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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRK, VT., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest , from Different Sections. The patrol system is to be tried out : next summer on the Burlington streets, VERMONT'S INDUSTRIAL BEEHIVE The Burlington Baptist church, at its annual meeting this week, voted to in crease the salary of its pastor, Rev. .1. S. Braker, to $2,500, a raise of $400 'over his former salary. j John C. Coolklge of Plymouth was jin Bstonto attend the inauguration of his son, Calvin D. Coolidge, as gov ernor of Massachusetts. Colonel Cool idge is president of the Windsor coun-, ty Coolidge club. 'Luke'' Levering of Xewport took a teaspoonful of iodine Wednesday, thinking he was taking a cough medi cine, as the two bottles stood side by side. Immediate attendance by a physi e:ian saved him from serious results. - - ' ' Xearly 50 teachers met in- the Brat .tleboro high school building Thurs day and orgauized the Brattleboro Teachers' association, having for its ob ject professional, social and economic improvement. Principal Julius F. War ren was elected president; Miss Nellie nn, vice-president; Miss Mary Crok er, secretary; Miss Bethania Tucker, .treasurer; and Miss Florence Wellman, chairman of the executive committee. Plans are under way for a great change in surroundings on the top' of Mount Mansfield the coming .season The hotel property is to be remodelled and to go under the name of Mount Mansfield hotel, instead of the Summit house Xew furniture is to be installed and a hotel company has been or ganized, with Max L. Powell of Tur lington as president; vice-president, H. K. Shaw of Stowe; clerk and. treasur er, M. C. Lovejoy of Stows; other di rectors, 0. C. Burt and Harold Mc- Mahon. The road up the mountain is to be improved, the grade lessened and the surface placed in good condition for automobile traffic. The new hotel company has purchased the cottage ad joining the hotel, 20 acres of land in (lie vicinity and two and one half miles of road leading up to the hotel. DEATH OF A. C. HUMPHREY. Represented Underhill in Legislature and Held Many Town Offices- Underhill, Jan. 10. A. C. Humphrey died suddenly nt. his home here Jan. 6 of heart disease. He was for many years town clerk of Underhill and rep resented the town in the legislature. He had also held the office of selectman Ji s well as various other town offices. ) Mr. Humphrey ..was a veteran of the Civil war, serving in the 1st Vermont regiment, Co. Q, for three years and ilii-ee months. At the time of his death ip was commander of L. H. Bostwick jinsl, O. A. It., and was also a member f the Masonic order. ' . ," A Write-Up of Barre Appeared in a Trade Paper. ' The following article on Barre ap peared iii the "Plymouth Products," a bouse organ of the Plymouth Cordage company: ' "Barre is Vermont's '.'industrial bee hive. It is a, comfortable little manu facturing city in the heart -of the Green mountains, and regardless of what the future holds in store, Its destiny is per manently linked with the granite in dustry which has made of Barre the granite center of the world. "The quarrying of Barre granite had its small beginning back in 180'i, when the first rough stone uncovered was used for underpinning, doorsteps, and fence posts. Previously the Indians, in their crude way, had fashioned arrow heads, hammers, spear heads, and axes from Barre granite. Cut Barre granite was used for public buildings in Ver mont as early as 18.10, and in 1837 the state capitol, jthen described as the finest state building in the union, was completed. "Monumental granite is also found In large deposits at Barre, and be cause of its enduring qualities is known as the' 'Sock Everlasting.' The memory of Ethan Allen, famous leader of the Green Mountain Boys, is perpetuated by a herculean monument at Montpel ier, the pedestal xf which is made of Barre granite. -, - "A new era in the granite industry began with the extension ti the Cen tral Vermont railroad from Montpelier to Barre in 1875, for with the railroad came prosperity. New quarries were opened and additional stone sheds were built, In losu tne- uarre at vneisea railroad was constructed, since when it has served as the main stay between the city and quarries." "" ' " Quaker Quips. j You never can tell. It's easy enough to put up a bluff, but faith will move mountains. The winds may be tempered to tlrfi shorn lamb, but the naked truth isn't! always so fortunate. The fellow who is known as a dia mond in the rough may develop into a pretty smooth customer. , Love is blind. Many a fellow asks for a girl's hand without even knowing what size glove she wears. ' Don't bury your talent in a napkin. The people who are most accomplished don't always accomplish the most. The people who get to the front nev er think to sit down and give the rest of us a chance to see over their heads. You can't have too much of a good thing; still, we sometimes wish the fellow who knows it all would forget some of it. Philadelphia