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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interest from Different Sections. . Harold' Wright of Dover secured wildcat as well as a deer during the open season. i : Secretary of State Harry A. Black, has revoked for not less than one year the automobile operators license ot Harojd C. Abbott of. St. Johnsbury who was i convicted in justice court at Hardwiek for driving. while ruder the influence of intoxicating liquor. Three centenarians of Vermont are ' John Morron of Victory, who win be 107 years old the first day of Janu- " ary, Mrs." riiilura Drown of Kirby, who became 100 years old last May, and Mrs, Hannah ctoaulcling of Worth field, who reached her 101st milestone Oct. 31. John McAllister of North Troy shot 200-pound black bear while on a hunting trip to Wenlock last week, and 'A. Buckland "and his brother, C. H. Watson of Norton Mills found a 300-pound bear dead in their trap when they visited It Friday. The fur of the latter bear is said to be very beautiful. '"'":..' At Ira on Armistice day was dedi cated a monument to the veterans of the Civil, Spanish-American and World wars. Ira sent 41 wen to the Civil war, ' five to the conflict of 1808 and nine to the World war. The monument cost $550, the money being raised by sub scription as the outcome of a vote at toKn meeting in 1021. A bronze tablet two by four feet is mounted on a white marble base. Ulysses, A. Harris died very sudden ly at his home in Newport Saturday afternoon, without the slightest warn ing, having returned that morning from i Springfield, Mass., where he was a del- egate irons unemis cuuin.jr m ai-tcim the Farmers' Co-operative exchange, went downtowri, ate-dinner as usual and dropped dead soon after, as he was helping his wife about some household duty. His health had not been of the best, but he was not known to have any heart trouble. After starting two fires, one at the barn of William Grove and the other the house and ba,rn of Ernest Kemp ter, neighbors whom he knew were not at home, Fred Morrison, aged 58, of New Haven Mills, committed suicide bv drinkine carbolic acid shortly he fore dawn Saturday. He awoke his wife, who is somewhat deaf, when he fell across her body as she lay sleeping in bed. Mr. Morrison is said to have had a trudge against both, men, hav ing worked for both ' and being dis charged by Grover. . Oeoree Mills, the 18-year-old ban dit who has caused the St. Johnsbury police and others in Vermont and Mas sachnsptts so many busy days since he and his party held np the Massachu setts party in Danville and stole their automobile, and who later escaped from the St. Johnsbury jail and has led the officers a merry chase ever since, -appeared in Worcester, Mass, Monday morning with seven others and a-r - with a - Vermont ' license." Three were captured and the other Ave, including Mills, escaped by swim ming from Sear's island, Indian Lake, to the mainland, 50 yards. Then a motorboat was stolen from Mrs. John Tolbert, a resident of the island, -so it is supposed that was taken to make good their escape. , Money Back If "Get-It" Fails Company's Coming WONDER jivrii. Nothing U so utterly needles a tha suf fering from aching, painful corn.. It M as easy to oeel off a corn as to akin banana. ; Touch it with "Gets-IV' and tha trick is done. "For hard corns, aoft corns, any corn or callus. All pain stop instantly and tha corn proceed to loosen and soon cm Is lifted right off. - j xour money encenuiiy reiunaea H it ans. j But it never fails. Cost but a trifle. E. ' Lawrence & Co.. Wit., Chicago. Sold in Barra E. A. Drown. Cummins & Lewis, ! Barr Drug Co, Floyd G. Ruaaell. Adv. j ELLIS EATON. , VERMONT CORPORATIONS. Vermont Confectionery Co. Report Capital Paid In. The Vermont Confectionery Co. Inc., of Burlington has hied with the secre tary of state certificate, showing that out of a total authorized capital stock of $50,000, $27,800 has been paid in. The Weston Community club Inc., has filed articles of association. The incorporators are; Raymond Taylor, Henry I. Walker, Mary B. Foster, W. K. Benson, Frank Mansur, Frank Love joy, Nanna " J. Fsench, Florence Shat tuck and Walter G. AiiBtin. The pur pose of the club is raising and extend ing the funds for ciivic, and social im provements, t acquiring and maintain ing a hall or building suitable for dramatic entertainments as well as headquarters for other club work. The collecting and preserving