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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, RARRE, VT., TUESDAY", FEBRUARY 1, 1921.
ABOUT THE STATE Ilarpcn'nns of Interest fron Different Sections. .y. South Vi'ivliinm report tliat oiio or more uirinlitirs in nearly every family in t"" n urv ill . 'I :if ..i. ocru of t lie Bennington fire . ji rT jruMit are to liuvo hii nrtiole in f itcil in the tow n warning rx'mpting tlum frcm tht pn.vim-nt of poll taxes. Dr. and Mr. K. (J. Stevens observed their rOth xveildinsr anniversary at thin ('ontrrenatioiinl clmix'l in. Orleans Jan 22. ft wu n hiirprire to the guettts ofj l.onor. .At the meeting of the Orleans Coun ty Teacher' aaaofiation, held in St. .fohnsburv lust week, Sunt. E. A. Ham ilton of Newport' was elected president for the ensiiiir' year. Ernest Titts of Rutland fe!l from the roof of an ice ' house there Friday and fractured his lieht leg in two places. lie dropped 2f feet. Mr. Pitt left the hospital onlv two weeks ago after recovering from injuries received in an automobile accident. At' a price eipeakinp;. contest at St Johnlurv academy Irnliiy evenm, Miss Elsie Eva Wild! a senior, was th winner of the Edward A. JJayley prize of ?!.,. and Hubert Stanwooa Brook a senior in the same school, won sec ond pfiae of $10. Miss Wild presented "Bobby Shaftoe" and Mr. Brooks "Our Responsbilitics as a Nation." Albert McBain, M-vear-old son Mr. and Mrs. John McBain of St, Johnsbury, who ran away from home and was gone- nearly a month, be m raptured last Ihursday at Wells Kiver lias been convicted of beinic a delin quent child and was sentenced to the state industrial school at Vergennes for the remainder of his minority. He was taken there Fridav. C. E. f'ole of Pawlet, breeder of fancy cattle and owner of a large farm, was .arrested Friday, charged with shipping tuberculous cattle in in terstate commerce, in violation of fed eral statutes. It is understood tha the complaint came from the authori ties at Washington. Mr. Cole waived examination and was released under $;i00 bail for appearance in Unit .States district court. . lie was in the limelicht a tew Tear aeo when there was a ouest ion as to the methods he used in testing catllc fo. butterfat Constitution of Lone Pine Chapter, Or der of Eastern Star. The Order of Eastern Star received a valuable addition on Jan. 20, when chapter was constituted at ("astleton, whose members were from the promi not people of that town, who are in tereter and enthusiastic in the work This chapter had been instituted sever al mouths and was only waiting lor its charter to make it one of the best Junr chapters in the state. Numer ous disappointments as to the date of its final organization had been expen encd, but the day was finally fixed for Jan. 20, ami at that time (.rand Patron D. Mrt'rillis and Mrs. MKVillis of Murshfield were joined by others of the giand chapter family, including? !rand fjatou Mrs. Add V. Allen of Milton. Mrs. Kate L. Hull, firantl lecturer of Burlington, Mrs. Clara E. Groom, prand warder of St. Albans, Mrs. Elsie Car rick, grand Adah of IfardwieJ;, Mrs. Nellie B. Goodsell of Fairfax, grand chaplain, and Abbio F. Clarke, grand secretary of Randolph, who proceeded by dilferenU routeg to Rutland and from there by trolley to Caatleton.. The Tarty were joined at Castleton by Mrs. n Ella O. Ranney, another grand officer from North Bennington, and many oth ers from the Fair Haven chapter, the latter being influential in the institu tion of the chapter. The party met with a cordial welcome, every arranpe rfien having been previously made for (Jieir comfort and happiness while in that place. At 8 o'clock the constitution cere monies took place in the new hall, which has recently been built to re place a former one which was d Utroyca by tire, lhe ceremonies we impressively given and the chapter pre sented with their charter and author ised to perform all the ceremonies of the order. Grand Patron McCrillis and Grand Matron Mrs. Allen presided dur Hig the ceremony and, following this. te officer were elected for tha first time, the grand patron presiding also through this ceremony, after w?nch they were installed by Grand Matron ''Mrs. Allen, asisted by Mrs. Clara E. (troom (jrand marshal, and Mrs. Nel lie Goodsell as grand chaplain. At the rtoae of the exercises a fine lunch was erved br the chapter and a iocial hour nf mtich enjoyment followed. Members aad pieata all pronounced the occasion ewe of rare enjoyment and, with the liest wishes for he prosperity of the chapter, the company dispersed. The rTand ofliccrs for the most part left for their homes the next morning, (topping over at t indsor for a meet ing of the Charlotte Morris association, rhich w as also a ucces. All Mothers Will Find Use For This Laxative Give Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin to a constipated child and not it quick recovery. IN 4. growing family the subject of thought with the parents is now to keep the children healthy and happy, and what to do when they become ill. Most illnesses of childhood are the symptoms of constipation, such as headaches, coated tongues, flatulence, dizziness, loss of appetite and sleep, biliousness, etc. You can surely feel safe in doing what tens of thousands of others do with good results, so give, according to the age of the child, a small quantity of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. Eight million bottles were bought last year at drug stores. It is America's favorite family remedy for constipation, indigestion andsimilar ills, and is especially suitable for children, women and old folks as it is so mild and gentle in action. There is no secret about Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. It is a combination of Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with pepsin and pleasant tasting aromatics. Druggists have sold it for thirty years, and a sixty cent bottle will last for months. Experienced mothers are never without it in the house. TRY IT FREE Send me your name and ad dress and 1 will sendyou a free trial bottle of my Syrup Pepsin. Address me Dr. W. B. Cild well, 511 Washington Street, Montcello, Illinois. Every body now and then needs a laxathe, and it it well to know the best WViM me today. Presto! Three Lines for 25c . The Times .,111 MI.K Wonts. Lost ana ron I,. SALE- PLAINFIELD A daughter, Arlene May, was born .Ian. 20 to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bailev I in Atlantic. Mass., a granddaughter of Mrs. Eva Bailer of this town. A daughter was born Jan 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Flovd How. Mrs. Ralph Wells and son, Merlin, of Murshfield spent Fridav with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Railaw. . Miss Vera Rogers was in Montpelier Saturday. Mrs. C. C. Lamherton of Marshfield spent the week end at the home of Bertha Moore. Harold Wells spent the week end at his home in Marshfield. J. B. Buxton and A. L. Corrcau are working at Nijrerhead pond. Mrs. C. L. Silver and sun, Francis. were in .Montpelier itaiuriiav Murray Mnrtvn was a business vis itor in Barrc Tiiesdav. Arthur Townsend is ill. Alton Weeks of Berlin, N. IT., spent the week end with Mrs. Weeks. Mr. Goodcotiraue was a business vis itor in Northfteld recently. W. B. Lance was a business visitor Montpelier Saturday. Mrs. Harrv Coburn was in Montpel ier uednesiiav. Mrs. William Prescott u ill with liv t rouble. Miss Abba Clark was in Montpelier dnesdav. Mrs. Ed. Maxfield was ill Inst week. Mr. and Mrs If. C. Cuttincr and son. r r-,.44:.w, ......... T -.,i...,.-;ii 1 VlIlLfllK V,-," til li, 111,1.1, I'lr VIII Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. avlor, Mrs. Cutting's mother. Mrs. William Prescott received word -t week of the death of her father, Milo L- Towner, who lived In Chel- a. Miss Kvelvn Billiard of Mafchfield sited in town Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Maude McLaughlin of Barre as the guest ot Airs. J. ll. nartlett recent lv. Wallace Telky war In Barre Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. .Tame Loveland of Marshfield were in town Thursday. C. L Silver was a business visitor Bradford recently. William Duchaine was in Barre. the first of the week. A home demonstration meeting, eon-, W. R. ducted bv Miss Boice, was held in the 1). of L, liall Thursday afternoon. Five meetings were planned for, with com mittees for the same