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;THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT.. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 101
Y ABOUT THE STATE luppeaiBg of Interact fra Difereat ScctiMK. The Baptist church of Manchester r.ntsr ha ei-tended a call to Rev. J, Ale Donald of Readsboro to become . its pastor. TheTer" between New York and Montreal last Monday had 18 newiy ,aaA ommlr nn hoard when it reached Burlington.;; .' , , 7 Attorney William H. Preston of Fait Haven has announced hia candidacy tor the office of representative to Con gress from the first district. Rutland' tax rate has teen in creased 20 cents making it now $3. The increase is due to the raising of the state tax from 20 cents to 40 cents.. . When the railing 'in front of E. H. Hemenway's store in Manchester gave way Saturday, K. S. Perkins, who was leaning against it, was thrown back ward to the sidewalk, a distance of four feet. Last Saturday and Sunday Hotel Melendy at Jeffersonville ' was filled with transients who could not reach their destinations because of the dam age done to roads and bridges by the heavy rains. Prof. George W. Cherrie of New fan, the naturalist, who -makes long trips into the heart of South America far the American Museum of Natural Histor of New York, has left for that country again. His last trip was shortened by his being accidentally shot in one arm, which nearly cost hint his life, and he returns to take up work where he left it at that time. Leonard Lampman, employed in th Central Vermont machine shops at St. Albans, was seriously injured Tuesday mojwng when a tank of oxygen used in connection with the acetylene weld ing machine, with which he was work ing, exploded. The accident occurred while he was taking out an empty tank and replacing it with a new one. Charles TietbohL an engineer on the Central Vermont railway, was severely burned about the face when a steam hose which he was using blew off from the boiler, allowing a burst of steam to escape. The accident happened be tween St. Johns and Armand, Quebec, and he was given first aid treatment at St. Johns and then brought on to St. Albans. !; MISERABLE FOB H'JOHS "Fruil-a-tlvss" Postered K:r Stre: v.i Vitelilj MoUtTONVIULB, Carroix Co., N. H. ' "I was all run down and work w burdensome owing to Indigestion, and gas on my stomach which caused me to belch a good deal. My heart seemed to be affected. Jt was two years ago that I was in this condition and began the nse of "Fruit-a-tives'V which proved the very remedy I required. I was freed of the Indigestion, which I attributed to my heart; and I can conscien tiously recommend 'Truit-a-tiyes' the great Fruit Medicine". Mrs. FRANK W. WALLAQE. 60c a box, 6 for $2.00, trial aue 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TI VES Limited, OGDENSBURO, N.T. A wedding performed in SpringriViJ, Mass., March 2 by Rev. O. ,T. Fletcher has just been announced, the groom be ing Harlan Howe Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Harris, now of Keene, N. H., but formerly of Stowe, and Miss Elizabeth Winthrop Hun ne well of Keene. Mr. Harris is a graduate of the Stowe high school and served over seas in the World war. Leon M. Lyons of -Guilford was hooked in the right eye by a cow which he was watering Friday after noon. As the cow wag drinking from a pail, Lyona stooped down to- brush a fly trom one oi ner legs, one uueiuy raised her head and a horn pierced the nesn unaer me eye, yrnrunLinK w mc eyeball. He was taken to a hospital .in Greenfield, Mas. and it ia hoped the sight of the eye may he aaved. meeting: Highway department, Roland R. Stevena and George L. Dunham: state institutions, Walter F. Scott and Frank E. Barber j military department, Rnninmin C.nien -and F. K. Barbel: health department, John E. Week and F. E. Barber: department of justice, R. E. Stevens and Benjamin Williams; B(Trirnltiirl department. Beniamin Gates and W. H. Dyer; sergeant-at-arms and secretary of state, Messrs. Gates and Dyer; executive department, Afpura Dunham and Stevens: educa tion and libraries, Messrs. Stevens and Williams; taxes, insurance and bank examiner, Messrs. Scott and Williams; industries and public service commis sion, Messrs. Barber and Stevens ; fish and game, unorganized and miscclla nponH