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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1922.
ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. , Chester is planning a big winter carnival for next January. An article .by H. P. Bheldon, state fish and game commissioner, entitled, "Jumping Duck in the Slough," ap pears in the December number of 'Field and Stream." f Governor-elect Redfleld Troctor has donated $100 to the Vermont Soldiers' home for a Thanksgiving dinner for the reteraar. This was his motlier's cus tom and he has continued it every year since her death. - ' , - Kiev. Joseph Clark, pastor of the Con gregational church in Brookfleld, has been extended a call to became pastor of the church of that denomination in Vergennes, to succeed Rev. William Frazer, who resigned to become secre tary of .the Vermont. Congregational conference. A team of horses being ' driven by n rain Petterson of Waterbury were almost instantly killed Thursday eve ning by an engine that backed upon them. One animal was killed out- ri.it and the other died very soon aft er being struck. They were valued t,t between $500 and ffiou. Mr. .-auerson was unloading. Christmas trees.. .The engine was oa a freight train. i ii . . . i '. Brattleboro merchants were worked this week by a check forger, who se cured in that way about f 80 so far as reported to date. He presented cheeks at several stores made, out to JosejJt Martin and with the forged signature of H. M.- Sweetland.- After making small purchases and paying with checks, he was given the change. As the checks were returned to the bank their worthlessness was discovered. ' FIFTEEN .BOYS TOOK TEST For Appointment To West Point and Naval Academy. NorUifield. Jiov. 25. Fifteen Ver mont high school boys yesterday and this morning took examinations for appointment to West. Point and An nupolis.. The tests were held at Nor wich university with Major Charle N. Barber in charge. The following coruplted: Daniel M. Wilson of Bethel, Gordon E. Dunn of Montpelier, Kulpn W. Gifford of Randolph, Melbourne M. Kinney of Montpelier, George A. IIoI ton of" Northfield, Leon 8. Harding of Vershire, pihmind T. Manley of Brat tleboro, , Charlca J. Slack of South Newbury, Ethan N, Scott of Randolph, Guy E. Matthews of Greensboro, Nor man Bone of Montpelier, Gordon F. Smith of Randolph, John L. Davis of Montpelier, David B. Irons of Mont pelier and Robert T." Moore of St. Al bans. John B. Useless, Esq. STORE PROPERTY SOLD. VICTORS Tw. NOW USTEN 6ET THAT? ONE SIX -EIGHT A series of causes led to the accident in Bellows Falls Nov. 17 which may cause W. C. Putnam of the firm of Put nam & DamOn. grocers, the loss of one foot. In court Rector Morquin. chauffeur for Fred J. Perry ot the Coy l'aper company of Claremont, N. II., plcade.,1 guilty to a. charge of intoxicatiin, Mr. Moquin having been driving the touring car that ran into a team in which Mr. Putnam and D M. Damon, his partner, were riding home from the store. T.'ie - car struck the team just back of the i forward wheel, carrying Mr. Putnam, the waiion and horse 48 feet onto the sidewalk. , At the hospital it was found 1 every bone in Mr. Putnam's left ankle : was completely crushed, there were two cuts on one leg, a broken hip bone, a bruised elbow and a slight cut on the head. Damon was thrown clear of the rig and was unhurt. One shaft oi wagon was driven through one cheek of ! Ha Iw.ruA ami mmlipd nut tlironoii its mouth and the animal was badly cut ; about the hind legs, while the wagon was a total wreck. The men acknowl- ,edge ther were without lights on the , tragon although the hour of the acci dent wan 5:30 p. m., but assert they Ihink the automobile was also without lights, as it struck the wngnn without the slightest warning. No action has : been brought for damages, but Mr. Perry, to whom the car belonged, has offered to settle for the affair in any : way-determined- upon - - ' "'-r. ' --. .. Big Catch of Lake Trout. H. A. Booth, special deputy warden in the fish and game department, has reported to State Fish and Game Com missioner IL P. Sheldon that he and his assistants took over a ton of lake trout in a single haul with a 12 rod seine at Lake Dunmore recently. The seining, which was done for the pur- ,pose of stripping to secure eggs, was entire, successful, 571,790 eggs being secured, which is nearly double the amount of eggs ever taken at the lake in one season. The seining was be gun Oct, 13 and the first catch secured , Oct. 21. The fluhing was finished on Nov. 5. The number of trout taken was 3,814. The eggs were shipped to tha Holden hatchery at Tittsford. A . few egg will be shipped to other hatcheries. All those in the Holden hatphprv will he hatched there and Mie fry returned to Lake Dunmore. 