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THE BAKRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT.. MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1921.
7 i ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. It is reported from Rnxhury that a (lock of wilrl geese was seen a few days ago, flying north. VERMONT CREAMERY AND MARKET NEWS Colchester reports tlure was sleigh ing for two weeks only, that the snow is all gone and wagons are in use. An old landmark in Williston, a but ternut tree which had withstood the gales for more than 100 years, was blown down a week ago. i The Hick ok box plant in Burlington was closed Friday night for an indefl 'nite period because of lack of orders. ' One hundred and fifty employes are ' thus thrown out of employment. There is so little frost in the ground that Will Bishop dug fish worms in his rorrlen in Riphmnml lnt.t. week And went fishing for perch and bull pouts u,e uairymen s league price, trie wan Annual Meetings of Creameries Should Discuss Matters of Policy. With' the market for whole milk in Boston and suburbs over supplied at the present time and the other New England cities well taken care of by well established sources of supply and by local production, the creameries lo cated in the western part of Vermont with locations favorable for shipments via the Rutland ami ?ew tork Centra lines should seriously consider the mat ter of making connections with milk dealers located in New York City. This is an excellent time for these creamer ies desiring to ship whole milk and cream to the city dealers to have their dairies and their factories inspected by thefsew York City board of health ofn cials so as to permit shipments into that city. New York City offers excellent, and steady outlets for milk and cream at The Zero Hour with the worms for bait, making a good catch. Dr. Thomas Cootey, aged 65 years, a well-known Rutland physician, died at his mime ihursduy, after a long illness He was a native of Barnard and re ceived his degree from the University ot Vermont in Burlington in 1880. Schools in Hinesburg have be-n closed until Jan. 17 at least, on account of the large number of scarlet fever cases in the town. Seven members of the Laforce family are ill with the disease. Milk prices will drop in Burlington Feb. 1, so dealers there say. The sell ing price now is 14 and 15 cents per quart. Farmers must use up what grain they have on hand, bought at the high er prices, before they can afford to low. er the price, it is said. By the will of Miss Elizabeth Hills, for many years the librarian of Cob leigh library in Lyndonville and at one time an officer in the state organiza tion, who died last summer, the Lyn donville institution receives $200 for the purchase of children's books and also her own library and typewriter. To the Universalis, ladies' aid society of Lyndonville she left all the rest of her personal effects. uary price is $3.18 per cwt. for three per cent milk in the 200- to 210-mile one. Creameries to ship milk or cream to that market must apply for a per mit to the bureau of food and drugs, department of health, in that city. Of ficial forms are furnished for such pur pose. As It requires some time for in spection by an authorized agent of the department of health, creameries should attend to this business at once. Standards for Quality of Milk and Cream in New England States. The following table gives the varia tions in legal standards for butterfat, solids not fat, and total solids for the different New England states and in cluding New York: Solids Total Cream Fat not fat solids fat p.c. p.c. r.c. p.g Mass 3.35 None 12.15 15 N. II None None 12.00 18 Conn 3.25 8.5 11.75 16 R. 1 2.50 None 12.00 None Maine 3.25 fl.5 11.75 18 N. Y 3.00 8.5 11.50 18 Vt 3.25 0.25 12.50 18 It is illegal to reduce the fat content of milk by skim milk. Standardisation of fat content in milk must be obtained by mixing of a high per cent of fat with milk of a low test, or by select ing milk from dairies that give a test in fat of near the percentage desired. Recently a number of cases of adulter ation of milk by adding water by the patron have resulted in prosecution. This should be a warning; even though the fat content may be