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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, .1921.
ABOUT THE STATE Happen'ngs of Interest from Different Sections. MAKE TEACHING MORE ATTRACTIVE Salmon Green, aged 85, town clerk of Richmond fur lias been 53 years. The Vermont Broom company has ji : st, started operations in Kwimton in a new plant, built for the purpose. Mm. Abbie B. Haskell is dead at Chester at the age of nearly 101. H ir birthday anniversary would have come next Monday. . ; Two rhildren of Mr. and Mrs. Feter ;Dubue of Schenectady. X. Y., were de serted at Rutland the other clay by their mother. Miss Lena Rons, deputy probation officer of the board of char .Hies and probation, conducted an in . veatigmtiori, located tho father, who sent the children's aunt, a Mrs. Sey mour of I'lrlington, ,to Rutland and the youngsters are now in her care. This is the second time the mother has deserted them. 6l' John B. Thrift, Sr. At the annual business meeting of the Xorth Congregational church m St Johnsburv last Wednesday evening, it was unanimously voted to build a $30, 000 parish house. The building; to be of wood, will be erected this summer north of tho chapel and connected with it by a passageway. The ouUide finish will be of stucco, the same as the church. There will be- a gymnasium and all equipment for suppers and giv ing entertainments, as well as for Sun day school sessions. At the business Resioii of the meeting,, it was an nounced that Elmore T. Ide, for 25 years a deacon of the church, had pre sented, it five shares of stock in the Merchants! Xat ion a4 bank, valued at $500, in memory of his wife. Mr. Ide's term of service as deacon expired this year and he was re-elected to succeed himself for six years. RECEPTION TO C00LIDGE Next Be Held at State House Tuesday Afternoon. An official reception to Calvin Cool idgo, the vice-president-elect, has been arranged by Governor James llartness for the afternoon of Jan. 18. Mr. Cool idge is to address the Vermont Histori cal soeUty on that day and the recep tion will bo held immediately after ward in the State House in order that legislators, state officials and others may meet the former Massachusetts coventor, who is himself a son of Vermont. EARL COLBY RELEASED, YD Veteran Had Been in Washington County Jail Karl Colby, who was last week com mitted to the Washington county jail, lias gone to his home in Wilmington to join bi family. He was a YD veteran and when readv to go home he wanted to cash a check and, going into one of tho stores in Montpelier, he was sur prised to find one of his old war asso ciates. They had a tine talk. Mr. Colby was one of the best men in tho ammu nition train, popular, of clean habits and much above the average soldier, so that his "bringing of a woman into Vermont was a surprise; but he said he had been led on and that he would try to remove the stain. MRS. FLORENCE RICKER That Is One of the Means of Solvit the School Problem in ' Vermojit. Calling attention to the shortage of teachers in Vermont, the state,, board of education in a recent report de clares that no state plan looking to betterment of conditions can be fully realized in the establishment of a cen tral normal school, which is a crying need, unless other remedies are pro vided to make teaching an attractive I calling and each town is advisfd to organize its school work so that the following may be offered to the suc cessful teacher: 1. Attractive working conditions. 2. Genfiine hospitality. 3. Social advantages which her posi tion warrants. 4. Association with the brightest miials and finest characters. 5. A salary, which will attract and retain. 6. A salary which places a premium on enicient service. f. A salary which provides for ad vancement in such manner as to em phasize improvement or growth in the service. Rural School Problems. The well defined rural school prob lems are classified as follows: 1. Sufficient supply of pupils. 