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THE" BARRE" DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, SEI'TEMBEK 18, 1922.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interert from DiSareat Swtimi. Over 3,000 bushels of plums were iarvested at the Everett orchards in Bennington this "fall. ;"'. 1 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Streeter ob iSrved their flOth wedding anniversary it thuir home in Concord bcpt. J. Rev., Clarence, Hewitt of 'Rocky rViiujt, ,K...I.',', li'a$ accepted a jwtll to , the jastorate of the south V crnon church Rev. 0. .1. Andnrfcon of Bradford has iadflt fcelbn wteh Uit raised a bump sr crop this summer. He has had 200 more, many of them the size of imall watermelon". . - '. The construction of the ba dam a Prhftfttgtacm 1s fuaklng "business rush uie tiierer Every room and tenemon n the "vitlafre1-has' been taken, with tianry if calls for " more.. The farm of Lvman Tuttle is furnishing vpgeta ies for the men and had an order for KM) ears of corn for one dinner recent ;y. Wheeler & Iteming get enough garbage from the camp each day leed 1)9 pigs they are keeping. , hi to EGGS OF ABNORMAL SIZE. Vest Guilford Hen Unable to lay Be ... r ciise of Them. ;: ' Brattleboro, Sept. 18. A freak case if interest to poultry owners was irought to light when Rev. W, H. Bish tp of West Guilford showed a quart r containing five eggs that had been ken from a hen killed a few days be ore. On that day Mr. Bishop bought tight hens to kill, and among them he inticed one that ' was unusually fat Then he had killed it and began to re nove its vitals he found over 12 eggs rhich the hen had been unable to lay tn account of the abnormal size of hree of them. v The eggs were without shells and could easily have ' weighed over 30 lunees a dozen whereas the normal reight is from 22 to 24 ounces for that uantity. The stoppage caused by the liability ot the hen to lay the abnor- nal eggs caused a decay in some of the rther eggs, from which the hen would lave died later. LICENSES SUSPENDED. five Automobile Drivers Penalized fcy ' , Secretary Black. Secretary of State Harry A. Black las made public the following automo- ule operating penalties: Richard Jtoutermire, Burlington, reckless driv tig, suspended indefinitely; Earl A. 'eronime. East Montpelier, reckless Mid negligent driving at Brookfield September 14, suspended indefinitely; Jenry Serlin, Bennington, reckless and neompetent operator of a motor flehicle, suspended indeflnitlely ; Zeb francis, Burlington, reckless driving, wspended indefinitely ; H. B. Field, 8t. llhans, . reckless driving, suspended ,ndeHmteiy,if. ,.-... The Passing of the Country Doctor. ,. A professor -tf the Ohio state uni 'ersity has been making a study of the ountry doctor problem. He has found .hat in Ohio for every rural physician .here is an average of l.lfil persons, rhile in the seven large cities in the date there is a doctor for every, 571 ersons. Less than five per cent of the , hysicians now practicing in the conn ;ry have a specialty. The young men ntering the medical profession show a listinct aversion to beginning their car ers in the country village. . ... The young practitioner gets excellent 'xperiepc in the country, but he feels .hat he is getting out of touch wil'i , ;hose engaged. In his profession in 'the ity and lacks the needed opportunity o attend clinics and make, progress in , science which is yearly becoming more ind more exacting. Maine has felt (his loss of physicians n rural districts even more than Ohio, it presents a most troublesome prob em for the people to solve. There are nany groups of towns which now lack lhvsicians. : Many of them hare been rell served In the past "but when the ld practitioners pass away or retire 'rom active service no one. comes along o fill their places. In some towns1 in kfassachusetta appropriations have been nade to guarantee physicians an an lual income which would tempt them n locate there but eve this expedient las not always been successful. It has been suggested that the state night make an appropriation to en murage young men to acquire a medi cal education andthce who accepted tcholarships and such aid, be required :o enter into a contract to locate in inch places as the state health officer night designate and serve for a limited term as health officers. Such a plan ray not be feasible but it is Incoming Jinre and ."niore evident that nma net hod must tie adopted to meet the ondition which now exists. Portland Press Herald. MONTPELIER SEMINARY OPENING Twenty-Fifth Annual Young Alumni . Banquet Friday Evening. Montpelier seminary has opened its 88th" school '.year; wjth, wondftrfuljy flnelarge-jitudent .body-and - a .very competent and well-trained faculty Both'the boys' and 'girlsj ball 'aw full to capacity -with students. 