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THE BAR11E DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1921.
i ABOUT THE STATE t ! VERMONT STOOD 39TH IN CROP PRODUCTION Happeningi of Interest from Different Sections. The house and a lwrn on the Ernest Hentley farm in Hrnnington were burned to the ground Friday, with all the furniture in the house. All Farm Crops of the Country Were Valued at $10,465,015,000 Ver mont's at $59,210,000. Washington, D. C, Jan. 17. All farm crops of the country were valued at $10,4(W,015,0OO lust year, based on Dec. 1 price paid to producers, the de partment of agriculture has estimated. That compares with $16,035,111,000 in 1919 and' $10,15(1,420,000 the five-year average, 1914 to 1018, inclusive. Texas maintained its plur.o as pro- Representative I). ('. Noonan, while ducer of crops of greatest value, with on the way front Montpelier to nisia total oi wnicn was nan home in Aorth Fernsburg, Vednes day, suffered a severe attack of heart trouble and had to be taken home. No serious result is looked for. A special town meeting has been called for Jan. 25 in Weybridge to elect two selectmen, one having died and another moved out of town. ' Miss Miriam MacKenzie, for the past year and a half county club agent in the Rutland county farm bureau, in co. operation with the University of Ver mont extension service, has recently re signed to become teacher at Orrasbee house, Troctor. William Burroughs, who for the past year had been an inmate of the Sol dier's home in Bennington, died Thurs day at the Mary Fletcher hospital, hav ing gone to Burlington Jan. 4 on a visit. He had lived in Underbill most of his life. The meeting called in Winooski for Friday night t act on the acceptance or rejection of a city charter adjourn ed without date, no action being tak en. Some amendments will be made to the proposed charter and it will be submitted to the legislature. a billion dollars less than in HH0. Iowa retained second rank with $450, 101,000. Illinois, only slightly'tehind Iowa, con tinued its place as third with $459, 170,000. . ' California jumped from tenth into fourth place, held in 1010 by North Carolina, with $457,750,000. New York went into fifth place from 14th rank, with $450,507,000. North Carolina dropped into sixth place with $412,374, 000. Pennsylvania went forward into seventh place from Ifith rank the previ ous year, with $'i07,617,OOO Kansas dropped from fifth rank into eighth pla-e, with $378,430,000. Ohio dropped from eighth rank into ninth place, with $3i0,Rtm.0(H. Wisconsin moved into tenth place from 18th rank, with $.300,; 270,000. Missouri dropped from ninth rank into 11th place, with $343,102,000. Geor gia dropped from sixth rank to I2th place, with 323,200.000. The other Ftates, according to rank and the value of their farm crops for 1020, follow: Indeterminate Sentence 13 Nebraska 14 Michigan 15 Indiana A gift of $50,000 in bonds was an nounced Frulav from Henry . rut- nam to the Putnam Memorial hospital t5 Oklahoma In Bennington, which Ins father found- 17 Minnesota ed. This gift is to be used to meet any 8 South Carolina deficit in the operation of the hospital MKentucky wnicn is not. met oy income jroiu nun go Arkansas 21 Tennessee 22 Alabama : 23 Virginia 24 Mississippi .... 25 North Ilakota 20 South Dakota . 27 Louisiana 28 Washington ... 20 Colorado 30 West Virginia Tn Rutland -city court Friday the charge of manslaughter against Collins Jones, motor truck driver, was iv1 prossed. Jones was driving the truck when it struck and killed nine-year-old Richard Crowley Jan. 8. The boy is said to have jumped from a moving trolley car directly in front of the mo tor truck. L. G. Murphy, formerly original en gineer of grade crossings for the New Vork Central Railroad company, was Friday nutde chief engineer of the Rutland railroad to succeed John (5. Schillinger. who died in Burlington some weeks ago. Mr. Murphy will have an office in Rutland. He was for merly associated with the Boston and Maine roiid us assistant engineer, hav ing headquarters in Boston. He has done engineering in Peru. .$300,400,000 . 303,410.000 . 200,751.000 . 21)4,715,000 . 288,270,000 . 282,013,000 . 208,857,000 . 248,275,000 , 243,048,000 , 240,001,000 . 230,702,000 . 22(i.lS2,0(K) . 100,17 1,00 .. 