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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1932.
r APQVT WE STATE Bappealogi of latere!, ttam Different Money has-been pledged for ti 13, p)0 building iu Ludlow fr Masonic tempi, jsitttenteen yt'W dgu the Ma sons eeeured a lot' on Main atreet -for hat purpose.,. Vjlljiajfl 41ier, (SBoapud froni ihe Brattlehoro rptreat k 'Phursdav, was jiicatcd at the Central Vermont rail road irtatjin Jn jSt. Albans Friday aft ernoon and t)i t"" Bmltkboio. Walter It. Mattisoii, presiilput, of the Yerniunt Nevelty company, . Inc., of Pennington, and Charles V. Ihompeon, tlfiiki have nlA with the- secroUrjE atatae a certiflpats showing that of the company's $,r0,000 papital stork, $14, BOfltiaa been paid ia ta the treasury. Rev. Allan C. Ferrin, for several yeftra pastor of 9 yhurch in Chester, ildfls., but frmrly ' Bly v.,:'AA rA ii Hririiifrfield t'omrrega- tiunat church has accepted a call toi (ha CQBgregatinual ahwrish in Clare-land mont, N. II., and will assume lha place t once. John Batiste, a Rutland trackwalker, was instantly killed at Burlington Sunday mpri)ing, vhen a train struck the -handcar on which he wan riding. It in thought he was trying to get the hnrfcir' off the track when the train "truck it. - The dead man was an Italian, 84 years of age, and leaves a wife and three small children. i B. R, Field met with a serious and" painful accident .at hi home in Corn wall last WPek when he jumped from load of hay which was beioH1 upt, striking upon some portion of the wag I on, which penetrated the flesh on hi right hip, making a large and ugly wQuud. Mra. Bert E. Merriarn, many years a resident of Bellows Falls, sailed ' .Ju.lv 15 from Vancouver on her way to Russia. She haa signed up for a year's atay in Vladivostok by the American Y. M. C. A. Her husband, who was for several years the superintendent f schools of the town of. Rockingham, has been in Vladvostock three years. He is at the head of the American work of th educational department of the Y. M. G. A. in that city. The residenee ef Selectman Myron H. Ray at the north end of the village, of Bellows Kails was thoroughly ran sacked by burglars Thursday night, they being heard about midnight. Every room on the first floor was vis ited and the cellar. About ?rQ in cash and some iewelrv'and keepsakes are missing. The same methods were used at the recent break in Charles T. Al len's house, entrance being pained by a window. Tle police department are following a number ot clues. Philip Bouffard died Saturday mornine at , hia home in Winooski while taking a- bath just after eating a hearty breakfast, death being caused by aoute dilatation of the heart, in duced by acute. indigestion. .Mr. Wnnffa rvt vhn 22 vears old was em ployed nights in the mill of the Ameri can Woolen rompany and, having re- itirnmA ImmA frnm flll-niffht. rlurv. flflH partaken of his breakfast, he decided i .to take his liatht befor lying down for hi day's rest. Death recruited almost Immediately , . A lMgo harfl on the farm of A. C. Bedell in Eljnare wB destroyed by fire Thursday morning ; together with about 15 tons of new hay. two work horses, nine calves and small tools. The house on the place was destroyed by fire In January, and fire startinar from an-unltawH cause and the family was Two" Tlie alert business man dealing with present day- condition 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 qI his own business. It is in the air, and on the. tip of every tongue. . . A And yet many of them entirely too many are"thinldng on only one side of Turnover. They think of it as "meaning rapid selling putting money in and "getting" it but qufckly 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 