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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BAKKJti, VT., JMUWDAV, OCTOJ3EH 10, 1921.
I ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Intereri from Different Section!. Seven new house are in process of construction in Winoonw. The Vergennes Methodist, church will observe its 80th anmverHary urt. w., William B. Thomas a Civil war vet eran, died at the Soldiers' home in Ben nington Wednesday. V I On one street in Ludlow within a short time 14 rats have died, poison of some sort evidently having been used. . Five survivors of the Rutland com pany of the 12th regiment of Vermont volunteers got together Tuesday and had a banquet. The oldest of the five is 86 yeara and the youngest 79 years. When S. T. Williams of Cavendish Center went to the barn to do his milk ing Oct." 5, he found six of his cows de&d in the yard. The cause is not yet known, but the contents of the cows' stomachs were sent away for analysis. Mrs. Myron Griffin, working about the house at her home in Cavendish Center a few days ago, heard footsteps in the kitchen and, going to see who was there," found Roxy, the family horse, which goon hurriedly retreated. The village of East Franklin was threatened with serious fire damage on Thursday about 7 o'clock when the house, shed and barn of W. E. Hau ver, were destroyed by fire. Had there been a wind the church and many,other nearby nouses would have been dc stroyed, as the shortage of water made t impossible to extinguish the fire. WIFE OF FARMER ALMOSTTSTARVED Mrs. Peterson Suffered Aw ful Pains After Every Meal Is Now Well As .'Ever ; Mrs. A. A. Aseltine of Enosburg rails wtiue visiting in Brandon, nearly lost her life during the high wind of Sept. 30 by being struck by the limb of a tree which was blown off. Mrs. Asel tine was-leaving a house when this limb struck her and undoubtedly it would have crushed her head had she not dodged backward, for so close did it come that it ruined the whole front of her dress and dropped on top of her left foot, crushing the bones and tearing the ligament in a frightful manner. , , Will BE IN COURT SOON. Everett Blow and Raymond Chatron, Who Fled from Restraint Rutland, Oct. 10. Everett Blow and Raymond Chatron, both of Burlington, were brought to this city yesterday from the state prison at Windsor by Sheriff Henry R. Adam of this city to answer to informations filed by Slate's Attorney Charles E. Noveli, eharsintr them with iail breaking. STOMACH UPSET? Get at the Real Cause Take Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets That's what thousands of stomach These men are now oonfined at the) tonics, or trying to patch up a Declaring she was actually starting to keep from suffering awful misery, Mrs. Amy Peterson, wife ,pt a pros perous farmer of Lakeville, Mass., gave out a remarkable statement, re cently, in connection with her relief through the use of Tarilac " "Sometimes I wonder how I lived through it all," she said. !'I would have attacks of acute indigestion near ly every time I ato anything. Those terrible cramping pains and the dis tress from gas and bloating were al most unbearable and I just thought there was no hope for me. "But now I'm eating anything and I feel as strong and well as I ever felt In my life. I've gained back all the weight I lost and six pounds be sides and I know from my experience hat Tanlae will do. It's the best medicine in the world.", . Tanlae Is sold In Barre by Barre Drug Co., in Groton by G. C. Smith, in Marshfield by E. W. Gilman, and in Plainfield by E. F. Leavitt. Adv. Puzzled Victory of Peace. A professor surprised his hearers for he was a peace-loving soul, prefer ring bacteria to battles by informing them that one of hi most cherished possessions was a sword. Taking it down from the wall and brandishing it aoove his head he ex claimed: "Never will I forget the day I drew this sword for the first timet "I wish I had seen you!" exclaimed an admirer. "Where did you draw it?" The professor ft'placed the weapon on the wall as W replied, "In a raf fle!" Pittsburg Chronicle Telegram. CCopjrrlftul Notice to Taxpayers of Barre Town. The board of civil authority of the town of Barre will meet at the town clerk's office Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 7 p. m. for the purpose of abating taxes and transacting any other business which may properly come before the board. E. H. Nerney, town clerk. i-. ,. The Eyes of