of such! articles of hixtorical or atiiuariiti nature as mav tiecome available as well as any other work which may be considered as serving best the inter ests ot the town. The Manning Manufacturing Co. Inc., ot Rutland lias riled certificate or in crease of its capital stock by $300,000 in so.ikmi snares ol f Hi par value each. This will make the total stock $,"00,0OO in 60,000 shares of $1 par value each. BERLIN,H0USE BURNED. Overheated Stove Was the Cause ef the Fire. The houe of Lucius Herring In Ber. lin was burned between six an dseven o'clock Sunday night.' The rne of the Are was an overheated chimney. The house is a total loss. - COAL VAROy NOW U$TEH RE EXPECTIN COMPANY y MINUTE MW-ANV-KLLO " HELLO - , , (CwrrlirM.W.N.IT) TOWN OF NEWBURY SUES. K. J. Kirk Resigns Position as Execu tive Secretary of Farm Bureau. At a meeting of the executive! com mittee of the Washington County Farm bureau held on Saturday, Nov. 4 K. J. Kirk tendered his resignation as executive secretary to take effect not later than Jan. I. 1P23. Mr. Kirk came to Wahinxrton.roun- ty as temporary Boys' and Girls' club agent in May, IP-'l. At that time the reorganisation of the farm bureau on to a $10 membership basis wa being started. On July 1, Mr. Kirk wa re tained t take charge of the member ship, finances and other farm bureau work. At the present time the Wash ington County Farm bureau is itiinir a market bulletin each week and dur ing the past year has organized and operated a department wkx-h has mar keted the surplus livestock of the farmers. In addition to having emmpMe charge of this wrk. Kirk has assisted in tlie Boys' Girls' club work. Wedding at Home of Bride's Father in . South Royalton, South Royalton. Nov. 14. Saturday at high noon at the home of the brida a father. Amos J. Katon. occurred tne marriage of his only, daughter, Miss Lucy Mary Eaton, and G. Murray Ellis of Hartford, Conn. - Rev. E. L. 31. Barrws, pastor of the Methodist church in Fairlee and a long-time friend of the Eaton family was the officiating clergyman, using the single ring serv ice. The bride and groom were attend ed by Miss Emily J, Dodge of Barro and John William of Hartford, Conn. About 60 were present at the wed ding and before the ceremony Hildreth Martin of Barre, University of Ver mont '22, sang "Beloved, 'tis Morn," with violin accompaniment by Wendell fcaton, brother of the bride.. Mr. Mar tin also played Mendelssohn's wedding march, and during its rendition four girl friends of the brido, Misses Vivian Roberts. Sarah and Winona McGuire t.f South Royalton and Lucy Barton of Burlington, U. V. M. z dressed in white, entered the parlor with stream ers of yellow forming an aisle through which the wedding party passed first, flower girl, Palma Goodnough of Brat tleboro, a cousin of the bride, dressed in yellow, and the ring bearer, Everett Benson, a nephew of the groom, then the bride, with her father, who gave her away, and the bridemnaid. At the arch, under which the ceremony took place,, they were met by the groom, his best man and the clergyman. The ush ers were Misses Norma "Clifford of Sharon and Haael Gillord of Randolph Center. The bride was gowned in white satin crepe, trimmed with lace and pearls, and carried a large Jxniquet of brido's roses, the irift of the groom. The bridesmaid wore-yellow taffeta" and carried white chrysanthemums. J he liouse was artistically decorated with a color scheme of yellow and white. From the center of the arch of white lattice work, evergreen and yellow chrysanthemums, where the cer tnony took place, hung a bell and from this streamers) extended to the sides of the arch, being held there by a white dove on each aide. The remainder of the house was decorated with yeliow chrysanthemums and streamers. After the ceremony a bullet lunch was served by six girl friend of the bride. The bride cut the wedding cake, which was distributed by Mieaes Emily Dodge and Norma Clifford. There were many beautiful wedding gifts of linen, silver, cut glass ami money, including a check of generous proportions from the bride's family. The bridesmaid, best man and soloist each received gifts of a $5 gold piece and the other attendants were present ed gold vanity cases. I he bride and groom cleverly eluded their watchful friends and left for parts unknown. After a motor trip Mr. and Mrs. Ellis will go to Hartford, Conn., and will be at home to ili-ir many friends at 73 Oxford street in that city. I he bride has