1 lie num bers are pretty well divided between the: members of the Benfor; junior, soph oniorc ' arid 3 freshman . cJasscs. . Clans meetings, society meetings, Y. M. C. A. and Y.--W.-G. A. meetings have started with' a fine spirit: Class schedules went into effect on Thursday mornrtig and every student i riff "definitely as signed to Masses and worKing on reg ulur programs. ' ' On Wednesday evening at 7 p. m, the Y. W. V. A. and the TCJI. P- A. gave a formal reception to the new students and faculty; Jn the receiving line were Dr. J. W. Hatch, principal, and Mrs, Hatch, Miss Alice Pattillo, teacher of voice; Miss Vera Board, teaeljer of pi ano"; Mis. Frances Jlrownj expression; "liss Evejyn B. JVeUs', art;. .Miss Dor othy Walker, shorthand; Mi Vivian Hopkins, preceptress; professor JoltiJ R, Caldow, French and Spanish; Professor Howard Hanson, mathematics, and Pro. fesaor Milford Bristol, history and physics. ISesida the faculty Miss Effie Nelson, president or the Y. W.; and J, Lynwood .Smith, president of the Y: M., received, the reception gave a oplendid opportunity' for the hew members' td meet the old and to know the faculty. On' Friday evening was held -the 25th annual young alumni banquet. To this affair are -invitflt the present' student body and the alumni for the last ten classes. At'.fi p. m. a meeting" bt the association A'as held in the chapel and the officers elected. Ralph Dwinell,' a sophomore at Dartmouth college and a member of the class of 1021, wa chos en president of the association. -, The- banquet was at 6:30, followed by a program of varied interest. Repre sentatives of the classes of 1912, 1913, 1117; 1010, 1020 and 1021 and 1022 were present. - Rev. Eldon II. Martin, '12, acted as toastmaster and his appropri ate introduction of the speakers gave much enjoyment to- those present. Mr. Martin is pastor, of the Methodist church at Bellows Falls. ' . , ; Rev. Rutherford B. Moore, '12, the class that is just "ten years old," gave a very amusing account of some of the escapades and achievements of Jiia class since they have left their school days behind them. . ; : Victor S. Smith, '13, spoke of what senior privileges meant to them as a class and what they should mean to the present senior class who are now at, the seminary. He tried to inspire them with a realization of What they are gaining from day to day. Miss Zepherine Jones, a student at the Emerson College of Oratory and a member of the class of 1921, gave a reading entitled, "The Builder." Miss Jones is a Montpelier girl. The speaker of the evening was Pro. feasor Arthur W. Peach, professor of English literature at Norwich univer sity and a poet of note. He knows well what to bring to young people and to older people as well, and hit ad dress was the sort of speech to Inspire everyone to achieve and make the most f the years that are going. His sub ject, "Whither Away," made his hear ers think; . Mrs. Leonore Miller, class of 1020, gave a beautifully rendered solo. Mrs. Miller graduated in voice from the sem- nary and it was a pleasure to hear her again., ,-. ... ' ' ;.:;. - , Sidetracked : TJircc Lines for 25c- Th. Tfmw wI tniMlsh Wants. Ixt snd rrvni. Tot To Let. sts.short tlsment. t th rste of ,,lhte Hn ;.,' twtqty-flv nt for th flwt insertion aa ten Mints for ch aubseouiint tnsgrtipn.' HELP-WANTED -FEMALE WANfErAmiddlsIred' womi'n to Ic'Sep house" in family of Ave; Claude Chaffe. WlJHamstown, Vt. Tel. or write. lB7t3 TE A C HE RS W A NTED M an jr Tbr a ra d es nd high schools; contracts, waiting-; N- HOUSES FOR RALE . .. v rrmA'm7' ' iKu' 'OH SALE Qn, and one-half utory Ivoum WANTEI A woman To bo to Florida to wnn ii. oarn ana-smau aar-Kn -. i i work th, Ortoher l.t. two In the fam- "i f'S.ocuip ui rnmeru By , 7 month,; carnfare paid one way; A. JS. mU,l tllir tUIIUIIIUIIi aJUtll ir.li;iiiciun naotions. Poor health, can not lock after WANTEI-Waitresa at It.