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THE BARHE DAILY TIMES, 11AKHE, VT., MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening! of Interest from Different Sections. Winter cholera i epidemic In Knos burg Falls, one physician having iiO cases. A stack of hay falling over onto a valuable heifer belonging to Abraha-m Tloof of Leicester a few day ago broke the cow a neck. : To morrow the Vermont Dairymen' Hsjociation and Vermont Sugar Maker' association mceta in Burlington, sea Anions to continue through Thursday. : Manchester report that there haa not been a day of sleighing there yet, and an item in the local paper calls for the appearance of the street sprinkler to lay the dust. . Mrs. Susan Thomson, who died re vrently at the home of her daughter In iLandgrove at the age of 82 years, died Inn the 14th anniversary of the death of Hier husband and at the tame hour, 3 PRiker and Charles Durrum of Mid dletown Springs shot two deer in the B. C. Buxton open lone Jan. 8. Both were does. These are the first to be killed in open one since the closing of the deer season. $ Lieut. George Stewart Bennett, aa 'fKociated with his father, Otto R. Ben 'inett, in the publishing and printing .'business in Bennington, and Mise Ethel Moses of Ann Arbor, Mich., were mar ried in the latter city Jan. 1. Miss Moses was a Red Cross nurse and Lieut. Bennett met her at Camp Gordon, At lanta, Ga. ' At a recent meeting of the Connecti cut. Valley Poultry association, held at Bellows Falls, it was voted to unite .with the. Springfield, association. The Annual poultry shows will alternate be 'tween the two villages and as the show was held in Bellows Falls last fall, the show next fall will be held in Spring field. The M. K. Hodgkins farm in Grand Isle, which has just been sold to Em ery Paradee, has been in the Hodg kins family for 117 years and was oc cupied by the family for three genera it ions. Sixteen children and two Grandchildren were fed, clothed and cared for on that farm until they were capable of caring for themselves. Miss, Nellie T. Grady, a compositor on a Ixwell, Mass., daily paper and on the Brattlcboro Weekly Reformer for a number of years and then for nearly 20 vears a reporter on the Vermont Pha iiix, pinted at Brattleboro, and again or the Daily Reformer until about a year ago, died Jan. 0 in Brattleboro at the age of 54 years. Prof. Edward H. Williams' house,' three miles from Woodstock on the Bridgewater road, was burned to the ground recently. The fire caught in the roof near the chimney and was well under way before it was discovered. It was a large and well-built house, and jhe loss is not less than $40,000. The Airifcnts were- very valuable, including 4 library and a valuable collection of jrtamps."Thr rrwr a wrtl corer-ed by insurance. A young man who registered at the Princess apartments, Brattleboro, last Monday as Charles Smith of Spring field. Mass., a t.ree trimmer, disappeared Wednesday with a suit of clothes val ued at $0, belonging to Charles Dc Gvasse" of Boston, a returned solder. He als entered a room which is oc cupied By two young women employed by the Bradley corporation and took a few dollars belonging ' to them. Litigation concerning the estate of Charles H. Lalor of Rutland continues to multiply. First was the claim for life insurance made by his wife and also by his sister. Then came up again the breach of promise .cane, which wa decided in favor of the plaintiff. Now Mr. Lalor'e brother, John P. Lalor, has filed the estate on the ground that by improper and undue influence he was deprived of his proper proportion of the estate, which was valued at between ftfO.OOO and $tM,000. Mr. Ialor was willed $200. BRATTLEBORO BOY WINNER. Of $400 Scholarship in N. H. Agrieul tural College at Durham. Brattleboro, Jan. 12. Arthur L. Wel come, a senior in the high school, has been awarded a $400 scholarship in the New Hampshire Agricultural col lege at Durham. He will Miter that college next fall. Mr. Welcome ia a son of Sir. and Mrs. Kdward L. Wel come of West Chesterfield, directly across the river from Brattleboro, and iV 18 years old. He is president of the agricultural club of the high' school. Twice, since he entered boys' club work in lftlii and 1910, he bas won the New Hampshire state championship in potato culture, specializing in the Green Mountain variety. He was awarded the gold medal at the eastern states exposition in Springfield "the pat year. Mr. Welcome holds the rrcord in boys' club work for having (frown the largest crop of potatoes in proportion to the amount of land in volved over grown in New Enr'and. This was in 1915. when he raised 33 bush els on 1-lfl of an acre or at the rate of 5.12 btwhels to an acre. j A Bargain 15 New Cortland Cart & Carriage Co.'s S LEIGHS AI.o a nice lot of Cortland Cart & Carriage Co.'s used Sleigh, nearly new, nicely painted and in first-class re pair. One 14-Passenger Sleigh equipped with brakes, one 3-Seated Sleigh luarlv 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 Carre "LAW ANtf ORDER SUNDAY." Commissioner Roper of Internal Reve ue Presents Request. The Aninricab people have declared through due procesa in favor of nation al prohibition. The eighteenth amend ment Jo the constitution of the United State, giving the most solemn legal authority for this, becomes effective on Jan, 10, 1020. The Congress