101,401,00 , 170.700,000 , 150,570,000 , 140,087,000 112,485,000 ESTATE OF ELLA S. (OWEN) BRINK. Three Linos for 25c The Times will publish Want. Lost ni Found, For Sal. To Let, etc. short adver. tisements at the ruts of three lines" tot twenty-five cents for the first insertion end ten cent for each iiibsequeU Insertion. HELP WANTED MALE operator on crime ; The Granite Co., 2S8.6 (ftpyrisntt "Any Skin Disease in Your Plant, A PROMINENT FIGURE. Doctor?" The investigation recently begun by A Longshoreman of Ghent, Belgium, Be come Cabinet Minister. About fifty years ago, in the seven- CHRISTIAN DESERTED OFFICIALS. To Shake Hands with Former Danish Wrestler in Paris. Paris, Jan. 17.--King Christian X cf Denmark had just alighted from the train on his recent visit to this city, and, standing on the station platform at the Gare du Nord, had listened to the words of welcome spok en by Premier Leygues, when sudden ly, he walked briskly away from the officials to a blonde muscular giant who towered head and shoulder above the rest of the Danish colony. "Ho.w are you, "professor ?" inquired the king shaking the hand of the ath letic looking Dane. . "Quite well. Your Majesty, only business is dull here at present, I am thinking of going to America," replied Jess Petersen, at one time a 'contender for the title of champion wrestlers of. the world. The king had left diplomats, min-, isters and officials to shake Jess hand. 31- Oregon 110,115,000 32 Maryland 107.847.0(H) 33 New" Jersey 07,000,000 34 Idaho 02,275,000 35 Florida 80,503,000 30 Maine H4J188.000 37 Montana 7s!o42,00 38 Massachusetts 71,088.000 30 Vermont 50.210,000 40 New Mexico 03,020,000 41 Connecticut 53.500,000 42 Wyoming 51,584,000 43 Arizona 45,353,000 44 -Utah . 43,120.000 45 New Hampshire 30,008.000 40 Delaware 20,030,000 47 Nevada 13.244,000 48 Rhode Island 6,330,000 ties, a boy by the name of Edward Anseele, the son of a poor shoemaker the V. S. public health service into the causes and prevalence of skin di seases arising from occupational haz ards is already yielding interesting fruit. Most striking of all, so far, is the discovery of the number of plants where many employes are suffering from occupational diseases, most of them skin, with either the plant physician or the men themselves realiz ing that their trouble is more than in dividual, f "In one plant said Surgeon General Ciimming, "where khaki cloth was made up, inspection by public health service representative disclosed a worn-, I - 1..: i . 41... ., 1 ., ..i- .1 ,,.. H II Willi nun III1I I Ilt'TI If, lilt? L'UIIIL ll'M IV'I . . . ...i - - ,. i;.,l,t rt f,m W .pi,rr. l.sd i Liverpool as a longshoreman, helping i found in the and sculptors in Belgium, and it has established a system of sick benefits, unemployment pensions, old age pen sions, etc., which makes it impossible for a co-operator to starve in Ghent. State of Vermont, district of Washington, ss. The honorable probate court for the dis trict of Washington: to all persons inter ested in (he estate of Ella 8. (Owool Brink, late of Town of Iiarre, in said district, de ceased, GKKET1NG: At a probate court holden at Montpelier, within and for sajd district on the 81st day of December. 1920, an instrument pur porting to be the last will and testament WANTED An experienced of Ella S. (Owen) Brink, late o( Town of Lane twenty-ton, electric Barre, in said district, deceased, was pre- Milford Pink-Victoria White sented to the court aforesaid, for probate. Milford, Muss. And it is ordered by said court that the " " 19th day of January, 1921, at the probate t office in said Montpelier, be assl'ined for i proving said instrument; and that notice, thereof be niven to all persons concerned, i by publishing: this order three weeks sue- lexaively in the Barre Daily Times, a news- puiwr circulating in that vicinity, in sa4d district, previous! to the time ap pointed, j Therefore, you are hereby notified to ap- I pear before said court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the probate of t aid will, if you have cause. j Given under my hand at Montpelier, In said district, this 81st day of December, mo. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judee. Jajt.S-10-17. FOR SALE . ryK oALK A Hub-Oak parlor heater, t Kioa condition, burns wood and coal: In f ol Jonn rren. Trow Hill, phor r"'-'- ... . . 256t3 8Axfc rOR SALE- Medium size safe, in ex n n!i''n : The D. M. Miles Cob v.., iso nonn main St. 256ta FOR SALE E-mail Grand " piano." in Rod c o """nson, o Academ i, uarre, v t. Male Stenographers Largo corporation can use several competent male stenographers, be between 18 and 25 years of age, for out of town work. Kxcellent op portunities for thos making good. Application treated strictly confi dential. E. L. Smith, Box 100, liurlington, Vt. Moslri 2651 A fox-hound. 3 Venn, old an -a? very iroort one. price riht ; tclenhond ..in ai a nrooK &t,, Harre. 