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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921.
ABOUT THE STATE . Happening of laterarS from Different Section Mrs. Hannatt Martin of Peacham cel ebrated her Diet birthday anniversary' Dec. 15. She remarkably active for bar years, although somewhat deaf. Rudolph Deitlauriers, 15-year-old aon , f Mr. and Mri. Deslauricra of East Fairfield, waa badly hurt Monday; when he -was kicked in the) stomach by horse he was feeding. The boy was unconscious for aomo time. As a memorial to her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. Leonard, Mrs. Katherine Leonard Wright . of Boston haa given the Baptist Sunday school of Brattleboro two $100 Liberty bonds, fff income to be devoted annu ally to some particular project. Chicken thieves robbed Abdallah Mady of Burlington of all his poultry 27 hens Sunday night. ' When ha rent to feed them, all he found was their heads on the henhouse floor. The thieves had evidently been in no hurry and had beheaded them before they ' left.' , . " Fred C. Gale, formerly of Guilford, but now of New York, was attacked by a stranger in a garage in New York recently, receiving a bullet wound In his headf Mr. Gale was bending over tn oil can when the stranger drew a revolver and fired, the bullet striking Mr. Gale in the head, Inflicting a scalp wound, and the stranger disappeared, tt is thought his assailant intended to rob him of a diamond ring. Albert A. Cole, while working at an emery wheel in the shop of E. G. Ktreetcr in Wilmington Dee. 17, was badly hurt by the breaking of the wheel. One piece struck Mr. Cole un der one eye, making a gash an inch long, also making a mark. on the eye ball. His glasses were shattered, driv ing pieces of the glass into the wound on his fase. .Another man was woric ing near him, who at once shut off the 'power. Mr. Cole will have no partic ular trouble from the wound unless it becomes infected. CORINTH j A suitcase which has traveled much arrived in.-Brattleboro within a few days, after" beinir absent since last April. Jt belonged to Charles Voetsch Slid was checked from Brattleboro to Now York in that month when' Vootsch Mid a party of friends from Green fiolil, Mas., were about to start for a trip abroad. Since that day It had not been heard from until it arrived back in Brattleboro this week. It had been opcnwl in the meantime and sev eral article taken out. The tags nhowed that it had traveled in France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, thence back top" ranee, New York and Brattle boro. Mr. Vintch rsturned to Brat tleboro in July. . f BUILDING BIG ORGAN. Eatey Co.; Brattleboro, Making Re markably Fast Time. Brattleboro, Dec. 22. At the factory of the Estey Organ company, a pipe organ costing 110,000, for which none of the parts was in stock and which was not started until the first of the . present month, is complete and ready, lor shipment at the plant. The in strument was built on a contract that called for its installation in the Cen tury ' theater, Methuen, Mass., not later than NeW Year's eve, and it was constructed without sidetracking other work. This is the first of 12 organs which the Estey company is to make between now and next summer for the Century Theaters, Inc., of Boston, a syndicate which is' establishing a chain of mov Ing picture theaters in eastern Massa i chusetts. The Estey company will furnish organs for all the theaters the syndicate erects. EAST ORANGE Mr. 'and Mrs.'-Leon Hutchins and child of East Barre visited Ilila Bow en and family recently. Mrs. Machia and John O' Mera of Went Topnham were visitors at G E. Hutch inson's Suqday. John Clark and daughter of Wrst Topshara visited Jerry Dashncr and family recently. C. M. Colby wa in Bradford on busi ness recently. Claude Clark wa-s in Orange Satur day. There will be a Christmas tree, with appropriate exercises by the children at the church Thursday evening, the 22d. G.