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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, UAltllE. VT., TIIUHSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1920.
i .BOUT THE STATE i r Happenings t Interest from I , Different Sections. 1 A military fum-ral wh liolil Smidiiy in ii)ptr Waterfonl for FreiMiiHii Priest of Waterfonl, whit died of disease in ,i-Kninrc. ' -i ' No smallpox case have been rcprH fd in Rutland or four days, and it is considersd tluit the epidemic i on the ; wane. W. H Mnitmds. 113. Peru's oldest vot- 7i: was cm hand Nfiv. 2. Ho has voted for president at every presidential elee tion since he became 21 yearn of age. .la mm (load of Albany, at whose home a still was found in operation not lonjf ago,, was in court in Newport Monday and was fined .$300 and costs of $25.2."t. His father and two brothers paid the fine. Miss Louise T. Krvinjr has resigned as head nurse in the Melrose hospital in West Brett leboro. She is to be as sistant superintendent of a tubercik, losis .sanatorium in Wadena, Minn., where surgery is practiced. Mis Kr vtng formerly was head nurse in the Bratt leboro Memorial hospital. - A New York syndicate lias pur ' " chased for Miss Josephine Sharkey of New York City Camp Winneshewauka . at Lunenburg, where Miss Sharkey was head counsellor last season. Next year she will be general director of the prop j Jerty. Mr. and Mrs. Karl O. Baleh and ' f'jlr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Leach' organ ;tized the camo six years ago and have ' conducted, it ever since. ) James D. Tranzo, 24, of Rutland is in the Springfield, Mass., hospital ia a serious condition as a' result" of at tempting suicide Friday. While eating ice cream m llK Bvul 1,1 k,r field Tranzo was seen to drink rhrr.ro form from a bottle which he took from his pocket. He fell to the floor lineon scions. This is the second time within a . few weeks that Tranzo has at tempted to end his life. Springfield is making general holi day of Armistice day, the shops beini,' closed all day ana tne stores nan a day. This afternoon a bronze tablet m memory of deceased World war vet erans is to be unKeiled by post Xo. IS, American Legion. The tablet, which was provided by the town, is five and one-half feet by four and one-third feet and has about 300 names inscribed on it. Governor-elect James Hartness will make the presentation speech. APPRECIATION EXPRESSED By State Commander of American Le gion for Officials' Action. John F. Sullivan, state commander of the Vermont department of the American Legion, issued a proclama "' tion of the Legion in appreciation of the action taken by Governor l'. vv, Clement and the city mayors who pro claimed Thursday a holiday in com memoration of the signing of the ar mistice two years ago. Commander Sullivan's proclamation is as follows: "Whereas hi excellency, the cover nor, and the mayors of the several cities have proclaimed Xov. 11th a hol iday M commemoration of the armi stice signed on that day in 1018, and by public notice have expressed their appreciation for the fcerviceg rendered to the natoinal and state governments by the veterans of the World war. "Now, therefore, on behalf of the Vermont department of the American Legion, I wish to thank his excellency, the governor, and the mayors of the several cities for this recognition of service, to express on behalf of the sol diers and sailors who served' in the forces of the United Statea from Ver mont in the World war our apprecia tion and gratitude for the unselfish and devoted support we received from those who remained at home. We fully appreciate that although our part was spectacular and exciting and that it fell to our lot to make in many cases the supreme sacrifice, the part played by the civilian vw, in many ways, a more severe test of loyalty and devotion to duty than ours in that for two years they bore with unflinching pa tience the drudgery of unrewarded sac rifiee." She Felt Quite Safe. As the night policeman went on hi way down a side street, he found the front door of a little house standing wide open. There were no lights to be seen, so be did his duty, and knocked loudly at the door. "Well, what d'yre want?" cried a fe male voice presently, from an upstair window. "The is the, night policeman," replied the man. "Do yon know your front door is wide open!" "O, is it r replied the woman. "Well, d'ye mind shutting it for me, and , saving mn coming downstair!" .... ."Ye, I'll shut it!" the coustabl; said. "But you ought to be more cs re fill, or you'll be having the burglars in." "Not much fear of that," said the lady of the house, as she prepared to close the window. "If they want to find anything here, they'll have to bring it with them!" London An swers. Bill's a Queer Shiver. , Topeka Capital Bill Ahur has ; found an eating place where they serve ;a safety razor with the prarhei. Bill .Complained that the fuss got tanjrled tn Ins store tsoth. Boston Transcript. Jae. Wat sob Says, "111 never Forget - When Father's Hogs Got Cholera." "One morning he found Srt hogs dead and setreral airfc. He railed in the Vet. who after diswtinr a rat rang tit on the premises, Heridfd that the rodents . bad conveyed germs. Sine then I am rteter without RAT 1SNAP. It 's the surest. juh ket rat dewt rover I know." Three? sires, 3.V, V, 91.23. Sold and guaranteed by R. L. tlsrk. Harm; B. II. Trnna-'i, i's rre ; Irirw ;raia Co. Middlesex; Berry k Jes, Motitpelier. Adv. WINDSOR COUNTY FARMERS Make Good Showing in Joining the Farm Bureau. That the Windsor county farm bu reau meant business when it