has seen fit to place in the bureau of internal revenue- the important responsibility for the enforcement of prohibition. Whether prohibition is a wise nation al policy is no longer a question for de bate or contention among good citi zens. This step on the part of,. our people has been incorporated as an in tegral part of the constitution of our country, and all law-abiding citizens will demand its observance. , The law explicitly imposes enforce ment responsibilities upon all the offi cers of the federal and state govern mentis, and their , sub-divisions. It is well that this is o, for no one agency or single group of officers could, -without the co-operation of all other offi cers of the law and all law abiding citizens, meet their responsibilities in thia connection effectively and satis factorily, i As an officer of the federal govern ment I can have no different standard with regard to the enforcement of pro hibition than with respect to the en forcement of any other law, and I shall, therefore, insist upon the same strict observance of this law as we endeav or to attain wKh respect to all other laws the enforcement of which is; IaiIitpH with thin hureau I cannot be-i lieve that any state or other political division will consciously bring discred- it upon itself by failure to respond promptly to its full legal and moral responsiomuet ui umiantc eration in connection with the enforce ment of the national prohibition act. It is not for the success of the bu reau of internal revenue that we ap neal. but for the success of the Amer lean people in eustaining the majesty of the law and tne nonor oi our aww ican institutions. To this end we need for this law, and for all our laws, an aroused public conscience with respect to law observance and law enforcement. I observe tb it is being suggest ed that Sunday, n. 18. be set apart and designated as 'law and order Sun dav" throughout the country. I sin cerelv trust that this will be generally observed; that clergymen throughout the land will bring to the attention of their congregations the vital importance of Jaw as the cornerstone oi American ism. Law and order has always found in the clergy its strongest champions. Their clear "expression of right and their ringing challenge to the Ameri can spirit of our citizenship was nev er more urgently needed than it is at the present time. May "law and order Sunday" mark the beginning oi a nation-wiue move ment toward an every-day law and or dcr observance. Daniel C. Roper, Director Internal Revenue. ,, V , READY FOR AUTO TRAFFIC. Steamer Chateauguay to Be Made Over to Carry Many Cars. Burlington, Jan. 12. Between $30, 000 and 40,000 will be epent in fixing ever th steamer Xbaeaijgiiay a to make her able to handle the big auto traffic between the White and Adiron dack mountains. . The deck will be so arranged that she can carry a large number of au tomobiles of "all sizes. A service will be installed which will mean the ar rival of a boat every hour at either Burlington or Port Kent. Vermont Equal Suffrage Association. Constructive , work along citizenship lines is to be started in Burlington Feb. 18, when a school for citizenship will be held for two days similar to the one held in Durham. X. H., last summer. Mrs. Schoonmaker of Connecticut will have charge of the work which is car ried on by the Vermont Kqual Suffrage association. .'Mrs. Schoonmaker is ex ceedingly well-fitted far this position, as her whole time is given to this work. Her book on- citizenship is used as a text book throughout the Connecticut public schools. The work of the committee on po litical education. Miss Anne Benedict, chairman, lias been presented to people in touch with educational affairs, to women's clubs and suffrage leagues and to representatives of other organiza tions throughout the state. Some" of these organizations and groups of peo ple are already beginning the study of citizenship in various ways in prepara tion for the course. Ihis citizenship course is open lo everyone on payment of a small fee for classes. The program will be an nounced later. Stop t n i c At first signs of a cold or grip ' . take JANES COLD TABLETS euaaaarrtgo PROTECTING ORIGINAL DESIGNS. Trade Paper Calls for Steps to Prevent ' Copying. . Perhaps in no other field of Indus try art is plagiarism tolerated to the degree it Is in our branch.' Indeed, the great majority of dealers are prone to consider the promiscuous duplication of designs as not being plagiarism at all. The fact that in certain classes of work the possibilities for much variety are so limited, has discouraged all efforts to establish a moral or ethical code, in the trade, against plagiarism of de sign. There has been a sort of '"free trade" and "open-shop" policy and few; dealers have ever expressed indigna tion over "piracy" a word very com mon in other lines of industry or arts, . v , Perhaps it would be a blessing to the craft if some definite stand could 'be taken on this subject. The possibili ties of the copyright, as. a check on plagiarism, are of dubious import as the litigation involved and the flexi bility of the law are such that the copyright is used largely for effect rather than results. The best check would "be the inauguration of a code or standard to which the trade would adhere with a sort of professional pride. Anyone who has had the rather