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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, JANUARY -3, 1920.
'ABOUT THE STATE Pappeniags of Interest from Different Sections There is a possibility that a Iarfre dairy plant may be erected soon in Brattleboro, costing shu.uuu. .Fred Bohannon, an employe for five years of Senator C S. Page of Hyde Park, died Dec. 23 of lockjaw. He was only 36 yeara old. v Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Turner of Brattleboro quietly observed the 60th anniversary of their marriage const mas day at their home. V, T ft T- 1 J,. f 41.1. ner im -a- xxrayevruB, Bin vi u First Congregational church of Mew I port, has been cleeted president of the Associated Charities ot .Newport, suc ceeding Carroll Huntington. f : Rev. W. E. Bake!1, for six years pas 5 tor of the Congregational church in Morrisville, died recently in Ottawa, Canada, where he had been located lor . the past three years. E. J. Eegan of North Troy, N. Y., is ft patient at the Rutland hdspital', hav ing been injured when caught between two freight cara at Castleton. It is thought one lung was punctured. The repairs of the steamer Ticon deroga, resulting from the accident last August, have been completed and the . ship will be launched the first of neat week. It will also be the first boat back In commission next spring. . There were 145 fire alarms In Bur lington during 1919, but of these it was necessary to use water only 48 times. Forty-seven were bell alarms and the other 98 came 'over the telephone. I O. Mclvnight of Keene, N. H., a motor car inspector for the Boston and Maine railroad, died suddenly at the passen ger station at Wells River Tuesday, following a stroke of apoplexy. He was 52 years old, , The sugar card system that has been use dfor the past several months by the Bellows Falls sugar grocers to secure . as fair a distribution of sugar as pos sible, has been discontinued. The price of . sugar in that town varies from 11 cents to 25 cents. Another victim of ga poisoning died Dec. 31 in Burlington, Miss Mirilda Raymond, aged 13 years. Her mother, Mrs. George Raymond, was one of the other victims and was buried Christ mas day. 'The asphyxiation were caused bv a broken gas main Dec. 23 when many houses were filled with the deadly fume. There was not a single arrest in Jutland for intoxication during the month of December, and only one such arrest ha been made there in two months.' There were 133 arrests for all offenses during 1010, 55 of them for drunkenness, and 50 of - these were made before Aug. 1. The fire loss in Rutland for 1910 was less than $25,000. The department was called out 60 times but in only four instances were the firemen com pelled to use any considerable quan tity of water. About 75 per cent of the loss was in the Quinn building blaze in the business district in February. Not since June 1 has there been a fire of consequence. Wesley Dee of East Burke was sur prised to receive as a Christmas gift a check tor $25 from a man he never eaw but once. The automobile of the man, Elmer W. Van Brunt of South ampton, N. Y., became stalled in the mud in a pouring rain one day last fall near Mr. Dee's home. The latter as sisted him in getting the car out of the mire and invited the family into the house to wait, and the Christmas gift was the result. Fire seriously damaged the interior bf the David S. Persons house, built of brick, in East Putney Thursday night and destroyed the icehouse -which Frank Whitman had just completed back of the house. The wind was away from the barn, so) that building was saved, but it was necessary to protect the milk room with wet blankets to' pre vent the building from catching ire. The barn stable room was filled with stock. . ' SUES WILMINGTON MAN. Woman Seeks $3,000 for Alleged Ill Treatment. Brattleboro, Jan. 3. Mrs. Ella J. Sit terley of Wilmington has filed in the county clerk's office a suit tor damages of $3,000 afrainst Verne L. Adams of that town for alleged ill treatment, fche claims that he seized her by the It-f t hand and wrist and twisted them, injuring her muscles and nerves, and that he struck her with his fist. She claims that her earning capacity will never be what it was before. Sheriff Frank L. Wei I man arrested Mr. Adams, but released him on bail of (3.000, L A. Brown of Wilmington be coming surety for Adams' appearance in court. EYEBALLS BURNED. Brattleboro Man Injured When Molten Babbitt Wat Thrown into Face. Brattleboro, Jan. 3. While flouring molten babbitt into a mould on New Year's day, Frank Prewott, head me dian io at the factory of the Brattle boro Lumber enmpany, was burned badly about the eyes, an exploaion throwing some of the hot metal into bis face. The attending physician thinks the sight will not be destroyed, although the eyeballs were burnexl. At first Mr. I'reaeott wss unaMe to open his eyes, as the metal had ct-oled and it was necessary to rut away the eyelaohes srd rut "the eyelid apart. What caused the explosion is not known. Breeiy Bubbles. The "wets have it thirst. The banjo player's earnings seem to be easy picking. Seems o the crook is bent on going straight to the bad. The juvenile court is all right, but young fellows shouldn't po courting too early. It doen"t seen to take a very sharp hovel, these dsys, to d":jr up grounds for divorce. S.! of the deeenJsnt of the ear!y settlers seem to put off settling till at te as powaihie. The poet says he at ill has hi Sicen-. but hi Btea-ures d ) not seem to be d rnolatriy free. td sov, iM ymt for-ri-r iatoairating. Philalelnhia Rul. . If x i uflern. est sot ' ANNUAL MUSICAL CONVENTION Will Be Held in East Montpelier Jan IS and 16. The 22d annual niUHiVal convention will be held in the village hall, East Montpelier, Thursday and Friday, Jan. 15 and 18. fFor soloists, the following have been engaged: Conductor, C. F. Dudley, East Montpelier accompanist, Mrs. Howard Pike,' Montpelier! soprano, Mill l- 1 t. . .u.na Vfftlflll.