden, has re- a fwr, HnrnAvn in Maine that she has been left a bequest of . . , 1 1 i r u .. vfupa rf Ail. flS.tJW oy jwrn. .unu gust, an aunt, who died recently. Mrs. Robert B. Shields of St. Johns burv is laid up with a broken hip, eaosed br a fall over a chad's tricycle, ; h. walk, over which the tripped as she returned from a call to a neignoor a a iew evcuuig The last of the series of 12 band concerts in Newport was given lasi Ttr.j...4r niwht These concerts were uruin.. ........ . held on 12 consecutive weekly nights, not one having to De canceuea on ac count of rain, an instance which, has never before occurred there, so far a remembered by resident. As Mi&a Nina Wood of Putney whs running an electric washer, her left hand became caught in the rolls of the wringer attachment and was run into the roll to "a few inches above the wrist. The wTinger had to be re versed and the hand run out. No bones were broken, but the liaad was badly bruised. On Sept. 1 E. A. Linderholra, man the Vermont Milk Chocolate company in Burlington, will become manager I do in me juaasacjiuBeiaa and Vermont companies and Charles P. Smith,-jr., who has been assistant to Mr. Linderholm, will become gen eral superintendent of the Vermont factory. Mr. Linderholm will succeed John Walker as manager of the Mas sachusetts factory.. P. T. Trombly of Isle La Motte, who spent last winter in Oklahoma, brought back with hrm seed of kafir corn, maiie and sugar cane and has a fine crop of each growing near his house. The augur cane is growing par iw nr.ll and Mr. Tromblv has. one-half an acre that is now eight to 10 feet nign ana a very mum u-.in yield than fodder corn. The stalks are even now very sweet to the taste. - George Lot of West Cornwall was seriously hurt a few days ago by vhe bite of a recently purchased young stallion tnd as a result will have to have part of the bone of one arm re moved. Kis condition, wae serious all last week. Mr. Loya was leading the horse to water when the animal bit him. It was known to be very vicious, as it had bitten E R. Yates of Mid dlebury, the former owner, , so that several bones had to be removed fr:n Mr. Yates' hand as a result of the poisoning that followed. Just before Mr. Loya was bitten, the horse had bitten Thomas Beaudry of Rutland, a visitor at the Loya home. A well directed blow by Mr. Loya with a club ended the animal's life after the last attack. Harold Wing of Bridport is having an exciting summer. First he was ar rested for driving a neighbor's auto be yond the speed limit, next he drove his own car into a ditch and the eide of a bridge in going too fast, third he fell under a field roller when his horse bolted without warning, and then lat week he was badly hurt in the field of E. C. Dukett of Bridport, where he was mowing. Wing was removing grass that had clogged the front of the blade, and as he ttooped over to clean out the machine, the horses bolt ed. One shoe wa torn from his foot before he could jump to safety and he was badly cut. STATE' GIVES 11,000. For Publicity Work at the Eastern States Exposition. L. A. Kelty, secretary of the Associ ated Industries of Vermont, on Satur day afternoon received from Governor James Hartness his approval of dis posal of funds from the state to be used in publicity of Vermont indus tries which the Associated Industrie of Vermont will exhibit at the Eastern State exposition in Springfield. Mass., Sept. 18 to 24. Such portion of $1,000 as is needed to give Vermont a good Knowing in the industrial display at Springfield is appropriated, according to the provision of the acts of 1921. For some time it looked as though the Associated Industries - would not have the co-operation of the publicity department of the state but last week arrangement were completed and the middle of the week it is expected that W. H. Crockett, who has charge of the state's publicity for Harry A. Black, secretary of state, will meet Amos Eaton, who has charge of the agricul tural exhibit for the state, and Mr. Kelty, to work out more details, in co-operation to give Vermont the best exhibit that ha been seen there. Messrs. Eaton and Kelty have the plans well under way but now that the publicity department is to join hands with them the display will be increased just aa much as it possibly can be. The directors of the granite raanj facturers are planning to send a large display to SpringftVld, in spite of the fart that thy displayed a large amount of stock at St. Paul, Minn., recently. President James F. Dewey of the asaoriation urire that this be made a featuse in the industrial ex hibit. If the preent plans prevail actual cutting of marble will occur in a display being arranged by the Vermont Marble ctmpany, while one of the lathes from the National Vine company will be in operation. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE VJla- proper at all Ud a testy BUi blarasauth shops, wsod ana graces! repair sasv u aauippaa. was amaU aaatitjr af land srt M if a. lama as aj a: sntfc stork aa tost ar without. toearJaaM wt all eJwds, aefM wit tots taassr sad smls mad ; aJea (oar baiMisg lata aa Iraakha street. Bsrr Cstr. vs.: will tl rays ar eifcea- Sot w mtiantr, Wa ataaa a TO SAX.K la tfca aa aa a tkm aaVcrueeasaat. swieaa rig at- CH aa4 ae aa. ai f aa A. R. Cole and P. S. Holers, AfeiU ' nxEsaroxa rr. ORANGE COUNTY FA1EJIJREAV Notes for Week Ending Aug. 27. 1 On Monday of this week a potato grower from Long Island called at the farm bureau office and asked to be di rected to some of the individual grow ers of the county. The grower repre sented a group of eight growers who use from three to four carloads of seed. Vermont stock is in demand nd the growers are generally satisfied with the results obtained from Vermont grown seed. . On Aug. 22 the home demonstration agent attended a meeting in White River Junction. Monday evening the county agent at tended the community meeting at North Randolph held in the interest of the Gulf Road creamery which is un dergoing a change in organization. Commissioner Brigham and F. H. Bick ford were the principal speakers. The Chelsea Boys' and Girls' club picnic held on Tuesday proved to be very successful. Games were played and every "one enjoyed a good time. E. L. Ingalls, state boys' and girls' club leader, was present and gave a talk to Ihe bovs and girls on club work. On vVednesday, Aug. 23, a ladies' club was organized in Randolph Cen ter. Mrs. Leslie Ball was elected pres ident, Mrs. Lawsing vice-president and Mrs. Horton secretary. Fourteen were present and it hoped that many more will join. At the next meeting on Hept. 13 Miss Randall will give a talk on school lunches. The sewing demonstration team con sisting of Misses Alice Bowen, Claudia Button and Rosemary Lewis went to Springfield by automobile on Thursday to give demonstration on the making of the club cap and apron. Che second annual Jersey sale held by the Central Orange County Jersey Cattle club held on Thursday at the Tunbridge fair grounds was a success in every way and a much better sale than that of last year. Thirty-seven head, 17 purebred and 20 grades, were gold for a total of $3288. The highest price paid for any individual was $200 for a purebred cow. The purebred milch cows averaged $132, whfle the grade cows averaged $70. Plans are al ready under way for a better sale next year. The fertilizer demonstration plot of potatoes on the Leslie Ball farm in Randolph Center was visited on Fri day. The effects of the various for mulas and weights per acre can be plainly seen. The plots where the for mulas light in potash were used dis tinctly show the condition known as potash hunger. It would be well worth while for the potato growers to visit the plot and note the actual advantages in some of the fertilizers over others. The home, demonstration agent at tended the meeting of the Star Birth day club at the home of Mrs. Bert Swain in East Brookfleld. She pave a talk on "Foods." There were 16 ladies present. Musical selections were given and at 5 o'clock a splendid suppar was served. On Wednesday, Aug. 31, a home eco nomics meeting will be held at the town hall in Orange at 2:30 o'clock. It is hoped that all the ladies inter ested in the home demonstration work will be present. Plans were made for a few of the meetings of the membership campaign which begins Monday, Sept. 5. The first meeting will be held at Tunbridge on Monday evening. Most of the time next week will be given to completing the plans for more of the campaign meetings. H. A. Dwinell. county agricultural agent j Freda J. Randall, home demon stration agent. Watch the Daily Papers. j for records of the mortality of men and business. It is natural to think your neighbor will die and his busi ness suffer. He thinks the same of vou. Insure and be sure. National Life Ins. Co. (Mutual). 