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THE BARKK DAILY TIMKS, BAKKU, VT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921.
r 'ABOUT THE STATE Happening ot Interact in Different Section. The 25th anniversary exhibition of Ihe Vermont State Horticultural so liety will be held in Rutland Nov. 17 tad 18. Edwin Baisett, aix-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Bassett of Rut land, died Monday after a week a ill oess with infantile paralysis. Mt. Colly also has one case. Memorial field, containing about four acres of land and purchased by the town of Chester as a memorial to Its soldiers of the World war, was dedi tated Oct 7. It is to be devoted to com. munity purposes. . , , ' An Essex demonstrating automobile swned and driven by Harold Wilson of Charlemont, Mass. and carrying five men, went over a bank between Guil ford and Guilford Center Sunday. Mr. Wilson's face was cut but the others were uninjured. Edward W. Nealand and Carl Decr Ing of St. Johnsbury pleaded guilty in that place Friday to a charge of grand larceny in connection with the theft of an Oakland touring car owned by John J. Lenton of St. Johnsbury from t garage in that town Sept. 25. They were sentenced to serve not less than three years In the state prison at Windsor. SICK HEADACHES FOR JARS ' Nothing Gave Relief Until He Tried a-te" : 160CabounbAvk.,Ogdkksbubo,N.T. "I Buffered for four years with Nervous Sick Headache and pyapepsia. Tried doctors ate bran gems took all kinds of remedies but nothing did mo any good until I used Frult-a-tives or Fruit liver Tablets. They made me well and keep me well ; and I am always glad to tell peoplo of the great things Truit-ft-tives' have done for me. . I have many friends In Ogdensbur j now using 'Fruit-a-fives' oa my recommendation". C.E.BESWICK. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial siie 25c. Atdealers or from FRUIT-A-TI VES Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. ' The farm at the state hospital for the insane at Waterbury was a money making enterpri during the year from Junft, 1920 to June 1921, the net profit being $22,531.39, according to the balance sheet just made up. The general expense of the farm totalled hi, 089.65 and there was a return of MO.276.09, received from the following lources: Hides and tallow,; $111,315 dairy livestock, $")!?00; machinery and equipment, $2198X7 dairy product, 117,317.01; farm product, $16,749.45. Ihe profit derived from the piggery was $3830.27 1 from the hennery, 1214.68. ; ' William Larkley and Henry Grogan, the East Dorset lads who are alleged to have stolen money and personal be longings from a switchman's shanty in that place and who were arrested last week in Salem, N. Y., and brought to the jail in Bennington, escaped from the jail Sunday afternoon. They were the only inmates' in the jail and ' were allowed the freedom of the build ing since they were under 16 years of , neq, and there is a statute providing .that a person under 18 years of age may not be imprisoned. During the nbwnce of the keeper and his wife, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Russell, the boys left, having kicked out a panel of a door and making their exit. Hustling Jersey Club. The Central Orange County Jersey Cattle club, which put on its second successful sale last' August, intends to stay on the map, so to speak. At the Tun bridge fair, held Oct. 11, 12 and 13, the Jersey club erected a booth at a very commanding position on Hie ground. The booth, wjiich was exteriorly decorated with Jersey sign and pictures, was intended to serve both as a rest room and as a lunch counter. Jersey milk products were featured. , Hot chocolate drinks, pure Jersey milk and saltines and doughnut" were sold. Jersey cream and skimmilk cheeses in attractive packages were also sold. , The intention of the club was not to conduct a big money making estab lishment, but to primarily adverted Jerseys, and to let people knvw the local Jersey club was a live organisa tion. The success was apparent by the large number of people who were seen to visit the booth, attracted by the oi play of Jersey advertising material and the appetizing appearance of. tho lunch counter. . . The cool weather of the two big days of the fair Wednesday and Thursday brought a big demand for the hot chocolate drink, and no crier was need ed to effect the sales. The committee of the club member who planned for the afTuir consisted