the 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 tho salesman meets him across the counter. That is the function of Advertising living in a temporary shack until a new houla could be erected, which the pwner rilannad to do sotm, the lumber being all sawed out and the contract having . i a . li : been awarded a oarppnuir. n i thoucht both fires mar have been in oendiarv. The barn was insured, b,t feidl'a l5a.'ffilL.fi25;!l?!?l,,e To the Voter ef 0re. County. After having been, urgert by my friends from all aver tla county to stand for re-electioB for the office uf assistant judge, nd S.s long as it 1)S been the usual custom in yna county to hold that office for w terms I have derided ta Itf ft candidate for said olli-" and I ball la pleased ta receive the loyal -support of the "Vfiters tf Qranee- wnntw for said office at the primary, fleotion on September 12th. 1 fl. W- SMlt, Htindolph, Mis 'Grace RanisdalJ, who has lififn yissilipg her aunt, Mis Streetpr, will yisit at the lionta of Arthur Maxhura in ?ha,dy Rill week- Leo Marlon ri Montreal lias been upending t.b, past week with pis a'ipt uncle, JJr, and Mrs, p. it Jjeurt- i ra Ui '. . . ' - Jessie Culver has been spending the past wenk in. JJarre with frifnds. Mrs. Alex England from Xo.tltfield called on lilies iitreeter Sunday. The latter ia able ta fc't HH ftn4. M a.nit a little. . . . . . . ' B. S. Gove .had ffte ' nisorUine to have- his kift ahouldaa put- wit tut joint last waeli. w '.-. , fr. and Itfrs, O. II. Jieu-lrMij and son, Leo, spent Sunday in Cambridge. Mr. and Ifri. f, J, Travis, and Mr. and Mrs. P.- W. Davis were in Stowa Sunday ta yisit M'8. F P?v Ed- Doane from Jfew - Vork City, who had been visiting his sister, Mrs. Erhardt, left here Friday for ljjs..hQma in New York. Mrs. and Mrs. C. A. Patterson, A. R. Rmerson and M. L. Lihhey spent a short time in Montpelier last week, Mra. Lizzie Cooper from ' Montpelier i? visiting friends in this .place and is stepping at Mra. -M. J. and E. M. Ayers'. ; . EAST BRAWTREE'" ' Mr. and Mrs. I'erley Rand, Mr. and Mrs, George Rand, Herbert 4n4 Rilby Rand of Barra were Sundsy gv?t a K. V. Kfj't's'. Miss OIalys Hyxer ia Attending summer school at Burlington. Cliarles McCuen c&mc Saturday from Higlipate Center to pass a week with ilia family here, - Carmine St. Jermain of Randolph was a nunday guest at Ilarr fergu son's. Mina Ruby Blanchard has gone to Highgate Springs, where ah has em ployment for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McCuen and twp sons of Highgate Center were week end guests at R, M- Rowell'a. Mr. and Mr. By Plough n three children from Heat tie, Waah., are visi tors at D.-W. Kisber's. Mr. and Mrs. ; Harlow Abel and daughter of Warren were at L. V, Abel's the first of the week. Miss Olga Woodbury haa been pass ing a. week with friends, ia 'orthlied- CAPSULES Quick Relief for Indigestion, 1 Dyspepsia and Constipation S cents at Dnigvlsts below or from JaquM Capsule Co., Inc., PUtuburs. N,Y. Rarr Urwa C., Ma reel Gee, C. Sanbvra, Narthfield. Vt, ' Sides of TmritoYei: Publish! ky tha Bam Daily with Tkt American AtsocUtioa T n'ljir., i, ii i i mi urn 1 1 .(.cu ii i imni iitulm ijiti,.j,.i,ni.i ii , , unman , - Lost in The Woods ''' . '"' "'" " " 1 . 'ii M)i nimUm .jjiuji JI..U1II unit tmm jiw i n n inn in .111 III I K Hi" it I mvvTrp. ii v - '"" rn.'a-: rsr rYMl, WW IMA HUU r:' -.i-.:'a::.!V:'iw.-.-.-.-.--v,.::.