Record. VERMONT FINANCIAL STATEMENT For the Month of November Shows. $1,002,138.56 Cash on Hand. The following is the financial state ment of the state of Vermont for the month pf November: i Receipts for the Motith. Administration of justice, (City & Mun. courts).. (County clerkB) (Judges of probate) . . . . Agriculture and forestry. Boards of examiners, etc.. Consolidated school fund. Federal highway projects. Fish and game Highways Highway maintenance fund Insane a . Insurance commissioner.; Interest . . ,f. .......... . Military : Military special . .' Partnership fees Penal and reformatory... Permanent school fund (principal) Schools of, agriculture. . . . School for feeble-minded. Secretary of state ....... Sergeant-at-arms Soldiers' home State library Sundry receipts .' Taxes. Charter fees Collateral inheritance ... Corporation Direct inheritance ...... Foreign corporation foes.. License State highway State school State tax (direct) . , $3,880.00 1,702.11 11.114.IX) 13,841.4(1 1108.87 2.202.50 13,503.54 ' 6,500.14 1,172.50 2,384.14 5,327.50 407.00 1,333.38 10.00 5.33 ' '.13.00 3,200.21 14,080.00 . 0,244.40 30.50 1.277.45 28.15 1.050.01) 112.15 10,148.71 340.00 7.157.40 17.730.82 134.47 45.00 215.00 10.803.41 21,600.83 709,764.58 Explained, t. She was weeping bitter tears into her afternoon tea. "Oh, my dear!'' she said to her only friend. "I don't know what I shall do. Ted nnd I have only been married six months, yet he spends every evening at his club.'' "Well, don't worry, darling," said the other. "Perry is just the same. But I shall never scold him again for spend ing so much time at his club." "Why not ?" . "Well, last night a burglar got into the house and my husband knocked him senseless, with a poker. I've hoard sev eral men speak if him as a poker ex pert. He has evidently been practicing at the club for just such an emergency." Dallas News. , ESTATE OF JAMES GOW No Centipede. ' ' An official who was5 making up an assessment roll because of some recent street improvements called at each house on the improved streets to learn the names of the property owners. At one house he climbed out of his car, went to the door and knocked. . "Who owns thh property t" he asked. "Why, I do," the woman answered. The official got her name and put it down in his book. Then he took a squint at the size of the lot. "How many feet?" he asked. "Two, of course," the. woman snapped, won dering whether he thought she was a centipede. Philadelphia Star. State of Vermont.JDiitrict of Washington, s. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforernid. to all parsons interested in the estate of James Gow, late of the city of Barre, in (aid district, deceased, GREET ING : WHEREAS, said court has assigned the 9th day of February next for examining and allowing the account of the execu trijc of the estate, of said deceased and for dteree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all per sons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, fn the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at the eity of Barre, In said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day assigned, tl en and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under mv hand, (his Sd dav of January, 1920.' , FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. I Jan3-10-17 Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants, Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let, etc. short adver tisementsat the rate of three lines for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. for farm Times. YOUR CHILDREN NEED LAXATIVE! Vermont state loan of 1911) Vermont teachers' retire ment system . . . $767,803.51 158,7007 35,23.5.31 Total receipts ........ $1,000.8.) 1.08 Cash yi hand Nov. 1, 1919 1,472,451.01 $10,000 SLANDER CASE , Boston Lumber Dealer Sues Rutland! ;'' ;' Dealer. V. ' -' ; . -j Rutland, Jan. 10. A. II. Rice, a lum- j her dealer of Boston, has filed here a I SMO.000 suit against K. F. Dow of Mt. j Holly, another lumber dealer. : f Rice alleges that be was a person of! good name and reputation, but that on Oct. U,1 1910, the defendant, Dow, at j t'astleton, slandered him in the pres- j ence of several other persons. I Dow has filed a $10,000 bond for his ' appearance at the March term of the Rutland county court. As True as You Live, ss long as you live, an Annuity will pay you a definite income annually, semi-annually, quarterly or monthly, tireat service Care free. Full infor mation on request. Xstional Life Ins. t'o. (Mutual.) 