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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1022.
ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Internet troni Different Sectitu. , I Mrs. Loantha Z. Austin, aged 04, years, one of the three oldest persons in Saxtons River, -died .Sunday', after tt.... ,!,,,. ;u.. mice naja iiutcnn. Mrs. George Brooks, who died in St. Johnsbury. Sunday At the aj;e of f5 years, was the mother of 12 children, 11 of whom are living. Besides her husband and children she left 17 grand children. Three children of .Mr. 'and Mrs. Doniniceo t'arangelo, who live in Paw let,, but only k mile outside of Granville,- N. , have died within a. . few days of "black, diphtheria. They were two, three and six years old. the ill ness was not -at first known and before thfl house was quarantined the older children in the family are said ta have been, about the 'street and village of liranvijle and milk was taken from the place to thq Granville condensary. The sanitary conditions at the home are said to be very bad. Vermont authorities took up the matter as soon they were aware of it.. MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS Finds Brothers After 20 Years. Giant Clarke, an employee at the CH. Gosg garage at St. Johnsbury i rejoicinjr to-day over the recent dis covery of the whereabouts of his fa ther and three , brothers whom he bad not seen since he was 19 years of "ge. ' ; . Mr. Clarke was four years old when his mother died leaving four little boys and the father The father' not being in a position to keep the family to gether put the boys in an orphan's home in Burlington, where later they were taken by different families. When Grant was fourteen years of age he became dissatisfied with the homo .in which he was placed and ran away, making his way to Montreal, Paul Scampini Reports One in Barre Oct. 7. t ' Paul Scampini of Barre has reported a collision between his car and cyie owned by Kuymond Wright and driven by Byron Wright of Barre on Oct. 7' at the corner of Merchant and Sum mer streets. Damage was about $25 to each car. Mr. Scampini was going up Merchant street in the rain and states that he did not see any car ap proaching until they almost met. He put on his brakes but could not avoid a collision. Robert B. Parker of Montpelier, a teacher in the Montpelier high school reports a collision between his car and the motorcycle driven by Mark ; H Kelley of Barre, Sept. 29 in Barre. , He states ' that Kelley thinks he should pay him $80 "for running into him and claims that the motorcycle struck his car from the side. He states that the motorcycle took the left of the road and that when he turned to the left, Kelley turned in the same direc tion. ; . " , A. LaFountairi of Barre reports that liis motorcycle was completely de stroved in a collision with t car drhen by Ramuald Genest of Barre on Oct. G in front of Cutler's garage. , He states that he received bruises. He was coming through the Cutler drive way and as he came onto the street he tried to reach his foot brake after throwing -out, his ha'nd dutch but his trouser leg caught and Genest hit him broadside. -Mr. Genest states in his report that there were no lights on the motorcycle. Arthur York of Adamant reports a collision between his car and a car with the license No. "31 ,388 on Oct. 8 between Sharon and White River. F. p. Lane of Burlington suffered a scalp wound, body bruises and a frac ture of a left rib when lie was knocked down by an automobile driven by Harry 2arsk of New Nork City on Monday evening about 0:15 at the top of W'inooski hill in Burlington. Mr. Zarek.saw another car stop and as he approached Mr.. Lane stepped from be hind the car. He was taken into the and since that time he has heard not a word from his family until Sunday house of a Mr. Kidder and attended by while in Burlington he visited the two doctors. Mr. Zarsk stated that I '.,,! C.,, .l 41.nl.. . , I 1 J orphan's home there and found the names of the families to 'which his brothers had been sent. Learning that one was in Woodsville, N, H., he went there and found his brother, Hary, an engineer on the Boston and Maine railroad. From Harry i he learned that his father is living in Manchester, N. H., while ope brother, Walter, is an engineer on the Montpel ier and Wells River