alwsvs made her Iiome here, but attended the University of Vermont for a time, lately keeping house for her father. She has hosts of irienas wno extend nearly congTatUia- oVr troubles. Hereafter you can ilwiri tion. The groom is the son of Mr. and !"et this effective prescription In both Mrs. Georee. Ellia of Smith Rnvaltni I liquid and tablet form at tha Red Cross and is a graduate of U. V. M., "M. He is now employed in the Connecticut general claims department of Hart ford. Those from out of town who attend ed the wedding included, besides tlpue already mentioned, Mr. and Mrs. V, H. Goodnouph and dsnghter, Palm, of BrattltlK.ro, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Good nough of Essex Junction, Dr. L. I). Martin and family from Barre, Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls and son, Carroll, from North Haverhill. V. II., and Mrs. All.-n Smith of White River Junction. - imiiUTrts. v n ni u vma.i swj - a i t 1 1 n i t i i 1 1 t hi u nni irii'is wviuiu u v. n r i i .-,r -v- J I I . . ru lmiw,,lL's,,v iiTlilii fyvTMl If JfcSM Three Lines for 25c HELP WANTED MALE FOR SALE Will rniblUh Wants Lest and ACTIVE man to take orders for nursery I FOR SALE Full blooded Collie purple 3ale. To Let, etc. short odver. stock and hire aitenta : hiKht eommia- . weeks old. $5 and JS each; sent McLeay. 6 West at! Th Timwi T. I fc s3l ti..m-'f..( th. te nf three line for skm. exclusive Urritary ; Tha Wayne Nur- approval : A. B twenty-tive cents for the first insertion and .,....":"". Vt. tn cnU for each subsequent Insertion. , ; WAN1ipr Two Rood men to cut from 160 -. .' t to EOO'M. ft. of lumber near East Oransre: 1 '. i apnly In F. A. Burroughs or H. H. Richard-! i '- json, WctTopsham. Vt, R. F. V. J. 11W FOR SALK, OR LEASE The Principal 1 WSWTSifi A1 nNrvC. A'eanaMa ni"an'n ' Rtlma Plnntr In la rata eMv. wlitiin Sinn, r it w l" R,.., and d8lrJ'. Tu""0 n i exDer,cfa .nna- mile of Ne York. No competition) d Kdth avenue. ' ITStf work! E. Milea,' Tel.396-ll. j 204t3 1 retlriria, after forty years of activity ; mi.iTUn . nn. "' cars vi mis pauer. iv hla of driving team and milking;; K. A. Cutler. R. F.D. 4. Barre. 204a HOUSES FOR SALE FARMS FOR SALE rWiLL RENT "OR 6ELL MX FARM 107 rm nl nood level land, situated on Plainfleld Rid. 4 miles from Bnrre and Morrisville, Vt. ZMi miles irom I'isinncia ; i iw nwvc ,ur WrED?.nJjIUti 7 wrir SWEET ClDKnTorBBUTi. wxu ..w f -. ... - (n At (- ... 1 -.111 ... . - aeiivered 1n Barre !n lots of about 250 safe 1 iair It nrf y ma'lchcd "full blood- WANTED Man to sell atanitc on t'.ad; Club Uether and order a ioad; Uix ed" Morgan b! mare? and 1 years old i : steady employment i knowledge of busings Camp, East Randolph, Postofflce Ran.: en IW lb.. 7 year-old work horse, very " 'u?"lr" fl r 'jn'ii '- faithful, all sound and right: 1 pair custom and reliable; write Vox 87S. Barre. M I FOR SALE Nearly new steel range of the roadway, an dthe construction of the piers. Home Demonstration Agent Accepts a Position in Massachusetts. Miss Mildred W. Boice, home dem- fill,. t rti t inn a rrori f Vtrfl wl, I n tin miiin. ty for the past two and one-half he continued. Together With Haverhill, N. H, Against Construction Concern. A, suit was filed at th eoffic of the clerk of the United States court Fri day by the towns" of Haverhill, N, H.. and Newbury Vt., to recover from the United Construction company of Al bany, N. Y,. the sum of $50,000 for alleged faulty construction of piers beneath a bridge across the Connec ticut river, between Wells River, Vt., and Woodsville, N. H. Ilia case was first entered on September 20, . 1922, and has been transferred from the Orange county court. The plaintiff alleges that the de fendant company agreed to construct two piers on a solid ledge beneath the river bed, but built them on the ma terial of the river bed and many feet , , , , . . t. the work winch Miss itoice has so ably Elm t'l KUV Ul 11KH WU fcne I j She Saw His Game. They were spending the evening to gether and Alfred looked up from a newspaper to remark: "I see that coal has cone up strain. " "Has it?" she replied casuallv. "And they're raising house rents," made lia-ht driving harnesses, beauties ; I light custom made driving harness; I ex tra niee 'tm carriage I 1 DeLaval cream sep arator! I horse rake: 1 light express ! N. E. telephone Call earl Agnes M.' Bene dict, Plainfleld road. Barre. 