9.. Location and convenience of ac cess. 3. Financial support. 4. Securing and holding capable teachers. On the problem of supply of pupils the report says: "Reports recently re ceived indicate that there are now 1105 one-room rural schools running, with 20 temporarily closed from lack of available teachers. In 1915 these same reports show a total number of 1,300 one-room rural schools. Within this five years' period approximately 150 schools have been "losed for lack of pupils, 50 for purposes of consolidation (of which most were small unprofitable schools) and 50 or 00 schools have been re-opened owing to local increases or shifting in rural population." Un the question of location the re port quotes the statute relative to transportation of children to and from school and add: "The chief troubles are, in the first place, to find anyone who wlil carry children, next to get the work done at a reasonable price. then to be assured of satisfactory con-! . - ""- here, show" that the highest rate tax 'nm.. ...i , i ... 4i. i i I Yw ' V , r J::: ! roachc. $1.S0 and the lowest in Rutland ni.t ilium j ii mi t vnr rnr witn I II I . i a 101ft n o ..r.:i v tn : i 4 Br pai iO women lescner in in .ini- UHh (4,ti!JS pupils). This last vear V. , . t . - i rutiifir u nrn it a .llhi a nn t n imw. I MAT IS .THE I Uttttt noo . ck REP,M much. I i Extirpo Hair Tonic St. ttt .KP Jt. .V;Aft'! 1. a Three Linos for 25c I The Times will publlnh Wants. Lost n4 Found, For SK To Lut. rtc hort adver tlementa t th rutr ot three lines for twenty-five cent for the flrst Insertion ana. tn centa for ench ubKmruelt lrnertion. 7 , FOB SALE 1 A FoUiinsr Anro c.merJ incmco nastitmt lens and No. 2 Capa. .nuuuer, a-i condition ; phone 811-4. 25fitJ r OH SALE A Huh-O.k .ri.. !,, ITOod condilion. hurna wmJ i . ' i I I , . ' B..U LUU, I : S?lT, 01 JMn Worren, Trow Hill, phon 256t.i I SAFE FOR 8ALE--Medlumil ..f l .J w ajn ir,u- r irsi cia lencr cuctrr wain wicm nN'imiun ; j ne u. M. Miles Cod j hammer or pneumatic tools and experi- lv North Main St 266tl nceed In erectinir monumenta. The riirht vnw SAflPc ii .:rj f-, - 1 Imnn Mn hr-nm,. a mnmher of the firm. , VaZ': " U""A Hf."" In ITool iwn u .rM; . r,.ni.. r i ,.t. e" Ul """'"son, t Academ i ii ui an m ve mium w. - o fc., Utt-rrOb V La tie a iJ jr ... in r .s. t J. t a inn orio " . . - . - .... ' ""re. - run WALK AM our household furnlturJ wain i ci r or our new tram ire one nmn- n-ne ; call at 8 Hooker Ave. 265fi icraue v.iiiiiac reumr man, uiMr- run BALE One imnrf ..nnJ.k..j viij HELP WANTED MALE . . . . , ' 1 . , . 11. 1 I f I . IT 1 1 1 .11 T"l 1.1.1 I . II I I U . .1 . -IB I iveepe me nair in i " jw uut j-i ..v ,,v..-. ' tot vr can ax i jKruftk SI Hu ... Am.m ik. -i O i Hell ffimranlpMl t r. h i-li ! rrMUYt. etc.. f.A . ' I MIC WIIIII1UII ' ' , ' ' I W 11 MAI b X' . 1 1 1 i main cauae of all oli. I commiMion paid weekly, free outtit; Her- , l .... 1 new life. "Extlrno" b I "c't Nuraery Co., Itocheater, N. Y. 257tl tlh " ton; n. B. wajvj Marn-d man wuiina- to lnveei Ladies, jrentlemen and children, do you want a clean scalp, neauny and lustrous balr? If so, use "Extirpo" hair tonic. It ronserv the beauty of your hair, which la tha main asset of youth and personal ap pearance. It revives the dead rooU which have ceased to function its natural color, (term, which Is the troubles and firlves lustrous, beautifying- and softenlne. If you have any hair left you are (till In time to cet back what you have lost. Our well known "Extirpo" hair tonic is free from chemicals, is purely a vegetable compound nd very refreshing- and sterilising- after having. For advertising purposes we will send you one six-ounce bottle upon receipt M $1.00, with a money-back (ruarantee. Also sold at all drug stores and barber hop. Prepared, by THE EXTIRPO SPECIALTY CO, SSI North Main Street. Bar re. Vt Tel. 3-J tuuity for the risrht man ; write Cross Bros Co., Northfield, Vu 266t6 WANTED Men for real "estate" business upon comminslon or salary, lrasons worth 125 free, if you mean business : Cornell Farm Arency, Proctor Bldir., Troy, N. Y. 267U - - i wren-Alien to. 26&4 FOR SALB-Talkinir "machlnTwlthfew red orue, will l cheap for cash. If take! at once; call at 94 Summer street, upstairs) 26t run SALE-- A tUX-hOUnd. SI, vn n M . nl very gooo: one. price riKht! telenhonl delivered anj Fart nd it !nllfJ $1,000 In reliable usines to secure em- J T . ' YJT.S"ooa nd o chunk woo.il ex- ' -"rVV"""; "-- : W1 ,?.s" A1'E-Three French mlrrSirtJ tJ.i::,. " Jm'.. 