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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE; yT, SATURDAY; AUG US
I ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interer ttota , Difeient Sartitnu. r. for several ', UWIKC ' 1 - t ident of the First Na tional bank of Boston, died at his home in Woodstock Wednesday, aged 70 years. He leave a daughter, Edith. Pe came to Woodstock about 10 years fR' ' . Mi Mae E. Colt-i, who hag been assistant superintendent at the Me morial hospital in" Pa wtucket, R. I-, i. tn he the new sunerintendent at the Kockingharrr hospital in Bellows Fall, beginning iicr auue$ uwre ot;i.,;J. ' John Kamarowski; nine year-old son of Mr.and Mrs. Joe Kamarowski of Bellows Falls, was lrovhed in the Sax ton river recently. While fishing, he lipped from a rock into deep water and was drowned before assistance fould arrive, as he coujd not swim. - Tit. Utinna nf car which Roland Simonds of .Saxtons Kiver was onv ing broke the first of the week, caus ing him to go over a 40-foot.bank into the White river. He had to swim sev eral feet in order to reach the shore He was uninjured, but the car was badly damaged. ' 'r it nrannmnml rpmeterV. St. AlbailS, Aug-: Ifl, Belle vue chapter: D. A. R., erected a marker at tne grave 01 ui. John Werner, St. Albans' first physi cian and a military leader in the Rev olutionary war. ; The rough stone boul der, which marks his last resting place, was not removed, but beside it was erected a granite block on which is placed a bronze tablet bearing an ip ecription. i A wooden building in Bennington occupied by ,the Bennington Velvet Ice Cream company was completely de stroyed by lire Wednesday, with ma ehinery and a truck, whicR had been used only a few months, a total loss. Three hundred gallons of ice cream, ready for consumption on the holiday, Bennington battle day, were also lost. The building was owned by S. B. Hawks and part of it George M. Hawks Used for storage. The estima ted loss on the building itself is $2, )00, with $1,500 insurance, andon the personal property stored there $1,200, with insurance of $1,000. A. P. Pap pas, owner of the ice cream business, was in Boston, so that his loss is un known. WALKER KIMBALL Northfield Girl and Montpelier Civil Engineer Married. Northfield, Aug. 19. A very pretty home wedding took place here Wednes- day afternoon at three o'clock in the presence of the immediate relatives of , both families in the home of Charles Sumner Kimball of Northfield, when I the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. t Kimball, Mildred Calista, became the r bride of Leon Francis Walker, the son t of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walker of Dor chester, Mass. The house was decorated with as paragus, ferns, gladiolas and sweet peas, a color scheme of coral pink and green being carried out. The cere mony was performed underneath an a, .no a nua forflfi B n (I ttlllH fisk U ail" Vt anfaKUo, - " ' amid a background of sweet peas. The V bridal party entered and took their places beneath the arch, while Mrs. George James of Hardwick, a cousin of the bride, played the wedding march from Lohengrin. The bride was pre ceded by little Nathalie Cook, also a cousin, who was the ring bearer. The t bride entered accompanied by her fa rther, who gave her in marriage. Her only attendant was her cousin, Miss Miriam I. Worthen, of Skidmore col lege in Saratoga, who acted as maid of A honor. The bridegroom had as his best man his brother, Harold Everett Walker, of Norwich university, class of. 1923, and a member of the Delta AUCTION ! i - To close out the balance of the Gus tin estate not sold at the previous auction, I will sell pn the premises, on Thursday, Aug. 24, 1922, , at 10 a. m. sharp, 1 The Gustin Homestead consisting of about 1-2 acre tof land witk two-story house, ell, shed, and barn thereon, all in good repair, on 'Main street, in Chelsea villaee. oddo- site the Bank building; also a large' , quantity oi Personal Property including chamber sets, bureaus, ta ' bles, kitchen utensils, stoves, carpets, bedsteads, lumber, the stoves including a good Tunbridge box stove.