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TJJE BARRIO DAILY TIMKS, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1022.
t ABOUT THE STATE Happe-ln.. of Iaterert tren Different Sections. ; Mrs. Marjorie Gr-n of - Winooski, aged 85 yearn, met with ft iau aii'ioeni Tuesday evening wnon sne run uwn slairs and fcroke the wrists of both hands. Mrs Alica Young of Hyde Park recently had an X-ray applied to a ais- abled'wrlst and it revealed a broken needle which has been imbedded tlu:ro 37 years. . Twins, a boy and a girl, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hill of Mount Holly Jan.- 10. They are tlm parents of twins born two years ago, aiso a boy and ft girl. K An overturned lantern started a fire that destroyed a large barn on the farm of Joseph Supernois in Salisbury Wednesday evpinj, to-gether with hay, hens and several pigs. V George H. MeFarland, who died a few days ago at his home in Button, represented the town of Westmorein the legislature of 1900 and was road com missioner for a long term of years. A ' cat belonging to Miss- Marie M. Jarvia of Isle La Motte drove a mink of fine quality fur onto the piazza one day thia week, which was raptured by the Jarvis family after much pursuing. The railr'oad station at Cambridge Junction was totally destroyed by fire Thursday, probably because of an overheated furnace. The loss is $8,000 Considerable other property in the , vicinity was endangered and help was asked ol ncamy communrues. Rev. Fred W. Clayton, who recently resigned as curate at St. raid's Epis copal church in Burlington leaves Feb. 13, for Eaaton, Md., to join Bish op George W. Danvenport a former rector of St. Paul's. He will be assigned a parish in Bishop B&venport's diocese. Jluland Brown, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.,T. P. Brown of Morris villtv broke one leg the first of the week while sliding. He was sliding on a toboggan and put his heel into the now, , t liming his leg in such a way that a bad break resulted between the hip and the knee. An Army Marches On Its Stomach, Said Napoleon - ( The Great Corsican Knew That Success in Life De pends Upon Your Strength, Energy and Endurance. Rev. Stanley Cummings, pastor of 1 the First Congregational church in At, Albans, and -Miss Louise Lowell Greene, daughter of Sirs. M, u. uremic oi ot. Albans, were married. Wednesday in Kutland, Rev. C. C. Merrill of Burling ton state secretary of the Congrega tional conference, performing the cere inony. . I. - Roy L. Patrick of Burlington has ' brought suit in Chittenden county court against Sarah L. Shipmon for the sum of . $1,000, alleging that she wilfully and maliciously on Jan. 13 shot and killed his valuable Gordon setter, which he valued at $900. Mrs. .shipman. was lined (13 and costs in city court Tuesday for: discharging firearms within the city limits, thus breaking a. city ordinance. By Harrison Vaughta. , When Napoleon led his victorious armies through Europe, his wqrst ene mies were not the nations defending themselves against hi smashing on slaught; hut he wa confronted by the graver question of how to provide nourishing and strengthening food for hist soldijers. ' The reat Corsican realized long over a century ago, as has every command ing general since, that men's bodies must be perfectly nourished if they are to retain their natural strength, energy and vigor; in fact, that the very health Kit the human beng is reg ulated almost entirely by the stom ach. Under-feeding, insufficient nour ishment, means loss of flesh, anaemia, lack of red blood and subsequent weakness of tho .entire system. What such people need to enable na ture to brine back their strength and vigor, restore their lost weight, and put them in fighting trim, with rich, red blood coursing through their veina ia Tanlac, the powerful reconstructive tonic and body builder. - A man or woman suffering from sour stomach, bad breath, biliousness, in digestion, or n-aa mi stomach, ia im fitter eithnr -far nWaiol , ,(! ) """t satisfactory results from Tanlac nttea either tor physical or mental wjthout Br,t thlishUiT a free and mtu- ouiierers irom inese ailments ! m- movement of tho bowels. Tanlae Vewta- b!e Pills are absoutaly free from calomel and are told on a positive guarantee to jrlve satisfaction. Adv. peoplu by the thousand are daily tes tifying to the remarkabla. powers