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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT.. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1022.
GROTON Ira. Elvira orm wood Died at Age of 91 Years. Mrs. Elvira Wormwood pa sued away Bt 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home of her aon, Ora Thurston, in the village, where she hd been cared for for several week. Slie had previously made her home with her daughter, mm, J'red Carpenter, for a number of year Funeral services were held luesday ait ernoon at the- home of her aon, Rev Stead Thornton officiating, and burta was in the village ' cemetery. Mrs Wormwood was born Klvira Welch April 11, 1831, and had, therefore. paused her flint milestone,. She waa one of the large family of children of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Welch, five of whetm are now living, two sisters, Mrs. W. J. Millis' of Groton and Mrs. Mary J Emery of Bath, N. II., Carlos Welch anH Leverett Welch of Groton and Timothy Welch of Northfield. Mrs Wormwood flrat married Peter ThursJ .n. who died many years ago. Of this marriage there now survive two sons and one dauchtcr. Ora Thurston of ttrntnn. Steohen Thurston of Monroe N. H,, and Mrs. Fred Carpenter of Groton. Deceased married . wmci Wormwood for her second husband who has also been dead many years During the active years of her life Mrs, Wormwood was industrious, always busy doing good among her children and grandchildren, of. whom she leaves large number. Indeed, it is seldom pne can claim such a long list of grand children and great grandchildren. She liad been almost totally blind for a number of years and suffered a great deal of unrest of mind and body so that the end came s a release from her long period of suffering. The ladies' aid of the MV E. church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 bt the church vestry for jsewing. George H. Willis, who recently re ceived the appointment of postmaster, took up the duties of the office Sept. 1. George N, Clark, the retiring post master, has held the office for the past five years and eight months. and proved en efficient and satisfactory public offi cial. Ferley Foley has returned to town to work, after a stay of several months at his home in Warren. Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Hosmer and chil dren, Ttufus. Lloyd and Doris, and Ken neth Beck ley returned Monday from a a motor trip to Burlington. Rev. und Mrs. George B. Thomas, who have been occupying their summer home on Mt Medad'for six weeks, leave to-day on, their return to their home at Providi-nfe, R. I. A large number from this place went to Newbury Monday to attend the La bor day exercises. Mr. Lena Heath, who has been vis iting Mrs. Mary Whftehill for several weeks, went to her home in Littleton, X. It., yesterday. ' Mrs. Minnie O'Brien of Kat Brain- tree, Mufh., visited her mother, Mr. Xellie Hadlock. from Thursday until Monday, when she returned home with her daughter and small son, "who have been passing their vacation with their grandmother. Mr. and-Mr. Charles ' Heatlr were 'over-Sunday visitors in Woodavillc, X. H., at the homes of their son, Roy, and daughter, Mrs.. frank Sanders. The Sunday school picnic of the Methodist church will take place next Saturday at Hall's pond. Members of . the Sunday school are requested to be t the church not later than 10 o'clock Saturday morning with their lunch. "Friends who have autog are'kiHdlv re quested to go and take someone along to enjoy the day a outing. The woman' home missionary soci ety met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Jackson Jones. ybo'r Siou Motor Vehicle Accident. John D. Williams of Hardwick,' driv ing a car belonging to R. B. Daniels of Woodbury, was ditched by a car with the "Massachusetts registration 209575 in Hardwick September 2, ax-cordlng to a report to the secretary of state. The Other car tried to pasa him and ran in to him. ' Ernest E. Anderson of Barre reports to the secretary of state a collision vith a Chevrolet car' in Williamstown September 2, Anton Michelson suffered light injuries. 1 Arthur D. Cobtlrn of East Montpolier reported an accident to a car fullof orth Montpelier people at the Good- ough bridge Seiitemlier 2. The car passed him and hit the side of the bridge iust at one end. then croinir in Ihe ditch. Mrs. Alice Little was bruised Miss Maude Templeton was bruised, .Miss marguerite Stevens lias strained ligament, and Miss Persons received injuries. I C. W. Richards of Montpelier, driv ng at true Deionging 10 d. u i-pooner, ii iiiw a jnnr uo urn sirrei. Miss Nellie T. O'Brien of Waterburv a, collision netween her ear and one with the registration number 34407, about one mile north of Waterburv on ;he Burlington road. The driver of Jie other ear, Ralph E. King of Bar ton, has also reported the accident. Mist Onen ear had a broken wheel rut hent axle ' and a fenrler an.1 run. : 1 - JX , k - . k l gd. - G. F. I.ucchina of Barre ha reported that while driving a ear belonging to fcis father, B. Lucchina, on Sept. 2. he collided with a farm wagon when the lights of a Ford truck blinded him. Albert C, Mile of the Wetmore A Mora Granite company has reported an -accident which occurred lat Sat urday Bight when a ear with the regis tration number 32020 tried to pass him in a small cement fridge on the edge of Roibury tillage. The car mentioned i