20J FOR SALtWFarm of 81 "acre with stock and tools, best of soil, 4 miles from Barre, H-mile from East Montpelier de pot; might consider exchange for cottage in Barre: Charles J. Abbiatl, Cast JBontpeuer. Tel, J8M5. 189t: i FOR HALE Village farm. 80 acres. 4 miles from Montpelier; John F. Benjamin. Barre. Tel. 106-R. 7Stf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AH kinds of real estate; farms, all sire and locations ; riling properties, all kinds ; tores, feed and saw mill t cottages at Jo pond l call and see a t write or telephone what rou want If yon mean M incest ww can aura show you th foods; prices and terms right. A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, WANTED Men to assist on gang saw; hot water front: price 135 for tiuick si Canton Bros. JOHtf . as I hav no further una for it; N. I mMmkmAmtiiSitaitM ! fr-JM 1 1 SO. ' later 260 monthly; no strike , FOR S.LE Baby carriage with runners I (which position?). Write ''Railway," tare good condition; call at 48 Lewis Et. Ma Barrs Times. 198t8 i.vf nrin irnn c it vT.vkiT'-.Z.Z' ' J m- vw wiisju aywu iuiw ut JV, 1 KJr dry wood ; also BOO bu. potatoes; rail) Hebert, J88-4, Will lams town. 08 FOR SALE A new GearhftrTknltting , cnine. aingie standard, never used : for selling, poor health ; Mrs. Alice Smith, Northfleld Fall. VU Box 114. 235 WANTED A FIRST-CLASS GRANITE CUTTER A man that an operate a mill ! do turning nf all klnits nn a lathe, set machine 1 do let tering and carving; on grar.it ; handle ur STONE SHED AND QUARRY AT BAItT facera. nnllshers and plug drill! ordionrllT , .vt trno air r di i t i i.i. fast workman ; a man not over 45 years of iKtmt machinery, shed on hundred f. age i win o7 onpwiii. ,s ret wide wUn travelling era Agents, Marshfleld, Vt. 7Ltf JIORSES AND. VEHICLES PAlrPoF GOOD WORK HORSES FOR SALE Or will exchange for cows or young stock; Leo Bert rand. Bailey street. Tel. 418-M. ' 01t6 FOR SALE Good driving horse. Clever and wiil stand anywhere with hitch weight, afraid of nothing: will sell cheap if taken at once; O. C. AvertU, Avert!! block. lMtf years, at an executive committee meet ing of the farm bureau on Saturday, Nov, 4, tendered her resignation to take effiW. nn TW 1 10'" Miss Boice's work with ie women -Angeles Times. of Washington county has been of the highest order. Coming here in July, 1920, the first home demonstration agent in the county, she found her work largely of pioneer nature. In "Well, she exclaimed, flaring tip, "if you wish to break off our engagement, jg sut street say so. l fiate people to beat about the bush in a case of this kind." Los UPSTAIRS AT COLTON'S Sheen Lined Coat" for Boys, I8.S0. S8.S0. 18.60. ' Sheen Lined Coata for Hen, 9.98. 19.98. 89.98. ' .. s Fur Coat Too. , ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON'S, Montpelier. Vermont nee hour : will hava mill ready for oera tion by Jan. 1st; must have reference: Y. R. Blakesley. Box 26, Franklin. La. 20iitl WANTED , GRANITE CUTTERS AND QUARRYMEN Te take places of the men whose agree merit with this Company expired on March 81st, 192Z, and who nav refused to resume work on the AMERICAN PLAN Permanent employment at MILFOKD, MASS., KEENE, N. H., and STONY rPF.F.lf f!l)IOJ H hours Dee week. We r paying high clans Monumental granite cutters and carvers, $8.50 to $10 and first class quarrymeu $5.60 to $8.40 per day. Each man furnished free $600.00 LlFcJ IN SURANCE so long as he remain In our mploy. Working conditions at our plants are the best In th Granite Industry. APPRENTICES WANTED To learn the granite cutting trade. Good pay to ctart and advancement according to improvement. Fun wages wnen you can produce a standard day's work. APPLY TO Ths Mllford Pink-Victoria White Granite Co.. Milford, Mas WANTED Young married man for general work In granite manuiacturers ouice; on with experience preferred; address P. O. Box 42, Barre. Vt - 19BU2 ROOMS TO RENT Wanted Energy, TO RENT Furnished room, suitable for two; K9 Elm street, 'phone l!08-W. 204t2 STEAM HEATED ROOMS TO RENT Hot When I wui a young man. mum. de " eM w,ter inquire at 10 Spanhlin neighbors where I lived called me a tu - -'- - --"I'if r,n l swam in quire on the premise. leaving her work she has established a I'hiiTnan dynamo'," said the languid- SJ'.Toin ?blocSk w two flight!- ucuiiiLV fiuiaiii i wui a aim nio nrv , agent becatirte of this definite program "Well, they wouldn't call you that of work which has been established, now," answered the howsewife. will be able to step in and carry on "No'm. But I wus like a dynamo io 183tf Miss Boica leaves to Improperly built piera and the bndgs "T t i iT was opened to travel. Because of this tak UP n1,r rk 1 H"pafcire struction it is claimea that; ., ., , : t n til i r nnai the river bed was washed out beneath' "l'1!'