common experience af competing with "all-comers" in a price cutting compe tition over a duplicate of some mon ument in the cemetery, will agree that a law, written or unwritten, prohibit ing duplication would be welcome in just such cases. All competitors would then have a design, with no two aiiKe, which would automatically give each J dealer his design as a- selling argu j ment rather than price. Many local associations have con sidered this aspect of the problem and have urged upon the cemetery author ities to institute a regulation designed to prevent duplication. Plagiarism is particularly offensive in the case of those dealers who made their appeal on design. Oftentimes they spend con siderable money and labor in creating a very beautiful and individual con ception, only to find that within a few months they have done little more than furnished competitors with a free de sign. Xow and then the complaint is heard that some manufacturer has quoted a competitor for a duplicate monument with the suggestion that the monument would be cut from the origi nal full size drawings and models in his files and furnished by the origina tor. Happily the better class of manu facturers long ago realized that such tactics were nothing short of duplicity, It would be not a bad idea for the aev- i eral association to go on record offi-1 cially against such practices. The ma-1 jority of dealers have appreciated the' importance of a sales policy which di- courages duplication. The majority Of buyers respond to the suggestion that : they should have something individ-; ual. i The story bas been told of a sales-1 man who once discouraged a customer i who was persistent in his demand fori a monument like Mrs. Brown's by the j suggestion that somebody would prob- j Doep-Soatcd Coughs develop serious eompllcariona if neglected. Use an old and time-tried remedy that hat given satisfaction for mote than fifty yeait 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. " Nine-hour -day with half-holiday Saturday year around. Bonus paid at end of each week. Apply to Richmond Underwear Company Richmond, Vermont PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. SURGEON Rowland Building. Room If. 'Phone !-W. BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HE Al QUARTERS TOR REIIAME riANOR' PLAYER PIANOS, VICTROI.AS, FOIVOKAK, KtLUKUa AND SHEET MUSIC Leave our order here for Piano Tuning Telephone. ss-w. varro, vs. DR. A. H. SMITH OSTEOPATHIC P1TYSICIAN ti KETTH AVENUE Hours : 10 to 1! a. as-; 1 to 4 . m. Closed Wednesday afternoons aad Saturdays FOR FROMPT MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE CALL :-W m. j. wiirrcoMB EAST BARRE. VT. Undertaker sad iretmed Embanwee Telephone 447-W -Badger's Auto Ambulance VfTr UP-TO-DATE FAT RIDING Calls frees a lets nee at reasons Me rates A. W. BADGER & CO.. Barre The Only Aata AmMiaare a we try i DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC FHYSICIAN i I Office ra Kmm . W Tea iM.tie; I . Telvboe CeaswrUesi Pn iCK HH' : a w. to K sa ar-s 1 IS to 4 vj. MosMVar. Tueaisy. Tlrarsdsvy aad Fnaay ably think Mrs. Brown was a relative Inasmuch as their monuments were alike. It was a rather prosaic argu ment, byf oiu wot without considerable philosophy aiid certainly shrewd. The very term plagiarism is usually enough to divert the better class of buyers, and a direct appeal to the vanity of the ignorant is the, best policy for all others, Monumental News. Here's to the Man Who Acts! Roosevelt acted, 'and the world had the Panama canal. Dewey acted, arid the United States had the Philippines. Lincoln acted, and America had emancipation, v The forefathers acted, and we had the Declaration of Independence, the Revolution and the American nation. Justified tliough they were, neces sary though they were, . the original coal injunction proceedings did not get the coal for the, country, Sincere or insincere, the negotiations between op erator and miner, or cabinet officer and miner, or fuel administrator and miner, did not get the coal for the country. Imperative though they may be, the new court proceedings against the offi cers of the United Mine Workers of American may not get the coal for the country. Legal proceedings against both the operators and the miners might not get the coal for the coun try. . But out In Kansas, where there was a acted, and the people of his state got the coal. ' Letting no grass grow under his feet while all the conferences and commit tees were meeting and adjourning, wasting no words while all the talk complete tie-up by the strikers, a man was going on. Governor Allen got the mines through receiverships. , Governor Allen got volunteers to mine coal. Gov ernor Allen got them to the mines with motor trucks, when strikers interfered with passenger trains. Governor Al len, whatever happened and under whatever circumstances, got the coal out. Nobody doubts that he will go on getting it out. Nobody doubts that this man who acts will get the coal de livered to the people of Kansas. And, thanks to the example of Gov ernor Allen, who acted on the spot, any governors may get coal for their states in the same way. The Sun takes off its hat to the man who acts. New York Sun. You Cannot Average One, hence life insurance to give the benefit of average with many. Insure and be sure. What it costs it savesj Na tional Life Ins. Co. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Rialto block, Montpelier, Vt. BLISS NATIVE HERB TABLETS TO-NIGHT AT BEDTIME If you feel out-of -aorta, run-down or "all in" from over-exertion, or If you are eon. slips ted. or yoor liver is out of order, take BLISS NATIVE HERB TABLETS. In severe caara of HEADACHE or RHEUMATISM PAINS, two Ubleta max, be taken. You will get. up next morning feeling very much better. Blis Native Herb Tablets act gently but effectively on the kidney, liver and bowels. The dollar box contains 200 tablets, and Usually butts six months. let the genuine, and look for the trade mark and money-back guarantee on each box. Two sisea, 60c and 81.00. Sold by teaoirg drurgista and local agents everywhere. Made by ALONZO O. BLISS CO., Washington, D. C. HEININGER DENTIST Office Honrs; I to 12. 1 to i, and t.H to 7 :S0 A NEW DRESS Thinking of having a new dess T Why not try the rw dressmaker from Chi cago Mrna Bedell haa sewed for the best families of Chiracs and her work ; flmt rlaaa. Talk with her. anyway. Phone 121. MISS BEDELL W Washington ft PIANO TUNING There are Borne 1? ftOO different parts wi the average piano. Earh and every ene ef th.ee perm reoutree attention regularly thia time ef the year more se than eeer. When laiing orders at Bailey's Music Rooms, please eeeify B. ARTHUR REED Bog 14S. Mneiroelier. Vt. Moat. Tei. tit ; Res. Ts-M Barre TcL -W HOWARD II. REID. D.D.S. I HOWLAND BUILDING Specializing in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis fti one lee-M GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors ta a. w. TS Aer. Wednvday. W-Met I m . fodey. Wedoeday. W-Mey - . . e.. . . . ! Wedneerfee. Tears-He and frM-i : f i ! HOUSEHOLD GOODS Kitchen, and jt m.. Te"Hr nd Te"4av. js w!ieT rrlnr stove, tables, rhair. bed, bn 1 Ted-e TV d- swd .tirds, ? te It ' , , ...l,. Iwwi.. n.iilta -w' ' " HrOM I rt'Fftmt FT K stsrre TeL fw I T rrniT s t Irinecar. aSout 100 Tta. alt pk, a 20 PERRY & NOOXAN jf.L Mrt- jar. lot of ir.ller oaea. fNEJCELtXD rrNTRAL irfI5HTVCS I !rytkm? -Jill he ar.'.d without re . . . , - serve, as I fcaxe no further a for . Hpitsd Al... Servtr. ! mf K()f Uejnrir, Urn. Undertakers and 10lel,Yx"MV7',, " Um' .- -IriccnfKl Embalmers 1 M JOhs melaksoji, owr. - err. TaL twswertsaa. -W D. F. tEFEBVRE, AaCtlOBcet. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ROBERT "CRUICKSHANK VS. SHURLIE CRUICKSHANK ; WHEREAS, Robert Crulckshenk or Birr city, in tne county o( Washington, in m tut of Vermont, has this day filed In the office of the clerk of the eounty court, for said county, his libel for a divorce against Shurlie Crulckrhonk, eetting forth In sub. stance that he was on the 20th day of Sep tember, into, lawfully married to the said Shurlie Cruickshnnk, and that ha and said libellee lived together as husband and wife In the county of Washington until on or about April 15, 1914 s that the libelant has resided in the county of Washington for the past yeari and hiui faithfully performed all the marriatr obliirations incumbent upon him ; that on or about the 15th day of April, 1914, the laid libelleo willfully and without just cause deserted the libellant and for three consecutive, yearn, and ever since has and still dues rufuse to live with and cohabit wilh the libellant And praying that the bonds of matrimony between him and the said lltx'iue be dissolved, ana mat ne oe . quire J. t. Cunningham, administrator, Dan. , : t i 14 .nMani,!..lit. IA a, . i . ....... . granted a bil of divorce. And It appearing that the said libellee la without this state; and that no summons can be served on her, IT IS ORDERED that the libellant notify tha libelleo of tho pendenev of said petition and summoned to appear at the term of the county court, to be held at Montpelier, with in and for the county of Washington, on the second Tuesday ni March, 1820, and answer to tho same, by causing the substance of said petition and this order to be published three weeks consecutively tn the Barre Daily lime. newspaper printed at Barre City, in said county, the last publication to be at least six weeks pnevious to tha commencement of taid term. Dated at Montpelier, in said county, "bis 27th day of December. 1919. LEWIS C. MOODY. Clerk. 3. WARD CARVER, Attorney for Libellant. Dec29Jan&-12 ESTATE OP BUSHROD P. PAGE State of Vermont. District of Washington, as. Tho honorable probate court for tho dis trict aforesaid, to all persona interested in I he rtiito of Bunhro'J P, Page, late of Plnlnfleld, in said district, deceased, GREET. IN5 : WHEREAS, said curt has assigned the 9th dy cf Frbruary next for examining and allowing the account of the administra tor of (he tatatr of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the law ful claimants of tho same and ordered that public notice thereof be given to nil persons interested in said estate by publishing this order, throe weeks sucreasively previous to the day assigned in the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at tho city of Barre. In said district. - THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to annear at the orabat office in MontDelier. in said district, on tha day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of taid ac count if you sea cause, and to establish your right aa heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, thia td day of January, 1920. FRANK