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TIIK BAKKE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1922.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interest from Different Sections. Silas Hubbard Stone, a former rcsi dent of St. Johnsbury, died at the fioldiers' home in.' Chelsea, Muss., a few days ago. He was 84 years old Ludlow boys carried their Hallow e'en observance su fra that they were i haled into court and ordered to clean up before dark of the next day the premises thehy had littered with refuse . the night before, and court was nelU open until they obeyed orders. Myron Blair of North Troy was terribly burned at the Blair Veneer Co. mill Monday afternoon. In some man ner he slipped and fell and one lg went into a vat of boiling water. The left leg, from the knee down, was badly burned and the nox duy Mr. Blair was taken to a Burlington hospi tal for treatment. y- Mrs. Thoma's Davidson, while crons ing the school common on Summer .street,, St. Johnsbury, Wednesday eve ning, was assailed by a man who jumped from behind a board fence, grabbed her in both his arms from be hind and' seized her left, wrmt, on which she wore her watch. When she struggled to free herself, he gave her a severe blpw on the back of the head, which rendered her unconscious. Sever al hours later a passerby heard groans and found. Mrs. Davisdoh just recover ing consciousness, lying on the ground. Her watch, valued et $50, was gone, but she had no money with her She was considerably bruised and scratched about the face. Mrs. Fred Roberts was held up and robbed sever al years ago in almost 'the same spot. QUIT TOBACCO So easy to drop Cigarette, . Ciar, or Chewing habit : v .. No-To-Bac has helped thousands to break the costly, nerve-shattering to bacco' habit. Whenever you have a longing for a smoke or chew, just place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet In your mouth instead. All desire stops. Short ly the habit is completely broken, and you re better off mentally, physically, financially. It's so easy, so simple. Gst a box tit No-To-Bae and if It doesn't release you from, all craving for to bacco in any form, your druggist will refund your money without question. Adv. R 'member VHtH A M'CKlt WENT A LONG WAV IN A CArW, STOKE, BUT JVI'IU VI flirt F H THEM N THE5E- HtS 601N rJICKLO Oct. 27 of driving while under the in Ilueiice of lifluor, revoked for not less than one year. Harry B. Harvey, mxHorsviue, convicted in Charleston municipal court for driving while under the influence of liquor Uct. 2d, re voked for not less than one year. AUTOMOBILE PENALTIES. Imposed ' by Secretary of State on ' - Reckless Drivers. Secretary of State Harry A. Black has given out the following penalties in cases of motor law violations! Earl Kneelaud, St. Johnsbury, convicted in Caledonia municipal court October 31 of careless and negligent driving, sus pended 30 days Maurice II. Clements, Burlirgtion, convicted in Burlington city court October 17 of careless and negligent driving, suspended indefinite ly; Francis J. Clark, Kichford, con victed in St. Albans city court October 28 of taking a car without the per mission of the owner, suspended in definitely; George L. Flynn, Concord, alleged guilty of careless and negligent driving at St. Johnsbury October 13, suspended indefiinitely ; Edward IE. Mills, Newport, alleged guilty in Al bany October 17 of operating while i'l under the influence of intoxicating liquor, suspended indfinitely; James J, Long, Irasburg, guilty in Albany oep tember 23 of operating while under the influence, suspended indefinitely Robert Colombo, Barre, convicted in justice court at Tops-ham October of operating while under the fluence, revoked for not less than one year; Joseph A. l'me, Uurlington, con victed in Burlington city court October 20 of careless and negligent driving, suspended indefinitely; Edward Fitr.