Messrs. Scott and 'Dyer; chari ties and probation, Messrs. Steven and Dyer; treasurer, auditor ana purcnas ing department, Messrs. Williams and Stevens; state beneficiaries, budget safety fund, legislative expense ana printing, Messrs. scow ana iunnam. MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS. Here for a Three Months9 Stay I Cssyr ' 1 . At a reception tendered a few eve nings ago to the new pastor of the Rutland Congregational church, Rev. Edward C Boynton, Henry F, Field, senior deacon of the church, was pre sented a handsome silver loving cup, rm which was the following inscription, "Permanent pastor of the Congrega - tional church and society." For more i than two generations Mr. Field is said to have fceen the guiding spirit of the f chorea, ' "never a dictator, always a wise and kindly councillor," so that he has been termed the church's "per manent pastor." . Rational Education Association. Identification certificates of mem bership for one and one-half railroad fares to the great annual meeting of the X. F A. in Boston. July 2 to8, are rapidly being issued by the sate director, Caroline 8. Woodruff. This 5s an indication not only that Ver mont has 'a rapidly increasing mem bership in the N. E. A., but that Ver mont teachers recognire the great pro fessional etimulus given by attend ance upon this representative conven tion. Requests from now on. either for rertiflegte or for reservation of piste r at th Vermont luncheon held at Hotel , . Brunswick July 4, may be sent to St. ' JohnAury instead of Castleton. Luncheon tickets reserved, will he found at Vermont, headquarters at Ho tel Brunswick after July 1. Fish and Game Law Violations. Warden L. C Rich of Canaan re ports that Deputy Sheriff John Fulsom arrested Bert (A. E.) Gallup of Gal lup'e Mills in Victory on March 17 for having venison and that the vim has just been settled. Gallup was takl en before Judge E. T. Brown in Lun enburg and fined $100 and costs of 20.30, of which he paid $70-30, the rest of the fin heing suspended. He had a hunting license. Warden Rich was assisted in the case by George Chaffee and GeorpeScott. Warden H. A. Booth of Verpenne has reported to tbes state fish and game comasisaioDer that he anesled Verne Dimond of White River Junc tion on June 17 for fishing without a license. He was taken before Justice J. V. Gilbert in White River -function and fined ti.) and costs of J1..V1. SPECIAL INVESTIGATORS For Various Departments of State Gov ernment Named. Governor James Hartne made pub lic yesterday the following a.eiswment. for investigation of the several de partments of the state government as provided by a resolution pa'l by the state hudpet cotnmitlee at a recent The talk of .all New England the prcat de mand for the Boston Sun day Globe. Order next Sunday's Globe in ad vance. i , . FY H. Brown Hurt When He Tried to . Shut Rear Door. F. H, Brown was taken to Heaton hospital with cuts and bruises on the head following the ditching of a car driven by R. L. Hackwell of Mont pelier in Eden on June 19, according to a report to the secretary of state. The accident occurred when Mr. Hackwell reached out to shut a rear door and the car skidded. Christopher Stedman of Stonybrook, Mass, was bruised in a collision be tween cars driven by wniiam Har butt of Putney and H. Rabideau of Brattleboro on June 15. A bus belonging to the Swanton Mo tor company killed a dog in St. Al bans on June 20, ' hxr . J. t P. Hooker of Wells River was ditched and ran into a fence on June 15 in Barnard when a weak spring broke, doing $75 damage to the car. Cars driven by Joseph Bushey of Lebanon, "X. H., and Guy Brouillette of White River Junction collided on June 14. Daniel F. Andrews of North Wolcott struck the back of a' car driven by L,.Lv..Wiggin of Seodan, Me., doing my - a ' No Hot Water for theToilet and Bath1 TheMaidwentout, so did the Coal Fire Let us tell you how this annoyance can be cut out and real hot water service enjoyed in your home. Use gas-heated water. At little expense attach a RUUD Tank Water Heater to your range boiler, apply a match, turn the valve and in a few minutes you have a piping-hot supply. The little heater is equipped with long copper coil and a quick-actin g burner, which heats the water promptly and in ample quantities for every purpose. ' device is a wonder for quick remits and will save you time, la bor a a 4 money. Write us to day e-r riiJt our show. roots for details. 