Birds That Fly by night are said to be twice the size of others. So the eyes of the well in sured can better see their way in the dark future. Insurance is an eye open er and a shock absorber. National Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, 45 State streef, Mont pelier; G. J. Scagcr, local agent. Rutland County jail. They will face county court within a few days. In making this prosecution, Mr. ?ovak is co-operating with Supt. It. H. Walker of the state prison in an ef fort to put a stop to jail breaking in Vermont, there having been a num ber of instances the past summer , where men who were working outside the prison eloped. The matter is. taken up by State's Attorney Novak because Blow and Chatron took "French leave" while in Rutland county, at Sherburne. On the morning of May 30, 1921, they arose before daylight at the prison .'amp where they slept while doing state road work and left whila about 35 other convict laborers slept. Bre.ik'ng into the barn of Ernest Dimick tf Sherburne, they tole his five-passenger Buick automobile and a number of accessories, heading for Canada. At Trov, thev tried to exchange an ey-1 tra tire for gasoline and the gira man became auspicious and telephoned the secretary of state, givinqf the rum ber of the c.r. Blow and Chatron be came suspicious while the Troy nan was at the telephone and attempted to speed away. Within a mile il ey ran out or -gas ana oanaaonea tneir i To t stronc, rlgorou. and active jm must- car and took to the woods, where they Tiave plenty of iod, rich. red blood of the kind, were oanturer! .Tnn 1 t'utt organic lion Nusated Iron helps make, were eapiurea Jun I. Nuxated Iron U like the iroain your blood and ' like the Iron la ipfciaeh, lentil and apples, while Infantile Paralysis Clinic Ji'JJ The last infantile paralysis clinic, of tlfSJSStf& the rear are to be held during the pre- revitalize woroout. exhaonted nerves and fivt ent "month bv Miss Bertha K. Weis- tstoehandenerty. A t ell dratirirts. Bewera Kerr. Ihe itinerary i as follows : poor digestion, they are attacking the real cause of the ailment clogged liver and disordered bowels. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tab!et3 arouse the liver in a soothing, healing way. When the liver and bowels are per forming their natural functions, away goes indigestion and stomach troubles. Have you a bad taste, coated tongue, poor appetite, a lazy, don't-care feeling, no ambition or energy; trouble with , undigested foods? Take Olive Tablets the substitute for calomel. . Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their olive color. They do the work without griping, cramps or pain. ... Take one or two at bedtime for quick relief. Eat what you like. 15c and 30c New Strength and Energy for the Weak and Aged i Broken arm cost . owner $400. Stepping on a nail x cost us $105. Get Accident and Health Insurance now, with f J. W. DILLON, Bolster IJlock, Barre, Vermont 12 Your Farm ui? We Have Sold Ova 20.000 Fsnsuyto Date No Iwtiaf fee end aa withdrew! charges. Yoe pay m sor nnwmssion anly shai lafcita ear aMr. Wise atleJspheaa, E. A. Strout Farm Agency Communicate With J. i. DASHNER, Agent How lend Block ' Telephone 130. ban. Vt. We are, making now, so bring in your apples.' Price for making 3c. . Plenty Cider for sale. Flint Bros. Washington, Vt. COMMISSItWEKS' NOTICE ESTATE Or SARAH J. WHITEHLLL. The undernamed. hsVisf been appointed by the honorable probate court lor the dis trict of Washington, commissioner, to re ceive examine, and adjust the claima and demands of all persons against the aetata of Sarah 3. Whitehill. late of Msrshlltld, la said district, deceased, and all claims ex hibited in oflset thereto, hereby rive notice that wa will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the .tore of B. W. Davis, in tha town ef Marshfield. in said district, oa tha 1st dsr of October and 11th day of March next, from 10 o'clock a. in., until 1 o'clock p. m., on each of said days and that six months from the 18th day of September. A. D. 1921, is tha tima limited by said court for for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Marshfield this 23 rd day of September. A. D. l'-'l. B. W. DAVIS. B. L. CAMERON, CotnmiMloners. Sept.2-Oct-I0 e Three Lines for 25c ' Tie Times will pnMista Wanta. Lost an found. For 8U To Let. etc. abort eAraf tlsements at the rate of three Unas (o twenty-five cents for the first Insertion and ten cents for each subset uc It Insertion. FARMS FOR SALE FARM FOR SALE 'In WHHiimstown, Vt. ; to settle estate, must sell at once; contains 87 acres, house and barn ; also about 10 tons good hay ; property can be bout-'ht right ; in quire of A. L. Foster, Adm. James Flynn estate Granitcville. . 