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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, I3ARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1921.
ABOVt THE STATE Diffe: Eappeninga of Interact from sat Section. The MTgtem fi havinsr a clipping bu reau In'tba ofliVe of the eovemor ha been abolished bw Uov. Hartneas. iiere tofore it haa beeii the plan to clip from the newspapers tha comment about the Hate executive. . Robert Varney son of Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Varney tf Hubbard ton, had a thumb and two finger blown off and was otherwise injured from careless handling of a nitrlnjjlycerine cap, such as is used for dynmite. Young Var ney served in the World war. LAFAYETTE'S VISIT RECALLED. famous Frenchman ipt Old Spent Two Days in Vermont, It is interesting to note, as a com parison of customs, that the address of welcome presented tyy Governor Van Ness to General Lafayette at Windsor on June 28, 1825, waover 1,000 words In length, and filled with, what would be regarded now as powery. iorms oi ipeeoh. Lafayette entered the state by way of Windaor, grossing Cornish bridge, and touring north and wet through the state for two days. On the first day of General Lafayette's stay lie heard and replied rto addresses of welcome in Windsor, Woodstock, Roy alton, East Randolph land Montpelier. Tho address of weleortie in Montpelier was. given by the Hn. Elijah I'aine, judge of the United States courts for the district of Vermont. General La fayette passed the night at the Pavil ion hotel, and on the morning of June Eft, he met the ladies of the city in the (Congregational church," now replaced ' by the Bethany church. At this meet ing, he was addressed by Mrs. Erawtue Watrous for the ladies of Montpelier He was hailed in every town he passed through' on the way to Burlington, where be met the veterans of the Rev olutionary war. as Marshal Foch met the veterans of the World war at Brat tleboro. The address of welcome in Burlintrton was given by William A. Griswold. Lafayette there laid the cor nerstone of the second "Old Mill" of the University of Vermont. 4 State House Notes. The Btate highway department ha received from the government excess var supplies about 120 motor vehicles at present, as ; well a spare parts Htate Highway Commissioner T. -V. said yesterday. The Cars are Dodj.;c and Ford touring cars, and trwks of other makes. The state i trceiving its full share of this material! Commis sioner Dfx said. ; Complaint has been made to the sec retary of state of the driving and man ners of the operator of automobile li-j i -jr- - y v WILLIAMSTOWN OUTCLASSED. Northfield High School Won 28 to 4 at Basketball. The snappy quintette of Northflsld high . school trimmed Williamstown high echool by the score of 28 to 4. The visiting team was handicapped because of the large floor, but was lacking in a good passing game. Tho local boys exhibited fine passing' and a stubborn defense," while both teams had hard luck in shooting baakets. i The game was fast and clean, there being very few fouls called. Excellent sportsmanship and spirit were shown by both teams. The score t rtvi nuicm. uruuia. x vuits, says he served eight' years in the navy. He wrote to his wife after he was ar rested and was expecting her at Wood stock when the marshal arrived there to bring him to Brattleboro. For the past few months he has been working on farms in Windsor county. PATRICK J. HALEY, Syracuse, N. Y. ."I'm feeling like a new man since Tanlae soothed and toned up my atom ach and for the first time in forty vears can eat a hearty meal and suf fer no distress afterwards, was the remarkable statement of Patrick J. Haley, 107 Prospect avenue, Syracuse, X. Y,, a well-known iron and steel worker. ' ' ' ' "Only those who have had stom ach trouble in a bad form can know what I suffered during all those years. J was almost a nervous wreck, too, and for years I didn't know what it was to get a good sound sleep at night. "I got new life and energy from each dose of Tanlac -and now I'm a well and happy man instead of a sick and miserable one as I was for so many years. I'll vouch for the merit of Tanlac at any time." Tanlao is sold In Barre by Barr Drug Co., in Groton by G. C. Stnitfe, in Marshfleld by E. W. Oilman, an! in Plainfield by E. F. Leavitt. Adv. censed under number 3.1-008, which is given as Wcllman H. Howell by the records of the secretary of state. Jese A. Martin of Williamstown reports that on Dec. 0 the operator of tho car failed to give him any of the road and uced abusive language to him when they met as Martin was driving with a load of wood. Daneluzzi, rf Houghton, If ', Davis, e ...... Paddock, rg .. Dole, lg ....... Totals v.. Williamstown. Bruce, rf .... Farnham, If . Kynoch, o ... Lucas, rg Covcll, lg 4 4 4 0 'I 13 Goals. Foul. Tts. 8 8 10 ' 0 2 28 Pts. ? 