-C-II uiriiaiun, iminuuij contralto, Mrs. F. H. Bellows, Richford; tenor, L. H. Baine, Montpelier; bari tone, Perley Pitkin, Montpelier; reciter, II. U. ilopkms, Montpelier. There will be five rehearsals, Thurs day at 11 a. m., 1:30 and 7 p, in.; Fri day at 10:30 a. m. and 1 :30 p. m. Mat inee Friday at 3 o'clock and closing concert at 8 o clock. (Supper will be served at 10:30 p. m.; followed by danc ing until 2 o'clock. ' Dudley's orchestra will furnish music. The principal work for the chorus win be "The Art-iking 's Daughter, "Cantata" by Oade, aolos by Miss.Le Baron, Mrs. Bellows and Mr. Pitkin. Entertainment will be under the aus- fiees of the East Montpelier grange, linner and supper will be served at the hall Thursday and Friday. Lodging and breakfast free to members of the chorus. Friday, a chicken-pie dinner will be served. Singers desiring lodging are requested to notify Mrs. L. W. Sibley of Mrs. Naum Kelton before Jan. 15. .CLAIM FUNDS MISUSED. Brattleboro Sewing Women Have Griev- ' a nee Brattleboro, Jan. 3. The sewing women of Brattleboro, to whom Thom as Thompson of Boston willed two thirds of the income of his million dollar estate, have filed in the supreme judicial court of Massachusetts at Bos ton a bill of particulars in connection with their petition to have Richards M. Bradley of Boston removed from office as a trustee of the estate. They re cently complained that the money was not being expended in accordance with the spirit of the will or the decrees ol the court, but that many needy sewing women entitled to aid, were refused it or were given inadequate amounts and were humiliated and made to feel that they were objects of charity. The court, on motion of the trustees, or dered that the particulars be filed and yesterday the order was complied with, nearly 70 names of women who, the attorneys- for the petitioners claim, have well founded grievances against the trustees, particularly Mr. Bradley, are included in the bill, together with specific details. It also is stated in the S . A . 1. I . A 1 I Dill xnai in me last uinuti report meu by the trustees in the probate court it appears that more than $8,000 of the items of money expended in Brattleboro J was expended, for objects outside ol Brattleboro. The petitioners hope to have a master appointed to take the testimony of all interested parties and report to the supreme court. LEG BROKEN BY FALLING TREE. Frank Cross of Waterbury Hat Wife and Six Children. Waterbury, Jan. 3. Frank Cross of Loomis hill was badly hurt while work ing in the.; woods for Nat-Sawyer on Jan. 1. Mr. Sawyer has take na lum ber job on the Charles C. Abbott farm in Duxbury and it was while cutting there that a tree fell, pinning Mr. Cross down to the ground and break ing his left leg. Charles Lawrence, who -was skidding logs nearby, ran to his assistance and then tried ineffectu ally to get several physicians, Dr. O'Neil of the hoapiUI finally responding to the emergency call. Mr. Gross was taken first to the Sawyer home and then to hi own home on Loomis hill, where he was, attended by another physician. He is 53 years old and has a wife and six children. COMES TO ROXBURY FOR REST. Trainmaster F. H. Merrill of Southern Dir., C. C. Ry, Retired from Position Brattleboro, .Ian. 2, Trainmaster Francis H. Merrill of the eoutbrrn divi sion of the C. V. tailroad, which em braces the line from White River Junc tion to New London, Conn., and in cludes the West River division from Brattleboro to South Londonderry, re tired from that position Jan. 1. He will go to his home in Rokbury for a rest of two months. He has held the position for five yearn. Before that he had a similar po-' sition six years for the Coxta Rica Northern railroad and for two years before that he was trainmaster fop the I'nited Fruit company in Cuba. He has railroaded in the West, in Mexi co, a'nd in South America. Employes of the southern division presented Mr. Merrill a gold watch and silk umbrella at a gathering in New London Monday and Mrs. Merrill a silk umbrella. ' Learn Shorthand. 5 Days Yon will be amated at the quickness with which you learn the wonderful K. I. Short hand. Thoroughly practical for aunographer or a sia to anybody' efficiency. Surpass ingly simple and easy borne study. In a few hour you'll know the whole system : then gain peed In taking down dictation, conversation. peecha, order, etc., Tst a a person talks. Free lessons will be mailed by King Institute. EA-R02. Station F. New York, N. Y. Just write for the FREE Lr.SSO.N8 and try them. Astonish every body with your ability and earn more mon ey. Show other this advertisement. Adv. "END YOUR RHEUMATISM Like I Did Mine" Sayi Putor Reed. Wife AUo Rid of Neuritis. - "I had auffered agony for year from rheu. mtim mi aeeoriated dsaoraera. and Mr. Rrtd wsi tortured with the dtmok neuritis almost beyond endurance We had read and takcd so much ahoui Trie Acid that air mind aremed poisontd. But the 'Inner Mjr tcrirs ot Khrtunatism' made it all clear to ua and now w are both free from the suffering snd mkwry w reiriured many year. I be Ihvc I