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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, .VT., FRIDAY, JULY 7, . 1922.
- -4 : ABOUT THE STATE ' Happening; of Interact trow. Different Sectioat. V feioene. O. Bishop ha announced that he -will be a candidate for repre JntativK to the legislature from the tqn of Orwell. Mr. Biahop repre sented that town four years ago. iir. Blanger, a Bellowa Falls taxi driver, encased to carry a man over the mountain to Bennington a few nicht aso. and an unuleajsant eperi 'enre when at the very top of Peru Wuntain. Having reached that point th " man asked Blanker to stop a moment. which he did. and then look ing, around, found himself gazing into the barrel of a, revolver, tne man praer. ing him to hand over his money, w.hich he. did. He was then ordered to get out of the car, the man stating that he would co on with the oar leaving Blanger on the mountain. .After wme pleading on the part of the owtwr, his pasaenger agreed not to take the car and an agreement made that he should be carried on to Fair Haven, ; which Blanger did. After warning him against telling anyone of the oc ' currence, the man allowed Blanger to depart, thoroughly frightened and it was not until July 5 that' he repeated to anyone hfs experience, to many days having elapsed in the meantime that the Bellows Fall police had no clue v on which to work, .The hold-up man told Blanger that if he reported the ease or made any effort to find him be would be shot. ? RANDOLPH The Bethany guild held a very sue ressful afternoon social and meeting at the cottage of Mr and Mrs. H. A. Leon ard on Thursday afternoon. . There was a large attendance and the weath-j er waa ideal f for - the occasion. The j hostess made every effort to make the afternoon enjoyable, and there was a very happy time. Dr. John H. Miller, Mr. 'and Mrs. Q. F. Leland, Mrt and Mrs. Arthur Ice land, Mrs. Josid'H. Fay, Mrs. Nellie M. bmythe and J. 8. Week all mem ber of th committee to purchase a, Vinms inr th Pastern ' Ktflr .WAT in town on Thursday, looking over prop-j ert and went from here to Rutland and" vicinity to look for other places before making a definite purchase They came from Morriseville, where they also inspected property. . Mrs. Kov Clark of Worcester, Mass., has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. F, Tilson, since last Friday and Thursday left for her home. Mr. Julia Udall after visiting her son in Pike. N. H., and a sister in Mid dieses for several days, returned to her home on Thursday. Mrs. F. A. AUenborough of Hart ford. Conn., who with her little daugh ter has been here with her ps.rents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood, left on Thursday for 'their home. Mrs. Howard Holden, who has been critically ill at "he sanatorium, was much more comfortable on Thursday and hopes of her recovery were enter taiited. Mrs. Ella Johnson went to Pittefield on Thursday to visit friends and also for a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Averill, who were here from Claremont, . H., over the holiday, have returned to their home. PL AIRFIELD They will be here to-morrow. See them at the opera house. Who? "Too Many Crooks," a side-splitting come dy in three acts by the Nell Gill Play ers. Panring after the rlay.-adr. Arcadia, lodge, I. O. O. F., will ob serve the annual memorial day on Sun day, July , at M. E. church. The pub- lio and all members are urged to be present. Odd Fellows and RebekJh kindly meet at hall at 10 a. m. Per order X. O. ONE HUNDRED SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT OF . The Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company Montpelier, Vt, . July 1st 1922 col- RESOUTRCES Loans secured by First Mortgage.. . .