THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, JULY 17, 1922.
'ABOUT TUH STATU
Happening! of Interest from
The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs
lohnson of Riverside (in Cambridge) is
ill with infantile paralysis and the
pouse has been quarantined.
Fred Hancock, acred 70, was found
(ead in bed Friday morning . at the
ome of C. V. Richmond in Newport,
rhere he had been employed for sever
Mrs. Martha. P. Parkill of New
Raven met death last Thursday eve
bing by accidental drowning in the
house cistern. She had been an invalid
for some years, suffering with senile
debility. She was 84 years old.
Wesley E. Whitney of West Brattle
boro, always tbe first in that vicinity
po bring sweet corn from his garden to
Jnarket, still holds the record. He
brought a few dozen of freshly picked
porn to tin village Friday for sale. i
No clue has been discovered to the
belonging to F M.
Wiirlinirton. which he left
mt. .Worth beach near tha&t city Fri
day Bight and found missing when he
Uras ready to leave. The car was a
917 model and was left locked, but
the lock was one of the old-fashioned
Jcind and easily! unloosed.
Cornwall authorities are looking for
(thieves who robbed the bee yard of J.
fe. Crane and son, known as "The
Ledges," of 150 pounds of honey. The
honey was in plain boxes one and one
b&If inches wide, and all boxes were
marked with an "L". A reward has
een offered for the arrest of the thief
pt thieves. a '
Walter J. Phillips, aged GO years,
flied of heart failure in the automobile
of A. C. Akin of Morrisville Thurs
day, while Mr. Akin was in the bank
at Barton to transact some business.
On his return to the auto, he found
Mr. Phillips dead. Mr. Akin, H. W.
Burnham and Mr. Phillips had just re
turned from a trip to Mansonville, P.
Q., and Mr. Phillips had showed no
signs of pain or sickness during the
trip, although he had suffered a faint
ing spell before he set out upon the
journey, from which he seemingly re
covered. . !
Jogging His Memory.
It was a trilling story that McGregor
baft to tell.
'1 had abandoned all hope," he said.
"As I sank for the third time my past
life seemed to rise before me in a
series of grim, realistic pictures."
A murmur of sympathy rolled from
the lips of listening friends; but just
as McGregor was preparing to resume;.
. t -t- i : . n 1 i,:, Bltafvifir I
jwr. iticiHvisci niLci i ujtcu mm B,,"1 1 v i
ana hopefully. - , ,
"And did youhappeh to notice," he
asked, "a picture of me lending you a
fiver in the autumn in J919!" Edin
John Newton Russell, Jr., Says:
"Life insurance is a stabilizer of busi
ness; it fosters morality and thrift,
brightens old age, destroys want and
worry, makes death easier and edu
cates youth.! It takes fear out of life
and substitutes safety. Consult us.
National Life Ins. Co.' Vt. (Mutual)
S, S. Ballard, general agent, 46 State
jstreet, Montpelier, Vt-j G. J. Seager,
In the Garden,
the garden) But, really,
" Eve (in
ifAdam. I have nothing to wear I
Adam (soothingly) That's all right,
Tny dean you are setting the style for
922! New York Sun.
The alert business man dealing with'
present day conditions knows that
the big word to-day is "Turnover."
Whether he be a merchant, manufac
turer, jobber, or banker, he sees that
one thing with a clear vision unbiased
by the limits of his own business. It
is in the air, and on the tip of every
And yet many of them entirely
too many are thinking on only one
side of Turnover. They think of it as
meaning rapid selling putting money
in and getting it out quickly and at
a profit. They realize that they must
put greatly increased efforts back
of all their plans for selling and dis
tribution. The other half of Turnover is Le
consumer. All selling plans and efforts
fail if the consumer doesn't want to
buy. His desire for the product must
be created. He must meet the seller
half way. He must be in a mood to
buy before the salesman meets him
across the counter.
