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Till BARRE I)MLY TIMES, BARRE, VT. TUESDAY", DECEMBER 5, 1922.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interest from Different Sections. jtt w Twelve marriage license were Issued in Rutland during JNovember. FEDERAL AID HIGHWAYS. Fifteon carloads of Christmas? trees were .tupped from Bristol last we, .2,700 trees to a ear. liev. K, X.roy Rice .rorri" Rock Is land, P. Q.( ii tiie new minister at the Congregational church in Newport. ' John Pratt, a native of Shrewsbury, died at the .Soldiers' home in Ben nington Thanksgiving evening,1 aged 81 year. . ' Dean Edgar J. Wiley of Middlebury college cut asparagus in his garden Nov. HO, the Fhootg looking' as fresh and green as though cut in the spring. . William Kemp, said to be a notorl f'f? ous crook and wanted in many states, was arrested in Winooski Sunday aft er the police of that section had been notified of his escape from jaij in Brooklyn, Conn. ' ' y - - Fire Saturday morning caused sever al thousand dollars' damage to the plant of the F. R. Patch ,.' company in Rutland. The machine shop, core room and assembling room will suffer most from the smoke, fire and water. The office of H. W. Myers & Son, Inc., and the Sausville store in Ben nington were broken, into Thursday night. From the former 'some papers of no value to the thieves and 00 cents in pennies were taken, and from tl)fi latter four dozen eggs and some canned goods, Lyndon Institute Has $173,000 Building V Lyndon Center, Dec. 5. The $175,000 V building of the Lyndon institute, which has been built this year to replace the building burned last January, will be dedicated on Dec. 21. The principal ad dress will be given by Ex-Governor of Massachusetts, Samuel W. MeC'all of Winchester, Mass., a trustee .of Uie institution.. k There will also be dedicated at the sanje time a bronze tablet to per- petuate the services of ' four of the presidents of the corporation, S. S. Thompson, Dudley P. Hall and Theo dore N. Vail, all former residents of Lyndon, and the present head of the board, Elmer A. Daring of East Burke. Mr. Thompson was the father of Mrs. 8. XV. McCall, who is a graduate of the j school. i I Starting with an insurance of $40,000 Are Being Selected All Over the Coun try for 1923 Work. ' The selection of the roads to compose the system of federal-aid highway which will reach into practically every county of the United States is progress ing rapidly according to the bureau of public roads of the. United States de partment of agriculture.. State ai.d federal engineers have held numerous conferences during the past sumnu'r in all sections of the country. The system is being outlined in ac cordance with the requirements of tdie federal highway act of laBt November, which contemplates a system of high ways to be built with federal-aid such as no other nation has ever possessed and which, tmee built, will be con tinuously maintained 3ri serviceable condition. Eighteen feet -will be the minimum , width of roadway unless conditions justify a i lesser width and such cases must be given special ap proval. . The system wil consist of not more! than 7 per cent of the total road mile age in any one state, not more than 3-7 of which will he primary or interstate highways and the remainder secondary or inter-county highways. J he total mileage of primary and secondary roads will be approximately 187,000 miles. . - Work has progressed rapidly on the system during the past year and 10, 000 miles of road have been completed in conjunction with federal-aid. These, have been projects of such important that there is no doubt as to their be ing included in the system as finally outlined. . i . Will Be With Us Shortly ma, i wnm IT1HEY HAM NOVEMBER WEATHER. Temperature Averaged Three Degrees , Above NormalThree Clear Days. William A. Shaw weteorologjft in j United States weather bureau, reports f tfEP UP Tne. l wi vvi wi!Hi.mmrvw)fr v ---r--'?