$2,659,066.27 Loans personal and secured by lateral . . . . United States Bonds Public Utilities Bonds . Municipal Bonds ...... War Savings Stamps, , National Bank Stock . , Cash on hand and due from Reserve agents ......... Trust Investments 387,267.07 431,900.00 .183,000.00 797,900.00 832.00 38,600.00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock ............... ,$100,000.00 Surplus reserved 200,000.00 Undivided Profits $22,572.88 Trust Fund Guaranty .... 69,147.23 t 1 279,165.54 360,553.20 Deposits Treasurers' Checks Outstanding 95th Dividend i , Bills payable Trust Funds 9J.720.11 .4,223,966.90 . 7,044.77 . '5,000.00 . 150,000.00 , 360,553.20 RESOURCES Investments under terms of Trust $5,138,284.98 $5,138,284.93 ....- TRUST DEPARTMENT LIABILITIES Trust Funds held under order of Court and and Deposits in Banks $360,553.20 otherwise .$360,553.20 Three Lines for 25c Th Times will publish Wanta. Lost and Fennd. For Sal. To Let. etc. short adr Maement t the rate of thr linns for twenty- ve era for the 8 rat insertion and tea Mnts for eaek subsequent insertion. HOUSES TO RENT Money deposited on or before July 13 . will draw interest from July I TRUSTEES ' CHARLES F. LOWE, WILLIAM S. SMITH, DR. W. W. BROCK, W. H. MARTIN, D. K. LILL1E '" OFFICljRS 1 '' ' CHARLES F. LOWE, President W. W. BROCK, Vice-President WILLIAM S. SMITH, Treasurer . , "lARRISON'G. WOODRUFF, Secretary and Trust Officer JOHN T. AVERILL, Assistant Treasurer TeMoiifpelfer Savings Bnk 7fisf onjp4tjy A ittntpelienXhrnjonf. Depository Of The State Of Verrnom FARMS FOR SALE FOlTiSALE-bn of the best money-tnmklmr fiyrtu in Oraiura county. situated oo a tats road, 1 1-4 milea from village, having i fin high johool. This farm eonsista of 220 j acrea suitably divided : Ana set of buildings, j never failing water to houaa and barn: an J accredited herd of good producing cows ; priced reasonable: reason for selling, other business: for full particulars inquire of H. Eu Smith. JVMiamstown, Vt. ; FARM OF"! 00 ACRES FOR KAt.aV-l mile from Imrre, near Raymond Ueimer farm : one of the heat aet of buildings in town; new set of tool a : it bead of cattle; vill trade for small place; Peter Hondricknon, PlaittfieJd; Vt TelJ S8W. llB1 i FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE For a desira"- hle house in Barre. 6-acre larm. one-half mile frnm vi)ae. with or witho. stock : and toola; A. A. Lyndes. Mawlifield. Vt. FOlT SitE Village farmTtO acres. 4 miles from Montpelier; Jobn t. nenjamin. Barre. Tel. 105-R. ' . 7tf FOR RENT In Webeterville, a zooi 4-room tenement near postoffice; running water; if out of work, will take work for on year's rent; James Geake, East Barre, Tel. S84-8. . . 4tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE All kinds of real aetata: farm, all alaaa and locations i village properties, all kinds ; stores, feed and saw mills; a rranitn quar ry, close B R.j call and see us ; write or telephone what rea want If yea) mean bis iness ; we can sure show you the roods ; price qnd terms right . A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, Agents, Marshfield, Vt. TO RENT -room tenement, corner Berlin and Smith St. i McAlltster Kent ttf TENEMENT TO RENT Also atandina! bay for sule: inquire of Mrs. Jas. Ahern, 41 East St.. Tel. E46-W. Kit TO RENT Three-room furnished tenement; 'phone 172-Wtor call at 55 Maple ave. Mtf TO RENT One tenement, 1st floor, Maple avenue: two tenements, 1st floor, For aythe place; 2 tenements, 2nd floor. Laurel street: one small tenement, 2nd fluor. West streets E. I,. Smith, call on A. W. Clark. painter. ' Trow hill. Tel.238-Y. TO : RENT Four or Ave room furnished or . unfurnished apartment, with mtxlern conveniences ; eentrnlly located writf it "M," care Times office. 'S4tf , TORENT A"eottasre' at"82 Brook street j hot wafer; electric lirht. f umaoe ; in pood ronditaon ; also 2 small flaU at 3 Foster atraot; inqwire of Mrs. R. Q. McDonnell, 'phono 19. , fStf TO RENT Tenement of S rooms with mod. ' em improeementa, on irround floor; va rant June 8th. at 1 PleMsnt street: E. L. Smmm - - Wtf FOR RENT Two very desirable apartmenta In the Park theatre building, all modern : apply to A. B. Carter. Mcr. $tf TO RENT Five room downstairs tenement, with electric liehts and bath, eelhr, barn privileges and rood crarden: alroated at 14 Clark St telephone M-s or inqo.tr at 1UI ITowland Bids;. 