8. S. Ballard, general agent, 45 State street, Mont pelier; George J. Seager, local agent. Kills Pesky Bed Bugs P. D. Q. P TV O.. Pes It HewHa Quietus, not n Insect pow der but s chemical, no mass or dust, and actually kills Bed Bun. Roaches. Fleas and Ants, and their eggs as well. 36c package makes a quart- - Druggists can sup ply you. or mailed prepaid upon receipt of price by the Owl Chero. Co. Terre Haate. Ind. Gennin F. . Q. U never peddled. Sold by E. A. Drawn and Otbar Loading Druggists. Auction Sale Real Estate and Personal Property I will sell at Public Auction at my place in the village. of CooUville, tows of Corinth, on Saturday, Sept., 3, 1921, 10:00 o'clock a. m. sharp, The Farm consisting of 125 acres, more or less. Good sugar place, ruling water at both houee and barn. STOCK One pair of brown horses, . and A years old, sound and kind, pood work ers, weight 3200, 3 nice black and white yearling heifers. Farm Tools, Machinery, etc. One nearlv new 4-Jiorse wapon wita bodies and hav racks, 2 heavr I-beam sleds with bodies, 1 dray, I pair hfcavy work hameosee, lot of horae collars, several horse blankets, express waon, buggy wagon, tip-carts and booirs, lot of logging chains, whifTletrees, twek yokes, plows, harrows, 1 lorss hoe, driving harness, set computing "-ales, set platform scales and on half in terest in an ensilage cutter. Sujsr Tsols consisting of 900 tin sap buckeis in good condition. 100 galvanized Iwiiu, 1000 spouts. Leader evaporator and iron arch complete, in good condition. 25. btl. palvanircd tank, A I'M , pal tainred draw tub( rake tin and sufar-ing-off pans. Abtrot too Toss of Kirs Rar Also on the same data will sell some goods from my store, nwh as Mew's Work Shirts. Ladies' and Gent's l.r. also some things in the yrt-crrT l.ne. Time, 10:00 a. m. Iit!-h at Knnn. G. B. HASTINGS. Owaer. F. J. ACKXKXA, AirUsBr. The WCYtDE MAT CAN BE PETAlM PA-1 HOPE NOTHIMC? HAS HAPPENEP HIM 5oofhinq AndHe&lina For Skin andScalpTroubles Tlse Cbamplaln Transportation Company AUTOMOBILE FERRY SERVICE between Burlington, Vt., and Fort Kent, If. by the quickest and safest route. Commodious steamers leave Burlington as follows: Daily Except Sundays 8:30 a. m., 10 a. m., 1:10 p. m., 4:30 p. m. and 5:15 p. m. Sundays Only 9 a. m., 2:30 p. m., 5:15 p. m. and 6:15 p. m. Distance, 15 milesOne hour crossing. Automobiles carried to and from all landings. WRITE FOR AUTOMOBILE FOLDER D. A. Loomis, General Manager, Burlington, Vt M. J. Powers, Gen. Pass. Agt., Albany, N. Y. RESINOL Kentucky Saddle Horses for Sale At the close of the season here about September 6, Louis Schulenberg will sell 12 of his beautiful Kentucky saddle horses. Anyone wishing a finely trained, sound, fearless horse should be interested. Horses can be seen at any time at the Wynona camp sta bles after Sept. 1, or any further information can be se cured by calling Fairlee 25-12. ass Why do J you keep charging your battery ? Let us look over your elec tric system and save you expense. Oliver's Battery Station Battery Specialist J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Frartica limited to Diaeaaea of Infants and Children. Office) bourn i I sa la. I to 4, f to . and liy appotalia nt, ftaoia It. at Jas Cranite Block. Tel Wi-X. DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATEIC PRTBICIAJt BLANCHARO BUXJ. fheaaa: OftW 7S4-W j Resldsatee. 7a-B. DR. L. H. CRABTREE ssd GAGE & GAGE CUIROrRACTORS Hours: Monday. Wotneaday and Friday, t to 11 a. m.. and :S0 to p. m. : Toeaw day. Thursday a-td Saturday. Z to I p. aa. Moatpelicr: rm.. Wed. and Tri. I to I p. m . Tsa, Thurs. and Sat, 11 to It " BARRE. VERMONT Thene SSi-W 169 North Mala Street DRfLEWIS d. jiartin OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlos tr. Room IS. M'hai rVailaiag TStiha)e Cwaw.tt-si OFTICK HOtRS: lis to J I sa. and I to t ass. Morsu. Twsadar. Thwsday aad Frtaas TEL. OFFICE, BESTDENC. Mi-al COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER A"ERFLL BLOCK. NORTH MAD 8T. BARRE. VT. NOTART FLBLIC Day or Night PROMPT SERVICE 'Phone 623-W WE HAVE TWO MOTOR AMPLXAXCES Therefore Can Guarantee the Ce?t of Service. MYRON WHITCOMB, EAST BARltE Port of Missing Law- un m AUCTION Personal Property I will sell at public auction at the farm known as the Abe Jacob place, in the town of Corinth, about 1 miles from Goose Green creamery, on Bradford road, Thursday, Sept. 1, 1921, at i : oo o'clock p. m sharp, One pair work horses, 0 good Hol stein cows, 1 Guernsey cow. These cows to freshen from October 1 to January 1. 