voted at the annual meeting in Barnard to join the national farm. bureau program i shown by the progress made to date in tho campaign for members on the basis of $10 annual dues, as 1H mem bers have signed tip during the past three weeks of campaign and these are confined to a small section of the county. The town of Woodstock 'has responded with memberships f"on B0 out of a possible 74 farmers in the town and Barnard has done even bet tor, showing over 85 per cent of tho farmers as members of the farn bu reau. The campaign Is proceeding in other towns in the northern end of the county with equal success. A total of over 1,500 farmers in the county will have the opportunity to join tne rarm bureau on the new plan. With the additional income from a large number of members on the $10 basis, it is expected that the farm bu reau will be able to render Deuer serv ice in the way of supporting crop and dairy improvement, and to encourage cooperative buying and marketing, within the county and state. It will also help to develop a better home demonstration and boys' and girls de partments. These things, combined with the program of the national farm bureau federation, certainly make a worthwhile goal. Windsor county was the first in Vermont to organize a farm bureau and has been a leader from that time. Addison county in Vermont forestalled her only by a few weeks in joining the national organi zation with members on the $10 basis. Addision county now has nearly 300 members. However, the initial step in actively correlating the farm bureau w(th a co operative business enterprise still rests with Windsor county. The Farmers' Cooperative exchange has been in suc cessful operation in the county nearly two years. It has proved its worm oy saving its members more than 10 per cent in their purchases of grain, feeds and fertilizer and selling of potatoes. Under the present plan the $10 dues in the farm bureau also cover a nomi nal 50-cent membership in the farmers' exchange and farmers are. required to be farm bureau members in, order to take advantage of the exchange prices and service. Farmers are backing up the coopera tive exchange with honest money. Last June it was voted to authorize $50,000 of capital stock to insure credit and de velop the1 business generally. The shares have a par value ot iz.y, and their sale is being actively conducted along with the securing of members for the farm bureau. Xearlv $4,IRX) of capital stock has been subscribed by farmers in the same territory covered by the farm bureau, as mentioned above. A large number of the farmers joining the farm bureau are taking one or more shares of the capital stock of the exchange. At one of the communi ty meetings held on Rochester, every farmer present joined the farm bureau and took one or more shares of stock in the exchange. The cooperative exchange has been of particular benefit in purchasing feed in carloads at low prices. It also se cured fertilizer last spring when other sources in the county were unable to deliver it. Advantageous sales of po tatoes, both table stock and certified seed potatoes, have been made, for growers, through the exchange.. The fact that the farmers of the county are supporting these organiza tions in such a solid manner can mean but one thing that they , are con vinced that farmers' business must be handled by farmers in a business-like way. The program of the American farm bureau federation certainly deserves this kind of support from every farm er in Xew England. Its policy of un qualified defence of American farmers' interests seems right from every stand point. The need of a large central organi zation to serve the interests of cooper ative purchasing and marketing is eas ily seen, and the best method of carry ing on the work is strong support of each local cooperative enterprise. Farmer-owned cooperative mills and distributing plants, as well as ware house and factories for packing farm products in Xew England, are not im possible under such a system. W. K. D. Rummell of the American farm bureau federation and F. H. Ab bott of the Kastern States Farmers' exchange are assisting in the cam paign. , . Sight There with Retort. "The ' preacher said this morning. youll remember," quoth hubby, "thst the finest garment a woman can wear the mantle of charity. 'Yes," returned his wife, "and judg ing from the fuss Sher make over the bills, it's about the only garment some husbands want their wives to wesr." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. Persistent Coughs are dangeroua. Get ptooiot relief from Piao'a. 6tnpa irritatiocu aooUiinc. Effective sod aft for youmg aa4 s4d. Met opiates ia rXCI-E SAM'S welding is the lt of say c nit) try in the or 1.1. The nietb"ls of welding od in the I'nited Mate-s rsnnnt be excelled arywhere. That is berati - ae 11 lstet and most effKient weld ir.g outfts and the greatest eperi-rm-e and skill. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St. Jrfe, XL IPDSO'S 18 AWARDED SPECIAL TRAINING. PTwenty-Five Ex-Service Men Appeared Before Federal Board in One Day. St. Johnsbury, Nov. II. On Mon day, the first day of the meeting of the federal board of vocational train ing, which had headquarters at this place, 25 ex-service men appeared, de siring to qualify rhr vocational train ing under two different sections. All men who have been awarded compensation by the war risk insur ance bureau come under section 3. They will be given free tuition, books and incidentals and transportation to the points of training. The taking of sec tion 3 training doesn't interfere with the ex-soldier receiving compensation irom tne war ris insurance mircau. Upon investigation of all cases, if It is found that the man has any dis ability .due to service in the lute war, which is a vocational handicap to him in the opinion of the board, and if it , ii i j. i t j is found, training would be feasible, the man would be entitled to training un der section 2. Section i training furnishes from $80 to $170 a month for the man's liv ing' expenses, according to the number of- dependents in addition to tuition, hooks and transportation, besides us ing institutions for training. Twelve men were placed under sec tion 2 and six under section 3. Those who have been awarded train ing under section 2 are. Thomas, F. Courtney, St. Johnsbury; Charles Brownlow, St. Johnsbury: Oscar Griizirs, St. Johnsbury; Charles O. Jen nison, Oroton; Gordon Griswold, St. Albans; Joseph E. Nadeau, North Con cord; Milton S. Piper; J. A. Brown, Barre; Albert Danforth, Danville; Wil liam Hell. South Lunenburg, and George If. Levesque, Berlin, X. II Under section 3: Allan R. Moore; A. Asselin, St. Johnsbury; William W. Menard, Barre; Francis Patenaude, Montpelier; George . Kellogg; rh'l ip Brooks, Bradford, and Seymour B. Heath of Groton will receive training The other men, whose cases are un der investigation are H. Jt. Wheelock, North Trov; J. A. Frazier, E. C. Hen ry, Ralph ilay, R, P. Lynd, William T. iiowrey and Ralph J. Rantolucito. The vocational training headtiiidrters here remain open until S o'clock to night for ex-service men to come and piesent their claims. . A Plainfield Poet. The name of Sylvia Hnrtense Bliss is not to be found in "Who's Who" nor does the goseip shop remember her in any list of authors. And yet there has drifted into The Bookman a little volume, evidently printed at the author's own expense, entitled "Quests," which fully justifies its sub-title, "Poems in Prose." In its rich poetic beauty, its charm of ex pression and its perfect imagery, it is like the Psalms and "The Song of Solomon." Take, for instance, these sentences of the foreword: "I will disclose to thoe who have not seen, the beauty of the world. "I will not strive to enhance the beauty by fine phrases, nor hide it un der a covering of words. "I will stand aside that I may not be in the way of a tree and that my shadow may not fall upon a flower. ,-I will be silent while the thrush sings and the young leaves rustle in the wind. "1 will hide my little light that men may not turn from the sunlight nor withdraw their gaze from the night sky "I will be at one who standi humbly at the portal to give entrance to those who seek the beauty of the world. "I will open doors before you. You may pass through or turn away, as you will "There are doors that I will open that will never close. You will see the open doors and before you are aware you will have passed through." It is -evident that hidden away in Plainfield, Vt., a real poet dwells. The Bookman RHEUMATISM LEAVES YOU FOREVER Deep Seated Uric Acid Deposits Are Dissolved and the ftheumatie Poison Starts to Leave the System Within Twenty-four Hours. Every druggait in this county ia authoc Ued to aay to every rheumatic aufterer that if two .bottlea of Allenrhu, the aura conquer r of rlteumatisni. doe. not .top all agony, reduce awoilem jointa and do away with cwen the .lithtest twinge of rheumat? paia. he will gladly return your money without corn monk Alien rha hM been tried and tested for year., and really marvelous reaulta have been anromplt.hcd in the roost severe eaaea where the euffenn and agony was Interne and piteous and where the patient waa bdp Irm. Mr. James H. Alien, the discoverer of Alirarhu, who for many years suffered the torments of acute rheumatism, desires all sufferer to know that he does not want a rent of anyone', money unleas Albmrha deciaively conquer, thi. worst of ail dia raaaa. aad He ha. instructed the Rod Croat Pharmacy to guarantee, it ia every in Lane. Adv. FULL PROTECTION from loss by fire can only be obtained by basing the amount of insurance carried on the cost of replacement as it is to-day, and insurance which is bejow this standard will only pay part of the loss in event of fire. EVERYTHING INSUR ABLE has increased in cost from fifty to three hune'red per cent, and the price of labor has increased propor tionately. For full protection see J.W.DILLON EttaMsbe IrSS. POLSTF.R BLOCK. BAT. HE. VERMONT NEW GOODS Ladies' Nightrobes, Ked Bianketii. Ladies' and Men's Felt Shoes, Misses Tam, Men's and Boys' Cars. Sweat ers, Mittens, and many other things you will need for the cold weath er. 0me in. Lcc & Clara 11. Shortt Xarsaftetd. Vmnsst Quaint, Dry Naivete in Scottish Wit. Both wit and humor, like art, poetry and love, are quite indefinable. ,But humor is the more elusive of the two. There are national types of wit, an English wit, a French wit, a Gorman wit, an Irish wit, and yes a Scottish wit. But humor is something universal, the curious and blessed gift that mnn has, all the world over, of discerning the incongruous in most things. Wit Is related to the superficial, but humor dwells deep down in the inmost heart of. us. Wit may be caustic; humor is kindly. Wit is tho accompaniment of comedy. But humor is not divorced from tragedy, and its laughter may be very close to tears. Scottish "wit" is not English wit, K, ,lf i,.,,,,,,-- i. ,i.p ,.m hi n ,t, .,.T,i wh wit i miiu nil tiio nwmi wtti. v of both the deliberate and the acei- dentnl kind, consists very largely in a certain dry way of saying something so simple and obvious that it is least expected. ' "Does it always