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Happenings cf Interest Iron Differunt Sections. Mrs. Sidney r'ui'vow'ui' Peacliam wrj la.llv liunifd h.v the ovemirniriR uf a cup of lint bacon fat. l'luti tic under way for tin' P-vivul if a diniul imimi .in MorrioviMc under t!m illri" -tii.it of Mr. t. M. I'u'wers. Mrs.' Sarah Stetson observed lier (1.1th birthday unnivfrsniy lh. 10 t hr home' in' Kiiosbuig Fallf. Tlioujjh frail, she enjoys the calls of frii'iids and nt':iiaintanee. The 'Green 'Moiintnin dub member who live in-Burlhijj-ton are planning to have 'a big annual outing Feb. whn they rime to Smuggler Notch and Mount Mam.fifld. nutlam'.' oldest business man, Charles. Hour, observed his 80th birth day anniversary Wednesday. lie is ft member of the Kiss-UuntreRti com pany, a drygoods rlrm, mid is at the utore- daily. While skiing in Brattleboro, Elbert, eight -vear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Coiburn of that place, fell, strikinjr ajrainst a glass bottle and inflicting a long gash' in his right leg. Lieut. Trah P. Kapulding, who piloted the flugship cf the big air squadron of lit planes in the navy seaplane flight from Pan Diego, Cal., to Pana ma, i; visiting his parents in Rutland. Mrs. John J. O'Connell, wife of the proprietor of the Sargent' house at Middleburr, broke two ribs nnd bad ly bruised' herself Tuesday in a fall from the top of a flight of stairs to the bottom. Joseph Arflenault, one of the Cham plain Realty company's men. slipped i fn fmni a W hauler a few days r ago in Granville and it passed over both legs.' It is feared they will have to be amputated. Mr. Arsenault was t:iking to a Burlington hospital. Howard M. Burke, 72. manager of the Windham County house at Xcw fane and well known in the southern part of the state for his connection with various hotels in that locality, died Tuesday after a four weeks' ill ness. He began his hotel career when. at the age of 16, he became clerk in the Saxtons River inn He was a real son of the war of IS 2 and his grand father was in the Revolutionary war. Harry L. Stevens of Brookline, ior merlv mail carrier between Townshend and ' Rockingham, was takn before I'nitPil States Commissioner Clarence M. Miller by United States Marshal Arthur P. Carpenter late Wednesday afternoon and arraigned on the charge of abstracting a check from the Unit ed .States mail while he was a carrier. He' pleaded not guilty, waived exami nation and furnished" bail in the sum e.f $5000 for his appearance at the February term of the United States court in Burlington Feb. 2.1. It is al leged that on June 1. 11)10, Stevens took from a letter a check for $17.69 drawn on the Vermont National bank, signed bv R. . L. Holbrook of Towns hend ft'nc! made" payable to John B. Senft of New York. STOWE Harry E. Pike was in Montpelier on Thursday to attend the reunion of the legislature of 1917, in which he represented Stovre-. Rev. C E. Hay ward will conduct a service at the North Hollow scliool housa at 2:30 . o'clock Sunday after noon, . John Greene of Morrisville was a visitor in Stowe Thursday. Th condition of Mrs. Raeburne R. MeMahon does not improve. Mrs. Me Mahon's mother, Mrs. K. J. Taylor of Montreal, who is with her daughter, was ill Thursday. Mrs. F. L. Eaton, Mrs. M.'W. Abbott and daughter, Mary Jane, of Water bury were guests at E. L. Barrows' Thursday. Mrs. C. G. Towne and daughter, Mrs. Corwell were in Montpelier Wednes day. Daniel Moulton was a visitor in Wa terbury Wednesday. C. L. MeMahon was a business visit or in Montpelier Thursday. The carnival committee is busy com pleting arrangement for the events to be held here Feb. 22. Competitive contests will include three snow-shoe events, a one-half-mile race, hurdle race and 220-yard dash: three ski events, one-mile 'race, ski jump and 220 yard dash; three toboggan events, speed