- W. Davis has returned from his t viit in Syracuse, X. Y. Day Kiehardaon of Waliington spent the'last of the week at Charles Dow's. Henry Kennedy of MontpelieT was in the place the last of the week. Charles Simpson was in Bradford on Saturday on business Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Frefcott went to Fairlce Saturday, returning home Sunday, being called there on account of the serious condition of Mrs. I'rcs cott's mother, Mrs. Everett. Hilas Bowen, who ha been confined to the house for some time, seetna to be gaining and his many friends hope lie may continue to improve. Hsrold, the little son of Mr. and Mm. Karl Preseott, who ha been hav ing glandular fever, is gaining slowly. F. A. Burroughs was in Vt Tops ham Saturday. Lester Robert, the four-month -old son of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Ellis, died at Cottage hoxpital, Woodsville, N. H., Tucsdny, Dec. 13. The funeral was held at David Sargent's on Thurs day afternoon, Rev. Alexander of Brad ford officiating. Two selections were sung by Mrs. M. n. Dicknison, Mrs. F. ,T. Hutton and George W. Hooker, with Mrs. Carrie Edson as organist. Burial was at the Center. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ellis, grandparent and un cle, Warren Ellis of Woronoeo, Mass., and Mr, and Mrs. Wesson Sargent of Ryegate were the out-of-town people in attendance. There was a profusion of beautiful flowers. The mother of the baby is Irene, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Sargent. They have the deepest sympathy of a large circle of friends, F, J. Hutton was confined to the house all of. last week with bronchitis. The fair held by the benevolent so ciety was a grand success, $35 being realized from the sale, Mrs. Carrie Eaton, vice-president, was in charge in the absence of the president, Mrs. D. N. Sargent. The sale table was in charge of Mrs. Mary Ladd and Mrs. G. B. Hastings the fish pond, Mrs. J. R. Woodcock, Mrs. Walter Colby; food table, Mrs. M. Bowen; coffee, Mrs. E. F. Colby; candy, Mrs. Ann Hodge, Mrs. A. W. Eastman. Recitations were giv en by Miss Emma Henry, E. M. Wil ley, Beatrice Huntington, William Pat trick. Mrs. Carrie Edson presided at the organ, with a choir of George W. Hooker, Mrs. M. H. Dickinson, Mrs. F. J. Hutton. Mr. and Mrs. John Hastings are the proud grandparents of a daughter, born to. their daughter, Alvah Hastings of Vershire, last Thursday nigh. She has been named Beverly Amber. Adoniram Leitch is very ilj. NEARLY KILLED IlDIGESTlOn "Friiit-a-tives" Restored Him to Perfect Health South Rotalto!, Vermont. "About three years ago, I began to suffer with Indigestion, Foodsoured id my stomachy causing roe to belch ; and I had terrible heart burn. I was knocked out and good for nothing, when X read about "Fruit-a-tives" and sent for a box. To vay surprise and gladness, I noticed im provement and I continued the use of "Fruit-a-tives", or "Fruit Laxo Tablets" with the result that a doasen boxes mademefeellikeanewperson". . CHAS. F. II ART WELL. 60c a box, 6 for $2 50, trial size, 23c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A TIYE3 Limited, OGDENSBURQ, N.Y. EAST MONTPELIER . Charles Abbiati was a business vis itor in Barre Friday. Gorald Mason was a visitor in Barre on Friday. Miss Eva Long, Raymond and Lynn Copping, who art attending Plainficld high school, ara at home for the Christ mas recess. . M. E. Howland and Lee Chandlor were business Visitors in Barre Fri day. Dean GalHson and wife of South Woodbury were in town Sunday and flionday. Mr. and Mrs. John Bond and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vincent were in Barre huturday. Mr. and Mrs.. Oscar Emery were Christmas shoppers in Barre Saturday. M. W. Harrmi visited relatives1 in Monlpelier Sunday. Joseph Corrigan and bis sister, Mn Marv C'orrigani were In Barre Sunday. I he stoneshed crew began work on Monday, after a shutdown of over two weeks. Ralph St. Cyr of Barre was in town Monday on busine;. I lie village schools will have a Christmas tree and entertainment at the yehoolhouse on Friday, Dec. 23. at 2 o'clock. . . , H. L. Sparrow was a business visitor in Montpelier Tuesday. W . A. 1 I'oint took a load of dressed pork to Barre on Tuesday. ( Kidney and Bladder Troubles HAVE TO 60 Clogged-up kidney deposits are dis solved and the Toxins (poisons) com pletely driven out. "Your very life," Hays Dr. Carey, "depends upon the perfect functioning of your kidneys" Don't neglect them. When your back aches, have darting pains, dizziness. hcadaciet, had stomach and tongue, annoying bladder troubles,' cloudy urine, rheumatism, puffy eyes, specks, or any other