8. H. Ballard, general sgent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt. New York to Liverpool VAUBAN Jan. CARMAN! A..... Jan. It, Msrrk New York, Plymouth. Cherbesrf Jb Southampton IMPER ATOR Feb. iS. Apr. I.May I KAISFRINE AUGUSTS VICTORIA .: .......Jan. IT MAC RET AM A Jan. 38, March It New fork U Plymouth, Bavra A Southampton , ROYAL GEORGE Jan. 4. Feb. 14 New York te Plymouth. Havre " London SAXONIA ., Feb. T New York. Londonderry Glasgaw COLUMBIA Feb. f, March New Yark to Pairs s, Dubrovnle, Trieste PAN NOMA Jan. IS New York to Palermo, Naples ITALIA Jan. II FOREIGN DRAFTS MONEY ORDERS By Latter or Cable England, Ireland, Scotland, Italy, France, Portugal, Hol land, Belgium, Greece. , Cunard Steamship Co., Ltd. V2t State Street, Boated Or Local Areata t $2,342,303.89 Disbursements for the Month. Auditor's orders paid dur ing the month ....... . $244.44 Auditor's warrants issued : and checks drawn cover- 030,920.89 1,002,138.5 ing same Cash on hand Xov.30,1919 $2,542,303.89 The children need your closest Attention, especially after " stuffing; " themselves with sweets, etc., at a party or the like I They are liable to get up in the morning complaining of cramps, bad tasting mouth; liable to have puffed eye from restless slum ber; feel tired and cranky; distempered and whimpering-. Act promptly. Give them a dose of Dr. True's Elixir, the Family Laxa tive and Worm Expellee) which millions of mothers were given by their parents, and who themselves arc administering to-day, to their little ones. Only the purest of herbs are used - no harmful drugs will relieve pleasantly the ordinary cases of children's illness, consti pation worms, ate. Symptoms of worms : Constipation, de ranged stomach, swollen upper lip, sour stomach, offensive breath, hard and full belly, with occasional gripinga and pains about the navel, pale face of leaden tint, yce heavy and dull, twitching eyelids, itching of the nose. Itching of the rectum. short dry cough, (rinding of the teeth, little red points sticking out en the ton rue, start ing during sleep, slow fever. Mrs. Wm. G. Bonin of Caddo. Oklahoma, wrote regarding Dr. True's Elixir: "We have used U for our children for the last twelve years, and certainly know tha value of it." Three sites. AT YOUR DEALER'S. Adv. Warning for City Meeting k To Be Held January to, igio ' The legal voters of the city of Barre, Vermont, are hereby -warned and noti-1 horses weighing 2,800 lbs. ; E, fled to meet in the city hall, city of Barre, Vermont, on Tuesday, January 20, 1020, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., to trans act the following business: ,i First: To elect a moderator to pre side at said meeting. rseeond: To tee if the city will vote to raise money by taxation or other wise so that the request of the teachers for an increase of $300 each in their salary may be granted. Third: To do any other proper business,- '.,-'' Dated at the city of Barre, this 7th day of January, 1920. ' K. C GL.YSSO.V, Mayor. Jan8-l0-lt - , WANTED GIRLS. AND WOMEN To work in our factory making children's under wear. Light, easy work, good wages guaranteed. Experience not necessary. Unexperienced hands paid good wages while learn ' ing: -. -v XI- -,f' Nine-hour day with half -holiday Saturday year around. - Bonus paid at end of each week. Apply to Richmond Underwear Company Richmond, Vermont WANTED Lake, Shore Properly Mountain or Hillside Cottage Sites Small Farms Country Homes Summer Camp Sites Do you want to sell lots on the shore of a lake or pond, or acces sible sites on the slope of a hill or mountain, affording a good vie, and suitable fur the location of cottages or bungalows? Do you wih to sell small farms or abandoned farms, that are suitable for summer homes! Do you wish to dispose of property suitable for a country place for persons of wealth! Do you wish to place in the market land suitable for summer camps or colonies!' .ny Vermont property included in the classes mentioned may be advertised free of charge io a booklet soon to be issued by the Stale Publicity Bureau. The blanks needed, together with direc tions, may be obtained by addressing STATE rUBLICITV BUREAU, 'Secretary of State's tJITice. Montpelier, Vt. NOTICE TO GRANITE'MANUFACTURERS AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920, 2 P. M. PROPERTY OF THE WEST SECOND ST. TOOL SHARP ENING CO. OF WEST SECOND ST., BARRE, VT. y This property consists of 1 class A Pirie tool sharpening machine,, with the necessary equipment, and the building which it now occupies. Said building is 20 ft. x 40 ft., 12-ft. posted and square pitched, shingled roof. Everything is in first-class shape and may be inspected at any time. Sale of the above-named property will be made to the highest bidder, subject to approval by the court. ERIC E. PIRIE. Receiver for West Second St. Tool Sharpening Co. A Bargain 13 NewCortland Cart & Carriage Co.V SLEIGHS Also a nice lot of Cortland Cart & Carriage Co.'s used Sleighs, nearly new, nicely painted and in first-class re pair. One 14-Passenger Sleigh equipped with brakes, one 3-Seated Sleigh nearly new, 1 Two-Seated Surrey Spring Sleigh, 1 Two-Seated Piano-Box Sleigh. Come in and let us show you these goods. Cutler Bros. ' 'Phone 160 Rear Hotel Barre ""professional card . - -- " " -- - I Stock at Auction ! To raise money tw meet some obliga tions, the undersigned will sell at 'auc tion to the highest bidder, on the prem ise where I now live, known .as the fieorge Wheaton farm, on the'Kast Hill, about 2 miles from Barre City on the road to Culler Corner, the follow ing described stock s ' . . 