1 pair work harness in good condition. ' BENJAMIN P. SARGENT. B. H. ADAMS, Auctioneer. CONCERT DANCE Nicol's Orchestra SEVEN PIECES INCLUDING SAXOPHONE QUARTET 61 Maple Ave.. Tel. 671-W. ! DR. FANNY T. CARLETON OSTEOPATHIC FHYSICIAN SI RICHLAND AVE 'PHONE 441-M Out of Town Wedneaday and Saturdays. DR. CARL F. ROBINSON (Specializing in the Diseases of ths Skin and Cancer. Offie Hours 1 to 5 p. in. daily. Thone 709 K, Room 2 Miles Oranite Biiiding, Barre, Vt. PERRY & N00NAN CNEXCrt-LFD FtTVERAL FirRN18HTN0 HospitaJ Aaabolaaet Barrass Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Smwra. Barre Tel. aasMartisa. lt-W WE ALWAYS HAVE Just what rov are leaking far la the) Itos ef lewelry, silverware, cast gSMa. etc. Alas) stationery. Osr wstrh and clock repair srsrfc guar anteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler U ELM STREET BOLE AGENT FOB "BOSTON A MEXICAN" Selling MONUMENTS at ant enly a nsld bos mess traasactSesi with ss. We aim to atve taw kind af aerv ire that makes fnends of osr- ewaraera. Sew aa abowt ywar MOMKE.VT rrb lewta. Osr twvstr-flre years enpanesMa ia this line at at your Mint J. O. BILODEAU & CO., INC. Bares, Vt Men ESTATE OF SARAH 1. HINES. State of Vermont, dUtrkt of Washington, - The honorable probate court for the di trict of Waahinirtoo: to nil pernor" In terested in the estate of Sarah J. Hinea, lata of Town of Bam, in said district, de ceased. GREETING: At a probata court, holden at Momtpelier. within and for aaid diatrirt on the 16th day of AuffueU 1821, an Instrument pur porting to be the last will and teatament of Sarah 3. Kina, lata of Town of Parra in laid district, deoeaeed, waa presented to the court, afonaaid, for probate. And , it ia ordered by aaid court thai the Tth day of September, 1921, at the probata ofTke tn said Montpelier, be assumed for proving; (aid Instrument : and that notice thereof be (riven to all penons concerned, by pubtiahin thie order three weeks auo cemively tn the Barre Daily Times, a news paper circulating in that vicinity, in aaid dwtrirt. previous to the time appointed. THEREFORE, you ai hereby notified to appear before aaid court, at the time and place afomaid. and contest the probate of aaid will, if you have rauaa. Given under my hand at Montpelier, in aid diatrict, thi lfith day of Auguat, 1-1. FRANK J. MARTIN, iuig. Ainrl-I3-39 ESTATE Of ALFRED GEBBETTI State of Vermont district of Washington, as. Tha honorable probate court for the dia. trict aforesaid, to all persons interested in the estate of Alfred Gerbrtti. late of City of Bare in aaid district, deceased. Greeting : WHEREAS, said court has assigned the ISth day of September next for examining and allowing the account of the adminis trator of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of Mid estate to lawful itaimant. of torj. and ordered that public notice, thereof he given to all ir- ' sons Interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks ucceasively prtv. i ioua to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper puolisheu at City of Bams in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probata office in MontpeJier, in said dwtrirt. on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance) of said account if you aee cause, and to establish your right aa heirs, legatees and lawful rlatmanta to aaid residua. Given under my hand, this 22d day of August, 1921. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Aug. al-30-Sept 6. ESTATE Of ALBERT-INK AI.BIN. State of Vermont, District of WaaMnt-ton. as. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to the heirs and all persons interested in the eetate of Alhrtin- Aibin, late of IV-troit. Michigan, GREETINC : WHEREAS, application hath been made to this court In writing, by the administrator, praying for licence and authority to sell all of real estate of said deceased to w it : j Situated in the rity of Barre in said district, representing to said court that I it would he beneficial to the heirs I and all persons tntershted in the estate of said deceased, to sell said 'eal state and convert the same into money. And bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing, of all the heirs to saw! estate: residing in this state, and set-, ting forth the situation of the real estate. WHEKEl'PON. the ssid court appoints and assigned the 21st day of September. 1921, at the irahate omce in Montpelier in aai.i district, to hear and decide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered public no tire theretrf to be gin tn ail persona inter ested tbereiD, by publishing said order, to gether with the time and place of hearing, three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates in the neighborhood rf those persons interested tn aid aetata, all of which publications shall be prerioos to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you am hereny notified to appear before said court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in said court to make your object ions to the granting of such license, if you see causa. Gieen unde" any band at Montpelier. In aaid dattrtrt. this tfHh day of Augutt. 1! 21. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Aug30-SeptS-lS We Have Sold Ova 20AM Farms to Date Ne Katiaf fee sad as withdrawal lhaisw). Yes pay i i s a uniii r -1 -' ' Vast as li Irtih laa. E. A. Strout Farm Agency CsewunnltaU With 1. 1. DASHNER. Aasjat, How land Block Teh Ebons tit. barre, Vt, INSURE YOUR PERSONAL EFFECTS WHILE TRAVELING Our Companies Have Offices AH Over the World Covers Low or Damaft by FIRE LIGHTNING THEFT PILFERAGE LARCENY. J. W. DILLON, Bolster Block, Barre, Vrrmaat Three Lines for 25c The Times will piiblleh Wants, Lost and Found, For BaU To Let, etc. abort 4va tliementa at the rate of three linea f twenty. flv eenta for the flrat inaertlon ae tan eeota for each subsequent ioacrtioa. FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE La ore Farm, one of the lt, llvory barn, atore building and ether real cetato; duo one of the beat private rollac tiona of antiques and relica of sll kiiid, for quick sale will sell cheap; inquire of E. L. Barnea, owner. Chelsea, Vt. 1 also have abouttona ofhayfor sale. UM FdSSALE 40" acre farm nicely situated on state road, one and one half mllea from town, near school ; building in mood repair, never failing water at house and iarn. Price IWOO.uO. Terme very euayi D A. Homer, Northfleld, Vt. 13ai FARM FOR SALE I "have a small . place clone to Barre City that I will sell. Good buildings and some land. See J. N. Mcel lan, at Averill'a Hardware store, cr tele- bon78-Jafter at night. ;38tl2' FARM FOR SALE-l have in my handa for for Immediate sale, a frm situated U the town of Calais, containing ' acrea, more or leas, auitably divided into tilwa and pasture, plenty of wood for place n4 soma soft timber; running- water to house and barn, buildlnga in fair repair; easy terms If deaired ; price $1500; apply to lien A. Eastman, Barre. VC DO YOU WANT 'TO sell'your ?ARM OR OTHER REAL ESTATE 7 Do yoo wan to buy a farm, ttarace, store or villaae home. Farms of all aisea and prices; if so try the Western Salea Aaenry, one of the lareest in America, B. H. Adams. Cbelaea, VU The laWt thin In real estate fa SToin to happen to-morrow and the next tiay and the day after that It ia oin to incrtaea in value and that's the bin reason why you sUuld ret busy at once. Real estate la a Kilt edge article I Better come and aee us. We have no hesitancy in recom mending these. Nearly new house, barn and seven acres of land about two miles from the city. An exceptionally good piece of land smooth and viroductive ewery inch available six room house with hardwood floors : all up in good shape; wide porch; barn with base ment. A set of buildings which would eot at least $3000.00 to build and the land ought to be worth $200.00 per acre. Spe cial price of only $2M0.00. A nice living can be obtained on this place. Seven room heswew barn and between six and aeven acrea of land, near So. Barre on the main road to Williamatown. Worth more but we are allowed to o''jer it for nnly $100.00. which is several hundred dollars loss than the former price. It is hard