much above standard, it is unlawful to add water or skim milk. Annual Creamery Meeting Problems. During this month and February the majority of the creameries will hold their annual stockholders' meeting. There are many matters of vital impor- The Appalachian Mountain club of tance and interest bearing on the past Boston has arranged for the entertain-1 year's business and the policies to be ment of 50 of ts members in Ludlow j pursued for the present year which will the last week in February and the first i be discussed and voted upon. With the week in March, the natural scenery and many different problems with which each opportunities for climbing in that vici-1 creamery is confronted the keynote of Tiity appealing to their plans for the each annual meeting should be for an mid-winter meeting. Killington peak of increase in the high quality of the raw the Green mountains is their objective material shipped to the factory by each point and the trip from Ludlow will be I patron. High quality raw material L. H. Clark, a Brftttleboro man, three years ago bought in East Putney an old sofa that had not been used for 15 or 20 years. Deciding lAst Thursday that the article of furniture had outlived its usefulness, he tore it to pieces and in the upholstery at on1 end found a half -pint bottle par tially filled with what was labelled and smelled like "Pure Old Crow whiskey." MOTHER GRAY'S POWDERS BENEFIT MANY CHILDREN Thousands of mother have found Mother ftmy'u Swet Powder an excellent rvrudy for children campiaininar of headaches, cold, feveriahneu, tomach trouble and other irretrutarltie from which children suf fer during the days and excellent result Three Lines for 25c The Time will publish Wants. Lost and Tound, For 8sl. To Let, etc. short, adver. tisementa at the rate of three lines for twenty-five cents for the flrst Insertion and ten centa for each subsequeit insertion. FOR SALE AboutSOton of "hay In Wit iiamaiuwn. io a ton at barn : G A. T sr. IE C I . .... . " cciuiiutrjr street, leiepnone connco "un- 26113 .7 Mw-irw rrench mirror, two mi anu one mxt, one un-to-date soda are accomplished by it use. lined by moth- WANTED 8inle "younV man who will o fountain and ull equipment, thia ia a bar- era mr over su years, ooua oy ururcwu on a small, fully equipped trm and Help r, come quick ; Burl Inn-ton everywhere,Adv. ; work on a share basis, experience preferred i r-u!iS?r. 'ijlr'nl. Vt 262tf ... , but not absolutely necessnry, applicant j FOR SALE A new 'milrh cow" onYnd "lu ":l'ft",ci Bwnu' yuuu weufnt. Kino and true HELP WANTED MALE FOR SALE FOR SALE-Dry wood and also chunk wood" wiepnone th-M. 25tf encea as to character, etc. : apply to Box 80 young hen, two tons of rtrv mm iaaJ I, care unrre Times ncc. quantity of srreen oat fodder, and in. This Is Not Mews. A New York newspaper featured i WOODSMEN WANTED IB choppera, aled very nice aeed corn, prlrea will he rurht the fact that neihbora of a man near tenders and cant do men, alao six tmm- S'' day except Sundays; Henry A. l'ittsfleld. Ma., . whose house was mimed recently, spent LTiriKtmas day telephone Montpelier 129-R. 2S0t6 dtion : price 112.00; 80 Summer St URtl very pictureque. CLAIM HE POCKETED CHECK. C-eorgt N. Beecher and Thomas Guthrie Sue Ernest L. RusselL Rutland, Jan. 10. Georpe N. Beeoher and Thomaa Guthrie of I'awlet have, through the law firm of Lawrence, Lawrence & Stafford, filed a suit in the office of the Rutland county clerk, in thia city against Ernewt L. Russell of this city, a well-known automobile salesman, to eolleot the sura of $750. The plaintiffs allege in the declara tion that in September, 1917, they gave Mr. Russell a check for $375 to pay the principal sura of a note held by the Howard .National bank in Burlington. They allege that he maliciously and unlawfully converted the check to his own use and did not give it to the How ard National bank. The further allege that Mr. RusRell u subpoenaed in November, 1920, to testify in the cane of the Howard Na tional bank araihst Beecher 4 Guthrie for the collection of the not. They allege that he disregarded the subpoena and knowingly did not appear at the trial, causing them further damage. The eae is returnable at the March term of Rutland county court. means