- There are many Antique Articles such as bureaus, tip table, a butter fly table, en English chair, a hand carved chair, an old-fashioned rocker, mirrors, stands, 10 plates in perfect condition about 200 years old, plates, platters, pitchers, cupv and saucers, bottles, jugs, Bennington ware, water bottle, vases, smoking set, pipes, a cane pipe, a "pip of peace," lamps, pewter ware, foot stoves, warming pan, candlesticks, snuffers snd trays, a Pree- ident sJckson campaign tin lantern, " Indian head workM pictures, sketch of the world, made in 1827, hooks, a large woolen blanket which came from England about 1776 and other articles of interest. Some articles from the collection of E. D. Barnes are included. Terms time of sale. Remember the date. J. M. C0MST0CK, Guardian. B. H. ADAMS, Auctioneer. W. U. UJ r 20.000 Fi xJ Your Farm nL:j n D.S S N bM bada withdrawal 4 UMimnalraMiutkaf E. A. Strout Farm Agency Cesses aalrata With I. t. DASHM4. AswmV lead Bksafc SIS. Bare. TV Siema Tau fraternity. The double rinar service was used and the cere mony was performed by Rev. John Prince, pastor of the Congregational church in Waterbury, also a cousin of the bride. . The bride was attired in white ivory canton crepe embroidered in pearls. Her tulle veil was caught with lilies of the valley and she carried a shower bouquet of Ophelia roses ana swan sonia. The maid of honor was gowned in coral Spanish lace over satin of the same shade. She carried a bouquet of sweat peas and maiden haor fern. The little ring bearer was dressed in pink organdie. . . ., - The bride is a srraduate of the Uni versity of Vermont, class of 1919, and a member of the Alpha Xi Delta and Phi. Beta K Kappa fraternities. Mr. Walker is a member of the class of 11)20 of .Norwich university and a member of the Delta Sigma Tau fra ternity. He served in France during the World-war. The couple received a larce number of beautiful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Walker left immediately following the ceremony by automobile for Springfield, Mass., and other points of interest in Massachusetts. After September 1st they will live in Mont pelier, where Mr. 'Walker has a posi tion with the state as a civil engineer. The out-of-town guests included Mrs. Frank Walker and her son of Dorchester, Mass., IT.HT. Dexter of Virginia street, Springfield, Mass., and hi son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cilfton Dexter, olso of spring field, Mrs. J. W. Flint of Montpelier, Mrs. E. D. Worthen and laughter, Miriam, of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. George James of Hardwick and the Rev. and. Mrs. John C. Prince of VVa terburv. " ' Boat Ride on Lake Champlain, Sunday, - Aug. 20, 1922, $1.75 for round trip, which includes rail ride to Burlington and five hours' sail among the North islands of Lake Champlain from . stations Windsor to Riverton, inclusive. Opportunity is also given to visit Ausable chasm if desired for 85 cents additional. See flyers for particulars or apply to ticket agent, Central Vermont railway .adv. Saturday Bargains Fancy Creamery Butter lb 42c Fancy Dairy Butter, lb. . 39c Western Roast Beef. lb... 20c Western Chuck Roast, lb.. 17c Western Boiling Beef 10c to 15c. Roast Pork .... 25c, 28c, 30c Large Lamb, lb 35c 10 cakes Arrow Borax Soap 55c 10 cakes B. T. Babbitt Soap ouc Laree Pkt?. Powder ...... 25c Full Cream Cheese, lb. ., 30c 3 pkgs. Corn Flakes 25c 2 pkgs. Shredded Wheat . z&c Montpelier Crackers 45c Budweiser Malt Syrup, the best you can buy, can 90c Glass Jars, p. .' doz. . . . 90c Glass Jars, quart, doz. ..$1.00 Jar Rubbers, 3 doz. ..... 25c And good many other bargains. J. G. Shadroui TeL 197-M. 11S South Main St. Saturday Bargains Granulated Sugar, 13 lbs. for $1.00 By 100 lb. bag v..$7.75 Potatoes, per pk 29c Creamery Butter, lb 41c Western Beef Steak, lb. . 30c Roast Beef, lb .... 29c Roast Pork, lb. . .28c and 32c Frankforts, lb. 20c White House Coffee, lb... S5c Gold Hopper Coffee, lb.. . . 35c Sweet Corn, 2 cans ..... 25c Peaches, No. 3 lb. can . . . 25c Cream Cheese, lb. 30c Arrow Borax Soap, 10 cakes for 49c Clean Easy Soap, 7 cakes for 25c Swift's Pride Soap, 7 cakes for 25c Goblin Soap, 6 cakes for.. . 