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THE BAItRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT. THURSDAY, DECEMUEll 7, 1922.
r ABOUT THE STATE Happening of Interest from Different Section. ' Samuel Boaoley, 40, of Bellow Falls, was taken to Windsor prison Monday nijrht by Sheriff Wcllman to . aem entente of from nine to 10 years for having enticed the eight-year-old daughter of a blind merchant to his room Friday evening. The crime, wa a particularly brutal one and he was given the full extent 01 trie law. the First Congregational church of Bellows Falls has , extended a unani mous call to Rev. Edward S. Worces ter, who for the past few months hag been supplying churches in Vermont. For three years he was pastor of a Iurge church in Madison Wis., and for 15 years before that preached in Nor wich, Conn. lie is a graduate of Princeton and has done post-graduate t,ywork in Germany. Banners with the inscription "100 ! Per Cent Savings" have been ordered of the Oreen Mountain Card company 1 , 11,. Vofinnat-'ttanlr'nf WTlitn River Junction to encourage the open ing of savings accounts by the school children of that part of the state. A school In Tunbridge will be the firsi to receive one of the banners. It has re ported that with an, enrollment of 24, every child in the school has a bank account. . Raymond Trainor of White Eiver Junction has" reported to the secretary of state that an automobile driven by " hi wife skidded into another car while coming off the Connecticut river bridge north, of Wilder, last Sunday. Alex ander C. Walker of Barre hag reported ' a collision between his automobile and one driven by Samuel ; Johnson of Oraniteville December 3 ' on the rond V from Barre to Oraniteville. .Less than T $5 damage was done to each car. Vermontera in New York. Great succe.-. attended the first at tempt of the Vermont Society of New York City in gathering its members for an afternoon tea and dance. Well over one hundred Vermonters, resi dent in New York and vicinity, re sponded to the invitation of the oci cty on Saturday afternoon of last week for this enjoyable social meeting at the Hotel Plaza. Excellent music, abundant refreshments, cheerful sur roundings and the joy of Vermonters in meeting one another encouraged the officer of thesociety in the belief that a gathering of this sort should be giv en a place In the Vermont society's calendar for each year. Two direct reminders of Vermont marked the aft v ernoon: First; a display of marvelous "Mackintosh Red" apples from the ' Connecticut Valley Orchard Co. of Westminster and, second, the circular announcement of the book recently published by the Altrurian club j of i Springfield. The Vermont Society of New York will welcome new members among Vermont men and women who live in and about New York City and who wish to aid in cherishing Vermont sen timent there. The initiation fee and annual dues of the society are not large. For applications for member ship address Joseph L. Baker, eecre - tary, 154 Nassau street, New , York City. , the annual dinner of the Vermont "Society of New York City 'will take place on March 17, Roxbury Pig Club Showa Real Achieve .. 1 mnt. . , " The Pioneer Pig club of Roxbury held its first achievement day last Fn day night, Dec. I, and a real achieve rntnt nrooram was carried out. This . j . - - - . club was organized late last spring, un der II. C. Richardson, a local farmer who is interested in pure bred sto -k and in the boys of the community Seven boys wished to own pure-bred Berkshire and on May 27 seven small pigs arrived from A. J. Staplcton of Springfield, Mass., one of the finest Borkai-ire breeders in this part of the, country. The boys received their eight weeks' old pigs by lot at the station, weighed them, received instructions on feeding and took theii; pigs home to the new pens or yards they hao male in advance. At that time the pigs weighed from 22 to 30 pounds j now, as ehown by reports at the -achievement meet nig, they weigh trom !in to .ion. t.ie total, number of pounds of pork be-ng 1,438. One of the members lost his pljr dur ing the summer, owing to no fault of his own, but he intends to start again n the spring with- a- pig from one ot the other club member s litters, as the boys