of Tanlac in conquering stomach "'trou bles. ' This powerful reconstructive medicine builds up the weak and the despondent; gives them new hope and happiness ul a new li-aso on life. Tan lac's name lias been praised by hundreds , or thousands, J esliinoiuals from every corner of the United States and Canada have shown conclusively that even iu cases whero patients had almost given up all 'hope and where men and women had believed them selves doomed to a life of misery aud suffering, Tanlac has overcome their troubles and brought back health, en ergy and happiness into their lives. If you are not "fit as a fiddlo" in the morning and don't feel . better thau when you went to bed; if your breath is offensive and you have that bad taste in your mouth, your body is not being nourbhed properly. What' you need is Tanlac to restore you to nor mal so Nature can bring back the flesh you've lost, put the bloom of health in your cheeks, the spring of energy in your step and the sparkle of happiness and eonientmeut in your eye. A son was born t Mr. and Mrs. NOTETanlae Vegetable Pills are an ! Ratlph Thurston Jan. 20, sential and vitally important part of the TIle bmj- 0f Robert Richardson, who mohet6wH: Dr. f. K. MeG'uIre of Montpoir was in town Friday,' in conaUliation with J r. Kent ou t ha case of Mrs. F. E. Johnson. ' ' " : ? ',' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Build of Waits Held visited their son, C. L. Baird, and wife Sunday, The Community club is to give an entertainment at the town, hall Mon day evening, Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph St. Cyr of Barre are a; vv, lu. Johnson i. ;..; Miss Etta Js'eiH of Warreu recently visited friends in town. ' Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bates of Mont pelier visited at, F. E. Johnfon'i Jinn day. . Fay Deliervjlle is suffering , from a boll on his hand. Mies Gladys Newton is ill with grip. Sumner Wheeler and Miss Ruth Boardmau of Xorthfield were guests at Mrs. Jennie Pierce's Sunday. - Mr, and Mrs. Ernt Wooden have returned from jS'ew Vork, where they were called by the death of their son. I). H. Austiu is visiting relatives iu Windsor. ... Mrs. Waldo of Williamatown is as sisting In the borne of J, V, Bales dur ing the illness of Mrs. Bates. M. -L. 'Freeman suffered a liad attack of indigestion Tuesday night, but was more comfortable Wednesday. I ; rar rorsiuM ! OIL LIGHT BEATS ELECTRIC OR GAS COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OR SILAS E. WILLIS Three Lines for 25c .... for sale Times' will publi.h Wants,- Lost and j I'9".8,AI'IT ',wl"rT"'Pottllnlt'AVork." ;"f . For Sale, To Let. .t.-short sdvr-1 nalor. botUar, 2(M four ioim hlf-i BURNS 94o AIR A new oil lump that gives an amaz ingly brilliant, soft, white light, even better than gas or electricity, has been tested by tho I. H. Government and .IS leading universities aud found to' be superior to 10 ordinary oil lamp, it burns without odor, smoke or noisi; no pumping up, i simple, clean, r-afe. Burns 4 per cent air and six per cent com mon kerosene (coal oil). The inventor. R. P. -!linon, 14 Washington place, New Vork, is offer ing to send a lamp on 10 days' FKKK trial, or even to give one tllKh to tne first used in each locality who will help him introduce it. Write him to day for full particulars. Also ask him to explain how you can get the agency, and without experience or money make 230 to $500 per month. adv. ine Timet will puoiutn ante,-. i.i-i , vuuuna n orki : er- Tli unri.ralnl h.vlns hMn nnln.J he r'Jna. f or Hale, To bet. snori e-"'- . - v..r, jour aoton ha r-pint theuopr'X dM. JS-r rate of three , lln- , J ZVP Fti, " 1 u"T' of Wwhinrton, eominiKon.r.. to teivv, 1 nty-f nt J" h l,"t 1"1"!I1 I 1. Vt! ,Ur nht m,n Pu r. Wilaon, Beliw examine, and adjust the elaime snd ; tea eeqlt tor aeb mketquent Ineerttas. J . r''J mands of ail tNron acaimt the eUte of i r- j ; I ' "P b'aeta. , Grimm tan Kilaa E. Willi., lata of PainHeld. in. - rnn a t I T '.. , liahtnina- evapurator, aid rtintrict. dreed, and all claims rAKXtIS fUll .tiili p ',? wemo, wsreoy ! nu.-s y-.