210tf FOR RENT -room cotta: bouse on Tfilml ml f UerH !Mu t John F. Benjamin. Tel. 10B-B, 1" FOR SALE rr FOR SALE Irsteo about two milea from Barre, City. 1 acrea of fine early soil with early fruit orchard ; strawberry patch with 1000 planta. to bear next year; iand es pecially adapted for truck gardening. Build ings torjut of six room cottage, in natural finish, hardwood floors, never failing spring watxr. This property for immediate sal at low cash price: write to "XYZ." cr of Timea office. 67tf BETTER DP IT NOW! Buy While It Is Cheap! These Will Bring More the Next Time They Are Sold M Mnjr People .Complain when asktd to buy life insurance that it makes them think of death, etc. How wrong and superficial! Life insurance takes away the fear of death and serves in countless ways. It saves while it serves. National Life Ins. Co. Make Your Own BUG ULLE7 P. D. Q. You can easily make at home a full quart of the strongest bug-killer for 35c,enouprt to kill a million bedbugs, roaches, fleas and ants. This recipe will not burn, rot or stain clothing. and It entirely different from any other formula we know of, as this will kill the eggs- Procure, of your drnanrlst a SSe Backers of I reeky uaeiia Vjuietusi f. u. U than asly to rid a Will Hotels, hav the chemical maqa aipi H capitals and dwellings of peaky badbnara and other insects. Impossible for the Pesky denls to exist with the proper use of P. 0. Q. Hpecial stoepiiaiaiM sz.oo maice lie rallnns b P. D Q. caa rallnns purchased la scaled bottlaa. double strength. Uqiud form. Bold Dy Floyd (e-'RuaMll. drurcist. Adv. of Vt. (Mutual): S. S. Ballard, newl agent, 45 State street, Montpelier; G. .1. Seager, local representative. SUMMER SCHOOL July 10 August 20 Intensive study in SHORTHAXD TVPEWRfriNO BOOKKEEPING BUSIKESS ARITHMKTIC PETNMAVPH1P KPELLING VVs haee helped others. We can kelp you, if you mean huaines. Principal in office Friday and Katurday 01 tnis ween. MONTPELIER BUSINESS SCriOOL IRA RICHARDSON. PRIX 'Phone 517-M. Here They Arc THE TRUE VISION CLASSES Two pairs of Olsaaes in one (Double Vision iToric Lenses. The kind that , axe GROL'XD IX. No ment u,-ed; and are the best lenae made. . YOUR CHOICE of the bet np to date Frames or Mount inp and a rpec tarle rase. COMPLETE FOR $11.00 (Including Examination) I furnish Glasses as low as 12.00 and up. If YOU ant the BEST Kre-;l.et or Spectacle, that is to be hsd, at the lowest price XXSL LT WITH DR. C. H. MAGOON The Eye Specialist 12 W. Maia St., Barre, Vt. Up One Flifht. Office Hoifrs 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Saturday Erening 6 ts 9 Within 5 Minutes of Everything Worth While An High Qass Hotel with Moderate Rates Popular priced Club Breakfasts A Cafeteria the last word in up-to-dateness Just opened RATES Single Room with bath $3.00 j Double Room with bath 6.00 j Tires! Tires! Tires! Now is the time you need the best of tires Vaca tion time. What soils an outing or a little trip more than changing tires. Or that feeling that one or more is liahfe tn hlnw-nnt. with nnv littl amirr nf ... .. ...... V speed. ; :. ' " WW sj j . a look over your tires to-day and replace the ques tionable ones with new. Use up the old ones when you are going to be around home. But don't marr your vacation this year with poor tires, especially at these cash prices., 80x3 Cord $12.82 34x4 Cord .'