was the hardest man in the world to crnvt-rtl Frr mw to dweard Uie eM 'I'rie Acid- t berry, and what I smw know to b absolutely false for the new. arientifte aderw r landing of tfte eaose and runs at rheuma itrm. wa like asking me to change vay re itgtmas beliefs I But I did ehange, and it was a fcrrnnata day tor me aad min ska 1 did - NOTE: "TVs Inner Mysteries of Rheo. mat ism rtfernrd to abova, by Pastor Kard. lava hare fact abcut Rhewmataim and it emted diordftrr ovcrkioked by oiortor and ri.tiet for renturm past and ssmid ' he ia the ksnds of every Ms wvanssshsll'l -- " L'm ha the (lightest rmptom of rheumstatm. oeuritss. lumssur or grsst. Any reader of this ,-pe who eds wirw an addres to H. P. Clearwatsr, IS t. stm-t. Halisrwr4. Msirte. mil rrorivo it by snail, postage paid Thai enHaa3oi asnl aairs fsrusl fnrad. Adv. 1,000-MILE BALLOON FLIGHT. From Lansing, Mich., Ended in Rut land, in Less Than 19 Hours. Rutland,,. Jan, 3. If figures can be believed, a hot air balloon sent out by government oflicials who are experi menting with air "currents, traveled from Lansing, Mich., to this city, an air line distance of over 1,000 miles, in lens than 10 hours. ' It has just become known that Ed ward, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ryan of Woodstock avenue, this city, saw a balloon, about the diameter of a wash tub, drop in a field near his home a few days ago and on investi gation found attached to it a card giv ing! the name of the department to which the apparatus belonged. There was , warning that a penalty of $300 was prescribed for destruction of the tag and a request was made that the name and address of the sender to- gether with the name of -the place. .1. . I .. j a 1 .i . a: where the balloon landed and the time it came to earth be furnished. ' The card showed that the balloon left Lansing Dec. 28 at 3:45 p. m. It landed in Rutland Dec. 20 at 0:15 a. m. The balloon evidently did not trav el in a direct route, as it came to Rut land from the southeast. NEW AMERICAN CfiEED Framed By Savings , Directors ef 12 Federal Districts. Because the successful solution of the economic and financial problem Of the coming year demands the concentrated effort of every American citizen, the savings division of the treasury de partment urged that each, adopt and live up to an individual financial creed and courtie of conduct. To obtain the views of the various parts of the country on this matter, the savings directors of the 12 federal reserve districts were asked to draw up such a creed and resolution. The following is complete summary of the suggestions: "I believe in the I'nited States of America. '' "' "My opportunity and hope depend upon her future. I believe that her stability and prog , rets. rest upon the illdlU!tI.y and thrift of her people, "Therefore, I will work hard and live simplj "I will spend less than I earn. "I will use my earnings with care. "I will save consistently. "I will invest thoughtfully. "To increase the financial strength of i,iy country and myself I will buy gov ernment securities. "I will hold above barter "the obliga tions my country thus incurs. "I will do these things to insure the greatness of America's future. "Only the most . determined efforts toward thrift, economy and saving and simple living," said . William Mather Lewis, director of the savings division, "will bring about a reduction in the high cost of living, the stabilization of national Industry and commerce, and the continuation of prosperous condi tions." If More Successful Men in business knew the fine type of serv ice guaranteed by monthly income life insurance, they would seek our office instead of having to be solicited. We ran quote plenty of the ablest men in the country, who know and secure tlie service sujereated. National Life Ins. Co. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt. PATENTS Write for Full Particulars and . -. . Term HIGHEST REFERENCES BEST RESULTS PROMPTNESS ASSURED WATSON E. COLEMAN ' Patent Lawyer I 624 F Street N.W Washington, D. C. -si Ladies'Handbags We have a good line of La dies' Handbags and Purses. All new and tip to date. Come in and loofc them over. Lee and Clara B. Shortt Marshfield, Vt. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER SURGEON DENTIST Howland Buildiie. Boom 1. 'Phone 91-W. Office Hours: to 12. 1 to $, and :S0 to t :! BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS ' HE At QUARTERS VTiR RElJABtF. PIANOS. PLAYER PtAKOS. VICYROLAS. FONORAS. RECORDS AND SHEET MUSIC , Leave your order here for Piano Tuning Telephone. M9-W. Barre, Vt DR. A. H. SMITH osteopathic pinrsiaAN 2t KEITH AVENUE Hoar : 10 to 12 a. m. ! t to p. m. Ctoaest vTsdneadar fteinuon and Satardaya FOR PROMPT MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE. CALL !t-W M. J. WHITCOMB EAST BARRE, VT. rsdertakar ad Licesssed Embahner Trlephone 4 17-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW-CP-TO-DATE EAST RIDING Cell from a distaste at reasonable rata A. W. BADGER & CO.. Barre The On!y Auto Ambulance In the Cfy TT T TT'WTQ Tl XTAPTTM OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN GnVe ra Rnova V K BaiVdia TeJephoo Coaaectioa OrnCE HOURS : 9 la to 12 aa. and 1 -.90 to A Mciroay. Taeoday. Tka?daya4 Fndat HARDWICK Annual W. R. C. Dinner Attended By 100 People. . The annual VV, R. C. dinner and in stallation of officers was held at the Memorial building Thursday. About 100 people, including members and their families, members of the Hard wick post of American Legion and other invited guests