1UX on up-to-date sod uuMknin ana b eoulnfnnf l,iB 4. . w-s ployment, security and interest on Invests ment; write to "N. P.." Box 45, Webeter- ville, Vt. . 266t3 WANTED A Rood ail-round man who can cut or letter rranite. stnte waxes ; ad dregs Riverside Mont. Co., Kalamaoo, Mich. 265tS WANTED Men devote spare time selling guaranteed trees, shrubs, plants; liberal weekly pay; If you mean business write for territory, Guaranty Nursery, Rocheeter, N. Y. 254ti!7 GOVERNMENT WANTS HUNDREDS reau has assisted in placing 25 prin- Our Annuity Experience cipals, over 100 teachers in h irh school: , . , ., , , nn i . i developed through manv years and a positions, 30 m prade positions, and r noariu 4nfi in rnr.il .iplmnis TIip nff- larce number of annuitants, shows oxepate salary of all teachers placed clearly the comfort annuitants derive throueh the aid of the bureau up to 1, 1920, is more than $275,000." from a fixed, income which they can not outlive. Rates quoted on request. National Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mutual I. S. S. Ballard, general agent, Ilialto block, Montpelier, Vt. Dec. TEACHERS' SALARIES COMPARED In Statistics Taken from a Number of Vermont Town. Rutland, Jun. 15. Comparisons of the tax rates for schools of ten of the larjrest cities and towns in the state received at tho office of the school board here, show that the highest rate tax of schools is in Bennington, where it ve.t in Rutland, it is 75 cents. The highest sal- Died at Waterbury After a Long Ill ness. AVaterbury, Jan. 15. Mrs. Florence (Towne) Ricker. the widow of 'Simon Ricker, died at lier home here nn what is known at Little river, veslerdav. She was 70 years old and had been in poor health for some time. Mrs. Ricker was the daughter of Daniel and Arvilla (Hale) Towne. Her husband has been dead a number of years. She is survived by a son, Charles, of Waterbury and one grand child, also by four brothers, Wheelock, FranV, Charles and Oeorge Towne. all of Waterbury, and three sisters. Mrs. Fred Willard of Barre and Mrs. Rachel lv-meritt and Mrs. Richard Fiddock of this pbwe. TO MEET AGAIN IN BURLINGTON. Dairymen and Sugarmakers Find It Very Accessible Officers Elected. Burlington, Jan. 15. The joint con vention of the Vermont dairymen and sugarmakers ended Friday, with a large attendant. Speakers of note addressed i the gatherings and there was a large display of farming and sugaring uten sils. Commissioner of Agriculture E. S. Rrigham, in his talk, advocated the ex penditure of 2-"iO,00O annually for six years to eradicate bovine tuberculosis from the bird of Vermont. W. II. Crockett sought ftr better advertising of the maple product of the state, and several advised better grading of the products and better prices. Officers of the Sugarmakers' associa tion Here chosen Tuesday as follows: President, C. A. Badger, Fast Mont pelier; first vice-president, C. F. Purin ton, Burlington; second vice-president, Mrs. Helen IWd. South Newbury; secretary, M. 1). Corliss, Montpelier; tressurer. L. L. Story, Fast Fairfield; auditor, P. B. B. Xorththrop, Sheldon. At the state dairymen's meeting the old board of officers was re-elected as follows: President, S. L. Harris of Proc tor; vice-president . F C. Hilli of Fast Montpelier and O. IT. Terrill of Morris fille; secretary, O. L. Martin of Tlain field; treiirer, W. PI. Harrington of North Pomfret; auditor, F. L. Davis of Hartford. It was Vnted