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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1022.
ABOUT THE STATE Happening! of Interest from Different Sections. K. C. Coburn, for moro than 17 years janitor of the ' Fletcher Memorial li- ' brary in Ludlow, has resigned the position to take a much-needed rest. Of the nine deaths in Bellows Falls thus far in December three were over 80 years old, and one each 80, 78, 73, 62 an dtwo younger. The four oldest were women an dol ape was given as the cause of their deaths. FINED FOR BEATING WIFE. John Wojcijt of Brattleboro Claims He Himself Frequently Beaten. Brattleboro, Dee. 18. A case of do mcBtio infelicity was aired in the rail nicipat court Saturday when John Woicik. 4S. an employe of the Central Vermont Railway company at the coal sliutcs, was brought before Judge Frank D. E. Stowe and charged with breach of the Deaee. to which he plead ed guilty. He was given a sentence of not less tlian MU days ana not more than 40 davs at hard labor in the comity iail at Kcwfane. There has bee'n considerable trouble in the Woicik family for several weeks Mr. and Mrs. Woicik live with Beveral . children in the north vV atercure build Donald, 10 year-old son of Mr. and -mg at 107 Elliot street, and Saturday Mrs. Daniel Cassidy of St. .Tohnsbury, is at Britghlook hospital there as a result of injuries to one foot that was caught in the mechanism of ah eleva tor in which the boy was going from one floor to another in the Fairbanks shops, where he is attending the voca tional school. The foot was badly t crushed and his large toe was broken. f ... , . At the trial in Sherbrooke, P. Q., of Homer C. Ingalls of Passumpsic, ' who "was charged with manslaughter in connection wth. the motor accident near Stanstead, P. Q., on Aug. 30, in which Patrick Shevln of Gorham, N. H., was killed Ingalls was acquitted. It ' had been alleged that he was intoxicated and only semi-conscious at the time of the accident but the de fense asserted that he was stunned by the accident and out intoxicated, j GETS YEAR IMPRISONMENT. And Dishonorable Discharge from the United States Army. Burlington, Dec. 18. Adclino Men des, private in the 7th field artillery at Fort Ethan Allen, was given one .year's imprisonment and a. dishonor 'able discharge, at a general court-martial on Wednesday. Mendes accident ally shot and killed Lilla Buick Tille man at a house on First street here, on the evening of Oct. 20. After being confined for some time in the Chitten den county jail here by the civil au thorities,, he was turned over to the Snilitary atthorities, who tried him for larceny of a pistol. Among those who testified at the court-martial were State's Attorney Ezra llorton,' Officers Thomas Collins and Deputy Chief of Police Patrick J. Cosgrove. Major Francis T. Arrii strong of the 7th field artillery pre sided at the court-martial. Captain W. H. Kaspin was judge advocate and Captain Van W. Batehelder was de fense counsel. Although Mendes has been sentenced to one year and a diahoniTrable di-. charge by the courtmartial, the com manding officer of the 1st corps area has yet to act on the case and approve court-martial proceedings FIGHTS TAX COLLECTION. Owner of National Bank Stock Claims Tax Illegal. Brattleboro, Dec. 18, Injunctions were served Saturday on the clerk of the town of Brattleboro, village of Brattleboro and graded Bchool district and on Fred Cressy, tax collector, in an action by Mrs. Agnes M. Lindsay of Bridgewater, N. H., to prevent col lection of taxes on her holdings of stock in the Peoples National bank Judge llarrie B. Chase, chancellor, will give a hearing next Saturday. Mrs. .Lindsay owns five hundred shares or one-fourth of the stock of the People's bank of par value of $f0, 000. It is appraised at $82,500 for taxation purposes and taxes assessed are $2376. , She aaserts the stock is taxed in violation of the fedoral law which pro liihits a municipality from taxing na tional bank stock at a greater rate than other capital in hands of indivi dual citizens is taxed. morning the head of the family and his spouse becaroe involved in one ot the series of brawls "which have occurred there recently. In the melee which en sued, Mrs. Wojcik received the worst of the encounter when her husband