a high quality manufactured product which in turn means a higher market value with steady outlet. The creamery which makes high quality raw products its main aim and founda tion will grow steadily and be able to weather periods of surplus and defla tion in market values better than the creamery which is hampered by low quality raw products which when man ufactured offers for market undegrade products. Managers in their talks to patrons strongly emphasise these points and show them the value of increased re turns from sales of high quality prod ucts compared with the products infe rior in quality. CABOT COW TEST ASSOCIATION Records of Cowi for Month of De cember. The following table give the names and records of the cows In the Cabot Cow Testing association which have produced more than 40 pounds of but terfat or 1,000 pounds of milk during the period of 30 days ending Dec. 31 : Lbs. Brd. of cow. ..0. J. ..a. J. ..fj. J. . . R, J. ..(J.J. Owner of cow. C. H. Austin C. H. Austin C. H. Austin C. H. Austin C. H. Austin C H. Austin ...(..!. C, H. Austin ....G.J. C. H. Austin- G.J. C. IL Austin ....G.J. L. H. Austin (J.J. C. H. Austin B.H. C F. Cassadv G. J. C. V. Cas.adv . . . .O H. G. F. Miller ....O.J. O. F. Miller ....O.J. G. F. Miller ....G.J. G. F. Miller ....G.J. G. F. Ililler ....G.J. II. G. Rov (J.J. f. G. Roy ;..r. M. H, Abbott ....(J.. I. V. E. Lamb G.A. J. ("handler (J.J. r-mith & HougVn (J. J. C. Glidden (J.O. A. J. Smith . ...R ll. A. J. Sm b G.H. Lbs. milk. 772 747 8.10 842 723 811 857 8.19 1004 1223 1025 753 943 1287 1007 763 1.10 854 76 UKN) 86 1022 PI 5 10.14 M7 122 1010 bt'r ft. 44.0 41.4 41.5 42.4 43.0 43.0 43.7 40.0 51.2 50.1 31.8 44.8 40.5 Ml 43.8 40.0 41.9 44.1 402 3!0 40.7 33.7 41.2 45.0 43.0 58.8 W.I .53 .703 .250 .045 W. I. Abbott, secretary. E. W. Sargent, official tei-ter. Geese By a Young Goose. Here is a Kan-ejs schoolboy's esay n geese: Hse is a low, heavy -set kct milk is proximately one-sixth of (ird composed mostly of met and the nrrvaiiir.ir market nrir for lttte Comparison of Summarized Net Re turns from Dairy Products Dur ing August and December. The following calculations show ap proximately the market values during August and December, 120, for 100 pounds of 3.7 per cent milk old as mar ket milk and the comparative values of the milk when manufactured into but ter, cheese, condensed milk or sold as sweet cream. hen the milk is skimmed and the cream sold, the skim milk is figured as manufactured into cottage cheese. The prices are based on the average market prices for each product during those months. . Aug. Sept. Milk 100 lbs. 3.7 per cent (10 cents per qt. delivered Boston, August) $4.85 $4.88 (10.6 cents per qt. deliv- j ered, December) Butter 58.5 cents per lb., August ; 53.6 cents per lb., December, 565 Sweet Cream 5c and 20c . . .738 Cheese; (American Cheddar) per lb 270 CheVse Pot A Baker's, per lb J)0 Condensed Milk Bulk Sweetened whole 135 .130 Summarized Ifet Return. Aug. Sept. Milk 3.!I7 ft.Ort Butter 3.006 2.755 Sweet cream 3.258 2.038 Cheese (American Ched dar! 2.550 2.350 Condensed milk 2875 2.750 These figures show the differences in returns for market whole milk com pared with returns for butler to be too wide. This is true for the various oth er manufactured dairy products. Dur ing August the margin between milk and butter was 87 rents per cwt. of 3.7 per rent milk while the margin was till greater in December, the difference being $1.29 per cwt. This simply shows that the margin between milk sold as whole milk compared with the valu of milk manufactured has been too large. With fuch conditions prevailing, the Markets for whole milk are over-sup- j plied while there is a curtailment in the j manufa.1 ure of milk into the various! manufactured miik products. It will generally he found to be true 'that un der normal conditions the price of mar ll, 12 and 13. Creamery directors,! managers, Duttermakers and everyone intereated in creamery problems should plan to attend the convention. The Vermont Manle Slll7a.rInnlfro, nuorvia. tion will hold their 09th nmi.l I i vention at the same time. All sugar makers who can possibly do so should attend this convention. Commodity Prices Dairy Products. With the in the business world and the deflation