- h: ttm reason for aolllnr. A banrain"! eounty aanatorium at Batchclder. Randolph. Vt. ' HiW at the Washington once.: loeti for- the party that wants a home or in. , WANTED Woman or jrlrl for kitchen work v,tm:itt. Thia properly will be told cheap at The Kellotot, 28 'School street, Mont fori a' outck turn over. Inauire of -D. A.lnlir! Tl. A72.M. . -V lBtf r-nr F-! Agency or 12 0reh ard street. I wiNTfenT4r"" niirtitntmreT Uble IBltOl ii. i 4 "n " , Tinnea of- Tel. 80S-X. REAt ESTATE FOR SALE No. 11 and f7 rice, South Main street!, inquire of V. fc, Ayers. . 166tf f 141tf FOR SALEReaidence of the late Geo. L. . Spear on Randolph Ave, ideal summer kome Randolph, Vt.- - l.l46tf FfRSALE Practically new 7room cot tage; birch finished, all Improvements, tarse porch, garage, henhouse. large lot. beet location.; inquire of Abram Fine,, 804 North Main itrect. - - , ' . 143t2 SMA PLACErF6R SAtlEJdeat " for s poultry ranch my home place in village of Flainflcld conaiaHng of room house, chance to add another room, large shed attached, large garaae ben house, acres more or lew. rich land; water enough to apply a dozen fanriliee. Place should be mn to 'tie appreciated. Buildlngn only a little over two .years old; II. A. Kenieton. PI Infield, Vt . Orange County ; "phone t-t. orDA. Perry RcalEUUi Agency.lJltl2 toic, SATe-The. E. "A. Prindle " houee at 86 Keith avenue, corner Summer St. ana Keith airenac 174tf WANTED Young woman to enter Barre City hospital training school to train, te become aursea apply to the superintendent at the hospital. t . -i . i t" a wood' JSSti n flrJ U, Tel HELP WANTED4-MALE His Favorite Dish. Young Gibbs of SnialIt(Own, Kan., decided to travel Arriving in Chicago, he made up his" mfnd'to' eat at least one meal in. a fashionable' hotel. He was getting on famously, with the array of silverwre, a.nd apppeared to feel satis fied that he -tt'aa passing for' a man of the world, when ' Jax-kson, (he waiter, became communicative. . ' ' ' "Been in town long! ah t",-'T . - . . "Juat came in from New Orleans." said th voupK adventurer. ;) "Cat got Ah used to live in New Orleans. How's de Mardi Gras!" "Fine! It's the best I've ever eaten." Harper'a Magazine. ' - ; " ,i. . j An Agricultural Pessimist. "Hiram,;" sahl Mrs." Corntwssel, f'the , fruit iia goin'.tot lie a failure." , - ' j "Well,", .replied; ber .lutsljund, t'wei might as well get the new early . right here on our o,w,n fajrm as to, wait and learn the 'bad news from the commis gion merchants."-j'-Washington Star. ; --":' -"." : DuU. - "My husband came home sober last night." W had a very dull evening." "Hoh!" , "There was nothing to argue about." Louisville Courier-Journal. ESTATE OF GEORGE H. EMERY. State of Vermont. District of Washington, aa. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, te ell persor interested la; WANTED--Experienced man to work on farm; steady Job for right man ; A War tinetti. West hill. - ' V "" " ls7tf WANTED Good all-around young man for general farm work: Tel. 6Z1-M. ew WANTED 7ool aharoenert open shop eight hour day ; apply Roanoke Vitrolite and Marble Works, Ruenoke, Va. 164t3 WAJJTED-A-man to chop avfew cords ef 4 ft., wood, second growth, rght hete In city; tfod chance; H. J. Smith, 13 Maple Ave-.;-Tel 16W. , ! '" 152t WANTED-Middle-aired'man to" "wash" dish ea W. F. Davis. Waterburr Inn. . Water- bury. Vt. - - v - lBStf 1 A Winner Only $5400.00 . Farm, stock and tools only three and one half miU-a from Barre City. Exceptionally good producing land ; two basement bama ; eight room house. One hundred thirty-five acres of land; suitably divided; email sugar bush! plenty of fruit; farm u equipped with It cow. 8 head of young stock, two horses, two brood tow, three shoals, twen ty .hens. Plenty of hay and fodder to win tr atock ; six acres oats, potatoes, etc. Com plete et of tools, -including gasoline enr gine. circular saw, 'farming machinery of all kindi, wagons, aleds, harnesses, cream eep--arator, etc. All reedy to step right in and make a good income. Terms