256t6 VriU ft a t c-. xr- , , t ... . ..-i,. 4 nurse nay, delivered any ion; tl. u. Partrkbi. WANTED First class letter eutter with hammer or pneumatic tools and experi encced in erecting' monuments. The right man can become a member of the firm. Will be at McGovem Granite Co., Inc., of j fice, Barre, Vermont, Jan. 19. 1921. 257t3 ! WANTED For our new (raraire one hitrh grade Cadillac repair man, good oppor tunity for the rltrht roan ; write Cross Bros. Co., Northfield, Vt. 266t- WANTED A good ali-round man who can cut or letter irranite. state wages ; ad COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF JAMES F. SMITH. The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the dis trict of Washington, commissioners, to re ceive, examine and adjust the claims and de mands of ail persons ae-ainst the estate of James F. Smith, late of City of Barre, in said district, deceased, and nil claims exhib ited in offset thereto, hereby cive notice that will meet for the purT"i aforesaid, at the offlce of Ballard & Woodruff, in the City of Barre, in said district, cm the 81st day of January, 1921, and 27th day cf June next, from 10 o'clock a. m., untl 8 o'clock p. m., on each of said days and that six months from the 30th day of December, A. D. 190, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at City of barre, this Suth day of December, A. D. 1920. N. B. BALLARD, JOHN T. AVERILL. Commissioner. JanlO-17-24 ' COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF ROSWELL L. PERRIN. The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive. examine, and adjust the claims and demands 1 stiAte, Dept. 490 K Rochester, N. Y. 229W0 of all persons tirainst the estate of Koswell I L. Perrin, late of Berlin, In said district, de ceased, and all claims exhibited in offset )Irr n , TrrlT1T. tt-i r Tt thereto, hereby give notice that we wiU meet! HELP VAiTED FEMALE FOR SALE One good second-hand "; Marsh-Allen Co. FOR SALE where. $26 ?"-' 254lfi FOR SALE Dry wood and also chunk wood FOR SALE-Threi French mirrorsT tw lix4 and one 10x4, one up-to-date sodil ............ ,,u equipment, this is a bar. '"r """Vn. rome quick: Burlingtorj "": ""iriingion, vt. 25jt r UK SALE Parlor coal hesiteirt d;tion: price $12.00; 80 Summer St. 246tj rOK SALE-Early cut and No. 1 i every resict; Mitchell farm; R. F. J m Kjn orti.r, Beets, carrots and turnps, $1.0l r. iwiir ; raunage tz.ua per hundred IbJ uenverea ; oon t order by the peck, but bui .... ur,, Kn nrst class goods k wholesale nrices Mit.hu . t i. n Tkn. i.f W,l, . u. rnone 22o-J. 46t rOR HALE-Block and second "groWth gree wood, delivered at Graniteville, Sout ..-nic .no Karre; also a few runs of d r,TJ,"na Vhunks; James Keller, c. - . ' 246H2 BALED HAY iND STBiw"Pniiciip. len. All.n fi 7 Zi.'"Z 'i,le c,ly; v- f'i -, joi-i. i:4biizi MAKKED UUN HAT.r 111 . 1 I..:. liiik rum . . j . 1 - 1 1 " -- . . , -, 1)A -.' ' irwn manuiactureii oregs mversme Mont. Co., Kaiamaoo, iwirn. ana i.5 a pound: poetagi , V "I'wrs; write ror samples: WANTED Men devote spare time selling J'Sm-ony, MaineL 241UI guaranteed trees, shrubs, pl ints : liberal i'imr.naiuiN LUMBER FOR SALE Alsd weekly pay; if you mean business write boxing boardi, prices right: F. E. DownJ for territory, N. Y. Guaranty Nursery, Rochititer, 2Mt27 GOVERNMENT WANTS HUNDREDS railway mail clerks. ! 35 month, list posi tion free, write Immedistelv : Franklin In stitute, Dept. 490 L., Rochester, N. Y. 263126 $i0MONTir' AVT5RAGFRAILWAY MAIL clerks, hundreds wanted, list positions fre". write immediately: Franklin In- Ing, phone 144-T. fOR SALE--T-vo o.aMiJli r,. T'-,.f.i 232t of l.hent, BelKium, being very tired operators put into parliament, and the of working all day and every day in a j king felt that he needed his experience shop decided that lie would break loose j jn adviBory counsel. The point is and see the world. So he set out, J this: Anseele is not a millionaire. tramping it, working in one place ; jf vou wnt to t(e 8 millionaire, don't long enough to earn his expenses toj,thcr to read anv further. But An the next town or city. In this way j SP(,ie for the purpose aforesaid, at the office of the Tilde Shoe Co., In the City of Harre, in aid district, on the 10th day of February and 6th day of July next, from 9 o'clock a. m. until 8 o clock p. m., on each of said ' 'I .... - n A it.. - .. . U - I ,k. fi.U -I.... Meanwhile, Anseele is minister of ;of January A. D. 1921. is the time limited by s.ikl court for said creditors to present their claima to us for examination and allowance. Dnled at City of Barre this 15th day of j January, A. D. 1921. ARTHUR C. TILDEN. . , - jv. - iifw Km water . i. . stone sne use. one has never been used, price, low I apply to Beck A Beck, phone 652-W. 222t4 HEMLOCK PLANK FOR RATH! ,. 