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ABOUT THE STATE
Happenings of Interest from Different Sections. Wnterfonl voted $500 at the annual ,,iwn meeting to help ree the Water-ford-Littleton toll bridge. The 45th annual meeting of the Ver mont State Dental aoeiety will be held in Rutland March 17 and 18. Beginning April 1, the price of milk in Middleburv i to drop from 15 cents a quart to 10 cents, and from eight to nix cents a pint. Officials f'f the Central Vermont rail ivav are a arid to have stated they think the talk of the removal of several train from the main line is only a ru mor, without a'ny foundation, and that so far as they know no action of the kind is to be taken. A unique union servioe of Protestant churches was held in St. Albans Friday at noon in the chapel of the First Con- L creeatioiml church to afford an oppor- tunny ir ie pwuic " -offer "their pravers for Mr. Harding at the. same hour that he was taking the oath of office in Washington. It was Mr. Harding's desire that such prayers be offered. , t naHmnteH that damage of about $10,000 was done Thursday night when a furnace exploded in the home of O. L. Oridley, manager of the Na tional Acme company in Windsor. Mr. Oridlev, who had just returned from Florida, started a fire in the fcirna.ee and then went to the hotel to indulge in a game of checkers. During his absence Hip explosion occurred and it was of sufficient force to carry a large part of the furnace skyward through c. ..,! n,i,l floors. Windows were brUen and the south side of the lmdlv wrecked. Mad been in the' house at the time of he accident occurred. fatality mignt nave Hosea Pase of Oroton has kept a record for the last 1 years of the date on which he boiled the first sap of the Mi-raring season. For nine years, since 1)1 the record include the depth of snow-at the time of the first boilin? and the date when the last boiling took place." The earliest season recorded since ' 1005 was 10H, when sugaring commenced March 15. In that year, too, thre was the lightest snow record ed eiHit inches. Tn 1007, Mr. Page did not, boi il until Aoril 7. I.at year siuca.- in opened with the hMvie-t snow sjnro . !.!':; 7VT i'bMfed flrV morning, aa my back would pain me Vnp March -21: 1!WW. March 30: 10n7.,BO 1 would almost fall over when I March 2!': inns. March 2.".; 1000. Anril i woui,i first stand up in the morn- 1010. March 21: .'!. Apm i; Murch :i. 1" inen "now. -." .ril April 1; April -Jti, 1U3, March i: s inc'ic inc'ic. 1014, March 1", 101.". March 2.' 101R, March ?,0 20 in"hei, 11 inches, 24 inches 10 indies, April 17 April 21: 1017. March 20, nril 27: 101", Ma rcn. ai. April 1": 1010. M-irHi April 1?; 1020. March April 20. 20. 2d. ntl inches. Dean L. B. R. Briggs at Middlehiiry. At i.l.ltK,rv ATnrrll 7. lan I.. II. t..;.r '- n( Harvard uniterait V dcliv ' z" .. . . i pi,; on i id the a'HIt'C" ar i m- . 1 1 1 .1 1 iiia iMH'P" "':'"'"" i Kanpn ci.lh'!;i' Saturday mornili nokc on "I.ca'.lin2 One lean unci: Own Life" j t the urpent rcfj-.c-1 ot me S..IC1.MJ of th- buidinsr fo the I'llsirims. Seven members of the das of 1021 were in - itiated into tbe .occtr. Ill" goioen trev was al-d pontovrcn on rrotcsir i Tlenri Pierre Williamson dc Visme. PROFIT-SHARING SCHEME. Owner'a Van;'hin5 Margin as Profiti Increase. Austin IIopkinon's experiment of making it iu;te certain, as he told thel Mouse of Common the otuer na, 'that in no circumstances" should the "iippallinc fate" of becoming a million-j aire ever overtake him, baa introuiiceU in industry an entirely new principle llu. rl. 'finite limitation of the income t ., .. . I .. - nm,,lint in llill I ! inc ciiip.iij. iv. ... - " I case, less than lie actually riceivcu ur - ,lnuhiM v verv , , .i i I.., mi.rht in lien ics.-, n- , m" e--- now obtain if he wished. ' tin. t. inner exp.-, " ,.- i e .-..r. h, tri.l tbeiin that uro.tuotion was as high as it ror a """' ,. experiment at the licit minin ma- (hinerv works in l.anca .hire of work- ,' . 1 .!,.... nr., nii.lnlitdrV lllfr snoru-r iio.u- - - - . ; in tl'P wane hiici pa..M .......... than the district, rate. I lie luniicr ex- i-uWu.