140 No. Main St, Ha ire. BARRE GAS CO., about $75 damage to the other car oa June 12. Fred Myers of South Khaftsbirry reports that he stopped his car behind others near ft wrecked ear In nttaneid, Mass.. on June 18 and that another ear struck the rear of his car doing $100 damage. Percy E. Abare of Randolph esti mates that $100 damage was done to his car in a collision with Edward P. Martell of Braintree on June 1 in Randolph. He was biided bj the lights of the other car and tipped over. Dam age to the other car was about $i00 according to the report. J. Holmes Jackson, mayor of Bur lington, reports his first accident in twenty years' experience, stating that his car atruek ft car owned by Harry Holden of Burlington on June 17. The Holden car was parked. A heavy rain was falling "and the road was oily. s11 , Suspicion Well Founded. Young wifs (to aympathetic neigh bor! 1 fear my husband is thoroughly imbued with the gambling spirit. , S. neighbor Dear me I What makes you think that? Young wife I said to him yesterday Did you go and see Dr. Thompson 7" "No," he replied. "Thompson's sign read 11 to 2 while Dr. Smithes said 10 to 1, so I chose the one who gave the best odds." Cincinnati Enquirer, 1 If Bsck Hurts or Blsdder Botharsj nonE r.;rxEY and a BETTER POSITION Qualify as an automobile expert in our complete day and evening courses. Thorough instruction for Owners, Chauffeurs, Salesmen and Repairmen, covering operation, upkeep and repair of pleasure cars and trucks. Special Course la Acetylene Welding, Starting, Lighting, Ignition, and Battery Repair Courses lasting from 4 to 20 weeks Daily 9 to 4, except Saturdays and Sundays Evenings 7 to 9 New Classes in all Courses start every four weeks beginning June 19 i Oldest Automobile School la) America Over 20,000 Graduates) Complete, modern equipment : expert teach, crs ; Individual Instruction. We will locate a flood boardinf and rooming place tor you. Writ for illustrated catalog giving complete information Y. II C. A. AUTO SCHOOL rtJIaMsMlsrtlwartMaslwr 316 Huntington Atin Boston, Kits. EST4TB Or PERSIA BATCBELbEftV State of Vermont. Dtatrfct of Washington, as, Th honorable pro eawrt for tho trfet aforoMid. to all awrsMM launatoa in Three Lines for 25c Tho Tlmos will publish Wants, tost and Found. For Sl. To Ltt. ete.onort sa- Al .4- .A .L J IllMA i llnM SOT (cmifRir- m w ....... - - . iity-fl cents for tho flmt Insertion an ten csnts for tach aubseqntnt Insertion. FARMS FOR SALE 20.C6W"FARM FOR BALE Attack and tool; write for partkualM to "Owwr. cam rimes omcp. , . FARM FOR SALE With or without person nt th bast farm on Baptist trrt. Wllliamstown ; for further partkmlara Inquire of M. J. McLean, V:l- 1.. .4nn V . aJtli' FOR SALE Six room houao. SV acesa of land on main road to Wililamatown, i t-4 miJn from Barra Citr : about 1 l- 'f" rlantrd to baana. 140 hens, aronnd J50 rhicka; horao; two buairlee, sUteh, two driv hut hariwaa. on aa good as now : ona Jr- k.if.. t,t,mn in Tlrr 't)hon 22 '-I Urn .Vt. , t FOR sXlE Viliaaw fa M ", "iillea , w ....);. . Tnh n ; F HMiiamin. tt.rn T.L 1MS-R. 73tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE All kinds 'of real estate; fsrma. alf ir.a and locations; Tillage properties, all kinds; stores, feed and saw mills ; a granite quar ry, close R. R. ; call ami see usi write or telephone what you want If rw mean bja. raeaa; we can sure show jaa the eaods ; prices) snd terms right A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, Agents; Marshfield, Vt. "i'iH FOR 8ALE Located about two miles- from Barre City. 1 acres of flns early soil with early fruit orchard; strawberry patch with long nhtnU. to beay next year; iiand e. peeially adapted for truck Burdening-. Build fnr. iMwkt nf room cottaae. in natural flninh, hardwood floors, never failing spring water. This property foe -immediate alo at low cash price; write to "XYZ," ear of Ttmee office. ' tt SNUG HOME Just Outside House, bam and two acres of aood land mm!, am nd anebafi miles from the eity ; ki.fMtaira mm eond. havine been built for a the estate of Fersai Batchelder, late or . home. Six rooms in house, vitn some nsm Town of Barre, ia said