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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. .THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920.
ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. The ice on Ijike Memphremagog is Mid to be 20 inches thick and roads aid out on it are freely traveled. A Brandon physician recently re noved a piece of glass from the throat if Mrs. James Rowe, sr., of that place, s'hich had been there two months. An amputation at the thigh was nee !sary in the case of Charles Knelling of jfheffield, who was injured by the fall ing of a tree two weeks ago. Gangrene let in. Rev. Henry R. Simonds of East Rochr ster, X. H., has accepted a rail as pas tor from the Advent Christian church Castleton and began his work there ast Sunday. 0. D. Parker, aged 40, a South Lon Jonderry farmer and dealer in real es tate, died Jan. 13. He owned a num ber of farms and bought and sold horses md cattle on a large scale. , He was a native of Windham, but had lived in South Londonderry about 20 years. At the annual meeting of the Shel lurne Co-operative Creamery associa tion, Jan. 13, the reports showed a business of $190,000 in the past year, in increase of $140,000 over that of Ihree years ago. The company's new building js approaching completion and Ihe company hopes to be, doing business ihere in six weeks. , Hans Mayer of Bellows Falls, who sag charged with fishing through the ice in the Connecticut river without a New Hampshire license, pleaded guilty tnd was fined $25 and costs of $6.50. Mayer did not have any fish when tak m into custody and pleaded ignorance f the law. Burt Barnard lighted an oil heatar tnd left it burning in the bathroom of ! is home in Brandon one night recent ly, and then retired. The crackling of lames wakened him and the house was badly damaged by fire and water before :lie blaze was extinguished. Mr. Bar nard escaped only by getting out of an ipper window. The Newport City school board, Mrs. "Jeorge 8. Root, chairman, Judge E. W. Smith, William Tripp, met all the teachers of the city schools Tuesday tnd held an informal conference rela ' 'ive to a request for an increase in mlaries. A committee of four was ap lointed to investigate the increased cost if living for teachers and all other ex penditures. 'r A group of Darinouth students, in uding the president of the Dartmouth fluting club, attempted to do a forty mile trip on snowshoes over the long trail starting in near the Middlcbury rap, thence in a northerly direction to I'ameFs Hump. The first night out they 'pent near Bread Loaf lodge and the following evening found them at the limily Proctor lodge about ten miles north of their original starting place. The "grade" was too much and the journey railed off. Marvin Wooley pf Brookline pleaded fiiilty Jan. 13 to stealing a pocketbook ind $20 belonging to Mrs. Bert T. Rhodes jsf N ew tune and he was fined rMO and costs of $15. Wooley drew the money from a Newfane bank and laid the fine. He was sentenced to three months in the house of correction, but the sentence was suspended during rood behavior. Mrs. Rhodes laid down Her pocketbook in a Newfane store and was unable to find it when she. went Hit. Suspicion pointed to Wooley and when he was arrested he had the pock etbook. He made restitution of the uoney taken, besides paying his fin. i Something which never happened be fore in Caledonia county court occurred Tuesday, when C. S. McLam of Rye fate, who had been drawn as a juror, inked to be excused on the ground that ke was a "conscientious objector." Mr. McLam explained that he belonged to ihe Covenanter church and his religion lid not permit him to take an oath. He said he had never taken the free man's oath, his name was not on the Ryegate check list and he did not see now it happened to be drawn making im juryman. He is an American by birth. Mr. McLam was excused from tervice.Tbe Covenanter church at Rye jate is the only one of this denomina tion, it is said, in thestate. Stanley Fairbanks, who makes his ome at the Central house in Bellows Ktlls, was surprised to find his new (Hit, shoes and a raincoat all missing !rom his closet when dressing to go to i dance last Friday night. The police sere notified of the loss and other ooins of the house were searched and the vest of the missing suit wss found n the room of a man that had left town that day after enlisting In the rmy and being aent to Manchester, N. II. The police of Manchester were no tified to detain the suspected party, hut he failed to show up at the address where he had been sent by the recruit ing officers. ORANGE A few more hsts at post. The goods are up to data and will be good next fell and winter at double the price. Florence Whitcomb, East Barre. A Bargain 15 New Cortland Cart & Carriage Co.'s SLEIGHS Also a nice lot of Cortland Cart L Carriage Co.'s used Sleighs, nearly new, nicely painted and in first-class re pair. One 14-Passenger Sleigh equipped with