all intend to keep their pure for breeding purposes ana go into trie Bus iness of raising Bcrkshires, One. interesting thing brought out at the meeting was the fact that thasu boys were taken to the Northfleld Nv tional bank by their club leader and other interested townspeople, to tran sact their own business in regard to the notes for $15 which they took out at that time. These notes are payable a year from the date they were take", out, May 27, and one boy has already paid, his note, another, nearly so. The bank was also kind enough to eantvl the note of tKe boy whose pig died. The boys, exhibited their pigs at the county fair at Northfleld in fceptembci of this year, winning $10 in prizes and attracting a good deal of attention with their Berkshire signs, banners and printed material pointing to the Berkshire exhibited in. the livestock section. - Two "features of the ahievenient evening were exhibitions of home made equipment which the boys are using in the care or their pigs, as a self feeder, a driving pen and hurdle, and a ques tion box conducted by Mr. Richardson on the points of a Berkshire, to which the boys- responded by telling the points which they had learned by study or thewr score cards and their animals, They intend to do much more judging worn tms winter and also to start their demonstration team early in prepara tioh for the fairs. 1 H. C. Richardson spoke to the par ents and to the boys, telling of the plan tor another year and for the coming years which include a junior class, and a study of marketing conli tions so that the boys may gradually worK into a real business. Too grct credit for the success of this work o far cannot be given to Mr. Richardson as local leader. The boys in thi club are not only making a success of their club work but they arej interesting their parents and others in the commu nity in a real co-operative work, which they hope will grow from year to year. This club was started at, the same time as the pig club in Chittenden county. The members of both clubs re ceiving their pigs from A. J. Stapleton on the same day. Grand Opera Three Lines for ,25c Th Time will ntiblUh Want, Lost and Found. For Sail, To Let. etc. abort adver tisement at tha rat of three lines for twenty-Hv eenta for tha flrat insertion and ten centa for ench euhaequent insertion. HELP WANTED MALE Canton BifStf HOUSES FOR SALE WANTED Flnit claa polisher; Bros Inc. WK" HAVE "PLACES"" FOR" TWO MORB MEN "to rerweaerit us In Wnshinuton and Oranice counties Our careful training- n ablaa a man to am from (39 to $60 from FOR SALE PES IH A RLE COTTAGEliN BfcST FART OF CITY FOR SALE OR RENT -For im mediate occupancy: McAlliater & Kant. FOR SALBBaby slclith. in flrat claa tarn mtionj can at Of tirooK aireet. :iu RKSTAURANT FOR SALE Good ligation. near peaaeng-eT Btatioa ; price cheap fo quick sale; for particulars write Box 238. Barton. Vt. 223U3 tha .tart with a PlIUi oprunity for ad- lENw60DHEATERF0R SALE -Good condition; call at 115 Summer St. 2'.:3tt , tiitt vanctment ; call Mr, lara. Hale 77-R for particu- FOR SALE OR RENT 7-room houae with bam, J. F, Bniley place. Willianntown i Inquire of B. E. Bailey, Admr., Montpelier, orMr. L. J. Bailey Williamstown, tYM F0RSALE The E. A? Prlndle" houae at 85 Kaith avenue, corner Summer St. and Keith avenue. 174tf FARMS FOR SALE EAST MONTPELIER Elizabeth A. Drew at Middlebury. Middlebury, Dec, 7i Miss Elizabeth A. Drew, lecturer on English literature : at Girton eollege, Cambridge, England, will lecture in the Mead Memorial chapel at Middlebury college Dec. 11, on "Bernard Shaw." Mias Drew is a graduate of Lady Margaret Hall, Ox ford, held an important position with the British army during the war, is a contributor to many of the English magazines, and Is widely known as a lecturer. Thia lecture will be the second of Miss Drew in Vermont, her lecture at the meeting of the Northern Division of University Women at Burlington last May winning her a local following in keeping with her international rep utation for brilliancy of mind and charming personality. Later, .in the year she is scheduled to appear in Bur lington, Rutland and St. Johnsbnry. Murphy Pays $13,000 for Vermont Horse. Newport, Dec. 7. E. M. Pickel, who has a string of 25 horses which will be seen