17416 FOR SALEVnisKefarraln "'RandoiphT Vith spring wnter and woodlot. New house and ham, all modern improvements : Box 471 Randolph. V. 151tii HELP WANTED MALE WANTED Man to work on farm, capable of doing all kinds of farm work i H. I.. Douglas, Barre. Tel. 807-14 , 17U2 WANTED Competent foreman in granite manufacturing plant in Middle West, pro ducing both building and monumental work : steady position for riitht party write to "Z," care of Times office. , 174t6 f iA NrVELL- VSM PACING- I WHERaTotfTVOU FIHD I I A SUITABLE FARM? I I tVlSrv PERRX I Sure we can tell you where you can find a farm to suit you. Just tell us how many acres you csn hsndle, and we'1! give rou a proposition that you'll be glad to look in to. W are familiar with farm lands, hav ing disposed of hundreds In the past few years ; our knowledge of values, soil, etc, ought to ke of some assistance to you. Any one. whther experienced or not, can sea theee are excptionsl values. No. 1530. Only two and one-half mites from the city, and as fine producing land as can be found ; 12$ acres suitably divided ; good fields, fruit, wood, and good water. Quantities of cedar, and soft wood enogh for the buildings; eight room house, two barns. The farm will keep from IS to 80 head of stock, depending upon the farmer; the soil is early ; good garden land : will pro duce large yields of vegetables, grain, hay, etc Price, 13600.00. No. Ht. Six acres of good land: bouse large enough for two families ; barn and garage for only tl5U0.0fl. This desirable Place is located about three miles or a lit tle less, from the city on a good road, and will appeal to any one wanting a poultry er vegetable farm. The soil it good and the place is very pleasantly situated, near neighbors, etc . i . MANAGER WANTED To take chanra of Branch office- for Large Chicago Corporation to be estab lished In . Bsrre, Vermont. 0 per week allowed as salary from earnings and share of profits which should net better than $7600 annually. $300.00 cash investment required, fully secured. Give previous experience, age and refer ence in first letter to receive reply. Unless your reputation is good and you have the cah to Invest, save your stamps. Address : Eastern Field Msn ser, J. Ei rl Wsgner, 232 South 60th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. WANTED First class designer: state Quali fications ; write Capitol Hill Monument Company, Des Moines, Iowa. 173t3 FOR SALE Cider by the barrel 20c T. , K " "'" 25c per gal. delivered in Barre. ; lan lurnlnh barrels and ail size kegs st cost. Boiled cider, $1.00 per gal. at mill or $1.28 per gal. delivered in Bsrre. Jellv made from the cider of sweet apples, pack ages 15c to $2.00. They all say It it ni.-e.'. Dix J. Camp, P. O. Randolph Center. Vt. Mill opposite the creamery between North anaEBst Randolph. 176tf ' FOR SALE TwiTstoves ; GlcnwocT"he.tHr and Andes range. In perfect condition and nearly new; E, T. Mower, 67 Prospect St. 176tf FOR SALE GOOD OPPORTUNITY Hotel property in Williamstown, Vt ; newly equipped, on state road, in railroad town; contains twen ty sleeping rooms ; good proposition for hotl man to lease or buy ; for eTurthnr Informs tinn inquire of Williamstown Board of Trade- ' 1 74 1 POTATOES HELP WANTED FEMALE If you want GOOD POTATOES that are sorted right just call up and , say so. we have supplied satisfied . customers for several years and ran do r so this year. Remember quality counts. m ' A. T. SMITH & SON, Tel. 604-M. Barre Vt. ITStf ' WANTED A competent girl for general housework : apply to Mrs. .C. M. Bennett, 67 Barre street, Montpelier, Tel. Z21-W. 173t3 WANTED Capable woman or girl for housework on farm two miles front More town village, 6ve in family: apply to Mrs. H. H. Squire, More own,, Vt 17lt- W ANTED Middle-m;ed woman as iiouse kreper in family of two; good rook; vjfit- tf IW T7 U f T,.t,Bm Vt. 17fttfi HOUSES TO RENT FOR KENT Small farm with 5-room house low rent during winter months; apply to J. J. Deshner, ,Parre, Vt. 175ti TO RENT aTroom cottage, first class re pair: barn, henhouse: frank C. Turner, phone 284-W. 174tf TO RENT Cottoge house, six rooms, bath roowi, wood shed, good cellar, modern conveniences; garage for 