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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921.
ABOUT THE STATE Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. i The consummation of federation be tween the Methodist and Congrega tional churches in Benson is progress ing rapidly. The annual meeting of the Sons of the American Revolution will probably be held at Montpelier early next month. It te expected that Admiral Mayo will be the speaker of the occasion. The Vermont Silk company in Brat- TERRIBLE CASE OF E EAST MONTPELIER czbu Prominent Veterinary of Dover Suffered Tortures for Twelve Years FRUIT.A.TTVES"and"Sooth Sa!W Finally Brought Relief Dover, N. H. "In 1906, I began to be troubled with Eczema. It started on my facs Scarlet Fever Expoaure Very General, Having Run Month without Diagnosis. The VT, J. Boisvert family were quar antined on Thursday on account of scarlet fever. Some member of the family has been airing for a month or more, and the well ones havo been do ing business in different places. Who can tell how far this disease has been carried before it was found out what the reul trouble was? The End of A Perfect Day tleboro is receiving orders in number j d graJua,ly s read Tha second i jcvertl we and regularity now that warrant re- ' , , T ; to the hosi opening the factory Monday.' The I Summer, I was so badly afflicted I to J parent mill at Athol, Mass., which has been closed since Dec. 13, was re-opencd this week. ' B. O. Slado appeared in Bennington municipal court Monday to answer to a charge that he had imported cattle into Vcrmftiit from New iork state with out first obtaining tha necessary per mits from the state agricultural com mission. He pleaded guilty and was fined with coBts, (Fij0.65. A horse valued at $400 and owned by A. A. Dunklee of South Vernon, was killed 1 hursIav afternoon when a load of lumber tipped over on it. The ac cident occurred on the mountain road between the Blanchard, Gates & Wood ard mill and the South Vernon rail road station. Levi Palmer, the driver, jumped and escaped injury. Oscar F. Harvey, one of the oldest members of the Vermont Bar associa tion, being 87 years old, died AVednes day at his home in Concord, after a three weeks' illness. Mr. Harvey was born in St. Johnsbury, studied law in Lyndon and after practicing the pro fession for a time in Iowa, returned to Concord, where he had since resided. The Sherman family of Wallingford presents an interesting fact in that the combined ages of George Sberman, his brother, Russell Sherman, and their sister, Rachel, are 2fi4 years. George was born Feb. 2, 1B21, Russell Feb. 5, 1833, and Rachel Jan. IS, 1835. The brothers live in Wallingford now and the sister in Sedgwick, Kan. Rusell Sherman at one time represented Wal lingford in the legislature. had to lay off work. I would keep my hands tied up at night to prevent digging into my flesh while asleep. I spent hundreds of dollars In seeking relief. I would go for several months without trouble and then the Eczema would break out again and I would be In for a siege of suffering. My hands, especially across the knuckles, would be so puffed and swollen I could not do any obstetrical work or operations. It was about three months ago I chanced to read an ad. of 'Fruit-a-tives' about a person being cured of Weeping Eczema by using this remedy and 'Sootha Salva'. I bought both and in about a week, noticed an improvement. I have now used two boxes of 'Fruit-a-tives' and one of Sootha Salva' and am entirely froo of Eczema. My flesh is clear and Bmooth and I am that gratified with the result that I cannot proclaim too loudly the merits of these remedies". E. N. OLZEXDAM, D. V. M. Both remedies are sold at 60c. a bos, 6 for 2.50. At all dealers o. pent postpaid by FRUIT-A-TIVE: Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. Mrs. Cathleen Keilson Vanderbilt and Sidney .Tones Colford, who were married in Xew York City Wednesday afternoon, each hatiti'j secured a di vorce from their former hubmd and Jrife. have spent the last two summers in l'utney, Mrn. Vanderbilt having tak en a long-time lease of a parcel of bind and erected a bungalow thereon. Both have been prominent in' Xew York society. Rev. Fred S. Smith, n.'itor of a Bap tist church in F.at Ha verb ill, Muss., a native of Brandon and pastor of Baptist churcho in Wet Brattleboro, Wallingford anil Wist 1'awlet, in Ver mont, died Jan. 17, after suffering Jjreatly since July 1, 1017, when he was strirken with partial paralysis in the praver room of the lvu.it Haverhill church tthile conducting . a service. band, a kind and genial man and leaves a wide circle of friends. Besides his nephew, Harland T. Mid ter, he leaves two own brothers .Harvey C. Hiirris of Monrovia, Cal., and Her ey (.'