in next season's races through out New England, has just sold Worthy Son, record 2:U4. to T. W. Murphy of , Foughkeepeie, N. Y., for 15.000. This is believed to be the highest price ever paid for a Ver mont horse. Summary of Vermont Educational But ter Scoring for November. . The educational butter scoring for November was held in the dairy lab oratory, Morrill hall, Burlington, in connection with the short course con ference for dairy plant men. Nineteen samples were entered and they were cored by C. W. Fryhofer in charge of the dairy products inspection service for the bureau of agricultural econom ics of the United States department of agriculture. His headquarters are in New York. He expressed himself -w well pleased with the quality of the butter. Only one or two samples were scored off on workmanship.. The most common criticism was a feedy and wi.i tery flavor with a few barny and e(a!e cream taints. Two entriea were high in moisture. The average composition and scores follow: Fat, 81.88 per cent; water, 14.78 per cent; salt, 2.38 per cent, and curd, 1.00 per cent; quality fore, 01.20; composition score,. Pli.79, and final score, 93.06. A partial list of scores follow. ! music. This was followed by light re freHliment!!. The children had a lovely afternoon. At 4 o'clock Mr. Anderson carried them all home in his new au tomobile. Mrs. H. O. Pike is on the sick list. The Morse school re-opeced Monday after a week's vacation. There was a whist party at the home of Willis Tracy last Wednesday evening, Nov. 29. There were ten ta llies of whist. All had a good time. lub (Wet Side) The many friends of Mrs. Clarence Fitch will be glad to hear that she has returned home from the Heaton hos pital ' . ' Mrs. C. M. Gould is teaching school at Adamant. Mm. George Davis, who has been at ii i . i l . a 1 1 1- tL. I I 7v F 7 ir.7wr. A7 Proceeds went to the Gleaners' c that Whit" P j at East enter' Clarence Fitch is f pending a few days in Burlington. Raymond Tufts was home over the Thanksgiving recess from Montpclier high school. Roy Willard is boarding at East Montpelier for the present while work ing on the bridge. ; sl; i : ',r Mrs. Carrie Robinson spent Thanks-J CTTirnTTrrc q at r giving with her sister, Mrs. Myrtie OlifcKlfll' SAL.L. Griffith, in Waterbury. j ADJOURNED TO DEC. 8,1922 Miss Jennie Lamson spent part of Taken by virtu of an execution to me last week with her parents. directed, and will be oM at public auction . . ...... , , ... , " . 1 to aaUafy aaid execution, aa the law Uirvcta, Ralph Willard of Waterbury spent m the 8th dr of December. A. D. 1822. at Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. ; t o'elork In the afternoon at the farm of ,i u n,irl IVillarl I Kinwr om in Calais, on the ataae road Several from this vicinity attended the dance at North Calais last week. EQUIPPED FARM FOR SALE Cream checka Z60 a month i neaitn tne cause lor - -- ..ii. j . ib. V ...u.,inn tn a ooa pay. "Farm," care Tlmea. 21tf FOR ALJ5Viliasre rami. SO acrea, nillra from Montpelier ; John - F. Benjumln, Barre. Tel. 10S-R. , 7tl WANTED Some men to cut mania by the thousand ; Richard Sealer, Williamatown. " . ; . , 224t3 W ANTED Good reliable man for farm work: 'must be (rood milker and toamatar; steady job for rlirht man s John Lawaon, R. F. D. 2, Barre. Tel. 882-g. . 223t3 GRANITE MEN WANTED QUARRY FOREMAN, not over forty yeara ot aire, who haa the a tuft in him to eventually be uperintendent of tha largwt ouarry in the country. PAVING BLACKSMITH to sharpen tool , for navins; cuttera. Permanent position ONE PAIR OF WORK OXEN FOR SALE I weisht 8600 Iba; E. G. C(Wi WaabJneton, vt. . .. . - . - . nm FOR SALE Another shipment of wool ntl and wool blankets ; keep warm and aava coal ; alao floor coveringa and art rugs in varioua kinds and aizea, all . auita'jle for Christmaa oreaemtfi, at low price ; L. F. Fortney, Plainfield. 