in prices for practically all food irod-; ucts, farmers and creameries should be I extremely careful in the quality of products offered for sale, irrades of i products and neatness of package. In ' addition to exercising the greatest care ' relative to quality, creamery managers should keep in close touch with the va rious market demands and quotations and thus be able to ma-rket their prod ucts to the best advantage. Butter quo tations on one market may be 3.5 centa to four cents pr pound higher than in the market to which they are shipping. Alert managers take advantage of such differences. Managers should investi gate the future market demands for milk, butter and the various varieties of chese such as special kims, medi um skims and foreign types of cheese ana tnen guide their business accord ingly. Maple Product. There is practically no market for maple products. New York t'itv is quoting $1.75 to $2.25 for syrup and 28 ; cents lor sugar out there are no rales : being made at these prices. Actual sales in extremely small' quantities are $1.50 for syrup and 22 cents for sugar delivered to .New lorlc and subject to approval. j Hay. ! The hay markets show little active1 demand with light trading. The gen- ' eral tendency is for a downward trend in prices. The prevailing wholesale : dealers' prices the first of the month were: No. 1 Timnthv. $37; extra No. 2; Timothy, $34 and $35, and No. 3, $26 ; and $28. in cutting timber for a new house for their unlucky neighbor and that the wives of the workers gave them a turkey dinner at night. It is undoubtedly true, at least mod erately so, but it lacks novelty here in New England. It happens at inter vals in every small town in Connecti cut and in this respect Connecticut claims no virtue not possessed by her neighbors as a thing of this sort is a characteristic of small town life whether it has a Main street or not. It happen, when necessary, not only to the old residents, but to newcom ers as well and it comes promptly when the need is urgept. There may be times when the resi dents of a small town make life dreary for the average man by trying to order his actions, by insisting that he join this lodge and attend that church; by informing themselves as to his wages, and whether his wife makes her own hats or buys them. He finds that he has no more privacy than a goldfish nnd has no more influence in town af- sters for bobsled work, pay roiwr waires ; arr, caiais, vt. Green Mountain Lumber To, Middlesex, Vt., FOR SALE Parlor coal "heater "fl". .W. UAWTT?r U.. n .n..n kntol Cif) Hi V PnD Ctlf IV". ' . -. v per month, board and room; Bancroft Inn, every respect; Mitchell farm; R. F. T. i-iainncm. vt. , pnone 246tf 1150 MONTH AVERAGFi RAILWAY MAIL FOR SALE Beets, carrots and tuSpstl 00 clerks, hundreds wanted, list positions Per bushel ; cabbaire $2.00 per hundred lbs fre. write lmmedintc-ly ; Franklin In- delivered; don't order by the Deck hut hn itirtite, Drt 490 K.. Rochester. N. Y. 229t30 ; by the bushel, and g-et first class' (rood, at - -r-r "' pnees; antcneu farm, R F. D. 2. HELP WANTED FEMALE 1 Tt c , -- -U6tt WANTED-" AT ONCK-Bookkeeper and . wood dJ.veJed "It "pmdiT?lh JlT typist for granite manufacturer's office. BarTknd K "J. .Gr8nitv'"'. South one who has had experience In the srvanite "fj? . "j . few " of dry business preferred, pleaae state experience 4i9M "'u"" JamM "'': of Roy t Frijron Monumental Works, Bar-j BA,LED HAY AND STRAW TOR SALE ton, Vt, Box 886. 249W i , '",'rK anywnere m the city; C. R. Al WANTED A housekeeper on a farm ; P-' K ' J - ' Umi' ply to f rank K. Iiurkee, Kanaoipn t en- , - , , T7 "ein ana luriined oi-er- I ter, Vt. R. F. D. .No. 2. 248t9 ! teltphone 52-M, Montpelier. 246tf WANTED flood woman cook "at "once: will MARKED DOWN SALE All-wool knit- pay 112.00; more ir you are worth more: . , uirert irom manufacturer, box 27&. Plainfield, Vt 247t l1- '" 'O nd $1.98 a pound; poataire r- - " ! ir'a1.1' rS write for samples: H. r,. uanietL. Martrony, Maine. 