-ed in nerimeiit. winch v.as Murrb. added .1 novel scheme of 1 iirofit - - ...i.:..i. l. n.,.,.,u.l iliut at'f - MiniuiK. i" - . . . ' creased i-rofiis are not to add to his ' f .i f ii in tun in en iH i ii 1 1 in ..... in,',,,,.,. 'Tor the scheme uicrcn.es .1...., nmiuimi In nunc, in- ired to nunc, lie t Id the in.'ii. "in a e.mt .nuanv (jrcai- r , ratio u in a point when tiie whdcj ! the imrcj-e' pr. nt go to )" If the profit is at the rate of ,0 pounds a ear. Mr. jiriiKiii-ii ""' line.tetiths ant his men one-tenth, "n the seeiiiid I'll p'.'inds he takes eiht- t.nths anil b - m.ii 1 mo lei'tli ; oil the! third H" jiound.- -evcn tenll.s, and si! in. ' TrofiU he kfin a the net profil after paying all lMrj;,'. cotnmi-sinns. j rates, taxes, , t pre st .in-, and five js-r cent n c.ip tal The b i ir- cf nrk ure 4 4 a week, and oirrrimc is tnl worked e-' pt in an cni.'rp'ncy. j I'art i ; ai ; ui in any in lu-trial d j.iite ditti'i"! t(i,ard the improvement i f wipe or ..rkiri2 er-rd :m is net to preiudii-e hi- men in any way. pro-tiil.-d it i atitlior.iej hy the rrcoiit :.! ,icial, tin' if t-re i a ...j.,.a-e of work on p'lti.al prmm i-. or in 'fP" s tion to the r l. r of tlie union an , tli..r:tie. he re-en the richt to can r, 1 the who.- w heme. li n-.-ne th l.olii'e r.ht al- to rr.fi or d Hi!- m-n. -yj, seh.m.'." he sai l, in an inter- iew i'H a repr'nt-ve 'f the '. (ener. -U-tT-ra f r..m M -i:.r-. The ct.I tsrv pr ifit-shsrinif - Sme is Intro ti.i.s t'. ui'rcj-e 'titV'lt. en I ice .!, nt llv to m-rea th inne !( r-e e;n-l-loter. Hiit thi i. a d:c. fr .! (e, a-iT,c riv iiHi'tri. and it t n t an ir.c.f,-.'e t.i men h' ar already i.. nj - n H a. c - 1 ' 'hem t . t . ,, ni-.r.-. Vv tii-n 4-jr.t.s t .r .n.Jt iin an .' )h rtf"-ll-. e..-r; i.rr.l. ii-V.'il arv kar "f p'"f- - I w a- H S s n a- - 1 h V lf''." nak't.f r-. : t nt i - rr !" in i t went " Vr -V-I e ., ! I a n t i.i't ,f e m sr. ''ui at' !. S i g j i-t AC. BILLMAN, of Indiana, who say TxnUc is urtquei tionably the greatest medicine he ever heard of. "It putu me back op my feet after I had practically given up all hope of ever being well again," he states. ft . w 'Tanlac is unquestionably the great est medicine I ever heard of. After I had practically given up all hope of ever being well again, it put me right back on my feet, and I am feed ing one hundred per cent better than I have for twenty years. I have (Tulnorl ten nounds in weight, and I every one says I don't look like the person. "For several months I suffered from a serious stomach disorder. I had no appetite and couldn't eat enough to keep up my strength. Very often when I sat down to a meal I would leave the table without touching anything scarcely, a I could not bear the sight Of food, much less eat it. "I was losing in weight and my friends would often usk r.ie. 'What is wrong with yout Why are y-u look ing so thin?' 'I also suffered terribly with pains across the small of my back and over mv kidneys. It was almost imptmi- t out ci bed in tin . At night my buck pained me ,..., :m..iW. for me U "o n " i"'""' hlocl). 1 wou Id lie first on one sule iand tbcn on tiie other, aud would roll 'given up and thought mayl)e my ag j was acainst mo, a- I had taken so n:any different kinds of medicine without re.-ults. -The first bottle of Tanhw didn't I help me much, but l maae up inj !to give it a fair trial. Alter the second bottle 1 bopan u im l...f - . ,v. Mv appetite returnea ana n ....... t ij uii u-.t i,ist lookea liKe i mum ...v (ir im,al time to come. In fact, I was , aU the time. me any more, and I can sleep like now. ..niao ),a.i just cjmply made. f A anv nM IVing ; - ' .i in this county can ten .vim ! thing, as every dv knows me aim knows the shape I was in. The above Ktatcmcnt was made re cently by A. C. HiUman, of Litfoiiier, , X :M Vrtl,l llnd. Mr. liillman nas nv .'."- Conty all his life and is a well-know n t highly reepootd citin of tnat county. ! Tank i Tan.,r in liarre by Cumining . , 5 anfi hv the leading druggist i in every tow n.- -Adv. u. j....i to ,ln what iney ne ther tln.utrlit was un-ir in v.iJj'ein- bis reason for niakin? . .-(- - ,...,;, i..ta,i , ..t;;r. were coum no inn - quite satisfactory, uc sai, ...a-..... the resii t of ti'. Iine tnat Tiiry nr - - . ,v , , WRS -; ... , . ... .I... noiino i" r - and also to trv to pet away from the theory that the employer is no on..