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Happening! of Intrert f rora i Diffeiwt Sectioat. The homo of Noodham Bartlett, an Igfd man who lms boen postmasUir at hcarbnrg for aouio time, y do itroyed by lire this wck. Mra. Hardy Bundy of lyndonville was hadly hurt ft few days ago when the pulley wheel of the bam door fell upon her scalp as sho was. pausing through the door. . A bad gash was cut (u her head. . Rev. F. W. Clayton, who came to Burlington from Toronto to be assist ant at St. Paul's church, Burlington, preaching his first sermon there uct. 0, has resigned and his resignation has been accepted. , As Albert. Granger, of Passumpsie was trying to set up s sawing machine a few days ago, his right hand became rautrlit and lie lost a tnurao. une forefinger was also-badly lacerated. A substitute played the organ in the North chureh at St. Johnstmry wsi Sunday,' it being the second Sunday that Alfred II. Brooke had missed in the 41 years that he has been organist. Little Marion Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Allen of Newport who had been afflicted with the results f infantile paralysis since she was four years old and had been taken to Boston for treatment, died there lnis . week of the results of scarlet fever, i which set in soon after she had been I operated tjpon for the paralyzed condi tion. She was 13 years old. In the midst of a birthday party which Mr. and Mrs. Herbert T. Silsby were giving at their home in Lunen burr Tuesday evening, it was dis covered that the house was afire, starting from the chimney. Consider able damage resulted from the water used and from chopping through the partitions, but t lie guests Undoubted ly were ft big factor in staying the prog ress ot the names. Lunenmirgs two t chemical engines were called also. DaloV the . 12-year-old son of Mr. nd Mrs. J. M. Oi'cutt of Woodsville, N'. H.j was fatally injured while skiing tm a steep hill near his home Tuesday, n his swift flight down the. hill he, ran into the branch of a tree, and was thrown from his skis. He tried to walk but dropped in the snow and bled profusely. His play unite and mother took the boy into the bouse where lie dittd in less than 30 minutes. The medical investigation showed that the branch had penetrated his body and faused 'internul injuries. The boy's father is employed at St. Jolmsbury, being an auditor for the B. 4. M. railroad. WEST FAIRLEE CENTER Charles Husk,, who ha been in poor health several months, 1m been much worse of lute and hia advanced years give little hope of recovery. He is re ceiving every possible care and comfort, in the home of his son, K. J, Runs. The t;ov roller and snowplowa were used to break tho roads for the first time tills winter lnt Thursday, Jan. li. , The Sunday school party for Jan uary wa held in the vestry Saturday afternoon, Jan. 14. The children were left in charge of their own .games, with the result that it was very live ly and happy party. Anna Moherg and C'atlivruio Blake In J in some sing ing game, which were new and very much enjoyed. A few parents were present to serve apples and doughnuts and hot popcorn at. the close of the aft The prayer meeting Jan. 15 was in the Blood brook district at the home of M its .-Sadie. Southworth. Jan. 22, it will bo in the Center district at the home of Mrs. Grace Blandin. , Mrs. Itcbeeca Lyon has been in poor health recently, but is now nearly, re covered. She enjoys remarkable health and vigor for a person , over 90 years of age. , i ' Roswell Corey finished working his sawmill at South Corinth Jan.. 1.4. He goes next with his men to another of his mills located near Ely station. " Mrs. A. IT. Sargent went to Han over, Jan. 15. Miss Freda J. Randall, home demon stration agent for the Orange County Farm bureau, ha been invited to take charge of the children's exhibits at the next West Fairlee Center fair, Aug. I) Rev. Arthur , It. Sargent . began a series o fsermons on "The Lord's Pray er" Sunday, Jan.. 13. , His first sub ject was, "Our Father." Next Sun day it will be "Who Art in Heaven.' These sermons deal first and chiefly with prayer, and how the familiar words would change, the world if they became the inmost desire and ruling passion of all Christians who try to pray as Jesus taught His disciples to Pr.v- KORTU MOISTPEUEii K. C. Hillis was In Burlington last week to attend the dairymen's moot ing. Frank Labeau has blood poisoning In one hand. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Copeland spent Sunday at her father's in J'luiiifleld. . C. M. Clark got one" finger jammed in the card machine last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellis were in Barre Sunday to call on their daughter, who is at Ooddurd seminary. Mrs. Ruth Butterfield Is In PtainMd caring for Mrs. Lucy Hollister, who is Sick. : . ' ,",' ' ..J Mr. and Mrs. Everett Chase of -Plain- field were the guests of ' Mrs t hai lea Stoddard Sunday. - -' j Mr. and Mrs. Will Coburn were in ! Burlington last week to attend the dairymen s mewing, BOSTON. MASS. A mlii lit from surfaoe or subway ears famed for own fort, aaoveriience and asartaay. HefarniarMM. All la modern eonvenienoaa in avery mm prompt service moderate prlree. European elan. tl.&O day up sad the saia.ua restaurant now an of Boston's show plana, whara the choicest tha mark! affords la served la gnalnt aad) baaotifal aerroundlnga Sa pan vol saw, uancing ana iDam. THE FAMOUS PUWFIELD During thevfirece storm of Jan. U, which" lasted in Bennington and vicin ity from, noon until 0 p. ni., the large " barn of Henry Harrington was blown down, Herbert A. Stratton's farmhouse uecupied by William Lane, was strip ped of nearly all Its shingles, the east end of the Buck farm barn, was un roofed and tho flying debris smashed many windows in the house. The gale and snow tilled every.' crack apd ievji ice so tnat, ata. a p. ni. larwers iouna their stock; "covered with snow and standing, in ; snow. At the Harring ton farm', wiwre. a ,barn blew down, the stock were all in another barn. MORETOWN Miss Jane Foley of Websterville is a guert of Mrs. Hugh Carpenter. F. H. Sawyer and JR. F. Griffith were in Montpelier Thursday. Several from here attended the an nual Odd Fellows eupper at Waitsfleld Thursday evening. Mrs. J. W. Bates is confined to ner home bv illness. . . The Bryant & Chapman company of Hartford, Conn., have sold the More- town creamery to Mr. Messer of Moni- policr. f . . Mm F. K. Johnson, who was able to be about the house, had a relapse on Wednesday and is in quite serious condition. The "annual meeting of the ladies' nid was held Wednesday at Mrs. B. S. Ward's. Mr. and Airs. v. J. jrerris were in Montpelier Tuesday. E. E. Kingsbury, who has been 'ill with a hard cold, is able to be out. W, L. Wilcox -as in Barre Wednes day. ' .- i What? A concert given by the God dard Glee club. Where? At North Mr. and Mrs. Russell Collins were in Montpelier hall. When? Monday eve- Shady Rill Friday evening to attend ng. Jan. 23. Supper and dance after the grango meeting and install the of- concert. adv, j ficers. , ... : . .' , i i ' ' , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Page of Plain- field were the guests of Mr4 and Mrs. ! ja. main ounuay.- Mrs. Lucy Hollister's friends here will be glad to hear that she is better and on the gain. i Sidney Stoddard visited at his grandparents' , in Plainlield last week. The Sunday school will be held In the hall next Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Ward Silver was in East Barre over the week end to visit his wife. I Mrs. Hattie Collins and Mrs. Fred Little called at Mr. . and Mrs. Guy Raymond's on Hollister hill Sunday. Mrs. John Walker anif Miss "Ruth.; Kelton were in Barre Saturday, Several from here attended the-, minstrel show at Plainficld Saturday evening. , Miss Lillian Barber of Marshfleld has returned to her work in the board ing house after spending her vaca tion at home. 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, Bam, VtnuoBt ' ESTATE OP H. ALONZO PAGE. 6Lnt of Vermont, district of Whlnton, . Tha honor bit Probst court for tha rlta. trir.t aforeaaid, to all parson lntritrj In tha mtata ot H. Aloirco Fair, lata of Plulnrl-ld In mid district, davanaad, GREET ING ! WHEREAS, said court has aiaiirnad tha 3rd day of Fabruary naxt for anamlnlns and allowlnr tha account of tha administra tor of tha aaUta of aald decaaaard and for a decraa of the residua of said oalata to) lawful claimants of . tha atme. nnd ordered j that nubile notlca thereof be riven tt all Ler ' ' eons interested in said eatata by publishing inia orner mrea wws sucoeanve.y j" v-1 Lv. ,t .nj . .,h In. .a m - - - . . ; J I .K. llariw " - Dally Times, a newsnaoer uubluihed at City of Barre in said district 'l'lIEKEr'OKI?, yeu are hereby noliilrd to appear at the probat.1 offics in Montpelier. In said district, on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of 1d account if you ea causa, and - to osUblish your rlKht as helrr. legataaa and lasrful cUimanta to said rwldua. Given under my band, this 13th day of January, 1922. , FRANK J. MABT1.V, Jidaa. J-nl4-21-2$ Three Lines for,23c FOR SALE The Times will oubllah Want. Loat and.l-OR 8 A LE - Nice" hay." 124 "alorT"al Uln.U Found. For Bale, To Ut, et.short sdwr-j of dry wood. Tel. 7aw." zwtS tlsementa at the rata of three lines fa i CENERAfi" STWtlr vnu "Vs t .