. That is the function of Advertising
MEMBER GVPSY BAND INJURED.
Boy Struck by Auto at Bellows Falls
Great Excitment Followed.
Bellows Falls, July 17. A band of
gypsies, 03 in number, traveling in
seven large touring cars, reaching here
Friday afternoon, had to be permitted
to camp here temporarily, even as the
police were preparing to speed them on
their way, for a boy of the party was
run over by a local automobile and
severely injured, so that ' he is in the
As they entered the village, the first
car had a blowout and the whole
caravan stopped in line ' beside the
street. While fixing the . tire, the
leirfer, Peter Eli, let his family con
sisting of his wife and 13 children, out
of the car, and . as one of the boys.
James Eli, aged 10, started to cross the
road, a car owned and operated by E.
M. Colman, an official of the American
Express, struck him and knocked him
down, breaking his collar " bone and
seriously bruising him. -
Great excitement followed, the wom
en all screaming, dancing and rolling
on the ground, attracting a great
crowd. The boy was ' taken to the
hospital, and since it would be a few
days before he could be moved, the.
whole party was -escorted to the
meadows at the. north end of the vil
lage, where they are under police sur
veillance, no one from the band. being
allowed in the village except the lead
er, to visit the boy and get supplies.
The gypsies olaim to be on their way
to Burlington and from there Intend
to cross Lake Ohamplain and return to
their home In Detroit. ; ,
PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND.
New York Banker Leaves $5,000 Each
to Church and Cemetery. "
' Middletown Springs, ' July 17.
Henry C. Copeland, New York banker,
bequeathed a permanent endowment
fund of $.5,000 to the Federated church
and also $5,000 to the Pleasant View
cemetery of this town. Mr. Copeland
was born at Middletown Springs in
1844. He was the eon of Lucius and
Minerva Skinner Copeland. Mr. Cope
land started as a clerk in the First
National bank of Poultney and when
be retired from the banking field he
was president of the Riverside bank..
The people of Vermont will remem
ber Mr. Copeland offering his farm to
the state for an industrial school some
years ago. His father, Lucius Cope
land was owner of the Pleasant' View
farm on the top of east hill. He was
also connected with the first National
bank of Poultney and for many years
was nnancier or mat section, only
part oi the income trom the endow
ment may be used for running ex
penses, half of the income being com
pounded with the principal with tbe
idea of something reaching the dimen
ion. . . con.id(,rl.Di. endow
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Trouble Brewing for Papa.
A mother said to her little girl one
evenimr: , (-
"It's bedtime, dear.'.' Run and kiss
nurse good night."
"No," said the little girl. "No, I'm
"Afraid tof Goodness gracious,
why are you afraid tof"
"Because nursie slaps you if you
kiss her now."
."Oh, you silly. litUeatqryteller. She
does not." . .
"She does, too," said the little girl
"You ask papa if she doesn't!" Los
She We had a fine time studying
palmistry up at our house last night.
Jack Pott Where I was we spent'
the evening looking at each other's
hands, too. Boston Transcript..
Sides of : Temover
Fnblubel by tee Barre Daily
1tk Tie American Associatiea
Cowardice Ruined Germany.
The war was caused by cowardice.
Rathenau, the assassinated ' foreign
minister of the German republic, who
knew whereof he spoke, said so a year
ago, and his murder releases his
words to the world. The kaiser rattled
hi sword until he frightened himself
and all his ministers out of their
normal ' judgment, Rathenau ex
plained. "Bethmann-Hollweg and his
ministers sat up all night in theil of
fices in fear and trembling, hoping and
praying that the czar would succumb
to the terms of the ultimatum and that
hey would escape the diaster into
which their cowardice bad led them."
This construction of the Hohenzot
lern psychos that , blundered into
catastrophe accords with the psychoses
of father and son that propelled both
as fugitives across the Holland border.