J. MARTIN, (Judge. JanS-12-l ESTATE OF CHARLES M. WALLACE State of Vermont, District of Washington, ta. Tha honorable probate court, for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested in the eitate of Churiee M. Wallace ol Vne town of Barre. GREETING t WHEREAS, application in writing hath been made to this court by the guardian ef Charles M. Wallace, for license to mortzage ... i n mb ..I.I- .wn. ,.H ttaiA WlM 4 i I - I uated in the town of Ryegate, county of Cal Irdonia and stab- of Vermont, r.nd present ing that It is necessary to mortgage rain ;val estate to raise the sum of one vbousand do4 tras for the purpose of maintaining and tup porting said ward, and to pay the debts le gally due and owing by said ward; '.bat said mrrteage be given to secure the said sum ef one thrmartd Hollars. WHEREUPON, the aald court appointed and assivned the 27th day of Jnauary. 1920. at the probate office in Montpelier. in said district, to hear and decide upon said appli cation, and ordered that public notk-e thereof be given to ail persons interested therein, by publishing this order three weeks successive ly in the Barre Daily Times, newspaper published at the city of Harre. tn said dis trict, which circulates in the neighborhood of those persons interested therein ; all which publications shall be previous te the time , appointi for the hearing. 1 HfcKEKOKE, you are nereoy jiouneo to eorear before said court, at the time end place aforesaid, then and there in raid eourt to object to the granting of such license, if you see esuse. Given under my hsnd at Montpelier. in said district, this th day of January, 12(1. MARY J. CUTLER, Register. Jan 12-1 M8 Johnston's Sale Stable 7 South Main Street Barre, Vt. I have now at my stable an extra nice aelertion nf Horses, comprising Draft. Ex. presa and general purpose Chunks, and a few good Driving Horses, Well-matched Pairs and blacky-built Singles. Describe few: Pr. Rsy, yrs. old. weigh 1.200: Pr. Blacks. and . 1.106; Pr. Grays, nnd T. 2.gO; Bsy H., t, l.&M; extra nice Driving Horses and some seconri-handers. Haianre may be seen at any time at my stable. ' Al weva alada to show and exhibit horses wheth er you intend to buy at once or later. If you have any horses which oe not suit yoor needs, come end see me and I will try aad exrhaaiie with you for eaod slock that does suit. Always open call or 'phone me at any time. ARCHIE JOHNSTON. Auction Sale W EDNESDAY, JAN. 14 at 10 o'clock sharp On actount of my wife' death and having sold my (arm, I will sell at public auction I'. L OF MY PERSONAL ! PROPERTY t the firm where I now lito. Tlii place i aituated in JVrlin. about I mile off the main road Irndintf (mm Montpelier to NorthfiVld, 4 Blilea from ;! " ' ; ' , x-.i. Montpelier and milea from North- field, turn off near Fid Ka-k farm. CROPS s!( ton of early cut hay, 20 bu. potatoes. 1 bu. beam. STOCK: TEN HEAD OF CATTLE consleting of 5 row., 1 fre,h , other, to freshen aoon; 3 two-year-old beifera 1 and 2 ralvea. pr. exills coming 4 yeara old. broken, low-down chunks, 15 ken, city o. nrr. v. (;ut.rn8,r bull. 111 calve, from 4 to 1 ft hog. " ANNUAL MEETING months old. Thee cowa are prad.' MACHINERY AKD TOOLS Mow- A - UloUteiti and Jersey, and all in ni.-e ing tnarhine, hor rake, plow, mltiva- Tb annual meeting of the stockholders f 'condition. Ten "Shropfliire hhi-ep and tor, spring tooth harrow, smoothing the People National Baak of Barre will hj : jj sh,)t(. Alw) a quantity of early harrow, hor-a h, 4 H P. gaaoline en- n?llJ?jlZ. l". mo!".' Sjciit hay. 3 to 40 ton of ensilage, gine, circular aaw rig. 2 hore lumber i.t in the forenoon, for the purpose of One net farm truU. with hay rack. wairon. rr. t-hnrt aleds. ooo aioa, aumn eart. t-p cumage. aingle sleigh, pr. ot traverse slriFhs, pr. work harn"aea. pr. I . . . . I. 1 o'.. oriviig narDeses, i vera aaiaws, i. single drivitm harnesae: cream separa tor, 2 fur robee. 3 street blankets. jnew in gal. milk raa and 3 smaller j one. Urjfe caldron kettle. 3 iron bars, 1 hand and eTOs-cut aama, rl gins, whif ahML fwLa tinea, and lot oi ., : . . . ,; iotl'er inmrs im u it 11 1 ..." 10 i,, 1, t m-i . T .hotyn L - ilrhrn utenil. t reserte. 20 tglloiia Three Lines for 25c The Times will publish Wants, tost end Found, Kor Sale, To Let, etc. hort adver tisenKnls at the rate of throe lines Tor twenty-rive cents for tho first insertion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. FARMS FOR SALE 3JlNE!-ROOM HOUSE for'salo" or exchange for farm j addreas "D. V. T.," care of i'l"?"- 1 S4H18 A" SPLEKDID VALUEA 160-acre farm": will keep 20 head of cattle and team, cut 80 tons of hay. easy to carry on ; a never-falling spring of water to barn and house: re quires no tea in the milk room; creamery team calls for the milk ; 70 acres of lumber never been cut, near a large saw-mil), and lVa mile from R. R. station; easy to get the lumber off; a sugar orchard of 1,000 or more treee, fully equipped with tools, buck eta, etc. ; large house and barns connected, in good condition located miles from pan. ville village; the farm, stock and tools. It taken at once, tor SQ.non tnr mrtUiliN in. ville, Vt., or M. Nelson, 81 Merchant street. Barre. Vt. 842112 FOR THE NEXf"fw6 WEEKS I mm offer-" ing several extra good bargains in real estate, which consists of well-timbered farms and also village property j W. H. Myers, Cur. rim- cottaa;e,WtI)anvllle, Vt. , 49tf J'ARM 197 acres, wlil keep 20 cows and team ; enough lumber, pulp and wood to pay for It; J. mile to school, S milea to church and good village; terms reasonable or will ex change for small cottage house; pair work horses weighing 2.800 lbs.; E. B. Bouse. Brrre, Vt., tel. I05-J. - 18tf PROSPERITY FOR THE FARMER ! 