25c Baby Doll soap, 6 cakes . . 25c Oval Pearl Soap, 6 cakes. . 25c Sun Maid Seeded Raisins, . nkflr. . . 16c Mardi Gras Cocoa, half- pound can 17c B. P. Shadroui Tel. 184-W, 50 Brook St. JUST LOOK! 3 large loaves Bread ... 25c Strictly fresh Eggs, doz . . 38c Washington Creamery But ter, lb 42c Large can Tomatoes 18c No. 10 pail Compound Lard $1.40 No. 5 pail Compound Lard 70c Good Sage Cheese, lb. . . 30c 10 cakes Babbitt's Soap . . 50c 10 cakes World Soap .... 55c 10 cakes-Swift's Pride Soap 33c 10 lbs. Granulated Sugar 75c Montpelier Crackers, box . 50c Good Western Steak, lb. . 30c Good Western Chuck Meat, 10c, 14c, 16c Roast Fork, lb. . .25c, 28c, 30c Sausage, 2 lbs 35c Smoked Ham, boneless, lb. 22c Pressed Minced and Boiled Ham, Frankforts and a great many other good trades for Saturday. Just call and see for yourself. Louis Romanos 59 Prospect St, TeL 2JS-W On the HELLO JOHN V' JUSTAMINUTE-F lp " : GOT A GOOD OWET JL r WELL S0L0N& OLD TOP' HOPE Wtt CATCH YOUR TRAIN. SEE MONDAY (CopyrlsMt For Sale Bargain At East Calais, Vt, On Sfate Road Land, Mill and Contents including lumber; machinery and pood water power of about 40 feet fall, of the Levison & Lamb Mfg. Co. .of New York used nearly 40 year by said cor- , pomtion for the manufacture of wood boxes. Good for any busi ness where water power is re quired. Cause of selling death of one of -the principals. Best Location in Town. Apply C G. Levison, 1435 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.. or FRANK E. MARSH ' East Calais, Vt. AUCTION SALE Personal Property Tuesday, August 22, i at 1 o'clock p. m. Bails w' on the premises of the C. J place in the Colby neighborhood, 8 1-2 miles from tfarre, 1 -i miw trom 1'tain- fleld villaetr on middle- toad. Ths un dersigned will sell the following per sonal property i s 11 hiRh-frrade Jersey cows, some fresh, others to freshen soon; 1 year ling Jersey bull; these cattle are es pecially good producers and are all tu berculin tested, are a frood business herd. 1 good all around work horse; 3 extra nice veal calves; 1 Chester white brood sow, bred; 4 shoats; poul try, a lot of hens, chickens, and ducks; rnrif Z:12V. - r ' I r- j - i ' ing machine; horse rake; plow; har row; 2 cultivators; 4 milk cans; milk pails; 1 set of good double work har nesses; 1 set of nearly new driving harnesses; 1 single work harness; sev eral extra collars, bridles, etc.; a lot of chains; small tools too numerous to mention. A quantity of new lumber; some good second hand lumber; a good portable hen house. Household goods, 1 piano;" lounge, beds;; commodes lamps; also 'a lot of other household things. . Terms at time of sale. A. L. LAFAYETTE, Owner. A PERRY, Auctioneer. THE United States Bureau of Standard tatea that in case of houses rood light nlng rods reduce the fire haxard 90 o and in barns and similar buildings 995o. Insurance only pays part of your financial loss, but it cannot restore human lives. "Electre" Lightning Rods one installed always stay installed. Nothing to wear out. No building protected with this system was ever destroyed by lightning. Don't risk disaster to you and yours. Don't subject your family and yourself to the ter rible actual and mental suffering even death that lightning inflicts. Choose the "Elec tra" System now bef or it become too late. Learn more about "Electra" guaranteed lightning protection now. Wnt or telephone our representative, who ia thoroughly com petent to scientifically equip your buildings. Marsh - Allen Company N. E. Telchone 140, Orange G. Telephone. Road of Good Intentions JL PRETTY RICH, HEY?-; (QM SAVOin SCOUT V ITPJ(fl! if (NQ M0RETRA)NSTUei5 INSIST ! ! on Quick-Sooting PSSTON RIHSS When overhauling your car. All sizes in stock. H. G. Bennett Barre Garage SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Beek Steak, per lb. ..... . 29c Boiling Beef, per lb. 10c to 18c Roast Beef, per lb. 20c 16c 20c Fancy Salt Pork, lb. Fresh Shoulder, lb. . . Ham to fry, lb. 39C Frankforts, lb. , Washington Creamery But er, lb Fresh Eggs, doi rotatoes, per pk. Sun Maid Raisins, pkg . . . Honey, 1 pint jars 19c 40c 34c 30C 18c 45c Pride of Niagara Tastry Flour, small sack ... 