1 hv '-lt here In Barre about fortjf '"""" onr two-inch hemlock plank anyone interested telephone H. G, Bennertl 157tf lalmr in the Belgian cabinet. The co- "F" care Times office. rnp r a i"v a rr r; 1 r- irivrrn I I. . - n pre pa ration lor eleaTllna "Jr?J...TH:'rr ..IMm"' -i' rni marble monuments: brighten "1 ""e auuii una one gin jo years ui nn tn, lert.Hn nrl ,.1, .v. .J ozctAt ' mml ,0?,k r'",n nw- grarsnteed : price! 256t4 on appllratcm? Jimia R,,iu,..n in r...i'i WANTED - Girl or woman for general street, Bsrre. Vt I8tf housework in family of two; writ i-n . . fi - age; address J. E. Vance, GroUm, 254tf INJURED IN RUNAWAY Sues, Alleging Doctor Burned Wife With X-ray. Kutland. .Tan. 17. A damage suit 'in which Burton C. Dean of Mount Ta lmr seeks to recover $10,000 from Dr. Walter (J. Hodsdon of this city ha been filed with the clerk of Kutland county court and property of the de fendant has been attached. The plain tiff ask for damage for the alleged Ions of the service of his wife, who. he claims, was seriously burned with an X,-ray machine while undergoing treat ment with the doctor in November, filf. The case is one of alleged malprac tice, the defendant supposedly being an expert in the npidicat ion of this fpecial treatment. An effort will be made to show that Mrs. Dean, in her Intense suffering due to the burns, was committed to the Brattleboro asylum. Mrs. George Howland, South Vernon, in Team Which Collided With Auto. Vernon, Jan. 17. Mrs. (Jeorge How- land of South Vernon was injured in a runaway early Saturday morning, when the wagon in which she was riding, with her husband and Arthur Mack, was run into from the rear bv the Northfield, Mass., automobile transfer carrying a load of young people, frightening the horse, which ran. One of Mrs. Howlund's arms was broken. The accident hapirened about 1:30 a. m., .the occupants of both vehicle be ing on their way home from a dance in the grange hall here. The team was owned by Wallace Clark, for whom the (lowlands work. The horse ran to th Stockwcll place, about an cignin oi a mile away. X lie wagon was damaged beyond repair. given her eczema : a bov who carried bales of the rloth on his shoulders who complained that the dust from the bales had given him the same dis ease; and a very large number of women stitchers, whose duties com pelled them to handle and sew the cloth continuously, who were suffering with inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eyes. Analysis of the dust showed that it contained a some cotiHideralile figure in he finally reached England, where he ; Belgium. He had made the most of worked on the docks of Iindon and 1 j,i8 opportunities, all of which he has co-operative movement. load ships. : , hM prfat influence, but all of his Now, this boy tramp, whom most re-1 inflU(.nce rests on the good that he spectable people would have looked up- has done in the service of hi fellow on with contempt, had a keener pair j In our co operative movement there of eyes in his head than most of his ; js perhaps more opportunity for a re ... L...t.i.. i' ' j...Tj,s-..,us nuns ptuuauiY nan. mm paple individual than there was for considerable gray matter behind them. anv individual in the Belgium move One day he saw a co operative store, mp'nt. e nm things on a consideia one of the Rochdale institutions. In- ' i.lv lnrirer scale ami for a man or worn- large percentage of chrome yellow and j stead of passing, and although he;n pf no-ial conscience; that is, one sulphur dioxide, (steps are now neingj had not a penny in his pocket, he went FINED $1 AND COSTS. Middlebury Man Charged With Illegal Voting Last November. Middlebury, Jan. 17. Albert L. Aus tin, nrroted last November, charged with illegal voting, was fined tl and costs, upon pleading guilty before Judge Dickens Wednesday. From the evidence, it is said that Mr. Austin did not in tend to vote illegally. NATIVE OF BRANDON. Lieut. Langdon, Shot By Sentry in Si beria, Barn in Vermont. Brandon. Jan. 1?. Warren Hector Langdon, who w;i reported in press dis. atilies as being sot bv a Jap sentry It ladivostoi k. SilH-na lig of Jan. 0, was 1 Hsrrh 10. 1SS, and lived here for a lumber of years, attending the public I'-IiikiIs here. He moved to "Massrhu ictts with h:s parcr.'