-. 'llian his men. The only way in in- . , .. ..i.:.. i. . .mnk.ver can justify Ins. position as a leaner is i.v nt im tntinj: hs men in pexiinr as mucli a muni as in- n. .. . i.. . ., - 1 .,wl,,n iiTwerer Another Reviaion. When r"a.hiin enter the door. o:n flr in .t,r window-. Boston Transcr.pt. wearaa at fo.iim a3 & HERBS Over I Million TsbWt Tskeai P.ity Is tout syxitty. coveted wita pi Bles? I yow coaiplcsioo saUow. Da you arrih a clear, rosy, .yes, tw spve-'sns. ,rr Win. tO TOO. cosnaleaioa. bright which heal-h an If you d. tak. at NATIVE HtkBS b'd ten a BLISS 7 A Ft ET. Thry -1 fee'ry but tirmly STCVACH. LIVER. KIDNEYS aad kOWFU. Trey remnv th.t waste tnatter wM.b ,a,.-.e PIMPLES BAD BREATH. HEART Ft'RN. INDIOFSTION. CON. bTlPATION. MONET-BACK CUABe ANf EE in ih boa. A. O. BLISS CO, WASH, D. C II Plating -- Polishing - Silvering We 'e in a f-.iti.rn to d. Nkkl. .hrr. . !d. t.ffr and I'ra I'lat-intf-. a'o to p.ii-h and la.-iw-r ail ..r-s cf rr,e', Mirror rrn'r t. ,:- S nd n your rk. THE G. S. I5LODC.ETT CO, INC, leo-.oo Eatk St, Barl.tB, T! B1.ISS THE BARRE Worthy of a Yankee. I An American "doing the sight in . Kdinburg arranged with the hotel boy. to show him around the city. It was a hard task to raise any spar of appreciation of the ancient relics in hummed and hawed, disparaging every- thin compared with what they had on iiiu "uici ....:. . "What's that for?" he asked present ly, pointing to a passing vehicle, carry' ing an enormous bar of iron. ! A glint came in the juvenile eya as he answered airily: "They're building a new hotel up the road, sir, and that 'a the kitchen poker." Chicago News. L Try Musterole. See How Quickly It Relieve3 You just rub tin sterole in briskly, and usually the pain is gone a delicious, soothing comfort comes to take its plrce. Musterole is a ciean, white ointment; made with oil of mustard. Use it instead of mustard plaster. Will not blister. Many doctors and nurses use Muster ole and recommend it to their patients. They will gladly tell you what relief it gives from sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum bago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet colds cf the chest Always deoendable. Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. Try M Adv. in I he limes 0f0tOH.fOyOmTO IMAGO AAASSS4tVfVVVVff T" BS' Coumns DAILY TIMES, BARRE, Jacking Them Up HOPES VERMONT WIT J. AY) 7 TAKE irirw A Pn CTFP IS ALjti.tr A IxLt JIM i t e Matter of Eeradication of Tuber- the State. conn,(.lio with U)e ,M)virie UlheT. .j.,;,, Kil (H74i nrovul- ing for an appropriation of $200,000 Utter revived recently by State Com-, tniailoner of Agriculture K. S. Brig-1 ham from William C. Woodward, M. ! fnrmer health eommiesioner of the District of Columbia and now health commissioner of Boston, which derives . -j ...... t it., n,iL- tiiiniilv a consiaeraiuo ji i -"rrv from the state of Vermont, will tie oi to oecrcase me i..... . . interest- country, but rather to increase it and Mr Dear Mr. Brigham:' As one who to cheapen it. since a healthy cow ; may has been more or lets eloely ideutinedjbe expected to yteld durinv '"" with improvement in the mniurr con-! life a larger volume of milk for a given ditions aurrounding the production and ' amount of labor, .h-u.injr sale of mdk during the past 25 years, than ran a cow infected by tuber and a. one who is now responsible for miosis. The market value of the off the health of the citr of Boston, which spring of herd, free from tubern.lo. a derives considerable part of its milk : must be reckoned with, too. a i an a. -supply from the state of Vermont, Tditional factor ,n increasing that bal siricerely hope that nothing may be ance that will ultimately stand on the a,. Am n the nroeress that has ! credit side of the ledger as the result ),0n m.,1. toward the eradication of , of tuberculosis from the dairy herds of Vermont. It has bn established, it seems to that bovine tuberculosis is com-j municable to man and that it w cer tainly responsible for a very large part of the tuberculosis of bones and pUnds that occurs in the human race. It is commonly belieed that bovine t iibrrMikia