with Miss Boice: "Line and Color," Mrs. B. H. Towns- end; "Dress Forms," Mrs. D. P. Town; "Foods," Mrs. W. 11. Martin; "Steam Pressure Cooker," Mrs. F.d. J. Colby j "Firelcss Cooker," Mrs. Fred Gale. The officers of Halcyon encampment, N'o 33, were installed by special dep uty grand patriarch, B. If. Townsend, at the last regular meeting, as follows: Chief patriarch, F.rnest McDonald ; high priest, C. P. Kellogg; senior warden, L'srl Bartlett; scribe, B. II. Townsend j treasurer, George St Cyrj junior war den, Fred Goodrich; inside sentinel, Frank Woodcock; outside sentinel, George Charon; first watch, Charles Parker; second watch, T. II. Bartlett; third watch. W. B. Fifield; fourth watch, C. A. Bartlett; guide, R. M. Cutting. Miss Irene Mayo of Fast Montpelier is working for Sir Harry Coburn. Wayland Page of Goddard seminary spent the week end at h;.s home, At the Rebckah . lodge meeting lf"t Friday evening, Mrs. Harry Coburn had charge of the birthday entertain ment, for January and Mrs. Fred Good ridge will have charge of the Febru ary birthday entertainment at the next meeting. Mrs. Charles Rowland's mother was ill last week. Miss Jennet. e TTardy of South Bye pate was in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ilerliert Cato of Eftt .Montpelier vl.itetl at ueotge Kins Sunday. Mrs. Bern ire Ladeau has returned home from her work in Barre. Mr. and Mr. Orrin Hushes and Ed ward Lander of Barrc were guests of Miss Winnifred Hamel st. her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. kelson Hamel, over the week end. The Woodmen re-elected their offi cer of 1020 to serve in 1921. .Adolph Puke of Canada is the guest of hfs brother, K. V. Duke, Rev. A. W. Hewitt was in East Cal ais to officiate at the funeral of Mrs. Pan Maeaulay, Sunday. Mrs. Mvrtie Parks and Mrs. Mary Spencer visited relative in Lisbon, H., lat week. The many friends of Bert May of Marshfield are pleased to learn that 1 LQif ' (Onrrttlni FOR SALE Hard (rreim hirir . VT Foind. F fuC ft ii. te:-boit ad?" V0no'-Ph-K- 2701 f tlsemrnu t the raU of thrw lin tn KOX1NG BOA EDS, LUMBER AND 4 -FT. twenty-five cents for the f rt Insertion n . oo(l for sals, also buying- bwt hldm ; A. ten cents for ch subsiouett insertion. j Tomasl, corner Main find Meixhknt treeti. ; JiUli) Walker hound, "one 116; Lock Box 61. vim Nice quality early cut hay. am K Dura; Lester Lanir. 27116 : J phone 254-H. I FOR"" SA r.E -f eiiUiie year old, untrained. HELP WANTED MALE WAN'fEU Competent man for ueneral : i. Vt farm work, prefer man and wife, the lat- : FOK SALE - Carpenter, Stnt House. Montpelier. 'J70t3 East Montielier, Vt. WANTED AT ONCE Man or boy for farm,OK SALE Complete equipment for sugar. work and training; E. L. Johnaon. . m ilellows 1-alli evaporator, uaed only Watcrbury. Vt. 26U ! two esasons. 750 tin aap bucketa in good weekly pay: If you mean business write l.- . --v - . .- for territory. Guaranty Nursery, Rochester. ha 1.6, -Two live red foxes, Kood ilze N. Y. 264CJ7 nd wlor ; Alex Keddell, Graniteville, V. cnvirNiirvT wAKTTts HUNDREDS i 2711:2 railway mail clerks. t2H month, list pes'-, tiona fre. wrile immediately: Franklin In stitute, Dept. 480 L., Rochester, N. Y. ZDAtJB HELP WANTED FEMALE I2.B0 PER DAY PAID ONE LADY IN each town to aavertWte free circulars for Economy non-alcoholic flavoring, permanent position ; F. E. Barr Co., Chieaxo. 271tl WANTED A housekeeper in a family of one. state waireB in firat lrtter; R. W. Carpenter, Bo 86. Groton. Vt. 268tS HAY FOR SALE Morrison Farm. 267tC VOR SALE Male fox hound. SV. year, nidi he is improving from his severe illness of pneumonia. Ryland Parks, who is working in the mill in Marshfield, visited his parents over the week end. Mr. Warren and family have moved into Mrs. Rideout's tenement on Main street. Floyd Dow and Perlcy Bntehelder arc employed in the novelty mills at Groton. Opera house, Hainfleld, Brvant Washburn in "Six Best Cellars," also a one-reel comedy, Paramount maga zine. 1 urn out to this one and next week we will have 'Treasure Island." Admission, 20c nn! 30c, plus war tax. Setts on sale at the drug store. adv. cultural college, and O. F. K. Story, manager of the Worcester County Farm Irurejju. This coming week