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THE BAItRE DAILY TIMES. BAItRE. VT.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1921.
7 ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. HEADACH ES The Hospital Aid association Springfield raised $1,107.64 in 1920 The Windsor Choral association is to i be revived and rehearsals will start ; Jan. 18. Arthur Quimby of Cornish will conduct. A concert will bo given i at Easter time. Winnnaki is considering the matter ) of becoming a city and a village meet I ing i to be held next Friday to vote I on the subject of accepting or re i jecting a city charter. Mike Olhefski returned to Spring j field from Boston the other day with : some booze and while going to his home by a back route unfortunately , encountered an officer. The result was ! a fine of $100. FOR YEARS , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Valyou were j given a reception in Winooski Satur , day evening in honor of their 50th ' wedding anniversary. Both were born ! in Vermont, the former in Colchester and the latter in Lssex. The 1020 Rutland County Agricul- tural society fair cleared $10,000. The ! officers predict a big business for 1921. j The fair has become so large that grandstand accommodations are said J to have become inadequate. At the 24th annual show of the Ver jmont State Poultry show in St. Al bans last week, F. W. Sault of that ' . . 1 .1 11. 1T'!l...A nun citv was awaniea inn nuuimmi :and, since this is the third year lie has won it, it now becomes his permanently. Nothing Gave Relief Until He Tried "Fruit-a-tives" IGOCaroune AvE.,OaDENsnuRa,N.Y. "I suffered for four years with Nervous, Sick Headache and Dyspepsia. Tried doctors ate bran gems took all kinds of remedies but nothing did ms any good until I used Fruit-a-tlres' or Irult Liver Tablets. They made me well and keep me well ; and I am always glad to tell people of the great things "Fruit-a-tives have done for me. I have many friends in Ogdcnsburo; now using 'Fruit-a-tives' on my recommendation". C.E.BESWICK. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBUKG, N. Y. The home of Xewell Burnham on the shore of Crystal lake, Barton,-was destroyed by fire the other night, the 1 owner awak'ening in time barely to es 'cape with his lfe. As it was, he suf fered burns on his head. Nothing in ' the house was saved. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Rourke of Rut land celebrated their 50th wedding an niversary Jan. 6 at the home of Thom as Burke of Castleton. Ten children are living and were present at the an niversary. Mr. and Mrs. O'Uourke were presented a purse of $400. Oscar Beach of Salisbury was bad ly hurt Friday as he was drawing a load of loose hay to the home of his brother, Ouy Beach, in Vergennes, the load sliding off as he drove onto a bridge, throwing him onto the iron railing of the bridge and breaking three ribs. Mrs. XV. C. Matteson is ill at her Some in Northampton, Mass., wrth a nurse in attendance, as a result of be ing struck by snnw which slid from a roof in Brattleboro Dec. 30 just as she was passing bv on her way from the train to visit her aunt, Miss Hat tie Stearns of Brattleboro. The latter was also struck by the snow and some what hurt. EAST CALAIS Mrs. Winnie Persons of North Mont- pelier visited at Edson York's on Fri dav. Mrs. Lee Tebbetts and son, Clifton, spent part of the last week with rel atives in Montpelier Mr. and Mrs. Russell Collins of East Montpelier visited the Calais grange on Thursday evening. -Mrs. Bessie Xempleton of North Cal ais was a recent visitor in town. Mrs. Lilla Lamb is visiting Mrs. Ed Wheeler, her sister, in Maple comer. At the last grange meeting the of ficers for the coming year were in stalled, after which an oyster supper was served. The Calais grange seems to be in a very prosperous condition. Jack Morrill of Calais visited at Ed- i son York's on Sunday. Van Persons of North Montpelier was in town the first of the week. Mrs. H. S. Benjamin was a recent guest of