is responsible for but lit tle, if any. of the pulmonary tii!i-roiilo-1 sis that is so common, but certainly j ti, ,rd has not been said tllion I this point and future research may I tnis pomi. mi iii....r ,,' fompel us to revise our jump"" '" adnntM for th h m) nation I iuiht- rulofir, trom T.ie nmiy hhb nallv have a very tronr" impression that the wcrk thatj lis been done alontr this line, plus the jrencral pasteurization of milk, has ac-; eomplished somethin? toward that end. j I am not ienorant of the argument that i sometimes dan'-ed. that so lonjr as psteiir ttion ot mn' is mi-i-ed upon, the elimination of tuberculous rattle from dairy herd i not neees isrr: that i. 'hat pasteurirntion should I" relieil upon to destroy itifee tion. Such a e.itr of ls-ic would lead, of course, to the continuance in the dairy herds even of cows with tu- herculotw udders, and would yustity or ..riue the continuance in act-ve nairy ;Mn of b7e .ml K.-"'' ?M 53?- .Jr t i raanif Trt TIP nilTTlHUr. Ill- i-ni H. 1 'TlrnnA . Itamrn uw. i' ir-ai .. - i J (laaTlir Irltl UlWNr. work of persons suffermfr trnm ecariet(v Sold by The Rarre Dru Co., New Park Theatre Bld.,.E. A. Drown, 48 North Main Street. $1.00 per bottle PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. EDWIN F. owlavo bldg. sURGKON J. A. MacCaskill, M. D. PracMe limited ta IMs. ssf Infanta a4 ChiMrwt. CSV. kouni t t 1. t U 4. t to . ". br rp taasat. Room 1. Mil. Crnlt Blork. TA W-K DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYIClAi! BLANCH ARD PLtKJ. FbsM.: OfTlea. TOS-W j Rld T9l-. BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS HrarxafARTFRS reiR ntrt' riAN(.-i PLATFIt nAVTU, VICTrJOt AS 8UNORA T!KINcs MV CH1NE-S. REvOBDS. FHEET MUSIC Tekphon jGGD-VV', Barre. VL "WE ALWAYS HAVE " j j,t mf.t rm ar. lorin for la Uv. lina f j.welrr. ilrwalT. lut lM, c A .-.'onerr- . . Oar sratcfc iM clora rvpair arnar" t ante. O. J. DODOE. the Jeweler U Fla STRKET ni c AOrNT FOR "BOSTON AHERICAJT ' DR LEWIS D. MARTIN . a-'Ik. ai. . . OSTEOPATHIC rlllblL.AsN ,i. p. v: T.1t. Thurv.y nd rwtor 0Vw i- Roow. S M Vw IksitdiBa u. I tr I r. sa. a. aa. -. la-sdaf. TWwaay and rn-na VT.. MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1921. fever, diphtheria and typhoid fever. Ortainlr aueh a course in unthinkable. Pasteurization will be ncceosary in any rnt b'" the elimination of tu- ,rrriiloicst cow from dairy herds will not rln iwir with the danger of infec tion from other sources, such as from persons having typhoid fever, scarlet fever and diphtheria. But in view of the weakness of human nature and of the difficulty of absolutely im-uring the proper pasteurization of the entire milk supply of any large city, pae- typhoid fever and from diphtheria, from the dairy farms, and by the e .m- ination of cows suffering from tuber miosis. Incidentally, if I may be allowed to venture an opinion, the adoption of the iorl tnherriilin test will not tend , .t :n, .f t, of universal tuberculosis testing. Airain expressing the hope that no backward step will be taken by the slate of Vermont with respect to this matter, T am Yours very trulv, William C. Woodward. Health Commissioner. MOTHER GRAY'S POWDERS . BENEFIT MANY CHILDREN Thousands of mothers have found Mother Cray's Sweet Powders an excellent m ,.dy for children complaining of heaoacnesi. wrwnrn.-Agv Ladies' Petticoats We have just received a lina of Ladies' Petticoats, in color. We ofTer them at the low price of $2,110 each. They won"t last long at this price. Com in and tee them. Lec & Clara B. Shortt Marshfieid, Vtraoat HEININGER DENTIST TBOW' w LARSOX and TLLS ARCHITECTS and EVOIXEERS HANOVER. N. H. PERRY & NOONAN VNEXCrt l FD FTNFRL Fl'RNTSHINGS Hoapltal Ambulsac Cnvte rt.tm FTNFRsL Fl'RVTJ Hospital Ainbulsac Kerrle. Undertakers and l.irrncpn r.mna pipn a v-. , rvpot feniar. Barr Tel. connsction. :t-W DR. A. H. SMITH Osteopathic Physician Xt KEITH AVy3.TR Otlr CbsMsl Saturday. DR. H. II. HUNTER CAGE? GAGE CHIPOrRACTORS cwr. : Vssday. Wednesviay and Friday. iTh.r,d.y .d ..v. i p I - u...i w.ern.r! .nd ft day. f f m 11 a. m . " to p m. ; Ta4y. T ii ,cr vrtsnvr rbco. " lt orus Kaia strass) I I ...