-' twenty-flva centa for the first insertion sndl W(nt " J' '.IVlh.?11, sALE-tf y011 ..s for ..ch aubsaouent insert.,. , y, rj FARMS FOR SALE nine- Z2 7r "?Vi t m BW.'k. m - ' i urn ... ... "v.i.iiw. , . I u r r. . j ""C J wim odloc. I'AKM uuili9-iv sen ami timimnn. WOOD FOR aire , L" . hr.l Farms (n Vermont and New Enifland 'Y". OAl K-Nice hard fltatea; at loweat prices and eaaleat Urma. r. r i thrm What do you want to buy? What tmv. , jtopltm-.",, n ,7"' n COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE STRAFFORD ' , Mrs. Oscar OuTmet of Scarsburg near Ij perished in the severe wind and snowstorm of Jan. II. She had been to carry a man by team to the Grout ramp in West Dover and on the return trip her horse got out of the road and horse, sleight and driver went over the bank, -which iis high and steep. How long Mrs. Ouimet lay in the snow is unknown, but slits finally recovered sufficiently to free the horse from the leight and make her way with the horse to Harry Cutting's, where she fell in the yard. She was seen as she fell and taken into the house where she revived enough to tell the story of her accident. Men went for the sleigh and after staying over night at the Cutting home she resumed her journey, reaching home aaftly, but , tipping over several times on the? trip 1 Mrs. Oiumet was unused to northern j winters, as she recently came from I (ha south. I Free to Asthma and Hay Fever Sufferers Free Trial of a Method That Anyon Can Use Without Discomfort w or ton of Time. We have a method for the control af Aattitm, and we want you to try it at our xponae. No matter whether your case is of Ion standing' or recent development, whether it la prenent as chronic aathma or hay fever, you should aend for a free list aur method. No matter In what climate yc.u live, no natter what your ace or oeu ,-vation. if you r troubled with asthma, or hay fever our method should relieve you promptly. We especially want to send It to those apparently hopelan caaea, where all forma of inhalers, douches, opium preparation. fumes, "patent amokea." etc, have failed. We want to show everyone at our expense. that our method 1 deeitcned to end all diffi cult breathinir, all wheczin, and all those tirible paroxysma. Thie free otter w oo Important to ncalect I etna-la day. Vi'rita now and hearin the method at once. Send no money. Simply i rrmil coupon below. IV it To-day you oe not even pay postage. The annual meeting of the Congre gational society was held at the li-, brary hall on Saturday afternoon. Miss Joslin of Waitafield is teach ing the winter term at Strafford Center..- -.'V' . Mr. Lewin of Hanover was a recent guest at W. P, Stone's. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Scribner arc parents of a sixth daughter, bom the 13th. . The annual auditors meeting is called for Wednesday, Feb. i, at 10 o'clock a. m. Mrs. Klbridge Linton is spending some time with the family of her brother, Martin Judd, at Whit River Junction, A special meeting of the O. E. H. with an initiation was held Saturday evening. Mis Juanita Bvrry is visiting her aunt, Mrs. H. Varney. Unusual Dusincss Opportunity Riverside Hotel in Montpelier To Be Sold Within a very few .wtars there was a certain piece of real extate in Montpelier that was a drug in the market. Town folks would say, when it was spoken of, that it never pall and couldn't be made to pay. Today that same property is one of the bunlett places in the city and couldn't be bought for twice the purchasable price a short time ago. The Riverside property is now in the market to be sold. It is one of the best bargains in Montpcli?r today. It is in the market for sale because the owner by reason of other financial matters is without sufficient tapiUl to kt-cp it and maintain other holdings. Tho KJvtrside Hotel i$ very desiral.lti; it is Ideated in one of the best sections of the city, directly opposiu the State House and the new National Life Insurancs building, whkh will be occupied by this com pany during the coming summer, alno tht legislature convenes here in January. There is a (.-rowing demand for accommodations such as the Riverside a fiords It is real money-making proposition and a most un usual opportunity. The owner's reasons for selling are only those above stated, hut they are ufficiint to necessitate the sale of this property at once, and it h for this reason that tho property can be bought sow several thousand dollars Jens than under ordinary circumstances. Anyone being In a position to operate a first -elasa rooming ' and boarding hotel cannot ail'ord to let this opportunity go by. Come and look the property over Investigate for yourself and do a little figuring for yourself, and be convinced Act ouickly don't it t this opportunity pass. ' The property is going to be sold and someone U going to get a real bargain. Don't wait act now. Call and ee the property