railroad, while the third, Lloyd, is a motor mechanic in Buffalo, N. Y. Lane stepped from behind the car without looking to see if anyone was coming. . ' ' ' Her Farewell Appearance f Three Lines for 25c Th Tlma will nufclleh Want. Lost o Feund. For Ssle, To Let. etc. ehort '?' fleemsnts st the rate of three Hies 1 . twenty-five nts for the tint insertion ana ten cent for each subsequent Insertion. HOUSEo FOR SALE SACRIFICE SALE H-room house. HELP WANTEDFEMALE WANTED Woman to do general homework. FOTATOtS that you en depend on. Or Mrs. Paul Dillina-ham, Seminary hill, 1 derTowne's. CU 88-R. 177 Montpelier. " "t , FOB SALE Nice, elean, live crMweT feathef WANTED-Womanto do washing, family of ; pllows. Inauire of Clare . Dwinell two. 'Addre "G," Times office. 178U (Herdwkk. Tt. I77tl WANTED "AT ONCE A women for general I house "work Mre. A. B. Greene, Water-; bury, Yt. for m1 Ordor early. Apple ire scarce WAtJ'rfn School irirl or elderly women for F. K. RAtl.F.Vf t.l 791 eSra A&al P.-U, room 14. U1 North . MAPLE BLOCK WOOD forTW orTth. .0? FOR SALE Sweet Cider purroundln town. Excellent ichooln. i WANTED Girl or woman to flo ffeneni M. tfe, &ast UUu, Vt. 177t6 il mauufactuHrnr Industrie!. No labor h housework, plain cooxingr wquirea. no . rnnoifi? villafftB on railroad, from 0vw;i si iimuuiMviuiufv iiiuunvnm ef i . - . . . . trouhlee. Situated en Main etreet, oppoalte ! weahln or ironinire, ood chance for nrM bank end poatofflce. Fine location for a food rceteurent which le very much needed, Houae errenired to ttire owner a home; alao ample buaineaa space end tenement to rent. Electric llehtn. village water and lonw hard wood floor. Ae owner Uvea ewer, will ac rince for immediate aale. Addrene "G. M ," care Barre Tirana ; or tel. Barre 39-M.K4U FOIl SALE The E. A. Prindle hmiae at IS Keith avenue, corner Bummer St. and Keith avenue. 17ti person. Steady employment. wratuju m . une no. e rneccner tumilar ho air furnacei . i t . . m - .1. . I- Unriwn 1m. ' nmn st n.i . V. H-Lh.. , .1 I . . provementa. Apply t once. J. o. nay, Bradford, Vt 78t W. f. Davta, 171tf WANTED Chamber maid! , Weterbury inn. Vt. WANTED Youne womec 'to enter Barre City hospital training- echool to train to became nurses ; apply to the superintendent at the hospital. Wtf Brooklyn street property eonaiating; of two tenement houae, lante barn and an ecra or more of land. House contain ten rooms : is plumbed, and very pleasantly sit uated. A good home or investment. Also, a cottage house, on adjoining; lot; furnace heat; modern plumbing, etc. Aa owner is leaving the state, will make a price which is so low anyone will purchase it in the market for anything of the kind. Park" street property situated on large corner lot with ample room for another residence. Very choice location J with beet of surroundings.' This is also offered at I much leas than the cost to build. Property I is always rented and affords an opportunity for owner to live in a part and obtain a ,tAd income besides.. HELP WANTED MALE WE ARE LOOKING; for a few mfddled men to represent us in unoccupied terri tory in Vermont. Pay weekly. Write Heath Nurseries, Manchester, Conn. 178t3 WE NEEDa few good men for Vermont and adjacent territory. For particulars, address Nelson C, Barton, state manager, Box 100. Irasburg, Vt. 178t3 WANTED First dees polisher end polisher apprentice; also cutter apprentices; eiean, warm and up-to-date plant; Canton Bros., Inc., Smith street. . 170tf fill DR. W. FAY MANN,-Jr. Dentist , Eastman Block Tel. Office 7-M. House fl-M. Office Hour t to 12 a. m.. 1 to E p. m. Monday and Saturday T to 8 p. m. AUCTION ESTATE OF DALE F. CHAMBERS. FARMS FOR SALE SIBLEY FARM FOR SALE On Willey St Ext., one half mile from north end sheds 176 acres well divided into pasture, tillare HORSE JUMPED INTO AUTO And Painfully Injured Dr. F. H. Dayia of Lyndonville. St. Johnabury, Oct. 12. Dr. F. H. Davi of Lyndonville was painfully injured Tueaday night while on his way to St. Johnsbury to attend ft Masonic meeting. Near Maplewood farm, the George H. Morrill place, a liorse, frightened by the automobile It's for Piles Peterson's Ointment "Hundreds of people have told me,"' sayi Peterson, "that Peterson's Oint ment is the quickest and best remedy for piles in the world." For chafiinjr, eczema, old sores and sore feet. All .druggist, 35c, WOc, $1, $2.50, $5. dv. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS. -,ie ",,ction on the I,rerai8e8 Published 1M1 The Square Deal Place Representing the following Pianos Est. 1R61 Eat. H4T Ret 1S62 Est. 1M 1 Ask for book of thormsnd rsfereauea. No. 61 Speuldlnsr fit. 'Phone TS2-W BARRE. VT. Stt of Vermont, District of Randolph, The honorable probate court for the die trict e.torrsaid, to all persons interested ,nd woodlot. Tillane in hiirh sUte of eultl in tne estate or Uale . Lhsmlwn. late of ... . i r. i i...t nc M.n..A an Having purchased the farm known as WflHamstown, in said district, deceased, ion, h'gy and 200 bushel eorr in erib. Farm the Charles Cadv dace, better known FAlSftl. . . . .. tools consists of nraetimlly new ensll. ,, , , ' V"',lr-C m cou" na iirnea me B(t0 cutter and irasolcne enirine, all sleds, as the Alonzo Clark farm near bottth 2th da yof Oetbber next for exsmning and wagons and bsrnesaes. One pair good work Woodbury, I Will sell the same at pub- l!7in the account of Dell V. Stone, ad- horses, hogs, hens and 20 eows. 18.000 takes . , ; , , . T c ' iwr 1 i.i 1 11. r rucuiam infiuire, o. f. and for a derre rf the residue of said ea- Sibley. Plainfield, Vt. Tel. B0O5-4 177tl0 Saturday, October 14 at 12:30 p. m. Sharp. and ordered that public notice thereof be FARM FOR SALE One mile from North. Klven to all n-rson. Int.il In Uwi "eia vi uag on tne union brooK roau. BS Ute by publishing this order three week f , hout Aock.'T " mni tlm' .,-.i..i .iZ... .u. a i j bcr enough for place. Good buildings, prac 1 in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper pub- " T" V? tli CW""i lishrd at Barre City. Vermont inquire C. J. Hill. Northfield, Vt. lJStf GAGE & GAGE - Chiropractors Currier Block Also tne IOlIOWinif personal proper- lishrd at Barre City. Vermont. tvi 15 COWS, part fresh and balance THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to FOR SALE One of the best farms m , " fr-.v,.,, .nnn. ilvea- 2.vAar.nll nr the probate office in Chelsea, in Waitsfteld. tbijty-fle head of cattle, all to freshen Boon, calves, Z year-Oia m!4 di,,, on th, dllT then and erope and tools. One farm In West Tops- bull; 2 yearling bulls; 4 ahoata; about there to contest the allowance of said ac- ham. 165 acres, one-half mile to village. 25' tons hay; pair' Morgan Colt, one CQunt " rou see cause, and to establish one-half mile to creamery. Also email . .r. U and il tW !.. kga tees and lawful , term in Rwbury. 80 acres. 1' miles to . . v. claimants to saia residue. ' rcoxoury aenot meee farms can be bought years old, own brother and Bister; pair Given under my hand, this 10th day of right. Tby are my owr. property, no com- Auction Sale . As I have sold my place and must cive immediate nossesxion. I will sell reared and plunged straight for thejt public auction, on Cit premises on car. J.)r. Davis was In tiie bacK seal and got the full brunt of the onset. Two ribs were broken and Ins left side and arm badly bruised. Whether he was struck by the .horse of the shaft could not be determined. The other occupants of the car. Her man Webster of Kast Burke, who- was driving and Metisan Burpee of Lj'nJort ville, in the rear seat with Dr. Davis were uninjured. Dr. Davis wa taken to his home and in addition to his in juries is suffering from the shock. " ' TO THE WOMEN OF VERMONT. As good citiiena you wish to regis ter your political preferences at the general election, Tuesday, November 7th. In order to do this you must take the Freeman's oath, which can be ad ministered by the county clerk, the town clerk, or any justice of the peace When this has been done, the next step is to get your names on the check list of your own town. ' The lists are already posted for the general election They are subject to two revisions lie fore the' date of election. ' The date of the last revision is Saturday, Nov. 4th. The responsibility of- getting your name on the check list belongs to you not to any official. The town clerk or any member of the board of civil authority tan see that your names are on the check list. When the lists are pouted always look and see it your name is on. Laws in regard to " elections are definite and specific, and you cannot vote unions you fulfill the requirements. The state and its interests are in the hands of the women as well as the