to And a better located place at any price, Orange street property situated on large comer lot. This property ia up in fine condition throughout and is a fine home ; only a few nxis from carline and the beat of surroundings. Price right. , fc wjth UrT, wma, I "... , . .nH . norchea up- 1 stairs and down: rood plumbing: Price with extra lot about 7xl02It.. only liavu. You will want ia look these oeer. Better not wait delays on this kind of prop;!? are dangerous. The Times Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. lajLaaar--YrT-eeaaMStSaaB WArfTtR 1Sje ST n I I REAL TESTATE NEWS ? I Gowns Try An Adv. j in The Times ..VMIIrr.tHHf as' HELP WANTED MALE VVANfED-Man to work on farm and drive team ; also weeks old plits for sale ; rel. 807-14; H. L. Douglas. Barre. la1"6 HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED A girl or middle aged woman to do general housework on farm, thrco In family, muet be a good plain k. eteady job to the right party; Alia. E. W. Kent, Randolph Center, Vt. 141t3 WANTED A girl for general housework in city; no washing or cooking; snsfter by letter to "E. V." care Times oHce. 14U5 W'ANTEiS Woman or girl for "kitchen work ; also young girl to asUt in dming room; The Kellogg, 28 School street, Mont- 1-lier. Tel. 672-M. lHf WANTED Responsible person tor general housework in small family; one who ran cook and take chare of buinea couple l home; 'phone 14-1 after ai:i. ltltf WANTEDAtenographer. My present stenogTBpher is going to college apply to J. J. Dashner. 14i)t3 FIFTH CRADE TEACHERS WANTED AT ONCE Must be Protestant ; appiy, giving referencea, experience and-training to Supt. of Schools, Box seiBarton Vt. lltS WANTED Competent maid for general housework ; small family ; Mrs. W. D. Brotkway, 22 Liberty street, Kontpeiier. Tel. 321-M. 139tf GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE WORK In our Mill Boarding House, wages $9.75 per week ; apply to A. G. Dewey Co.. Quechee, Vt. W.i WANTED A housekeeper In family of one; in village; a middle aged lady preferred; R. W. Carpenter, linx .'It, Groton, Vt. lasts COMPETENT WOMAN OR GIRL WANT ED For general housework, twt in fam ily, excellent wage to experienced peison. Address "C", care of Times office 131tl2 WANTED-Chambermaid : W. F. Davis. Waterbury Inn, Waterbury, Vt. 124tf HOUSES TO RENT TINEMENT"bF is ROOMS TO RE NT Spring and city water i small family ; ap ply after 4 o'clock, 67 Merchant street. , 141ttf TO RENT-Four-room tenement 4J5 North Main St. ; newly renovated ; resdy Sept. 1st ; low price to right party ; A. M. Batch elder. 24 Fail-view street. TeL 0-M. Wit8 FURNISHED ROOMS TO REST At 55 Msple avenue :hone 172-W. 13fctf TO RENT Two five room tenements in good repair, with gas stove and lights ; rent 110.00 per month; .nuuir at 21 Ad dison place. ime COTTAGE TO RENT Six iwn house for rent, with electro lights in every room good apple orchard, also small garden ; good ceilar, large garage, two automobiles may be put in It if necessary, at 46 Foster street. 13it6 TO RENT Three connected rooms suitabl' for school girls or ladies to room: call at 12 Kinney street. Tel. 179-R. ISttf EXCELLENT AUTO STALLS FOR RENT at 13 Eastern avenue; pnee right. Tel. 4B-W. ISOtf TO RENT First floor at II Brook street; also two tenements at 17 Laurel rtreet ; set tuba. hath, electric lights, etc. : . H. Reed. 28 West street; "Phone B31-R. 121tf TO RENT--Slx-room tenement; Inquire of O. D. Shortieff. 2 North Main Sl J7U TTl REE-TEN E MENTS TO RENT ; FOOB houses for sale, eight farms, sugar tools and silos, farm machinery for sale; G. EL Adams, agent. South Barre. phone IZ7-X. IStf TO RENT Four-room North Main street; Main street. tenement at 311 call at 120 North SOltf TO RENT Tenement at 2 Merchant street, also four tenements on Willey street, all in nrbt-riaes snape: mooera impiwawn. Cm W. Mann. M Weliinirum street. lit! LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE New milch eows. nearby snrineers: dandy lot; apply to J. J. Dashner. l0t' FOR'SAI.E White Chester pigs, 4 weeks old, a nice lot; John Norin, Trow hill, Tel SR4-12. . 