39 Head of Tuberculin listed Cattle TEN MILCH COWS all young, not. a cow in the lot more than 10 years old; 8 two-year-old heif ers and 3-year-olds due to freshen soon; yearling heifer, registered year ling Ouernsey bull, 10 calves from 4 to 8 months old. These cowv are grad Holstein and Jersey, and all in niee condition. Ten Shropshire sheep and 15 shoats. Also a quantity of early- cut hsy, 30 to 40 tons of ensilage. One set farm trucks, with hay rack, express wagon, spring tootli harrow, disc harrow. '' ' ! Terms at time of. sale. Lunch at! noon. Jtve sale will take place on THURSDAY, JAN. 15 ,,. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon. PHIt BATCHELDER, Owner, 0. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. FARMS FOR SALE NINE-ROOM HOUSE foFwiUTor exchange address "D. V. T," care of suite A SPLENDID VALUE A fS0.Mrrfrm I will keep 20 head of tattle and teem, cut 80 tons at hay, easy to carry on ; a never-fall- j Ing spring of water to barn and bouse; re- uuirn no ice in the muk room; ereamery team calls for the milk; 70 acres of lumber never been cut. near a large saw-mill, and Hi mllm from R. R. station ; easy to get the lumber off ; a suirsr orchard of 1,000 or more trees, fully equipped with tools, -buckets, etc. ; large house and barns connected, in good condition, located Hi miles from Dan ville village; the farm, stock and tools, tf taken at once, for 99,000 ; for particulars In quire J. f. Cunningham, administrator, Dan. villa, Vt., or M. Nelson, 81 Merchant etrw. Barre. Vt. 242US FOR THE tt&TfWOWEMki Tin offer ing several extra good bargains in real estate, which consists of well-timbered farms and also village property ; W. H. Myers. Cur. r1"! c?f JWes Danville, Vt. . 49tf i'ARM 197 acres, will kwip 20 cows and team ; enough lumber, pulp and wood to pay for it; mile to school. 8 mllm ta church artd good Tillage: terms reasonable or will ex change lor small cottage house; pair work nouse. 18tf HELP WANTED MALE BARRE RAILWAY MAIL CLERK EXAMI NATIONS coming; btginncrs iret $1,300 year ; many needed ; common education suf ficient; sample quostiens free; write imme diately: Franklin Institute, Dept. 4B3A, Rochester, N. Y. JanlO-17-24-81Feb1 livery stable ; WANTED Mm to apply at Hopkins' Barre, Vt., tel. 106-J. PROSPERITY FOR THE FARMER! work in Stable, Prospect iitreet. LARGE MANUiCTURER"Vanto-'repr sentatives to sell shirts, underwear, hosiery, dresses, naists, skirts, direct to home: write for free samples; Madison Mills, fiOS Broad way, New YorkjCity. MAN WANTED TO RUN SURFACE CUT TER J.C. Robertson. mm WANTED, TEAMSTERS For woods and main road; til. 60 per day, with 60c bonus ; ?rfi Mimntnin Lumber Co., Middlesex, Vt, 'phone129-4 Montpelier. 25118 FARM HAND WANTED-Would like mar ried man o live in our family,: could get along with 1 small child; write to 'Trotes tant," care Times office. 250t3 TWELVE GRANITE CUT Steady work, warm shed; E. C. Glysson Co., inc. ZSOtS WANTED A man for general farm work ! apply to Orlando Clark, East Montpelier, or 'phone 848-23. SautS WANTED Three stone eutters"at" once : steady work ; The World Granite Co., East Barre. 248tf We predict the year 1920 will be a year of the greatest pros perity that the farmer has ever enjoyed. Get established on the right kind and you will be as sured of a steady income and fine living. NO. 1.151THIS FINE 100-ACRE FARM s ettuaU! only 1U mil n. rn the main road to Eutt Mnn)n.u.r . h. village, stores, depot, etc. ; it is difficult to secure a better located farm : fields are near, ly level and very productive; no stone or gooa psaturage; estimated to be 150. 000 ft of good soft wood lumber; large and rmdy for the axe; stumpage value should be large In this location ; hard wood for farm : the house contains rooms and has recently brain papered and painted; very pleasantly s tualed; 1 barn 60 ft. lone and a smaller ITT i0ft tabI,s iUtht- wrm and handy ; this i a SO-cow farm, near splendid market, on fine road and in good neighbor hood; would like to sell with all personal rronerty complete: 18 rood rows due to freshen soon, several head of young stock : a hor; lot of good tools and all crops; we are ready to show this property to you. WANTBD THOROUGHLY COMPE TENT FOREMAN FOR HIGH-CLASS MONUMENTAL GRANITE CUTTING SHED: RUN FROM ONE TO TWO GANGS IN THE WARMEST. LIGHT EST, AND MOST MODERN LITTLE SHED IN THE COUNTRY: LOCAT ED IN WESTERN NEW YOiiK : STEADY YEAR-AROUND .JOB; IN REPLY GIVE FULL ACCOUNT OF YOURSELF AND THE EXPERIENCE YOU HAVE HAD; MARRIED OR SINGLE AND FAMILY IF ANY AGE. REFERENCES. WAGES DE SIRED, ETC.: APPLY BY LETTER TO "FOREMAN," CARE BARRE DAILY TIMES. 260tt WANTED A Arst-class bedsctter: also 8 stonecutter ; steady work for all ; J. P. Cprekie & Son. - - 247tf WANTED Fifteen granite quarrymen ; all winter job; surface quarry: 45c an hour mii-lmum, 8-hour day E. R. Fletcher, Wood bury, Vt S!36t2 WANTED Laborer and carpenters. Rood pay, long job, board and room on prem ises ; Walter E. Dix, Springfield, Vt. 202tf FOR SALE fWO BARBER CHAIRS AND BENCH FOR SALE Quartered oak ; M. L. Baker. rbiintieW, Vt , . 