that future meetings of the dairymen snd sugarmakers be Ijeld in Burlington unb-s further ainn is taken, as the conveniences fur display of machinery are a great and the city is so accessible. The Women's Auxiliary elected Mrs. IL M. Farnham of Montpelier as pres ident, Mr. V. U Martin of PlainflcM. vice- president; Mrs. H. J. Wright of St. A'.ban. secretary-treasurer. (10201 eleven hundred less children were carried 3.500 a smaller number than were transported in anv vear since 101.3 (3.40S1. Kven in 1912 the number was larger 3.004." The report concedes that rural schools are relatively more expensive to maintain but meets the inclina tion of the taxpayers to curtail this class of expenses with the following statement: "We must take a radically different point of view, namelv that each com munity shall see to it that a sufficient number of schools shall be established to most conveniently accommodate all the children, that a liberal policy shall be adopted concerning transportation of remote children, that these buildings so far as needed shall be remodeled, im proved, painted, beautified, well equipped, and made hygienic, model schools, the equal of, or better even than the best the towns provide. "Moreover, every effort must be made to secure the) best possible teach ers for such schools, even if they have to be paid extra for their services. The poorer and more isolated a district. the greater the need of a superior sihool to make up so far as possible for deprivations that are unavoidable." Financial. The report gives a comparative statement of receipts and expenses of the state department for 191(1 and 1H2I) for matters educational, under the heading "Consolidated School Fund." The receipts for 1019 were $.V18,3l.iW and expenditures ?5(!5,39li.41. For 1920, receipts, f00,;)2i).oj; expenditures $hi, 130.58. The report states that the junior high schools of the state are accom plishing much in enlarging education al opportunities in Vermont, hown principally bv increased high school at tendance and increased desire bv high school pupils (o continue their educa tion after graduation. The value of the state teachers' reg istration bureau, organized in Febru ary, 1920, is revealed in this state ment: j "From March 1, 1020, to Dee. 1, 1920, about 950 teachers registered with the bureau. Of these 150 registered for positions as principals and superin tendent. 30() for departmental work in high schools, 300 for grade positions and 200 for rural schools. The bu- pelier, where it is $1,350, and the jest is ftSOO in St. Albans. In Barre the lowest salary paid wom len teachers is $1,000, the average $1,005 and the highest $1,150. In Bellows Falls, 'the lowest average and highest salary i is $1,000. Brattleboro's minimum teach- ' er's salary is $1,050, its maximum, $1,- I 200. The lowest salary in Burlington lis $1,000, the average" $1,185 and the ! highest $1,300. Montpelier s lowent salary for wom en is $1,300, the average is $1,315 and the highest is $1,350. Newport City's,' lowest, average and highest is $1,XKX I Rutland lowest is $800, its average $1,000 and its highest $1,100. St. Al bans' lowest, average and medium is $000. Springfield's lowest is $1,250, its average i $1,280 and its highest $1, 300. The tax rate on the grand list for fchools, current expenses in 11 towns is as follows: Barre, $1.50, Bellows Falls, $1.10: Brattleboro, $1; Burling ton, $.H0; Montpelier, $.1)3; Newport,: $1; Rutland, $.75; Springfield, $1; St.) Albans, $.90; St. Johnsbury, $1.25, and Bennington, $I.M0. The Quick to Amend, doctor That K a very bad sprain. You will need absolute rest. You will not be able to dance for three months. The premiere danseuse That's tough. It cancels a $3,000 week contract and me without a cent saved up? The doctor Not a cent! That's too bad. But don't worry, I think I ran lix you up so you can go on to-morrow night's show. Houston Post. Fertilizers of Proven Merit PROFITABLE yields depend on the