-v' Three Lines for 25c HELP WANTED MALE FOR SALE The Titnes will publish Wants. Lost and FIREMEN AND BRAKEMEN- Beginner ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS WRUATHS Found i'or Sale To Let, etc. -ehort dvr- $160. later $260 monthly i no strike (which of Mm. GeorKe. 1.4 So. Main street. Tel. tlsemenUat toe rate of three linos for position.). WriU Railway, car Barra 178-Y. twenty-five cent, for the first Insertion and Time. . j yoR SALE Auto knitter, nearly new. also ten Mnti for each subsequent Inaertlon. , WANTED AT ONCE Sinirla mlddle-aaed Simplex separator, in tirat class condition : I man to do nothlnar but chorea I muat un- Tel. eao-W. lI-TtC!l?CS T?rT C A T 1? I dcratand mllkiiif machine and Kaa angina; - OAIjIJi ,eivB reference i 136 a month and board. DESIRABLE COTTA0E3 IN REST PART !jf;irhi "JTb1) S'If 4f '' L" TiySS OF CITY FOR SALE OR RENT For im- , 1"t- B- 13. 1. Barnet. Vt. Sietli FOR SALE Maaee Cottas cook stove; I OS Merchant atreet. 22uta OF CITY FOR BALE OR RENT For im. mediate occupancy; McAllister & Kent. FOR SALEORRENf 7-roomhou wttsi barn. J. F. Ball-y place. WiIllmtown i Inquire of B. E. Bailey. Admr., Montiielier, or Mrs. L. J. Bailey, Willlamstown. -'J.tf 'FOR"'SALE The E. XT Prlndle houa " at tH Keith avenue, corner Summer St. and Keith avenue. I lMtt fA-llVIS fUtt BAI-Ei , Permanent employment at MILFOim, . ' ' . I 111 -O -.-.Tl V A T-i-VVl ,r .. r . v i.. ZZZ- vkekh. CONN. 44 fioura nor week. check. IZSfl a month t health the cause tot yy, gra p ,n( h,h eI MonumeBt,t a oulelt sacnnM!,; writ for partjculara to t euttm and earvera. $8 60 to UJ and arm, ' care Times.- K'-ltX fln,t cU quarrymen 15.60 to W.40 per day. FOR BALE OR EXCHANGE 40 acres In Farh man furnished free 1800.00 LIFE IN. Florida i 8 miles from Jacksonville. SUKA.NCE so lon as he remains In our m(l f rnm Atlantis Beach ! thia waa employ. Working conditions at oar plant- farm In 1866, not cut over land: old bouse the best In the Granite Induatnr. and Joir barn. 20 to 80 thousand fet hard APPRENTICES WANTED pine timber, located on fit. John's river To learn the aranite cutting trade. Good at Mill Cove, 12 miles to Ocean. 12 miles pay to start and advancement according by river to Jacksonville, small frului auch to improvement. Full wages when you as r rapes, etc. vafue 160.00 per acre: no can produce standard day's -work. , VANTED GRANITE CUTTERS AND QUARRYMEN To take plai-es of ths men whoa agras merit with thia Company expired on March 81st, 1122, and who have refused to res urns work on the AMERICAN PLAN FOR SALE Christmas trees delivered from ' fact tall to 7 feet, from 60c to I-.00 ; special prices on lance sizes; send order by mail to Sibley Farm. Barra City. - - iiOtli FOR SALE--76-acre wood lot," mostly birch ;, 6 tons srood hay and Rodtcera A Hub bard phosphate! W. H. Burr, West Fair lee. Vt . pil2 FOR SALE Two work horses. 1 roltT 8 yeara old ; 12 veal calves, registered ato-k ; 10 HoUtein cows, just freshens addreea Q. A. IXmers, Minor farm, Barre. R. F. d.No. 4. laoa ORDER YOUR CHRI-TMaITwREATHS of Kelr. 8 Cherry streetl Tel. 6S7-3. 21 SIX, DRY WOOD FOR SALE-Calf 214-Y," In the eveninsr. ' 219tl2 eouity; a barealn i for particulars addrese 'Owner,10I Mt. Vernon at.. Bostonass. FOR hALtPvSitM farni. 