- gerald convicted in St. Albans city court October 31 of operating while uner the influence, revoked for not less than one year; M. II. Clement, Montgomery Center, convicted in fct. Albans city court October 27 of per jury in making out an application blank lor a ciiauneura license, si pended indefinitely. Gilbert Bohannon, R. F. D. No. 2, Alburch. convicted in St. Albans city 1 court Oct. 27, for, driving while under the influence of . intoxicating liquor, license revoked for not lens than one wear. George RiaL Poult ney, con victed in Fair Haven municipal court vfi fix.- Special for Saturday , Cash Only AWWWWWWWWWWW a n lioo for. -z--jrfj I -r-V . I i -Jl -JT" M. M II J -- fcllW I f" I Jf-L- 1 V 7"fl 1 Ml For Sale I will sell at private sale all' of the real estate and personal property of the late Add BIG SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY BARGAINS FOR - -SATURDAY Three Lines for 25c HELP WANTED FEMALE Th Times will publish Wants, Lout and. TO $26 WEEKLY At horns on sewing C1DEK FOR SALE Sean on will be short! Found c'or Sale To Let. etc short rdver-! machine : making cloth working glow ! I please make your want known; call ot FOR SALE tisemcnls at the rate of three line for twenty-five cents for the first insertion ana ten eeiij for each subsequent iniertion. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE A good six-room .house, and a few acres of land : right near the three roads leading to Graniteville ; good chance to work at the quarries and earn a part of your living at home; Charlee Paniiicau, Granitevllle, Vt. 132t FOR SALE The E. A. Prindle home at 86 Keith avenue, corner Summer St. and Keith avenue. 174tf 100-ACRE FARM AM equipped; nine cowi, tented I 2 head young stock, fancy team, cheap at $400.00 : hoar, poultry, near ly 40 ton of hay. lot of dry wood, tools of nil klnd for esryina- on a farm. wem, sleds, harnesses. No. 15 DeLaval cream sep arator, milk nails, .cans, etc., and priced at only 132(10.00 for all. Located on fine road; only about four and one-hail miles from Montpelier : auantity of wood: sugar bush: well watered pastures: ten room house In irood shane; two barns with boee- ment. It seems ridiculous to sell this prop erty at so low a price but we have our in structions to sell at once. For full parti' eulars inquire of the complete instruction) and pattern. 2Sc i j write Dix J, Camp, F. O. Randolph Ctr. Home Supplies, Box lBba, ntlsburjc, a. 196t4 WANTED Woman for light housework in FOR SALE No. 1 Green Mountain Tot family of two adults ; middle-aged lady I toes; if you want something fine in qiialo preferred ; write to "." care Time ofliee. i ity and grading order these by mail, for pre- ; j ent ana winter supply; l.oo ir bushed; al- WANTED Young women to enter Barre ' o No. 8 grade of Cobbler at 75c bushel; City haepital training scnool to tram w become nurses; apply to the superintendent at the hospital. ' IS'tf HELP WANTED MALE KB FARMS FOR SALE Farm for Sale " The David N. Martin place on west hill. Willlamstown i 109 acres ; valuable timber and wood lot ; sugar woods ; well-built house and ell ; two ibarns, with storage, shed and corn barn ; water at house and barnyard ; farm finely situated on southeast slope. For further particulars, call at 87 Elm street. Barre. 193t6 FOR BALE Village farm. $0 acre. 4 miles from Montpelier f John F. Benjamin, Barre. Tel. 10S-R. 7Stf ie M. Ladd, late of Oranae, Beef Steak, per It) ... .....28c rvi,, r. ' ' -rtJ t i t . i -n i . -r am. v umi V JJLILLL'I uuc 10 cakes Scan of all kinds 56c' .""V ,?".""r.s",." rorK cnops, per id .,Z8ct03Uc in - iv caxes ooap 01 au Kinas doc m ftcre8 rt in lUe Town of 0 Tu V V ( Z 10 lbs. Sugar ............ 75c ,n" 10 lbs. Of gOOd Onions . . . .24C and part in the Town of Barre, bade Shoulders, It) K , . . . . 22C 1Q V ' r- 10 lbs. small Onions...... 16c lumber lot in orange of 200 acre,, , Boiling Beef, per lb ..8c to 15c r:5iTT Jd 'A'R' Sweet canned Corn. u tofk 00' and .farm. "-W""y : Roast Beef, lb 23c r , lu ouul" i" -, c : e uea on nam rarm. i win sea mi r c;-Wn 3tooL- It. lu iud 10 ..l.OU T ' H-l uummo moiasses, can ....xuc;r 25c can of Baking Powder 16c Creamery Butter 49c Pure Cider Vinegar, gal . .36c White Vinegar, gal.. .34c Potatoes, per peck ........ 