. Harris of West Brattlehoro, and one sister, Mrs. Amelia Pratt of West Brattleboro; also seven half-brothers, Daniel W. of West Brattleboro, Her bert of Brattlehoro. Alfred W. of Bostnn. William of West Brattleboro, Frank R. of Millers Falls, Mass., Wal lace A. of West Brattleboro, and Julius K. of Shellmrne Falls, Mass., and one half-sister. Klizabeth M.. wife of K. E. tiobie of Brattleboro. Harry Dudley is still confined to his bed with rheumatic fever. Hopes are entertained that his recovery will he more lasting as. Ins strength re turns H. C. Chappell, who lias been ill for weeks with scarlet lever, went pital iriday for treatment m hopes to improve his general health. Merl Benjamin, who has been having a run of scarlet fever, lias auffored a relapse. He is still confined to the house, but at this writing is said to be improving Harry G. Townscnd and wife were in I'lamfleld rriduy. Philip Bean sot a fine fox Friday on Hartlett hill, 1'lainneld Mrs. Joseph Bero of Montpelier Rnd her daughter have returned to their home. Mrs. Bero was a guest of Mrs John Bond and Miss Bero visited Mrs. Walter Clark during their stay in town. John Gallison was in Barre on busi ness Saturday Mrs. W. L. Clark was a visitor in Montpelier Saturday, E. R. McDonald of Plainfield was in town Monday on business. H. J. Slaj ton and Dr. Barr of Barre were in town Monday. Iester Lang was called to Monroe, N. H., Monday by the illness of his brother. G. R, Andrews of east hill, Barre, wag in town Thursday. Irene Mayo has gone to work at Harry Colburn's. Mrs. L. P. Young and Mrs. H. C. i Happen were Barre Friday. business visitors in i 1 1 mrz: Three Lines for 25c ' . rif.. FOR SALE The Times will publish Wants. tt and . "" A";-Fur et. irood condition, pric Found. For Ral.. TV, t..t etc. short adver- "icnt . 4. Lantern Ave, phone iil-J. ; tfsementa - at the rat of three lines foj . .. 2sS twenty-five rent for the ft rat Insertion and J,AY IOR SAIEMorrison Farm. 2T6,tj V" -"""I"'" if"" Bi.r.-MBl fox hound. S years old . -- - : rl tartir aiir (rood slayer, price riKhtj HTTP VVANTTFIl MATE 'Frank Mai, 44 Ur.-wk St. or iphon. 734. WANTED AT ""ONCE Manor boy for farm PAT'ER MILL KELTS " 'M' .a.;-l: nn.l training i It. L. John0"; children'... aannenU. woolen blanks Wet rbury, Vt. K69U' ond all household needa. heavy and lifhl MAN TO BELL GUARANTEED SHRUBS. 100 rwr cent pure wajshahia wool, sent parcel rtu, trtn, plsnts, wwkly ny. pcrm.i- "? our Maine mill, Sic per pound, ncnt, write now ; Barry Nursery Co , 'dth:, al,nut wn pounds per Jaw fteheMrr, N. Y. 269tl !?'""k't: Pontiac Woolen Proiu:U, 8 East WANTE&-e!i.We.-n--tMt".-di.trl.-t t(R - - 267t4' Buntrintendent and book orders for fn'il j , , u'', '"mt more of that dry saw. and ornamental trees, roses and shrubbery, .""" f'lr fceddinjr. ero a few loarls t alro nnr:iite sub-nnents, exclusive trritory. ul waste for firewood that was put undi pay weekly, apply at once: Fruit Growers' C?vr ln"t f:tll ; at the upper mill of th NurBerira. Newark, New York Suite. idStl """"n Lumber Co.. phone 3'j7-21. 267t3 WANTCD Reliable man to act as district FORSALE Block and second Vrowth Vreeii superintendent to book orders for fruit delivered at Graniteville. South and ornamental tie, roses and shrubbery an Barre: also a few runs of dry phons 263t6tl v. ..... : i WANTED Six men that are Rood to work c. p Kobinson, 5 Academy in the woods at the upper mill of thu ,"rl'1'' , 256tl Nelfon Lumber Co., phone 307-21. 