the agent will at tend the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Gulf Road creamery on j Tuesday. On Friday the Chelsea boys' j and Girls' club will meet for it an-1 ESTATE OF ARTHUR VAIXIERES. State of Vermont, Diatrictof Washington, as. Tha hnnorab'.e probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persona interested tn tha estate of Arthur Valllercs, late of City of Barre, in said dittrict. deceased. GREETING) s WHEREAS. id court ha fiimt the 14Ui day of February next for examining and allowing the account of the exerutrix, nual meeting at the farm bureau of-'erased and for 'a decree of the residue of fice. It is expect"" there "will be a! id to ' the lawful aJaimanu of t . n,;. ,.ii ti i." the aamev and ordered that public large attendance at this meetin. H. h. notic thereof be iriren to all per Bremer, state supervisor of cow test sons interested in said set ate by publish. associations, will lie present and apeak in th, ord-r three weeks auecassirely ffood Stai-ter .ml tmA .1. : 1. . ! . w i.ii vi ir riKiib, Frank Masi, 44 Brook St. or phone 734. 28M12 . PAPERMILL FELTS tor children's Karmenta, woolen blanket and all household needs, heavy and light 1U0 per cent pure washable wool, sent parcel post from our Maine mill, 60c per pound, any width, about seven pounds per lama blanket! Pontine Woolen Products, 8 East ?yhtreet,New York. 267U FOR SALE Block and second growth" Irreen Wood. rie1ivi.H m : 1 1 - c . i WOMAN OR GIRL WANTED For ireneral Barre and Barre: aleo fJST '. X housework in small family, no cooking wood and drr i-hnnl. T.. i. apply by letter to "X.," car Times office. ; 419-M. "fiqtatf 1 2tr . F0R sLE-DFv"wood and .lTi, i . WANTED -Te.lil" girl and kltrh-n girl at telephone 666-M. 9S'ti the Klloo-g. 28 School Bt.. Montpeli-r- rrip" a fi pt,1 x- r-r nhone S72-M. MOtf k?, "St "I IurnP- LD0 ... . -.- i . - 1 . . ..'nKr .uu per nunarea ids. WANTED AT ONCE An experienced girl delivered ; don't order by the pe-k, but buy to wait on tnble and attend to atore trade, by tha bushel, and get first class' goods at good wages and steady job ; apply to Pierre ! wholeeale prices ; Mitchell farm. R F D 2. rhone Z2SJ. 24gtf MARKED DOWN SALE All-woed "knlt i oa .7?i'ni trom manufacturer. $1-20, 11.70 and tl.M a pound; posUg. paid on 5 orders: write for samples: H. A. Bartlett Harn-ony, Maine. 241t36 DIMENSION LUMBER FOR SALE-Al.o boxing boards, prices riffhtl F. E. Down, nig, phone 144-W. 2S2tf A Clark. Montpelier. Vt 259tf WANTED Capable girl" for rertT' hott. work : Mr. E. K. Fates, 95 College Ft., Montpelier, phone M7-W. 2B9tf MALE AND FEMALE HELP HELP WANTED Young men and women to take positions as attendants at tbe Ver mont State Hospital for the Insane at Wa ter bury ; to those who desire, an opportunity offered to attend nurses' training rt-urse: apply at Hospital. Waterhnry. Vt. ltf ORANGE COUNTY FARM BL'PEAU Notes for Week Ending Jan. 29. on cow test association work. Harold A. Dwinell, County Agent. To Make Hairs Vanish From Face, Neck or Arrtta Kill That Cold With FOR Colds, Coughs CASCARA M QUININE AND La Grippa Neglected Colds are Dangerous Tsks no 'chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for tha firat snes. Breaks op a cold in 24 hours Relieves Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache Quinine in this form does not affect th head Cascara is best Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT The annus meetitifr of the New Kns- land Milk Prodw-tr" association held in Hostun the past week liaa tlie larg est attendance in the history of the association. Only three of the fifty- one county units of the organization were not represented and a large num ber of locals sent delegates. At the banquet on Tuesday nijrht over 450 plates were set. The sessions were well attended and the interest was very keen as the discussion of the, pertinent milk problems took place. Some of the prominent speaker were ! Milo I). Campbell, preident of the National Federation of Milk Producers' Associations; Dr. C. K. North of New York, A. W. Oilhert. commissioner of agriculture In Massachusetts.: Prof. K. C. Lockwood of Massachusetts Ajrri- ( Beauty Culture) Keep a little powdered dclatone j handy and