of J. P. Davis. X. H. Bacon, L. II. Ba con and K. O. Bicknell, and it n through the efforts of thenc hustling Jersey breecrlera and their wives that made the booth a grand success. The Quality and Quantity ia Hubbard Squash. The Vermont experiment Station at Burlington is publishing a bulletin on squashes which embraces the work of a number of years by Professor M. B. t'ummings, horticulturist, in which an attempt was made to study the ways and means of modifying the yields and controlling the quality -of squashes. Seed selections were made' from both hisrh and low yielding plants and with different methods of pollination. As a result of these studies it waa found that previously low and hifrh yield in plant could be made to conduct their productive propensities to their pro geny. After the first year's -work the hiplis were superior to the lows in yields 26 to 102 per cent. Trials by farmers in Vermont showed equally constant variation, in fact, somewhat greater ranging in some rases as hich as 160 per cent in favor of high yields. The Hubbard a vary much in quality; some are wet, soggy, and insipid while others are dry, mealy and delectable; and there were found to be many com binations of quality factors. Culinary and edibility tests coupled with chemi taj analyses were carried on for several rears and resulted in determining the the ability of the breeder to establish both good and poor quality strains through the segregation from original riant selections and the combination of the desire! characteristics. Commercial Hubbard seed as ordi narily Kftieht is found to be protein in nsture and quality, but by means of self fertilitioq and 4-d selection pnod qualify and poor quality speci mens, bkewise those of diilerent tpes as indicated by the shape, sizes sur face marking can be easily isolated. Several different strains were isolated and two of these, one a good one and one a poor one, were under trial for a period of four years. , Excellent quality is generally asso ciated with full maturity and ripeness, a hard thick . shell, and clear color demarcation between flesh and shell. Excellent specimens have relatively small number of. seeds, not more than two-thirds as many s the poor one. The bulletin contains quite a large amount of statistical, data, including study of correlation, number of leaves, weight of fruit, pruning trials, vari tions in yields, tc. . . ; ' ft Mill III lions Use ; "Gets-It" For Corns Stops Pain Instantly Remove Corns Completely Everybody, everywhere needs, to know what millions of folks have already learned aboue Gets-It," the guaranteed, painless Cocas Ea4 Your With"Gets4t." earn &nd callus remover. Any corn, no matter how deep rooted, departs quickly when "Get-It" arrives. Wonderfully simple, yet simply wonderful, beep use all soreness stops with the first application. Get rid of your corn and wsr shoes that fit. Hit shoes simply make earns I row bigger. Your money back if "Geta-lt" falls. Inilat on the g-cnuins. Cost but a trifls every where. Mfd. by E. Lawrence A Co., Chicago. Gold in Barre by Floyd G. Russell. Adv. Horse Blankets We have a good line of Blankets both for the street aal ?al!e. Al4 F.nSee for the auto and can-lap. Prices right. Lec &. Clara B. Shortt Itaraafiaia. Vera. sit Autumn Dress . . " 1 i - 1 ' 1 ; 1 " ANNUAL MEETING. Washington County Farm Bureau Aa- aociatlon, Oct. 20, Montpelier. The annual meeting of the Wash ington County Farm bureau will be held in the city hall at Montpclier, .Thursday, Oct. 20. The meeting will start at 10 o'clock in the morning and it is probable that the entire morning will he devoted to hearing reports for the past year, the election of officers and any other business thai may come up The afternoon session will be spent in hearing C. E. Gunnels, assistant sec retary of the American Farm Bureau federation, and Miss Flysinger of Washington, D. C, who is connected with the -extension service in home economics. , It is hoped that every member of the Washington County Farm bureau will be present at this meeting. STRUCK BY AUTO. l,otr when struck. She sustained compound fracture of her left arm above the wrist and fractures of two ribs. 8he was attended by Dr. Edward R. Lynch.. Mrs. Ella Sanders Hat Fractured Arm and Riba. Brattleboro. Oct. 18. Mra. Ella M. Sandert of Hartford, Conn., widow of Herbert W. Sanders, formerly of thia place, was knocked down and badly hurt by an automobile on Elliot street Sunday