- I Times. . I ESTATE OP MARCUS BOUTWELL NICHOLS n nonoraoif r ivuia-wa: vwum trlrt Aforesaid! T. ';VT1u1,I,bSS1 NiS 1. the .tte rf tor Lct. deciaitd! ; rnmc ' In .aid diatnet, daa. AREA'S, application. hath been to thi. court in writing, by the ad- anneaed. nra -inir for license and authority u'" "r'.. ' 7!. - ., - ;i r . miniairauir ae ounw y e. llrnoKnein. vi. o.julu - to sell all of real estate of .old Je-uased y $150 MONTH VlttA - c. ;tae '41-12. wit: Situated In the City of Barre. in ai cioriM. nunure,.- "- IT; u, . ' SHOE KEPAI would he beneficial to the hein and all per- DPt. 4K9 N.. Rochester. N. Y. sona intereatfd In the estate of aid de- earn 16 TO 12 WEEKLY addrassintr mail- ceaaed, to veil aid real eatut and convert, ,nl circuHrB srnrc time at r'""'- the Borne Into money. ,'otructlonn 25c; Mailera List Co., 6651 8tn And brinBin(! into court th. cor-nt an.! g Detroit. Mich. 8Mtl I approbation in writing, of .11 the Mr. t WANTED fordetirtive-workr.xH- aid cBtaU residing in thia atate. and .-.t-. Mf waniwj ' ,. Ganor, f or - ting forth the ituation of the real eiuiwv WHEIIEUPON, the aid Court appointed .nd aaaianad the 10th day of M:h. 1321. ' at the probate office in Montpelier In wui diatnet, to hear ana Ceeme upon wm mv- plication and petition and ordered that pub-1 He notice thereof to be given to all persons inwrawu in,,r..., -j . together with the time and place of hear- ing, three weeks successively tn rne'wspar which cbcuTaiea nrhood of thoee persons inter-1 estate, all of which publics- the Barre Daily Times, in the neighborhood ttons shall be previous to the day assigned . for hearin. THE REP ORE, you .r. hereby MA to! appear before said court, at ine iun place assigned, then and there in said eourt, to make your objection w :t rrai Urv of such license, f you see cau-e. ! f.i.wi iinrir m hand at Montpelier In. Feb21-2MarchT ESTATE OF HECTOR M. AUSTIN SUteof Vermont. District of Washington, s. The honorable probale court for the d . . . . i ,-. m ! Twruni interested in the estate oi iuc.r a. - Marshrield, in sa.14 district, oeceaaeo, bwci' . . - . . . ING 28th day of' March next for examining 40 . , A. . xeu . r. . J -A I. . iMrurf .n 1 of the estate of said deceased, and lor ,j .he residue of said o-tata to ann k I mvi n n ine ncruun - .nd fhe lawful claimeutU 01 me same, ordered that public notice thereof be given U) ail person iiiiiraw. ... pun,,...,,, w.- . . ,K.'un.v..rnyrW BarrT "KSIr Tim", a nTspaper pub- j SThS at CUT if Ba'ar In said district I THEREFORE, you ar hereby ncslinea t appear at ine prooai unn- , jjjtj p wa N I r.i uniinr m-n nn w..,,.. peller in said district, on th day assigned. uk(, nition, alternant at th Ver then and there to contest the allowance ' mBl sut, Hosnlral tnr th Insan at Wa ot said account if you see cause and to ,,r),urr . to tv,,,,, .ho deslr. an importunity eatah IsH ycr rini as nnrm. : lawful claimants to said residue. filven under my hand, thia 6th day ot March. 1RANK T martin; 'JuJiw. UarT-14-21 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE E6TATE OF LEWI9 E. PARKER Ti.. .m.ralirnrd. havinff been aiiixiintea by the honorable probate eourt for th dis trict of Washington, commissioners, to r trict of W astunston, commissioner., v eeive, exsmin and adjust the claim and d. manda of all persons aBsinsi wie ''- - ; H1rv!TTTr-wrvc: AND FirrviN'. A' I.ewla E. Parker, late of Town f Barro, to i ' T4rpMKvT Ft any msehlne. easilr said district, deceased, and all claims Mh , ., ui prir, s M, proT.l e.-es 1" set in offset thereio. hereby civ notir that i p Bridcman. Box BBt. i.f- w. will meet for th. puro. aforesaid. ';'?"" yk. mtlf of Charles F. Ayer, In the Trwn i. ,h. time limited by said court ior ssiu " ' ... j endivors to present their claima to us for .J llnvcanea. Dated at Town oi ilarre, tni iia oaj Marth A. D. 1M1. JAMES HOWE, CHARLES If. AYER. MarT-14-l Commissioners. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OP FRANCESCO JANM'ZZO " - . h,T?he VXZU SlaaE a truTT ifrrTwn! in said district dereosed. and all clslma ex - hibited in offset therto. hereby iv notice that w. .,11 mrt for th. purpe afore-.id at tlmffi:t' twn ci iirv, ... - - -- - day of March ana uui a.y oi uu , 7m 1 a alivl n until oeiors p un arh of said day and that six month from th. 15Ui day of January. A. V. l'f'-l. the time limiKi ' " , said creditors to pr sent their claim, to u. u .mmiiln ud allowane. alien an! ailowanc. . ".VIT ,DV sl'inv Dated at March. A. V. irti- . . . , f c- r . a'AK 1 J f f. . 