. $26.20 35x5 Cord $41.85 Other sizes at proportionate prices. . Special Sale on 30x3 Tubes each $1.00 FIRST QUALITY GOODS Special Prices on many Odd Makes and Sizes. ' ' H. G. Bennett BARRE. VT. Stock and Tools at AUCTION As I hare sold my farm and have no ie for the personal property, will sell same at public airrtinn on Wednesday, July 12, 10 e'clock in the forenoon on the premises in Dainfield village, Known as the Fifleld arm; 25 HEAD OF STOCK 100 Sheep and Lambs cows, twn now fresh, balance to freshen in early fall, 12 fancy yearling Holstein heifers, four of whirls are eligible to registry; 3 heifer calves. 100 sheep and lambs; J wo htw.es. weight about 2lO lbs.; flood workers. 4 boats. The stock has all been tu berculin tested. Tools and Machinery Sulkr plow, side hill plow, manure preader, wheel harrow, nitawar bar row, coru harvester, smoothing harrow, spring tooth harrow, horse hoe, culti vator, corn planter, platform warm or drawins corn, lumber wsffon wi'a box body, and hay rack, one four horse sjrnn, espreaa wajron, rxpreas wazon. two horse wsgnn with box body and brake, dump cart, set platform scale... land r!I, bay tedder, punj, light two h'He tied, beaey two-hore sled, with brake, hob sled, some lumber. led mvoks. M cerlar po.t. water heater. 4 ox vokee. 4 Gloria lights ith pipe ard tank, pr. light drivinjj haroeee, sin gle hame. expre harness, and all small too!.. Also some household ESTATE Of HATTIK C FLETCHER. vt Vermont, District of Washinsrten, sa The honorable Broet court for the te tries storeaaM. sa all awraena taitarvstad la the estate of Hatti E. Fletcher, late of Town of Barre, In aaM district, decsaaed, GREETING: HJtAA, aM emrt has melned the 11th oar of July next for xajnininaj and , allowinf the account of the administratrix ax to estat of said Secaassa and for a de cree of the residue of Mid estate to the law ful claimant of the asm and ordered that public aotar therefor be ftvea to all persona interested in said aetata h nuhluhinx this order three weeks tucceasreeii- prerkma ta the day asila-ned. ni the arr Dail Timea. a newspaper published at Cite of Barre, la said dietrict. THEREFORE, ou are berebf notified to aepear at the probate offle is atontrwller, in said district, on the dar asetsaad. then and there to contest the allowance rf ssid account If rem see rsuee. and to asubllsh rour richt as heirs, ieaatae and lawtal elaimanta to said residue. ivn wnder as hand this' Etad dar of one, I si a. FRANK i. MARTIN, Judce, Jan2a-M-July7 Six seres, all in tillage, iust outside. One of til beet modern houses in this section. Nin room house with hardwood floors and finish ; modern plumbing, heated ; plate alaaa window : . fine porch and excellent view. Basement ham ; Quantity of fruit, priced to sell at only I4O00.00. Mifrht taka bouses in exrhan-. Hon In south end; rents for S10.no per month. Priced to sell at only 1700.00. It is worth more but the owner lives out of the city and instructs us to sell at once. - HELP WANTETl FEMALE WANTED Woman of SO or 85 as house i teener in family of 8: siirl of 13, boy of S: send applicatkMia to "E. B." care Barre Times. 86t6 WANTED Capable girl . for reneral house work ; Mr. C. E. Moulton, 12 Clarendon Ave. M.ontpelier, Vt. JMt8 WANTKr Housekeeper, middle aged lady Used ts hand fin a: children ; one wishing food home; F. T. tauron, Randolph, Vt. 95t2 L A IJIv" 0 ft ESS Good strong woman wanted at core for general laundry work at the Columbia hotel. Bethlehem, N. H. Wagea 140.00 per month, board and room snd re turn fare: stay until Oct. 7th good work-in- condition : apply immediately. 4t6 WA NTED--A "kitchen girl and waitress ; in- quire at 28 School St, Montelier, Tel. T2-M. - 94 tf HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Young woman for general homework; most be neat and clean ; address "M. C. W." care of Times. S4t9 WANTED AT ONCE A waitre itarium; call Barre SI0. at 8a n- 93tf WANTED Capable woman or girl for Ken. eml houaework ; apply to Mrs. C. H. Vit- kfn, Moatpeliet Jet. SiHf WANTED An experienced woman for houaework in family of two mi farm. For particulars write to "H," ear TimeeSt6tf WANTED" TfounsT womer. to enter Barr City hospital training, achool to train te become nurse ! apply to the superintendent at the .hospital. . . - . lR7tf GOOSEBERRIES FOR SALE At S3 ?leb ant reetj 'phone 27S-6. 