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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1920.
9 ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Section!. Lyndonvllle is io have a dintriot urse and the 1'x-al Red Ciohr will pay (he expense for three months et leant. ! Mr. Mary Prindle, who would have been 98 years old had she-lived until April 7, died at her home in Crsnd Isle fan. 18. . Fred Sumner of Salisbury lot a var iable yearling last weak when it fell Into ithe manger ami was not able to t out- It was found dead one morn- C Among it he deaths in Castletou dur ing 1919 . were one person over 97 fears of age, one over 93, three who were 80 and 11 who were over 70 years 1L ' THE COMMON COLD. not knowingly give a fold to anyone else, but this is exactly what you do A Plain Talk About This Much, NegJwhen you till the air about you with a. t. i permit in a poui'li or- Htippze. icvicu nuucui. ; .. , , . , . i A DcrsoH with n cold shmild not kiss mi 11 . t.l.l i L .. .1 . 1 ne roia I pruuuuiy me ruiiimuut-si, j anvbouv illness during the winter months in the I nited JStHteit. It is an inflammation of the imicwis lining ef the nose and throat usually due to germs. It shows itself by sneeasing, by dryness of the nose, and general discomfort followed by difficulty in breathing and a watery later purulent discharge from the nose. It is of the greatest importance to fix in' your mind firmly the fact that colds are dangerous,. The germs may spread to other parts of the body, attacking the ear, lungs, heart, joints, kidneys and brain. A so-called cold may be the only sign of the start of tneaBlea, whooping cough, diphtheria or scarlet fever. .Never neglect a cold, for, paradox ically, it may not be a true cold, but may be nature's warning signal of tbe approach of a very serious illness. How Cold Develops. When your body is in good health and in good eondition, externally aod Truman Newton, who died at his kome in Vergennes Thursday, had 1 internally, vour system will "throw cnea tne age oi jm years, ror bu rears he had lived in the house where ke died. 'Of the 72 places in New England where weather records are kept and reported to the Boston office, Enosburg falls, with its December record of .8$ inches precipitation, showed the mnall- amount of any of them. Lyman Rice, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren M. Rice of Burlington, agg badly scalded the middle of the sreek, as he was chasing a poodle dog lownstairs, and fell over a pail of wa ter at the foot of the stairs, which was to be used for mopping. The burns were on various parts of his body, but ke is recovering. off" a cold before it starts. Health is nature's defense against illness. A cold will develop if the general re sistance of the system is not great enough to withstand the poisonous ac tion of the germs that settle in the nose and throat. The more poisonous the germ and the lower the resistance particularly of a child the more chance there is for a cold to develop. One "catches eold" from someone else who has a cold. When you have a cold you may know that you "caught it in one of these ways: By direct contactfor example, kiss ing; or shaking hands and later carry your own hand to your nose or month. By bein nearby when someone with a cold coughs or sneezes. A cough or sneeze forces a host of germs into the air; you breathe them in. By indirect contact for example, us ing the same handkerchief, towel, drink ing eup, or eating utensils used by a victim of a cold. Children particularly are prone to "catch eold" bv using the "family hand kerchief." or by using the same pencils or toys, or by "swapping" chewing gum or candy. How Resistance Is Lowered. There are always germs in the nose and throat. These are made harmless The Swanton village electric power , by he protecting substances of the ervice has been out of commission healthy blood. If these substances are lince Jan. 19, due to the extra cold lost. tllen the resistance of the body to leather, ice forming which clogged the I aease is lowered, ana trie germs can sater wheel which turns the acnera-. develop and produce a cold. Resistance Never handle a child after using your handkerchief, without firHt washing your hands. (The hands of the baby and child go to it mouth so often that whatever touches its hands also touches its month.) Do not let anyone with a cold come near your baby or child. When your child has a cold, wipe its nose with squares of clean old linen or giiuze. Throw these, after using, into a paper bag and burn them. Soiled handkerchiefs must be carefully boiled. Because it cannot move about, the baby is protected to some extent from infection. But if someone with a cold must handle the baby, she should first wash her hands and wear a piece of gauze over the nose and mouth. The Senate in the Balkana. Iu adopting a resolution supporting the claims of Greece to territory in Thrace the Senate is guilty of a cur ious and also glaring inconsistency. On what ground can it show such con cern in a question affecting the Bulkan peninsular when no treaty has bcn negotiated for the partition or reorgan ization of that region anil, furthermore, when no decision has even been reached, through final action on the Versailles treaty, as to this country's future policy toward purely European ques tions. There are robust opponents of the Versailles treaty and the league of nations in particular, Borah, Reed, Johnson fc Co. who insist . that the treaty Hhould be defeated outright in order that, there may be no departure from our traditional isolation in for eign affairs. Mr. Lodge has given thehi very much of his sympathy. It is a wonderful Senate! The All toys, pencils and other utensils thought of- participating in the "broils .' .. .... ... I.I I. ...... . U ........ I. 41. 1, ..,.. tf iia . Alonzo McDonald, who has trained ome of the greatest race horses in the rorld and is connected with the grand rircuit, has purchased the Walter B. Field farm in Ferrisburg and, being well along in years, will make it his kome. Plans are being made for a large horse barn, equipped with every siodern convenience and device for the are of valuable horses. lor and nlso packed in and froze on the jates. The Remington plant, long idle, sas steamed up and furnished power to colds is lowered by 1 Chilling especially through wet and cold feet. Infants may become r ( 1 .11 , 1 ... f. - .1. M for l-ehta at niirht. but all nlant uaimr ?" "ea Dec.R,lse OI MIariTa " lav oower had to close ud or use somS WV, and a so by exposure after be- ttf... ng overheated through overdressing. . " I 15 Loss of sleep. Plenty of sleep Is natures great restorer. In the oral j nary terms, it "restores vitality." 3 Over-eatinir. which daces too Training Worth While. The recent report issued by the fed-1 tax on the stomach and bowels, ral board for vocational education re- inviting constipation or indigestion, feals that twenty-four odd thousand .Under-feeding, which makes a poorly lisabled soldiers, sailors and marines ! nourished bodv and weakens it. Wrong ire oeing retrained in a wide vane- composition of food, or a poorly bal ,y of vocational occupation. An out- snced diet, which does not supply the nanaing leauire or tne report is me body with the proper combination of eiraining wnicn is oeing graiuea io me growth or health elements jumps and other women who took an j 4--Oon?tipation. People who keep ictivge part n the winning or the war their bowels open by proper eating and ind were disabled while performing . proper living are always freer from '.heir duties. j disease. - ' The report-showed that approximate-' 5 Lack of plenty of fresh air espe !y 34 per cent of the entire number j eially breathing a dusty atmosphere, ire enrolled in trade and industrial ti Rickets. roups; about 32 per cent qualified for) 7 Overwork, whether physical or business and commercial training; more mental. A physically exhatiHted, "worn ihan 18 per cent ore fitting themselves out" body is in poor shape to fight in- for agricultural pursuits with strong 1 lection. 8 Adenoids and large tonoils. They are "nests" for germs. indications that the percentage of those taking agriculture will be more :han doubled ; only IB per eent were jiven professional studies. The number of vocations in which t ..... .. i.;n .. ... .any and varied. In the trades, alone, "'T"P, coIJ of tha P'TSfJ". ,en re hW fitted far the , xnert ! the bab-Y niay mean s death-dealmg sae of every know tf tool in any me- Results of Infection. The younger the child, the more dan gerous is the result of the infection. rhsnical field. Those veterans who are taking in it ruction in business and commerce in rariably aspire to administrative posi tions. In the profession 1,555 have thosen scientific courses. The study of medicine finds 598 enrolled. Theology being closely studied by about 60 ceterans. A careful survey made by officers pf the federal board for vocational duration has brought to light very few who were diatified with the raining given them. Lvery effort lias been made to see thst the retraining f these men ha been completed in ev sry detaH, and thtme whose courses have Seen finished are now embarked upon a rivil career, capable of commanding ig pay, independent in the knowledge (fctt they are masters in their partic liar lines, and extremely grateful to ;he government which has made all this soeaible. Something Else Atin. Employer How much salary da you Sfsnt! Applicant Seventy-five dollars a seek. i Employer Good morning! The posi iion pays only a salary, not wages. Buffalo Express. Old Age Endowments pneumonia. After the germs have gained an en trance to the body, they may be car ried by the blood to various organs, producing valvular heart disease, rheu matism, kidney disease or meningitis. A eold may be the forerunner of tu berculosis often railed "consumption." Adenoids are not only usually the result of repeated colds, but once estab lished they invite more cold. A eold lowers the resistance, so that children having a cold are more likely to catch the acute infectious diseases such as measles, scarlet fever and diph theria. Infants that have colds are apt to develop serious feeding disturbances. A cold interferes very seriously with the nutrition of an infant, because it cannot nurse well when its nose is stopped up. Summing it up: A cold must never be neglected, or regarded as "of no im portance." The person, young or old, who has i cold, is in shape to take many other diseases of a most serious nature, or to develop chronic troubles of a most dangerous kind. If you have a cold, do not pass it on to your neighbors, little or big ones. You must see to it that the discharges from your nose and throat do not come in contact with anybody else. Always cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneering, l oil would that have been used by a child with a cold must be carefully boiled and washed before they are given to anot It er child. What to Do When Your Child Haa a Cold. 1 -Put the child to bed. Keep it quiet in bed so long as there is fever. In cold weather do not allow the child to go out until all signs of the cold have disappeared. ii Consult your physician. 3 At the onset of the cold, give a cathartic, such as castor oil; after that takes effect one daily movement of the bowels is sufficient. 