.s when a young 'oy. He was chief engineer of the American rrui-er Albanv. Fire Damages MidJlebury Power Plant $20,000. Middlebury, Jan. 17. Station No. 9 of the Hortonia chain of electric pow er plants met with a $'20,0(H) loss by fire t their plant situated in Wey bridge jut over the line from this village Saturday. Just how the blaze started Is not known. The Middle bury fire department was called to as sist, but was unable to do any good as there are no fir hydrants near enough. Those who have been seciirin? elec titt from thep lant will be sup plied by other plants, which have a large quantity of it on account of the great supply of water. The plants ...... ii - . , , ia. on the morn -r" """";'"; " wiirn one is orn in Brandon "f. ,",mmi"""' th- other, help o,,t. i ne pianr recently limit at an ex pense of about ?200.()00. The losa is oered bv insurance. taken to reduce the dust hazard. In another plant, where a thousand men were working on machines, where they were exposed to largs amounts of "cutting" oils, superficial investiga tion showed that about a fourth of those examined were suffering from eruptions and other skin troubles. Nei ther the doctor nor the men had as cribed tfte trouble to the oils. ..Sim ple methods of preparing for work and of cleaning up at the end of each shift were prescribed and resulted in a marked decrease in the number of men affected. In another plant where cutting oils were also used in large amounts, the plant doctor said that there had been a good deal of skin trouble, but that it had suddenly disappeared some weeks before from some unknown cause. Investigation showed that it i had disappeared because the foreman, worried by the suffer ine of the men and their lessened production, had in sisted on their anointing their hands with vaseline More they went to woik and washing them with antiseptic soap at cloaine time. Skin troubles seem inside and asked questions. In a few hours lie knew as much about co-operation as would take a year or more to filter into the brain of an ordinary person. A year or two later he returned to his home town, Ghent, and worked in the textile mills. He joined the un ion. And all the time he talked to his fellows about Rochdale stores as he hsd seen them in England. Finally one one of the officials of the weaver's union invited the youth to give a talk on the subject to the assembled mem bers. He did, and when he got through the members not only voted him a res olution of thanks, but they made an appropriation of $400, which was a good deal of money to them with which to start a co-operative bakery, of which they asked Anseele to take charge. Anslee's bakery prospered, and thin who hates to gain advantage dishon estly, there is more opportunity in the co-operative movement than there is in private business. The co-operative movement in this country looms big in the near future. But more than any other social organization, trained and capable men and women are need ed to run its many enterprises and as fast as they are trained, it will move ahead. That is all that holds it back and prevents it from developing ahead. That is all that holds it back and pre vents it from developing into, the basis of our industrial system of to-morrow. Co-operation presents this wonder ful opportunity for social service to all alike. You don't have to be the son or daughter of a member of the board of directors. Of course, all can't reach the places of responsibility MALE AND FEMALE HELP WILLIAM H. HESSER. Commissioners. ! z.- -; z; -- ' r - . . JanlV-24-31 i t l.z.np.c ,men, womeni, over 11, lor postal , mail service. 1130 month, examinations 1 1 1 I January, experience unnecessary; for free particulars, write R. Terry (former civil service examinerl, 91 Continental Bid?., Waahiniruin, D. C. 256t3 HELP W ANTED Youni men und "women to take positions as attendants at the Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wa trbury : to those who desire, an opportunity offered to attend nurses' training r.urse: apply at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt. littf AITTOMORTLES DODO'E "TRUCK FOR SALE ScreerTTiooT" nrst-class condition, (rood as new, 1M9 model : run about 8,000 miles ; fisher Form. Bethel, Vt. jitf statement is that these bankers recog nised that they have their choice to make progress by revolution or by co operation. It is a frank and sane con fession. The Quarry Workers' Journal. New Kind of Ranger. Algie dtps this ad: "Stove Mount er Wanted For out of town position; good salary and transportation," etc. "Might le a good job for the win ter," says Algie. "Do you suppose that the applicant has to furnish his own a-bi-stus