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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, ,VT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1022,
v: ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interest from Different Sections. Lawrence F. Edgerton," who lias twen " a lawyer in 8pringflcld ainre liis d'. charge from service in the World war, has been appointed, deputy couecior in the internal revenue department, with headauartors in Burlinirton. He will have charge of the legal end of the business. Mrs. B. F. Sherwin of Chester was badly burned about the ankles and had one arm blistered from the elbow down a few days ago when in some way an oil heater in an upper room of her home rilled the apartment with smoke and flames. She received the burns in attempting to put out the Are., John Ready, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. VV. J. Ready of Burlington, . is at the Mary Fletcher hospital in a ; eerious condition with ft fractured ,fkull. The boy stepped from behind the street sprinkler in front of a Hud eon car driven by Jed Rashaw of Bur lington, which knocked him down FLEETWOOD FAVORS "DRY" ENFORCEMENT Says" So in Message to . Pastors of Churches in the First Ver mont District. The following letter was received by the pastors of the Baptist, Cpngrega tional and Methodist churches ot tn first congressional district. Th Won. Frederick G. Fleetwood be ing interrogated by the secretaries and superintendents ot te xsaptisi, w)Bf Rational and Methodist churches with reference to his attitude on the loth amendment, the Volstead act, ngn wine, and hper-'and law enforcement sent the following letter expressing bis sentiments: " , "Replying to your recent inquiry would av that 1 am in favor of th 18th amendment to the constitution and its enforcement, and that I favor the strict enforcement of the Volstead act and am opposed to an amendment thereto authorising the sale of beer and light wine. ' . ; "Yours truly, . " "Siirnedl Frederick O. Fleetwood. Tn 'view of the flagrant and un ashamed wetness of the candidate in opposition to Mr. Fleetwood, ana in view of the above letter we urge you in use everv effort to get out the tem perance vote and to insure the elcctijn of the candidate unqualifiedly pledged to maintain and enforce the prohibi tion standards embodied in the 18th amendment and thesJolKtead act. (Signed) W.. F. Krazier, George K. Statham, - V. R. Davenport, . K. W. Sharp, , W. AY Davison. , Burlington, Vt., Nov. 1, 1022. A CORD OF WOOD. Some Interesting Facts Worth Know, in. at Present Time. Vj What is a cord of wood? Newspapers of Connecticut have carried some-inter eating discussion on the subject since the coal strike made cord wood a house hold necessity, but A. E. Moss, forester of Connecticut . Agricultural college, adds some interesting facts. - - While a cord of wood is accepted as ft pile of wood, four feet high, four ieet wide, eight feet long and contain ing 128 cubic feet, it seems that cords of the same dimensions may vary largely in contents. According to Mr. Moss, the average cord of wood con tains 81 cubic feet of wood and 43 cubic feet of air. Straight stidks and large sizes give the great content of wood, while small, crooked sticks give the least wood and the most air or waste space. Big, straight sticks are better than small, straight sticks, he cause there is lees space taken up by bark. The shorter the sticks the closer they will pile, says Mr. Moss. A cord of wood cut into 10-inch lengths will pile into a space of about 105 cubic feet, while ft cord of wood cut into 12 inch length will occupy only 95 cubic feet. A cord of wood, thrown loosely into ft box will occupy 140 cubic feet. In other words, cord of wood is not always what it seems. Wood, says Mr. Moss, is made up chemically as follows; Carbon," 49 per cent; oxvgen. 44 per cent; hydrogen 8 per cent: ash, 1 per cent. Wood thai has been air dried contains alxnit 15 to ?0 per cent of water. A pound of absolutely dry wood will give 7000 to 0000 British thermal units, while a pound of eoal will give 12,000 to 15, 000 British thermal units. Addition tf moisture, resins, gums, etc., in wood changes its best values. For best re sults wood should be air dried for one year before used as fuel. Wood dries more rapidly when split. Comparative value of air-dried fuel wood, based upon hickory as 100 per cent Is as follows: Hickory 100, white oak M; Mark birch 03. supar maple ftft, white ah 90, red maple 75. elm 70, gray birch 70, chestnut K), hemlock GO. NOTICE ! Dr. C. II. MAGOON, The Eye Specialist 72 If. Main St, Barre, Vt Will Be Away Until November 13th oUfk-Vwi For Sale I will tell at private tale all of the Teal estate and personal property of the late Addie M. Ladd, late of Orange, Vermont, consisting of home farm of 3'5 acres, part in the Town of Orarjre and part