men. Let us as good xermonters do our duty and vote. This Company Started, and has kept in condition for seventv three years, to give good practical life insurance service. ConMlt us. Nation al Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, 4. State tret. Montpelier, Vt.; (i. J. Seaper, local agent. Cherry street, in Hard irk village on SATURDAY, OCT. 14TH, at 1 O'clock p. m. Sharp, ruy entire lot of household goods as follows: - -Cook etove, dining table and six din inff chairs,' morris chair, office chair. four rockers, nice couch, stands, arm chair, two nice oak chamber suites, iron bed, three sets wprings, tfcrte mattresw, lot of bedding consisting of quilts, spreads, sheets, pillow '-aaes, three pair pillows, large oval mirror, two small mirrors, clock, lot of nice pictuies. quantity of table linen, silverware, china, crockery, glassware, bric-a-brac, portieres, three pair lass curtains, etc., art square, all-wool carpet, couch ham mock, aofa pillows, three large crock:., ironing board, wash tub, wash boilc, combination wash ben?h and wringer, garden hone, storm windows; two sleighs, one wagon, about one-half ton coal and lot of articles not mentioned. Come to this sale as otir necessity" is your opportunity. Terms at time of sale HARRY D. COLE, Owner. V. R. HUDSON, Auctioneer, Marsh- field, Vt. LIVESTOCK AT AUCTION at South Poyal'on village, MONDAY, OCT. 16TII, at lfl o'clock. ' Having sold my real date will r 11 at auction on the above inte and place the following described properly; horfwi. including pair black colts, weighing 2.4"0 pound, sound and rght; the others are gwd general pit--pose horses, weighing r-in !0 to 1!"0 pound and in good Sn. Also 3 piano bog bnriies. 3 Conmrl style rmcirics. I two seat bugirr, three neat wagon, 2 three-eent eleighs, 2 sur rey leigh. 2 corered sleighs. 5 open ftieifh, nearly all newly varnislwHl. 7 driving harnesses, 5 'loulik brne.. one heavy hand made ) ham.v yobe. blankets, etc., rt; aUo whip, mats, s-eterinary mcdw-inrs. boyse flip pers, etc, and a lt of hnvhid fur niture, inrlud tig wond '. 'iter, carriage pole, ettra poles, w .I'lctrs an! a rjaanlity of antr..morile acceswrie. tire, etc. Terfr at time of sale M. r.iav. IS. at ! eV!V. FPESCOTT C. CAETY. Owret. D. A. TerrT, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt- Farm, Stock and Tools at Auction I will sell at public tuction my prop erty m rayston, two miles from Wait- fleld village, known as the Thompson farm on ftragg hill, on THURSDAY, OCT. 19, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. TIIE HOME FARM containing 200 acres, a'thably divide t. 2.000 sugar trees, and qjantity of wood and lumber; sugar equipment for 1,00 trees; plenty of fruit; nine room hou' in nice condition; bam 100x40 feet. Running water to buildings 23 HEAD OF STOCK 19 cows, six to frfs-hen lit October, bal ance in early winter and spring; tw registered Ayrshire, one yearling Ayr shire heifer; balance grtde Holstems and .Jerseys, three calve: pair gney horses, seven and einM vears oil eight about 2,fi)0 poundi FARMING TOOLS AM) MACHINERY Nearly new mowing machine, ho--" rake, hey ted.ler, Kemn manure spreid er, set truck, rood farm wairon, r press wagon with two seats, Svra Cl! plow, disc harrow, smoith'ng harr( spike-tooth harrow, two seta hesv traverse sled, with aiz font bunk. double harnrsses, net light driving har n-, Sharplee mi ker. n.-arly new; fan ning mill, feed grinder. " BTimit.ir Gray ensilage cutter, with ti foot cr rter, com planter, atone boat, draar . rig. nearly new; whifTletree and a 1 of other tool nrt mentioned ; tv. Leader evaporator and arrfceo. one .. whtca is eight feet and the other ti feet; siipsrinf -off pan irtd arrh; . tan'd .V-pat storage tank, J'l fii syrup ran. two galve'iij-d BTHoerij tank. 1 '' sap l.iifke with ponf- Abrnit r0 torts t.f bay. fne t.,n :r 50 tori enMlsre. Term at t ime nf . .i,n. , , rvn. lmrday, 'V-t. 1. at lo o r! H. BROTHERS, Orwi. D. A. TERRY, Ap!9teT, Barre, Vt. 1 onlt h tholr oil.. October, 122. Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7 to 8 five months old; harness for the ponies. Oct. 12-19-2 Diu"' p. m. i ve expect mora personal property at m j T-i , f . i . . . i. ' - ' lueeoay, xnursoay, oaturoay s to OiW suiiwn.. p. m. I farm consists ol 110 acres, moro s,.(l . v,, n. , . . ... 