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THE' BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT
I ABOUT THE STATE Bappealaga of Interact fron Differeat Sectia-a. w ' Mr. and Mr. Herbert C. Reed oli Wved their golden wedding aimrvnr- lary at their home m weeuieia on April 3. 1 Milo, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Morehouse of Bolton, while playing with a horse clipper, severed the iore Anger on his right hand. . The East Putney meadows, contain ing 600 acres, ere under water and at Westminster people had to use Louts to get from house to house, as a re mit of the rain and resultant high . water. . Governor James Hartness has ap pointed Hiram M. Davis of Montpelier, icputy commissioner of weights and measures, as a delegate to attend the 15th annual conference on weights and measures to be held at Washington, D C, May 23 to May 26, 1922. Claude Blodgett, who' was injured several months ago when he was thrown from the icy roof of a freight ear near Underbill, who home Is In Burlington, is alile to get about now -with the use of two canes, but will al ways te lame. Both legs were broken lu several placet, there berna 43 frae tures in one foot and leg. At the time of the accident, he was a braneinun on the B. & L. A Boston A Maine engine, scheduled for a through run from fsherbrooke, P. Q., to White River Junction, but for some reason held over at Iyndonville and sent over the St. J. and L. C. road on an extra freight to Hyde Park, caused the engineer all kinds of trou ble as the rails were slippery, the grades heavy and he had, so much, difficulty in getting the sand to run from the land box when he opened the valve that on the return to Lyndonville, he ought an inspector to find out . the cause. The latter found four un icaled bottles of Scotch "whiskey in the eand 'box and a fifth bottle of the whiskey had become broken and had so saturated the sand that ;t would not perform its proper work on a heavy grade. - It is supposed that someone in White River Junction is still wait ing for his wet goods. . . fP0EELlRY Mr. and Mr. Carl Thomas are in llielsea, called there by the death of Mrs. Thomas' aunt, barah Hemenway Ira Pierce was a business visitor in Montpelier part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Carr re turned Sunday from a week's stay in l'.lmore. ' Ralph ("Hidden returned Monday to his school work in Cabot, after a three weeks' vacation. Mrs. - William Gray was called to Dorchester, Mass., the last of the week by the death of her son, Clement Ed son, v , : Mrs. Blanche Sweeney of Vergennes was a week-end guest of her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Rv F. Drennan. Wendell Webber was home over Sun day from his work In North Montpel ier. - Mrs. Parker left Saturday for her home in East, Calais for an indefinite stay. ; - ' Floyd J)avie returned Monday to his , (Work, having been detained 'at home with lumbago. ; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cline are in Plainfleld for a few days' stay. Flora and Franeia Drennan were bus iness visitors in Burlington last week. . Jack Whcelock has purchased Perley Parker's farm and taken possession. Mrs. Anna Carr and grandson, Ar thur Maddock, returned the last of the The End of a Perfect Day (OsayrlgaO 1S r l-SS1 ' week from a two weeks' visit in Barre. " Mattl Wilson lias moved into Jack Wheelock'a tenement. . Florence Parks of Hardwick was a guest Thursday tl her eister, Mrs. V. A. Ainsworth, and family. Rev. and Mrs. F. . W. Kneel ' left on Monday for Shuahan, Jf. Y., where he will preach the coming year. PLAINT! ELD , See "The IT. P. Trail," April 19. ad. Saturday evening at the opera house II. M. 8. Pinafore will be given as a final windup to the season's plays. This is the big success that was given at Within 5 Minutes of Everything Worth While Broadway at 29&SL An High Class Hotel with Moderate Rates Popular priced Club Breakfasts A Cafeteria thi last word In up-to-dateness -just opened RATES Single Room with bath $3.00 DouQe Room with bath 6.00 DIG EATERS GET KIDNEY TROUBLES Don't neglect backache, sor Joints, stiff ness, puffy eye, interrupted simp, or other sign of weak kidneys or bladder. Avoid danger -of serious complications. Eat leas and correct the trouble with Dr. Carer's Marsh-Root No. 777. Standard for over two veneration. Results guaranteed. You can get It at Tie Red Crass Pharmacy and reliable druggist everywhere, Adv. East Montpelier. From critics' reports people from Montpelier and Barre would be well rewarded in seeing this pleasing opera. Dancing after the per forma nee. adv. Getting Rid of a Stubborn Cough is Child's Play Now Make the Medicine Yourself at Home It's Cheap but Yon Can't Seat It. If yoa want to take care of that bad, hang on cough and do it in a few hours, better get one ounce