when hairy growths appear I make a raste with some of the powder !and a little water, then spread over hairy surface. After 2 or 3 minutes rub (T, wash the skin and il will be en tirely free from hair or blemish. This s;mtle treatment is unfailing, but care should bo exercised to be aur and genuine dclatone, otherwise you may be oieappointed. Adv. previous to the day assigned, in the Ba Daily Times, newspaper published at City of Barre, in ssid district THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear st the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, on the day atilgned. then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to aatablish your rlgnt as heirs, lesatece and lawful claimants to ssid residue. Given under my hand, this 17th day of January, 1921. FRANK i. MARTIN, Judge. Janl8-2SFeM ESTATE OP WIN FIELD 8. PATCH. Liquor Sold by Court Order. "Fifteen quart of whiskey were sold Is lirattl oro Saturday afternoon, but Ibe sale was mudc under sanction of laar, after it bad been adjudged for feited at the first of two luor hear-S- in State's Attorney K. V. ;ihons siMce hefore Municipal' .ludsre Thomas K. O'Brien of IMh.ws Falls, and Llarlcs Fi-her was given a suspended etitenrv of 'Ml dv in the count v tail, saving keen adjudired guilty of selling". Tnia whiskey was taken" by Sheriff Frank L. Wellman and Deputy Bert A tVhittemore of fiuilf.ird a week aeo last Friday niiht in Fisher's cvllar to Brattleboro. five quarts cf it being Ittir out of the ground and 10 quarts Wing found in a suitra-e in the enal kin. t The seiiur was made after the ff lrtr had received a cofplsint tv the itate'a sttorner that-a sale J-,l Wn ! nade rvr Fiher. bi?t Fiher was un ler quarantine fr cliskennox the erinjr f toth case, that of the itate ara'n-t the Jiqir and tUst of lie state against Fi'her eti the charjre f ellin)r. nere continue,! to Ut Sat .lay. 'riher art W cvimel. Attirrer N. VClawn, rre at the tearing, but icj.odr c' mej I He l.qnr. Te Stco a Co!'! fe,-lr "ake lUMv HFA! I. rfOXFT. A VmKie Tr-a'rrt, I f h stops irri-a-i"t. heals ibe t.r.t. reJi rijri- ,r4 :. a t-, -,;,' J? c ; -!rf !k it. 3,V. iCise it -tie tie.1 aJ. Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind Ton ITav Always Boneht has borne th lsjni tare of Chas. II. FlcU-her, and lias hern misde under hi personal Minorviision for over 30 Tf-ars. Allow no ono to deceive mi In this. C'onnterfeitsj, Imitailon and. ''Juvt-aia-irrrod' are bnt fxperiinenta, and endanger tho Lraltb of Children lxpericnce against Experiment. Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself, , What is CASTOR I A CaMoriis Is a liarmle nbtitate for Castor Oil I'flre fmric, lrnp and isootliing' ISyrupsj. It contains neither Opium, Iorphlne nor other narcotic aubwtnnce. For more than thirty years ft has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency ind Colic and lMarrhoea; alia? in? 1'everishness ariinir therefrom, and by reulatlnjc the Stomac h and IlowcU, aids the as rirnllation of I chkI ; trislniT healthy ami natural bleep . Hho Cliililrcu's Comfort iho Mother's Friend. Dears the Signature cf 2j Citloadi Elkhom Kraft Cheese Bouirht from the twemment, will be sold st less than wholesale eost. Retalla at about SO cents a pound. A full cream, hifcrh grade rheese. PER POUND (in bulk). I .a? 7-POUND TIN 1.75 CASE OF i TINS ao oo Mail orders (Una sod rases only) shipped br sxnrasa, rarrjriiur rhariraa eol lert, or if to to by majl, aHd for Ami pound or f ran ion, and Sc for each addi tionai pound tar postsire and parkin. None sent C. O. I. Remit by snoney order, cherk, or cash to E. B. HARRIS, Salti Director (Army Surplus Supplies, it. E. Dir.! 37 ESSEX ST, BOSTON TOO FAT? Maay rm4m Sss or ators. Oblala Karvlfl pr0SMHaered aereea) at any boi? Sra( Van t er writ, for fres broenura Is, Knreta t. , NS-U. Station X, Nw Y i ai.sslw by smI soethod. Me Mlu, as thrrotd. aoatare lff, ne leilmut aieeri.tnff. rielirhtfollr My, rspid reduetlisst lesaeev.a awatth, vyMtsssxr,, m.l... twk ycranserl AIU VtAHS 10 tOLR LfFBI as fmsn et aasay -back (ssvaatas t al aONKin uu.sl State of Vermont, district of Wshin"ton, ss. Tha honorahle prohate court for the dis trict aforejtaiH. to all persons Interested