and get full par ticulars. MARV E. XELSbNY Riverside Hole!,. Montpelier, Vt. I2S SUtr- Street, Td. 319-W. ESTATE OF NAT. O. tkGt The undersigned, having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the district of Washington, commisnloners, to receive, ex amine, and adjust the clairaa and demands of all ucrsons against the estata of Nat. U. Page, lata of Painfield. in aaid dt lain (.'number. A ilurnhsm, South Royartoo, Vt. tsSUS WANTED Two Men, or Man With Boys To handle splendid farm with lum bers estimated to be front 200,000 to 300,000 ft. This especially well located farm it offered for sale at only a lit tle more Uian the lumber is worth to a person who ran handle it. Kasy terms of payment can be bad or de- ..t.l. ; ..1, f ka i.V.ii in In offset thereto, hereby . give notice that part pylC-nt Buildings rocsist of wa will meet for the pnrpoea aforesaid, at nine room house, now used by twe the renidenco of. Mra. Nollia Paa-e in thelc i ! j .t.. . t.. i. town of Plainfield. in said district on th?4th I ", mm in .nu wi-pr, . aay of Jaauai,i, ana Uu Zitn day or June, IVZ2, from 10 o'clock a.' m.. until t o'clock p. m on each of said dnya and tint alx months from the 27th day of December. A. D. 1921. is the time limited by aald court for aald creditors to present theit claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Plainfield . this 11th day of January. A. l. 1922. WALDO E. PERKTNS, FRED V. DAVIS. Commissioner. Jan 14-21-28 ESTATE OF JAMES GALLI The Poor Fish! He I received a bill to-day for, a dress you brought a year ago. , , She That's thata lovely gown you raved oved; the one I wore the bight you proposed. He Ii'm! Pretty, tough when a fel low has to pay for the bait and the hook that caught him. Boston, , ran- The Proper Course. "What's your idea of beginning with pie and eating your dinner backward t'!( "My stomach's wpset."-Boston , transcript. Central Orange County Jersey Cattle Club Holds Annual Meeting. At 10:30 on Tuesday, January 17, the members of the Central l)ran County Jersey Cattle club met at Chelsea town hall for the annual meet iiig of the organization. A large per-1 eeniage or we memuers were present. Among the items of business tran sacted by the club in its business ses aioin waa the vote to appropriate $23 for the club treasury for prizes to the members of the cslf club who would exhibit at the Tunbridge fair. It was also voted that a committee of three be appointed to draw up resolution ecpresing sympathy from the club to Mr. Hemenway and his family because of his sickness. At Boon an oyster dinner wes served at the Congregational church to mem bers of the club and their families; about 0 people sat down for the din ner. At two o'clock in the afternoon the meeting was again railed to order and E. S. Brigham was introduced as speaker. His subjwt was 'Bovine Tuberculosis" and he gave a very Inter eating and instrtn-tive talk on lbs his tory and prrigrca if (he rradirstmn work done by tlw slate and federal departments of aprtrulture FREE TRIAL COUPON FRONTIER ASTHMA CO., Room SOS G Niatrara and Hudson Streets, ' Buffalo, N. Y. Send free trial of your method to: Kidney and Bladder Troubles Conquered or Money Back The oflioers rlettpd bv the luh for the ensuing vear are as Miosis; President. J. P. Davia; sre .retl-nt. Ben linker: sc-rriary Ireme ircr, ;, O. Bk-knell. The litre mrrnliere imm t aerv with the Ti.fre dirertori were- I. M. Birkiwll. K. K. Hut.h;n son. and Huward 1 ik Ler. For 40 years, said Dr. Carey, I have been prescribing Marshroot for kid ney and bladder sicknem and now that I have retired from active practice I have made arrangements with leading druggists to dispense this wonderful prescription at a moderate price, on the . money bark if dissatisfied plan. Beware of kidney diseasethousands die of it every year who ought to be enjoying the blessings of life- anJ health. Watch the symptoms. If you have specks floating before the eyes, puffy eyes, clammy feet or moist palms. bs-kac!ie or sidcarhe, rnn ought to get a bottle of I. Carey's Marhroot right away.- j It has wonderfully benefited tens jof t holli-andf of eam&m of kidney ami Problem 8 for the office assistant who got in during the war when the standard was low, but is now out of a job. Which is more profitable a few months in our school, learning short hand, typewriting and bookkeeping or waiting or 40 years for an other world war to give janitorial qualifications a superintendent's po sition and salary r Try Our Day, Evening or Home 3, . Study Classes. MONTPELIER DU5INESS SCHOOL IRi RICHARDSON. PRIST. Phones 517-M; 41-M. V. G. E. FLANDERS, M. D 2U and 236 Mala 8L. Burliogton. Vt. Cancer Treatment a Specialty , Hours : . Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 1 to 4 p. so. and by appointment, J State of Vermont, district of Washington, as. I Tne honorable probate court for the die . trict aforesaid, to all interested in I the estate of James Galli. late of City of I Barre, . in aaid district, deceased. GREET i-Nif : - ...... WHEREAS, sold court has aesiertad th 2Srd day of January next for examining and allowinc the account of the administrator of the estate of aaid deceased and for a decree of the residue of aaid estate to the lawful claimants of tlw same, and orders I that nublie notice thereof be given to all per sons tnterestv-d in said aetata by publish ing this onr three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in tha Barre Daily Times, a newspaper published at City ef Berre. In aaid district. THEREFORE, you are hereby 'notifted fa appear at tha probate pfflc in Montpelier, In aaid district, en tha day assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of aaid account if you ae cause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful rlaircsnta to aald residue. Giren under my band, this 4th day of January, 19U2, FRANK J. MARTrN. iudga. Jan-lS-20 (Hi ft. long with extra good stable for 20 .cows; plenty of room for tools a lo hog house, hen house, silo, etc, Tho buildings are well roofed and tie place is wry pleasantly situated, nar noighbors, schoo store, etc.; depot practically on the farm. Easy drive to Barre on state road- There are' 100 acree of land, about 40 in practically level tillage with no stone, J-.xlra gooa pasture a larm which will carry 20 cows or more, oe pnding upon the farmer; ia jtartly stocked with 11 cows, 5 head of j-mang stock, brood sow, 4 sboats ; Uiti tools consist of 7 H. P. engine, circular sa,w, drag saw, mowing machine plow, har rows, corn planter, farm wagon, sleds, Uranesscs, cr-am separator, crops, etc. Nearly 100,000 ft., of lumber is al ready cut and now on the premises. Price for the entire outfit ia only $500.00 If you want a good farm, well loca ted, at a little more than the lumber is worth look this over. A payment of of $1000.00 to $1500.00 down, will be accepted if party is situated so as to handle the lumber. Bear in mind this is not a back farm, being only about four and one-half miles' from Barre City. For full particulars, inquire of the wis block or. 0 -dollars per; ll.'iairiKtoun. liverrd. Tel. loj. 0n !',.;'. wood -ion ii a r.R " i-r-ti -r'':V n.- F BIOKK WOO mRnia; call Sam Ooulil. - isot:9- 4M Tel. 407.R. efdcdJ''ve-de-In VVVlWrCil 1. f ."'"bl; flurry, situated quarVy Thv - '"'"'"l tho Acm Grnlt muchbut 'u"rT' not been worked. arcXnr , ik,. ,rom ' hM tak-n - rying aa ft kt iB 1' ,n 10 ,tart ,mr" 0...'"T. ;Wrta on the top. two thuuM-w ,J!r? 'i-ee Umatd at .j ""-wuarry la reached by ran ana tM . . - . , inqtiiio of Tl ,... nf '"""'"J , Particulars' R. K D. S i v 2"?', Wllllamstown.,; ouare. Barre Vt, rick Noonn' D",,: SAW fr a v - ' -4 1 Mae I I . . second Vrewh ""y,n ry ,rd wjod fn and Ubt XtJ J- M " Bottiina wi'Jr 'ii"! Orsnit CuV run SETS W"a or ,746-W. S47tf able to h ortan beins; muff.. Cf the 1 . f V1 lur "" snd '"' Cloth ing".vtor.a,n PrlC" tl.S and St ?o . "'nufcturer at 75c. orders' Wvf,. , ,,"Un, LETT Hanl. ,?mp,ev-H' BART-' .,-i.ALETA ""Paration for cbanirir . il."n- mnrb. tnonumsnh: brlirhlens H.. 1 and makes ihe who, morn- iJik ltmn ,,nd B"': urnteM; pric. 'g"vtJ'mCT-Sn'livan- nV FOR SALK-S-vrMMoreanmare Harness Month at Colton's Nickle driving harness ...... oh Kuy"' Driving Harness Rul)br Drivinr -T.rn. Sins-lo Farm Ha mesa ,.' Double Farm Harness ....... Double Farm Harness ....... Heavy Turn trn... Human.. Collars. '.12.80 ; Flt.11 ru i:'m , VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO ; "4 State Street .,ntn-.r. t'wt'" Last Call on Sleds " 1 set 1 bvam D. H. nl,.H ,r a. J s-t 8 beam O. H. aleds , 4o.r. J J act 1 bam r H. slede- fill Mv I act S beam T. H. aleds $60.0-1 Upstairs at Colton's Viae? M State- Street Montpelier. Vemmr.t GUARDIAN SALE " Household Goods at auction. The undersigned will sell at public auction in the Seminary at Waterbury Cen ter at 10 in the forenoon on Wednesday, the 25th of Jan uary, 1922, the following goods and personal property. Chairs Bureaus Commodes - Cupboards Bedding and 25 quits Sheets Pillow Cases Home Spun Goods Antiques, 1 Paisley Shawl Flax Wheel 8 Glass Knobs . Home Woven Carpet, good bunch of Rugs Chests Oil Heater Sewing Machine lot of Dishes and -Tinware some Preserves r . , , --'vf"''' This property is all good clean goods and belong to the Mary N. Cressey estate. Here is a good chance for a young couple to bet a good start in housekeeping goods. - There is also 1 Disk Harrow, 1 Mowing Machine, 1 Pung Sled and 1 American Harrow with other goods too numerous to mention. D. A. PERRY, Auctioneer, FRED W. BRYAN. Clerk, D. J. ADAMS, Guardian AGENTS WANTED ArCEPT""TllISbFFERIFY0liWANt KKAL MONEY 6weet made I120S last month. Rot Largeet Company ef its kind In America. Your profit fs to Is per order. Wa furnish full equipment. AH you do is call on our customers and take their orders for famnus Comer all-weather coats. Biz, permanent proposition. 