'Phone Office Mj-W. Realdence 324-4 or lew, large basement barn, good Ut V"- W"hmton- t ESTATE OF JOBS BANCROFT. np T T7"TJt7TC! fl UTAPTTM bousej running water at house and The honorabi UJ. IjFu VV iO U. JVIAIUIW .barn; about 500 sugar treee; a. quanti- ret aforesaid. rc-nmrTt Airrnin ntivntriT a I... . i i j i . . i i jt- the etate of J uoiturvinju faiciurui Offlre la Room 15, Miles Building Telephone CoanerttM OFTICK HOUT1S : ( a. m. to H ra. aad 1 : te 4 p. m. Monday. Tuesday. Thorsdey anil Fr1dy DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOFATHIC PHYSICIAN B LAN CHARD BLJX3. phones I Offiee, t-W Sestdenee, TOCV TEL. OmCS Zt-IL REBIDENCB. Ui-M COLLBCTIOKS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BIA)CK BABJU. VT. NOTARY PUBLIC DR. CARL F. ROBINSON mission -attached. Mlirrit consider eity property as part peyment. Tel. 9-M, Montpelier. Geo rye F. Lackey, Montpelier. Vt lS2tf FOR SALK Vitiaa-e firm. SO seres. 4mflet from Montpelier; John . F. Benjamin. Barr. Tel. 105-R. 7Stf WANTED One good granite cutter, one good granite let terer; steady worl and good wages to suitable men; good working conditions. BROCK MONUMENT CO., Vincennes, Ind. .,. . 176ts For further information and price inquire oi li. B. Love. J. Gould More, Dr. ttoseoe Avery. : Business Committee of the Barre Congregational Church. : -. JTTtf FOR SALE Barber shop and'billiard room ) an extra (rood business for one man ; elM a arood 2nd hand Dorla-e tourimr ear. thoN oughly overhauled; address "A. L. B." ears' Barr e Time. H6ti FOR SALErrawfordfangeT; call19 PerJ rinetreet,Tel. 416-M. 1761S FOR SALEr-90-cr wood and lumber lot) xt Ml?i h C- McCarthy, 7 School atreet Northfield. Vt. FOR SALE Dry hard block wood ; Rose B Smitlj, Craftebury, Vt 17i FOR SALE Set of new work" harness, nevJ er been used: and rabbit hound, one year old ; address "K. L." Times office. 1763 WANTED TO SELLMy Introt IngranJ ite business in Barre; for information writeto.,,K,'eare Barre Times office. 175t6. FOR SALE Purple " top Swedish turnips J carrots, beete and cabbage; Tel. 60B-MJ - t7St Tulips and Narcissus Direct from Holland All first si sml .k; ?ar-erl8h,?Idtreet. Tel. 791J. 172tf Bi-KUIK CLAPBOARDS Old growth! Pct fr price and description address C. H. Eaton, manufacturer, Rochester, Vti KSt21 TBulW nd J ies; E. pj WANTED Two men to learn the pollBhing trade. Good opportunity. Apply In per son. George Straiton, Barre. Ustr. WANTED Kitchen man; W. F, Davis, Waterbury inn. Waterbury, Vt nstr WANTED AT ONCE A general plumber; good wages: work year around: Address J. A. Godbout Winooeki. Vt 17St6 WANTED AT ONCE AH round farm hand good teamster ; Charles L. Woodbury, Her. lin. Vt. Tel. 894-4. 171t WANTEDFirst c!assrolisher in nice elean mill to work in ; steady work for the tight man : also granite cutters ana granite ap prentices. Anderaon-Fribers Co.. Willey St. inn FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE All kinds of reel eetnte; firms, all ie ana locations ; Tillage properties, an kinds store. Ued and esw mills;- rottsges at joes pomi; call end see ns; write or M. V. CLARK, Owner. B. H. BENJAMIN, Auctioneer. honorable probata court for the die t, to all persons interested ta tv of lnmher and lota of w,uvl 'Term. .",ono. t late. M lalai. .j .. . ln ,ala aittrK-t, occeased. UKr.turvU; on real eatate. ; WHKRt;;. sii rin has .icnrO th . ... . .w j.. . . ... - ; e . ierma mane Known at lima OI sale. "-7 oenior e examining thone what rmi want tf yon mean bta. -"'j ". . ; Tl. " tneee; w ran ur .how you th rood -" ; ' " , ' u . T . . prices and term right fur a decree of the residue of said eeUte, A. R. COLE &TUl P. S. ROGERS u tne lawrui claimant or in same, ana ordered that public notice thereof be give to ail persons interested in said estate by publishing thaj order three weeks ueees sivcly previous to the day assigned la the Barre Daily Times, a aewspenep pub lished at ritr of Barre. in aaid district. THEREFORE, yon are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district on the day assigned, thea and there to contest the allowance of said and to eaUblHh Stock at Auction Aa I am not able to do the milking, have decided to aell at public auction to the hiirheat bidder on the nremisea aceonnt tf yen where I live one mile from Randolnh rwur "ht a heir. legatee and lawful Center toward South Randolph, on Saturday October 14, 1922, at 12:30 o'clock in the afternoon, the following; described stock: 45 HEAD OF STOCK Agents, Marshfield. Vt. 72tf ROOMS TO RENT claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 10th day of uetobey, l2Z. 1 RANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Oct. 12-19-2. TWO FRONT OFFICES IN 8CAMPINI BLOCK TO RENT Will rent single or oouoie; pnone si i-v or HeK. 173tl TO REfT Four otrlce rooms: cjm large rront room ; 2nd nonr ; inquire of Uuin bin house. 