2SltlO FOR S ALE Sawdiist, 2c bu. ; in ill" slabs", 82.25 ran : atc-ve wood, IS.25 run, all dry ; Ludiier Comire, tab 8OT-2R. 2S1U0 FOR SALE Four "pure-bred White Wyan dotte cockerels ; George C. Jackman. R. F. D. No. 2. Waterburv. Vt 2511.1 hTW000 E COAL ANDaS COMBI NATION RANGE for sate: used only months, good as new; price reasonable! ad- .JlrH't'JeJSfl,S. 2My FOR SALENice dry wood'delivered anv .wJ?e'n!?J?J! i.J?,eon 887-8. 2481S FOR SALE Universal milking" machine com plete with 7S fee of pipe; used only 4 month ; bargain ; G. A. Morris, Marshfleld. Vt 249112 FOR SALE Having sold my farm.Twill sell at once the following property : Registered Jersey bull 18 months old, 8 fresh Jersey cows, 5 Jersey cows to freshen in about t months, 1 beef cow, S shouts, 1 brown mare 6 Vj yra. old. weight 1,260 lbs. ! 1 white horse. J ers old. weight 1,200; t United States S-H.P. gasoline or kerosene engine. I horse, power sawing machine, 2 saws. No. 17 D Laval separator. Cnrii. Fm ph steel farm truck, 20 tons nice har. Deerinv mower, horse rake, cutaway harrow wimmimi. cultivator, 700 lbs, phosphate. 10 cords wood. uui.Moira, can power, grindstone, pair work harnesses. I driving- ksnM, waakinv tn. chine, milk cans, 2-borse traverse sleds. 1 wood-shod sled, new seeder, about 100 lbs. farm seeds, clover, grass, etc' and other articles too numerous to mention ; for fur ther particular write or 'phone G. A. Mor ris, p. o. address Marshfield. Vt. 248tl2 KNITTING'' YARN for "sale "direct from manufacturer at M.25 a pound; made of , Maine fleece wool and thoroughly scoured: alao a great bargain in gray at $1.E0 ; write for samples; H. A. Bartlett, Harmony, Me. I44U' : FOR SALENice, dry hard wood; tel. 686-M Barre. 243tf FOR"SALE Early cufloose hay; E.CsVW . 21 Jfighland avenue.Jphone 1-M. 238tf FOR BALE 1 919 Buick Six in good eondK tion ; also :ir compressor, can run 0 men and 2 surfneors, with gunrahteei for lnfor mation write Barre, Vt., Box 847. 247tl2 LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE Twcntyradercow's, dueto freshen rtt once; tuhetvulin ttut Jnim R. Benjamin, Barre. tel. 108-R. S3Ktf HELP WANTED FEMALE THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Building, Barre. Vermont Johnston's Sale Stable 7 South Main Street Barre, Vt. I have now at my stable an extra nice selection c,l Horses, comprising Draft. Ex I press and general purpose Chunks, and a . few good Driving Horses. Well-mateaed I Pairs and blocky-built Singles. Describe a ( few : I Pr. Bs-s, t yra. old. weigh 1.200 ; Pr. ! Blacks, S and 6, S.I 0c ; Pr. Grays. and 1. 2.S00; Bay H , I, l.S0; extra nice Driving j Horsta and some se!-ond-ha nders. Balance may be seen st any time at my stable. Al ways glsds to show and exhibit horsea wheth jer you intend to buy at once or later. If you i have any horses which do not suit your needs, romei and see me and i will try and I exchange with you for good stock that dors suit. Always open call or phone me at any time. ARCHIE JOHNSTON. GOOD FARMS Cheap for Quick Sale nno.N lahce FARM dropped en the marK.c ror emeu in lei Hires acreage fnod equipments of stock and sneer -tool. 4Kt you catnot rr often find fn- the price it ran be bought for? there are 268 acres, about no arrra or tuuge land, and balance in gooH neettire and woodland: a rood In nf wood and large amount of hard wood; and sugar place eoiiipivd for S00 trees in .too hase: good 10-room house, plenty ef barn. silo, and milking msrhine s with r mil enotnmen or toots to carry on suck farm " hd of cattle: '4 cows. ?.y.tvld heffers, 7 ore-Tcr-o!l ; 1 bur ; horses, swine snd noultrr; Ihie farm is situsted nn a good main road, and cream is rethrred at tor. ana only , miles from Barre City. Oo-M-A VlLI ACE FARM of -M acre wth an acres in rertlle Held. : "rood n attire, balance in pastor and woodland: buildlnea in firct-'U'M o"ti'lrn. with a large modern house, electric tlghta, steam heat and 1uti closets; the main barn is a large, modern hmm which ermslsts of silo and some out buildings, which makes It very convenient, having villa amwnmodstions. such as creamery snd railroad station: we esn sell tnis farm with tools at a surprisingly low price, for the owner has other business. For further information in re gard to the above or any other property, inquire of J. J. DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENT Rowland Bld Barre Tel. 370 , i HOUSES TO RENT j TO RENT Sls-iroom eottue, 29 Hale street; I near etonrxhede and Peerless' Knitting fae. jtoTy: also land for garden ;rrnt reasonable: er phone m at '"quire, i main street, eisrrev or eei. .ii-flt jncmoeiicr. xeetu Td RENT At 11 Brook stret.I" rooms, entirely separate: bath, set tubs and hot wa WANTED Five bright, capable ladiee to travel, demonstrate and sell dealers ; 125 to (50 per week ; railroad fare paid ; write at once; Goodrich Drug Co., Dept. 1030, Omaha, Ncbr. JanU-lO-n-SSU FOR SALE Pretty hand-crocheted corset cover rims with 2 dainty crocheted roses used in place of ribbons ; colors, pink and white, pink and