?. from Ub way, Mass., the home U- U,. ,!.-, t l,.m fall Intn th- OI -"ISS iJOlCC. river, carrying two spans of the bridgu with it, and the third pier was under mined. The bridge was damaged to such an extent to make it useless, and IF MOTHERS ONLY KNEW one respect. "How was that!" "The energy I created never got me anywhere." nirmingham Age-Herald. Inventory Your Asseta, your liabilities and your family repon- sibilities. Let us submit a scientifically arranged insurance program, suited to your particular means and need. - tional Life Ins. to. Vt. (.Mutual.) N. S. Ballnrd, general agent, 4.5 Stile ; G. J. Seager, GRANITE CUTTERS. QUARRY WORK ERS, POLISHERS. TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS. TAKE NOTICE LABOR TROUBLE IN BARRE. VT, AND VICINI TY AT PRESENT. the cost of its removal from the river; tcmolainir of headache. feverishnesf, i ia triven aa fc.1000. 1 stomach trouble and irregular bowels. If Jr. . ... .. .. - .. ...... ...... .. u -. Li ... u. r u ' . 1 he contract for the erection oi tnc 8w, m Aa tor thZ chiMrV; Q A Hatch WoodhurV Vt idge Was awarded IB ovembcr lrlo,ro family would ever be wHbout them. A XlBltll, OUUUUry, VI. Real Estate and Property f0tt;,n0tntPelier' Vt Sale f aiTf" I ICTHM 1 1 VriTTPP This is i give tiotive that I have given my son, Wayne W. rsmhara, the hawnre and the bridgewas opened to travel In , Th Powders are so easy and plM.ni to ord to meet mv obliiratmB 'will fJf -.r0. JLJ. 'Jl c - , . . . - " . II II.. a. .11. ....... . i nv Ml I. .nnl r. t 1 nu htm , , . j . -, ...., . . muLners wno once use tnem always wii oui- e,-n -nc luiiuwinuj . that it paid the specified contract price , .,,- ,k ka ir,ri.ta n H. N. FARNHAM. for a work whic hincluded te erec-1 everywhere. Adv. House, irood repair, hardwood floor. . Williamstown. Nov. 10, 1922. 203ts tion of the superstructure, the surface , running water; best location in Wood- ! bury Center, one-naif mile of one f HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTJJD A young girl to assist with liirht housework in famllv of two; -Tel. Montpelier 7-Y, or call 127 Elm Bt. 205tf WANTED A capable middle-aged woman to keep house and rare for an aged couple; the woman is an invalid; apply to Frank Labounty, Foxville, P. O. address. Granite ville. Vt. 20St4 eiectno boom derrick., in yard, 2 surti cutters, one pol. wheel, a gang of cutt working year around ; the stork Is as da as dark Barra granite and takes a tine pi ish : a sample of it can be been at the Tim office. 8 men working in quarry and teams drawing all the time: lean sell all I this stock I can quarry; I am selling I account of sickness. I am In hospital n and have been for several weeks ; address correspondence to T. F. Roy, Bt. JohnsenJ Hospital. 8tJohnsbBry, Vt. 194 ALL WOOL KNITTING" YARN FOR'SAi! Direct from manufacturer, 95e, $1.9 si.ou a pouna. Postage paid on eve di larm-aers. Write for snmpleu : Ji, BAHTLETT, Harmony, Maine. 190t Sweet Cider for sale. Order early. Apples are sear r. K. BAILEY i tel. 784. 17,7 THREE 8I.TGHTLY USED PHONOGRAPH FOR SALE at a bargain price; also c piano, used only about six weeks ; also cr player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co., Ban Vt . 19 WOOD FOR SALE No. 1 selected o' growth body block wood, on lot cr d livered. Tel. 106 -J. 2911 FOR SALE A preparation for cleanht granite and marble, monuments ; brighten up the lettering and make the whole mon ment look clean and new ; guaranteed ; nrio on application : James Sullivan. 114 Par street, Barre, Vt. 18v HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Downstairs tenement of rooms at 80 South Main street: inmiiH of B. P. Wilier. 22 S(rh Main St. 205t6 FOR RENT Warm pleasant 8-roora firj floor tenement, partly furnkhed i ren cheap for tha winter; C. A. Heath. 18 Washington street ; Tel. '742-M. 204ta TO RENT Tenement at 62 Brook streef vacant Nov. IS. electric lights, bath am hot water connections; E. L. Densmore. J Pleasant street. E04 SMALL TENEMENT TORRENT All mofl cm conveniences ; hot water, gas, bat! wood sbed and large garden : apply Ieon I Cumminsrj,4 Merchant street, Barre. 20S1 TO RENT two smallmodem tenements' one upstairs and one down. 4-rooms each CAPABLE GIRL For house work: $ n Plenty of land for garden; inquire of Mr. family: no washing or ironing; must I I JLMcDt'nellvJr':!