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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1921.
, ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. Miss Emily Calef of Washinfrton in tiie new public health nurse at Lyndon villa. rive children in the home of If. C. Johnson in Yy bridge are ill with the measles. At the annual village meeting in Ph. Johnsbury Wednesday evening, the 1 tax rate was raided from 75 cents on a dollar to 90 cents. A deer killed during the open sea son in Granbv by E. C. Lund of Gal iups Mills weighed 300 pounds dressed and its antlers had 27 points. Mrs. Lawrence Patch, a voung As rutneyville woman, shot and killed herself last week, while brooding over real and imaginary troubles. " Typhoid fever has been prevalent in 'South Montgomery the last few weeks and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Buskey have lost three children by the disease. Dr. W. H. Wright, a practicing phy sieion in Franklin for four and one-half 'years, has become one of the phynl- ' dans at the state hwpital in Water bury, giving up his Franklin practice. One of Hardwick's oldest established stores, that of Harlan R. Kimball, has been sold to Albert E. Cox, who has been with Mr. Kimball more than a year. The store is one of the best pharmacies in that section and has been operated since 1889. ' Martin Johnson, an inmate of the Springfield town farm for the past 10 years, dropped dead one day recently of acute dilation of the heart. He was only 8!) years of agp, but was unmar ried and went to the farm when he could no longer care for himself. NEARLY KILLED Br in Restored To Vigorous Health By "FRUIT-A-nVES PL , :Hv.; V. , n Jr m ..... a.r am : The End of A Perfect Day Eatables have been disappearing from a refrigerator at the county jail in Burlington and on a recent night the sheriff placed there a box of rotten potatoes and a shoe box filled with sand. The thief returned and took Shcse away also, but with no regret n the part of the jailer. Rev. Edward 0. Fellows, who hurt been filling -the pastorate at Hnrtland since completing war work followed T)v Red Cross and home service work, fln Jan. 1 began as pastor of the P.el Jows Falls Congregational church, suc ieeedimi Rev. John C. Prince, who re-signt'd. CHAS. F. HARTWEU. South Royalton, Vermont. "About three years ago I began to Buffer with Indigestion . Food soured in my stomach, causing me to belch ; and I had terrible heart burn, with pains in my chest and arms. My heart became affected ; I had short ness of breath ; the action of my kidneys was irregular, the secretions scanty and scalding. I was knocked out, and good for nothing, when I read about 'Fruit-a-tires' and sent for a box. I used a few and thought, 'well, they will turn out like all the other remedies I have tried' but to my surprise and gladness, I noticed improvement and 2 continued the use of 'Fruit-a-tives', (or Fruit Liver Tablets) with tha result that a dozen boxes made ma feel like a different person". CIIAS. F. IIARTWELL. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25o. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVE3 Limited, OGDENSBUEG, N. Y. SPLENDID REFERENCE WORK. Ralph E. Smith, a Bellows Falls boy and a graduate from the high school there in lf17, now a student in the school of fine arts, crafts and deco rative desiirn Jin Boston, won third prize of $100 in a recent competition at the Pennsylvania Academv of Fine Arts. Wore than 400 drawings were sent In. James Carter, 12-year-old son of Mr and Mrs. C. B. Carter of St. Albans last June sold to H. Hilliker of Swan- ton four tame rabbits, one of them be ing distinguished from the rest bv i scar on its nose. The Carter bov had owned" the "rabbits for" two vears Last Wednesday, on his way home from school, youne Carter saw a rabbit near his home, whistled to it and the rabbit responded by running to him at once. On examination it proved to be the bnnnv with the scarred nose, which had found its way back from Swan ton. POLIO HOUSE OPENED. Redfield Proctor Furnishes