95c Shredckd Wheat, 2 pkgs.. 25c Jersey Corn Flakes 3 pkgs. 25c Advance Pork & Beans 3 for '. 25c Van Camp's "all Soups, 3 . for 25c Smith's or Ladd's Bread, 3 for 25c Sunbrite Cleanser. 10 can, 3 for . . 25c Hidder Habbep Orders Delivered Free. 2S 30 Prospect St, Telephone 593-M 0 (ff!) Jill to) IE) ii .fn m iTHIS, BUT YOU JDWrx1 KNOW -Wl MENTION IT 4 OH THAT MAN, WHERE 15 HC? ESTATE OF CHARLES C. 8TONB. gUU of Vermont, district of Randolph, sa. Th hoorb probata mirt tor th dis trict frid : To th htr snd sli per ioiu interested tn the tatc of Charles C. SUma, lata of BrookAHd, in said dis tort. drfMd. GRKETINGi WHEREAS, application hath been mad to thta court in writing, br tha administrator, H. Ola Dwinaii. prmrln- for llecnsa and authority . to sell all real es tate of said decnucd. including- the home farm. comprising about 81 irrn of tillage pasture and woodland, and with dwelling hou, hay and stock barn, bona barn, dairy bouse and shop, carriage and tool boua. sugar house, and also one other dwelling house In said town of Brook Held, rrprarnting to said court that it would be beneficial to the bears and sll persons in Imtlid in the estate of ssid deceased, to sell said real estate and convert the same into money, and bringing hito court the consent and approbation in writing, of the widow and all the hairs to said en 1st residing in this state, and setting forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the ssid 'otirt r.ppoin'ed snd assigned thai 6th day of September. 1S22, at the probate effica in Chelsea, in tela district, to hear and decide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered public notice thereof to be given to all persona interested therein, by publishing said order, together with the iime and place of hear, ing. three, weeks successively in the Purrs Daily Times, a newspaper which ri reunites in the neighborhood of those persons inter ested in ssid estate, all of which publica tions shall he previous to the day assigned for bearinr. THEREFORE, yon are hereby notified to appear before ssid court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in aaid court te make your objections tu the granting of ucb license, if you see cause Given under my hand st Chtlsea, in said district, thai 17th dsv of August, 122. GEORGE L. STOW. Judge. Aua-l-2Septl AUTOMOBIIJES FO RS Al.E -Fortf touring r, 1922, with aeif starter, i coed tires and complete equipment of extras. Owner leaving town. U. L. Pratt, Northfield. snows 11S-2. 132t FOR8U.E lvll meant Ford roadster! Will eel lc heap. Inquire St Tremont St. Ii2tf .FOR fiALE Ford sedan, !aflrt clas7coa- Tel. . 128t FOB SALE Dodeo touring ear; Hudson tearing car; call and look them over and hava a demonstration ; Palace Garage., loe, Barre. )24tf NOTICE AUTO RADIATOR SHOP F. R. POIRIER, Proc, EXPERT REPAIRING In Radistors, Lamps, Fenders, Windshields aad Household Utensils. Prompt, Careful Work Guaranteed. 80 State St., Montpeher, Vt., Tel. 104 Rear J. O. Goodrich's Furniture store Improve yotir handwork by using Concord Yarns Ther are guaranteed dependable, uniform fast color and of good quality. Manufacturers of knit ting yarns for over 30 yrs. . Send for free samples of yarns and price list. . 4 oz. sk. SOc. 1 lb. 12.00. In 6 ft. lots' $9,00. Con cord Worsted Mills, West Con cord, X. H. Auction Sale Stock, Farm Machinery and Hay, Household Goods, Etc. As I hare a position in Montpelier, 1 1 am going to be away from, home this 'winter. I will sell at public auction J on i j Wednesday August 23, at 10 o'clock a. m. 