in the Tos of Barre, bark lumber lut in Oranre t.f 2i arret; 11 stock, tools and farm mailiinerv ud on said farm. I will sell ail , r fart of the aforesaid property to tuit jnribar. W. J. CLAPP, Admiaistrator. STATE'S FEDERAL TAXES REDUCED $2,480,000 Huge Savings Under New V. S. Law In dicated Cancellations and Decreases Affecting Income and Other As sessments Reach Big Figure. Reductions in federal taxes, 'which are effective for the current year, 'will save the taxpayers of the district of Vermont the enormous sum of $2,480, 000, according to ft special survey of the cancellations- and decreases in tax rates provided by the revenue act of 1921, completed yesterday by Internal Revenue Collector R. W. McCucn. The reduction in taxes for 1922 is approximately as follows: Income tax' .$1,806,000 Transportation tax ...... . . . 518,000 Sales and luxury tax ....... 156,000 While the transportation, sales and luxury tax cancellations become effec tive Jan. 1 of this year, the income tax reduction covers 1921 as well as I'lsi and thereafter. One Big Feature. An outstanding feature of the report is the fact that during the three years Sine the district of Vermont was ere ated, this district paid Uncle Ham $1, 242,136.51 in transportation tax, divid ed as follows: Freight $745,304.24 Passenger 485,341.79 Express ., 11,4.10.48 This means that in the last three years $31,140,856.64 was expended iu the district ot Vermont tor trunapor tstion charges alone. Of this amount $24,845,474.67 was for freight charges, $228,609.60 for. express, and $0,000, 772.37 for passenger fares. , This does not include transportation charges that were prepaid in eomo otn er district nor Pullman seats and berths. Even the tax and passenger fares by tourists coming here from out side points are not taken into account. Tax Reductions. Of the $1,806,000 income tax deduc tion. $180,600 is distributed among 16,- 460 taxpayers with incomes of less than $5,000 and $541,800 applies to 1,450 tax payers of larsre incomes, while $l,oj,- 600 affects corporations. The new ex emptions allowed heRds of families and for dependents is now $2,500 and $400, which means an increased exemption for a married couple with one depend ent of $700 or a tax saving of $28. The survey stressed the fact that the relief afforded by the decreased tax ation affects every person in the dis trict of Vermont who travels, py freight, sends an express package, buys a Pullman berth, takes a drink of eoda water, or who has a taxable income. In other words, the relief afforded reaches all classes. An estimate of the tax reduction in the Vermont district for the past year is more than $2,500,000 but (.-ollector MeQiicn is of the opinion that the total collections for the coming fiscal year will be materially increased as me business conditions oi me tie nu- prove, I he riusiness depression, striKes and re-adjustment period are gradually disappearing, and ft marked expansion in everv class of business in the Ver mont district will furnish sufficient new taxes to absorb ft considerable portion of the $2,500,000 wiped out by the last revenue act. AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATION Total- Kumber of-Cara " Registered to . ; .Date la 43,413.. October, 1923. , fl21.1022, Cars registered 535 764 Onerators lii-enses issued . . 505 621 Chauffeurs' licenses ixstued 09 78 Motorrycles registered .... 6 12 Re-registrations ...... i 401 649 Dealers 1 0 Certificates of hire 0 0 Zone license .- ft 1 Fees received $7,849.38 $11,000.28 Jdnuaryl -October 31, 1!22. .1021 1!22 Cars registered 37.022 43,413 Operators' licenses issued. 38.347 42,7.rd Chauffeurs' license issued 6,491 7.780 Motorcvelea resist ered ... 0H4 853 Re-reBiHtrations 4,000 4.93S Dealers 2fll 305 Certificates of hire 142 153 Zone licenses 22 37 Fees received $664,830.53 $775,227.68 Farm, Stock and Tools at AUCTION The undersigned will sell at public auction on the permities in Berlin, about one-half mile from tbe main road between Barre and Montpelier, known as the Henry Hawes place, on MonrJay, November 61 h. at 12:30 o'clock in tbe afternoon, the following described REAL ESTATE Consisting- of 80 acre farm, about 30 acres of tillage, balance pasture and woodland; tillage ia in Rood state of cultivation; barn with tie-ups for 12 cows and 3 horses; has basement; two ben houses; new parage for car; seven room house; running water at house nd barn; very near good school. An Accredited Herd 15 head of eattle, one registered Guernsey bull, three years old; 10 grade cows, Jerseys and Guernseys, mostly all fresh; I yearling, three ralves; pair horses, weight about 2'kJO lbs., sound and good workers, one s.r re I horse; 2 shoats, weighing about 1.15 Tbs. each; 50 White Wvandottes ard R. I. reds. Crops About 25 tns of hsv, quantity of ensilage, quantity of straw, few bushels potatoes. Machinery and