district, deceased, J wood floors ; some fruit. Pnee U,M.OO roTVTIMR. I rlh m niviwllt fvf I&ftO.Att down; BOdd WHF.nV.AB aaU eonrt hse asehmed the I hen hnuae for A tn M hens. We trill be 2Stb ear of June next for examining and I piesyied a shew this to you. allowing the account of the administrator f at tsar estate of said deceased and for a! earn, af W Maulue of said estate to the I lawful claimants of the same. and ordered that public notice thereof 'f ,"JT green to all persona mterwMee) n esui anra j fl by publaihlng that order three werka sueees 1 H arrety previous to the day aassgiied. ia the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper puoiisnea at City of Barre. in aald district. THEREFORE. yo are hereby notified te appear at the probate office in Mont pelier. ia said district, on the day as signed, the end there to contest the allow ance of sid account If you see cause, and to establish your rieht aa heirs, legatee and lawful claimants to eeld residue. Gives) s niter tqy band, this Sth day of June. 1S22. . , FRAKK J. MARTTN, Judge. JoneS-1,1-21 ' ' ' . l'I.1 1 1 I.U.l.VflD vl .ill C0XMISS10NEKSr H0TICX Be careful what you take for yowr Kid ney. Bladder or Urinary trouble. R member that Dr. Carey's PRiaCRirTlON NO. n't ia absolutely free from dareeroua druse and has had 60 years re success or money back oa large bottle. The Red Cross and alf good drnggista hare h. Adv. S5r Olissifioi Oolumns Offers an Inexpensive e Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent r-cn s Try An Adv. in Tf SM is Times aa.. ........ --' ' Roal Estate and Personal Property at Auction As I im leaving the state will sell at public aifction to the highest bid der oa the premie's is Williamstown, on . Friday, June 23, -10 o'clock is the forenoon, about two and one-half miles from Williumstown vilUpe, jut off the roam road to Williamstown jrulf. about one half mile- from the F. Martin farm, the following described real estate: MY HOME FARM containing 06 acres, suitably divided; two-tory house and nearly new barn; this farm ia a good producer and will raise any kind of crops grown in this section; have secral aorea in rop this season, including seven acres of com, four acres oats, one acre pots toes, quarter acre beans; also The Raynolds Farm of 130 Acres adjoining the above; on this farm is some . excellent tillage, pasture and large amount of lumber estimated at nearly 00,000 ft; near sawmill; crops now in are three acres oat, one acre corn, potatoes and beans. This farm will be sold separately if desired. 19 Head of Stock of which 11 head are registered Jer seys, ten cows now fresh, two to fresh en at about time of sale, registered (Jersey bull. 4 head of young stock and 2 calves. This stock will be sold sub ject to teat. Also 40 hens, 75 chickens, pr. horses, young and in good oondi jtion; 1 pig. Household Furniture Leather couch, organ, sideboard, din ing table, ice box, clock, brass beds, Crawford ranee and beater, carpets, bedding, etc.. dihea of all kinds, glass ware, etc., sewing machine, oil stove, wash boiler, tub, etc., chairs, tables, mirrors. Tools New gasoline engine, H. P.; In ternational ensilage rtttter and rarrwf, drag and circular saw rigs. 2 plows, p:ng tooth and spike tooth harrow. 2 mowing machines, horse rake, tedder, two hnrs weerler, two horse cultivator, horse hoe, feed grinder, corn sheiler, com planter, two hore lumber wagoa. one hra lumber wagnn, biigcy, b"b led, to ose knrae- hd, pung, driv ing sleigh, two separators, one new; I chwn. 2 40-t. cans, cream coilev, hamee, farm tn-k, kit of black smith tools, im-hj4:rg anvils, he!t, quantity of carpenter's tvl. sugaring tools. M. sawe-d lumber, 2 kegs na.H, te lerHeme iBtrament. Term at time of sale Lun.-h at o. FrHjty, Jaae 23. at 10 VI -.. LK WIS SASSI, Owner. 