Shrewd observers of William II. long
before the war divined what old Bis
marck had judged the character of the
imperial braggart to be. They knew
William II. to be at heart despicable
Ihe labored attempts now to re-1
habilitate father and son as heroes and
and pose them a martyrs are ludi
crous. The reinstatement of those run
aways as monarchs would prove the
German people - to have no sense of
humor. To be led about docilely by
the nose requires want of humor, as to
fight and die again for the All High
est" poltroon would imply the stupid
ity which sometimes accompanies
Rathenau in the same interview ex
pressed confidence that the German
people were through not only with the
Hohenxollerns, but with any royalty.
Perhaps his death will help confirm the
Germans in that determination. He
called the remaining royalists "an
inconsequential minority. They are a
minority, but whether the will con
tinue inconsequential remains to be
seen. Aggressive minority that knows
what it wants and is unscrupulous con
to create consumer demand, and
consumer preference. With this de
mand as a fact all selling plans have
a chance to succeed. Without it they
fail. The only chance for salesman
ship to succeed without an existing
demand is for salesmanship to assume
the task that belongs to advertising
the task of creating demand.
If the present efforts that are Jeing
put into selling were amply supported
by a corresponding effort to create
consumer demand through Advertis
ing, the business conditions of this
country would be rapidly changed
into an era of great prosperity in
spite of - Old World conditions and
The proof of this is in the fact
that right now, under these very con
ditions, the . manufacturers who are
putting proper emphasis on creating
a demand for their product, as well as
selling it, are doing a big business rjid
are actually gettfng the high turnover
that others are trying so strenuously
to get through intensive selling.
Times, ia co-eperatiea
ef Advertising Agencies
cerning .the means it employes, has
imposed itself upon peoples far less
docile than the Germans.
. William II. proved to be the Ger
man Louis Napoleon. Bethmann-Holl
weg was the German OI liver. If
Hindenburg and Ludendorff were not
the Prussian Bazaine and MacMahon,
nevertheless they served to ruin Ger
man imperialism quite as effectually
s the two French marshals ruined
- Rathenau was a great indnstrial
magnate, a modernist. Doubtless, he
stood in the way of the beaten mili
tary and feudal magnates. His death
must be a severe loss to th erepublic
it shoulud operate, however, as a. clos
ing obstacle to the return of the
swasbucklers who ruined Bismarck's
great construction. Minneapolis Jour
nal. Impossible Laws.
Barney Oldflcld, the famous motor
racer, said at a banquet in New York:
"We are all against the road hog
that goes without saying but some of
the laws (rovennns; the automobiiiBt
make me think of Sid.
"Sid was applying for ac hauffer's
license and he was might anxious to
get it, too, so when the examiners
asked him what he'd do if be met a
skittish horse he answered:
"I'd stop my car. Then I'd atop my
engine. And then if the horse kept on
being skittish I'd take tht ear apart
and hide iit in the grass till the nag
got by.' "New York Globe,
Littl girl (before statue in mu
seum) Mamma, who's this T
Attendant (after pause) That's
Mercury, the messenger of the gods.
You have read about him, no doubt.
Mother Of course, she has. But, do
you know, my little girl has such a
very poor memory for Scripture.
Boston Transcript j
ESTATE OP LUCY WELLS.
State of Vermont, district of Washington, as.
The honorable probate court for the dia
trlot aforesaid, to all persona interested 1b
the aetata of Lucy Well, late of City
of Barre. in said district deceased. GREET-
WHEREAS. l4 court has aaslenad the
8th day. of August next for examining and
allowing the account of the administrator of
the aetata of said deceaaed and for a deerag
of the residue of said estate to the lawful
claimants of the same, and ordered that
public notice thereof be given to all Pr
tons interested in said aetata by nubias.
las' this order three- weeks successively
previous to the day aslg"4. fn the Barra
Daily Times, a newspaper published at City
M wa-re. in said dtttrtct.