Place for t Suffering Children. Proctor, Jan. 7. Redfield Proctor of this place Jias just opened a building to be known as the Ormsbee house, to provide "after care" and to help in the education of children who are suf fering from the effects of infantile parslvxis. The building, which is modern and hp-to-dute in every way, has three stories. On the first floor are located a play room, kitchen and dining room. On the second floor the dormitories tor the boys and gH are located. On the third floor rooms are provided for the day and night nurse, the school teacher, and the domestic help neces sary for the care and maintenance of auch a project. The feature of this building is a ramp leading from the play room on the first floor to the dormitories on the second. The walls of this are fitted with railings to enable the children to perate their wheel chairs from one floor to the other. The building, which is Jocated opposite the Cavendish house, has a fine view of the surround ing country. Miss Bertha WeUhrod, who h charge of all of the after care of nil the polimyelitis rases in the state, will nave chanre of the Ormsbee house There will also be a day and night nurse in order that the children nmv have attendants at all times. In addition to the surgical and med ical attention to be provided for the children, it is plsnned to have a rei dent tearlier to help the children who are backward in their studies liecaue of hiving the disease. Besides this, the children will be able to receive Instruction in home economics at the Cavendish house. It is planned to take the children to the institution on a month's probation at first. It is understood that the hotie will hp open to all children suffering from the after eflVets of infantile paralysis, but the exact status of the children going there has not yet leen deter mined. Seven children were brought to the institution Vednedv. Tbee children rme froni IIsnd Pond, Burlington. Montpelicr and Brandon. The Annual Feast of Statistical Knowl edge. The 1020 presidential election returns from every state in the' union, as well as the 1020 United States census popu lation figures for every state, and for every place of 5,000 or more inhabitants in this country, are contained in the World almanac for 1021. Past popula tion and pa tt census figures are also in the book, which is a complete work of reference as to the commerce, industry, crops and progress of America and the whole world. The incoming Congress and all important diplomatic and other officials of this government are listed, together with the rulers, population, etc., of all countries. The financial, rail way and trade statistics are full and varied, all prominent deaths and event everywhere are set forth in the chronol ogy and necrology. The sporting and weather records cover many years pant. The religious (statistics include alt de nominations. The World almanac is published by the New York .World. ..Price ,0$ cents, postpaid. Adv. f HO, I QUlTSM0K:irl6j fNO THAMki5 I CUT (T J I I'M Of F OF Trl' . ' WJ pf Doctors Say Constipation Poisons System i Mrs. Boyce Tells Her Experience The majorty of people suffer from constipation which poisons the whole system and causes coated tongues, bad headaches, foul breath; in children often results in high fever and actual illness. These conditions may be quickly re lieved by Dr. True's Elixir the Family Laxative that lias worked wonders for men, women and children sina? 1851. "I have great faith in your Dr. True's Elixir. I give it to my boy. it is doing him much good and I would not . i! limit a bottle for anything." Mrs. Joseph Boyce (Tracey Station, N. H.J You krew the symptoms of chronic con stipation sour stomach, belching. bad, breath, heavy dull eyw, constant headaches, and general, out-of-ort. frrouchy feeling. Then why not let Dr. True's ElUir help you ? Dr. True's Elxir, the Family Laxative and Worm Expeller, ia mild and pleasant to take and worka just right for children and grown-ups. Adv. 1rec Lines for 25c !Fof-f 0RK -SALE tCZtu lJJ1',: lTn f !" -Iis. two .inl. .led,, derrick,. twenty-flve cent, for the nrt. Insertion and ; f. J- ten centa for each .ubeeoueU insertion. HELP WANTED MALE Extirpo Hair Tonic (4 f V, " t Is 1 k ;y--V,i, 'L- k ardson took eighteen up on his sled and it was a merry crowd, with songs and yells to help out. NORTH MONTPELIER Announcement. I have just purchased a new seven- passenger touring car to be used ss the spring season opens, on the stae route formerly run bv C. L. Paronto. Will leave the Hardwick inn at 9' o'clock each morning. Further partic- i ulars and schedule will bo announced ! later. The Plainfield stage will also run as usual. Wade Benjamin, Hard-: wick, Vt. 'Phone 30. adv. i Ninth Annual Conference, Older Boys of Vermont. The plans for tli ninth annual con ference of the Older Boys of Ver mont, to be held at Jst. Johnsbury, Jan. 14 16, are about completed, and everything indicates that it will be another great gathering of the older boys of Vermont like those of pre vious years. The boys of Vermont have been clad to attend a conference of this kind, and each vear has seen four or five hundred of them coming from all parts of the state for this gath ering, which is planned with the thought of giving them inspiration and information along lines of work in which they are much interested, for themselves and with other fellows. The people of St. Johnsburv liindly offer free entertainment for the reg istered delegates in their homes, but the registration cards must be sent before Jan. 11. The conference is open to all bovs j 15 years of age and above, represent-j ing all churches and organizations for J work with bovs. Among the speakers will be Albert E. Roberts, Clarence P. Shcdd, E. W. i Weaver, Rev. Arthur W. Hewitt. It j is expected that Vice-President-elect I Calvin Coolidge will be present at the opening session on Friday evening, and , give an address. rull information about the confer- ence mar be obtained from ministers, hool men, scoutmasters, etc., and from Byron X. (lark, Y. M. C. A. building, Burlington. FREE TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS Free Trial of a Method That Anyone Can Use Without Discomfort or Loss of Time. i We have method for the control of A.thma, and we want you to try it at our expanse. No matter whether your cane ia of lone; etandinc- or recent development, whether it ia present a. occasional or rhronir Asthma, you should send for a free trial of our method. No matter in what climate you live, no matter what your age qr occu pation, if you are troubled with asthma, ! our method should relieve you promptly. We especially want to send it to those appar-ntly hopelena eases, where all forms of inhalers, douche., opium preparation., fumes, "patent .moke.," etc., have failed. We want to .how everyone at our expen.e. that our method ia deaicned to end all dim cult breathing-, all wheeling, and all thoae terrible paroxysms. Thi. free otter i too Important to neglect a .inrle day. Write now and beirin the method at once. Send no money. PlmpV mail coupon below. Do it To-day you do not even pay poet a are. Fresh Western Horses I will arrive in Barre, Vt., with a fresh load of young, sound IOWA CHUNKS, on Wednesday, Jan. 12th These are the best lot of horses I have seen this sea son. Choice heavy pairs from 2400 to 3600 lbs. and low down tight made singles from 1050 to 1800 lbs. Direct from the farms where they were raised. All thoroughly broken, and right out of work from these farms. COME AND SEE A REAL LOT OF HORSES. . I CAN SUIT YOU. Archie Johnston 7 South Main St. Phone. Barre, Vt. Ladies, aentlemen and children, do you want a clean aralp, healthy and luntrous hair? If o, use "Extirpo" hair tonic. It conserves the beauty of your hair, which ia tha main asset of youth and personal ap pearance. It revives the dead roots which have ceased to function. Keep, the hair in its natural color, destroys the rlandrulT Harm, which la the main cause of all scalp troubles and a-ives new life. "Extirpo" is lustrous, beautifying and oftening'. If you have any hair left you are .till in time to i ffet back what you have lost. Our well. , known " Extirpo" hair tonic ia free from .hnmlnU fat nurvlv a vHr.tjthl .nt.rw.inH and very ref reshinu and ateriliiine: after shaving. For advertising purposes wa will send you one six-ounce bottle upon reecipt ! of 11.00. with a money-back fruaranteai Also sold at all drag .tores and barber shops. Prepared by THE EXTIRPO SPECIALTY CO, I Sti North Main Street. Barre, Vt. Tel. tlt-J mills : K. C. Gctche . 