241t8 j WMENSipw"' LUMBER " FOR "8ALE-AI.0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR EXCHANGE Potatoes for sprimr I boxlnsr boards, prices rirtt v rl- cows or youna R. I. hens; W. P. Hirkie, j inir. phone 144-W ivn Cabot Vt. 24716 :Ff)R 8t,e--u-,,- ?f? I . ' i ." :v 1'iicuraiir new iras water WOOLEN CLOTH For the boys. MOTHERS, yni can cut down the HIGH COST OF LIVrNG on your hnvs' rlothlajr. We are selling direct from fairs than a cricket even should he ' the MILL. Stromr, durable cloth. Nice line of patterns to select from, suitable FOR 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 thia 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. venture to speak his own mind and he deplores the faet that fate landed him in a small town. Then in due time diphtheria visits his household or fire destroys his prop erty and before he realizes what has happened the dictatorial and inquisi tive townspeople appear to him in a different light as whatever they have ia hia avA nnt 1tr 41,a oalrinir oa tliov i i v .. 1 " LOST Saturday afternoon in the Tenner io nut Kive mm lime UJ bsk. I lie rvlce waitmir room. Montpelier, purple -New lorK newspaper 18 not nrintinu islik umbrella witn three trreen stripes around I news when it tells of an instanee like !"d5e V1 findfir pUT ,c' ALL THK FAMILY. Write us for samples. ASIITJELOT WOOLEN CO., GILSUM, N. H. DANCING CLASSES STARTED NOW Join anytime private Instruction by ap pointment; call at 172 Main street, phone 168-M. 18M1 h. . . - - ... i , iic ttnm water eaters, suitable Inr h. . -t.j use one has never been used. pHces low j PPlILt?LBi?JL?eck- Phone 6S2-W. I22tf LOST AND FOUND HEMLOCK PLANK FOR RAT.K - ... 5 ,n hrn ,n B,rr si"" thousand feet dry two-lneh heralorV planV ! anyone interested telephone H. G. Bennett. 157tf KOR SALE A n reparation for eleanlnv srranite and marhl mmnmMh . lirftMa ! op the lettering and makes the whole menu ment iook riean and new : maranteed ; price on application: James Sullivan. 114 Park street. Barre, Vt. jstif AUTOMOBILES : the almve for the like U hflppening ! somewhere in New England every I weekl Jfartford Oiurant. Endorsed. "Does Mfwlge approve of complexion besutiflers!" "Well, she seems to lend enuntenanee to them." Boston 'Transcript. Dec. IS. vicinity Lanesboro, collar but no name: nnder please notify A. Michelii, SO Foss street, phone Zfd-J. 261U FOUND Three Yale keys an ring ; ""owner can have by paying; for this advertise ment at Times office. 252U LOST Between Arioll & Dente clothin store and John Griffin's store on North Main street an insurance aarent's wallet eon tainina a larsre sum of money and applica tions ; the asent is responsible to the com pany : will nnder please return to the Metro politan Insurance Co. office. 246tf State, of Vermont, district of Washington, ss. . . v-,rr. , , T T The honorable probate court for the die-! VYAiVlL.1) lt liUl trirt of Washington : to all persona inter- WANTED TO BUY Subject to test.' thirty wted in the estate of Ella 8. (Owcni Brink, nev, mjrn cowl ,ni nearby anHmrers. lat of Town of Barre, in said dtnet, de- Ouernaeys and Holsteins, must be of estra ceaaeil, GRKCTING : I ouallty and in good condition ; John F. Ben- At a probate court holden at Montpelier, jamjn. Barre. phone 105-R. 2n5tf within and for said district on the slat day of December. 1120, an instrument pur- . , . -. . i porting to be the Isst will and lament JUALL Aill rii.UALL HL.L.f DO DOE TRUCK FOR SALE Screen hodv'i reward. 2IS2t2 ' flmt-elaaa eondltion. irrxvi as new. 1919 LOST-A black and tan hound, white breast. D0" " miles: iTsher Farm, ltf ESTATE OF ELLA 8. (OWEN) BRINK. JIORSES AND VETIICLES Sleighs and Sleds Harness and Collars Robes and Blankets Sheeplined Coats VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. Colton's Prara 84 Stats Street Montpelier, Vermont A MILD DECEMBER point to early hatched chickens for 1P21. Oive a Buckeye incubator a few egps at the ripht time and it will do the rest. A Buckeye incubator won't ltl j leave the nest. It won't break thn epjrs. It will hatch large and stronpj chickens. It has a natural supply of moisture, automatically regulated. State Department of Agriculture Re port. The publication of the tenth report of the commissioner of agriculture, K. 8. Brigham, of the state of Vermont for the biennial period, July 1, 11)18, to June 30, 1?20, was comptrted dur ing the past month. Dairy Market Briefs Butter Boston Market. The prireg for butter declined crad- ually during December