95t3 STANDING HAY FORSALEAbot"n0 acre of aevrago uallty; inquire of D. V. . Thenault, WillianMrtown. Tel. 8-. 4t4 FOR SALE ScotchT kalsv winter eabbis(C rS""" Pro,J. 10 doacn or 6o hundred, cauliflower, 12e dau-m few npl, plants cheap; James tvie, 81 Hill St. 04W PEECALE REMNANTS " Light colors, assorted Patterns, J-4 to S ja PMC,. - - j ft. Bundle about IS yis. ). post paid. Walter Scott, Box 140, Kene. N H. 6tf '?m?i.SA'''' An oid-faahionod square piano; . , aiA che0 for, quick disposal; apply 'UlTW'hstraet. ott4 SALE Beautiful summer resort "on -.Lake Eden, including garage, k houae, cottag... furnishing, and boat; all In Una eopdition ;v lot ia 100" ft. square; deal In elude extra lot t ft. square, best si' on lake; nr. agent need reply; price right; In auireof Lock box 606. Waterbury, Vt. MtS FOR SALE 3 pieee-hedroom euite: nearly new, and other household furniture; John ' Rabitaille, Upper Graniteville. Tel. 844-W. ' S3t5 YARN MADE FROM YOUR WOOLTwrlte for price liirf and partleulartt H. A. Bart ;Hnaiony, Maine. fclt26 FOR S ALE General store buildlnc ; rood five-room tenement oeer store: also bam; . good location ; automobile truck, wagon, letgh and harnesses for sale; hot offer' buy this nroperty as It must be sold before A,uniJ,'.Mr"- w- s- Humphrey, Admrr.. Northfleld Vt. , SftlJ FOR SALE Green Mountain silos, ' sugar tools, farm machinery, furnaces, flr ex timruif hers, oil burner ; subscriptions for Time. Rural New Yorker; G. H. Adama. S. Barre. Tel. 327-X. 87tUtf CLAPBOARDS FOR SALE ALL 6X7 ES NOW ON HAND. COMOLLI CO. TEL. 4U-M, BARRE. , tf THREE SLIGHTLY USErTPHONOGRAPfe3 FOR SALE at a him!. hfIk. also seta piano, used only 'about six week; also an Player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co., Barre. Wtf PIANO BOXES FOR"" SALE A. A. La- morey. lttt WOOD FOR SALE Nn. 1 ae)ertd eld CTOWth bode hlAlr mnnA nn In (if ste. !'ered. TeJ10S-J;j IWtf FOR SALE A vreoaration for cleaning granite and marble momim.rt. r hrichtana np, the lettering and makes the whole tnonu ment look clean and new; gusranteed; fries on application;' James Sullivan. 114 Park street. Barre. Vt IStt AUTOMOBILES HELP WANTED MALE House with large lot on Orange street. WANTED Man to Work during haying: only experienced and reliable man need applyj L.jCamire, Tel. 807-25. 95t2 WANTED Two men to workthrough hay ing; apply to Harold Clark, East Mont pelier, Vt. . 96tS WAWTrtC7ilii flu.K left oiitten and 5 acre farm three and ons-half miles I twn fin(.hr. r sbarlv emnlnvment under Torn toe city for only swni.no. will cut , the American plan: write or 'phone Carl D. 20 tons of hay this year; some wood and fair' D'-nsmure, Burlington, Vt. 9ot3 buildings. Owner hss another farm and j a vTrfT" " " , 1 -, . cannot tk care of this. WANTf:DJ"A. "L?n !7 Z1 " : i ran i?iii(vi,ik , K.rnm.. v. .luuiiiii.im, ri- iiamatown, let, s-ti, COMMISSIOIfKRS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF LILLIE V. SANBORN. The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probata eoart for the dis trict f Washington eommtes wners, to rerervs. examine and adjust th claims and Oe. needs of all persons against the estate of Lilll V, aaabora, late of Town of B.rra, ia Mid dst trtet, deceased, and all claim exhibited la offset thereto, hereby give mfc-e that w rill mset for the nxirnos aforvaaM. at the rtdtM of W. J. Clam ta th City f Barre. in said district, on the iind day of Janr and tlrd day of November naas, from I a'elock p. m. until S e'clork an., on each of id dev. and that SRortths from th Zftnl day of May. A IPS, to th time limited by said Court for said creditor t Breaent their claim ta for examination and allowance. Dated t City of Barr th Slat day Juae. 4. p. IS?!. WILLIAM J. CLAPP. F. C. PERSONS, CommiMioners. Junefa-8o-Jly7 Let us give you