I2,(MM).00 down. You will like this. Special price on the Jones residence at uuamsiown. as sr. done uui leit me f Apci r vTai PWW1. " t,1il aii state, he has fnetracted ua to dispose of this h'Q ..?iXtE 9" Ford Chassis and i WANTED A few letter cutters nd carvers steady work all winter; American plan; The Perry Granite. Corp., Waterbury, Vt. j . ,j U H, ' 162tf WANTED--A few jriore apprentice grantte cutters ; Barclay Bros. . .: lS7tf GRANITE CUTTERS. GUAR RY WORKERS. POLISHERS TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS, TAKE NOTICE- LABOR TROUBLE IN BARRE, VT., AND VICINITY , AT PRESENT AUTOMOBILES fine residence, with barn and garage. With out doubt, thin is one of the best construct- the esute of George H. Emery, Ute ef ". nty : y noue C.ty ot Barre. in said district,, deceased. ' " l,ftlo.n"y "V' ""u "I 1 GREETING- s t i modern,; steam and hot air heat; heating urnvn'o.. , . j. "."i ...- Irlants new; one being used in moderate 9c,k rffJVf K-V,,-iL7t " " I"; Weather, the other when the weather ie eold, 1 Speedster : call In. look them over and get 2Bth day of September next lorjuajniniiig and t . ... ... v- Mnn r te IBSt reHlllac rrindnter. both in srood condition alio 8 ahoaU: R. Pauf Eske. Bethel. Vt 168t t'SED CARS FOR SALE-1 Dodge touring" 1 Oldamobl e. 1 Overland chummy road. ster. 1 Studebakcr light four, 1 Hudson Warning for Meeting of Board ...owi'. th.ccountrhini.Tr.tor f? ZTZ, f . PI,,!! i lnil,. n. a M ot tne estate ot aaia aereuea ana tor a Of UVII AatnOrlty. Vtl AP- irm of the residue of said estate to tbe hot and cold r.. o h. M. f ..M , th. wlcr cemeniea cellar, etc. a very piene. peals fro-rn lhr Quaarennial J&L T&ZH .17 SZTZ the price For lowest rt-.-i- - ' . . - ..vtf.K- vrrtnt nno iwt lernw. pf i urj u. Af fc The Board (ivii AuU.odfy ' will ret to meet fur the above purpose, on Moil- appear at the , probate ofBce in Mont day evening, Sept. 25, lf)22,' at 7 o'cItH'k pelier, in said district, on the day ae- Building. . . - -s. .j a . oroerea imi puouc nonce inereox oe . . .7 . , , . ADPralsaH TO 66 Helrj .Sept., given to all person, interested In ..id -taujfh'"-- r,toubTh ' qr,u ,) ' " ' ' v - .... by publishing this order three weeks sueces- ""i " bVJlt for ulul , . 20th, 1922. ,j t ,, .p.t. .ire previ.s to the ds assigned. In the fe-th. enUw property 1 ,.' ' ' a 1 ri..-i- -r;L . 1 Pre snd het terms. 'IliB D, In the City Court Room," City Hall ."Tt,.! !!!. ' to tblih fovr right m he.ru, Irtrmtect ro lnwful rlnnrnnti to fM rMdti" 102: 1 ,,s ; ' '. 1 i ' Given under my hsnd this 8th day of . . oepiemoer, ivc&. , "JAMI'S SSflfeT ' City Oerk e'RANK J. MARTIN. Judge. .lAMi.a .-.iiaxv1, v.ny iicrk. Scpm.ja.2S f-. jr,". ty KEAl, ESTATE AGENCY. C 3 n FOR SALE Chandler roadster; 18 Lfberty street; call evenings. Ibiio FOR SALE Dodge touring car; Hudson touring car; call and look them over and have a demonstration ; Palace Garage., Ine Barre. J2tf Sale of Household 1 Fiifnitufe' at Auction September 20, at 1 o'clock The house now oeiipied by m having been sold to ,. Jones. , Brothers, I am forced to vacate and will tell my .house hold effects on the above date on the premises on the Richardson road, near the corner of North Main street and (Richardson road, consisting of good 1-Mna' t'elley, a teacher in the junior high school at Waterbury, pave a very nterestine resume of the class mem bers of 1917. Most of them had sent words of greeting to those assembled dn Seminary hill for the banquet. Juo . (Jranai, clasa of .1919, now a Indent at Syracuse university, spoke it n fitting ssdtress of the life and dis- ppearance pf "Sam Bones," the semi nary skeleton. H told of the times nd places at which "Sam" had an- eared in times past, and commented pon the loss that is felt in seminary rcles because Mm no longer adorns seminary halls. He also made an apt peal . to the present students to get what they ought to Ret out of their school days and reminded them that they were soon over,, . v Mim Clara Hill, who is a student at the Boston Conservatory of Music and a member of the class of '21, gave a pi ano solo in her usual brilliant style. Pr. Hatch roncluded- the program with remarks of apnreciation to every? one who had helped make the banque( a success and of anticipation for this: school year. Seminary . basketball and football teams have already begun practice, the girls under the direction of Mise Kve lyn B.