1. A. riERT. Artrs-tT. ESTATE Or MART A. DICKCf. The qndervigned. having been aoromted by the honorable probate court for the district of Randolph, eomraiasioaers. to rereive, ea amiae. and adjust the claims and denuada of ail sjersona araitut the estate of Mary A. Dickey. late of WashincUm. in said district, deceased, and ail claims exhibited tn offiet thereto, herebr gWe notice that we will meet foe the purpose aforesaid. the Tow a Clerk's offleo. tn the towa of Washlturton, Vt.. In said district on the 21th day of June and 22nd day of November, nest froaa X e'eleelt o. m.. aatU S o'eloe m., on each of said daya and that ais months from the 23rd dav of Kay. A. D. IK, is the time limited by said court fee eahf creditor te present their claims to ds for examination and allowance. Date at Waehinaton. Vt this tat day of June, A, V. vti. MARTTN W. fHAMBKRI-IN, . AUSTIN L. PATTERSON. Com anas loner. JuneS-ls-21 GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS Esteblisbed J8M The Square Deal Place Representing the forkering Fiance Rehnlng Cmersoa Leater Milton Est-tUSt Est 1847 Rst 1H.2 Est. WH Ask for booh of a thounsnd references. No. it Spenldins St.. 'Pboos TIll-W BAKRE. VT. Flora Jones, D. C, Ph. C. Palmer Chiropractor , At the GAGE GAC erBo. 4 to 6 p. m. Monday, Wedneeday- Friday. Thone Barra 0fi2-Tv. Rea. Montpelier, 329 TV COMMISSIONERS' K0TICK EST A. Tat OF CHARLES H. CAMPREI.L. The ndersigned, henna heea appointed Vy the hoCMrable Brebata court for the diatrieg of Washington, commissioners, te receive, examine, and adjust the claims sod demands of alt iseraueia araanst the estate of Charles H. Campbell, late of Old Orchard. Maine, tn said district, deceased, and ail claims exhibud in offset thereto, hereby aive notice that we will meet for the guroose aforesaid, at the offlre of the Til den Shoe Co., m th City of Barre, in said district on the 12th day of July' and 12th day of December next from eclorb a. m.. until e'elerk pi m., aw each of said daya and that six month from the Itb day of .'uae, A. D. 113. is the time Hmited by said court for said creditor te preaees their claims to us for examination and e'leoraara. Dated at Citv of Barre this 21st day of June, A t nl. ARTHUR C. T1I.DEN, FR.4KK V, SMALL. Commissionera. June22-2-Julr ESTATE OF HELEN M. FOWLER. State of Vermont, Diatrict of Waahinrton, aa. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested ia the estste of Helen M. Fowler, late of Worcester. M awar besets. In said district, deceejl. G RESTING WHKREAa said eonrt has aeaivned the 14th day of July next for examining and allowing the aeconat of the trustee cf a fund created by the last will and tcs'ament of ssid 'Heleai M. Fowler, and ordered that public notiea thereof be STiren te ail per sons interested in said eetata by pubiiahlnir this order three weeks successive ly preemue so the der assianed. ia the Parrs Daily Times, a newspaper pus ashed at rity of Barre, in said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified ts appear at the probate office tn MnsW pelier in a id district, en the day assiraed, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause and ts establish your ria-ht aa beir. lee-steee and lawful c lei man at te said reaidae. Given under my hand, thai list day of June. 1922. FRANK i. MARTTN. Jndg. June22-IJuly DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office tn Room iS. Hflat Building Telephone Coaaectiot) OFFICE HOURS i fa. nv t 1 m. and 1 ri) te 4 p. at. Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and Fridsy HOUSES FOR SALE TliE' COTTAGE HOUSE at 21 Camp street being vaoant. will sell or rent to naht party : JEdlth.Crr. JWi-M; Sitf O'wTnq TO ILL HEALTH I wish to my house and ham and 2 .acre of land at Northfleld Fall i Bdwara v. Northfleld Falla. Vt. 1J1L. FOR SALBTli 15. A. Prlndla house at 85 Kekh avenue, earner Summer Keith avenue "4M HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT A cotUge at 82 Brook street i hot . . .1 , likv f.n.i. - In e-flod conditHon; also 2 small flat tit 3 Foster street i-inquire oi Mrs. iu v. muuwi""-". phone 1.0. - itt TO RENt'-Teneinent of T rooms on Church street; vaoant July ist apply C. W. Averill, Barre. . TO RENT 8-room cottage bouse s electric ith. ..j . hat and set washtubs; will be vacant July i: D,r at 4U WsDle Aye. - T0RiJT--)-room modern tenement, dowu - stairs ; vacant July ll 70 Brook St. 81tf TO RENT 6-room tenement on Maple Ave.,' 8 room and 4 room on Seminary street, a room on West ratterson sot fnr n.i4Uil. mnA nrlw. rail at OUT of' flee, Worthen block. McAllister Kent. 66tf TO RENT R-room tenement on Camp street. Mm. Edith M. Cerr. Tel. 862-ltL 4tf UPSTAIRS TENEMENT TO RENT For a amall family ; all modern convenience and large garden ; jpply 4 Merchant , 8. JOtt TO" RENT Teitamewt of" 8" rooms with