tendency to Bright' Dis ease, Diabctis or Gravel, Kidney Trou ble In its worst form may be stealing upon you. Never mind the failures ot the past, insist upon having, at once, bottle of guaranteed Dr. Carey's Marsh-Root prescription No. 777. (Liq uid or Tablet form) from the Red Cross Pharmacy or any other relia ble druggist, for Kidney and Bladder troubles don't wear away, they will grow upon you slowly, stealthily and with unfailing certainty. Every good druggiHt has been authorised to refund purchase price on two bottles to all who state they have had no benefit adv. i LASTING (GIFTS Aluminum Ware makes a lasting and practical gift as well as a constant re minder of the giver. . We received last night a large assort ment of - "Great Northern" Aluminum which was rather late in arriving. For this reason we are offering the en tire lot at greatly reduced prices. Quick action will be ncessary for you to benefit by these prices. Every piece is sold with a twenty-year guarantee. Other Suggestions Dinner Ware, Glass Ware, Toys, China, Nickel Ware, Shopping Bags E M. Lyon 185 North Main Street, TeL 584-M Mail Orders Filled ESTATE Of AMOS L. MERRILL. 8t.nU of Vermont, district of Washington, is'. Th honorable probata court for the dis trict of Wuhiiurton : to nil person In terested in the eatatet of Amos L. Merrill, lata of City of Barre, in said district, de ceased, GREETING ! At a probata court, holder, at Montpelier, within and for said district on - the 14th day ot December, 1921, A. Leroy Smith, administrator da bonis non of the estate of Amos L. Merrill, lata of City of Barre, in said distrct, deceased, makes application to file in said court a new bond with sureties in substitution for hi adminlatra tor's bond now on file in said court. And it ia ordered by Raid court that the 9th day of January, 1922, at the probate office in said Montpelier, be assigned for hearing on said application ; and that notice thereof be given to all persons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks suc cessively in the Barre Dally Tirnea, a new, paper circulating in that vicinity, in said district, previous to the time appointed. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the probata of said will, if you have causa. . Given under my hand at Montpelier In said 'district, this 14th day of December, 1921. LUA B. EDSON, Register. Dacl5-22-29 Three Lines for 25c FOR SALE The Times will publish Wants, Lost and IFOR round. For Sale, To Let, etc snort aovor t (semen ts at the rate of three line for twenty-five cent for the first insertion and ten cents for each subsequent Insertion. FARMS FOR SALE ESTATE OF GEORGE W. HUNT. SUte of Vermont, district of Washington, a. The honorable probata court for the dis trict of Washington 1 to all persona inter ested in the estate of George W. Hunt, late of City nf Barre, in said district, deceased, GREETING i At a probata court holden at Montpelier, within and for said district on the 7th day of December, 4921, an instrument pur. Farm Specials No. 1448. Fully equipped even to house hold furniture and automobile. The own er is leaving the state and offers every thing on tliis 100 acre farm, Ave miles from Barre. On the place at this time ara 22 head of stock. 6 hogs. 60 or 0 hens, two good horses and all farming ma chinery, including two mowing mRchlnes, horse rake, tedder, disc harrow, spring tooth harrow, 2 plows, cultivator, drag aaw, two horse farm wagon, 2 buggies, set sleds, pung, cream separator, cans,, harnesses, small tools, wood, crops, etc.. etc. A good in come from the.dny you take possession. There are about 40 acres in tillaga, most of which lays practically level ; no hand mow ing ; balance pasture and wood. The build ing consist of an extra good twelve room house ? one SJ ft and two 86 ft. barns : tie ups for 24 head. The property is on a good road ; near neighbors and school ; eream team calls ; easy drive to Barre. The special price is $7000.00 which is 1600.00 loss than it hs been offered for without household furniture er car. No. 1540. Wood and lumber enough to pay for this several times over. Why not make your spare time worth good money J Only 1500.00 or possibly less required to secure this. There are 22S acres with at OH Sores, Ulcers and Eczema Vanish Good, Old, Sellable