owned by William York of Roxbury. ' XORTHFIELD Miss Helen E. Howe spent Sunday and Monday in South Royalton, visit lug her uncle. William Soner. Miss Laura Averill returned Monday from a .two weeks' vacation spent in Waltham, Mass., and Keene, N. H. She resumed her duties as secretary to President Charles" A. J'lumley at Xor wich university. '''. Mis Donr Brown' returned Monday from her home in South Strafford and resumed her duties as teacher in the Xorthfield graded school Tuesday. Miss Brown lives at the home of Mrs. H. W. Strong of Cross street. , " Myers Gokey returned Sunday night from Burlington, where ho has been spending ft week at the" home of his sinter, Mrs. F.dgar Akey. He has been working in Chelsea during his summer vacation and has returned to resume his duties in the Northfield high scnool Mr. and Mrs, William BuszeU re turned Saturday ;. to their home in Akron, O., after spending some time in town visiting at the home of tier motn- er, Mrs. Katherine Garvey, and his fa ther. James Buzzell, - Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Cutler and son, Everton. of Keene. X. H., alo Mr. and Mrs. James Cuthbert and daughter of the same city were visora in town one day last week, guests at the home, of their cousin, Mrs. Eugene Carpenter., Misses Virginia and Vera .rowers re turned Monday night from White River Junction, where they have been spend ing a week with their aunt. Mrs. Mary French, who has been vis iting her son, A. K. French, has gone to Groton to visit ariother eon, who is n very poor health. Miss Xellie McCarthy, a former res ident of this town, is spending a week in town with relatives and friends. Miss McCarthy will return later to Wa- terbury, Conn., to spend a time wun her sister before returning to her win ter home in St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. Charles Plastndge and children of Fitchburg, Mass., are spending some time at the home of( Mr, and Mrs, Wil liam Plastridge on-Union street. Mr. Plastridge, who came with his family, has returned to Fitchburg. - S. W. Winch is spending two weeks in Boston and vicinity. Miss Xellie Harrigan, who has been i spending her vacation at the home of her father, Timothy Harrigan, on East street, has returned to Washington, D. C. She accompanied her sister and hus band, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Owens,- of Barre and brother and wife, Mr, and Mrs. John Harrigan, as far as North ampton, Mass. . . Mn and Mrs. William Spear, William Spear, jr., of Arrsonia and Frank Spear of Boston are spending a few day m town, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spear on Cross street and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross at North field Falls. Miss Mildred Cross, who has been epending some time with ber grandparents, returned home with them. Mrs. Cornelia Porter, who has been visiting in Salem, Mass.. and Boston, returned home Monday night to resume, her duties as teacher in the Xorthfield graded school. ( " " " Miss Ruth Foster of Holyoke, Mass., who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Cronev, on Cross street, returned home Saturday. al Templeton, manager of the At-' lantie and Pacific store, ha moved his ramily from Fred Dole house on School street, to the Plumley house on the same street, the tenement being va cated recently by J. J. Drumgould. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cannon of Xew York City and Mr, Cannon's brother of Middletown, Conn., have been spending a few days in town. Mrs. Cannon will rsmain for. a longer vieit with her grandmother, Mr. Rogers. Mrs. Fred Callahan and children, who have been spending some time at the home of her father, Timothy Harrigan, have returned to Montpelier. Mrs. Mary 'Rainger and Mrs. A. K. French were recent visitors in Mont pelier. Miss Nina Thurston, who has been spending a two weeks' vacation in Bos ton and vicinity, returned home Mon day night and resumed her duties in Cro-s brothers' office Tuesday morning. J. J. Drumgould was called home from his work in Howell. Me., by the serious illness of his mother in Barre. Mr. Drumgould's brother passed away about two weeks ago, ' Mr. and Mrs. Leland Batchclder were called home from Sunapee lake, X. H., Over 30 Million Dottles Sold ' 'rs5'i I 1 I: WMnl, I 1 J ESTATE OF, WILLIAM HEED. JOHN LOUGH- ESTATE Or JOHN M. STONE. The Times will Trtinliah Want. Lost Tuna, ror Snle. To Let. t. short a" thmiente at the rst of thrc lln tat twenty-flv sent for th first insertion aeo tn cant for each subsequent Insertion. State of Vermont, District of Randolph, . J v..! ni.to,i.rw..t:.,ii.L nonorame rrooave vour. lur m The honorable probate court for the dia- rK. aforeeaid. . . . trict of Washinaton! to mil erns inters To the heirs and all persons interested In ltod In the Ute of William John Lousrh- Jh. u,t of John M. Stone, late of WU heed. late of City of Barre, In said district. l"1??"-' in , district, deceased. deceased, GREETING: ' . , ''''! YUHpStaa' "' w v .k At a probau court holden at Montpelier,! WiUiREAS, application hath been made within and for said district, on the eth thta court in wri na. by the admmistra ., c . i . j ' , tor. H. Ola DwinHL Dravinff for license .ILL rrTl.:J4 d authority to sell all the real estate of FOR SALE-Residence the late Geo. lvnii. ik i .kij i... .