THEREFORE, you are hereby notified ts
appear at tha probate omen la Montpelier,
la said district, on the day assigned, thea
and there to contest the allowenea of said
aeeoun If yau sea cause, and to establish
your right aa heirs, legatees and lawful
rlalmvnta to said residua.
Given under my hand this 15th day of
Ju y. 1922.
f KAfi K. i. MARTU4, i UOjr
Large Truck for Sale
Five Yard Van Dora Body
Very Quick Working Van Dorn Hoist
Power Take Off
New in May, 1921 Low Mileage
Fine Working Order
Call or Write
Maurice W. f Dewey
National Vile Insurance Company,
When overhauling your car.
All sizes in stock.
WANTS IN THE
DAILY TIMES FOR
We have new discorerj fof
tnakinp false teeth that fit tiffht
bf a new suction method, only 13
V do not e plaster far iskinp
Jrnpreakns as the new mK-tioa
method Is mors pleasing and esy
for the psttetit.
22-K told crown en!y If; other
deotists ask 110.
. Fillints and bridtswork by tht
as w islajr metbad. Prices rcssoa
able. Dr. Meagher's
Professional r.'irse attendant.
Honrs: Dsilv 9 to 5; eremnrs 7
to ;W; hundajr hr srpointinerit
Three Lines for 25c
The Times will publish Wants. Lost and
Found. For Sale. To Let. etc. short adver
tisements t the rat' of three lines v
twenty-five cents for th flint insertion and
ten cants for each subsequent insertion. .
FARMS FOR SALE
FARM OF ABOUT 100 ACRES FOR SALE
ml. from Washington; BUD sugar
trees, lumber: will eetl with all crone ana
tools If desired : for pstrVulars write to
box 67. R. F. D. No. 2, Williamatown. Peo
Dlee Dhone l(f-4. . 103t6
FOR SALE Ona of tha bent money making
farm in Oranea county, lituated on
itato road. 1 1-4 mil from villa, bavin
fln high eohool. This farm consist of 20
acrea auitably divided .- fine set of buildings,
never failing- water to house and barn I an
accredited herd of imod , riroducinr eowe i
priced reasonable; reason for selling, other
business : for full particulars Inquire of H.
ESm'th.JVillianistown. Vt.. . 4tl
FARM OF 100 ACRES FOR SALE 8 miles
from Barre, near Ravmond Deimcr farm :
one of the best set of buildings in town :
new mrt of tools: E2 head of cattle; v-ill
trade for small place; Peter Hendrickson.
Plainfleld. Vt.. Tel. S91-22; - 9tf
FOR SALE Village" farm, 40 acres. 4 miles
from Montpelier; John F. Benjamin.
Barre. Tel. 106-R. TStf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
All kinds of real estate; farms, all ls
and locations ; village properties, all kinds ;
tores, feed and saw mills i cottagea
at Joe's pond ; call and see us ; write or
telephone what you want if you mean bus
iness; we caa sure show you. the roods;
pricea nd terms right.
A R COLE and P. S. ROGERS,
FOR SALE Lorated about two milas from
Barra City. 10 acres of fine early soil with
early fruit orchard ; strawberry patch with
1900 plants, to bear next . year : land es
pecially adapted for truck gardening. Build
ings consist of six room cottage, in natural
finish, hardwood floors, never failing spring
watr. This property for Immediate sala at
low cash price; write to "XXZh" care of
Times offlp. 67tf
BETTER DO IT NOW!
' Buy While It Is Cheap!
These Will Bring More the
Next Time They Are
Six acres, all in tillage, jast outside. On
of tha best modern houses in this section.
Nine room house with hardwood floors and
finish ; modern plumbing, heated ; plata
rlasa windows ; fine porch and excellent
view. . Basement barn : quantity of fruit,
priced to sell at only StOOO.00. Might take
houses in exebang-e.
House in south end : rents for 110.00 per
month. Priced to sell at only 1700.00. It
is worth mora but the owner lives out of
tha city and instructs us to sell at one.