1 he largest catch was 73rt trout in one haul, on Oct. 26, one of the fish weigh ing 14 pounds. The seine was pur chased of Judge Barnes at Chimney Point. - H. C Royce, Sheldon Springs, Buys M. P. Perley & Co. Business in Euosburg. Enosburg, Nor. 25, The store prop erty of M. P. Perley & Co., founded here in 1873, has been purchased by H. C. Royce, formerly of Sheldon Springs, including,, the two-story brick block the large new storehouse recently erected and the large stock of goods, which includes groceries, hardware, carpets, paints, oils and notions. The purchase price, which is not announced, goes in to the thousands of dollars and the sale is one of the largest and most important to take place here in sever al years. . '.v-'. : Claims Car Went 5o Miles An Hour. S. P. Flint of Claremont, N. IT., has j reported to the Vermont secretary of j state that he suffered a cut leg and a I fractured rib in a collision between his) , ...... I , . . , car and one driven by II. F. Collins of WHX FIGHT DIVORCE DECREE. An Annmty la a Perenmal White River Junction in" Aseutneyville -,. 0 t. t f my., and blooms, one, two, four or twelve November 6. The collision was head Mr, Tiernan Saya the Frotes.or was tiraM ach Jw A fi-ed income nJonth. on, and Mr. Flint states the Collins ; To Re-marry Her. jy quarterly, half yearly or yearly as car came out of a bridge at the rate! South Bend, Ind., Nov. 25. Mm. Au- long as you live. Information by mail of f0 miles an hour. He states that gust a Tiernan, principal in the Tier- or on call. National Life Ins. Co. of he tried to turn to the left into a nan-Poulin paternity case, following Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general mill yard, but could not get , out of a report last night that her former hus- agent, 45 State street, Montpelier,; G. a rut in time to void a collision. j and, Professor John F. Tiernan., had J- Seager, local agent. " ' . i tried to obtain a marriage license in " C. M. Devarney of St. Albans Is Waukegan, 111- and a telephone call . Exemplary, dead, following a collision between his from a person who, she said, was nn- 11. 1 . motorcvele and an automobile, and a known; tq her, that the pn.fe.aor was .f;en c,dcr 1Uche8 u " nlen hJ il negro who was injured while ridinS married yesterday in Chicago, an- 'J'?"'' Trail- with David Scanlon of St. Albans has nounced she would immediately take P also died, acordmg to reports to the steps to have the divorce decree grant secretary of state from St. Albans.' ed Tiernan here Thursday set aside. 1 he car, driven by Scanlon tipped over, In statement to newspapermen VIC-T0R-E&E 0,HE SIX EI0HT TWO ,. H0-N0-NO!ON-EI6H SIX -TWO' ? mi's T il'lE-'S , Three Lines for 25c Th. Ti-, win ,w.k w.nt Tt .nd FIREMEN AND BRAKKMEN Bmrlniwrs Found, lor Sale. To Let, tc.-hort dr. , 1 10, later mo monlhyt no atrik. , at 16 Park atreet or tall J!1-R. tlKcmnU at the rate of three 'Knca for iwnicn ooaiuon ij. nnu uauway, " wi ST - rww ,nv. nt for th. Brat ln.ortfon a4 j.mj. rKUS, . ..... " vrT " .K-l' , WANTK.D Two teamter at once; Richard 'lor tovi. drlvine and widdle home an threa (5nerney heifer. F. F. Fnller, WatM ' t i ... ..a IlAimrin uat nitn .GRANITE CUTTERS Wanted mmwei : Bur'. '. ' rMrmVilrt nt tukfnir chariTa of twUiftninir , HELP WANTED MALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Coal and. wood heater: Inqnlej twenty ton cents for ch iiibsexiuent inaertlon. 6th ley, Williamatown, Vt. I CRANITB CUTTERS Wanted capable of takln eharar of polumns' A LOT nv FINR BriT.F. Ann HARNRSlll and cutting- ahl. Taka ona-half intere.t LEATHER just arrived. Any ua atraK in Dalihinr olant and quarry t $ft.C0; or belt in atock. W. have a rood tin. nl FOR SALE OR RENT 7-room hou wflh i-.-' i u.'r, ? 'Tw.' "?.T-V rettt "PPortnnity for rBht man ; w. bvm,hoea or men. woraen anchildren whkr , . I I iiZT' wn ..Z mora oraera tnan we can mu w i mam rar. , w, wln be pleaaed tfl Uchan(re for he " aona traniia uuarryj, duk iuo, iiinn-i FOR SALE ThE. A." Prlnole houaa at landtown, Penna. tlM, 85 Keith avanue, corner Summer St. and WANTED Some extra men on a farm for Keith avenue. 174tf FARMS FOR SALE FOR bALE'-Vlllaa-a farm. 80 acre. 4 milci from MontpcHer; ohn F. Benjnmm, Barre. Tel. 106-K. 