trousers!" Cleveland Plain IValcr. IWmt year! losrc Perrx 1 MISCELLANEOUS Make a New Year' resolution that you can keep chummy wtth durinir t course of the npt f w vms. Resolve that and leadership, but the opportunity is 'you're Koinir to buy some good suhstan ,!, T, . . . , ' ; tial real estate. If you do thia each New Year's day thaf follows will find you la a happy, property owning frame of mma. B. & M. Take care of your lunirs with B. A M. external remedy, also it is for all inflam mation : your druninat sells it for 7fie and 11.25. ' 25616 COAL CHEAP If you""ueI.ss-Knal, the a rest coal saver, a chemical discovery, dis solved in wster and sprinkled on coal saves from one-third to one-half on every ton of coat : sent postpaid. 25c snd 6ftc ; sua ran -teed or money refunded : Iess-Koal Co.. !M1 Tremont St. Boston, Mass. 255W " WOOLEN CLOTH For the hoys. MOTHERS, yon can cut down the HIGH COST OF LIVING on your boys' rlolhtar. We are selling direct from the MILL. Strong, durable cloth. Vice line of patterns to select from, suitable FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Write us for samples. ASnUEI.OT WOOLEN CO., GILSUM. N. H. DANCING CLASSES STARTED NOW Join anytime private instruction by ap pointment; call at 172 Main street, phone 1b-M. lsttf IIORSESANDVEHICLES Our Big Alteration Sale X5.01 Delivery Sleiirh now ..tfiS.OO tS5.on Comfort SleiE-hs now ..JS5.00 tH .00 Three-Beam Sleds t;w ffiO.OO $50.00 One-Horse Sleds now .$33.00 Everything Marked Down. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. COLTOX'S PLACE ?5Stt?ilreet Ja'v-itnelier. Vermont Stable and Strict Blankets Wide straps, pater:!, secure, ad justable fasteners. Priced to close at J3.50, $4.U. $5.50 and S.SI. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Ofnge Co. Telechnns wanted" WANTED Married man desires work, will. in to Invest $1,000 In .liable business to secure employment, sccul" and interest on investment; write to 'ft .P" Box 45. Webstervilie. Vt. 25613 WANTED Buy an'ythit7eIIa'n'jrthina ; rugs, sideboard, buffet, organ, chairs, gas range, bed, dishes, pajs, etc. ; see us ; what have you to sell ? what do you want to buy? Dan's, 325 NorVi Main St. 256t4 WANTED About " a pounds first class geese down; Mrs. I Uzie Manning, 19 Keith Ave., or phone 811 W. 256t3 WANTED-! A few table eoarders ; " 372 No. Main St., Barre, Vt 254t6 WANTED TO RENT OF liUY Small farm". wun or wnnoui equipreent, give Tun par ticulars in first letter; tiit to "D.," care Times office. 254t6 WANTED Position on farm or teaming good milker and teamster, single, state wages; Kenneth Cole, 81 rlummer St., Leo minster, Mass. 254t6 WANTED Copy of '"AT"" Land-of the Green Mountains." issued in 1913 by Pub licity Bureau of the secretary of state's of- .. -. A .Anjl...H . , . duality and in good condition; John F. Ben. A V rjvke. 205 SummeJ St.. BricLrewiiter.' Mass. . 25416' WANTED TO BUY WANTED A small and a medium sited cash register; Box No, 13, Cabot, Vt 253t8 WANTED TO BUY Subject to test, thirty new milch cows and nearby springers. Guernseys snd Holsteins. must be of extra iamin. Barre. phone 105-R. 20Stf POULTRY to be typical where cutting oils are i the society which he organized took up groceries, shoes, clothing1, drup and everything else a working rta. family DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens. Beautifies. Forced to Transfer Tuberculoiia Pa tients to the Eaat. All the hospitals and contract hos pital of the V. S. public health aerv-ii-e in the tmi-arid southwest are al rcitdv crowded with tuberculosis pa-ti-nt end the influx of other from the caitcrn tfltr Continue ao rreat j that the public health service ha been lurcci to iran-n r patient from. I uc son. Ariz., and other western ho-pital-to .uit.riiini near A'hville, N. ('.. and l-eInre in the et. Many illadiised patii-n's have of Mto th r"U?ed to Too i, unmindful f f un'ii at any quantity. How preatly the manufacturers as well a the men appreciate the work that the public health service is do ing in ahonn by two characteristic in stances. A young physician who had charge of the medical snd siirical re lief work of a plant, axked the public health service doctor how he could make his employers raise his $1200 a year salary. The doctor told him that he was already being paid 300 a year too much, for he was doing no more than the $Wm nurse who worked with him could do bv herself. "Study the needs of your plant," advised the serv ice man, "investieate the causes of accidents and of head aches and col-j ics; suggest to the management ways whereby. these may be reduced and