'ifmait. miica from Montpclier; John F. Benjnmin, Barro. Tel. 10&-R. 7tf APPLY TO Ths , Milford Pink-Victoria Whit Granite Co., Milford, Mass. TO BE SOLD WITHIN. GRANITE CUTTERS. QUARRY WORK- -.ita, ru18HlSK8, TOO- BHARPc.Nr.Ka THIRTY DAYS Valuable Farm only 2i2 miles from the city, AND LUMPERS. TAKE NOTICE LABOR TROUBLE IN BARRE, VT- AND VICINl TY AT PRESENT. SOUTH ROY ALTON Mrs. Georgietta Bennett's tenement to Josej.j Abbott's. a mean temperature of 35 deees in! - There wa game of basketball be- ohfleld dunn th. 8outh Ro.yalton and South three defrrees above tlie normal for the i Caught Fire S.tnaU Damage, Tunbridt'e teams at Knight's opera rnonui. l iio nigneat wa o oe People in t.Ma .villaee were aroused 1 house Friday evening on the M, ana tlie iowmi.wm eigni , f rom their giun)ber about 4 o'clock I Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Salter apent degree, on tlie 2ith. The greatest Sunday morninfc by an, alarm of fire. A Thankspivin with frienda in Bethel, daily range was 39 degrees, on the 2d, freiirht car. loaded wit cotton, hrdl Mrs. Ellen Fos. who has been ipeiid- and the least, daily range wa three PB,U,ht fire. By moving other cars and! Ing rami time with her sister, Mrs. C, u-K., un nie im. xnc pi,iii. finally extingtiiHhing the blae in that Different Line. . "My humband traees his ancestry back to Edward the Confesaor." "I guess mine must come from Wil liam the Silent; I can never get him to own up to anything." Boston Trau- i script. ; (rain and melted snow) amounted to only .78 inches, the normal for the month being 2.72 inches. The pre vailing wind was from the north, the tqtal movement '5,031 miles, the aver age hourly velocity seven miles, and the ifaaximum velocity 24 miles per hour, from the northwest on the 12th. The month wa made up of three clear, three partly cloudy and 24 cloudy day. Precipitation in- quanti ty sufficient to measure occurred on 13 on the property the balance wail days and the' total amount included raised by popular subscription among the friends of the school, one-hall the Demount being subscribed within 21 hours after the fire started. The building is equipped with the '. most modern apparatus and education . al accessories and will be ready for use after the holidays. There are ovei -800 boys and girls in the school at the present time. FOUND DEAD IN ROOM. L. J. Thomas of Sheffield Had Bees Drinking Heavily. L. J. Thomas of Sheffield was found . dead in his room late Saturday eve ning. v . ,. He was about the street as usual Saturday morning, but when he was missed in the evening an investigation of his whereabouts was suggested. He had not been sick, but had been drinking heavily of late and the evi- M i; . CO. . uesiv ui liquor in me ru-iu waa sum- . cient cause for his death. TV . . . . : a J xuv buiuis atwiucjr - wne uuLjiieu, but as there was no evidence or inti mation of foul play no official action was thought to be necessary. The body was taken to Dodge & Watson's under taking rooms in Lyndonville and prepared-for burial. The funeral will be held from the Methodist church In Lyn- dqnville tuo clock to-morrow after noon. Mr. Thomas was 62 years of age and ' had lived in Sheffield and Wheeloek the j most of his life. He wag married in ( Manchester, N. H., but had not lived with his wife for the past twenty years. He leaves one daughter, who, at last accounts, was living in WaU-rbury, Conn., but all attempts to locate her to notify her of her father's death had failed. . 1.5 inches of snow, none of which re mained on the ground at the end of the month. car, no other property was damaged, although the burning car was quit near buildings by the track, being on a side track. -v ;' ( Old Bennington Church Postpones An niversary. ; Bennington, Dec. 5. There was no formal observance Sunday of the 190th anniversary of the founding of the "First Church of Christ, as it was originally called. The pastor, Rev, Vincent R. Booth, at the morning service announced that it had been deemed best to postpone all exercises until next summer, when the memorial to be given to the village of Old Bennington by Mrs. Elinor W. Squire, of New "York would be dedi cated. The pastor stated that the design for the memorial had been selected. It is a marble monument with a