more particulars regard ing the. They won t remain on th mar ket long. m.i'.'wri.i n in GOULD'S PIANO' ROOMS . Established 1891 The Square Deal Place Representing th foUcoring PiaSns Behning Bmeraon Lartter Milton Eat. ISM Est 1S47 Est. 1862 Eat. 180S Ask for book of a thousand references. ra cpaoKllnr St, Fbone TSX-W BARRE. VT. coMsnssioirERs kottcb Boston and Maine Railroad MEN WANTED Permanent positions for competent men whose work is iatiefactory aa Machinists, Boilermakers, Blacksmiths, Sheet Metal Workers, . Coach Repairmen and Plumbers 70c per hour. Gas Welders (Acetylene) 75c per hour. Car Inspectors, Carpenters, 63c per hour. Machinists Helpers, Boilermakers Helpers, Blacksmiths Helpers, Electricians' Helpers and Sheet Metal Workers Helpers, 47c per hour. APPLY TO H. B. CLOUGH, General foreman1 Woodsville, N. H. TO TAKE PLACES OF MEN ON STRIKE Office always open. estate or ALim r. richardsov Tb vadersigned, having beea appointed by the honorable probate court for the dis trict of Washington, rommww.ic.ners. to t eeiv. examine, and adjust ta claim demands of all persons agsm.t th estate of Aire r. Richanuon, lata of City of Carr. in said district. deceases, and tafia exhibited ta offset thereto, htreby gtv aottee that we will meet for th purpose aforesaid. St th Quarry Saving Bank Trust Co.. in the City of Barr. in aaid dis trict, s)a the list day of July and Ith day of October next, from t e'clork a. nv. ant S o'clock p. m.. on each of said days, and that six months from the 6th dar April. A. D. Hit. ia th time limited aid court for said creditors to present their claim te a for examination and allowance. Dated at City of Barre, this lirth day Juno. A. D. 1Z. bfi a. Eastman, Wld. A. MeLEOD, Commissioner. Junelo-Jul7-1 , COMMISSIONERS' K0T1CE. DRY WOOD Hardwood Slabs at $3.50 make an excellent sum mer wood. Limb Wood at $3.75. Second growth Wood at $4.00 and $4.50. All sizes of High Grade Coal. ' Calder & Richardson Phone 450 STATE OP ISABELLA DUST AM. Th undersigned, having bean appointed tn ta honorable wracate ecrart for th dis trict of Washington, eommisskwiera, to re ceive, examine, and adjust the claim and demands of all persons aalnt the estate of Isabella Duncan, late of City of Barr. in Said dtstrv-t, derassed, and all claims ex hibited in offset thereto, herebv give notice thst we will meet foe the purpose afore satd a( the office of the Tiideo Shoe Co in the City of Barre. ia said district, en the 2nth day of July and Hind day of December nect. from S o'clock a. m until S o'clock a. sru. on earh of said day and that six months from th Z?th dsy of Jan. A- I. 1'2. ia th time limited by said court for aid creditors to ares their c hi tarsi Sa a for examination and at- lowance. Dated at Cicv of Bear, this 28th day of un. a. u. 1K7. FRANK L. SMALL. AKTHl'R C Tll.nPN. CMii..inM. JuoS(KTty7-l furniture. Terra at time of als.i Lun h at noofl. W. B. FIFIELD, Owier.i D. A. PERRT, ABrtioneer. ' Automobile Insurance J. W. Dillon 'BOLSTER BLOCK, THONE 34-R. Auction Sale Monday, July 10,1922, 1:00 p. m. Aa I b sold say place ami am po injt to lears town I will aell the foll.tw iog rronerty, h) the premiee. art'iaiCrl one-half mile from So. Barre. on tit Williamstown road: Sleich and robas. 2 chamher suite, springs and mat reus es, aidehoard, dining labl and chair, kitchen taMe, dihe. ?las ware, rook fric utensils, oil heater, and Lit of ether proprtey cot snent toned. D. W. FACXK2IES, Owner. D. A. PESST, Auctioneer. Flora Jones, D. C, Ph. C. Palmer Chiropractor At th GACE m GAGE ofnee. 4 to I p. m. Mondar. Wednesday Friday. Thone Barr U82-W. Rs. Montpelier, 329-W DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlc In Room SI. Miles Building TelepboM ConBrtM OmCIC UOV F " t a. at. to If m. and 1 :M t . m. Weeday, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BLAN'CHASO BLDa Phone i Offie. S(-W Kssldencs, 1(1 5.J tel, ornci :s-u. kjesicekcs. ms-m COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BLOCK BAkiuc rr. NOT AST ruBLia WANTED Young man to work on farm for the summer. 