brakes, one S-Seated Sleigh nearlv new, 1 Two-Seated Surrey Spring Sleigh, 1 Two-Seated Piano-Box Sleigh- Come in and let us show you these goods. I Cutler Bros. Thorte 160 Rear Hotel Barre STATE INDEMNITY ON CATTLE EXPLAINED Commissioner Brigham Also Relates How Tuberculosis in Vermont Herds Cane Be Eliminated. t. Burlington, Jan. 15.ln an address given at the session of the Vermont Dairymen's association to-duy, Com missioner Brigham reviewed the work done in testing herds for tnberculohis under the new law in co-operation with the IT. S. bureau of animal industry. He said in part: "Not one cent of in demnity k now paid by the state for animals reacting to the tuberculin test unless the owner submits his entire herd and agrees to follow a procedure which will produce and maintain a tu berculosis free herd. This procedure must be followed by the owner as long as he owns cattle. If he breaks his agreement and reinfects his cattle he can get no more indemnity from the state. The required procedure is as follows: ' i 1. Tuberculin tests made as often as thought necessary, which is, in most cases, once a year. v 2. Untested cattle must not be al lowed to mingle with the tested herd. 3. Milk or other dairy products fed to calves from outside or unknown sources must be pasteurised. ( 4. Reasonable sanitary measures must be carried out. The U. S. bureau of animal industry co-operates to the extent of paying one half thearequired clerical and veterinary force required to do the work, in fur nishing ear tags and tuberculin and in spectors to see that premises are prop erly disinfected. It also pays very nearly one-half the net indemnity paid farmers. "The new lap has resulted in a great demand for testing. It was estimated that there were sufficient funds from federal and state sources and salvage to test 23,000 head of cattle. On Jan. 8, 1920, 1.761 herd owners had applied for tests of 28,735 bead of cattle since July 1, or more than can be taken care ot oy this vear s appropriation. The farmers now seem to be ready to have their herda tested. On June dl), 1921. when the present appropriation ot $100,000 annually expires, we may ex pect to have freed from tuberculosis 60,000 head of cattle. This will leave 300.000 head vet to be tested. Federal aid. with our present appropriation, will probably enable us to free the state of the disease in 13 years. Many farmers will have to wait years for a test, the disease will develop progressively so that we will have more to pay tor, ana diseased animals are a menace to the public health. A state appropriation of $250,000 will probably be needed to take care of the work at the present rate of demand. With federal aid. this would enable us to clean up the Btate in six years, when the payments for indemnity would be gin to decrease. In seven years testing of herds supplvmit the District ol Co lumbia with milk the percentage of re actors decreased -from nearly 19 per cent to less than 1 per cent. Our dairy products and our dairy cattle would command enoueh hitrher prices in the market to many times offset the ex pense and the public health would be safeguarded. The taxpayers" of the state must decide what policy they wish to pursue to continue the present appropriation for a long term of years before eradication is complete or ,to make a large appropriation, put an end to the expense at an earlier date and have the benefits to be derived from having a state free from bovine tuber culosis." TEACHER SALARY RESOLUTIONS At Adopted By Vermont School Direc tors at Recent Conference. A joint meeting of the state board of education and the school directors of the state was held in Burlington Dec. 18. ' The purpose of the conference was to consider increased salaries for teach ers. About 230 school directors were in attendance. The following resolutions were unan imously adopted: 1. Whereas, the salaries of teachers have been depreciated more than one half by reason of the decline in the pur chasing value of the dollar, and 2. The larger wages and opportuni ties offered by industries have diverted many ambitious young persons from the teaching profession and have also attracted many who were employed in the schools, so that there now exists a great scarcity of teachers, and 4. The welfare of the state and the preservation of Americanization de pends in a large measure upon the character of our schools, and 4. As there is need that the teachers be assisted in their worthy efforts to reach a higher degree of efficiency, Be it resolved: 1. That a real crisis exists in our public school system that threatens a breakdown of our schools. 2. That it is imperative that effec tive measures be promptly taken to prevent disaster. , 3. That it is essential to provide salaries for our teachers which will de cently support them, relieve their un rest and encourage their continuing in the profession of tearhing and promote a i respect for the calling that will as sure a continued supply of capable teachers for the fnture. 