gave her a severe blow which blackened and completely closed her left eye and cut the skin underneath. Neighbors who heard the row noti fled Sheriff Frank A. Wellman, who went to the house And arrested Wojcik. Several of the neighbors also stated that Wojcik had several times threat cned his wife. . ; In court, it developed that Wojcik was accustomed to pay the rent, which amounts to $8 monthly, but contribut ed little else toward the support of the large family, the burden falling on the wife. It was said by neighbors that Wojcik would give his wife 50 cents in the morning for the purchase of food for the entire family and then would make trouble -later when he found there was not sufficient food for a full course meal. The case was prosecuted by Grand Juror Paul A. Chase in the absence of State's Attorney Harold E. Whitney. Attorney Chase went to the Wojcik house Saturday morning for the pur pose of having Mrs. Wojcik appear in court against her husband, but he found her in bed suffering from her bruises and in a high state of nervous ness resulting from the fray. Wojcik, in his own defense, said the woman had hit him 25 times to his once. Recently, he said, Mrs. Wojcik hit him over the left hand with a atiek that caused a swelling which remained for several davs. r Perplexities for Santa This Year - ' ' FY (CawrrisHW.VU) , ' I Three Lines for 25c The Times will pulilis.. Want HELP WANTED MALE fraternity to FOR SALE FOR 4(1 i BALK Lady'a new winter cost, k tnuulr of 33 Weet street. Tel. 1S2-J. . . . WANTF.n Mem.hen MaaonlO LifBl prm . . , , . t. twenty-live nts for th. first insertion and BurlinstonVt. FOR SALE L. C. Bmlth 4 Bros. WPt-; ten witti for each subsequent Insertion. ; WANTED AT ONCE Man for general writer No. 8. in first class condition. : farm work j B. F. Narramor. Williams- prioeJSO.OOjcashi 1 Bolster place. imiTSra vnrt CATP town. Yt- . .' . 2 FOR SALE Good liiie of jumpera and a Uf UlilJOLiB 1 UK nAIjrj WANTED Good man for all winter, rut- aleighs, at a reasonable price at A. FOR SALE Exceptionally fine residence on ting lumberi rood pay: Rood board near Stewart's shop. Prospect street. USZtB Washington street: eight raims, fine cek work ; Inquire at store East Brookfield ' . WB "HA"VB A "VERY- USEFUL AND ler, cement bottom, .steam furnace: granite write Fred Labounty, Randolph Center, PRACTICAL LINE OF CHRISTMAS walks; new double garage with wide cement yt. !W - GIFTS for ladies and children at recutoo drive and all convenience. House nicely .-r-u Tr7n KTCMjr.WBMlnneni able Dricea : Morris Sales Co.. 892 No. Main finished, hany and nearly nr I mtt dentiul section ! a Ant class home for b iness man: owner leaving city: apnly McAlllslr Kent or W. J. Coate. No. Montpelier. Vt. SUUli DESIRABLE COTTAGES IN PEST PART OF CJTY FOR SALE OR RENT For im mediate occupancy : McAllister tt Kent. position?). Times. Write Railway, car WANTED First Bros. Inc. class polisher ; FOR SALE Violin, Cremonatone, costing- 1260.00: will sell chear. f taken at once) Canton ' Alex Nadeau, Websterville, Vt. IM' 23li rfip"citir"n. v nkn.. .id vlth brakes, 3S.OO: two cheap driving slelnnn. FOR SALE The E. A. Prlndle house at 85 Keith avenue, corner Bummer St. and Keith svenue. "tt FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 40 acre In Florida: 9 miles from Jacksonville. 9 mile from Atlantic Beach : this was a farm In 1886, not cut over land ; old house and lo bam. 20 to 80 thousand feet hard pine timber, located on St. John' river at Mill Cove, Vi miles to Ocean. 12 mile by river to Jacksonville, small fruits such as trraDea. etc. value 160.00 per acre: no eoulty : a banrain : for particulars address "Owner," 101 Mt. Vernon St.. Boston. Mass. EQUIPPED FARM FOR SALE Cream I r A MTt' I A MM. Cm hm WO''dS for the winter, at Lakeside posUimc one new sled; Lowell McLeod, beminary hu KlCKer Mills. VL VANTED GRANITE CUTTERS AND QUARRYMEN To tali places of th men whoa " merit with this Company expired on March 81st, 1922. and who have refused to resume work on th- AMERICAN PLAN Permanent employment at MILFOKJ), MASS., . KEFNE, N. H, and STONY CREEK. CONN. 44 hours par week. We are paying blsh class Monumental rranlte cutters and carvers. 