4 Diet. When a baby has a cold, reduce the diet one-third. If the fever is over J01 degrees reduce one-half. The diet of the child should be simple: ce reals, broth, milk and fruit juice. Give plenty of water to drink. ' Beware of the Common Cold. Everybody is constantly exposed to colds. Keep the body In the best physical condition and yon will prevent most colds. Keep the body clean, Inside and out. Exercise in the fresh air; steep in well-ventilated rooms. Children should sleep 10 to M hours. American Child Uygicne Association. Government by Mystery. I Just what the row is all about in the French Chamber of Deputies is not clear. But then, nothing ever is clear about French politics at least from the small part of the story which the outside world is permitted to hear. It was so all through the war. It has not changed. There was a startling example of this mystery-manipulating a few days ago. One morning we read that Premier Clemenceau could be president of France if he cared to. There was anoth er candidate in the field, but he was not to be taken seriously. The following morning we read that Premier Clemenceau had been defeated. That was all. There was no explana tion, either of the defeat or of the se crecy, though it must have been known days beforehand that M. tlemenceau was at least in danger of a beating. A similar mystery enshrouds the Rus sian question. A week ago yesterday a flood of news about the Russian situa tion was suddenly let loose. Its com plexion was all of the red military men ace. The next day a second flood of Rus sian news was released, of quite a dif ferent complexion, tending t justify the allies' chang of policy in lifting the blockade. The inference was that the first batch was released by the British war office of Europe" through the league of na Hons has virtually wreckeu thai hon orable body as an agent in treaty making. For six -months it has been unable to perform its constitutional function. Its members are ftill light ing like desperadoes in Cowboy town over article 10, No "moral obligation" even to help preserve European peace against external aggression will ever be tolerated by Mr. 'Lodge. Yet now the same Senate, "by rising vote," takes the plague spot of Europe to its starched and spotless bosom by telling Europe how the Balkan pen insular should be partitioned. The Senate is in a class by itself. It ia not extreme to say, quit sober ly judging it strictly by its per formances that it is capable of more effrontery than any other highranking legislative and quasi diplomatic body on earth. We must do Senator Borah the justice of recording the fact that he said Thrace was "none of our busi ness," and lie was right under the cir cumstances. But what if it is "none of our business" with the treaty in limbo? Is not the presidential elec tion comine. and are not the senator ial politicians playing for the Greek been left in the dark as to the avail ability of Mr. Hoover and the large likelihood that the Democratic party would nominate him if the Republicans failed to select him at their earlier con vention. No tnan ever occupied so cu rious a place as this in politics before. The World sets forth the reasons why each party is suspicious of bis stand ing; the Democratic politicians because he has been a lifelong Republican and Progressive, and the Republican politi cians because he advised a Wilson Con gress two years ago. But parties have swallowed more crow than this, and may to so again. Boston Heraid. CASTOR I A S"or lufantM and Children. Gn Use For Over 30 Year 9 Always bears tbe PnamrB of Three Lines for 25c "elp wanted-male FOR SALE Th Time will m.hli.k Went tmt snd "AWTIU ! irst-class all-round mon, one ; run oxu,-lland-mjule sleisn, mandrel. 100 Found. FoTsnl. X Lrt d"r- ' 'ht ' '". ""'"h. "1 a 'vr ft. 1 H-inch ro,. Ion .nd short chain. : Sni- a th rntif fi Hn iulred In biil plsnt ; we will psy i Crahsme fcu.te, ,l.n. 66Z-M, 41 Hubbard iZnSLnXflZJX S.t-tU.r Mum tk. bill for ,.mn of this derip. i.tr.-, Mont,riler.... 2Wtf five cmi FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE House and barn ut 73 "Hill ntrat: inquire of G. . Bern, room S3, Milm buiidinx. JB7tf ... for each .abaequeat fn,ertion. f.'S rHiZ ' tuS ' WK f 1 Z7??1? lT WANTEDBeil buy' Hi ' ones"; ' Hotel Burr. '25-12. ' '265tt ''m9 'SBVOMMIAND MOiLfeKS TOK SAL&-To YOUNG MEN for railway mail cltrk. tUO 75-H.K locomotive tyita, atveral brick imd month; experience annectwary; Tor free, ,' reUrrn tubular; D. K MeCleary, liiS South particular examination!, write K. Terry for- ,' Mnn street Hat-re, Vt. ; u,i. 227-X. bSvS for fam" addr -Drv ''V''g ! Washington, ! C. 1 tOCKtttELH OK SALE Inquire at 4H Timea. ?8ut8 ' WANTED A icood man to bankei for rn" j Mapl avenue or tel. 71S-J Karre. X4t8 vrin iii"OTvnutuo-'i " - j 't cutter ; steady job: the Fink Bros. Co., i KOH SALE Dining room "set," all "oak " 1-6 iOTl THE NEXT TWO WEEKS I am offer. U018 Snrinir lirr,v pnu. nincinnat . Ohio. 1 ,h i,u a , i UT!1 A.? " ' - -.,( ' " .1, t buhci, 4 UlU UBY. 6 I enport, 1 center table. 1 iron bed. 1 small WANTED "Machine polinhtr at once: apply I library talbe, quartered oak, hijrhly Jjoloihed or 'phone Wm. B. Jonas Granite t'a, tuble; leaving city; Inquire, 6 Mt. Vernon Williamstown, Vt. 1(6 flace. inr several extra good bareaina in real estate, which consist of well-timbered farm and also villaire property : W. H. Myera, Cur rier eottnxe. West Danville, Vt. 4'Jtt FAKM 17 acres, will keep 20 ows and team enousrh lumber' nuln and wood to Bar for ' WANTED Two mim to letter and carve CADILLAC, 1818, S-paaaenavr touring- .r It iWWl-toto rtJSf and would prefer m;n who could lay for e ; H.ro.d Fitu. ui. w Barre, jiWtf . i .ii . . ... 