bronze tablet, reproducing in kiw relief the original building and an inscription recording - the events that have made the spot memorable On the rear of the monument will appear a bronze reproduction of the great seal of Vermont. I Mrs. P. C. Carty of West Springfield, Mass., is a visitor in town. Chester Sanborn and family have moved for the winter to rooms in the upper part of I. O. Taylor's house. Mrs. Mary Whitney has gone to Homer Moore's in Sharon. Mrs. Nellie Leonard has moved from RED PEPPERS STOP PAIN OF RHEUMATISM P. Tarbtell, returned to her home in Tunbridge Sunday. Many School Children are Sickly BB acres or lana ana win winurr unrvr iTT.Tr, i .rmnr. .,.. head or more: land la in solendid state of nJUr VYAIM 1 XjU X H,MAIi!i cuiaTiiioQ ; ullage prscucaiir mttt., ,nu ur , xr-r .a . , 7 ,- fr, rt-n. , i U d r, and eaetionall WANTED Experienced .operators on men's WOOD FOR SALE About 1B0O runs on the stump. Just outside Barre Cite limits; some nice lumber in Hi H. B. Partridge. Barr.TlJi).R- j. 219t6 FOR SAtk Alamo G h. p .gasolineenirine ; 0.S. George, Box 6, So. Barre. 18t6 FOR SALE An upright piano, in Rood con dition at reasonable price; call at IS Cot- tags street. ' 217t6 FOR SALE 1 Trow & IMden e-rfaci machine; 2 Livinestonc surface machines! 8 plugdrills, 20 bullae, machines : 16 one inch machines ; several carving machines ; second-hand; all good working order: Trow & Hoi dm and Dallett makes; address "A. B. C," Times office. 217t Tauber, Lip. FOR $ALE -Ludwlg piano, in f(Xi con-, dition j to- be sold cheap : easy terms if deaired.Tel. J77-W. 18tf THREE SI IGHTLTf USED PHONOGRAPHS FOR SALE at a bargain price; also one piano, used only about six weeks ; also one Player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co.. Barra. Vt. , , 19tef WOOD FOR SALE No. 1 selected , old growth body block wood, on lot or de livered. Tel. 106-J. Z91tf n4..i. ao t, k.. ,iki for n,r" nria 10 learn ic i.j . i n. t. v,..- .r.l ton Co.. Barre. hen lunjse. etc. Brick house of eight rooms l EXPERIENCED TABLE GIRL WANTED " eranits nd marble monuments : brightens all buildings in No. 1 shape. Owner t (j School street, Jdonttxlier. TeL op th', I'trine and makes the whole monu- wants to sell everything including twenty- 672-M. 221tf meB lt c,e' guaranteed; prlca seven head of atock. part of which is reg- SrMTFrti nTi T1 , - I on Ppl;cation : James Sullivan, 114 Park istered; three hogs, three horses, thirty-fiv. WAJED trl for general housework ;! street. Barre, Vt. 18t bens. 40 to 60 tons of hay. 200 bu. oats. eif ?r- Harry Jones. 29 .. .... ; silage, straw, 40 to 50 bu. potatoes, wood .emp"tr--t' Wontpeller. 221tf x , lumber, and all tools. 8 h. p. ensrin. grain. WANTED Middle-aged woman to woriTfor HOUSES TO T?T.NT thresher, grain drill, milking machine com- aged couple in So. Barra; inquire of Mrs. 1 u J AfJ 7 . TWO SMALL TENEMENTS TO RENT One at 11 Cottage street, the other at plete, manure spreader, circular aaw, wag- Ducharme, So. Barre, Tel. 88-j. - . ' - . 1 .11 WANTED A lady of 60 or 64 yeara to I ready for immediate possession. Everything , w'"1 me this winter while my husband ia 163 No. Seminary street; apply at the lat in No. 1 shaoe. . A chance for any one to the south; I have tww little girla 13 and tr. 2.ot4 TO RENT -room downstairs tenement make some money on thia and the price is wrt; lor further oarticularB write Mrs. very low a owner ia in poor health and tr sums, canot, Vt. wants to (loae out within thirty claya For full partculars inquire of 220t8 Mothers who ralue their ewn Tomfort and the welfare of their children, should nevtr be without a box of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, for use throughout the season They Break up Colds, Relieve Not for Father. vr . ! - 1- j;- - j tne season lney nrealc up Colds, Ke eve Mama, is papa going