sat down at noon to a bountiful dinner. Following the din ner all adjourned to the rooms above i witness the installation of officers. Mrs. Nellie Bell acted as installing of ficer and she performed the work in a manner that allowed of no; criticism v hatever, having the! entire work learned word for word. The following officers were installed! President, Inez Ualentine; senior vice-president, Mrs. Luna Webber; junior vice-president, Mrs. Luceba George; treasurer, Mrs. Nellie Hanford; secretary, Mrs. Nellie Bell; guard, Mrs. Jessie Shattut-k; cdn r , i-,;., i . . . ductress, Mrs. Jennie Richardson; as sistant conductress, Mrs, Ellen James; aintant guard, Maude E. Pierce; pa triotic instructor, Mrs. Nellie Ranney; press correspondent, Mrs. Elizabeth fSlapp; musician, Mrs. Sarah Holton; color hearers, Mrs. Mary Hooker, Mrs. Belle La.Ioy, Mrs. Alice Crane and Mrs. Lena Trow. , Among other things on the program was a duet by the two little Hersey boys, and remarks were made by iX-gion members. All in all, it was a most enjoyable occasion, Mrs. Joe Roy of Morrisville vihited relatives in town a part of this week. W. M. Gallagher was home from his work in Burlington the latter part of this week. A .urgely attended clambake and men's supper occurred at the M. E. church looms Thursday evening, Jan. 1, under the auspices of the Urotherhood 1-ible class. . .ollowing program was carried out: Toastmaster, j. j. Smith; "Men and the church," W. A. Dutton; "How Bethany Church Appears to the Man on the Outside," Dr. K. M. Crane; "Church ixiyalty," Judge W. H. Tay lor; "A Closing Message," Dist. Kupt. K W. Hharpe. At the close of the ban quet t!ie quarterly conference was con ducted by the district superintendent. R. W. Jdcher has opened a new meat market in the vacant store in the Flat iron b-i',''' on Main street. Mrs. H. E. Gowen of Garden, Me., is in town, having been called here by the serious ellneaa of her husband, H. K. Gowne, who is a patient at the hos pital. Fred McAdams has given up the ex press business and this has been taken over bv W. M. Williams, the. team bt ing driven by John Williams. Mr. Florence McGuire and daughter, Miss Gladys, have been visiting in town the past week. Mrs. F. T. Carr was a recent guest Kemp's Balsam WiuStop that Couch 6UARANTEED H:iM;i.i:mi.-MH.wi New York to Liverpov. VAl'BAM Jmn. U CAKMAMA Jn. 2, March f New Yerk. Plymenth. Chert-surf at fiMihsmptsn MAURETAMA Jan. 28, March IS 1MPERATOR ..Fe. 2s . KAIHEKINB AUGL'STE VICTORIA Jaa. IT New Yark t Plyatsatn. Havre A Soathantptan ROYAL GEORGE Jaa. 21, Feb. 24 New Yerk t Plyaioath, Havre Londsa SAXON! A . Feb. T New Yerk. Lendonderry tk Glssgtw tl.lMIIIA......Jan. IS, Feb. I New Yerk te Triet-Pu-sr PANNOMA Jan. 2 FOREIGN DRAFTS MONEY ORDERS By Letter or Cable England, Ireland, Scotland, Italy, France, Portufal, Hol land, Belgium, Greece. Cunard Steamship Co., Ltd. VH State Street. Potto Or Local Agents ' FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING By the day or at home Call Miss Bedell 1 WASHINGTON STREET 'PHONE 121 PIANO TUNING There are some 1000 ditTaeans . th average piano. Each and every one ssf ; these part require attention regularly this tfmet of the year more so than ever. When i leaving order at Bailey' Missie Room, i pie -eeify j . B. ARTHUR REED Boat MS. Montpelier. Vt Mont Tel. 2i7 ; Res. ;-M Brr Tel. t 9-W HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S. ROWLAND BUILDING Specializinjr in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Pho Ia-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors to 1 . m . TWday. Wednesday. Prlday sad atnrdavr I :X0 to f. M"Tday. Wednes'tsr. Testv and Frdy! 2 to I p m.. Tuesday and Tharsday. Mieitiwier i Tweed 'v Tbarsdsv and Psrordv. 1 90 to 11 a. Mocday. Wedrwaday and Friday. 1 to ROOM' , CrURTE tn.K ftarr Tel. Nt PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FtHNISHINCS Hnspftal AsabulatMo inili Undertakers and Licensed Embalm ers Depot H Bare Tei coooertio. 4U-V of relatives In Washington county and hi Littleton, N. H. Guy iinapp of Berlin, N. H., has been a guest at the home of F. E. Foss and wife this week. 1 J irt!. -If . wiiimni ,i mis, recently reiuriieu lioin Kngland, where lie has been discharged from the Royal Flying corps, has been a guest of his brother, L. B. Tims, the past fe wdays. J The Fortnightly club meeting sched uled for Saturday eveuing, Jan, 3, has been postponed to Wednesday evening, Jen. 7, at the home of Mrs. 0. P. Ship man. A fine program has been ar ranged on -the' opera, "11 Trovatore," ui.d through the kindness of Mr. Fisher, victrola records for this opera have been obtained and a most enjoyable evening is anticipated. Each member is allowed to invite one. Mrs. C. H. W'ilmerson still remains J quite ill. The New Year ball held Wednesday evening, Dec. 31, atthe gym hall for the benefit of the Hardwick hospital, was a great success from every stand point. There were about itO couples present and they enjoyed the good mu sic rendered by the 'scout orchestra. Refreshments of ice cream and wafers were served. The hall was decorated in a most novel manure and had to be seen to be appreciated. The proceeds from the dance was $H0 and from sale of refreshments about $27, and while there was considerable expense at tached to the event it is expected that at least $(15 to $75 will be clear profit tc bc.,turned over to this worthy insti tution. DOS TONiMASS. A minute from surface or subway cars famed for comfort, convenience and court. Refurniahed. All the modern convenience