night. The car was owned and driven by Frank M. Davis, of this place. Mrs. Sanders, who it visiting her daughter, Mra Xouis"! Allen, " was crossing the street near, the Princess Kidney and Bladder Troubles HAVE TO GO Clogged up Kidney Deposit! Are Dia tolved and the Toxins (Poitons) Com pletely Driven Out Druggistts Told . to Guarantee it ia Every Instance. Tour very life," sars Dr. Carey, 'de pends unoa the perfect functioning- and health of your kidneys so whatever yon do don't neglect them." Dr. Carey's famous prescription No. T7T known as Marabroot to not recommended for every thins, but we cannot too strongly uive Its use if you suffer from annoying blad der troubles, frequent passing of water night and day. with smarting or irritation, bnck dust sediment or htsrhly tolored urine, bloat, ing. irritability witi loss of flesh, backache, rheumatism or any other tendency to B rights Disease, Diabetis or Gravel, for kidney dhtease ia its worst form may b scaling upon you. Don t wait until to-morrow to burin the use of his wonderful prescription now eo tainable ia both liquid and tablet form you have any of the above symptoms. Jtia ney end Bladder troubles don't wear Sway. They will grow upon you slowly, suatlthily snd with unfailing certainty. Never mind the failures of the past if you even swpect that you are subject to Kidney Disease, don't Ices a single day for every good druggist has been authorized to return the purchase money on the first two bottles to all who state they have received no benefit. Bed Cross Pharmacy. Adv. COMMISSIONERS' MOTICE " EST ATS OF GEO RGB H. KMEHV. The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probata court for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and de mands of all riersons against the estate of George H. Emeryf late of Burrs, ia said district, -deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose afore said at the town clerk's office in the town of Marsh Acid, in said district, on the Mnd day of October and 4th day of March next, from o o'clock p. m., until 4 o'clock p. m., on each of said days and that six months from the 7th day of September. A. D. 1921. is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Marshfleld this S!ta day of September. A. D. 192 k B. L. CAMERON, F. E. CORSON, ' Commissioners. Octt-il-18 Three Lines for 25c le Times will Etiblish Wants. Lost .sat Found. Tor 8s U To Let. etc. short e4ve ttsemente at the rate of three line fe twent-fl cents for ths f rt insertion n tea cents for each ubseque it insertion. i , .11, FARMS FOR SALE - MieVe a t.isri I :5sai' -f 3 rtin r FARM VHWE CAN YOU FIND A SUITVOLE FARM? src Perpx Sure we ean tell you where you can find a farm to suit you. Just tell us how many acres you can handle, and we'll give rou a proposition that you'll be glad to look -into. We are familiar with farm lands, hav ing disposed of hundreds in the past few yean: our knowledge of values, soil, etc,, ought to be of some assistance to you. Any one, whether experienced or not, can see these are excptionsl values. No. 1530. Only two and one-half miles from the city, and as fine producing land as ean be found: 125 aeras suitably divided; good fields, fruit, wood, and good water. Quantities of cedar, and soft wood enogh for the buildings eight room boose, two barns. The farm will keep from 1 to 10 head of stock, depending upon the farmer: the soil Is early : good garden land : will pro dues large yields of vegetables, grain, hay, etc. Price, 13SO0.00. No. 1582. Six acres of good land: house large enough for two families: barn and garage. for only tlSOO.OO. 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 is good and the place ia very pleasantly situated, near neighbors, etc. Stock and Tools at Auction . Having purchased the farm, shook and tools formerly known as the Gil bert Hill farm, and as it is necessary to convert the personal property into caidi. I will sell the same at Public Auction on Me premises, about '."j miles from West Danville and 7 miles from Marfthfeld, on the main road to St. Johntdmry, on Saturday, October 22, 1921, at jo o'clock in the forenoon. STOCK One Pair of Bay Horses Six and seven years old, perfectly sound and kind, good to work or drive, weight 2410 lb. well matched and a nice pair of chunks; one black driv ing horse. 6 High-Grade Jerseys Four of these eoulj be registered j one will freshen in November, balance within four months. 