of Parmlnt (double strength) and mix a half pint at home. You can do this in two minute by add ing a little sugar and enough water to fill a half pint bottle. You'll travel the world ever before you get a medicine that will act so surely and quickly oa the mucou membrane of the nose and throat It halts the inflamma tion, the tickling sensation stops with the Brat spoonful, th heavy breathing goes and clean membrane, free from irritation and mucous follows. For Catarrhal conditions swb as mucous droppangs, cloggod nostrils and watery eyes, it won t dinaDDont ask for Parmint (dou ble strength). Speak plainly so that the druggist will know exactly what you want. Adv. Sandy and. Fruit for Easter Ronton in Chocolates, per lb Sfc Peppermint Patties, per lb 3.c Old-Fashioned Chocolates, per lh. . .2e Hard Candies, per lh. . . . 1(V 2!c 31e Ppecial Easter Tackairea Just Arrived. California and Florida Oranges, pe' dot 40c tip Florida Grape Fruit, 4 for Vie; 10c earns t for 25c Fancy Eating Apples, per dot. 60 & We Sunkint Lemons, per dot. .4Ae Golden Ripe Bananas, per doc. SO to 50c Mixed Nuts, per Ih 2.V Walnuts, per lh 35 A 40c Imjwrted Kip, per lh 40c Fresh Boasted Peanuts and Salted S'uts of all kinds. Fresh Tomatoes. Cucumbers and strawberries Saturday. For Tenr Easter IHaner. i Order a quart of Plymouth Creamery Country Club, that delirious, whole tome Ire Cream. Pure Fruit and Sher bet Dessert. Also in individual 10c herrings wrapped up to take out. - Marclietti's Fruit Store Saturday Specials Fine Granulated Sugar, 16 Its. . .il.no Kugar, 100 lbs $5.0 Fancy Creamery Butter, ft 41e Fancy Dairy Butter, lb 30c Western Boiling and Stewing Beef, lb 12 to IKc RECOMMENDED BY EVERY USER "I have had my Delco-Light for more than three years and it has given such satisfaction that' I do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone wanting good, dependable electric service." Mr. J. F. Mar shall, Byron Center, Mich. ., ' Write for Catalogue W. G. GOODWIN. 14 Liberty St, Montpelier, VL JSJmotricitrbr' The Hope of the World. The war of T9 14 laid half the na tions of the world in the dust. Their homes, their industries, their peace must be restored by the rising genera tion., In them i the hope of the worIr To make motherhood easier, to se cure for every baby a clean bill of health and a fair start in life that is the problem. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound is an excellent medicine for mothers and for future mothers. For fifty year this medicine has been used successfully in all non-surgical cases of women a diseases. adv. yVA V, APRIL 14, 1922. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF JOSEPH CORCORAN. The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the dis trict of Randolph, commissioners, to re ceive, examine and adjust the claims and de mands of all persons against the estate ot ESTATE Or HARRIET L. EDWARDS. State of Vermont. District of Washington, . The honors ble probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons Interested in estate of Harriet h. Edward, lata of City of Barre, in said district, deceased, GREET WHEREAS, said court has assigned the Jliifldtih rrmiynn lata rtt WaaBrtintrrin. In Bth day of May next for examining and ..id district, deceased, and all claims exhib allowiwr the account of the administrator , ttej n offs. t thereto, hereby clve notice thst and administratrix, de bonis non of the es- , will ' meet for the purpose aforesaid, tate of said deceased and. for a decree of the t the town clerk's ofHce in the town of residue of said estate to the lawful claimants j Wsshlngton. in sntd district on tha !9th of the same, and ordered that ' nib-1 al,y 0f ApPj ani 80th day of Sept. next, lie aotiee thereof be hrii to all fer-ifrom 1 o'clock p. m until 4 o'clock p. m.. tons Interested ( said estate by publishinc en e.ch 0f mh day, ad that six months this order three weeks successively previous from th goth day of March, A. D. 192, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Washington, this 6th day of April, A. D. 1922. . LEO W. SEAVER. ELLTB H. DOWNING, Commissioners. AprilM-21-28 ta the day assianed, in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at City of Barre. in said district. THEREFORE, you ars hereby notified toe re at the probate office In Montpelier. ssld district, on the day assiimed, then end there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, lesatoes sua lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand this fth day of April, 1822. FRANK 3. MARTIN, Judge. Apr7-14-2t ESTATE OF FRED H. EDWARDS. State of Vermont, district of Washington, as. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons Interested in the estate of Fred H. Edwards, late of City of Barre, in said district deceased, GREET ING i WHEREAS, said court has assigned the Bth day of May next for examining and allowing the account of the administratrix of the estate of said deceased and for a dtcree of the residue of said estate to the lawful ehrimants of the' same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all per sons InhsTested in said estate by publish ing this order three weeica successively Ereirloue to the day assigned. In the Barre 'ally Times, a newspaper published at City at Bum, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby uotifled 'te appear at the probata office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, thea and there to contest the allowance ef said account If you see cause, and to establish your -right as heirs, legatees and lawful rlairctnta te said residue Given under my hand this 6th day of April, 1928. FRANK t. MARTIN. Judgav Apr07-1-21 ESTATE OF AMANDA BECKLEY. State of Vermont, District of Washington, so. - The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persona Interested in the estate of Amanda Beck ley. kite of Town of Barre, in said district, deceased, GREETING: WHEREAS, said court has assigned the . COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE . ESTATE OF GUI8EPPE BEMPREBON. The undersiirned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the dis trict of Washington commissioners, to reeciee, examine and adjust the claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Guiseppe Eemprebon, late of City of Barre, in said district, deceased, and all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby give notice that ws will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the office of the Tilden Shoe Co., in City of Barre In said district, on the 2nd day of May and 26th day of Sept. next, from 9 o'clock a. m, until 8 o'clock p. m., on each of ssld 'ays and that six months from the 30th oay of March, A. D. 1921!, ia the time limited by said court for asid creditors to present their claims to us for examination , and allowance. Dated at Cty of Barre this 3rd day of April, A. D. 1922. ARTHUR C. TILDEN. T. H. CAVE, Jr., Commissioners. Aprill-21-28 POULTRY AND EGGS FOR SALE Rose and sirurle comb Rhode FOR SALE CLAPBOARDS FOR BALE ALL SIZ- , E3 NOW ON HAND: COMOLLI A f CO., TEL. 411-M, BAKRE. . i6tf Inland Reds and White Wyandotte eggs 11.00 per 16; Silver Laced Wyandottes and single comb Anconas 12.00; P. D. Lse, Jr., Northllekl, Vt f- WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS FOR BET. friKTl . 1 n. afnln ft 1 Ml A St Tk,.. .i.trr.v T.I. &r,H.W. 89 Cur- So. Barre. Tel. 4 7 5-J rler street. "iHAY FOR SALE At barn, extra nice; one FOR SALE Hatching eggs from pure bred half mile from city s H. B. Partridge, Tel.; foil SALE-two tons green oats; alsa loose and baled hay; Smith Stock Farm,' 25U) 6. C. White Leuhorns heavy Utyets t 6; W4-R each : Mrs. L. C. Tucker. Cabot. Vt. 19t' WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS From one of the beet strains in Vermont. Pen No. 1. 83.00 per 13;en No. 2. 12.00 per 18: pen No. 8 and 4. 81.00: E. R. Tarbox, 100 Be-k-ley street. Tel. 729-W. 13tl8 PARK'S BARRED ROCKS trap nested, a few choice settings, 81, prepaid: won best utility pen in American class, Montpelier, 1022. also flrst pullet; Alex Lawson, 88 Ma ple Ave. I tf EGGS FROM A" FINE I.A YING STRAIN OF BARRED FLY MOUTH ROCKS 81-00 for 15: Alex Ronnie. 200 South Main St.. Tel. 187-W. 4-S8 CHICKS AND EGGS FdRHATCinNG- If you want hens that will pay, bny 8. C. W. Leghorns t pure bred, bred to lay ; ettga 81 and 81.80 for 16 and 86 and 88 per 100; limited number of chicks at 20e each : C. A. Msrrill. RF. D. 2.Barre. Tel. 807-2. !itf DAY OLD CHTCKS BlntilngMarehlRth, shall have S. C. Rhode Island red chicks for sale each week at 20c each; Mrs. H. i. Carr, Tel. 384-22. 29tf 24te HOUSES TO RENT Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants. Lost and Fcund, For Ssle, To Let, etc. short adver tisements at the rate of three lines for twenty-five cents for the flrst Insertion and ten cents for each subsequent insertion. FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE Small farm, stock and tools. Just out of Randolph Center village; good schools, churches. V. O.. etc. Good build ings pleassntly located, best of soil ; a bar gainj O. CJHill, Randolph j;tr., Vt. 24t8 166 ACRE FARM FOR SALE-To-rooni house, with maple shade and rrice lawn ; a. - . IJU !." ' ! pru TTxt.lo xralB'n n"1barn 88x80 ft.: basement under whole barn allowing ine account uu. aaminiKrsu.r 1M0 to 20fl0 trws and of the estate of sa.d deceased, and for . fc estimated to be 600 cord, pulp; a decree of the residue W sstd estate to the , . ' njfi , ,.i.i,. Easter Specials Strictly freoh Kirps, nearby, dos' . .20c Home Cured Ham, the best, per lb 37c lionele Ham, whole, per lb 'iac Smoked (Shoulder, per lb 18e Bacon, jfood western, lb 'l.c Frankforts, per lh lc Western Round Steak, per lb ....25c (iood Chuck 'Meat, per a ,...10e, ).c Roast Pork, per lb ...23c, 2e Large bottle Catsup, only 'J.'ic Quart bottle Olives. , 75c Good Peaches, ran 25c, c Good Pineapple, per can ....Vic Apples, pk ftflc Kellopg lornflakes, pkg 0c Post Toasties, pkgr 10c Large pkg. Rolled Oat .......... 