House with large lot on Orange street.
45 atnt farm three and one-half milea
from tbe city for only $100.00. . Will cut
20 tons of bay this year; soma wood and fair
buildings. Owner has another farm and
cannot tak care of this.
Let ua give you more particulars regard
ing these. They won't remain on the mar
GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS
The Square Deal Place
Repraaenting tha follroring Pianos
Rehninff Emerson Lautar Milton
Eat. 18S1 Eat 1R47 Est 1S3 Eat. ISM
Ask for book of a thousand references,
Na. Spauldinr fiu 'Phoo 1SX-W
GAGE & GAGE
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7 to 8
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday i to 5
"Phone Office 662-W. Residence 2C2-Y.
DR. LEWIS D. fttARTIN
Office In Room 15, Miles Building
OmCT HOURS : t a. m. to II m. snd 1 :S ts
4 P. m. Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Frtdvr
DR. HOWARD A. DREW
B LAN CHARD BUXL
Phones t Office, TOs-Wi Residence. TOS-F
TEL. OFFICE 828-M. RESIDENCE, 646-M
EDWARD C. DUFFICY
' BARRE. VT.
NOT ART PUBLIC
DR. CARL F. ROBINSON
Specializing in tha Diseases of lis
Skin and Cancer. '
Cfflce Hours 10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to i
p. ra. daily.
Wedneada and Saturday Eeentaga.
Thons 7P9-R, Roora t
Miles Orsnit Bunding, Barra. Vt
PERRY & NOONAN
UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNlSHOfOS
Borpttal Ambnlaaas Sarvira
Per rVraare, Barre. Tel. conwemlon. e S-W
Surrey and Auto Hire
Transient and Limited Livery
James McGIaflin, Met.,
Formerly Cutler Bros. Livery
TeL160 . '
Trips hj the anile, hour or
Uy. Reasonable rates.
X. HOUSTON. TEL. 642J
WE ALWAYS HAVE
JosS what rea are Isnking tear ra Ue Nne
af rsrelry. s-i'W ears, rat Sanaa, eta. Am
Oar wstefs and dark rranhr work gaar-
O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler
J4 Ft M FT? t VT
HOUSES TO RENT
TO RENT Five-room tenement on El
more street ; also a five-room tenement on
Camp street; Edith (M. Csrr, TaL 862"JJ-0tf
TO RENT -room tenement, corner Berlin
and Smith St.: McAllister j&JCent. a4tf
TENEMENT TORENT Also standing ty
for sole; Inquire of Mrs. Jas. Ahern, 41
East St., Tel. 245-W. ?2tf
TO RENT One tenement. 1st floor, Maple
avenue; two tenements, lt floor, For
sythe place; 2 tenements, 2nd floor, Ljmrel
street; one small tenement, 2nd floor. West
street; E. L. Smith, call on A, W. Clerk,
painter, Trowhill.Tel. 286-Y. ?"
TO RENT Four or five " room furnished
or unfurnished apartment, with modern
conveniences : cntrallv located ; write to
"M" careTimee office. :
TO RENT Tenement of I rooms with mod
ern improvements, on ground floor! fur
nace hesvt, one-half coal furnished ; si i
PleMoant fM ; K. L. Dmamore. SStf
FOR RENT Two very dmirabie aoartments
in tha Pur If tlmfn ki,lbiine. all modern;
apply to A. B. Carter. Mgr. 28tf
TO RENT Five room downstairs tenement,
with electric liirhts and bath. eelHr. barn
prlvilows and good garden ; eltuated at 14
Clark St.. tUnhniu SR or Inouira at 11-H
Howland Bids. tlOtf
FOR RENT S-room aotta bouse on
Third mtri Wtrla lisrhts 1 John F.
Benjamin. Tel. 105-R. l"Ttf
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED Respectable housekeeper on
farm. 2 miles from Barrc; must be neat
and clean and a rood cook I none other need
imlvr write to "A. B." care Times r.ffice.