172 North Mala etreet 76tf 99 it rail oa I I nun lireil TT.lat ;,- Electric, X-Ray and Radium pure bred Ilolatein bull, 18 not, old. ! 1 ten-months old pure bred Holatein bull, alao registered Jeraey cow, one ' . Treatments By Appointment Thone 709-R, Room 2 Miles Granite Building, Barre, Vt. PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Fioere. Barre. Tel. connection." ? R.W L. W. MORSE Brookfleld, Vt FUNERAL FURNISHINGS, UNDERTAKER AND LICENSED EMBALMER Lady assistant Automobile Hearse. yearling and one registered pure bred Jersey bull. An etra good lot, aomo i producing as much as 60 lbs. per day when freeh; good sire, all straight and right; not an old cow in the lot; prac- j tk'allv all frei-h or will be about the time of uale. TUBERCULIN TESTED AND A CLEAN LOT FROM FEDERAL TEST. Come to this sale for some beay milker. You are sure to find some that will please you. Terms at time of sale. Lunch foy those coming from a distance. October 14th, at 12:30 p. ra. DON BRIGHAM, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. W Your Farm W Hat 5olJ Orwt 20,000 Ptrm to Dt No Iwiiiit itm atxl m withdrawal dhmrm. You pry Wut comnkmrnomtmlrttitS flmtm -Mcufmcf. MlaM w taicpKosM E. A. Strout Farm Agency Ceaaasaaleate With J. i. 1ASH.R. Agatit. BUnstead Bieak Sie. aVanv. Tt WE ALWAYS HAVE Just what you are looking for ia th line ef jewelry, silverware, cat giase, etc. Alee stationery. Our watch and clock repair wart guar. enteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ELM STREET OLE AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMERICAN 4 ( Are You the Man -Who Never Reads Advertisements ?" 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 man 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 opinions to a great degree. He may have received his infoima tion through others who ob 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." Publish eti by The Barre Pailr Times, in Mp erttSon with Die American Association f Adrertisinir Arencies. . Real Estate and Personal Property at Auction. As I am froinff out of farminc, will aell at auction to the Kicheat bidder on tlie premise where I iive, known at the Fred Slayton farm, on the main roarj from Eat Calais to Hardwick, alo tit one mile from East Calaia vil lage, on TUESDAY, OCT. 17TII, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. the following described property: THE HOME FARM containing from 165 to 170 acre, of which 60 acres are in tillage: level and fr from stones pasture for 20 or more i head; supar bush of .0 maple; some aott wood; will winter 30 to 40 head; beat of water; ten-room house in ei- jtra good shape; fluh chwte, part hard ! wood floors, porch; mod.rn barn, about j4x44 feet, wit h , basement ; tool shed and par ce. The real estate will be sold on easy term,v with a payment of fi.iaai down or possiply less. MACHINERY AND TOOLS John Deere manure prcader. Eclipse corn planter, Woodpecker ? H. P. n-i jrine, wecder. smoother, two plows, one new; hay rake, hors l:oe, set medium j trucks a good as ne; blower, new jhsjr tedder, disc harrow, mowing ma .chine, Concord style wagon, two set work harnesses, set sleds with brakes, two slciph", circular saw, etprcse wair on, new cultivator, grindstone, set liht ; drive harnesses, 000 tin sap buckets, 'covers and spouts, 12 f.v.t t.rimm arcn, Jsuparinjr off arch anj pans, storajre tank, sap rfed, galvanized draw tub. small churn and butter worker, Bab- cock te-ter, storm windowa. rutaav l.arrow, 2 sleighs, C4 ft. extension Imi Aft. two or three straint ladit-r. and many other article not mentioned. STOCK 29 HEAD 17 grade Jersey cows, three- to resr oid heiter. .m fresh,, halanoe s frrshen in fall and winter; eiht raUes. seme e'i month o!d; Jersey bull, two and one half Tears old, el gible to rg itry; pair thestuut horses, weight 