( cit. r Said deceased, to wit: one undivided half i Spear on 'Randolph Ave. i' ideal summer Barre. in said district, deewwed. was pre-1 ntrest in home farm in Williamstown I nomej Randolph, Vt. t Three Lines for 25c HOUSES FOR SALE L. You Can Soon Feci Its Strengthening, Invigorating Effect At II aedDrtiift en ted to the court aforesaid, for probate. 146tf nown aa Maplewood, consisting of 289 . FOR SALE Practically new 7-room eot- a-j it i. .-j i v .JiJ k acres or tillaire. pasture and wooaiano, I kii. a.i.u .11 iMn.nVMn.nf 2Bth day of September. IWl, at the probata,"'' wellln house, hay barn, with win rir porch, asrasre, henhouse, large lot. best office in said Montpelier.. be assigned for "ched and basement, also out-. location : inquirs of Abram Fine, 804 North --"- .. ..... , ; j mn,n street. iijuto iiu wrniBnro i also anuiner parcel 01 muu , p, : ; -?T' it about 1 irn nf tlll.. nrf,'-'K bALKi One nrovina said Instrument : and that notice thereof be (riven to all persons eonearned. by publishing this order three weeks sue isaively in the Barre Daily Times, a news- J paper circulating- in that vicinity. In said district,, previous to the- tnma ..ap pointed. ' . ' ". Therefore, you are hereby notified to ap pear before said court, at the time ana place aforesaid, and contest the probate of aid will, if you have cause. Given under mv hand at Montpelier. In said district this Kh day of September, .122. FRANK J. MA KTXN, JudTe. Sept.6-18-20. by the serious illness- of Mrs. Batchel ders mother, Mre. W. J. Fiske. - ' Misses Ethel Donnelly and Mae Con- lin of Monfpelicr were guests of Mrs. Charles Kpear over Labor day. ' ' Miss Sadie Alton left Friday for Al bany, N. Y., where she is to enter Al bany Business college. Miss Grace Ingalls and Mr. Hattie Tillotson, who have been spending their summer vacation at , their home in town, have returned to Barre to resume their school work." , ' Misa Doris and Donald Ordway of Roxbury visited at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Frank Celley, over Sunday, Their brother, Frank Ordway, will re main with his aunt and attend the Xorthfield high school. Misses Elizabeth Boynton and Mil dred Denny entertained a party of friends at the home of Misa Boynton on Vine street Friday afternoon, the occasion being in honor of Miss Emma L. Davis, whose rharriage to Herman IL Cross occurred Saturday. The party began as a card party but was soon turned into a tin shower which was a complete surprise to Miss Davis. The houxe was very prettily decorated in orchid, a'eolor which predominated in all the dainty refreshments, and each ORANGE Notice to voters of the town of Orange. , The board of civil authority will meet at the town clerk's office Sept. fl, 1922, at 7 o'clock p. m., for the purpose ot making additions ana correction tb'the checklist to be used at the primary election, to be held Sept. 12. 1922. LILLIAN E. RICHARDSON. Town Clerk. Dated Sept. 4, 1022, Real Estate and Personal - Property at AUCTION At GRAND VIEW FARM, Waitsfield, Vt. Saturday, September 9, at lo:00 a. m. Aa T am nlanninir to leave for the gift of .tinware was wrapped and tied w8t very toon, will eell at public auc in orchid, making a very pretty affair. t tion on t'ne above date all my proper The party was a delightful one, and;tv real and personal, located one Xfiaa TVaeriB mnnAn.A tin mnnn rt t i ck ' j.ij.rr i.'a 1 i" r ji "jut 4111 iiicvitjr uia with the heartiest good wishes of all her friends. Miss Elizabeth Boynton, who has been spending her summer vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Boynton, lias returned to Beacon, N. Y., to resume her duties as teacher in that place. Miss Alma Tucker of Xew York City is visiting friends and former acquaintances in town. William Starr of GranvilleX. was a recent visitor in town," a guest of his brother, Patrick Starr, and fam ily. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shaw of Boston are visiting at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Silver, at Northfield Center. mile south of Waitsfield village on the state road to Warren and described as follows: .' My Home Farm known as Grand View, Farm, contain ' ing 130 acres, 50 acres in .tillage, deep I rich soil; balance pasture and wood land; well fenced; plenty of fruit j j splendid water supply t estimated to be J 100,000 ft. of hard wood and 25,000 ft.' of soft wood; fine set of building! in good repair; eleven room modern . house, has bath, harwood floors, set wash tubs, hot- and cold water; eight foot veranda across east and west aides; fine cellar under whole, with (outside entrance; stock barn 42xfift ft. woodland located in northwest part of Brookfield, which was conveyed to said John M. Stone by deed from Lauriston L. Stone, 2nd, and representina to snld court that it would be beneficial ,. to the heirs and all peraons interested in the estate of said de ceased, to sell said real estate and convert the same into money, and bringinir Into court the consent and - approbation in writing, of all the heirs to said estate re siding in this state, and setting forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the 8th day of September 1922. 