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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.; TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1921.
4 ABOUT THE STATE Happenings rf Interest from Different Sections. t : : r There were more marriages in Rut land in 1020 than for any like period in five years, 154 having taken place there. Eueene Cox, a Monkton farmer, com mitted suicide New Year's day by shooting. He was 8 years old and had been a sufferer from hardening of the arteries for a long time. TTenrv Stockwfill. formerly nontmns ter for 13 years at West Brattleboro and previous to that proprietor ot ho tels at Jamaica and Putney," died at his home in West Brattleboro Dec 30 at the age of 81 years. Mrs. Mctta Blake and family of ,Eden,have given to the Congregation al church of that town $1,000, to be held in trust by the Vermont domestic mis ! oionary feooioty. The gift is made as ,a memorial to the late B. B. Bla!ce, a long-time deacon of the church, ; "A Community house and armory combined is being planned for Brattle horo and architect's plans already have been submitted. It may be a three- story building, with the armory on ?the first floor and in the basement and the second aiid third floors for com muriity purposes. Arthur Thuren of Montpelier, nine years of age, broke his leg while mak ing a jump on skiis Wednesdiiv ifter noon. He made an unusually long jump over and down a bank and landed in such a manner that his lojt was broken between the knee an:l the hip. He was taken to Heaton hospital. Breaking up a "watch night party" in Rutland, an officer of the law found several men gambling and arrested one of them, Ernest Frasier in whose room the game was goine on, charged with operating a gambling establishment. He was given a sentence of six months in the house of correction at Wind sor. - In municipal court in Benninaton Dec. 31 were tried the, slot machine caes resulting from the raiding of eight business places whers nickle and penny slot machines were ;m.v1. Six of the proprietors were fined $100 each, with individual costs of $6.05. while the other two were each finpd 10, with individual costs of $6.05. The two lat ter used theirs in the sale of goods, WATERBURY-WAITSFIELD ASS'N. diaries Holland, 74, a resident of Jvewfane, shot himself aivove the right eve with a revolver Sunday a little past noon. He had been in failing health for . some time and had been sufTerinflt severely of late from heart disease. Xeiehbors responded to Mrs. Holland s call for help and Dr. 1. ,H. Cordon was summoned. Mr. Holland died about 3 o'clock in the afternoon. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Lessie Chase Holland. , jt ' George K. Montgomery, first cashier of the Killinaton National bank in Rutland, finished Dec. 31 a service of 3fi years with the bank and the Rut land Trust company, of which he was treasurer all that time. The bank peo ple presented him on that day $1,000. irift of $500 from each institution. A luncheon was also tendered him and the employes presented him an au tomobile thermos kit. I NOTED STUDENTS FROM CHINA. Come to Attend Middlebury College, Children of Ex-Ruler. I Middlebury, Jan. 3. Four sons of the late Yuan Shih Kai, second presi dent of China, arrived here last week to become students at Middlebury col lege. Their names adopted for their ite in America are Charles, Alexan der, William and Thomas. Their ages range from 12 to 17 years. The young est was born in the imperial pain' during his father's administration. I They will remain in this country cpght years for the completion of their education. Excellent Records Made by Herds Dur ing December, W. C. Joslin's leading. Some excellent records were made by the different herds in .the Waterbury Waitsfield Cow Testing association dur ing December. W. C. Joslin of Waits field has the leading herd in milk pro duction. His. herd of purebred Hol fteing, 10 milk cows, averaged 1,010 pounds of milk and 35.6 pounds of fat for the month. Mr. Joslin also has the leading cow in milk and butterfat pro duction. The cow, Beauty Segis Mu tual Beets, produced 1,870 pounds of milk during the month, while the cow, K. K. H. V. Carlotta, produced 71.4 pounds of butterfat in the same length of time. j Arthur Maxham of Fayston has the leading herd in butterfat production. His herd of 10 grade Jersey averaged 35.7 pounds of butterfat. The following table gives the names and record of the cows of the associa tion which have produced more than 40 pounds of butterfat or 1,000 pounds of milk during the 30 days ending Dec. 24: Lbs. Lbs. b't'r milk. ft. 1607 48.2 1516 61.5 1470 45.8 1180 30.6 158!) 