'on tha premises, where I live, known as the C. C Robinson farm, about one mile from Marshfield. t 22 bead of cattle, sold subject to tu berculin test; eitra good grade Jerseys and llolsteins, will freshen in fall and winter; 8 nice yearlinps; 3 calves; 1 pr. work horses, weiring about 2300; 23efull blood riy mouth Rock hens, good ones; 1 Buick automobile; 1 mowing machine; 1 horse rske; 1 cul tivator; 2 plows; hay tedder; weed er; I 8harpel cream separator; milk cans. 3 lumber wagons, one extra Food, one with two-inch axle; 3 eleifhs; 3 busies; 1 pr. heavy work hsmeesee; abnnt 20 tons pood early rut hay; lot of household goods; rbsins, bans; forks; hoe; rske; and lot of other property too numerous to men tion. Term at time of sale. Lunch at noon. E. T. Monll, Owner. D. A PEKJtT, Auctioneer. Three Lines for 25c The Times will tmhllsh Wants. Vest and Found. For Ssle. To Let. ete. short adver tisements at the rate of three lines for twenty-five cents for the first Insertion sod ten cents for each subsequent Insertion. .' I I HOUSES FOR SALE WOULD LIKE 'TO TRADE flrstSisss prop property in host location, consieting of a -worn house, furnace, electric lights, gss, bath, eic, for a one-man farm, t or S miles out of Barre. Vt. Address "M. B.." esre of Times office. ISOtM FOR SALE -room cottsge In East Barrej lame barn with loft room for cows snd horse; also auto in the large shed to barn with slidintf doors I nsrden. Wilt be so d cheap fo eash or easy terms at monthly payments. C. H. Davenport, Barre, n. No. l. FOR BALE Small cottage house, newly pa pered and painted throughout: easy terms. Buy you a house. Inquire of H, F. Cutler, 18 South Mnln street, tel.750. Hits FOR SAL& Two cottaKca at Joe's pond: ana new. well located; includes boats snd Ssras;McAlliter Kent. HSU SMALL PLACE, FOR 8ALE ideal for poultry ranch my home place in village of Plainfleld ronsistins of room house, chance to add another room, large shed attached. Is rue range; hen house. I acres mora or lose, rich land j water enough to supply a dosen families. Place should be seen to "be appreciated. Buildings only a little over two yaars old; H. A. Keniston. Plainfleld, Vt. Orange County 'phone 2-1S- 129U8 FOR SALR The E. A. Prlndle house at M Keith avenue, comer Summer St, and Keith avenue. MU Village Place of 8 Acres Only $1875 Good two-tenement house Just right for owner to live in one side: use the land and have a good income from the other. Cood comfortable barn and very pleasantly slt usted. Convenient to store, churches, school, etc. Dsily stage to Barre. Will be glad to show this st your convenience. FARMS FOR SALE FARM FOR SAtS-Consl.tin of H acres. South Walden, Vt. F. H. Houston owner. Reason for selling, not able to do the work. I0t9 FOR SALE Or wilt axehenge for eity or personal property, a farm located in town of Ro bury. Also have for ssle a hesvy pslr of work harnesses, almost new. and a horse swewp hay nreas. Enquire or write Esri M. Cutting. 'Northfleld, "FOR'SALE Village" farm. 10 acres. 4 nillea from Montpelier: John F. Benjamin. Berr..jrel.10-R. ' FOR SALE OR EXCIIANGE All kinds of real estate: farms, sll slses snd locations; village properties, all kinds; storex, feed and ssw mills ; rottsges at Joa'a pond ; call and aee na ; write or telephone what you- want if you mean bvs iness ; we can sure show you the roods i prices and terms right. A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, Agents Marshfield. Vt. aft DR. W. FAY MANN, Jr. Dentist Eastman Block Tel. Office 7M-M. House Tl-M. Office Hours I to 13 a. aw 1 to I p. m. Monday and 8atorday 1, to P. sa. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS Established lMt The Square Deal Place Ripessinting the following Pianos Behnlne Emerson Ls Titer Mlrtoa Est. tSCt Eat. 1S4T Kmt 18t Est. ISM Ask foe book of a thonssnd er'fswnsaa. No. fl Spaoldinv St. 'Phone ttt-W BARRE. VT. GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors Carrier Block Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7 to 8 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday 2 to 5 p. m. Phone Offie 6A2-W. Fesidenoa 2f.2 Y. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office tn Room St, Miles Building Telephone Ceaaectioa OFOTCE HOURS : a. m. to II m. and 1 if is t p. m. Monday. Taeaday. Tboraday and Friday DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BLANCH ARD BUXL Thenesi Office. T0tWt Resldenee, tOS-t TEL., OFFICE I1S-M. RESIDENCE. S4S-M COLLECTIONS EDWARD C DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BLOCK ARM. VT. NOTARY PUBUO DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Specializing In the Disease of tka fekin and Lanear. Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m. and t to S p, rn. daily. WednesdsT and Faturdsy Ereninga. Tbons7W-R, Kooa t Hfiles Granite Budding, Parr. Vt. PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISH rNGS Hoapttal Aai butanes Berries Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square, Barre. Tel. connection. ? fcW Surrey and Auto Hire Transient and Limited Livery Service James McGlaflin, Mpr., Formerly Cutler Bros. Livery Tel. 160 CADILLAC LIVERY Trips by the mile, hour . or dsy. Reasonable rate. I. N. HOUSTON, TEL. WE ALWAYS HAVE t . I.., aee iantJae fee ia ta Hm rf jwwelry. SAlverwara. cut glass, ate. Aaw ttioaery. Our watra ana essca repair wars sear, an teed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler T4 ELM STREET BOLE AGENT FOR ' BOSTON AJtERICAW HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Af "ONCE Two wsitresssa at the Mt. View bouse, Whitefleld. N. H., for two months. Experience not necessary. Call 418-J. Barre, Saturday morning. 182t8 SMART-YOUNQ WOMAN WANTED for combination work at the Columbia Hotel, Bethlehem, N. H. Work consists of feeding electric mangle, helping in laundry and helping to wipe din has in kitchen. Wages, S10 per week, board and room, return fare. Apply at once. 181U WANTED Girl for dirt kitchen. Heaton hospital, Montpelier.- Apply at ISOtf WANTED AT ONCE Experienced waitress at Hales Tavern, WellsRivor,V t.lS0t6 WANTED-A housekeeper on farm In fam ily of three. Pleasant location, two miles from Williarastown. Good place for right party. Cell or address, Fred R. McAl lister, Williams town, Vt. 128H6 WANTED, WOMEN AND GIRLS We want 2S power sewing mechine operators; light, essy work ; good wages guaranteed ; bonus paid each week. Board and room in our own dormitory under auperrlaion of matron ; U interested apply at once ; Rich mond Underwear Co.. Richmond, Vt. 128tlt WANTED Woman; of SO or ,85 as house keeper in family of t ; girl of 18. boy of 4 i apply to J. T. Salter, East Barre, Vt. , HOtf V ANTED Young women to enter Barre City hospital training school to train to become nurses ; apply to the superintendent at the hospital. lSTtt HELP WANTED MALE QUARRY FOREMAN WANTED Compet ent and reliable man, who understands ail details and who can take fall charges. Ex cellent opportunity. For intervie call for J. D. Ward, Hotel Barre, until Saturday a. m. Thereafter write, giving references, to 109 Upshur St., N. W Washington, D. C. 132t2S LOCAL REPRE SENTATIVE A progressive investment banking house, national bond syndicate participants, and un derwriters, with branches in a number of cities,, and New York and Philadelphia Stock Exchange connections, .wants a representative Jn Barre and vicinity, to sell a general list of bonds to individuals, institu tional and corporate buyers. Equitably remunerative work ing basis to an individual ca pable of properly representing a conservative, well established house. Qualifications necessary: Uuimpeachable character; community standing; personal energy. Several forms of co-operation will be given successful candi date. Address, giving complete outline of past activities and references to P. O. Box 752, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED A ringle ass on farm, who un dents nds team and work. Apple at farm. H. W. Boas. Vliametown.JVt; 131t8 wICNTED Job compositor, good psy and steady work fo e right mat.. Biabt Printing Co., Ino.. White River Jun-tion. Vt 13LU8 WANTED 8 granilcT.tters, accustomed to monument finishing, 1 shop sharpener, one who can do some rosigh cutting preferred. Plenty of orders. Prosp-ts gcjd Iw steady work for eompetent men In a modem plant. Open ahop. Milbank Mel.arany tiranite Works, Miltank.S.B. lts WANTED Msn tn work en farm, married or single. Steady job. P. O. Randolph Center, Vt. Residence. North Randolph. Dix j rmn. 13HI WANTED To hire by the montlC man to work on farm near tna eiiy. i. i '-v. , 128tf WANTED KTtchen man. wTtT Davis, Wa terbury Jnn. Waterbury. Vt. 12tf WANTED Brick masons ; spply to H. P. Cummings Construction Cov, Northfield, vt. ?letl WANTED A few apprentice granite cut ters ; Barclay Bros. , 121tf GRANITE CUTTERS. QUAR RY WORKERS. POLISHERS. TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS, TAKE NOTICE LABOR TROUBLE IN BARRE, VT.. AND VICINITY AT PRESENT WANTED WANTED TO PSY A second hand ex press harnees. Tel. 502-R. 182 WASTED-On" Sept. 4. furnihed room in vicinitv of the Mathewaon school. Address Myrtle Bernes, Bos 38, So. Poland, Me. MONEY made working snare time for The Fraternities. Either sex. Experience not necessary. We lead all competitors in Maine; r reaentativea wanted in every town and city in Maine, N. H.. R. 1-. and Vermont. Box F. Richmond. Maine. 