23c Remember the place. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE All kinds of real estate: farms, all sires and locations; village properties, all kinds; tores, feed and saw mills : cottages at Joe's pond : call and see us ; write or telephone what you want if yon mean bva. we ean sure show you the roods; and terms right. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, V. Agents, Marshfield. Vt. TWO GANGS GRANITE CUTTERS AND ONE TURNER Mausoleum work; Wages from $1.00 per hour up; open shop; Nor Hss Quarry, Stonjy CreekConn. Jit WArn'E.D--Man to follow derrick and box stone: Lillie Granite Co., Jnc, iJiaea. well street, Barre City lufitf WANTED Two experienced men to work in the' woods : apply at the Meadow Brook Farm, Marshtieid, Vt. lH6t3 WANTED High grade men for permanent selling positions, ec ifonnsDury anu iieai by towns ; right men will be well conipen 19 Main tt., au onns nated. F. A. ,N bury, Vt. 19&t6 FOUR MEN Who are not afraid of work ; men of clean character whose ambition is beyond present position ; this is a business that hard times do not affect. We have men in our emoloy who have doubled their monthly income within the last Inst six months. See Mr. M. M. Daley. Hotel Barre, after i.n. nu, Friday. . lU5t3 WANT DTBLACKSMrrH Good wages"and a steady job for the right man ; 0. M. Page, proton, Vt. Wt'j WANTED One flint class letter cotter! one who can carve oreferred. F. W. Mould. Morrtsville. Vt. lttt WANTED Bobbin turner, a man who ean turn 8000 8x1-6.16 bobbna, per day. blote wages desired. Write "O. C. B," this of fice. - lU4t WANTED Young men between the age of In and 80 to learn a trade: earn, learn and travel ; apply V. S. Navy Recruiting of fice at the post office every Monday. Iil4t6 WANTED AT ONCE Four or five middle aged men to act aa salesmen for us in several of the larger towns of this state; steady positions for those who make good ; call or write Morns Sales Co., 32 wo. Mam streeV Barre. Vt. l3te WANTED Boss polisher; steady job; apply at Jones Bros. Co. lJtr . a postal will reach me; H. W. Boas. R. V. D. 1. Wilhamstown, Vt. 10718 FOR SALE Cook stove and small coal heat er; owner leaving city, must be sold at once; price right; call at ilO South Mum street ' Ia7t6 FOR SALE Ottawa log saw, 414 b. p. 1021 ml lei j nearly new; price right; must sell at once as owner is leaving city; call all 110 South Main street.- 197t6 DRY BLOCK, HMD AND CHUNK WOOD-i AUo ' good Jiay. delivered in Barre or Montpelier; F. A. George, Tel. 894-22 o Montpelier 812-81. I7t6 IK IN NEED OF A 6PAkTORMUA DE LAVAL Take one home on trial ; I have all sizes in stock ; A. K. Batchelder, FlaMeH Vt. 1 95t FOR SALE Creen hardwood, four-foot; 12 a cord; sawed, 114, or 83.50 a run. This Is No. 1 second growth ; $5 for limb wood on the fot at WiUiamstown gulf, or $9 de livered; terms cash; call F. W. Langloin. 195tf WANTED First class polisher and polisher apprentice ; also cutter apprentices ; clean. warm and utvtivdat DUint s Canton Bros Inc.. Smith street. 17tf JUST LOOK! Dairy Butter, lb 50c Washington Creamery Butter, per lb ,50c 10 lbs. fine Sugar ,75c Coffee, lb... .....30c Yellow-eye Beans, lb ...... 10c Pea Beans, lb . 10c Good Eggs, dozen : 40c Brookfield Eggs, dozen 50c 3 large loaves of bread . . . 25c One-eighth bbl. Pastry flour for .90c One-eighth bbl. Lucky Bread Flour for .?1.20 10 cakes Soap ............. 50c 10 lbs. Cornmeal 40c 10 lbs. Rolled Oats 45c Western Steak, lb 30c Pork Roasts or Chens, per lb.. - at ....... 25c, 28c, 30c Boneless Ham, lb . ; 18c Beef to boil, lb 10c, 15c Good Roast Beef, lb 25c Frankforts, lb 19c Pressed and Minced Ham and a great many other bargains. Come in and do your shop ping at right prices. Just across the bridge. Louis Romanos 59 Prospect St, Tel. 318-W Tom Webby 145 Seminary St., Barre, Vt. 10 lbs. A and AA Oatmeal 45c . W. J. CLAPP, Adminigtrator. 