2, .Va) pound; an extra ?od team; co d ape; pair b!a-k horc, aeight I .Ota) pounds; eijrht and nine years iIJ, extra WANTED ' GRANITE CUTTERS AND QUARRYMEN To take nlare of the whose aaree merit with this Company expired on March Slut. 1922, and who have refused to resume work on th AMERICAN PLAN Permanent employment at MILFORD. MASS., KEENE, N. H., and STONY CREEK. CONN. 44 hour per week. We are nayina hiah class Monumental srranlt cutters and earvers, 18.50 to 110 and first class quarrymen 16.80 to $6.40 per day. Earn man furnished free 1600.00 LIFE IN SURANCE so lone; as he remains in our employ. Workina; conditions at our plant are the best In the Granite Industry. APPRENTICES WANTED To learn the era n ite euttina- trade. fined pay to start and advancement areordina to Improvement. run wae when you ran produce a standard day work. APPLY TO The Milford Pin't-Victorla White Granite Co., Miiford, Mas. WANTED An apprentice boxer.: also a a-router; Barclay Bra.. Barre 163tf WNTED-3ood woodsmen for steady joh. The C. E. F. O. Burt Cc Stowe. Vt 162tf WOOL Kmtrma YARN-For" sal, direct from manufartuvvr, at 9!e, I1.H6 and 11.60 a pound. Prwtags paid on t5 write ror arriplea. We also e eustom work; H. A. Bartlett. Harmony. "??: . 154t2l FOR SALE Green Mountain siESTuirse tools, farm machinery, furnaces, flr er tfnpiisher, oil burner; subscrfntsons for Times, Rural New Yorker I G. a Adams, s"rre. Tej. 27-I. STtllHf BLIGBTLY USED PHONOORaTPHS for SALE st s bararaln price t slo an Piano, used only about six- weeks: also on player pIbbo; Lamorey Clothing Co.. Barre. istt WO()P..FOR gALB-No. t selected aid' rrowtn body Work wood, on lot of de livered. Tel. 10W. Mitt FOR BALE A orenaratton . f.w ilMnins rrsnite and marble monuments: hrtghten BP the letterinr and makes the whole mono ment look elean and new: a-uaranteed; pries on appHeaHon : James Sullfean. 114 Psrk street. Barre, Vt ltf HOUSES TO RENT W NTED Few snprentice rrsnite cutters: Hoyt VMllne, Depot square. 168tf WANTED--A few more apprentice arsntte cutters : Barclay Bros. lSTtr OR ANTTE CUTTERS. OUAR RY WORKERS. POLISHERS. TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS, TAKE NOTICE LABOR TROUBLE TN BARRE. VT.. AND VICINITY AT PRESENT WANTED SITUATION WANTED Educated youna- man wants any honest work. Three years reneral business experience. Best references. Purdy; 'phone 0-W, Montpelier. 177t4 POSITION WANTED By man twenty six year old, capable of taking chsnre ef an office. Thorouehly familiar with cost and reneral account in- systems used by the lanre manufacturing concerns. Seven vesrs experience. ror ns ot references or personal interview address replies to Offiee." cere Barre Time. l'Sts CASH PRICES For old rses. melsl. Iron, mairaunea, papers, etc ; Tel. 407-K, Sim Gould. 17St22 WANTED TO BUY A oiisrry sweep: ap ply to P. O. Box li. Barre. Vt. 17-'tf WANTED TO RENT Or take on shares a farm with stork and tool. Box 11, R. F. D. Strafford, vt. lTOtlz TO RENT Five-room cottatre with garden, electrjo lights; low rent; vacant Oct. 15; at 1 Bemis place.. Henry H. Jackson. Tel. 499-Y nits FOR BENT Stone "house; seven or cijrht rooms, in aood condition : on Tmw Call or 668-W. 177tf TO RENT Very desirable tenementof sit rooms ana ostn. centrally located. Edith M. Carr: tel. 862-M. , I77tf FOR RENT After Oct, 12th. a modern tenement of five rooms, at 1S8 Routh M.in street: inquire upntairs. 17613 TO RENT 6-room upstairs tenement,'" hot water, aarden : inquire of Mrs. C. Comol- II. 4 Foster street. I75t6 TO RENT Two teneTnenteTdoimatalr and upstairs flat t 138 No. Seminary St.. in- quire oi ir. nossi, at the house. , 17Sif HOUSE TO RENT At No. 1 River" stw, Barre, Vt. ; Strong Hardware Co., Burline- lc"; Vt. l?4tf TO Rr",NT 6-room upstairs trnemnt 63 Merchant etreet; apply 108 Merchant St.. orca!l 1S6-M after p. m. I73tf TO RENT 5 acre "of land ;"alsoaB-room house, with hot and cold water : good barn, stable, henhouse and shed: known as Mead, owbrook farm, near carbarn, electric paw. er plant and state garage and can work ln either Barre or Montpelier; inquire of Mrs. Mary M. Richards, near Marvin farm Montpelier. Vt.. or Tel. 227-M; Mrs. W o! Pirie. Barre. Vt. i7itf TO RENT Modern 5-room downstair tene- ment, e Kirk street; inquire Angus Mee. Donald. 10 Kirk treet, or telephone 44?