242 Elm St Mnnt. pelier.JVt., plione 696-J. iJ61tl FOR SALE The Callahan Bakery and equip ment all ready for business, good locaA tinn will am .:u i..t, . , ui i xi-ra-r. ....u.- ! u for ' ' " 1 .,.. w. " Duy v.p.m "v --- raiiy term. ; .ee liven u. La rranris or fruit and ornamental trees, rose, shrub- q. A. O.ha, Randolph Vt. 2S8t bery, etc., special proposition to encage sub- pAp b i . -.-- -,, . . agents, protected territory, act quick; P. SALE- ntw milch cow, one good Knight & Bctwick, Newark. New York J J nod weight, kind and true: att. 25m 80 Jrounr nen". two tons of dry com finder, - - - .. ... quantity of green oat fodder, and Km. WANTED -Reliable man to act as district very nice seed corn, prices will he right! .uperlntendent and book orders for fruit ni ,ny except Sundays: Henrv A and ornamental trees, roses and .hrubbery, r.rr. r.lnl. vt also enirage sub-agents, exclusive territory, Q4 . ' -. .- .-- pay weekly, apply at once: Fruit Growers' , to"s A'T. ' wicker baby carnage, in Nurserus, Newark. New York State. 251tl """Zwn f"r Particulars wit to . i ti., care Tunes office. 24'ltJt ELECTRICITY TAUGHT by experts, earn Fft...... p.,,." i-u " . - while you learn at home, electrical book ; A LE- Pari or coal heater: fine con and proof lessens free, your success guar- ! --J M. i Pnce JUJX ; ; 80Summer St. 246tf anteed and iwsition secured, write to-day;, HAY FOR SALE Early cut and No. t in Chicago Engineering Works, 1800 Sunny-1 every renpect ; Mitchell farm; K. F. D. ide, Chicago. 25111- ; ; Pnone zz-a-J. 246tf WOODSMEN WANTED--15 choppers, .led FOR SALE Beets, carrots and turnps, $1.00 tender, and cant dog men, also six team- Per bushel : cabbage $2.00 per hundred be. strrs for bobsled work, pay going wages ; delivered : don't order by the peck, but buy Green Mountain Lumber Co., Middlesex, Vt., bv the bushel, and get first elans goods at telephone Montpelier 129-R. 260t6 ; wholesale prices ; Mitchell farm. R F. D. 2. WANTED -4 good choppers f wood. hay and ! JL"! ,2!"-. y 246tf .honts for .ale; 'phone 307-14; H. L. ! FOR SALE Cedar posts, all sizes ; apply fe Douglaa. Barre. 248V Ihner. 246t6 WANTED Mnn to work around hotel : 140 j FOR BALE Block and second growth green tier month, boe.rd and room: Bancroft Inn. I wood, delivered at Graniteville, South Plainfield. Vt. 247t BarV Bn? f srre : also a few runs of dry 150 MONTH AVERAGEj RAILWAY MAIL j ""(Jjj dry chunlo,: Jam K.'?: elerks, hundreds wanted, list positions I . . . free, write immediately: Frsnklin In- ai AWU STRAW FOR SALE .titute. Dopt. 490 K.. Rochester, N. Y. 229t30 Delivered anywhere in the rliv - c. p Al len. Allen St., 'phone 161-X. 246tl2 HELP WANTED FEMALE Y 'CZZt&EZS"? 7h WANTED AT ONCE-Bookkeeper and MAHKKD DOWN SALE All-wool knit. typiet for, grnnite mnnutacturers omce. i ting yarn direct from manufacturer. nd f 1.96 a pound: poetae- one who has had experience in the granite $1. 20, $1 .70 business preferred, pleane suite exiienence : paid on $15 orders ; write for samples : H. ana wages oesirea in nmi ieiu-r ; i,..,,... . n. Harriett, Harmony. Maine. 24HSH ton, RVt Bxri8 MonUmentel Wrk8' S niMENSION-LUMBER" POR SALE Also , vt.. uck Sbo. boxing boards, prices rio-ht lr V. rw, ing. phone 144-W. 28-tf WANTED -A housekeeper on a farm: ap ply to Frank K. Uurkee, Randolph Cen ter. Vt. It. F. D. No. 2. 248tfl WANTED -A plain cook: inquire at Bait! FOR SALE--T-w"rrBctlally new gmTwater neaiars, .uitaoie Tor haene or stone ehed use. one has never heen nrf i . more Lunch. . 