47.5 ' 1074 33.0 1083 35.7 1113 38.7 1556 40.8 1113 35.6 1016 33J5 1684 71.4 1357 48.9 1106 43.1 1382 58.0 1165 30.6 1272 40.7 1180 3"J0 1307 48.3 1470 50.0 1052 322 1531 55 7 1870 58.3 1034 32.1 1052 33 7 1034 32 1 1 156 35.8 1156 34.7 1223 30.1 1168 30.2 1101 30.6 836 40.1 848 57.5 680 44.9 732 40.3 076 46.S 817 46.6 750 42.0 857 42.0 653 40.5 708 40.6 000 47.7 820 50.8 1028 44.2 000 42.3 055 61.6 1074 51.6 885 40.7 The Prodigal Returns Owner Brd. of cow. of cow. Vt. state hospital R.H. Vt. state hospital R.H. Vt. state? hospital R.H. Vt. state hospital R.H. Vt. state hospital R.H. Vt. state hospital R.H. Vt. state hospital R.H. Vt. state hospital R.H. Vt. state hospital R.H. Vt. state hospital R.H. Vt. state hospital R.H. W. C. Joslin W. C. Joslin W. C. Joslin W. C. Joslin W. C. Joslin W. C Joslin W. C. Joslin C. Joslin C. Joslin C. Joslin C, Joslin C. Joslin Mrs. P. Wa-sson R.H. Mrs. P. Wasson R.H. Mrs. P. Wasson R.H. H. Sleeper ...G.H. G. H. Sleeper ...G.H. H. Sleeper G. H. Sleeper G. H. Sleeper W. W. Woodward G.A. W. C. Norcross ..G.J. G. M. Jones & Son G. J. W. W. W. W. W. .R.H. .R.H. .R.H. .R.H. .R.H. .R.H. .R.H. .R.H. .R.H. .R.H. .R.H. . R.H. ..G.H. ..G.H. ,.O.H. MARSHFIELD FOR SALE Parlor ooal heater: fine ma. un; price $12.00; 80 Summer St. Unit tisementa at the rata of three linen tot HAY POK 8ALE-Early cut and No. 1 in twenty-five cent for the first Insertion and every nspect; Mitchell farm; R. F. D. ten centa for each subsequevt Insertion. (2; 'rdione 2Z-3-J. 246tf ' " ' (FOR SALE Beets, carrots and "tii-r ei aa I . p"" bushel ; cnUtese $2.00 per hundred Ifc,. i delivered ; don't order by the peck, but buy . oiwftel, and get Hint clam Roods at FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEA stood farm wholoeale price ; Mitchell farm, R F D in the town of Washington, also an elflhtj 'Phone 228-J. jStf Sim. m -i n.n ' SP BaVe. i SAI.E--Cedar " i ...!.... Je v i. i. uunnnar FARMS FOR SALE FORALE3rhree---io' farmr'eiht acre. ', Atti i !5 tore , -,V..-7 ?" Jt$ imlattr'ii t'ants close down; thousands of men laid offNews Item. E. II. Jones . . E. H. Jones . . E. H. Jones . . E. H. Jones , . E. H. Jones . E. H. Jones . . M. H. .Moody M. H. Moody M. H. Moodv M. H. Moody M. H. Moody M. H. Moody M. H. Moody M. H. Moody ..O.J. ..O. J. ..G.J. ..R.J. ..R.J. ..G.J. ..R.O. . . R.G. . . R.G. . . R.G. ..R.G. ..R.G. ..R.O. ..R.G. " Twenty-nine days' record. Karl R. Manning, official tenter. MUCH HOG CHOLERA of Has Been Found in the Vicinity Burlington. Burlington, Jan. 4. -Following the discovery of an epidemic of hog cholera in the outlying districts here, it is be lieved that numerous hogs infected with the dim'HM have been slaughtered and offered for consumption. Jr, A. J. Dofossett, live dock inspector for Ver mont, is investigating in an endeavor to locate the carcasses of the infected animals to-ascertain if the hogs were diseased before offered for consump tion. The disease appears to have originat ed from garbage collected from hotels and restaurants and has spread from one farm to another until it is feared association to be held in Boston Jan. 25 and 20. Final action on putting this plan into effect will be taken then. EAST BROOKFIELD was he (1 last that the hog3 on about a dozen farms week Wednesday. A large number at Mrs. Leo Perkins and son, Clyde, from Gaysville visited relatives here last week. Agnes Stoddard has returned fo New York to resume her work there. Eva Grant is working for Mrs. Will Austin, who has been ill for several weeks and is now slowly convalescing. Mrs. Clyde Hopkins was in Williams town last Thursday evening to attend grntlemen'si night, which was observed by the Rural Good Luck club. The annual business meeting of the Congregational society are affected. LIQUOR FOR HIS OWN USE. VERMONT CORPORATION AFFAIRS Gerrard-Barclay Co. of Barre Has $35, V 000 Paid Up Stock. I.Thc Gerrard-Barclay Granite com pany of Barre has filed with the secre tary of state a statement that the company has paid up $35,000 of it IBO.0O0 capital stock. The Barre Drug corporation propose to issue 150 rlkares of stock at I00. The Ricker Live Stock, Inc., of tSt. Johnshury has paid up 16,(Kt0 of its capital stock. The Bellows Falls Garage company of Bellows Falls'prnposes to issue $45,000. The Finnish Farmers' Oo-operat ive rub of Andorer has paid up $5,000. - "Is That Ice Thick Enough to t-kste on, little boy!" "No, air, it's only just thick enough to try and see if it' thick enough." This illustrates the pronenesa to secure insecure security whiih many people exhibit in specula tive, pet rich quick investments. We offer insurance service developed by over 70 Tears of experience. National Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mutual