2 autos; henhouse garden; rent rmnonable If taken at once: 16 South Main St., 'phone 227-M. 174t2 AGENTS WANTED A7rENT8W rAOTTSrrTNBA RKEAND Vf CINITV to solicit orders for men's SAL CO CLOTHES, rom fectory direct to Wear er at wholesale prirt.' J. Sal burg Bona 41 Co., Philadelphia, Pa. HStJ 'Storage batteries JTHIY MUST SAT! 5 fY We carry a full line of Auto Lamps, Spot lights, Horns, Pumps, Jacks, etc. Oliver's Battery Station Battery Specialist ' flight Robes We have a good line of La dies' "and Misses' . Outing Flannel Night Robes at $1 and $1.50 each. Lee & Clara B. Shortt MAnbfield, Vermont Ha 1631. log acre farm only two and one fourth miles from the city; in fine farming section ; two exltra good bouses : one having been built only a few years ago; has hard wood floors, finish, etc, six large rooms, wide porch ; and would coat at least I40(Ui0 to erect to-day. The other house is one of the beet farm houses In the county ; eight fine rooms, part hsrd wood floors, plumb ing, fin-plare, etc, fine cellar and good shad r fine horse hrn connected. Very pleasantly situate. 1 he cow barn fat 4080 ft. with TO RENT A 6-room cottage at 128 Semin ary street; also tenement on Foster St. 'phone 10, or call at t Richardson street after p. m. 172tf TO RENT Six-room cottage on Branch Bt. call 33-33. 13jf FOR RENT Two auto stalls; reduced prices for winter months; also X furn ished rooms for rent, steam heated, splen did location; Tel. 4S-W or call at 18 East ern Ave. 17ltf TO RENT Tenement of rooms at 25 Brook street; apply at 27 Brook street. 171t6 TO RENT Two tenements, one T Tor sythe place and one on Laurel street. In evvxl reiwir E. L. Smith: call on A. W Clark, painter. Trow hill. TelJS6-Y. 17')tf TO RENT -room tenement. I op and t down : electric lights and gas : spring water; Inquire at No. 8. short street. 170tf FOR RENT 6-rooro cottage on Third Pt. : Tel. 105-R. UM TO RENT - Single mom, large size, Miles Granite Rlk., suitable for office or room er: McAllister 4k Kent. ,ls4tf TO RENT-Comfortabl. convenient four room furnished flat; Tel. 790. lBStf TO RENT Five mom upstairs tenement, with electric lights and hath, cellar, barn privileges and good garden, wfll be vacant water, etc. Thai 'property if divided and sold with 28 or SO acres of land, should bring sll w oTer the entire 108 acres for with, h cows, heifer, 2 horses, 0 tons of hay. ail tools, wagon, etc Nesrly 12000.00 worth of personal property. You will want to look this over. It is the kind of prop erty we like to show and is the kind which usually sells quickly. (1 3 LIVE STOCK FOR SALE KORTU CALAIS Vt. nnd Mr. C. W. S.-rihner wtt in White Rier Junction TLursdar. Dfnnis Iavrson and his unrle. Wil liam Ltron. were in Lvndonville iht last of the week to iit the lattor's nn. Mr. an Mrs. Frank Hill motored to Burlinpton Thursday. Mr. Bsrcomb is working for Mrs. CrnUiia Thurston. Merle Benjamin of Fast Calais was visitor in ifhe plur? SaturJav. Mr. and Mr. Kdwin I'ailey and son, ITarTT, were in Montpelier Mondir. H'-nry Adams wa a buine visitor in Ilardak'V Thiirwlar. Mr. and Mr. W. J. DaiW and Misa Oeorjfianna motored to Cenada Tbnra lar to i-if relative. 'ir Hathaway r.f Worccfter iru a tkvvI viitor at Leo rainr's. Alfred Ilastinra was a reoent buni ne visitor in W'rvodliury. Ieo Paine and Georpe. Hathaway motortyl to St, .Johr.sh'iry and Lynd.in vilie Wednesday. Mrs. Ielia Koster and daughter. P niVda. went to tVir borne in Jefl,.. eonvil! Mondar on aoootint of the ill ne cf Mr. FoteT. E. A. Ilailey was home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Uswn were ia CaVot Sunday to visit thfir daugh ter. Mrs. Fdith WeVter. Mr. and Mr. S. VI. F.ar retamed 1 thrir brrne ia I at Hsrla-rk on Tarday. af:er v.t ;r? hi mother. Mrs. Kate Farle, several dsv. Neleoai 5;1 and A'freJ --.J!l at erj,5d toe fair at Wh le F.iver Jare tit T Bead ay fcr.d Wednesday. Ftirbsrd Ijit'. of Fa-t fill,, was ' tha f sa te.ces eii,iaT. Ott. 11. Rutland. Rutland hospital 9-4:.'!0. ' ' UrRei i-lood. strength and Endur. Oft. 12, Froctor, Cavendish house, 10:,t0-lt. Oct. 13, White River Junction, high school building, 0-4:30. Oct. 15, Montpelier, Heaton hospital, 0 4:110. ' Oct. 17. St. Johnxbury, 8. Eastern avenue, f)-4:30. 