1"" "" ""u,uul -l"c P.nrv WMfm Rih P.t I?Mf I . . . . m. ; xicmuvb ikun kusi Bend zee for scsd: per ID .CZ.C. niat. ink and fruit stains disappear ; The bone, per lb Frankforts. m JHSCELLANEOUS ,18c Smdtel ;i5m7.lfc,::::33c We8tcr" Chuck Roast of Beef. m st, per ID ...lC.TO RENT Shed Good Trades for Saturday Only Fine granulated Sugar, 13 lbs.. for .:.f $1.00 Fancy Creamery Butter, per lb. . .... ;. 53c Round Steak, per lb ..... . 30c Roast Beef, lb. 28c Roast Pork, lb 29c to 34c Frankfurts, . lb. . . 20c Boneless Smoked Shoulder, per lb 18c Heavy Salt Pork, lb lGc Boiling and Stewing Beef, por lb 12c to 18c White House Coffee, lb. . 35c Cream Cheese, per lb ... . ,28c B. P. Shadroui Tel. 184-W, 50 Brook St. Auction Sale Farm, Stock and Tools A we have other property which; f0r require, our time, will Mil t auction Babbitt. World. Star. White on the premises in Washington. Naphtha, 10 Cakes for . . .55c, I f CIi-jI-aiiI TA-A. XT. c Palmolive Soap, 3 cakes for 25t: J OliaarOlJI fTC-uiicauajr. u,cii.uvi o, Suprar 13 jg for ?1 qq m M t 12 o'clock Rolled Oats, 10 lbs. for ... .40c ! , n ,. m.ln rna l,linr frnm llsrr. ' ComflakeS, 3 pkgS. for . . . .25C to Washington about one mile from White House Coffee, Tb . the village ana three miles from Last Green Tea, lb .. Washington Creamery Butter. ir '. to rent shed room, inciudimc den-iek r,pr th ' -n -'toast rork, lb. ,25c, 28c, 30c ,"? U"Z 1 fh" w,,nt'r per 10 .......... .,. 4UC r m v , ' ' Plant operatlnr on American plant for par- Compound Lard, per lb . . . .15c ?eg Jf 'Jr . vftulM "pp" " Hoyt Miln lnc-- Bm5 Pure Lard, per lb ...16c v.w't ok ool -SSiAG-rToiTi74o-ipi. n inn rt. 1' orequarter Lamb, lb ...,22c, ani. 4',atf Onions, 100 lbs. ..$2.00 Large bottle of Catsup ... .28c furnture and piano moving John Big can Tomatoes, 2 cans . .35c l.r nktr nt VnPr . 9Zo ..inJenm' 119 s M,,n trwt- ..T''; U.JJ - m i. " -" " -. .... , (.-. int iueuium size lomaioes, & cans Large can 0f peaches 25c s dancing LEss6Nsprivste in.tmetio - baic can t,-iu ijcei iiitu 11S South Main St. Barre, the following described prop erty: THE FARM Farm, Stock and Tools at AUCTION Administrator's Sale at Auction To settle the etat of David Iid ley. late of Barre fity, the tinfleri)rnd ill sell at public am-tion on the prem ises at No. 24 Farwell street, the home place of the said Dudley, consisting of house, barn, henhouse and larjre lot of land, being approximately 10S iet frontage and KK) feet dwn. Build, ni;a in lair repair; goa ganlen, quile a quantity of fru,t; splendid fpring of nerer failing aler ireeded with tne premises. This property will be sold without reserre or limit for the reason ab-"-e Terms at time of me. Sale wi!l take place at 1 o'rlnrk, Saturday Afternoon. No vember 4th. A. W. BADGES. Administrator. X. A. FERRT, Aactiomeer. The undersigned will sell at public auction on the permines in Berlin, about one-half mile from the main road between Bun-e and Montpelier, known as the Henry Hawea place, on Monday, November 6th, at 12:30 o'clock in the afternoon, the following described REAL ESTATE Consisting of SO acre farm, about 30 acres of tillage, balance pasture and woodland; tillage is in good state of cultivation; barn with tie-ops for 12 cows and 3 horses; has basement; two hen houses; new parage for car; seven room house; running water at bouse and barn; very near good school. An Accredited Herd. 15 head of cattle, one reoiiiered Guernsey bull, three years old; 10, prade cows, Jerseys and OuerTiHeya,! mostly all fresh; I yearling, three) calves; pair horses, weight about 2'KX) I lbs., sound and good workers, one srr rel horse; 2 slioata. weighing about 1.15 ! lbs. each; 50 White Wyandottes r,d ' K. I. rerts. Crops About 25 tons of hay, quant itr vt ensilage, quantity of straw, few bushel potatoes. Machinery and Tool 2 sets of two horse sleds, one of which is nearlv stw; new puni'. Wd 1 body, light