t. S. S. Hal lard, general agent, Rialto block, Mont pelier, Vt. For Having It Harry E. Cheney of Rutland Was Fined. Rutland, Jan. 4. One hundred dol lars and costs was the penalty in flicted upon Harry E. Cheney of this city yesterday by Muncipal Judge George M. Goddard for bringing 24 quarts of intoxicating liquor into this country "for his own use during the holidays." The respondent, who was arrested aome davs ago at Proctor bv Deputy Sheriff W. H. startup of that town, has a federal charge of a similar nature hanging over him. He was bo fore the citv court a few days ago and pleaded not guilt v. Yesterday he changed the plea to guilty. Attorney George K. Morse appeared for him. rrom his house on a .Sunday m December, Deputy Startup saw Chenev take a suitcase from the front end c-f the Rutland railroad flyer just after it stopped at Proctor depot, tneney started to drive towards Rutland and the officer overtook him and seized the suitcase, which proved to be filled with bottles of whiskey. New England Milk Producers' Association. j tended and a very interesting meeting was held. The following oflicers were elected: Clerk, J. C. Holmes; treasurer, Jamex Sptague; collector, linbert Trask; organist, Mrs. Ralph Willeox; chorister. Homer Brown. Christian Bjorn from Barre spent Christmas with bis parents, Mr. and Mrr. John Bjorn. A New ears gathering was held at Fanners who supply the Boston mar. kets with milk will receive nine and one half cents per quart delivered in Boston for January. The same price will pre vail in most of the lesser markets of New England as it is their custom to;t) home of J. C. Holmes, 18 being follow the Boston price month by! present. inotith. A party was held at the home of Mr. The sales committee of the New and Mrs. Will Ruts last week Monday England Milk Producers' association, as j evening. HANCOCK Mrs. William Blair of Rochester has lieen a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Blair. Will Blair has finished work at Ho tel McCray and is working for George Farr. Mrs. Charles Durfee and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fifield were Christmas euests of Mrs. Kate Flfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elliott and fam ily of Warren have been recent guests at Elmore Goodyear s. Mr. and Mrs. Harry LeBar and fami ly have returned from their visit with relatives in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Cassada of Rochester is work ing for Mrs. O. R. Church. The dance and box social at the town hall Wednesday evening, given for the benefit of the library, was quite a Kiiceess, $20 being realised. Dan Dunham was in Bethel recently. ! Mr. and Mrs. Iiersehel Roberts were in Randolph last week. Dan Manning, who spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manning, has returned to his work in Norwood, Mass. ThrrA T.inos fnr 2.P The Time, will miblllh Wants. Lot an i FCj" ?ALE The annual business meeting of the Found, For Sal-. To Let, ete.-short. adver-; .... ... 1 ... . I . . 1 . l.nM TOT 11 A V Hill. Coiiirretrationol church will be held next Thursday evening, Jan. 6, nt 7:30, at. the parsonage. All members an? requested to be present. Miss Doris Jenkins of Montpelier visited friends in town recently. The occasion of the surprise recep tion given Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pitkin recently was the 25th anniversary of their . marriage, instead of the 20th, as reported. Miss Dorothy Hudson was in Barre a few days last week, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. George Johnson. Miss Grace Wooster returned Satur day to Waterbury, Conn., after spend ing a week with her sisters. The schools In town reopened Mon day, after a week's vacation. Miss I.eona Bullock visited her grandmother in Groton the last of the week. Clifton Ward and Elbert Davis were visitors in Plainflcld Wednesday. Mrs. Will Lunge was ill with grip last week. Mrs. d. M. Lilley and Miss Dorothy Wooster were visitors in Montpelier Thursday. Miss Ethel Bohonon returned Satur day to Wilder to resume her teacheing, after spending a couple of weeks with her parents. Mrs. S. A. Swerdfeger, Mrs. Leslie Carpenter and A. L. Burnham were confined to the funis: by illness last week. Harriet Davis, Mildred Smith, Her bert Davis and Raymond Houghton re turned Monday to Montpelier semi nary. Mrs. Belle Becklcy visited friends in town- lost week, returning to Barre Thursday. Miss Florence Wooster left Saturday to resume her teaching in the Barre city schools. Miss Annie Johnson returned Mon day to her studies in the Spaulding high school, Barre. aimly to 24utl, RUTLAND BOY SHOT. (y I may bm foliowsd by swrlom I I cold