4. That there should be a general in crease in salaries of teachers through out the state of at least .0 per cent of salaries as they existed in 101 A before the United States entered the war. I WAR RISK BENEFICIARIES. Policies of Ex-Servic Men May Be t Payable to Many Parties. t'ndcr the new amendment to the wsr'rUk insurance act, which has been passed by Congress and which became a law on Dec. 24, 1019, when it was signed by the president, war term in surance or United.. States government life (converted) insurance policies may be. made payable to any of the follow ing lint of beneficiaries: Parent, grandparent, stepparent, par ent through adoption, wife or hunbaud, child, grandchild, stepchild,, adopted child, brother, sister, half-brother, half sister, brother through adoption, sister through adoption, stepbrother, stepsis ter, uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, brother-in-law, sister-in-iaw, a person who has stood in the relation of a parent to the insured for a period of one year or more prior to the Insured's enlistment or induction, the cniKJten or sucn per uonj parent, grandparent, stepparent or parent through adoption of the insued's wite or husband. The rate pf compensation for disa bility has been greatly increased. A comparison between the amounts for merly granted under the war risk in surance act with those provided by the new law iollows: Temporary Total Disability. , W.R.I. As Act. Amondcd. With iieither wife nor $30 child 4.1 With wife but no child, 4."i With wite and one child 5 With wife and two chil dren r. . , 65 With wife and three or more children .... 73 With no wife but one child 40 With no wife but two children 0 With no wife but three children 60 With no wife but four children W Extra allowance for de pendent mother or de pendent father or both (each) 10 $S0 HO no 9.- 100 101) B0 100 100 103 10 Under the new law there is an al lowance to a man temporarily totally disabled, and with no wife living, of $ additional for each child (in excess of on?), without limit as to number. Total and Permanent Disability. WJU. As Act. Amended. Under the war risk in surance act the same scale applied for total and permanent disa bility as for tempo-' ( rary total disability. ' f A distinction is made between the two in the new law. Under the latter the compen- , sat ion monthly for to tal and permanent disability is Note: (a) Under the new amendment, if the disabled person is helpless as to be in constant need of a nurse or attendant, an additional allowance is provided, in the dis cretion of the direc tor, not exceeding . . . Under the W. R. I. act the same provision was effective, except that a man receiving $100 per month (as outlined in (bl below) could not be given an additional allowance. (b) Both under the W. R.I. act and under the new law compensation for the loss of both feet or both bands or the sight of both eyes, or for becoming hclp- 11(10 20 , less and permanently bedridden is ........ In addition the new law provides that compen sation for the loss of one foot and one hand or one foot and the sight of one eye. or one hand and the sight of one eye, shall be. . (c) The new 1 -provides that for double, total, permanent dis ability the rate of compensation shall be 100 loo loo 2' HI TJ1i new law provides that ah of the impairments mentioned in (bl shall be deemed to be total, permanent dis ability. ' Fartial Disability. The new law proidea: "If and while the disability is rated as partial and temporary, the monthly compensation PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER SURGEON DENTIST Rowland Build'ng. Rosea 1. 'Fbene M-TV. Office Hours : to 12. t to S. and to t : BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS Hr.rQritTr:R vnn ICI.tAFI.K PIANOS. PLATTR PIANOS. VIOROI.AS. P'lM'IK?. HMUBUJ AND SHEET MUSIC Leave ur orders her for Piano Tuning Telephone, !-. narre, i I DR. A. H. SMITH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN z KEITH AVENUE Hours: 1 to 1 J a. sn. : I to . v C1es4 Wednesday gftemoena and ftsta roars FOR PROMPT MOTOR AMBULANCE 5ERVICK. CALL ?-W M. J. WHITCOMB EAT BARRE. VT. Cadertaaer sod Licensed! Ewbahwe ' Trlerhone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance TW-rP-TO-PATE E.ST RIDING Calls frosa a iiaUiw at rsawsaU ratoj A. W. BADGER &. CO.. Barre The Ony Art Assfcataar hi 0 Ol DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN CSV Hi Rem IS. M lea Pef.e-ag Te ot nrr hovr ; if i t sjbv kteaday. Tuesday. Ttaadar W f nday shall be a percentage of the compen sation that would be payable for total and temporary disability, equal to the degree of the reduction in earn - ing capacity resulting from the disabil- itf "If and While the disa- ity bilitv is rated as partial and perma nent, the monthly compensation shall be a percentage of the compensation that would be payable for ' '. total and permanent disability equal to the degree of the reduction in