avail ability of the plant food with which crops are fed during the growing season. The Lowell Fertilizer Company manufac tures Special brands of fertilizers that carry the right kinds and proper amounts of plant food for your crops. LOWELL Fertilizers are made from Bone, Blood and Meat Meal forti fied with essential chemicals. All potash used is high-grade potash imported by us direct from Germany. Lowell Fertilizers are quality fertilizers. They are in the best mechanical condition, and are ready to apply. Order your supply of LOWELL Animal Fertilizers today. Make this year's crop profit able with the right kind of fertilizers. Sens! Ir ttluttratrnd bee sAess ing pracflcmt reeuffs frfefneef by prmttitml fsrsifri. Free. LOWELL FERTILIZER COMPANY Branch e CenseiJateW Rtndwing Cm. Massachusotta t-trl TTTTl m ml Bo',OB n!!l!!r!!l,!,!H!!!l!!!!"-U-7.',1ll PL- pSh Ji mPYzYoftt.c4z1VJi tie? rui ':imr' iwramr&'- KtltfcaM.i.iin.ii..i rntrifHrtfrrfrmfrrnfl ircsTtj . rurin FT New Torn te Cherboa-f, ftru ttiiatplen IMPERATOR Jsn. SO, Mar. IS AQI ITANA. Fefc. S, Feb. it. Msr. 21 MAl'RKTAMA Apt 7, Mr 12 New York to Lirerpool VESTRIS J.n. 2 OAKHAM A. Jan. 29, Mar. , Apl. 1 f'AROMA. Msr. 1, April 23, Msr 21 K. A. Victoria Mar. 22, Apt. SO, June 4 N'sw Yerk to Londonderry Glasf-ow COLUMBIA. . Feb. 10, Mar. 2, Apt 2S ALGERIA (New)., ..Mar. t, Apl. f New Yerk to Plymouth, Cberbeurf. Hamburg SAXOMA..Jan. 22, Mar. 1, ApL 12 New York to Plymouth, Cherbourg Lonsert ALBANIA (New).... Feb. t, March II FOREIGN DRAFTS MONEY ORDERS By Letter or Cable England. Ireland, Scotland, Italy, France, Portugal, Hoi lard, Belgium, Greece. Cunard Steamship Co., Ltd. 126 State St., Boston, 1 I . . ,.-. iiviiu 1" I see IB aft Vrnit r '"S"","'- Iom Quick i BurlinirH rruit Co., Btirlintrton. Vt. 9ii i-UK bALE-Parlor coal Te7te"r7fl eJ -?Lt".! P1-e 112 00; 30 Simimer St 246 OR 84LEEarly cut and NoT 1 every resrct ; Mitchell farm; K. F. FOR SAI -EpBeets. carrots and turn p., ll.Ol iiliiiuiu"-" ; . ., . f v,.uw yrr iiuiuirra I railway mall clerks. C13B month, list poi- ?p"vrred; don t order by the Beck, but hut . . - . ... . . nv T h. k. . . . I I . -. ' lions tree, write Immediately: f renKitn m-. "".ti, u gn nrst class poods stltute. Dept. 490 L., Rochester. N. Y. ! Vu0,c',Ml!? Prices ; Mitchell farm. R F. D. zsawta- u&i WA'NTED Slnefe younst tr.an who will Ito j F0J!J?ALE7A'c'j nd Prid srowth Ts-reJ on a small, fully equipped rarm ana neip . - '"""" " uraniuville, Souil win-k on a share basis, experience prrerrea j " also a few runs of d but not ahuolu must be reliable, nees as to character, etc. ; 7. care Barre Times office. f ir.o MONTH average; RAILWAY MAIL clerks, hundreds wanted, list positions free, write lmm-di"tely : Frnnklin In iStlAte. Iapt 490 K.. Rochester. N. Y. 229t30 e basla, extrieTice pr-ierr 1 - v - - aiso a lew runs of drl utely necessary, applicants ; and dry chunks James Kellcy, ce e, steady and furnish refer- ' 246H4 apply to Box tl.20. HELP WANTEIT FEMALE WANTED A housekeeper In family of two, one adult snd one (tiH 13 years of age; address J. E. Vance, Groton, Vt 256t4 WANTED Girl or woman for sreneral housework in family of two; "F.," care Times office. BALED HAY AND STR A WFO R S A LE-3 Ur .an ""yne in the city; C. R. Al ""-a., pnone 161-X. 24tl iw-mnnu UUWN SAI P ill. 1 ting yarn direct from n.n..r.. J 11.70 mil tl OK j. 1 A .1 "'" write tor samples: H - .B,tHarmony, Maine. 24HM uimfcNSipN LUMBER FOR SALE Ale i.r JCl.DC?:?,';..prK!e WH; F. E. Down! ruiiic w. 28211 Pn I? CAT t t " " !; t: " 4 . ,u,t,lb, f(" n or stone ahcl use, one has hm k.. . 1 wtim va j "ecs, pnone 652-W. 222n 254U Or Local AgenU 1 1 Want Ar?ivi- vea r j RESOLUTION f ? I I MALE AND FEMALE HELP CLERKS (men, women!, over 17, for postal mail service, S130 month, examinations January, experience unnecessary: for free particulars, write R. Terry (former civil service examineri, 91 Continental Bid., Waahinirton, D. C. 25t3 HELP WANTED Youne men nd women to ake positions as attendants at the Ver mont State Hoepital for the Intane at Wa- i terhury ; to those who desire, an opportunity offered to attend nurses tralntn curse: pply at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt . 19t MISCELLANEOUS HEMLOCK PLANK FOR SALR ,t.L. 3 V 1"? h" ,n Br bt fort! '"-i ary twoincn hemlock plank anyone Interested telephone H. G. Bonneti 167tl "m A preparation for cleanlni t i marnie monuments; bria-hteni V V ,Y""r,r,n; ana msKes the whole monui rl'n and new: miaranteed: price on application: James Sullivan, 114 Pari street. Barre. Vt. JstJ B. A M. Take care of your luntrs with B. ft M. external remedy, also it is for all itiflsmmation ; your drug-R-iat sella it for 75e and $1.25. 256t6 i COAL CHEAP If you ue Leaa-Koal. the1 vreat coal saver, a chemical discovery, dls- j solved in ww and sprinkled on coal saves : from one-third to one-half on every ton of : coal; sent, postpaid. 25c and 50c; s-uaran-1 toed or money refunded: Less-Koal Co.. 1M 1 I Tremont St, Boston, Mass. 255t " WOOLEN CLOTH For he Nvs. MOTHER, ymt can rut down the HIGH COST OF LIVING on your boys' clohia. We are Belling- direct fro.n the MILL. Stronir, durahla cloth. Nice lin of patterns to select from, suitable FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Write as for samples. AsnuEr.or voolent co., GILSUM. N. H. DANCING " CLASSES STARTED" NOW Join anytime private instruction by ap pointment; call at 172 Main street, phone 18-M. 18U AirrOMOBILES DOWE TRUCK FOR SALE-ScreenTodyl nrst-claas condition, a-nod n. 1ml mol"V ,?,n "bcat '00 mi'" ! -iher FarrrJ Pethel, Vt. lt3 JIORSES ANpVEHICLES Big Alteration Sale NOW ON AT COLTON'S p'LACE. EVERYTHING IS MARKED DOWN. SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12 VEHICLE & SUPPLY CCU COLTON'S PLACE S4 Stat- Street ' Montpelier. Varmon! Stable and Street" Blanket! Wide straps, patent aecure, ad justable fasteners. Priced to close at (3.50, $4.50, $5.50 and $6.50. MARSH-ALLEN CO. W. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. TelenhnnJ Make a New Year's resolution that you can keep chummy wtth during the course of the next few years. Resolve that you're going to buy some good suhstad tial real estate. If you do this each New Year's day that follows will find you In a happy, property owning frame of somd. . WANTED, Hrt.ll.U lJ 1U rugs, sioeooaro, Dunet, organ, chairs, rajt WANTED A small and a medium elsed nlT D00'- aunes. pans. ete. ; sea ua k i.. . n. ii vt what nave you to sell 7 what do you eul 253t to buJ,T Pn' 325 North M'n St 266f4n WANTED TO BUY Subject to test thirty new milch cows and nearby springers. Guernseys and Hotsteins, must be of extra quality and in good condition; John F. Ben jamin. Barre. phone 105-R. 206tf I ruuLiui ' tYtD Cl T E ln r.nk lm.,il(iv tn.n, THE MARKET U)NO! capacity, an extra good working machine. Farm on the road between Middlesex and pr)f " toH ''tK"1 J7"wc ' Waterbury. about thrw. milea from each vil- " at a.l North Mam St. Barre. 254t laire;; will keep from six to ten coin; . about 28 acres in fine tillage; large quan- j it'vtTir mrPTinri tity of ood. eatimated to be enough to! ANISUAL 31LLlllli pay for the entire farm : sugar bush equipped for 250 maple 1 good comfortable WANTED About pounds first claa geese down ; Mrs. Lizrie Manning. 1 Keith Ave., or phone 311-W. 25St WANTED A few table boarders; 872 No, Matn St, Barre, Vt 254t6 WANTED TO RENT OR BUY Small farm! : . L i . i . . . . . . a -mi vt wiuiwi equipmeni. give lull par. iicuiars in nrsi letter; writ to "IJ.," card limes omce. ; 254t6 W ANTKD Pueition on farm or teaming, good milker and teamster, single, stahi wagea; Kenneth Cole, 33 Summer 6t. LeoJ minster, Mass. 254t6 WANTED Cony of 'The Land of th, Green Mountain," issued In 1018 by publ eMaSlll nOSTON. MASS. A minute from surface or subway ears j lamed lor comfort eaavanlenea and ourteey. Refurnished. AU taa eaodera j conveniences la every ronot prompt service) moderate