two horse wapnn. set Stale- ' baker trucks with bodv. dumq cart.! en buggr. pair heavy work hsrnrst. , light driving LirnwM, spring tiHh harrow, cutaway harrow, twn-horse' riding cultivator, com planter, plow, 3 h. p. Empire gas engine, nearlv new; drag saw rig. ho. 1.1 IVLaval -resm 1 sepsrator. and taany other articles n mentioned. ' Terms at time of sale. Sale w;H be- i gin pnmp:iv at iz-4i ocima. j HE5KT AND HAROLD HAWKS. Owntrn. D. A. FERKT. Aoctioneer. known as the Patterson or Bradbury farm, containing about 8S acres; 30 acres of tillage in good state of cultiva tion; lays line; sugar orchard of track trees; will keep 15 to 18 head of stock and .team; two barns, one S4ic.m) It, in very good condition; one, 28x3(1 ft., with leanto, 15x55 ft., carriage house; large hen house; basement tinder barnsj tie up for 16 head; very com fortable house containing nine rooms; heated by furnace; could have electric. lights; never failing water. 34c .45c Purity Rolled Oats ......25c Greening Apples, peck .... 65c Oranges, per dozen 65c Grape Fruit, each .. .10c Everything at low prices.' Remember the store across the Hidder Mabbep Orders Delivered Tree. 2S 30 Prospect St., Telephone 503-M EXCURSION TO MONTREAL Only $5.00 Only Tickets good on . trains leaving Barre, 2:45 a. m. and 3:45 p. m., Xov. 3rd and 2:45 a. m., Nov. 4th, Mont pelier 3:10 a. m. and 4:10 p. m., Nov. 3rd and 3:10 a. ra., Nov. 4th, and good returning until Nov. 7th, inclusive. See flyer for particulars. by aOTKintmnt ; call at 1?2 Main street. 'phone 864-W ; Marls Quintan. IBf.f acoom cleaners Store. 14 Elm street Tb Klertrw lUlt LIVESTOCK FOR SALE COW FOR SALE 1-year-old part Jenwy : ready to freshen : Jeter Johnson, Mont pelier road, near Barre road schoolhoov. lHSt'J FOUR WEEKS OLD PIGS FOR SALEAN bert Feurnier, Orange :'Tel. as-2i. 194t5 15 Head of Cattle 9 cows, grade Jersey and Guernseys; nearly all fresh and milking; all tuber culin tested; 2 eighteen months old heifers; thirteen months old regifterfd Jersey bull, Jersey heifer alf; ' bull calves; one bay horse, twelve years old, weight about 1400 ft)g.; one of the best in town; gray horse about 13(C) ttis., 3 shoats, weight from 75 to 125 lbs., 20 hens. Machinery and Tools New two-horse traverse sled, pung sligh, sleigh, hand sled, hay tedder, top buggy, extra good two-seated ex press wagon, pole; wheel harrow. spring tooth harrow, cultivator, pr. work harnesses, driving harnesses. spread chains, whifTletrees, etc.; also coal stove and some other articles of personal property. 30 tons ot hay, all Wo. I, earlv cut: quantity of green oata and rowen. Terms st time of nl-. l.nn, li for. those coming from a distance. HENRY FOREHAW, Owner. : D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. We Do Dyeing FURS We steam Plush Coats We are prepared to do any kind of remodeling and re pairing of Furs and Fur Coats. We have a full line of Fur Trimmings and Linings for Ladies' and Men's Coals in stock. Work done in a reasonable length of time. All work guaranteed. Open evenings. - ' Walter Krlnovitz Tailor and Furrier. Eastman Blk, Over Litllefield'a 3Iusic Store. 182 N. Main St, 'Phone 192-J. DR. W. FAY MANN, Jr. Dentist Eastman Block Tel. Office 76S-M. Boos 71-M. Office Hoars S to 12 - m.. 1 to I a. m. Monday and Saturday T to I p. m. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS Established 181 The Square Deal Place Rprescntinc the foTlr,wln Fiance Bennin Emerson Laater Miltrm Est. 1861 Est. 1847 Fit 18'i Est. 1891 Ask for book of a thoaaand refenpness. N 6 Snauldlnr St. 