16 minutea walk from the rarharn : Bingham Marvin. Montpelier. 'phon Sll-W. : - '8t3 WANTF.n-A Mn on a farm; A. C. Ben nett, Williamstown. Vt.. R. F. D. 1. ftU WANTrTD A man for farm work ; Mrs. C. K. Pitkin, Montpelier Junction, 'phnn I0S-M. ' .. , lf WANTEI'Experieticed middle agednwn for general farm work ; Robert 1. Stew art, East Montpelier road, Barre. PSMf WANTED A man with heirs during-lise-Ine horse to be used on rake; D. H. MacDonald. Washinxrton. Vt. 8tf FOR SALE 1918 Ford "touring car: new tire and too: iust overhauled i for nsrttci. lars E. Lutrien. No. 7 Opera House blcrk, Montpelier. Vt. after 4:30 p. m. FOR SALE ISIS Studebaker touring car: in nice running order; or will exchange for good horse or csttie; U Camirt, Tel. 8A7-2S. - 95t2 HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE Cottage house, 7 rooms snd bath, garden, new on pipe furnace, elec. trie iighta, a and spring water; l.v mln utea walk from -Main street; write "8." car Times.1 gstf FOR SALE The E. A. Prindle hmis at IS Keith avenue, comer Summer 6t- and Feith avenue mti LOST. AND FOUND LOST Shell rim gold bow glasses, in Rwrs or on the Williamstown road; Under pltaae jeaye at Timea office. 6St2 LOST Sunday, a pair of white pear! prayer beads ; finder please call 17S-R, or leave at Woolworth store. 94tl UJST Set "of "pulley blocks; used ""by-telephone men for pnlling wire, known - as "Comc-a-longs i" reward for return to Tims office. . 0it6 IO"lT Saturday noim. between trow ; 4 Holden and Aycrs street, via. railroad, a fieidera giove; finder pleas return to 7 Murray street or this office. CttR LOST Monday night, in vicinity of or m Barre, ladies' brown beaded bag containing money and other article j reward if brought to thla office. 94tf IFTHEPERSdNwhh the pirof red rosary beads with the name of Annie Car rot! on the cross will bring them to 7 Sum mer atreet they will receive another pair in return as they were valuable as a eep sake. , . Mtt LIVESTOCK FOR .SALE FOR SALE Three extra good cows, tubetv culin tested : 1 new milch and 2 to fresh en in a frw davs : Frank- Calragni, 223 River t, Monrpelter: Tel. J43-W. 96t6 . GRANITE CUTTERS. QUAR RY WORKERS. POLISHERS, TOOL SHARPENERS AND T TTHTPT'PCJ T A W VrtTTri? FOR SALE Extra good Jersey cow. fresh. v . U V. ' . X t, VT. r"h milk, William Maki, Websterville, Vt. LABOR TROUBLE IN tt3 BARRE, T.. AND VICINITY AT PRESENT WANTED GIRL VOULD LIKE POSITION doing light housework or earing for children : inquire hr letter to "A. B. C care Times of fice. SSt3 WANTED Work by th hour by reliable woman : Mrs. J. Campbell, 12 Pleaxant street. I4t3 WANTED A 4 or S-room furnished apart ment;' modem conveniences; must be in good location ; giv particulars in letter to "J. K. L." car Timea aflioc. S2tS "Underwriters' Laboratories In spected Material" AH our lightninjr rods hear this tspr, which is Tour g-unrantee that they are spprorcd for installation in our state. This little ta;j on lightning rods ts worth money to ypu and entitles you to a ten per cent reduction on fire in- u.,;i,l..,. r. l i...:u A MIDDLE-AGED LADY Would like nosi-1 ,' , In . , u lio. .. houeener in a .m.ll f.milv ; m. SOW before VOU fill JOltT UrnS ilre of "8. A. P." ear Times office. SltS DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Fpeclalizfno in th Diseases of ihs Skin and Caaosf. Offios Hours 10 to 12 a. m. and I to 1 p. fn. daily. WsvlnesdaT and Paturdar Fren'nr-a Thons 79 R. Sooos t Mfle Oranit Bufldinff, Barrw, Vt MISCELLANEOUS WHEN rN NEED Of WOOD WORK of any ascription it will pay yo to call .47-M : oKo Co. S5t3 WILL mail eou tl for full set of old teeth. any condition, partial art in proportion : mail to Eaton Laboratory, Dorchester. Maw. t6 WE SHARPEN all makes of safety raior ' blades: also plain raaors and