23c Bananas, dox , C0c 2 large Grapefruit'...,, ..2,c 3 large Orangea 2tc Good manr other bargains. Just across the bridge. Louis Romanos 59 Prospect St Tel. 348-W Roune Steak, lb. Frank furts, lh. Roast Pork, IS. Boneless Smoked Shoulders, ' lb. ,..22e Swift's Iremium Haoi, whole, ft. 39c and 30c I!e ... 1 lu ire ,.2Sc ,.3tle ..34c .Swift's Premium Bacon, lb. Strictly Kresh Eggs, do. Gold Hopper Coffee, lb. .. White House Coffee, lb Yellow Cling Peaches, large siza eaa ....2.V Sweet Corn, 2 cans for 2." B. P. Shadroui 50 Break St. TeL 184-W. Real Estate and Personal Property at Auction - The undersigned will veil at public auction to the highest bidder on Thursday, April 20 at 9 a'clock ia the forenoon 115 Se. Main St on the premises in Broolfleld, about one mile from Pond Village towafrds Randolph, the following described prop erty : Real ewtate. consisting of 212-aere farm, about fiO acres tillage, iiaUme pasture and woodland; a lot of hard . Paitina Biscuits, per It Easter Special Fresh Eggs, per dozen 30c Boneless Shoulder, per lb 22e Swift's Premium Ham, the lest, per lb TSe 3 loaves of Bread for .25c Chocolate Cream Eggs, each ftc Chocolate Running Rabbit, each 5c Chocolate in 1 lb. bot and 1-2 lb box. Brookfield Cream Cheese, per lb ..30c CO-70 size Prunes; this is a good buy at only 2 Xb. for Sac Good Heavy Western Beef for your nunday dinner, Rib Roast, per lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be (iren to all persona interested in said estate by puBiishina this ordtr three weeks sue tssslvely prevtoo to the day assigned, la the Barre Daily Time, a newspaper pub Ushed at City of Barre. in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the Probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day sswiKned. then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your risht as heirs, legatee and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, tola 30th day of March. 1922. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judas. Msr81-Apr7-14 mail delivered daily; located in one of the TO RENT 4-room tenement, ready May 1 : Inm'ire 4$ Park street) Tel. 68-W. SStf SAWDUST FREE Flint Bros. Washing UmVt lst12 FOR RENT the re-modclled" Bijou theatre for dances, lectures, loda-e, clubs, ban- nuets ; rood stare, plenty of seats, ground floor, Main street entrance; for terms ap ply Jo A. B. Carter, Mgr. Park theatre. ZZtS UP STAIRS , TENEMENT TO RENT For small family ; all modern conveniences and lsrira aarden : vacant May 1 ; apply Leon L. Cummlnirs, 84 Merchant street. 20tf TENEMENTS TO RENT At 189 Washing ton street, C. A. Heath, Tel. 742-M or sse-w. 28t6 F0RRENT Down" stafrs tenement; all modern; inmiire of Mrs. James Ahem. 41 Eatstreet. Tel. 246-W. ' 17tf FOR RENfTwo very desirable aoartmenlts In the Psrk theatre building, all modern: anply to AB. Carter. Mitr. 268tf TO RENT Five room downstairs tenement with electric Hants and bath. celHr, barn privilenes and eood eardrn : situated at 14 Clsrk St., telephone 66-R or inquire at 11-12 Howlsnd Bldg. ' . 210tf FOR RENT 4-room cotta.-e bouse on Third street; ele-trie lighu; John F. Benjamin Tel. 10B-R. Wtf - ' ' '! TJ C0MMISSI0WERS' NOTICE E8TATE OF ELIZABETH T. PAUL. The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the elsitne and demands of all persons against the estate of Eliza beth Y Paul, lata of City of Barre. in said district," deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby aivs notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the ofHce of the Tilden Shoe Co.. in the City of Barre. in said district on the 26th day of Aoril and 2nd day of October next from o'clock a. m until t o'clock p. m.. on each of said days and that six months from the 0ni dav of April, A. D. 1A2Z. is the time Knitted by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and r'lowanee. Dated at City of Barre thht ttb day of April. A. D. 1922. ARTHUR C. TII.BEN. JAMBS MACKAY. Commissioners. Apr7-14-21 HELP WANTEllFEMALE best neighborhoods in town; milk and i r..e itrn"riiii ns VT-rrvJlA u . cream collected daily by Lyndonville Creem-, ,,ru whn block S6t2 ery ociation ; W. 8. WUliams. Bradford. -."Z- , l v. -ui I WANTED A girl for general housework: Mrs. r. ri. puikh. oo -n ay.t Ave. FOR SALE OR TRADE Our borne place, 4 miles from Barre City ; 10-roora house with all modern conveniences ; a good barn ; acres of land ; a lot of fruit trees ; can keep 4 eows snd team Tej. ?85-R. 2U6 HILL FARM FOR BALE CHEAP ?4 miles from PlainHeld. 