27tS FOR 8,LE D-y wood and also ehunkwond : WANTED Men devote spare time" ".elline ' lePhon -M. , witi s-uaranteed trees, shrubs, planta : liberal . OR hALE Beets, carrots and turn pa, fl.Ofl weekly pay; if you mean business WTiM ?r bushel ; cbhae 12.00 per hundred lbs. for territory, (iuaranty Nursery, Rochester, 'lelivered; don't order by the peck, but buy N. Y. 2527 by tht bushel, and iret first class irnods al O V E RNMENT WANTS HUNDREDS -ph, oy,, j ' " R F. D. 2, railway mail clerks. tt5 month, list posi- 1 uunn SALE All-wool knit , ,!! .,y;itldirert frn manufacturw, 11.20. 1 70 and $1.05 a pound: posts paid on s orders: write for samples: H. A. PHrtlett Harn-ony, Mauls. 241t3 PIMFNSrON"'" LUMBER FOR RALE Also boxlmr bord prleea riirht; F. E. Down. Ing. phons 144-W. titit and ornamental tvei, roses and shrubbery ana Barre: also a few runs c and eniraKe sub-airents, exclusiv territory, T,'r?;,"nd dry chunks: James Kellcy, pay weekly, apply at once: C. H. Weeks 2 Nursery Co.. Newark. New York state. 26tl , FOR SALE Small drandplano "in turns fre. write immediately: Franklin In stitute. Dept. 490 L., Eochcster, N. Y. 2o3t2C HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED A housekeeper in a family of ons, state wajrea in first lrttpr ; R. W. Carpenter. Box 36, firoton, Vt. 268t8 WANTED A middle apred " housekeeper in family of one, two murs from Barre HWLOrjC PT.kKTT rnn ot i T ha tn stock here In Rarre about forty City: W. A. Smith. R .D. 4, Barre. phone th "T " u 6SU'! ! Tr,,"","r' reet flry two-fnrh hemlock plank: t J. v;r-w - . n',nn,! Interested telephone H. G, Bennett .wu wrxMi, ur; hump. nvnrv ; iK-t experience jnnccpfiAry. every thlnir lur n i. bed, send "If addiwRrd, Btamn en vlor for fre particulflrs; Bon-Hon. rppdymnkcrs Co., Broad St.. Philadelphia, Pa. j69ti FOR SALE A nrensratinn far r1ntn trrnnite wnr, mrri!e moptium-nts i britrhtefl u'nviw nn r.TPT. WAKTFn rp trner.! "''V. T"?1" "n? mnnm tnt wtioi wonut "u"1"' - - - ' . ---- - r. - rnril r nrv ann atn rf . WHAT IS A VIXAMINK? STOITE NEW BILLS IN LEGISLATURE. Mr. Wichart Introduced (By Request) Bill on Compensation. ITou-p I-2. By Mr. Sfowoll of Wind ham. By ropialin)f fri M nt law relat ing the poll taxc, thi net rreaten new law providing for a flat rnte poll tx of'.3 for man and woman alike. Kc- Mrs. A. J. Magorm attended the fu neral of her giafer, Miss Myrtie Gcorjje, at .uornstown corner. Friday. .Mr. Mapoon i confined to the house by ill -news. Hiram M. Mott of Pyractioe, K. Y., formerly of Stovve and" a brother-in-law of Mrs. Abbie Pike and Mrs. Kmma Potts, has had a shock and was takpn to a hospital, where he via slightly Improved Wednesday. High School Notes. The senior clao will present the comedy, "She Stoops to Omntior," in five acts. Friday eveninjj, Keb. 4, at the auditorium. Thi play is an eight eenth century English piny and ap propriate' costumes will be lined. Cat of characters: Sir Charles Marlow. i bI compound Clifton Stafford; younu Marlow, Ed win Peterion; Sipilre Hardcastle, Rob bcrt Cleveland: (leorire Hatinp, Gor don (Jake: Tony Lumpkin, Donald Douglas; Di)ftrory. Flovd Sears; Rocr. Allison Pike; 'Dick." Morton Bull; ThU Question is Still Perplexing to Chemists. Just what i a vitamine? Thi ques tion is still perplexing chemist, ac cording to a recent article by Dr. Ath erton Seidell of the public health aerV ice, in the current number of the Jour nal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. Those elusive substances have been found necessary not only as other tissues. Others relcpste them to the "catalysts," those strange sub stances which have been aptly defined as "chemical parsons," as they accom plish the chemical union of various substances without beinjf themselves effected. Many think that they are derived originally from plants, and one well known scientist states that they are always present in natural food stuffs instinctively consumed by men husk was eventually supplied, the dis ease was prevented. Lack of both the other types of vitamine remit in a gradual waiting away. Thm, in the case of the fatsol uble vitamine, is accompanied by blindness and often by lung trouble, but the wasting process is more grad ual, as the system subsists for a while on its reserve store of fat. Apparently the slowness of science in aolving this vital problem is largely and animals. At nrfrsent. three tvnes of vitamine ! due to the fact that the scientist felt dictarr factors but even for the pro-! are known to exist: The water-solu-1 a natural ncsiiation at