Tools 2 sets of two horse tied, one of which is nearly new; new punif. alr-d body, li:ht two horse? wagon. et Stu-le-baker trucks with body, dum rart. pen biu-'gy, pair heavy work hame. light driving harnesses, spring tooth harrow, riitawsy harrow, two horse riding eultiator, com planter, plow, 3 h. p. Empire gas encine. nearly new; drag- saw rig. No. 15 DeLaval -Tram sepsrstor. and many other articles nut mentioned. Term at time of sale. Sale will tie pin promptly at I2:.T ofWk. i HEXRT AXD HAROLD HAWKS, Owner. D. A. PEERT, Anctioaeer. Valuable Fullerton Avenue Property at Ayctoini November 13th, at 3: 15 p. m. No. 14 Fullerton avenue. A well constructed honse of eight rooms;, fin ished m oak on first floor; natural wood above ; hot and eohl water, elec tric lights, fireplace, steam heat, splen did cellar, two porches. A well ar ranged house and a splendid home. Rented for $25 per month whicft is considered low for this class of prop erty. The location is very central, nmk ing it accessible for business, school, etc., only about three minutes wa k from city hall. Make an early appoint ment to look this over as it is mr to sell for much less than actual value. The non-resident owner instructs us to sell and will take the loss. Good sound business advice will be to buy real estate now while condi tion are quiet for we alt know there are signs of a return to prosperity at an early date. You can't go wrong when you name the price.' How mjiii will ' you give f r . -v.,.. - Monday, Nov. J3,Jat 2:15 p. m., No. 14 Fullerton Ave., Montpelier, Vt. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Agents. D. A, PERRY, Auctioneer. Farm, Stock, Tools, Crops and Household Furniture at Auction As I am unable to cet suitable help and am engaged in businem out of the state, have decided to sell all mv prop erty, both real estate and personal, at auction to the highest bidder on tbe premises in Brookfield, one mile from the village on West street, so-calM, known as the Charles Blake place, on Thursday, November 9th at 10 O'clock in the Forenoon, the following described premises: THE HOME FARM containing about 100 acres, suitaniy divided into tillage, pasture and wooJ Isnd; new six -room hotiee and very comfortable buildings; place will keep 20 head of stock; tillage land lays well and is very productive; very plcai anlly located. v 12 HEAD OF STOCK AH Tuberculin Tested Xine cows, fresh and to frehcii shortly, six two-year-old heifers, H bred; two yearlings, two-year-oM Knit .11 rrrmi .luruvi i r. i vnim.. work horses, weight about 3.IXH) ! poum ounda, eight and nine years old; l' K. I. pullet e. Machinery and Tools International manure spreader. TH B plow, Buckrye mowing machine, ft H. I. Cray gasoline engine. Randolph en silage cutter and 30-foot carrier, Kclipse ctrn planter, circular saw, horse rake, two sleighs. ,t two-horse sieos, oisc narrow, spring t-ootti nar row, smoothing harrow, two-horse rul ing cultivator, one-horse cultivators. liimtMr wagon, with combination bod ies, buggy, Majestic cream separator, platform scales, wredcr, grandston, brooder, seven milk cans, grain boxes. set heavy work harnesses, two sets driving harnesses, land roll, horse hay forks ana all email fi. Sugar Tools Four hv eight 'foot evaporator com-1 let with ar-h and stark, metal stor-' age tanks, draw tub, 200 gslvanized rails and covers; all practically Crops Twenty tons of bay, five tons oa's. hree tons millet and hsv, M tons of ensilage in silo. Household Furniture Pining table, buffet, siv b-atber rat (hairs. bo.krase. Mortis chair. fla-reR-port ted, small rorkere; all the above in mission oak; 6xl"A.1 Axmins'er rue, bras 4, heavy imd bed, st.e cniKh. mattresses, springs, mlhojanv rirer. bednwim chairs, all kitclM-n furniture, par'or store, kitcliea ttr?.' tore jsrs, lamps, d ,, etc. j All the above prorrty will l-e so'd (or the ab"e r..it; ttir at t -ti of sale. I.njfh at boo. Thnr:sj.; Nov t. t IO wWk is IV f..ren'.-n ' ARTHUR P. ASMSTR0.1G. Owar. D. A. rtkfiY, Aactioseer, Barre, Vt. John B. Useless, ' WARNING. Freemen's Meeting, To Be Held No vember 7 th, 1922. The Freemen of the City of Barre, in j , . m wr -a. c.i x the County of Washington and State of Vermont, are hereby notified and warned to meet on Tuesday, November , j, fl , , , . . " ,, . 7th, 1922, at 8 o'clock in the fore- noon in their resDective Wards at the several voting places hereinafter ,., naiiieu iui urn ruiu&c ui rievciu uv following officers! U. 8. Senator. Representative to Congress. Governor. 