24tf j apply to Beck ft Beck, phone K2.W. 22tf WANTED - Good woman cook at once: will pay Su.oo: more if you are worth more: box 275. Plainfield, Vt. 247t PUPIL NURSES WANTED Young women in tmin a. nurses at Barre City Hosoital. Barre. 25tf FREE TRIAL COUPON FRONTIER ASTHMA CO.. Room 491 N, Niagara and Hudson Streets, Buffalo, N. Y. Send free trial of your method to: I I ! IriiiiFrmrTSTil ii EAST CORINTH Satkm for Dairy Cowt for January. Based on current quotation (fVe. 2Ai the follosrin? ration for dairy cow for January is snirjrested ty Ire feor Kllep.hrrjrer of the state milee f aerirtilturc at rurIin(rUn. The ap pro. 'mate rot , sacks included, in mixed earU.sd. f. n. b. Bton freight rate Tmts 1. ; piven. Tliree hiimlred po'ir-l corn meal, bnminy fee-1 or pround Wley ?.47: 2') rxmnd prmmd oat H4': 3flO pound rottoneed meal MB; !' ttound Lnseed oil meal SJ-: l(si jnrJ. w heat han 1 2 fi." The new switch hoard at central ia in place and both Mr. Dirkey and the operators would be p!raed to liae" the patron rail and inspect, It. The service is much improved since it inntallation and the convenience to the operators is even greater than to the patrons. The New Year's dance at the hall whs largely attended and the new or chestra of home talent received word of commendation that will encourage them to try again. An oyster supper was served at B. P. Boyce 's. Mrs. B. C Abbott, lio has been in Waterhury for some time, has re-1 turned and is feeling much improved in ImaltU ' K. P. Sawyer ha Icen in bed the pt week with a severe attack of sci atica, but is improv inp. Mrs. Knowlc ha lieen suffering se verely from rheumatism lately. Ir. and Mr. IVminr; were called to Xew .Ierey Mori. lay liy the death of Mr. Ihrninc orotner. 1 hey lett c,n the niubt train. . C II. Metcslf killed two p.-vl March pijr a few day et, that he iHiueht of O. M. Colby of rUt trranpw lat spring. 'ne stcisrhed 41.1 pound and the other .t'T f"'iind. One man who saw them aid he tbonpht they were the fattet he ever saw. Tb'e who male the every member canvss with their huHnd and ie. nearby all met at W. II. Th,.tnion' Lit eek to ee now it came out. and were much r leased with the reu!t. New Terk t Oerkevr. feMthataatan IMPERATOR Jan. M. Feb. IT AtiriTANA. Feb. I, Feb. J. Mar. 2J MALRETAMA A pi 7. May 12 New Verk to Llverpml K. A. VICTORIA Jan. II VESTRIS Jan. II. Mar. It CARMAMA Jan. J. Mar. S f AROMA, .Mar. 1, Aaril il. May 11 New York to Londonderry 4. Glatf.w COLUMBIA. Jan. IS. Feb. If, Mar. II ALGERIA (New).. ..Mar. f. Apl. New Yerk to PtyiMath, Charbaarf. Ran bare SAXOMA Jan. 21, Mar. 1. ApL II New Yerk fa Plyssaath. Chrkr( Lenden ALBANIA (New)....r.. I. M.rrk It FOREIGN DRAFTS MONEY ORDERS By Letter or Cable England. Ireland, Scatland, Italy, France, Portuiai, Hol land, Belgium, Greece. Cunard Steamship Co., Ltd. 126 State St.. Boston, 1 Or Loral Acenta Riverside Hotel OrrOSITE STATE CAPITOL 128 STATE STREET, MONTPELIER AMERICAN PLAN Opens to the public January 1, 192x, under new man agement. Good comfortable rooms. None but home cook ing. COMMERCIAL RATES, $2.50 and $3 PER DAY When in Montpelier stop and give us a trial. The home like atmosphere and excellence of Bervice will appeal to you. MRS. M. E. NELSON, Proprietress A. J. GUTHRIE, Manager Drop in Prices Fruit and Candy Are Down ORANGES Califonia Sunkist na. vol sweets, dor.. 40c, 50c, 60c, 70c. Florida Indian River sweets, dor, 25c, 45c, 60c, 70c. GRAPEFRUIT Florida Indian River, 4, 3, 2 for 25c; large size, each J5c. BANANAS Doz. 30c, 40c, 50c. LEMONS Doz. 30c, 40c. DATES Lb. 20c. FIGS Lb. 20c, 30c, 50c. RAISINS Seedleaa, 15 oz. pkg 28c NUTS Lb. 30c, 40c. A cut of 10c and 20c a pound on Candy. Peanutbutter Eieaes, per lb., 30c Molasses Eiaaea, per lb., 30c Chocolate Vanilla Drops, lb. 40c BOe and 70c Chocolates for Sat urday, 50c. 70c and 8(1 Chocolates, Lovell 4 Covel, Saturday, 60c. 80c and IMV Chocolates, Schrafft's, Saturday, 70c. A pnitd variety of fancy boxes of chocolates at a 25 per "crnt re duction. Our prices and quality pleases. Barre Fruit Co. GEO. MANIATTV, Prop. MISCELLANEOUS FOR EXCHANGE -Potatoes for Dprim cows or