-:- tPAL HAVE )fOC hinn v Ail I aids OW VOVP." VACATION REAL ESTATE AT AU0CTION Th uadamiamaaT will sett tion on .. ... . . .. . at uoblio sue? L Monday, July 24, at 2 ot;Iock an the prefnneji Berlin Corntr, the fol lVw'iS iemrihii real et:i The Patnode or Sibley Farm toealledt until recently aaeupicd by Crif. PatTtodw, tronUhtilna about M acrea ef lard ; 'ill m twi n! Mi ni M 9 (ana, of hay (his ysr wshV-el awM, (II up in good shape, newly papered and paint-' 4 throughout ; food barn, henhouae, aar aire, ' ete. - - fterms. at tuna of eele, Mnndari July (4, fn, at ele4i -fn the aleniea. - 7 "OE5Rf!S Ct BENJAMIN Qaf, D, A, PERRY. Awotionaar. ... . F. L. MULIKEfJ & CO. ,- Mimker of the CaaMltiiatee 6ock Rschaace - of Mew York Stock and Bond Brokers 15 State Streef, Boston . EatakUthtd iii W1 .. New Yarli n4 Jloston storks boffh, f cash or carried on margin Despatches from the leading financial agencies at our clirpti' disposal . Our . Miricet Utter Pevoted te -. Nickel Plate ; ; Royal Diitcli - American Zinc . Will be Mailed Free Upon Application ' , Pireet Private Wirt to R- Q. Latham, fid Broadway, New York 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 being 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 everything else. . . 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 and are actually getting the high turnover that others are trying so strenuously to get through intensive selling. . Times, la co-operatioTi f A4ettiaiax Ageaciea Ail - ESTATE OP DANIEL 8AEQR1TI. Stale at Vermont, BUtriisft of WaahiatrUa, a. .'h htfBufaiila pfiabat cwirt for tha Kl" ''S.!?..'..ln1.;r,fiT' J T -h-t" TT-.tJ.-J. lawful eiainiania of the rw. and. . ordered that uuhlitt . notify thcrvn he triuen to all persons inUreated in laid tat by jpublwliin tbil orditr three weeks uo etaaiveiy previous to the day assigned, iq the Barre Daily Tim, a nwapaiMW puW lwhcd at City f Barre, ia said dutrict TllEPJErORB, Yim art aerb notitteJ to appear at tn f nobata oflica in Montpetli said dUtriat, on tilt day aaaiyqad, th thui Given under mr hand. th ii' flay of July, fftAMX i, MARTIK. Judae. JaivU-Auf.n GROCERY STOCK FOR SALE AT AUCTION Friday afternoon, July 21, at 1 o'clock. Graaik stratr-jua anea th bridge and epBoaite the Etertri lighting itslien. , t Stock eopiifaita of groceries pf all kinds, Including Vaaa. eoffee, laioaa, large auaqkity of taportad. 01i PU In oim gallon re, ... mcaron(, vermicelli, tobacco, U (tiada r oaB, aoap nowor, brooms, lot of vsnked gaata, Jnaluding peaa, baani eborrio. pre. serve, and (n faet, everything unutlly rr. ried In a grorery store, catering ta Italian and Spanish trade. -, ",- . ' Tarma gt time of talc, Everything wtU go, a owner fniut make a ehange. Friday afternoon. ir. A- rartBT, ASCI enetr. .1, WHERBAS, ' i4 ewiet ha Mi(,ni th ..,n,i. h.ti. v-, aiiow.nj tnei jam w n. -juuir pr.yln for hen., and authority . .. v r . etate of .aid Jwaaaed ta a aacree oi mi vaaiuue tr aa-in eauiw T e . j . .v. As.&n. I whom State of VermoBt, District of Waahtagton, sa, The hoaornai nmoau wurt e the diar Iriet aforwaid. to the hair aad all poraon inttnxud in (he tau of Emily Colhr. iaU bl ' it of iinai. a u d liiiljiat. dacaaaed. Van te executor. to sell all witi eitua- tud jn (he -City ut Rarr. in aaii) d- v. i f i . mtiniif MeiaJ ld aaid court that It u. I. - .11 hut. :-",jrjzr. vtit j ":.v 'Ti Mll. KtGU .11 Ull ftVt 1' 1 M.H4 u - 'V .,1 M 1 aetj aaid real eetata and rmvert the tunv into money. And brinuina inta court th eenuint ad pproati6n In ritlna, of all the heir to said taw weMina in- thi atata, and sat- l"f IWn ine h i . wiirnniDnu tin? Jarth the nation ot W real tt. ' .i.-i.i.