- "Wells and the football team under Professor Howard Hanson, roach. Quaker range, almost new; (Jlenwond heater for coal or wood; 3 burner oil stove; round polished top dining table, eitenslon table,- leather upholstered rocker! mission rocker, two other roof er, b dining room chair, refrigerator, 4 dressera and commodes, bed Couch, iron ' beds, baby crib, a lot of books, fruit jars, edd chairs, washing machine, garden tools, etc. 'Also a fixll ft. hen hoifse. r-' Terms' at t ime of sale. Wednes' day Sept. 2(K at one o'clock. , . FRED KERB, Owner." D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. (Hereditary. SEE THE : BLUE RIBBON ELECTRIC MILK ER AND QUALITY LIGHT AND POWER PLANT. We have them in stock for immediate delivery. They will be on exhibition at NorthlieH, Tunbridge and ' Washington fair'. See us and get pricse. J. L. Arkley & Son 17 Granite St, Bane, Vt. Advertising is the Sunlight of Business t To all that is healthy and vital V.. in business, it means increased ' , strength and growth ; but ad- .. vertising is a fierce heat which withers and consumes that - i , '-which is unsound. , A business which is not a good business should not be ' advertised. A business which would not benefit .from, wide ' spread appreciation of "its; deals had better acquire a nc' set of ideals. V . V .. . : . . :j Published by the Barre Daily Timesv in -o-operatirm,, witn Tbe American Association of Advertising Agencies. ;j 'VIV-l tt ! I FARMS FOR SALE, MUST BE SOLD to eetlla an estate, fertile farm of 216 acres with tupar orchard snd good timber lot; will keep thirty cows and teami as unfailing water.' extra house for help," large tool and Carriage shed, blacksmith hop and' creamery, has a large fruit orch ards .will aetl the reel estate alone or with full equipment. If interested write or tele phone the admimtrator, H. O. Dwinell, Montpelier road, Barre. Vermont. 'Phone Z17.Y. - Also a very desft-ahle farm" of 100 acres with rood building and extra fine user orchard. . lS3t6 FOR8ALR--One of "the "hei arms In Waftoneld. thirty-five head of cattle, all crops and tooU. One farm In West Tops ham. 165 arrea. one-half mile to village, one-halt" mile to creamery. Also sm-II farm in Roxbury. 80 acres, IVs miles to Ros bury depot. These farms can be bought rieht. They are my own property, no com mies Mn attached. -. Might com i tier city property aa - part payment. Tel. SSS-M, Montpelier. George F. Lackey Montpelier, Vt. - - I5tf FOR &AT-E Village farm. 0 aere. 4 miles tram Montpelier; John F. Benjamin. Barre. Tel. 106-R. 73tf ... WANTED WANTFt) TO TRADE Good house in Web sterville for medium , priced farm near Barre; give price oi larm in nrsi letter write to,"B,' eare Times office.' 166t3' WANTED Place for boy 14 year old to work for board and go to school ; address 'Mother. "ere Time office. 155tS WANTED TO" HIKE Centrally" located I , cr I room furnished cottaro or down stairs tenement : modern conveniences : cel lar and barn , privileges i address "If. Times office. 15t WANTED Children to bosrd.of any age. on farm ; Mrs. Robert Wilcox, Weening ton, Vt.' t. . " .,,, " . ., , .; 152t" i ROOMS TO RENT WE"CAN SPARE A FEW ROOMS for"! tcr boerders : come in and get price ; Ho tel Barre. . V. Rowen. 167t TO RENT Single room" at 10 Spauldlne street. . -, . ; - 47t TO RENT Two rooms for light house keep ing at 40 Psrk St.. up flairs; applv H. B. Houahton, 1 Elm street. 164tf TO RENT Four onVe iwmis ! "roe largs front room : 2nd floor : inauire of Quln Ian house. 112 North Main atreet. IStl LOST AND FOUND z HOST ReddbH brown and white" half Engl . FOR, SALE PRIVATE SALE at a2 Cliff street: uprigH piano in first class condition, mahoganj Columbis grafonols, with records, sideboard! dining table, couch, istands, chamber suiteni parlor chairs and other chairs, electric dro lamp, dishes all wool carpet,, kitchen ranci with hot water attachment, wash boiler ani board, window screens shades, one oair neU (snow shoee. IroniOif board, searing Ublrt kitchen table, dreewng table and Jars. 157tJ FOR SALE 4 sticks of pine, suitable fol derricks. t- or 4 ft. in diameter; Jamei rierney4 No. Montpelier. ' 167t4J FOR SALE Nearly 5 new adjustable" diwl form ; reason for selling : have no furthp) 7.c"L,Bm! sll 0 West street. lS6tj FOR SALE Full bloodo! Scotch collie pur' natural heel drivers : each $5.00 ; O. W Hastings. Wells River.