race down and back three times. Among the stunts are an Alaska bi cycle race and a snake dance. Ar rangements have been made with the united aid society to serve a public dinner at the Akeley Memorial build ing on that day. EAST CORISTll Two former residents of thi town have been brought to Fa Corinth for burial thin week, Inith from Brad ford, Will B. I-mlil. Wednesday, and Mi Sarah Ladd (Charles) Thursday. Though neither had been well, the end tame suddenly to Itoth r.f them. Mr. Leon Londry returned from the hospital Wednesday and stool the trip well Charles !rnt was called to Brad ford Tuesday by the rritical illness of his father, but the dise-e took a fa vorable turn, we are glad to say. ' Mrs. (rt-orge Simpson has licen, hav ing a bad time with palMnn and experts to go to the hospital soon as she is able. Krline -:mpi: has the mumps. Mr. Susan Rott-rfi'M left today fur ahut a month's .tay with her daughter in ("hienpe. M. F.arl Kennedy had a narrow erap the lat of Iat wek when a limb of a tre struck him on the hk and ptnn him to the ground. Fortunate ly be not alone, and be came out .if it with a lame hn.-k and .;n- rath er oaj bru':. Mr. Y!:er IVnnis of Crf ud, N". 1! . b N-rn epr1 tir eeri days wi'.'i Mrs. L. L. Wort hi-r. TV Taplin 1M1 Farmer and Hm irak'T' rbih ct at Fred Il'r on Tteday ttrp.'rt After the buirte freet . e nr, an ryster sniper a ervel n arwnJ .V jwv'ple. " Thw ?. were t !.rr y ) ' Marr picket's fla d rrn wa cry t.ixk f a lUitra Tl.rty fjur nm pre- goOldn't work a day it IN NINE LONG MONTHS I Farmer Was Down in Bed and Helpless for Two Months-Gains 15 Pounds Taking- T a n 1 a c and Health Is Restored. "From January, till September of last vear 1 wasn't able to hit tt lick of i ; work, but in just a few weeks tiuio ' Tiiniac put me back in fine health anil II believe has added many years to my life." fa id C. C. Cra niton, a well-to do fanner living at Ira, ermont. "My health broke down in January and I was down in bed for two months so weak I could not even turn over. After I got up 1 could not do unywurk at all and for a month' I wns not able to I walk to iUi barn. I could not get my strength back, my stomach was all out of order and I would fill up with ga AN HISTORIC COLOR. Regimental Flag of the "Royal Ameii- cans." An instance of international goodfel lowship was celebrated Sunday, Jan. 0, in a colorful setting on the parade grounds at Governor 3 island and im pressively concluded in the quaint lit tle chapel of St. Coyn?lius the Centu rion. It was the form! acceptance by the rector, wardens and vestrymen of Trinity church of the original colors of the King's Royal Rifle corps of Great Britain, which '.as first known as tha 'Royal American regiment and which was stationed at uovernur s lsianu from 17:.ti until 1783. f The formal presentation of the colors was made by Emile A. Hart, great grandson of General Aaron Hart, who was commissary to General - Sir- Jef frey Amherst of the Royal American regiment. The colors, which were pre sented to the first battalion of the Roy al American regiment in 1788. were for mally accepted by Rev. Dr. William T. Manning, rector of Trinity church, and, after being blessed and dedicated, were hung with appropriate ceremonies above the high altar of the chapel. The Royal American regiment was established in 1730 by order of King George II. It was officered by "foreign ers recruited entirely in what now are the states of Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania. It;i object was to meet the advances of the Indians by a com bination of the training of experienced soldiers and the experience and wood craft of scouts. The regiment had art honorable record. It was in :. engage ments at Bushy Run, Pa., under Col onel Henri Bouquet; at Louisburg jn I7.18, at Quebec in 17.19 and later at Montreal and Charleston. Following the