-gvr -ji,-8Al-n.twh Craniteville Vt. un.ii win meet iu' ine 'junmw we , - r- , ,, . . ; iii.. .ni ..n nn -. said, at tb omr of John A- Koa in the . "' "V once: UK HAI-E-A fox hound: tnwn nr vlnimHwIri in 11, wtrlpf nn fh - - "' - " 16Ui dav of Junuiirv. and loth day of July . ':tfl Lewis Ujjor, Winookl. Vt. ......... OA14 luinininir evanurator. ..' cno Sxl2 ""htnioK evam-ralur, taiikj sdiiT. Sumni-r IUoe.i H-3. Oroton, labor. find life a burden; they look on the world through blue glasses, the joy and reward of the vigorous, happy, nor mally healthy person is not "theirs. Tlieir troubles emlntter them' against the world, destroy their. ambit ions and make tlieir lives dull and unhappy. How foolish to continue in this con dition when on every hand throughout the length . and breadth -of the land, Tanlao is sold In Bane by Barre Drug Co., ir Groton by G. C, Smith, in Marshfleld by E. V. Gilman, in PlaiiificU by 12. F. Leavitt, in Orange by H. M. Richardson, and in Wood bury by B. H. Daniels. Adv. WOMAN CHARGED WITH ARSON. Mrs. Olive Fortier, Rutland, Alleged to Hare Set Barn Fire in Castleton. Rutland, Jan. 2".Mra. Olive For tier of this citv, mother of several children, was arrested Tuesday by Dep uty Sheriff D. A. Barber of this city -on tlie charge of arson. This is the first time that any of those now holding oflice in the sheriff department have ar rested a woman oft that charge in this county. The taking of the woman into custody is the result of a fire which destroyed a farm and 10 tons of hay in Chippenhook, town of Castleton, on Jan. 19, the burned property belonging to C. F. Stafford of Rutland, kfre. Fortier was taken on a warrant Getting Rid of a Stubborn Cough is Child's Play Now Make the Medicine Voursele at Home It's Cheap but You Can't Beat It. If you want to take care of that bed. Y-ms on couch and da it in few hwiia, bettor pet one ounce of Parmint (double strength! and a half pint at lome. Ycni ran do ihit in two minutes hi addinc v i, i. r ... fi I -I W". BotUa j.uiv unwri ijc aim icputjf ruir .ufti shnl A. ti. Preble of. Barre had con ducted a secret inquest before City Judge J-eonard F. Wing. Oh the moriiing after the fire per sons living in : the vicinity saw . the fresh tracks oi a horse and cuttwr near the barn, and tha footprint of a man I and woman leading from the vehicle to The camp belonging to the Richford tho barn , Manufacturing eompany, on the moun tain near Stevens Mills, burned Sun day, Jan. 22, during the .severe wind storm. The camp was overturned by the strong gale, crushing 4h.toveg to the floor. A valuably hound dog was crushed gunder one stove, and burned to death. The loss ' is . estimated at $500, with no insurances ' Miss Shirley Holmc, onc-and:one-half-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Holmes . of Kast Brookfield, has, four great-grandmothers M r. Julia Peabody of East Brookfield and Mrs. James CV Holmes of the same town and Mrs. Julia Goodrich and Mrs. Mary Mctealf, both of Williamstoww, whose ascs are all between 75 and 8j years.- She has one jri'eat-grandfather, James C Holmes of 5a!t Brookfield, and .a grandmother, and grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. Fred K., Holmes of East Brookfield, and a grandmother and grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Goodrich of Williamstown. ,- , Vou'll travel the world ever before ou (et mociicine that wilt met so rarely and quickly on the muooua membrane of the nose and throat. Jt halts the inflammation, the ticklinir sensation atop with the first spoonful tlie heavy breathing! -oea and elean mmbran, free from irritation and mucus Soitowe. rcr caurrnal cmirtiUon euch as mueua droppinae, clowned nostrila and wetery ry. H von't disappoint aak for Parmint (double etimcthi. Speak plainly eo that tne umiiut will know exactly what ou died in Walerbury, was brought here Saturday and buried in the village cemetery. Miss Rachel Adam of Goddant semi nary came home with Miss Alice Hood Saturday for the week end. The social Tuesday evening, given br the "Eager Workers" class, was well , attended despite the intensely cold weather. There - was a program of songs and readings. A bag supper was served and a jolly good time was en enjoyed by all. The weekly "sing" will be held Sat- uruay evening at ine nome ti ir. , ana j .Mrs. urant ttacKson. Sunday school will meet ' at 10 o'clock Sunday morning' at the home of Air; and Mm. John Sanborn. Preach ing services at 7 o'clock in the eve niug as usual y Within 5 Minutes of Everything Wor.th While Uuf el ifeslin Broadwav ivi 29 St. item $ork An High Class Hotel with Moderate Rates tuanuitved to eh -nntiil.o. k..t . a yiurs old: orir . ..k u..t ., ' i. n.!xt, from o'clock a. m. until 4 o'clock $llMKI Secures 125-AcM Farm, I street. Barre. ',J6fi p.m., on each of said days and that six ti..