7 miles from Barre, Vt. : containing fifty or sixty acres of good land ; good pasture with brook ; plenty ef .WANTED Middle aged woman to do gen eral housework; Ernest King, care C. W. Averill Co- ' 24t3 WANTED Girl for general housework ; In quire of Mrs. W. A. Bradford, 108 South Main street, Barre. Vt, 25tf WANTED A girl for the summer, to begin at once ; general housework : three ehil- wood ; a nice sugsr orchard of 2 hundred t dren ; D. B. Stoddard, Groton. Vt., R. F. D. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS EsUblisbed 1891 The Square Deal Place ' Representing the following pianos Behning Cmerson Lautep Miltoa Est. lnl Est. 147 Est. 182 Est. 1st Ask for book of a thoossnd references. No. &l Spauldlng Su Thone T32-W , BARRE, VT. Flora Jones, D. C, Ph. C. ' Palmer Chiropractor At the GAGE GAGE office. 4:00 to :00 p. m. Daily (Except Sunday) 'Phone i Office, Barre M2-W Rra. Montpelier, 121-W trees, all equipped ; a good 8-room house with shed and garage; very good barn, tie up 10 heade two horses; a new hen house for 100 hens; running wster to house and bern ; a nice big pond nesr the buildings ; nice fruit: there are some 10 or 12 acres of tillage, balance in pasture and wood lot; will sell with or without "tools and stock; the price is richt : m-fll sell for a small pay ment down; for full Information see NelsonJ Murray; Flainftrld, Vt. 21t FARM FOR SALE -Nice one man fnrm with stock or althout. One mile from Plain field village. room house, hot and rold water, bath, steam heat and electric lights; SO-foot barn with basement : 17 head of rat. tie, horses: for particulars inquire of M. H. Wyman. Plsinnetd. Vt.. R. F. D. 1. 2U FARMS FOR SALE ISO acres 4 "miles from Barre; 70 acres 2 miles from Williams town ; for particulars write to "Farms," care Barre Times. ttf FARM FOR SALE One oTthe best one- man farms, in Orsnee county: situated Hi mi. from Willlsmstown postofllce and 2 mi. from Granitevllle Quarries, on a stste rosd : this farm la in a hirh state of culti vation and is right in every way. I mut ell as 1 cannot tend to it Will make the price rleht for a quick sale. Come and see It and he assured of a bargain: James O. 22tS WANTED Young women to enter Rarre City hospital training erhool to train to become nurses : apply to the superintendent st the hospital. UTtf MALE AND FEMALE HELP WANTED Man and woman to work en farm at once; wages fSn.OO a month; man must be good milker and woman good housekeeper: E. W, Kent, Randolph Cen ter. Vt. 38,9 FOR SALE An Indian motorcycle with elds' ,.u ,.ichi ait; mooei -ivn inn in: -good condition; price reasonable; telephone-664-R. , 24t4S GLADIOLUS BULBS" FOR6ALE All choice named varieties 0c per dozen, t doxen for $1.60: E. P. Carter, 14 Sheridan street, 'phone 7BU.'i 28tf FOR SALE Retail granitebueinesrehop equipped for men and one surface ms chuie; inquire of I R. Lewis, Barton, VV ' ' . ..2314. FOR SALE o-gallon"tin cans; abotT"2S cases 12 cans to a case. I Suitable for Ston. ing or shipping honey or maple syrup ; used once' for honey ; thoroughly washed and packed ia wooden re-shipping cases ; 40c each (not In easel) or. 11,00 per case. F. O. B. New York City; 10 per cent off to any one taking entire lot: am paying 11.35 for No. -1 and $1.00 for No. 2, 1928 syrup, fur nishing cans and paying freight; Elmer A Scott, 1067 Grand Concourse, New York City. ; site THREE SLIGHTLY USED PHONOGRAPHS FOR SALE at a bargain price; also on piano, used only about six weeks: also one Player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co., Barre. ISHf PIANO BOXES FOB SALEPATAr La morey. . Wt POINTERS. ATTONTION A. good set "of blocks, ropes, hooks and creepers for out side wall staging; cheap; H. W. Scott, Over. !?ei etf JUST RECEIVED A carload of ' hard "edg ings and slab wood, at I8.7 load : Gran J?" City Bottfing Works, Tel. 728-M or . 1 itr STRAWBERRY, red raspberry, black rasp berry, currant, blackberry, gooseberry and rhubarb plants. Mall us j-rar address and x.?""."10" ot fnhly dug plants grown at Mitrhell farm and sold at less thsti hnl ' rs-ry agents' prices. The lending -" 22 i ..I nu") rooi ,n climate; MitchellFarm. BarreVt. R. F. D. 2. 26t WOOD FORSALE-No:lect. eld. growth body Mock wood, on lot or He. Mvered. Tel. lOB-J 291tf FOR PALE We. the jMersigned. hao dei . 10 our slunble qi:arry, situated In Wehsterville. jolnfng tl Aerne Granite enarry This quarry has not been worked much bnt stone taken from it has taken "n ,c,,1,t polish when ouarrled on th" srstn. An excellent chan' to start oner, rving as it lavs .in Is e sheets rm the ton. One sheet now ner.rlv free estimsted at two thommnd feet Oi.arry Is resched by ran and tram. For furthee nsrtleulars Inqul of Thomaa Risk ey. Willlsmstown, R- F. T). 