the lost time saved; and see what will hup pen." Six months later the plant physician told the service doctor that he had acted" on the advice; and that his employers had doubU'd his salary in consequence. Still more illustrative of the value of preventive hygiene is the case of a high-pricef man, who at the insist ence of the vice-president of a large manufacturing company, resigned from the public health service, by which he, wa employed, in order to supervise the health of the workers in the com pany's factories. Later, the vice-president resigned; and the other officers, who had taken little interest in the health work, seriously considered drop-! pinp it. Thev broached the subject to the medical director, who produced his records and charts an.1 clearly Icm-on-trated how greatly accidents, ill-ne-s and absenteeism, and turnover of employe had been decreased in direct ro'i-e'jtience of his work. Not only did the company continue the work, but there. The rest depends upon the rn ergy, intelligence and capabilities of the individual. Join, study, kcp your eyes open and find your place. The mouthlv letter of the National needs. To-day, even after passing City bank of New Vork calls atten through the German occupation, it iation to co-operative enterprises, and Bl'Y THIS NOW ! WONT UK ON THE MARKET LONG! Farm on the road between Middlesex and Waterbury, about thrsr mllea from each vil lage:; will keep from six to ten cows; about 25 acres in fine tillage; large nuan- running over thirty store in the little goes on to say: "Progress along this j pay for the entire farm: sugar buh department way i. not so editing a by revel,.- rarr'. tion, but l is verv much more sure,': cow barn with tie-ups for un head, i . , . . 1 Good silo. With the fsrni, the owner wUI without being anywhere near so j Include fancy grade Holsteins. one extra: good horse, poultry, all tools, crops, etr. WANTED To hear fror. someone having farm for sale, one thH will keep 10 to 15 cow, young stock. tsm. wood, lumber. . .v. . a... i i v . rno cor n. r,J,. ,l.t MJ.. al r"e 10 i v... . " - " . 1.1 r arm, care limes oflic. 253W capacity, an extra good working machine. . . . --. --t??"1. price right if taken soon: phone J7-W or WANTr.I) rurnihed hated moms for call at 671 North Main St., Barre. 254t j housekeeping; address with particulars. j"M. R. Times office, 262tl2 WORK WANTED Man o-eires work of any ' kind. caibl in all lines; reply to "A," care Times office. 249tfi I diu' rrDa u'lxrrpn s. " v " . . i t.Kj , , v7 nr I ora prices, honest grading and quick returns; all shipment neki lu flsys. subject to re turn : hsve a large order for coon ; I can pay fancy prices for conn, mink and fox , FROM MILL TO CONSUMER city, with one central store that would not look small in New York city. Also, it run a big recreational center, a veritable palace, decorated by one of the best painters risky." The interesting thing PROFESSIONAL CARD i Prt, f 4i0.00 for even thing. It is hard to about this nn! better one man farm than this and the location la exceptionally good. Now to j the time to look Una over when york la quiet DR. EDWIN F. IIEININGER bowlas'd bldc. SURGEON DENTIST PHONB J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Practice limited to Dtoeasea cf Infanta and Childrea. OfTk-e hoars : t to 10, I to 4, T to t. and by appointment Room II. Miles Granite Block. Tel. Mt-R. FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER BUItDINQ. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment the fait thut every tiia, i;ne i tilled ami exi rr hotel and leinlinir hoiue oercrowded. More than ."HM tiberrii1.j subject in Tllrson are unaMo t i fil l entrance tn a onatori- I , , , , . I thev prolt,nly yoted the rl'Ktor a thol. li'-ital nej in . , Mill. p.-rt IF MOTHERS ONLY KNEW !?-.- tr tbv inr hw TTny iHrrn nr? BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS LARSON and WELLS ARCHITECTS and ENGINEERS HANOVER. N. H. ll jMVifT ill; r iilw k ill ll PERRY & NOONAN t-'NEXCTLLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulaatt Berries Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers DesxH Square. Barre Tel. connection. S-j.Ay.ife3gwy'TrrviJ W. H. G00DFELL0W PIANO TUNING HEADQUARTERS FrVR RELISM E PHNOS PLAYER PIANO, t.t U VlrTHOI.AS. SOIVOHA H1.K1NI1 MA t HiNFS, RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC Leave orden at Ccsxlfellow's J.i o. Barre. Phones: Store. ; u . i V Discount Sale In our January Sale, we are giving a 20 per cent dis count for ca.h on many of our goods. Come in and let us show you. Lec & Clara B. Short. Marthfield, Vermont Woolen Cloth SUITABLE FOR MEN'S SHIRTS WOMEN'S DRESSES AND CHILDREN'S WEAR Send for Samples and Trices Little Woolen Co. North Montpelier, Vt if fine quality ; Vt a L. 6'lver. Plainneld. 