fiJl of Quebec in 17.19 and the cap ture of Montreal by the British the then regimental commander, Colonel Haldimand. was selected as military governor of Montreal. The regimental march, which was composed during Colonel Colonel Haldimand' tenure of command, was played yesterday at the conclusion of the ceremonies. The historic colors were carried by the regiment In Canada, in Jamaica and to the Cape of Good Hope. In 1818 they became the property of Lieuten ant Cohmel Alexander Andrews, the commanding officer. A descendant of his later presented the colors to Colon. I Walter Holbeck, a succeeding com mander, and Colonel Holbeck's widow presented the colors to the regiment, now known as the King's Royal Rifles. It was through the courtesy of Colonel Butler, commanding officer of the King's Royal Rifles, and Field Marshal firenfell, colonel commandant, that the colors are now returned to America to be hung in the chapel of Governor's island, where the regiment was sta tioned in the early days of its exist ence. The deed of gift by which the trans fer is made follows: ''The ollicers and men of the King's Royal Rifle corps have the honour to request that the accompanying regi mental colour which was presented to the first battalion in 17K8, tinder its original name of the Royal American regiment, may be taken iq charge by the rector, church wardens and vestry men of Trinity church. New York, and be deposited in the chapel of St. Cor nelius the Centurion, tktvernor's is land, in memory of the fact that Gov ernor's island was the depot of the regiment from 17;6 to I7S.1, and Trin ity cluirch that in which the officers ami men habitually worshipped. "It is hoped also "that this colour may serve as a memento of the fact that the Royal American regiment and the regiments of New York fought shoul der to shoulder not only during the many years of warfare which ended in the conquest of New France and the subjection of the Indian tribes border ing on the (ircat Lakes; but also, after the lapse of a century" and a half. Sore Throat Ctugbs, Colds, Croup, Catarrh Relieved in Two Kinuies la your throat or? Bresth Hyomai. Have you catarrh? Premth IlyomM. Have you a rough? !relh HjrotnH. Hiv you a coid? HyomH w the tmtmftt fr no. tfcnt a nil lutn trouble. It tkws tint contain t-Rr, rrorrf hin w otbrr dmnavroua drux and oora away vitri unarli Otwing- J r -brrath H thmufh lh t'ttl rt f.u.tX itnHalr that om with Men outfit, A mmiJf'f oovfU txmlm ftjl ht at Rd (maa Pharmary ar unr rrMaui ?ra ; tt and Hyofr ia ruarmt-rd to 1 anih ? rauKrrh cmtit. rouch. t ! i wr thrrat land hronhitia or rtvmey hmt. it? tnhaMer a 1 cf HjvwM ran b jYr a tew cfnTw. rent me ani eitra hmttir oHined Crura, d ru (k a rvc ft. Ends indigestion It relierrs stomach m :-?-. encr rtrwrw ch. belching an-1 I1 su-tr.arh rfi or moTitry tack. JUrjr- box vi taUeU X U1 droggiata ia aJ town ' THE BARRE and uet so short of breath tha to fight for air. "I had a bad case of constipation, had dizzy spells, lost weight and was so weak and run down that I could hardly pet around the house. "I read a statement from a man in Dwiby, Vermont, who said TanU:- had fixed him up line. On the strength of that I commenced taking Tanlac my self. My appetite has come back Mid my stomach never gives me any more trouble. I am not bothered with, con- stipaltion or dizziness and I sjeep cen ter than I did. I have been Tu lit up in every way and have gained around ! fifteen pounds I am sixty-mnc years old but I'm in fine hnaltli tor a man my age and I'm working on tho fajriu every day." Tanlac is sold' in Barre by Cummings & Lewis, and by the leading druggist in every town. Adv. ngainst a common enemy in a more terrible European contest. "Grenfell, field marshal. "Colonel commandant King's Royal Rifles. "May 2f, 1!20, London, "1 St. James' street, S. W, I." The colors were received