2 0 0 0 Totals 1 Substitutes, Edward for Houghton, Gilpin for Daneluzzi, Goodrich for Paddock. Referee, Coach Potter of Xor wich. Periods, two 20-minute. Score, 28 to 4. Catarrh Of the Stomdch Is Dangerous Thousands Have It and Don't Know It," Says, Physician. Fre quently Mistaken for Indigestion How to Recognize and Treat. JAILED FOR WANT OF BAIL. Francis Kelllher, Charged with' As saulting Bethel Mail Carrier. Brattleboro, Dec. 14. Francis Kelli her, who claims he formerly lived near Denver, Col., but who married a Bos ton girl and calls Boston his home, is in the county jail in Ncwfane in de fault of bail of $5,000 to await the ac tion of tha federal grand jury which convenes here Dec. 20. He is charged with assaulting Rural Mail Carrier A. II. Barrow of Bethel last week Thurs day afternoon with the intent to rob. while Barrow was in the performance of his duty. , Kelliher was arrested by Sheriff W. L. Fairbanks of Springfield late that Afternoon and was taken to the Wind sor county jail at Woodstock. . From there United States Marshal, Arthur P. Carpenter brought him to Brattle boro Saturday afternoon on a federal warrant ani took him before United States Commissioner C, Mcnzies Mil ler. He was in irons. Commissioner Miller fixed ball at I other forms of magnesia, milks, cit $5,000 and Marshal Carpenter took the rates, etc., but get it in the pure bis respondent to Xewfane that evening, uratcd form' (powder or tablets), esp Kelliher is about 30 years old. , He ciaJly prepared for this purpose. adv, "Thousands of people suffer more or less constantly from furred, coated tongue, bad breath, sour burning stom ach, frequent vomiting, rumbling in stomach, bitter, eructations, gas, wind and stomach acidity and call it indi gestion when in reality their trouble is duo to gastric CAtarrh of the stom ach." writes a New York physician. Catarrh of the stomach, is dangerous because the mucous membrane lining of the stomach is thickened and a coat ing of phlegm covers the surface no that the digestive fluids cannot mix with the food and digest them. This condition soon breeds deadly disease in the fermented, nnnssimilated food. Th blood is polluted and carries the infec tion throughout the body. Gastric ul cers are apt to form and frequently an ulcer is the first sign of a deadly can cer. . . In catarrh of the stomach a good and safe treatment; is to take before meals a teaspoonful of pure Bisurated Magnesia in half a glasn of hot water as hot as you can comfortably drink it-The hot water washes the muens from the stomach walls and draws the blood to the stomach while the bisurat ed magnesia is an excellent solvent foi mucus and increases the efficiency of the hot water treatment. Moreover the Bisurated Magnesia will serve as a powerful but harmless antacid which will neutralize any exeefe hydrochloric acid that mar be in your stomach and sweeten its food contents. Easy, nat ural digestion without distress of any kind should soon : follow. Bisurated Magnesia i not a laxative, is harmless, pleasant and easy to take and can be obtained from any . local druggist. Don't confuse Bisurated Magnesia with ETATK OF W1XLARD M. PERRY. Three Lines for 25c The Time will publish Want. Lost and Found, For Sale, To Let. etv short adver tisements at the rata of three lines for twenty-five cents for the first insertion and ten cents for each subsequent Insertion, FARMS FOR SALE State of Vermont, district of Washing-ton, as. Tha honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, tn all person) Interested in tho estate of Willard M. Perry, late of Plainfield in said dUtrict, deceased, GREET ING; V WHEREAS, said court