to dm and go , KBVeri,m, constipation. Teething Disor- to Heaven t" I dera. Hradache and Stomach Troubles. Used "Of course not, Bobbv. Whatever by Mothers for oeer S yrs. THESE nnt Lh an ' absur.1 idea into Vour POWDERS tilVE SATISFACTION. All put such an absurd hiea nw your Dru g ,ub,tiu.i. head t" American Legion Weekly. , Ad. ' When you are suffering with rheu matism so you can hardly get around Sunt try Red Pepper Rub and you Will iave the quickest relief known. Nothing has such concentrate!, pen etrating heat as red peppers. , Instant relief. Just as soon as you appljr Red Pepper Rub you feel the tingling heat. In three minutes it warms th. sore spot through and through. Free the blood circulation, breaks up the con gestionand the old rheumatism Jor ture is gone. ' . r I Rowlea Red Pepper Rub, made from red peppers, costs little at any drug store. Get a jar at once. Use it for j lumbago, neuritis, backache, stiff wk, sore mujK-leg, colds in chest. Almost instant relief awaits vou. Be sure to get the genuine, with the name Kon 'o on each package. adv. Reduce Your Coal Bills To operate their business profitably successful bus iness concerns find it necessary to reduce operating costs wherever possible and still maintain efficiency. This poli cy is a sound one an3, should be applied in our homes as well as in business. We know that a s:reat many people can reduce their 1 coal bills if they will change their methods of using coal. ' We have told others now to do this ; they have tried it out and have been convinced. . We will gladly do the same for you. Call in and see us we feel sure we can help you. D. M. MILES COAL COMPANY Tel 133, 140 North Main Street ijijyjWtfi FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AH kinds of real estate! farms, all aires and locations ; village propertlrs. all kinds 1 .stores, feed and saw mills; fixnpi j at Joe's pond: call and see as; write or I telephone what you want if you mean h e. tness t we caa sore show you the rood ; prrces jind terms right. A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, nri-h bK-mI a. II r- s-ir.na.A.. 1 WANTED An experiencH waitr8 t the minute walk to poet office; rent very re- ej .! i - VT . 1 J . r 1 a..i . . . . mo, iioruwtio, v. wu eooatue; apply at Harvey & Muwer , TeJ. WANTKDYouna women" to enter Barra 1 ' ' ' 20tg City hospiul training school to train to ; TO RENT A S-room tenement; also a4 become nurses) apply to the auperintendent i room tenement: in ouire Mrs. J. T. at the hospital. JS7tf , Callaahan. 44 Park atreet. Tel. 174.W. 19tf TO RENT Suite of 2 or 8 steam heated rooms, suitable for linrht housekeeping ; call at 10 Soauidine street. 21tf COSY UPSTAIRS T-NEMENT-6fthrea rooms, bath, woodshed and lance attic at WANTED WANTED TO BUY A small ..I ..con tained eottara In vicinity of RII-.,H -e ueriin atreeta awpir aivinv Dnet and 10. a i -. . . . ,. cation to -Cotta..." Boa .25. City. 220t3 1':.'- J?J CASH PAID For tned furnltura. atowea, I bl 1w small family ( rent.', 112 ; Edith M. carpets and clean bedding; 'phona 6.8-R" Carr,. Sii-M. - ill7tf ?!!?. Ahrm Ffne Son- 218t6 TENEMENT TO RENT7.SouthMain WANTED White anh Iors. delirered at our 'treet; inquire fV. E. Ayers. 217tf '"""T.." rj'nneiaj i-asaeil at rjwain. 1 TO RENT Shed morn. InclnHlne --rrifc Agents, Jfarshfield. Vt. 72tf 80. Woodbury, Vt. S18tl9 MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL WORK and hose"wirimr d5S at low prices ; 'phone Z0-W, Barre. 22218 TWO GARAGES FOR RENT Mrs. S. S. Smith. S2 Ms Die are. 221t3 , TO RENT Upstairs tenement at 57 Ayers street; 4 rooms, pantry, bath, cas mr.a and ateam heat, for the wintrr months. Plant operating on American plan : for par ticulars apply at floyt & Milne Inc., Baric. Vt. j 196tf TENEMENT TO RENT Inquire of Mrs. -James Ahei-n, Tel. 245-W. 41 East St. 216tf 1: aoolr 28 06tf Anderson. 