atiriDuung ais- longation of life. Their exact nature, I " variety, lounu in miiK, yeast ana trc m mrii-ijr a mis., uiiru vu however still remains a mysterv, j other substances; the fat soluble ones, nite disease germs, about which so though much lias been 'discovered oon-j w hich are present in butter and egg much has been discovered in recent cerning their effect on the hitman svs-1 yolks; and a third class designated as years. ... . tem and tfc? general benefits conferred "antiscorbutic," which is found in a J In summaming the present situa bv them. For instance, experiments number of fresh vegetables and fruits 1 1'0". Dr. Nel.lell says that al have proved that animals can live in-, and also in the outside husk of rice, i though many attempts have been made i.bck or tnese necessarr iowi conoiit- ' ' . , - , - 1 tients results In various ills scurvy. en successful and our knowledge of definitely on a diet of mills alone. But supply all the constituents of milk separaeclv -proteins, fats and salts, in fact, all the known food clement and the animal wastes away and finally dies. Several theories are held in regard to this problem. Pome scientists In cline to classify vitamines as struct truer ur- of living tissues, function along the same lines as the carbohydrates, beri beri, and other diseases In fact, the importance of the anti scorbutic factor was discovered purely accidentally, as a result of anepidem ic of bcri-beri among the rico eating eastern nations after modern milling methods obtained in these countries and the surface aver of the rice was removed. When an extract of this tills Cln still lirnitcr) physiological therefore. itirely to the v produce. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE housework for family of 1hreft no wash- Z T sX,t Z I.m 'a!Tn?J ill P.'Jv imrs: Mrs. C. H. Minott. Montpelier. rdmn. , rJt SMinn, 114 Part MATD WANTED ForBenersl housework. A TTmTATJTT PCS nrivate family, small house, references r. 1 .-. ' - V "" ' Lif.n ; nulred: Mrs. II. L. Hillman, 4 Parkway. FOR SALB Two-passenirer Overland road. Hanover. N. H. 25t tr. mtl go. an in mod order: In. WOMAN OR GIRr; WAVTED-For"(renral qulr9 at Baokus' Cannre, Waterbury, Vt. housework in small family, no eooklna- i - . .-. 6t; apply by letter to "X.," care Times offire. DODCE TUUfK FOR SAtE Serwi body; 262tf "t-clsss condition, (rood as new, 19U WAiitKrC'rabi.-rJrl ana-VhchJa-alri t:,! bou ": flher Fsnn. the V-Unvg, 28 School St., Montpelier. j . ; . V tZ-r iT-ONrFAn-erieneed2! HORSES AMI VFmCT,ES " to wait on tsble. sni! attend to store trade. : WORK WAfiON B A R5 A INS We ha vncA waires and steady job ; apply to Pierre three low down work waeens with two. A Clark, Montpelier, Vt ZS9tf inch Concord axles, three-Inch atoel tires, WANTED CapM srtr1 for Wnersl hoii"- ' h?T" bw'n mvi. tut two month., for work : Mrs. E. K. Ptes, 85 College St.. ! J?1" " Mrffnin nriccs ; Strong Mr- -r, Montpelier. phono RST-W. Z59tf , CftBurlmwtnn, Vt. r,t3 Uur Big Alteration Sale Our sto-k must he moved to make room for the earpenters. Come and share the oanrslns we offer. Every thing Markfd Down. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. Colton's Phie MStat Street Mon.'!.T. Vermont WARM WATER for the rows. It pays: Do not ask a srood healthy eow to drink Ice water and to sriv. you in return a pail full of warm milk. Warm uo their drinkin water and se MALE AND FEMALE HELP HET.P WA1VTED Yonn mn hM w.-mrn to ik posit'nii p nttnr1nU lit lh Ver mont State Hnr'itJ.l for the Innan nt Wm- trburr : to tho who Hesirv, nn opportunity offrd to iitttnH tnininif r'Kirn: pply at Hapitat. Wterhurr. Vt- I9ti . MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE Automoblie paintlnir : indications point to an early spring: have your ears and wairons painted now and he rndy for snrini: Henry Boslry. painter, shoo 43S now quickly they respond. North Main street, rhone 6D3-.I MADAME t,r.'oM"Vn'!t Celebrated C CarH sent nr. I. Williams Por' 267UO WOOT LOTH RESISTED PICKETT'S CHARGE. arney T. Pratt of Brattleboro Was I Also a Prisoner at Libby. Brpttlrboro, .Tftn. 20. Barney Fred erick Prntt. 