AN EFFICIENT WOMAN for sreneral
housework and cooking; sood wages and
home for the right person; address Mrs.
Alice MacLaurin, Randolph. Vt 10H6
WANTED-A kUchen"glrlcapabl of doing
short order work; writs to "M," care
Barre Tinvw. , ?9tf
WANTET A kitchen, girl and waitress ; In
quire at 28 School St, Montelier. Tel.
672-M. ; Mtf
WANTEPCapabla woman or girl fir Fun
eral housework; apply to Mrs. t. H.,ri
kin, Montpelier Jet. SHf
WANTED An exnerlenced woman for
housework in famOV of two on farm. For
particulars write to "H." csre TimesjStSnf
WANTED Young women to enter Barra
City hoanltal training school to train to
become nurses; apply to the superintendent
at tha hospital. Wtf
HELP WAITED MALE
GRANITE CUTTERS AND.
To take places of tho men whoa agree
ment with" this Company expired on ,
March Jlst, 1922. and who have
refused to resume work on tha
Permanent mplorment at MILFORD.
MARS..' KF.ENE, N. H., and STONY
We ' an narinr hlsrh dam Monumental
granite cutters and carvers, $. 60 to10 and
dans ouarrrmen 15.60 to f.0 per ly.
Ech man furnished free 1600.00 LIFE IN
SURANCE so long aa he remains in our
employ. Working conditions at our plants
are the bent in the Granite Industry.
To learn the granite rutting trade. Good
pay to start and advancement according
to improvement. Full wagea when you
can produce a standard day' work.
J APPLY TO
The Milfofd Pink-Victoria White Granite
Co., Milford, Mans.
WANTED Young man or boy for haying:
also for sale, one heai-r hayrsck. rhcao
mowing "machine r C B. Hopkins, Rantlolnh
Centra. Vt.. R. F. D. t. 102t3
WANTFD A man for farm work; Mrs. C.
H. Pitkin, Montpelier Junction, 'phon
GRANITE CUTTERS. QUAR
RY WORKERS, POLISHERS,
TOOL SHARPENERS AND
LUMPERS, TAKE NOTICE
LABOR TROUBLE TN
BARRE, VT.. AND VICINITY
AT PRESENT ,
WANTED A place by a mkldla-aged Om
an as domestic nurse, looking after eld
erly counlss. or will work by the day nr
week; ''A.H' Timasofflce. 104t3
WANTED A boy. 16. wanta s position on
a farm the rest of this vacation : prefer
ably a rilace near Barre or some high school
where K could work for board and so to
high school this fall and winter: writer has
had farm experience ; address '"P. K. G."
130 No, Seminary street. 104U"
WANTED- or 8-room tenement, cen
trally lorated: call 858-Y or438-R. 102tf
BOARDERS AND ROOMERS WANTED
At 6" Thurston place oil North Seminary
street: reasonable board. 102t4
WANTED--Elderly lady wifhie position as
nousrkeerer in small family, or cam for
invalid; address "A," Gen. Del.. Water
bury. Vt ; 101M"
WANTED A child to board. irT good
home where a mother'a care will be giv
en : a child from one to six years old : only
reepertabia and responsible parties need prw
nly; terms reasonable: address Mrs. H. B.