trouble; dm nightly V Vapo Rod Ovct 1 7 Million Jan UttJ Ytmriit Waldo Brunelle Was with Other Youths in Camp. Rutland. Jan. 4. Waldo Brunelle, 18 -year-old son of Mrs. Cyril Bruenelle of Baxter street, who !s in the Rutland hospital suffering from a 22 -calibre rifle bullet wound in his head, re mains in a rritirsl condition to-day. The bullet entered about two inches over the right ear, took a downward course and lodged in the skull back of the left ear. The wound was accidentally inflict ed Saturday. Mr. Brunelle was at a camp in Mendon with a party of other lads. One was shooting at a mark and some of the others had gone hunt ing squirrels. Brunelle had been cut ting wood at the camp and ijome of the" others found him lying on the ground wounded. It is thought that a stray bullet struck him. although there is a possibility that a hullet fired at a target on a tree might have clamed and hit him. Brunelle recent ly recovered from an attack of smallpox. the sales agent of the farmers, met be fore Christmas and after careful con sideration of the market conditions de cided to reduce the price a full cent. The price has been lO'.'j cents since Sept. 1. In the past four months the cost of production has gone down about one-half cent altogether but the steady decrease in retail grain prices will bring down the cost of production somewhat in January. Cost studies made by the association indicate this decrease. It is probable also that there will be Home decrease in the cot of labor through the remainder of the winter, The new price is slightly below the January, 1P20, and January, 1010, price but above the January, 1018, price. The reduction is another indication of the swing toward normal conditions in the dairy industry. The average return to the farmer is 1.78 per cent los per ?uart than the delivered price, the dif erence being the average cot of bring ing milk to Boston. The surplus nr. rangement will be in effo-t in January. I'nder this plant the dealers manufac ture milk not needed fur whole milk consumption into butter, cheese and other dairv by-products and pay the farmers whatever these products bring them. The rating plan which was to have rone into effect Jan. 1 has been post poned until after the annual meeting of the New England Milk Producers' Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Austin and family recently visited relatives in Pla infield. Mr. Distin from New Hampshire is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Allen Stod Natural Results. '"Some men are bashful when it comes to meeting thoir obligations," remarks an exchange. This may Ik1 because they are financially shy. Bos ton Transcript. The Wrong Course. "Dawdle ssvs that he's had chances enough but they were all poor ones." ' I've noticed that whenever oppor tunity knocked, Dawdle proceeded to knock the opportunity." Mr. L. W. Newcomb , Through With Hospitals Springfield, Mass. In a lettec sent to Dr. J. F. Tmc & Co., Mr. L. W. New comb of 130 Cambridge St., writes: "1 am writing to let you know how I am getting along. I have taken two large U. S. Government Warns Farmers About Disease Caused by Rats. They carry Bubonic plague, fatal to human beings. They carry foot and mouth disease, which is fatal to stock. They kill chickens, eat grain, cause de at ruction to property. If vou have rats RAT-SNAP will kill them. Cremates rats after killing them leaves no smell. Comes in cakes, ready for use. Three sizes, 35c," 5c, 1.25. 'Sold and guaranteed by R. L. Clark and B. D. Tomasi, Barre; lrice Grain company, Middlesex, and Berry & Jonet, Mont pelier. Adv. eood house, barn and hen houae, milea from Montnelier. one mile from car . . -" . 01 ary line. mwonaUe payment down, balance aa J7 n! " Jama. Jvelley M rent: John F. Benjamin. Barre, Vojit h .,.i . Z6U6 106-R 1 BA,LED HAY AND STRAW FOR SALE Delivered anywhere in the city; C. R. AL ! Un. Allen St., 'phone 1S1-X. 46tl2 FOR SALE Good eleiVh and furljned over. .-s.te,?no"? 52-M, Montpelier. 246tf FOR SALE New buffalo robe whole ekin 1 . flnt'Sjor; H- V- Wheeler, Alien .treet. tel. 36-W. Ui PANTS CLOTH FOR HOME WORK Heavy ounre. Oark ersy, 64 inch, 2.10 per yard peatpaid. Save money. Sampla on re ciuest. Crawford' Clothing Factory, Fair field. Maine. 244t6 MARKKD" DOWN SALE---All-wool " knit: i in ..TSrn"iirec-t tTom manufacturer, $1.20, $1.70 and $1.98 a pound: poataira paid on 5 orders; write for aampleo ; H. A. Bartlett, Harmony. Maine. 