23t6 ORDER TOUR" CHRISTMAS' WREATHS of Mrs. George. J03 So. Main street. Tel. 176-Y. 222t6 FOR 106 SALE Magee Cottage Merchant atreet. eook atove t TO BE SOLD WITHIN THIRTY DAYS FOR SALE Christmaa trees delivered from 2 feet tall to 7 feet, from 60o to $2.00: special pris on lanre aizea,- end eo-der by mail to Sibley Farm. Barre City. naotia GRANITE POLISHER to opainte modem power drven machine. ""GRANITE CUTTERS, one g-anir wanted. AU rVw""iS." ;'perm' ORDER YOURCHRISTMAS WREATHS of nent. The working condition are first ! Kfo Cherry street: Tel. 667-8. il9tf claa In every reaoect, and the climate can- Valuable Farm only 2 miles from the city. not be beaten. The yranite cuttinsr and - quarry depart mmti are run n the Open 6hon Plan, while the PavinK department b Unionised. Apply to The North Carolina Granite Cor. poration, Mount Airy, North Carolina. 2K4t3 WANTED A few good men for the wovda DRY WOOD FOR SALE Call ZH-Y. N the eVeninir. 219tta as yf in nil and will winter thirty head or morel land i in aolendid atat of for the winter, at Lakeaide: noatofflc , !tfo ?. ."'L Rlcker Milla. Vt. KSitf ?m'-eu WANTED Bobbin turner, a man who can ivm vumv wm mm . - - productive i 80 ft barn : stood atablea for WANTED AT ONCE Sinttle middle-aged it head 1 two ailoa ; horae barn, tool ahed, man to do nothing but chorea : must un- hen houae, etc. Brick house of eight rooma! deratand milking machine and g-aa engine; all bulldlnn in No. 1 ahane. Owner give reference: S3fi a month and board. want to aell everything including twenty . atraight time, all winter" job ( L. F. Go- Insult to Injury She Have you got a dress suit t lie (hopefully) Why yes. ESTATE OF LOWELLA PTTTSLEY. State of Vermont, dlatrict of Washington, aa. The honorable orohate court for the die. trict aforeapid. So all nrnn ntenit. ; the estate of Lowella Plttaley. late of Town of Qarre, in aaid diatrict, deceaaed, CKEKT 1NG: v HERKAS. Itiil roii't haa M th ! Srd day of January next for examining and allowing the account of the executor of tne aetata of aaid deeeaaed and for a ueere I of the residue of aaid eatate to the lawtul ! claimant ot tlw aame. and erderej that public notice thereof be given to all per aona interested in aaid eatate by publish ing thia orrfer three week aurasetvely previotia to the day aaaiard. In the Barr Daily Times, a newspaper published at City ot Ba.T, in aaid diatrict THEREFORE, ro are hereby notified ta appear at the probate office in Montpelier, aeven head of atock. part of which la reg- alant R- iatered; three hoga, three none, thirty-ttve hena, 40 to CO tone of hay. 00 bu. oat. ! eiiage, straw, 40 to (0 bu. potatoes, wood j lumber, and all tools, 8 h. o. engine, grain, threaher, grain drill, milking machine com- nMa. manure anreadar. circular aaw. ajr-, . , ona. aleigh. aleda. haying machinery, liar-1 To take places of rowr, plowa, eream aeparator, harneaaea, all ready for immediate poeaeeakrn. Everything In No. 1 a ha do. A chance for any one to make some money on thia and the price i very low aa owner i in poor health and wan to to ke out with an thirty day. For full partcuutr inuuir at F. D. 1. Bamet. Vt. 216112 r.ivivi:i.i iHim.ii.Td s VANTED GRANITE CUTTERS AND QUARRYMEN the' men whose agree- metit with thia Company expired on , March Slat. 191! 2, and who have refused to resume work on the AMERICAN PLAN Permnent employment at MTLFORD, MASH., KFENE. N. H., and STONY CREEK. CONN. 44 hour. p week. We are paying high elaaa Monumental WOOD FOR SALE About 1600 runa on tha turn p. Juat outside Barre City limit ; some nice lumber in it; H. B. Partridge, Barre, Tel. 60R. , 319t FOR SALE Lud wig piano. In good con aoi'l cheap: easy terms if l!13tf THREE SLIGHTLY USED PHONOGRAPHS FUR SALE at a bargain price; also ona piano, paed only about aix week ; alao one player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co., Barre. Vt ' Mt WOOD FOR SALE No. 1 .elected o!l growth body block wood, on lot or de livered. Tel. 105-J. 8ltl : FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granite and marble monumesta; brightens up the lettering and make the whole mono ment look clean and new ; guaranteed ; price M - i , . , . . r- i ,i ... i , u treet Barre, Vt 18tl HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT Upper 6-room tenement with. all modern conveniences, including e tears heat; .15 per mo.; call 207-, i3ti TO RENT 4-room downataira terement with ahed ; all modem convenience ; 1 minute walk to post office: rent very rew granite cutters and carvers, tJ50 to tlO and aonable; apply at Harvey & Muwer'a, Tel, first elaaa quarrymen tSM to IS. 40 per day.! 184. 