1 ... unni..., . i L'E-c -i :M4isjnci rnrTuvtasioners. Mar7-H-2t PERSONAL AFFORD 7 YrMj hv b-n thinkiiif for a lone Www About ovninB your rwn home, Wt irrw.- L . .. i. .1.. Ama (hit count.. Whll. i.a n.. rent rou ie jtift . fa .k. .eeomoliahment of the mirchaao . the rouse , o BrTh 'nTO o7 U ' r.rh Mr'kin, in P.rre: ? o" w a m.. un'til 8 o'clock p. m f-"'nUeeT,h'ue-n.hc; on each of ..id day. J .nd that .... ---- wh-lf. wheeK -J inim mv i. . . w ' i . . h .. . u a, r mi,',., . . . . . . r'ii" , ;th is an weai rce -'L " n KttJ Pitmans. knives, etc.. for our - 1 if intereste. writ to Flace. car Hr ( " H . k I frvAr that H WHO CM I BUY a k.n ou wer. irarrted Lt nm si.rt y.V:. T,rkini strain cf S. C toward horn omn. Her. rj some Clieni niuni -- - - - k.n . WAfHINHTON STRF.FTT RESrT'ENCE i"i!;r than r. ha. TOO to Pick from. 11. .11 hardwood fi.rs : eirht nsfms. ar-, ' J ' pitry plant in norths Vermont, ranred so part can b. rented ; wiM rxfxk : rHene. In line r.rel.nt. hea ted br liawnrr mmM.. tion. with hst or surrau h bt rt irrain. ;r : wlj al, thrw minute.' walk from Hotel rood view ; lrr barn alTordinc Kit. I. room for four car.. Thi. property shsrald .11 for st least 11.090, but to mnrr w deeirotsi of wllinc at once ami allow us toj k-t it for I. tX. WooM about oeie balf rash, balanc ftv per cent. ON EASTTRM AVKNl'E we n. a Try dwirsbkr l. hi-room bo is with case anl hen ho.. for A very chme Uac. tion only on. rninut. from Mauiewson chool. A fin plae. to rent few mom. SOUTH MAIN STREET HOIPE of wa ,(k ma nrict for tw. cars. i. located on paved s'rret : ha. rr- ! -ntl bm put ta .wllent rwralr h. .4 ! aad out. fiwroundinr see ami and tn. loc.ti.m such that it m aecibl. to -ran. I lt n int. in tn Oii m run ' - - .w. nty. .me tt . tn. i. a nn. nlac. if iw c-ed ta tak. boarder. Prr IS.SiO. ood torin. ONIY II 4e FOR HOrSF.. RARN AND larr parr! of ked on Urs-vs aretiaw Houm ba. i ro.rw; I. Iwhled: and tll,r, , .nod barn. Th land produe. tir. Yon will b snriNrd at so much for the prie. KMX. STRETT HOfE of si. room.. I.M. ra wood barn and -ra lot Prw on'y fl, with a paysnsmt of iOa dowa. bal ance n reau now c be per tb T W w-i.l att Pettrr call at Yom .uiw'y ran buy It-.-. Wk IKit It " . ia any way w c.n owce. SRWpIyWn Three Lines for 25c I - A i Th TlwlH r,Mhh Jan. . - . . 4 v -. injtn.iwu sw , . , h ,ubserueU insertion- r - Z,n . y jlgTp WANTED MALE j 11 ' . f.i " fsted for tuberculosis: n i.fl.,j r iHitn I " ., d..ttiv gt. I.oub. mtr U. . gov i onecuv.!, o MBr5.lz.j9.2 . W ANTED-XP'" L"to vt : wages p.u, - . WANTED First.'-las automobile mechanic, OO not apply unions -uu Palace Garage, Barre, Vt. T) vt v j l 1 , RAILWAY IL CLFRKS WAN! Man over 17. ''" X Dept. 4 tions free : Franklin Institute, Dept. 4 WANTED- po.,. 490 M. ! 277t26 Rochester, N. Y. rrp VV 4 NTET1 FEMALE I - i WANTED" AT ONCE-Housekeepcr. fonr i,i;l u J2 , irn : Or B. I ! -hB.M. Vt V9t6 : " " . -. . - j.1 iocs ted m ' center of 'twain'; address M". Schn ! Hey Bradford Vt. 2diV WANTED-Carhl-we,."n for reneral i.'..' . i, Lt .n4 steady em- Hoyment to riirht narty ; address, stating ... I-.... .. t. as ,N .TnKUO. 1U u, f-helftM Vermont. -""-- rhelsea. Vermont. W-ANTFT) AT ONCE An exnrinrd e-iri i r.ll l.h n .nn STTnQ I) lO'r ' " i red watre- and .teady Job : apply to PIJ7 t. Crb Mnnlneller. Vt g5T i . - - MALE AND FEMALE HELP WANTFT An Viierneed' waitress st Tavern. Wells River, Vt. aivii WAVTF.n T'"Hr"it lnyen .led. r TJrst Ca WOTV (ptr-idM Aldh Owen H.l! Frv,indtton. F"stm. M'ss. r.!. " r,r.rt tA sttenA T"irss imir nj -''" prly at Hosoltal. Waterhury. Vt. 11 JTTSrETvLANEOTTS HOl'SE PAINTINn ANT) PAPERHANr.rNfl piare yonr order for ontide rintii now: .Irh C. Doda-e, 160 South Main f t. Phone 2M-X. BUY AND SKLL- Furniture, sfuve. crc V ery. uns. - . mv r'lee b-'"-' "- i lpc ; ins secmi ...u - Ma!n st f'w . . . . .. rMtr.. siAr hone on-r. or ..... . ..o tn. ' c-Tif H'iTT P1PFT? PATNT iR!t1J ' VARNTSH. i on and Colors. nr- nr . a .