7S. a veteran of the Civil war, died yesterday in his home on Spruce street, after a lonjf illness with hardening of the arteries. He bad been confined to his home since last May and had been unconscious since Mon day. Mr. I'ratt was born in Xewfane Sept. 28, 1S4.1, a son of Asa and Mary (Sun ders) Pratt. When 11 years of ape he came to Brattleboro and entered the employ of Asa Miller A Co., carriape builders on Elliot street. lie was em ployed there at the time of his enlist ment as a private in Co. C, lflth Ver mont repiment. Althouch only a lit tle more than nine months in the sorv iiv,, Mr. I'ratt served as mounted order ly to (iencral Stotijjliton. was a prison er in I.ibby for lfl days and fought in the battle of fiettysbur. On the niiflit of March P. Iti3, at Fairfax court house, Mr. Tratt, General SUmphton and 2.T others were taken prisoners HUiims that foil tax lists-shall be j Thomas, Lyle Spanldinf; St injro, Ches mailo up before the 10th of April and ley Stevens; Slanp, Floyd Sears; Mu?- inaKes sucn taxos aeiinqueni auer.wie i jrms, Allison I'ike; t wist. I.vle Spnulil- i.'ith of April, thus providing for speedy election.' To taxation. House 12:J. By Mr. Wishart of Barre City (by renosrt ). By amending and repeul'iiy portions of the general law rt-lat intf to workmen's compensation, this net extends the scope of that law to iiflVit employes where more than te lire enquired (is ten now). It in-cresM-M the time of liability when death result. U also Increases burial allow ances, compensation, maximum com pensation period, bereft: to partially disabled nnd duration of compensation for les-er injuries. Alro makes the law applicable to onupat l-nal disease. To commerce and labor. 1 louse 121. I!v Mr. Xewton of Clar endon (by request I. Amends and re peals sections of t he general law, relnt inp to the sale of commercial fertiliz er and feeding stulfs. It defines such fertilizers, creates a more definite le- pal analysis required on labels further repulalcs tile posting of such labels and chsnsfes the license fee specifying more definitely v ho shall pay the same ; in the riixe of manuf:i t trers shippers, . importers, apenls and sellers. To apri cult ure. House 12V By Mr. Stimson of Rox burv. Technical amendments to section mir; Aminndah. Merton Hull; servant. Chester Morrill; postillion. Kdward Wi lls; pot boy, Kdward (Joilrey; Mrs. llardcastle, Beatrice Pike; Kate Hard castle, Mary Bailey; Contnnce Neville, Dorothy Bailey; maid. Hazel thil-es; barmaid, Gertrude Clark; farmer, Jjhn Poor. The first half of the school rear bar Inp ended .fan. 21. mid year examina tions were taken Monday, Tuesday an I Wednesday. Mrs. Hay ward has taken chartrn of the music for the rest of the vesr. The second teams of the S. H. S. and h. C. The score iMlf A. plsved at Srowo .Ian. 21. f was S. II. S. 10, L. C. A. . U by Col. Moscby and a squad of 2." j 7.-HV2 of the peneral law as amended picked men of his command. Mr. I'ratt was side by side with Henry H. Miller of Brattleboro in support of a battery at the top of the ridue when Pickett's wen made their famous charjje. He wa. mustered out with the regiment and immediately re-entered the em ploy of Asa Miller A Co. He continued bv N'o. 210 of the acts of 1H1. relating to the fees of town clerks. To judiciary. liou-e I2it. By Mr. Hosford of New ark. To appropriate the sum of .000 to aid tht town of Newark in improv ing a certain state road therein. To appropriation. House 127. BrMr. Bullard of Windsor. with that concern until S72. when he Amends wetion ;f,-144 of the general entered the employ of the Kstey Or- i laws, relating to armories so the state PATENTS Write ior Full Prtkulr and Terms HIGHEST REFERENCES bEST RESULTS PROMPTNESS ASSURED WATSON E. COLEMAN Patent Lawyer 624 F Stmt. N W Waskinytoa, D. C. THE FAMOUS SUDBURY MALT EXTRACT ABSOLUTELY PURE 1 ESTATE Or BEATRICE E. HEME.VWAT. The undersigned, havlne been appointed by ' the honorable probata court for ths district of Washintrton. rommtastonsrs. to receive. xaminr, and adjust th elaima and d- - For the Kv. "tPH. tii ran mt msnds of all oersor.s aicainst th estat of down ths HIGH 'T'T OF't.IVrNf! on your Beatrice E. Hemenway, lata f City of Barre, boya' elothU. W ars sellln dlrwt fm.