'Pbone 112-W BARRE. VT. WANTED GRANITE CUTTERS AND v QUARRYMEN To take places of the men whose air roo mer it with this Company expired on Marc h 81ft, 1922, and who have . refused to resume work qo the AMERICAN PLAN Permanent employment , at MILFORD, MASS.. KEKNE, N. H., and STONY CREEK, CONN. 44 hours per week. We arc paying- high class Monumental rranite cutters and carvers, $8.50 to 110 and ffmt class quarrrmen 5.60 to $8.40 per day. Each man furnished free $600.00 LIFE IN SURANCE so lone as be remains In our employ. Worklnst conditions at our plants are the best in the Granite Industry. APPRENTICES WANTED To learn the granite cutting trade. Good pay to start and advancement according to- improvement. Full wages when you can produce a standard day's work. APPLY TO The Milford Pink-Victoria Whits Granite Co.. Milford, Mass. j ETsTERN-ORGANIZATION Expanding rapidly, has an opening in northern Vcr-' mont for ambitious men. Selling experi ence not necessary, but desirable. Mar rifd men with auto preferred. First class references required. Excellent future. Splen did earnings to start Phone Mr. lisle, Bsrre 77-R, Friday evening for interview. tawti STONE SHED AND QUARRY AT BARTON, VT., FOR SALE Shed equipped with ail latest machinery, shed one hundred feet lung, 35 feet wide, with travelling crane, electric boom derrick in yard, i surface cutters, one pol. wheel, a gang of cutters working year around; the stock is as dark as dark Barre granite and takes a fins pol ish ; a sample of it can be been at the Times office, , 8 men working in auarry and 4 teams drawing all the time ; I can sell all of this stock I can quarry ; I am selling on account of sickness. I am In hospital now and hare been for several weeks; address all correspondence to T. F. Roy, St. Johnsbury Hospital. St. Johnsbury. Vt 194tf FOR SALE A few runs of mixed'dry limb. wood; also want man to work on farm ; H. L. Douglas, Barre, Tel. 807-14. 194t8 FOR SALE Antique genuine maboRuny writing desk; also an art square; call at 63 Hill street. Tel. 182-Y. I04tf CANDY SHOW CASE FOR SALE 13 ft. long ; in good condition ; will sell at a bar. gainj BarreFruit Co. ' ' X92tf ALL WOOL KNITTING YARNFOtt SALES Direct from manufacturer, 95c, 41.85, $1.60 a pound. Postage paid on five dol lar orders. Write for samples; H. A, BARTLETT, Harmony, Maine. 190t28 CARROTS FOR SALE Inquire of AT W". Clarkrow hill. Tel. 36-Y. 186tt FOR SALE Onions In 100 lb. bags, No. 1, $2.io; No. 2. $1.60: Cabbages on theic roots, $1.25 and $1.00 per dozen ; Savoy tt.EO per doisen ; beets, carrots and turnips $1.00 per bushel; parsnips $1.50 per bu. ; Hub bard soiiash, 25 rbs. or more at 4 cts. pel" lb. All delivered. Mitchell farm, 'phon 223-J, Barre. lgltt Sweet Cider for sale. Order early. Apples are scarce. F. K. BAILEY; tel. 784. 177tf THREE SLIGHTLY USED PHONOGRAPHS fUK SALb at a bargain price: also rme piano, tiled only about six weeks; also ona player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co., Barre. Vt 19tf WOOD FOR , SALE No. 1 selected old growth body block wood, on lot r i de livered. Tel. 105-J. 291tf FOR iSALE A preparation for cleaning: granite and marble monuments : hnehtens up the lettering and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new ; guaranteed ; prtca on application : James Sullivan; 114 Park street, Barre, Vt 18tf HOUSES TO RENT GRANITE CUTTERS, QUARRY WORK ERS, POLISHERS, TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS, TAKE NOTICE LABOR TROUBLE IN BARRE. VT, AND VICINI TY AT PRESENT. WANTED GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors Currier Block Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7 to 8 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 2 to 5 p. m. PTinne Offir Bfi2-W. Resident" 32$-4 Don't let your insurance policy become a scrap of paper. To avoid this place your insurance in this old established agency. J. W. Dillon Established 1492, Barre, Vt., Thone Connections, DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC niYSICIAN Office In I .iota SS. Miles Building TelepaoM Caaaaetioat OFFICE HOTTHSj a. m. to II m. and t :8 t I S. m. Monday. Tuesday, Tborsdsy and Fridsy WANTED A . reliable man would HI s a job fpr the, winter, inside work preferred ; ean lurnmh references ; address A. 15. car of Times. 