Mrs. George Lawson. Mrs. Ware of Hardwirk was a visit or at L. A. Keniston's part of last week. Mrs. Edson York still remains quite sick. Merl f'hapin was a recent business visitor in Hardwick. Daniel Totter, one of the oldest res idents of Bennineton, was struck by an electric car Friday afternoon and is now in the Putnam Memorial hos pital with a fractured right leg and a number of scalp wounds. While it is not known exactly how the accident happened, it is supposed he went to the crossing near his home on the Townal road to take a car and ap proached too closely to the track. The Lincoln Manufacturing Co., bob bin mill and boiler house are nearing completion, and they will commence the manufacture of bobbins the coming week. Thev are now installing a 0- horge power engine to run the mill, also a 20-horse power engine and dy namo for the purpose of lighting their entire plant. A season's stock of logs Is being procured from a tract of tim ber land situated in the town of Rip ton and recently purchased by the com pany. The logs include both spruce and hardwood, and will be manufac tured into course lumber, bobbins, bat ter tubs and boxes. A Variant. Friend Well, how do you think the election will go! Actor It is on the knees of the gods. Friend (gallant to suffragists) Say, rather, it is on the laps of our god desses. Boston Transcript. The work of the past week has been largely office work which has been neg- j lected for the three weeks while the ! county agent was sick and away on j leave. j On Friday afternoon the Chelsen ! Boys' and Girls' club met at the branch schoolhouse for the regular monthly ; meeting. Miss-Luce, asi-istant state,' leader of boys' and girls' club work, ' waa present and exhibited to the girls interested in sewing some of the things that have been made by sewing club girls in other parts of the state. After the meeting the cooking cla-s girls treated the ret of the club to fudge. On Friday night the Chelsea Branch Farmers' club met at Richard Bacon's. , Miss Luce was present and gave an in teresting talk on her work. On Satur day afternoon Miss Lure met with the cooking class of the Boys' and Girls' club ait Mrs. George Tutherly's. On Tuesdav of the coming week the county agent will attend the annual corn show held by the students of the ! Vermont school of agriculture at Ran-1 dolph Center and assist in the judging, i Plans are under way. but not com- i plated, for a meeting of the Randolph! Cow Test association to be held in the ! neir future. I Judged By the Supply. The call for farm account books has ' ine candidates speech was long not oeen as neavy as anticipated. It is drawn out and getting tiresome. "Gen- hoped that those interested in keeping; tlemen," he said, presently, "a man is farm account's may be greater than ever ! known by his works.' i this year and that every farmer who is I He paused impressively, when a making a business of farming will avail heckler took advantage of the pause himself of an account book, to remark, "Then yours must be a gas j Harold A. Dwinell, works." Boston Transcript. j Couinty agricultural agent. Slippery Going j . I ffSHfih.PAGTnDiJi h ' . " Z.t ttiZ.VUnA TtrarhrJ II si a? M m i 9 N Ha I ISl F """"""J a II i I H h I I I B I. V f ft . . 1 'Waf LT B B HI ' T1V U HEARD WHAT ANOTHER; WOMAN SAID 1 Thro TJnrc for 25c FOR SALE. rOR SALE Dry wood and also chunk wo: Found. For.. TP" ,''7 .V "i,rt ad.r. .. f '-Phone MH-M. . oS , tiscment. nt the rat of three line fojirOR SALE About 80 ton of h.y In Vt . , . , itwcnty.flve rent for the fret Insertion an" linmstown, $16 ton at brn ! G. Mrs. Margaret Bonneire of Murray, ten cent for each subsetnieU insertion. Ine, 6 Seminary street, telephone connf Street, St. John, N. B., writes: "I i t--: rzr-7r. r-.s . tloti. t5 heard a ladv saving she bought a bottle ItVT P WAVTPn MAT V. .? . SAI'.E -Three French mirror, of 'Dr. True's Elixir' for her children and it was splendid. I am glad I uulii iiajMtn I 12x4 and one 10jc. one up-to-date to GOVERNMENT WANTS HUNDREDS "unxnin unci nil equipment, thi n a bf .... . .. lk in ,rr antnmnr.. ...;..L. . n i. & - i . - " rnnwy mail clerk, i;i- momn, list pnei- .