'tf WILL- EXCHANGE FOR , CITY PROPERTY work on team and. wooda, about a waek, also one ateady man and some choppers, by cord: apply at farm: H. W. Boaz, Wii liamatown.t; 210t WANTED Good pol'iVrj Andenioti 'ft Johnaon. Smith trc.w 209tf WANTET) Jobber to cut and akid loan by the thousand : arood irny, also, man to drive team, wife to cook: Towna Broa., Vt, Tel. Barre 896-31! g07t9 V ANTED GRANITE CUTTERS AND QUARRYMEN 60 eowi summer and winter can b kpt and one-half miLra from North MontpeHer To take places of the meti whose merit with this Company expb-ed on March Slat, 1922, and who bay refused to resume work on the creamery, two miles from Piainfteld. Large two-story colonial style brick house im open fireplaces barn with tie-ups for 52 head: splendid fields for tractor work; quantity ot wood and an extra good auirar place of about 600 maples : fruit. The barn is nulnned with milkimr machine: , , . . ... .. i . ... o w'--t.. nr.r.i.Ci, i. XI., anu o farm i atocked with 41 head of cattle, 8 CRmK. CONN. U hours per week horses. Including one heavy fancy team, 7. w navinir hich class Monnr AMERICAN PLAN Permanent employment at MILFORT). MASS.. KEKNE, N. H., and STONY it is understood. He was convicted in St. Albans city court of failing to re port the accident. WAITSF1ELD ENOSBURG'S OLDEST WOMAN. Mrs. Mary P. Cushman, 96 Yrs., 8 Mos, 22 Days, Died from Shock. Prerions to a shock which she sus tained Xov. 18, Mrs. Mary P. Cushman of Enosbtirg was in unimpaired health and her faculties were as keen as a person of much younger years. She died the next day. Mrs. Cu'ehman was born in Hetnmingford, P. Q., and hud reached the ae of 9rt years, eight months and 12 days. Sne married at the f ee of 17 and b.-r husband di '. 2"J ears ago. Eievw children we e born to Uiem, of whom nine survive, with 2S, grandchildren, 30 preat grand children and five great great prandrhi! dren. Both Mr. and Mrs. Cui-hmnn w1r Seventh Day Adventists an5 joined the church at Bordoville in 18(54. he the last surviving ohartcr member of that society. JUST LOOK! AT THESE BARGAINS Fancy Creamery Butter, lb 53c Fancy Dairy Butter 52c 1U Ids. rood fcuear 7.",,1 C. W. Long went Friday to New Haven, Conn., with an auto truck load of hotHchold goods for Mr. and Mrs. (J. G. Skinner. - - Mm. Belle Hookc Swinnerton from Providence, R. I., came Friday to Y's- it her sister, Mrs. t . fc. Long. Mrs. E. M. House, who was shot on Nov. 8 and taken to Heatoa hospital, is gaining and able to sit up. She will return to her home in a week or two, it is reported. The Community club met for its regular - meeting- Wednesday night. There were about To present, ibe meeting was presided over by the pres ident, (1. W. AVallis. .The program was under the direction of the chairman of the program committee, Mrs. Wal lis, and consisted of music, singing and speech making. Reprewntatives-eleet II. W. McAllister of WaiUfield, John Mobus of Warren and Ai A. McCul lough of Fayston attended the meet ing, and the subject of the speech- making part oi the program was, "What Will the Coming Leginlature Do for Vermont?" Others benidei the representatives-elect who spoke on this vital subject were D. R. Bisbee, Dr. Kent, W. E. Jones, R. W. McAl lister, E, II. Jones, O. M, Jones and Air. wain jjie entire meetinf; was one of the most interesting in the j history of the club. After the meet-; ing several new members put their j names on the book and some who were I members last year paid their dues. The next meeting will be the f - urth Wednesday in December. Mrs. Tiernan said she had been "tricked,", and . "double-crossed," iu agreeing not to contest the divorce ac tion. ' She said the divorce agreement was hut a means of satisfying publio opinion and that after a short time they had planned to re-marry. Although report of Professor Tier nan's marriage or his attempt to ob tain a license, are as yet unconfirmed, Mrs. Tiernan said she entertained lit tle doubt as to their authenticity. Free to Asthma and Hay Fever Sufferers Free Trial af Method That Anyone Can Use Withent Discomfort er '. ... . L Tim, . .