from Rev. Kdmund Banks Smith, chaplain of the post, by a color guard provided by the 22nd United Stntea infantry. As Chap lain Smith handed over tho colors the escort presented arms, in front of his quarters, a fanfare from the regiment al buglers marked the passing, and spectators, numbering a couple of thou sand, who were present on invitation, stood bareheaded. Then with the regi mental band playing a quickstep, the eolr guard wheeled into position' and, escorted by a" company of the regiment In trench helmets and field equipment,' paraded to the chapel. New York Herald. A Preferred Creditor. A man who had-been running a du bious business failed and at a meeting of his creditors all but one agreed to accept his four months' note for 10 cents on the dollar. The debtor took this man aside and by promising to make him a preferred creditor he won him over. When the others had departed, the man said, "Well, now, I should like what's coming to me." "Oh," replied the debtor, "you won't get anything, any more than the oth ers." "But I thought I was a preferred creditor." "So you are. These notes won't be paid when they fall due, but it will take the others four months to find it out you know it now, no you see you are preferred." Boston Transcript. Not Fond of History. Looking up from his history lesson, Bobby said, "Mother, I do wish I'd been bom in the time of Julius CVsar." "Why!"' asked his mother. " 'Cos then I shouldn't have to lean everything that's happened since." Boston Transcript. Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. Try An Adv. in tin Times' Classified Columns The Times DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT..' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 38, 1021. WOODBURY C. A. Thomas and II. were business visitors in .S. Benjamin South Wood- bury Mondar. Robert Davis is a guest of Mr. nnd j Mr. Neil Chaffee in North Calais. . Mrs. Olio Carlisle returned Friday j to her work in Waterbury. j Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Grey and two' children of East Calais were Sunday ; visitors of Mr. and Mr. G. A. Heath. John Hannigan, who has been se riously ill, is convalescing. The grammar school closed Tuesday so as to enable Mr. Heath to attend the convention at Barre. Mr. and Mrs. B H. Benjamin of, .South Woodbury were Sunday visit-( ors of Mr. Benjamin's parents, Mr., and Mrs. II. S. Benjamin. I Mrs. Maude Davis was a recent via itor in North Calais. "The Pt t LMt is Secure." Our job is to safeguard the future comfort of your family and incidental lv your ow'n. Consult us on income p'lans. National Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mu tual). S. S. Ballard, general agent, Ri alto block, Montpelier, Vt. Tsiolac Sold by The Barre Drug Co., New Park Theatre Bldg., E. A. Drown, 48 North Main Street. $1.00 per bottle igta" Beginning Closing Out Sale of General Store 25 Per Cent Discount in Dry Goods Department. 10 Per Cent Discount on all Groceries. 15 Per Cent Discount on Working and Dress Rubber Footwear. VVhitefield Overalls to close at $1.89 Working Frocks at, each 75c Will be a bargain for anyone who wishes to buy out my complete stock. A. Ccrey, General Store 1 Vermont . g r H j l7 : j r-Tjljj H Graniteville, PROFESSIONAL CARD " DR7EDWIN f. owlakd .ldc SURGEON 'j.A. MacCaskill, M. D. Practice limited to IXseasea of Infants and Children. OftVe hours : t to 10, I to 4. T to I. and by appoinuneot Room H. Mi1a GranHe Block. TeL MI-R. FRANK M. LYNDE DENTIST CURRIER Bt'ILDING, BARRE. VT. A Modern X-Ray Equipment BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HEADQUARTERS FOR RFLMBTE PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS, VICTROLAS. WNORA TALKING MA CHINKS. RECORDS. SHEET MUSIC Telephone 369-W, Barre, Vt DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHTSIC1AJ BLANCHARD BLDG. PboM: Office 705-W; Resideore. TOt-S. DR. A. H. SMITH Osteopathic Phsician :t KEITH AVtXt" Office Oaaed tatardar DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN l OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OT.ce Hmrm . Mum BwMtag Tain ii i MMrtua I OFTlcr HOI R.S : . . 