-n In said district, darsased. and all claims the Mll.f.. Stroni. durshle cloth. KW eihtbiud in ofTset thereto, hereby aive notic in of patterns to select from, suitable FOR that we will meet for the purposs afore- ALL THK FAMILY. Writ us for samples. aatrl. at the office of the Tilden Shoe Co., in . the City of Ban, in said district, on th. I ASIIt KI.OT WOOLEN CO , 19th day of Kebiunry and 15th day of July GILPI'M N H et. from 9 clock a. nv, until S o'clork - a . J.' p. m.. on rh of said days and that six DANCINO CLASSFTS STARTFT. month from tha 17th day of January. A. D. Jo,n anytime Pn Instructlcn 1 v X2l, m the time limit.d by said court for T?,.nl7,fnt: " 1,2 Ma,n ,trert- P0""; said creditors to present their claims to us -l'K"M ',9U for examination and allo-anr. ; Dntd at City of Parr, this Mnd day) -rV"nc 11' t X'T-T-T-w of January. A- V. IK. I AGENTS WANTED ARTHUR C. TILDFV. I H. WILLIAM SCOTT, Commissioners Many users of water tank heaters felt n FAMOtTS that they pay for thmelvi In irtmi rfn. Fortune Tellins; lnrs by the increased flow of milk, in as -''t cr l.nn; J. snon a tim as one month. Can any milk "'or, Mass. ztDtzv prriucer anom to oe without one. Our tank heaters n verv hnaw ,M made from hiah rrsde iron. They have removable ash pan and fire pot. The prica is extremely low. Come and aee. MARSH-ALLEN CO. Orsne Co. Telenhxna 'rt cpecisllv low prices on n.. Drivinir harness. 20 id Frm Harness, with ' hr-echlnir. prices from '-ie ltsrht and heavy eta, S" " T l- -i.. Wo 'AGENTS Male ITB.00 "weekly seltina" 'jtuar- . F T 'Sir-ALLEN CO. Or.nw Co. Telephone HOUSE TO RENT Junii-UVtbi Price $1.35 the Jar With four ounces choice hops, $1.50 Sent Anywhere in New England by Parcel Post This Centpany (rempKea with all Pare Feed Law Send Check or Money Order Sudbury Malt Products Co. iuTmaTk?M9 Dept. P, 74 Sudbury St., Doston 14, Mass. Expert Typewriter Repairer Hiplily recommended. Two year' business record in town. Don't ex change your old typewriters for new ones. Have them overhauled by nie. Resultsas irood as new. Call for iL ERLICHT, At Flanders' Bicycle Shop, Barre. ir.cpoone srt-W. POULTRY FOR SALE A few Sussex pullets and cork ereis; E. Carleton, 21 Hihland avrniM. phone 44I-M. l'63ti Ksn rompanv, ani worked for that company over 40 years, giving tip work last March on account of ill lies 1th. He was twice married, ni first wife "was Hattie. E. Samuels of Prat tleboro. whom he married in 18i5. Mie died two years Ister. On" daughter, Laura, who survives, was tiorn. In MiS he married Clara E. Stookwtll. who died in 1SH.V Three children were born to this union: Arthur C, Clinton F., and Amy, wife of Ralph Moore of Brattleboro. Mrs. Moore is the onlv one survivinc Mr. and Mrs. Moore made their home with her father on prttee street. He also lees one half- brother, X..I le Tratt of Xewfane. and si' sister, Miss Fannie I'ratt of lirat-lleboro. iiihv spcMii .ll),lMl (: j:i.i.imkI now in Hnuinpjr cr buiiding' same. To mili tary. Jfew Senate Bill. . Srnr.te VI. Bv Senator Pana of Vah;nj'lon county. To amend section ti.tilT of t lie pi ncral laws, relating to iiiiii(i.ts. I'rn'ides that t;.' jiidjfe wIki Condiirta al inquest shall not be di- qiialitied trim trying the cause which was the subject of the inquiry at the imjneet. To judiciary. Extirpo Hair Tonic DEATH AT BRATTLEBORO. t ir ?--a Z." -Tl aV vcw KSV JseM --as-i.- Tasenger eerrire fr.at Beetea te Claaeew MASSILIA Mar. T N Vr te tse-s. tt,mrt AOriTAVIA..Peh. S. Fee. It, Ma, tl IMFFRATOR Mar. I MAI liKIAM Aet 7. May 12 New Terli te Lirenwel CABVAMA Mar. . Apl. 1. May 1 f AROMA. -Mar. 1. April IJ. May II K. A. Inert a J!sr. 21, Apl. JO, Jane 4 e WrV ts rHr- a f;lerT- tOI I whia. Fcb, l. Mar. Si. Ass. 21 ALGERIA Mar. . Apl. New Vera te Pirnwioth. Cberkeara;. Baaibarc 8AXOMA Mar. , Apl. II V Vera f Thrresarr. Londea ALBANIA (Nw ... leb. a. Mar. It George H. Harris. Aced 73, Had B?en III Seven Years. Brattleboro. .Ian. 20. tJeorye He Harris. 7.1. !i' had lied in the houe of Mrs. Ka O. IMI of Cans street! nearlr three- rears, died vctrrdav at I the Bel! home after an Illness of about , ,:e. irntifw,.., u, u chi'd.-en. do yrn ... 