-, 1 yn, Imrrryf t v. t. Mi nn. i.ue- aauo, (9rin, py pubilhipa- aia orner, t rether with h time ad ple ef heaeina. three aweka suweeaivtly in the Bartr Pailf Tinwa, a aewspapar whih circulatai in th neighborhood of thoae person tntereated in said aetata, ell t wMek ewMwatiaii aaal) be prrvious to ihe day aasif'ned for hearing. THEREFORE you are hereby notified to tfBtar kefate iai4 fwrt, it the time and Elaca aaaigned, then n there ia raid eourt mane your objection ta the erupting ef uh lieanae. tf yot aea aauaa. Qlvn ynder my hand at Montpelier, in aaid diatriet thi llh day ef July, 1HZ. PRANK . MAH'llH, Judae. Jlyl M9-2S ' - - j EAT ATE Of IYMAN J. CW)UCH, State of Vermont, district of Wuhinrtoo, as. Th honorable neobat eoura f the die. trtrt sf Wuhinatoa i ta all nerfton inter exted in the eatate of Lyman 3. Clourh. lata of CJofc ta . yam deeed, CREETlNd! , At a pre ha to eourt holden at Montpelier, within sad ftw aaid. dittrwt an the lOih day of ivif. Itoit, an tntntmett a.urnort- ln to be ahe Mut win an teauunen 'of Lyntaa J.-Clough Mm M 4t.t raa HawakaLt4 lata ef Labot, in aid diatrkt. drceaacd, rnv areaentrd to live rpwrt aYorwatd. for nrobate. Aad it i ae-davad ky aaKl eourt that the 2nd y ef AaNet, IS, at th probate (!! ft a.lti Kontpajier, be aaljrnd for previna; aaid inatntmewtr and that neaiaa Liwreof ha arivn ta ail sraene toncarned. by publiehina thia order three waeka sue ceMlvaly in th Bane Daily Time, a new iper circulating- 1 ia that vwmlty, ia aid diilrict. prvieM to the tun p- pomw. narerw yi are aereey notin notified to ae the time and pear briar ud court, at plare afonaaid, and eonteat tea probata aaid mU, tf -awe have saiate. Given under my hand at Montpeli, ia .aid district, thia loth day" of July. lilt. ESTATE Of 8lAN J. JONES, State of Vermont, district, of Waahtngtoh. as. Th honorable probate court for the die frlct sforeaaid, t all swraooa lpter.tMl in the wtate of Sunn J. Jone. late of City of Rarr. la said district, aVieoaaed, CBEET-INC.- . WHERKAa, aaid enurt ha aeiicmed th Srd day of Auguet neat for aeamining and allowing the account of the exacutria of the netata of &id dwaaied and for a tor of th aetata of M doreaaed and for a deer of the eaeidue of eeki aetat to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all oeraon iateraeted in said tat ay ublih ing thi order three week sueeeutvely rrcvi mta to the day aashrned. tn th Ham Daily Time, a aewnappe publiahed at City Barre. in aaid diatriet. . THERtruRB. you are hartby notifted ta appear at the probate office to Mootpellef, fn aaM dhitrtct, a th day aasigned, then d there to eeataat the allowance of aaid account if gov e cau.e, and to astabiwa your rurht a helm, learateoa ana lawful tialmant ta aaid midue. Given endeg my hand this 10th day July. ISU. ' FRANK J. MART1K. Jadga, JIyU-lS-2t Large Truck for Sale Packard-Type . Ed. Five Yard Van Dorn Body Very Qukk Working Van Porn Hoist - Detroit "Cab Power T.kt Off. New in May,- 1921 -' Low Milcagw Fin Working Order . CaTl or Writ Maurice : W. . Dewey National Life Insurance Company, Montpelier, Vt, INSIST ! ! on Quicli-Soating PISTON RIMSS When overhauling your car. All sizes in stock. H. G. Bennett , Barre Garaf ; t Three Lines for 25c Th Tlm will puWIdh WnU. Los eni fmiiid. for JSnle, To Let. ete. short sflvjr (liemcntat the rate of time Hnn to wenty-flv. cents for the fltst inertion anq pin cmli tqt etch subnequapt fmertton. FARMS FOR SALE FARM OF ABOUT 100 ACRES FOR KAI.1U lr lmhrf will li with all erorw and mi. i rom vvssninvwn i w . m i..i. t4 jij. it.l.r. irito box S7. R. F. b.' No. 8, WlUiamtown. f to- plm phone 10-4. lQ3t6 FOR SALE Onof the beat monjr mfklnif j n -it... tA rm litftlll III 11 ttiiHV ' . ' . ; . . , state road, t 1-4 milea from villaKe, havintc TO RENT Tenement of 8 room with mod tin Wuh unhoo). Tliia farm oonniaU of 22fl rn imrovementji. on irround flooti flV atree ayiiblj' -divided ; fine get of buildinea. pever luiunlf water w "in vf " I accredited herd of aaod podin own i priced rranonabla ; nauon toe Hing, other iKwinea: for full particulars inquire of n. E. Smith, WlllUvmatown, Vt. ;..94t FARM OF"l00 ACRES FOR SALE 3 mile from Barre, near Raymond Dcimcr farm i ane of the beat aet of buildinai in town ! new at of tools; 22 hrd ot cattle: vill trade for umall fla; Peter Hendricknon. F'lainfield. Vt, Tel. 9-2, tf FOR 8ALB---Villaire farm,"8()"irre. 4 mile from MoBMwlir; John ' f, Bepjamin, Barrc. Tel. 10S-R. . . . TBtf. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AH kind of -real eatatst farwui. all ire and loeetionii : villus prppertiM, al kind ; Stores, feed and .w . 'mills I . f nta( at Joe's pond; call and see m ; write or lelenhona what Sou want if rou mean bi.a Jnea J we caii suri show ' you th e-otvla 1 prices and. temis right A. R. COLE and P.S. ROGERS, Agents, 1 , MrshfiedtVt. fJtf FOR; JSALE--Lprated about two miles from Barre City. 1 acres of fine early oil witn early fruit orchard : atrawberry nateh with 1000 planta. to "bear nert yean land ea necislly adapted for trurk trardenina. buiUfe inr oofiaiat of ilx room rettaye, in natural flninh, hardwood floor, never failina pprirur watr. Thin property for immediate sal at low cah price; yrite to "XYZ," e(re pf Tuna offiae, 7tl BETTER DO. IT .NOW! Buy While It Is Cheap! . These Will Bring More the Next Time They Are Sold Bis acre, all in tillage, just outaide. One of (ha bi( modern housas in ihu eoction. Nine room houe with hardwood floor and i finish ; modern plumbing, heated : Plata glass window s. fin porch and excellent view. Baement barn ; quantity of fruit, priced to Bill at only t400O.8O. itight take bouaaa in exchange. ' House in south end; senta for I10.SA Br month. Priced to aeli at only 1109.00. It Ia worth more but the owner live out of the city and instructs u to teil st one. fiS arm farmer three and on, half mile fram the city for only 1900.00. Will cut SV ton of hy thi. yean wood and fat buildings. Owner hat -another farm andt cannot take care of thus. , Let u give you more particular 'ward ing there. They won't remain on the mar ket long. GOULD'S PIANO-ROOMS aUbliabed 18M . , The Square Deal Place ttepreaentlng the follrwing Piano rtehnlng CiBmra Louter Milton Sit issi in i rt- isez Eat, iea A.k for book of a thotnand refarenaaa. no. as opauitiine st. rnon tb-w BARRE. VT. . GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors Currier Block , Mondaj, Wednesday, Friday 7 to 8 ' . p. m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday t 5 p. m. Thone Office 6fi2-y. Peldpce 2fi-Y. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room 81. Miles Building Telephone Connection , OFI1CK HOTJBRt t a. wi. tn If m. en4 1 te n. m. Monday. Tneaday. Thuraday and Friday DR. HOWARD A. DREW osteopathic prrvaiciAN BLAMCHAKO BLOO. Tbonesi Offlee, f0t-W ftasidenee, TOe-V TEU, OFFICE (21-M. RESIDENCE. MS-M COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BLOCK NOT ART PL'BUO DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Spedallzino In the Diseases of lie Skin and Cancer. Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m. and I to 3 p. m. daily. Wednrada-r and Raturdaw E renin i none jif tt. noota I Mfles OraniU Build in. Parre, Vt. PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulane gars ha Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Sttiare. Bsrre. Tl, connexion. T S-W Surrey and Auto Hire Transient and Limited Livery Service James McGlaflin, Msrr., Formerly Cutler Bros. Livery Tel. 160 CADILLAC LIVERY Trips ly tbe mile, bour or day. reasonable ratea. I. X. HOUSTON. TEL. 6424 WE ALWAYS JIAVE Jaat what raw era Isnsr ag far ta tk ffn ef wery. a-lvrrware. M giaaav - AJae 9& M 5?A4ary Oct wstra ari cr retwhr wort grawv O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ?4 PXM err-ftf ' g'f OLC ACCXI f& -fc.