2 Three-Year-Old Heifers Freshen in December 4ne two-year-old, 3 yearlings, 1 Jersey calf. Also three cows to freshen in January, belonging U an oiher party. Tools Ann Arbor hay presa, Xo. SJ, in firt class condition. 8 h. p. Interna tional gasoline enpine, 1 heavy t hore wagon with body and rack, 1 l:uit 2 horse wairon, dump cart. Peering: mow ing machine new this year; Yankee rake a pood one; neaSly new TS low, wheel barrow, mHhinjr ' barrow. -prinjr too'.h harrow, 1 set liavy I-beam sleds, 2 seta 3 beam sleds, witii brake. 2 burpiea, 1 sleigh, set of hea J work harnesses new last year; pri harness, driving harness, lot of bsJiern. straps, etc., 2 (rrindMoTres, 1 PtLaval cream separator, lot of chains, fotks, shovels, rakes, etc., and other ar teries B"t liMed. Two Studebakcr Automobiles Five r-asnjrrr. Both cars are tlie ' same model. Cm is in running ; condition. j Sale positive. Usual terms. Lon it at J none. V. JL KXTDSOX. Aort'cieer. CARL DVESIX Owner. TT -11 1" ' ZrLiaf we carry a iuu line .THEY ml I N I SATISFY- "O ' ' r jacKs, etc Oliver's Battery Station Battery Specialist ESTATE1 OF WILLI! P. DVSKEE. State of Vermont District of Washington, ss. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all person interested ia the estate of Willie P. Dorses, late of City of Barre, la said district, deceased, GKKE'f INO: WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 21st da of October next for examining and allowing the aeeouat ef the administrator with the wilt annexed of the es tate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and ordered that frahlic notice thereof be given to all nenums interested in said estate be publishing this order three weeks successive. y previous to the day aastsmed. in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper puk lifhed at Citr of barre. In said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified ts appear at the probata ofliee ia Mont pclier in said district, on the ia assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said aeeoant if yon see eause and to estshlish your right a heim. Itgatsss and lawful claimant to said residue. Given ender my hand this rd day of October, 1921. FRANK i. MARTIN, Judge. Octt-IMI i No. 1B31. 108 acre farm only two and one fourth mites from the city S to line farming M-ttri two exttns eood houses : one having been built only a few years ago; has bard wood floors, finish, etc.. six large rooms. i wide porch ; and would cost at least S40O0.O0 v erect uxiaj. nw winw ... the best farm houses in the county; eight fine rooms, part hard wood floors, plumb ing, ft replace, etc., ftne cellar and good shed ; flne horse burn connected. Very pleasantly situated. Ihe eew barn ts 40x80 ft. with aa addition tfix3 ft., clapboard ed and paint ed. This is ons of the best farms in Barre, flne laying fields, nice lot of fruit; good water, etc. This property if , divided and sold with tS or 10 acres of land, should bring ait w offer the entire 108 acres for with S cows, heifer. 2 horses, 80 tons ef hsy, all tools, wsgon, etc Nearly S2OO0.00 worth of personal property. Yon will waat to losk this over. It is the kind of prop erty we like to show and ia the Vind which usually sell quickly. ' 9ra 2y Your Farm DR. L. II. CRABTREE CONCERT DANCE gage STgage Nicol's Orchestra PALMER CHIROPRACTORS) SEVEN PIECKS Hours -Mondsy. Wednesday and KnJay, DCCLUDIQ PAXOrHOXE to 11 a. m., and 8 to 8 p. m, lues- OPARTFT day, Thursday and Saturday. 2 to-S. p. m. V"-AKltI Office! Currier Blork. Phone -W 61 Maple Are.. Tel. 671 W. D i.lnc' S Merchant St., 'Phone 22-R Rr-- . DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Specializing in the Diseases of the DR. HOWARD A. DREW n Bkin and Cancer. Offic Hour 10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to j 03TBOP A TKIC PHYSICIAH p. m. daily. BLAHCHARD BLDQ. Wednesday and fUturd.y Evening. , 'Fhona 709-R, Room S phoneai Office. 