mod ern Improvement, on ground floor: va cant June 8th. at I Pleasant streets L; Densmore.' FOR" RENT Two very dealrabie apartment In the Park theatre building, all modern! apply to A. B. Carter. Mgr. TO RENT Five room downstairs tenement, with electric lights and bath, cellar, barn privilege and good garden ; situated at 14 Clark St., telephone 68-R or inquire at 11-12 Rowland Bide-. SH FOR RENT 8-room cottage house, on Third atVaatt Wtj-h. llehta ! John F. Beniamin. Tel. 105-R. Wtf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Capable girl for general housework,- Mrs. L. A. Perkins, 14 Majlewood Terrace, White . River Junction., Vt. 84tf WANTED AT ONCE A middle aged lady a housekeeper on email farm ; write to Willard Dailey. Adamant. Vt Norwe,rian Lutheran Hospital School of Nursincr Brooklyn, N. V. Registered. Minimum requirement 1 r. of Hir.h School. Course 2 yrs.. 4 mo. Standard curriculum. Limited enrollment. Information on request. 4th Ave. 46th Street, Addreas Princi;! WANTED IMMEDIATELY Woman mit cook and two wattreer at tne t,nna Uvern, WUmington, Vfc. 8st8 MEAT COOK WANTED AT ONCE- Ad- dress "K. C." Time office. 7Stf MEAT . COO K . WANTED AT ONCE At Keller's V. D. restaurs nt, St. Albans, Vt . , W AN"fED Young woman to enter Barre City hospital training school to train to become nurses: apply to th superintendent at the hospital. 18TU HELP WANTED MALE HELP WANTED Six ton breaker, men accustomed breakina- stone for crusher work ; 14.68 per eight hour dv ; steady work : Kspailo Mfg. Co., Fwher ave., Tneka- hoe. K. Y. 84tSeod CARPENTERS WANTED At Montoelie'r; H. P. Camming Construction Co., Lan: don street. -?JU CAN-USE"FOUR YOUNG MEN-for Im portant apecial work ; must come well reeemmended ; nationally advertised eoneem : permanent position, with a future; write to "F. C." care Barra Time. C2t3 MAN FOR GENERAL FARM WORK No milkine: ahvo teamster to drive team on stone job; have tenement house or would board; B. F. Ns ram ore. Will wow town, Vt. Mt W'ANTED Man to work on farm; apply to Mr. (. H. rttkin, Montpelier jun.-mn. 'phone 2n6-M. 78tf WANTED Manseer for Vermont; active Agents in every town and eity; experience not necessary : good pay : fine onenin- for f pare time work; The Fraternities. Rich mond, Maine-. 78U2. WANTED--A ainale man on farm, one who under tends th work and team : snn'v to H. W. Bona. Williamstown. Vt R. F. 1). 1. T8tf FOR SALE FOR SALE 4 female fra founds, 3 month old, from good hunting stock, price 85.00 each; Gabriel Gome, Northlieid. Vt., Gen eral delivery. 8418 FORSAI.E--An ft mot. old whit 'French poodle: TV1.1S4-W. 84tf FbR"SALjPair , "work ho'rscii, 700 IDs. work harness. 1 rwir one lieem sleds, all kinds of logging chains, cant hooks, axes and r.ros. cut saws, 4 .Jersey cow, 3 freshened, one due, to freshen in ! weeks, three-ycsr-old Morgan, driving 'colt, De La val separator, ileering mowing machine: Teh 898-2. 4t8 FARMERS Almost haying, don't fool with a cheap separator. Buy a Do Laval. Wa have them in stock. Take one home on trie). If not satisfied bring it bnk. Call for terms and price. A. R, BatcheJiler, Plainfleld, Vt. : . . ,-'" fjt3 FOR. SALE - Mahogany Javenpurt, Leurooin seta, ' round and square dining tables, ehsirs, rockers, iron beds, sprin.es, kitchen cabinets, etc; Abnun Fine, 18 Granite St. tU6 FOR SALE 1 practically new Crawford ran ye, 2 Magee ran ires, 2 Qoaker ranges, alse GJenwood ranges for wood; Abram Fine, 18 Granite street. -.; '- 8tli FOR SALE Stonilinst grass on Kelto'avaT; apply- to Mrs. Edna L. Worthen. Keith av. - , 82t2 FOR SALE Softwood slabs. 82.TS a run! Tel. 244-6. (;t8 HEMSTI'TCHING AND PICOflNa"' AT TACHMENT. Fits any sewing machine; prlee- $2; Personal chc-tka, lOe extra. Bridgman Sales Agency, Box 881, Buffalo. N. Y. 8H9 OUft ANNUAL LfrfEROF PUREBRED HOUND PUPPIES ARE AGAIN READY FOR SALE If you- are- looking for some thing of exceptionally fine quality for trail ing rabbit and foxes you had better se cure one of these punpiea ; Leland Lit tle Plainfleld. Vt., 'phone 886-8. 79t5 MODERN GLENWOOD F KITCHEN RANGE FOR SALE-rln fine condition : ean be seen at 7 French street. 