earning ca pacity resulting from the disability Note. In no case is compensation payable for a reduction in earning ca pacity rated at less than 10 per cent. Suicide in Well. Km 1'. Fisher, 55, a Westminster West farmer, was drowned in a well on his premises Tuesday under circum stances which indicated that he threw himself into the well He had been in ill health for some time with a ner vous trouble and had bad luck finan cially. The well was not far from the house and a fence had been built around it to prevent children from fall ing in, so it was necessary for Mr, Fisher-to climb Over the fence before going into the well. He was found there head downward. Mr. Fisher left the house about 9 o'clock, and as he did not return at noon, a search was made, resulting in finding his body. Dr. L. H. Bughce of Putney was called, and he" said death was due to drowning. It was his opin ion also that it was a case of suicide. He said Mr. Fisher had been dead about three hours. - About 20 years ago Mr. Fisher, who was a native of Grafton, went to Westminster West from Saxtons Riv er. He lived first in the north part of the town, then for a 'time on the Mi nard farm, going from there to the south part of the town, on the Put ney road, where he had since lived. His wife, who survives, was Mabel Chandler of Westminster West. He also leaves four children, Hayden, Laura, Pauline and Sarah, and two brothers, Elmer II. Fisher of Saxtons River and Martin Jiaher of (irtfton. Same Here. The thought of what other people have got never disturbs me," said the man of moderate means; "it is only the thought of what I haven't got that makes me sigh." Boston Transcript. Auction Sale City Auction Market SATURDAY, JAN. 17 at 2 and 7 p. m. We shall then sell from our large line of household and miscellaneous goods many useful articles that are not mentioned here. At private" sale we are ev ery day selling furniture, iiron beds, National springs, mattresses, that are bar gains in these times, chairs, wood and willow rockers, some upholstered ; tables, 1 library table, art squares, rugs, door mats, crockery, dinner sets and miscellane ous crockery, cutlery, sil verware, mandolins, 2 cor nets, violins, bows and strings, cottage organs, 1 traverse sled, 1 toboggan, a lady's fur coat, gent's fur coat and raincoat, 1 rifle, 1 shotgun, and many season able articles. 0. H, Ha!e, Auctioneer A NEW DRESS Thinking of having a new dr-.. WJ,, not try I he n-w rirsMmaker from Chi rsgoT Mis B-d-ll has sewed for the best families of Chlrsgn and her wm-k is first eleea. Talk with her. anyway, i hone 12. MISS BEDELL S Washington St PIANO TUNING There are m, 12 ln, 4irrmM , the average piano. Each and every f these parts r-milrea attention reguls.-ly this lima of the yaar more s. than ever. Vhen having .r-rs at Bailey's Muatc Roosm. please srecify B. ARTHUR REED Box US, M'nelKT, Vt. Mont. Tel. ir; ; Raa. 7S-M Bsrre Tel. ,. W HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S. ROWLAND BIHLDING Spec!a!izinfr In Extractfnf and . Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Phone IfS.Jf GAGE & GAGE , Chiropractors t a. m.. TsMttay, Wednesday. Frtdsy " KatordavT S S to n. .. Meetdsy. WedtMsT. Tne-t end rVdsv : 2 to I P an- T-wtay and Tn-4. Mnntt-etW Tvesd-e Tt"rndv end S.rurdv. ia a ta n a. as. Horday. Wednesday and rHday. 1 to ROOM a. rrRRTTR RT.K Hsrre Tel W PERRY & NOONAN tTcrxct-Lt n ruvntAL mtviinKcs Reavitol Ambourars) Ces iba Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Derot Sa, Barre Tel e aeeuc . aW ;llilll if mothers only KNEW; . Thousand ef Children Suffer from Worms . and Their Mathers Do Not Know Wh.t th. Tr.ubl. Is. ' Signs of worms areu Constipation, (our stomach, deranged stomach, swollen upper lip, offensive breath, hard and iulj belly with occasional Hpn, and , fiTOxf TWO WEEKS i amoftC the navel, pal. face of leaden tint. eye., , ,OTra t golA bVrgVr-V?.l heavy and dull, twitching eyelids, itching of estate, which consists of well-timbered farms the nose. Itching of the rectum, short dry and also village property : W. H. Myers. Cur. . ... . ,,, ,,,. . rle cottage. West Danville, Vt. 9tf cough, grinding .of the teeth, Ittles red r . b i , - rr i . T i .FARM 197 acres, will keep 20 cows and team ; points staking out on the tongue, stsrtlnif . enou8rh iumber. pulp and wood to py for during sleep, slow fever. jit: W mile-to school, 1 miles to church and Mrs. H. N. Roberts. 