so that the pre vailing prices are now about the same as hone for 1SUS. The average price for "extras" (Boston chamber of com merce) in December, 1019, was 70.7 cents and in December, 1920, 53.6 centi. The yearly average for the two years was practically the same l!U nl.7 cents per pound (extras), 1020 60.2 cents, an average difference of one-half cent per pound. The market is ruling firm on high quality butter. I'nder- grades are still dragging. , New York Market. During the greater part of the month "extras" ruled firm and were main tained at approximately two rents above the Boston market on "extras." There is a good demand for unsalted butter in 20- and .'id pound tubs. Cream eries expecting to ship regularly to that market should purchase ah tubs for uch shipments. Pot and Baker's Cneese. The markets for these products are still characterized by dull demand with very little trading. There are large quantities still in storage. Vern R. Jones, dairy manufacturing specialist. Lionel (5. Mulholland, field agent in marketing. Riverside Hotel OPPOSITE STATE CAPITOL -128 STATE STREET. MONTPELIER AMERICAN PLAN Opens to the public January 1, 1921, 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 service will appeal to you. MRS. M. E. NELSON, Proprietress A. J. GUTHRIE, Manager :of Ella S. (Owcni Brink, late of Town of HELP WANTED Younu men Mnd w.men to Barre, jn said distrirt, deceased, was pre- laar positions as attendants at the Ver- ented to the court aforesaid, for probate. m0nt State Hospital for the Insane at Vim- And it is ordered br said court that the terhurr : to those who desire, an onoortunite 19th day of January, 1921, at the probale offered to attend runes' training curse: ; otner in saia siontpeiier, De aastsrneo tor applr at Hospital. Waterhory. Vt. ! proving said Instrument; ana that notice i thereof be riven to all pVraona concerned., WTT t r Tie I7,l7,rrTivT' br publishing- this order three week sue- J AINUALj JMt.t,ll.U j.aaslvWy in t. Barre Daily Tim. a new.-; .,, mtine of the stockholders said district. prrio to the tame" at , J ZZ 'utaSSLr raZ. L ! IT'S SIMPLE. IT'S SAFE. IT'S SURE. tl. ' t 11 lOOl n 1A L 1 ' ml j j t e . a Th,r.t-. .,, ar. h.h risl to an- -"""' vt.u. . i nai s wny me Die sueceagrui nreea- jpaar before -id eaurt. at the time and tie wZJ, .id Z trX ! the Buokcye, th. bett incubator i ";" "V,a- n prou. oi aclkm of j,y othrr business that may u,th dav of Deremher. f20. i' r lAUvenw ID r li miVI' T U1DTIU f..J "-.V- -. v,anier. ANNUAL MEETING "It lis Vt, Jis mo. Jan. 8-10-17. ESTATE OP AMOS U MERRILL. . , . -.. . , of the tjuarry Savina-s Bank a State of Vermont. Dtatrirt of W aehinirton. as. i cmpmny wil be held at the hank Th. honorable probate eort for the district ,of ,'.id ' ,, tn Oie Citr of H J. H. THOMPSON Efiiciency Engineer AUDITING SYSTEMS INSTALLED INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED Frass new on, the deannd for aaelatanre la preparing raas Tai Re tarns wOl be tnereasfnr. Why Bat aaaka reer alien far each sarrke NOW and arasd fatar sMnlraitlea. Canatant teach arlth ehangaa In Treaaary Department Reavlatiana enakls ass ta saaka aat rasarna aceardinv ta the htl-t ruling. Addraaa 171 Kawaoa Koad, Braoklina, alaaa. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER bowlandbldc. SURGEON DENTIST 'PH0NB Coughs Grow Better urpriaiaglr ano, throat inflaanmatioai dkwfs peara, imtatioa is relieved and throat tch line atopa, wha you uaa reUetMc, Ume-tesfed feathers. Hi head its on one side j (This at the pre-ept time would, be nine1 n- Ml. nn nr ini-i. ret.t fx-r qiian. With the new price? ing muh on tcmunt of the dampnea in ,fft for .J8n,rv jB ,.w yg. vf the moisture. ITiere ain t bo be- lnd this condition is more nearlr met. n to his tease and he can-tea a tov ! lalJ.wn in h,a stomach to kc-p him from J0111 Aannal CouTentiea Vermont ink inc. Smr Cr-w when thev jret bi I Dairnnep'e Asseoatien and Ver tre t-alled psnVr. and ha e 'curl on.1 B10" XP Sufannakers' .eir Uil. t.an '.ers d -n t Ute to sat I Association, ind hatch, but they jut bwf ard pni The Slt annual contention of he nrinmicjr and eat. If I a a p'e rrrn..tit Us tjr-'ii t i--..j(kih w.il i td rather be a pitider arytin-.e." Ika- l hrUl im B iri.r.sion on Tuesday, a. TranacrijaL. Wednesday rj Thursday, January Central Cafe PEASL STREET Curapeaa Tlan. TXESDAT DINVCK Tomato Sou Baked Ham with Hon Radab itoaat Lasnb Fork fie Verttahiea Fpiaark A pr-le aad Custard Fas ' Steamed Itar ilk Mapaa ' aa Wi yrur htairli neev after Uie aexwar. Reraiaur aaeaal Preakfaat aa4 svf'9rr 4r, diajaer (cl J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Praetlca limited to tHaeasea of Infants and Children. Offlea boars: t to 10, t to 4. 