11-3' HOLSTEIN BULL FOR SALlJ Also S fst pigs; D. V. Thenault, Wilhamstown. lei. 8S8-6. I37t6' Cows For Sale New milch cows, also several to freshen in Sept. Grade Holsteins tuberculin tested. Inquire of E. C. Harris, Sabin Farm, Mont pelier, Vt. Phone 5S3-M. LOST AND FOUND LOST Between Graniteville an! Wilson cemetery a tody's black coat; return to Times office. LOST Pair of glasses in case with rame of owner inside, between Barre and West Topsham, probably at Clark's mills, co ner mill snd road; finder please) return to this office jreward. LOST A small, pair of gold rwinr beads between Catholic rhurch and !ro.)k SU ; will ftnder please return to this offce? U'lt' HOUSES FOR SALE DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Two-tenement house, 'arire parcel of land, lota of berries and Iniit cit7 nd spring water; located in line section of city and near school; pries rrasooauic; address -T N." care of Times orfi.-e. lSStf FOR SALE Six-room house and two lots: will sell cheap: for further particulars .Mrca "J. V.". Times office. 141W Personal Property at Auction. As I hav soM my fsnii and mnst give possession "rill s"H at aiKticn on On Friday. Sept. 2, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premUrs on Callison shtll. sn- called, known os the Hunting iar:n, four and one half miles from Parre City and two and one-half ntiU's from Montpelier. the following Besiribed stock-an J tools: 27 Head of Stock Sold Subject to Tuberculin Test 17 cows, five or six no.- fresh, set en to freshen soon, and halam-e to come in before spring; 1 Uois:cin bull, s-esrliri? heifers. 3 heifers bred to freshen soon: I pair bay horsea. weight about 2Ss lbs, pood ace and a puod team; .V) or 60 hens and otikker.s. Farming; Jlachincry and Took Double Unit Universal milking rne chine, new; .1 H. P. International en wine, 4 II. P. pasoline entrine. mowing machine, hsy rake, hav tcd.t. culti vator, sulky p"ow. walking plow, dic harrow, spfinff tooth harr.iw, eri'ilape cutter and carrier, 2 lumber "agon, hay rack, tip cart, express v.ggops. set of sleds, cutter, pair heavy w.-rk harness, pair licht hanso-tew. driving harnew. Simplex cream separator, stone boat, grindstone, and all small tools, about 3j tons of good bay, about 5 acrea si lag corn. Terms at time of al. Liin-a at noon. J-al will W&n prrmplly at 10 ockxk. Fndsy, Sept. 2. LEOw A. lKUJA', usraer. X). A. TZitJ, AjUoar, lrre, L : FOR SALE h ' FOR SALE Extra nice collie pupa, .natural cow dogs, males and spayed femaleo, 4 each; Owen W. Hastings, South Kyegatei y- it FOR SALE Nice ripe, thick meatid 'tomii th buahe. ha" bushel or perky w- r- Campbell, East Barre road. M- ?.''Y: UltT. FOR SALE Crawford parlor heater No. 4t wood jr cesi ; ud one season as rood as new; Robert Christie, i Kirk Mieet "- -fi M1..' FOR SALE Two-seated light expreagT wagon : 1 sUge wagon with s,,d t"p. f; ' norsce; mree good seats, "..-imh tire aiso a tine heater and other furniuir. Will iraue xor nay or wood. John McKsrlanei Upper Graniteville. M0t6' Extra Clear Red Cedar Shingles- ' ! Next a slate the best material $ for your roof. 5? Five bunches to the thounni ; and four bunches covers eijual 'i space to a square of other roof- ing. Shingle in stock at riainfipld and Eaat Calais. Prices right. D. BJttVINELL FANS FOR SALE We have two fans, one :.'S-ii . unA one 42-in., suitable for ventillatiun cr for blowing sawdust or shavings, i- hich ' will be sold at once for a very low price. , Also two fire-proof vault doors. In quire of D. J. DWINELL, Sergcant-at-Arms. State House Witt? FOR SALE-6nrTo'lt57es"rsoId. wil make 1300 horse, work single cr doun;, J 5" 3 years old, drove single, will ma'.n 1300 horse. 2 registered cowj, with rnlf freiihened within one week. 1 Lightnndt evaporator and arch used very little. KmI second hand, sap tubs good as Lew. iinj; new sap tuBa. 1 new DcLavstl cream s.;p. arator. 1 new International creim separs' tor. For pnees write M. L. Prescnit;. . A dm Waterbury, Vt. 13S-,? FOR SALE-A Sharpler"milkln"r machinat in flrst-clais condition with i H. P. eni gine, or would, ewhange for pure bred. Jerseys, two-year old preferred. Also ha-w or 7 grade Holsteins for sale; W. Cl Partridge. Marshficld, Vt. FOR SALE Farms, hotel. lnmbertracts,. sawmill. Would exchange some of these; farms for good renting property. J. B. ?twa' ?-,R- No- Northneld. Vt. 13t0 FOR SALE--MiH slabs. 