220t rarn man rurniahed free 1600.00 LIKK 1PJ-I tjlie (jood. the 1 house in aaid diatrict on the day asaiaued. the j and there to contest the allowance -of aaid IM like to borrow it fur aereunf-tf you aee eauae, and to aaubliak yrur rikni ae neira, Mgaieaa aaa 1BWIUJ fellow I'm i going to ask to forma!. Lemon Punch. Given under my banc ' December, 1922. Pec-7-14-21 my hand, thia 6th day ot FRANK J. MARTIN, Judge. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE All kind of real eatate; farms, all size and location; village properties, all kinds etoree, feed and aaw mills ; rettagee at Joe' pond;, call and see ns; write or telephone what you want If yen mean bt.a fnes t we can sure how row the roods prices and term right A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, ESTATE OF D. AflXES FRENCH. Agents, - Marshfield. Vt. 7Stf Miss Josephine Anderson is nicely recQTerinir from her recent illness. ; Last Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 29, j her eighth birthday, aboot fifteen of Datt,fJfl V.. m'rl friends oalUl t nmlnil OVemer, 11!Z. her that it was her birthday. Various kind of games were played and also from l'o. Montnelinr to E. Calais, the foi- lowtng dearribeo property, to wit; A Quantity of hay, tn to fifteen ton. This hay ia etored fn the cow barn. Seme en ailase now in the alio on aaid farm f Ei sner Georaw. One litter carrier and track for aame. - One sulky plow and a few potatoes. E. V. ill ikjs. tsbenn Kidney and Bladder Troubles HAVE TO GO Oetgad Kidney Deposits are D!- Mlved and the Toxin (Psism) Caaf p lately Drive Oat. Drnggiate Teld to Gnarantas it In Evsrr Instance, "Your very life." ay Dr. Carey, "do ,nd upon the perfect functioning and hrnlth of your kidneya whatever you do don't neglect them." Dr. Carey'a famous Prescription No. 777 (known for year sa Marabroot) is not recommended for everything, but we can not too strongly urge its use if sow suf fer from annoying bladder troubles, fre quent paaalng of water night and day, with amarvlng irritation. brick dust aedtment or highly colored urine, bloating, irritability with loaa of fleah, or any other tendency to B right's Dieeaae. Diabetis r Gravel, for kidney dieeaae in its worst form may be stealing noon yoa. Don't wait until to-morrow to begin the oae of thia wonderfnl prescription now obtainable in both liquid and tablet form if you have any of the above armotorr ur. Kidney and Bladder troubles don't wear Napoleon Dreaded "M." Xapoleon had peculiar dread of certain days and certain number. In deed, he disliked the letters. For in stance, he rejrarded the letter "M" as boding ill lutk. We can conjecture a reason, though hardly a rational one. for some of his dislikes, when we study Napoleon's career. Moreau be trayed him; Mallet conspire'l a;w,inst himi Mil rat and Marmont deserted him; Metternich beat him-in the dip lomatic fame; he surrendered himself ,to Captain Maitland of the Bellero phon; he received bis worat defeat fear Mont faint Jean at Waterloo. The tide of his military success turned at Moecow,, To be sure, we could quote other names beginning with M that were associated with happy rrenta and phwl fortune in his life. But such likes and dislikes cannot be explained on rational ground. Professor Ilein fieh Block in Poster Lloyd. away. They will crow upon you alowiy. Creamery. Filial eorc. stealthily and with unfailing certainty. If rrhfi.M .1- rir i rou v" aspect that you are aubiect to .Mrinneia ..l7 i Vm- ih rf-t i. . ..i. a. f. Stowe 04 07 the Red Croea Pharmacy and everv good West Hartford 94 00 druggist haa been authoriaed t return the Wilmington O4.1K) I ,nt .7'. i!l!-flL; llti White River Valley 04 00 1 eflt Adv. 1 ljimoille Valley ...' 9;.40 Darlinir , ,)3J7 South reacham , P:i27 Proctor 0.1 00 Milton C2.v; Moretown '. 02 17 North Montpelier 92.2t) South Londonderry fli.liO (fold Brook 01.47 Wells River 014k) State of Vermont, Diatrict of Wahingtin. as. 1 Ths honorable probste court for the die-' trict aforesaid, to all persona interested in 1 the entate of D- Agnee French, late of City of Barre, ia aaid diatra-t, deceaied. 