has assigned th 4th dry of January next for examinina aim allowing xne account 01 u t t r i . , " ecu tor of the estate of said deceased and o-cre imjiroveu oau rarm fo a decree of the residue of said estate to Near City; Horses, Cows And lawful claimants of the same, nnd ordered Mscnlnery, tools, equipment, potatoes, sca that publie notice thereof be ariven to all par- i, , etn included; permament home, Rood sons Interested in aaid estate by publishing- jncome j excellent farming- district; close this order three weeks successively jprev villase, eaay drive city markets; productive, ioui to tha day assigned. In the Barre ltaroy til lane: brook and xprinBr-WBtered Daily Times, a newspaper puolished at nocture and woodland : 60 fruit trees, auuar HELP WANTED MALE FOR SALE FOREMAN For largest retail manufactur. I-OR SALE St. Andractbura Roller Cat ing plant in the South. All modern j ,""" Carroll L. Stewnrt. 1 Hubbard rquiument. Good waitea for right man. I 'trcot, Montpelier, 'phone 724-M. 22!H Must b thoroughly experienced aa fore-FOR SALE Christmas trees delivered ii roan. Write Texas Largest Monument Man-( the city, each Sifte to SI 00 rail 7n-l" ufacturcm, Yoakum, Texas. 2229t Geo. S. Nye, R. F. D. Barre'. t4 COOK WANTED-For lumber"eamp ; apply) , . ' ; " to rrara Lumoer i.o moreiown, tw , 228t6 j Christmas Cards J Citv of Rftm In said district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Montpelier, in said district, oo the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see causa, and to establish your right as heirs, legatee and lawful flsimanta to aaid residue. Given under my hand, this 18th day of De cember, 1921. LUA B. EDSON, Register DecU-21-28 ESTATE OF SILAS E. WILLIS. State of Vermont, district of Washington, a. Tha honorable probate court for the dis trict of Washington : to all persons inter ested in the eiftate of Silas E. Willis, late of PlHlnfteld, in said district, deceased, GREETING ; , At a probata court, holden at Montpelier, within and for said district on- the 13th day of ttacember. 19111, an instrument pur porting to be the last will and t-wlameni of Silas E. Willis, late of Plainfield, in aa.d district, dec-sed. wns presented u the court aforesaid, for probate. ' And it la ordered by said court that the 8th day of January, 1022, at the probate office in said Montpelier, be awsitmed for proving aaid Instrument; and that notice thereof be given to all persona concerned, trrove; comfortable 6-room house, aubstan tial barn, hog and poultry houses. Othr interests force sacrifice only (1 150, part caih, amy terms. Immediate returns, boun tiful living yours if you act at once. Cat alog free. 3, J. Daahncr, 162 Washington St., Barre. Vt. 229-m rHEHOME? DECIDE IT BEFORE 1922 Begin the New Year in a Home of Your Own ! Prices are certainly lower than yon will are them again. ' ; Ten room house with two sheda, garden and extra lot on Hill street ; convenient to sheds in the south end and in fact to all parts of the city aa it is enty about one mi ear line on either or South Main street WANTED Carver and letter cutter for . ... i round raised and polished letters. une j - " ''";y"M' PT, inspection in yoi .ii . j ' -"""- urainns, envelopes im f, J ? u LKeep the one yo 'ike and i turn the others : send post card to ' JAMES A. LOWELL, istlZl?HAVt-- AmherSt- "" J A CHRISTMAS SALEr,ll "glvrT'dil count of 10 per cent on all salt for earl mi an purchasts of $1,00 or more, excludlnt srnie as sugar, butter, etc. JSo UK count for cash. Regular prices on si gov suuject to above . discount. Sail ,',T""ng. Dre- ,12th- entnuing until j reduce my stock of mdse. as 1 w fit to di, JJ-ntmue sale; E, E, Maxfieid. Plainfield who understands handling sand blast ma chine preferred. Good wages to right man. Open ahop. Write Th Monument Works. Llano, Texas. 227t? WANTEDReliable mas aell shrubs, trees. planta ; permanent, weekly pay ; write for terms: UuaJuXy Nursery Co., Rochester, N HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED AT OxVCE -Hwwekwpef" for a small family; no objection to woman with child: address Mrs. G. M. Woodard, R. F. D, No, L. Barre, Vt, telephone 896-18. . BAT IT tr-..T- . - , WANTP D Experienced operators and girls n Urge stock, of wall paoer and "ilo3 to lean; steady work guaranteed: Tan-1 coverings, Including- large and smaller ruA ber LiptonCo., Church street, Barre. 