0t. 10, Barton, Barton hotel, 9-4:30. Oct. 21, Burlington, free dinpensary 8-4:30. Oct. 22. Pt. Albans, St. Albana hos pital, 12:30-4:30. ncel P- " , a. Livery Stock Sale for DR. L. H. CRABTREE and GAGE & GAGE " CHIROPRACTORS Hours: Monday. Wednesday and Friday. to II s. q. and 0 :S n I p. avi Tuea dsy, Thursday aid Saturday, S ts i a. at aloatpeller: Mon.. wea. ana rn. to s n- . J u- 11 - 14 p. m., Aues., A nun. ma w mm BARREL VERMONT v-sone S62-W 161 North Ifaia Street P. , CONCERT DANCE Nicol's Orchestra 6E'EN PIECES FXCLUDIXO SAXOPIIOXE QUARTET 61 Maple Ava.. Tel. 671-W. Aa I am obliged to vacate my pres ent at and, have decided to cell at auc tion on Friday, October 11, at 12:30 o'clock in Jh afternoon, on the premises on North Main atreK, the following described borsea, wag ons, tdeigbB, etc.:. 8 Horses 1 twelve-year-old chestnut hore, weight about l.Otifl lbs; 1 bay horse, weight about t00 lba.; bay mare, weight 9U0 ., nine -year -old ; 1 brown mare, eight years old, weijfht 1 ,'H0 lbs.; pr.' Mack horses, nine and ten year old. weight 2,4W1 lbs.; 1 pr. black Lorses, eijrht and twelve yeara old, weight 2,tHlO B. Hacks 1 rubber tire, two-ateel tire :Vs, 1 three-seat wagon, rubber tira two seated ?.'n, heaay expreaa wiiron, medium weight evprees wacon, li?ht expresa wairm, 2 horse lumber waron, 2 rtiMier-tire top bucries, two steel tire top bti7rie, two rtibber-tire open bue giea, three open Concord aapons, two tao-seat surrey sleichs, two two-seat surrey spring eusis, e;jrbt entters, to pung elenhs, two eapres leieli, one fwo hnre ld. eine-horae sled, side seat barpe, art work harness, two sets ha'k harnese, foir 1'irht tirivina: har nesses, ten sinjf'e liarnee, two-h-r- work harnee, tc surrey ham ;srv. a lot of blanlets, rol. whips, hitch ropes. et Also ne Frd rar, Mir safe, and ore mal stote. Terr-s at t me rf so. Sale poi tive fr tae rn ax.e g:en; I am gating oit df the lnery tu.ne. J0E5 FAPI3T, Owner. D. A. PEItST, Auctioneer. DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ' BLANCHARD BLDO. f hones l Oflcsv T06-W; Sesldsatea, T04-E. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OAea In Room 5. M'lss Buildinc Tsethoiie Connertrm OFTICK HOURS: a.m. ts It as. and 1 -a a 4 afoeaay. Twesday. Thswaday aad Wtoavy TEL, OFT1CE. WS-M. RESITJENCI, I4S-M COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER AVERILL BLOCK. 10 NORTH MAW BT. BARRX, VT. NOTARY PWUL1C , Avoid Income Tax Worries Gets your accounts into shape at sew. AITDITS SYSTEM3 ACCOUNTING LOOSELEAF SUPPLIES Rates reasonable. ARTHUR S. MTXKO, Randolph, Vt. Trlephons .- DR. CARL F. ROBINSON kpecmlizing in the Diseases of tha Skin and Cancer. Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to i p. m. daily. Wedneaday and Saturday Evenings. 'Phone 799-R, Room S Milea Granite Building, Rarre, Vt. PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURN1SHTNQ8 Hospital AatbalaMe aWrriesi Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Souare. Barre TaL eonnertkm. 4ZS-W WE ALWAYS HAVE Jmt what yen are looklna far la the) Itne ef Jewvlry, sUvsrwsrs. cat claaa, els. Asm stationery. Oar watch aad clock repair work aisaf. ntaad, 0. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 24 ELM STRKET BOLE AGENT FO "BOSTON AMXRICAW Auction Sale - -of- 2 Cottage Houses Saturday Afternoon, Oct. 15, at 1 o'clock The house at No. 99 Granite afreet contains five (food rooms, with porch, plumbing, pood cellar; large parcel of land, with apple trees, small fruit, etc. A pood moderate priced home. Will be sold on eaey terma, 2K).00 down, bal ance aa rent. This property ia rented at $12.00 per month and coat the present owner llOOO.fH). How much will j on give for itt At 2 o'clock House of Five Rooms at No. 32 River St. The owner lives out of the atate; and tells us to sell if it brings no more than the doors and windows are worth. The property need some repairs but for a comparatively sn-all sum, it eould be put in shape to rent well. Be on hand, as both these are to be posi tive sale. Tha D. A- Perry Seal Estate Agency. HOLSTEIN BULLS FOR SALE 2 Hol stoin bulls from good producing- dams; and 10 months old. If interested call at Morrison farm Barre. 174t M1.VEUDALE FARM FIRST FALL "OF KERlNCi A splendid Rev. Hostein-Frtes-ian bull of the Kins; and Mercedes combin ation : 12 mo. old. seven -eiffhth white and nicely marked, well crown and of excep tional eonnrntatloD Herd has passed one cU-an tuberculin test tinder state and fed eral supervision : sstisfaction guaranteed S. Miner. Prop., Tel. -, Washington, ad dress Barre. R. 4. 