1 GREETING : j WMKKr'AS, aaid rout has aaalereil the Srd day of January next for examining and 2Mb ctay of March nest for examining end allowing the account of the adminstrator with the will annexed of the eatate of aaid de eeaaed and for a decree of the residue of said Dated at Plainfleld. Vt- thi rd day of wUte to the lawful claimants of the aame. situ uruereu mat puoirc notice ineraoi oe giv i cn to all persona interested in said estate by I publishing this order three weeks succes sively previous -to the day assigned, tn the t Harr llaiiy Times, a newspaper pubHebeo at my or Harre, tn sain district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear at the probate offlr-e in Montpelier, I in aaid diatrict, on the day assigned, then I and there to contest the allowance of aaid account if you aee cause, and to establish i your right aa heirs, legatee and lawful Cla lanta tn aaid rveidu. I Given under my hand, this 6th day of ; December, 1922. f FRANK J, MARTIN, Judge. Do7-14-21 ORRIS H. PARKER & CO.. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS. INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS. Montpelier. Vt. Tel. 82. " Oflke with American Fidelity Co., Until January First. slikamck so long as he remain In our employ. Working conditions at our plants are the beat in the Granite Industry. APPRENTICES WANTED To learn the granite cutting trade. Good pay to start and advancement according to Improvement, Full wage when you can produce a atandard day'e work. APPLY TO The Milford Pink-Victoria White Granite Co., Milford, Mas. GRAN1TS CUTTERS. QUARRY WORK ERS, POLISHERS, TOOL SHARPENERS AND LUMPERS, TAKE NOTICE LABOR TROUBLE IN BARRE, VT, AND VICINI TY AT PRESENT. HELP WANTED FEMALE TO RENT A ft-room tenement; also a U room tenement! in aulre of Mrs. J. Tt Callaghan. 44 Park street. Tel. 174-W. 219tf TENEMENT TO RENT 77 South street; inquire of V. E. Ayers. TO Main 2l7tl RENT Shed room. Including derrick and steam heat, for ti winter months, Plant operating on American nlan : for ntri ' ticulara, apply at Hoyt & Milne Inc, Barre, Vt. IDStl TO RENT Upataira tenement at 57 Ayers stree; 4 rooms, oantry. bath, gas anj electric light : vacant Dec. 1 ; oaly it Spauding street. JiOStJ SMATLTENEMENTT6RENf ern conveniences ; hot water, gas, bath, wood bed and large garden ; apply Leon L. Cumtnings, 84 Merchant; street, Barre. 20Sti TO RENT Two ""small modern teneraentat one upstair and one down, 4-rooma each) plenty of land for garden i inquire of Mrs, R. Q. McDonnell. Tel. 10, l(tl TO RENT Nor. 1, second story tenement of four rooma. bath and pantry, centrally located; Tel. 764-W. ISStl 'WANTEDj-Women between ages of 29 and HOUSE TO RENT At No. 1 River etre . Ti," 5tar ,n praciicai , Barre, Vt i Strong Hardware Co.. Burling, nummg. For particular apnly to Mu-1 nn vi njii i tual Aid Association, Hrattltboro, Vt. ,,..iTr-..v-iC i: .-j WANTED AT ONCE Ward maid at san-! newiy repaired; Tel, 764-W. H6tl ltanum. Berkley hill. Barre. 2231 1 - -., - . ; , I TO RENT Five mom downstair tenement, WANTED Experienced operators on men" with electric light and bath, eellar. bars' ahlrta and girl to learn ; Taubar, l ip-' priviletrea and good garden : aituated at U ton to., uarre. , 1 22 its RscommenW by Specialists Endorsed by Physicians Has Made Friends by the Thousands. ? You also will like tha CANTILEVER SHOE Sold in this district only by City Boot Shop Montpelier, Vt. Send ior Free Booklet ESTATE OF SAMUEL Kl BAKER. State of Vermont, Diatrict f Washington, at. j The honorable probate court for the dls ! trict aforesaid, to all pean inter-ated Its the estate of Samuel E. Baker, late of Town of Barre. in said diatrict. deceased, GREETING : WHKREAS, aaid court haa uahmed the ZRth day of December next for examining and allowing the account of the administrator of the aetata of aaid deeeaaea and for a de cree of the residue of aaid eatate to the lawful clatmanta at the aame. and ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested in said estate by publiahang this order three weeks too ceeaivety previou to the day aaaigned. ia the Barre Daily Times, a newspaper pub lished at City of Barre- ta aaid district. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified appear at the probate off! re in Montpelier. la aid district, on the day aaaigned, then end there to contest the allowance ea said account, if you see cause, and to aaubliah your right aa heira, legatee and lawful clairtanta to aaid residue. Given under my hand, thi Cth day of Decern tier, 122. KRANK J. MARTIN. Judge. Dee-7-14-21 DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Qfflp In Room 81. Mile BulHlng Telephone Connection OmCK HOTJRS t tn. m. toll m, and 1:1 le 4 p. m. Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday , i WANTED Middle-aged woman to work for aged.oounle in So. Barre: inauire of Mrs. Ducharme. So Barre, Tel. 38-J. 220t4 WANTED An experienced waitress at the Park inn, Northfleld, Vt. 2tiltf WANTED- Voung women to enter Barr City hospital training school to train to become nuraea ; apply to the auperintendent at tn nospttal. , 1S7 Clark St.. telephone 6-R or inquire at H-ll HowUnd Bldg. 210U HORSES AND VEHICLES DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICIAW BLANC HARD BLDG. 'Phone I Offioa, tC-W Reaidene, 0t-t It's for Piles Peterson's Ointment "Hundred of people hae told me, ' y I'tternon, "tbat Peteraon i CHnt mcnt ia the quirkest and liet remedv for pile in the world.'' For ihafiinp, eeiema. old Bore and acre feet. All druggit, 35e, 0c, fl, .,, g,d. 'Bxibe' Winter Storage Williai. A railroad deteetie making hi early jnorninf round in the yard came acrnHS three neroe Bear some ar tiallr loaded freijrht cara. Tbeir prea enee u anspMotia. Th dete-ite i pulled out hi jrun nd, rl''injr it 1 , iPiin.t the n en rest negro, bellowed.' V e battery man sv, where ya' oin!" j who devotes all of his time to I -hcm,m tiae reply, nr pUt their care, with the best charg- Fra" aava .luff tlae vn1 t.A-w i. .... . . - - v " incr and tetirnr natnimonfa We are in a better position to care for your battery this winter than ever before. Big Laud Voice : "What ptd did it do yoa to empty your aholfrtin at that aviator? Yn'a ewtlda't poawihly hit bira ? , nVell," refl.ed the irste fa'r-er. Tra rcttin' tirv-d of thera felkra flyin" ! over my property. lie rm'K n't hoar aie niaa. Vhat other way i I mt, to etfre my aeEtimcB" BirBin hara Age-Herald. that money can buy. Let us call for your battery 'and care for it during the win Iter, j The price is right. Harvey & Mower 4 Are You the Man Who Never Reads Advertisements ?" Some men, who are neither blind 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 hare received his infoitna 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 js 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 never read advertisements" Is merely your way of saying, "I don't read all advertisemenU.H f Published by The Barre Daily Times, In co-operation will. 1 I Hie American Association f Advertising Agencies. j TEl. OFFICE r-M. RESIDENCE, tii-U coujtcnowa EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER OUTER BLOCK babul rr. KOTABT FOLIO PERRY & N00NAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Aaaaolaae) Seanrla Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Snoare. Bam. Tel. eonnertien. S-W C. F. GALE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 EAST ST., BARRE, TOONE CO Dentist Eastman Block TeL Office TM-M. Rocnej Tl-M. Office Hoar to 11 e- m 1 to f . m. Mondar aad Saturdaf T to I . . WANTED LIVE AGENTS To demonstrate and cell a necesaitr that aetnajly etilvee the coal nroblero; addrea "The Knlirht," P. O. Box OS. Rutland. Vt 223t6 MiriDLE AGED WOMANWANT9WORK FOB WINTER j aUo loom (or sale; near ly new. bier discount cash sale; box 2"2. Plainfleld. Vt 22SU WORK WANTED Experienced "man "want janitor work or flrine: boiler in cite: B. E. BallarL 27 Brook St- Barr. 2i3t6 WANTED Whit aah ioe. delivered at DOT mill or at Plainfleld; liaakell & Hwain, So. Woodbury, Vt K18tl9 TWO PAIR OF NEW2-HORSE SLEDS v FOR SALE! New pun aietKha t a aeron hand pumr: pair heavy aeeond hand 2-horal aleda ; 2 second hand drivinir leia-hs ; Low ell McLeod. Barre. ' ' ' - 22US FOR- SALE" OR TO LET For their, keel durinf winter, two yaune' black horses; also bajr at barn; L. Saaai, Cambria St wits' '-. FOR 8AT.E Good drivlnc horse. Cleeef and wilt stand anywhere with hitch weight afraid of nothing-; will aell cheap it taken at once; O C. Averill, Arerill block, 186ti MISCELLANEOUS BRING YOUR FURS TO ME-And cat the highest prices : alao would like tn live female skunks; Erwta Aiken, at Barre, vt. ' : K2t ELECTRICAL WORK and houae wirinir done at low pneea j 'phone S0-W, Barre. 