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. 1351-THI8 FINE 100-ACRE FARM Is situated only V milea from Barre City on the main road to East Montpelier; near the village, stores, depot, etc; It is difficult to secure a better located farm : fields are near, ly level and very productive: no stone or Irdces; good pasturage: estimated to be 150.. l)oo ft of good soft wood lumber; large and r-adr for the axe; atumpage value should be large in this location; hard wood for farm; the house eontsins 7 rooms and has recently brio papered and painted; very pleasantly s-tuated: 1 bam 0 ft, long and smaller hero; new 60-ft sublet light, warm and handy; thia is a 20-cow farm, near splendid market, on fine road and in stood neighbor, hood; would like to sell with all personal nronerty complete; 18 good rows due to freshen soon, several head of young stock : t horses: lot of good tools and all crops ; we are ready to show this property to you. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Building, Barre, Vermont GOOD FARMS Cheap for Quick Sale JOu-N LARGE FARM drooped on the market for ouick aale; Urge acreage, food eouipmenla of stock and near tools that you cannot very often And foe the price it n be hoBghf for; there are !S arrea. about 50 arms of tillage land, and balance in -oM pasture and woodland: a good lot of soft wood and large amonnt of hard wood; and sugar place eouiprd for gno trees in good ih.ine: a good ld-room boose, plenty ef barn, silo, anj milking machine t with n rraod enuinment of tools 1o carry on such a farm : fcead of eattte; 14 cows, .yar-old heifers. 1 one-year-fvM : 1 buf! t bonuw. swine and woultrv; this farm ;s altimted an good main read, and rrcam Is rathered at door, and only S4 milea from Barre City rt.M VTLLAnw FARM of with 59 acres In ferti! field: weed nes'iire. balance in pasture and woodland ; bulldlnes n flrrt-r od'tion, with e large modern house, el trie lights, steam heat and flush closets ; the main barn is a large, modem barn which resist of silo and soma eut hutldinge, which makes It very convenient, hsvlne village eeeommodatione. eueh mt creamery and railroad station : we ran sett tV fas fsrm with tools at surprisingly low price, for the owner haa other business. For further information In re gard to the above or any other property, inquire of J.J. DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENT Howland Bids, Barn Tel. 170 HOUSES TO RENT fo'RENT -Six-room cottage. 2 Hale street! near stoneeheds and Peerless Knitting fac tory; also land for garden :rent reasonable ; inquire 17 So. Main street, Barre, or tel. 4M-M Montpelier. . S4M TO KENT AtT l'Brook street. rooms, entirely separate; bath, set tubs and hot wa ter, gas and elertrie lights; a good plae to keep boarders or roomera : Alex. MHafBe. tel. t-M; E. L. Smith, tel. Sl-Y. IT West street. . UStf "TO RENT A -room tenement at ton North Main street; inquire at 120 North Main street. !44tf COTTAGE HOUSE TO RENT On Vine , street:, first month free: apply to G. L. j Woodeorth. Eaatmenk!ork.Barre. 22f'f J TO RENT We have 2 or t tenements to rent; 1 on Circle street, I on Brook street I rill at our office for full oarurulare an fri-eai M'AlI'ster Kent. I07t J ACKSON BLOCK For rer,t. a front base-J me-t room, neatly finished; apply room i Ne, 14tf ANNUAL MEETING T- rnaual rrurn- or tne s-c kro'aers rr I,. , -r ---1 R-r'i A- T will be h-!d at 'he hanl.ir.e room, of re id hank in fc eleriirt ef directors for the 'nstiine year !"d for 'he tran-rIM.n m rny sis.r tH.s.nrea ' that my properly rorw h-fwe .aid meling i ,n" C. M. WILLLt", Srretarr. Barre. VL. Dse. ?2. ll. 3-1.4 ANNUAL MEETING The stockholders ef the Barre Favinjra Bank a Trust Ccmpaoy of Barre, Vermont, are i hereby notified that their annual meeting for' h abrtioa of directors and the transaction ! ,'of any other busliwee that may legally rome j before tbrm eill be held at their banking the IJ.h Wyrf jlTui" j t,t. at 1ft oVkwk a. m. MARY J. WRIGHT. Rarretary. I City of Barre. VU Dte. 2. r3U7 iiing eireewrs ior in. yeer eo-umw "ieii(rea wagon, ennng tootu narrow, a p,fe(l at the eity ef Barra. Vt, December . .. . - II. ll- W. C. JOHNSON. Jr., Cashier. SEE US IN OCt NEW LOCATION We are sea ready to serve beta old and new evarteenera with a high grade of Jewelry. Repair ork guaraateed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler , tt elm TRr:rr SOLI AGENT I OR "BOSTON AMERICAN K g J - ncrosr butsut a.e c-. m i- g HELP WANTED MALE j W AN'IED Man to work in livery stable ; i TWO BARBER CHAIRS AND BENCH FOR apply at Hopkins' Stable, Prospect street. SALE Quartered oak ; M. L. Baker, B2t8 Jriainflcld. Vt. 26U10 WANTED, TEAMSTERS for woods and Ij FOR SALE Sawdust, 2c bu. ; mill" slabs. main road : S11.60 otr day. with 60c bonus ; Green Mountain Lumber Co., Middlesex, Vt., 'phone 12D-4Montpelier; 251t8 WAN'fED-A man for ventral farm work; apply to Orlando Clark, Eaat Montpelier, or 'phone 848-23. 26016' WANTED Three stone cutten at once! steady work ; The World Granite Co., Enat Barre. 