- i..i,.. i lull.,:.,. I irnnn'tviD"Vi ... nKmllui fn the 9th day of January, A. . limbwnod dolivei ?i. j D.. mt, I. -the time limited by .aid Court,". J .erator. full rinpUmenta ye-. "jTJ, dul'vc ' three dollar, per for sid cmiitor. to present their claims j Wiles, tool., all hay foddw. crop. 'n'l"'J. " JV,, "r"" Wllliamstowti. nureds cn inir-rovcd reed, motor bu passes;, WOOD IXJR 8ALK Nol aeleeted ' .J,l cli.se vill.e with rreamery ere. 1 productive.. frowth hody block wood, on T ot cr d. loemy tiilairef brook-watered paeture, wood. I.v.red. Tel. 10i-J yss.vTe houne. Jaree nlun. Kcrllcnt rtvee view I IS i li in I t.A':fcI-"" Wock wood t bern.. aiin. .W. poultry tiou.ee. To clo.e Tel. 'jot.R. maple; call Sam finwW. to u for examination and allowance. Dated at Pleinfiold tills 18th day of Jan uary, A V.. 1022. I.eo TownaAd, Trtinmn H. Hartlrtt, (,'ommfsinnrm. Jan. 20-2.7-Keb.S. ' Popular priced Chb Breakfasts ACafeteriathelastword irt up-to-dateness just opened RATES Single Room with bath $3.00 Double Room with bath 6.00 Correct Prices Here Quality Groceries Fancy Pastry Flour, sack ..,,.$1.00 Fancy Hread Flour 's aek ....,.$1.20 Mixed Cookies, per lb 10 bars Sunny Monday Soap Montpelier Crackers, per box Sodn, pound package ............ Nice Potatoes, per rik. ............ Grapefruit, 4 for ;,... Yellow-eye Beans, per lb. ....,,, Crpamery Butter, per thi Tall Hed Salmon, per can Tall Pink Salmon, per can ........ Campbell's Soup, per can ........ Crisco, 3 ft , can , A trial order makes us friends. Morrill's Cash Store -Morse Block. .20 Ar, '..55 .07 .25 .'J5 .10 .44 .30 .l.- .10 .00 anaiti, an sabou. only uiw mnm, - .-. . . . , '" (eiln.. Come at once. Catalog free. V1- 5A1LE-;Ve- he undereiitnod. have de- lace W, Howe. No. 109 Main .Ur-t, Bur- c,d ' J our valuable qrorry. .Ituatcd linaton. Vt. , JawiMT I Webstejjflle. joinine the Acme Granite Ul rtlaaie.H. 1 ii .a P. O. W he ton farm to be .undivided and I much hut ,,, 1 "oc S"P. ?T" fcld In sr.rcela. . The new purchmier does ; sn excellent polith wh.n i,.i.4 kl i1 1exf''n,t chance to start ouar- Bargains for Saturday Just LOO ( Just Look ! The woman was committed to River side reformatory to await hearing. ; , Woman's Complex. Life. . , Woniati'il Complex life with its mul tituilimina call i- fivpn' as the reason for many a nervout breakdown. Home j Western Beef Steak, per lb. work, social , obligations, dressmaking. Western Rump Steak, per tb. , and the care of children keep the 20tH Roast Beef, per lb , , century woman Sn a whirlwind of ae- Boiling Bef, per lb. .......... tivity until headaches develop,, back- Boneless Shoulder Ham, per ache, nervousness and oftentimes more Creamery Butter, lb. serious ills which are peculiar to lirr.Salt Tork, lb. sex alone. rucH women should not despair,-but be jruided by the letters so often published in this paper from women who have been in just such condition but who have been restored to health by I.ydia K. 1'inkbam's Vege table Compound. . This is a root and herb medicine that contains no drug and can be taken in safety by any woman. adv. Fred W. Humiston of Orwell, whose name was recently in a list, of those who had evaded military duty and for whom tlie povrnimcnt offered $'y0, de clares he's no slacker and that he si right at his home where he should be and where anyone ran find him. In his statement he tells lirjw twice when he endeavored to enlint he was ttirned down by the recruiting men because he Mas shy one liiigcr, how, after 1het a draft eU failed to reach him. in. the lumlier woods near Hubbardton, how the Middlehiiry draft board told him to icHrt, and how before he could do mj he received card from Montpelier telling hini his miliary services were suspended. And ever sine he has nver been 30 miles from Rutland or Ferrishurp. ha never chaiiKcd hi name or tried lo hide and adds "If f knew whpre to report I feel certain I could straighten the thng out. L Compound T-ard, 2 lbs. Kgs, per do. Salt, 3 baa for : ., Peaches, No. I large can Pears, Xo. 1 large can ... Cabbage, per lb White Hoivie Coffee, tb. . Dried Beef, small tumber t. ....2.1c . . . .'iM? 10o-lMc .;.19e ....4J ,...15c ,...23c ....3.V- ....30i ,:,.2tc , ... 