241W8 NOTICE--All kinda of dim.n.mn" i-,i, my mill, also I tiuat have caah on al ' B,t. mr mi!J on nd after January J2 i Kowell'. Cabinet Shop, phon. ' 238U2 DIMENSION LUMEER 'FOR SALE-Also boxing- boards, price. Hirht ; F. E. Down intr, phone 144-W. 282ti .u S,A.!;iH"d"WIu on the VHJIa Cumminara farm, about thre " Montpelier. eetimat,. lumber 400,000 feet, and 1.000 eord. of wood; John r. Benjamin. Barre, phone 105-R. 223tf FOR SALE Tto practica!ly"newR-a watee heaters, auitable for home or atone ihed use, one haa nevr been used, prices low j applyjo Beck4 Beck, phone 652-W. 222tf FOR, 8 A LE One Hli!ardandOT porj tables inquire at $27 North Main St. 207tf wnnn TOR-SAtBw; E. NlehotarpW'S BUY THIS NOW! WON'T BE ON THE MARKET LONG! Farm nn the road between Middlesex and Waterbury, about three miles from each vil lwte;; will keep from ix to ten cow ; about 25 acre in fine tillage : lanre quan tity of wood; estimated to be enougn to nay for the entire farm: suKar bush equipped for 250 maplea : Kood comfortablo houae; horse barn i rlapboe Hed and paint ed ; cow barn with tie-um for ten head. Good ailo. With the farm, the owner 'ill include 8 fancy arade Holti!in, ore extra (rood home, poultry, all tools, ei-opa. etc. Prfca S4000.00 for everything-. It is hard to find a hotter on man term than thia and the location ia exceptionally eood. Now i the time to look this over when york w quiet. THE D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY HELP W A. NTED -MALE . WANTED Man to work around hotel; $40 per month, board and room ; Bancroft Inn, Plainfteld, U . M WANTED Man for swncraJ farm work; Mr. C. H. Pitkin, Montpelier Junction. Tel. 206-M - i!4?tf WANTED Reliable man to drive team and do farm work : can furnish tene ment ; ariri for housework ; Jamea K. Howe. Tunbridtte, Vt UW $U0 MONTH AVERAGE, RAILWAY MAIL clerka, hundreds wanted, liat poaitioma free, write immediately ; Franklin In aUtute, Dert. 490 K.. Rochester, N. Y. 229W0 CHOPPERS WANTEDOr men to work in wood, none but experienced men need ap ply ; F. E. Downing, 22 Cliff St, phone 144-W. 226tf ESTATE OF FRANK COTE. State of Vermont, Diatriet of Wiuhfrteton. a. The honorable probate court for the dia triet aforeeald. to the heira and all persons intrted in the estate of Frank Cote, late of Town of Barre. in said district, deceased. GREETING: WHPHEAS, application hat been made to thU court in writinir. by tha executrix, praying for license and authority to sell all of nl estate of said deeeaed to wit: Situated in the town of Williamatown, county of Oranire. and stat of Ver mont, represent nt to said court that it would be beneficial to the heira and all per sons inu-rrated in the eetate of said deceased, to sell said real eatata and convert the same into money. And brina-ms into court tha consent and approbation In writinir. of all tha heirs to said eatata residing In this state, and arttlnf tor's tue situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, tha said emtrt amoir.tl and asaiirned the th day of January. 1921. t the probate office in Montpelier. in said HELPJWANTEPFEMAJLE WANTED ood woman cook at once! will pay $12 "0: more if you are worth more ; box 275. Plainfteld, Vt 27t WANTED Paatry rook to start work Mon day morons ; apply at Goddard seminary. 24 5t3 WANTED BY A WIDOWER- Housekeeper in family of three; middle-aued lany preferred: no objeetons to one child: please state wasree in firit letter and when ymi can come : Ammon Emery, R. F. I'. 4, Groton. Vt tW WANTED A woman to help in a boardinc houae, state wapres wanted and experience in first letter; R. J. Miller, Ricker'a Mills. Vt 23Stf MAID WANTED For diet kitchen: snrhr Heaton Hospital, Montpelier. fc.iStf PUPIL NURSES WANTED Young- women t, train aa nursea at Barre City Hospital Rarrt. SStf HEMLOCK PLANK TOR SAL I have In atock here In Barre about forty thousand feet dry two-Inch hemlock plank: anyone Interested telephone H. G, Bennett , 157tf FOR SALE A preparation for eleanin (granite and marble mnmumenta: krlsrhtena up th Wterins; and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new; sniaranteed : price on application Jamea Rnlltvan 111 Wo, strwt, Barre, Vt. istf AUTOMOBILES . . . i -. i , ,v umi iitn -jtt iuc iifK.ii bb id appii1 sire bottles Of your Dr. lmes h.lixir, cation and petition, and ordered public no. and am feeling UK) per cent better than before usinjj. I will eontintie tskirie it for 1 do not have the pnin that I had before, and my wife and every one I tlee thereof to be eiven to all persons Inter ested therein, by publishing aaid order, to ret her with the time and place of heerintf. three weeki successively In the Barre Dally Timea, a newspaper which circulates In the MALE AND FEMALE HELP HELP WANTED YounK men nd women to lake positions aa attendant at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wa terbury : to those wno aeaire. an opportunity er..t-.Mi r attend nurses' training cure : nr.lv at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt. 19ti LIVESTOCK FOX WANTED ANY NUMBER LIVE FOX, WILL PAY $10 00 EACH DELIVERED IN GOOD CONDITION M. M. PALMER, STAMFORD, CONN. 245U BOARHFOR " SERVfCE-Pure bred" White Chcsfc-r boar for service: excellent am- I . . - . 