7M-W; Kesidsnea, TM4S, Miles Granite Hliildinp, Barre, Vt. - PERRY & NOONAN DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN L'a'J; llmwa OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN uTrtaTers onve n Room ii. MHe BaUdiaa unaefLaiiers ana omCH HOl'FS: s.m te 1 ss. end I -as , Licensed Embalmers awsa. MerHiay. Tneedsy. Thnrsdn, s-d mea Depot Square. Barre Tek eonnttton. dzt-W TKU Omct IflJ-K RWTDENCE. MS-ll WE ALWAYS HAVE COLLECTIONS Joat what yon are lonklng for as the llae EDWARD C. DUFFICY " LAWYER aJSS.'fc " averill block. o NORTH maw O. J. .DODGE, the Jeweler ..... klm TRrrr barre, vt. aouc acent for -bos ton amejucam" NOTARY PUBUO -. h.T( 'W MONUMENTS Avoid Income Tax Worries set DP. m swyard. for ri inspeetioa. Come snd see them. The low prlres we ran ' Get your eceewnts Into shape at ewee. make en thai week will astonish yon. Thee .rrruirf nrxmT monuments are seme we hsd left sfter hwd- AUDITS SYSTEMS ACCOUNTING m, ear for the West, and as long sn they . LOOSELEAF SUPPLIES last yoe ean buy tbesa almost at your awn RaUn reneonsUe. ptiees. Come and see wnst w have anyway, tries wiM rt yen ander ne obluraiioa te bay. ARTHUR S. MI-XEO, j. o. BILODEAU & CO., INC Randolph. Vt. Telrpneoe J9- Barre. Vt ESTATE OF ELIZABETH BAJfEL. State of Vermont, PUtrtrtof Washington, ss. The honorable probate court for the dis trict e-f Washington, to all persons interest ed in the estate of Elisabeth Ham el, late of the City of Barre, In said district, de ceased. GREETING I At a probate mr. hoi den a Mmtpelier. within and for said distrirt on the rd day of October. 1H21. an instrument purporting to be the last will and teetament of Eiita beth Hem!, lata of CHy of Barre. in said die trirt. deceased, wss presented la the court aforesaid, for probate. And it ie ordered by sattexairt that the JOth day of October. 111, at the probate ofhee in said Monlpeiier. be assigned for prov ing said instrument I and that notice there of be given t4 all persona eoneerned. by publarhine this order three weeks sueeewively In the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper simulating In that vk-inity, in said district previous to the time annotated. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to tppmr before aaid eourt, at the time and piece aforesaid, and contest the probate ef ssiM will, if yon have cause. Given urder my hand at Montpetler, in said district, this 3rd dsy ef Oetober. 1921. RANK i. MARTIN. Judge. Oct4-ll-ll ESTATE OF JENNIE MOOSE. State of Vermont. District ef Washington, ss. The honorable probate eonrt for the dis trict sforssslit, to sit neraens inteted in the estate ef Jennie Moore, late ef Town of Rarre, ia said district, deceased. GREET. INO f WHEREAS, ea'd eourt has aasarned the list day ef Oetober next for examining and allowing the account of the adminis trator of the estate of said dressed snd for a decree of the residue ef aaid estate te the lawful claimants of the same nnd ordered that public notice thereof be given to ell persons interested in said estate by publish ing this order three weeks suec'esaiviy pre vious to the day assigned, in the Barre Daily Times, a aewanaper wabiiebed at CRy ef Barre. In ssid distrirt. THEREFORE, red are hereby notified te spneer at the probste office in MontpehVr, ia aid district, en the dsy aesigned. then and there to eonUet the allowance ef aaid ae reunt if yoe see cause, and to establish yeur light aa heirs, legatees aad lawful claimants te said reakiue. Given under say hand this Srd day of October, 1121. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Oct4-ll-l Sell Your Farm We Have Sold Over 20.000 Farms te Date Nebn'sg ice esd s withdrawal chaises. Yenesy si in i i a 7 -'-' ' M oia E. A. Strout Farm Agency Cesnmnnlcate With I. . DASHNER. Agent. ' Bewlaad Block Telephone 179. Barre. Vk Extra Clear Red Cedar Shingles Kext to data the beat material for your roof. Fir buncfaea to the thousanl and four bunches cover equal spar to a square of other roof ing. Shingle in stock at Plainfldil and Fast Calais. Prices right . D. B. DWINELL ESTATE Or JAMES t. SMITH HOTEL ST. JAMES TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK CITY st oS Broadway at 109-lM Wgst 45th St. - a ess en Irawttaf vitbesd earart ?ntbiae ia every Aa Hotel of qaiet dirnity , hae- Inf tha atssospUrTC and appotat aaeota of a we'.l ceaditwae4 boane. 