-Vt. l.iKtm Vru "cite .e' a , ,."-.. f . ... ,,-'-"-' corua ary jt. narawooif Vi11 M-J'K!S?J Waitafield, Vt. OK SALE-Two parlor heaUrs In class condition; call at 48 Brook St., 1B-M- -',!. . ISISfl PARK MONUMENTAL SHOP"aNDSTOC FOR SALE With lot tx220 feet, on twt railroads, in good Jive town, near the cen ter vt pne of the beat counties In the stat Pt Pennsylvania ; F. Park. MonroetoK Bradford County, Pa. . ,. 156tl(X ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN-For ' sal J , direct from manufacturer, at 95c, 11.3 and 110 a Pound., Pntm n.M nr t orders,- Write for samples. W'e alo d custom work,- Hi A. Bartlett. Harmon Mv.; J f 'J84t2 FOR SALE Two fiot water rsdlators srtt.1 fittings; one extension tank complete: F M. Carr, i7Camp .street, lStti FOR SALE Asterl blooms, delivered snV . whr in city; Mm. John McAndrew, Te! Pe'Rl ; 151tTi fOJt-SALSpGreea Mountain - stlos, suit J ' "wjs. farm machinery, furnaces, fire J tingtitohers. oD burners i subscriptions 'In pmes. Rural New Yorker O. H. Adsfis S. Barre., Tel, S27-X THREB'SLfGHTLy . USED PHONOGR A?H FOB SALE at a bargain prieej also mi pfkno, ased only aboot six wetksj als opi player piano; Lamore Clothing Co., Iarri ' : 1W) WOOD FORSAXSNo. t selsctei'nSi growth body block wood, en lot of eV Hvered. Tel. lOoJ. ttltl FOR SALE A preparation for cleenlns rraalte and marble monament : hrightenf op the lettering and makes the whole ptonu. ment look clean and new ; guaranteed j prirl on application t James Sullivan. 114. Park Street. Barre. Vt . lstl HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Four room furnished fiat; mod ern improvements; call 153-X. 158t; A DESIRABLE SIX-ROOM . TENEMEKT with modern improvernvnta for rent of West street: call at 263 North Main atreet Mrs. Shepley. ! . 167tj TO RENT Five room tenement st 83 Merl chant- street r gas and city water apply (tlM Merchant street after 4 p. m. or Tel 1S6-M. 15tl FOUR ROOM TENEMENT"TO RENT Al newly repaired; Tel. 4L2-X. 165ti FOR RENT 18 Brook" street. 6-roorn lowef fist: at 14 LaureJ afreet, fi room 2nd floor! at 17 Laurel street, 6 room trd floor; at first class with set tubs, hot water: E. L) uifiitn , van n. rr . vjara. iei. dO-x. lol TO RENT 1 four-room ten"ement"'at 112 month and 1 three-room tenement at 18 month ; three minutes' walk from postoffiee Mrs. E. T. Mower. 67 Prospect street 161tl TENEMENT TO RENT Inauire of M James Ahern, 41 East street, Tel. 245-W 160t ilrs tene TO RENT Oct 1 Four room nptalr ment with bsthrom. jet tuba. eleetrK lights and gas; telephone 790. 150ti TENEMENT TO RENT SI room cottagi at 61 HecMey street: inauire at 1 Pleasant street; E. L. Denamore. 148tA TENEMENT FOR RENT S rooms. batK pantry and woodahed : Inauire of Hattie ti Wait, 2 Eastern Ave., upstairs. IKti TO RENT SI room "cottage at ti Brool stroet: inouire of Mrs. R. O. Me Don Pell, phone 10. 187tl TO RENT TMlern 6-room tenemntT M Batchelder street: Inauire K. N. Nlchol son, 80 Elm street, 12ti FOR RENT Two very drelrab'te apartments In the Park theatre build nz. all modern I spply to AB. Carter. Mrr. Z8tf TO RENT Five" room "downstairs tenement; with electric llahta and bath. eelWr. bsrtt hrivfleges. and good garden: situated at 14 Clark tit., telephone -K or Inauire at 11-11 Howhtnd Bide. llOtl PERSONAL FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE All klpds of real estate: farms, all sires snd locations; village properttea, all kinds; "form, feed and saw mills; cottages St Joe's pond; call ami see us: write or reirpnone wpst you want ir yon mean fes iness: we can sure show you the roods; prfc-ea and terms right A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, Agents, Marshfieirl. Vt. w Doctos A Has that rich patient of yours any bereditary troubles f ' Doctor B Yes; 1 hope to hand his case dowti to my son. Boston Tran script. Toe Reason. "No. vacation?" , . "N'one." , , , ," . "Why hsvcti'f yoii jrone away J" "My hitshand had two quarts of liq or. He's afraid to tranport it and he