- mt gojd plain cook : Mrs. Frank Wheeler, Flain-! FOR RENT 9-room house with barn ; wil field. Vt., Box 266 WOMAN CANVASSER S03tf Kidney and Bladder Troubles Conquered or Money Back For 40 year, said Dr. Carey. I have been prescribing my prescription No. 777 (known for years as Marshroot) for kid ney and bladder sickness and now that I have retired from active practice I hav made arrangements with leading drug gists' to dispense this wonderful prescrip tion at a moderate price, on th money back If dissatisfied plan. Beware of kidney disease. thousands die of it every year who ought to be en joying the blessings, of life and health. Watch the symptoms- If you hsve specks floating before the eyes, puffy eyes, clam my feet or moist palm, backache or sidt ache, ynu ought to get a bottle of Dr. Carey' famous prescription No. 777 right away. It haa wonderfully benefited tens of thousands of easea of kidney and bladder troubles and is the medicine you ran al ways depend upon. Result are guaran teed. NOTE Dr. Daniel G. Carey was a practicing physician for many years and his great Prescription No. 7T7 aided thou sands of sufferers from kidney and blad- Pharmacy and all reliable pharmacist th country over. Adv. Recommendedby Specialists Endorsed ty Physicians Has Made Friends by the Thousands. You also will like the CANTILEVER SHOE Sold in this district only by City Boot Shop. - Montpelier, Vt. Send ior Free Booklet. the largest Rranite quarries in the DR. W. FAY, MANN, Jr. world, price flUOO.oO.j Dentist Eastman Block TH. Office 763-M. Rotate 71-M. Office Hour S to 12 a. m., 1 to I p. m. Monday and Saturday T to S p. m. J Keventy-five acres land more tir less, half mile from house, level fields, all new stocked, younjt orchard, all graft fruit, pasture, fences all wire and cedar posts; wood of all kinds, enonpli to pay for the place, price ....... .fiKXl.OO. lilack smith alinn IUWW1 100 runs A No. 1 dry hard .lab wood, GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS all under cover, per ran 3..'50 Established im One international truck, all ready to The Square Deal Place run taisVa4 itavt tiiirwli-A1 tmn ..! I ,r;:' 7rr'. .r :, " . i Representing th folk-wing Piano wuurr sua a; prKt , .uu. Rennlng Kmerson Lamer Milton One Ford truck with meat box, .all new I Bst. ll Est. 1847 Est issz Est. 194 cord tire! nrice ..! no fo? book of athousand references. ' I ' NA SS Kmii ri M H. 'PhnM VBMUiar i aiinpe. jiancoctt What ere yon go ing to sell for Christmas preserita. you know rou want some thing of merit and value and it must give you a rood wrofit. You also know you want to hav it to sell by November 16th. We hav this for you, write for our articles. The Itonlotv Com pany, 7 Water street .Boston. Mass. UU3t3 WANTED An experienced waitress at th Park inn, Northfleld. Vt. ifUtf WANTED Young women to enter Barre City hospital training school to train to become nurses; apply to the superintendent at the hospital.- 157tf sell or trade; gas range and some houw hold furniture for sale; C. P. Cumming 11 FVcnch stret, or Tel. 383-W. 19t TO RENT A slx-room tenesnent on Sum- .roer street; Edith M. Carr. Tel. 3i'-M.I lsttf t . i 'l i c-ii cam ooner insperator. complete 40.(KI. Steam jacket lard renderins; kettle. Hobart electric sausage and bone grinding mill, blacksmith tools, car l petiter tools, in fact anything I have will sell. For the next ten tfsvs will aell at coat from my store to prospective buv ers who will come and look over this real estate and propertv, Come early. Appointments to make sure of being at home, by 'phone or man. Property and goods must be sold. fi. A. HATCH. Owner. Woodjmry, Vt, 'phone 203-4. BARRR. VT. GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors Currier Block Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7 ,to 8 p. ID Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 2 to S p. w. Thnne Office "12 W. Residence 32M DR. LEVnS D. RtARTIN OSTEOPATHIC TIIYSICTAN OITlc fa Room gS. Kile BuiUlng TdepbosM Coaaectlesi omrK HOURS i t a. m. to II m. snd 1 :S U t p. m. Monday. Tueadas-. Thursdey and Friday had .Mr. and AH a Matter of Habit New maid There' one thing I flout l,ke alvnit tle nater. He Ler raliinir me "sry dear." M.ire 4. r.m trutnt n: nd tiai. It nn.r a tabit cf bin. Whr. h in addre me that sy !?