40 Theatre, all frinripa ah ops and churches, to i inm ates walk. 2 snlnates of aTl tubw-sya. " roads, eniface car, bus Unea. Wit hi a S sr. notes Grsed Cen tral i a. notes rrcnsjlvmaia TarKdaaia. Wd p iste! fee enawa ned UeAtet V. ee eeen Ornra. rresidewt Stale of Vermont. District ef Weehine-tna, as. The honorable prnoste eourt far the die trirt aforensid: Te all persons interested in the estate of JanM F. Rmitn. late ef City of Parrs, ia aaid district deceased. CREFT1NG: WMEi(ES.a eald eeurt has aesigned the th day of Nnvmher nest for eiamininr and allowinr the nerouat of the esaeittrix of the estate ed said di an d end for a derree of the residue of said estate as the lawful elaifnenw, of the same, and e dered that puhlie notire theTved he given te s!l peraone interested in said estate by pnh lhing this erdar three werka ewcese siveiy previous to the day assigned, in the Bsrre Dally Times, a newspaper pnblaihed at Citv ef Bsrre. in said distrirt. THERE FORK, yen are hete natHUd te eppear et the nrwhate erTie la MoeiaelWe. tn seid distrirt. en the day aaairnad. then end there e eeatsat the eilewanee eS7 said ...mt if toe eee eaese. snd te estehtisb r-nir richt ss heir, legatees and levfej ci. "nan! te aaid resid-je. (.rm endrr any kaad. this lt!h day ef October. l.l. FRANC J. M-VRTIN. Jndge. Ortoit-Z(-Nl ' BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS The ssrreet Music bense nerth of Baetesv ' Rasdnruartm. St. Johnsawry, Vs. Branca store et 20 Tearl Street, Barre, Vt Areets fee Vfc-fae Virtmhts and Vk-je Rwerdsi aisa 9motm aad Barre e Me- Household Furni ture at Auction Ciretimatancea maka it neoesaary for ma to break up my home, ao will ell at auction on Friday Afternoon, Oct. 21, at aa o'clock, tha following dew-rihed pmpertj' at Ko. 235 Elro atreet, Montpelier, Vt. Tables, chaira, beds, bedding, irtir rors, carpeu, rus, atoves, kitchen ranp, all crockery, glassware, ailyer ware, tinware, fruit jara, aeTeral FIuh robea, buffald robes 2 fur coats, aad many other articles. Terms at tint of tale. GEORGE F. TATL08, Owner. D. A. PERKY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt LIVE STOCK FOR SALE SvVo 'tn e ea (. w.' mil straight and all right : W. M. Fales, r.rmn. Keville. Vt. lOU Broken arm cost owner $400. Stepping on a nail cost us $103. Get Accident and Health Insurance now, with J. W. DILLON, Eatetct Keck, Barra, Ternaat 1 H. J. LAROX. MA A GIX. HELP WANTED MALE rWXS'FTWO'MEN "fit each county to sell kerosene burners for all kinds of stoves; agents average better than $H8.0U per week ; G. A. Morris, state ssles manager, 492 No. MjUh street, Barre. Vt ' l-t8" HELP WANTED--FEaiALE WOMANWANTEIFor general house , work : Dr. B. F. Allen, Northfleld, Vt. l0tff WANTED A woman as nounekeeper In family of two, one school boy of seven years; in Graton village ;'; address Wm. C. Foley. Groton, Vt. lm HOUSES TO RENT FURNISHED ROOM Steam heated; Quin tan house. ltlti O RENT Five-room flat centrally locat ed ; inquire at 22 Church street or tele phone 697-M. ' 180 TENEMENT FOB ' RENT Ready" for mxS, pancy Nov. 1. at No. 8 Church street; inquire of Dr.1. G. Stickney lHOtf TO RENT -Small tenement for family of two; Mra. B. B. Jackson, 14 -Highland avenue. Hiltf TO RENT Two cottages on BlackwelF 8t, Tel 245-W or call at 41 East St ; Mrs. Jas. Ahern. ' ' 175t TO RENT room cottage (Trt classTe pair ; barn, henhouse : Frank C Turner, phone 284-W. H4U fO RENT A a-room cottage at 128 Semin ary street; also tenement on Foster St ! 'phone 10, or call at Richardson street after p. m. ; lT2tf TO RENT Six-room cottage on Branch St : call J93-M. i ,. 17811 TO RENT Two tenements, one on Foe sythe place and one on Laurel street, in good renair E. L. Smiths call on A. W. Clark, painter, Trowhill. Tel. 288-Y. lTOtf TO RENT 6-room tenement," I up and t down; electric lights and gas; spring water; inquire at No. 8, short street. lTOtf FOR RENT d-room cottage "on Third" ft: Tel. 168-R mtf TO RK?CT Ringrle room, large size. Miles Granite Blk., suitable for ooVe or room er; McAllister Kent lMtf THREE- TENEMENTS TO RENT i FOUR houses for sale, eight farms, sugar tools and silos, farm msrhinery for sales Q. B Adams, agent South Barre, phone SZt-X lStr TO RENT Four-room tenement at Z North Main street; call at 120 North Main etreet Mltf FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE A seven-room house with barn and three seres of good land : sprin wat er: Inquire No. 9, B, Totnasl block, Barre. Vt 182t3 FOR SAIJE The E. A. Prindle house at 81! Keith avenue, corner Summer St and Keith avenue. I74t FOR BALE At 45 Liberty street, house and lot. one of the most desirable residences In Barre : also a lot on Long street ; ad dress Willis F. Tracy, Adra'r, Montpelier, phone W5-2I. Itf WANTED WANTEbMan and wife wnnte work on a farm ; woman to do housework ; call S8-J. FURNISHED ROOM With heat, centrally lnrated. wanted by lady, preferably with private family occupying apartment; reply by letter to "Room." care Times. lilts' WANTEDPototoee at"the ear at Plain field; for particulars inquire of W. H. Martin. Plainfleliit 181t6 WANTED--Used drafting