-k eii"rnte" : "n"T jnr- n.i. nMiin, nd Tanerh.nr Rd'Vo. w'n t.. rhnie SSK-M. 2t? WOOLEN CLOTH y ih, twr vnTPTFR'. can it owti th- PIOH COST OF I.TVTKrj nn . , ... w. Illnv rflfeet V l.TI i Si M'"; ' "r' J?? .-IChl. rR r-AMII.Y. Write u. for s.mpl-. ASHTW.OT OOT.KX CO.. , C.ItSUM. N. H. .vrittrnrT AI!F FTABTTn- MOW I OWISO . ' I,trnPtte. k, - r''a i, ,72 Main .trt pW; , ,.-M lava FARM? FOR RAT.E OF 10R ACRFS FOR SALE a iRtjM' walk from trolley ' f" A RM OF 10R ACRFS FOR SALE In , r A R ur , wp,k fmm tro , i .- t i.,k.e In Bo ne t i ,; ,., jr,. plenty of lumher. rood !hu'd. 22 eowSPralr horses, farm chlnerr. -c.. must h wld at one or wUI ' . trai' tnr hoi.e m Psrre; inoulre of V x- tor Stacy. R- D- 8. B&rre, pnon os- peller, 29ft6 FARM OF Pd .AfRRS." situated I on J.Ur(sp K PH,1 1 T SPfVlCP r Ham v itt. Tr mi" "i""" Vr farm In East Barr. kne u the Warren Ny V ace, "r"11""" 5 aerea. fcn'Min rn fair cwiflitvm. " In house anrt rim from boat "arrr rwr - voir. tw lumber anH wo0- B003 If" tlor. : 8;-?t rio rout, it- v. s. 1'... '-' HOUSES FOR SALE FOttSAt.E- A two-tenem-nt bwise. wren i.rof .-rr,..r..d,a; M.r! wanted avenu: for full particulars Uiquir at the WANTr;iTew sinirle men's wa.hinirs nil above aHitrs. .. i plain menninir. also farm anrt hmi" in mo "KA1E A seven-room rrur houe!ritT (or or exrhsnre ; inquire of Mrs. location, small r.-h payment, rest terms: rail bet" ' ,.'"; J "da "..I .. r.imr eorner Garfield A. ana rro. w.h bsm sna ir pect 8t Fl ' ' ".'--' POULTRY ce'g sat F. -Mr floes of i layinr hens and mllets. mostly KhoJe Wand Reds, with .. i. . i .n.&ti.r will sell in dorn or " Tu"rw. s. de.ired: D. E. Daven- nan -' ' - ' . w II t. P.rre. o . i r .n.n Plymouth Rock hauh. ... Vk- I ' per set tin of IS .: art j H. 12. Bethel. Vt. 2r i . .u ti iTTHlNf. From rris. stork, . fc7 ' 1 v.M.ion and utUily "Hocan tmU I I . Hm Dorr as. Whit. r. rsn- K. I. Reds j f ( , ..... .,n,.a 1M1 d that are " ' wlj' lhorn. i. SO f'T is- . ,7vn --J i : a u, s. - ------ . : I L. i . .- alrain t ' " fwr 1. ti. m.tlnirs this year ar bet - , ' - yar ripirw"" "' M - : tllrnlloc.,''" ' htIj. "JT'L" mdinc: r . yLr. B. F. Athcrton. alerbun - orowr. , Z-z: WANTED TO BUY ivrrn TO HT-A r seven-room WANTED ".?",.. .,i uo-U imrro.emenu ; writ, to O.. W MTk.R . . -- vntwi i.wmi.ir. ..' - - - If-nf I . a ,,- WANTED TX FUT w .tk Gu.rasys . "77,-"-j.. r. Ren i 1 1 .1. i.l. mml suallty "" ,n 7" rVti snitf 7.-,i Parr, phon li-K " ' . .i . : I 1 f .w r VM. .i- vrrn C.rnft ril"n i'"' .,er f-r month. preferred : must federal sutrvin ; Waiisfteid. t- E. A. J.ne. This triple a.et .fTet wrench will fit twenty four different nuts and boh tn the following- earn: liiiok. f-aillae. Chevrolet. lolpe, F.vr l. Maawell. Ovrtlarnl ami Ken Frice 1 1 jo A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St. IUrre. Vt 5taS!EB FOR SALE FOR "SALE One 24U-crsr Cypheri Incuba ' tor, one 200-rhick Cornell k-aaoline brood- one "express harness with hiima. good new, and on set cheap express aleiehs; O. L. Cheever, near cr barn. MuntDolier. or phone 4M-W Montpelier. 2U7t6 LUMBER-OK ALL KINDS" FOR-SALE- Sawdust, tc a bushel, at East Monmeli.r: five ton No. 1 clover hay 1 L. Camire. 10R SAL-Oi.e rubber-tired trailer, near- II new. rawrnv l.nuii in.. wnmn pi- hoata ; A. C. Bennett, Oranvro Williamstown, Vt. iiUBtS' RIN1 MACHINE FOR SALE ah(ws. liarnni9i rte owne leMvjn(; ,,. apply by Iftb-r, "M. M.," care Tin-i? ollire. SOlia' ,,iEsi,yg-.jy-;. -AtY'ri.liv;' C R Aii.n V ?w L Ji T ' li" Al,en' A1Ien trpct- Phone 161--q(iu8. .... . .. 2?8"- tun SALb-niy, siue-hill plow, tap holder and gathering tub. two new window i Israel Jewctt, Marahficld. Vt, 292tW FORsALE One Brunswick Balke'conibl'i- ation porket n(, , tabp , good condition, cues and balls ; C. S. Shepard. RoyH,on vt. 292tft 11 i.u uu .A. i m ui nifty, ueiiv,-u or ... L'nli it uTj.v J barn; Morrison Farms, phone 341. 29U12 INEW WALL PAPER, double roll, 80c and "P ! oatmeal paper, double roll, 75c ana up; Ernest Jurries, 602 North Mam at. pnone ofifj-M. oyu.w ComX I Co. ' . 0.1 SALE Male fox hound. 8 years ow, ood sUrter and good stayer, price right ; Frank Masi, 44 Brook St, or phone 734. truiz telephone Montpelier 8S8-W. 277tt FORSaLF. Biock and eond irrowth rn wood, delivered at Granlteville. South Tlarre and Barre : also a few runs of dry wood and dry chunks; James Kelley, phon ! 