younir R. I, hens ; W. P. Hirkie, Cabot, Vt. J?4Ii? " WOOLEN CLOTH For the bov. MOTHERS, ymi ran cut down thf HICH COST OF LI VINO on your boys' rlothusr. We are selling; direct from the MILL. Strong, durable cloth. Nice line of pattern to select from, suitable FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Write us for samples. ASHUELOT WOOLKV CO., GILSUM, N. H. DANCING CLASSES " STARTED NOW join anytime private instruction by ap pointment: call at 172 Main street, phons 18S-M. w'n"! FOR SALE W. E. Niehols.phon. HEMLOCK PLANK FOR SALE I have In slock here In Bsrre about forty thonsanl trrt dry two-Inch hemlock plank I anyone Interested telephone H. G. Bennett. 157t FOR SALE A preparation for rleanlnir srsnfte ant marble monuments : brtirhfeme up the letterlne and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new: sniaranteed ; price on application: Jainee Sullivan, 114 Park street. Barre, Vt. larf AUTOMOBILES LOST AND FOUND LOST Nickel "carT f.r Buick crank" shaft ; leave at Tinu office. 260t2 LOST- Wednesday mornine on the street or in the stores a 120 bill in a pay en velope. Z. O. Lambert on envelope; rewurd to finder if brouirht to Times office. 24'.it3 LOST Between Arioli A Dente rlothine lore and John Griffin's store on North Main street an Insurance airent's wallet containing- a larg-e sum of money and applica tions ; the awent is responsible to the com pany ; will finder please return to tha Metro politan Insurance Co. office. 246tf WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY Subject to test, "thirty new milch cows and nearby springers. Guernseys and Holsteins. must be of entra quality and in pood condition; John F. Ben. iamin. P-arre. phone 105-R. Z6tf MALE.. AND. FEMALE HELP CLERKS (men. women I over 17. for postal mail service. S130 month, examinations January, experience unnecessary : for free particulars, writs R. Terry (former civil tervW examiner), SI Continental Bids'., Washington, D. C. . Z41ft3- HEI.P WANTED Youna men nd women to 'ske positions ss attendants at the Ver mont State rloxpital lor in insane at v terbunr : to those who desire, an opportunity irmA Ia attend nunefl' training: ei.unie : aoDlr at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt ltf DOnnE TRITCK FOR SALE Screen body; first-class condition, irood as new. 19H model ; run sbout 8,000 miles ; Wisher Farm, Bethel. Vt. ltf IIORPES AND VEHICLES Sleighs and Sleds Harness and Collars Robes and Blankets Sheeplined Coats VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. Cotton's Place 84 Stat Street Montpelier, Vermont I H. THOMPSON Efticiency Engineer AUDITING SYSTEMS INSTALLED INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED Prosa new on. the demand for east stance in preparinf Inrosse Tax Re tarns 0I be tnrrssvslna'. Why net mass reservation for sack service NOW and arsis! fatur dilficaltlsa. Censtant teach with chancse ia Treasury Department Rftffsla liens enakle sae to saake est retains eccerslne te ike lat-st raling. Address 171 Kaeean Rsava. BraokUae, afass. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER, .owlandblpg. SURGEON DENTIST TH0VB J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. ami pwinds w heat mirld.;ri f-t , havins; ra -f ) nearlj- 1.V more ttjsn Tie mmj.:t of this ration i '.l'tr-e mm thf r et a ecx.irr to frt r rent ri-tcn , 7 f-r rent fat and 'After the nir nwt r'!--i4 r" eent rro!e fi)r. Tsrelwc f.un- pt t;ie a Kj.jel 1 re- dred jkhilJ -t t2.V64. lt punli f re.rnt of atiwe. bvarhntt X14 ava4 cue Un f 42 SO. anl c!Tee were nrifi AlVrt Power in Two Tanks cf oiTpen an l mrytie enahlee u t f'.ie. I. lend and ell any kinl f Nirl metal, and to re j -air it per fectly. H .i saieni somet'mes hun dreds ff d.il'jra in new fUtt-s or ma -rhin, time and U ctet. etc See ti fir eirxft welding. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main SL Barre, VL Practice limited to Dtssesae et Infanta and Children. Office hours t t ts H. 1 te 4, T to . and by appolatmeat. Room I(. Mile Granite Blork. Tel. MI-S. FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CVRRIER BUILDING. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS rTEADQT'ARTER FOR fttsPtB PIANOS. PLAVFR PIANOS, VlrTrrnt.A! r.""RA Mi CHINKS. RECORDS. FHEET MUSIC Telephone S69-W, Barre, VL LARSON and TLLS AIXHITECTS AND EXGIXKERS HANOVER. N. H. PERRY & NOONAN VNEXCFtLFD FITNFRAL FfRMSHINGS Hospital Asibulsais Berrlce Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square. Barre Tel. eonnartiosi. 4?t-W DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BI.ANCHARD BLDO. pbea: Omre. 7et-W: Rselteea, 704-R. DR. A. H. SMITII Osteopathic Physician I UrtH AXTXVK 0f Oeeed Setardasa W. H. GOODFELLOW PIANO TUNING Lewee erAers at Condfellow's Jewelry Ftore. Parr. Phones : Stora. Za-W u T Central Cafe PEARL STREET European Plan. SUNDAY, JAN. Breakfast 4c Cornflakes Oatmeal Ilajn and Eevs Griddle Caltca and Maple Syrup Doughnuts Coffee Milk Pinner 0c Chicken Soup Roast Pork with Pressing Chicken Pie Roast Beef Cahnare Salad Horse Radish Mashed Turnip Apple and Itaisin CreAm Pie Pineapple Jelly with Whipped Cream Supper 4 c AGENTS WANTED PRODUCING TAILORING AGENTS WANTED -Men's msdeeto-order suita nimi mHteriaU. prices cut to the bone. spring- swatch line ready j Leeds Woolen Mills. Chicago. 251tl AGENTS - Make $76.00 weekly selling- guar, anteed hosiery, we guarantee $84.00 weekly full time, vnc an hour spare time, experi ence unnecessary ; Perfectweer Hosiery, Darby. Ps. . 251tl LIVE STOCK FOR SALE PURE BRFH) OXFORD DOWN SHEEP FOR SALE One buck, three ewes; Lelsmd Stork. R D. I, Plainfield. Vt. 251tl FOUND Bunch of keys; owner can have by paying for advertising at thai office. FOR SALE One full-hlooded Jersey" bull, two years old; also new milch cows: Ja son Badzrr. Cabot, Vt. 247t4 I WANT LIVESTOCK BOAR FOR SERVICE-Pure bred Wnite Chestor boar fur service: excellent ani mal ; terms, $1 rash, to warrant ; inquire of Dan. W. Lakl.E&t Hlil : trL 387-12. 24t6 A MILD DECEMBER point to early hatched rhiekens for 1021. Oive a Buckeye incubator a few pjrg at the right time and it will do the rest. A Buckeye Incubator won't leave the nest. It won't break the rpjrs. It will hatch large and Btronz chickens. It has a natural supply of nioisrture, automatically rcgrulated. IT'S SIMPLE. IT'S SAFE. IT'S SURE. That's why the bip successful breed era use the Buckoye, the best incubator made. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 14S Orange Co. Telephone ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholder of the People's National Bank of Barre will he held at the banking rooms on Tues day. January 11. 121. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for tb purpose of electing direc tors for the year ensuing and the trans action of any other business that may properly come before aaid meeting. Dated at the city of Barre. Vt. this 10th day of December. I'L'O. W. C. JOHNSON. JR.. Cashier. ANNUAL MEETING .'-M. i-nf A NEW-YEAR RESCUJTION f 1 Mak a New Year's" resolution that yoo ran keep mummy wiia ounng ire rouree I of the next few years. Resolve that you re going xo ouy some r i tial real estate. If you do this each New I Year's day that follows will find you la a happy, property owning frame of mind. WHEN BUYING AN ENGINE ' You will have in mind (1) sim plicity and economy of operation (2) dependability and durability in service. An engine may look well but if it is light weight with small bore, short stroke and high tpeed it will be just as valuable as a "trotter-hos" hitched to a spread er. The longer they stay hitched the more calamity for the hitcher, the hitched and the hitchee. But there is a type of engine having bore and long stroke multiplied by moderate speed that, like a well bred farm horse, is built for work, heavy work, day in and day out. Bore and stroke ell the true story of more power, more engine and long life. He want to show you some of thoe engines. Large and small sires. Your choice of gas or il. They are backed by a bind ing five-year guarantee. If you al ready have an engine too small for your requirements you can ex change it. MARSH-ALLEN CO. New Eng. Telephone 140 Orange Co. 