in every room prompt service moderate prices. European plan, $1.00 a day up and the unique restaurant now on ol Boaton's show place, wher the choicest the market afford la served in quaint and beautiful lurounding to perfect music THt FAMOU S . ESTATE OK JAMES f.OW State of Vermont, Dtntrict of -Waehlnsrton, . The honorable probate court for the die- 1 rirt ftfnreeaift to all Demon 4mret4d in the estate of J a mm Got, late of the city of Barre. in said district, deceased. OKtei- INfit WHEREAS, said ourt has ined the 0th day of February net for examining and allfwin- the account of the execu trix of the entiitw of aid deceaaed and for a dre of the residue of taid estate to the lawful claimant of the lame, and ordered that public; notice thereof be (riven to all per- sons interested in said estate by publishing mis oruer wire wct iuit..,., to me oay aastgnea, in iw narre wm, Times, a newspaper published at the city of Barre, in said district j THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, In said diatrirt, on the day assigned, ti.en and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right a heirs, legatee and lawful elaimanta to said residue. Given undrr my hand, this 2d day of January. 1920. JsnS-10-17 FRANK 3. MARflN. Judge. ' "" , . ANNUAL MEETING, The annual meeting of the Granite Mutual Insurance Co. of Barre. VL. will be held at tba home office of said company, In the city of Barre, V'U, on Tuedy, January , 1920, at 10 o'clock a. ra-, for the purpose of elect ing directors for the year ensuing and the transaction of any other business which may properly come before said meeting. . R. U. KOMNSON, Secretary. 2S2U7 ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholder rf the Quarry Savings Bank ft Trust Co. will h held at the banking room of said bank in ! the city of Barre. Vermont, on Tuesday,, ! January 2o. m. at u :oo o dock .. ... for ! the eli-ction of director for the ensuing year land for the transaction of any other businn mm v ,i j j ,j i -- - C. M. W1LLEY, Scretary. Barre, Vt. Dec. Ti, 1919. 237t2 ANNUAL MEETING The stockholder of the Barre Ravings Bank A Trust Comiiany of Barre. Vermont, are hereby noli tied that their annual meeting for IK. drrtinn of director and the transaction cf any other busineas that may legally rome i before them will be held at their banking j room on Tuesday, the 13th day of January not, at to ociock a. m. MKY J. WRIGHT. Secretary. City of Barre, Vt. Dee. 22. 1919. 23SU7 ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of the People National Bank of Barre will be held at the banking rouma in the city of Barre. en Tuesday, Jan. IS, VJiO. at 1 ociock in the forennon. for the purpose of electing director for the yer ensuing and the transaction of any other business that may rroperly come before said meeting. T Dated at the city of Barre. Vt. December IS. 191- w c JOHNSON. Jr., Cashier. 22tl2 Aetna Insurance Sold Here J. W. Dillon, Agent Barre. Vt. Cylinder Pressmen Wanted Familiar with ordinary pam phlet and circular work. Also Operator of Dexter Book Folder. If you are experienced on printing machinery of any kind and desire Work, write or call on WELLS & RICHARDSON COMPANY. INC. Burlington, Vermont Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants, Lost and round. For Sale. To Let, etc. ahort adver- tfsetmnts at the rate of three linen for twenty-five centa for the first insertion and nve centa for each aubaequent insertion. FARMS FOR SALE rOR 8ALEHotel 40 rooma, .team, elec tric, iru: hot-cold water, city 87,000, Main St, capacity buainena in rooma 18,000 lost year, rooms onlyj can be doubled; will aell property and equipment, sacrifice 130,000 pert cash; sicknee present owner 14 years: addresa P. O. Bon 6, Taunton, Man, 24U FOR SALETh Pried" r!nn form In Chelata, t. ; 200 acres of good land in hinh, ...... . .u.u.oiiuu i Buimviy mviuea lmo xu- laite. pasture and woodland; 600 suitar ma plea, with uitarhouse and equipment com plete; good young fruit orchard just beuin ninir to bear: good buildings with never failing Water at houee and barn: will keep 0 head of stock and team) also about 20 head of stock, team and bogs, hay and full act of farming tools ; want to sell at once to settle estate; Everett F. Spear, Admr 2U A SPt.ENDID VALUE A 160-acre farm! will keep 20 head of cattle and team, cut 80 tone of hay, easy to carry on: a never-falling spring of water to barn and house: re quires no Ice in the milk room; creamery team rails for the milk ; 70 acre of lumber never boen cut, near a large aaw-mill. and Hi milt from R. R. station ,- easy to get the lumber off ; a augar orchard of 1,000 or more trees, fully equipped with tools, buck et, etc. ; large house and barn connected. In good condition, located 24 mile from Dan vi He villge; the farm. toek and tools, if taken at once, for t,000 ; for particulars in quire J. F. Cunningham, administrator, Dan. vii ib, VI.. or m. jsnaon, SI Merchant street, llarre, Vt. FARM F6RRALE-B6 acres 4mirfrom Barre City on East Hill : good pasture, rich meadow, barn, stable and small cottage; lot ? . w5!od and "ft lumber; to settle estate of tat C. A. Hciney, II. BOO buys, It; F. E. Per-V.l'-v, 'fnistrator, . 