red, yellow and red, green and white ; only 25c ; mail orders promptly filled ; address R. F. D. , Box 77, West Hill, Barre, Vt. 252ti GOOD WAGEOOR HOME WORK " We need you to make socks for us on the fast, easily learned Auto Knitter; experience unnecessary; we buy all you can supply us; distance immaterial ; positively no canvass ing ; yarn supplied ; particulars 3e stamp ; Ik I t. I04C, Auto Knitter Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Janl0-14t2 WANTED TWENTY-FIVE YOUNG WOMEN FOR A LARGE SILK MAN UFACTURING COMPANY. NEAR HARTFOHD. CONN.: FXPEPJENCE NOT NECESSARY: THE WORK 18 STEADY, WELL PAID, LIGHT AND CLEAN. UNDER GOOD LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS: COMPANY BOARDING HOUSE FOR GIRLS WITH BOARD AND ROOM FOR IS.OO PKB WEEK : TRANSPORTATION WILL BE PAID AND BOARD AD VANCED: NO LABOR TROUBLE: WRITE IF INTERESTED. AND OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL A R--RANGE FOR AN INTERVIEW; PLOYMENT BUREAU. SOUTH MAN ADDRESS CHENEY B ROTHES, KM- ., CHESTER, CONN. 2621 WANTED A housekeeper, a middle-aged lady preferred, one that could come at once: write; Wtllard Daily, Adamant, t- 26ltS WANTED Womenfor department work in boys' school : salary. 140.00 to S4S.00 per month and maintenance: 1 male night watch man; Vt, G. rancher, Supt., Lawrence, M. 250t8 WANTED AT ONCE A girl or middle- aged woman for general housework : inquire at lit South Main street, Barre. ':t ""WANTED Middle-aged woman for gen. eral housework : small family, good wages and steady work; E. R. Fletcher, Woodbury, HORSES AND VEHICLES ONE 14-PASSENGER SLEIGH rotC'sXlf. Equipped with brakes a good one to carry school children; Cutler Bros., Barre: 'phone 10. 2Slf FOR SALE CHEAP Bay mint, 10 yrsTold; weisrht about 1.S00 lbs., work single or rl""ible: i-o Pcrrh-on mare colt 18 months old. weight over 900 lbs., a good one ; will ' 11 for ch or trade for milch cows : i. Beek. R. F. D., box 3. Chekea, Vt 24tg "FOR 6ALBAkind.rlean-limbed young mare, weighing about 1.S00 lbs. ; an ideal block for someone looking for a horse put to- : gethex to stay ; will he sold at a bargain, as I have nothing for her to do; H. E. Mile. Fairmont Farm, E. Montpelier, Vt ; N. E. tel. 882-2. - 4.'.tf FOR SALE Pair of gray horses, age" I and 6 ; weigh better than 2.800 lbs. : to be sold because of owner's poor health ; inquire ' of Walter Smith. R. D. 4, Barre, tel. 427-M. J44tl OUR EXPRESS OR DELIV ERY SLEIGHS ; Ilgve Hiph Curving Dashes Have Wide Boomr Bodies Have .Strong Sturdy Hobs Have Vermont Shifting Shafts ( 84 VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. STATE STREET. MONTPELIER SPECIAL on FURNACES We have left in stock ready for installa tion only two furnaces. One large, one-pine furnace, heating capacity 2-1.000 cubic feet : one medium-sized, one-pipe furnace, heating capacity 15,000 cubic feet j can be ouickly installed at a small exnense. If you are going to need a furnace next year you can save a lot of money by buying ; one of these n . THEY ARE PRICED TO MOVE. You will say so. N. MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Tel. l ift Orange County 'Phone Vt. DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER SURGEON DENTIST Howlsnd Buildf-i. Room 1. 'Phone S-W. Office Hours i to I!, l te i. and :t0 te I .JO BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS . HEAT QUARTERS TOR RELIABLE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS. ! vtrt'ont ii anvnoea srrntnD ' AND '.SHEET MUSIC Leaee nor enters here foe Plane Tasmg Telephone 1SS-W. Barre, Vt DR. A. II. SMITH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN M KEITH AVENL'I Hoars i IS te 12 e m.: te 1 p. n. . Closed 'Wednesday afternoons and Saturday A NEW DRESS Thinking of having a new dr.W Why not try the new itmumii r... r u ' MjT "r3" "ed for the besl fsmilue of C hic.ro and her work nt eleas. Tslk with her, enyway. Phone MISS BEDELL 3 Washington St Auction Sale WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14 at 10 o'clock shirp On swount of my wife's death and having sold my farm, I will sell at public auction AIL OF MY PERSONAL PROPERTY the farm where 1 now live. This MALE AND FEMALE HELP WOMEN OR MAN WANTED, salary 2 full time, 60c an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to weanr; experience un necessary; International Mills, Norristown. Pa. 262tl HELP WANTED Young men and women to take positions as attendants at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Water bury : to those who desire, an opportunity of fered to attend purees' traniing course; ap ply at hospital, Waterury, t ... itf FAMILIES WANTED ia which tbere are or more girle willing: to work in our Silk Thread Mill, where the work ia light and pleasant ; manufacturing ronditierts the best and wages good : we have several houses to rent at a moderate rate to families, making a splendid opportunity for a derirsble home ter. gas and electric lights; e good place to ; in a small, neaimiui town, wnere tne schools keep boarders er roomers: Alex. McHnffle, I are good; ask for further information; the tel. S..S-M E. L. Smith, tel. Sl-Y, 11 West H. K. H. Silk Co., Watertown, Conn. 242U2 street. 