Peterson's Oint ment a Favorite Remedy. $3.5Q Try a load of mixed limb and second growth wood. It is a bargain and would make an ex cellent Christmas gift D. M. Miles Coal Co. 140 North Main Street, Tel. 133 ot uecemler. an instrument pur- lM1)t , of wood. Comfortable house porting to be the last will and testament j a an . i n. :..,.. cif George W. Hunt, late of City of Barre, , bush of at least 1000 trees. Quanti- n aaid district, deceased, was presented to U, of fir ,nd ,nru. The place ia la the court aforesaid, for probate. . I ..tnt .i, . , m:t. from Barre: .A". " , ;rdeTel b,r,"id "II th".t,l three-fourth, mile from school and about one 29th day of December. 1921. at the probate ( mil(, jTom office nd ,tor.. d.ily Itag, office in said Montpelier. be assigned for wilhjn fcw Prio, ll650.Oo. proving aaid instrument -, and that notice i t thereof be given to all persona concerned, i . I by publishing this order three weeks sue- ineee are gooa ve u as you can many ceasively in the Barre Daily Times, a new.- Som one will own them soon. It s paper circulating in that vicinity, in I 1 " " me now- aaid district, previous to the time ap- oointed. Therefore, you ara hereby notified to ap-' near before aaid court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the probate of said will, if you have cause. ! (iiven under my hand at Montpelier, in l said district, this Tth day of December. 1921, I FRANK I. MARTIN, Judge. Doc8-16-22 I- KALE Flrt w.t, wood S4.60: lust block elinnlnir SS.KS: soft! wooo alabs. dry, 3.25. green, 12.65! wil) driver in one-half run lots at same price; ?,Jf. J Spencer, 58 So. Main street. Tel. . 236! FURNITURE TbK6XiE-rnlK5fc7im4i- tion : Mrs.JU Gilette, 5 Willey St. 234t3 rOR SALE A Scotch collie dog, 4 yearn old. one of the best cattle dog and wsteh dos that can be found! in quire of J. F. Rogers R. F D. 1. Box 57. South Royal ton, yt. 234tl HAY FOR SALE-Pissed or lo7e : also all iJ?'?? .riry ttm wood: Cam ire. Tel. 307-25. Becklay hill, Barre. 23U8 A CHTIISTMAS SALE T wtirlve"a dis count of 10 per cent on all ale for cesh on all purchases of $1.00 or more, excluding some irrvvl as sugar. bner. et-. No dis count for meh. Revular prices n efl WKts aiiWtet to We dfneoant. Rale commencing Dj. 12th. continuing until t reduce my slock of mdse. as I see fit to di continue salei E. -. E. Maxfield, PlainfieM. v-....: V ' " ,' . i2ti MILT, ST,AB"s"FOR RALE K0e"TSr run "at mills Flint Bros., Washington, Vt. 225U2 $EC0TWBv buying dr?hTrd"oo"f. We can furnish yor with the following irn" p.r nm e"ond growth, extra lanr. M JOs Mock. i.?K. three runs for StS: Jlnb. 2.7 end 3 : Cranite City Bottling Works, 'phone 726-M, or 746-W. 221tf SJ.ffiHTLY tTSED PIANO FORS ALE been used onlv about two months: cos Jllghty msrred in transit; A- A. Lamnr--. Lamore?rClothlng Co. 210tf FOR SALE A preparation for -. eWnln gmnlte nnd marble monument; hrtehtena nn the Jetterfn an makes the whol- mnrn. tnent look eln and newr fnieranteedi rici on appestlon! James Sullivan. 114 PhrV street. Barre, Vt. ltf AUTOMOHTLES ESTATE OF CHARLES BIAKCHI ! a,-, Farm of 157 Acres Must Be Sold to Settle Estate ! Good buildings, sirring water runs at both ham and house; good pasture, will !-e,-p 25 rows, best of location ?n state toad. Is Your Income Multiplying or docs it all jro for daily needf In- Kure your earning capacity and if you live, you save the money. Consult u. ; National Life Ina. Co. of Vt, (Mutual). I S. S. Ballard, general agent, 45 State street, llor.tpolier, Vt. J. Seagor, lo cal agent. . . , J "Had SI ulcers on my legs. Doctors wanted to cut oB leg, Peterson's Ointment cured me." Wm. J. Nichols, 402 Wilder Street, Rochester. N. Y. Get large box for only 85 rents at any druggist- says Peterson, of Buffalo, and money back if it isn't the beat you ever used. Always keep Petersen's Ointment in the houae. Fine for burns, scalds, braises, sunburn, chafing and the surest remedy for Itching ecsema and piles the world haa ever known. "Peterson's Ointment is the hart for hleedinff and itehmv ntlea I h... - found.' -Major Charles E. Whitney, Vine-! yard Haven, Mass. - i "Peterson's Ointment has given great satisfaction for Salt Rheum." Mrs. i. i Weiss, Cuylerville. N. Y. I All druggists sell It, recommend K. Mail orders filled by Peterson Ointment