172t NOW"l3"THETIMETO BUY SHEEP Will sell IS rood young breeding; es at t6.00 the head; 0. L. liartin. Plain- field. VU 171tf d Bid. ' isatf THREE TENEMENTS TO RENT"! FOUR hotMMW for sale, eltrh farms. wagr tools and silos, farm machinery for sale; O. & Adams, srent. South Barra phone S27-X. iBrt TO RENT Fonr-roora tenement at 511 North Main street! call at 120 North Msln street. Mltf HOUSES FOR SALE rRAI.rVfhe E. A. Prindie house at SS Keith avenue, corner Summer St and Keith avenue. l"tf FOR SALE- At 45 Liberty street, house and lot. one of the most desirable residences In Barre: also s lot on Long- street: ad- 4ra . Willis F. Trarr. Adm'r. Montpelier, choae &-2t. ISitf FOR SALE Glenwood rarure, in first ! condition; E. C Brock, 15 WashinKton i ' 174tf FOR SALE One acre 146 WANTED WANTED In Montpelier. cot tape house or down stairs tenement for small family ; all modern tromwementa ; apply to Dora ParVer. East Montpelier, Vt, or "phone Montpelier 47S-S. 176t' WANTED To buy I or 4 tana gr41 bright oat straw s also a few bushels of irood eider armies : will ray what's rieht. Herbert Em erson, Williamstown, Vt JI'J3 WANTED Girt would like position doint Utht hoosewortr tn small family; innuire at 111 Brooklyn St.. Tel. 101-M. Iita WANTED A capable elderly woman wants a place to do housework, as housekeep- In in a respertable family! address "L. M. care Barre Iaily Times office.' 17St3' WANTED A hih school graduaU to en ter Barre City hospital training- school to trafn to be a nurse : apply to the auperin. ten dent. 172tf WANTED Roofs to repair or paint: work by the hour or take by the job : all work done reasonable; call at M Summer street. l'-'U POSITION WANTED By youna lady. graduate of Goddard seminary, prefera bly ia store; call Tel. 416-W, Barret Vt. . 171t WANTED A good watrh dog: part bolt .ref erred : also Uve chickens for sate : W. T. Campbell. East Barre road, Tel. Sl-Y. ; i iti WANTEDrOBUY A paifof tieTeeTyountr wII broke oxen, about luoo ros.. wen mated : will exchange ' milch eows for the ..me: W. P. Hickie. Cabot. Vt. 171W MISCELLANEOUS We have a few alee , MONUMENTS ." set ap. ia ear yard, for your inspection. Come and see them. The low r rices we ru make on this work will astonish yea. These ' snoauraents are some we bad left after load-' big a car for the West, and as long as tbry last yon can boy then almost at your svi prices. Come aad see what we have anyway, this wlM put yon onder ne ebiigatloa to buy. J. O. BILODEAU & CO., INC. Barre. Vt, V. HOTEL ST. JAMES TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK CITY Just off Broadway at 1W-11S West 45th St. Mara Isrsred bj nats a-aveiiBf rubes escerL "Santtuna b erary ruav" Aa Hotel efqaietdifnity, aar inf the atmosphere and appoint trscDta of a well conditioned home. . 40 Theatrea. all princ?pal ' shops and churches, S to S ann ates walk. 2 miaates ( all aabwaya. X" roads, aarface cars, bus hoes. Within i minute Grand Cen tral S anioatee Pennsvlvaaia TerasiaaJa. mm t W. Josmow Orraw, Presideat Choice Stock at Auction 61 Head of Holsteins 19 purs breds; halanre are bph grades. All tuberculin tested and t'te herd fa em the accredited list; JfO milch rows, some jtist fresh, and all are due to freshen in the fall and early winter. - A fin lot of heavy producers all younjr. Eifdht pure bred heifers to freidien soon; flood, larpe, lively looking lot of animals; well bred. Two pure bred 1 brill calvea, four iieifer talvea. All ! srinl by a son of Tsui Beets Co j la ti tha. The sale will take place at the Murray . ' Martyn place. o-cal!rd, in Tlainfi -Id. on IlnHi-ter hiil. about two miles from i Plainfield village, on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1921, at 1 e'clock ia the afternoon Sale restive. NJ reserie. Tenris at time of sale, Terma cash or banakalile paper. MCURAT MARTTTf, Owtrer. V. A. FIRST, ABCtioaeer. Administrator's' Sale at AUCTION Thursday, Oct. 13, 1921 At to o'clock in the forenoon. In settlement of the estate of the late F.dward 1 Wheeler, the un dersigned will sell at public auc tion on the above date, on the prem ises in tiie town of Calais, 2 miles from Worcester, and situated just off the highway lead in ft from Worcester to ITardwH'k, the following described property: . THE HOME FARM containing 77 acres of land, equally divided into tillage and pasture. 12 roora house ia (rood condition; running water. Tiara 30x50 ft. in good condi tion; tool house and corn barn; sngar place equipped for 800 trees. STOCK Six eows, three to freshen soon, and three to freshen in early winter 1-year-old Jersey bull, 3 head of young stock. Pair f Heavy Work Horses In rood condition. 