-" uuiuuk know of something good now. 1 cot a lion free, write immediately: Knmklin In- rru'-- unriinrton, vt Ututi Dept. 490 L., Rochester, N. Y. 263126 k '1 u a A 1 v. A ... uj. s-cii.c. j new mucn cow. one work home, (rood wciirht. kind and trt bottle and I think it is great." ine iiuaiive menuoneuai.ove ia 'r-i,,,-----,,. ao 80 younvr hen, two ton,of dry ex, I rues KllXir, the Hunlly laxative and j on .V '"luiDDed farm and help ounntity of,rreen ont fodder, and aJ (trm Exneller. It is very plenant to work on a share bai, experience prefcrn-d n-e aecxl corn, prire will be. riti take; children like it, and it is mild but not absolutely neceary, applicant, c " Til.l. Vf ept "uys : HenrrJ in K l,..e.-..1 Ar.. steady ana rurnisn reier- ' " ,7, . 7 lencea as to character, etc. ; apply to Box fun bALb Parlor coel henter; fine rt ii n MiriiiMiij( in anow ine inmiuer 7, care Harre Time office. mtw o-tion ; prjre iu.00 30 Summer St 24 ot youngsters and even grown ups Who WOODSMEN WANTED IS chopper, led HAV FOR SALE Rarly cut and No. 1 suffer from worms but don't realize it. I tender and cant do men, alo ix team- every irrct: Mitchell farm: R. F. iter for bobsled work, pay sroina aurai ; pnone zj-a-j. j tireen Mountain Lumber t o., Midalex, , FOR SALE Beet, carrot and "tuTh"pT"f l telephone Montpelier 129-R. Z5UIH npr Bu,hcl : mbhi fmn r... I $150 MONTH AVERAGn RAILWAY MAIL delivered : don't order by the peck, but 3 clerk, hundred wanted, llet po!"" w ouanei, ana (ret ft rut churn roodt free. write Immediately ; Franklin In- wholesale price ; Mitchell farm, R F. D tittite. Dapt. 40 K.. Rochter, N. Y. li'lisn rnom jri ; .. .. FOR SALE Block and aecW irrWth rt HELP WANTED FEMALE ! Jellvered .t Crnniteville, 80 WANTED Eiperienced table srirl ; Hotel Barre. Every one needs a good laxative to avoid stomach troubles. Siitn of Worm : OtTcnaive breath, awol len up Up, Hour stomach, pain nbout the navel, pale face, eyea heavy and dull, twitch Ine eyelid, Itchmir of the nose, ahort dry couith, irrindinir of the teeth, red point, on the tonrue, atortina' durintr ltn, slew fever. Adv. ESTATE OF MOSES COLBY. WANTED AT ONCE Bookkeeper and j State of Vermont, District of Waahlnirton, . Tha Honorable probate court for the dis trict aforeaaid, to all neraons Interested to the estate of Monee, Colby, late of Plain- field, in nid district, deceased, ORF.ET1NO: one WHKItKA.4 , mnrl hr. ; thm bui 2d die of February next for examining and and wajres dwired In first letter: Barre and Marre; also a few runs' of wrwl nnl Am. .k.ml.. . T tr . yfiy tfamw jveuey. Sl-iU. oiKf WANTED -Ftrst-clas atenog-raplier, at tne BALED HAY AND STRAW" FOR S A LI wme time accuetomed to office worjj.; Delivered anywhere In the city; C. R. 1 to . lSBi' C-P'liy I"""' t ' FOR SALE Good Meieh a, 24 6t! leifirh and ftirllnnd nJ Cn ! totfinhjM. BK1 U t . ,. a typbt for irranite manufacturer office, vAPVP a -,. .',. . fl le who h had experience in the granite . MRED. "OWN SALE All-wool kit business Dreferred. nleoae stale experience'.,'"'" ."I"-"'" iron manufactua) , . mi.vn m noiinn inquire sllminir th. account of the adminittor of Ry & Friron MonumenUl Work., Bar-, ' , " : write for ple u"'i ORANGE COUNTY FARM BUREAU Notes for the Week Ending Jan. 8 of the estate of aaid deeetused and for decree m" the residue of aaid estate to the law ful claimant of the same and ordered that publ'c notice thereof be riven to rll person, interested in said estate by publishing thi order, three weeka uccesstvel previous ti (he day aaaivned in the Barre Dally Times, a newspaper published at the eity of Barre, in aid district. THEREFORE, you .re hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Mcntpelier. In said district, en the day asi(med. then and there to contest the allowntice of said ac count if you see cause, and to establish your rlifht a heirs, legatee, and lawful elainuTot. to said residue. Given under my hand, thi. 3rd day of January, li!l. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Jan4-ll-18 ESTATE OF ALLIEN D. PHELPS. ton, Vt, Box 865. WANTED - A housekeeper on a farm : ap ply to Frank E. Durkee, Randolph Cen ter, Vt, R. F. D. No. 2. Z48t- POXti les: 1 241) Inappropriate for Ornament. Everett, aged six, had been left with a neighbor while mama and papa at tended amateur theatricals. When they were alone the neigh bor remarked: "Your mother looked nice. She was certainly dressed up." ''Yes'm," Everett said, "she had on everything new she got for Chrititmas Vept her percolator!" Car toons Magazine. MISCELLANEOUS WOOLEN CLOTH For the boys. MOTHERS, you can cut down the HICH COST OF LIVING on your boya' clothlae". We are selling direct fro.n th. MILL. Strong, durable cloth. Nice line of pattern to select from, suitable FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Write us fur sample. ASHUELOT WOOLEN CO., GILSUM, N. H. DANCING CLASSES STARTED NOW Join anytime private instruction by ap pointment; call at 172 Main atreet, phon 186-M. 189tf LOST AND FOUND t ;-' BE K5 ; n .'7? . 584 i LCOHOi,-tf fts;" J AVccfablcPrcpafatoifiirAs J J ::i;..nrirheF(MdbvEcula- f .IHIIHI"'"- - . k ueuicaioriiucns aim "" J K c r " "TrTrvtT 4fni Si nrr n f 1-1 virt For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always State of Vermont, District of Washington, sa. The honorable probate court for th dis trict aforesaid, to all persons interested in Sir R.rr. a.M rfSsVT L0ST Blrk 'ntain P" without top, gold rRFFTIKC . " d Amtnct- deceased, , ltm. finder please leave at Lander". WHEREAS, said court ha. assumed th V'""-?.tor?-.. - ib3tl 20th day of January net for examining i LOST Saturday afternoon in the Tenner and allowing the account of the adminiatra-1 aervlce waiting room, Montpelier, purple tor of the estate of aaid deceased and for al,,,1 umbrella with three green tnpe around dnrre of the residue of said estate 10 th. (edne und tip; finder ple.ee leave at Cum lawful claimant of the .me. and ordered ! mings & Lewi' .tore and receive suitable Maine. i-uraunsKiN LUMBER FOR SALE A; boxing board nt-L-M vtkf . c v r2 ing, phone 144-W. ' ' ' 2l FOR S A LE- -TW pr7ttcXliy-r7enSrwl hcafers, suitable for home or tone ., n-v-r neen used, rirlce In "'2!iMLJJ!c,t Phone 652-W. t2i KKMLOC1T PI.ANTT rnn C A T IP. I have in stock here In Rarr about foi mouand reet dry two-Inch hemlock pl.rJ anyone interested telephone H. O. Banna; FOR SALE A preparation for eleanli granlto and marbte monuments : nrfght4 np the lettering and make th wliole mori ment lock clean and new : B-uaranteed ; trld on application: James Sullivan, 114 Pai stiwet. Farre, Vt. li AUTOMOBILES ORANGE The grange installed its officers rn Friday evening. Fast -Master Ila M Xelson was Installing officer. Follow. ing the installation an oyster supper was served. The property sold at XV. L. Han na's auction went rather low. The small farm was sold to . W. Aiken of East IiarTe. The large farm was not sold. Edwin Farnham and family spent Sunday in Washington. Clafide Clark of Washington and family visited at E. (i. Cook's Sund.iy. Mr. and Mrs. .Frederick Jewett 'are at Frank Machia's, having sold their interest in a farm they owned in East Montpelier. Miss Lucy Calcagni is taking a va cation at her home. Mrs. Antonio Calcagni is in the City hospital for treatment. Now enjoying the biggest season in its history A visit there will prove the holiday of a lifetime. Bathing, boating, fishing, tennis and golf are all in full swing and there's health and a good time for everyone. The trip is so easy, so comfortable and Clyde Line service is so attractive that you should write at once for sailing dates and steamer accommodations. New York to Jacksonville (Calling at Charleston, S. C.) Wide choice ofaccommodations,including bedrooms with private bath; also rooms en suite or singly without bath, but with private lavatory. All rates include meals and berth, and depend upon room selected. its a fThcrcrytinP 3 . . j . a Bot Cantatas t i,ctfJuxOplttfruMon?Unenof; 1 Mineral. Notahoo tstBtJ Annas In' 1 in 1 " " 1 4.