3c ...3rte ,...24c Lena Isaac 97 Seminary St. Tel. 581-M Strenuous Measure. Arkansas per Whitman Wright drove his ruin. Iee Giles, hmtie Sat urday night after a fourweeks. tisit, Boston Transcript, Itl ITS CLASS LARGEST SELLIl.'G 7Tfn A T7T. II II II (V I I Jf IN THE WORLD minus fou QUALITY MADE IN HOT URGIST CIGAR FACTCHY R.G.SUarAfl ESTATE SOLE A2D rTCLi CANADA Own a Farm Home Be Independent Interesting facta have been com piled by the Canadian National Railways about the low priced lands for grain growing, mixed farming, and cattle raising along their line in Canada. Your free copy of illustrated booklet ia wait ing for you. Call or write. . J. C Leforee. KgU Devtrt Feeler. SupC Jrtrtaw4 IMihij4 wmarA Dcei. ... r. ret. Casadiaa Hetiaeil Caaadiaa Nabeeal Reilweya Rairareye I WaaUatteafc Der.Ki Ikreerne Wat . Maea. ck. In. 'PHONE 1C0 CUTLER BRO.'S LIVERY WHEN IN NEED OF A PUBLIC SURREY MEETS ALL TRAINS : Saturday's Specials al Habbep's neei cteaa. id Zoc Roiling Reef, per lb 10c, lc Roast Heef, per lb. 2iV Corned Beef, per lb J.5c Rork Ixu'n, per lb. C'ic ftes'a Rork Shoulder, per lb l!)c r rsnkfiirt ., jier K lhc Porl; Saucage, tt m 21c Ham Shoulders, per lb 1th? Sail Salmon, per lb gc j Salt 1'ork. per lb , , 4(. lompound lard, per lt Me Compound Ijtrd, 3-lb pail nc I . T J U - . i urn i.aru in ...., M t j . u . inn ira, pan ,..,.. e Dairy Mutter, per !.." 4q? tNashinton Creamery Butter, lb...4 irOa .Vules, jfal . a.v AH Soap. 10 bars ,. fiOc .Majestic Corned Reef, large can, each t .-rflc Rirda Tye MaUhe. 6 pkc for ..35c Rolled Chits, 10 lt - 40c Mipar. d ids. for .fl.00 ..nd manT other irood ba Call and see us. You can is re by trading wita Hidder Hobbep 28-30 Prospect St, Tel 59.1-31 Order Delivered Tree FOR THE RURAL STORE THe country store s-li e'.e'-irHitr. Ivlco-Lijrht attracts t-adc. It f-jr- fcrijrht electric light. It gr;thL tie ocjffce an operates fans for L ifa" t(M store cool aal for keep. ax to a ear. It fe,.Ht old ruM-issers sol biirg ir onrs. Wnte fcr Cat alee. V. C. GOODWIN I LIBKIY ST, UOSTPZUtSt, VI. L ELECTRIC LIGHT AM) ELECTRIC POWER Bargains Fancy Dairy Butter, lb. ,3!U- Washington Creamery Bultcr, lb. . . 4-V Xut Oleomarxarine, lb. , . , .25c' 3 large loares Bread, every kind ..'Z"k! 1 larre loaf, only ............... w Lrge pkt. Roll-ed Oat .2.'e Kellogg'a Corn Flakes, pkg 9c 2 pkgs. Shredded Wheat, uly .3."e 2 pkgs. Puffed Wheat 2te 2 lilted. Sunnyeorn , 2,V 10 rakes Sunny Monday !oap J( . . ,4e 10 cakes Lenox feoap ........... .'.4m' 10 cakes World Soap ,j......,..60o' 10 cake Wool Soap .8tc ; 3 lb. Our Braud Coffee j-.t - (this is regular 38e Coffee) 12 good' lemom . . . . . . . . ,,T. ,;. .30c ' 12 good oranges .,.,4'c ' 12 good bananas iktc Good Western Round Steak, lb. ,..25c Good Roast Pork, lb ,22a and 25c Beef to stew and boil, lb. ..10c to 14c, Smoked Shoulder, lb, enly ,...,...10e! Boneless Ham, whole, lb. ........ .20c Baeon. b. .......'...,.... .'. 23c! Minewl Ham, lb 23c j Krankforts, lt. 18ci And a great many other good trades. Come and see liow far your dollar j will go. Just over tlie bridge to Louis Romanos 59 Prospect St., TeL 348-W. COAST TO COAST We Want Your Business c StaniarJ UU IUU Ul Ih IN A CLASS BY ITSELF Coffee 31 "BEKEFIT" XX BAKING POWDER Means a Saving to Vou "It's Results That Count' A Full Lb. Can 30c For QUALITY and VALUE J'BENEFIT" BREAD 10c Loaf PARCEL POST PAID ON $1 OS MORE DIRECT IMPORTING CO. Jackson Building. Opposite Woolworth's 5 & 10c Store Barre, Vt. STORR ALSO MON'TTEUtCH I 2 cans good Com ....... u. ! (.. .v.i p i,t flmm . can Tall can Bed Salmon j. Medium Hcd Salman, per can I'ink .Salmon, per estn ....... 4 Large can Peaches, per can 2 pkgs. .Mince Meat 2 pkjfs. Pie Fruit Prunes, 2 lbs. for Dried Peaches ................ Dried Apricots, per lb. ....... Western Chock Beef ........ Western Rib Roast, per It Roast Pork, per, lb. , . . . . .20c-2,'c-28c Full CVeam Clieese, per tb. ......30c llainz Sweet Mixed Pickles and Dill Pickles, Sour Pickles, All cood. now at low urines. (iood Coffee, freidi ground, lb. ...35e Good Ceylon lea, per 11). ........ .uOc Aho Ornrs. i'rape rruit, all at low prices. I 'all and . J. G. Shadroui Tel. 197-M. 115 South Main St. 2."c 15c 30c 25c Lie ... . .25c . .,'.25a ....25c ....25c .. . .20e. '.... 