1 rtiif. thru nun UKum . - lu. Att wn.k in hnnliMl t liUii'l' L.'h. ua k ... .... . jrooo viuajre; terms reasonable or will x- , r :7, -"""r'.r " . Z I v i-r. rrw cam nncK Jor rale ehanire tor small eottaire house horses weighing 2.H00 lbs.; E. Barre. Vt., tel. 105-J. nair work Ibuildln; Elmer S. A (wood, Haverhill Gran. 6. Hooae, !i .Worka, Haverhill, Mas. J6M I8tf PROSPERITY FOR THE FARMER ! WANTED Fifteen irranite auarrymen : sli winter job; nurface quarry; 46c an hour mfi-lmum, 8-hour day : E. R. Fletcher, Wood bury, VU 235162 WANTED puy. lonir job. board and room on pre-m- iaea: Walter E. Dix. Sprinirneld. Vt 202tf Strong- Hardware Co., Burliniiton, Vt. t'OMME NCING" JAN. ifl.i ahaifg?vaa uis eiiot for cash only; VZi per cent on my entire stock, not including groeeriea. eiBsn. and tobacco: now is the time to buv: ihia Laborer and" earpentera, goodlaaio for a limited time only; E. E. Max. iimu, r laiiiuein, vt. "EeatT enjoyed. Get established on the right kind and you will be as sured of a steady income and fine living. ESTATE OF ALEXANDER CORDON Slate of Vermont, District of Waahineton, St. jWe predict the year 1920 will The honorable probate court for the di- u ji trirt aforeaaid, to all persona Interested in 1 De a year Of the greatest pTOS- tm; wiate of Alexander Gordon, late of the ! it.i (L t. city of Barre, in .aid diatrirU deccaaod. i Perlty tftat the farmer HES erer ! GKFETING: WHEREAS, said court haa sasigned the 4th day of March nixt for examining and aliening the account of tbe administrator of the estate of said decerned and for decree of the residue of said eatate- to the lawful claimant of the aame, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all pernona inter ested in said estate br publishing this order three weeks euccnwively previous to the day assigned. In the Barra Daily Times, a news, paper published at the city of Barre, in suld distrirt. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate oltke in Montpelier, in said district, on the day asjiigiicd. then and there to contest the allowance of anid account if you aee cause, and to establish your rtgnt as heirs, legatee and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 24th day of January, 1V20. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. Jan26Feb2- ESTATE OF WARREN CURTIS State of Vermont, District of Randolph, as. Ths honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persona interested tn the mttmt nf Vt'ftmn riirtU tat nf Wnsh. VOte, whatever It may amount to and i inrtoti, in said district, deceased, GUEET- it niuv Ka wnrtli huvinir in a cbiuet ('Mil - t J ' ' tsst at the polls Hpringfifld Kopubli- trsn. WHEREAS, said court ha assigned the loth day of February next for examining and allowing the account of the execu tor of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful rlnimanta of the same, and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persona interested in said estate by publish- NO. 1SCI THIS FINE 100-ACRE FARM hi situated only 4 u. miles from Barre City on the main road to East Montpelior; near the villae-e, stones, depot, etc.; it ia difficult to secure a better located farm ; fields are near ly level and very productive: no stone or bfhew; good pasturage: eatimaaed to be 150. fluu ft of good soft wood lumbwr; large and rwdy Tor the axe ; stum usee value should be large In this location ; hard wood for farm ; tha house contsfns 7 rooms and has recently been papered and painted ; very pleasantly s-.tustad; 1 barn 60 ft. long and a smaller bam: new 60-ft. stable- light, warm and handy ; this is a 20-eow farm, near splendid marktt, on fine road and in good neighbor hood: would like to sell with all personal rnwerty complete: IS good cows due to frwihen soon, several bead of young stock; t homes : lot of good tools and all crops ; we are ready ia show this property to you. The World and Hoover. The New York World, one of the most influential newspapers ill Ameri- I n this order three weeks successively pr oa, particularly iu the shaping of Di-m- I us to the day assigned, in ths Barre Dailj ocrstic policies, comes out with an edl- i 'SkX nwl"' published at Barrg City, torlal covering half its editorial pae, j THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to ill which it commits itself to the can- i appear at the pmbate office in Chelsea, In didsry of Herbert Hoover, in these j iA rtistrict on the day assigned then and . J ' f there to contest the allowance of aald ac- a ords: J count if you see esuse, and to establish your We should be jfiad (o support Mr. right as heirs, legatpes and lawful claimants Hoover ga the Democratic candidate t 10 r"u- , - . , ... .i . (!( n under my hand, this 2 3d day of for president on a platform thst rep- jjauury, io. resented the historical principles of the ; ' CEORGE L. STOW, Judge. Democratic party. We should be glad ;nn2F4i- to support htm as an independent can- j didate on a platform of progressive lib eralism. We hould not hesitate ESTATE OF JAMES A. WAl KF.R n ... The undersignid. having been appointed by support him as the Republican candi-j,h. bon.b:e probate court for the district (late on a platform representing the of WashiihrHm. commiaeioners, to receive, kind of government which Mr. Hoover 'amine, and adjust tha claims and demands 1. , ' ., i : ,i , ,i v :.. ....!.:: .