2-story (9 room. house With ell. in rami condition, with .small garden, in Washington village; also wood lot of about 20 acres, three miles from Washington village on stage road price right; Mrs. Anns M, McAllister. Che4en. Vt. SMALL PLACE F0R8ALE Ideil for poultry ranch my home place in village 01 riainneld consisting of room nouse, chance to add another room, large shed attached, large garage: hen house, S acres tnore or less, rich land: water enough to supply a dozen families. Place should be seen to be appreciated. Buildings only a HELP WANTED FEMALE I FOR SALE for general FOR SALE -Kitchen stove, in good eondi. i W he ton. tion ; Mrs. Sawyer, 46 Merchant street. j ls'tf I 1OT13 general j FOR SALE Aster and sweet pea blooms. delivered anywhere in city. Mrs. John McAndrew, Tel. 286-R. 140M1 i 4 ? WANTED A competent girl housework; Mrs. Frank G. Richardson street, Montpelier. WANTED CaoableT woman for housework ; good home lor rignt parry , references required ; apply P. O. Box 254, Montpelier. Vt. ! FOR SALG-6ix "beelinioundpulipies GIRL WANTED For general houseworKji weeks old; three males. 8 females, also call Barre I06-R. 142tf i mother ; come and see them at J. H. Neal's. WANTED AT ONCE Experienced table girl ; apply by letter to "D," Times of fice. ' . . Mltf WANTED Middle aired woman for widower Pekin, Calais. J46t ; light; with no children 1 work. R. F. P. 4, Littleton. N. JL WANTED Young women to enter Barre City hospital training school to train to bee Dm nurses; apply to the superintendent at the hospital. , lsltf FOR SALE One 18 in. Dantela ensilage cut ter with 24 ft. of carrier in perfect run ning Condition ' tnnnir nt W T"k PV V ; Box 4. I Calais, Vt ' 144tl 187tl2 I FOR SALE McKannon Dlano; books, in. ; eluding Expositor's Bible, t vol.; Student's Reference-Work. 3 vols., and others; Louisa Watt, 20 East St.. Tel. 144-Y. 143tf HELP WANTED MALE at the rtrnhaL offin In r'U. in amd I little over two years old: H. A. Kenlston, district, to hear and decide upon said ap ! PI" infield, Vt Orange Comity 'phona 2-1S. plication and petition, and ordered publia notice thereof to be given to all persona interested therein, by publishing said order, together with the time snd place of hearing, three weeks successively In the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper which circulates In the neighborhood, of those persons interested In said estate, all of which publications shall te previous to the day assigned for hear ing. - - THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appeal' before said court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in sakl court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Chelsea, in said district, this 28th day of August. 1922. GEORGE L. STOW. Judge. Aug30-Sept-tS - i, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bates of More-'" f"-0 "-5 "e UP" Ior. town were recent visitors at the home of ,le 'rK "It-rage capacity; of his brother, (iilbert C. Bates, on r.emeni ior ice nouse; nog nouse ana Vin afreet '"en house; carriage room, garage, etc. Mrs. Mary Herlihv returned Tues- horse barn 28x42 ft. Four single day night from Ouincy, Mass.. where and two double box stalls; silo, water she has been spending three weeks, as , " piped to heater in basement in stock miet of her son. Morns Herlihv. and , Darn, wife, at Adams Shore. Her daughter, Miss Mae Herlihy of Xew Haven, Conn., spent her two weeks' vacation with them. ESTATE OF JOHN" ' HOWARD WIN- - . ' CHESTER. " . State of Vermont, District of Randolph, as. The honorable pmbate court for the dis trict aforesaid: To the heirs and all per sons interested in the, estate of John How ard Winchester, late of Williamstown, in said district, deceased. GREETING: WHEHEAS. application hath been made to this court in writing, by William P. Brines, administrator, praying for license and authority to sell all of real estate ot said deceased, including the home farm of about 160 acres, with buildings thereon, lo cated on South hill in Williamstown, Vt., representing to sail court that it would be Beneficial to the heirs and all persons inter ested in the estate of said deceased, to sell said real estate and convert the same into! money. - ... . , J And bringing into court the consent and. approbation in waiting, of the widow and all the heirs to said estate residing in this 1 state, and setting forth the situation of the teal estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed snd asHigned the 8th day of September. 1022. at the probate office in Chealwa in said dis trict, to hear and decide upon said applica tion and petition, and ordered public notice thereof be given to all persons interested there in, by publishing said order, together with the time and place of hearing, three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Time, a or D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency. 14ttl2 Hilt NAI.E The E. A. Prindle house at 3S Kekh avenue, corner Summer St. and Keith avanua - 174t Fully Equipped Farm for $4,500.00 Terms: $1,500.00 to $2,000,00.' Balance on mortgage. , IS cows, horse, hogs, complete set of farming machinery ; : hay and grain ; large quantity of fruit; sugar bush equipped! good water ; fine fields ; furnace heated house of eight rooms in No. I shape; high onvt barn with fine basement. Main road; only few rods from school; three miles or leas to good villages, creamery, stores, etc., within driving diatanoe of Barre and Mont pelier. The buiidinrs on this farm are better than you would expect and in fact, , are much better than on many farms sell- ! ng for nearly double the price we are si- lowea to sell this. See us at once. hi r tvri i i sj i I mmmm FARMS FOR SALE FOR SLE Village farm, 10 acres. 