2fMI . ...15c .,..20 nit rare fDr the entire Dronerty wliich com prises about 160 acres with two complete wts of building!. We are inatructed to of fer certain parts of the farm and one art of buildings, also the quarry opened mid nuurafend hv Mr. U'hMitnn al'rip seliinv lhc Barre unite cnarry. those familiar with I R. l D. 2, or Patrick iuw Bionv Hnainru I rum mm H"e .. oarre. Vt it is excellent for wrtain elais or- work J SAVETOAr n'"V and a ready market can be found for mon-I ,.,,,r"'':.D D1 uinenta cut fiom ,tlii stock. Can be quar iHed very cheaply wilh in eaiiy haul to the city, only about two and one half miles. It imffd, can be obtained with jut the amount ' l" few seta nf fuf arsrfs of land ycu wautt or should you be inter- J very Istcrt denbm: these wili csted in a parcel without building P"w , .'T . 1 borxain prices at !.- rvln i. i zV . atari ouar- rT.i.!.-" lr ,n sheet, on the top. two il. - j , "r,y fr esUmatert at nU TT4 (Mt. i. reached by aul if TV"" Z?r. tmlVr Particulars rnqui,, of . ThomaBInfceney. Willism.town, , Noon an, Donot 251tf tl.'n 1 J . . . C 0.nH !irrh' 'xt : ' Hrill- ii- J"" ',eo- irniU t ile Bottlfna Works.Tei. 72S-M or 74S.W. 247lf Fi'R sets We wr3 -e.-;.;:..--u-.; If thinkina of s poultry, ranch, garden I FOR BALE a" lerm, or term for treneral farming better look into this. Thin is the aeeson to buy and be ready for sprifur : for In tbe epnng it will undoubtedly be too late to obtain ny of these denirable furnw. Kull wi-ticu. lera can l obtained at our office. HELP WAITED MALE WANTEr"Marritd man on modern dairy farm ; aood tenement ; mechanical nilker. up-to-date irtrthoda and machinery: Ved Mort Farm. Waitslield. Vt , vXxiiED AT ONCE A man to take chanra. of onr work in Plainfied. Merali- fieid and vicinity no one. umeas be lives in this terrtory would be accepted. Oond chance for hustler. For full particulars write Or 'phone, tirand Union Tea Co.. Nontneiief, Vt. S52U , . 7 , mnrb iPonumsnH : hriithlene U.--f i ,(',''rln 'he whol- monu ment look -elean end new; aruorniitee-1 ; price Jl. b ".V James Snllieaa. Ui Ffrk street. Barre,, Vt. - V ' 18tf s i t ; HORESANI) VEHICLES Some Trades at. Colton's JN9.IH) Uelivery Steiah ..,'. J'S.OO tk)mfort SJeirt ,. ?.0n Three Beam Bled . , , f ia.OO Fur-wow CoatK J12.00 Sheen Lined Coats .' 16.00 Strt RunL... . J1.2S Gov't Feed Bag. W.'. Y. " l. oe Team BciU s Upstairs . at Coltpn's ;. Tlace ! S Ktet. Street , Montpelier. Vermnnl JBO.OC ........ je.t.vf ..-.,; I59.WJ !0.4 S8. tt.t Flora Jones, D. C, Ph. C. Palmer Chiropractor At the GAGE A GAGE offlre. 4:00 to 6:00 P. m. Daily (Except Sundsil Thont: Ortice, Barre 86'J-W Ben. Montpelier, 329-W DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Oilke In Room Ii, allies Building Telephone Ceenertkm OFFICE HOVR3 : s. m. to II m. snd 1 1 to a. m. MondayTuertey, Trntredsy and FrMsy TEL.. OFFICE t-S-U. RESIDENCE, (4S-H COLLKCTIOXS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BLOCK BARRJB. VT. NOTABV rVUUG DR. CARL F. ROBINSON Sperfulizinz in the Diseaaea of the Skin and Cancer. Office flours 10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. ra. daily. Wednpsilar and patunlsr Kventns 'Pt.on 709-R. Room t Miles Granite lluildinj. Barre, Vt DR, HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN BL VNCHAED BLDO. Thoeeai Office. TOi-Wi Residenca,- '95-R BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS TKe brceat MoeW bian aertk af Beeto. Readainrton. St. Jekaeawry. Vt. Bras 4 etore at 20 Pearl Street, Barre, Vt Areata far Vie tar -1. r aad Vteaar PERRY & N00NAN unexcelled funeral rvnsisnmw Hospittl Amhu'ance Serviee Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Botiare.Barre. Tel. connecti-Ji, ; t-W WE ALWAYS HAVE Just what yen are looking foe In the line ef iiwclry, kilveraare, cut rlasa, etc. A ho tetmnery. Our waUli aad clock tcualr wort guar anteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 4 ELM RTRFKT POLE AC.EXT FOR "HOSTON AMERI(?AN" DR. A. A. MORTIMER VETERINARIAN v Saturday Bargains ool mealy Potato? per pfc. . . . . 2.V? rer uusnet ......... v ..... . h.h- Fancy Creamery Butter, lb. ..... 40c FresS lot White Houe C'ofTee, lt. 34c Heavy Western Round 8tiak. lb. -515c Western Boiling and Stewing lwef, per lb. , .... , ."15c to ISc Frankfort, per Ii le Western Roast Beef, per lb. 19c . Roast Turk, per 11 ...... 23c and 2rtc Kalt i'ork, pr H , I.hj Compound Lard, Xo. o .......... 