1 1 . M I. : . i- . li: . . .-11 know tells me I am looking better. . , previous to ;he day asaianed for heartn. THf.Kr.ruFE you are hereby notified to the time and neichborhood of those persons Interested in ! mat : tc--rw. $2 rah, to warrant; inouirj of Pan. W. LaiiO. . at n.n ; tel. ssi-ia zioio- Tlie deeo circles are all ttone from under n,w Vn nirire lio.nitaU fur me " i SOPear before aald court, at i V nii. k. cii t. ... ... ..j , P' aasianed. then and there in said court Dr. True s Elixir, the Family Laxative and M m,k Tour obj.li(n, to th anting- of Worm Expelter, haa benefited Ihouaands ; ,U(.h ic jf upon thousands of sufferer, f rom conat.pa- j oivrn unHeT hRpd , y,cntfK , uon. nervouanr. poor aiutite, ind,(teation. j iA djli(ricti thj, 2(,th j,, of r,...,,,. insiimiiiB nuu rivs. v.c, u jrmim m t m- TQnw vrf-ft uK iv m i i rr.a . v w kaivv, wvrn Just nahtK no harmful drum. without it Adv. Don't be 0JC HALF-TIME. When your brain works like a dog with three legs walks . you need J. H. THOMPSON Efficiency Engineer AUDITING SYSTEMS INSTALLED . INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED Frem naw an, the demand far aaalatanre In preparing- Income Ta Rr tarns will be Inrreasinir. Why not asake raaarration far such aerrie NOW and aroid fature ohlfirultlea. ( enstant Inch Vtth rhenfee m Treaaary Departaaent Reanlatiena enable as to wake oot returns card!nr a the lst-t ruling. Addrcaa 17s Kawson RaaaW Brukllaa, Man. Dc21-2Jan4 FRANK J. MARTIN, Judue. ESTATE OF MOSES COLBY. State of Vermont, Diatriet of Waahina-tan. aa. The honorable probate court for the dia triet aforofeH. to all nenurs fnte-ted In the estate of Moees Colby, late of Plalnfield. in ssld district, deeeaaed. GREETING: WHEREAS, said court haa auxianed tha 2nl riny of February next for examining and allowing- the everount of the administra tor of the estate of aaid deceased and for a decree of the reaimie of sad estate ta , K. lawful .U.K..n,. nf ,lu - MM dred that public notice thereof ha riven to all ahjpmenta held 10 day. subject to ps all persona ititermted in said estate by pub- turn ; bare lartre order for coon; I can weeks auccee- par fancy pnree tor eoon. mina ana iox MISCELLANEOUS WOOLEN CLOTH For the bors. MOTHERS, ymi can cut down tha Hlf.H COST OF LIVING on your boys' elothiaa. We are selling direct from the MILL. Btronar. durahla cloth. Nice line of patterns to select from, suitable FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Write us for samples. ARHUELOT WOOLEX CO, GILSUM. N. H. DANCING CLASSES 'STARTED NOW join anytime private instruction by ap pointment; call at 173 Main street, phone 1SM. I FOR SALE Studehaker-mx. seven paasem B-er automobile, in -ood renalr. nw nl tir and new battery; aleo a-nod trnil-r; will ae-II cheap for eaah or will rive time for part cf price or will trade for cows, oxen, ym'nsr canie. or horss ; come soon If you -kth to do buaineas; B. H. Adams, Chelsea, vt- ' 242t ROOM A TTOMORrLFf ORTWn STALLS TO RENT Also furnihd to rent ; Mra. S. S. Smtth, 82 Maple avenue. I43tf DODf!E TRUCK FOR SAI.E Screen bodv : fimt-class condition, trood aa new, 1919 model ; run about 8,000 miles : fisher Farm. Bethel. Vt. it WANTED RAW FURS WANTED Wa pay Neve York honest rradina- and quick returns: HORSES A NP VEHICLES FOR SALE One aood" evpreas sleiirh', one Hs-ht punor and two drivinsr aleiehs; JohnJPapin. at Papin's Livery. 242t Sleighs and Sleds Harness and Collars Robes and Blankets Sheeplined Coats VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. Colton'i Place, 8 Ktate Street Montpelier, Vermont A MILD DECEMBER i points to early hatched chickens for 1021. (lire a Buc-Veve incubator a few'i ejrjrs at tne rijrht time and it will do the rest. A Buckeye incubator won't leave the nest. I v won't break the eppn. It will hatch larpe and strong chicken. It baa a natural supply of moisture, automatically repulated. IT'S SIMPLE. IT'S SAFE. IT'S SURE. That's why the bia successful breed ers use the Buckeye, the best incubator made. MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Telephone M0 Oranire Co. Telephone Queen City Cotton Company Will Se same Operations Monday. Burlinpton, .Tan. 4. An official of tlie Quern Cty Cotton company an nounced Tterdy that the mill would tart operation Monday morning and employ its 55A worker on a better than half time ha-i. The mtnusnr B 61 n g fX i r!"ni ' B''y witkcml orders but Wm fc a$ 1 E M S I V. - I I is onfinuinir H policy of Iwlpinir out . , . I it employea to the lwt of its ah H v. Trw way fcaoosna aUwdae, aoll.tcal-y, i -., , , laeowyeara. fcoa lae ct urea; ia efcadosr b ar rcul of the mill amntinta to are ta giva T icea esauDiara iwanwoi aeverau nOUanl ol dollars per eek. waif ht. N atar:nf oe trixmt aacrc'". N J . 