77 tf FOR 8ALEbn time orcash, practically new upright Wellington piano; price cheep if taken at once; address "Piano," 13.1 Loom is street. Bnrllngton.Vt. 78tl0 HARD AND SOFT WOOD SLABS AT I-- Also last block wood, at 14:28 ; Sam GouTrt, Tel. 407-R. 72t28 FOR SALE Blacksmith and woodwork shop combined. For particulars inquire of R. Whltehill. South Ryegate, Vt 7utl7 PERCALE REMNANTS Light colors, assorted Patterns, 8-4 to 8 yds, pieces. 8 lb. Bundle about 18 yds. 81.75 oast paid.- ' Walter Scott, 171 South Lincoln St, Keen, N. H. CLAPBOARDS FOR SALE ALL SIZ ES NOW ON HAND; COMOLLI CO.. TEL. 411-M, BARRE. 28tt fHRE"OiHTLY USED PHONOGRAPHS FOR SALE at bargain price: also on piano, used only about six weeks: also on player pianos Lamorey Clothln: Co., Barre. -'" ' 19tf PIANO BOXES FOR-SALE A. A. ta tunny, itti PATNTERS. ATTENTION A good set of Mark, ropes, hook and creeper for out side wall staging; cheap; H. W. Scott, Over. seer. 8tf WOO'rT'FbR SATENo71 selectid eld growth body block wood, on lot or de livered. Tel. 105-J. ltf FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monuments : htfshtens Bp the lettr-ing and makes the whole mono, ment look clean and new: arusranteed; nrlc en application; Jame Sullivan, 114 Park street- Barre, Vt. lt AUTOMOBILES DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAM BLANCHARD BLB& Thonest OfBc. T8-Wj Rejiorne, 708-f TEL, OFFICE (28-M. RESIDENCE. C4S-M COLLECTIONS EDWARD C DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BLOCC ARJUL vt. WOTARY FUBUO DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Specializirtfr in tie Disease of th Skia and Caiscer. Office Houra 10 to 19 . aa. and 1 to J p. m. daily. Wedaeadar and Faturdsy Evenlag. Tbona 799-R, Boom t Jftles Granite) Building, Parre, Vt. Household Furniture at Auction As we are leaving the city, will sell at auction to the highest balder on Monday, June 2fi, at 1 o'clock ia th aftemccn, on the premise at So. 103 v)'hinwtofi atreet. the follow ing article of hoitae hold furniture: Sunny (i ten woo J St.ne JCo. 4110. bureau, troa) beds ani aprinpi. 4 piee mahofTiny set, Ojjj r,iB. rockers, sideboard, rhiaa closet, aeveral rliair. lot of Ure mrtains, tables, rkx-la, ire chest, tero pa atnve, kitchen table and rhaurs. Florersre il stove, nicker lamp. t carpet sweepers, dishew, etc-, and many other article. Term at time of sale. 10.1 Vashirf ton street, Monday, June .1, at on o'tbxk. A. CASPESELLO, Owaer. D. A- PERRT, Auctioneer. PERRY & N00NAN WEXCFXLEO FUNERAL FURXISHrVGS Hospital Ambniaae Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Pepot Smare. Barre. Te). Conner Hon. V. 8-W Surrey and Auto Hire Transient and Limited Livery Service James McGlaflin, Mffr., Formerly Cutler Bros. Livery Tel. 160 GRANITE CUTTERS. QUAR RY WORKERS. POLISHERS. TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS, TAKE NOTICE LABOR TROUBLE IN BARRE, VT.. AND VICINITY AT PRESENT WANTED A GIRL 18 rears of ass would like a po sition doing housework; 'phone 179-K. 84t6 WANTED TO BUY 8 er cords of hemlock bsrk; ddree F. A. Gale, Barre, Vt.. R. F. D.4. Mt6 GIRL WANTS POSrTlONdoing light house work n small fsmilr: Tel. 101-jl. 8iit3 WANTFD Work ss ftrrman : ui "re r.n hoiler ; can also care for steam envines ; answer to "M.M care Barre Time. 8St4 WANTFr-By a midifl ed larfy, position as a housekeeper or in a smsll fsmily ; sd dreae 8.4 Barre street, Montpelier, Vt. ?2tS WANT TO Binr A PIANO Address lies 118, f abot. Vt. fit8 WANTED f mall-helt compressor, 15 "to 400 feet: Jouea Bros. Co. TTtf CASH PAII FOR STRICTLY FRESH Fr.C5 City Bskery,Ilsrr. fltf W ANTFD-A good round' htosn"boet-must he in rood ' condiBtoai and price reasona- hie: address "M. E. G.. Times offlee. 84tf FOR SALE Dodire roadster, jnt over hauled and painted: will scriflc; slso 1017 Harler Davidson motorevcl'J ; John O'Crady, Roxbury, Vt Mt8 FOR SALE--A192r Ford "Sedan : reBstered this rear; in perfect mechanical condition. Body and upholstery as ood aa new ; a II new tires, one snare. Bumper, motorrneter. sun visor, la nee wheel, speedometer. All for 8528-00 i inquire of "A. C. M," are of Tm,es office. (!3tS FOR SALE 1922 8 passenwer Ford touring, registered this year; driven 1500 mill : has speedometer, dash lierht. tvump-r. sr-aie tire, shock absorbers and epot light ; price 800.00 inquire hy letter of "G. H." eare Barre Time. ; .J?? FOR SALE Ford H-ton truck, eood ron. dition; Inquire H. C. Haynes, Barre, Vt., R. f0. 