2l!Stf suitable for Chrlntmas prent it Hc3 WANTED-a"pable"woman,"S6 or "over, to j JwnW aell thtm quickly ; L P. Ford keep house for man and 7-year-om , rrz; ""'t'a- - . - oaugnter; no objection to woman witn i,6w,u BEEF FOR SAI E R U : t .1 . , a -I 1- 1 - T ."1 . mav-A . 1 - ... . ..iiiiM , Ki'iuy w . o. wr, vwikv, . w. ..-. - , nw, risn to buv a new a.idro. East Barre. Vt. , 22813 cow: call 23-J, or 8B7-B. WANTED Young women to enter Barra lOWNK'S DRY SLAB W'66b""ia niiMi n b.!i ..kl , train tn' Barn, h- ,. j.u . f ' . , . . . -i in icrun loaos. m become nurses ; apply to tha superintendent ! l-run loads are business economy ; call at the hospital HOUSES TO RENT F f "thl 1 mik-i 3- run aAt-Kr-Bioek wood at $5.00 run: sec- U 7ii0 ?k.,.cy feet, Tel. orders to -BOc Der run at shington. Vt 226U2 nute'a wlk from the TO RENT One (-ran flat, second flour, J v..-.-; -B, ?-d ----, -.i the Waahintfton street Forsytlie place, hot and cold water, gas ; m,7, SS?B.SF0R SALE I net line, five minutes' one second floor flat, 6 rooms, 17 Laurel . ml" ' "nt Bros, Washing r. FOR" ln.,U kn-.. Th.M -m 4 an.m.n,B wtnA 1 T. RmWI, lnn..( nf A W n,rl. Mlint,,. FOR f- A C IS 1.... " " . . T by puWUhing thla order three weeks sue i the hou,e r,nU or tbout $350.00 per year. I Tel. 28t-Y. ' ' 213tf' slab wood! U.r,0 per run - dry e-ft. lZ eesslvely in the Barre Daily Tlmea. a news- , By occupying one tenement one could ) I uirinrv,j. "' - I".'.'.". I wood W.OO per cnrH 0, lirftS? an income from teh other sufficient to pay wIth electrlc Ii)hu and bathi crii, barn ""T" delivered n not 1' than 8 rnn " - - . . . . . -. - . ... rlrlvllAffM nri irivwl 0Rrfli 1 HUltntpn BE IV . . uuim.. 1 . I MdntTw 1,. papcr circulating in that vicinity, in aaid district, previous to the time appc4nted. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and pi nee aforesaid, and contest the probate c) said will, if you have cause. Given under my hand at Montpelier, in said district, this 13th day of December, 1921.H ; LUA B. EDSON, Register. DecH-21-28 ESTATE OF JAMES CKOGAN. .... . r u .ffM . . ki 7- T ..lyinV l iar St., telephone 56-K or inquire at .""2r" -.- nttt) it Just at this time for only $26(1.00 with Howlan d Bid - JlOff A-l HAY FOR i'vai 7m! j", from $300.00 te $500.00 down; balance w 11? v tM.. -, f.,11 leid. . ir "f? -'t wool,-tn easy terms TO RENT 4-room tenement on North Mam i' n 1 11 Partridire. Tel, o-H. WOULD YOU MKB TO LOOK THIS .atwott also 6-room ten.ment on North ; Vl Ji ---T ",'- fiircD 1 DCTTii nirr iirvri : inouira ii azv nozia jjimhi un vb lual i'v a i i RUBIRCQAT COrATJYLAi Announce Their Special HOLIDA Y, OFFERINGS Gigantic Stock of Over 25,000 Waterproof FOR MEN, WOMEr AND CHILDREN Sensational Price Reductions From Today Until Christmas FOLLOWING ARE A FEW SPECIALS: Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, YL NLNETT FOUBTH TEAS ' - ? remium Notes in Force. . . .$12,282,751.00 pash Assets . . . . ..... . . .... $300,000.00 Insurance in Force........ $123.121,771.00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at . ' . . actual cost no profit . Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are scekifjr Insurance, see our Local Agent McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange Boys' Rubber Coats A serrloeable rotirh veatber coat, snlen ' did qualitr. Ma'a from food aualitv black rubber ai? S to Id. Ret. (7-00 Tales. $3-95 mU Cape Hat to Match. 11.00 Bovs Rain Coats rtna unalHv. aoltahle all weaiher ruaraa ,eed watarwrooi. 81m 4 to lft. Becalar 77 Tshie. $Q.95 Jf Match, ti Girls' Rain Capes Terr fine qualitr: re, rietr of fuaranteed fast colors: pur Fsra rubbe- lined abso lut'lf waiarproof. sires 6 to 14 Ket. (4.50 Tain. $9.45 jog 0 BETTER CRADB 14.M Valae 4.i am W ",l ao Girls' Rain Coats Pmibl and alada te. lure: finest vuallt: cemented seams: rtiar antevd sraterprovf ; aiac i id. Remlar $ Va'a. $Q.95 mil Hat to Match. W Adco Dry Storage Battery GUARANTEED FOR THREE YEARS will not freeze ; will not corrode ; will not sulphate ; will not buckle plates; fool proof; requires no water., ' NO MORE BATTERY TROUBLE H. F. Cutler & Son Stat of Vermont. District