-i, . We hsvs a method for the control of Aath ma. and w want you to try it at our ex pense. Mo matter whether your ease is of loar standing- or resent development, whether it ia present aa Chronic Asthma or flay Fever, you should send for a free Trial of our method. No matter tn What climate you live, no matter what your age or occupation, if you are troubled -with Asthma or Hay Fever, our method should relieve you promptly. We especially want to aend it to Uima apparently hopelesa cases, where all forma of inhalere. douches, opium preparations, fumes, "patent smokes," eU nave failed. We want to show everyone at our expense. that our method is desined to end all difficult breathinir, all wheeling, and all those terrible paroxysms. This free offer is too important to n. led sjnele day. Write now and begin the method at once. Send no money. Simply mail coupon below. Do it Today you even do not pay postaae. v ' I 1 M r W ESTATE OF PARKER EDCERLY. State of Vermont. Dietrkt ot Washington, ts. The honorable nrobate court for the du. triet aforaaa'd. o all -motv Htei-es'ed n the estate of Parker Edtrerir. lata of -Mid. dlesex, In said district, deceased, GREET ING : , WHEREAS, said eourt hia assigned the lffth day of December next for examintne and allowing the aeeoant of the edminktra-' tor of the estate of said deceased'. and for adecrre of the reavdue of aaid estate to the lawful claimant of the aamennd ordered FftP CAT TT flR F.YHTTAKflK that public notiee thereof be given to all Utt UK lliAL-JlAXNULi persona inUmsted tn said estate by publish-' AH kind of real estate I farms, alt alsea ing this order three weeks aoccesstv'ly pre. and locations ( Tillage properties, all kinds i vioua to the day assumed, in the Barre Daily stores, feed and aaw mills : rettaare Times, a newspaper published at CRy of Barre, In said district. THEREFORE, yed are hereby notified ts appear at the probate oAce In Montpelier. In aid district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of aaid ao count if you aee cause, and to establish your right aa heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said resMue. Given onder my hand, this SUh day of November, 1922. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Not25-P-2- hog,, 4P hena. tools of all kinds. Including rrnlte cutteTg ,nd carvem, t8.50 to $10 and sumy biow. manure apnwuer. y . i. nnit eaM CS.M to IS.40 per Bay. gine, reaper and binder, rake teaaer. mow- Ellrn miin furnt,he( froe 600.00 LIFE IN- mg raacnine, narrows, wag., BURANCE so long as be remains In our nesnm. loft of wand, dairy tools, all nay, SW i. w 1.1 ti.i -. 1 lage, about tOO bankets of corn, everytnlng ,r, tll. best in the Granite Industry, all ready to step rent into, a gooa lat creamer check from the start. Come in ,' .h' l ' L ,h " . "h. Tlk'tMfoof Pr'C" " 'vanenccordlnl quick sale, lll,009j . . to Imnrovemnt. Pnll .e. when . f arm with lumber and wood aumcienr to -- - L nav for it. near Marshfield. Good house "" uir,ara u7 . and extra good barn with hiith drive. Build- TXhl , Jura lighted by electricity : US 'acres: three Th. MilfonT Plnk-Vietoria White Granita woodlota. Farm will carry a lot of stock Co., Miiford. Mats. and the wood and lumber will more than, pay for It Wfll e.xcbantra for small farm j or City property, or sell on easy terms, j Price 1.4. 500 1 GRANITE CUTTERS, QUARRY WORK- co.dtw" wTkeoSr p.Ti at one ERS, POUSHERS, TOOL SHARPENERS TROUBLE IN BARRE. VT AND VlCINI TY AT PRESENT. hef. poultry, beans, veal calves, hides and furs. Heityy woolen cloth, suitable Vir horse blankets. Sample by mail. Gomalo AJa, 2 Berlin street. 813t6 FOR a.ALELudwig piano. In good com dition ; to be sold cheap : easy terms if desired. Tel. JS77-W. 213tf FOR SALEA parlor "heaTer, IrTfine eondi tion : also a 3 burner oil stove ; call ai 4 Long street. 08tt AU."woor7KNrrTmdTABN forTalh Direct from manufacturer, 95e, I1.S5, 11.60 a pound. PosUire paid on five dol Ur order.. Write for samples ; H. A. BARTLETT, Harmony. Maine. 190tS!l Sweet Cider for sale. Order early. Appl F. K. BAILEY; tel. 7J4. are gcarce, J77tf Certain-leed Floor Coverings I'M Phw'i FREE TRIAL COUPON VHnKTrru irmui rr t 2" Y, Niagara and Hudson Sts. Buf- falo. N. . Y. method tot Send fwe trial of your Teeth Extracted Without Pain "- We have a new discovery for making false tectu that fit tight by a new suction method, only $18 up. We do not use plaster far talcing impressions aa the new auction method is mora pleasing and easy for the patient. 