8rare ! tiir or full time. No capital required. Writo ouick for or that will put you on , the road itt success. THE COMER J4FO. CO., D.pt. C- U'83, trt-vton Ohio. S0tl NO DULL TIMES SELLING FOOD peo. s rt vfi i ,,-c-,-; , -. pie must eat. Feicral Distributora ma,SA,LAi6lai1' or cromlssion. No big proata. IS.OOO yearly and up. No tap- I "! tm.ti.u i,", Agency itl ev, espcrienoo . needed-Guaranteed ai'.. 'EDRAL NL.RSERILS. Rh?. sales, unsold goods can ba returned. Your)- , -.'---1 name em rroducts builds your own business i MEN Gron irs of dependable stock want re- L Z I ..si9.no ..?o.r ,.$25.so ..I12.M . ..ISO.flO , ..ffis.on .J75.0H HELP WANTED MALE reiirat ordc-ra sure. Exclusive territory. Write FEDERAL . PURS FOOD . CO., Chcago 2Btl AfiKN-rSMake $U a day selling Creaeo Newt-Ether Shopping Bae-a and guaran teed Waterproof Aprons. Our New 1hre-In-Ono Bag is the fas'rst aeller on eartb. Writi for territory. Improved Mfg. Co.. Dsn. 237.- AshUeid. O. -r- Vmf AGENTS Make tit a week by aclting 4 av. crsno Crraro Raincoats a etayi cutlit fre. No delivering. Improved Mfg. Co., Dept. 28S, A3liland.CV Stutl rKODirciNO TAILORING AGENTS WANTED, Men's mnde to erdrr cloth ing (Unicn Mattel. H Beautiful materials 1-owtat : s. New Knrinr Swatch Jin ready. LEEDS WOOLEN HILLS. Chicago. 20tl ROOMS TO RENT f6RNT Furnished room, ateairi heated'; at 47 MorcTiant street, phone 63-M. S!5"t4 BOARD AND ROOM Table boarders wanted ; also three or four furnished moms to rent ; good location ,- apply Cor, Washington street and Highland avenue. Flora Jones,' D. C, Ph. C. Palmer Chiropractor At the GAGE A GAGE office. 4:00 to t:00 p. m. Dally (Except Sunday I 'Fhonci Office; Barra 62-W Res. Montpeiier. 829-W DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office In Room IS, Milea Building Tclephoa Coanettloa OFFICE HOURS : a. m. to li m. and 1 :8 ta 4 p. m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday If EST TOPSI1A M tvoi 1 1 oi ii ts i . u . txrirs fricn! c-gl'ml , ir Jan. 111. pieaar nn-.tiliT 1 hr? fili lutiMaT mtiiifusri .i!aiif rmtii tf l.rss.ti;i '.t.rt : il- fc e u( k a-i" 1- M. I -tts. bladder troubles and it th medirine ou ran lwv deprnj upon. Rcnil;a are rtia ra titer J. -int.-Ih Danwl t;. tarey fi-arjuirg physician for tnin'r rear anJ lis i;n't prrw rii.: i,.n, Ma'ralirnot, anie4 thouwin.U of aiifferrra from kid ney and b'idder trmibSea. Hereafter yen c alwava fet this effect irg pre srrit.t mn in both lku4 and lahlrt l.vrm at Red tVo ll.armact- and a!l r I ab'e j harrr a-it tii omrtrr rr. Krep in m:p4 name. Ir 'r....'. a j Marhro..t prescript n. Ko. 777. e , U, s'r anWicine c. a tk adr. f ST.- THONE 160 'CUTLER BRO.'S LI VERY! WHEN IX NEED OF A PUBLIC SURREY :IEETS ALL TRAI.VS 1 1 .-. ijii v -". ' 1, f-Sfik -;'i"'"? f . 1 ' ."Jk ia.fg i a ! f ' .b t j :- r-s l 1 "i o ' , t r f: a - r f Xht ,r 1 tsars . Stock and Tools At . AUCTION A I am leaving the Kate at one, wilt seil at auction on Tussdzy Hflernson, Jan. 24 at ai a'clock at tlie Im-mI farm, to callc.l, at (he Bond cr-istinj in lowar Webter ill, tlie following dem-ibe-d atork anl tooU: 5 HEAD OF STOCK 2 Jersey r, due In fresh In Way, 2 yfatLngs, ralf; all ftjb nulla t"t-j e L 2 hcr.es, a (.ixxl light team aet ' double wf;k harnesses.. tra $-d; mh but c iirne. driving harness, rietr j ormic c ro Ire ma ti;ne. ti hnr rake, ruiasi ay nanosr. spring tooti I barra, .nf bora ruHitaU.r, oa k't- j Vn, ! Jor aralkma; pi.m . nearly, new: to al sBrrey. upreis arajfon. ' ep'e "eig'i, te !.! farm ssagin. et to bcae led hay ra- k. cross rut a. 4 to 5 ten nf har, ho to 9fl Ln. utra r-!at i u.s,. fn-t fK,;er. .-.fitt. S Wet-1 tf rab- 1-age. inet.!y -f ed er, rVt a ' !. tn-i a kit ef sma" t;. ini rwter. . bf ttstv Als ; I a ?. I Terms at i -ne e.f . Ta-i-lay aft-' a-c, J n ft. st a' 1 - a CRABtES DOES05, Cwrt;. V. A, TZS2T, Ant, TEL OFFICE :3-M. CESIOt-TNCE. 4t-M COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BLOCK SAME. VT. KOTAXY PUBUC DR. CARL F. ROBINSON fyrrfaiirii-g In the Disease of tha Skin and Cancer. O.Uce Hour 10 to 12 a. in. and 1 to o p. m. daily. Wednesday and Saturday Ereninffa Tbon 7ft-K, Room t Milea Granit building, Barre, Vt. TO RENT One room and a two-room suite to let; nicely furnished and eteam heated; beat location fn the city; write to "H. C." care the Timea. SSStf DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATTIIC PHYSICIAN BLAXCHABD BLOa Phones: Office. T0(-W Residence, TOt-B . PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FCKXISHfN'IS Hospital Ambu'saca Serric Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Stoare. Barre. TeL eon WE ALWAYS jitat wna you are looking (or in tha line of itwelry, s.lverwars. cut rlasa, ttc. Alao Oar sretcs and clack repair work auar. anteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler t ELM PTREET SOLE AGENT FOB "BOSTON AMETRICAN" 3ILSCELLANEOUS LOS ANGF.LES MOVIE STUDIO 8Cl NARIO- Cda for writers, with big Di rectory of 16 moving picture companies, tic mailed. Wm. Ic4amere, 21i Mu BUfcr.'