table 80x50-ineh or nesr thst ; address, stating price, to "L. R.", Bsrre Times office. llt8 WANTED To trade'Chevrolet Baby Grand. in good condition, for late Ford touring ear: address A. U. care or limes, isire WANTETjChildren to care for by the dsy, week or month at reasonable rates; good earn gjaranteed; Inquire by letter to "X." care Times. n8t6 WANTED TO BUY -A small camp near pond. What have you? Address "P. D. L." care Times office. Hit WANTS TO LET A Job to cut one hundred runs of wood, communicate with Louis 3. Wsrner. Williams town, Vt t Peoples 'rhons 21B-12. lit- WANTED A Job. preferably on a farm: will work for 129 to $2S a month; honest and willing to work; address a. B. 8. Times' ofliee. 175lt WANTED la Montpelier, cottage house or down stairs tenement for small family: all modern improvements ; apply to Dora Parker. East Montpelier, Vt, oe 'phone Montpelier 47J. 171st!" WANTED A high school grsduate to en ter Bsrre City hospital training school to train to be a nurse; apply to the superin tendent 172tf MISCELLANEOUS TO RENT Verunm cleaners 1 The Electric Store. lElm street. T8tf DANCINO LESSONS-Privete Instruction by appointment: call a 171 Mala street, Ynene 188-M : Marie Qntnlaa. 18tf The "6reen Mountain" Furnace The only One-pipe Furnace with welded joints--gaa tight and dust proof. It's large heating surface and small fire box means greater efficiency. We have a size for every house. Also a wood-burning furnace for the farmer. Quality heaters at rocj-bot-tom prices. Paquin Mfg. Corp. Springfield, Vt. Call, Thone or Write. W. II. DODGE, Agent I Go So. Main St, Barre, Vt. Tel. a 84-X Administrator's Auction Sale To nettle the eetate of tha lata Luth er Ramsdeil, I will sell at public auc tion on Saturday, Oct. 22,1921, at tt:3o p. m. aharp, The Home Place a evul 1-1.2 story bouse, elt. shed . n.l ham. About 1 acre of land. Also a buihlitilf lot adjoining said home place. All situated on Hill street in Chehtra viilape. Personal Property One nk-e Tounjf emsr, 1 ton nk hay. 13 hem ao4"rhi kens, some stove od. AH kind of small tools, cook state, nearly near parlor Uve, lot of nice? antique. Alaireamoorn m mit - iu.i of all houaehold furniture, a irood l;e rnone featAer d, a lot of heddinc and dishes rem 1 rig d n from eeneml fen erations. I trifk to ear tfcat every art He not erell kept and rlean has been Lamed. This will 1 strVtlr a sale of jr.od rlean artidea. Ke on time aa there is a large anwaat te sell. Term at time of sale. Trmrwhrr the date. J. M. COXSTOCK Adair. B. H. AD Ail S, Acctioneet. FOR SALE will sell all my household furniture, with a rood New Home ow ing machine, all for (60.00. This is ail in first-class shape, and must be sold this week regardless of price; Mrs. Renins Ber- rinl,j49 Berlin streetBarre. 18U3 FOR SALEPractirally new three-quarteir iron bed; also a kitchen table; inquire at 29 Warren St. 1SH3 POTATOES" i'OR SALE Fine and aiea lye Sir 'Valter Raleigh ; James Henry, Wil- lisjnstown, Vt. . -J?i. i?uf FOR SALESlnger sewintr maehine, old style model, good working order and ease in ffoud condition ; price low ; inquire datur- ' day or Monday,-8 Keith avenue, upstairs. 1 180t2 FOR SALE Cider apples; Tel. 479-M, Barre. - ntl M. L. TOWNE HAS DRY HARDWOOD CHUNKS for the chunk stove in home or stonesbed ; dry - 12-Inch body or slsb wood and dry top or limb wood, to be delivered in cordloadai Jiihona 8S-R. 17Hf SEEDS FOR SALBMamrnotli cluster seed ' oats, this year's yield 76, bu. to the acre, . at 11.00 per bu. ; also nice seed bsrley ; G. W. Kersey, Williams town, Vt, R. F. D. 1. Orange Cajphone ZlBj-141 178t iCUNTLNT,"T)OGS FOR SALE One isreg Istered American Fox Round eight years old) other rabbit 'hound. 4 years! Inquire Frank Maul, 28 Brook street, Barre. -176lf Sweet Cider for Sale i We, having a large contract, cider will be 22c per gallon from date. Cus tomera that we have promised for 15n i per gallon please bring along your con- t tainers to avoid rise in price. 'Flint Bros., r . Washington, Vermont 175tl2 ' FOR SALK Andes range, in perfect condi tion and nearly new j E. T. Mower, 6T Prospect fit. 115tf POTATOES 1 x If you, want GOOD POTATOES j that are sorted right just call up snd i say so. We have supplied satisfied j customers for several years and can do ! ao this year. j Remember quality counts. ' A. T, SMITH A SON, TeL 504-M. Barre, Vt. i . - ... 175tf I WOOD FOR SALE $4.60 a run; Frank Ladd. N. E. 'phone 396-2. 