602 Asylum street, ' good village ; terms reaonble or will ex Fltnt, Mich., used Dr. True' Kllxir for her change tor smalt cottage house; pair work little baby girl when she was sick. Mrs. horsns welshing 2,800 lbs.: . B. House. Roberts wrote to Dr. J. F. True ft Co. : Vtra, Vt,, tel. lOiW. - lStf "My little girl Is cured of her worms." And in a later letter wrote: "Bshy is J , fne and I think it waa your medicine. PRHQP TTPTTV ' Dr. Trues Elixir, The Femily Uxti , j re rsmiiy wxsh.w V'ir Jl and Worm Expeller voui child ia ill. start Elixir at once. Buy Dr. True'a Elixir at your dealer's at once. Three sites. Adv. ESTATE OF CHARLES S. LARKIN etsteiof Vermont, District of Washington,! is. The honorable probate court for the district aforesaid, to the helm and all persons Inter- ciieo m me terme or tnanw o. wmim, t rt the city of Barre, in said district, de eas.erf. GREETING: WHERBAS, application hath been marts to this court in writing, by the administra tor. Chaunrey M. Willey, praying for license snd authority to sell all of real estate of asid drreased, to wit: Situated In the city of Barre, in said district, to wit: One build ing lot and home place on South Main strc:?t. representing to said court that it would be beneficial to the heirs and all per sons interested In the estate of said deceased to sell said real estate and convert the same into money. , And bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing of all the heirs to said estate residing in this sute. and setting forth th situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the Sd day ot February, 1920, at the probate office In Montpeiier, in said district, to hoar and decide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered public no tice thereof to be given to all persons intor ested therein, by publishing said order, to gether with the time and place or neannc, three weeks successively in the Barre Dally times, a newspsper which circulates in the neighborhood of those persons interested m said estate, all of which publications shall be niwinui to the rfav assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to j appear before said court, at the time ana place assigned, then and there Id said court to make your objections to the granting of such iirense. if you see cause. r,ivn under my hand at Montpeiier, in said district, this Uth day ef January. 1S2U. ... FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Jsnte-22-18 Stock at Auction ! As I have to buv hay to feed my stock. I have decided to sell the sam at a lift ion on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JAN. 17 at 2 o'clock, on my fsrm on Trow Hill, niar the creanwry. The property con sists of 1 0 Head ol Cattle ALL TUBERCUXIH TESTED . lil'irn a r rfT -irktirc" SIX EXTRA (lOOD LOWS, All frefh: grade Jpraeys; 3 two-year- olds, extra fancy, to freshen in spring; 1 g.od, large "yearling. ' r i . at 1 . . L'.ta . I 1 jernirj SI lixue ui paw. nmr hi ur ,n"tly at t lX&tTjl gin prti afternoon, Jan. 17. EUSTACE RITCHIE, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. Johnston's Sale Stable . 7 South Main Street Barre, Vt. , l have now at my stable sn estra n!r selortion of Horses, comprising Draft. Ext pros and gmerst purpose Chunks, and a fear god lriving Horses. Well-matched Pairs and hiocky-buiit Singles. Describe a few s Pr. Bays, ( yrs. old. weiirh t.JOO : Fr. Blsrks. 4 and . 1.100 1 Pr. Grays. and 1- 9 Hflfl r Rv W . l.A&fl : evtr air Drivine Honrs and some sr.-ond-hsnders. Halanee may be seen at any time at my stable. At wsvs aisds to show and exhibit horses wheth er you tutend to buy at onre or later. If you nave any Korees wnu-n ao not sun ytHir nerds, com rr.d mo and I will try and exchange a-ith you for vood stock that dose uiL Always open call or 'phone me at any time. ARCHIE JOHNSTON. WOULD YOU BUY an insurance pluioy that would gun run tee your never being ac eidentally injured, nor i'l enough to be unable to noik? iETNA Accident and Health Disability INSURANCE cannot quite do tligt, but it can, and does, pay for lo of time nad extra expense due to either injury r illness. It alo fayg for accidental los of limb or i;ht, and creates in estate if death should result from acci-de-ntal injuries. J. W. DILLON, Agent Bolster Block BARRE, VERMONT 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. Three Lines for 25c 1 The Timm will publish Want, Lost and ' Pontiff, fnv Main T T ,mA est, (4 . tisements at the rate of three line !t!niy"!!ve c"Bt" .for !" nn,J lrtion nv cent, for each .ubsequcnt Insertion. lor Bind FARMS FOR SALE N1NE-KOOM HOUSE for sal oTxhala"s for furm; address "D, V. T.," care of FOR THE FARMER ! :We predict the year 1920 will be a year of the greatest pros- perity that the farmer has ever , , . , gn J Oyed. Get established On the right kind and you will be as sured of a steady income and fine living. NO. 1351-THIS FINE 100-ACRE FARM is aituatcd only W miles from Barre City on the main road to East Montpeiier; nrar the village, stores, depot, etc. : it is difficult to secure a better located farm : fields are near, ly . lcvl and very productive) no stone er l!gr: good pasturage: ustimated to be 150. 00" ft. of good soft wood lumber: large nnd ready for the axe: stumpage value should be large in this location : hard wood for farm : the house contains rooms and has recently ben papered and painted; very pleasantly situated : 1 barn 60 ft long and a amaller hrr. : now 60-ft. stab!: light, warm and hanity : this is a 20-cow farm, near splendid market, on fine road and in rood neighbor hood ; would like to sell with all personal rroierty eomptete: 1S rood cows due to freshen soon, several head of young stock; 2 i horses; lot of good fools and all crops are ready to show this property to you. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howlsnd Building. Barre, Vermont GOOp. FARMS Cheap for Quick Sale Mt-N tAPCE FARM dropped on th market for an irk sale: large arrour. nod eouipmente of stork and Har tools that ton rsino ofn find t" the nrir H rrn be bouM for: there are ?Jt seres, about 5 erres of tilUve land, snd ks'snee in ywl nsclnr and woodlsnd: a mod lot ff snfi; wood and large amount of hard wood: snd er plate eonipd for SflO trees in soH hane; a swd 1A-nwm house, r,tenty of bsra. silo, and milking snsrhine: with e rood iwotwnt of ton's to mrry on snrh a fsrm : ?8 head of rattle; 14 rown. S -y-.r-olit hrifera. 7 one-year-old : 1 bul! t twee, swine and noultre; this fsrm 'S situated on a good main road, and rreem is eathered st door, snd only st4 miles from Barre City. SSS-M A VTT.f. -. FM "(HI seres w'h K0 Perm In ferttl fields r wtod n.tir. data nee in pastor and woodland: bnlldlnes ,H rmf-"'.- p-IH.n, with n Isrgw imvlnn ihrnwe. ele-trfa ?!hta. steam hst and ! j 'les t .? w1". ' " i-. moder. )- "htrh TwittaN of rilo and rmn out. nni'mnga, rati muses it vrr ronrnient. hnin HIw -e-nmottons. such e m" sb rsilmnd station ; we run sell tV form with tools at a snrprisJiyrly low owner a., mner B.mee,. :pop further information in rp- t ' ' L property, inauire of J. J. DASHNER REAL ESTATE AGENT Ilowlsnit Bids., Barre Tel. 170 j HOUSES TO RENT jTO RENT Sixtroom cottage, ! Hale atreet, near stonesheda snd Petrless Knitting fac lory : also land for garden ;rent rtasonobk : 'innnire 10" So. Main street, Barre, or tel. ;1-M Montpeiier StStf I TO RENT At ff"B rook street, 'rooms, ! entirely srpsrte; bath, set tubs and hot wa 1 ter. gas and electric lights ; a good tlnc to ksrp boarders or roomers ; Alex. McHaflta, tel. S t-M: E. L. Smith, tel. 11-Y. 17 West sirort. . I4Stf TO RENT A S-reom tenement at 00 North Main street;' inquire at 129 North Main street. 44tf COTTAGE HOUSE "TO RENT On Vine strfrt; Brsr monia ire: apply to ti. vvondsorrn. r.ssimsn omra, narre. zjsu TO RENT We have i or I tenements to rent : 1 on I wle street. I en wrnok street : r,i ,t nur office for full particulars snd rrirra: McAllister a Rent, Z7tr JACKSON BLOCK Fcr rent." a "front Kage. mcnl room, neatly finished ; apply room No. . lttf ANNUAL MEETING ! The annual meeting of the stockholders ef ' th Ouarry Ravines Ilsak A Trust Co. will ' ba held at the banking eooms of said hank in the city it Bsrre, Vermont, em Tuesday. ' Jsnvary 10. 120. at 1C :A0 clock a. m for ithe election of dirertors for the ensuing year ! and for the transaction of nny, other business 1 that may property come before as id meetinff. v.. M. wit-t,bi, Bcretary. Parre, Vt. Itos. 22. 11. I87t;'4 Notice! All sizes of Piston Rinrs In stock from 3-inch to 44 Uich. Sizes to fit 'most any car used, also over-sie rings up to 7 thousandths. Rings are right and the prices are right. A. M. FLANDERS - .- JIELPWANTED MALE VV ANTED- A" miin Ybut".S " 'iut :oun raised letters on Harre granite; ;ii-e fhop, equipped with air tools, .on main strtet, ren ter of town, Ogdennburg, N. V.', on tho St. Lawrence river : lovely place in i ummer ; good schools, churches, board rnd rent very reasonable ; retail shop, not mot .hsn i :nen employed, piece work or by ihe day! mwd chance to net acquainted with retail busi ness ; I can lay out all the lettering if :ec eesary; apply at onee, staling wages una what experience, snd irivins reference, tin gle or married mnn : R. .1. Bowers, lw-ug Ford atroFUrigUnburg. N. Y. 26619 HiAMS'ffcRWANTED Apply to l' A. Slayton. -56tJ!! ONE"BED-SEWeR and J mrfare riiachine mm wanted; steady Jobs; N. Pelagin Co.. Northfleid,Vt. It8 r lkST-CLASS BOARD AWYER vnanted ; aUo camp cook ; Metnaered Lumber Co., Groton, Vt SS3t WANTED, TEAMSTERS For woods" snd main road; iiB.SO per day, with 60c bonus ; Green Mountain Lumber Co., Middlesex, Vt., 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 THE 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 H SINGLE AND FAMILY IF ANY: AGE. REFERENCES. WAGES DE SIRED. ETC.; APPLY BY LETTER TO "FOREMAN," CARE BARRE DAILY TIMES. ' 50tli! WANTED Fifteen granite quarry men ; all winter job; surface quarry; 45c an hour mh-lmum, 8-hour day; E, R. Fletcher, Wood bury, Vt. mji nmi WANTED Laborer endearpentr. good pay, long: Job, board and room on prem ises ; Walter E. Dix, BpringSeld. Vt gOZtf HELP WANTED FEMALE GIRL WANTED -- Ono who can" room at heme; M ' eona Pitkin, il JefTerson re I tel. 85-W. 266t t H AMRERM A I D W ANTED Waterbury Inni Waterbury. Vt. 2681 f WANTED TWENTY-FIVE YO UNG 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 ti.W PER WEEK ; TRANSPORTATION WILL BE PAID AND BOARD AD VANCED: NO LABOR TROUBLE I WRITE IF INTERESTED, AND OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL AR RANGE FOR N INTERVIEW: ADDRESS CHENEY BROTH ES, EM PLOYMENT BUREAU, tSOUTH MAN CHESTER, CONN. i52t WANTED AT ONCE A girl or middle- aged worran for general housework ; inquire at 10S 8outhMsin street, Barre. 