717-R. 110 0. Msio street. Tel. Itltf COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF WILLIAM MORRISON. The undersigned, having bees appointed by ths honorable prooate eettrt for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, ensir'ne. srd adiot ht elel. an . - - 1. of all persons against the estate nf William Morrison, late of City of Barre, ia said dis trict, deceaaed, and all claims exhibited ia offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the eity clerk's office, in the City of Ilarre, in said district, on the 6th day nf December 1822 and 23rd day of Marrh. 1921. from 1 -i .,1 A -' I t. of said days"and that six months "from the L?ST0T; ,'; Pr' thtre or on way ITDVITITDP DPnWTtt.n T. a '" at 28 Circle street 'jit ?Puldin atreet. B6ARDAND ROOM"7TFR"wii-ji- if SMALL TENEMENT TO RENT All mod- t sZk i-. S v. WE ,,T. ' conveniences : hot water, gas. bath. ' T Smrth place. Barre, Vt 221t3 wood ,nd Urre garden; apply Leon L. D. W. MOSES Optometrist: glasses ftted Cumminga, 84 Merchant atreet, Barre. 20itf -eld' r'"-h!r-"! Vinnt bl0Ck f,-jr; T0 RENT-Two' .m.Umoderrtenem-nu": field. t. phone 28. ;17t j ' one upstairs and one down. 4-rooms each ruK-riUKE AriU r"IANO MOVING John ' Plenty or land for irarten ; inquire of Mrs. DANCING LESSON'S Privste instruction by appointment; call at 172 Main street, "phone S64-W ; Marie Qulnlaa. 186tf We Do Dyeing FURS We steam Plush Coats H. W. Sanderi, Lifelonj Jamaica, Vt eaident, Oiei. Brattleboro, Vt., Dec. 5, Horace XV. Samk'rg. ggetl 74, a carpenter and con tractor whose .'10m. was in - Jamaica, tied here Sunday of Brijrbt'a dicae He waa a native and lifelong resident . of Jamaica, one of the 10 children of William A. and Unity (Johnson) Sand tri. Three brother atirrlve., They are Harvey XV. Sander of Brattleboro Wyland XV. Sandera of Westfield. Mas, and Haynca Handera of Townshend. Vt He also leave daughter, Mrs. Marv Iahy of thia place. Hi wife, who wj, AiiKuata Tierce of Jamaica, died in 1921. We are prepared to do any kind of remodeling and re pairing of Furs and Fur Coats. We have a full line of Fur Trimmings and Linings for Ladies' and Men's Coats in stock.- Work done in a reasonable length of time. All work guaranteed. Open evenings. " . Walter Krinovitz Tailor awd Furrier. Eastman Hilt, Over Littlefield's Music Store, 182 N. Main St, 'Phone 192-J. . WAITS RIVER Mr. Waldo Hood and daughter ueri in Barre Friday.' T. D. Fcllowa waa in Bradford Mon day. lira. Otia Page was in Bradford Mon day. Will Richardson i on the aick list and ia Dot ao well at thia writing. Mr. and Mr. Rosroe Hood an! daughter, with Mr. and Mr. Fred Hodge of Corinth, were in Woods vim Tuesday. fluesta in town for . Thanksgiving wera Berdina Richardson of Kant Cor inth with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Will Richardson; Mr. and Mr. Autin Patterson of Washington at George Mclhiffee"; Mr. and Mr. Clarence Morse and daughter, Phyllia, of Cor inth Onter at Clifford Chalmer Mr Bernice Chase of Salem, Mau, t her parents,' Mr. and Mm. Krnet Batten At K. S. Locke were Mr. .and Mr? John San horn of Wect. Tophara, Mi Winona San Horn of East Barra an. Laurence McKnight of Montpclier em inary. " Mra. EfTie Ilavi and Oeorge A. Ri.li ardson, both of Corintft', mere married Wednesday evening at the parson:; here by Rev. H. Campbell. A noon Parker ia i(Jt with jiiin-.r aore. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo and daiigH-r . Lena J., spnt Thanksgivin? at l-r f,. tber'a, Andrew Avery, of list T. ham. Advertising is the Sunlight of Business To all that is healthy "and vital in business, it means increased strength and growth; but ad vertising is a fierce heat which withers and consumes that which is unsound. A business which is not a good business should not be advertised. A business which would not benefit from wide spread appreciation of its deals had better acquire a new set of ideals. j with T lied by the Barra Daily Tin,e, in eo-orxraf ion . The America-s Aaaodatioa cf AaVertiaiBf Afeaataa. i GET IN LINE NOW We Have already placed several sets in Barre and ever day a new one is being installed. Our trial sets have proved themselves so much that they became permanent Why not settle that question now and let us install your set for Thanksgiving and give the family a real treat. Don't wait until to-morrow, it may be too late. You cannot imagine what you have been missing until you have "listened in" once. Some thing for all old and young. We inyite you to call and inspect our line. BENEFIT FOR RADIO FANS We have an expert in charge of this depart ment who will assist you in selecting your set REYNOLDS & SON BARRE, VT. TO RENT Not. 1, second storr tmrmmt of four rooms, bath and pantry, centrally located ;T1. 764-W. t88t HOUSE TO RENT At No. 1 River at-es Barre, Vt. i Strong Hardware Co., Bur line ton. Vt 174t KOtTR ROOM TENEMENT TO RENT All newly reoalrsdTel. 764-W. l5tl TO RENT -Five room down.tair tenement with .I-i-lr. H-l, liatl, !,. to 102 Waahinrton atreet. brown Ipaihrr .(.-. is tun limited by aaid court for said creditors handbaj eonUinina rold mounted R.iary Clark St.. trlephon S&-R or inquire at 11-12 to present Uu-lr elaima to us for cxamina- "d "oney; reward it brought to Times Howland Bide. 210t tion and al Iowa nee. mr9- -22tl , . ,,. between Barra and TO RENT Vacuum eleanarai Tba Elertris Store. 14 Elm street J44tf LOST AND FOUND R. Q. UcDonnslU Tel. 10. li8tf 20tb dar of November. A. IX 1M2. is the Dated at City of Barn thia -7ta day of LOST Sunday ruaht, November. A. D. 1922, JAMR8 SMART, i JAMES McDONALD, Comminioners. 1 Dec-1--1 SB DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ' Ofllea in Itsasa tS, Mnaa BnUiinc TsWpbona CsaaaitWa nnifF. HflCM 1 a. as. tl m. and 1 tS t I p. m. Kaaday. Taaadar. TVuWay and Frtdy DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PWT. lCIAM BLANCHAJtS hLDd OB tW-Wl kaaUbiM 7CH TO. OFTIC1I tit M. RrjTPENCX. 4-M COU.ECT10NS EDWARD C. DUFFTCY LAWYER SOLSm BIOCK AMLK. TT. motart rvnua C. F. GALE, M. D. PirYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 EAST ST, BARRE, THONE 68 PERRY & NOONAN LNEXCKT XrO FUNERAL FVRNISHCVy Hospital Aba!aB- Sank Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot ftinara. Ban. TeL esanertlaei. - t-W DR. W. FAY MANN, Jr. Dentist Eastman Block Tat. Offic tUH Hons 71-M. Offie Hours U 11 a. m 1 to I . na. Monday and Saturday T ' to .. GOULD'S PIANO ROOIitS ' Established 1M1 The Square Deal Place RneaeBt)na tba foTirarine Piani-i bn1n , Kna Laoter atntsn Eat. 1M1 E-t. 1147 Ot. UC2 Dm. 14 Ask fne book af tbotnand nfnnriiisa. Na. 6eanl-e 'Pbaaa lit-W BARBS. VT. Recommended by Specialists Endorsed by Physicians Has Jlade Friends by the Thousands. You also will like the CANTILEVER SHOE Sold in this district only by 'City Boot Shop Montpelier, Vt. s Send tor Tre Booklet. Maple Hill, auto tir chain: call 127-R. finder please JUti HORSES AND VEHICLES LOST A woolen horse blanket between TWO PAIR OF NEW 2-HORSE SLEDS Northneld and Rirton, Der. 1 : Onder XR SALE New punit aleiehs ; a second rscort to Lotua Field at Riverton and re- hand pung-t nalr heavy second hand 2-h-roa eeiv reward; 'phone Montpelier 611. Mrs. sleds: 2 second hand drivjn aleiirhs ; l.ow- F. D. Erhardt. ell McLeod. Barre. 221t6 ;tOST Blarlc and green velour robe. I. FOR SALE OR TO LET For their Isep I tween Warren street and. Depot eauare. during winter, two yoanir black horses ; Frii.'ay ninht; Ander plena return to tha also hay at barn; L. Sassi, Cambria St. I TiroesofTioe : reward. J21U 1 ' - 221t3 1 LOST Dee. 2. blark and taiTfer-lh.Mind FOR' SALE Good drivina horse. Cleeeif ! last seen uo Cotton brook above Waten. and .will stsnd anywhere with hitch- ! burr C;tr. : owner's name and telephone Ko. weight, afraid of nothing-: will sell cheap it 'on eollsr: plnae notifr W. P. Mahoney. taken at once: O. C. AverUl. AveriU block, j Barre. Vt call 1-M. 221tllf j 186tt STRAYED Into mr incloaura. black and j white yearling- heifer; owner oan hare: ' same by paying charges ; Sibley Farm, I ! Barre. . 