22-K gold crown only 6; other dentists ask 910, Fillings and bridgework by tht new inlay method. Prices reason able. ' Dr. Meagher's Dental Parlors Professional nurse, attendant. Hours: Daily 0 to 6; evenings 7 to 8:30j Sunday by appointment COMMISSIONERS NOTICE ESTATE OF R. GERTRUDE DODGE. The nndersiamed. having been aonointad by the honorable probate court for the etia ' trict of Washington, earn uniti loners, to re- I reive, examine, and adjust the claims and ! demands of all persons aeahvt th eatsite rt R. Gertrude Dodge, late of Berlin, In said district, deceased, and all claims ex hibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will me t for t purpos aforesaid, , at the Granite Savings Bank and Trust Co, In the t'ltr of Barre. In aaid district, on the 16th day of December and 11th day mt May. next, from ft o'clock a. an., until t o'clock n. m.. on each of said days and that six months from the 14th day of November, A. I. is the time limited by aaid court for said creditors to present their claims to ue for examination and a I lows nee. -Dated at City of Rar re this Urd dae of November. A. D. 1922. FRANK L. SMALL, DANIEL A. FERRY. Commissioners. Nov2S-Dee-- at Joes pond ! call anal aee oat write or telephone what you want if you mean bus Ineesi wa can sure shew you the roods; prices and terra right A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, Agents, Marshfield. Vt. ratf LIVESTOCK FOR SALE HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Capable woman for general houaework in family with two children : address Mrs. E. W. Magnus, Waterbury, Vt. 2itte WANTED Middle-aged woman to do house . work for man for the winter: one with a child could apply; Daa Clltey, West Topsham, Vt. S12t( WANTED AT ONCE At the anatorlum, a ward maid. THREE SLIGHTLY USED PHONOGRAPHS FOR SALE at a bargain price; also ens piano, used only about six weeks; also one player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co.. Barre. Vt. - ' 19tf WOOD FOR SALE No. 1 selected old growth body block wood., on lot er d livered. Tel. 10I1-J-. mtt FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monuments ; brightens up the lettering and makes the whole mono, ment look clean and new; guaranteed; pried on application: James Sulli.ao. 114 Park street, Barre, Vt. 18tl HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Warm upstairs 4-room tenement for small family; gaa, electric lights, bath, hot and cold water; F. C. Wetmure. 64 Warren street. ; x 214tl FOR RENT Desirable foufroom tene ment with pantry and bath, steam heat, electric lighta and gas : apply a 1S3 Wn-h. ington street, J?el. 424-M. 214ta TO RENT Ground floor at 11 Granite FtJ suitnbie for store or repair shop; inquint 804 North Main atreet, Abrara Fine A Son. . .- 2Ht TO RENT Four-room tene-ient with alj modern improvements, on Washington St) apply to J. J. DftAhnne W.jihinvrnn St 1 tenement will be vacant December 1, rail 872-W. 1414' FOR RENT 6 room tenement, third floori at 17 Laurel atreet : 1 rooms, with ,bath. at 19 West street, up one flurht, vacant Decleail at 17 Wast street. 20Htl COTTAGE TO RENT 7" room. fu"mac, heat at 32 East atreet: apply at 33 Kasb ern Ave or 'phone 66-M. 211tl COZY UPSTAIRS "TENEKENT Ofthres I rooms, bath and large attic at 8 Elmor f street; very desirable for two people; gas, s ollff electric lijrhts, hardwood floors ; rent 12 I iiiTiEdith M. Carr, Tel. 862-M. Slid; WANTED About January 1st a com petent girl for general housework. In a family of four; must know hew to cook : aooly to Mrs. James F. Dewey, (lurches, Vt. TO RENT Upstairs tenement at 57 Avert stree; rooms, pantry, bath, gas an) electric liKht ; vacant Dec 1 ; apply it Spauldins; atreet. H05U TORENT Tenement at 6FSrookstreet. vacant Nov. 18, electric lights, bath ana hot water connections; E. L. Densmore, 1 Pleasant street. 204U SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT All mod- 212t8 ern conveniences hot water, gas, bath, wood abed and large garden i apply Leon L. WANTED Kitchen girl at 28 School St.. Cummings, 4 Merchant street, Barre. 20!ti 'ItltX Xf RENT Two mail nit.pn t.n.m.nl, I one arxitairs and one down. 4-rooms enrhl plenty W land for garden ; R. Q. McDonnell. Tel. 10. i i , VTU Montpelier, Tel. 72-M. FOR . SALE Grade Jersey eows ; some WANTED An experienced waitress at tha fresh and othera to freshen aoon ; Henry p,rk inn, Northfield. Vt. 2tiltf uiivron-v... P. I " FOR SALE a very nice Ayrshire hull, ten city hospital training school to train to I TO RENT Nov. 1, second story tenement months old: price rieht. Herbert Kel- become nurses; apply to the superintendent! of four room, bath and pantry, centrally ton. East Montpelier, Vt. 2UU at the hospital. lStf located ; Tel. 764-W. IMtl HOUSE TO RENT At No. 1 River street, Barre, VUi Strong Hardware Co., Burlingi ton. Vt. 174U C. F. GALE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 EAST ST., BARRE, THOXE M Jerseys N Bull calves I by Successful Queen's Torono 150940. son. of Successful (Jtieen 271743, 1.8. lbs. milk. SS1.72 lbs. fat in 1 yr. S yearly records eve. 14,471. lb., asilk and 781.4 Rs. fat out of rows that made 410 lbs. fat in 10 mo. Four eows from this herd, owned by J. G. Chandller, W. Danville, Ar. (1.1 Tha. fat for Or, in th Cabot C. T. Assa. For pedigrees and prices, address '.; , Hutchinson Farm, Tunbridge. Vt. Accredited Herd No. 21647. 