rain in this abom inable country," asked an indignant tourist "Na," was the reply,1 "it some times snaws." Another gentleman, in the midst df a downpour, on observing sarcastically, '"Fine, weather!" was an swered doubtfully. "Weel, I was think ing it was rather dampish." There is a story of a Scottish lady, too, who was afraid to cross a certain ferry on a stormy day, and preferred going by the bridge. Her friends suggested, "Trust in the Lord," to which she re plied! "Ill na trust in the Lord ho lonar as there is a brigg in the coun try," In' stage' coach days the adver tisement of a Scott stage coach bore the singular announcement that it would always start on Monday, "the Lord permitting and the weather being favorable," but that failing to do so it would go on Tuesday "whether or not." Stephen Leaeock, the Canadian hu morist, tells us the story of a Scots man who had a sister-in-law with whom he could never agree. He object ed to going anywhere with her, and, in spite of his wife's entreaties, always refused to do so. The wife was taken mortally ill, and as she lay dying she whispered, "John, ye'll drive Janet with ye to the funeral, will ye not?" The Scotsman, after an internal strug gle, answered: "Margaret, I'll do it for ye, but itll spoil my day." But this is not typical of Scottish wit. The very tenseness and scintillating sparkle with which one can express oneself in French, that tongue of pol ished steel, constitutes in itself a pe culiarly French wit ; grotesque hyper bole is typical of American humor; re- dundancy of metaphor, richness of phraseology and illustration, is pecul iarly Irish; a quaint, wry dry, naivete seems to be the special characteristic, of Scottish wit and humor. Edin burgh Scotsman. , DOR We have for Immediate delivery three Dort touring ears. Price $1,083 F. 0. B. Factory. The price of the Dort is not high, but It Is sufficient to inchide tmportsnt fea tures thst cheaper cars do not have. At the same time it is much lower in price than other csrs which possess those features. It will, therefore, satisfy the pur chaser who has paid more for a car in the psst while to him who hss paid less it will prove an unexpected revela tion. Call for Demonstration. Palace Garage Amholm A Danbar, Prop., lit Nertb Main St.. Barre. VaraioaU ADMINISTRATOR'S Sale at Auction In ettlemmt of the e.tste of the Isle Mokcs Colby, the undersigned will sell on Tuesday Afternoon, Nov. 16 at one o'cl k in the afternoon, on the premises in I'la infield, about four and one-half miles from the village and about five and one-half miles from Barre City, on the rosd loading from Perkinsvil'lp, so-called, to Cutler cor ner. The Home Farm m containing 70 acres of lsnd, aintably divided; can be made to keep 10 row. snd team; excellent anil; good fruit orrhsrd; small aiurar place; comfort able house. Will alfo srll st the nmr time the 27 acre lot, known at the small sheep barn I'd. Tools iood two-hoe w.fi.n. p'ung, xleiph. bo(m! two-horse hoe, two-htrse sled. 7.) tin sap bucket. 2S o 3tm wooden bucket a, ttellnw. halla evaporator, pood draw tub, rream separator, and many other articles; aU household (nrniture includinir Rood kitrheti store, estenion table, dtntnir ehaira, tables, chamber mtits. telephooe intrument and several other art idea. Term at time of sale. Tuesday, Xov. Irith, at 1 o'clock. E. J. Colby, Administrator. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. Auction Sale at the l,ir;re Prrria farm, tWklcy St FRIDAY, NOV. 12TII At 11:30 O'clock ta the Afternoon Vine emu. thre now 4ur. baUmv to freshen ia winter, thre r fuur shoata. 10 tons rKA aay, mowing machine. priryf trrtli harmw. to j.liw, culti vator. .I'i(:h. two home" wagon, set nrk ha rm . fair diir! k.nicrs, fc.fT1rer. (Ha n, harw f-rk. ee. to Overland aut orro.tuW i-oeie a aW will lale j la tVo miiici. farmrrtlT at 12 W a'cW k. FridsT. Nov. I.' b WM. BOCK, (hract. D. A. PERRT, AtitMrr. She'd Look Out for the S'gns. A salesman was sliowingan elderly lttdv the virtues of the cur he sells, lie she said sternlv. tanninir him on the simil iter, "von uist. tend vonr tirivmif. . .. . . . it don't look like rail, nohow, but if it ,1 ,. i., !,....." ti.. ....... .......... .u J Journal. Unless Adjusted. ' She- 1 . .. .. ,),. .11 i,n.a burst tires go to in the end? He I dort't know, but if they go where most people consign them, there must be a terrible smell of burning rubber somewhere. Rubber Leaf,. HEARD WHAT ANOTHER WOMAN SAID Mrs. Margaret Botineire iof Murray Street, St. John, N. B., writes: "I heard n lndv Kflvinrr she boiiffht, a bottle TW 1W.'. VILi,' fr W rblMw.n. and it was splendid. I am glad I "' - ... " -- know of something good now. I got a bottle and I think it is great." The laxative mentioned above is Dr. Trues Elixir, tho Family laxative and Worm Kxpeller. It is very pleaant to take; children like it, atid it is mild in action. No harmful drugs. It's surprising to know the number of youngsters and even grown-ups who sutler from worms but don't realise it. Every one needs a good laxative to avoid stomach troubles. Signs of Worm. : Offensive breath, swol len up lip, nur .tomach, pain, about the navel, pale fare, eyea heavy and dull, twitch ing earelida, hching of the nose, abort dry . ., - I . . 1 1 .nManJ A .11 MMn. InLmwipri tit ..... . t- - .... . J .V. , Uni lUT ... - ------ - - . . i Lvl..;.,l...l hi , u . ,,.i he "f Carolina Ohfiatl. lute of City of twenty-llv centa for the tint inantion ' . ' (l t"n .no,J "n ,."". t tines extended his arm as a tinning , u Aittricit dMfIlMi .greeting un tent for arh ubCqunt insertion. MuT5 ,n.d " f'w "-""-lin g"Hl. WHERKA8. ...id -ourt h p.Hn r.j. y , nr 8 Mount .trwt. 208t The old ladv watched the proceeding 1 19th Hay of November nt for axamfnins .,,. rrT o A T 1? ' i .?ALBOn via rnn with oven ai f,. 