-tnf..lRpmcdyfof ConftlpaSonandDiarr and Fcverisnn" Loss of SLEEP rwSmileSijnaWs,0' Bears the 4 II (V that public notice thereof be Riven to all per sons Interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeka successively previous to th. day emiirned. in the Barre Daily Timea, a newspaper published at th. eity of Barre, in said district THEREFORE, you are hereby notified ta appear at th probate office In Montpelier, in said district, on the day easimed. tl rn and there to contest the allowance of said account if you sea cause, and to establish your right a. heirs, legatees and lawful claimant, to said residue. Given under mjr hand, this Jrd day of January, 1921. FRANK J. MAUTTN. Juda Jan4-ll-18 reward. LOST- Modest in Request. Prison Visitor My good man, is there anything I can do for you out side the jail? Convict I'd appreciate it very murh lady if you'd call on the mayor and ask him to extend me the freedom of the city. Minneapolis Journal. Wise Guy. "The ailent man no fool," sail Tenn, "He know whst he's shout; fie thinks mistakes like other men Hut doe.n"t blurt them out." Boston Transcript. , Unfortunate. Alir Pick.U such a large-hearted fellow. Edith That in why I rejected him ; e"s ao large hearted that he ran love lialf doecn girls at the same time. ftoston Transcript. hn For rat.s, ate, .ddrest m f nw T" tiZ . . t V rr. r m rmam ituiiu mgr. I Piar SS. North River, New York IS ' f Ml I.J (S IB r -1 I Exact Copy of Wrapper. in Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMt CINT.UM COSJta)T. NCW TO. . ClTT. IT. S. Government Warns Farmers About Disease Caused by Rata. They carry Bubonic plapue, fatal to human beinps. They carry foot and mouth disease, which is fatal to stock. They kill chickens, eat prain, caune de. st ruction to property. If vou have rats RAT-SNAP will kill th"m. Cremates rats after killing them leaves no ssuell. Comes in cakes, ready for use. Thn-e sitea, 35c, C5c, $1.2."). Hold and guaranteed by R. L. Clark and B. D. Tomaai, Barre; Price Grain company, Middlesex, and Berry A Jones, Mont pelier. Adv. A b)clc and tan hound, white breast. Dec. IS. vicinity Lanteboro, collar but no name: finder pleaee notify A. Michelli, 80 Fose street, phone 6fl-J. 25U3' LOST Between" Arloll & tlente clothinn store and John Griffin's store on North Main street an insurance aa-ent'. wallet con taining a lara-e sum of money and applica tion ; the atrent i rceponsible to the eonv pany : will finder please return to the Metro politan Inaurance Co. ofllce. 246tf J. H. THOMPSON Efticiency Engineer AUDITING SYSTEMS INSTALLED INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED Frera new en. th drmaeid f.r itanrv n ajreparin Income Tsi Return.) wfjl be incrrnir. Mhy net saak. rssMrv.twa f.r uih swrlu NOW and mntd ,-tant teach wrth enanae. In Treasury Department ReraiatUn. enabl. I a.t retains accord In. to tkr ltt rallnf. Km Brewaltn. aiaaa. turr oifflmltica. 0-tant teach wrth ant retime ac as. IIS Ksessa PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEIXINGER bowland bi dg. gURGKON DENTIST ,H0K J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Pnartic IlsnHeel to tHe.a of Inf.nU acd Children. Office hour: t to 10, 1 to 4, 7 to S, nd by appointment Room 11. Mil Granite FHoek. TcL U2-R, UnprofetsionaL "The doctor are a kindlv fTew, And ret." said IVter IV11. "1 never knew a doctor who Wished everybody well." IV-t"n TrancT'jt. Ob of the Best Ways k te.r-h hoy and pirN thrift and eav !r.p h.b i to start endowment tnur. ince hnh they mn l.ter kp up heml Fate riit-d en rfjue-v. Kati'T..! I.ife In. to. Vt. Ol'itu!'. . S. HaiUrd. general agent, Ks,t- Work, Mon'rT, Vt. 