& time. ftry M'nea, EAST CALAIS Mr. and ilre. E. E. Brown t-v.iru- psnn-d their daughter, Iluth. to Fanny Allen hospital the last of the wevk. Miss Ruth has gone for treatment. The "seven-cent" sale held bv the Calais Woman's club on Tburi.fl.iv .'v. ning was in every way a success. Tl e piays presented br the primary irhii were very fine. Over $25 was'cleand Mr. and Mrs. Koliert Hrav and l arl Gray and friend of llsrre wire visitor at r. H. Crays over Sunday. Mi Irene Tek was at her bom over Sunday. Frank Ladeau 1 In the north trt of the state deer bunting. Mre, Lillian Lamb was in Montpel'-r on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Kent of rt- and Mrs. WalLsce of Monlpeher a,.-ic timtors in the viilaire Saturday. Tlay Alr-Kt. Clarerr Wilbur nj Websicr Wiibur were in rescham burn ing the f ast week. The r hic-kew-t ie snrper given br tH lsdies" lestMie was sa ell pstronised and a portd!y siini wss realized. Matr fJeorre fiuemsey of fon- r'l er t .sited bit prand;srents ever un.lay. Mr. r,d C"har3-s ST:lrfirr of Nirt ('! tited at L. A. Ken r.'s t S.i .J.s v. Fj! thuinell ws b-.me trca iloniei,er aeaninary over Sunotv. Are 46 Never You the Man Who Reads Advertisements ?" Some raen, who are neither biind nor illiterate, claim sincerely that they "never read advertse ments." Yet, if you could investigate, in each case you would find that the man who "never reads ad vertisements" used an adver tised tooth paste or shaving cream or soap. If he owns an au tomobile it will be an advertised car. If you ask his opinon of any automobile he will reply in words that might have been lifted bod ily from an advertisement of that automobile. Advertising has formed his opinions to a great degree. He may have received his informa tion through others who ob tained their knowledge from ad vertising. But it is a fact that no man can escape the effects of advertising even if he does say he "never reads advertisements. Not one of us ever reasoned out entirely from his own mind that the earth is round. If we had not read it or heard it we would never have known it , . In these days of good, truthful, helpful advertising to say "I y never read advertisements" is merely your way of sajnng, "I don't read all advertisements. ( Published by The Barre Daily Times, In co-operation with J lhe American Association of Advertising Agencies. j DR. HOWARD A DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHTWICIAM BLANCHAJO BLDGL Phones l Office. t0t-W ftatidcoe, T0S-F .MISCELLANEOUS CALL AT"Y2 SOUTH MAIN STJtEET AND SEE A REAL PAINT HOP I am ready for auto and earriajre, sign or any shoo naintinc". H. Bonier. I98tf HIGHEST" PRICES PAID for old ratrs. pa pera and mairaiines. iron and metals: Tel. 172-MBarr, A. Fin. . OltS GENERAL TRUCKING DONE Also soft 484-J. Prospect street 199t MUSIC TEACHING On all kinds of v ind instruments: clarinet, saxophone, etc., Mr. BianrhL 40 Merchant street. 197U2 TO RENT Shed room, includinit derrick and steam heat, for the winter months. Plant operating on American plan: for par ticular acDlr at tiort at Milne inc. Barre Vt. li6tf FURNTl'RF ANb riANO MO VING-J ohB Anderson. 110 So. Main street. Tel T17-B. Ultf DANCING LESSONS Private in. t ruction by appointment : call at 'it Mam street, 'phone 361-W ; Marie Quinlaa. lsV.f TO RF.NT Vacuum cleaners: Tb Elertrit Store. 14 Elm street. (44tt TO RENT 4-room upstairs tenement at IS East street; Tel.4ii6-V. 192tf TO RENT Nov." 1, second story tenement' of four rooms, bsth and pantry, centrallr located; TeL 764-W. Ibill HOlJSETO RENT At No. 1 River strev' Barre, Ul Strong Hardware Co Burlina-' tonJV t 1 74't . TO RENT 5 acres of land: also a 6-xooJ house, with hot and cold water ; ffood barn stable, henhouse and shed; known ss Mean owbrook farm, near carbarn, electric puw or plant and state rarsre and can work ir either Rarre or Montpelier inquire of Mrs Mary M. Richards, near Marvin farir Montpelier, Vt.. or Tel. 227-M; Mrs, W C 1'irie.JBarre. Vt. nt KOUR ROOM TENEMENT TO RENT A! newly repaired : Tel. 7S4-W. lSBt. T(l PPVT Plva nnm rfnwn.talra f m n m. n 1 . wood slabs for sale; Paul Beckley 1 el. wllh pctric lichta and bath, cellar, bam WANTED WANTED Drivinr horse for Its keepinr; A. B. McLeay, West street. Darre. vt. ;o5tj PARTNER WANTED In the oldest, beat eauipoed sranite bus iness. In the srreatnst arranite center in Texas If yon haven't 120.000 rash to in. vet don't answer. Only aa experienced man in office or sale man considered. I am now 38 years in the business. This is the healthiest climate In