4oa,o( wills aaita, e!t as I thym d, do o of time. Jut tTyis Thiakint Hot and Cold. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININCER bowland bldc. SURGEON DENTIST TH0NB w J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Prartice limited to Diseases of Infanta ar.d Childram. Off.oa hourx : t to 10. 1 to 4. 7 to 8. and by appointment. Room IS. Milea Gram-! BkeV. TeL m-B. FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST ClTtRIER twILDING. BARRE, VT. A Slodern X-Ray Equipment foi.nw tsm a mr-' Systavn asd nss 1 0 ta 60 eeee rom awed tl CSMiee anooey-e fund sr asteav Cafe, reltatW, te-oas rwnded t y f-rTKCana. A4i ta year csu;abii.:y aad cavm, e.S. V arsts si amnoarn, te- tarswSgtilsrlasts,rMea la apwwasoa, attiani ra, rasa ta HaaetM, asd ynr ta yeate Hsa I ? at font fjaeaaareon- -J amd efci oltn a4 loo atynoraxsl m mtrrm ta laew laa a-eat m"U Ioa"t tea try aaar tan a-t ajew aad eey tha tr -"S f mtt4. ask tee s at of'S TABUi.1 r n nasi 'n 1 4 seal ay e-w atasK. tt aaba-rratab tV aui U-i e w f sw fcr- m 1-w f a aw u- Katcia Ca, CT-lt, Suban t, t lai, I. X. ie Hubby, dear, the mere thought of the fun you promised me makf me t'i 1 warm. He Ami the mere thought f their "t era tea the cold thirera ran duwn try back. B-.ton Transcript. An active brain must have pure blood, not poisoned with products of indigestion or liver and kidney laziness. BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HETK)t'ARTER5l FOR r?.1KT.E piANOS. pl.AYEM PIANOS, V1CTROLA3. feONORA TAIKTNfJ MA CHINES. REt ORDS. FHEET MUSIC Telephonj 369-W, Barre, Vt! LARSON and WELLS AIICRITKCTS and EXGIXKERS HANOVER, Jf. H. liahint thia order th sively previous to the day aesianed. in the Barre Daily Timee, a newspaper published at City of Parra, In aaid district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notifled to appear at the probate office in Montpelier. in saH district, oa the day asaicaed. then and there to contest the allowance of said account if yms ae eauae. and to aatablbh your right aa heira, Ircateea and lawful tletmants to said residue. Given under mr hand, thia Ird day of January, lv'il. FRANK J. MARTIN. Jadw Jae-U-lg L. Silver, ESTATE OF ALDEN D. PHELPS. " riainBeld. 247U H fine quality ; C Vt WANTED Second-hand aafe ; rmwt be cheap for cash ; A. B. Carter, Mar, Opera hooae. W8Utf WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUYA woM-barnirur kitsh en rana-e for use on a farm ; send re plica to ' M" care- of Times office. ftStf WANTED TO BUY Subject to teaC'thlrty are aailch rows and nearby eprirurere, Guarnaeya and Holeteitu, must be of extra qualify and In irood condition; John F. Ben jamin. Barre. phone lOi-K. tOott LOST AND FOUND PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCFLLED FtTNERAL FURNISHINGS HoapitsJ Ambulaace Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square. Barre TeL connection. 4:'-W State of Vermont Diatrirt ef Waehlnaton, aa The honorable probata court for tha dis- ti-Ut mtrmmiA .11 . . . ' I the eatatc of ' Ahten D. Fhelpe, late of 1-ST ' -Bt't" j. JJ City of Barre. in aaid district, deceased, i . . store and John Orlffini atona on North I GREETING- Siaia street an inaurance agents wanei con- nnr.Kl.AS. aaid cosirt haa aasumed the ""'" - ---- ------- -' 71 .C."" inth day cf January next fr examining "" ' f. 'A V,! and allowing the acccaint of the admini.tre, p,,n nd.p'r J"r" th "''IsTf tor of th. .tat. of aaid deceased and for a rll !"". C .nVe. derrre of the raairtur ( said eatat ta lh IOUND A eum at money in oar office; lawful rlniroant of the lame, and orrkred owner can have by provina Inea and pay that Dubue notice thereof he snven tn all .f. I inr ttr advertising: McAllister A Kent, anna interested ia said eatat by Bublwhine fcertiieo block. Barre atl L. . . . I '' " "- - sniai wrwr uirw WWKl tmcrOMITPI7 p HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Fiirniahed four-room flat at 8S Waahirurton street ; apply to -Mra. Don !dSmith. J7 Jerry street. 