247tf HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Furnished mom. all modern conveniences ; O. N. ftianger, IS Mer chant street. 284tf TO RENT Tenement of six roomsT bath! electric liarhta, hot wste etc. ; inquire of O. D. Shurtleff. 829 Nort Main St. 216tf TO RENT Two rood tenements, one of six rooms with hot water and bath, one of Are rooms : Dr. O. O. PtV-kney. 216tf TO Rr.NT Upstairs tenement at 4 East street, rent 112: G. I.. Woodworth at Candy Kitchen, phone 17-M. 176tf TO RENT-Tenement at S? Merehsnt slreet, also four t-nements on Villey street all ia flrst-clses shape: modern improvements; Geo. W. Mann. M Wellinrton str.wt. i.'lf Telephonj 369-W, Barre, Vt. 0'JiT f'lttrn in th tout h pit re-1 rcm r!;' n'r hnh. frrihnr-. iton- i-rjHifi i, n-rm i nmmine ifmn ? fn h v rTiin.- J-.n-t f iihrfiili patent l.-ftiiue .r.-ti..n mlirr t!i Cf.rnvnfrt i, 1,f. 8W wiling- It .irf rn t'.rir oti in it ijitu. rh tprajS nA lrrrulr bowrl. If moth er- kBf htt Mf'hr r,rT' JSwr P'nJ--n would do for fhir hildrn m- . i'tr v-'H-'d rrr h vi'rViut lh-nt- TS- fo-df r r o fif r n rWint to 'aki rd o 1frrir in ihnr oti thut ! S- rm f fmrf om thm 1 r t -41 ot 't -A-tr. PR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BI.ANCHARD BLDG. Phones: Olffe. 76S-W ; Res I dene. Tot-R. i;stf DR. II. H. HUNTER CAGE "& GAGE ruiRorn actors Hours; Mndav, Wednradar and Friday to 11 a. m . 3' to p. m. ; Tuesday.' Thursdsy end Satur.tsv. 1 lo I p m Mont, peli-r: Momisr. Vedndsy and Friday. 1 vt a p. m. .- i uesoay. i nnrsnay aad Satur- I day. 10 to 1 I'a. m. i BARRE, VFRMONT fhone i-W H North Ms in Street A feTr ccit, l,is "lljn Iat'SS " 4fVr few i plnii i roil rannt CM a I fcV n Va r r any !n Ir-i-T. I ! ; erry la r riw if-. :c;or, r m -.. r- le r .-r r,d al un liw. -Ad. 11 rl.it. liirrn 1 -.V, t alxi - 0yj- rt Atta ned. attcn j njj y.iur Broa ar 1 ; rtz i f.vin up. f" 1 rr v l r 're same E'.- b Trtri.U r!v.' Iti't Tve im wopilf rful'r." 1 HfOLDS DR. A. II. SMITH Osteopathic Physician St a KITH AVrxi j; Offlce Cse4 Saturday PIANO TUNING B ARTHI R RE.F.D ' POX 15. TELEPHONE Zti-R. JJONT i I FLiF.R -Li.e roe at Bsjley s MiatM Bam. Tel. Ms-W. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Room S. Mi'm Ruildlec Teerhie 1 onerT s j OFFICE nrtl'RS: a ir ta 1L' m. aad 1 - I ( itordsy. Tv-s-y. TVursday and Fny . WE ALWAYS HAVE " ! Just whet you are tank ng tor fa U line ef jewelry, silverware, cut as. etc. Aaw ts-rery. Out sated and rtork rrpair work aroar- ' anted. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler I 4 Fl.M 5TRFFT CLZ AGENT FOB BOSTON AMEKICAN" Barre City Fire Loss for 1020 is ...$15,130.75 This office paid $13,716.40 Insurance is a business of loss paying. Our old strong companies pay them, too. i I 1 1 LOST AND FOUND LOST Black -hephtrd dov, collar without f nam. rlci iniormtion Tewardra ; Mm. W. J Grave. Waitafieid. Vt, &4tf LOST Hrtwren Arioli V Dcnt fjothin tore and John GnrTin'a trr on Korth Main atrert an inuranrc arnt wllt ron taimnir a larir aum of rf-rwy and applira tjona; th" afirmt ia mpotwihJ to th rom tanr ; will flndr piaa r.rn to the Mtrrw Hi!tn Iiuaranrf Co, nfTte. 4tf AGENTS W.4NTED A'OENT - MANAGER." We' msnufacrure the beet fine estinaTji-he cn the rcarke far sunerinr U $10 and I'd types, sella far IJ. offenna; wonderful rrtu'Tis to aernts. ajrent-ir-snseer wanted ia Bsrre: Ports mouth Products Comrany, rortsmouth, N. H. 2f.ft LIVE STOCK FOR SALE FOR 8AI.E-AI1 tested. head cow., heif ers, steers, oxen, pair X? rhnm calv-.. wdB one or ail ; C. A. Keed. Maifeneld, VI i-t J.W.DILLON EstakBsM I ML fols tie tuxk. .asu, vehmont Tlie happy little DKtal i ll r welder, s'ni; nj hitl at hene theT di p'xsl i welded br lis has the mcndi r of All mir men their work x.rk. Metal trenclh an. I duraliilitv of the otiiial. otne and watch thrn rL, if you like. It' m't iiiter-t int. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main SU Barre, Vt. ANNUAL JltETING The annual mcetinr f the atw-VhMders of the Quarry 8aln rank and Trust ('mr.any will fe held at tre hankinr rtynmm of said hank in the City of Harre Ver mont, on Tuesday, JanuaJ lth. I9J1. at 10 D'cVrk a. m.. foe the election of di rectors f'r the ensuinar year and for the tran rtion of any other hjsinees that mar properly come before sa:t meet in. t. .M. e ji.i r. I , erreiary. Barre. Vermont. IVwemtier 2, lj. jaa'ii lis! rtiC"C5CjTpj';.isns:ii-;atDMvyJ