-R. ' l7tf FOUR ROOM TENEMENT TO RENT AH eewiy repaired: Tel. 412-X. ISStf FOR RENT IS Brook street. -ror Inn, flat; at 14 Lanre! etnvt. a nrm Or.A st 17 Laurel street. room Srd floor; all flrst elasa with set tubs, hot water; E. L. 8mith: call A. W Clark. Tel. 2S4-Y. ISStf TFNEMENT TO RENT-Inoulr.of "Mrs. Jame A hern, 41 East street. Tel. 24S-W. isntf TO PENT Five room downstairs tenement wtlh electric lichts and hsth. eelHr. hsrn crlvlWe and gone) nrrf,n sfrnsta M II riark Kt., telephone 6-R or Inquire at 11-lt Howlsnd Blder. IlOtf HORSES AND VEHICLES rAlR"OF"WORK"H0RSES"FORSALK Weighing around 2!)00 ttis. Good workers and the price will surprise you, as I have no farther ue for them. Tel. 3SB-23. J74tf MISCELLANEOUS DOMESTIC NURSE Fifteen years 'experi ence, seek engsgt-ments. References from doctors. Telephone 441-M . Bsrre .Vt. 177tf NOTICE We will commence making elder Oct. 12. Bring vour apples early as we expect a short season: we will pay Sftc per cwt. at mill for apple : Flint Bros., Oranee Co. 'phone 14-22, Washington. VC 17U10 TYPEWRITER RIBBONS Carbon paper, di rect from the factory at cut priees ; rsr hon paper, all weights and colors, 11.60 box. Ili.SO per M: Typewriter ribbons for ell mskee of merhinee. SOe each, S.00 doien : Agent. and dealer wanted : Local Agent R S. Stafford Ink Co., Box SS3. Burlinetnn. Vt, Dept, C. i;sn TRAPPERS Rcboflelife reedy bsits and scent for fox, eeoa. and mink b used over fifty years. There's nnna kt, . soid hr C. J. Fisk. Waterbury Centra. Vrr." mont, it,f FURNTURE AND PIANO MOVING-Joha Anderson, 110 Set, Mala street. Tel. TI7-K, IBltf D4NC1NO LESSONS-PriVste in.tVuctioe by appointment i call et 172 Main street, phone 164-W ; Marie Quinls. jsitf TO RENT Vscuum clean ri The eietri Store. 14 Elm street 2tf UPSTAIRS AT COLTON'S 6-A Stable Blankets, all siies. large or small. ' 6-A Street Blankets, some beauties lor 4.8. 6-A Team Blankets. Leathered and lined. ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON'S, B41 SUte Street Montpelier, Vermont AUTOMOBILES TRUCKFO RESALE CHEAP -on.ood running vrder: good tires; 7 South Wain I street. - 175t FOR PALEFoed touring car: Jut crer-' bauled ; in So shape: cheap for qii,-k , sal: Perry Bros, gsrage. Piarl St. 17itf rOR SALE A one-ton Ford track: sd ' oei'v two ssooths; ptiy ta Steele Granite ITltf SANITARY WATER BOWLS ' Every farmer knows that in dividual water bowls for cows in rease'the milk yield front 20 to 'Z per cent and also prevent the spread of disease. The only crura tion is what howl shall ha bur. The hr. is always the cheapest and tha new Louden water bowl t.1 amis st the head. It lias all the pood features left in and the old bad features left out tf it const ruction. We have them in slock. Come and see. MARMI -ALLEN' CO. N. E. Tel. 14). Oran.-e Co. Tel. LIVESTOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE Fifteen giade Shropshire hp. sl-o - reentered cees iwl ens ram lami. O. P. 0gv-. 4. Msrh!ieid. Vt r.. Bsrre. T-"y-r o 11 p "" a f j Ktlll SAIJ-: Nire rei:s:cr-d Fhrop d tVl AL.t4 A DOW 8-Cylindor,1 bwk; 20 ns.: I12. W. P Brim. w,u five-rassensrer A pperso n v- i.7-'. tourinjr car; will at a bar-! pain; T. E; Callahan. Ment-' POULTRY AND EGGS pelier, Vt., 'phone S80-M. ,5,t,,Fo8AUrity run' Hoed r. !"fiWs . I nsre ores; ll.iJ to 12 Ml esrh ; Mrs F is. kraa M. stoardmac. t bci.ee, Vu Unit LOST AND FOUND food workers and drivers; a'.o. one ! LOST- P-etmr pejtnW and B-snk street.) Ksmbler car. mn-Ksa; -sll in Jil" tcww sei m re in jrnttd shape. . HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Inc In liny organ, larre cnokstove. Is -Mfs. rbairs. bureaus, be-ls. ptrtisers, AUn fur rr Se. lie sai j. etc. Terms at t me of sale !. h tt n ,VV i" tr;n at f et'clmk in :l f re nor'T Tu; y, w-t !T. GCTT BEKTLEY. O-ser. D A, FEKST, Asctienryr, Earre, Vt i Fmeer pkase rrtern t thai ochre. i:u- LOPT -Atwwrt tour weeks ar lrosiWy "m th C'strH(e cherchi a rayee smh. "Ond e-4 I rsissb'S te essrf as vir ; lVr fssease 'Hww Barre Sl and mm-m reear. l.eii LOST LieM .rMrn"a4 hi eW: h!f ree. ssirf sjSI : fn; erwsT-4; An. tss-ie fv4. Tel. 11-1. sWre, t- i;t FOCNIV A write - ta f-wwV Hit. c- r ; C. E. Mnrlim Fjir d. Vt. 11 LC'T -Bewa Bsr-" ar4 rVH smiS's, wavrh fcere: SaeXr alipsune retwrn t Tiewe e-ee. 1 : si 3 , ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS LV THE DAILY TIMES FOR SURE RESULTS