Co., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y-Adv. V ig. i esswsm ATmt. u We go by your house most every day picking up batteries. Thone 600 Barre, and we will be glad to call for yours and store it right for the winter. Oliver's Battery Station Battery Specialist BARRE. State of Vermont district of Washington, aa. The honorable probate court for the dis trict aforesaid, to all persona interested In the estate ot Charles Bianchi, lata of City of Barre, in said district, deceased, GREETING t WHEREAS, taid court haa assigned the 10th day of January next for examining ' and allowing the account of the executor of the estate of aaid deceased and lor a decree 1 nn.kii w,,u in uhnnl. a milee t- viVie. of the residua of aaid estate to the lawful ; 7 mes to railroad : one of the best famia claimants os" the same, and order! that ; j town; price and terms tasonable. If public notice thereof be givea to all per- thinking of buying it will pay you t lock sons inwresTa in saia osteie or pvtin-.,t tni, flrm. About 45 tons of hay lor ing this orter three eeks successively ute. fj. H. Adams. Adm.. Chelsea, Vt l4ti previcnm 10 ins uay awngnvu, in u pirn Dally Times, a naa-apaper published at City tt Harre, in said district THEREFORE, yoo are hereby notified te BERLIN CORNER A special Christmae musical service for tbe rommnnitr will be held in the Berlin Corners riuri'h on Sunday at 10:4.1 a. m. "The iTirhtmas Kinjf," a cantata, will He presented by the fol lorn inje siniT, Messrs. Arthur Brown, tlinton Benjamin and lf.nry IVrrin. Mrs. Charlea l'.r.n. Mrs. Oarcn"e Pike, Mie liertha Collins and Anna Seluia. The or,ja!iit and acmmpanist will he Mrs Harold Barney Ihe patr, Re. Frank BlomfeM, will five a short address ih "The Vi Men and Their C.ifta.' Per Cent Interest PAID Carrying out our prom ises this Bank will pay its savings depositors for the semi-annual pe riod ending December 31 1921, interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. Highest Rate of Interest That is exactly what you will get by opening a savings ac count in this Bank. 4 3-4 Percent Interest Guaranteed A Interest will be paid by this bank at the rate of 4 per cent per annum for the six months' period ending June 30, 1922. This we absolutely guarantee. Surplus Guarantees Safety to Depositors This Bank can afford to pay 4 per cent interest with safety to its depositors and safety to the Bank. It has the necessary capital and surplus required by law to permit this rate of interest. Information Regarding Deposits Deposits made on or before January 12, 1922, will draw in terest at 4s,i per cent from January 1, 1922. A Savings Account may be opened in person, or by mail. In opening a Savings Account by mail, write us a letter, enclosing either check, money order or currency. If currency is sent, the letter should be registered. The Burlington Trust Company, Burlington, Vt. Adco Dry Storage Battery GUARANTEED FOR THREE YEARS will not freeze; will not corrode; will not sulphate; will not buckle plates; fool prdof; requires no water. NO MORE BATTERY TROUBLE H. F. Cutler & Son HELP WANTED MALE appear at the probata office in Montpelier, j WaN'TEDA reliable" experienced married In aaid district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of ssld account it yon see eause, and to establish your richt a heirs, legatees and lawful r:airrnt to said residue. Given tinder my hand, this lith day of December, 1921. FRANK J. MARTIN, Judye. Decl5-JJ-2 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF JAMES C BHERIDAN. The undersirned, hatrinc been appointed fey the honorable prooatr court tor the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust the claims and demaads of all persona ayainxt the eetate ef James C. Sheridan, late of Granlteville, in said dis trict, deceased, and all claims exhibited in off Bet thereto, hereby ie netiee that we ill meet for the purpose aforesaid, at tbe residence of Maieolm MrKlnnon in the town of Barre, in said dlstret, on the 16th day of January and 10th day of April next, from 10 o'clock a, ra. until t oelock p. m.. on each of aaid days and that six months from the th day of November. A. D. 121. Is the time limited by said court for said credi tors to prrsent their claims to us for ex amination and allowance. Ia.ted at Barre Town, this (th day of December. A. D. 1921. , CEORC.E J. PKAGER. MALCOLM McKLVNOtf, Commits loners Pce-1-Z2 man foe renerai farm worn, reierences required : can furnish rood tenement near school i state wsiree expected; H. H. Car penter. Marshfield. Vt. 2iUt H E LPW A NTED FEMALE WANTED Mlddlr-agcd woman aa house keeper, In family of two; write to "B." cars Barre Timce. 