212tf WANTED WOMAN Would like a few small wash' ! inn to do at home or work by th hour : call at 7 Seminary street. tllti FOUR ROOM TENEMENT TO RENT All newly repaired ; Teh 74-W. U5t! TO RENT Five room downstairs tenement, with electric light and bath, cellar, hsre-l SPEND THE WINTER JW FLORIDA On privileges and good garden; situated at U my planUtlon. Beautiful room incllld- ri.ek St tlenhnr, KS.R nr innuira t 11.11 1 , ing anemia, ooit ;' rv , : Howiand Bldg. 210U . mcwasi cpmrr, rionua. Aioii' i WANT -TO HEAR from owner having farm for sale;, give particulars and lowest 'price; John I. Black. Chippewa Falls. Wis i eonsln. 21S-SU WAWTFn Re vnune eminie. 1 nr 4 heated furnished rooms, suitable for light house keeping 1 address "C." car Time office. 214t2 BIG SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Bargains for Saturday Only Fine Granulated Sugar, 13 lbs.' for .. $1.00 DR. W. FAY MANN. Jr. Dentist ' Eastman Block TeL Offle 76S-M. Hon Tl-M. Office Hour ItolZ... ltolp,m. Monday and Saturday 7 to t fx an. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS Established 1191 The Square Deal Place Representing th fotlfwln Piano Refcnme emems Laoter MIKra Est. 1S1 Est. 1S47 Fat. 1HSJ Fat. ll Ask for hook ef thrm.snd refusnsa. No- ti Spaoldln t.. 'Phone Tl-W BARRE. VT.. FOR SLE Or will exchange for x or new milch cow: one Guernsey bull, 0 months old ; on Holstein bull, yearling ; 4 grade Guernsey heifers ; five heifer calves, grade Guernsey about ai months old; C has. L. Woodbury, Berlin. Vt., Tel. SD4-4. 21 lt6 BULL CALVES HORSES AND VEHICLES When you want GOOD WALL PAPER WALL BOARD and PLASTER BOARD 0 AI.A F,-m .nj n.eM RmH aft nrin. that I will helo to knock the bottom out of th and nice harness fimt-claas FOR SALE New pung sleighs, $35.00; t- new two-horse sleds. one second-hand driving sleigh, at McLeod' shop. 2i4l4 FOR SALE Brown S year old mare colt wt. 860 lbs.; 9 year old bay mare: good roader. wt. 1060 lbs. ; price right ; N. M. Batcheldcr. Plainfield,Vt; 214tl HORSE FQK SALE A gcid driver an4 big enoueh to work ; also nice top buirxr mtch-up. all hiirh cost of living. Call 174-W. JOHN T. CALLAGHAN, 44 Park St. will sell riitht. 1. 3. i ivn urrr. eoniplete ; Barre. FOR SALE Black horse. 6 year . c!di weighing about 900 lbs. : black horse I REGISTERED JERSEY FOR SALE Several fin sepelcmenM ; n W" ANTED Position aa clerk hav some I rears old. weighing about 1050 Iba. both money down and 12 month to pay t my herd knowledr erf shorthand and typine ; three : d1"1 ' burk nirc. rears old, la accredited, U. 6. tested; H. H. Roger. r,n- business experience; address to weisthinB' about 1400 good worker; ba Roralton. Vt. S0tl0 clerk' ear Barre Times EUt2 i horse 7 yean old. weighing about 1104 . ! lbs.: chestnut mare 5 year old. weighing WANTED TO TRADE Used car far hsy ; ebout jto lbs, good worker and driven H. F. Cutler A Son, Barre, l2t ; mrtil sell r exchange for stock : bava n WANTED A building auitabl for unto ' Turthfr u" S thes' hff"s : WUIiam Rvk, naint shoo room, large enoueh to hold 1(157 North Seminary street. ZUI16 six car at a time: address 14 Webster I pnb "sI.rT.nf dHvin "hm. Cleves for auto and carriage, aiga or any shno Ave, or lei. l Sl '.W I and will stand anywhere with hitch. MISCELLANEOUS CALL AT 72 SOUTH MAIN STREET AND SEE A REAL PAINT SHOP I am ready t six cr. at Hijih prailf Certain -teed Floortex, two yard whip, cut from full rolls, in hsndyntne patterns for rvrry room in the hiu. Ortain-teed KlKrtcx it tnaniifacturM by the well-known Certain-teed Products Corporation of America and i fruimnteed waterproof and to pive aatisfartnrv avrvice or will be replaced free of charge. o matter how hitth a price you pay or what make you buy you cannot find any llor covering to compare with Certain-teed H.H.rtey. To introduce these goods we are making a special prica of C5c per squara yard while this ship ment lasts. Do nut mitt this bargain Jut received, new lot of intm rel- :C j silk fl;ns mattreea, feit . . ,60c "bit