122tl2 MISCELLANEOUS STNGlMATHINEONb-tYPEWR'fr repaired. Expert work done. Call for M. Erlirht. 1-8 North Mais street, Barre. PhoneSS-R. I'lta" CAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND RE PAIRED; called for and delivered; wa al so eharpen all makes of rasor blades, plain resors sad scissors ; Vermont Sharpening Co., 11 GranlU etreet. TeL 887-M. lU'tf DANCING LESSONS PrivsW instructioa by appointment: call at 171 Maia street. VKone 864-W; MarieQuinlan. lS.Of TORRENT VaceunT'eleanemrTJie Eleetris StDra. 14 Elm street 144tf AGENTS WANTED BlST RIBUTOSS Quickly dWelop own in depenarnt business handling ScoUnin's Yeast Candy: new Ford Automobile free: exclusive territory ; Scotmlnta Company, M9 Sc-otminta Building. Jersey City. N. i. ZSatl MAKE 100 IN TEN DAYS Selling Masie Marvel Washing Com pound, new Soap Flakes and Buing Paddt Biggest sellers steady 800 per cent prrt hueinees. Free samples. MITCHELL CO.. ISO E. 81st. Chicago. ISJtl- LOST AND FOUND OST Aug. ll, between Elm wood Ave., and Main street a Cameo brooch pin. Find er pleaac return to this office er to B. F. Kennedy, I JHrawood Ave. 182U tOST Pair of glaases tn ease between Cottar Bd Brook streets. Finder please return to 804 No. Msin at. t4 LIVESTOCK OUSALE FOR SALE Fmir-weefSlrpirs slso frwr-year-oid eoit- Arthur Ainaiey. Tel. 8?- 14. . l-1 FOR SALE 100 Fhror-hire sheep and lambs; W. B. Ftneld. Mersbfleid, Vt 11M14 POULTRY AND EGGS FOSALERhde7lUind Red"pulM. r-d eaior. excellent layers : four months oM. 81; three pmui eid. 81.': we sead C. O. D. D. H. Hortoas, Randolph Center. Vt 18!tt 1 ROOMS TO RENT TO RENT Four otfire rooms: large f resit mem : f-d florr: tnouira of Quik las aouse, 112 Nerth Maia street 7ii FOR SALE CUB BALL Lsrge srranite quarry, suiuin for hammered, lettered, or carved work ; . equipped with twa derricks and tools, black smith shop and stoneshed. Apply to "R. M-." care Barre Daily Times. ' mtg1 FOR SALE Sweet pee. blooms, delivered anywhere in city. Mrs. John MeAndrew. Tel. 28S.R. 131t? FOR SALE Glen wood range with gas at tachment. Call at 168 Washington SU or 'phone 766-M.. evenings. lSltg FOR 6ALE Piano, first class condition, ta bles, chairs, art equaraa, electric .grill, iron, oil heater. Louise Watt, 20 East St.. or TeL Us-Y. . 182tf CIDER BARRELS" FOR SALE New"' Oak - liquor barrels at I4.VS an. F. O. B. ears at Boston, Mass., Chec with Older. B. V. F. Mfg. Co., IIS Endicott St., Boston. Mass. 13214 HAY FOR SALE Good' for horses' and Tel. 807-$. - ISOtf FOR SALE Boiled cider, in bulk or ia bottles. Nice and thick. Makes a good summer drink. P. O. Randolph Center; residence. North Randolph, Vt, Dis J, Camp. - - - : . . . 1811t FOR SALE A few colonies of choice bred Italian bees. Will deliver this month or neat and give Instructions. 60 years' expe rince. D. S. Hail, Marshfield, Vt. 13U9 FOR SALE Fall applei. Dutchess and a few other kinds at tl per bushel ; also maple sugar. W. A. Wit ham, Granlteville. Shepard farm. 1SU8 FOR SALE House furniture, including a ( piano In first elsas condition. Also four cows, to freshen this month. Call, at 12 Sixth street, or tel. 11J. 12ft 6 FOR SALE A bottling plant at an ex tremely low price, considering the size and value of the business. One of the largest planta in toe state, having been established for 26 years, doing a large shipping bus iness. Must sell as I am interested in other business. Price upon application ; F. W. Langloie, Barre, Vt 126tf FOR 8 ALB Monumental business in South California. Cash or terms ; particulars br C. A. TOREK. Santa Maria, Calif. 