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 be?t lot of horses I have .een this sea son. ChouV? heavy pairs from 2100 to OGO0 lbs. and low down tight made singles from 1050 to 1800 Tbs. Direct from the farms where they were raised. Ail 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, VL FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST riRRTKB BUltPINfJ. PARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HE A PCi t" A RTF RS rn RFItAPIE MAW'S. PLAVKH riAVO VlCTIcnl.A fiN'A TAtKIN.J A. HJNK.S. tK(ORIS. FHEET XrSIC Telcphoni S6y-V, Darre, Vt LARSON and WELLS ARCHITKCTS and EXGIXEERS HANOVER. N. H. PERRY & NOONAN Central Cafe PEARL STREET Euroren rian. WEDNESDAY DINNER Pea Soup Rout Lamb Fried Cod Potted Beef Stewed Tomatoea Apple and Raspberry Pi. Grape Nut Pudding: Get jrour lunch her. fter th show. Resrul.r meU B reeJi f at and Su(per, 40c, Dinner 60c WANTED TO BUY WANTED A amall and a medium sised cash rejrister; Box Na. 13, Cabot, Vt. , x 253t6 WANTED TO BUY A few bueheb of Rood potatoes : lintel Barre. 26212 WANTED TO BUY Subject to Test thirty new milch cow and nearby springer, Guernsey and Holsteins, must be of extra quality and in Rood condition ; John F. Ben. jamin, Barre. phone 105-R. 2"5cf DOnr.E TRUCK FOR SALE Screen bo nnt-class condition, eood as nw 10 mod.l : run about i.600 mile lh Far. nemei, vt. flu JIORSES AND VEHICLES Rip; Alteration Sale NOW ON AT COT.TON-S PLACE. EVERYTHING IS MARKED DOWN. SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12 VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. COLTON'S PLACE Montpelier, Vermo4 84 Stab. Street MALE AND FEMALE HELP HELP WANTED VounK men and women to lake positions a attendants at th Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wa tcrbury ; to those who desire, an opportunity offered to attend nurses' training course: apply at Hospital. Waterbarr. Vt. 19tf ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting; of th stockholder of the Quarry Savirur Bank and Trust Company will be held at th nankin, room of said bank in the City of Barre Ver mont, on Tuesday, January 18th. 1921. at 10 o'clock a. m., for the election of di rector for th ensuing year and for the transaction of any other biuinet that may properly come oerore saia meeting. C. M. WILLEY, Secretary. Barre. Vermont. Deecember 27. 120. A MILD DECEMBER points to early hatched chicken. foJ 1021. Give a Buckeye incubator a fevw egg at the ripht time and it will dn the rest. A Buckeye incubator won't! leave the neat, it wont break the eeffs. It will hatch larpe and atronpl chickens. It has a natural supply ofl moisture, automatically regulated. IT'S SIMPLE. IT'S SAFE. IT'S SURE. That's why the big successful breed- era use the Buckeye, the best incubatorl made. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telethon. 140 Onaca Co. Tslephon. I (Want a nev-year. RtSOV-UTION 7 ? osrc Perrx Make a New Year. resrduMon that na i cn keep chummy with during the couna ; of the next few year.. Rnolve that ! you're going to bur some good substaa- I tial rJ estate. If you do thi each New car day thaf follow, will And you In I happy, protiertjr owning tram, of nmd. Discount Sale In our January Sale, we are giving a 20 per cent dis count for cash on many of our goods. Come in and let us show you. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Marshfield, Vermont 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 Establish ltt. BOLSTER BLOCK. BARK VERMONT WHEN BUYING AN ENGINE iou will nave in mind (1) sim plicity and economy of operation (2) dependability and durability in service. An engine may look well but if it it lisrht weight with small bore, short atroke and hiph speed it will be just as valuable as a "trotter-hoa" hitched to a spread-. er. The longer they stay hitched the more calamity far the hitchcr, 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 tell the true story of more power, more engine and long life, tve want to show you some of these engines. Large and amall sizes. Your choice of gas or oil. Ther are hacked by a bind ing flve-vear guarantee. If you al ready have an engine too small for your requirements you can ex change it. MARSH-ALLEN CO. New Ens;. Telephone 140 Oramre Co. 