'Lieutenant-Governor. State Treasurer, v Secretary of State. Auditor of Accounts. Attorney General. , County f?enalors. Assistant Judges of the County Court. " .Judge of Probate. State's Attornev. Sheriff. High Bailiff. Fifteen Justices of the Peace. City Representative to represent the City of Barre, In the General A embly of the State for the two years next ensuing. The following are designated at vot ing places: Ward One: .American Legion Bldg. Ward Two. Spaulding School Bldg. Ward Three; . Summer . St. School Bldg. Ward Fouri Brook St. School Bklg Werrl VWa' Want V Si-hnol Rlil,r ;' J. n L Ward Six i Hall Bldg. Dated at the Citjr of Barre, Vt., this 2Gth dar of October, A. D. 1922. WALDROK SHIELD, Mayor. Oet2-S0-Nov4 Auction Sale Farm, Stock and Tools At we have other property which requires our time, will sell at auction on the premises in Washington. 1ir j T l at 12 o'clock on the main road leading from Jiarre' to Washineton about one mile front the village and three miles from East r. . ,, . j . . Itarre, tne ioiiowiiiK ursciiiKfu prof, erty! THE FARM known as the Tatterson or Bradbury farm, containing about 88 acres; 30 j acres of tillage in good state of ctiltiva- tion; lays fine; sugar orcnara oi WW trees; will, keep 15 to 18 head of stock , and Team; two nsrns, one 34x,iil it,; in very good condition; one, 28x3(1 I with Iranto, 13x55 ft carriage house; lttr hrn house; basement tinder brn' u UP Ior '? "eaa; very com- lunsniv iHiiw. fiitaiiiiii( nine iiHtiiin, heated by furnace; could have electric lights; never failing water. 15 Head of Cattle 9 cows, grade .Terse and Ouemsc vi nearly all fresh and milking; all tuber- rutin" tested: 2 eighteen months old heifers; thirteen months old regifterei Jersey bull, Jersey beifer calf; 2 hull calves; one bay horse, twelve yeara i j ; u . l l iwi w - . . u . -"v ' " in ivm, aIH7 sm'UV i.i.r,( ms., 3 slioats, weigbt from 75 to 1 " lbs., 20 bens. Machinery and Tools New two horeo traverse s!ed4 pung si it'll, sleich. hand sled, ha teri.ler ' top buggy. etm two aeated I press-- wagon ixile:- mheel lisrrow. , spring tooth harrow, cultivator, pr. W(rk harnesses, driving h. mes.es, spread chains. h ifflet rees, etc.; also eoal stove and aome other articles of. personal property. j 30 tons of hav, all Xo. 1. earlr cut; nti.ntitv rt rn Mil tlul mR ' lerm; at . me of ,1, fori those coming from a aiatane. F0BEHAX, Owner. D. A. PEKKT, Anctioneer. "NATURES BEST' ap b-s in email cartons or in arhds. f. v. o. c. cnnwTRS A etminer. Vt. T. 7 na 8. KaUwte. K. EL Esq. ESTATE OF CLARENCE H. WILFORK. State of Vermont, Dtatriet of Randolph, ss. The Honorable probate Court (or the district aforesaid. . To the heirs and all persons interested in f Clarenee H. wufore, htfeof Wil- JianiMown, in said district. deceased, GREETING t WHEREAS, application bath been made tnU conrt writing fe the adminlstra- tor. praying for license and authority to wU .ft rMl ,Ut of ..id deceased, In- cludina a dwellina house and lot located on Construction hill l Williamstown U- 'aire, representine to said court that It would be beneficial to the heirs and all nemons Interested in the astste ot ssid de ceased, to sell said real estate and convert the same into, money, and brincinc into court the consent and approbation in writing-, of all the heirs to said eststs re siding in this stste, and setting forth the situation of the real estate. . WHEREUPON, the ssid court appointed snd assigned the 11th day of November, 1922, st the probate office in Chelsea in ssid district, to hear and decide upon ssid ap plication and petition, and ordered publio notice, thereof to be given to alt parsons interested therein, by publishing ssid order, together with the time and place of hearing, three weeks auccesslvely in the Bsrre Daily limes, a newspsper which circulates in the neighborhood of those persons inurestet in said estate, all of which publications shall be previous to the day assigned for hear ing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notifted to appear before ssid court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in aaid court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see esusa. Given under my hand at Chelsea, in said district, this 2th day of October, mi. UEOKUE L. STOW, Judge. Oct2.NoW-19 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF HIRAM 8HEPARD. The undersigned, keying bsea appointed by the honorable- probate court lot tbe district of Wsshinrtou. commissioners, to receive. examine, and adjust the eiaims snd riemande persons agsinst me estate fa mrem 1 Shepari late of Town ef Barre. in uiun ivuuiu, viij:,ii autnet. oeeeaseo. ana an Claims exsiDiieu I In offset thereto, hereby aive notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the enr of the Tilde" Shoe Co.. in 1X r of Farce. In aaid district, on the 28th day of November and the 24th day of May next. from oclork a. m.. until o clock iv m.. on each of aaid dars and that si months from the 26th dsy of October, A. D. WU. is the time limited by ssid court for said creditors tn present their claims us for minstion and e'lowan-. Datot at City of Barre, this 2nd day of November. A. U. leiz. FRANK L. SMALL. ARTHUR C. TILDEN, Commissioners. Nov4-U-18 