23613 WANTED Wcm'an forirenerar housework in small famliy on farm ; Mrs. H. H. Cot ley. Randolph Center. Vt. "Itf WANTED A competent maid for general housework; Mrs. W. S. Smith, 84 Collepe tMontpliT.el.S8s-W:jittl WANTED Experienced operators and rirls to learn ; stead work guaranteed ; Tao ber Lipton Co, CJiurrli streetBarra 225lf WKXrEli'ftxinit "women" to enter Barre City hospital trainin school to tram to become nurses ; apply to the superintendent at the hosnltal. 18"t FOR LK 4eHndT 'Hcii car. cheap ! 1 nalr horses. 7 rears old: uleds. hern"', hlnket; 1 yoke of oxen ; Tel. 429-J. Moit pelier, Vt. 218ti?e HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SAL; Drfvlner'horse. f. Kentle. years eld, with barnees. 153 s also r!r of hnry slodi. n-wly painted, e-nod "ondion; ? : lnouir Howard J, Tuttle. E. F. n, Plalnfleld, Vt. 226tl2 Upstairs at Colton's Place ! HORSE GOOOD3 DEPARTMENT More Stable Blankets ....1X98. f.M, Morn Street BlBnlceta....S.0O. ,00, $7 00 More Teem Blankets 15.00, I.O0, f7.0'l Men Horse Collar 12.48, $?.n Mor-i Re'cst Beds, all else ,...47e, More Drivine? Harness '.'0.no to !9.r. More Kerm Ilfmnn $55,00 to t.fX.nn Morn Phcep Lined Coets f!.o More Shoep LinecJ tJl.ters 1.M Mo'e Fur Woe Uletere ,..,$22:59 And a lot more Good Thiniu. VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO, . 4 State Street Montpelipr. Vermont CoulJa't Eiite Arm tt Heal Norfolk. X. Y Ort. 13, 191. To WTinm It Vim? Cvticrn : Fnr eiera! year rt I fcave suf fereI everelr w:h rheumatism ia bit arm. - I ra-j'.i nt raiee it to tr. t fcfs L Ater trvir.j seteral rhy.K-.an wita ojt !T rt iief, I derided to try the A. J. ' P. r.heuirst.r "ure. On hot:l of tie; remeir t-jk the rheuT.ati.Tt f ; arm. I (aa nrr?a:is?T ;ak well f -r its Eer.-i after hat it tie d fr-r e. K. K. Bal:aa. ' Voor rcrrift iaa it- A4. REMEMBER J We can make prompt delivery of all sizes of HIGH . I GRADE coal and all kinds of DRY WOOD. HARD- j WOOD SLABS or LAST BLOCK WASTE at ?4.00 i per load ia an exceptionally good buy. 1 Calder & Richardson, 'Phone 450 AMERICAN LEGION HALL CAN NOW BE RENTED FOR DANCES, SOCIALS AND OTHER GATHERINGS NLYV, FIRST CL.S FLOOR. WFI.L HEATED APPLY TO CHARLES ZANLEONI, JR., luF.r.E vixg co. Montpelier Office Supply Store 97 State Street Near Pavilion Hotel EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Do you realize that Office Supplies make excellent Christmas Gifts? We suggest Ink Stands, Memorandum Books, Calendar Pads Desk Baskets Rulers, Card Cabinets Diaries, Blank Books OUR SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK One dozen Pencils 33c One dozen Stone Cutters Pencils . . . . 33c One dozen Eberhard Faber Pencils 33c Money Boxes Coin Bags Letter Scales Tencil Sharpeners Stamp Moisteners Wallets Administrator's Sale at Auction at the lata home of Mm. Sarah J. Hines, on School SU, 2 minutes' walk postotlica and tores, South Barre, Vt., Tuesday, December 27 t 1 o'clock in the afternoon. the following detwriliexl property: A amall house of S moma, hardwood floort on ftrt floor, nith tpxnl rollar, lied attached, also the houe . fur niithinzs, cook tive, chairs, tahlt, stands, lounge, aew-injr machine, chif fonier, old-style bureau, feather bed, mattered?, bedstead, several good quilts, lied spring, some ladies cloth ing, clock, cpxlcerr. many piece an tique style, tilver "and glass ware, tin and iron ware, mirror, pictures, al bums, lamps, some dry stove wood and tnanv other thing not mentioned. Be' sure of the date, Dec. 27, 1921, at I o'clock in the afternoon. C. M. SCRIBNER, Adra'r. 0. H. HALE, Auctioneer. HOUSES TO RENT T6!RENT C rornn ectutje at 145 Wsh- fnvtim street : Mrs. Edith M. Carr. Irl I-M. ; Hilt TO RENT A -room tenement wTSemmarr strmt : E. I- Smith, inaiura of A. W Clark, ratntw. TA 28S-Y. CS5tf TO RENT OR FOR SALE Sin room dwell- tnt a 2S Plks strwt: l first elass eon dltion: inquir of G. H. Papa. Keith avenue; Tel. ZfiE-M. ltf TO RENT Ffv room urotsirs trnrnnt, with aiaetrlc lirhta and kath. cltar, bam rrivllrcrs and ood rin; sultaUd at 1 Clark St., UIphon t-R or Inquir at 2t-?2 Howland Bldg. tltf TO RENT 4-room tenement on North Main strset : also t-room Unmit on Noth Srminarr HrV, : Inquira at 129 North Main strwrt Tel. 21-J. f J!08tf FOR RENT 4-rooni eottira hoosa cn Third strati rle-trio Urhts : John F. Benjamin."