Heath. Groton, Vt. ,6
WANTED Srwtiig and drees-maVing of
any kind. Prices reasonable. Florence
Perkins, Parre road, 'phone 84-6. 6tl2
NOTICE I will be in Barra at D. C. Wit-
mot s Shoe store, Wertne-1y, July 1. In
tte interest of the HUDSON and ESSEX
eutmTK-b lea. R. LChaee. 1 ;4tX
WE syARfEN all makes of asMy raxor
blade ; also plain rasors and arlssnrs ;
Vermemt Sharpening Co.. 11 Granite street :
call 6!-R. ttf
LAWN MOWERS PHARTEVED and put In
(Irst tlva running order for 81.26; railed
for and delivered ; Vermont Sharpening Co.,
11 Granite street: call 6P6-R. !Hf
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Chaa. M. 11 th Distributor, packer snd
shipper. Furniture and plana moving
with derrick equipment: all work guar
anteed ; 5 Merchant street. Tel. US-W. 2tf
LA WN-MOWERS8HARFENED AND RrS
PAIRED Called for and deliveri :
Granite City Toed Co.. J"el. S-W. 41tf
DANCtNG"T.ESSONS rrivate Instruction
by appointment : rail at lit Main street.
phone 4-W; Marts Quinlan. ISitf
TO RENT Varaam cleasers; The Eiertrie
torn. 14 Elm street. S44tf
LOST AND FOUND,
LPT Near -National Life building, MonU
pelier, a veal let containing sum of tioney
and valuable papers; notify Mr. Brown at
above tlace ; Liberal reward. 104ti
r0U7vT Email white canvas shoe : owner
caa hare bv proving property and par
ing for advertising at Timea office. lOJtS
LOST HoUtein ealf in or about E. MontC
petier.; rvsristerad No. 427SM ; finder
please notify Mrs. MaHe Rugn, Farwell
street. Barre, VC, Tel. 07-ll. 9t6
ROOMS TO RENT
TO RENT Four office rooms; ia large
front room: nd floor; inouira of uin-
laa house. 17! North Mam etrert. '.ill
POULTRY AND EGGS
FOR KALE White Leghorn yearlinss:
Lord sirain: G. A. Be ism, Long street.
Rarrr. Vt.. Tel. t-S-W. 10
E. A. Strout Farm Agency
i. J. DASHNEJL
YJ Your Farm HLl?
W e Have 5U Over 20 JOOO Farsss W Date
N Wm tee J iJi,J ikni Y rv
ON ACCqUNT OF ILL HF.ALTHIwnt
to sell my two-ton Federal truck ; with
it toes tha job of drawing 600 conia of
pulp wood 18 milea; on good road for truck
J,nKi.w!'l d; call or write H.
S'..;,"rJcJ Orange, Vt. ltMt
Webstervilie or Granitevilla ; inquire of
r.rJ,..t'l?"deSf Washington, Vt J03t4
'OR SALE-iGood second hand one-horse
Osborrt mowing machine; Frasik K.
Bailey. Tel. 734. . 10214
FOR SALE Buggy
now ; a Da Laval
and sleigh, nearly
rooa as new; Peoples Meat Market. 176
FOR SALE Gentleman's bicyclei in first-
class condition; inquire at 9 Elm street
"-J? ".. at Fiander's store. lOOtf
FOR SIAI-E Few ton of "No. ihrjln th.
dd; Theo. Thygesen, So. Barre; Tel.
398-4. ... loots
PERCALE REMNANTS '
Light colors, assorted Patterns, 8-4 to 8
Jds. puces. 3 lb. Bundle, about 1 yds.
81.75 post paid. Walter Scott. Box 140.
YARN MADE FROM YOUR WOOLTwrita
for price list and particulars; II. A. Bart,
lett, jlarmony Maine. . j lt2
FOR SALE Green Mountain silos, sugar
tools, farm machinery, furnaces, firs ex
tinguishers, oil burners ; suiwerintions for
Time. Rural New Yorker frj. H. Adams.