- i all tiers ns against the estate of James A. has exemplified m his public career. w.lkrr. laf of the city of Barre, in said This IS going a good . ways for the 1 district, deceased, and all claims exhibited tn World, since it is not inconceivable that thereto, hereby give notice that we will tha 0.nt,Ki;ni.. u.;n v,:m, , niO't for the purpoae aforesaid, at the Gran- the Republicans will nominate him; j lte gvln Hanl 4 Trat Cominy, in tha and were they to do so, this advance; city cf flarre, in said district, on the Sd proffer of support would be of material "r vt February and 26th d of June next. ,-.1,,. n..t o.. tr,U'. lifotn iu or lorn a. m. until t ocioca p, m.. .ii,. uitv fciir "i m i tiiuiii-iiv is i COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Howland Building, Uarre. Vermont ' mors likelv to be effective in its own i from h .l d of Janusrv. A. I. a. is party. Readers of the Hera! have not i lh tim 1'mtf ti by said court for said cred- tors to prpnt thtlr elafma to as for exara- j ; 1 ination and allowance. If Mothers Only Knew !of,J,.;du. "jr 'ii'o" ,h" I3th dM During these dsys how many children sra j JOHN T- A V E RILL,' complaining of headache, feverisltnws. atom- IXllTCLA" M. BARCLAY, Communion em. ach troubles and irregular bowels. If moth- Janl-26Feb2 era only Knew wnat Slouier liray fivnn , COMMISSIONERS NOTICE i -4 i . ii t,m;,.e I rr on'r anew wnat aiowier uray nweet in its attempt to forestall I rentier Pd,, .id , ,k.ir 4. Llovd Gcorce's liftina of the blockade ily would ever be without them. These now- asiaiust soviet Ruaia; and that the j de r so easy and pleasant to take and so ESTATE OF EMMA A. F13IC .stl lot wa. i,nt. out through the !?Uv Jtivt" ,rtMB . "other, who The un.lerswn.4 having been appointed by , .... --- - I " uiem aiwaya un otnem m-K tiers ; the honorable probate court for the district agency of the premier or his Taction to j about them. Sold by druggists everywhere. 0f Webinton. commissioners, to receive, justify the sudden change of policy. " 'examine, ar.d adjust the claims and demands GOOD FARMS Cheap for Quick Sale S1S-N LA ROE FARM dropped on the market for oukk sale; large acreage, good equipments of stork and suaar tools thst you cannot vrrv often find for the price It can be bought for: there are 2SR acres, about 60 acres of UlUgrt land, and balance in good pasture and woodland: a good lot of soft wood and large amount of hard wood; and sugar place eouiptwd for trees in good shape: a good 10 -room house, plenty of barn. silo, and milking machine: with a good eotiipment of tool to carry on such a farm : ? head of cattle: 14 cows. !-year-o!i heifers. 7 one-year-old: 1 bul'. t t hnra .swine and poultry: this farm i situated on s gooa mam roan, and cream Is gathered at door, end only H miles from Barre City. nn-M-A VILLACF. FARM of M0 acres with SO arras In fertile Helds ; good pasture, halsnea in pasture and woodland : buiMlnin ia first-clans condition, with a large modern home, electric lights, steam heat and flush closets : the main barn Is a largr. modern ham which ronsipta of silo and some out building, which rrakea ft very convenient, having villas- accommodations, such as cr-amery and railroad station ; we can sell this fsrm with tools at a surprisingly low pries, 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 Howland Bldg, Barre Tel. Vt Stop Your Coughing itirchased lT men still voung, art just : No i to let that cough fwmst. Stop ths ;h. best kind if centred, to Kive safe- J .3 'T saving and ultimate income service, isk men of sixty or aver if we are ight. Consult ua. National Life Ins. (MuttiaLt 8. 8. Ballard, general (went, Kialto block, Montpelier, Vt. . A Bargain 15 New Cortland Cart & Carriage Co SLEIGHS Also a nice lot of Cortland Cart & Carriajre Co.'a used Sleighs, nearly new, nicely painted and in first-class re pair. One 14-rassenger 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 how you these goods. Cutler Bros. Thone 160 Rear Hotel Barre The noint i. however, that both bati hes were full of items of informs- I tion which, on internal evidence, must J have been known for weeks, if not for j months; indeed, there were open inti- j mations in the dispatches themselves : that such was the fact. Now tbe whole question of what the . supreme council in general and the British in particular are going to do! about the Ruiaian question, as regards i helping Poland and as regards throw- , ing the barbed wire tence across up- i per India and Persia, ia once more in a state of incertitude. The J-ondon Times remarks, with j pardunsble exasperation, that England: is tired of this "mystery-mongeriug. So are the rest of us. Boston Globe. BLISS NATIVE HERB TABLETS Recognised as the only standard herb remedy ; have boon relieving sufferers from Disordered Stomach BILIOUSNESS. CONSTIPATION. 1M FliKE BLOOD, RHEUMATISM. AN'D HEARTBURN. A great Kidney and Liver Regulator. Look for tha money-back guarantee in very box. !t the genuine. Every tablet stamped with the trade mark. Put op In two sliss. 60c and S1.00. Bold by leaning druggists and local agents everywhere. Made bv ALONZO O. BLISS CO., Washington, O. C ' of nil ni-,jn MMtnuf lh i,. t u r- nf f wi mm A Fwk, lau cf Kaal jsontpcHcr. in said dis trirt, derisst-d. and all claims exhibited in olfset thereto, hereby give nertire that we will meet for th- purpwe aforesaid, at the Barre Sr-vinDm Bank Trust to. office in the city of Barre. in said district, on the 16th day of Kfbnisry and ilst day cf June next, from o'clock a. m. until I o'clock p. m., on, each of ssid days, and that sis. months from the HHh flay of IVc-mhrr. A. D. 19! . ia the time limited by ssid court for said creditors to present their tiauas to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Kiuit Mntitptlier. this 19th day of January, A. II. 1P?0. M. E. HOWLAND, V. G. HOWLAND, Commissioner. JsnlS-WebS ESTATE OF CHARI.ES M. WALLACE HELP WANTED FEMALE VV A.NTtD Voung women to train as nurses between the age of 16 and 25 : 1 year of high school study necessary : apply at once by mall or otherwise to bupt. Portsmouth General Hospital, Portsmouth, N. H. !