DR. W. FAY MANN. Jr. . Dentist Eastman Block - Tel. Office 76S-M. Rouse 71-M. Office Hours 8 to 12 a. m- 1 to 8 p. m. ... . n . . Monasy ana psiuroay t tm p. m. I GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS Established 181 The Square Deal Tlace Renreseetma- the followln Pianos S"!"" JT?.? , .UST wJ",?Z Est. 1841 Est. 147 Est 182 Est. 185 Ask for book of a thousand refsrsneea. No. 88 Bpauldlne Bt, Phoas) tSJ-W . BARRE. VT. GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors Currier Block Monday, Wednesday, Friday T to 8 t. m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 2 to 5 p. m. ft-'Thone Office flfl2-W. Residence 324-4 rr T 171770 Tl f ATJTTXT OSTEOPATHIC PIIYSIQAN Offlct tn Kaoat 88. Mtlss lralldma OmnKHOTJMi a. ss. te It as. sad 1 : U 4 p. m. V.mtimr. Tasedajr. Than lay and Pridsy DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICLAM , BLANCHA&O BUXL Tboaesi OAee, 8-Wi KsaidetMe, TCt-V TlL - OFFICE 8V8-M. RCTIDENCK. 84S-BI tVUjitniUWS) EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BliXX BARRE. TT. NOTABT PUBUO ea-'rp PART. T? PHnTXTOnXT s - 'ss. viuiu s iiuuinuvil Electric, X-Ray and Radium Treatments By Appointment 'Phone 7M-R. Room Miles Granite Building, Barre, Vt i S ' PERRY & N00NAN LMICnXED rUNXKAL FVRVISHIN'M ttasatssl AatsSM aWesn Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers etla-. 8-W I WE ALWAYS HAVE i Jest what r are loskis fee- ia the Kite of irwrtrr, silverware, ewt ataee. etc Aaw et'MMerr. Orrr watch awd clerk resale work esse. atp4. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler rs rim rrwnrr ! BO LB AC EXT TtB 'BOSTON AMEBlCAJf Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Want. Lost and Found. For Sale. To Let etc. short edver- twements at the rat of three linos for twenty-five eents for the (lrst insertion and ten cenjs for each subsequent insertion. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE The E. A. Prindle house at B6 Keith avenue, corner Bummer St. and lYCTItll HVCIIUVa " 100-ACRE FARM All equipped; nine eowa, . tented ; 2 head young stock, fancy team, cheap at $400.00 ; hoe, poultry, near ly 40 tone of hay. lot of dry wood, tools of nil klnda for earylnir on a farm, waon, aleda. harneaaea. No. 15 DeLaval cream sep arator, milk pails, cans, etc., and priced at .,i ii'jm u ii i.ii n. ln. road; only about four and one-half miles from Mnntpelier ; quantity of wood ! i:rar bush : well watered pastures ; ten room house In aood ahaoe ; two harna with base ment. It aeems ridiculous to sell this vrcp- erty at bo low a price but we have our in structions to sell at once. For full parti culars inquire of the FARMS FOR SALE Farm for Sale The David N. Martin place on weft hill, Williamstown; 100 acres; valuable timber and wood lot I sugsr woods ; well-built house 1 M . . . . ,. . U 1 eorn barn ; water at house and barnyard ; farm finely situated on southeast slope. For further particulars, call at' 87 Elm street, Bsrre. 19St FOR SALE Village farm. SO acres. 4 mllrs from Montpelier; John F. Benjamin. Barre. Tel. 10S-R." Tfttf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE All kinds of real estate: farms, sll sires and locations ; village properties, all kinds: stores, feed and saw mills; cottages at Joe's pond: call and see us; write or telephone whst you want if you mean Mis Inessi we can sure show you the roods; prices and terms right. A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, Agents, Marshfield. Vt. 72 MISCELLANEOUS itrnfFTEACBmovTan'MiInd instruments; clarinet, ssxophone, etc.. Mr. Bianchf, 40 Merchant street. 197tl2 A SUGHTLY' CSEDPIANOTO RENT For the winter, with the privilege of purchasing if so desired : adrw. H. J. LaRoe, 114 No. Main street, Barre, Vt. 197t REMOVE IRON RUST Send 2Sc" f or seep ; rust, ink and fruit stain, disappear; The Snenialty Co, J71 Concord St, Manche"ter. s.h. ; ; 197t4 TO RENT Shed room. Including derrick and steam heat, for tbe winter months. Plant operating on American plan: for par ticulars apply at Hoyt Milne Inc. Barre Vt. 136tf GARAGE TO RENT Apply at 40 Maple FURNTURE AND PIANO- MOVING John Anderson, 110 So. Msln street. Tel. T17-R. ISHI DANCING LESSONS Privete instrortioa by sppointment : call at 172 Main street, phone 864-W: Marie Quinlan. lBttf TORKNT Vacuum cleaners: The Etrrfjt'' Store. 14 Elm stnwt ttstf AGENTS WANTED. AGKNT;3 Big money taking orders over coats, suits, pants, blankets, direct wool en mill to wearer. Bur vsluea. Dona hue made 8108 first week. Sayen makes 8200 weekly. No capital or experience re quired. TAILOR, WELLS, 2743 N. Paul ina., Chicago. 