S. Barre. Tel. 827-X. 87tlltf
RKE SLiGinxY Used phonographs
FOR SALE at a Bargain price; also otis
piano, used only about six weeks ; also cms
player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co.. Barm
WOOD FOR SALE No. t selrtcl old :
growth body block wood, on lot of de-
llvered. Tel. 105-J. 8ltf
FOR BALBOA" preparation for cleaning
granite and marble monuments; brightens
up tha lettering and makes the whole pionu.
ment look clean and new: guaranteed; pries
on application f James Sullivan, 114 Prk
street. Barre. Vt. lstf
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR BALE The E. A. Prindle house at
88 Keith avenue, corner Summer St. and ,
Keith avenue. 174tJ
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE
. PIGS FOR SALE ,
326 Cheater and Yorkshire cross. 75 Berk-
at 66.00 each. These are a very select lot
of pigs, all wauied and feeding good. Will
ship any amount of the above lot C. O. D.
on your approval. A. M. Lux, 206 Waih-
ington street, Woburn, Mass. Tel. 873-K.
FOR SALE Three extra good cows, tuber
culin tested : 1 new milch and 2 to fresh
en in a few davs; Frank Calcagni. 22S
River St., Monteplior; Tel. 743-W. lOL'tf
MANUFACTURER offers unusual oppor
tunity for salesmen traveling Massachu
setts, Maine, New Hampshire and Ver
mont. Crew managers or canvassers in
their own territory. . This is an oppor-.
tunity pf lifetime for right party. Prod
uct is best seller with absolutely no com
petition, and repeat business is simply
phenomenal. All replies considered con
fidential,' Beardsley Speciality te,, 867
Boylston, Boston. Mass. 103W
HORSES AND VEHICLES
HORSE FOR SALE Good driver snd good
wooker; Bernie Smith, Gramteville, Vt..
297-6. 104 tS
FOR SALE Bay mars.
1200 lha., . suitable
19A Hilton Ave,,
for farm use; cheap;
ALL ROADS LEAD TO
Upstairs for Hone Goods, Downstairs for
8 State Street Montpelier, Vermont
Ail our lightning rods bear this tag,
which is your guarantee that they are
approved for installation in our state.
This little tag on lightning rods is
worth money to you and entitles vuu
to a ten per cent reduction on fire in
surance on your buildings. Rod build
ings now before you fill your Larns
with hay and use underwriters' ap
proved material. We have it in stock.
Come and see. "
MARSH-ALLEN CO. 7
N. E. .Telephone 140. Orsngs Co. Telephone
While They Last
Telephone 140, Orange Co. Telephone
1 Barra, Vt
A FEW SPECIALS
Xew ITigh Wheel Pivot Axle Riding
Cultivator , flfl
Good Used Rake , $10
Nearly New Tedder $:3
Good Used Mower $i
Used International Low Dovra Spread
er, good condition $S
On nearly new 7 H. P. Engine $13!
One 4 1-2 H. P. fngine $Si
N. E. "Phone Ii. Orsngs County Telet hon
LOAD YOUR . HAY
with a John Peers Hay Loader. T!i
loader with the wheelbarrow mount
ing. We hare them in stock ready tt
hitch toon a minute's notice.
Deere Tools are Quality Tools. Xuf
N. E. Telephone 14S.Oraage C. TelephoTM
Saftey and Economy
1st W ttMt only approved material
the bast quality and workmmnehtii and
modern patterns, that will beautify
weO aa nrotert your tmiidings. .
tvd Our aaiiled workmen are erJiw
with an outnt for properly Installing ln'ht
ning rod, snaking yon a job, that, whei
done. M a aatwfact te oa and ear r
Srd Fuilitingv rdded v. ik appreve n-m
teetat. bearing h,heH -e(,ieH read TSD1
WRiTKKH LABORATORIES INT.. IN
SPKCTfD MtTrKIAL rtlit I.lGHTNiXt
kOI L-.Uir..NT- wi',1 be enuft to
statietanidil ret,irtion ia re nar-ne
rate. Ail er SMteriai beam the lr
reu'ared by State saw. ar.4 ill aeeure en
rtrfteanera of a IS per rent rre)jrlo e
tfceir tire rwarsr-ee on i!lii:.rv. Low
fur the b;e laNel..
N. E. Tbooe O-sarv Ceusty Te et he
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