1 5 Onward street, tel. 81 7-V Barre. gsotf FOR THE NEXT" TW6WEEKSTam of fering seversj extra good bargains In real m j : "'''"h eonsfsta of well-Hmbered farms and also village property: W. H. Myers. Cut- er cottage. West Danville, Vt 4M FARM 7 aerrwlll keep Tci) cows tid team : enough lumber, pulp nd wood 'o pay for it; Mi mile to school, I tr.ile to church and good village : term reasonable or will xchange for small rottaire house; pair work horse weighing 1.800 lh. E. B. House. Barre. Vt. tel. 105-J. IStf A ift for the present and future a home which every member of the family will enjoy! Make this the year you throw off the rent yoke. START 1920 RIGHT! EXTRA SPECIAL MODERN HOUSE with large garden, only $2,878.00; this de sirable S-room houee has furnace, bath, set tubs, lights, and is back plastered, making it extra wsrnj ; nice porch ; a dandy and at the price of many poorly located and ehennlv few nvls fMm M . , 1 - i. . nouw : Joration is good I hu nlc :n h .-m . .. a... .J j,mn ro (OOK it over at once. MIGHT EXCHANGE FOB rrrv HRftK. I. ' nlvtK on main road to While River Junction: large colonial brirk house with onen flrentacea nma a fine cellar; beautifully situated: this house could not ba built to-day for $18,000.00; the large barn with win is elanhnarrimi and oainted and is a thoroughly well-constructed building: tie-uns for about SO head, beside pen ; a splendid stock barnf produced about k II I. -.. .LI. I J I . . . of rom : best of water; only a few minute' I walk from the new co-operative creamery : the faim is slocked and eauinoed with a fine j set of tnola. good team, etc. : mav we not I give full particular regarding this prop lerty,? FARM. STOCK and household furniture for only M.SOO.00: located about miles from Montpelier; 1S8 acre; quantity of wood : house ha recently been retained : 2 harnt : personal property consist of I cow. 1 l.ZOO-tb home. pr. harnessea. harrow, truck. 2-horse wgon. I -horse wagon, eaorea agon, rake, horse hoe, mowing machine, cider press, set sleds, buggy. M sn buck ets, quantity of hay; furniture consists of Usher piano, mahogany music rablnet. I mahogany chair, parlor suite, sewing ma chine, stove, heater, dinine.ronm fumiture. U burner oil stove and bedroom furnishings: all ia Included for t3,S00.00. I ' riiA . , Better see us at once und ar- ranee for thftt hoiYlP Thi. iai s. . UVme. 1 niS 13 the time to secure it. THE n A. PERRY PRAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Building, Barre, Vt GOOD FARMS Cheap for Quick Sale jno.V-LAPr.E FARM drooped on the market for onlck sale; large acreaeo. onH eouipmrnt of sto-k and sugar tools that von e-nct of i Hnd the nrice t esn be bouirht for: ther are !5 acres, about SO acre of tillage land. nd balance in vnvl naatnre snd woodland: a enod lot of f wood and large amount of hard wood, and snrar place emiipxil for trees in irood shape : a good 10-room house, plenty ef barn. silo. nd mHking tnschine: with a mA er-ulnrrent of toots to earrv on snrh farm : "I head of eattle: 14 rows. t y.yar-old heifera. 7 on-ver-old : 1 bul' : i horses, awine and noultrv; th's farm I aittrated on a rond main road, and eree-n h -sthered at door, and only KI4 mile from Barre City. if.0-M--A VILLAGE FARM of M aerm wih K0 errs in frrftl field wrwA rv rr ha Is no in pasture and woodland : building n first-less rc"d'toei, with l large niyWii j house, elr-tric liehhs, steam heat and "ink j closets : the main barn is a Is-ge, modern 1 tv,r- wh-ch eeiaisp, of rljo and some out j bulMIng. which makes It very eon-enient. hsving viiiave eccowimooetions. eoch as erearrerv and rsllroad station: we can aril this farm with tool at surprisingly low prire, for the owner ha other busineea. For fnrther information in re jrard to the above or any other property, inquire of J. J.iASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENT Howlnd Bldg, Brre TeL 7 Notice! All sizes of Tiston Rings in stock from 3-inch to 4i inch. Sizes to fit 'most any car used, also over-size rings up to 7 thousandths. Rings are right and the prices are right. A. M. FLANDERS (rACTOPiV CUISIT I J6COOtlLr sj HELP WANTED MALE IvvtlNTORs tiiiwxil ' srlllnir nruaniia ' tion of proven ability will accept money- J maker ; get them patented Unit through our attorney; William Bart, Tark building. Worcester, Mass. ioti- ""SIX" FIRST-CLASS STONECUTTERS wanted at once at the C. W. McMillan Gran ite Co. LA ROE MANUFACTURER wants repre sentatives to sell shirta, underwear, hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts, direct to in ; write for free samples ; Madison Mill, 80S Broad way, New York City. WANTED BETWEEN JANUARY 6TH AND 19TH. 200 GOOD, CLEAN APLE BODIED MEN FROM 21 TO 45 YEARS OF AGE ON A GENERAL LINE OK FACTORY WORK ; MEN WITH EXPERIENCE OPER ATING MACHINES PREFERRED, BUT NOT ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY; 150 NEW RENTS WITH MODERN IMPROVE MENTS ARE NOW READY: THIS IS A 48-HOUR SHOP WITH TIME AND ONE HAL? FOR OVERTIME ; FACTORY OPER ATES 55-69 HOURS PER WEEK ; NO LA BOR TROUBLE; UNLESS YOU ARE SEEKING STEADY EMPLOYMENT, DO NOT APPLY: INFORMATION FOR THF ASKING; NEW DEPARTURE MFG. CO., EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. BRISTOL, CONN. 239H2 WANTED Fifteraniter quanmen ; all winter job; surface qusrry: 4Sc an hour mh-imum, 8-hour day : E. R. Fletcher, Wood bury, Vt , ?5t BOYS WANTED tosell vanilla "after school: send fl for 8 bottle that retail fa 2 Re each ; send for free samnlc bottle: Wakefield Extract Co.. Banborntflle, N. H.. 1043-J. ?23j2 7WANTTBD Laborer snd"earpehteT. rood py, Icng ioh, board and room on premises: Walter E. Dix, Springfield. Vt ? WANTED A" flmtilasa letter cutter) pre fer man who cn lay out his own work: union sh-p ; guaranteed steady workethe year 'round: good wages; write to E. F. Nickol. Versailles. Ohio. 140tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Five bright, callable ladies to travel, demonstrate and sell dealer ; 125 to S50 per week : railroad fare paid ; write at ence; Goodrich Drug Co., Dept 1030, Omaha, Nebr. Jan3-10-17-26t4 " WANTED Girl or woman for j-enersJ housework: Mrs. M. W. Wheelock, 85 Loomis treet Montpelier. 