419-M. 2S2tf JX)RSAIJ5 fir wood and also chunk wood : telephone 666-M. 8B!tt tilWENSION LUMBER FOR SAtE Also boxina: boards, price right: F. E. Down Is, phone 144-VV MM FOR SALE A preparation for cleaniti aranite and marble monuments : brlrhten op the lettering and makes the whole monu ment look clean and new : iruaranteed : Pf on application: James Sullivan, 114 Par street. Barre. Vt. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Overland tourinsr ear for i, 'S, starter, new top, thre rood tires, 27 h. p.. irlad to show it; D. C. Huntington, fj Washington St 2Mt8 FOR SALE One Ford car in sfood runntn order, one Overland club roadster in fin condition, one Chevrolet 490 touring- car. looks and runs like new, prices rtsnt; rail at Palace Garag-e, Barre. HORSES AND VEHICLES ift A lie A N D IS I) R rV ING HO RSE FO R S A LB Cheap! H. H. Rogers, Royaiton, Vt. 30nt4 FOR SALE On two-horse express wagon, nearly new, wheels turn under, rood wagon for a milk route : A. J. McLean, 1 Boynton St., Barre, phone ll.it. i Delivery Wagons Concord Buggies Top Buggies Rifi-ht here In stock, all Teady to hitch t All Sorts of Harness, Too. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. COLTON'S PLACE 4 Stat. Street Montnelier. Vermont Good Mornine:. Bovs Do you know this is National Repair Week? This week, all over the United States. Farmers and Dealers are (retting- topether i,i an e'-jort to put all farm implements in good working order for the coming season Spring is just around the corner. Soon you will want your plows, harrow and planters in th field. In th language of the immortal Iriih man, mm ask you : Beei you ready ? If not. let's ret husy. We carry at all time, large stocks of repsirs, but even . you may need something that will have to be ordered from th factory and that take more time. ' For quick action, give us number n name as far a possible. If you aan't do this, bring in the old part and we will do th ret. If you haven't time to repair, remember we exchange. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Te.phon 140 Ortnn Co. TeUphnn . a. l -m. .v.'- Vw- ' - ' w i ! . s i -w l. r v. nartinn . ,mr,n. ll,a,irs. if w-Ued. will b. rhnred st wu,r pra- with no advances. You can t 1 ,ffrij to pav thm up it vm ,av you ! tim. and money in th. busy season. This 0Ber , for on. mtk only. r ree servira I-..1 c C. -A .- M.rek lith. lui v y. .... . . " " ' MARSH-ALLEN CO. j Eny. Tlnhon. 141 Clranr Co. 'Phon. ti MLiam .-imn'i. " - - WANTED-A six o with all un-to-dat i .. . .. or seven-room tenement lmprov l.nt : renol t. ry lesier to .m.r . ,,-. WANTED TO RKT f arm wun sloes ana Ur, by a caibi. youn man. caan or mnto to "P.," car of Times of. :97tl I share ; .iWANTt:r Housework by day or hour, alsc A l... - fiv .mall VbhUlfl : phon HOUSES TO RENT . TO KENT - Dcsirsbl upstair tenement at 16 Seminary street: key downstairs or telephon Multiplier S4S-6. 299tf TO RENT Tenement of si room on thlr floor, 17 laurel sireei. rain. .letr. liats. tie. ; inqulr at 28 tubs. rYei 28 If . S.t.. nhon. 651-R - i winek. Smith Plsr. Marl Ave, 110 a mrmK to May 1 : RENT-'Ten.im Smith Bros. Z5tl ment t ? Merchnt .trtwt. aiM four tenemenui on w-u,ey sLirrv. u i. Ll Mli modern tmprovem.nl.. .! V'JTy s4 W,iinirti strswt. -t. LOST AND FOUND 1.0.-.T In" Parr on Feb. v.!d pin (oval ahaoedi et with a moonstone: will iinrl - the Tiitin office? Iji.l 1 LOST- Feb I. b!rk and tan male rah tit bound wiw uirr u...... . collar. o ni Railroad St. nam; finder picas noiny lSl lOPT-Surnet nn. : finder pleas, cs.i ..-n Krt.ecm and J" p. m.. reward. :!ijU LIVE STOCK FOR SALE . KiR VAI.K A ric six-year-old Jersey rew twtrd and an rit.t in every way. t i nvl.t otT: James K.lley. Ets 1 Metp- '.-r nead. 2s:tf I The Place to Buy Monuments 'a. whrr th7 ir,sk. Monument.. When yew ' buy from a rm.ltfr -. T"U have to ray , for his Urn, beside, pa.nn, for your monu ("itrtp bs card and let us show jm what w. h.ve to offer at tbia time. J. O. Hil.xlesm & to Ine. iMonuanert Malera. V F77XST5sT2Z71;i i . ,i7 i m; 'j m i ' 1 t I t-Tc:0 .Ta.Tv.i:0wiU'OsiD''l.y f'.m waa-asa Wa f.. ,1 .