of Washington, a. Tha honorable pro Date court for the dis trict aforesaid, to th heirs and all persona interested in the estate of James Groan. late of City of Barre, in said district, de-ccao-d. GREETING t WHBKEA8, application hath beam made to this court in writiiur, by the administratrix, praying for license and authority to sell all of real estate of aaid deceased to wit: situated in tha City of Barre in said dis trict, including- th hrnncntead nrht and interest of the widow therein, rwpreaentin to said court that it would b beneficial to the hfirs and all persons interested in the estate of arid deceased to sell aaid estate and enrt the came into money. And briniing into court the consent and InlimkalliM ) n tmyi llir . 1 1 th lt.li. it said estate rasidins in this state, and act- tin forth the situation of the real estate. WHEREUPON, th said court appointed I and assigned th 30th day of December, 1921. at the probate oflice in Montpelier, in aaid aistnct, co near ana -ide upon said appli cation and petition, and ordered publie no lle thereof to a givon to all persona inter ssted therein, by publishing said order. ta rether with tha time and place r,f hearing, rhre weeks successively in th Barre Dally Times, a newspaper which circulates in tha neighborhood of the persona interested tn said eatat. all ef which publications shall a priou t .he day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE yu ar hereby notified ts appear before aaid court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in aaid court I mak your objections to the (ranting ef such licence, if you see eaus. Given under my hand at Montrv-!!er. in ssld district, this 13th ady of December. 121. FRANK J. MARTIN. Judge Decl4.21-: l..(il..Tr.'.Ml.:?.liM.. tuu.tr u-- . --'".-"..""". .wis"- T"' witn tt follewinsj eotta.te house on i 5 PT r" : second growth, extra large. Tl,il .tt. .Irf-f. John F. :'"" flock, 15.25. three mn. ro- ft I K . Benjamin, Tel. 105-R. . MTfrf: I t?V2;?l 5 Granite City Bottling street. Tel. 21-J. FOR RENT e-room TO RKNT Four-room tenement, first floor. 49 JUapfe avenue: three rooms and batb tenement 16 Seminary street: five rooms ana bath tenement 74 Brook street: McAIIietcr & Kent. 194tf WANTED :.'y'"' pnone 7-io.M, or 748-W. 221lf k j VSKD PIANO FOR SXLE- been used only about two months : case JliKhty marred in transit; A. A. Lamnrev !r z. t mining t;o. ip run MLt-A preparation for. clponln yrnnite an1 marb.e monuments : briuiitem up the lettering end makes -he wh.il- monu ment Ifmk J1 n mwtA . J . - WANTED TO BUY--S0 cows, new milch or ! on application Jam- .,V. , "V7i' SL'S nearby springers: H. M. Farnham, Mont- street. Barre V pelier. Vu Tel. 107. SSBf t- i? Special Sale orcale, 3fl-I. wiile, yd .......... 10 Porcale, 3fl-I. wiile, yd .......... 10c Serge, all wool, 56-iu, wide, yd.. $1.50 Serjfea, 11 wool, 38-in. wide, yd. . SOc Wen'i Flannel Sliirt We Special prices on all kinds of dry good. Barre Dry Goods Store Farm of 157 Acres Must Be Sold to Settle Estate! Good buildings, spring water runs at both barn and house: good pasture, will Jep 26 cows, best of location m state road. one-third mil to school. 1 mile to village, W ANTED Will exchange new tpik-h rows T miles to railroad; one of the best farm I for hay; John F. Benjamin, Tel. 105-K. WANTED TO BUY Second hand piano In A TTTfiHTfiTJTT CCJ first class condition, with or without play. ' I' 1 Uitllf Jil r attachment; write, giving make and pric. FOR BALE -4-evlinder Buick car, cheap? in first letter, to Tino," care Times of-'.,' nlr horses, T years old: sleds, harrow. flee. 227tf bNnkets. 1 yoke of oxen ; Tel. 41'9-J, Mont. WOULI) I..KET7ew roomer oT boarders, at pheI-Vt- 2l8tfl21 SiiV, 8oitfc Main atrrtt; Mrs. A. . Boa-' FOR SALE One Hudson eir. in good oni rs, t2"t ning condition ; price right. Palace f.