'Phone HOUSES TO RENT The annual meeting of the stockholder of the guarry Savings Bank and Trust rmiiMin will he held at the hankine rooms of said bank in the City of Barre Ver-TO mont. on Tuesday. January 18th. 1921, at I 10 o'clock a. m.. for the election of H rectors for the ensuing year and for the transaction cf any other business that may properly come before faid meetinr. C. M. W1LI.EV. Secretary. Barre. Vermont. Decceniber 27. 110. TO LET fuit of steam heated with hot and cold water, at 10 Spaulrf irg street. 243tt GAGE & GAGE CHIROPRACTORS a. m.. Tuesday and even inn. in Ut a. BUY THIS NOW! WON'T BK ON" THK MARKET LONi! Farm on the road Sat ween Middlesex and Waterbury, about three ml lea from each vil lage ; : will aerp from MX to ten cows. Rones Daily: -l Tmiradars. ?-t n m - exeer-t Tuedav end .. tahmit ?S acrm in fine Ullare; large ouan- Iter- Mondays. WednmHays. Fridays. 1 to r1 wood; etl mated to be eno-jgh to Taesdsym, Tharsdaya. SaUirdars. 10 JO te n" ; pay for the entire farm; sugar bwh ,i 1 r tin .-) nl eonfor-able RARRE. VERMONT houee: horse harn is clapboarded sad pamt- rhowe ae?-w lt North Main Street riANO TUNING n artm' r Rr.ro tti. TELEPHONE 2 R. 1I"VT- PFL.rT.R-Lea erdere at aVslWs Mxete Harra leL M-W. DR. LEWIS D. JIARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Otnca it Room St. Miles BwOdiag TeSer-hene C nectiea OFFICF rIOl'R- : a m te I! ss. and 1 -as te asv Mseday. Tan day. Thareday aad Fnelag d : rev barn with tie-urw for tea heed Good silo. With the femv the en will j y include fancy grade Hoieteins. ie extra ' good borw. poultry, all tools, crore. etc. Price wi.l for everrthing It is hard to And a better one man farm thsa t- and I the location is exceptionally good. Now at the time to soos mis eer wi jw w r 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 EstabNsfcea Ittt. BOLSTER BLOCK. ARRa VERMONT RENT Downstair tenement at Mount street: Inquire of S. II. Barnes. It Highland avenue. 242tf TO RENT Tenement of four room, gas, electric lights, hot water, all ta good order. I10.no a month to April 1st; Smith Place, off Maple Ave., Smith Bros. Ztbxt TO RENT Tenement of six rooms. batK etectrie lights, hot water, etc j inquire of O. P. fhurtleff.'.' North Main Pt. jitf f O RENT Two good tenements, one of six room with hot water and bath, on of fie rootn: Dr. O. G. Stk-kney. tlt TO RENT Ups'air tenement at 47 East street, rent 112: G. L. Wood worth at Candy Kitchen, phone 1-M. I7ivl TO RENT- Tenement at i Merchant street, aWo four tenements wa Wilier street, all ia Sratclass shape: modern improvements Geo. W. Mann. (4 Wctlinctoa sircet. l-tf WANTED WE ALWAYS HAVE Jest wfat yna are sana-ag for ta the txa erf Jewelry, sircerwara. eat glaaa. etc. Alee Stat aeiery. Oer watch aad clock repair xvarh g-aar- anteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler i fi m vrvrrr : OLX A(-T FOR "EC'STCy AKERTCAIf" quiet. mi WANTED- Py an elderly lady, position ta d housework m smajl lamuy ; call oe write 12 Kinney street. .MLa WANTED -FW on a farm or livery state for lt-year-oid boy wnile gwg to arh.-Mfl write to ', car Timea, rlarre. x NTED - Kiperirnced lady would like Bositiaa doing housework ; call 4-l ttftl WANTED TO BIT A second-hand safe. SI u K inrhea hsrh: write, nvtng make. stse aad prva to "Safei" car Times -. I4n' wbRk"wrAVTED Man deeires work of are kind, capable ia all lines; reply ta " A ." care Times oeVe. t4 WANTFDT rent a farxa with stork ard unit for one or rmww yea, or would rer ea me kaifs; R. W. care of Time of. f,re. r4t FIRS OF AIL KINDS BOT'CHT-Fov eoo-xs. sksnsa, siieinu. er. : hcHet i rseh ptscet : send tnexa ia; U. M. Hue-, Mfv?iti'er. Vt. T4:t41 RAW IVRS"WANTFD-We pay Neve Ytl i p-rirea. honest "xui:ng aad envk rrtsrw-: all er.trweita reed 1ft days, sutjert to r taca : have a Ixore seder for oes: I raa ta, fswry e-e es for core, xnink aid 1 X of ae qai; C. I- Siieec. F af. Vt l t W 1 VTT 1 - Jteeceid-osnd safe; tr.-.-f ht eeat t-r csek; A. R. tarter. Xx. oe-a ke-a. it-"'