5 years old; 1 reg Utered WeUA pony, years old; 40 hens. TOOLS Two-horse wasron, express wagon. lirht 2 horse wagun, top tmggr, open buaar. sulkv plow, walking plow. mowing machine, horse rake, tedder, 2 cultivators, 2-borse hoe, spring tooth barrow, corn planter, hand seeder, 2 sets 2iore sleds, trsverse sleigh, 2 sleighs, 2 sap aleds, driving harness, set new work harnesses, set driving harnesses, surrey harness, pony har-D-ss. pony saddle, 2 sets scale. 2 grind.tone, wire stretcher, 6 blankets, robe, etc corn shellcr, ox cart, ox yoke, hay carrier and fork, 2 gather ing tub.. t;rimra boiling outfit, com plete. I Daniels outfit, complete, sujrar in? off fan. 2 storage tsnks with pip ing, his) tia sap buxkets wit h coers and spouts, woo.1 and tin sujrar pails and bts of other property not men- tioried CROPS) tons of hsy, 1 ) Iv-hd poate. I i- i . i v .. . i - i . in -Vl.w l. I unrh at no, n. Terms at time of I oa Poarl trt rian-o Vt , I J m - - , - , - . mw f TT f tc Agents for Virtoe Virtfwass Sttd Vh-ea a.t.U.1 U. sVLi-li. s,rds; aUe fronrras and Borrows Bta Admin'atmtM. ctis,ss- D. A. PESST, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. u. i. lASOS. JU-NAuTa. husked corn fodder, ,in field, well cured : L-j"- Perrin Tel. 817-Y. 174I3 CIDER 0 eenu a gsllon by the barrel' at mil. on Btowa street; B. A. Lsvelle. Waterbury, Vt J74tfi FOR SALE Kitchen Cottatre Crewford stove, almost new; also a Perfection oil stove; call at 9 Railroadtreet. S 174t3 , FOR SALB: Glenwood and Quaker ranges heaters all sizes, lowest prices; brass and IT".. . Prtn. tables, dressers; call at 6 Mapleavenoe, 172tfi SWEET CIDER, FOR ALEAt.U ""fTr a. "'' 4n b""! "; eontsins no so. da; will deliver anywhere In. the city at reasonable price send up your barrels;-r.'"!-8?- Vt. 173U0 FOR SALE Interest In Jive retoiPmonu inenUl plant in New York state, doinit $45.. 000 yeai business with excellent chance for increase. New plant and full equipment lor own manufacturing;: also ausrry. Would like to interest one or two experienced men who could either sell, superintend shop, and look after office and draft. Best of refer. ' eneea furnished and required; fine oppor- ' tunity for man with 15000' to $10,000 capi tal to Invest. Address "E. B." Ban, !"?! 173t3 Wrl3ri?rtE-"-6, a ninj FTink -Ladd. N. E. 'phone H9-2. 173U2 ' Fi?. SALEwinter vegetables from-the atitehcll farm: rshh.trn 4 jk i per do., accordins; to sice; turnips, beeta t!" n crro'. ' WW per bushel; parsnips.. I1.S0 per bushel; lo Hubbard squash, pie s pumpsins and celery; delivered in Barre or -Montpelier, 'phone 223-J. R. F. D. Barre, V 172tf VEGL I AhLtJi t OR SALE-CabbaBel tur- and East? J Henry Murray, I'erkinsville, Vt. V?tK , GLENWOOD RANGE-FORSALE-I-Evens i i thing- O. K. ; reason for sellin want a 7 larxer one; call at 81 Merchant St. J71tf FJ?a 8ALE--Airedaie terrier, ten monhts -t Old. son of lit fhsinrnni. V..-.. f-Ui . noolt; grandson of Int. Champion York Bv--eTJZL : " s pMin', rrtration appli eabon; would not . for any prire but H.t. V .""l kfp him : Ruth Morgan 1 Msnks, Wsterbury, Vt. I7'irf FIRST QUALITY 6iTrrWIwifsTSSvi SALE ; D. C. Roben, 'phone Barre 34ft. ' ' ITSt.l 0RS5 !,LANKETS-Jut receivedr line 3 of blankets, all sixes and prices; sent T anywhere: nsrcelr iv-i . rjmsrle and double harnnses. collars, etc. ,". .H '""P'" assortment Quality con-' sidered. prices lowest in the state. H. M J ?,"i. Montpelier, Vt. 171W.; FOB SALE 2S 'thorough whiteWharn ' bred yearlins; hens, tl.Ot) each r also Z tborouRhbred Jersey bulU. tFeder.1 .tt S "M. 2 Tears old. 1 ycarline : cheap for '. T:.r?r"n f sellinir, no further use for thorn. Clyde B. Hopkins. R. F .D. 8, Run. . dolph Centre. 171 16 run BALE Nice, mesly potatoes, at tl.Ot per bnshel : Louis J Warner, Willim-- Z,VtB.!k - -: F0LSAI'?TW,l,CT "'tables, csulirlower : aftd small beets for picklina; W. T. Camp- heu. tast Bsrre road, 'phone 219-Y. l5tf : SECOND-RAND PIANO FOR 8ALE In I flrst-class condition ; write to 16 French i street Barre ISOtf ., FOR SALE .5CtSELDRECIPE fox. COON. and JITNK. Will teach anyone to set and bait traps or I sell scent and hsit all readv ..' te use. Sent C. O. D. to all. Write lot - prices er call cm C. J. FIRE. Waterbury Center. Vt 15?:t . WOOD FOR SALE-Block wOo"b J eord. delivered fa twvhorse losds : t-- end arowth f4.5 a load ; James H. KelW. ; EatMontpeller road. Tel el 9-M. TStf s? ITIR PALE H4-meh laths la anyuan- J tity desired; m etc bed spruce boards, and ': eon eh Itrmber : write for prices and terms. ' Groton Mf. Co, Rrotoa. Vt B?tf , CLArHOARDS FT1R 5ALE All slsss; Co. mont. Co.. Barre. Vt iH FOR PALE A preparation foe eUenlna : irrsnlte and marble monomenSs hrievitMis en the letterlna and makua tha wt,U - ment lnr.lt clean and new : rnaranteed : rriees en aprHcatlon r Jamea sjnni Hi w.