1 want a r!ea s ain healthy and lustrous cxen years with locomotor atava He rr r? ,f M. w -zrro" hair tonic. It had Wrn confined to his tied about , """f-s 'nr k-eoty ef your hair, which:' set en wmLk rre main ti o rwiin an.j p-rsrmai en-: TxV i - . n r3-rn e. It res-ivee the d,ad r..u which Olr. Harris was in te-t Brit- fc, rcrd ; functi.m Keep, the hair li tVlxiro, ,n. 21, If IS, tbe fifth .n of nttu'wl . dnetirrs the dandruff (He late Charles and Harriet iTl:i:t r- ! """ the mam 'w f all e--slp ttftu i, i- i i, t ; trewwes and eie new w. r-xtirpo is 1W Harris. On I-eh 14. he 'Imm. u.t frm. ani sofin. If Z fsme.I Ii. M lief. N. of h, e any hair l.-ft you are ,t,u ,n tin-e to Qt Bra Mb lww. and tber h I one r' t-erk wsi have lost. Oar well- tttfl. t i.r Vf..rfr,r,l ll.rr.. w h,. lit e.) "TW" . "" ""lr " " FOKEK.N DKAFTJs MONEY ORDERS By Letter or Cable England. Ireland, Scotland, Italy, France, PortutaL, Hol lard, Belgium, Greece. Cun.ird Steamship Co Ltd. 12o State St.. Boston, 1 Ur Loral Airrnu PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. IIEIMNCER BowtAKt, BLtxi. SURGEON DENTIST pBOV" J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. P ract Ire limited to TMseeses ef Infanta I ard Children. OnVe hours : t to 10. 2 to 4. i T to t, and by appointment. Ream If. Miles Granite Block. Tel 4S?-R- FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CLRRtER BCHWK0, BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC I . ROOMS ! HE K TO' ' A RTTRS FrtR !FIM1!.H PI VMS. PI .YKR PIAVOt, virrnoi.AS hiwra taikin; ma. ' CHINKS. REt ORIS. FHKET MUSIC i Telephon j 3o9-V, Barre, Vt. C. F. ROBINSON, M. D. ELECTIUCAL TREATMENTS Office Hours: I to I f , M. and by an. poinkn.nt. R.rnn 2. Milw Granite Block. Telephone TO!) R. PR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BI-ANCHARD BLDC LARSON ant WELLS APCHTTKCTS A . D Kr;!F.rFS HANOVER, N. H, PERRY & NO ON AN CNfxrr'.r rr ftnfimt.. rt'itvtsHiNcs Hrwrltal Amfci Isrnt frrrhrm Undertnlccrs nnd Licrrsed Ernbnltner? Depot Siuer. Ba-rt Tel. ernaertiou. 4JS W Barre City Tire Loss for 1920 is . . .$15,130.75 This office paid $13,716.40 Insurance is a business of loss paying:. Our old strong companies pay them, too. J.W.DILLON Cstakshee US. COLS TEE BLOCK, K A Kits VERMONT entsrd hcetery, we yuarantee 138.00 , TO RFNT At 4T Spauldine street, utwtaiie weekly full time, 75e an hour spare time tenement of six rooms, all moHern ron cvn i,.n-f I'inecwsary ; Pirfvctwenr HosU veniences. small arrrnen : Inquire at 28 Wit ery. Darby, Til (ml St, or phone 6M-R. "Vltt TO RRNT-Tenement of four rooms in the block. Smith Place. Manle Are., 110 a month, to MyI Smith Bros. 25tf TO IMVT At 40 r-rlt .tre. cJo-ensIr; trnm"nt ef Ave rooms and bath. hard, wood finish, furnace hat. small a-srden and rnrave, vacant Feb. 1st: nhone M-Y. ap ply 61 Elm St., or Barre Steam Laundry. 260tf TO BFKT Tenement of six rooma. fcathl etectrle llchta. hot water, etc. : inijulre of O. D. Shurtleff. H9 North Main St 216tf TO RENT- rr-tsirs tenement at 4' East atreet. rent $12: G. I.. Woodworth at Candy Kltch-n. nhona I77-M. ITStf TO RFNT- Tenement at ? Merchant street also four tenements on Wilier street, all tn flrst-clssa shape: modem Imnmvements ; Geo. W. Minn. R4 Vells'ton strt fjtf I ARE LAHO VALUES INCREASING- ? 4sk Perr ARE LAND VALUES IN CREASING ? Old Mother Earth Is rrom-irc richer every day. At timi- some pr,-rerties do idec-m.c suiciitiy in vslue, but tke it year ' in and y.-ar cut. every foot of land in the woni iK-eomej mor-1 vaiuaote. ii you are Icxkme for farm lands or a small rlace with land, or a h"iu.-' and lot we con be 1 nt n.ulsTHh't assitsnce to trmi. and a' I this tim! r have some n-cial!y aood i Gue-nseys and Hol-tein. melt he of extra I trail. Just a-ne: WANTED WANTED Cirl wants a place to' do wn. era I hoosewok n a eood family: Miss Fmma Reysh. R. I. 4. Parre. 2'Jtl WILL Bt'Y A FEW SMU T. WANK 'BOOKS on Barre Savinpa Bank Trust Co. from anyone desirinr to sell at a reduction .- write to "A., rare Times office. 26-ltf WORK' WANTFO-Wor-f-n wnnts Vnrk by the day er hour, either Montpelier er Barre; send answers to Lock Box 10. Bsrr, Vt. S60tl2 R AW Ft'RS W A NTFT We "ps y New York prices. honet a-niilinir snd onlrk returns 2 all shirm-n!s held 10 days, subject to re turn : have a larre ord"r for coon : ! ran si fsn-y prwea for coon, mink and fo nf fine quality: C. L. Silver, PlainAeld. Vt I47tf WANTED TO RUY WJ.VTFD TO BUY A stnve with too kA -Jr krjUina water; J. V. Bilodeau A Co. S7U WANTED TO" BUY Subject to test thirty new milch eows and nearby spnr.jrere. Jf lr orilv a l.Tilf more than a vrar M. Mr. Harr:. rl e.1 -pl. 1, 1&17. Mr. Harris tn en p! .r4 lr t!ic E'ey Orjran Co n. -e t.p 'rears. 