-4 WANtED TO BUY Cash pajgfort.tfUse- . .JJ.Sti hAid iflTTrTlure and atove : IlH . rstrs. magagines, etc. 1 Fine. in town ; price and term reasonable. Jf thinking of buying it will pay you to lock at this farm. About it tone of hay for sale. B. H. Adams. Adm.. Chelsea. Vt- luitf ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting of the Granite M tual Insurance Co. of Barre. Vt., will h rn, 12 Stat street, held at th Home Office of stiid Compeny, 149-M or SM-M. in the City of Barce, vt.. on lusdaj, Jan uary Jrd. 9it at Ten o'clock a. m for the purpose of t'eeting Director for the year ensuing and the transaction of any ! othe. tmftinms which may properly come fctfore aaid meeting. R. G. ROBINSON, Se. ANNUAL MEETING hon T19-R. . Abram DOWngtaifS at ColtOIl's Pl. m;iu ouiTbt Utrt i-r Warm Garage for th- Winter. A. ' AUohsl for your radistors.. ' t " Weed Chains for your wheels. lit'.. ' All sorts of Auto Supplit. ..(- VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO MonttrtlW. Vrnfrmi . -., ,., . ... , i-t.; irau, HORSED AND VEHICLES- FOR SALE Fivc-ymrtld driving horicf well broke: Chris Mckkleson. Beckloe hHU 200tf,ruK BAin. uriving Horse, sale, gentle,. 4 years old, with narness, t&O; also pair, of heavy bda. newly painted, good condition, fir,; inquire Howard 1. Tuttle, R. F.-PS Mini,M Vt. toai LOST Brown and black, large fox hounrl ; mo'cu r 'n; j- ,. . , small round collar: finder please Ulc- F""...?A''E.r?!..-m.r,l,um J,8ht l, ii.w V''Ktf ,m" l"e i - . "Joyce, renri 216lf RAW FUR WANTED--W want alfthe raw fur w can buy at New York prices: ex tra furs of all kinds: we nay fancy price: all shipment held subject to return in 10 jM Stat Street y; t;. I eiiver, tn iur man, rtainnia, Vt. 2IOtf WANTED to exchang good first mort gage or good renting wr-nerty for farm. stock and tools : call Ceo. F. Lackey and Montpelier, LOST AND FOUND MM A nne-umin nana fmw on in D3m- t T ; $ PIinfii4d road, not fr from th Fen- UpStairS at.. VOltOIJ S PlaC notify L. F. Fortney. flainfield. 22M4 , Horse Goods Department. mo tomtort aieicna on sal.. , Mivery Sleds on sale. , , One horse aleda on sale. Two hrosc sleils.on sale. 1 '-'JC;t Driving and express harnce. on aalew.-k. Farm and Team harness on sale. 81eigh bells, team bells, aleieh heatera acd coal, and a hund 1 other useful things on ale. - Sheep lined coats and ubttrrs, too, ' VEHICLE &. SUPPLY CO. Mnntnelier. Vermont rtpta o-i. , : I . L .LI... of Vh Pcoo Nrtional Bank of Bariw willj iF H'R PARTY WHO WAS SEEN TO J be hHd Weir baling . . th? City .TA.KE. h r.?HS ' i of Barr. Vermont, on Tuesday. January , " " ""Per T". 10. 1922, at 10 oclock in the forenoon. for;d"y night, will return the same to tne th. purpose of electing directors for th en. Time office, they will avoid prosecution, suing year and th transaction of any other j i-il3 343 No. Main St. Barre, Vermont. business that may properly eome before said sneeting. tHiud at th City of Barr this 10th day of December. 821. ' W. C. JOHNSON. Jr., Cashier. ANNUAL MEETING. K3KSSKS3B9S SSE9REBE3 BSOSOBSBSU AMERICAN LEGION HALL CAN NOW BE RENTED FOR DANCES, SOCIALS AND OTHER GATHERINGS NEW, FIRST CLASS FLOOR. WELL HEATED APPLY TO CHARLES ZANLEONI, JR., BARRE DRUG CO. BETTER GRAIK tl.M Vain tiM Afrn's cr.d Women RAIN COATS of Every Description Special Until Xmas $15.00 Values .77... $7.23 $18.00 Values 9.75 $22.50 Values 12.45 $27.50 Values 14.50 $35.00 Values...... 22.50 Boy ft Hip Length Rubber Boots S.res S to ! SJ.1S 5ae II to I... 3JS 5nr 2 to 6. . . S.4S m. DR. L. II. CRABTREE and GAGE & GAGE (PALMER CHIROPRACTORS! Hours: Daily t:0 to JI.O0 a. m., 1 .00 to 4:04 p. an., and 4:0 to I p. m., I ex cept Moaday afternoon, Friday afternoon and Saturday evening.) Office: Currtcr Block, 'Phon 46J-W Resideae: l Msrchant St, 'Phon Kt-M DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BLANCItARD BLDG. Thor.es ! Offlca, TC(-W( Residence. 70S-R !)RrLEWIS"DrAiARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Oftic In Room 5. Mil-s Building Telephone Connection OFFICE HOURS : t a. at. t li an. and t :80 U 4 p. m. Monday. Tuesday. Thursday n4 Fridy TEU OFFICE KIJ-14. PFSIDENCE. MS-M COLLXCTIO.SS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BLOCK BARRX. VT. NOTARY PL'BUC CONCERT DANCE NicoPs Orchestra SEVEN PIECES IXCLUDLXQ SAXOrHOXE QUARTET 61 Maple At.. Tel. 071-W. DR. CARL F.ROUINSON EpcciuliJnu in the Diaeaoet of the 'Skin end Cancer. Office Hour 10 to 12 a. m. and I to S p. m. daily. Wednesday and Saturday Erenfnjrs. Tbun 799 R, Room 2 rilf Granite Wuildinjr. Rarre, Vt. PERRY &N00NAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FL'R.VISHCC-J Hospital Ainbulanct Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers ! IV not 8n WE ALWAYS HAVE Just what rem are loolnnt- for In the lln OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT IS LOCATED AT 933 Broadway New York, N. Y. Mail Orders DR. A. A MORTIMER VETERINARIAN ei jtwciry, aiiverwar. cut alaea, etc. AIM Our vatch as' clock repair wort (uxr aoteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 4 FI.M STRFET SO! E AGENT FOft ttosTON AMrRrCAK- PRirKS ON MONUMENTS : are fencer now thaa they still V la tw I month from new r tatrr. Thai ai sh aner I ta!k. as tim UI shew. Tier-fare, fc, j new, and aaee ansncy. also thai will help I your lejwsr anea. Hi Ksrc VT TFirntAVF j-ntr r"m ". r.t, , J. O. BILODEAU & CO., IXC Barr. Vt. Household Furniture at Auction Ai I am leaving the city am plan ning to sell at auction on Saturday, December 17, at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon on the premise at No. 41 Currier street, the fullowinfr article, of house-., hold furniture: Beds, commode, cliif. foneer. writing desk, almost new bed couch, 8 leather et dinin? chair, din in? table, MorrU chair, 2 stands, iron bed and epring, mattresses, Quaker range, three burner Mine Flume nil stove with oven, all bedfliiij; and quilts, blanket, etc., dithe- of all kinds, quan tity of linoleum, two large rockers and many other articles not mentioned. Everything must be sold ai I have no I further use for ame. Terms at tima ! of sale. Saturday, Dec 17, at 1:30 1 p. m. j MRS. EVA STEWARD, Owner. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer. j Your Comfort ! Christmas carries with ! it an ape-old suggestion of ! COMFORT and CHEER, j the full meaning: of which was brought to us by the needs of our ancestors. LIGHT means COMFORT. COMFORT is trebled when J you can have light where you want it! A WAL- j LACE adjustable lamp, j trim in appearance, capa- ; ble of being . folded in a . j compact shape ready to be placed in the pocket, low 1 in cost, throws a concen- j Mi A. . . I iratea stream or nrtit nasas wherever you want it. Comes in eight beautiful fini?hes with eight feet of cord and a plug, only $3.30 to $4.00. Write to Albert L. Perkins, 208 Elm Street, Barre And an agent will call and demonstrate. The Annual Meeting of the Granite Mutual Inaurance Co. of Barre, Vt., will be held at the Home Office of aaid Company, in the City of Barre, Vt., on Tuesday. January 3rd, 1922 at Ten o'clock A. M. for the purpoae of elect ing Director for the year enduing and the transaction of any other buine which may properly come before aaid meeting. R. O. Robinon, Sec'y. MISCELLANEOUS D. N. HUNT will buy raw furs; hiehest j pric paia: so oiatc - street, jiwnt- c-t c.--.. pelier, Vt. UW " Stmte btlwt ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meetinff of the a took holder of the l'eoplea National Bank CUSTOM BUTCHERING W ar prepared ; IirtTTOr'C PAD "o'tT V 1 to do all kinda of buU-hrrinsr; inquire of i IHIUM'n T UK hALfc ' D. A. Comstoek. 1 Souti Main street, or j HOUSE FOR SALE Cottage house at' ili Kobt 8peflcer, Tel. S27-J, Soutn Barre. I East street. 1 rooms, .bathroom. . pantrr. 228tS i aood eementeS eellar, furnace, electric ITM PREPARED TO DECORATE" YOUR lfht. aas, hot and cold water, large sr HOLIDAY CAKES With senufne hand apataira, t full size city iota. Rood he molded flowers. Tines, fruit, etc., in whit bouse, shed. 17 apple trees, raspberries. or colors: write for partkulars t Mrs. Alice oiarKbernes, atrawBemes : owner ieavine: r. Hood. Randolph Ctr.. Vt.. R. F. D. 2 218014 TO RENT Varuum cleaners; tbs Elcctri Btor. lElm tnart '8tf DANCING LESSONS Privat lastrurtion by appointment! call at 17 Main atrert, 'phone U6-M i Marl Quinlaa. '.tint 21fltf m KD-1 : state ; apply on premises or 35-M. TO KETTLE THE HARRIET TI. WARDS ESTATE Will aell 'he aix-room eottatr house at 14S Washington street; if interested, call Edith M. Carr. .IMlj 191lf S"OR SALE The E. A. Prindle housnt. 3 Keith avenue, corner Summer St and Keith arenuc. , t7tf LIVESTOCK FOR SALE REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULL FOR S A 1 . r. From my accredited herd BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES r - " I GOOD OrPOKTl ri I lY for party wisktmr' ty aranit well known to the retail icpt. . 