22-'t6 UPSTAIRS AT COLTON'S One Horse Sleds. , Two Horse Sleds. . 5 Sincle Farm Hemes a. ' Double Farm Harneaa. ALL ROAD3 LEAD TO COLTON'S. 8 BtaU Street Hontpelier. Vermont AGENTS WANTED. WANTED A rent for Barr and vtclnft! liberal commission : reference required! reel JHox til. WtiU Hlver Junction, vi 22SU FURNITURE REFINISHED Repaired and reseated, alao uc hole tared : C. E. Croaa. 28 Circle street KIW FVRNTU'RE AND PIANO MOnNC! Jnhn Anderson. 110 Bo. Main atrset- Tal "R. llltf DANCING LESSONS Private mstroctloa b annolntmrnt : ea at 17J Main etrert 'phone S64-W ; Marie Quintan. lS&tx TO RENT Vacuum cleaner: The glertrie Ktore. 14 Kim atree. t44tf AUTOMOBILES LOST AND FOUND IGOULD'S PIANO ROOMS j Eatabllabed tin j The Square Deal Race I Rennsentin th foI!rrin Pktno 1 ft . , 1 tf . a ... i.-nnir v. nil i .us isbwt SBIlwm tat- U1 Est. IM7 Fat 4i Est. ltM Ask for book of a tbsnssnd refenmee. N. M Goaufdlne St, "Phone TU-W barks, rr. LOST Dec. 5, between Martinets farm. Waat hill and creamery, a Ford tire chain : finder plea notify A. Martim-tti, Tel. 391-21. 24tl FOUND A he.fer! owner can hare by tnTine; property and paying rhanrr ; L. D. Coburn. East Montpelier; N. . Tel. 4TS-J. 117 STRAYED Into my "ireloaure,- black and white yearlina- beifer; owner ran have same by payinc ,ebar(e; Sibley Farm, Barre. !!2tl2 SALE 19Z1 FordVton track, wits apply at Kl Croat ma FOR closed ia Steel body Pharmacy. DOWNSTAIRS AT COLTON'3 Weed Chain and Adjuster. Lap Rnbca and Radiator Coven. Dust Proof Paper Cover. Everythina for th ear. All Road Lead to Colt on St State Street . Montpelier, Vermont LIVESTOCK FOR SALE ROOMS TO RENT ROO MS"ORRENT LGrhtedand " tij heat: also atoraar for autos at 1Z Kin ney street; alao storage at 7 Wasbinattos street! caU 179-R. iiutt FOR SALE Registered Hol.tein bull, t years old: nrio fTI.M; N. T. MrFar. lane. Williamatown. Vt tttt FOR SALE Hwh arrsde Jersey eew ; about 1 du to freshen : alao a rearutered Jersey bull. 2 years and 9 months old; apnly to Henay Wau. West hilt Barr. iim WHITE CHESTER STOCK HOG FOR SALE No reasonable offer refined .. 1 1 h no further use for him; H. C. Leon ard, Barre. Wili GAGE & GAGE J Chiropractors 1 . Currier Block ' Monday, Wednesday, Friday I t S ! p. tn. . Tucdy, Thurda, Saturday 3 to I . tn. ' 'Phone. Office C62-W. Realdpito 321-4 WE ALWAYS HAVE I POULTRY SHOW MONTPELIER. VT. DECEMBER 12, 13, 14, 15 CAPITAL POULTRY" ASSN. K. O. Ualt. Sec. Entries Clea Dec. IV. Still Selling and Installing Ricliardon & Boy t too I'ip Lrsa Furnace th furnace with the wide cold air space tlutt Mlitifica weather condi tiona in Vermont. N. MARSH-ALLEN CO. E. Tel. 140. O rasas Co. TL it y aiK-t ou are look, a a for ia ta nn cut auua. etc. Alee Just what f lewnlry, t'lelltT. Our watch clark rcoalr work ana. ante". O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler v f4 ET.M t rfJEy f tOLt ACKNT Foa "BOSTON AMERICAN" "Xio Matter How Long Yea Lira mu neter can pet oat of the present j induct; rra Csnnot ret hark iMo the ; past, nor caa yoa project yourelf into the futBre." (The ,artiia ) True, but,' you a turoncii li': insurance pr- ;de for your family the income yoa', -cnuM J.' e earned if von do amt live t earn ii. Xatk nal Life In. Co. -f ' VL ( Mo' !!". i ". S. r?ird. rcncral ht. 4" S:-t ' treet, Meiit j-ciie I ; ii, J. Seji r, In 'J ag n.. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE DAILY TIMES FOR SUPwE RESULTS 0 Unsightly Lots as Nuisance. That prorinioa for keepin); cemeterj kt in aightly -nditio should Im presaly rnade by appmpriaie rule ai:s rrp.i!a tions hcn lt are ioM i up- j p-ted by the ho'.J'tiir of the Vermont wpniw court in the cao of WinhI. avx k Burving (jround asniatim a Haer. ' Vermont K porta, D ii de id, d ia that rae that the fad that a lot in a rrmetert was "unsip ht. . by and d,flsured and tifeded to be fi.h- laR l praded to put it in proper tut "iittaWe eondttiun," did not make it I ! nutnoe, 1 Affirming judgment ' defendant j favcr, the cunTl Mid: "The law w.I I not dj'clare a tL.tij nrr.re leaus lit i tiBik'h''y and d!f,jHire.l nor be jcae it t act ia proper and 'i.U'lt mniMioii, nor tTHie it t nnpriM to the ee and a mlatioa if the ru'-i of prpriety and f-A taate. n.r be rtu-e the rrricrtr of ar.".er rrd'rei l vaiiaal!. Manumenta Ne i.