prices. European plan. $1.50 a day up and tha unique restaurant new one of Boston s show place, where tna eaoteeat tos market affords as aervaal Id ouaint and beautiful eurrouenllDga to i pwisti music, uaneing ana labarat THE FAMOUS mm J. H. THOMPSON Efticiency Engineer AUDITING SYSTEMS INSTALLED INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED Fro as naw an. the demand far etsaistan-e la preparing I nee me Tax Re tarns wfll be tncrra4ng. Why not make reservation for such service NOW aad avoid future didiraltlea. Constant teach with changes ,1a Treasury Department Regalatians enable ass to make out retarae according te th - lat-t ruling. Address 171 Rawaon Read, Iirecklln. Mana. house ; horse barn is clapboarded and paint ed : cow bam with tie-ups for ten head. (tood silo. With the fsrm. the owner will Include 6 fancy grade Holsteins, one extra i mod horse, ptiltry, all tools, crops, etc : Price $4000.00 for everything. It is hard to And a better one man farm than this and the location ia exceptionally good. Now la the time to look this over whea yorfc Is quiet The annual meeting of the stockholders ' Isritjr Bureau of the secretary of state's of of the Quarry Savings Bank and Trust nc. ,ul,e Pr" d condition of ame: Mrs. Company will be held at the banking rooms A. C. Dyke, 205 Summer St, Bridgewater, of said bank in the City of Barre Ver- 264t6 mont on lueeaay. January istn. IWZ1. at WANTED To hear from someone h.vmJ 10 o'clock a. m.. for the election of eli- ; farm for sale, one that will keen 1 tJ m i "' lllBidlsl'-a-S' l'l HI y. 1 A. a aV II - -Iir ,t . rrij rectors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of any other business that may properly come before snld meeting. C. M. WILLEY, Secretary. Barre, Vermont Dercember 27. 1920. it . KM Mil 'll S5Tfl 'j-'1 W '.1, 1 PROFESSIONAL CARD DR: EDWIN F. HEININGER . V A Successful Cigar V j All Quality MMl howland bldu. SURGEON DENTIST TH0NB J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Practice limited to Disease of Infants ar.d Children. OrTlce hours: to 10, 2 to 4. T to S, and by appointment Room 1$, M lus Gronlte Block. Tel. M2-B. FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CtmRIER BUILDING. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment LARSON and WELLS ARCHITFCTS AND FXniXKKRS HANO1R, N. H. Interested, Anyway. "All tlie -rM ! a l-er, ym kncvwt." "I w-! ln't a far tT sy that; kut it alar takf an inieret in h-s h"ttr hen they are read in riart." Boeton Trsn-Ti.t. Comfort:f;. 'S ! . I? .mleili ).a taken tlie v it least." Ikt-n Tras-cr.jt. tp 4? Slayton Cash Market Open for Business in the Rear cf Ihc Eastman Store, 1S4 North Main Street. We have a full line of Western Beef, Native Beef, Na tive Tig Pork, Lamb, Veal, Frankfurts, Ham, Bacon, etc., at very low prices. Can furnish beef by the quarter and pork by the side at very reasonable prices. Bargains in cut pieces Saturday night. All first quality poods. You can save money by trad ing here. Telephone 399-W BAILEES MUSIC ROOMS HK.P3''ARTFR3 FOR pr!?1F FUM'S PLAYER PIANO VICTHOLA.. frONORA TIKINi1 M -CHINKS. RFtORDS. PHEET MUSIC Telephone 3G9-W, Barre, Vt m. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN RJ.ANCH ARD BLDG. pboM : OfTx-a. 70VW ; Resldestee, Tat-K. PERRY & NO 0 NAN UNEXCrLLKD FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambxlae a Berrtea Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Derot Square. Bam TeL connertio. ;-W 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 Marihfield, Vermont FROM MILL TO CONSUMER Woolen Cloth SUITABLE FOR MEN'S SHIRTS WOMEN'S DRESSES AND CHILDREN'S WEAR Send for Samples and Prices 15 cowa. younir stock, team, wood, lumber, witnin nve miles or Harre; write t rarm." care Tunes office. 243tS1 WANTED Furnished heated rooms foJ Housekeeping-; address with particulars m. n-. limes onice. 252tl2 WORK WANTED Man desires work of anJ kind, capaoie In all lines ; reply to "A.,' care Times office. 