242tf "WANTED7 MiddWged woman for gen. eral housework; small family, good wages and steady work ; E. R. Fletcher, Woodbury. Vt. 284tS2 MALE AND FEMALE HELP GOVERNMENT CLERK ilxaminations VeS mont Mar. : men, semen, 18-6U: hun dreds needed; 1100 month: exoeriemee un necessary: for free particulars writ Ray mond Terry (former civil service examiner!. i Continental bldg . Washington. "M'! HELP WANTED Young men and women to take positions aa attendants at the Ver mont Stat Hospital for the Insans at Water bury ; to those who deeire, nn opportunity of fered to attend nurses' trtmilng course; ap ply at hospital. Waterbury. Vt. lsif BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES A LARGU CORPORATION IN THE SOUTH ARE BUILDING A BAT TERY OF POLISHING -MACHINES: LIGHT OF 'XHKM AT PRESENT. WITH ROOM FOR EXTENSION FOR FOUR MORE : TWO MODERN SAWS. WITH ROOM FOR ONE MORE: NO CUTTINO WILL BE DONE: SELL ING SLABS TO THE TRADE WILL BE THE SOLE BUSINESS; WE WILL SELL TO A PRACTICAL MAN THE CONTROLLING INTEIiEST ; FI NANCIAL CONSIDERATION IS NOT OUR CHIEF AIM ; WK WANT THE MAN WHO CAN PRODUCE THE BEST POLISHING IN THE SOUTH : THE PARENT CORPORATION WILL HANDLE THE SALES AND GUAR ANTEE ORDERS FOR 1 YEARS, OR LONGER IF NECESSARY : OUR CLI MATE HAS NO COLD WINTER. AND WE ARE SITUATED ONLY A SHORT DISTANCE FROM ONE OF THE LEADING SOUTHERN CITIES ; RE PLY IN STRICT CONFIDENCE TO "P. W. P.," TIMES OFFICE. 262t6 WANTED WANTED T know the address of he lady frwn Groton. Vt. who w-ote The Post for the addresa of the West Wind.or man ; ad dress "Gentlemen." Barre Daily Tim. WANTED A I.aneehain feed double edtrer !n good runnine order: state pries! ! f. Moriarty. Wait.tield. Vt, bos 4. SoOtfl " WAVTKD- All " kirds of "carpenter worV n-aljy and promptly done: J. A. Field, la WabingtonBtreet : telephone 19-W. ISStf " WANTED Teams te draw logs in Wash ington : alo men to work In wends and saw mill : anplr to T K L Downing. M jn.IT rtrnet Parre. tel. 144-W. una KKIVS WAKTET) We have a spe- isl outlet for nil good pelts: also beef hides and eslfskins ! E. H. BUrton. agent, 14 tib .r4. Barret tel. 1-R. KM Wanted at Once No. 1 Mapie, either in the log or sawed 124 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 LOST Tws black an3 ton bounds in icin ftr of Gm.on. Dec. ; collars wtth nsm ef Trsnk Masi" : tinder pkswe notify Frank Jtfeei, IT Kortney place. Harre. IMt' NOTICE Nctiee :a herebr eiven tbt he nertnrship k. ! si Nsl n b-we Wi"m K. Wwers 'and t. John Pos-crs uo-ter the nsm rf -toe. i rrs Bros, was dissolved on the Id -tsT f i jsr.ur.r. l20. he nivtoal resent. All debts S,win o th p-d T-srtnhin are .a ba r leclitH by 'sld R John Krrm. and all ee iarrnds en h ".d rer.ner.hip are to he pre s--"' t mm loe psym.m. The ed busins be centlnued by R. Jc'-n Pe"TTS. individually. prd Jsnaary t. 12. ica-tos Ford 0-demk-w. V Y. WIT t KM R. JOHN ROWERS. Tstl SEE US IN OUR KKW LOCATION r siaar ready ta serve hoeb , lewve-a with a high grale of Jeese-y. Repair we-rV -osrsntd. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ; KLM STREET OLE AGENT FOR -BOSTO.il AMEElCAJf" ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IX THE T I M E S AND G M T SURE RESULTS FOR SALE FOR SALtS 1 viry nice northern eoon coat, cot n trimmed, very little worn ; size 62 or 64 ; 6i) inches long price I200.0S ; address P. O. Bo 413, Wells River Vt. 5616 rOtt SALE My fox hound "Luiia.",lTavin"g no further use for her this season ; will sttli at a bargain ; B. A. Eastman, Barre, Vt . "8 FOR 8AIE--76 "tone "of Tjo. "l hay : inquire of 8. Miner, R. F. D. 4. Barre, VL: vele phone connection. n68tll! H A Y "AND i W'OODFO r"s A lNo7"1 hay : ! both dry and green hiockwond ; Inquire W E. Tucker, Barns, R. I). 4, People's 'phone S-Sl Washington. i"65tl2" FOR SALii At bargain prices, a large vari- ety of art squares end other floor cover Ings, and wall paper; also brass and enamel stntl beds, mattresses and springs ; buy now and sava money ; L. F. f'ortney. Plainfield mv OLIVER T V P E W R ITE R FOR SALE In good condition ; apply at Ceo' & Watkins. Depot square. 264tS KD-ROOM""STfFfE and a fewJieees"" erf furniture forsale at 6 Shrrtstra?t.254t3 WOOD. CORD AND BLOCK, drjr ieVtsoned; for sala in car lots, immediate delivery, o. b. Bolton; Box IB. Jonesvllle. Vt. 36tt FOR SALE A sTood- Weiilrurtoa upright piano i also a P. P. Stewart heater in irooe' eonditwjnj apply to Allan McLellan, Granite-' vllle;yt! . ii'tP TWO BARBEiTCHAlRaTkWBENClT" fOR SALE Quartered oak 1 M. L. Baker, rioinfield. Vt. 261tl FOR T'8AT.E Sawdustr3e bu. ; millsl"aBs, 2.1!6 nn ; stove wood, 18.26 run, all dry . Ludirer Cnmire, tcl. 807-26. 261tl CI-KNWOOryE COALAND CAS COMB- NATION RANGE for sale; used only months, good as new; price reasonable: ad .Tf?. H ' Times office. 