80c j rurc Ieat Mrd 5 o., net wgt 70 Compound Lard, per lb 13c Rolled Oat. 10 lbs. for 37c Oram Clirese, per tb 28c Colton's Yellow; Cling Peaches, Xo. 3 can ...... , , 23c ypllow-Kye Beans, hand picked. 3 lbs. for 20c Mardi-Oras Cocoa, ha If -lb cans 18c Give us a trial. . Wo will surely satisfy you. i While Xaphflia and Vellow Naph tha Soap, 10 bars .......... .58c B. P. Shadroui HELP WANTEDFEMALE HCTiTwMKERBiir Ksii'"firw'io9prjr Ing variciM homework, 10c; Belmont Co. Hox JI. Woreesttr, Mass. 26512" WANTED Experienced sir! or woman for fenerai housework in family ef three : up- nly phone S95-M mornings, S4-W afternoons. Morljieiier; i64t3 WANTED A riri or middle-seed woman fcr genera) housework; apply to Hsrley Mar tin, PiainfieldTel. S8S-1! 23t8 WANTED- In Groton vhla ire. a woman as houitekcffper in family of two : one boy of 7 years; address W. C. Foley, Groton, Vt. . - 263t7 WANfED Youna woroea to enter Barre City hospital training- school to train to become nursea: apply W the superintendent at tile hospital. 187tf HOUSES TO RENT WANTED WANfED- two o7"threfu"infched "roonii fji ,.!'., housekeeping; . central; aildrem T. i- Tinitj office. SMI? W ANTED--Position doincnVral " house work; Tel. 211-y. Mon'r-tiirr. iu'is1 WANTED "TO "'BUY Second-hnd"sil. about 108, tons; Z. Barcomb, Tel. 47H-W :'.. . ' i v ' '" .-- , ISit POSITION WANTED: Married w.n" ith family w-anfc-. (tteady position nn fn. : one with tP"nieiit pre'er.-ed. Writ-s tr. "P" CarBarre Times. , l'8(itS OLD KAPHIONED STUFF-Xn"" kind,", in" ciudinr boreatia. ehests. tables, cha ire. -)-is. desk,, fleck, bertst-ads. rairrnra. ruu, oreadj. andironv cnndlestlrk's, brass or e-ls. drawer pulls or Inobs. brs or al : china. newters. alass or oi!vr' eny thine old or !ri"us write me ; r. y torfield, Jir9 North Main street. Biirre. Vt . . ' ' ' ' SSOt'JS'sf WANTED WR1 Tnsnvs l-newmirh -nm. for hny ; John F. Benjamin, Tej. I00-R. 1 ' ""''" ' HA W -FtfR WANTED - We" want all 'the yaw fu we -n b"i t New York prices x '" frs of a!! kinds: we pay fancy pH-es : ell shinmnts held subject to retrn fn is ys ; C. L. Silver, the fur man, riainfl-M Vt - ' iiiotf 50 Brook St. Tel. 114-W. r a . V . saasa. s" TO RENT Six-room tenement at earner of Center and Oswald streets; Inquire of C. W. Avenll. ' ' 26StX SMALL STORE "TO RENT At North Main street: apply to Georire A. Reed. Montpelier or C. XI. Hawes, Elm street. Barre. . . SSltf TO "RENT A nice, warm upstairs len'e. ment or nve rooms with all improve ments, including- (as stove: also furnished rooms with steam heat; Mrs. O. N. Ci, ton, S5 Maple Av..'phone 71-M. 2S2tf TO "RENT Coay upstairs -room tene.nent for two-people ; modera improremiits ; call 405iM; F. C. Wetmore, 64 Wa'.-en street. ' jsitf SMALLTENEMENT TO RENTt" 44 North Mam street: see Paul KinEitrm. Tel. 895-1 5. TO RENT Kmail HOUSES FOR SALE !"i--rR "s At ft-f i-e-room double t.D.n,.i house. TO Brook street: lot 12.'. ft l,i I72V ft: hardwood floors, eleetricity. hes run, wooieheds, porches. Mrs. Kath i' Croean, Aiimx. "' 5511 FOR S ALE O R EXCH A NGEoT" f arni w lumber lota, 7-ronm house with barn, ynj. dent also blacksmith shop: will toks stock in xehane: if interested write tr "Owner." care Barre Times. 2tlvH f hn SALE Th- E. XrPrTnde hoiisV al 5S Keith avenue, corner Summer St. end Keith avenue. 1741 t'4itf tenement over Bovea'a store; apniy to oeo. a. Kecd. Montpeler, Vt., Tel. 2'.4-J, 245tf TO RENT room eotfaae at 14S Wash- ineton atrect: Mrs. Edith M. Carr. Tel. S2;M. ; ; 28Stf TO RENT- A 6-ronm tenement oa Semlnsrv tseet: E. L. Smith, roqinre of A. W. Clark, rtsinter. Tel. 2315-Y. t$5tf TO RENT Five room unstaira tenemenT, with electric lisrhta and bath, eeliar, bern privileees and rood rarden j sulfated at R Clark St., telephont ?6-K or inquire at yl-II Howland B!d. tlotf FOR RENT- S-room cotta re hmiea "on ; Third street; ebtrle liehta ; John K. Bsnjamin. Tel. 10S.R. Ittf ! TO R FNT Four-room tenement. &r flow. 4 Maple avenue: three toots and bath tenement It Seminary street: five moeoe ar-d bath tenement 74 Brook street: MrA!HtT A Kent Itttf MISCELLANEOUS iOl71-'ANGET" YOUR" TOROC-JANft Rr; PAIRED AT A. 1. STEWART'S SHOP-24-28 Prospect street. 2t2t6 TO RENT Vticuum cleanVre rTbe"'Kleetr r Store. 