-v st v. Bsrre, Vt 1tf ' AUTOSIOniLES ANYONE NEEDING A DOMESTIC NURSE ("mil or address Mrs. u. at. noonara. Barre. Vt- R. F. D. No. 1; iteiephone lti-l: beet of refereocea. 17 MS CIDER MAKING We will otea our cider .11 te the tMibue on Mmiday, Or tuber 10. Cider made for e a sal. from your own ap ples ; while yju wait We mill buy apt4ea and will also have aood. clean, pure, sweet cider for sale. Telephone orders delivered in the city, etc Dsn W. Ledd. Cutler Comer. Oranjre. Tel. Barre. JH7-I2. 173t COMPANION WAKTED BY A FARMER- Habits decidedly domestic, is in com fortable drcumetaneea ; he pisisia a very meek, evea and placid deipositioa; his man- aers are soft aad rentle and he is not easily provoked; wishes to unite himself as soon as possible to a lady possess in qtMlittc similar to his own and also one who is fond of children: prefer lady not ewre thsn 2S years old: applk-anta will picas address letters to "li. I." care Barre Times, statinr where aa interview mBy m had: ail eommunirattons will he eansidered strictly eonndeJitiai. Beat M Trt ervocee reouired. tTRlS 6 BENT Vanism cleaaerst The Electric Store, 1 1 Elm street DANCING LESSONS meats ay appointment: rail at 172 Maia strut, Vsmm lSS-M: Marie Oainlsa. lStf FOR SALE I1J Cadillse car. ovcrhuler!. new top, newly painted, with th e brand w tires: R. Paul Eske, Bethel. Vt 171tl3 FOR SALE Paure tourlne ear. sTf start- er and 1mrid : for eutrk Sinn- w I J. Bstrhelder, Bethel. Vt 171t V MODEL FT. HTTDPON" STTPER-RTT TOTTR- " ING CAR Mechanical condition first class; eqoinped with rml tires: two etra tir-j ; D. H. Bar-lick. Waterbury. Vt Tel. : ,021. 'T1 ' FOR SALE One Csdillac tour!n ear In ! rood condition : call and examine; price 4 ryht; Palace rarace. Barre. l7tf. Downstairs at Colton's Tlace! AatomnMIe Horns. Pumps. Jacks, Sr'srk Pbies, Pstcblna Muterisl. Rim Wrenches, Bulbs. lenses. Hydrometers. Bponre Chamois Dusters, etc, etc. Everything- far the autn TinCLE & SUPPLY CO. - 4 Fts ntr Mnntnelle-. V HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE A (rood bav horse, driver or worker: also bucirv. slei-h snd hintei and i bethouses ; call at 31 . Brooklyn St 172R FOR SALE Pair of rhes'nut mare colts. rood drivers : broken for ljpht work ? would eschsnee for teeted eows: also enod potaton deli-red for Il.oe a bu. : Walter C Mataoa. Williamstown. Vt R. F. D. . 17?tf. Upstairs at Colton's Place f Cl 4 inv rtn ii t ml TV-4 4 rr TT i i i fU. 'st I livery Warorsi and Delivery Harness. Farm Inetrortfcat I Warons and Farm Harnae. c 11 aorta of Stable Supplica. -EHICLE .5: SUPPLY CO. atate Strve Vontrteller. Vermont . LOST AXD FOUND FOCND Two- horses run runs; at lam la Hope cemetery ; hrowa horse and bay mare salt : ewner can have property, after pertns rhanrca, by eaJUaa oa city pound keeper. Y A. Sisyton. Ktf LOST- Dark Hue V-aerk sweater waa Utmt ee takMi hr mistake at LmoWa campus Oct I : finder please call 4?1-R or leave st ths ocJice. 1 . t2 IX)ST Betwem Moott!crsd North Raa- aolnh. arte oondrwh, non-skid tjre and one Kcr-oblir IStt Cerd tire, both In flated and attached to demourtabie rims and fastened tosrether with h-wvy leather strsm : tinder will ne suitably rewaro-d. Notify R. S. Pare. Hyde Pars. Vt i:iU BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS The tarrest Music, tunse aorta ef Bsstosv Hwdquartera. St Johasbsry. Vt Branca stare at $150 Puts Into Your Home a PIPELES FURNACE installed eomplete reedy to use. Easy to operates all cast beatei burns any fueL , No waste heat ne dirt and dust la your huese. Clear circulatioei larve cold air space. Doa't invite discomfort and disease by havine; a ceid hm. -vS a Pipeless Furnace and keep warm. Our eatalnrs will rive you full partirw lars. Iv-vit free for the askmc. MARSH-ALLEN CO. K. E. Tevlinas 14S Oranre Ca. Telepbens -STOVE BARG.VINS 1 GlMrwnnd Ranre US 1 CifwM?d Cbur. k Hester I t-irwweod Chunk Heater, larve ' I (,iewncai C bunk Heater, ararir new, irwti- rt d-aft I; 1 e '-v. Isrre rwl Heater f:S 1 Gkrswomt awoiium ssur soal heater Z MARSH-ALLEN CO. K. B. Tsssa lit Kra.,-.ta Cm. XCmX."