2. or Patrick Noonan. Depot ousre. Barre. Vt. 1 jliltt FOR SALE A preparation f.MP lsnin granite and morb!e meitiments: hr'phtens on the lettering and makes the whoU monn ment look clean and new : guaranteed ; pries' on application: James Sullivan. 114 Psrk street. Barre, Vt ltf WANTED Plrie. Williamstown, Vt. X 8tf lb. (Iiuok Roast, per lb .. Roiling Beef, per lb ... Pure Lard, per lb Compound Lard, per !b Good Coffee, per lb ... Roast Pork, per lb ... Takhoma Biscuit, per pkg., only . . . .5c And a good many other bargains, Call and see us. - 22 17e ,10c to 15c Ifle 15c .2."e to J'Vc 25e, 2Se, 30c J. G. Shadroui TeL 197-M Saturday Special wood; tillage is all machine mowed Atlantic Assorted Cookies, per lb.. 24 and is up in high state of eultiva- Ovster Crackers, per lb 16 lion. Kight-room house, newly ahin-Xtwton, per lb 21 pled; stock barn 30xS feet with base- fntry GrumLles. per lb 19 ment, tie-ups for 24 cows; horse barn 2i32 feet with basement, 5 stalls and carriage house; buildings covered with galvanited Iron; silo, running water, good fences, 23 Head of Cattle an accredited herd 15 eowi, mostly all fresh, 2 two-year-old heifers, bred to frtohen in the fall, 7 yearling heifers, some to freshen in the fall, 1 nine -month -old bull. 1 pair work horses, weight about 2.00 lbs, 7 and 13 years old. Machinery and Tools Manure spreader, threshing machine new; aew seed drill, new XVering mowing machine, fertilizer distributor, lard Don't Delay, ee your news dealer and order next Sun day's Boston Globe in ad vance. The Children all want the Lor on Globe's comic aupple ment crUh the INVISIBLE COLOR BOOK. OIG SPECIALS FOR EASTER Ham, whole, per lb 36c Bacon, per lb 25c Boneless Shoulders, per lb 22c Smoked Shoulder, per lb. . .20c Etrtrs. fresh, rer dozen SfV Fresh Shoulders, per lb . .20c ru' hy tedder, hay rake, ..w rir, disc rorB, . f nnlo Smm r, Li l o I UrrPW' -thinf harrow 2 euh.rat-, (omn. - . "t't . Maple Sugar, per lb 23c Cheese, per lb 30c Washington Creamery Butter, per lb 42c All Bread, 3 for 25c Star Soap, World Soap, Fels Naphtha Soap, 10 for . . .60c New Cabbage, per lb ..... 10c Large size O ran pes, dot, .65c Small size Oranges, doz ..45c All Cookies, per lb 22c Hidder iiabbep 2S-30 Prospect St. Just across the track Orders delivered free TeL 593-M t .entry t.rumt.les. per Mary Ann. per lb ... Peanut Cakes; per lb Lorna IXoone, per lb. . Chocolate Puffs, per lb ora, plow, com planter, II. P. engine. I. H. P. engine, cream separator, pair trucks with body, double wagnsj with body, hay rack with wood body com bined, eipre wagnn, hujrgy wa?on, han.lv farm cart, pair hear sleds with wood b-dy, manure sled, bob sled, pting sleigh with pole and shafts, food cook er, acaljjng tuf, et scales, weigh to ft"0 lbs.; set douMa harness, single far nc, grindtrnr, stone h.at, 12 ten ealloa milk cane, anotit 8 Of feet lum ber and all small tools. Also about 10 t. ns of tar. No. I, and some black smith tools. Alo a Int f homcatld fjm.tnre. ire-l-jling stores., writing deak, beds, mattreoaes, dikes. ra'2e. etc. Terms at tirce of sale. I-un h at tn. Thursday, April 20, 1922, at t e'tlack. . E. C. WHITE. Owaer. D. A. PERRY, AectiorecT, Barre, Vt. j ..lc 24c 16c e 19c .ISe .20e .25c .29c Butter Brown Baked Crackers, per . 43c .11.00 .). ..41c ..10c ..22c ..22e . lc ..32e ..2.V ..18c ..2 V . 2.V ..lc . 2V ..2.V . ?.V ..2e ..4le ...W . .lie ..2.V ..ISc ..2-V . .2 V DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC TIIYSICIAN Office in Beam (, Miles BulMlaa Telephone Cenaecttoa OFTICK ROraS : I a. m. to 11 m. and 1 :M te 4 p. ss. Menday. Taesday, Tkuraday and Friday HILL FARM FOR SALE J -4 ml. from Montpelier; farm eon tains H00 acres, stilt ably divided Into 100 acres tills e. 104 aeres of caatura and balanee ia waodlaad: flrst elass suasr orrhsrd of 140ft trees; 8000 eords hardwood; Idrt.OOO feet sprue lumbers 1Z room house with all modern improvements: lanre barn with tie-up for 86 head: buildin iir first elsss repairs nevefailinf water suicly: will sell with or without machinery and atork: 'phone 784-M. Mantpeller: eor respond with J. T. Cm S Bill street, Mont pelier. yt tf FARM FOR SALE 100 acres ood Rtfi farm fully equipped, e without; ear ef "Farm." Box 9. Williamatosrn. Vt. ltZ4 WANTED AT ONCE A reliable parly to take over our camp and board our help TV the week From flfrv to sev. enty-ive men. The eamp la fully eauipped. Apply to 8TRAFFORD A TTNDALE, F. H. GOODRIDGE, PlalnT.eld, Vt. New Enaland 'Phone -B. IStf WANTED Houseclcanins by ths hour oe day: rail 14ft -5. J?r.tS EXPERIENCED DRAFTSMAN "" WANTS WORK Best references; address "T." care Times ofliee. . Sr,t4 WANTED TO BUY Mnle lots" for rollefs 22 and 24 inches ; F. M. Bowen. Randolph. yt , t f4t WANTED A seeond hsn delivrv ws-e r in iroosl condition ; telephone S84-R. 14U WANTED" TO BUY-A work hors- v.eih. In abmit 100; kind, gentle snd ts"d without hit-h'ne; D, M. Cutler, SnXh