248uf TO RENT A aroons tenement at 400 North Main street; inquire St 120 North Main street. I44tf WANTED COTTAGE HOUSE TO RENT On Vine street; first month free; apply te G. L. WoodwortK Eastman bloek, Barre. 28tf TO" RENT We have i or S tenements to rent : 1 on Circle street. 1 on Brook street : call at our office for full particulars and prices; McAllister Kent. JOTtf 4XCKSON BLOCK For rent a front' base ment room, neatly finished; apply room No. i. 14tf FOR PROMPT MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE. CALL aiMT . m. j. wiirrcoMB EAST BARRK. VT. Undertaker and Licensed Embahner PIANO TUNING I.L "oie iz.wt aintrent parte to ! the average piano. Each and every one ef j these parts requires attention regularly this . ,nr nun. s uisn ever. When '"""n- "roers a Haiieys Music Rooms, Blease snecify B. ARTHUR REED Box 14S. Mfntneller, Vt. Mont Tel. Kit Res. T M B.rre Tel. 88-W ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting ef the stockholders ef the Quarry Savings Bank A Trust Co. will ba held at the banking rooms of said hank in place i, situated in Jtrrlin . .bout I ! Jh.n 20.' irftSs? mile off the main rosd leading from I ike election ef direr tors for the ensuine year srd fo the transaction oi any ether business that may properly come before said meeting. C. M. W1LLEV, Brretarv. Bar re. Vt, Dee. Si. ISIS. S.17ti "HELP WAN ITED Young men and womra to take positionji as atteneanu at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Watn. burr ; te those wh dnire, an opportunity of fered to attend nurses' training course ; an ply at hospital. Waterbury. Vt IStf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW tT-TO-D.ATE EAT RIDINO Calls frees a distance et reasonable rate A. W. BADGER & CO. Barre The Only Aste AssevleiKW ia the ftty HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S. ROWLAND BUILDING Specializinsr in Extracting and ; Dental X-Ray DiajTiosis Phoee 1-M DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office hi Raoea ta, Kilea BstUiss) Telrpfaeaw Cesusertioa Ol f ICE HOUR : tans tsUntMIKts 4 P as. Meeay. Tueaday. Taweday aast r GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors I M II I. m.. Twidsv, Wednesday. Frldse end fiatnrday : t:M to I . tr. Monday. Wednee'sT. Thede end Fy'dee; t te t m.. Tinedae ed Thordsy. Mntpeltee Ttweel-y, Tmrd end H rnrdv. 1 10 te IS a. m Mocday, Wednesday end Friday. 1 te ROOM t. CrRPrFR Bt.lt fUrr Tel. W-W PERRY & N00NAN rNEXCELLFD fTTNEAL FfRNIKHTNGS Horpital AsjtbalaBe ServVe Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers fVfaK Se. Bams Tel. eeeaxUoc, ii-W Montpelier to Northfirld, 4 miles from Montpelier and miles from -North field, turn off near Kidtlocit farm. CROPS 20 tons of early cut hay, 20 bu. potatoi's, i bu. beans. STOCK: TEN HEAD OF CATTLE consisting of 5 cows, 1 fresh, others to freshen soon: 3 two-year-oM heifers and 2 ralvrs, pr. colts coining 4 years old, broken, low-down chunks, 15 hens, 1 fat ho?. MACHINERY AND TOOLS Mow ing machine, horse rake, plow, cultiva tor, spring tooth harrow, smoothing; harrow, burse hoe, I II I', gasoline, en gine, circular saw rig, 2-hor lumber wagun, pr. 2 horse sleds, boh sled, dump cart, top carriage, single alcigh, pr. of traverae sleighs, pr. work harnesses, pr. driving harness?, 1 work harnuss, 2 single driving harnesses j cream separa tor, 2 fur robe. 3 street blankets, a new, 10 gal. milk can and 3 smaller ones, large caldron kettle, 3 iron bars, hand and cross-cut saws, chains, whif fletrees. shovel, forks, hoes, and lot of other thing too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Kitchen and parlor stoves, table, chairs, beds, bu reau. commodes, 3 feather beds, quilts, blankets, dishes, clock, shotgun, all the kitchrn utensils, preserve. 20 gallon vinegar, about 100 Tbs. salt pork, a 20 gal. earthen jar. lot of smaller one, i Kverything will be sold without re- j serve, a I have no further ue for j ante, f-gle positive, Wednesday, Jsn, 14, at 10 o'clock shsrp. Terms at time i of sale. l.rVCH AT MV. JOH MELAIfSOJT. Owner. 0. P. LEFEBVRE, Auctioneer. ANNUAL MEETING The atorVholden of the Rarrt Ravines Bank eV Trust Compeny of Barre, Vermont, ere hereby notified that their annus! meeting for the election ef direr tors end the transaction ef any other business that may lean Mr rnrne before them will be held at their hankmc rooms en Tuesday, the 13th day ef January next, at 10 o'clock a. m. MARY J. WRIGHT. Secretary. City ef Barre. VU. Dec. 22. 