193t6 SITUATION WANTED Young man 18 yrs. old would like work ; would like oppor tunity to learn trade ; addres "Trade." Tim office. ' 191 16 WANTED TO BUY Live poultry; drop a eard to A. J. Broderick. Barn. 1 Willi CASH PRICES For old raes, metals, ron, magazines, papers, etc; Tel. 407-R, Sam Gould. I9.".tJ LOST AND FOUND LOST Femal Beagle hound in Mamhfield or vicinity t whit with black spots; find er please notify Joseph Granai, 2D Brook street, Barre. 1S6U LOST Friday, Oct 27, between Bsrre and East Montpelier, a Hamilton open far 17-jewel gold watch, chain attached ; finder picas return to the Barre Times; reward. 198t6 LOST Oct '.'5. a black and white spayed femal hound between Washington and Chel.ra : finder pleas notify Q. Cortl ; Tel. 254-R, Barre. Vt , lMStf FOUND A small black and white femal hound: collar, no name; drover C. Pirie. Elligo lake; P. O. address. Hardwtrk. 1M8 DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BLANCHAJID BLOCL 'Phones ! O files. 101-Wl atsaidene. 70S-V Oroei for B f -Having just completed our store formerly occupied by the Carleton Jew elry Store, on the corner of Depot Square, we shall introduce ourselves to the public that we have opened our store, with a complete line of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings. We carry a complete and up-to-date line of Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Sweaters, Boots and Shoes. Come in and look our goods and prices over. We will save you money. Act quickly. Below are only a few of the' interesting bargains we offer for. Saturday. Men's Army Work Shoes one lot to be sold at. ..$329 Men's Heavy Work Shoes, to be sold at $2.93 One lot Men's Dress Shoes S2.PS One lot Boys' Shoes Men's Wool Hose, pair 50c Boy's Fleeced Lined Shirts and Drawers, piece 3Sc Men's Overalls, pair " 9Sc 15c TEL, OrriCC Kt-U. RESIDENCE. Mft-M ' . COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BI4CK BASKS, TT. MOTAJtY PUBUO AUTOMBILES FOR SALE 121 Ford H-ton truck, -oith cloned in steel body ; apply at Red rross Pharmacy. TO RENT A six-room tenement on Sum mer street; Edith M. Carr, Tel. 3fii'-M. lyetf TO RENT Furnished tenement of4 rooms. all improvements: large porch; beat lo cation in the city ; alio one 5-room tene witrt, furnace heat and garage; inquire at 28 West atreetj 'id. 661-K. l?6tf TO RENT Dwirable furnished tenement, pleaiant location ; for particulars call at 102 Washington street or 'phone 713-Y. lS6tS TO RENT 4-room upstair tenement, bath, electricity, gas. hardwood finish, larg porch and good cellar;- 42 May la avenue. TeL17i!.M: - i;5t TO RENT Cot tag of 7 rooms all im provments with garage, henhouse and garden; inquire 304 North Main St. 19516 TO RENT At 16 Third street." house of . 5 rooms, electric lights, large garden ; in quire upstairs on premises. !iti TO KENT 4-room uU(rstcnemenT ei 15 East street; Tel. 4i.'5-Y. 112tf TENEMENT TO RENT 77 So. Main street! vacant jnov. 1st; inquire V. t. Ayers. - lflltf TO RENT Tenement 14 Terrace Ave, vs. "m .hot. itu a rooms ana bath: Tel 5R7-R. isotf TO RENT 6-room cottage at 130 Semin ary street; electric lights, bath; rent rea sonable; inquire Mrs. R. Q. McDonnell, Tel. I". l9tf TO RENT Nov. 1, second story tenement of four rooms, bsth and pantry, centrally located; Telet-W. ibdtf FOR RENT Tenement ( rooms, pantry and toilet, electricty and gas ; ground floor : at 4S North Main street; new paint and paper; low prire for winter to right peo ple: A. M. Batchelder, 2s Fairvtew street. Teh460-M. 187tf TO RENT At 7 WasMngton trertup stairs tenement of 6 rooms and bath ; hot water connection, electric lights and .ra. ; for particulars call 17S-R, ltsTtf GOOD FARM With grsnitehOTse oii Cob hle hill : 45 ton hsy in bsm : house ran he rented with and without land ,Tel. 22&-J or 66S-W. I8itf HOUSE TO RENT At No. lRivirstreet. Bsrre. Vt. I Strong Hardware Co.. Burling, ton, VI. i;4,f SALESMEN WANTED SALESMEN Exceptions! opportunity. Hust lers earnings big. Writ MeCleery Cal endar Factory, Washington, Iowa. l.iTtl TO RENT s acre of land: also a B-room house, with hot and cold wVr: good barn. I. I.L- hanhMM. .nil k A . I . i 1J" oeiok farm, near earhsrn. electric puw. er plant and state garar and can work In either Barre or Montpelier; inquire of Mrs. Mary M. Richards, near Marvin farm. Montpelier. Vt.. or Tel. I27-M ; Mrs. W. G. Pirie. Barre, Vt, 171tl DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Electric, X-Ray and Radium Treatments By Appointment 'Phone 7W R, Room 2 Mile Granite Building. Barre, Vt. $1.95 j Men's Cotton Hose, pair David Ziter Corner Depot Square Barre, Vermont PERRY & NOONAN lKE XCELLED FUNERAL FVRMSIJrNIJ Hospital Anaa'aae Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square. Barre. Tel. connection. ! WE ALWAYS HAVE Just what yon are looking for ia th line sf jtwelry. sJvvrwar. cut at, etc Ale stationery. Ovr watrk and elark repair work guar ante. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 4 ELM STREET ROLE AGENT FOR BOSTON AMERICAN" A MODERN MACniXE IS The John Jere. Boater-On-Axla Spreader. 1 Has no chains or sprockets, BIT drives beater on axle. This ia patented feature no other spreader can copy. 2 Hss no worm or worm gsr apron feed, BUT has positive non-slip apron feed. S Does not have rear axle under load riving too murh wetgnt on rear axle, ilUT hss body of load hanging equally between front and rear axles. 1 Th Beater does not revolve on th top of apron like all old style types of pr.deri, BUT revolves at end of apron. 5 Tb John Daer bp reader is not only low TO RENT Modern 5-room downstsir tene ment, ( Kirk street; inquire Angus Msc. Donald. 10 Kirk street, er telephone 442-R. l7tf I6vn ROOM TKNKMFKT TO RENT 11 newly remind; Tel. 74-W. lJStf TO RENT Five room down.tairs tenement, with electric hghu and bath, cellar, barn privileges and roud garden: situatvd at 14 Clark t.. telrphon 6S-R or inquire st H-l:! Movland Bidg. XlAtf MALE AND FEMAI-E II ELI WANTED Msn or young lady for gm-ral work' "in granite manufacturer's rile : on with experwnc preferred; address P. O. Bos 42, Harre. Vt. 13jt down. BUT is two inch lower thsn any BOYS AND GIRLS-Esra worth while ) re. of the so-called low down spreader that miums or rash rommuioni : good prnno- ar trying to imitate ft. sition for lady airent : househnld necitf tr To appreciate a John Deere prea ler y.a j nam and addres brings full particular i should not only see one. BUT ux one. ' Boa 25H. Athol. Mass. lt.'t on won't have to nsv out lsrse sums fftr ! - - ' ' , ; the upkeep of this machine. Ask a n-aa wo has ed on f.w some years. el ROOMS TO RENT will find them all about you. j 7 This Spreader is not popular brsuse of . rT RNlSHED ROOMS TO RENT Steam what w say, cci swum oi wnat every beat: G. Tomani biork; up two nights: in- oser says. Two sixes In stork ready for too at minute's notice. MARSH-ALLEN" 00. ' N. E. TL 141). Orange Co. Tel. quire on the premises. 1 83 if TWO "FRONT OFriCFSINSCAMPINI KUH K iu Kf.vr Will rert single rr double; rhone S17-W or (Itt-R. I7itf Labor "rt," Capital Result: Destruction to both. I-Sir plus rspital. Result: ProKren inl B"n rfit. Ibor plus capital plus 1 fe in suranc1. Result: Safety, profit, cm fart. lnf.irn.at jon on all plan of in sursncr? on teuet. Narionsl Life Ins Co. "t. (Mutual ! S. S. Hal ard. (?- eral affent, 45 tat street. M-nt jiclicr. J Vt-; . J. Stagr-r, I oral agnt. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE DAILY TIMES FOR SURE RESULTS AGENTS WANTED. &ST t?EIXKK ING farV tw'mi44l4 irtf K to rttTnt u in onoftiir-d ur ntorr Vnoont. T wwkly; writ Hth Nurrn. Mnchri4T, 1 na. 1 HORSES AND VEHICLES ' I . . U C . 1 C S - M.tt - - Horse, siw win oid ; spi.ly Henry ft;. sn. RaiTrs St. 1 . FOR SALE - Good dri inr korsi.'"" Clewr and will stand r W-r will) hitrh weirht. afraid of nrthine : will sell cb.sp if taxrw at once ; O. C. Averi'.i, Avenii bk-k. ;f'f "lTSTAIRS AT COIiON'S Hjmar- FsKrw H.-w Col'ars " W- 'l A - t. AS ItpN Tib Cciisr Snt orher ty I arret Tort ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTOVS, State Mrwt Mtiwljer. rrmmi