3e a a iwmlf f te W'e.t rrat Sori Bjr-ti.t .kiiccS. .f .n--ri- t l .-e cj ti; !,.,,. mb4 ft the r?Y yr-q or- i -rr.t, w nj-rn rwripf it 4pn oid at M tjing aivm mn4 kkaicr 1 TrnT& I f THE KXTTEPO frRClALTT CO, Discount Sa!( ic Cfar. He i a deotei liu- Iii Nis-i Mate Street, Barre. VC TeL 5-J V, In our January Sale, we are jriving a 20 per cent dis count for cash on many of our good?. Come in and let us show you. Lee & Clara B. Shortt Xirth field, Ttrtaaat DR. II. H. HUNTER end GAGE & GAGE rnmnrR.ACTOR.s , TViiesJae s J t." . e.. J sa . ' r-l'-r: Mender. Hednerday and rnday 1 to t p. m : Tuesday. Thursday end Katiir. !y. 10 tr I ?. m. r.ARHC. VERMONT Paone M2-W 1 Strik Main Street DR. A. II. SMITH Osteopathic Physician H KEITH AV3.T.; OWce Clased Sstxtrdsys TIANO TUNING B ARTHUR RF-FD BOX 14S. TFLKPHONK iTS-lt. OVT KEJiER Isei.e orders at Beiley'a Mueie Harre TL les-VT. W. H. GOODFELLOW FI ANO TUNING Le-re orders at Ocrsf Slew's Jewelry Stna, rerr. t'boos : &-.ext, S'a-W ; H DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OnVe - Room , M le BviloUat TWe- bcPe Cesinertioai rtFTTCF FOI-Rt e. to I - m. see 1 -ee , a si a Mor-eay. Tiecktr. TYiMwday mnd FrvAay "we always have" Juet what ynxi a-e Ion in- for tw tae ltse ef Jewelry, sirerrware. ret r'aee. etc. A ma te-ioery. Our wattk ana clock repair ererk aw. rwd. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ! ?i fum tTrrrr 1 7 It SOLE ACEJTT Ft'B "'BOSTON AMERICAX" j SPweeje I II rMkMHWysm4MMajaaaal luniu. ot.Ir aboul IS minutn wmtk from f nrrni- of th crr.ntt? hH. No K?ttT Jnnd : in tht- ri-unty. pmvtur ran Imp plt-wH. TVl I 'place, by u:ntr a lummrr fiio, will krji W : yfo rv". is-itiirive m i tr X"wu, r- m -y i , win 1 1 j m-rd h4im anq fro htAmpnt barts. W hmv prMnT.1 trfTrrH a place whrrc th- rhan-e frf irH rxfu in .-alu ta tcrrtT, ard still l.ive a piintd hoinr Yru nt fnoi- artn-ular. i'r.cr tC.OOo.oo ; Urm fJ.O..OO i.ia.lity and fa rood condition; iamin. Parrm iibona 1 OS-It- John F. FARMS FOR SALE riarinit with fire is the daily tasli cf our killel l.lers With the white ht end of our out aeetylene torrh thcT ran take the touthest steel or brs ard mend it in a, jiffy. Se t.uie, tnnney, efTort and worry by doing jour weWing work here. A. .U FL,NDERS 207 North Main St Barre. Vt A F An idoJ pnultrjr or nrkt tivMin. witri rmm wtvid, two irovf hunt, dif nrar'.y nw built with th intMition rf f-.nihxtw it a hnus. th pronrty m ''rtF! in Hnrr City and only a w min nti' walk f'-om car Jin, rhanir f x-ruaa t'H rrnnn for Bcilinjr; phone K O. Tt- n. Yri Cft4t:e SALESMEN WAXTEr f A SEVEN-ACKK FLACK with houj. barn, ' hffl itur, sri.ra.vr, .tr., aU-l alout two i imlra from h city tn extra cood maraHam i rorl. fin- p.r for par.l.mnff, -mltry, , ' ajatr FrsC'" f 2,?"v A'Q and nrr ill in- I ... elude valuable clt if sold at once. i Ft'Nt'HFtO RD SI.F?MEN-:9 t-r rent i f eonimieixn, nwt c"prl.te Ime. THRFE ACRES. IlOfSF. AN"D BARN pcanut-swn m. hine rarnb. nation., errmtly atKHit iwe and one-half miles from the city. r.-luct. nutmrsra in rlasme bas: Burton. The owner mts-ht exrhamce for a bouse in , "-' """e Cr. ve, thiraeq r"!. the cit. cr will e!l neht. ; - HOt SE. BARN ANnHRPFX on main ! BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ' rm4 between Bsrrc ana M iiiismstcmn. two t .... miies from the city. Trice oniy I .'l.W. ; APVTRTISE Rste bwc msilr t t " ; Why pr rent? ; ;trn-lxrd Advertisina Afrnry, M Vvc- 1 ic- -t. !. r.n t;nni EIGHT-ROOM. STFAM IIEATFr HOI SE en fuicrn Ave., thai city, with . iext-e M. fcr er.'.y tS.K-: Would cost LOST AND FOUND ;r.car!y double te replace ttxiay. !FO!""t-ln opera house Wec:nefly niM a MOPERV HOt'FK on Marie A. with rhild s ktd elrrre ; cwnr can have at tn hardwood fl .r and enh Price ?.! i pfl-e by pwyirur for adver-tieine. with m payment of fsiea down. Jix nice - . - ro,ms. ssrsi-e. modern j,l umb.r.jr : has bom ksiut orly five years. j This m the best time you will hsie for eorre ywra tn purch.aee real estate. Buy sad watch the inrnaae is value. J. Ai ! I 1 1 f'"LT"""' 'i'If fisTtT-"'' """-"y I ff V-'WlL4t.'.a4,.l Ar.,, t