srisiors! Vermont Sharpening Ce.. 11 Granite atreet: rill 6-R. ttf LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED and "put In first cla runnjnr order for S1.2S: railed or and delivered; Vermont Sharpening Co. 11 Oranite street; rait SSS-R. r'Hf LONG DISTANCE MOVINCJ Chas. M. Leith Distributor, packer and shipper. Furnitur and plan avaviag with derrick equipment; all work guar. anteed : Si Merchant atreet. Tel. SSS-W. s:tf LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND RE. PAIRED Called for and delivered: Cranit City Tool C. Tel. 33S-W. 41U DNCtVO,ESRONS Private "in.trwtioa by appoinrmnt: rail at 172 Main rret. phona SS4-W ; Marie Quinlan. lS.tf TO EFNT Vacuam rleaDsr ; The stlecrris Store. 14 Elm street. !44tf it a nar ana tiite underwriter' s proved material. We have it in- sto Come and see. THE DAIN SYI MARSH-ALLEN CtaL i E. TtUvhon 140, Orantr Co. "Tr-Uphiftt ii of earing hay will be appred'-nTg this year than ever. If you want to Tleer atotit the rake vrtth th inclined frame and the light dsft loader with .wheelbarrow mount ing. Ak Mr. Marsh, i 1 ,j . MARSH-ALfcEN . CO. I N. E. Telephone 140. Orang Co. Talephoh "ARSENATE of zinc for vtts9 KuffR will, mftmr on tft b U!M in prWepnr to my otbfMr potior,. It klU th. bkkfer;crKS it atirks to the vine. It wH not burn the lav. M MARSH-ALLEftGf). (j K. E. Thor 1;nA 'f 'i . m.w. - . ; si i . reSir$1q PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FUBNJSHINciS . Hospital Assba'sac Bervlr Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot ffioar. Barre. Tel. connection, tf t-Vt Surrey and Auto Hire Transient and Limited Livery Service James McGIaflin, Mr., brmerly Cutler Bros. Livery Tel. 160 WE ALWAYS HAVE Jat what rsj ara ssokiag far la th has ef Jswelry. a.leerwarc, eat glees, etc. Asa tatteery. Our watra ami cases repair work a, ateea. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ? n m mtrsT OLE ACENT EOt iJOSTUX AMEIICAIT MALE AND FEMALE HELP CIVIL SERVICE " EXAMINATIONS-Jtilf. August: many vacancies. SIS monthly ; are 18 upwjrd: enprriene unnecessary for free li-t pt-eMions now open, wnta R. Terry. tformT Civil ftervicw examiner l 91 Cenri nental MM.. Washington. D. C. SStS . a 1 i . - . - - . v a tl for ALL KINHS cr anowcrsJrsEcs.aaii H. ders. W ha uV .ta e4f. v "Jr-oSa; N. E. 'Phone 14vl. Orange County Telephttie POULTRY AND Ef.'GS BABY CHICKS lie up; bred-to-lay : V-opw-Isr breeds ; prepaid guaranteed delivery ; end for circulars : pullet for sale; Rny Clark. East Hartford. Conn. ' 4tS ROOMS TO RENT TO RENT Four ofRc rooms; re front room : 2ad Soor ; taouir of Ian house. 172 North Mala atreet. Isrg Quin- ;tf HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR ? ALE Morgan mare, good driver. worker or sadile borse ; also wagon, rig. comnv-n trailer and camp bunrakrw trailer; M. W. Carleton. rt Highland Ave, Te). 441-M. eoU DRIVING KORSE Haody oa rake." wehrh bout 0; phone zvH-1 4, People' Isne. or write: Glenn V . Mersey, w illiametown. vt cm fa?-- SeII-1 Your Facn Wa Have Said OVar COaCOa f N ffsP saaMst yMrsaWssHgsS. i mlt thtr ak Mr cwmi Yo rfiry E. A. Strout rrib3sEwi Camsaasra With J. i. UAeHNkK, Agent, Karwlaad Ks no. TV iMonipelier Real Estate CADILLAC LIVERY Trips day. Vy tk an lie, kour KessoBsbi rates. or ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON'S t'pstaira fnr Horse Goods. Downstair! for j Aata Supplies. COLTON'S TLA CE SS Stat Street ' Maotpeuer. Vermont t EAST MONTPELIER TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE Saturday Afternoon, July t Tsra 'Clock. The f.'vnn houses at No. 13 an4 Foster street; one a&4 one ha If tV fmmi and a two store hous reran'Pv-- jdamapccl hy fire. Sale emfitire. P'.tlt I to be ri hand a a crat . harftii Is r July S te Ju'y H the towa c!ra'a hem? -fferrd. to th bivhc't fcyi.l'-r. , j.. mi', . mm uu m inr vteimi i 1 1 s - , m - n - - - MM . ' erms tl ime ri sa e ierm at time of sale. D. A. TERRT, Aattioaect,