1V8U EVERYBODY I'SES EXTRACTS Sell DUO double Strenirth Extracts. Complete line household necessities, Bia repeaters. Write to-dsy. DUO CO.. Dent. E-18a, Attica, N. Y. lt6 SOL1CCTOR9 Men and women sell del pendable trees, shrubs, roses, for shipment direct t" purchaser. Steady work full pr rpare time. Weekly pay. Outfit tree. Brown Brothers Nuaserles, Rochester, N. Y. l7tl WE ABE LOOKING for a few middle-aired men to represent us in unoccupied ter ritory In Vermont. Psy wvekly; write Heath Nurseries, Manchester. Conn. Ifr6t8 AUTOMBILES FOR SALE 1821 Ford ',-ton track, with closed in steel body; apply at Red Cross Pharmacy. 188tf T0ULTRY AND EGGS FOR SALE 16 R. I. hens, year old, Kood strain of Isyers, 81 each; 88 South Main St., Barre. Vt. 1'JitJ Stock and Tools at AUCTOON The undersigned will sell at auc tion on Friday, November 10th, t 12:45 O'clock la the Afternoon, on the premises In Washington, known as tbe O. L. Hutchinson farm, to miles from East Orange and five mils from Washington village, the follow ing described personal property; 9 COWS to freshen In early winter, 1 registered Ayrshire bull, two horses, good work ers and drivers, seven and eleven yara old. ' Machinery and TqoJs Farm wagon with body and rack. horsw rake, mowing machine, plow. harrow, cultivator, milk separator, pvr double harnesses, two horse sled, slcign, two bugsipH and many other articles not mentioned. Also 20 tons of hay. Terms at time of sale. Fridar, So". 10, at 12:43 o'clock. GLENN W. FRENCH, 0. L. HUTCHINSON, Owners. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, Barre, Vt. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE DAILY TIMES FOR SURE RESULTS HELP WANTED FEMALE NIGHT GIRL WANTED At MaberinT. ' .,; :. mti WANTED Young- women to enter Barre City hospital training- school to train become nuraea; apply to tbe superintendent at the hospital. 187tf, T HELP WANTED MALE -axtVi-vd wiwrpn a t"Vi Mr vl tv. t-.- bytorian ehurch; man capable of running', TA'FL "i,"v," "V "iZ furnaces to devote part time to "I'i'V w i!.in Vt Vl " 1J U preferably one living- in vicinity; write ,iF11ln.vt-,i; J97" a La tine lowest wave to "Janitor," cara TOBACgO POSTPAID On pound grams Times office. 197t2 lated, 'blended Kentucky, Penna., pipe o ' WANTED Reliable man for general farm work; must be able to drive team and milk; steady work; would consider good boy to do chores; Richard Bulllvan, Roy- j v, ""on, Yl. ACT1VP man to take orders for nursery stock and hire agents : highest commission. exclusive territory. Emmons & Company. I Newark, JN. J. Itlbtl FIREMEN AND BRAKEMEN Beginners 160. later 250 monthly : no strike (which position?). Writ. "Railway," tare BarrsT mes. 1Mt8s WANTED A first-elaas granite cutter a man that can operate a mill : do turning of all kinds on a lathe, set machines ; do letter ing and carving on granite: handle aur facers, polishers and plug drill; ordinarily fast workman ; a man not over 45 years of ge;.ifl give steady employment at 11.26 par' hour: will have mill ready for opera tion by" Jan. 1st; must hsve reference; V. RBlakesley, JBox 266, Franklin, Lal8tl TWO GANGS GRANITE" CUTTERSAND ONE TURNER Mausoleum work; Wages from IV.OO per hour up; open shop; Nor eross Quarry. Stony Creek Conn. JtmS WANTEDMan'to follow" derrick and tot stone; Lillie Granite Co., Inc., Black well street, Barre City ltftitf WANTED Two experienced men to work in tbe" woods ; apply at the Meadow Brook Farm, Marshneld, Vt' l8t3 WANTEp High grade men for permanent selling positions, si. jonnsDury ana near by towns I right men will be well compen- . BSbCU. r. A. A-ICSB. AO iHVlU OW, 01- .uinm- bury, Vt. Itt6 WANTED, BLACKSMITH Good wages and a steady job for the right man; C. M. Page, Groton, Vt. -19519' WANTED One .first clasa letter cutter: one who can carve preferred. t. W. Mould, Morrisville,Vt. .l6t WANTEIV-Bobbin turner, a man who can turn 8000 8x1-6.16 bobbns per day. State wages desired. Write "O. C. B. this of flcev - . ia4t WANTED Young men between the age of 18 and 80 to learn a trade: eau-n, learn and travel ; apply U. S. Navy Recruiting of fice at the post office every Monday. 104t( WANTEDT ONCE Fouror five middle aged men to act ss salesmen for us in several of the lsrger towns of this state; steady positions for those who mske good; call or write Morris Sales Co, S72 No. Main street, Barre, Vt. 198t6 WANTED First clsss polisher and polisher apprentice ; also cutter apprentices ; clean, warm and up-to-date plant; Canton Bros, Inc., Smith street. V76tf WANTED GRANITE CUTTERS AND QUARRYMEN To take plsees of the men whose agree Rient with this Company expired on March 3 1st, 1022. and who hsve refused to resume work on the AMERICAN PLAN Permanent employment at MILFORD. MASS., KEENE, N. H and 8T0NY CREKK. CONN. 44 hours per week. ' We are paying high class Monumental rranite' cutters and carvers. ttt.RO to 110 and j rst class qusrrymen 16.60 to 16.40 per dsy. j '"I""" l!Tx.yKZZ.l. lEsrh man furnished free 1600.00 Lire IN employ. Working conditions at our plants are the best In the Granite Industry. APPRENTICES WANTED To learn the rranite cutting- trade. Good pay to atart and advancement accordina to Improvement. Full waa-ea when you can produce a standard day's work. APPLY TO The MUford Pink-Victoria White Grsnits Co, Mflford, Msss. EASTERN ORGANIZATION ExTiandin rapidly, has sn opening in northern Ver mont for ambitious men. Selling- expert, enoa not necessary, but. desirable. 