in the estate of Wlnfield S. Patch, late of Tov-n of Barre, in said district, deceased, GREETING: m.RFS. said eourt has aM'omed th sth dny of Februarr neat for esamtnin and slltrninif the account of the adtnlnltrator of the estate of said deceased and for a de cree of the residue of said estate to the law ful elaimanta of the same, and ordered that punlie notice thereof be siven to all per. sons interested in said estate by ttubliahina 4 this ortjer three weeks successively previous , to the dsy afsiimed. In the Barre Daily ! Times, a nrwapapar published at City of ( Barre, in pair! district. , THEKKFORE, you are hereby notified to spprar at the probate office In Montpelier. In said district, on the day aasimeri, then and there to contest the allowance of said account tf you see cause, and to establiaa your riitht as heirs, lea-atma and lawful elnlmants m said reMue. Given under my hand, this 17ta day January, 1921. I FRANK J. MARTIN, Judre. Janl-26Febl MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE Automobile pajntintr : Indications point to an early sprina: have your cars and wasrons painted now and be rdy for snrino:; Henry Bosley, painter, shon 435 North Main street, phone 60S -J. MAD ME I.ENOPMsND R FAMOUS Celebrated Gypsy Witch Fortune Telllnif Parrls pent nostpeid on receipt of $1.00; J. IWillianu Book Co., Worreater. Mass. 265t20 """ WOOLEN CLOTH For the bovs. MOTHERS, yni ran cut down the HICH COST OF LIVING on rour hoys' elothiar. We are aelHns; direct from the MILL. fltronir, durable cloth. . Nice lin of patterns to select from, suitable FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Write us for ssmples. AS HUE LOT WOOLEN CO., , CILSL'M. V. H. DANCING CLASSES STARTED NOW Join anytime private Instruction by ap pointment: call at 172 Main street, phone !8-M. lBtf HEMLOCK PLANK FOR SALIC I have in stock here fn Barre about forty thousand feet dry two-Inch hemlock plank! anyone interested telephone H. 0. Bennett. 187tf FOR SALE" A rtrenaratinn fnr eleanlntf a ran ite and marble monumnta t.et(rKns 2S7U0IUP the letterins; and makes the whole rnonti. ineiii i on a clean and new; im a ran teed ; prices on application: James Sullivan, 1U Parle street, Barre. Vt. ltf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Twopasaentcer Overland roads ster, model 69, all in a ond order; in quire at Backus' Garage, Waterbury, Vt iCtrtS DODCE TRIICK FOR 8ALESereen body: nrsWlaes condition, rood as new, 1919 model ; run about 8,000 miles ; fisher Farm, Bethel. Vt lit WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY-Subjert" to teatrthirty new milch cows end nesrby sprinffers, Guernseys and HolBtcins, must be of e.tra quality and in stood conditioa; John F. Ben jamin. Barre. phone 105-R. ZOStf Barrc 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 Established IKS. BOLSTER BLOCK. UJlKKL, VERMONT FARMS FOR SALE FOK SAl-E An ideal poultry or market garden farm, land in rood state of cul tivation, with some wood, two rood barns. one nearly new built with the intention of tinishtntr into a house, the property is located in Harre City and only a few min utes' walk from car line, chanre of occupa. tlon reason for selling ; phone 1HS-6, N. 1 Blsnehard. 264t26 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE Are lawo values INCREASING- ? ARE LAND VALUES IN CREASING ? PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. HEININGER howlandbldc SURGEON DENTIST 'rnost w J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. Practice limited to Diseases of Infant and Children. OfrVe hears: I e II. 1 to 4. I to l and by appointment Room 1. Miles C.rsnHe Block. TsL aaj-R. ESTATE OF EVELINE HUSK. Tbe undrsiKned. hsvinx ben appointed by the honorable probate court for the die tnct of Washington, commissioners, to re ceive, examine and adjust the claims and ' msnds of sil persons arafnst the estate ol Evelina Hues, late of Marshneld. in said district, deceased, and all claims rxhib- J , ited in offset thereto, hereby ffire notice thst ' are will meet for tha rmrpoee aforesaid, at i the Granite Savins Bank dt Trust C". it pany In the City of Barre. la aaid dia ! trict, on the lath day of February and 8th ! day ot June next from 11 o clock a. m., ! until it o'clock p. m.. on each of aaid days ' and that six months from the 14th day of I December. A. IV ltril, ia the time limited j by aaid court for said creditors to present i their claims to us for examination and aJ- old Mother Earth is armeina- richer Jowanre. 