won't he parted from it." Kansas ritr Journal. tone of Two Things. "There stand the saddest looking man I ever ." "Ha -eertaialy iools - the picture of rrlef. I wondr whst's appned to him? Either he's had a terrible loss or he pis red rotten golf to-diy." Detroit- Free Pre. " There Are Reasons. U'arrintr-ri I am jrUd it is pood form not to wear a watch with a dress rott.. Pendennls Whv? Warrineton Bersn-e I never hsve ; any t(k-n1 my drrds suit at tie ' tame time Nw Knlsnd Oaft'ttian. ' Poor Oerre j "O. Wt! she etrialmrd, imr stiept- ) re, "well surely V late to the' tie- J ttre. We've been waiting- a pntd mspy J nitpn'es f.r t?ist mthr f mine," " ' "Houre. I 5"'iH y," he snapped. ""Irara!" he cried, jovftiih'. "" 'rfWjre, ihi i so s niJ a V.untrv Tcclli Extracted Without Pain We have a new discovery for making false teeth that fit firht by a new suction method, only $i5 j up. V dn not use plaster fjr taking impressions as the new suction method I more pleasing and easy for tie pwtient. . 22-K crow only $5; jj.er drctiftt ask $10. riilinft tad bridyework fcy the. new inlay method. Price reiaoa able. Dr. Meagher's Dental Parlors Prcfei-rl nnre attendant. f?"tir: I i y 9 la S; eTeninrs J to 8 M; Sunday by af point m-rit 4 ( Are You the Man Who v Never Reads; Advertisements ?,f Some men, who are neither blind nor illiterate, claim sincerely that they "never read advertse ments." Yet, if you could investigate, in each case you would find that the roan who "never reads ad vertisements" used an adver tised tooth paste or shaving cream or soap. If he owns an au tomobile it will be an advertised car. If you ask his opinon of any automobile he will reply in words that might have been lifted bod ily from an advertisement of that automobile. Advertising has ' formed his pinions to a great degree. He may have received his informa tion through -others who ob v tained their knowledge from ad vertising. But it is a fact that no man can escape the effects, of advertising even if, he does say he "never reads advertisements. . Not one of us ever reasoned out entirely from his own mind that the earth is round. If we had not read it or, heard it we would never have known it. , In these days of good, truthful, helpful advertising to say "I never read advertisements' is merely your way of saying, "I don't read all advertisements." f Published by The Barre Pally. Time, in ctvopfralion ith i .. . rte American As54ciation f Advertising Agencies. j DR. W.' FAY, MANN, Jr. Dentist -Eastman Block Tel. Office 7M-M. Rouse 71-M. , 'T- Office Hours ( to 12 a, nu. 1 to I p. m. Mr-ndr and Saturday T to t p. m. J GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS EaUMlahed ISO I The Square Deal Tlace Reonsentinc the follrwinr Pianos Behnlne Kmerana) Lsutr Milton Est IMI Est. 1MT Tet. 1862 Ka. ISM Ask for hoek of a thomand refereneea. Na. it SneuMtnr St, ' Phone TSZ-W BARKE. VT- EPn.KTICS WouM you eare to leam ahouf Nr.W Rnlinnftl Tmtm.nt tnr ImmMli.li iiei ouii ana nan noima,- lemaie; rewsro : i .,i,f of EPILEPSY, positirely stoppina si AnrOnio Dsvld, 811 V Mo. Main street : tel. j eiiuri from first rfsrs' use. Information 611-W. l'tifree. "SPECIALIST" Drawer B-592. Lan NOTICEIf the party who found the email black leather hand bar last Wednes day afternoon, containing valuable papers to owner only ; also money, glasses, keys, book. etc.. will either leave same at Times ofliee or mail to S. H. Harrina-ton, 67 So. Main street, they will save themselves furth er trouble as the party is positively known and if not returned at oaee further action will be taken. 162tf der, Wyoming-. 16tl, 4 MISCELLANEOUS 4 HtfNTrIOPARTTES ACCOMMODATED Will furnish car. dors and shells ;. am well acguainted with ood hunting territory; 'phone call tbi-K or Tomasi Cash Market. G. Corti. lMtf FT'RNTURE AND PIANO MOVING John Anderson, 110 So. Main street. Tel. 717-R. 151tf DAKCINO LESSONS Privste Instfurtios by appointment: eall at 172 Mala street. phone SM-W : Marie Quintan. lMf TO RENT Vacuum cleaners: Tha Kleetrle Store. 