243tf WANTED Women or girl for general housework ; call at 90 Prospect stieet or tel. 781-M. 243t6 '" EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS ARE WANTED AT ONCE for registration in our employment department : the Montpelier Business School. Odd Fellows building, tele phone S17-M Montpelier. 243t4 WANTED-Canable girl for kitchen work at Kellogg Boardinghouse. Montpelier. 248tf WANTED AT ONCE-A girl or middle- aged woman for general housework ; inquire at 10 South Main street, Barre. 242tf WANTED AT ONCE A girl for "ieneral housework : no cooking or washing and iron ing; call at 4 East State street tel. 133. Mrs. Bruce Mc.Donald. Montpelier. Z43t4 V Zir." . iu training; apply by letter; Lamoille Valley Creamery Association. East Hardwick. Vt. 241tS WANTED Middle-aged woman for gen eral housework : small family, good wages and steady work; E. R, Fletcher, Woodbury. Vt 234t2 LOST AND FOUND " FOUND Black and tan hound : collar Itaa no name; owner ran have same by proving property and paying charges : Herbert Emer son. Williametown, Vt tGtt LOST Wednesday afternoon on Main stmt small gray handbag containing money and sugar card : finder pirate notify address cn sugar card by telephone; liberal reward 246t2 LOST During the Christma holiday. prasibly In Montpelier or Barre, or on the train from Wooisville. N. H., into Montpel. ier on the afternoon of Dee. 24. a gold locket and chain, monogram "E. D. W." . finder ptce brave at thi office and receive re ward, cr 'phone Montpelier B57-X. S!4Bt4'tl FOUND Foi hound Dee. 26; owner ran have same by proving property and paying all charges: E. u. Somerville, Waitsfield, Vt. 24tS LOST- Dec. 2", between Quarry Saving Bank and Deiwt square, a pair of gentle man's fnr.lined glore; finder plae bring to The Time office. 45ts LOST Two black and tan hounds in vicin itv of Gmton. Dee. 23 ; collar with name of "Frank Masi" : finder pleaae notify Frank Masi, 17 Fortney place, Barre. NTtS LOST A mal) Fitch muff, aupnosedlr left In registry department of poatofnee; finder kindly call Mr. C. J. Pilkbury, tel. SU-M. ?S7tf HOUSES TO RENT SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT AH mod em convenineca: 84 Merchnt treet. S46tf FOR RENT Deirble tenement "of S rooms, electric lights and bath : apply at 4 Long street. 246tf TO RENT At 1 1 Brook street. rooma. entinly arparato: hath, set tubs and hot wa ter, gsa and electric light ; a good place to keep hr niers or roomer: Alex. MrHnfrle, trL 5i-M: E. L. Smith, tel. il-Y. 17 West treet. ,245,f TO RENT A i-room tenement at 400 North Main street; inquire at HO North Main treet. S44tf COTTACK HOUSE TO RENT On Vine tMl Arm H.A.IL frmm BnnfV to G. I,. Woodworth. Eastman block, Barra. fMtf TO RENT We have t or tenement to rent; I on Circle street, 1 on BrooK treet : call at our oc for full particular and orlrea; McAllister Kent. . W7tf " TO RENT Six-room tenement at 447 No. Main street; modern imnrovement i Inouire of Psul Kingston. tel.v&-l. 0J,f JACKSON BLOCK Fsc" rent front basement room, neatly finished: apply room No. t. 14tf WANTED TO BUY WANTED- To buy all kind of household furniture, bedding, stoves, carpets, etc., also old rags, magazines, ruhber and bag : tel. 719-R or write Abram Fine, 4 Maple ave. X4f,t2S " W ANTED to buy ettiw at bant ; te!" -M. M7tf RAW- FURS WANTED "Hiirhest cash price paid for all kinds of fur; have a few (rood second-hand eoonskin crote for sale; will also buy anything In that line: C. L. Silver, fur dealer. PlsinfivJd. Vt S17tf " WANTED TO "RIIY Second-hand fumW rnre. tools and stoves : inouire O. Smith. tT No-lh Main street, tel. 72-M. :2t20 MALE AND FEMALE HELP WOMEN or man wanted, salary 124 full time. Sr -an hour spare time, selling vjaran-ter-i hosiery to wearer: experience unneces sary; International Mills, Norristown. P. - I4tl ! TJ. 8. GOVERNMENT want hundrwl-i Mailway mail clerks: bgin tic's' salrry $1.8(10 ' rrir: m-n-wcmen. 18 uo : list position free; 'ri'c to-dfiy: Franklin Institute, Dept. 494Y. n i . xi V r,v .v-,. ,.zi::l"- 1 - .lllin. oae.-le a. t.ll. ! " Tw.iT Ik. thV ivT, ..A : mcnufactunng conditions the best and waaea good: we hve several house to, rent at modr-ate rate to fsmihe msk.n a splendid ot-pnrtunity for a deairhl home in a sml. hra'thful town, where the school re good : esk for further Informatics the H. K. H. Piik Co, Watertown. Conn. 4.tlS "HELP WANTED Young men and wmn to tse pn.i-on. as attrndanta at the Ver mont S-ate Hospital for the Insane at Wat. bury ; to those whj oWire. an opportunity o"- frrrd to a'leait rarsea trir,-.ig course: ap ply at hospital. Waterbury. Vt. SALESMEN WANTED OI R PROTIXTED ARTICLE, inclusively ' nslHi ard conlr -isi-d by . vlrsr upv-srd ef i4ji prr day fir sahsovea : most vasrntisl: lenr.i iticv, r.t crtated dnd : large trm' ' Kj to as - iiw 1 able to handle en: tide- ', l.ne (f full-lira : if yo cann-4 ell :his , tl.cjlly yoo will fail sri in lfc ,reer.a n a sinking ship; t,timtr ro-ot rat Hn . VTlT T FOR SALE - KNITTINfJ Y ARM tnr -ul .11,., e,. manufacturer at $2.25 a pound; made of Maine Hence wool and thoroughly scoured: also a great bargain in gray at 11.50; write jor nempies; , a. bartlctt. Harmony, Me. FOR SALENice, dry "hard wood ;" tel. 6-M Barre. 