'Phon. HOUSES TO RENT m ; Mile. Granlt. Z61tl! Bl'Y THIS NOW! WONT BE THE MARKET Ulli! OS) Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers nn. Howard a. drew OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Pl.ANrTf s.RD PLDC pbewej.' C"V, :c. W; tVatdeace, ?e-R. Farm on the road between MldHI and W.terbury. about thrw mile from each vil la..:; will keep from si to ten cows; about it aerm in line til la.; la. nr. quan tity of wood ; estimated to be enough to tksnrsl Vu. n Pr lor ine enure Terra : aurar Main houM ; horse bam i cl.pbne.rded and paint ed : cow am with tie-up for ton head Good silo. With the farm, the owner will include f.nrv rrade Holetein. on evtra fave erHers at GooUfHlow', Jewelr pw Price l VH)!fl for ev'erythin.. It i. hmrd to ere. Phone: Rtrm "un vi . . . tnA . fc... i .v.-- . i. ..4 ITStf nrmtifn w exceptional lv aond. Now M u iimc v m uiai eweT snfs xora m quiet. W. II. GOODFELLOW I'IAQ TTNINQ P- GAGE & GAGE cnip.orRACTORs Tueed. anii Hx" twilr: -14 . m eieept TtNMutar end IW- Monitors. Wrrini iieesoay. 1 hursdsri. faturdara. 10:9 i PARRE. VFRMONT Phone -W U) North M.ia Street " ' unr and , mf-f- nd Ss.rt. Mitr. I 1 1 jj 1 DR. A. II. SMITH Osteopathic Phj-sician t rtlTH AVTXV C-c dosed Sarerdsf JDH. LEWIS D. MAHTIN OSTEOPATHIC THYSICIAN OAc. ie Room M MMw (Vaildhu T-Vr. Kerne feiMr'MS rtrncr r?ot n. 9 oij..d - Msedar. Tawwistr. Tnxtar and trt-Mr WE ALWAYS HAVE Jl what as e lsiat far hi taw ! -w'T. lw-re. rut .iaam. etc A - ioe 1 . fur w.vb and ior repair wwrfc gm suli cL.ii.tvn.inJ.i.a'ic 1-1 t - A-l All W A a fcal .. I ; 1'inri.nrM-- U PIANO TUNING ri t kf r.t 1 I U F Lie rw at oir Btosw ;i II D f f FFT Vjkso. tn Tti. . SOLE AGt-VT TOR Btislu.S AMERICAN- O. J. DODCE. the Jeweler Pjf Aa ILICajOat.Yl s, y..4-ty jt j Power in Two Tanks of gn. otyp n and "! vene enatile ti to fu. t.lrn.l an-1 weld tiv kin! of hard metal, and tn repair it r feelly. T? i mr -fmet inn- hun dred of do"ar in pew t Utes or m thine., tirtje and lnhr rot, rir. fe u f .r ejrt wel-Jir.g. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main SL Ilarre. VL TO RENT Front roor Black, Room 69. TO LFT Suit, of stcem hoatrd with hot and cold water, at 10 Spauld- j Ira .treet. 2tf TO RENT Tenement of four room, m electric light, hot water, all in rood order. $ 1 0.0U . month to April 1st; Smith Place, on Maple An., Smith Bros. SiZStf TO RENT Tenement of ix room. h.th. electric liaht, hot wter. etc. i inquire of O. D. Shurtleff. ii North Main St. Xltf TO RENT Two ood tenement, on of .! room, with hot water and bath, one of ft re room : Dr. O. O. Stirkne?. 21tf TO RENT rpetaire tenement at 4 East I atreet. rent f lit i C. I. Wood worth at I C.ndy Kitchen, phon. 1T-M. ITtf TO RENT- Tenement t ? Merchant strs, alo four tenement, on Wtlley .treet, aft ra flrtcla h.pe; modern improvement.; Geo. W. Minn, ti Wellinrton street. Itfl WANTED WANTED To hear from mbimw havinrl farm for sale, one that will keep 10 t IS roan, rounc stock, team. wood. lumber, within fi'. mil, of Barre; write to Farm." car. Timea office. lioJt WANTED Furni bed heated mnma fo hmisekeren. ; adore, with particular. I "M. R-." Tun, office. rstU'l WANTED To do domestic nursin. ; lnirilr at Knn I. Jl.'i orta Main M. li.It-1 WANTED Br a Junior Srauldin- biehl ecrol rirL place In familr to t k I frr boaid: reply to "No. 1." rare Pn Time. 25L't.fl I WANTED P. an elderly lady, roition M do housework m small family; rail rl write It Kinney atrewt. i'Slt-'l WORK WANTED Man desire work of anrl kind, capable in all line; reply to A.. care Timo office. 54l VANTEt To rent farm w;th tnrk a tool foe one or mre years, or would rent en uie half; ' R. W.", care of Tines of fice. St RAW FI RS WANTED We pay New York prve. ben-t eradma and auKk r-turn : Stl fcpmnta b-d 1. dsvm. uhert to re turn ; have a lar oroer lor coon ; I can psy fancy prices far oo-i. mink and ffes nf fp quality: C. L. Silyer. Pla!f-M. Vt. .:tf DR. II. II. HUNTER ar-4 GAGE & GAGE CIIIROrRACTf 'RS Be-! M-4a. 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