7 to t, and by appolntanont. Room Is. Miles GraniU Block, Tel. M2-R- FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CfRRIER BUILDING. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment LARSON and WELLS ARCHITECTS AND EXOIXEERS HA NO VER, N. H. BAILEVS MUSIC ROOMS rTEAPQT'ARTKR-" FOR RTLIARLB PlANO PLAYKR F1AVOS, VICTROLA". PONORA TSIKINr, MA CH1NES. RECORDS. FHF.ET MUSIC Telephoni 369-W. Barre. Vt, PERRY & NOONAN LNrXCrLLtO r-tlCFRAL FVRV1SHINGS Hoapital Ambulant Berrtea Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Deoot Sguare, Barra Tel eoaaxrtio. 4IS-W W. H. G00DFELL0W FIAXO TIDING The annual meeting- of the stockholders of the Quarry Savings Rank and Trust injr rooms - aforesaid. . to th. hetrj and all penions tnter. mmU TuwcUiy J.nuary 18th. 1921, at TTf..,n . V""11. "r,r.m,T"' "",) o'clock a. m., for the election of di rnrFTtNC- ' oeceaaeo. or tne rnjuinc Tnr and foT th r wii-Biria ,1... v.,1. i transartion of any other , bus ine.s that may ;.. . "1 r. properly come before said meeting. iih"t-!Urt admintrator " c M W'lLLEY, Secretary. J 'T' PJ?,U1 'T 5dJ"'U"2 Parre, Vermont. Deccember 27, 120. uy to aell all at real estate of aaid deceased i to anlt: situated In the City of Barre. Id- I ' cluditur the homestead na-ht and the Interest ' 1 of the widow therein, repreaentmg to said ' court that It would be bene firs I to the heirs ; and ail persona interested in the estate of , said deceased, to aell said real eatata and 1 convert the same into money. I 1 And bnnjrins! into court the consent and J approbation tn writing, of all the heirs to i said estate residing in this state, and aettlnv forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, the said court appointed and aaaUmed the 18th day of January, 1921, at trie probata office in Montpelier. in esla district, to hear and decide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered public no tice thereof to be given to all persons Inter ested therein, by pubtishirur ssjd order, to gether with the time and place of hearing, three weeks successively In the Barre Daily Times, a newapaper which circulates in the neiirhborhood of those persona intested in said estate, all of which publicationa ahall be previoua to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to i appear before aaid court, at the time and ! plac assigned, then and there in said court to make your objections to the granting of ! auch lk-ense, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier. In j least district, thia Kith day of December. Ii0. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. DecZT-JanS-IS 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 Established IMS. BOLSTER BLOCK. BARK, VERMONT made. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 149 Orange Co. Telephone L ,.lC waaet as w v Want a new-year. RtSCUJTlON f ? 3srv Perrx Make a New Tear's resolution that rou ran keep chummy with during the course of the neat few years. Resolve that Leava orders at Gondfellowa Jewelry "terra, tial real estate. If you do this each New rnv. rnonea: Btora. . - v w .,owa. i . ! Year's day that follows will find you in m nappy, properly owning iraaw oi mna KStf GAGE & GAGE CHIROrRACTORS BIT THIS NOW! WON'T BE ON THE MARKET LONG! Farm on the road between Middlesex and PR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICIAM BLANCHARD HLDG. faoaea: OflW TS-W : steal fkavca. T0-R. J Masira rally: S-1S a. m., Tneaday tni Waterburr, about threw mi lea from each Tharsdar. 2-t p -aa. Eveolnga, S.ln to t, laaw;: will keep from six to ten rows; - , - . vmrw vn rsiunarf. Mntpe e arrea in tine ullage; iarrv quan- lier Mondsra, Wednesdays, Fridaya, to tity cf wood; estimated to be enough to Tuesdays. Tbaradaya. Saturdays. 