4 mllra from Montpelier: John V. Benjamin. newspaper which circulates in the neighbor, j Barre. Tel. 10B-R. 7tf hood of those persons interested in said tate, all which publications shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ia-teHMk( kuui m iA tk. .! nlliasat atslSl iiT nsrf 4 hot Sand KsPsft It iH ffllri I stores, feed and U make your objections to the granting of I '?' Pondi call such license if you sea caused Given under mv hand at Chelsea, In said district, this 22nd day of August. 1022. GEORGE L. STOW. Judge. Augis-ao-stepts FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE WANTED AT ONCEOne carver, 2 letter cutters and 2 stonecutters ; The Perry Granite" Corporation. Waterburv, Vt. 146W MAN WANTED ON FARM H. E. Lane, Plain'field, Vt., Orange County 'phone. ' . . 146t6 WANTED Some one to run a boarding house with from 15 to 26 nun; also two men to handle hardwood boards; R. J. Miller, ' Lakeside, Vt, ; post offiue Bicker Mills. Yt. ; l6t WANtpD' First elase bread maker"; Towne's bakery. Waterbury .Center, Vt. K B. telephone 78-g. 146t,( WANTED Capable man to work on "farm and run milk route good pay to right party call Montpelier 368-13. 14Ctf WANTED Choppers to cut several hundred cords of wood; Stanley Furman, Groton Vt. 148U2 Improve your handwork by using Concord Yarns They are guaranteed dependable, uniform fast qolor and of good quality. Manufacturers of knot ting yarna for over 30 yrs. Send for free samples of yarns and price list. 4 oz. sk. 60c. 1 lb. 12.00. ..In 5 lb. lots $0.00." Con cord Worsted Mills West Con cord, N H. WANTED THREE GOOD GRANITE CUT TERS. HIGHEST WAGE ACCORDING TO ABILITY. STEADY WORK. PETER BURGHARD STONE CO., LOUISVILLE, MEN WANTED To cut 200 runs of wood Louis J. Warner, Williamstown. Vt, Peo ples 'phone 21B-12. 141t9 WANTED A few apprentice granite cut- . ters; LlttleJohn, Odgera 4c Milne. Bsrre. . , J41tf WANTED A few more apprentice granite cutters : Barclay Bros. 137tf WANTED Job compositor, good pay snd steady work for tue right mai.. Risht Printing Co., In., White Eiver Juo'tion. Vt 13':tl8 GRANITE CUTTERS. QUAR RY WORKERS. POLISHERS, TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS, TAKE NOTICE LABOR TROUBLE IN BARRE, VT.. AND VICINITY AT PRESENT ESTATE OF EVA 8. HOYT. Farming Machinery, and Tools "A Penny Save.4 A penny saved is a penny earned." hav fork in barn: Boston trinle rul Manure spreader, silage cutter, 7 h. p. engine, dump cart, mowng machine. smoothing harrow, cultivator, horse JThee words of the great philosopher, ley with 10O ft.' rope, wagons, buggy, ornianiin rraiiKiin, are as true to-aay bob sled, new logging sled, new sugar ss they were a hundred years ag't aled, light traverse sleighs, crosa The man who saves a part of his Put saw, hay knife, Lightning evap wages is the man who gets ahead and orator, 3 large sap tanks, 1000 buckets, who always has money enough to tide jtjOO spouts, sugaring off pan, new bim oter the unexpected emergencies gathering tank, Monarch sugar caker, or the opportunities of life. t etc., and many other articles not men- Every man should save something ev t'ond. , . " ' ery month. The amount does not mat A Freachmsa Told His Dog in keep his nnw oat of the baby's milk The dog didn't d it. The Frenchman killed the dog, and thea said: "Now you are dead. ym ran understand what l meant when I said I would kill you If you didn't let the baby's tnilk alone. " We feel like talking French to some who go uninsured. Vafionsl Life tni Co. Vt. (Mutual) S. K Ballard, gen eral srept. 45 Mate street, Mnatpclier, Tt- 'i. J. Seager, lr-l agent. EAST BROOKFIELD Cocoanut Oil Fine For Washing Hair ter so much; it may be large or it l. .. ii i ... a i . L - ' UlitT ur BJiian UUV It IT(BlBirU III LJ1B results are sure. It is well to remember, too, that every 17 Head of High Grade Stock 11 cows, Ouerneys, Jereseys, Holsteins, State of Vermont, District of Washington, as. The honorable probate court for the dis trict of Washington: to all persona intereat of the estate of Eva S. Hovt late .f Caobt, in said district, deceased, GREET ING : At a probate court, holden at Montpelier within and for said district on the 22nd day' of August. 122, aa instrument purport ing to be the last will and testament of Eva S. Hoyt. lata of Cabot, in said district, decraaed, waa presented to the court afore said, for probate. And H is ordered by said court that the 14th day of .September, 1922. at the pro hate omce in aaid Montpelier. be assigned for proving said instrument : and that ' notice thereof be given to ail persons con cerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper circulating in that vicinity, in said district, previous to the time appointed. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the probate of said will, if you have cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier. In said district, this 22nd day of August. 192Z. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge, AugZS-lO-Sent . All kind of real estate: farms, at! slues snd locations; village properties, all kinds: saw mills t cottages and see ns writ, or telephone what you want if you mean we tness we can sore show you the prices and terms right A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, Agents, Mrshfilr! Vf 'tH DR. W. FAY MANN, Jr. Dentist Eastman Block Tel. Ofllce 1t-U. House Tl-M . Office Hours 8 to 12 a. bu, I to I p. an. Monday and Saturday T to I p. an. ESTATE Of GEORGE W. BUNT. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS Established lift The Square Deal Place ' Representing the follcwing Pianos Penning Emerson Laoter Milton Est. 18t Est. 1S4T Est 1SS2 Est 180 Aak for book of a thousand referenoas. No. 6 Span Mine- St. 'Pboa TI2-W BARRE, VT. GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors Currier Block Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7 t p. m. Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday 2 to p. m. it you want to keep your, hair in good condition, be careful what you wash it with. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and is very harmful. Mulsified cocoanut oil shampoo (which is pure nd entirely preaseless), is .much better than any thing eje you can use for shampooing, as this can't possibly injure the hair. Simply put two or three teaspoonfuls of Mulsified in a nip or glass with.a little warm water, then moisten tBe hsir with water and rub it in. It will make an abundance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly. The lather rinses out eas- ly, and removes every particle of dust. dirt, dandruff and excess oil The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves it line and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to manage. You can art Mulsified cocoanut oil shampoo at any drug store. It is very cheap, and a few ounces is enough ta sssv everyone in the family for months. Be sure your druinrist fives vmi MuUi. Bed. adv. dollar which you deposit on a saving nearly all to freshen in .September and account in The Montpelier Savings tmotier; gnoa ages, s neirers to iresb Bank and Trust Company is earning ;e this fall, 1 registered Guernsey interest for you every day; while you ' rmll. pr. extra good work horses, weight are working vour doilars'are working about 28iN) lbs.; 25 white Wyandotte too and turning over the interest to hens, 2 roosters. you. We are always glad to add new names on our sat ings ledgers and if yours ia not already there why not let us open an acount in your name? Deposits on or before September 7th will draw interest from the first. Crops Auction Sale Saturday, September 9, at 1 o'clock. nO tons No. I hay, KX) bu. oats, 30 bu. potatoes, 3 acres of eorn in the field. ' Household Furniture Including one fine Sterling piano, mahogany music cabinet, twelve sec tion Wernicke oak bookcase, extra nice bedroom suite, nearly new: par- lor tove, nearly new; parlor table 28x4H in., three leather rockers, porch furniture, including rockers, chairs, ta- t r la t form ince at C. A. Cadr'n. Oieise l hi'l, Friday eiening. rVr-t. . L4-e r.leae brire cake or a n i w srhea. a d ' r GOYTSKKtST WOES CASTS Fc-r aJe at -srra .v piw wr-ie they Vi- are to, Bii.-Jj-j-en, RESIUOL 5oolhmq and Hcalins Quickly relieves skin and scalp disorders cw stops itching and burning and usual ly restores skin health rrxscRisED by doctors KEAEIY THIRTY VtAKS Should be in every home bles. patent clothes reel, large camera, nearly new, with solid leather case', tripod, printing frames, screen and On account of ill health and having cloth, rugs, art square, several tables, old my house, I will sell hr auction all chairs, quant it v of aluminum kitchen of my household goods at Northfield ware. etc. This is all good property. rails, near the railroad station. , haa been well cared lor and in good cou ps r lor stove, box stove, tables, dition. Also large De Laval rream chairs, 3 beds and bedding, couch, mor- separator. 10 cords of stove wood and ris chair, sewing mschine, bureaus, com- 10 cords of sugar wood, modes, stands, hanging lamp, tuba. Terms at time of sale. ' Evert King WTinger, clock, crocks, all dishes, ket- mst be sold for the reason aboe ties, carpenter's tools, hooks, old spin- stated. . l l . . r ..... ... ,.. -nee, . rol ol otner tninga LunrI, d ,,rvw, ,t iw iiumritruR n mrni ifin. i jurtn ALLivn, owner, t D. P. LEFEBVRE, Auctioneer, Horthfield, Vt. 1 State of Vermont. District of Washington, as. The honorable prohat court for the eie- trtct aforesaid, to all peruns interested In the esUte of George W. Hunt, late of City of Barre, in said d Intra-1. deceased. GRFFTINii : WHEREAS, said court has' assiened the 1 tK flams Jl antaew usil fssw agaminina- sansl ' allowing the account of the executor I I none umce nns-u. Kesldence ?r,-2-i. of the estate of aaid deceased and far a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same. sn ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks suecee- irely. previous to the day assigned. H the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at I itar of Harre. in said diatrtrt. THEREFORE, sou are hereby nntirlerf ta appear at the probate office In lion. pelier, in aaid district, oa the day aa- sigoed. then and there to contest the allow. ance of asid account if you see cause, and to establish yorr right ae heirs, legatees and lawful elaimaata to aaid residue. Given under my hand thia 22nd day of August. 19i22. FRANK I. MARTIN. Judge. Aug:S-80-Sept ' MISCELLANEOUS HFMSTTTTHrNG AND PICOT EDGE WOKK done on all Kinds or material; ai- a few used Singer sewing machines at bargain prices : Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 10 Elm street. Tel. 657-W. It2' SEWINO MACHINES REPAIRED AND CLEANED All work guaranteed: Singer Sewing Machine Co, 10 Elm street: Tel. M7-W. 146t STUDENTS WISHTNCJ ROOMS Write for particulars or 'phone 246-W and I74-W: MrsJsa. A hern. 41 East street. 