12 m. mn4 1 -aa a, , t a. aw Hopaay. Taeadar. Tawadar aa4 fn4f 1 Better Be Vaccinated When the Children Cough, Rub Musterole on Throats ' and Chests No telling how oon the symptoms may develop into croup, or worse. And then'a when you're glad you have a jar of Musterole at hand to givs prompt, sure relief. It does not blister. As first aid and a certain remedy, Musterole is excellent Thousands of mothers know it You should keep a Jar in the house, ready for instant use. It is the remedy for adults, too. Re lieves sore thro2t, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheu matism, lumbago, pains and aches of back or joints,- sprains, sore muscles, chilblains, frosted feet and colds of tha chest (it often prevents pneumonia). Feb. 10 Vermont. iieininger DENTIST THOVB C. F..R0BINS0N, M. D. ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS Of"ce Honrs: 1 lo J T. M. and br aa pointment. Room 2. Uila GraniU Block. Telephone T99-R. LARSON and WELLS ARCIUTECTS and EXGIXEERS HANOVER. N. H. PERRY & NOONAN i UNEXCELLED FTNERAL FURNISHING! Hospital Aaabulaata fterriea Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot 5iuara. Ban Tel. coonertioa. 42t-W DR. H. II. HUNTER and GAGE & GAGE I rTTTROrR ACTORS Hour: Moaday, Wedneadar and PVtdar. to II a. m-. SO to I B. m. : Taeedse. Thunday and Saturday, t to t p. m. Moat-peii-r: Moaday. Wednwday and Friday, t to t p. ra. ; TvKwdsy. Tnunday aad b tar da?. 10 to 1 ra m RARK. VFRMONT I Phone fG:-W 1! North Main Street WE ALWAYS HAVE Just what ra ar tanhing for la tha lira ef Jewelry, sinrerware. eat glasa. etc. Am sis winery. ( Our watch aad rlork repair work roar- j oteed. , O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ?4 EI.M STREET I SOLE AGENT FOR BOSTON AMERICAN" V. H. G00DFELL0W : PIANO TUNTNti Leave r at Gc'rVrm s JeweJrr a fs rbMea: Stone. iJs-W . il i ;u i 4- M. First SENEFir P PAYING KEN! WHAT REAL BENEFIT rn xJy-l YOU GET PAYING RENT? The only benefit a man vets by paying rent is that after he has paid H for sev eral years and rot enough rent receipts to paper the side of a barn he can firure .-Jt how the same amount of money wouU heve hourht him a comfortable homo. We'll show yeo bow to buy a home with your rent money. Joel now we can show you some very comfortable homes ea very easy terms. TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE, divided In the X&rrJtSuwJrSZ'Z Horses, 11 Cows and lar: located f.r or five minutes walk from the poet office. A payment of 12 jO.01) secures it Price 1 1 500.00. . ... FARWELL STREET COTTAGE with lanre' garden ; aeven good home tor rent 1 142a. 00. f 100.00 down, balance i ELMWOOD AVE. HOUSE with two extra lots, six rooms and porch on two sides ; hn house : a good romforMhla home ; priced at IiZOe.00 with a 1200.00 payment. Is owned r a non-resident. BECK LEY STREET HOl'SE with one-h!f acre of land : Just outside the city. Price ! 11600.00; 1100.00, balance 116.00 perl month. MOPERN HOt'SE with alt hardwood flwi and finish i has been built nl a few rears and was built br owner as a home. Owned br non-resident Price 1300.00. Terms 11000.00. Located at Grant Ave. ONE OF THE PEST SMALL PLACES near Barre, with a set of buildings which eauld not be built for less than ISOOO.On. Splendid house of aeven rooms and excellent barn. There are three aerea of fne land from wMch a large income mar be dertred. Owned br a widow who cannot look aiter it. Price 1360 00. If thinking of a good farm, we can show you some good tradsa. Come In and talk it over. Barre City Fire Loss for 1S-20 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 BsUbltsaea ISM. BOLSTER BLOCK. BAKRi, VERMONT ?i 2720 This wrench nili fit twenty-four r.iil end bU on any ordinary csr, and nr-t a!l rt of a elf urtrr. Urine onr broken r ith onii- pary iapi' and it be refilaceJ, or money refuni J. 1'riee, W te-nt. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St. nsrre. VL 1 B! i1.M- dr rka II - T 1 ' - ' ' ' - - - s CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Three Lines for 25c Tk. TV. (M ..utl.l. Want. Los! V j tJ' o.i.. rt r . .t .hnrt dvf" i..... . .s. ,, rt ik?M line !" ...j. iv,. r-rmt Inaprtlnn sua ton cent lor tach KubswrueU inertion. HELP WANTED MALE riVjVE AN'npphRTliNITY FOR A t iii with ome ability a workman and t do some uraftinir and take ear a( c i,hi. .m, r V ft Barra Daily Times. 26511 V- WANTED Men with sellina ability; j are openintr new territory tcrcunu-jt ; Mie, ran place several nuiii , . j H. w.llc.e Inc. 81 Weat fat.. Kut.snd. Vt. iPfU B AVi wX -iiTif.ri wrTTbWANT ED Men, over 17, $135-$195 month, list poji- j ttons free: Franklin Institute, uepu ",..'"' Rochester, N. V. HELP WANTED FEMALE OFFICE GI RL VV A NTE D--6 ne" capable of estimatinit and taking- full charire of of fice, fine position for giri with ability; Hinman-BugLce Co., j.hone 622-W. 2!t2 WANTED Women for Eeneral housework on farm ; John C. Gibson. East Rye rate. Vt. 28tf' WANTED A woman fur "light housekeep- in; reply by letter to "J.," care Hms office, Barre; SW13 WANTED A middle aireTTad'y for a"houae- keerer by a widower and child on a farm : J. F. Roirers, R. F. D. 1. Box 57, South Royalton. Vt. 2DH9 WANTED AT ONCE Woman to do house work at Morrison Farm. 279tf WANTED-AT ONCE An "experienced ulrl to wait on table and attend to store trade, (rood waaea and steady job; apply to Pierce h Clark, Montpelier, Vt it MALE AND FEMALE HELP C'LBRKSPtY PISTS"? men,woinen7 "over 1 7 for government departments. 1120 month, previous experience unnecessary ; for free particulars of examinations, write Raymond Terry (former Civil Service Examiner!, 01 Continental Bld., Washing-ton, D. C. 28513 MEN-WOMEN WANTED I'nliniiteo " einl ployment aua-R-eated, -vrt "First Call to Work." (postpaid! : Aldia Owen Hall Foundation. Boston. Mass. z"3ts.l HELP WANTEEt-YouiiK men and women to take position" as attendants at the Ver mont State Hoepital for the Insane at Wa terbury: to those who dexire, an opportunity offered to attend nurees' train-n r-.urse! apply at Hospital. Waterbury. Vt 1 MISCELLANEOUS WOOLEN CLOTH For the boy. MOTHERS, yon can eot down the HIGH COST OF LIVING on your boys' clothina. We are sellina direct from ! the MILL. Stronir. durable cloth. Nice . line of pstterns to select from, suitable FOR ALL TII.K FAMILY. Write us for samples. ASUl'ELOT WOOLEN CO., GILSUM. N. H. DANCING CLASSES STARTED NOW Join anytime private Instruction by ap at 172 Main street phone pointment; cal) U-M. FARMS FOR SALE $1500 Secures 165 A. With (VM- poultry, hogs, hay. corn, oata, beans, potatoes. waons. harnesses. machinery, etc.: 800 sua-ar maples ; 2.000 cords woo J : I eurht-room house, barn ; aged owner's low nc, t45tM, inCud all. easy payments. Dt- tails page lij FREE Illus. Catalog U00 Haresina. Strout Arency. (54 B. S.. Van New Bldg., Burlington, Vt. 28tl FOR SALE --Farm of i"& acres, known as "the Maple Glen Farm." Cabot, Vt.. sugar orchard, fully equipped and up-M-dHtj ; for further particular inquire of E P. Wal- bridge. 2H. FOR SALE An ideal poultry or market garden farm, land in good stste of cul tivation, with some wood, two good bams. i one ncsriy new wum wiui i.n iitiuiiuii v. located In Barre City and only a few min tites" walk from car line, change of occupa. tion reason for selling; phone 183-5. N. G. Blanchard. 