(65t4 WANTKIWomjui for general housework In family of 4; apply at 8 First avenue, Mont pelier, Vt., orcalll!J4-y. 264te WANTEDPupU nurses and attendanta at the Tuiunton But Hospital . wages 85.00 per month with maintenance; for particulars address Dr. Arthur V. Gosa, Supt., Taunton State Hospital, Taunton, Mass. 264tf STENOGRAPHER WAN by Lane Mfg. Co., Mont)elier, Vt i telephone to otftce or my house. Montpelier 6S1-W H. T. Krenicr, treasurer. 264tS WANTED YOUNG WOMEN OJl A LARCE SILK MANUFACTURING COM PANY NEAR HARTFORD, CONNECTI CUT; EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSA RY; SEE MR. LAMB, REPRESENTING CHENEY BROTHERS, FROM JAN. l TO FEB. 2, AT THE HOTEL BARRE, FROM :00 A. M. TO 8 :0 P. M. 266tS WANTED Girl or middle-aged woman to do housework ; address "J. R. M.." Times office. Ktf WANTED Kitchen gTrl atThe KeTiogg, 28 School street, Montpelier, 268tf WA NTKD Expercinctd Ubie girl "at once : Hotel Barre. 261t WANTED Woman for ganeral housework for a few men who work in woods : best of wagts ; L. A. Dix, Plainnetd, Vt ; Orange Co. "phelie I short S60U WE HAVE RECENTLY "MADE AN AD VANCE in the schedule of wages paid in our mill at Northfidd Falls. Vt, to take effect Jan. IS; w want a few more women weaver and we will pay leamera $3.00 per week and give them thir board for weeks while learning ; we hsve a good boarding house, where board and room are furnished at 14.50 per week ; good work, good pay, good board ; apply soon ; Charles M. Davis ft Co., NorthtieM. Vt 60t8 WANTED AT ONCE -T wo "girls 7o"r general housework in our boardnighouse ; no wash ing or cooking; pay lll.Ou per week and board ; apply to A. G. Dewey Co., Quccr.ee, Vt. IS0t C ft A M 6 E R M AID W A N TE 5 Waterbu ry Inn. Walrbury. Vt 5Stf LARUE ELECTRIC MOTOR for sale Used 7S-H.P. (ienerW Electric 220-voIt ult. eur mnt motor, for immediate delivery ; pirfect condition; H, (;, Bennett " S2tf FOR SALE--8il-doi. egg" cases, i2-qtwoo1en puils, and 2 Ancona roosters; City Bakery. 2SHt FOR SALE A largo quantity and variety of hangers, pulleys, shafting, and one 2V,. H.P. cJoctrio motor and one 1-S-H.P. electric motor; of tha abwa in good cor.dltioc. ready for us; Capital Cily Press, Montpel- jTr. v.t. ; 2Stftf FOR SALETwo good, warm, fceayy sver coats, meeliuin sit, slightly used; nice lot dnvtng; mouire at V0 Merchant straet. 26Stl FOR SALE BLAISDELL AIR COM PRESSOR: CAPACITY. Sa CUBIC "FT.; IN GOOD CONDITION i CAN NOW BE SEEN IN OPERATION I PRESBREY . COYKENDALL COM PANY, BARRE, VT. 268tf FOR SALE My fox hound "Luna," "having1 rv furt-.ar use for her thu .-.n . u.,11 sell at a bargain ; B. A. Eastman, Barre, Vt. 256tf FOR SALE 76 tons of No. 1 hay; inquire of 8. Miner, R. F. D. 4, Barre, Vt : tele phone connection. . !!65tl2 HAY AND WOOD" FORSALE NoTl hay "; both dry and green block wood ; inquire W. E.T.ucker' Brre' R- v- Peoples 'phone -SlJWnshlngton. 55tl2 FOR SALE At bargain prices, a large vari ety of art aauarvw aiul thi gwr ings. and wall twiner - u i.-ah mnj .r.ami steal .beds, mattresses and springs; buy now and sava dioney ; L. F. F'ortBey, Plainfleld. 258U2 KNITTING YARN for" sale'dirit from manufacturer at 82.25 a pound : made of Maine fleece wool and thnmuirMv also a great bargain In gray at 81.50: write tor samples; u. A. Uartlett. Harmony, Me. . 44U FOR SALE Nice. dlTr" hard" wnltwl " 11 66S-M Barre. 243tf FOR SALE - Early "cut loose hay : E. Carle- ton, 21 Highland avenue, 'nhone 441-M. 3Stf . PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER SURGEON DENTIST Howland Building, Boom li. 'Phone M-W. Office Hours; I to 12. 1 te i, and 8:80 to 1 M J. THOMAS JAMIES0N General Auctioneer Williamstown.Vt. Graduate of theNational School of Auctioneering A NEW DRESS BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEAtOUARTFrt" TOR REI.tABI.E PIANr. PLAYFR PIAVOS, VIO'ROLAS. fJONORAS. RECORD8 AND SHEET MUSIC va fmiT orders her for Piano Tuning Telephone S8S-W. Barre, Vt DR. A. H. SMITH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN (8 IEITH AVENU Hours : 18 te II a an. : I to 4 p. m. Closed Wednesday sfternorns end Satnrdaye Rlsteof Vermont, District of Washington, ss.1, itw iiiriruir imnsi froun, mr ine aw trict aforesaid, to all pursons Interested In llir wtaie t, hnrs M. Wallace of the town of Hrr. GREETING: WHEREAS, application In writing hath been made to this court by the guardian of Chsrlrs M. Wallace, for license vo .iwrtgaire certain real estate owned bv said word, t it natl in tbe tnwn of Ryegate, county of Cal edonia and statv of Vermont 'nd represent ing that it is necessary f m..rHnire said leal estate to raise the sum of one ihousand doU Iras for the purpose of msintainin end sup porting ssid ward, and to Mr the debts 1c gslly due and owing by ssid wud : that said I martini ge he given to secure the said sum of one thnuand dollars. WHEREUPON, tha aald eoort appointed I and assigned the 7th day of Jnauary. I at the probata office tn Montpelier, in said ! district to henr and deride upon said appli j cation, and ordered that public notice thereof 1 be riven to ail persons interested therein, by publishing this order three week sueorssive- afTCci nnnrtt . . . . I ly tn the Bsrre Daily Times, a newspaper IUISS nRrlKT.l. S3 Wash in (Tint, Rf published at the cil. of R.m- In ..id dia- " I trtct which circulates In the neighborhood of j Tr A ta mTT-sTvr. 'those persons interested therein: all which i TAiiNU iUiillj I publications shall be previoua to the time TV.. . ... ,. I appointed for the hearing. tk. J? 'L"0? '"'rnt parts te. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to hi. HE. il il. K!Th "B ' I ""ur t,'fo" court at the time and l!r Ik. "entloi, regularly this ; place aforesaid, than and there in said eourt ,!", i!.Z!,r.r'T!" T" .thn. Wh I lo to the granting of such license, if ". ""- , ' - ssusie Kooma, yon see esuse. HOUSES TO RENT COlTACOlO LrSE J" "rent f new ly (,ainted and paperee ; barn, garden and henhouse; on East MnntpeJitr nsd: apply to Leon L. Cumines, hi Morehant street. t'4tf TENEMENTS TO RENT-Modern" improvsC men is; gardens with 2; F. D. Berkley, 8 Park street, tel. S-W. 26416 TO RENT 8 mall slore opposite Palace Gar age on Main street; G. A. Lane, 8 Semi nary rtreet: teJ. eonnictiona. 264t8 tO RENT-Large front room near Spaulding school; apply to Mrs. B. A. Wright 10K Washington street 2B9tf "TO RENT At li" Brook street, ""ropras, entirely svsrste ; bath, set tube and hot wa- j ter. gaa and electric lights ; a good place to tel. 8 !)-M; E. L Smith, tel. 811-Y. 17 West I46i f WANTED TWENTY-FIVE YOUNG WOMEN FOR A LARUE H1LK MAN UFACTURING COMPANY. NEAR HARTFORD. CONN. ! EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY: THE WORK IS STEADY, WELL PAID. LIGHT AND CLEAN, UNDER GOOD LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS ; COMPANY HOARDING HOUSE FOR GIRLS WITH HOARD AND ROOM FOR 86 00 PER WEEK : TRANSPORTATION WILL BE PAID AND BOARD AD VANCED: NO I.AP.OR TROUBLE: WRITE IF INTERESTED, AND OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL AR RANGE FOR XN 1VTKRVIFW: ADDRESS CHENEY B ROTHES. EM PLOYMENT BUREAU. SOUTH MAN CHESTER. CONN. 259t7 WANTED AT ONCE A girl or middle- aged woman for general housework j Inquire at 10 fenith Main street. Barre. X42U ""WANTED Middle-aged woman for gen. era! housework ; small family, good wages and steady work ; E. R. Fleteher, Woodhu-r. Vt, M4tM LIVE STOCK FOR SALE ONE REGISTERED GUERNSEYCOW. 3 Vrs". eld, ana her heifer calf, also .-liirible i-ewis-try : registered Guernsey bull calf, 3 mo. old. a "corker" ; this is good, clean stuff, and we will sell it right; ask about Ihcm: A. T. Smith ft Son, East Hill, Barre, Vt. : !ei SOM. S4tf FOR SALE A t-year-old eow. due tfhl e-n Feb. 1 ; tuberculin tested ; H. H. Holt, tel. 884-lg. Itsrra. a6t. FOR SALE COWS AND HEIFER , REASONS FOR SELLING. OVEH. STOCKED; AT HOME TUESDAY AND THURSDAY ; GLENN W. HERHEY WILLIAMSTOWN. VT, R. D. 1. 263tl2 FOR SALE Twenty "grsdeeows. due" tn frThrn at emce; tuberculin tested; John Ft. Benjamin. Barre. lns-R. 2S5tf HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE -. A good brown" mareTiiifht 1.S0O tts. ; perfnetly kind for anyone to work, drive or handle: in good flesh and sound; A. R. Cole, Marshfield. Vt. 22t2t FOR SALE Good work horse weighing about l.rWl lbs. : will work anywhere, single or double; sound and gentle; price right; in quire of Hormon O. Pike. Montpelier, Vt. ; N. E. tel. 881-12. Z80t ONE I4-PA.4JKENGER" SLEIGH FOR"SALE Equipped with brakes a good one to tarry school children ; Cutler Bros.. Barre : 'phone ICO. jjiitf WHY PAY MORE? Thinking of having a new dress T Why not try th new drew maker from Chi cago T Miss Bedell hss sewed for the best families ef Chicago and her work first class. Talk with her. anyway. Phone 121. B. ARTHUR REED Bx 14S. Mnntwlier. Vt Mont- Tel. 827 ; Rea. 7S-M Barre Tel. 8i.W ron prompt MOTOR A3IBULANCE SERVICE, CALL 828-W M. J. WHITCOMB EAST BARRE. VT. CBortsker ami Licensed Embalms Telephone 447-W Badger's Auto Ambulance NEW TJr-TO-DATT EAST RTTtTNG Calls frsta a distance at reasonable rates A. W. BADGER & CO.. Barre The Only Ants Ambulance In the Cfy DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office ia Rosea 83. Miles Building Tclepbsw CeniMrUoa or Tier BOURS : s m to 12 m. and I 10 ta 8 a sa. Msodag. Tuesday. Thursday sad Friday HOWARD H. REID, D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specfalizinpr in Extracting and Dental X-Ray Diagnosis Thone 188-M tiiven under my bsnd at Montnelier. tn said district, this th day of January, l'.iil). MARY J. CUTLER. RegisUr. Janl2-l9-28 NOTICE Notice ia hereby given that my wife. Mary Berkley, hsving left my bed and board with out just cause. 1 will no longer be respon sible for any bills contracted by her. PAUL BECKI.EY. Barre. Vt., Jan. 84. ISiC 64tS GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors 1 a. m., Tuesday. Wednesday. Friday and Saturday; :a tw r. m Mondsv. Wedneedsy. Thursdsv and Fr'dsy: I to 8 ' t. m.. Tudsy and Thursday. Mntnelier ' Tuesday. Thnrsdsv and Ssturdsr. 1:S0 ta IS j a m, Monday. Wednesday and Friday, 1 te ' 8 r m. I ROOM i. Ct'HRIEIt BLK.. Parre Tel. M1-W j PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHrNCS Rospita AmbaUnte SsrvVs . Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot So- Barre TeL esasxetioa. t2t-V SEE US IN OCE NEW LOCATTOV W ftr bow rmis t& ttnt -oth tlti mn4 tem twiuiwn ntii htah rrJ o Jrvclr. Hparr wort ruanntiMl O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 24 ELM STREET EOLK AGENT FOB "BOSTON AMERICAN" Notice! All sizes of Piston Rinps in stock from 3-inch to 4 inch. Sizes to fit 'most any car used, also over-size rings up to 7 thousandths. Ring.? are right and the prices are right. A. M. FLANDERS TO RENT A -room tenement at 4H North Main street : inquire at 820 North Main street. Z44tf CO'li AGE ilbUSKTO" RENT On" Vine street; first month frew: "anr'y to G. L Woodworth, Eastman block, Karre. 228tf TO" RENT -We havi 2 or8 tenementa to rent; I on Cirri street. 1 on Brook street: rail at our olire for full particulars and rrices; McAllister J Kent. 207tf JACKSON BLOCK For rent. front base ment room, neatly finished ; apply room No. t. 14tf Archie Johnston's Sales and Exchange Stables 7 So. Main St., Uarre, Vt. Here Wednesday, Jan. 28: One Carload of Horses MALE AND FEMALE HELP GOVERNMENT CLERK examinations !ar. 8: man. women. 