1 1,' Tl,n,, ,.ru,,.,H 1...V and allowing the account of the ndministrm- r AKHlb f UK OAl.iL . i tfiUr. practlually new, aUo one en MinriM myiiv iiirriu uiiii inf. iiriiiii'r - . . .t. - .i.tiin-nw . . ,uc me .,. - . .-nn r- , - . . t m.,.1, u.l ,A', at tl... .Lit "Xfl-t.t." tor ot th ot n,d deceased and for s FOR SAI.E-Onr-man farm, three mil r"'n J- N!" '7, tirBt claM nt,ltM neck and looked at the sky, .Mister, J,. --.j,,. . .,.- the c,-, m...ii.. .;.. t,i. nd HuntinK. 6 Hull. tnt. Lhone 7n.'4 cough, grinding at the Ueth, red points on , by publiahng thia ordex three wieeka auecessiva the tongue, .halting during teep, .low j ly in the Barre Daily Times, s newspaper (avr. Adv. 1 publiahed at the city of Barre. In said di- - i ' 11 ' trirt, which circulate in the neighborhood of those penon. interested therein; all which Real Estate and Peonaljnfv,;i1 &rErfc"" to Property At Auction The undersigned will sell at public aurtion to the highest bidder on the premises in Jiast Randolph village, on MONDAY, NOV. 15TH at. 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, the following described property: Tht Tlnmo P.irm 7 rnntaininir ti.1 ai'riw of crood lann. uith nr. Jj..!.'.l - i: :: 1-:ti Jv acrt auuitioiiai au.i.nt.g. , lays well Slid is in food Stat of Clllti- vation; bslsnce pHKture Snd woodland; good hoiie. ele.-tric lights, splendid ,,' ,, .,,,, ,.. water; bsrn. limit only live years; silo; hog houae; wagon sheds, etc. Is onlv five minutes walk from school and church, and dtnrett, etc. 16 Head of Stock 10 grade ,Iery cows, all j oung except one, eight of tliee t.O frechen within the next three months, 1 two-year-Old . hood of those pt-nens Interested therein; hull 1 vearlinff hull -2 hpifer. calves whlch I ublirjili.nj shall be previous to i." erj'ni? null, hellers, - e"vm,,itbe time appointed for the hearing. 3 shosts, 4.) hens, 2 work horne. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to mei Jml IVlaClUnery Snd lOOlS . , . . .viowinff macuine, ini-.c i, "r"'.T two-horse lumber waaon, lijjht two horse lumber wagon, one rubber tire buf-'iry, new ;c one other mijrjry, buck board, frood two-hore sled, dump cart, 2 sleiphs, punff sleigh, traverse sled, bob sled, stone host, Wood-Pecker ea pine, ensilKe cutter and carrier, plow, wheel harrow, spring-tooth harrow, smoothinsr harrow, two cultivators, oat bin, grindstone, pair double work har nesses, single work harnesses, 3 driving harnesses, blankets and robes. Empire eresm separator, good set scales, tackle blocks, ana an aim.., iuu. i; of spnice and hemlock lumber qusn- t.ty ash sheathing; about 17 tons of 1 A ton. sulairas at t fnm fit Y a W ' liar, -. '""--"-- , tons eorn ion er aouut . .,. a ... iA .. Xl l.inhn u nikf a I aab 9i '" l" "V, t"-"--. HAsn Alsirx ilia nf it v nf nnim- bold furniture, including two chunk kiti... r.no. chmh.r at. chairs' tables, stands, earnets. couch. or.,h hammock, pictures. dithes. 08! churn, small churn, butter worker, milk cans and nails, and a lot of other .i,.l.. t., nnmornua to mention. t.. . i,. r.1 i .rriHr will h .old without reserve or limit. Xfondv Vov. 15th.' at 9:30 o'clock. Lunth at niH.n. Mrs. (-rtrude S. Maidment. owner, 1). A. Perry, auctioneer, Barre. Vt. PROFESSIONAL CARD " DR. EDWIN F. howlavd bldg. gURGEON J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Practice limited to Piseasea of InfanU and Children. Offtca hour. : t to 10. t to s, 1 to . and by appointment Room U. Milea Granite Block. Tel. S2-R. FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUILDING. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQfARTFRS FOR RFttrIF. PIANOS. PLAYER P1AWOS, VltTROLA"-. fONORA TMKIN MA CHINES. RECORDS. FHFET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt PR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BLANCH A RD BLDG. Pboaea : OSVe. 7tH-W ; Residence. 70S-R. DR. X II. SMITH Osteopathic Physician t kEITH AVrXt fc OttVe Dosed Satnrdsya WE ALWAYS HAVE Jav Sat ynu are looking foe ia the of ewflr. sjlverware, rut glass, etc. A we statry h.r waUh and clock repair work guar anteed. O. J.JX)DGE. the Jeweler ?s rm FTF.rrr fCtl.Z Ar.EVT FOR r.70S AktFRtCA V" riANO TUNING B AKTTt R BFF.O ROJT 14s. TElfHONE III IrVvwT. rtl llR -Lsn eew- at Boaters at m, Barre. TL S4S-W. ESTATE OF CAROLINA OLCIATI. I ,., Vermont nitrtnt of wnlne-ton. ... The honorable probate court for the IU iut-t iu?n...ni. nr k. .nd nrdrd ... . . m . that nuunc notice Ulereoc ne sivcn to rrson- Interested In said estate b, publish, Inn this ordi-r three weeks lurceasivelf tireviou to the day awiltned. In the Barre iDnily Time., a newspaper published at City at Barre. In .aid district ! IHEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpeiter, 1 In aaid rilntrlct. on the dy aulened. then account if you see cause, and Xa establish your rlRnt s. heirs, leKatec nd lawful elatnwnt. to .aid residue Given under my hand, this 27th day October, 1V2Q. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Oct2oNov4-ll ESTATE OF NORMAN McLEAT. Stete of Vermont, Platrlct of Washington, s. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all necona intrtl in the estate of Norman McLeay, GREETING: WHEREAS, application in writing hath heea made to this court by the guardian of Norman McLeay for license to mortgage cer- te owned by .aid ward situ- - ited In the Town of B arre. County of Wash ington and State of Vermont and described aa follow. : Three tenement houses, .itu- at-d in Graniteville, o-ealled, in the Town il X ... V j j 7 ZL Z-ZT anJd nouMea are altuatjid. and further renre- :. , . .. . . . . aenting that it i. necessary to mortgage said real estate to rata the sum of fifteen hun - dred dollar, for the purpose of preventing . sacrifice of .aid eaUte. to make repair, upon id real estate, and to pay debts and for the eupport of aaid ward: that aaid mort- gage shall be given to secure the said sum of fifteen hundred dollars, and .hall be pay. able on demand with Interest .enti-annually at the rate of six per cent. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and assigned the 1st day of December, 1820, at the probate office in Montpelier, in .aid district, to bear and decide upon said appli cation, and ordered that public notice thereof to be given to all persona interested therein. THEI EFORE, you ne hereby notified to appear before .aid court, at the time and place aforeaaid. the and there In aaid court to object to the granting of such license, it you ho cause. Given under my hand at Mnntnelier. In wid district, this 10th day of November, laao. MARY i. CUTLER, Register. Novll-lft-24 ESTATE OF NORMAN McLEAY. State of Vermont, District of Washington, as. The honorable probate court for the district aforesaid, to all persona interested in the u, i.t nf W-Bn Xl T u . : IV I. fcTTVP. . WHEREAS, application in writing hath hen made to this court by the guardian of I N firman McLaajr for llrerwc to .ell the real ! catate of .aid ward. vi. AH of th real atate of aaid ward .ituated in the Town of Barre. in ea'd dintrir.t. remvaentinr that the rale Ik.nnl tnr tkm nnrnnu .Jt miin thm nn - - ur jn7 ,h. in ,twk, or ,h i,.t.. iuvng the avail, thereof for. the benefit of ;,,Vri "V i5w dinca would bene- i netal fcr .aid ward. WHEREUPON, the .aid court appointed and aaaigned the let day of December, 19-", at the frobate offlc in Montpelier, in .. d qitnci. 10 near ana oecmc upon aaio rppii. r. wn. ana oroxrro tnat pup-ic nouce uicreo. to ce given 10 an neraona iniereaiea Tnerein. i br (Hialhii.r this order thnt wrks uc-' p,rt,.r poBii, t c,ty f Barrel in fald dwtrict, which circulate, in the neighbor cwively in th Parr Daily T men, nw appear Del ore asid court, at the time and Place afomaid. then and there In Mid court, I to object to the granting of uch licenso, if I you ae causa. Given under my hand st Montnelier. In said district, thin th day of November, 1920. FRANK 1. MARTIN, Judge. Novl 1-18-24 Administrator's Sale at Auction la settlement of the estates of the late Charles V.. Davis and Ida K. Davis. T in ti . t ..i,i; ... , ; . ,1,. 1 will sell at public auction to the ni.,nt biddcr tlie VTfmitf.t on the R,rl,,Tdlwll rod known ,s the D..H Slone place, on Saturday afternoon, 1 . .... ... .Nov. 13, at 1 oclock sharp, the follow , described articles of household fur- r niture and other personal property: I rf Beds, bedding, chairs, stove in espe cibIIv good condition, tables, tiible lin 'n-.bed men. pictures, couches, stands, "'"''' of flocks, mirrors, ehiflonier. sideboard, lamps, writing I A"k- rt wlnr'- eln niachine, ice I ","n freezer, wash boiler, tubs, lot of I garden and carpenter's tools, lace cur M"'". wrinfer, stone jars, floor cover- I 'tc- ,tc I Terms at time of sale. Kverylhing j sold without rewrve or iimit. D. A. PERRY, Administritor. HEININGER DENTIST TB0NB w LARSON and WELLS ARCHITF.CTS AND KXOIXEERS HANOVER. N. H. HOWARD H.REID.D.D.S. HOWLAND BUILDING Specfalizirsr in Extratling and Dental X-Ray Diajmosls Tboas 1(-M FERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambvlanca Bervic Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot 8oa-, Barre TeL etmnectioei, ;t-W W. II. G00DFELL0W PIANO TUNING I.esvo orders at GodffJows Jewelry Ftetra i Barre. Pannes : Stora, 2 - : M 1 Si'S- at. ITStf GAGE & GAGE cnmnrKACTORs Hours Pa 't : t-10 a. fn TJ.. Tlturtdav. I I a jn. : Eveejtan- , . 'exorrt Tuesoays and Satur-tsv.. M . Ier- Mwir. wcdnoday. frraara. I ts S ; i Tuesdays. Tkurxlii. atardays. 10 i t. BARRE. VERMONT rbone ;.W !W Nonk Msm Street 1 J. Thomas Jamieson ArCTIt'NH R WILLIAMSTOWN. VERMONT. 1 r. (juste of National School erf A acUefneeTUia- - i. i DR. LEWIS D. t?Ti v nfrrrnrATHir tuvstcian 0Vw - bea SV M iw fSutdiaa orwvrff Km fc . . m tsi!assl1li , 4 s-ea. Mesaf . Twaaamy. Tbaraday nasi FrsSag Thr T.We fnr 25r . , , , . . mA Th Times will publish Want.. Lo '' - Found, For Sain. To Let, tc short advyr- furnitur. kn .nj I .. .... . . . m l. ii ifpninrn, mna nivnmt stnte oi ui adore. I)., Times office. - KOR SALE -Throe farm, three hoiwM. three miildintr li.u. and Orimm urmt tools, by CJ. H. Adam.. South Barre. 1 Oft 16 Ewt Montpolicr. three mile, from Montnolier. 10 acrra, flight ccw. and pair of homes, and tool. for particulars ee Leo Mathieu ai Perkin. sitnnic. nv.ntpeiur. iniiu FINE FARM FOR RAI.E Cnle-Trudel farm. lMi mile, out of Mar.hp.etd villa on of fain htichway Jo St. John.bury. buildings In exceilent condition, about 110 acre., low price fcr quirk canh .ale; addre. F. E. Gleason, agent. Montpelier, Vt. 178tf FOR SALE- - My fs ituated 1 H mile. from Williamstown village, coniating of 120 acres, also rtock and tool.: mixht ake s house in village in part. payment; for par ticulni inquire or call oti M- R. J5e.nevid. Williamstown, N. E. phone S94-H, alto Peo ples' phone. llSStf HOUSES FOR SALE FOR '8AI.E -Ccttair- ;,t five room," Iar.e garden, large henhouse, for immediate fie , nrice J1100: inauire at 151 South Main St. ' ' 204t6 . fnr"silZt..;mri. at lh reari street ann lot anjoming on cum- . . . , i - r i . . , c , mrr .ireei. ; inquire oi w miit-a eiivt,t. - ' Pe(lrI rtr(Mt, " 18Stf l i i, -r , , . . FOR SALE-The Fenwick place, one and a Tr "" " '""j'Tr' w ' vegptaDm larm. goou new ann oarmi. oe m f"""" Zar . i"' .".'",' wim of the farming tools ; T. H. Cawe, Ad ministrator, Barre. 