&7b.4 AMZUCAZT RENT TO RENT Five-room ternent oa El inors trot ; lo a five-room tenement a Cump strati Euith ii. 4 el. M. IWtt TO ItKNT - 6-room tenemnt, rorties Berlin and Smith St.j MeAUistpr & Kent. TENEMENT TO RENT-AIao itandinu fcy for salet taoulw of A.htrn, 41 Rut S Tol OJR.W tr TO RENT One titifnent, lt floor, Maple avenue; two tenemnta, ' lot . pat mitth o t-..-tm frA floor. Laurel lit nut fknm an.nl! tjimamMi t 2nd floor. West ! street i E. L. Smith. eK onA..W. Clark to painter. Trow hill. Tel. 286-Y. fcstf fa TRENTFour; or five room furnii-hed or . unfurnished apartment, with m,,,r j enieTie ! centrally lot abed ; "rite to 1 'M. ' are Tim mi affioe. 1 BS Pleasant atreet: E. L. Dens more. , 98tf FOR Ri?Nnr Tn vrv dMitrftbia aoartments In the Park theatre building-, all modem i apply to A. B, Carter. Mirr. 28tf TO RENT Five roam downstair tenement with electric Hirhts and bath. rell'T, bam privileirea and (rood Burden : alrnated at 14 rirksit . M.nkw. ss.R or Inonira at IMS Howland Bids. ltf FOR RENT -raom "eotta, honsa on Benjamin. Tel.'lOIS.K. lt HELP WANTEDFEMALE WANTED Ros pec tab toToiisei eter on 1 farm, 2 nj!lf frm Barre; mut he nt and clean and a aood cook ; none other need apply j writ to, ''A. fl," ear lime ' hiyimrwork and rook in e : irood waae and tiimi fn tKa rlirht nenion : address Mrs. Alic MacLaurin. Randolph. Vt 100t8 WANTED A kitehn sriri capable of doina hnrt order, work t write ta "U, care Bern num. v:-.-:.-; :. '..'- -. ;,tfg WANTED-A kitchen airl and waitreu : rn- 672-M. - - - - Mtf WANTKri An eanerimoed woman- : for . housework In famflv of two on farm. For Bartkular Write ta "H." ar Times. 88V6 W rrTF.DVoiinai woman to enter Barr City hospital tralnfn rhoo1 to train t beeonis mir apply t the superintendont t the hospital. - 18Ttf HELP WANTEDMALE WANTED Six snad acanite cnttor. puen ahop tLOO minimum: atfa.dy wor!. Nor Ct4s f. Stony Crack. Conn, ... l?tS . WANTED. , , , . GRANITE CUTTERS AND QUARRYMEN Ta Uke plaee of th moo whoa aarae irwnt with" thi Company expired an March 8 let, 1022. and who hava rrfused to rraume work on the , AMERICAN PLAN I ' Pm,n,ni w.Dlm-n-n at MlLfimu. MAB. k FPVE. N. H., and STONY W' r navine- hivh rln Mnnumental rranite 'cutters and earwra. S W to18 (law imerrvrnea Sft S" to n.4ii Pr n p-h riin furniihed free tSOO.OO Ult'R IN- fiURANCB ea hK aa h-Mweina in. our employ. Work in condition at our plants are the heat in the Grunite Inrtiwtry. APPRENTICES WANTED To !f".ra the granite mttina; trad?. Onod pay to start and edvaaeetnetit araerdiar to Imnrovemcnt. Full wagea when you ,n vrurt , .tgndrw day1, work, . . v APPLY TO The Milford Pink-Victnria White Granite I . Co.. Milford, Maw. WANTED Boy for haying; Tel. SM-VL ' - 1(l4t3 wXNTT'.n-,Mn. forhafing. CalTP. rVmr- nlrr. Tel. 3!6-U. 165tfl WANTED A boy." Itrwanta- position an a farva the rest of thi. Taxation i ornfer ahly a nlaoa near Barre or om hlh achool whrra he eonM work for hoard and i(e to high achool this' fail and winter! writer b hd fur nminn: ddre "P. F. C " ISO Jfft Seminary etreet. I04tl' RY WORKERS. POLISHERS, TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS. TAKE NOTICE v a j, .A r m v. -k. erf swam a 1j A n u I K U U is Ij ri l XN BARRE, VT.. AND VICINITY t AT PRESENT WANTED WANTEDA place by a mlddt! wom an a doneatec re, lackine after eld erly sotmla. or will . war by th day er wtrk; "A.HrTuna office. J04t$ WANTED- or a-irmw tenement, ern Vralty loratedi aaU M-Y o 4iH-. 102tf POABDERS AND BOOMERS WANTED At " Thurston plaea, aiT North Seminary trwst: reasonable board. iit4 WANTED Sewine and drese-makina of a trr kind. Pn reaaonable. Florenn Perkin. Earr road, 'phone - Sir 1 2 MISCELLANEOUS NOtlCEf will ba in Parrw at D. C. Wil- mnt'a Shoe .tore, Wednesday, July IS. In the Interest of the HUDHON end ESSEX eutomobUra. R. L. Chase. 