!. 1-R! t7tf TO RFNT -Foor-room tenrmcnt, first flour. 4 Maple arrnmi; thro rows end bath tenement 1 gem'nsrr street: rosnn and hath tenement 74 Brook street: MeAllvtee 4 Kent. . J04tf WANTEt) WNTKrV A sernnd hand narlnr heater: In flnit rtsM condition; Tel. 251-M. JSStI W ANTFD TO BHV-- kw.' new mil-h or nearhv springers ; It M. Farnham, Mnnt- pe'ier. VU Tel. JOT. 22ftf WfNTED-Will erisnire new ir.ilrh 'on for her; John F. Benjamin, Tsl. 10S-R. Iltf RAW FUB WANTED-- We want all th-"raw fur w ean hue at New York price ; ex ten furs of all kinds: w par fsner prices: II shlnment" hel snhieet to retnrn In to . c. L. BMvsr. the fur man. Plained vt siotf WANTED T e'irhsne good first tnort r.rnt or ood rent fnr oretrre for farm stock end tnols! call Ceo. F. Lacker and son. 12 Stste strset. Montpslier, "phone H-M r S91-M. ?00tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES YOUROPPORTUNTTY"blndro.ndent and tjroepcrma. Become our sperlst rep. reaentativ. all Brood, in rortetnt demon'!. Psrt!ruls- Frc. The BACOKN COM PANY. Elmira. N. Y. KBStl RIDE TO" FORTUNE-We have" plan to ctsbiKh vou kn the motor bo husines In thia territory. The GreaHest Onpomnitr at band trvday with Catiitel eesily rsis-Ml hv ro and our friends. You can "arn n Net Profit of sixty ner cent a year in ad dit'on" to your salary. Your Capital re-n-'ina under your eontrol Write tn-day for full risrtirular. The Commerce Motor Cat Co.. Detroit. Mich. , C85t7eod GOOD OPPORTTrNrfY for" party wishi-! to eneaee in the manufacture f a perla! tr rranite well known to the retail trado LTp-to-dat plunt ready to operate. otni enpitnl reooird : communicate with "V. V. W.'' Timea office. I9tf TANK HEATERS Th j kind you like to warm water fot your cattle. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N, E. Telephone 140. Orsnce Co. Telcrho-a The . St.. Pierre Anti-Skid Tire Chains boils for aervire. All weldleas parts. Th' mo it tries to skid the harder it irrios. 1 Thee tire chains are especially valuabb on snow as they enable cars to run snfef and easily when without them motor tra sling would b impossible Pcslrned, patented and manufactured hi a Vermont man who has to run his car aO winter. W have them now in stock. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140. Orange Co. Telephons TO OUR .CUSTOMERS We with to thank you for the .very tener pua patronage you hae ariven us throurh the year peat. W appreciate your husina and .ar makin all arraneementa to giv you the best poasiblo sen-ice the comins Seaman. - We have a littJ a-irt for you. thst yoo may act by cullina- in anytime before New Year's. It is very small but fome'hine you are always needing- and seldom have. That you may have a Joyous Chritma and a hsppy and proeperoua Nw Year, is the wick of MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Telephone 140. Oranir Co. 'Telethons LIVESTOCK FOR SALE TWENTY SHOATS AND PIOS FOR SALE B. F. Davis. Trow M:!l, lei. ait-w. S4t REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BITLL FOR RA1.E From my acrredttrd herd. Born Sept. 19l : sired by a 82-!b. Burke aire 'and from a hsndsom untested nam: will trade for HoUtin rrom an acrrenitefl Hera ; D. P. Town. Plalnfleld. Vt. N. E. 'pbone. nttf DR. L. H. CRABTREE and GAGE & GAGE 4 PALMER CHIROPRACTOP.S) Hours: Daily l 00 to 11:04 a. m, t. 09 to t:00 p. m.. and :ia to I p. -eept Monday afternoon. Friday afternoon and Saturday evening.! Offic: Carrier Block, 'Phone 44X-W Reaidenca: Merchant Su. 'Phun (23-B DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OrBc In Room IS, Milea Building Telephone Connectloa OFFICI HOURS : t a. m. to 1 J m. and 1 ;fl t 4 a. m. Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and Friday TElZ'oFFICE .-M. RK5IDENCE, 4S-M COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BLOCK - BARRX. VT. NOTARY PUBLIC I DR. HOWARD A. DREW ' OSTEOPATHIC PHY51CIAX BLANCHAXD PL DO. Phones: Offlc. 