24K6 RAW FURS WANTED We pay New Yor'J prices, honest aradina and quick returns nil smprneuie nem lu aays. suDject to T4 turn : nave a large order for coon ; I cat pay lancy prteea for coon, mink and fod of fine Quality; C. L. Silver, PlajnflelcJ W. H. G00DFELL0W PIANO TUNING Leaea orders at Goodfrllow'e Jewelry Ftor. Barre. Fhonei i Store. 2-Vy ; Hroa, --M. ;ti DR. H. II. HUNTER GAGE "& GAGE ilHROPRACTOKS Hure : Monday. Wedneaday and . to It a. m . II" so I n. m. : Tmrf.. TVucrtsr and SetnTay. 1 to t s. m Mnsit ptlir: Monday, Wednday and Frtrtae I n a m. - i - Tfc , , . day, la Ir I is. n I RARP.E. VERMONT 1 Phone M2-W le NortJi Mai Street : V. Barre City Fire Loss for 1920 is ...$15,130.75 This office paid $13,716.40 Insurance is a business of of loss paying. Our old strong companies pay them, too. I Little Woolen Co. -A North Montpelier, Vt. -M r J. W. DILLON Ketaattatiew IMS. BOLSTER BLOCK. B A KICK VERMONT DR. A. II. SMITH Osteopathic Physician Ti KEITH AVENUE Ofrkw Closed Satordeya PIANO TUNING B ARTHiR BRED VX MS. TEUIPHONE t S- tnVT-FrLrTR-Loaee orders at lUiJeys Hsane Barra. TeL s-W. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN i OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN i Office t Rom S. K la rViiMa ' TeWnone ConsMrttnn t OFFIC Rni'KJ- ss sji:si isll-ssts; p aa Kt'way. Tte. Taars-lar and fy-aar ' WE ALWAYS HAVE ! Jw-t Kat yen are tonkin fr In tae rsao ef J-elrr. aileerware, rot siaaa. ee, Aasa siemnery. j "ur siics ana esnra refjir was a aeteeaS. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler - Fl SI TPFFT SOI E AOEXT IXjK tvslOS AXUitAy LaUsarsbi.rmi 1 1 r. .a r . i ac'.. c .tp-.t ac-j 6 r i xijiisn pt n.v fciljuiaUT?.vt'" Til TJ HOUSES.TO RENT TO RENT Furnished room, all mod. conveniences; O. N. tiranger, IS Mer cnam si reel. 254t TO RENT Tenement of six rooms, bath, e'ectne Iiarrts, not water, etc. ; inquire O. D. ShurtlelT, S-' North Main St 21 TO RENT Two Rood tenements, one of al rooms witn not water and bath, one flve rooms : Dr. O. G. Stick ney. tlttt TO RKNT Upeiairs tenement at4" Eael street, rent lit: O. L. , Wood worth a Candy Kitchen, phone 1T?-M. 17ttl TO RENT-Tenement at 2 MMrhinT'street, avo lour ienMnenu on wiiiey street, all Irt tlrst-ciuM snape: modern improvements Geo. W. Mann. M rVellinirton strwt. iJtll LOST AND FOUND LOST Black shepherd dear, collar withou name. , reliable information rewarded Mrs. W. J. Oravea, WaitaAeld. Vt ZMtt LOST Prtwren Artoli A Denta clothing store and John Griffin's store on Kortra . Main street an Insurance aacnt'a wallet eon . taininc a larre sum of money and arplicaJ 'tiona; the ao-ent ia respcmsible to the eom-J pany : willrfn.1cr please return to the MetroJ pl'tsn Insurance Co. ofnee. 24avl Power in Two Tanks of fr. ciyca and acetylene enaMe ti tn fue, tl.n l anil sell any kind f liar 1 metal, and to repair it jr fertlv. Th' Mtf aometinie hun dred" of dollar in pew f lates or m rfainea, time an! Ubrw ot, rte. S1 as iar r-tt wflJir.g. A. M. FL.VNDERS 207 North Main SL Darre. Vt. i BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES iE Vi ILL start yoa in the rlmninr an dyetnir bivwiess, little capital needed, bus rrort. write for tooklet : The Ben-Vosid System. Dept. Charluue, N. C. Z57tl TAK1.M11 ribu-i start In mono-l meat business in my of 14f..i'''0 : 1 ear the place a here to start, and will tn tn o half; a splendid opportunity .- how nor mceity have ycai 7 nest or references : an areas X m. F. Haectet, 1 US Satb Ave., Rnc Hand. IM. 'M I AGENTS WANTED 1 AGENTS -Mk ST&.00 wrrkly dllirur ir 1 wkl7 fuH tm, Sc an hour uraire tm-', rry. IrHr. Ta. SS;u rKODlTING TA.I.ORINft AGENTS WANT I Kl lMn" maiiworrW suit, ftfwvt i t-nU.. rrW-M rut to tK henr. tnnr mtr tin rradr : Lri W oAm Mms Chtw i m 2:ti A(;ENTS -T -rmrM linr f Ivmirr -ptrT unity f r bn h tx , rif for ymr t ruiH : HtTti'rti H- tfry Miits, ! mnnf.wii Are.. rhirML. Pm r'tT 1 SALESMEN WANTED A VT F I - c m tim n, mast hmv an to work rth ' -rjar Trr ,n r;at om I