cotton mattressr . . .15c nd wool and Our price are the lowest in the city. AU RAM FINE & SON 304-306 North Main St, Barre, Vt Brookfleld F.trorn. dor 4. A I"1 !"nged; also Aminu.r anl Greeninsr Ajples, pk . . Cranberries, qt iin.truiii, a pugs ZoC 10 cakes good Laundry Soap, for sec 10 cakes Star Soap 50c Yellow-eye or Tea Beans, per n 10c" 10 lbs. pood Onion 25c Wes'tem Round Steak. lb . .C0c Good Roast rork, lb 22, 25, T,0c Smoked Shoulder, lb 15c Frankfort?, Ib . : ioc j Great many other good trades. Fowl, per Ib 28c Sugar, 100 lbs. for ?7.50 Chfronrjirfnra Pork Sausage, per lb 20c fancy Creamery Butter, per Cnrrier Block Beef Steak, per lb 29c 56c Mondar, Wednesday, Friday 7 to Boiling Beef 8c to 15c Round Steak, per Ib 20c p. m. Roast Beef, per Ib 23c Roast Beef, per Ib ....25c, 23c Tu"d-y. Thursday, Saturday to 3 Sirloin Steak, pr Ib 35c Fresh Frankforts, per lb ..20c ,nnM Re.Menc km Pork Loin, per Ib ....25c, 30c Heavy Salt Pork, per Ib ..16c rr irvrrr-. Roast Pork, Ib 23c Smoked Shoulders, per Ib. .16c un- u- MAKlliN SUced Ham, Ib 34c Boneless Smoked Shoulders,; OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Smoked Shoulder, Ib . 17c, 19c 'per t 19c' , oc m nm i. Mn UniHiat Frankforts, lb li$c ioin Koast i-ork, ro 4c to zvct Tdepboo ca-ctio. Butter, dairy and creamery. Boiling and Stewing Beef, per, rmnrHOTjRS. a...tlB1..M 1:M per Ib ........ .53C K 15C, 18C - MoewUr. lWaa,, TlmrsOy n4 rrMay Flour, bbl , .9.50 -eg of Spring Lamb, lb ..35c Pastry Flour, one-eighth sack. Lamb Chops, Ib 35c at D5c Laundry Soap, 6 bars ....25c Eggs, per doz 38c White House Coffee, Ib . 3oc Apples, per peck 50c Compound Lard, No. 5 pail 65c Cranbemesn er quart ....15c Walnuts, per lb 28c Bananas, per doz 40c SOstf l u-ii l civ ikm m "c -i u, i wcieht. afraid of nothioir: will sell cheap if ' " " : i""lui ; n r- a .. in A til ui b lSdd naintinx. H. BiMtcy. TO RENT Shed mom, includin derrick ' white ah Ioct at freight yards : C'harlea and steam heat, for th winter months. N. Lee. Northfield. K. F. D. 4. Oranee Co. Plant peravine on American plan: fer par-j 'phone I-J. lillt tiruiar aiyly at ilort at MUD Inc, Smrr, Vt. lasif WANTED Someon to Kurd and car for i 11-year-old boy in Catholic family: ana FVRNTURK AND PIANO MOVINfJ John ! wer by letter to "M," cans Time oflW. Anderson. 110 Se. Mai strert. Tel.! T17-R. llltf DANClNli LESSONS ""rivste .n.tructlos by appointnicrt : rail at 17it Main street, phone IS4-W ; Marl Quintan. 18Stf TO RF.NT Vacnum cleaner: Tn Electris Store. 14 Elm street M4tf Louis Romanos TeL 3IS-W, 29 Prospect St. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE DAILY TIMES FOR SURE RESULTS Grapefruit, each Oranges, per doz White House Coffee, per Potatoes, bushel Potatoes, ush Onions, 10 lbs , Tomatoes, 2 for ..10c ..GOc . .35c $1.00 .$1.00 . .25c 25c B. P.'Shadroui Tel. 184-W. CO Brook St. BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY I W t W 1 Tomatoes, 2 big cans for ..35c ,0 O . 1A M1rn. ft "t H Joap, IU CaKeS 0C 2 ran- frond Corn for .. Rolled Oat. 10 IbS 40; (in Trachea Cornmeal. 10 lbs .'.40c ''r,rrr,f :-ir iu Cornflakes, 3 for a -i- . itooa can r ... .WC X t...hi f..a- .ZoC (ino4 ran .2.V .2.- IV -lie DR. HOWARD A. DREW 09TEOATmC PHYStCtAI BLANCRAJU) BLTXL Ph" OfaW 1M-W Rest, aee. T04.P STOCK AND TOOLS at AUCTION A I must raiae money to mmt obli- WANTED One fifty horse power locomo tive type boiler; must be in ml con dition ; M. F. Mac Dona Id Co So. Kyceate. yt. ?1:;tti WANTED TO BT7Y R-ond-hand sarfa-e I machine, Trmw A Holdt-a make: must be! in (eod condition ; addrass Box 79. Barre. ( not RAW FURS WANTED Old Abe. UPSTAIRS AT COLTON'S On Hor Sir. Two Hors Sieda. Sin(rl Farm Karnes. Double Farm Ham" ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON'S, 84 Stat Street Montpelier. Vermont LOST AND FOUND 1 1 i.i wa about riht when he said you ran . LOST Friday niirht. between Barre an fool some of the nennle all the time, all the Wt bstcrville, Ford tire chain : fln.iri peotile some of the time, hut you can't fool pli asa call S1B-M. 21tl .11 .1.. 1 . -ii ... ,.. .1 wr - - f.Kt iearnire raniHIv that hi fue Iw.,,.. 4. LOST Small i..-. .i.: a .i t.i . . I hound. L,.:j i. e u: .i 1.1 ' Pnd.-r nlraee notify Philip Bean. Ka1 rimiium., w ur .it(,n'rv will ten ymi mil i 1. V f ... 