70-W J Residear. DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Spet'ializinjf ia the Diseases of the Skin and Cancer. )ffic tloura 10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to i p. m. daily. WedneediiT ami Satttntay E-eninri. rv. eno r rj , p t uviii- suvm at Milea Granite Building, Barre, Vt PERRY & NOON AN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL rURNISHrN'JS ITaspital Ambulane Service Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square, Barr. TeL eoanevtien, LA-W WE. ALWAYS HAVE Just what you are lock ing for in the line of jt w-try, silverware, cut class, etc. Also stationery. Our watrk) cad dork repair work gaaf aatred. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler ?4 flm fruicrr SOLE AGENT FOR ' BOSTON AVERICAV BAILE"S MUSIC ROOMS TV largest Mosfc kews oorth af Bos task Headaanen. St. Jcdnabary, Vt, Brma.-k star at 20 Pearl Street, Barre, Vt Arrets for Vlrtc Tk-troia aad Ylrto Reraros ; aj anewraa aaa si H. J. LAKOK. MAN AiTS. DR. A. A. MORTIMER ETERIXARIAN DARRE, NT, TELEPHONE 79 -M IOVE ANYTHING. ANYWHERE,! ANYTIME TEX YEA R J' txriFIEXCE R. LYNN CLARK, MGR 4 SVIIMER ST, THONii Sell Your Farm MISCELLANEOUS f M PREPARED TO 'DECORATE YOUR HOLIDAY CAKES Wit eenuin hsna rnoided flowers, vin-e. fruit, rt-:.. In whit lor cnlors : write for particulars ; Mrs. Alice , Hood, Randolph Ctr., Vt., R. F. D. - yists Ttl"RENT Vacoum' efealMrVrTTb "Elerrrte Store. KElm atreet IW rNCIN(l LESSONF Private instruction be apociptnirrt ; call at 171 Main etrert, Vhnne 1K-M: Msrie Oulnlaa. tDtf W Hav Sold Ore 20.000 FarwM t Datw N lattat h sad a wahdnweJ chsiaes. Yc Bay as a ahtafiarssksM Woss E. A. Strout Farm Agency Cnsswleat With I, J. DA MINER. A swat, Howkaad Block TastdtsM lit. feaxra, Vs. SHERIFFS SALE Taken by virtue of aa wveratioii t m direru-d. and will be sold at public aucttna to aatwfy aaid execution, a the law di rect, on th 2rd day of Dee, A. I. IKl. at t orlnck In th forenoosi. in th hieh wsy near Ju . th foi Imei n fdr cribed pravtrty, to wit: one biark and whit cow. H- J RLAYTON. Dept. 5 he riff. DeUd at City of Barr. Vt, this tth day nf Dee.. 1921. Decli Si ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Mevtjnc of th Craait Mu taal In.urenre Co. --f Barre, Vt, will be hetd at th Hin Om of aaid Cootpanr. in th City ef Barre. Vt, ew Taeedty. da uary trd. 1 -2 at Te clrk a. sa, for the pun T eteettny iirwiers lor in year rr.,u nt and th tiaactMn of any other bueiiwes whwk snaV property mri btot 4 weetin. . G. ROBIXSO.V. ear. LOSTAND FOUND EOST Ssturday nUht between Berlin St. and pontofrice. lafiiea' rold Wsltham watch, open fac with monoyrem "N. M. P." ; finder plcsre call S3d-M. or leave at Timea offioe: reward. va LOST Between" wi,infJ and "Cutler Cor. ncr, a bunry boot: If found pleas notifv Arthur Ladd. Plainfield. -Ut3 LOST Brown and black, larce fo hound ; small round collar; finder pieas tel pbon owner. 434-M. i-Stl POULTRY AND EGGS IS.M'WHrT WYAVTXTTE. M.n ROSE COMH BKOWN LEGHORN COCKER ELS FOR SALE ThM birds from pris wteninc strain; no frmal'-"- Do not ask for them. Order at once: W heelorJl 6ter. Woeceetcr. Vt, R F. D. -. I. tSt j IOR SALE Fsncr ritin rhirkena 4rte per tt. ; fat fowls SSc tb, dressed ; fresh , rs and potatoes E. O. Rudd. Bpper Beck- ley street. Barr, K34t JIOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE This A. frindl house at 35 Keith avenue, comer Summer Jit. and I Keith arenas. 174 tl ROOMSTO RENT j TO RENT Rooms sniub! foe office Si ! Nichols block; apply at Jack'a lunch. Kirkola block. tJStf TO RENT Lanr front mom. wth smaller j room eonneetrd, furnished and steam heated: aie on aato stall to rent rail li Fsntem avenue or Tel. 4-W. Holiday Goods PRICES ON MONUMENTS or lower or than thry will b (a tw er-mtris tree re e later. T " is ) seer eX sis tieee wi 1 shew. Tberefiee. SV mw, sr.4 mm smoey. ' trtt "lit help f jr, -r pn Tws.r i, wv , . 1 w mm , r.t - ftarvaina www ; ca.i. wtk j. O. BILODEAU & CO, INC Tl, f . s. PAT- Our lina of Holiday Goods tioty on difplay. We curdially invite jou to come in and look them over. Xo trouble to show gxjih. Buy early. Lee & Clara B. Shortt MarshGcM, Vennoct H. G. BENNETT Barre Garage . WE WISH YOTJ " A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR J. L. AKKLEY & SON Craalt t, TeL Tk-X. Barr. Vt