191 S. JSSU7 ANNUAL MEETING The annuel mertinc of the stflrkholders nt the Feoplra National Bank of Barre will be held at the bankine rooms In the eity ef Barre. Vt.. on Tuesday. Jan. It. J20. at Id o clock in the forenoon, for the purpose ef elertinr directors for the year ensuing and the transarUoa of any other business that may properly come before said meeting. f Dstrd at the eity of Barre, VI., December IS, 11. W. C. JOHNSON, Jr, Cashier. A LARGE CORPORATION IN THE POL'TH ARE BUILDING A BAT TERY OF POLISHING MACHINES; EIGHT OF THEM AT PRESENT. WITH ROOM FOR EXTENSION FOR FOI R MORE j TWO MODERN RAWS, WITH ROOM FOR ONfi MORE: NO CUTTING WILL BE DONE: SELL ING SLABS TO THE TRADE WILL BE THE SOLE BUSINESS; WE WILL SELL TO A PRACTICAL MAN THE CONTROLLING INTEREST : H NANC1AL CONSIDERATION IS NOT OUR CHIHF AIM ; WE WANT THE MAN WHO CAN PRODUCE THE BEST POLISHING IN THE SOUTH; THE PARENT CORPORATION WILL HANDLE THE SALES AND GUAR ANTLE ORDERS FOR Y&ARS. OR LONGER IF NECESSARY: Ot F CLI MATE HAS NO COLD WINTER. AND WE ARE SITUATED ONLY A. SHORT DISTANCE FROM ONE OF THE LEADING ROUTHtRN CITIES: RE PLY IN STRICT CONFIDENCE TO P. W. TIMES OFFICF.. iui!tS WANTED A Lane rhein feed double rdger in rood running or.tcr; rtate "rice: D. F. Moriarty, Wsitsfield, Vt.. box S. SdOrD PETER McINTYRE WANTS CARLOAD ef milch cows, calves and springers : A. To masi. Barre. or M. Pembroke's Livery Sta ble, Montpelier. S49t6 WANTED Place for quiet young girl lo' work .for board : doea not go to school : ad dress by letter to "K.," care Time office. StilS WANTED, A HOME I wilfitive my okt set ter doc "Mull" to anyone out of the eity who will pive him a good home; he loves children and Is a good pal; B. A. Eastman. Barre, Vt. 47tf WANTED All kirds of carpenter work tlv and oromrtly done: J. A. Field. IS WashineSnn street,: telephone SU-W. 53Stf W A NTF-D Tea mi to draw logs in Wash- inrtn; ali-o men to work in woods and saw. mill : apply to F. E. Downing. 22 Cliff street. Barre. tel. H-W. f2tf DEER SKJNS WANTED We have s"n ial outlet for ell good pelts; also beef hides and calOkint" : E. H. Slayton. agent. IS Lib erty street. Bsrre: tel. S1S-R. Wanted at Once No. 1 Maple, either in the log or sawed and 134 inches long. Anyone interested and able to deliver to railroad at a good price will do well to write to Walerbury Last Block Co.. Waterbury, Vt l!M LOST AND FOUND LOST In Oraoite. black and tan hound, white ft and breast; weara new cellar. i no name: p'i iktot lu. n 1 1..711. i, lemy etreet, Barre. tel. MS-W. Slt: ! LOST Royal Cord tire en rirr.7 'w of tire , 8S4: kt MrB 80. Womtmiry and Hsrdwirk ; will finder please notifiy O. Wsde Btujamin, Hardsrick stare driverf JfiltS LOST A crank belong. n to an Overland car. cither o the streets In this city or on the hfehwe.y outside; finder aril! confer a 1 favor by leaving same at store of B. W . ISJtl SEE US Hi OUR NSW LOCATION We are bow ready to serve both eld end new customer with e high grade ef Jewelry. Repair work guaranteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler : ELM STREET SOLI AGENT FOR "BOSTON AMXRICAN" a Mr r v I sac TO V OUTPUT t iS OOP nsilLY j 5 ! AstT-"in ki- t'i "Tt2 I Hooker i Co. OPPORTUNITY We can start you in the FOUND- Young, large whit hound: Bame popular, splendidly paying, tsindow bakery I on collar koks like "Roy Denton. Ne. t" : business; 00 experience needed: send forcir- j t Alpha Sherman's. AVsitsfield ; owner ansir rular: American System. 6th floor. I'JS E. ; irve ssme by paving chsnrc. - ISitJ 46th street. New York City. Jsna-7U' jxiST Tuesday nieht WSeminery" street, a - ' 11 1 I oark brown wolf erarf : ftsocr please re SALESMEN WANTED . .T'n"y "1 , - - - - II rCT Tsswek Vlssss ransi talk lubunr4si In Vaaift. OUR PROTECTED ARTICLE exclusive fimto rj. ... rcJi.r, with name ef frank Vtssi : finder Please notify t rank Mssi. 17 Fortney pisiw, Barre. I47tt owned and controlled br us chars upward ., rf $4d.oe per day for saUwmrn : moat esen tial; government ereated demand: targe ter ritories to salrsmta able te handle rrrwa; side-line or full-time: if you cannot sell .his spe-lalTy you win irii miwit me prwrnTn on a sinking ship: definite copiers tion ; Je rome Laadt, Pres.. 8 South Dearborn etrevt. Chh-ago, III. iSJtl WANTED TO BUY AGENTS WANTED WANTED Te buy clover hay; 'phase Mont- peiirr 7. S ' WANTED Te buy all eir.de of bousehold fimiture. bedding, stove, carpets, etc., ! old rag. maxine. rubber and bag: tel. il-R or write Abram Fiae. 44 Maple eve. $10.00 WORtri nn, perfumrs, Ire: " I4S12S Lecesaiaa Cot. DepC 401. St Louis. Mk I " WANTED Te buy straw et barn; tel. rs-ti !s-m. m:t AGENTS Big profit tm every sale of "ZsJ- WANTFD "TO'bVV Sewmd-hand forniture," no!" pure food troducta; ail flavor; Hsut toij and eicie : mature O. Smith, JIT No. made ever ISfS kt month ; write euiek for i rtreet. tel. T2-M. rref' elrs-sDt asjmi's outfit ; ceniaiM i ea-spres ,. - of finest line of tUvors, on. perfonwa. im- let goods, etc.; an b ertir: rnoocy sec if Bet satisfied : Aaneneae Prod teta Co iS J American bnildin. r nvrinnati. h. Ii 1 FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT ! " FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT At 'Frook reel. 4tf FT ENISHED'ROOM TO RENT - Mor I cesifstrsrai : roeuir et 17 ibarch sir t4vf bsnre er elMinin op erooed. cell K- De- n B-MMiU) mUM iu tt-.j r at a tell. Soatai Maia etreet. ee te.eroiv Wnl Ltberty etree ; steas beat ead etartrw Ivrtita. Pag, vt-. tf "- MISCELLANEOUS "ANYONE DESIRING M AM WITH IICRSJC work by the ear. haulier a. he ee r- .