142tf ALL MARKS OF SAFETY HAZOR BLADES aharpened ; plain razors and scissors : leave at Drown's Drug Store. 18s'. DA NCTNO LESSONS Private trroctlon by appointment : call at 172 Main street, phone 884-W ; MsrieQulnlan. lgStf TO RENT- -Vacoara cleanere : The Eleetrii . Store. 14 Elm street ?44tf WANTED DRY BODY WOOD FOR SALFrTasTT; ' Woodb. Berlin, Vt.. Tel. 894-4. 14U11 NOTICE, FOR , SALBa7rST7noFand . bath room t to live town, white Bfver ' Junction, Vt.: a good chance for right man.. L. E. Horner. White River Junction, Vt. 140t9 FOR SALE Potatoes. bushel, ninety cents call 898-4. fifty cents a half ! s bushel, delivered ; , 144t8 FOR SALE A bottlinr plat at an mm- tremelr low r.W.. Mm.inB .v.- . ..j- value of the business. One of the largest : in the state, having been established tor 25 years, doing a large shipping bus- ' '"" , Muat sell as I am interested in f business. Price upon application : F. WUngoi.Bsrre, Vt 128tf FOR SALE Green Moontato silos, sugar tools, form machinery, furnaces, (Ire ex. tlnguishers, oil burners : sahsci-inttons for Tirnes. Rural New Yorker; G. H. Adsms. S. Barre Tel. 827-X. 87nitf TKRFE RLfrHTLY DSED PHONOGRAPHS FOR SALE at a hsrvatn n-tef atsfli sfll piano, used only about sis weeks: also one piayer piano: Lanvrrey Clothing; Co., Barre. lvtt WOOD FOR SALE No. t aelscted aid growth body Mora wood, on lot or de livered. Tel. 10W. Wltf FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monument hriffhtens OP the lettering and makes ihe whole merit look clean and new: guaranteed; price on application s James Sullivan. 114 Park street. Barre. Vs. Htl i . i : u WANTED TO RENT Six or seven room n'on.'To" - ar' mK w I lis Hiwnr ( urn vjasisr i is. v-s , vrir trally located: answer P. O. Box 64. 147t6 WANTED-Widow' lady. middle age, house- keener' position in small family ; in city or village: address "E. P.", Barre Time office. I47t4 WANTED Position as housekeeper on a large 'farm by middle aged widow, trust worthy; Scotch nationality; address "A. S. E." care Barre Times oflice. 147tl WANTED Office desk; write or 'phone M. A. Outland, Williamstown, N. E. Tel. 9814. 145t2 WANTED Position - doing house work in small family in Montpeliej or Barre ; have Hoy three years old : references if required : Mrs. M. B. TibbetUEast Calais.Vt.24t6 WANTED TO BUY - High grade cows, near: " by snringera preferred, suhject to test: R. M. Fsrnham, Montpelier, Vt. 140tf HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT 5-room downstairs tenement at 27 Brooklyn street: electric liehts. bath. hot and' cold water, woodshed, barn : rent tlS; inquire of James W. Sullivan. 21 Brooklyn street. - 147t3 FIVE OOM COTTACE TO RENT at 1 Pleasant atreet; electric liehts. hot and cold water; inquire at 171 North Seminary street. 14Stf TENEMENT TO RENT Six room cottage at SI Berkley street; inquire at 1 Pleasant atreet ; E. L. Den more. 146tf TENEMENT FOR RENT S rcim7hath. oantrv and woodshed : inauire of Hattie m. Wsite, Z Eastern Ave., upstairs. lefitf TO" RENT-C en trally located." 5-rormTtene- ment at 24i-i Elm street. Don V. Camn. Tel. TtL 8S-Y. 144tf TO RENT Six room cottage at 32 Brook R. J. McDon- - U7tf TO RENT Modern 6-room ten em tit. 89 Batrh'lder street; Inquire K. N. Nichol son, 80 Elm street. 126tf TO' RENT ' room eottage onBranchT St - inqiur st 41BranchSt; J?H TO RENT One tenernent. 1st floor. For avthe place; 2 tenements. 2nd floor. Laurel street: one small tenement, 2nd floor. West . street: F. L. Smith, call on A. W. Clark, painter, Trow hfll, Tel. 2S8-Y. 118tf FOR RENT- -Two very desirable ensrtments In the Park theatre building, all modrn ; apply to A. B. Carter. Mgr. . 288tf TO RENT Five room downatalrs tenement with electric liehts snd bath. celHr, bam rtrivflera and rood garden; situated at 14 Clark St., telephone 64-R or Inquire at 11-12 Howlsnd Bldg. 210tf AUTOMOBILES FCRSALE Dodtre touring car 7 Hudson touring car : call and look them over and have a demonstration ; Palace Garage., Inc., Barre. 124tf FURS. Surrey and Auto Hire Transient and Limited Livery Service James McGlaflin, Mgr., Formerly Cutler Bros. Livery Tel. 16tt unlay, September 9th, at 10:00 a. m. MRS. JOHN DeBOEH, Owaer. D. A- PERRY, Auctioneer, Barra Vt. Goddard Seminary Barre, Vermont Oddard offers the following; advantage for boys and jirlss Excellent living conditions. The best of college preparatory instruction. Strong conrsea in commercial subjects and domestic acieace. Unusual opportanitiea ia music study and elocaUoa. Cleaa and strong athletic teams. High acholattic standing. Small classes. Parents and prowetite students are invited to vi;t the school. For information, addreaa R. 1 Davison, lYin. Fall Term Begins Sept 12 SEND US YOUR BONES Now is the best time to clean up old Bones arour.d slaughter houses and elsewhere. Ship them in and convert them into money. We ry Pot cash. , We pay freight on 200 pounds or more. We al.o handle hides, skins, wool. gTease and all kindrc-i commodities at outside market prices. CARKOLL S. PAGE Jljde Tark. YL Teeth Extracted Without Pain We have a new discovery for making falsa treth that fit tipht by a Hew suction method, only 1S up. We do not ue plaster for taking irapreaion as th new miction method ia mora pleasing and easy for the patient. 