Barre, Tel. a27-R. Jltfi WN'TFD TO UV-A second hnd ffTt desk ant small ssfe: wrlt- ?rivira poiil'. Isrs to "M." esre Barre Times. lfltf W NTED Best silently" mad o"'ineIt 500 w'll buy: write statlne full pe'iv lars in first letter to "Auto," care Tt. - i"tn WANTED FOR TASH 100 ears (rood nvk maple toes r 21 in. and up diim. r"t!y 1 ft. lnirths : 150 cars basswood lorn, ft iw. end no dism leneths 3 ft. or rultlT-'e of hnv ft? sdvlne a'hnt you esn furnish: adder J. I Cunningham Co.. Rutland, Vt. 12tf DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BLANCHAKD BLD0L phoneai Offics, 7M-W; Rsaidenrs, TEL, OFFICE 121-M. RESIDENCE, (4S.M COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BLOCK BAKU. VT. ' NOTARY PUBUt DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Epecialuing in tha Disease of tha Skin and Cancer. Offioa Hour 10 to 12 a. m. aad 1 to i p. m. dailr. Wednesday and Saturday Erenlng. i none j:m it, koobi I Mile Granite Buildiac. Barre, Vt, boi Sujrar, 17 lbs. for urar, lOl lb, for Butter, Worcester Creamery, lb Salt Pork, per lh Pears, per ran Shrimps, per can Succotash, per lb Peaches, No. I can , Mincemeat. Xo. I, 2 for , Cora, sweet, Xo. 1 weet. No. 1, two for ke. 3 for Peanut Butter, per ran Raisins, per pk(r Shredded Wheat. 2 for Stuffed Olives, t for Bird's Matches, & for Bananas, per doen wid Eating Apple, per doaea .. Oranges, lars aixe, per docca Whol i;ice. 3 B- for Tomatoes, lsree can Pur Lard, two !s. for Cotrrtonnd Ijird. two lbs. for .. Boras Naphtha Washing Powder. $ for 26c All Caaaed Goods aad Fruit low cb Saturday. Com and ws. You know the place a the corner of Sea iaartr aad Maple Avenue. Lena Isaac 7 Seminary Street, Tel. 54I-IC PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHrV. Hospital Amba'aaea Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot 8a us re, Barre. TeL eenneetien. elK-W WE ALWAYS HAVE imt what yosi are looking far ia til line ef j-wetry. ireerwar. eu ruts, etc. Asm sts'tonerr. Oar watch sad clerk repair work aar. aat isV O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 4 Fl.M PTBrrr SOLE AGENT FOB "BOSTON AMERICAN" No. It5(. This farm must be sold at one as death of owner makes sale necessary. Priced at pre-war price or leae. The larn would cost mora to build than the price asked: 150 acres of rood land: suitably divided; exceptionally good soil: surar bush of about SOU trees and within a short dis tance, st least 1004 tree would bo availa ble. Plenty of fruit, apples, plums, trapes, etc. Furasee heated house, all in good shape, contains moms : hss been occupied by two families. Modern hieh drive barn, 100 ft. lone, rlanbnanled and painted ; sta ble for 5 bead. This is one of the best bams of its site in the county : tool shed., vranary, stnraKe barn and hen house ; aood water : about one-half mil to school : four miles or less from Williamstown. one-half mile from Berlin pond and six miles from Barre, and about the same from Montpelier. A rare chance at tsSOO.OO. Will include stork and tools at reasonable price. No. 145?. Storked, complete and equipped with new ton's, ail for IfiSno.oo. with $.bO0 down. This Williamstowa form of 24A acre located on the main road, will appeal to any one wantn to keep a lanre amount cf stock.. 8lendid Gelds: lanre amount ef wood; new stable; romfortshle house; 9 head of stork tn accredited herd extra rood team. ( hot, all fermnc machinery tr Included st ths price. Will be pleased to show these to you st one. Now is the time to ret located In time to put in crops. kUNI'VAJ-Ji-J:KMa HELP WANTED MALE WORLD'S FASTEST SELLING AUTO AC CESSORY I A repeater lonr profits ; new; they all want it; write; Fred 1. Bar nard, Newport Vt. 26t3 WANTED Man t de kitchen work: W. F. Davis, Waterbury inn. Waterbury. Vt. I4tf W ANTEDNorTranite letterer? a hr. day : will par risrht price for the riaht man; address Stuart aV Sesar. 11-1 Bur bank venue.JohnonCity,N. Y. 24t6 WANTED A man for farm work : rood teamster, kind around stock ; John N. Ben- 1 ham. Brookneld. Vt. str IrX)RSES AND VEHrCI.ES' FOR SALE rir "extra nice "work horse; kind tn every way and extra rood work er., ready to ro riirht to work ; weieht about 8100: sold for reason I have nothing foe them to do: harness will sro with' them if desired; C. H. Dudley. East Montpelier. Vt. ;2t4 New Driving Harness ' Some with nickle trimmings. Some with rubhr trimmlnes. Finely msde of hirh rrade leather, and th prices are like old times. ilS.00. $20.00, 122.00.' I2B.00. Lots of farm harness, too. VEHICLE SUPPLY CO. SOLTON S PLACE 84 Stat 'Street Montpelier. VeemoM I WE ARE READY TO LET PULP JOBS FOR THIS SEASON as soon as ths snows ret down, so w can show tip the job. STRAFFORD TINDALE, ce F. H. GOODRIDGE, Ptslnftcld. Vt. New England. 