. Loa Ang?les, 80tl STORAl.F. ROOM for autoa at 12 Kinney street; Tel. ITd-R. UHt TO RFN'T Vacuum ckrancra: Tlie" Electric Store, 14 Elm street. 4tf t'AMCING LESSON--?rivBU nwtruction by appointmrntt call at 172 Main atreci. phone U-'d i Marie Ouinlaa. .S9tf liable aakanvr ; comminiioa weekly ; no dlivcries. Brown Brother .Nurseries. Rochester, N. Y. ; ,v 260U MAN 'rb SELL GuarantWd ihrnbsT rosea, ti-cca. plants. Weekly pay. Permanent. Kirpcricstce unnecessary. Write now. Barry Nuiwy Co Rochestfr, H.-y. ' 26tl liiS-tlM MONTH Beconja -railway nail clerks. List positions free. Write to day sure. ' Franklin Institute. Dept. 478 P. Rochester, N. Y. 2tS8t3 WANTED Married man to work on farm; good pay and atoauy work for right man apply E. H. Mouiton. H. M. Famhsm farm. "phone 48-V, Montpelier. 2a4tf WANTED AT ONCE A man tT Ul; charge of our work ia Plsinried, Marsh- field and vicinity No one. unless tie live in this terrtory would be accepted, flood chance for hustler. For full particulars write or 'phone, brand Union Tea to. Montpelier.-Vt. - ' 2S2U WANTED ReMable man sell shrube. tree. plants : permanent, weekly pay ; write for terms; Guaranty Nursery Co., Rochester. N. Y. g7tl HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED A middle-aged woman its house kceper on a farm. Apply "A" Timea of fice. ttou REGisTERED TRAINING-SCHOOL" FOR NURSES Oflier three yeaij' course, in cluding three to six months in New York or Boston hoepital : allowance fig per month 1st year, $19 per month 2nd year. 120 per month Srd year; apply "Superintendent,'' rrankua Hospital, rranklin, Mew Hsmp- WANTED ruau iurt , WANTED Married na!l iih lamjly wants steady tKMitir.n on rur ; cm with tenement preferred. Writs U "IC' Cars Bam Timea. , 2fi0t . WANTED Work' byth- hour or ".Jay ; d-j-,' jdresa "M." care of T-mes oflice. ;;8flt 1 1 I WANTEDNoT and No. 4 " steel " junv trans, second hand. Tel. 173-J or ck! ' at 8 Enst street. Barre. S51K2 ; WANTED" TO BUY A 2-hori nmrer; stated ccnditlrn and price; write Box 4S! or 'phone S4I, Barre. S6Jslf.?' WANTED Work by the"da'y"or "week bv a - mdle aicd lady; call or write Room No.,' 1 2, Central heaja.' 208tS WANTED Six heifers Guernar or Jersey v rei. ioi-ui. e SSUte . WANTED To - let a farm of arnan' place; -' arcod r-fcrences furnished; write to "M.J F." care TimeaofTice. i5"t6 WANTED Second handdeHk, IrTgood W dition; one that can-be locked up; Tel M8 ' I " ' S64tt ! . OLD FASHIONED STCTF-Air"kinds"rin". eluding bureaus, ehesU, tables, chairs, ao-1 '" faa, desks,, clocks, bedsteids. mirrnra, rug.i; sprends. andirons, candlesticks, brass or glasa, drawer pulls or knoba. brass or glass:' cMna, pewters, glasa or silver: any. thing old or curious write me ; G. F. Btit-' tcrileld, 189 North Main street. Barre. Vt S50t26ai , WANTED Will .-ichani.-e new miV-h' eowt - for hey; John F. Benjamin, Tel. 10S-R. I ' Iltf f BAW FUR WANTED W want ainfuTraw i fur we can buy at New York prices j ex- s tra furs of all kinds : we pay fancy prices : ! all shlmnents held subject to return in lit 1 days ; C. L. Silwer. tha fur man. PlalnficM. - vt - - . tiotf: HOUSES FOR SALE i shire. Jan21-23-!5 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 111 Cadillac truck; Eskc. Bethel. Vt. K. Paul 26lt f'' Se,y nertlon. . a.w t :nv ---rcuu BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS The largest Mask fca a Mrtk mt Baataav DR. A. A. MORTIMER VETERINARIAN DAHRE, VT, TELEPHONE 479 JI YJ You. Mil Sell our Farm WANTED Young women to enter Barre City hospital training ahnnl to train to become nurses: apply to tha superintendent at the. hospital. ISTtf Wa Hara told Oesw 10.000 Faraaa tat Das Na Intisfl fee aad aa withdrawal ibeieaa. Ys say as ecwasieiiiasaly alter aststeeai wiisicr. wasa E. A. Slrout Farm Agency CaaMBwateat With J. J. UAliHNEB. Asaeat, Hew la ad Block T alee boas n. Baerst, Ti. Beadasurtan. St. Jshaakury. store a 20 Pearl Street, Barre, Vt PRICES OH MONUMENTS are lower new tbaa lhy rill be Vi, Bra ark sneettha fraia now ar later. Th ts ta ta talk, aa time will rbow. Tkerefora. but i now, and aate inoney alaa this will ta laro ih work r ywar felksw snea. We haea Ageata fee tirtar Vietrwlae aast Vk-tar 1" a- , -" -r.ia m J. O. BILODEAU & CO INC a LA ROE, KANAGEK. 