220112 between ! UPSTAIRS AT COLTON'S I LOST Oct 4. female hound. j Williams town gulf and East Brook field ; ' a-rar with dark snots: nsme F. Maai. on! eollar: finder please notify Frank Masi. 2ft ' One Horse Sleds. Two Hons Sleds. Sinvle Farm Ham, a. Dovbl Farm Harness. ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON'S, Brook St., or Times offie. SIM . State Street LIVE-jTOCK FOR SALE Montpelier, Vrrmonl SALESMEN WANTED I FOR SALE Hiah rrads Jerser cow; about 8ALE.MEN Exrertional onvur tunity. dm to frmlien: also a resristered Jersey Kutlera earninn big: write McClt-ery , bull. 2 years and t months old; apple to Calendar Factory. Washington, Ia. 21t , Henry Watt. Weat hill. Barro. 2i.'t6 -- i WHITE CHESTER STOCK HOC FOR 1 SALE No reasonable offer refused as I hsve no further us for him ; H. C. Leon. ard. Barre. 222t3 FOR SALE 1S21 Ford H-tn truck, with FOR SALE 15 'eight week old pigs: call ',mt in ,Uwl bod3, pt'1 C"m! Bolnter farm. 21-R. 22t'jr PharaarTT 13lf AUTOMOBILES ROOMS TOTIENT DOWNSTAIRS AT COLTON'S ROOMS FOR RENT Lighted and ateam heat: also et-orare for autrai at 12 Kin ney street : also storage at 7 Wuhlnrton atreet; call 17.-R. J.'utf There' Tw Kind cf Dicontent in the world: The discontent that works, and the discontent that -rinjr it hudf. The first get what it wants, the second lose what it ha, j j tier a no cur lor tne nrat out uc ces; there' no rnre at all for the sec ond." The Spartan.) Have courajre, work and keep insured. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, peneral pent, 43 State etreet, Mont pelier; G. J. Seager, local gent. GAGE- & GAGE Chiropractors Currier Block MorMar, Wednesday, Triday T to i p. m. TuedaT, TliursdaT. Sgturday to 3 p. m. 'Plione Offir. W W. Reeidenr. Kt-4 RADIO TERMIT required on insurance policies. Please notify this office if you use a radio in your house. Per mits are FREE. J. W. Dillon BIter Block. Barre. Vt. Tkone J4-k. BATTERY STORAGE Winter is comine and your battery is a delicate part of your automobile. Let our experts look after it and be sure of a hot spark and snappy starter next sprinjf. Prices on request. Kelly & Nelson Main Street Garage. Service and SatLfaetion Thone 770. POULTRY SHOW x IfONTPELIER. VT. DECEMBER 12, 13, 14, 13 CAPITAL POULTBT A88N, INC E. O. Gould. Sec. Entrte Close Dec. 1. Weed Chains and Adjuirters. Lap Robea and Radiator Covers. Dust Proof Psner Covers. EveT'hine for the car. All Koads Lead to Colton Stat Street ifuntyelirr, Vermont WE ALWAYS HAVE Just what reu are loo in foe in th line cf Jw,:lr. silverware, cut liau. etc Alas ststionenr. Our watch and clock repair work (aar. anteed. O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler 1 4 FI M rTRKT SOLE AOEKT FOR "BOSTtjX AKERICAJT ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN TIIE DAILY TIMES FOR SURE RESULTS Specials Xew Drag Saw Machine 90X09 New t'.rain Separator $100.0. 3 H. P. Knjrine and Circular Saw Rip. with belt Ij.l3 (All new.) t'aed low Manure Spresdcr . . . .$.V).0t) Cofid cindition. L'ed So. 15 IMTal Separator $10.00 Good etmdition. l'eJ No. 17 IVLaval, f ! order tJ VOO MARSH-ALLEN CO. Harre, Vt. Comprate a Richardi-on & Iioynton Furnace! C 1 rwhe aria frMa ! ehe ntre K la an i wee f rac in net merrata fr i at e)a r' I ria. ' tMata' per le ran;ii-ne dt K - Cr,- Ian . etei n-Mnra t it m rre tvxm Je j aae ejiapi Vo farti ci Sfmru i ti --n spiv mm C'nl I n'-e vaai'a- MARSH-ALLEN' CO. N C TaL US. Orancs C. TaL