22-K gold crown only PS; other dentists ask 110. nilmgs and bridge-work by the new itlsy method. Prices reaaoa able. Dr. Meagher's Dental Parlors rTofs.'wisl nurse sttensrt Hra: Tls ly to 5; eeniars J to 8.39. Saaday by s; fv 'nrt DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room IS. Miles Build let Talepbono Connection 0FHC1C HOCRS ; a. ns. ta II m. and t iS te 4 p. m. Vomlav. Taeadar. Thnraday and Frldss DR. HOWARD A. DREW 05TKOPATTTIC PHTSICTAN BLANCHA&D BLXK5. 'Phones t Offlea, 70(-W Residence. lOt-F TEL. OrriCK IZI-M. RESIDENCE. COLLECTIONS 4s-M EPWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BlAKE BARRE. VT. WOT ART PUBLIC LIVESTOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE A tew aood site grade Je r- ev cows : due to freshen soon : Ernest C. Hutchinson, W illiamstown, Vt ; Tel. 89S-1 1 . 14tS' A RF.GISTF.RED AND ACCREDITED HOL- 8TE1N RL LIj is mos. old; extra aood ri'RS MADE TO ORDER-Remodeled and pediaree: Dix J. Camp. R. F. D. 2, Rsn- j al, furs for sale; call at M. Goldstein doh Center. Vt. 145U i Son s. 4 State St.. Montpelier. Vt 142tl2 M CHESTER WHTTE PIGS FOR SALE Milk fed. no srarbaire ; free from cholera: some are . weeks oin, fa each ; others 7 weeks old ; M each : others later on : James P. Sprseue. East Brookfield. VU, Tel. Oranre Co. 47-15. 145t FOR SALE 4 weeks old pit's; also three Barre. fancy new milch cows ; tuberculin tested : fl. M. Farnham, Montpelier, Vt. 14Stf FOR SALE S reaistered Holstein" bulla. I mos. old. 1 year old and 2 years old, from accredited herd; A. Corll. Tel. S9S-U. 14It PQULTRY AJp EGGS FOR SALE A few nice rose comb whits Lee horn cockerels; May hatched; Mrs. M. Watson, Tel. J97-23, R. F. D. No. 4, 146t3 ROOMS TO RENT 0"RCEFI 'RN1SHED FRONT-ROOM " TO RENT-Mrs. J. H. Holt. 4 Cliff St., Tel. 144-J. l,48tf TO RENT Four office rooms; :at lanrs front room : 2nd floor : inauire of Quin Inn house. 172 North Main street. isti Auction Sale Cattle ot An T have changed my plans and Ifium.se .rtttfififwf not in wintfr in? iitnrlf. WarniniT for MectinCS Of the I w.!! sell at ntiMie auction at mv farm DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Specializing is tha Diseases of Iba Skin and caaeor. Office Hour 10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to p. m. daily. Wednesdsv and Saturday Kveainra. Tnono 7 R. Room I Mile Granite Eofldina;. Barre. Vt. PERRY &N00NAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FVRNISHrN;S Hospital A as hula ace Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalm ers rtepot StBare. Barre. Tel. ceiuiertio-i, ttW CADILLAC LIVERY Trip by the mile, hoot or dav. Reasonable rate. I. N.' HOUSTON. TEL. 642-J Hoard of Civil Authority to Revise the Check List Sep tember 1st, 7th and 8th, 1922. Tlie board of civil authority will meet in the city court room, city hall huildinir, on the evenings of Sent. 1. 7 and M at 7 o'clock for .the purpose of making additions and corrections to the clieok list to be used at the pri mary election to be held Sept. 12, 1022. t .lames Smart, citv clerk. Dated Aug. 21,. 1022. Household Furniture at AUCTION AUCTIONEERING For Many years I have hen aaarantevinc say work, sr ne nay ; can anything- be aaore fair? Will mv anywhere; heat mt refer j terms nefct. D. P FEBVRE. NORTHFIELD. VT. As I am seating the city will sell at public miction at No. 76 Brook street the following described property. Magee Oxford range. Round Oak par lor beater. Tabor organ, large library table, two large rockers, redlining chair with foot rest, two small rock- era, round dining table. dining chairs. ; chiffonier, small writing desk, iron bed. couch and mattress, marble top cham ber suite, two twin beds, springs and mattresses, small crib, three-ouarter lcd. springs and tnattreaa, drcaeer. oil stove, round oak stand, Baird clock, 3j Imrrrls Lighning jars, (tsL Ke cream freerer. two ten gal. iars. Lilr White sashlno maihine. si and (uba. 9x9 ft. jart square. ISalO ft. congoJeiiBi, rork-j ling horse. ft. hav window curtains, i ' i ir its , i ' " . ru,i. . - ' ... .... at South Xorthfield, on the road to Williamstown, . Tuesday, Sept. 12, 1922, at 1 o'clock, 27 Head of Cattle 14 cow one new milch, some nearly due now. and others -to freshen this coming fall and early winter. One ex tra nice registered Ifolstein cow. 12 head of 2-year-old and yearling heifeta bred in April and May. . One bull. One epringtooth harrow. Any one having property to sell may bring it to this sale ,but there must be no by bidding. Sale positive, rain or shine. Terms at time of sale. C. J. HEATH, Owner. D. P. LEFEBVRE, Auctioneer, Northfield, Vt. Yj Your Farm $Lj We Have Sold Ova twJOOO Faraae ta Date No krt tw mm! ae vntMnwal cfwrrm. Yea pry r. wiae c.leura rug. go-cart, eitenston ladder,! i bt 4 maon tools, and may other ar- E. A. Strout Farm Agency t. . DASBNER, Aawnt, Boosmaa Bassk Tilishsns tit. lasve, WE ALWAYS HAVE what trass ara asotme lev in the Hm ef tttry. arverrarc, rwt rMea, etc. Aise r-s'x-a ery. Oar sretrfc aai etorft rrawlr wri araasv aet-e. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler t ri rm,FT am acixT roa 'BOstoki AMEairaw- I k les nr-t mentH-ned. Terma at time of sale. Friday, September th, at ! aclock. D. A- rrRBT. Anctteseer. E. E. G00DW1X. Owner. ' 7 Brcok Stmt. HORSES AND VEHICLES ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON'S tY-it tnr Hotm CronA. Dcwnstein fat COLTON'S TLACE M Et S'.rert Jfaatpelier, 't