1 Barra. l Bacordai aaw HOTEL QT. JAIYIEG TIMIt SQUARE, NEW YORK CITY st Broadway at lCr-i:l W rat 45th SC 1 Am Hot! of qaicf d'r"rtT, ha, taf tkaataaotphe-rgand arpcMvl tat ( s;l coDu.t ae4 44 Tfcettrea, a'.l priwr'pgl ap aa.j cauttfce, j to 3 bub- tea aralk. I rraarelaI1 anWara. X' rasda, aatttor car, k-a suwa. VHhts S aa eatea Ceansl Cra traj S as. antra ftsutirsait aaeart S aaiiaa avary raaam a- i-- t;.- N?r 5 f HORSE BLANKETS We have a few street Blankets which we wish to close out. Come in and look them over, we will give you a good bargain. Lecc & Clara B. Shorft MariafceM, Vrraoat HOUSES TO RENT TO RF.N'T Tenesaent of T rooms at 13 Church street. Vacant Feb. 1. Inquire C.JJV. Averill. gtf TO RENT A nice, warm upstairs tene ment of five rooms with ali improve ment, including gaa stave; alto furnished rooms with eteam heat : Mrs. O. N. fan ton 21 Maple AT'phone71-M. i'Setf TO KENT Coiy upstairs 4 -room tenement for two-paople : modern improveme:tts : call 40&-M; F. C. Wet mora, 4 Wtrren street. ;'.6lf SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT At 44 North Main street: se Paul Kingston, Tel. Itle-I&. 24Stf TO RENT Small ustement aver Boyea'a store) apply to Geo. A. Reed. Muntpeur. VL, Tel. K74-J. 45tf TO rflENT t toon cottage at 14S Wa-d. inrtoa (treat t air. Edit M. Carr. Tel. KiU. Slitf TO RENT A -ronm tenement oa Seminary streas; E. L, Smith, inqiure of A. W. Clark, painter. Tel. 3-Y. IlSff fO RENT OR TOR SALE Six room dwell Ina at t Ptke attet: la rt rlaas co dition i In outre of O. H. Papa, Keith aeenue: Tel. Zi-M. ' SSHf TO RENT Fie room nrntairs tenment, with electric llrhts and bath, cellar, Ura privileres and good rardea ; anttated at 1C riark St. lelapboaa 4-R or b)uire at ft."! flowlend Rldg; ilOtf FOR RENT t-rusm cottars houe n Third at-K etectrfe lignts: Jahi P. Renlamin. Tel. ej.R. TO RENT resir-eoom tenement, first f)c4M-. 4( Msple arenoe: three ream and beta teaement 1 rWlsser street ! tra reams and ba'h tenement 14 Jtrucs strts: : srAHftr A Kent. I4t FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE -Two teiierSenl '. nouse in wiiuamatnwn village; bouse ol 18 rooms: also wanted to buy. a hrr, : house: call. 157 No. Seminary street. Wm. ': Rock. 256t5'i FOR SALE Twelve-room double tenement house. 70 Brouk street: lot 17 ' ft by i 122 1-2 ft : hardwood floors, electricity, hen ; I run. wood heds, porches. Mrs. Katherin j Grogan, Admx. SHU ' FOR-PALE OREXCfANGE FSTfaTnToi ' l-.imber Iota, 7-rocm house with bam, gar- , den: also a blacksmith shop; will taks stork in exchange: if intarcated write tc "Owner." care Barre Timea. 241t2(- Fo ttS A The-E.A. Prindle hmtsVat 35 KeHh avenue, corner Summer- St and Keith a'enuc. 174tt : POULTRY AND EGGS Poultry Show Sixth Annual, at Montpelier, Vt., January 34-xeth. For premium list address E. C. Karrelt, Sec'y- BUSINES.5? OPPORTUNITIES GOOD "OPr-ORtUNITY for'party " wishinj to anmra ia the manufacture of a special ty grani-c well known to the retail trsoc. Up-to-date plant ready to operate, stitsi capital required: communicate wita "V. V W." -Timea offlce. 19tl A Buckeye V . Incubator will batch every ha u he Me Tit. A atand ard eaal buraihg brooder will raise frn-a t4l to 1M4 healthy rbrkeena. W can furnnb all sisea now. MARSH-ALLEN CO. SALESMEN WANTED CAN k'OU eKLL TOEl lirriNG0' NERS ? ; --IH.v tamrany ! araa to aeil w , TelepboJW 140. Oranse to. Telr, h -r, 'tW.hrd ruareateed pain's and roefmas. j jtnatv ! pant rt. Writ tc-dar. cul.-' (trvtRAf-T C 114 W. Ta. Clrrrlssl O. I ivmi POTATOES . m-jtKr ktz j preure spray my t rnt bKfht. mat ai4 oth-r !; , IVe trRAYMO J ne of K's rreur Spra;er for lass iaj por'ant trerk. They are clirapeit beeaa tJ last kr.ger. Wn'.g for e!aS. aa4 price,. Biae F .V) I S tr e M.'a'ra art traa'i ' fu"f. We .,! affal. J. L. ARK LEV SOX C-aof M- Trt. I. More. t MILLER ENUINIS r.x,ji tnr trr Uuahtr and feVrvire rvir, , . .- . ... rt froas mil fee tit. C.rvat aand. a 'J - " , j true' sV wed 1 snane kindb it bxtlt- "" j t-,t hv tee ww eri. t t ti ts , f nT 4"D FO!n ' HI.M !i'E-U H.T-HALL WlVltMiJ. i IC t'Ni f tncmrr. CW- may "he ; a waserfiwe oweta. hvx ia tfm im and sw eg awrtag fee- adwruaiag. Trl. - aeiorate tm a rrfrta kciapn ni rMtin. i T4- Jawtf . ajfwara fr a I ty-4Mil t-merswr w t !0T .li the "party ""vhpcked "or. Ihe tV t-w I" twnrse n. ........ l.v.. tk. v.. M.t-cs- i.ogs t , ,i am ! Pf W m wT aw aow. :m , k 4 i tv4u w Mr. AMrK. 'rhm 1-W vm rm4 i-srs f-aoer 4-M i-.f i h. r ; ti r . if. r. ...- ? i r rw ooad ed escM rs et;-ii at LIVESTOCK FOR SALE f f f. .i" - T Jrr rr-ayajv f f)Mai at a, 1 a ft f -B pwt Urk I. E. rtt& I-Ofc. Kr-W. i MAR5II -ALLEN CO.