91J..S r i. k.i... ,;m v i v . t 1 Montptlier. Vt. ZU. ; proved It. t.o. Low rent and contracts I LOST- A Ford demountable rim and tirs wnn bw manufacturers enshie me to tay on Montneiirr road or m city; hn.n I the traner every cent for his furs market ' plea- notify A. D. Youna, Montpelier nd j rondiiiona will stand. Aa I have built a fur t, L 4fiii-R- !:;3tl ana niae new. i am in oeiTee condition to black and tan femiV fo between Cabot and Woodbury I TtL. OFFICE irt-al. RKSIDENCB. 4b-M EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWTKR , BOLSTE ttAXX aui, rr. MOTAIIT rUBUO PERRY & NOON AN CNEXCEl.LED FUNERAL FVR.VISHC.';! HoaptteJ AaUMiaSM aWraw Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers PT- Brn. atarre. Tfl. etiynnte.,. e,T Tall Rr4 S!moa 2."- WE ALWAYS. HAVE ,W J .!" wt sr. taokt tm h. the nn, t. ' at rrwMtr. Unrsnmrc. rut raa, r. Rolled OatS. 2 Dke 35c I'ink Salmon, fall ean I 17,,' IjjTYiri TnnmiP nt inr .v i'M, rntiked MiottUer, per !? !o Our mtr mm ease rer.tr c , J U'Ml.n Knuml Stak. i-r ft. 9V i teil. 1 1 . - ! .....! V , .. -1 . . n van vamps vegeLaoie ooup ;utrr Ch.k K.t. per B 1.V IOC Roiline IWf, per It. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler t ri at rntnrT 'an Camp's Vegetable Sim k- !r 2-, , ol icexito osrt,w AMEicAr n fnr. r-, ti'xvl .Kpr;ne iliekeat. per H. .1 tOri ttz, . ttzzzzzxt-zzzzz Ala Oraafree. Bananas, Graji-f roit.i iNOIILb TO Grape, aU at low prior, tail ar.4 All at low prices. Hidder liabbep Ordera Drhyerea Free. - SS 20 Tropert Su, TtlekoDt 533 ii PURLIC (rations, w ill sell at public auction to 1 handle your fur then ever before. All .hip- ' "OUND-hcif.-r. com and prove troi-rt, the higheat bidder nn the promised i men j h.ld l dav.. suhjH to return. Try j . nd ,r" B- " Ewl -here 1 live in Randolph, two mile rj. "v. c U biU"' th ,ur m"- rMn; ,M"T , v. t" a ,1,. v ri .,i . I Vu iuOtf LOST around Roxl.urr. black and taa rlrllT'T; Otarlea tASHRrs - - nound ,n3 Wck wh. be.,., ,, Danyou farm, on ,-. TeU 407-R, . - u- ye: ndr ,ded- AU wwhi. jw.tri I ',, ....... y -i. M. I I 1S21 SEDAN call 8-Y. AUTOMRILES FOR SALE Aba J. G. Shadroui Tel 1S7-M. US Soutk Mai St. Barre. No-. JJ. lilt. cans, platform snilrs, fain trsj. k, !c. CROPS filt ton of hr, 15 iomt fod der. I-V) ta en.ife. Terjn at t t f a!. 1 un. h at sons. i wiin rrrarcUe. ii I Wrby vms the r-ib-ir arainat lN',,k r,A V. -inc my wife, Miv IL Msmsi. silvil . ... -i w he msnei.s. for a.y an m imUi-lel at"Ve pica. by her e aa4 after thw e. HAUil H. Xi.SOH MONDAY, NOV. 27, at 10:30 o'clock ia the forenoon, . the following dr-cribed property: 21 COVTS, 5 HORSES The greater part of the eowa hare just freshened, all young and to good condition. Hare passed a clean teat. Flay tram, weight abemt 2,500 pounds in frond condition, rifht yrar old; pray team, weight about 2,800 pounds, about tea year old; one. othrr horse. TOOLS AND MACHINERY Threshinr machine, nrrdrr, two ra- oline ttiftmcs, enilre eutter and blow er, two riding cultivators, mr hnr vrster, milkina machine emi!ete. no- tatrt dipirer, rirru'ar mw ri, three rt!Ft'R SALE-Xr-w h the time to crdrr jmr dot.hlr h.nifs two two horse ftm .iL t7t7 i u r.':! " L ..7: wapona. two art. two hnr ..e,!.. ry.-j-. ,.,r.Whi,. ,.,.' ,.-,. . pre wagon, e,r:j;li. hob .cd, htif gr i rrrr-r ES to ' e. .ira,n Tel. -. Waj'ia, tw mowers, two lior.r fake. R. 8. Jt'ord Willianulewn. Vt li f.3 hay tedder, nor hoe, two plyw. two W ANTF rV-ltry. er... hutter and tn.t.le sprirtsf tKith riarrow, aroke tv!a hnr-1 ea.h. . eomn-iasion; row, wheelbarrow, mih-r, rici.t muk AGENTS WANTED. hoc : : UtS STORAGE FOR CARS FOR THE WINTER tr Washing-ton street 21 -t" m.Bt direct U purchaser: steady work. fuS FOR KtEl51 Ford IUi imrk wKk cr 're t-mt ) outfit froe: Brows Hn 'h. closed in steel body ; apply at Red rrf ; rrs Nurseriiw. Rochreter. N. y. Pharwary. laStf j SOLICITORS Men and women sell do l-tndaMv tr. shrubs. ti, lor sh n. Lit." DOWNSTAIRS AT COLTON'S Weed Chains and Adjuster, i.. p R,tbes and Radiator L overs. P,,t f'reof r.oer Covers. Eve-ytHine for th ear. All Koad Lead to Coltona Stale Strret M.mUwiier. Veranont POULTRY AND EGCS ; ftuuFf irrt'V. Corn, ROOMS TO RENT $123 SPECIAL New 3 b. p. Engine f guaranteed fvr year). Xrw complete ( irrular Paw R!g. New 4 ply ISi iS. $125 MARSH ALLEX CO. N. E. Tel. lt. Crane Co. Tel. SAVE ALL THE KEAT STFA5I HEATED ROOM TO RENT - " and rmd water: ia outre at 1 fcpati!-: n. e .-111 . ! . Ki'hard.n I Bornfon Finr A not her rhipatnt in to-djy. , i MALE AND FEMALE II ELI POT E. rrSfiY. Owner. D. A. PERRT, Asctiweer, Bane, Tt M jrrr. TtriST- Earn .. f .'y. cr-r e-- r ai:- snss --Tii-.. ; w.-e K. J. f AkM. A.isen" A eat ta.Awnak ..:t. M AHMI ALUS CO. K. E. TeL 1. Oraac C TeL