248rt WANTED 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 THF COUNTRY : LOCAT ED IN WESTERN NEW YORK; STEADY YEAR-A ROUND JOB: IN REPLY GIVE FULL ACCOUNT OF YOURSELF AND THE EXPERIENCE YOU HAVE HAD; MARRIED OR SINGLE AND FAMILY IF ANY ; AGE, REFERENCES, WAGES PS SIRED. ETC.; APPLY BY LETTER TO "FOREMAN." CARE BARRE DAILY TIMES. 250U2 WANTED Fifteen granite Quarrymen : all winter job) surface Quarry; 45c aL our mtrlmum, 8-hcur day; E. R. Fletcher. Wood. bury, Vt. 285W2 WANTED Laborer and carpenters, good pay, long job, board and room on prem ises ; Walter E. Dix, Springfield, Vt. 202tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Girl to pack dyes; irood wages, steady work ; Wells Richardson Co., Inc., KPearl street. Barre. S2t8 CHAMBERMAID WANTED Waterbury Innj Waterbury, Vt. 268tf FOR BALE Pretty hand-crocheted eoreet cover rims with 2 dainty crocheted rosea used in place of ribbons ; colors, pink and white, pink and red, yellow and ro.vreen and white: only 2ftc; mail orders promptly tilled; address R. F. D. S, Box 77, West Hill, Barre. Vt. 852t3 WANTED TWENTY -FIVE YOUNG WOMEN FOR A LARGE SILK MAN UFACTURING COMPANY, NEAR HARTFORD, CONN. : EXPERIENCE 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 6.(lu PER 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 BROTHES, r-M-CHESTER, CONN. WANTED A housekeeper, a middle-aged lady preferred, one that could come at once: write: Willard Daily. Adamant, Vt. 251U WANTED Women for department work in boys" school: salary. 140.00 to UM0 pe month and maintenance; 1 male niebt watch, man ; W. G. Fancher, Supt., Lawrence, Mass. : j !60t WANTED At ONCE -A girl or middle- aged woman for general housework ; inquire at 10 South Mam sjreet, JBarre. " WANTED Middle-aged woman" for gen. era housework ; small family, good wages and steady work ; E. R. Fletcher, Woodbury, Vu sutm MALE AND FEMALE HELP GOVERNMENT CLERK examinations Ver- h mont Mar. men. women, 1H-S0; hun dreds needed; (lOn month; experience un necessary : for free particulars write Ray mond Terry (former civil service examiner!, S Continental bids-., Washington. "Mil ilFI P W ANTED -Young men nnd women to.. take positions aa attendants at tne v er-1 mont State Hospital for the Insane at Water- bury ; to those who desire, an opportunity of- fired to attend nurses training course; ap ply at hospital. Waterury, t 19tf FAMILIES WANTED in which there are irU willine to work in sue Rilk Thread Mill, where the work is light and pleasant; manufacturing conditions the best and wages good : we have several nouses to rent at a moderate rate to families, making a splendid opportunity for a desirable home in m small, healthful town, where the schools are good; ask for further information; the H. K. H. Silk Co.. WtrtoM.;Conn.242tlS HELP WANTED Young men and wemra to take position as attendants at the Ver mont 6tate Hiiepital for the Insane at Watt., bury; to those wbi desire, an opportunity of fered to a: tend nurses' training course; en ply at hospital. Waterbury. Vt ltf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES A LARGE CORPORATION IN THE SOUTH ARE BUILDING A BAT TERY OF POLISHING MACHINES: EIGHT OF THEM AT PRESENT. WITH ROOM FOR EXTENSION FOR FOUR MORE; TWO MODERN SAWS. WITH ROOM FOR ONE MORE: NO CUTTING WILL BE DONE: SELL ING SLABS TO THE TRADE WILL HE THE SOLE BUSINESS; WE WILL SELL TO A PRACTICAL MAN THE CONTROLLING INTEREST ; FI NANCIAL CONSIDERATION IS NOT OUR CHIEF AIM: WE WANT THE MAN WHO CAN PRODUCE THE HKST POLISHING IN THE SOI'TH; THF. PARENT CORPORATION WILL HANDLE THE SALES AM GUAH- i AN TEE OKHr.rui run a LONGER IF NECESSARY: OURCLf , .M ATE HAS NO COLD WINTER. AND I WE ARE SITUATED ONLY A SHORT 1 DISTANCE FHOM ONE OK THE LEADING SOUTHERN CITIES: RE I PLY IN STRICT CONFIDENCE TO "P W. P.," TIMES OFFICE. 2o2t' Stock at Auction ! ' To rsie money to meet gome obliga .tioiis. till" lipdrrsipned will fell t ue Uiou lo the liijilK'stt bidder, on the prem iac v.h re I now live, known the , . , f ., , v,- Hill tiporgi- i m-.iiuii iBiiu,'ii --" about "J't mib' from Barre City on "IK dcwrioed atOt K: n f IJ J -1 J Q JJgQfl flf aJU l.bUd Ul Tested Calt'e TEN MILCH COWS .11 r.,,lncr nut 11 J0". nol a cow in the lot more than 10 year, old; 8 two-year-old lieif- era and" 3-vear-old due to freidien vearlinK heifer, reRistered year- ,;-jepre.a wagon, 'disc harrow. - Term at time of sale, i.iincii at noon. The aale will take place on THURSDAY, JAN. 15 at to o'clock ia the forepoon. PHIL BATCHELDER, Owner. D. A. PESKY, Auctioneer. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS I FOR SALE $2.25 Mm : stove wmrl tA.2il run. all dry : Ludger Camire, tel. 807-26. 241tl0 FOR SALE Four pure-bred White Wyan dotte cockerels; George C. Jackman. R. I II Vn n U , t . I. , u c 1 , "J - - . . M.wtuulf, T L v,, CLKNWOOD rcOALANbGAS COMBI NATION RANGE for sale; used only months, good as new ; price reasonable : ad- drens "C. H.' Times oftlce. 860U2 FOR SALE Nice dry wood, delivered any- -" ,,nI? L "'ophone 887-1. E48U FOR SALEUniversai milking machine tom- plete with 1i feet of pipe: used only 4 month ; a bargain j G. A. Morris, Mamhfield, Vt . 4tl2 FOR 8ALE Having sold my form, I will sell at once the following property : Registered Jersey bull 18 months old, 8 freah Jersey cows, 8 Jersey cows to freshen in about 2 months, 1 beef cow, 3 s boats, 1 brown mare 6'ij yrs. old. weight 1,250 lbs.; 1 white horse. 