14 Elm street 44tl DANCING LESfONR -Private Instruction by appointment: call at 172 Main tel phnne ISS-M ; Marie Chi in Is n. ,gritl POULTRY AND EGGS ' BABY CHICKS ISc "up bred-tclay ; prel taid a-uaranteed delivery: send for circu lars: hrooders f4.76 up; Koy Clerk. F.l Hartford. Conn. i62tc, sir Sell Your Farm We Have Sola Over 20.000 Farms to Dats Me lufjat fee aad aa withdrawal ehafsvn. Yen pee assur rsaaiaiiiaealrriterssleataia-cusuaaer. luta atieiepheas. E. A. S trout Farm Agency Caarmunicau Wlta I. J. DASHNER. Aarat. Bowland Biorb Tslepkeae aie. sterre. TV, BARRE GRANITE RAILWAY CO. Notica is hersbv riven that pursuant tit the hv-la of the Coi-"any, the Annual Meet ing ef he atac'. holders of the Barre Gran- it- R'Uway Company will be held i t II fMliC of the rovnpanr in St. Allans. Vermont. Tuesday. January SI, 123. at II o'clock a. m.. foe the purpose ef elertins directors and the transaction of such other bvwieess aa may penperly be brought before aai'l p.etiee. J. B. WOOD. Clerk. Poultry Show Sixth Annual, at Montpelier, Vt., January i4-26th. Tor premium list address E. C. -I'arrrtt. See'v. . BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CiOOD OPPORTUNITY for party wist-hiit to ens-sm in the manufacture of a special ty arani'e well kaovn to the retail trade. Up-to-date plant rrady to operate, some rspltal reouired: i-ommunicate with "L'.'V. W." Tiroes ofllea. l 'ilf " A Water Tanklljeater riH twir for Uo!f twic dwrinr on fnorrtli cf id wKntbir. IVnt rhill ymir row hf nali,iie them drink f?v -Lrr in ro wrath rr. Hut war tub hcatrr now. t rM last Hfrlimci. MARSH-ALLEN CO. - Trt Pt VT. nna rMun sbmJ s. 1 . . ...... . j w , , I , . - V , 7 .-wi-wm j f,, t1.. ir)r?vfion M. (franc f. Ir!(hon l amir is ; n-eiT iiirnnnea ana atram ROOMS TO RENT ( saw baaaraa aaa m B. 1. LAROK. MANAGES. 1RICE3 ON MONUMENTS are lower aaw thaa the will ke la tw months frara suw or later. This is ae mere iai, aa Time win ism, 1 aerator, airy Bow. mod save sBoates W thai will help ta funr.sk) week to your frltew soea, ws fsava r'o.tn baraauss sei rail, write at j. O. BILODEAU & CO., INC sterrw, TX. HORSE BLANKETS We have a few street Blankets which we wish to close out. Come in and look them over, w e w ill yive you a good bargain. Lee & Clara B. Short. MarsbfieJd, Vermoit to B. C." rare the Times. ily; write i'i-'lf LIVESTOCKFOR SALE I'OR SALE Or will rxrhenire fee ronr-c heifers; eihleen moeiihs o.d. tuberrujin tested hull: taas. J. AbMati; Tel. IH-IS. Last Montpelier. Vt. itlti CATTLE SALE LOST AND FOUND rtil'ND - Ae Aule tire chain : eenrr ran hare by paying for advertising al Rim tarare. 4ul LO.-'T -Burn h of I'.ej-, prchahly in vicinity of Miles bkcl-; finocr please return to ;ht offioav I'fclUi HOTEL OT. JAHEO TIE4Ba SQUARE. NEW VORK CITY ;ut off Broadwse at l(r-US West 45th SC IsUrsi CaearwJ fce issta travasrae tsaJsssst swesrt, i.iaa Am Hotel al qttfe ifurtj. Wv taf tk at aaosp He-re soU seremaf. saeata ! artll cou;t;OBe4 sroose. 40 Tkeat'ea, all f-r'-'pl lite? a a 4 churtbes, S t S sas Wes -raj. I wia)mtMf a-1 sshairs. X" rosvia, mrtot cars, fcua hmo. vTUiia S a itM Oaasl Ca--trml $ ia-tea raa,rei r , wfw- -x. 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 thij emergency. J. W DILLON. l:tt SVc, Earra, Ttratwat I will sell at Public Auction SATURDAY, JAN. 28, at 12 o'clock noon. na (La i,ice where I re-ile in I"s. Montpelerr, known as tb lieorge Da-1-vis arm tni aitusteH j sbiU-s froas j Montpoiirr and S miles from Kat Montpci.tr depot Shoe Bargains! A few pair of n-li(Vl girl-' sn-l Is- j sli-V Me'li s'-nes, wlijlc they ; e. 'l-i aud M..tO. , Ninie few Onfurds in ami nurc j Xiti-nij. 4 tall ?-turly aflercorn t.r tie- ? miijr by apjeoin) ment. j Sample Sfice Store I 33S Elm Stree TeL il) It. f Mortr.Jl.et J 40 Head of New Milch and Nearby i?prin?er Cows j This i. a faar- tat roei)t.tir ef ev - J era! fbjice Uuerneers. alao Avrshres. J Jrraers and HolMeiB. AH of tbeee ' raws are tnherruXa tested. j I wi.l lU sell one ihsarltf new IV : ltat rvas re pa rat nr. j A a rone hatrer et-wk -r -Sr j steaal prof-err r skies IWt j.a ta j pose ( I'Ttr M to tk-s sle fV p""rr Tenns at tr ef ssV C A. CTtllS, Owaer S. X. TIZSMLM, Aactater. A Good Engine l.ke a f l suit ti dot ie weare fc.ajrer and f e Bi.Hr ,at .tftnpnn I'tt t'ie anwf t! a 5,ep ne. sTorr.R ex.jm:s Artt: Tin: BIT. I jet time ion. We 'd k(.B Jrejs ef t he-n is t .t- t tnn. hi T. r.Wtne H'.XfT et W l lun. 1 e r)e.l afsl'. J.Ls.ARKLEY&.SON 4iraa H Tet. T, Ism, 4. 4