'every day. At times some properties do Dated at City of Barre, this list day ot decrease ilirhUy in vslue. but take it year January, A. D. 1M1. j in and year out every font of land in tha C. H. KENENON. world becomes more valuable. If you are JA.VE3 LORD, Commissioners, lookin for farm lands or a small place rebl-S-16 (with land, or a house and lot we can be nf considerable assistance to you. and a', this time we have some specially rood trade. Just mu I SS-ACRE FARM just eaituide ttiea cky limits, only about 16 minutes' walk from some of tbe granite eheda. No better bind in the county, pastures can he plowed. This place, by uaina a summer silo, will keep 20 eows. Buildings are rood, exceptionally rood house and two basement barns. W 1 have seldom offered a place where the chance for increase in value is matter, and still have a splendid home. You will want more particulars. Price I6.OCO.IXI ; terms f .'.OOO.M j cash. . HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE Two rood sets of expre sleirhs, one a heavy set. as rood as new. very reasonable price if taken at once: ap ply to A. A. Boyce. Central House. 271U' IMPORTANT NOTICE ! The story that we are roinir out of the Horse Goods business is not true. We aro remodclinr the buildinr to make it more convenient, usinr all the ground floor for our Auto Supply Dept. and all the second floor for our Horse Goods Dept. We begin alteration March 1st, and offer bargains in all lines to reduce stock before thst dale. HARNESS SPECIALS ALL THIS WEEK. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. COLTON'S PLACE M State Street MontBelier Vermont Our Big Alteration Sale Yellow or Brown Sweats.... 9c 12.00 Team Bella, now $1.50 13.00 Sleitrh Stoves, now.... 2.48 3.60 6-A Blankets, now 2.8 f4.00 6-A Blanket, now.. 3 49 EVERYTHING MARKED DOWN. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. COLTON'S PLACE Montneller, Varmont 84 State Street WARM WATER for the cows. It pays : Do not ask a rood healthy cow to drink Ice water and to give you in return a pail full of warm milk. Warm up their drink inc water and are how quickly they respond. Many users of water tank heaters tell us that they pay for themselves in actual doU lars by the increased flow of milk, in as short a time as one montb. Csn any milk producer afford to be without one. Our tank heaters are very heavy and mad from hirh rrade iron. They have removable ash pan and fire pot. The price i extremely low. . Com and see. I MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 14(1 Oranee Co. Telenhene W are offerlnr especially low Drirea on all kinds of harness. Drivtnr harness, I JO up. New Enrland Farm Harness, with without basket breechinir. crires from JsO. W have aome liht and heavy sets, ss you may prefer. Come and see. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 14 Oranre Co. Telephone FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CtHRIER BL'HDINO. BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment C. F. ROBINSON, M. D. ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS Office Hour: 1 potntinent. Room to S r. M. and by ap I. Mllfs Granite Block. Telephone 7!H R. LARSON ant. WELLS ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS RAKOVER. N. H. BAILEY'S MUSIC R001MS rTEAiXJlMRTTM FOR nrLiABt.B riANo.s. playkk riArion VICTFOI.A". WNttRA laiaiNtj MA tHINFS. REtORDS. SHEET MUSIC Telephone 3G9-W, Barre, Vt 7 In Use For Over 30 Years 1 V v V .aii i f - DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTXOPATK1C rHToIClAJI BLAyCHARD BLDO. Omr. tVW Bssldawe. T4WR. DR. A. IL SMITH Osteopathic Physician a KEITH A VO IE OSes Caassd Maidaya 'DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Of5e twmm tt. M tWiidlBsj ,,Twsr, C"s7MTrTtMw 'flI ROlKj- tie tei:a,WB . aterlay. T aw ass. Trsacsss aast FrasSa? PERRY & N00NAN L'NEXCTT.LET) FT7KCR AL rl'RVlSHINOI H capital Ambuisas fesnke Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Pepot Vquare. Barr TeL eonaertieai. 