104U WE SHARPEN all make of safety ramr blades : also rilatn raior and arissors Vermont Rhartwnina Co.. 11 Granite etreet call f?-R. . - eStf LAWN MOWERS KHARPENEb and put In first class yunnm order for si.ft: railed foe and delivered : Vermont Bharpsnmr Co.. 11 Granite street; call 96-B. fStf LONG DISTANCE 'MOVING Chaa. M. Leith Distributor, paclter and ahirper. Furniture and piano movlni with derrick equipment: nil work iruer- antewd : 65 Merchant atreet. Tel. 88-W. C2tf LA WN-MOWERS SHA RPENEDAND R& PAIRED Called for and deiiveivd: Granite Citr Tool Co.. Tel. 88S-W. 41tf DANCING LESSONS Privst instruction by apooinmisnt: can at tn Main arrncv nhone SS4-W : Marie Quintan. lattf TO RENT Varuam cleaners; Th ETertrii (Store. 14 Elm etreet, ss.w LOST AND FOUND FOUND A aasnll Week and tan female hound: E. L. Klandera. Oranaw, Vt.. Tel. 19-..H. . lKtl LOST- Friday night, a fl-jewel Hamilton watch, on or between Plarkwill and Brook streets ; reward offered if returned to the Times ofTW. l"4t LOSTT Wa'emvsn fountain pans finder pleaae call W-M. l'HU COST Near National Life buttdinaT. Mnnb. pssirr. a snsilet containiag suns nf t tuner and valuable B per ; notify Mr. Brown at above filar! Liberal reward. 104 FOUNT Small wheJ eensw shoe ersa can haw by provinc property and pa Ine for advertioinf at Times office. 10.M3 ROOMS TO RENT WTrSST Four onVw "Targe Uuto liif front mm : tnd sVonr : l-iulrs f Ian bouse. 172 North Main trsU POULTRY AND ECIGS FOR S A l.E V ;t"lTt born yVlines : Lord) strain : U. A. nenus, aa long street, Barre. Vt.. Tel. (-. !. W e Have SM Owae tOJOOO Faes-s re Issiag tee sssf ae srtfeaVewel cae. ea Da Ye twy cr. a see E. A. Strout Farm Agency aa With i. DAKXJ. kfc HOUSES TO fjl Sell tfV VJ Your Farm tie lent, TV r FOR SALE RAS PItERRIE8, RASPBRRI:gwn and Pick all you want for 60 centa i day. R. H;JBjodJrtttL Plaipfipld, Vt. lubti f vu 8ALB-T-LunAer at InUroity uaad tai Knlvh ,,). Ji. -i ! Partculrii inquira of O. A. Lucia,' j ,wl''mirtwnU-eut, 'phone 874-W. 104t iQNi ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH i Vant tO Sell tnv tvvn-inn 1 . I. . it goes .the ioh of drawinar BOD eoril PulP 1? Will: on good road fur truck. tog (will aell very cheap; call or write H. S-S'rh Orange, Vf ' I04W Hy0R SALE-Delivered to EaarBarrei Webaterville or Graniteville; inquire of trneat itendera, Washington, Vt. ' 108t4 ruK MAUE Good second hand one-home . Onborn mowing piashine; Frank K. B"Ue ?. 734. : Wti FOB SALE Buggy and slMBh"rnearI) """i t Laval cream aoparalor a good a newj feopla. Jleat Market. 175 " "-!L.fie,ninBry atreet. 101t8, ruR BALE Gentleman' bicycle, Jn flrt ckus condition : inquire at 69 Elm treet or can.be seen at Flandor's tora. v lOOtf PERCALE REMNANTS ' Light colors, asworted Pattern. 8-4 to vd. piece. 8 tb.. Bundle about 18 yd. J1.7 pewt paid. Walter Scott, Box 14ft. Keen,. N. H. . j pgtf YARN MADB"FROM y OUR WOOL; writ i w "t and particular i li. A. Bart, low. Harmony, Maine. lt2 FOR SALE Green MountainiiiloaT-sugar .. t0''-. frm machinery, furnace, fire ex Jlniniaiheni, . of! burner), subacrfntfon for "me, Rum! New Yorker; G.'TC Adam. 8, , Tel. 827-X. . ; 87lltf rQB RALE at a bargain pric; also ena pfn. . uaaav only about ix wmk: also one P!J"T piano j Ijimonry Clothing Co,. Barre. -.- '-: ' lCt WOOD FOR 8 A LEI Ho. t seltwJ el .. T body Mock wood, on lot or iU jreered. Tel. 108-J Itltf FOR SALE-A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monuments 1,rfuhtna P the,Wtlring and make tha whole mono, ment look, clean, and newt guaranteaxli nrlee en application ; James Sullivan. 