191; ..red by . JS-nS. Burk aire ' 10 '"f.'", fi.T'TX Of Barre will be M .t tWr tankin, j --J- plant rea.ly to operate . aJ rooms in the ( ltV of Barre, ermont, p P 'fown Plainfield Vt-, N. E. 'nhone. ! capital required: eommunKate with G.-V.j on Tuesday, January 10, m2, at 10 tistf j w " T'mn "ffi,f- . oVhx-k in the forenoon, for the pur pose of elrctinir director for tlie en tiling year and the transaction of any other bmineM that may properly come before said meeting. Patod at the City of Barre thia 10th day of Dpcemlier, 1P21. V. C. JOIIXSOX. Jr, Cashier. Your Farm I GUARANTEE YOUR RENTAL INCOME No one will pay you rent when your property is damaged and unfit for use. Therefore, when you have a fire your income from your property will cease. Provide now for this emergency. J. W. DILLON, Bolster Block, Barre, Vermont Ws Hst. Sold One 20.000 Faran ft Date N Kiuaf lee aaal a withdrawal charsss. Ye as seercsflHaasMosiratuasalclaaurcaMseMr. Wni tteirabaa, E. A. Strout Farm Agency Ceanmanleat With i. J. DASHNfcR. Ami. Kowland Block Tlephoa i0. Barr. Vt PRESS YOUR HAY- I willi my nw John Deere-Dsin hay rtnp. This machine will turn out neat. wclU pressed bales that brine; the best mwrfcet price. Its la if capacity save time ind labor JIENRY DWINELL, MAR5HFIELD. VT. Oranire Cwmty 'Phone. Last Call on Furnaces! - Special Prices on a 15.600 ea. ft. and B,0O( e. ft, vj Capacity. MARSH-ALLEN CO. " N. E. Telephone Uft. Oranire Ca'Tflephews PR E-IN VENTOR Y . SALE j You need the coods.. ' W need the - ntnij and the mnney. ' i One l-H. V. TOnitine. " A-l condition T"! Two 1 t-4 H. P. Fnnines. rebuilt, nt One t-H P., Krine .. -, On - H. P. Ul S dar V . iOr 4 1-i If. P. lsed two months '.V'), ; One '-H. P. Used ery little .iVf i 'One I-H. P. Used 1 hours like new Sf On new l-H. P -5' One new i H. P HM One new 1-1 H. P U'i .On new t-H. P ' 'New Lia-ht set Farm Sleds, with boi..fVS IGood uerd Si-reader I! Very lew price on Circular and 1'rst Raws. Britina. etc.. Three pricv ar made t clean rr stoHt Don't wit fill the hae-Arts are won. MARSH-ALLEN CO. i N. IS. Tlei.hnn Urane Co. T.-;rh'-n BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS MOVE ANYWHERE, Pe4 lcrg-'h au-.d mt mena-jremeTtt. -( ch2 " f r t--.ei or'r. Tctir rr-1-T wnil r.e' - p-tv-ript If.iri on. All fiaa parked in nia !t im. Pay Pastanv The Urcsrt Music boo north ef Beatsav Headquarter, - Johaabary. VU Branra ANYTHING, A"' 7KS1 V ' TStC. Areata f Virtar tirtrafaa and Virtay , . Rrrer. ale Soax. a.i Eunww, R. LYNN CLARK, MGR.. tt. J. LAJtOS. HA5ACES. M SIKMIR ST, THONjS UU1 toblem 2 H. G. BENNETT Barre Garage Warnirf for Meeting of the Board af Ciril Authority for Abaterr.eat of ; Taxta t Be Held Dec 23, 121. Tliere will be a Biwtinj of the board of civil authority ftr tfce abatement of Ue. )) i.l in the r!:r niirt room, eitr fcatl. is Teaa -r. IVr. SO. ir?l. at o'clixk p. m. jjsiiES MART. Ci't Ort. Gondn rosting J1J?0 were told at diwjjnt of ti per err', from a icarked-up priea and j.rdnrinj profit of 25 per cent. Find the i markrd-up prke? Any atndrnt preen?in(f correct solution will be gien credit of a week tuition cn rr-itraf if from le. 8 t ree. 19. Day, Ereeiaj, ar Hema StsJy MONTPELIER BUSINESS SCHOOL I2A RICBARDSOJC. PRIX Tfeoata JI7-M; M. MISTER FARMER Why not buy your wife a "2 IX-1" power waslier for Christmas. Mon day ili be lot brighter for tv enlxxlT when mother du Iser wahine with this np-to-date power wab-r. We hate them to run with ehher ftascdin eng:ne electric ino'or. 3i !t motor mprlied for nue wilh frm l ehtinjf ay'eir. t ur new low price. J. L. ARKLEY & SON Craait SU TeL Tt-X. Barr. Vt a(.i:nts wanted Larc.e PHIKT M ANITFACTl'RER n1 Aeenta to aell rtwpH line of shirts di rect to wearer : excluic rattern : t-'l Tal:e: free samnlea : MADISON MILLS j MS Broadway. New York. . - , T3lTORINT 1 j tO RENT FurT-jS?d rrmm for licht Kpw kiunr; also Urv inpi room, vuitiH i rr iiciv a' as.--ararw.rw-j' i ai .vsia ai i. vwiia - MIDDY BLOUSES VT 14 iwrrf) 14. 5 Nr BtM rimnnH (II 4 ft WhH NT 2 Ntwkrprliiirf. I.i Mir n. f3nv4 hMvw-f mr rnmtir m rth Tarf.n roi!r nd thr-? ri 4 thrtf tap on rtH'ar mn4 rtra. C l'ita r'nnh?f4 r to f ai, M oo jp m'iiif r f u rt..i4 tf pot Mtif.rA. So4 bis. 9teaaur. R. F. Horaberg -TV. SaOers Ta.l.r" -lf Water 'tu Tirtetwn, Hmm.