4TS-W DR. H. H. HUsNTER"-"" GAGE & GAGE CHIROrR ACTORS j H"f : Mevdsy, Wermesdar aad Frldae. r i . u e p, SB- ! TnssuiBT. Ttinrrday and Saturday. I to I , m Mnsit-pelt-r : Mnndav, Wedswsdsy and Friday, t to ( p. ra.: Tuesday. Tfearsday aad -Jar-em?. 1 to- I ra. m BARhX. VFRMOVT oc - 1 Korta afaia Ftrve WE ALWAYS HAVE ! Jaat wbat yssa are kmktasr for la tj las f lewelry, sflverware. ret a-hssa. etc. A aw statisisiel . , Our watrh aed rlork repair wwrk rvjar-Daeed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler : FI M TREFT SOLE ACrXT f OM -9Qfloti AMEBIC AJT W. H. goodf!olow MANO TT"NTNG Lews erdees at CesxUsasew s Je-wejrw fhasm. r 4m rM 1 fpTIf ! Mm vi-J J0 S3 1 A WRENCH U fit ererr nut and iKilt on automobiles and" tractor. Anr wrenrh trtkrit ith reason- tbl nsape will be replaced. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St. Barre, Vt. A FEV-ACRE FLACE with house. Urn. I hen house, raraa-, etc., located about two aniles from the city on extra a-ood macadam road. A fine place for Kerdeninir, poultry, etc rrlce iz.son.vu and owner will In clude a valuable colt if sold at one. HOUSES .TO RENT TO KENT Four-room furnished fist" "at J Wsshinjrton street; Mrs. DonaJd Smith. 17 Ferry street. 2Tlt2 TO RENT At 47 SpauldinstreetT'upstaii'S tenement of aix rooms, all modern ron ' venienres, small rarden ; inquire at s West St., or phone 561-K. 7tf TO RENT TenemenrofT,lrroom In tho block. Smith Place. Maple Ave., 110 a month, to May Smith Bros. 26otf TO-RENT At 40 Fark street," dSwns'aira. tenmeent of five rooms and bath, hard wood finish, furnace beat, small rarden and raraee. vacant Feb. 1st : phone 464-Y, ap ply 61 Eun St, or Barr Steam Laundry. tMtt jO RENT Tenement of sis rooms, bath. electric lhrhts, hot water, etc. i Inquire of O. D. ShurtlelT. 2 North Mala St. ltl TO RCNT I'pstsirs tenement at 48 East street, rent 112; G. L. Wood worth at Candy Kitchen, phona lf-M. 17ut j TO RENT- Tcaement" at tt Merchant street. j THREE ACRES. HOUSE. AND BARN" shout one and one-half miles from the city. ITh owaer enurht eichsnee for a beats ia the city, or will sell nrht. 'HOUSE, BABN AND CARrtEN on main , road between Harre and Williamtov, n, two mile from the city. Price only 100.00. V hy pay rent I also fovr tenements on Wilier street, all ta ftrstclaeis shape; modern Improvements i Geo. W. Msnn. (4 Wellineton strwt. sWct WANTED WANTED Secc.nd-hand separator; Jamea P. Center, Vt 1.000-pound cream Spnairuo, Randilph 27(lt Kwi.L Hl. Y BANK I'OUK ON H e .. Barre Farinas Bank A Trust Co., from It OOOD EIGHT-ROOM. STEAM-HEATED to ..ooo at a reduction; write to "A. B. HOUSE on Eastern Ave, that city, with jr." car Times. 2sttf '"JrT- Wou,1 "'.RAW FURS WANTED-W. oi. New York near., oou w prW hr.nt readme and quick returns: MODERN HOUSE cm Msple Ave, with'" hipmewta held 1 days, subject to re hsrdwood floors and finish. Prlr. 2,0 0 ur : eTrirr ."T" f" with a payment of tlMM.ov down. Sis nic tar fancy prices for eooj. mink and fo room. irVr.e. WMwIern plumbinc; ha. been " uJiT; C. L- Silver, lne!d. bunt only Ave years. i v Thi ta the best time yon will have for nme years to purchase real estate. Buy ' and watch tho increase ta value. mm POULTRY FOR SALE A few Sussec pullets and cock erels; EL Carleton. 21 Hichiand avenue, phnne 441-M. r.tf .at rartM : tl m 1 ssSar.l.sl '.. . I 't'D 0,'7T g.tTi i t U'O. U-IY j f y r i .'r i ss r ; i r'.vn f . sV . I . .1 ssi ti ' s,s trmJt in- "r u. iiriA '; ,f- j- v. Notice We will continue our twenty per cent discount sale through the entire month of February. Let & Clara B. Shortt KartfcStM, Vrnnoct Expert Typewriter Repairer Highly recommriirlrd. Two T."ar buinp rermrrl in town. Don't rx- i change your la tTrsrwntpm fnr now ones, nave inem ovrrnauica ty m. .'Results at food a new. Call for j IM. ERLICHT, i At Flanders Bicycle Shop, Barr. J To lei -bone IM-W. j LOST ANDFOUND jFPUND fUrurday. Jaa. IV sa ' Spao!dt? street, wt i' ivory handiest fir rer rtio srith re.daU "N" ; ewr may have safne bv caij- c at 17 Terry street and '"- adwrttfffa-- l";t.s L!-T - D-r T tite fset f. a ren-sTM4 Krest rn wsta sesAil ttasmor-d and 1. r-rV. rs,r4; JSrs. H. K. Mistier, " Onsn4T ot. fvU