114 Frk street. Ban. Vt. ltf HOUSES FOR SALE FOB SALEHouiw and tnr and tha rood in the atar at Eait Bethel. Vt n A,ln. Ea Bethel, Vt. 10bl2 FOR SALE-rTkY E.J A. Prindla waa at V Keith avenue, cornar Summer EL nnd Keith avano. s174ti 1 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE FR SALETWO regisUrsd HoUteln' rows, anq o years oia ana rreeh, other out oon. WiH bo .old rraonabl at one. Call at 86 Granite atreet. 30at SOME "EXTRA' OOOn . PKi!" FOK RALE-i f . a. Martin. Tel. 382-6. Ejt Mnntnr.1ier. road-:' I04ti FOR SAtE-'l8rov.., lt three-yearild heifer, all to freshen thi fall with the exFeption of some now fiwh ; 10 calve nd vcariinsa. All thi. .tork tawted July IS. N. M. BaUholder, Plainfield, Vt. I05tU VOH SALE Three evtra flrood cows, tuber culin tested: 1 new milch and 2 to fresh en in a fw daws: Frank Calcag-nL 22 Uiver St, Monteplierj Tel. I43-W. lOi'tf SALESMEN WANTED SlIJFACTURERofIe'riinu8ual"gp twnity for salesmen travelina Massachu setts. .Maine. New HamnBhire and Ver mont. Caew manaaem or eanvaiiwrs ia their own torritory. Thin is an ot-nor-tunity of lifetime fur riitht party. Prod- is heat aell-er with ah.olutj.ly no corn. Ictitin, and retet htinea is fimply r-hnowenal. All rerlif. con.idcrd con fidential ; Brtrdslrv Speciality Co 8f7 BoyUton, Boston, Mae. 10318 HORSES AND VEHICLES HORSE FORS ALE- flood "driT and "ir-od wooker; Berni Smith, Graniteville. Vt., 887-a. 104 a FOR SALE Bay mare, frr farm nsei chiap; l?00tbT, suitable IDA Hilton Ave.. Worcester, Mans. lotto ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON'S . - TTnpUir tor Horse Gxx!, Downstair fof Auto Spppli. COLTON'S PLACE S State 8treet Montpelier, Vermoat . Lightning Protection . Saf tey and Economy tat We raw - emly appsnwed material ef the. best quality and workmanship and of . modern patterns, that wjll beautify as woll a protest I buildinas. 2nd Our skilled workmen r equipped with aa outfit for properly installing- light ning: ryds. snaking you a Job. that, when done, is a aatisfactico to ua and our cue. tomers. " ' Srd Buildtng rodded witi approved ma teria i. hearing labels which read "UNDKR. WRITF.RS' LABORATORIES INC., IN, 8PECTKD MATERIAL FOR L1GHTNIN0 ROD EQUIPMENT" will be entitled to e substantial reduction in fire insurance rate. All our material hear this label, . raptured by Stata law, and wiil assure out customer of a 10 per cont reduction en their fir insurance en building-. Look fur tha hite asboi. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. 'hone 1W. Oranire County Telephone NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Having (eparated from my wife. Char, lotto H. Prav, I warn anybody from har boring or trusting her on my account, aa I wiil not be responsible for any bills con tracted, by hear on or after this duti GEORGE E. PRAY. Bradford, Vt, July 17, 1922. If. Y- Plymouth Havre Parii FRANCE Jalr I(, Aag. 19. Sept. ? PARIS Aag. J. Aag. 21. Sept. If NEW YORK HAVRE PARIS I a Sarnie -i Aag. If. Srpt. t, Oct. II RawsaUlew . Aag. 14. 8ot. I. Nv. I I sfsretl Aug. 1. eoi. 19. Oct. IS thlfe A sr. 11. Oct. V Nov. La Tearaina ......bent. f. (let. 11, Dec. T La Larraine ...... Sept. 1. Oct. 14 La BoireVmnals ..Sept. Zt. Oct. , !c. f N. Y VIGO (Spaia) BORDEAUX Nsarara .f.Aag. $, Heat, lt All sailings hf daylight earing tins. For full details consult the French Lin Agent in your city or writa to COMPANY'S OFFICE )S Cengreea St, Boston , YOUNG'S HOTEL Court Street and Court Sq. BOSTON, MASS. s Admirably situated in the ren ter of the financial and eommer--;! distrnt. PRE-WAR RATES Rsoais without bath f 1.75 per 4ay and up. Rooms with bath . 13.00 per day and up. The fnrwt noted rfiihs find it in Meml hostelry in vhkh ta h"i their lunxheons, dinners and mert- irp. World-Wide Reputation For Star Es!aad Cook-.cj. J. R. WHIFFLE COHFOHATIO.H Ala g H Tevrmiwe Parker K.