122tf The Ral. Estate v Market We again urge the importance of buying now. Below are a few which we especially recommend. nitiVr.E STRRITT HOTTER with all the cWiventencea. hardwood fioorn, etc. Lot is large and a fine location, spring water, good porch ; a good chance at $3,000. Ready for immediate occupancy. HILL STREET EXTENSION house with ' barn and large parcel of land. Can be lifted for tt families and i. now rented at $10.00 per month. Will sell for $1,860.00. HOUSE AND LOT ON BROOK STREET, for $1,600. Would cost nearly double to build at this time. AS AN INVESTMENT "AND HOME -..rni-bined we can offer you a good .two-tenement house with large eatra lot on Maple avenue. .TKree dm nine r.'wim. t wfi hathn. liirhta. l-tc, s fine chance for one to occupy one fide and rent the other for from $14.00 to $16.00 ier month. ' NEAR SUMMER STREET we are sl- lowed to offer a double house, divided mi h KMlUir. il HKIim On each aide: BOth ienentenU have lights, bath, etc.; good rrhn : always rented at I2t 0 each. Will sell for M.r.CO and if .old within a f-w lav. i lHL lncde .,"nnv'lulf .""L?" .tiumZ- .treet orth $1,00. Better look this over at once. . . f A R6.AL TKAUfc in a hocee. Wnjmw ana in.c ,,nc. " " - i u. w..r...T- ami .it umi one of a sond income and some which can be exchanged for city property. Call in and V A t)fC . We have the kind that assure. talR it over. row ia a gooo uira u ioo around. TTTP. T) A PERRY j 11111 u' l- 1 REAL ESTATE AGENCY HELP WANTED MALE WANTED--Five or six men to dig ditch, rood pay; apnlr to H. A. Kendall, Trow Hill, phone 81&-M. 20SU WANTED Flrt-elass letter" cutter ; apply Martinson Estate Co. 02tJ WANTED Hydroelectric por"r sUtion man. experience and reervnrw necessary; apply Nelson A Hall Co., Montgomery Cen ter, Vt. toit WOODSMEN WANTED Choppers. cant dog mn, sled tenders ana teanuters; win- ' ter's job. rood wage and good board I write or call Green Mrmntatn Lumber Co., Middlesex. Vt. pbon. Montpelier 12-R. I7tl2 TRAMSTER' WANTED Also a few tons of bar for as!..- apply to N. H. Nelson. z Merchant street. THt HELP. WANTED FEMALE" WANTED All-round cook for few weeks while rea-ular cook is having vacation : HU'a Tavern. Wells River, Vt 201tf TABLE GIRL WANTED AT ONCE At tho Pioroo A Clark Restaurant Montne lier. 200tf WANTED Pupil, nurses and attendant at the Taunton State Hospital, wage. S4S.00 per month with maintenance.; for particu lar address Dr. Arthur V. Goes. Supt J64tt EFFICIENT COOK, waitresses and kitchen women wanted at care at Miller's Inn. Montpelier. T5tf PUPIL NURSE3 WANTED Yonr women to train aa nurses at Barre City Huepittl. Barre. ' Stf HOUSES TO RENT FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT At S2 Manle Ave.. Mrs. S. 8. Smith. 200t TO RENT Tenement on Camo .treet six rooms and bath, electric lights, hot and cold water; inquire of Frit W. Jackson. 19tf TO RENTES ix-roora tenement all modn eonvmiencea; inquire at 44 Park St.. phone K4-W. lStf TO RENT Siv-room, modern tenement : ln in. of O. D. Shurtleff. 12 North Main ----- slreea. 1M i TO RENT Upstxim tenement at 4S East street rent a. 1.. wood wort!! at Candy Kitchen, rbona 177-M. ""'M j-- .. ... - . . i TO Kf Iv I tore on rcari sireet, near lo R.ms. Vt. a-ond lorarion t apply vo A. B. Carb-r. Mer. Bijoo Theatre. 14Ctf TO RENT-Five-nwm tenement with garden at S fcimwooo avenue; bppv kik dress. i Tn I fV.'r t.iimm,i .1 f. Verrhant street f also four tenements on Willev street all In first-clssa shape: modern improvements ; I Geo. W. Mann. 4 Wellington st-eet li'tf i LOST AND FOUND THE PARTY WHO TOOK COASTER j .treet return at onoa and save further j tmuble. 2f4'- LOST Biar black and white" beifer. two years old. no borna ; finder please notify! O. P. Lambert, W ilhsmstown. 20St3 j LOPT -Between Smith stork farm and , williamstown a snermum nneo coat : Sndcr pH-nre return to the Times office snd Se rewarrtea. .o.ts , Si kaili' r com w :iirv sireer pa'Turv. , four wekw'"o cm. red and white O-iei-n. aer and one HoMein row; tinder will be rss Toeaaei Rlk . pbote 70S-W ..... - - rded for iknr t"wMe fr ca.!fn M lultiJ MISCELLANEOUS FORTUNES TOI.P- 1-t my clairvoyaaew r ' fiTSi :,7! I sneet me perwully : Luh-a 1. l.iMf ll.,f,l,.lrl Vt D NC1NH CLASHES fTARTED imm anytime, private ntrtsrtira fay an- rT"tnent 1 4 ceil at 172 Main .treet . lSvtl .- 1 , M.ML A.. ifij- r. lu e.. I, -Aas Bts-pped to tke wrtiee; es't S04-M. WI-f : . LIr.iMllI rUKN.M.b FOR SALE-Wh te Chester f r-weeVs-.M r-Vf. w " : Jttwx MrTurue. I.sst , Barre newt prone US-IS 2 IS JFOR SALE -Two hin-knnt Ci-vwey ball : rst.es. si wiiiHi f d. re -trr'eS. rei '" yosffirncr. f -o-e trtrd herd: P. I' . tirw-nirs. Wiv-w larva. East ConriH. Vt ' - ir1 n ' WAVTTTV WsTt rae and surni salaaasas) fa r MALE AND FEMALE HELPl kTr. r b-,-. ran. JTSJL'Tv.r wr. S-; Hwprts! f"f law Insane at Aa- aeTve) ' atw l svsss' wti-n e--: apriy at Hespvtai. Waaerksjrv. Vs. truf I FOR SALE fOJl SALE-- Pumpkin, '"Hubbard Squat Ccrrnts and Pop Corn. nric. richt- w cinrk r.ium. iac.v zueti t. f M I' . T T7 . . - .am,!