243tf SLIDE TROMBONE" FOR SALE Alrnoe new ; tel. Bli-W, Jj44t8 FOR" SALE Five-wks-oldp7g's ; also" a cheap hone, a good worker; W. A. Withnm. Shepard Farm. 243t " FOR flALEEarlyut'ha hy7 jCCsrlii ton, 21 Highland avenue, 'phone 441-M. 238tf FOR SALE 1919 Buick Six in good Vondl tion : also nir compressor, can run 20 men and 2 surfacers. with guarantee t for Infor mation write Barre. Vt Box 847. 235tl2 FOR RALE Seventeen small thoats : D. V. Town, Plainfield, Vt. 28?tf " FOR SALE A"WoodTaleTrJaine7"Slli van, 1)4 Psrk street. Barre. 225tf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FORArRegisterifelfUIn buti'csTf : good breeding; more white than blk : nlao 2 good shouts ; Neal B. Smith, William. town, Vt. v Orange Co. and N. E. JTel. 242t "FOft SALE S.-verBl registered Guernsey bulls from 1 to 14 mo, old: my cattle wer tested by the government last spring: ell found free from bovine tuberculosa : I vould like to dispose of them soon, at nrirea from 825 to $S0 ; If this should .interest you, rome and see them or 'phone 281-W; I. W. Bates. Et Barre, Vt 24HS FOR SALE Twenty grade cows, due o freshen at once: tuberculin tested; John R. ' Benjamin, Barre, tel. 105-R. 2S5tf HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE At once, horse, ilehrh and wagon, everything comolete: inouire of C. D. Palmer, Graniteviile, Vt People's "phone H-l- a 24t3 FORSAi.E-A ' kind." elean-limbed "young" mare, weighing about 1.300 lbs. : an ideal block for someone looking for a horse put to gether to stay: will be sold at bargain, as I have nothing for her to do? H. E. Mile. Fairmont Farm. E. Montpelier, Vt; N. E. tel. SH2-2. g45tf FOR "SALE Pair of gray horses, age 's and 6 : weigh better than 2,800 Iba. to be sold because of owner's poor health : inouire of Walter Smith, R. D. 4. Barre. tel. 427-M. 244tlS JANUARY FIRST SPECIALS Look them over and come quick t NEW SLEIGH J3S.K0 1 NEW COMFORT SLEIGH 48.50 1 NEARLY NEW WALTER A. WOOD FEARLESS SPREADER 185.00 1 NEARLY NEW CIRCULAR SAW, eomrlete with blade 81.00 1 PAIR OF 1-HORSE SLEDS, sec ond hand . . , 10 00 1 ONE-HORSE FARM WAGON, used a Uttle 65.00 1 NEW INTERNATIONAL CREAM SEPARATOR en.on 1 S.HP. KE0.ENF EVf-TNE (used! M.n 1 NEW 1J.'..H. P. F.N1TNE 1 NEW S-H. P. ENGINE 1 NFW A-H. P KvrjjNE t Ol'AKER RANGE 1 STFWAPT COAL HETFR .. 1 CLENWOOD WOOD HEATER ISO o "S oa ts ."O.nfl MARSH-ALLEN CO. , N. E. TepDhone J40 Orange Co T- Here's Something Good NEW SPRING SLETGH $65 .0' All ready to hitch to. VEHICLE SUPPLY CO. W. n. rnT.TON, Mr" 84 STATE STREET MONTPELT'' WANTED STORAfiE SPACE WANTED Would V -to hire torea'ft room for 8 months in stoh--shrd 'straight shed prefcrredi, to store 1 e 2 carloads of finished monumental work; f rply to adv.. stt storage term ; reolv j- "Storage." cara Times. 245tS WANTEri Position by experienced mar to look after compressor s"d fire boiler- addrrs "Enirine-r.Timea office. 244t "WANTED Man nd"wife, both workin". desire hoard in private familv where wo cn look after 4-year-o1d child during sv telerohone 273-W1j 24513 WANTED Three or four furnished rooms for light housekeeping in Barre or Mont"-'-Ict; address P. OLBoxJ22. Barre. 245t3 WANTED AH kind of carpenter wo'k neatlv and promptly done: 3. A. Field, lf Washington street: telephone 81S-W. ?Stf "WANTED Team to draw log in Waah-, Inirton : ali-o men to work in wood and mill ; nnlv to F. E. Downing. 22 CM" street. Barre. tel. 144-W. 22tf DEER SKINS WANTED We hsv a ,ne ial outlet for. all good pelt : also beef hiriea and calfskins: E. H. Slay ton. agent, 16 Lib erty street Barre: tel. S19-R. 22tf , WANTED BASSW00D LUMBER Write for prices H. C. AVhite Company North Bennington Vt. Wanted at Once No. 1 Maple, either in the log or sawed 12 and 13V inches long. Anyone interested and able to deliver to railroad at a good price will do well to write to Waterbury Last Block Co., Waterbury, Vt. UM AGENTS WANTED AGENT8 Biggeet money-maker in 10 yeara ; an order at out of every 10 home with our advertising offer of a t2.o0 alumi num tea pot 1 REE : 0 per cent of our agent are making over II an hour; Albert Ahbt made 153.42 first 4 day; Watson earns t?.90 an hour; Mrs. Burk. a new beginner, earns IS an hour first day: Fred Ecclea making 14 an hour: writ immediately be fore your territory is taken ; no rapitat r. . quired; pry starts at onrr: write to-drv sure; 1 IKE-TIME ALUMINUM COMPANY. llt. NTS. Boston. Mas. Decl-0-r;jan . " AGENTS 14 an hour for your snare time ; write for canvasser's outfit, rontainin" la sample of guaranteed line of pure fnod flavors, perfumes, wops, toilet preparation', etc. : sell in every home : big repeater ' tcady income: send for sample ease to-d.n-r light weight : Wsutiful appearance : Aisep can Prcduct Co., K37 American buldi- Cincinnati. Ohio. I4t! FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT - furmshed ROOM TO RENT At -45tf wtirva,. TO RENT-Two furnished room.; inquire at 4 learl atrert. FURNI5HED ROOM TO RENT Modern ronvcniracns inquire at 17 ChUrch street. !4Ci:f FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT At II Liberty street, steam heat aad electric light. tiiltf MISCELLANEOUS ANYONE I'ESIRINC. MAN WITH HORf"" IMf i to work by the rfsy. hauling s.hsa or gsi bare or eieamn vi arvwird. call oa E. D- tell. Sr.,-h Mcin street, or telephone i -lag. 4J-W. ' SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATON We are now vrody ta orrve bnth cid ltd Ktm rutorre-a srtib a hch grade of Jewelry Iv, pa.r wrrk gairan'.erd. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler -4 ELM STREET ooix auu.t res boto:. asojucan