4. Tet 9-S. People. T9t8 FOB SA'LE 4 "cylinder Overland car, in first-class condition, already licensed. Bill trade for cattle or hoas: come and see csr at Joe H. Neaia. Pekin. Calais. Vt. ?9t8 FOR SALE Liberty si touring csr, with Rd Real Continental motor: run rnl 4.800 mHe:28 Bovce St. TeK JSlK WILL SELL AT SACRIFICE FOR CASIi 1921. 4 cyl. O!dnobile; answer by letter to Boxjni.Montpeiler; ; Mtf FOR SALE Cadillac 8. in flrst class con. dition, new top and overhauled : also Hud son touring car; Overland roadster and Ford conoe : all in running condition : call for demontrarlon ; price right ; False rarsee. Tel. 77n. 8 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE -Two cewa. on Jersey, Just freshened, C years old; one Giermey row. 8 year old to freshen by July 1 : tl.es eows are tuberculin tested and right in ev ery waj; Theo Thygeasen,So. Earre. 3t4 COW'FOR "SALE Due" to freshen June" 1 r snply John Salter, Blacksmith, Feet Bart. . FOR SALE-Rristercd Jersey bulls fni 4 mis. to 14 moo.: th best of breeding: U. S. accredited herd. Also on light farm wairon body and hayrack One 2-hor electric motor, sinele phase, used 4 weeks : R. E. floekms, Cabot, Vt. 8t6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT Furnwhed dinineroom, e!l equroped and centrally located; will ac-neiinio-iate 40 boarder : inquire at 37 Jf- fcr-cm street, 'phone 814-J. MtS WE ALWAYS HaVE Jest what r are looking for la the I trie nf Jewelry, silverware, rut glare, etc. Ah Our watrh aad dock repair week war anteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ?4 ELM rnucET SOLE A CENT FOR 'BOSTON AMERICAN" CADILLAC LIVERY Trip be tha mile, koar or dar. Reasonable rate. I. N. HOUSTON, TEL. 612-J YJ Your Farm Hi-x LONG DISTANCE MOVING Chaa. M. Leth Pietrihsitor. packer end shipper. Femitiire and piano moving with derrick equipment ; all wnrk guar anteed : 88 Merchant street. TeL 838-W. 82 ti LAV-NMOWrRR"SHARPENFDAND"KE: PAIRED CalM fnr and deilveM : Granite City Tool C. Jel. 838-W. 4Itf DANCING LETiN PrtvsU hwtroctie hy ar-eninrmeot : cH st IT1 Maia trm. phone 844-W ; h!riOuilan. lSStf TO RFNT Vscuuni cleaners; Th Electric Store. 14 E!m street t44tf POULTRY AND EGGS FOR8Al.Efevee) buff orpineton hena, on cork bird : also well ronetntrted benheu.. mt 11 Park street Tel. 7-R 4t CCX K F.KF.LS " Vsiorooe White leHwri 18 ,,. eld; 88- Hmited srooont; wrrte to 'praiery," rs ne Parr Time. :tl FOR SALE About rear line hetva. ae- rona and black Isgbnree, good layers ; si n a few hrosiem ; Theo Th gtseen, So. Barre. 8M4 SPRING CHICKFV 8e ."sU II 8. C. Iteede Wand Red yernr kv-na. reed hr-i-p; 8118 ewrh; piikieg ever: TH i-Y. . ja FOR SALE Rhode Island Red day eid chscVa. 1 e each ; eei ly t snore haw- : Un. H. J. Cerr. Tet M4-22. H A Good Rnke shcuH have a ti-el axle the entire lenewi o if cannot gap. Not the old style stuh axle that ie dumped by a wheel rthel and 8oon pets out of or der. A Good Rake should dump in tho renter with a dumping device that cannot pel out of order but will operate fully well in ail positions whether poinif straipht ahead or turning ripht or left hand corner. We want to show you a pood rake. Marsh-Allen Co. Oranpe -County Telephone. X. E. Telephone 1 JO. , A Deairable Crop. Vhy don't you raise eometliine n that vacant lot of yosir, corn or po tatoe. for inttnr?' "I am raimp p,od healthy eit:en." replied the owner proudly. "Don't y .u see thoe boy therep ying baseball?' Boston TranTir1. INSIST ! ! on ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTOX'S COLTON-S PLACE ff f'ss'e F'-- J r-'-r-, feres rat Ve Hewe SeU Ovw 100 Fa KaSNWaeMvevwnli amas s Mil sSaesswasei E. A. S trout Farm Agency J. i ""t Tn T. Ageaa, Hew1sl Ms Iii ii ii 8 km TV 1 LOST AND FOUND LAST - "TSiasissy. a iai4 Fwrs rp pen il : fr-Vr rhsue wrv- to tj eW. Ms8 frier f Tv-i- a ims. Ill eve Fe'is TecWhirSs. ,rmOfWa--lle. ! Feet Bsrre; f4-T pu eefjra te W. w Crwwbg', Eaet fsir: rewsre. s.ti LCT -- . hswk trarrltm ha he-eee Mehe4 sM rVarre : rivwe- iea In t Times e : rewar. "' FCJI VD-A ks s8 we- vh r:': w-..k name as) ee.ee: essw res rs ae'we ay aewnve t,. 1 te sM i -r r ,hs-gse. J. fere. street, t -' ROOMS TO RENT i TO r?..VTI?fc.r ""w r. . i 's-ye Vet w4 : r w : re; ef tv - iaa hsMwe. " J-wji si a. suss. ",X y Quick -Sc&iinq pision mrss When overhaul in .r, your car. All sizes in stock. H. G. Bennett, Barre Gara j.