31ar ytA mm, with nl o t,rwf.i-rcl First class ! rferencen required. Excellent future. Splen did earnings to start. Cbone Mr. nsie. Barre 77-R. Friday evetaina for interview. lVtf GRANITE CirPTERS. QUARRY WORK ERS, POLISHERS, TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS. TAKE NOTICE LABOR TROUBLE IN BARRE. VT, AND VICINI TY AT PRESENT. WANTED WANTED Reliable pianist and vlolinwt to- complete the ureal juutern vrcnestra ; apply at 40 Merchant street. Mr. Bisnchi. IJtb-iu WANTED TO BUY White ah lors; F. M. Bowen. ethel, Vt, Tel. iS.1210. 197t8 WANTED A reliable man would IUe a job for the winter, inside work preferred : can furnish references; address "A. B." care of Times. 19316 WANTED TO BUY Live poultry; drop a oard to A. J. Broderick. Barne. 18SU8 cXsHPRICESFor old rsrs7 neUls7ron, maratinea, papers, etc; Tel. 407-R, Ssm Gould. 19.14 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE REGISTERED JERSEY BULL-CALVES FOR SALE Several fine eepeicmen ; no money down and It months to pay ; H. M. Ros-ers, Royslton, Vt. liTtW COW" FOR SALE 4-year-old part Jersey. ready to freshen : Peter Johnson. MonU pclier road, near Barre road schoolhmrae. I6t3 FOURw"EEKS"6LbPlGS OR BALE Al bert FournUr. Orsnev ; Tel. 8J4-22. l4ti LOST AND FOUND LOST Friday. Oct. 27. betsreen Barre and EasK Mtwitpelier, a Hamilton open fsce 17.jwel s-old watch, chain attached ; finder ckaso return to the Barre Times; rewsrd. I8t8 tu "vl,hmg! Chdm: ftnder please notify U. Corta : leL 2S4-R. Bsrre, Vt. lWltf HORSES AND VEHICLES FOit SALE Good driving horse. Clever and will atand anywhere with hitch weight, afraid of nothing ; will sell cheap if taken at once; O. C. AverilL Averill block. lS6tf UPSTAIRS AT COLTO-VS Humane Fabric Horae Collars 82.MI 82 80 l.' M Irish Team Collsrs $5.00 8S.0O 8S.(M Sent anywhere by Farce! post ALL. ROADS LEAD TO COLTO.VS, 84- Stat Street Montpelier. Vermont A MODERN' MACHINE IS Th John IWre. Heater-On-A.le lrea(r. I Ha, o ehslns er sprockets. BIT drires heater on a tie. This as a patented feature j ne other spreader ran copy. . Ha ne mm or worn gsr aornn reo. BI T has oiti-e Bon-slip aornn teed. s oes not haee rear axis under load a-ieir.g. ' m moch weieri on rear axie. dl i nas ) aoir of load hanging euually hetwerat front ' -rfi rmr atlea. 1 41 he "Beater does not reeolre em the tap of ? apecm like all ois style types ot sp-eaorrs. HIT eeeoivea at end of aornn. I (The Jw-n l' re fiprearter not enly hw cTtne rw iW." t-at , are tnrf " imitate a-Te apprecte a JM.m lre ?-rree.ter in ahruld not esiiy see one. M"T w w. T a wcsi'l neea to nt lrs-e sams fee j ,iw ui keeo of tcire machine Ak a n-aa . w-ho ras wed one 1w nt-ne yenes. tent w.ll nd them ail annvt vesi- ! tiv- I.Mr m not anwlir hrss e.f I .hat w. y. put -er. u what .re ' 7 a in stntk ready fre- ri at SBinvites notice. XI A TSlt ALT.rK CO N. fc. Tel. 14, Orasge Co. Tat FOR SALE FOR SALE-Second hand doors at th. oh . c"nt,n, hoM' ,Br'i o!?" to Hm.V Lunda, Newton street, lei. Z44-X, or on th. to Pnifs. 87tt FOR SALE Glenwood heater, Glenwooi kitchen range; mission davenport, kitrtwt table, potatoes, vegetables and preserves call upstairs at 76 Washington street,' sido door. 187 ti A FEW. CORDS OF DRV WOOD FOR 8At! - lf. -i I., n .'6T All. Pi """"'Vqf,, , ?M'15.- 193tl ' CIDER FOR SALE Season will be short, picas maKe your wants Known : call oi write Dix 1, Camo, P. O. Randolph Ctr 196t4' FOR SALE No. 1 Green Mountain Pota toes: if you want soiuethin Aim in ouh! , ity and grading order these by mail, for pre I J" 9 5 rhl t Jsi hnnhJl No. 2 jrradeof Cobbler, at c buhl ! l J" me: H. W. Boaz, B F , D. 1. Williamstown, Vt 10 - ' ' ' Buy Concord Yarns direct from manufacturer at a big saving. Spun from long , combed wool. Write for free samples, many beautiful shades and heather mixtures. 50c per four-ounce skein, $2 per pound; in five-pound lots $0. Postage paid on all or ders. Concord Worsted SI ills, Concord, N. H. ) FOR SALE: Cook stove and small coal heat ' er owner leaving city, must be sold a once: price right: call at 110 South Mait street. 19716' FOR SALE Ottawa log saw, 44 h. p. 192! millel ; nearly new ; price right ; must sei at once as owner is leaving, city; cull m 110 South Main street. ... 197t6 DRY-BLOCR Also ' good hay. delivered in Barre nl Montpelier; F. A. George. Tel, 894-22 o Montpelier 812-81. 