246t3 TO RENT A lanre furnished n4 heated room ; call at 85 Merchant street ; tel. 207-R. S5t3 TO LET Suit of stesun heatd rooma with hot and cold water, at 10 SpauM- InaT street S48tf TO-" RENT biwnatai ra tenement at Mount street: inquire of S. H. Barnes. IS Hurhland avenue. i'it TO" RENT Tenement of four room, ana. electric Uprhte, hot water, all in food, enler, fiu-w a monin w cipm let; omii n Place, off MapUAve.Bmith Broa. 2i5tf TO RENT- Two four-room upstairs tene ment, all modern convenlencea, at 14 Granite etreet ; apply to Henry Lnndi. phone S44-X. I24tf TO RENT Tenement of six rooms on lower floor, 17 Laurel street, also a tenement of Ave rooms lower floor. IS Brook street, all modern improvement : C. H. Reed. ! West St. phone 6S1-R. TO RENT Tenement of eix rooms, bath. electric liihta. hM water, etc. ; Inquire of O P. ShurtlefT, J2 North Main 8t 21tf TO RENT Two fond tenement, one of si pnoma wtui not water ana catn, one or ve rooms :Dr. O. G. Stk-kney. 21tf TO RENT Upertiira tenement at 4 East .trot rent $12: G. I.. Wood worth at Candy KlVheti. pheneITT-M. ITStf TO RENT Tenement at ' Merrhant afreet aba tmr tenements on Wilier street all tn frat-c'aaa shape : modern improvements ; Geo. W. Mann. M Wcilinrton street t.tf Ta Xa(k for Hint ! '"So 0-.r haa train fe-er. tr orkl 4x4 b pet flat; "He aiaet fr-H V icr .!u-t Ih r I p.. r Cbv l p4,t a4 ; ,t f ItM-oaj Tro Wt j t. in ; f ii f. ' lrwaat Sa of Aa? MaAcisM sa tba Warld. i ;M.l.a.ss, taWna.lfXw.tSe. -g " " mm'" ' j DR. HOWARD A. DREW CSTEOPAlinC PHYSICIAN ULANTHARD BLDO. Photxa : OtrVee 70S-W; BealdeBe. Toa-R. t -7. V rT DR. A. H. SMITH Osteopathic Phj-sician r KEITH AVTXr 0lee rvawd Saterdeye ; riANO TUNING 1 B A8THIR RKEO POX 144. TELtrHONE 2-H MVT PBiJER or-- at Batter Mas) ka-caEa. barre. Tel. -W. W. H. G00DFELL0W t PIANO TUNING Leave order at Goodfrllow'a Jewelry fitore. Barre. Pbom : Store. r9-W: u-T --5. Ilitf GAGE & GAGE ' ClIinorRACTORS ) fTtmrs Pei'yt f-l a. m.. Tucdny and Thuredava, S-S i .t Evrnion. ( :Mi to t. ' ejtcept Tiwednrs ar.d Sa!urr!y. Montr- ' lier Monday, Wedmadaye. Friday. I to f;. Tuesday. Thuir1ys. Saturdavs. 1S:JW to 12,'; BARRE. VERMONT j Phone W 1 Nwrtli Main Street i DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office i Revive s, M W rVidoini Tiibawe Coeiaev-tiofi OFritE HOURS: ea rn m II w. and 1 .sa. Morday. Tweaday. Tbansday and Pnaay to tba day asaiamed. in tha Darra Daire Timea. a newsrtaner mihlhihed at the rirv f Burr, in eatd diatriet THEREFORE, yau are hereby potiAed to appear at the probate ofnee ia Montpelier. la said diatriet oa th day aaairned. tl rn and there to context the allowance of aald account if you ae cause, and to establish your rtet.t aa heir. I era tees and lawful claimant to aaid reaido. Given under my hand, this Srd day of January, le.i LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR SALE One full-blooded Jersey bull. two year old : also new milch cowa : Ja son Bada-er. Cabot Vt 24Tt ANNUAL MEETING Jani-ll-l$ The annual meeting of the storkhcdem of the Tuple's Nsti-ral Bank of Barre veil! be held at the hank mr moms on Tue. FRANK i. MAUTTN. Ju.!a-s. Iday. January II. H'2I. at 1 clock in the foremmn. lor tne porpoee ci eiecrina- atrao tor for the year enoutnsr and the trane aetion of any other hueincsa that may prrmerlr come bef.r aaid tnerttna. Iiated at the city of Ma.-re. Vt, this 10th day of December. In; 3. W. C. JOHNSON. JR, Cashier. WE ALWAYS HAVE Jast anal p are snbia for ia tha Kn of jewe'rv. tijverware. eat slasB, ear. A.aw siatjcviery. i Oar watch aad clock repair work cuar. j er.teed. O. J. DODCE. the Jeweler i 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 below this standard will only pay part of the loss in event of fire. EVERYTHING INSUR ABLE has increased in cost from fifty to three hundred per cent, and the price of labor has increased propor tionately. For full protection see J.W.DILLON Evakrt.bc SSI, ANNUAL MEETING TN" fcnm..! lr-wtTi of th X'k hrM-m ot the wurry Sv-,n Bank n4 Trtwt Company u! he beid mi tbe Iwnkmjr rormm of td hnk in tr City M Barrt Ver ntmt. rm T4y, Jrnitinry lth. ls-?l. t 34 oVWx-k . m- fr the elTtiofl f fi rerUw. for tr enu?nr yenr tar ttte tmniutrtioa of srty other kwineti tKat fmty prwjerijf -potq krrrr mee'intr. . M HILt.EY. Serrrry. fcamr, Vermoota Deeciber 2. Iff. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP TW rrtnn.r r fcereVsi'-?' ei'riT;E b tare fni-Mr Teet m4 J Jkrtm oiwiier the firm tw d tyW cf liWiisvtrieJ i piitt C6.. tn 4- -'.t .MaHv-ri hf mulumk lifwearftt the m-4 l-tTM-e h-ir bx n4 m tr- r-mvnrX te t-m-w unvr the -. fc?ne m ifl ti!e T" fJ m pi BuLSTLR BLOvk. BA&fU, VERMONT io VH ACFm. fen tssrt w." m - 1 B - ' " I F :i Your we!ditt ftW tlie Xew Year dliouul lie dune in . shop known fur it hih-o1a. eflicient work in th t, re.pet. nB4er weldirtir ia tb. right k-rJ f-r ymi t ue thia year It (t-.ve-K niiiversaj tifa.-t inti in rtrv. fur rc!i;nff mcthfd aie trd r& tetel hy evpeneBcr. A. M. FL,NDEHS 207 North Main St. Rarre, VL ' SOLS AtJfT Hlii BOalON A J4 ERIC AN"