12E10 ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN FOR SALB Direct from manufacturer, at 96e, tl.8S and 81-60 a pound; postage paid on 86 or ders i write for samples ; we also do custom work ; U- A. Bartlett, Harmony, Maine. I2MW PERCALE REMNANTS Light eoiors. assorted Patterns, 8-4 to S fds. pieces. t lb. Bundle about 1 yds. tl.75 pa, paid. Walter Scott. Box 140. Kerne, N. H. retf FOR SALE Green Mountain silos, sugar tools, farm machinery, furnaces, fire ex rlnguiabers, oD burners; subscriptions for Times, Rural Nmv Yorker; 0. H. Adams, S. Barre. Tel. 821-X. STtll'tJ THREE SLIGHTLY USED PHONOGRAPHS FOR SALE at a bargain price sfso ens piano, need only sbotrt six weeks; also one player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co, Barre. ltf WOOD FOR SALE No. t eetsrted eld growth body block wood, oa lot or de livered. Tel. 10W. ttltf FOR SALE A preparation lor cleaning granite and marble monument: brightens op the lettering and makes the whole monu ment took clean and new: guaranteed; price en applies Hon ; James Sullivan. 114 park Street. Barre. Vt. ltf HOUSES TO RENT, L TO RENT Suite of furnished rooms, suit able for light housekeeping; also a single room. Call at 10 Spanlding street. 1 3 1 tf TO RENT d-rootn eottage, electrie lights and bath ; also 4-room upstairs tenement. Enquire at44 Psrktreet. Tel.174-W. 129tf TO RENT Modern E-room tenemnt, 80 BatrheMer street ; inquire K, N. Nichol son 80 Elm street. VMt TO RENT 8 room cottage oa Branch St; Inqiure at4 Branch St. i80t TO RENT A 8-room upstairs tenement ; elrvtrie and gas lights; call afternoons atJSSl North Main street. ' -113tf TO RENT Flve-room tenement on El more street: slso a five-room tenement en Camp street; Edith M. Ca it. Tel. S62-M. lOOtf TO RENT 8-room tenement, corner Berlin and Smith St ; McAllister Kent 4tf TO RENT One tenement, 1st floor, For sytbe place; 2 tenements, 2nd floor, Lsurel street; one smsll tenement nd floor, West street: E. L. Smith, call on A. W. Clerk. painter, Trow bill, TeL286-Y. llStf TO RENT Tenement of S moms with mod- ern iinpTovement, on ground floor; fur nace heat, one-half eoal furnished ; at 1 Pleasant street; E. L. Densmore. " Wtf FOR RtlNT Two very desirable aoartments in the Park theatre building, all mod-rn : apply to AB. Carter. Mgr. t8tf TO RENT Five room downstairs tenejneist with electrie lietits and bath, eelltr. barn privOee'es and good garden: situated at 14 Clark St., telephone 8-R er inquire at 11-18 Howbind BloV. tiotf MALE AND FEMALE HELP BOYS I GIRLS 1 OR OVER Earn real money take orders for Mayflower Per-sonal-Stationerv-to-order 0e commission on each order. Write for information. State; seei. Msyflower Ststionery Co., 620 Atlsn- tic Avenue, Boston. Mass. . . lS31tl WANTED At once, man and woman to work on farm. E .W. Corwin, So. Rorsl ton. Vt 18H HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE Saddle and driving mare. years old, weieht M0. also'' ssddie snd bridle. TeL 4BB-23. Harry A. Tracy. M pledale farm. Montpelier, Vt ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON'S Upstairs for Horse Goods. Downstairs for Auto Sijpli. COLTON'S PLACE M State Street Montpelier. Vermont Grain Threshers Doylestown Threshers Hava 1. Xo side shake. 2. Patented wind deflector. Tbia feature makes cleaning per fect. It ia not found on ordi nary types of threshers. 3. Quick adjustable concaves Xo stopping for adjustment, as it ' can be made when machine is in operation. 4. Safety feed throat. 5. Ferfect separation. fi. Longwear essy operation. 7. Low price $195 up. The Doylestown Company has made Threshers since 1S51. Every machine is a quality machine from stirt la finish. We hava all sires in stork. Coma and aee an "Honest to Goodness Thresher. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. 'Phone ISO. Orange Counts Telephone C03IE to. Washington County Field Day t . C. A. Dodge Farm AND Let us show you a John Deere Spreader .lolin Deere Mower (13C1 Model) ,lohn Deere Hoover Potato Digger Doylestown Grain Thresher Pspec Blower Miller Engine Nudebaker Farm Trucks Pipeless Fumscrs Louden Hsy Csrriers and Bar Equipment Cream Separators Lightning Rods, El a. SEE These machines and take adrantara of tha special price, grmd for that dsy only, on all samples sold on tha grounds or duplicate order tskea that dsv to bt deliered later. Marsh-Allen Co.