the world, warm in u.;.a .nil awutl i n ,innm.r. I rame K... almost deaA and rrtramd my health and trcttinff old. and have made lots of money here; have rood workin raoital and na dobta. Have my owa catalogue and want this nne basincM to continue; for further information writs P. O. box No. $1, Llano, Texas. .'0it4 RENT WANTED- or 7 room rottaare or tenement; modem conveniences, centrally Icratcd- P. O. Box (4. Ui'tlb WANTED TO BUY A 11 Maxwell tour ins: car; must be in good snnchaniral con dition ; address "Car." care Time off.ee. 4t WANTTD Youns; lady wants a sieam heatd ronm suitable for lurht kxwelirep Ina; unfurniahed preferred ; send replies to "S," care Time office " iMt RAW FURS WANTEr01dAbiTl.in-ol was about nirht when be said you raa fool some of the penple all the time, all the people some of the time, bat you can't fool all th peonl all of the time. Trappers are fait leamina rapidly that bis fur house in biar cities rlon't alway stay biret prices. Ilundrnls of fur shipper will tell ynj that C. L- Silver, risht here in Vermont, has proved it. ton. Low rent and contracts 1 with biv manufacturers ruble me to ray I the trapper every cent for Ins furs market Jast what ru are ieokiaa foe in the line I nd '."r."" 'I"- .' b,1V,. 'u, ,f Jewelry. lv.rwre. cut ciasa. etc. As T. .k'T " .17 T,, 1 menu held 10 dy. subject to return. Try me out, I. u. culver, tne fur cnaa, riem- fteid. Vt. rln.tf CASH PRICES-For old rars. weetal-T rai. maruiM. papers, etc; TeL 40T-R. Ssm Gould. TEL. OFTICE ii-M. RKfTDENCE, 4VM EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER BtAKX BARRE. TT. NOTARY PUBLIC PERRY & N00NAN UNEXCrtLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Amaw'aac oerviee Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Square. Barre. TeL connection, ' &-W WE ALWAYS HAVE privileees and vood garden; situated at li Clark St- t-lephon Cb-R or inquire at 11-U Howland Bids. . 2101 LOST AND FOUND LOST Wrist watch between Prospect S( and Woolworth'a store. Saturday nisrht) finder pleane leave at City bakery; reward i KatherineLel'at:e. 'Hi KOUNlj Lady's rope ban: twner can hav by rivintt for advertising; at this cl fire. V LOST 83x4 Vi chain between Groton and Uarre; finder please s.lurn to E. P. Carj ter, 14 Sheridan street, and receive re wrd. 204tJ LOST Anffora- eat. breast and feet white and body black; tinder please report toi 22 Currierstreetor Tel.jSOH-W 203t3j FOUND A brown bo-ind. with whit onf breast; came to my hous on Nov, 7:! owner esn nava oy proving; property ana. rarinc rhanrc ; Martin Collins, Oransr:i People telcphon lS-. JiU3t4 LOST Between tale mines and village ef Sr-rbury. one truck tarpaulin; an autotno- bie coins' north wws seen pirkiiur this t-p. Please- return to MaKnnia Tale Co., Wi.t- erbury. Vt. Ii'btO FOUND Between Barre and MontpeliT. week of Oct. so. a horse blanket; owner can have fcv provini property and rsymff for advrrtisina: W. E. Bixby. East Barre. LOST Friday night between Northfield and H.rre. bv Ihe way of Montpelier. on Gi.rdici S3x4 tire and rim ; tinder please n-e- lify A. a. conr.n or pnone ie-w. uarre. vt. :o4t LOSTSTRAYEbbRSTOI.EN -A S"rch collie due. dark color witn wntte mars Inirs. answering to name "Jack :" no col lar ; suitable reward; Murray C. C'ltier. Twin Pine farm. East Montpelier, Vt. JfitStl LOST-Two key on rin : finder plea.e re turn to Times office. 2' ilt FOUNO-Larre liirht brown mate hound. with white feet; cnllsr with licence tee "N. Y. .. I11.7M : l-t.'- Owner cn hava by payin for keen and advertising ; Ceonre Dubba, East Barre. ftZU Our watch aad dock repair wnark uar anteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 24 ELM STREET SOLI AGENT FOR ' BOSTON AMERICAN LIVESTOCK FOR SALE t vn. psi.6 .-ew mnca iw inn ernnrrs : i j aio I farrow riw ; M. E Brtscs. Kirh- j aed read; TL 4M'-J. tn-'! 1 LOUDEN WATER BOWLS will pv for themselves th first frsii. I tii-tall now ! MARSII-ALLEN CO. 21 'Thmm ICO. Oraas Cevnty Telephen ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE DALLY TIMES FOR SURE RESULTS iron .I.E Two rood Jersey cm; etll j 1-4-.5 : H. J. Carr. itii .FI..S IOR SALK-A!bert Foiraiev; Tel. I RFGI5TI RED-JFrtSFT PI LL VALVES ! MiR SAl! Se'rmi f;ne wperm. : r ; mc-rjev d. and z months t par: tmr We'd fti LPY FOR S A I F. - R. 1. r? yeariin! t. c--r!;t4. I . S. mvt; lf H R rs.'. a- n. ; Fer t 't l.e ill 1. R. F. l Nv Reva'.trwi. Vt. t"li" , t. lei VX luimimr, t. POULTRY AND EGGS AGENTS WANTED. - - ALTOMRILES