1S:I0 to It ' " f"r ,h entire farm: surer bush ..... vrsunvT lequipprd f r 2 Ml anaptea ; rond comfortable lf North Maia Strast DR. A. If. SMITH Osteopathic Physician IS KEITH AVrXt CSct Ckaaed Sarardars DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offira H Raoaa 15. Mikss fsulldiag riANO TUNING ' v ART-tt it rei ' fw.X TELiPHOMt :-. MrxT- ilLLIII oew-a at feaiitr'a Maaat I r i i i i itarra. lei. . omrr ROrm- s m W It sa aad 1 as sa Marday. Twasday. TVaraday aad Frtaavy WE ALWAYS HAVE Joat what yow are Hwkiaf for In iba Ifcaa of iewetry. airrerware, rot aasso. eta. Aaaa atwery. Oar wst'k and rlark tsaair wort wai anteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler S4 sFt-M fTRFET i SOLE AGENT IOR BOMQX AMXUCAX" M ; fw barn with tfun fTi t- hmi- ood tijtx Wttii the furrn. th owner will inrhiao 4 f-vory rrmtW HalstrtiVft, cm? vtn Wo4 honse fwiiiry, all tools, crvw. etc. Prw t4KVt..( for cvvrirthinji. It hard to fl4 brtt-rr m man farm than tr-to and tha toratinn ia rrr4-ionally rood. Now ia the time to look thia ever wiwa rork ia quirt. J " w - ' f afS--ii-infV; M WHEN BUYING AN ENGINE You will have in mind (1) sim plicity and eonnomy of operation (2) dependability and durability in service. An engine may look well but if it is light weipht with small bore, short stroke and hijrh speed it will be jtiat as valuable as a "trotter-hos" hitched to a spread er. Tha lonjrer 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. We want to show you some of these engines. Large and small stees. Your choice of gas or oil. 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. Kew Eng. Telephone 140 Orange Co. 'Phone HOUSES TO RENT Power in Two Tanks of fa. ojypnn and acntylene enable us to fuse, blend and weld any kind of hard metal, and to repair it per- fertlv. This saves sometimes hun dreds of dollars in new plates or ma chines, time and labor cot. He. See us for exjiert welding. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North .Main St. Barre. Vt. , iayaym yw- ffmo,..? j a feCToecjT?t'T;jsracua;aC"i4iLV TO RENT Front room; Miles Granito Black. Room 69. iiltl' TO LET Svaila of steam heated- rocensi with hot and cold water, at 10 Spauld- lrgstreet. ftStf TO RENT Downstairs tenement at I Mount street; Inquire of S. H. Barnes, IS Highland avenue. 24itf TO RENT Tenement of four rooms," gas, electric lights, hot water, all la good (order. 110.00 a month to April 1st; Rmlth jriace. off Maple Ae..Smlth Bros. t26tf I TO RENT Tenement of six rooms. bath i electric lights, hot water, etc. ; inquire of !0. D. Shurtleff, 2 North Main St. ltt TO" RENT Two good tenements, one of tig rooms with hot water and bath, one of I flrarooma ;Dr. O. G. Slk-kney. Xlttf TO RENT Upstairs tenement at 4S East street, rent 112: G. I. Wood worth at (Candy Kitchen, phone 1T7-M. 176tf TO RENT- Tenement at 2 Merchant street, I also four tenements on Wilier street, all la : flrst-elawa shape: modern improvement : , Geo W. Mann, hi Wellington street l.'ti WANTED WANTEDBy middle aired lady position aa t housekeeper or would coaatider place ia email family: addraaa "U. M. B," rarw Tunes oflice. IBlt2 W NTED To do dorneetie nursing : inquire at Roren S. IK'i North Main St. 251U WANTED By a Junior Fpaulding Lih echril giri. pkace in rnnd family to wr -k for board; reply to "No. 1," care Fane Tim.-s. r.'ti WANTED By an elderly lady, position to I do hcaaework rn small family; rail or write M Kinney street. 2HU 1 WANTED Place on a farm or livery stable for 14-year-old boy while going to ech-wH : write to "Boy." care Times, Barre. IM'tJ WORK WANTED Man desires work of any kind. rapaMe in all lines; reply so "A," care Ttmea omce. iinf WANTED To rent a farm with stork and trots for one or more years, or would rent en the hajfs; "R. W.". care at Times e fice. ' FIRS OF ALL KINDS ROrr.HT Fea, wna. skunk, muskrats. ec-: hirheat cash rrcea : send them ia : D. M. H m Montpelier. Vt. i4Hf RW FURS WANTED -We pay New York prv-a. honaat grading and qukk returan ; all shlrmenta held IS days. e.brl to re turn: have a large order for cone, : I raa pay fancy yrtres for const, mink and f rd ane oaaiity; C. L. Silver, riaiisfe4d. Vt. i4"tf LIVE STOCK FOR SALE IOR SALE One " full-blooded Jerwey KutL te veers oie : also ae-w anticS rows: J aoa Ba-yr. tabe. V k it't4