18-40; hundreds needed: 8100 month ; erperienca unnecessary ; for free rartirulars write Raymond Terry (former civil srviee exsminer), 81 Continental build ing, Washington. r63ti HELP WANTED-- Young men and women to j mont Btate Hospital ror the Insane st water bury : to thrve who desire, an opportunity of fered to attend r.tteses' trsniing course; ap ply at hospital. Watsrbury. Vt lftf Save mcney buying of us: 2H-inch Hsma Tuct'. 2-inch Traces. ! -inch 8ide and Yoke Su-ai-a. m-inch back Straps, Basket Bracrh inge. Brass Dandy Ilamea, butt stock, finely mad- $99.00 - $99.00 - $99.00 VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. W. C. rnLTON. Mansirer 84STATE STREET MONTPELIER THE BEST TIME WANTED TO BUY AM W ANTING TO BUY oid-fahir.ned things of all kinds: furniture, china, glass, linen, brass, old brass handlte. knobs, pictures, books, rugs, hooked or braided : send csrd. will call anvwhers: address G. F. Butterfirld, Cen'ml House, Barre. Vt. ISt6 i FRESff EGGS. BUTTER, HONEY and maple good, wanted : consign or write ; Vermont Dairy. Bridgeport, Conn. 2S6U6 ""W'ANTEOTo" buy all kinds of household furniture, bedding, stove, carpets, etc., elm old rags, macazines, rubbers snd bags; tel. 1-R or write A Oram 1-ine, 4f Maple ire. S45t2 WANTED To buy straw at barn;" tel. HM-M. 57tf WANTfcD"TO BUY Seeond-hsnd furniture. tools snd stoves ; inquire O. Smith. 8)7 No. Main s'rett. tel. 7S-M. J62to to install a Hsy Ferk Outfit is any time except in "having. We have the best equip ment made, rurht here in stork, and at a dis cocTtt now. You know how it will be about l,ln iwvt iin.mr T. k - t h- hull I,. .Km ! horns and be prepared. The farmer who will males good nct season Is the fai-mr who si getting good and ready this winter. I N MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. T8?lwphon 140 Omnvy Co. Thwt Brrwrr county. Iowa, dirert from tiie fanrnrs who raisfH them, (jtood old-ftiahioned Mam and ild inR, bkwkr built, infrl Chunks from 1.200 to l,?r0 Ibi., hirvly iratrhd pairs from fc.AiM) to S.SO0 Tb. eld to tntrhanr Hora. Sprm term- to Uiom who want t herm. Olad to thow my itock. whrther you wih to buy or not. TELErHOXE tPFP SLAVTON S STABLE Good supply of Blankets and Hftrne MISCELLANEOUS IG. H. ADAMS. So. Barre. Vt. is agent foe United htates separators. Mellows rails sugar tools. enin. lighting clsnts. milk csns and bottlers. The Ladies' Hosne Journal, Saturdsv l:vening Post. Country Gent'eme.n. Rural New Yorker, New England H'me- st-ail. . "i4t DANCING Latest N. Y".""stepa : private Wes sons by appointment only ; csll or 'phone 1C8-11. 1T2 Main street. r.jKtf " ANYONE DESIRING MAN WITH HORSK ta work by the dsy, hsuling sshea origar bage or cleaning up around, call on E. IWs. trlL 88 rVmth Main street, or telephone Will Page. 401-W. 4t WANTED t. Ki rsctcsir oi.tsut ;sooo eai ts's WOULD YOU BUY an insurance ploir that vrotiM puaranl.M' your never being e ciuVtiuilly injured. nor ill enough to be unable to work ? ETNA Accident and Health Disability INSURANCE cannot quite do that, hut it ran, nd does, p" ff 1"", of time nd extre enj.ense du to eithrr injury or illiie-. It alo ry for aoriilfntal of limb or iht, and create- an estate if death should result from acci dvntal injuries. J. W. DILL.0N, Aeent Holster T.lock BARRE, VERMONT FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT I URNISHFD kOOM TO RENT At 4 PH s'.net. J8tf FURNISHED-ROOMS TO RENT At 88 Liberty street; steam heat a ad electric lights. tuStf AGENTS WANTED WANTED ' Aginu"te se-il ""Any Angle iVn-nehcs direct to aoteiim;bllvts ; setls on sitrht ; gfod profit : exclusive tr.-rit-y gratit ed to right, parties; sarr.(:Ie on receipt ef 81.25: J. 8. Ilea id A Co,. P. O. box 41. Spnnrfidd. Vt. !lt SALESMEN SALESMEN WANTED -To soiirit orders for tubrxatirg oiie. sresses ad pt.:nts: salary cr tenmiv : edtirejw the Harvey Oil Cik, iCkrveland. Ohio. 266tl I WOMAN FROM FARM wishes housekeeper's lnoltion o- anything where she can keep 8 young children with her; bog 114. Cabot. Vt 24t WANTED Raw furs, beef hides and calf skins, at very high prices; e pay a little more than anyone else: E. H. Slayton. 18 Liberty street, tel. 6JS-R. iltf WANTED A good second-hand typewriter: state what you hava and price; address Bailey's Musie Rooms, Bsrre. Vt. 61t WANTED-Two or three furnished rooms for light housekeeping, centrally located, preferably with gss and heated; no children: teL 41-W: addresa "G. K. D Box 87, Ssjth Barre, Vt . 289t WANTED- Second-hand document files, both - legai and commercial sisra, several see. lions, also stacks with shelves and cupboards for general storage; Capital City Press, Montpelier, Vt Hats' WANTED Teams to draw logs in Wash-Ina-ton : alo men to work ia woods and saw. mill : applv tn F. E. Downing, t Cliff street. Barre. tel. 144-W. Ktf Wanted at Once No. 1 Maple, either in the log or sawed 12' and 13K 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. 1WU ADVERTISE VOUR WANTS IN THE .TIMES AND GET SURE RESULTS LOST AND FOUND LOSi- La t nit r. I . brvm f-en "park "'nii t ro and - Nortn Main trrr, jrro blark jwrtt rsinok ; nam imi4 ; rvward offer?d ; rv tan lo 1 imei cfx . f.Att 24 Hmnrh atrrxt. an Intraraol watch ; tuit-' a hi nrmard for ita rrt Jro to 27 Prtnrh tixt or thn Jf.tr Tf-iXS 1XT - T 1 b.nsk ntj taq with a 4-i Lur vhie-h h tv nma of "V. Villa" ; rnotiwr blacK and vhile with a roilar which trtrv ih naaM of K. Vi!ta"; ftnfir p r-ar m:.fT Victor V a, Witrrtun. U P. O. hr K. X4U WILL "THE" PARTY "WHO TOOK Otaafc- Lr.irf rct from Mr wi 4k Afrar Rnn lmr rc-om rt-turn mdc afd amid tta 3t lOl SlJ SsiTn rf money htcli twmtssr rmm iari br sPrwiiK? rfTrt at Utm