14 Elm street- It4tf LIVESTOCK FOR SALE FOR SXLE 8 resristered and rrsde Hnl' steins, mostly fresh or springers ; aleo pair Durham oxen, weight 2880 and in rood, condition ; these cattle are all tubereiilini tested, A No, 1 Quality and priced right J Earle A. Jones, Waitafield, Vt J5M3 , s- , a SALESMEN WANTED WANTED Aa experienced salesman in a rents clothing and furnishing store: in quire of Harris Yett. Montpelier. VL lSl'tt GAGE & GAGE ' Chiropractors Currier Blorlr i Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7 to 8 ! p. m. ! Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday i la S ' ' n. m. Thonepr7irV 2.W. Residenr 32t-4 DR. LEWIS D. UtARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlce In Room S. Miles "ulldlnir Trier koe Cmaeetisa -mr TTOT;Ri t a. as. to It m. sad 1 tc I ra. Vorday. Tuesday, Thursday and Frtdsy POULTRY AND ERGS SO S. C. WHITE LEGHORN III NK-File lavinar strain: fl.no each: G. W. Hrev. Williamstown, VL. R. F. D. 1. 15rt6 DON'T, WAIT Until lightning hits your buildings an perhaps destroys years of iabor snd per chance human lite, but have yourseir p tected by our guaranteed and approve!' Lightning Conductors. We have one of th beet outfit in the slate for this work ami can guarantee you a careful, efficient job done in a workmanlike manner. Write or telephone us for particulars. ' MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. 'Phone 10. Orange County Telephone HORSES AND VEHICLES DR. no WARD A. DREW OSTWATWIC PHYSICIAN B LAN CHARD BIJXL r-honesi OfBee. 70f-W; RmaVnra. lOUf TTL, OFFICE t?-M. RKHCENCK. al-M COLLECTIONS EDWARD a DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER MOCK . . ItlU. VT. . NOTARY FCULIt: t ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON'S L'pstairs for Horse Goods. Downstairs fat Aute Supplies. COLTON'S TLACE l State Street Montpelier, Vermont AUCTIONEERING For many years I have been guaranteeing my work, tt no pay: can anything be mere fairT Will go anywhere; beat of refer ences given ; terms right. D. P. LE FECVRE NORTH FIELD. VT. !4tC WE ALWAYS HAVE Jiart what yew are looking fee In the line ef Jewelry. slverware. rut glass, ete. Ala stationery. Our watch' snd clock repair wort aoar. anteea. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 4 ELM STREET tOLE ACENT FOR BOSTON AMERICAN ". CADILLAC LIVERY . A TON OF COAL A cord of wood, a bag of coke or a ton ef soft coal wtll produce practical!:- aa many heat units when consumed in one fi repot aa another. The measure of successful operation pro duced by the Pipeiees heating system de pemla almost entirety on how well theaa heat nnita are distributed in your dwelling. n urdcr to get warm air evenly die out. Hot air and coJd air cannot exist ia tributed ' you must nrst ret the cold air out. Hot air and cold air cannot exist in the same place at the same time. Naturally you cannot get hot air to your rooms Oil you remove the eold air. This ia why the Richardnon Boynton Pipe, less Syr tern with the wide cold air cham bers ha met with eurh wonderful succeed. If you do not know how large the eoli air chambers on a Pipeiees Hter should be in comparison with the hot air chambers to give an equal distribution of heat, don't buy until you do know. Ak for our phamp let on Succe-f ui I'll lens Heating, or 'phono us for particulars. MARSII-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. Its. Orange Co. Tel. Trip by the mie, hour day. Reasonable rate. or DR. CARL F. ROBINSON I N- HOUSTON. TEL. 642 Llectnc, A-Kay and Radium " Doylestown Threshers Have keen built for 71 years. They have no side shake. Thry have quirk adjustable eoncavo-while machine is In operation. Tm-y have special designed wtna reguia. tx-r - -e. rate from eleener .en. A patent ed feature. Thry have large rspaettie, s to le pe. per hour. They have wide reputation foe ekan work, duretility and eatee of opermtlon. Tory art low in prx-. hut The eeo.cn we ettck to Poylentown Thrrebers ia berauee toey are good e-sy thrrKh. Ail ises In stork. MARSH ALt.f'N (X. N. E. Tel. 14. Orange Co. Tel. Treatments By Appointment "Phone "W R. Rnom t Miles Granite Puildinp, Parre, Vt. PERR Y & NOONAN WEXCFIXED FUNERAL Ft' RN1SH BatpKei Am bo 'a ace Senkt Undertakers and Licensed Embal.Tiers ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE DAILY TIMES FOR SURE RESULTS nl Sell YJ YourFann Hii? Wo Kevo Sold Over tO.000 Forvas So Dot Ne bene eW as ' Ye we It A. Strout Farm Af ency Cumn- Wat oi 4iAfcM it, at tym