'Phons -J. IStf r .I'f.t-li'MM I LIVESTOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE A purebred Holstein eow. ium tn freshen the 17th: also a trade HoUtain due to freshen: D. H. Mac Dona Id. Waihinr ton. ISt6 PIGS FOR SALE four weeks old pirs : also (24 redsr pasta. T ft.. ( in. at top end; John Gallrey, Wast hill: Tel. 19S-31. K'.'tS FOR SALE Hse fresh W of cows Just boarht eonaitfn of Holsteins. Gueriwevs snd Jersrvs. These rows are tuberculin tasted, some beinr fre-h and the bslsnes nesrby spnneers : H. M. rsrnham. JJ.or.t- peller. Vt.. Trf. 107. tf house, with , HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE OR TRAPE--romrt house, bam an an acre 01 land in Barre City: for particulars writ "G," care Times ef-f flee. j ISt.l FOR SALE My home. Vnon-t as the Fre! Braley house. 64 Merchant street : modem, eirht room house, with nice rarde ; inaui-wi at the abov number or telephone 611-W.; morninirs. FOR SALE Two tenement- larre barn, cellar under house and barn, all j In rood repair: also large aarden for eac h j tenement, situsted on a lot 10 rods deep! and five rods Tiide Earn tenement has five rooms, electric tis-hta and bath. All in j rood repair. Ruy this: live in one tene- ment and rent the other: help par for your" home I Terms part cash, mortcaire for the! balance. Inquire ef Elwin L. Scott. 11-1. Quarrv Bank Bldr. S9tf J FOR-SAt.E Tlie E. A. rriodle" house' stl 38 Kerb avenue, coraer Summer St. srd Keith avenue I"4'f AUTOMOBILES r'Ouki AUTOS FOR SALE A ?-peenrer land and a e-passenrer Velie; both in,' fine eond-tim and for sale very cheap; Ro!-) lia Gilaon. BetheL VU 2. '', CFED CARS For n rices see our ad., pege t j H. G. Bennett. Barre. HI TRUCK FOR SALE-Moder"C-2-ton Duplej 4 wheel drive, in rood running orU-r; drees "Truck" care Time, Stl BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES PARTNER or will sell granite and marble busineea : old eataMishment. Particulars a "Ray," Du rra nee. Room 410, Provi. oence. tlf GOOD OPPORT t."STtT for party wishing to ena-ag ra the manufarrur of a spsclsl- ty gran l well know to the rets -I tra.1. ITp-taMSat pis at ready ta operate, soiks eapttsl required dtnssuBtca wita U. V. W - Tsroee r)lc tMU LOST AND FOUND FOl'ND -Smail porketbook enntainir.g aum of anoney. owner can have by ermine: prnn. rrty and paying advert letng at Barre Bar. gain stare. 6ll MISCELLANEOUS CEMETERY WORK Monuments lettered snd clesned: arrangs to have your work done b. fore Memorial day; Hrst clans work ruaranlrrd : write for price ; be. E. RorS. East Barre. tM GARDENS PLOWED Ashe kauled. general light teaming: etc.; Inquire ef Ihsa Wen. rtcr, 3 South Mai street. ZZU NOTICE I are now read to do bweinea in Celby bar bark of hotel, shoring, wheel wright and jobbing : est prices ; Mertore ( ad- arette. Williamstew, Vt. t.'tS TO RFNT Vscum deaatrs; Tb E!ertr Store. l4Elai street. I4tf DANCING LESSONS Private imtructlo by arooietment : call at 172 Mai se-wt. 'phone 144-M : Mar Quislsn. tS"lf Only Once in a Lifetime wneralty dee tn bey a aneeiumeet. aestre the twistaai ef bem oseeedingty carefal. : W lsv weer twenty-five years' expert- ; etire 1 this lip ef tsasiass. J. O. BILODEAU & CO. INC ! arre. v 1 Thone. rV SiS-W. Raaiewe 7-X j - ' ' " ' r-- 1 41 I HAROLD LLOYD IS COMING tO BAKRE AGENTS WANTED TOF It dPPORTl'NITY to be Independent end prosperous. Become ssir spertai rerw esretative. seil gvoos la eoaetant demand : rarticolaes free. THE BACORN f t'w- PANV. Elmira, N. T. tl I ROOMS TO RENT TO RENT Steam heated room at No. 1 Spaiilding rtreet, St FI'RNISHFD ROOMS TO RENT For ligh hooukeenine : also one large single rorm IiKiuir at 44 Long sweet. t3tt THONE 1C0 CUTLER BRO.'S LIVERY WHEN IN NEED OF A PUBUC SURREY MEETS ALL TRAINS WOOLEN CLOTH l ee v! the Tamily at M TI PrVs. AH vV'eoi &iur.g for Me and Boys. New a4r ta gnon foe Sr-rirg fee W i.i, 9 aad t.irl. Twe.rts ta the I tt Ceira rtte wa for Free Sms-''- ECONOMY MILLS 11 Sa. Liacwi Sv. lex). N. H. I Z parttcoiara free. 1 Hi. BAIUR.H (MH-I PANV. Elmira, N. T. W j dJ Your Farm E s-sws te Date j Studebnkcr Farm Wagons Last a Lifetime They cost vou no more t'nan other Because We oil' in carload q iia n'it ie, MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. C. Telephone 14. Orange C. Tslcphtml ' Haw Sld Over ttJOOQ Fs No besw W sed as wwsl ilw I'm. Yes swe ssesr i' 1 sliaawsssnsseen - u E. A Strout Farm Agency C sra-e Wifb i. J. UttHM R. Agssat. Heess4 Tsbibsss a sWwa, T FEATURE NO 5 of JoW Deere Spreader " The apma c the Deere Sr"4e Is ed trisaely simM. an la eats ay nsen. It vt pted eteel i-. which snea r svrvaaing ee sojnrs evt ite the re-nre "4 r ins. ear W tag. Semair. P irvitiM ie a pent 4 rsr-Het f drr.ee red f --ws te a. i I 7 c ap,-o rtrrM :e or s fe. er'br h .i ee e-ea. a- troref avws ru aaaea t .. bvt at-esads e' aier ail eose:tc. Hatch for tea r ha r t pen ittrv m N. C Teierbesv 141. OraBgs Cl Teaek'