12.75 ; "call " 672-W?' . litt WOOD FOR SALE! Block woodB.00"a, cord, delivered in two-horse loads ; ond growth (4.60 a load: James H. KelW. Fast Montpeller road. Tel. 4'19-M. TBtt FOR SALE l'-mch laths in any auan tity desired ; .matched spruce boards, and rough lumber ; write for prices and terms. Grotoo Mfg. Co., Groton. Vt iitt CLAPROARDS FOR flALEAnTi"rrro. molll Co. Barre. 4f FOR SALE A prerrstkn for cli-snine granite and marble monuments: brightens BP the lettering and makes the whole movn merit lonk clean snd new: guaranteed: 1'rtees. on application : James Sullivan, 114 Parte street. Barre, Vt. 1st AUTOMOBIXES FOR SALE Dodge touring car. also 'SH Indian motorcycle: for particulara write Silas Gabree, jr, Waterbury, Vt., Box 2li . FOR SALE-1917 Harley Davidson motorJ cycle, electrically equipped, two new tires tandem seat, in good shape, price $150.00; WmMorren, 1 1 JBujriiee avenue.. 141t3" FOR SALE One Oldsmoblle" eight-192t model, run 2.000 miles; also a 1917 For4 touring ear, in good running condition : inquire at Palace Garage. 113tf Downstairs at Coltons Place!; Automobile Horns, Pumps. Jack, SrmrleJ; Plugs, Patching Material. Rim Wrenches,. Bulbs, Lenses, Hydrometers. Sponge. Chamois Dusters, etc., etc.. Everything for" the auto. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. ! Stat- Street Montnelier. Vtmiient ' HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE A driving mare; Henry Brelw ner. Trow hill. , 141'fi" Upstairs at Colton's Place K Driving Buggies and Driving Harness. Dei livery Wagons and Delivery Harness. Farm'" Wagons and Farm Harness. All sort of Stable Supplies. 1 VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. ' 14 State Street Montpelier, Vermsnl .i npeiess installations a Just a word in regard to the work that ; our men are doing on our Pipeless Heat ing systems. We have in our employ men. t sj-v ss w , who have had a great deal of experience n this line of work, men who are com1 petent In every way to install Pipeless sys. terns in such a way as to give the most satisfactory srrvire, and in such a as to merit your praise, nothing is Rumen, past over or neglected. Evey installaton' of a Pipeless system by us ts a guaranty.! : installation. Get our prices to-day. There j is no need to pay more. j Marsh Allen Company r; N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone ! IN STOCK AH "ites Enrines and Psnee Cuttw. belting and all equipment for cirri cut- , tine. Corn Harvesters and Twine. The wonderful success won bv the Papea Cutter is due to the fact that it throw. as well as blows Come in and see one.' We have in stock for qui'k ss.le en nearly new Worcester Blower for Hlfl. Al so one nearly new Paper at II2S. Thesa. prices are complete with travelling feed table , and 80 ft. of pipe. New au, H. P. Engine llS. Aur Fnginca.. carry a 6-year guarantee. MARSH-ALLEN CO. :' N. E. Tetepnoo 140 O range Co. Telephoas ; WANTED W ANTE ft A girl 17 wants positi-wi doing housework: would prefer wetVing. es farm; address "H. W." Bsrre Times. 14 WANTED Nursing by domeatic nirse;' call 'phone number 187-M. lvltj BOY Ar fourteen, would lise a chance to work for his board while attending hish school; telephoa R F. 1. 2. Box Ti'.. 141t WANTEfi riace for capable girt in l:h year. S'h grade, to work for board and attend school; prefer Christian J'r-westant family: addroos Mrs. C. M. H., Zi .Upland avenue, Barre. Vt :'it J CAPABLE GIRL Not in schsj desires place doing general house-rn-k or will cars for children. Address O." care of Times. lxt VOfNG L ADV To Mh gmd ' business edn. cation dirfe position in Vtic; can di senogrsrv. typing, filing and operate cil multKrrsph, and eVtapbrme puchine; smte to ' M " car of Barr Times. 13Stft WANTEO By reliable and e-erinced ma and wife, a paeitton on a f..v,d ui-to-dsts nairy farm on or about IVt IJ. A-t lyfeiencea. H. E. Gordon. Bradford. Vt. r. f. n. i. i3ty 5IISCELLANE0US DRESSMAKING-T HOME- All kind ei sewire : BarseB ootflts a nsria'ty ; a. g! , "H. care of Titnea office. !4t4 TO RENT Vacuum clesner j The fcWtr gtorv. li Kim tret. -tl roit rRf. Lira o ArroMOBiLE in. Sl'RANi-E. cmU OS B. li. Adasa A- cy. thelsea. Vt ANCINfl iJE5SON FHat tnstrttoa by apswwtmevt : esll at 1T1 Mate atr.is, View- 1-M : Msrl Qstnlaa. lm tRl'CKINtBy tie " hour with tvs-ts rurh--trc rvwsoesW; ks stons rhir sd rtess duet foe sale : 11 Sfl prr trs-k loss. 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