173U2 FOR SALE Winter vegeUbles from ths Mitchell farm ; cabbage, $1.26 and $1.09 per dos., according to site; turnips, beets and carrots, 1 1.00 per bushel; parsnips, $1.60 er bushel : also Hnbard squash, pie pumpkins and celery; delivered in Barre or Montpelier, 'phone 223-J, R, F. D. 2, Barre. ' - 172tf SECOND-HAND PIANO FOR BALE In first-clans condition; write to 1$ French street, Barre isntf FOR BALE SCHOFTELD RECIPE for FOX. CftON. aad MTNK. Will teach anyone to set aad bait traps or I sell scent and bait all read to use. Sent C. O. D. to all. Write for prices or call on C. J FTS1C 11 W'terb'ury' Center. Vt 162:t WOOn FOR SALE Block wood JS.00 r. oerd, delivered in twtj-horse loads; sec ond growth $4.50 a load: James H. Keller, East Montpelier road. Tel. 419-M. t!tf FOP SALE fVj-ineh laths in any ausnl tity desired ; matched sproce bosrds. and rough lumber! write for prtrea and terms, Groton Mfg. Co.. Groton. Vt 82tf CLAPBOARDS" FOR ALi All sises; Cm mom Co.. Barre. Vt. 41 FOR BALE A trrenaration for el-tn-, granite and marWe monur"ntnt hrishtis Bp the lettering and makes the who!, monu ment leek efesn and new: guaranteed: prlres en sppileation; James Sulliven. 114 Per street. Fsrre. Vt Itf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE National Sitet seven-r"sen-ger touring csr, in first-class condition ; prire very reasonable? Robert Q. McDon nell, SI Perry street. Barre. Vt. 179tf STORAGE FOR THREE AUTOMOBILES Also twe rooms for rent: call at 82 M-, pie avenue; Mrs. 8. S. Smith. JH7ts FOR SALE One Hudon ear. in good run ning condition: price right. Palace Car-' age. i t 17tf FOR SALE 191 J Csdillac ear. overhauled, new top. newly painted, with thee braiM new tires; R. Paul Eske, Bethel, Vt lTltll Downstairs at Colton's Place I, All aorta ef strtomohile Robes-. ! Warm Sheep-Hned Driver's Coats. ; Tires, Tubes, Oils, Accessories. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. s R4 State Street Montpelier. Vermont HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE A bey hcrse 13 years old ; sound, good worker or driver; not afraid of anything: Weikht 1100; will exchange for 40 hens or some pigs; Henry Dungline. Orsnge.Vt. K 0,WestTopshsm. IHTtn i-VF.AR-OLD MORGAN MARE COLT FOR SALE Or erehange for cow; H. C. Tnmaend. Williametown. Vt l"St CHESTNUT DRIVING HORSESafe "for lady, at a very reasonable price: also t" rr.ld Berkshire brood sow 41 pies, in three litters. O. K. in all respects : G. W. Hersey. Willlsmstown. Vt, R. F. D. 1, O ranee Co. 'phone 21B-14. 17t FOR-SALEPsir of chestnut mare colts, good drivers; broken for light work; would exchange for tested rows: alo rood, potatoes delivered for $1.00 a bu. : Walter C Matson. Williamstown, Vt R. F. D. Upstairs at Colton's Place !. 1 Wins Sheen Lined Coats. Robes for Boggy and Sleigh. s-A Stable snd Street Blankets. e-A Heavy Team Blankets. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. 4 State Street Montpelier. Vermont $150 : m Puts Into Your Home a PIPELES FURNACE Installed complete ready to use. Easy to operate all east heater bams '"Ne'wsste heat ne dirt and dnst in your hone. ' ... Clesr circulation large eold air specs. Don't tnvfte discomfort end disease byt having a eid ho-iee. Get a Pipeless Fnrnaee and k-ep warm. Our catalogs will give yen full particu lars. Sent free for the asking. MARSH-ALLEN CO. M. C. Telephone li Oraare Cev Telehes STOVE BARGAINS ; 1 Glenwood Range ' 1 rienwood Chunk Heater I Glenwood Chunk Heater, large .3 $ 1 Glenwood Chunk Heater, nearly new, ind rer draft J 1 extra large eoal Heater Gleawaod. mwiium sise seal neater MARSH-ALLEN CO. . . M. K- Teiewhene 14S Orsnee fe. Telenheee LOST AND FOUND LOST Sunday nht en Maio street, sil- eer srrit watrb on ribbon; finder pleee dsn at 4 Eim ree- ,,l'tf LOST atrdraight tn Wooiworth store. a perketaeok eontainmg sum of money : finder p"e erwg oWr"- ' ! LorT Ledw ir trVling"ba. with name cwtaing peiwonai erteete : finder re barn w el I rpect street er phon 4j reined. t . , . LofT Between So. Barre end Bsrre, Oct I,, m fcew-k eat witn vh.te bna.1 and fee answers te name e -BesteV : sails! rewsra paid if returned aRG. Darting. F. Earre.Te. jW- . ,7M LOST-atoedar W-twern Ksrre and Ra. nth, en eatneoehile tire eKaia : fi.4e KM.fg er itern W Fma Mast. Prmt ' rtree. Barre. , NOTICE 1 wtah a gtve my eew TTlioe A- Rotten. , tSe rwnaier d his SBSnrUT and trmm U fer I wiU enCvt wane ef ha earetegs tar a see ef hat ht.ai Wii'-atnssown, Vl iMumrr 14. la-1. e