--luairee cohi neater, in dinin b, wH.? V n" b'e. wrincer child a hiith ttt .'" cmcKen wire; call at "lr,tt- 2031 ;FOR SALE-Seir."tone set' tuba with cover! ." "nKe u zu.s ; nl Iv Cidr freh from the pres. ny jmct; r. k. Bailey. uofl - irun SSLK -Frnrtirnllv .,! etove. one large Feninsulnr ranire. .uiu.1 on farm, one tve with gn. atUchmeii .nte wown ana coal heaters, new and usJ o nouuenold furniture ai linoleum i Abram Fine, 48 Maple Ave. 202t rOR SXLK -One Maynard cream separate capacity 600 lbe.. nearly new. price tli t01w.,.S- "efst'or that will do god r.' ,7, 1 Ken st once; G. W. 8choH . ". ver, vt. 20'Ul ... i Ptsno in good eonditioi w... or oia cneap for cash; inquire " "5"! lrret or phone 672-W. 2021 ' 8ALE-OM eaubll.hed""b"uini .own near Kn... f-,.;. , J i . ... ktb cream. n-u i.a.v.,- ... . '-' 1 cuiim-iiuiKri h trwlp. ! for inventory about 12,20 , -" otore, uarre Uatiy. Times office. 202tl CABBAGE FOR SALE -.'1.2B .' dozen he. -v..r,us.,n rarm, pnone 459-J. Z02t run aAl.K--Registered black Riherl.J I n.i i . . . . .bck oiDeneri , nsumut. will aell chen JnmMK Rnll Che.Uea.Vt. P' m" .Stn I Tir - ABOUT 800 YARDS FINEST BLACK M1 ".! . """" coating, at a gred .7 i n ' ln'" n'1"' was made to . . pr 5,aTrt- must clean up the Id SL m "nr. amount wish, parcJ ?. .- m"'e on request: Crawford Clothing ractory, Fairfield. Maine. 19BU3 SCOTT'S DELICIOUS EXTRACTED HONE now ready, SSe per pound net, bring yod package; H. W. Scott, 19 Richardson Si . v; 194 W? FOirSALE-W. ErNicboU7phoT, WINTER VEGETABLES FOR S A LE Ca a bage, $1.00 and 1.60 per dozen; Savd cabbage, same pHee; becU. carrot, and ci Per bushel; turnips, 11.00 p4 'Quash, in 80-lb. Into). hr e.nt. n, I (,.OT.Kiim, voc per dub He : Hubbsrl j delivered In Barre. Montnelier and on thj hill" Mitchell Farm, R. F. D. Z, phonl 22S-J. 111 HEMLOCK TLANtf Fnit RAT T have in atork here in Barre about fortj inousana I ret dry two-inch hemlock plank anyone Interested telephone H. G. Bennet 157tl CLAPBOARDS FOR Comolll Ik Co. SALE All 137tl FOR SALE A n reparation for cVsnini grsniM -nd marble monuments : brighteni " " lettering and mattes the who!- montd . ment topk etan and new : rtisrnnteed : price. on application: Jinn Sullivan. 114 Pari Bireer. nnrre, vt. lht! a TTTTf rtTJTT T? ' 't 1 V ' VJ 1 ' ' -'y FOR SM,EOne Dod-e toj-Hng -.c. i flcJ .-fniw"r'- OinVmobile lr-ij , ',"'ht-cylinr -ven- p"en tr', I 7TZ , ?'r FOR " ALE tua Chevrolet toui I condition, $600 S. F. Marsh, Montpelier. 201 1 touring car. A ah. nhone 2SA.J, I l0t , fr0RSALIrordnivSTtrira car. In wood running condition: !nouH , ,t P.l.r. r.emre. ISOtt Doner. TRUCK FOR SALE-Sereen body I ftrt-rla condition, rood as nw. 1I1 ' : nm about J.000 miles : 7"ishcr Fnrml B-thl. Vt. lfj HORSES AND VEHICLES DARK HAY MORGAN MARE FOR SALS Pound, god worker and driver, weight SR0 !h.. prir- $100; G. W. Schoolcraft, Wells RivenVt. wtt FOR SALE Driving horse, safe for lady tfl drive, wight 1000 Ib. ; photie 2S6-J. 41 Pattereon St SOOtJ FOR SALIC Pair of bones, will exchange -for cattle; John F. Benjamin, Barre. nhorve 106-R. 198 All Sorts of Auto Robes We have Plush Robes. We have Fancv Shawls. We hnvo For Rohc. We have Foot Warmers, too. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. COLTON'S PLACE 4 State Street Montpelier. Vermont f The Furnace With a 7-Incti: Cold-Air Space I Epecllly designed .and constructed to meet' New r.ngiano condition., aii sizes in sioc.k" Free inpectsn of your house and prompt. installation. Why .hiver through another winter T MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Teleohsnel A Plow that doea not run true both waya is not plow. Engines Snecial fall prices. All s!m up to including 10 h. p. If you now have ai engine that, is too email we will exchanges MARSH-ALLEN CO. J N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone FEATURE NO. of Famous John Deere Spreader! While this ia no4 by any means the lasfj irsmrr vi inim ncwi - - - . to burden you lonrer with minute detail feature of thia Spreader. w are not goinaj sot just call attention to the moat worthy) feature of all. ana rule la THE COMPANY BArK OF THE iirKr- ur.K , . - . . ... M4 " "" " . . . " . " 1 and meet r eompantca maang ia A company that aUnds for quality an i in everv sewe of the won! When you think Sprcsder. think Jobnj tWiv. Vi have orders for a few second-han preade.ra to use on small farm, where they will be little used. j I Tvtt, iw 'lMers are mien wt w,,, EXCHANGE. If you have something yoat sib to exchange, corn early. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone !40 Oranat C Telepboos l VTPD ;Uit.U yf ANTED Placs for ou let rtr to work for Srwrd : address letter to "a. care limes peftre. SMt A NrRSE TLL TAKE TWO OR THRES :der?y r--plr to care tor. tn per nwne: ,jh. -Nurse." care Barre Times. tjt ..-,-n P,.,-"w. in, mendine and cn- ' , . u rwii. a.sh na Avenll St. Barre'. Vt 021S wiXTFn TO RENT By the month. ' 1. mvl eA-.rfiflr.fi w4tfi .t.aS.ed wntcr in vnod co-i-t't-cn lML.nl e.11 0 1 . V, hefwefen a. m. red . ' ' WANTED TO BUT Se-ood-hsnd .tandsrd ,We typewriter: ea II I S-M. 2a;t r.,. . hii lriniro new y XUStJ v4 but an aggravation. If you want Vt swap your uiKr.,iuu ivx yiu., ranrrir. ber we exchange. I MARSH-ALLEN CO. XOW-I"11'"! I (-jVi. - in or . - - - - Juon. h.i" w. ,,,e- s AMM1 - t(r or nve-i imrim ti-iiwii jrrr two. centrally loeateej. mtn ol city - - , , We. t. n m i,f m m m . . )S' KTrr - Piece to work in .mail f.mily : R,k'ph Center. iatf w - ANTFIV - A'l k.n.w of hn rsintinr. sufb .. .vieme'. :'e. Vths- varaM ana ase - f-rrt mde to order; Henry Bw- ley. Pamtrr. hon 43S North Main ae f cr Mtjse al 8 Cer.'.ral street -."r,t y, ANTFtV dw or two furvtwhed voorns. I or witht board; writ to "J g ' L - ." rare Times -rVe. ir.lt. AIS A tU lU 1L I w ASTFrt TO "BUT Live poultry; arpv fc. E. rerry. (bcn Ui-W.