24t:' LIVE STOCK FOR SALE. FOR'SAtlRegistered "jersey- bull. ti years old: L. Hebert, N. E, phone SfS-4. ib8t6 FORAXEAniiicTeis-year-old Jersey ccw, tested and all rirht in every way. to freshen right off ; James Kelley, East Montptllerroad. Zf-tf VflH KALE -Ilolstein heUer. norn January IS; the mother of this full blooded Hoi stein (rave 0 of mils a day; all at Jacinto Cano's. Webslerville, Vt. talt WANTED TO BUY WANTED A bred sow. one that will far row between now and the middle of March, will pay cash : Mra. Henry Mon tan don. WestTopham.Vt. 284ts WANTED TO BUY Subject "to" test? thirty aew milch cows and nearby spHngera, Guernseys and Holsteins. must be of eitra auality and in good eonditioa ; John F. Ben iamin. Barre. phone 105-a !06tf RAW FURS WANTED We pay New York orires. honest grading and aulck returns: all shipments heid 10 days, subject te r I ran turn : have a large order for coon r..v fancy prtcas for coon. mink and fox o( fine quality ; C l Silver. Plainftrld. J47tf I Vt WANTED Orade HoUtein heifer calves, under four month preferred : must o tinder federal supervision ; E. A. Jones. Waitsfield. Vt 2T7tl'r WANTED TO BUY An odd mule, weirht armind l.Oufl pounds i F. M. Demaa, Wash ington. Vt ZESts LOST AND FOUND LOSTATfive dollar bllf In" the M? ETehorch Sunday evening: finder pic return tm Times Office and rVeeiv reward. 2KU TOULTRY TURKEYS Bronie Tom for breeden : Je s Webster. Northfield, Vt 285t6 CHICKENS FOR SALE One or a hundred, calf all day Satareay; A. A. Thome. South Barre. ifcst' I FOR SAIK A few Euwex pullets and coefc. j ereai ' E Carlelon. -1 Iltchiand avenue,' Phor.44!-M. ZMtfl HOUSES FOR SALE FOR PALE Six-room cottars house on i Washing-ton street all finwhed in ei-tiy ' birch. mr-Orn conveniences, rarag ev. : phoc I"t-R- -'t Ladies1 Petticoats h jut recoive-J a line of Ijidies' IVtt wet, in coV'rt. We cfler then at Hie low irir of $-.CO ouch. Tiny won't Ut loiij; at this jrice. Cum in and swihem. Lot Clara B. Shortt 4.V Matateld, Vernjort S7 . SJSZZZ? FOK SALE 1 X lit" MODEL FOkO COl.' .'.5 ViiH SAl.F Iict'n run two bua me r in ncJ ohci tlou, cim be scon in Barre: writo or pnono Wl.'lis Vennble, (i Wendell Pla-.i. Tuea-Frl.lt FOR "BALE iMiiavy tin "utp "buckets! wi it. iiiie; teliphone 643-W. J!Hutf FOlf SALE OJ? ' EXCHAN0BZ6n7horwi Hlld ed. 100 tin siin 1iti(kf-t n,i MimntHt I apply 241 rieasnt, Northfiold, Vt S85tJ i CLAPBOARDS' FOH SALE All Comulli ti Co. 'Mil ' FOR SALE Six h. i. enfrii.e. eircuiar mw, I pair vork hiirncHsm, evaporator and Kleitfh; W. S. Bmilii, Wattiiiurton, Vt., na : Oranite Co. telrnhone. 2itli al'KING SALE Two ridine ruitirtorti, tit each : two fj-f t. mr,wers. SG8 ch : w V-ft. mower. $76; l.OOO-ttj. ire crraia earloi-. $!0i i 750-lb. the. tl(:5; thu are al! new irood.'i and warranud ; A It. Batchelder. Fluinheld. Vt. ZS4tj FOR SALE A Leader mapie URar evapora tor, V?. ft. Ionic. In first-class condition. .Price 5M iply nt farm or write Leland ltl ' VCll SALE - One Abattoir scale and "trarli ! outfit, nearly new. reaon f r ael!ir;ir Mnve two j J'.dwara iioiw. houth Huyaltnn. Vt. FOR SALE 50.000 to 60.0(10 feet of lo delivered at Phelm' sawmill. Wanhini'ton street, Barre : for particular addiew Lo-k ' rr,e 1111 h., i Drawer 404 or phone 4CS. Barn, Vt. mil ,FOK SALK Male fox iwiinrt, 8 yearn old, ! W1"11 trte' I a-ood atnyer, price riitht; Frank Maui, 44 Prook St. or phone 734. 282U SCrtAR "TOOLS, STLOS, FARM MACHIN ery, nine farm, four houKes. hay, liirhtinj pliintji, fumacea for sale; C. H. Adams, .louth Barre. phone 327-X. 27Stt FOR SALE Granite cuttinc plant. Hard'. wick. Vt ; write E. R. Fletcher, Wood t'try, Vt 2c0ti FOR SALE Cedar posts'. M lizen and Montpelier. 