20tl2 FOR" SA LE-tfnivenwT mUkirHr machine com' plete with 76 feet of pipe; used only 4 month ; a bargain ; G. A. Morris, Marshfleld, ; 24tia FOR SALE-ijsving sold my farm. I will sen at once the following property : Registered Jerney bull 18 monUis old. fresh Jersey cows 8 Jersey cows to freshen in about Z months, 1 beef cow, a shoats, 1 brown mare BMi yrs. old. weight 1,250 tbs. : 1 whito horse, IS years oll. weight 1,200; 1 United States s-H.f. gasoline or kerosera engine. I hame power sawing machine, saws. No. 17 Do Laval separator. Curtis Easy Pull soreader. steel farm truck. 20 tons nice hay, Deering mowar. hone rake, cutaway harrow, w seder, eulltvator. 700 tbs. phosphate. 10 cords wood, buckboard. ealf power, grindstone, pair work harnesses. 1 driving harness, washing rna chine. milk cans, 2-horse traverse sleds. I wood-shod sled, new seeder, about 100 tbs. farm seeds, clover, grass, etc., and other articles too numerous to mention ; for fur ther narticulara write or 'phone G. A. Mor r PJh address Marshfleld, Vt. J48U2 K N 1 TTI N f J Y A R N for sj direct" from manufacturee at 12.2 a pound: made of Maine fleece wool and thoroughly scoured: alec a greet bargain in aray at tl.60 ; write for samples: IL A. Bartlett, Harmony, Ma. 244t2 FOR SALE Nice, dry hard wood; toL S66-M Barre. H3tf FOR SALE Early euFioose bay; ETCsrlf ton, 21 Ilitrhlnnd avenue, 'phone 4-M. SSftf FOR SALE ltl(t Bulck "'SigVa"avod eondi". ion : also ;iir eomnressor. can run 20 men and 2 surface-, with gun-antee: for Infor mation write Barre, Vt., Box 84". 47tl2 LiyETatOJRALE FOR SALE -Jersey row. ust f reshenrd : -n. bfrcun trd : price rieht r Forrest DWnV wattr, Manbfleid, Vt ; Orange Countv HSStS FOR RA Lit One rraistered Holstein buIU iTdv fcr light service: 1 registered urn. n. k.,11 Aie S . U- ) A ; ci-; md a number of younr registered Mol atrin bull calves that we will sell cheap ra . we nc"d the room: ft will pay von to tee heme if you are in the market; their brd-' in ! great; A. T. Smith at 8on. Barre. Vt., tel. W4-M. , -ttit FOR SALE Twenty grade cows, due to freahen at onee : tuberculin tested ; John R. Benjnmin, Barre. tel. 106-R. 285tf HORSES AND VEHICLES ONE. i4-PASSENGER SLEIGlFfOR SALE Equipped wtth brakes a good n to rsrry school children; Cutler Bros., Barre: 'Dbone 160. Qltf "" FOR SALE ATind, clean-limbed young n-srr weighing about 1,100 tbs. : an ideal blc k for someone looking for a horse put to gether to stay; will be sold at a bargain, a I have nothing for her to do: H. E. Milea, Fairmont Farm. E. Montpeiier, Vt; N. E. t-L 88-2. Z4tf " 'TOR "SALE Pair of gray horse, age I and 6 : weigh better than 2,800 tbs. ; to be sold because of owner's poor health : Inauire of Walter Smith. R. D. 4, Barre, tel. 427-M. S44tl 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 STATK 8TRKET MONTPELIER SPECIAL PRICES ON ODDS AND ENDS 1 Sscond-Hsnd Cortland 8leigh. a good one $! 1 ne-w Comfort Sleigh i0.o 1 new Driving Harness 13.54 1 new Driving Hsrneas ta fSt.M HafV nsil JI M 1 Second-Hand Hs races t.90 1 set of new Single Ream Logging Slrds I regular price $ti.M Jt.tt 1 nearly new Circular Saw caen plete with blade I4.M 1 new Circular Saw complete with blade M M 1 new ( VH.P, Engine, complete with magneto 14I.M 1 new fl-H P. Engine, complete with magneto If M t Corner Hajr Racks treat irant 1.10 1 neve International Cream Separator at half nrice 0. 1 fteeeed-Hsnd International Cream Separator I 4. 1 Second-Hand Broncho Saddle, dandy M M Prices withdrawn as a-oods are sold. This is only a small list af adds and ends. not our regular stock. MARSII-ALLEN CO. E. Tel. 140 Orange Ceetnty 'Pnone N. A SLED is no better than its shoes. If you have to nut new shows on sled very year, the npkaep is too heavy ia ex pense snd, time weted. even if the sleds .-est little te buy. We hv sleds built fw Vermont conditions, with rhrwa erf specislly hardened metal, that wrill last lifetime. They are right in every way. MARSII-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. 14 Ornnee Cewnte Pboe ' DeLavaiSepa rators NEW LOT IN No, IS capacity. Tir Tbs No. 17 rapacity. 1.00 lbs. fan tpj kmgne tTord .to be without ana RenKBiber, we exchange. MARSII-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. lib Orange County 'Phew WANTED TO BUY r RF.SH BITTER, rtOKET end maple wsnted: wies or write : r- rF'ry. I'ridrrpoet. Ccmn. Tiitl ' AVTETVTo koy all kfnels hauseheM fnrnlture. brM,n. slews, earpeta. eec s'-e M rg. maeasrasa, ruiwers ar-a vmw : 1-Rec write Abram Fine, 4 Maple sv. 4t? wfANTrO T boy ateaw at bam: -M. :-nf ' . l. A trM iMin t aula- X Ne. I Vria Street, let. T'- M-t? 0 FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT "" rrKNWED POOVS TO RENT it M LWrt stray : stasia heat and si., tra- liees etf MISCELLANEOUS ANYONE PESIRTNG VSN nH HO BAR ta, arwk by the day. Wsl.e a-laes wr gar ear ear cleaning an aswawd. call wa &. l"- tmi. fm:h aj.a sersww aw wjye.vw rasa, - sir t