197t8' FOR SjTlE Green hardwood, four-footTsli a cord; sawed, 814, or $3.60 a run. Tfafa is No. 1 second growth ; f 6 for limb wool on the frit at Williamstown gulf, or 89 de livered; terms cash; call F. W. Langlois 195t STONE SHED AND QUARRY AT BARTON VT, FOR SALE Shed equipped with s latest machinery, abed one hundred feet lmg, 8.5 feet wide, with travelling ersna electric boom derrick in yard, 2 surf set1 cutters, one pol. wheel, a gang of eutten working year around; the stock is as darl as dark Barre granite and takes a fine pol ish ; a sample of it can be been at the Time) office. 6 men working in quarry and 4 teams drawing all the time; I can sell all c this stock I csn quarry; I am selling ci account of aickness. I am in hospital son and have been for several weeks ; address at correspondence to T. F. Roy, St. Johnsburr Hospital, St. Johnsbury,Vt. 194K FOR SALE A-few runs of mixed dry" Unit wood; also want man tc work on farm i H L. Douglas. Bsrre, Tel. 807-14. I4t FOR SALE Antique genuine mshncron writing desk; also an art square: call a 68 Mill street, Tel. 182-Y. 194t! CANDY SHOW CASE FOR SALE 12 ft long; in good condition; will sell at a bar gain ; Barre Fruit Co. 192C ALL WOOL KNTTTINGYARN FOR-SAM Direct from manufacturer, 9 5c, 81.83 81.60 a pound. Poitag. n.id on five del " ' ll" Z. BARTLETT, Harmony, Maine. 190V.il FOR SALE Onions in 10ft ro. bam, No 1. 82.4l; No. 2. 81.80: Cahbaaea on theti roots. 81.88 and 81.00 per dosen ; Savoy 81.51 per dosen : beets, carrots and turnips 81.01 per bushel ; parsnips 81.60 per bu; Huh hard squssh. 26 the. or more at 4 eta. pel lh. All delivered. Mitchell farm, 'phont 223-J. Barre. 181U Sweet Cider for sale. Order early. Apples are scarce , F. K. BAILEY; tel. 784. 177tJ thre5"rlTghtlyused'"phonm FOR SALE at a baraain price; also citi piano, used only about six weeks ; also en rtsyer piano ; Lamorey Clothinc Co., Bsrre . Vt. I9ti WOOD FOR SALE No. 1 selected ok rrowh body block wood, on lot tr de livered. Tel. 10S-J. 291tf FOR SALEprepsratioii for eleanins aranite and marble monuments 1 briirnteni up the letterina and makes the whole menu, ment look clean and new ; gusranteed ; prte on application; James Sullivan, 114- Part street, Barre. Vt. 18U HOUSES TO RENT FOR RENT 8-room house with barn: wil . tn cr trade; ess ranee and soma himiv. I hold furniture for sslo; C. F. Cumminr Fr-nch stret. or Tel. St3-W. 188tl TENEMENT TO RENT Good downtair tenement, in best location; apply to F. L ' Pa-e, 84 Hiahland ave. 188V TO RENT A six-room tenement on Sum mer street; Edith M. Carr, Tel. 3Ai-M. l!U TO RENT Furnished tenement of 4 rooms, all improvements ; lsnre porch : best lo cation in the city ; alo one 8-room tene ment, furnace hest and a-arag-e; inquire at 28 West street ;Tel. 661-K. l?Sll TO RENT-4-room upstair tenement, bath, electricity, (as. hardwood finish. Urn porch and g-oud cellar; 42 Maple avenne. Tel.172-M. l')5i8 TO RENT Cottage of T rooms all tm- ! trovmenta with rat-age. henhouse and garden ; inquire M North Main St. l'.'Stn TO RENT4-mom upstairs tenement at" 15 East street: Tel. 4&-Y. l2ff TENTMENT TO RENT 77 So. Main street, vacant Nov. 1st : Inquire V. E. Ayers. I91tf TO RENT Tenement 14 Terrace Ave, va cant Nov. 1st, 8 rooms and bath; Tel. 847-R. lutf TO RENT -room eottarc at 130 Ecmis ary atrret ; electric lights, hsth : rent res sonable; inquire Mrs. R. y. McDonnell, Tel. 1. JStf TO RENT Nov. I. second story tenement of four rooms, hsth and pantry, centrally located: Tel. -;64-W. lMtf toilet, electrirty and yas; erc-ind floor; at 4SS' North Main street; aew paint and paper; low prk-e f'W winter to right peo ple: A. M. Batch-elder, 28 Fair-view street. Tel. 4-M. 187U TO RENT At 7 Washington street. m stairs tenement of 8 rooms and bath ; hot water connection, electric ltghta and as : for particulars call 17-R. ls.tf HOUSE TO RFNT At No. I Rirer stree. Barre. Vt. ; Strong Hardware ' o Bu-Iine-lon. VL Ii4tf TO RENT 8 acres of land: also a 8-room house, with hot and cold water: good Kara, stable, henhouse and shed: known as Mead owbrook farm, wear earhern. efortrie er plant and state g-arag and can wort In either Barre oe Montpelter; inquire of Mrs. Msry M. Richard, wear Manria farm. Mcmtjelier. Vt.. or Tel. S7"-U ; Mrs. W. . Pirie. Barre, Vt. ITlt TO RENT-Modem s-eoom downstair tene ment. 8 Kirk atreet ; inquire A rua Mae. Dons id. 18 Kirk street, or telephone 4 J R ir?tf FOl'R ROOM TTTVFMrVT TO REVT-II aewly repaired ; Tel. 74-W. 18tf to RENT-Flee mom iw(in tenement. with eWa-tric lighta and tth. cellar, tmm prirtlrs - ni and cxi garden; situsteH st It . ( lark telephone es-K er inquires! n-iz iHmland BMg. Iltf " : , , ROOMS TO RENT STTAM HEATl.n KtKjws in Kt..l-Mt mA mi A water: inaaire at 19 iauM"- rtrrl. rrBNi.HEr. BOOM TO HEVT -esw ' " .w. ..,, a a . - T a. . . Kl- W hi. twanaw 41 . m-V. m - t ' - - O FROVT OtTlCFH IN gCMPIM Pl.OCK TO RFVT V i!l rent single ee phone 815-W or S4S-R. 17tf , : male AND FEMALE HELI W VTI I Ma e T f -w r-- al wr m g-mnn anaeafa-t-ees n"ce : ew WTh e-.nerrw-e pr,fcT-Hl , s4reas P o 4.j, ksrre. U "