277tf prices : J. L. Buck, East telephone Montpelier 388-W. BUY YOUR MONUMENTS at wholesale prices. You need not pay any more If you. buy direct from the manufac turer. We own and operate our own plant, and we set monuments In any part of Ver mont. Drop us a postal. We will be glad to show you our designs and talk it ove w:th you any time. J. O. BILODEAtT A CO.. INC.,' J Barre, Vermont FOR SALE Block and second growth preen wood, delivered at Graniteville, Bouta Barre and Barre: also few runs of dry wood and dry chunks ; James Keller, phone 419-M. 282tl FOR SA.LE Dry wood and also chunk wood: telephone 6-M. 252t DIMENSION LUMBER-FOR SALE Alain boxing boards, prices right; F. E. Down, ing, phone 144-W. 282 FOR SALE A pretratlonfor cleaning granite and marble monuments : brightens op the lettering and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new. guaranteed: price on application : James Sullivan, 114 Parte street, Barre. Vt let horses and vehicles slickrTvinghak Harness Harness Harnsa Harness Harness now. . now. . now. . now. . .J19.00 . 24.00 . 25.00 127. 50 JJS.id) IS'i.OO $35.00 27.00 29.00 now . Everything Marked Down. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. COLTON'S PLACE (4 State Street Montpelier. Vermont Saw Wood Think what it is for the Kaiser I W have all the necessary articles to help yon do the sawing- and ran furnish at onca most any sort of circular saw frame, drac saw frame, blades, heltiiur. etc Also a good stock of engines to choose from. At few good trades in second-hamd engines. Circular aawa. complete, from ttf up. Our repair department is at your service. Remember the first week in March is Na tional Repair Week. Do your repairing; then and perhaps you will get by without buying new. Send us your list of repairs. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140 Orange Co. Telephone HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Teriment of five room, to hi vacant 'March 1. I1L0O per month: ln auire of George T. Durkee, 120 Orchard St., 2S6US phone 429-Y. TO KENT Nice warm room with house privileges, girls or man and wife; Com' munlty House. l Spauldinr St 283tf TO RENT A desirable upstairs tenement at 16 Seminary street: inquire downstairs or telephone MontpelierS48-. 279tf TO RENT Furnished room at 9 En? tern avenue, phone 644-W. 279tf TO" RENT Ore five-room and one four room tenement :' Inquire of Mir. J. T. Callaxhan, 44 Park street, phone 174-W. S7SI T6RKNT Tenement of four rooms in tha block. Smith Piaee, Maple Ave., 1)0 a month, to May 1 : Smith Bros. 28!tf JO "RENT Upstairs tenement at 48 East street, rent $12: O. L. Woodworth at Candy Kitchen, phone177-M. 17SiJ TO RENT- Tenement at 82 Merchant street also four tenemenu on wmey street, all la fnt-rles shape: mMem improvement ent I s.'lj Cea. W. Mann. 4 Wellington strjet WANTED U'iNTEDWork oxen and cows Gussmsn. Noahfield. Vt., telephone. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER AND typut desires position in or near burr town, at present working in Springfield. Mass.. but desirous of obtaining petition nr.rer home, best of refeTiicei furnished, tw years' experience: for full particular writ Mas Helen Rodd. 884 Main St., pnr.E. field. Maas. iil WANTED Two of three h. p. serord-nana - electric motor in runnine condition: a4 dress Lock Draaer 44 or phone 40S, Parr. Vt w-t WANTED A good second-hard ci'culsr n and table fur sawing cord wood: ad. nrs Lock Drawer 464 or phone 402, Parr. Vt WANTED TO RENT TENFMFNT WITH MODERN COVVENIKNt F.S IN CENTRAL LOCALITY' BY YOUNO BUSINTSS MAS WILL PAY GOOD R:NT !T.'K THL' RIfiHT PLACE; KKLY TO "Q.." CAKK nVfS. 274tf FRESH EGGS WANTED W yuarantet two cents doren above market price (or hWK-i-rade roods : rlt to Milforrf Tro- i .,.. - r.naicot. ox-, imwi. ,i-. - " Dissolution of Partncrvhip The parnr'nin known u ilie ,:ien Lum. bM. doing a genera! luir.lvr ard build- matrrial btnioBS. has iV CL"V beea i dissolved by mutual eoisent.. E. .'. Allea has retired and ! herehy relieved e.f all re- .pona.biUty. The C. J. Allen eut will I carry on the b:iins -a l.m".nfor, collect I Ing and pa-yiK M au ,:,d cKrd hr I"" E.O. AM-EV. C. J. ALLEN FTATS. Feb. 15. 1K1.