16 years old. weight 1,200; t United States S-H.P. gasoline or kerosene engine. 1 horse oower sawing machine, 2 saws. No. 17 D Laval separator, Curtis Easy Pull spreader, steel farm truck, 20 tons nice hay. Deering mower, horse rake, cutaway harrow, weeder, cultivator, 700 lbs. phosphate. 10 cords wood, huekboard, calf power, grindstone, pair work harnesses. 1 driving harness, washing ma chine, milk cans, 2-horse traverse sleds. 1 wood-shod sled, new seeder, about 100 lbs. farm seeda, clover, grass, etc., and other articles too numerous to mention ; for fur thcr particulars write or 'nhone G. A. Mor PO. address Marshfield, Vt 248U2 KNITTING YARN for'sale "direct" from manufacturer at $2.25 a pound; made of Maine fleece wool and thoroughly scoured : also a great bargain in gray at ll.BO ; Write for samples ; 11 A. Bartlett, Harmony. Me. Z44tz dry bard wood ; tel. I43tf FOR SALE Nice. 666-M Barre. FOR 8ALE- Early cut loose hav: E. Carle- ton, 21 Highland avenue, "phone 441-M. 2S8tf FOR SALE 1919 Buick Pix In good rcndl- , .hi- cunripFResor, can run sv men and 2 surface's, with guarantee: for Infor mation write Barre, Vt, Box 47. TtlS LIVE iPL1!011 SLBL F6R"SALE Twemygrade" cowsduT" to frwihen at once: tuberculin tested; John R. Benjamin, Barre, tel. 106-R. ' 286tf HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR BALE Pair of .rrav work horses: weight, 8.000 Ib. ; in lood order : a good logging team ; inquire of F. L. Banrent. East Barre. Vt. 252t ONE 14-PASSENGER SLEIGH FOSfBALE Equipped with brakes good . one to carry school children ; Cutler Bros., Bsrre : phone J60. iiBltf FOR SALE CHEAPBay mare. 10 yrs. old," weight about 1,600 lbs., work single or rW'ble; e'o Percherop mare colt. 18 months old, weight over 900 Tbs., a rood one; will .ll for csh or trade for milch rows: 1. Beck, R. F. Dbox 83,j;heleea. Vt. 24tg FOR SALE A kind, clean-limbed young mare, weighing about 1.800 lbs. ; an Ideal block for someone looking for horse put to gether to stay; will be sold at a bargain, as I have nothing for her to do: H. E. Miles. Fairmont Farm, E. Montpelier, Vt; N. E. tel. 882-2. 245tf FOR SALE Pair of gray horses, age and : weigh better than 2.800 lbs.: to be soli! because of owner's poor health ; inquire of Walter Smith, R. D. 4, Barre. tel. 427-M. Z44U- Old Comfort Sleighs Sleighs With Doors Sleighs With Tops Sleighs With Springs Sleighs for Delivery . Extra Bobs With Shafts VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. COLTON. Manager 4 STATE STREET MONTPELIER CptrTAL Oil FURNACES , 1 i-VJirVi-4 Ull X W lUlilUk) We have left in stock ready for Installa tion only two furnaces. One large, one-pipe . furnace, heating capacity 2.1.000 cubie feet : ' one medium-sited, one-ripe furnace, heating ' capacity 16,000 cubie feet: caa be quickly j installed at a smi.ll expense. If you are .going to need furnace next year you can save a lot m nwucj' us uu tiK uw va these so. THEY ARE PRICED TO MOVE You will say so. MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Tei lift Orange County 'Phoae K. WANTED WANTED A Inehain feed double edger in good running ordrr; rtate iricel D. F. Moriarty. Waitsfleld, Vt. bos . Jt PETER McINTYRE WANTS CARLOAD ef milch cows, calves and snringers ; A. To mai. Barre. or M. Pembroke's Livery Sta ble. Montpelier. ;49tS WANTED, A HOME t'wl'f stive "my B'd -ter doc "Mutt" to anyone out of the elty .1. eive him a good Some: he loves children and is a good pal; B. A. Eastman. Barre, Vt. "WANTED All klr-da of carpenter work ,1. anil oromDtly done: J. A. Field. 1 Washington street ; elethone19-W. SSgtf " WANTED Teams te draw logs In Wash imrttn; s!m men to work in woods and saw mill: apple to F. E. Downing. 22 CHIT HrU Bsrre. tel. 144-W. KStf " DEER SKINS WANTED We have a sps ial outlet foe all cood pelts; also beef hides Wanted at Once No. 1 Maple, either in the log or sawed 12 and 13$ 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. LOST AND FOUND FOl'NO A purse: owner can have hy peev ing oroperty and paying for advertising this effire. j "'rl1 JLOST Boyal Cord tire on rim. sire of tire IS 4 ; lost between Bo. w ooooury ana Hardwiek : will rinder please notifly G. 'sd Brnismin. Hardwiek stare driver? tSltl FOUND Ycuner large white hound: name oa collar looks like "Boy Denton. No. tt" S at Alpha Sherman s. Waitsfield ; owner mav hare same ay ryine charges. LOST Two black and tea hounds m vieiri ity of Gmton. Dee. IS I collars with name of Frank Mssi": tinder please aotify Frank Mrai, 17 Kortney place. Barre. ISStt WANTEDJTO BUY W-AKTEiTouyciowr hay: phe Mont. pelirr T0. . I'"' "WANTF.Dto buy all kinds of household fornilure. bedJiwe. atee, earprts. etc- also old rags, macaainea, ruMwrs and bags: UU 71-R or wri'e Abram Fine. 4 Maple ave. 141 WANTEDTo buy straw at bara : tel. -M. . . !8T'r WANTED TO BUV Seceeid-hand fornttura. tools and stwea : irruire O. Smith, l7 No. M.,a .Inert, lei. If-M. U2X10 FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT "FURNISHED" ROOMTOEXT-Mcderi eonvenieneea : rreuire at 17 Church atreet. Nff FURNISHED-ROOMS TO RENT At M Liberty street : steam heat and elertrie light. tottf MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE PESIRty-. M N W TTH HORSK to work by the ey. hu' rr a.hea or gar. beee er rteenme areued. call ee E. IVr. teii. tS ae,k us,, street, er sekyaesss ! Face, -- "