18. B0 to 810 and first claw qnarrymen H.S0 to 16.40 per oar. Frh man furnished free ISOO.OO LIFE IN. check 8260 a month! health the cause for ,. Workln. conditions at our plants Ick sacrifice: writs for particulars . w ,r, th. W In the Granite Industry. care Times. a ou "Farm FOR bAI-E VlllsRe fa. 80 acres. 4 mile from Montpelier; John F. Benjamin, Barre. Tel. 106-E. tf APPRENTICES WANTED ' To learn the granite euttini trade. Good pay to start and advancement accordlne to Improvement. Full wattes when you can produce a standard day's work. APPLY TO Mllford Pink-Victoria Whit Granite Co., Mllford, Mas. 230t" FOB SALE Second growth wood, delivered anywhere in Websterville or Barre i s'o 10 bead of cattle: B. J. Jerry, Cuter Cor ner,N.E. 'M. 8S6-16. Ml9 FOR S A LE-Toet tl estate. The prop erty known, as the Groton Mfir. Co- Johnson mill and timber lands, (Formerly Johnson' s Hall) situated in Tops ham. 8 miles from Groton railroad station, roo sistina of water power awr?ll. dwelling; house and out buildings, considerable tit laa and pasture land afid standina; hard and soft timber to operate th mill for number of years. Fin orinnrtunity for some one who win live on the property: w invite Inspection ; for particulars call on or address Groton Mfa. Co., Groton, Vt. 229tf MILWAUKEE WELL REPRESENTED Fishing Through Ice Begins, Brattleboro, Dec. 18. With the for mation of ice on the Connecticut riv. er and its tributaries, fishing through 1 lie ice h begun with good results. Large numlers of back bass, northern pike, wall-eyed pike and pickerel are being taken, principally bass and northern pike. Some of the Las weigh four pounds or more and the northern pike all the way up to 12 pounds. The Hunt meadows in the south part of the town are the main fishing ground?, the water which sets bark from the Vernon dam of the Connect icut River Power company being shal low, but good fishing is also found on the Retreat meadow and at the mouth of the West river and Broad brook, a well as along the Connecticut. Tons of good-sized fish are taken from the waters here every winter, nd in preparation for this winter's Ashing two Brattleboro dealers in tuiners have laid in a stock of many i thousands of these small fUli for bait, for which fishermen pay from one to three cent each, according to size. They are kept in running water, and one dealer has built a cement bait house on one of the brook. The shin ers are caught in nets in the autumn Western Athletes Have Enviable Rec ord at Middlebury College. Of the eighteen men winning letters on this year's football varsity at Mid dlebury college, seven are graduates of the same high school, South Division high of Milwaukee, Wis. "E. D." Drost. captain and. star halfback, is one of the number. "Al" Gollnick, captain of last year's eleven, was also a Mil waukee, man. The western invasion started with the class of 1022. Two men from South Division high arrived at Middlebury. Immediately they began to shine In athletic and musical circles. Gollnick started by being tennis champion of the college and worked up as captain of football, president of the Under graduate association, various other mi nor activities such as choir, glee club and varsity debating, and ended by winning Phi Beta Kappa and a Rhodes scholarship. He is now studying in Ox ford. Polratz, the other Milwaukee man in the class of 1922, was captain of track, made .his letter each year In football and was a member of the glee club arid choir. "E. D" Drost, in the class of 1023, was a star halfback, cap tain this past season, has mad hi let ter, in track and is prominent in the glee club and outing club. With the class of 1925 the movement gained impetus. Five westerners en tered. "Kenny" Anderson became class president almost at once. He Is now cheer leader and head roach of the Dramatic club. "Hike" Papke played quarter and Marshall Klevenow end in football, eaeh making their letters in baseball, Klevenow at second and Papke at shortstop. Hollquist made his letter in track last year and in foot ball this fall. "Kbby" Gollnick, kid brother of "Al," landed as pianist in the jazz orchestra. This fall, four more husky brewers entered. All were on the football squad. jnree, lirosowsky, j-.lilert and Jsovotny, made their letters. There is no telling what honors thoy may land before the year is over. J hese Milwaukee bov sure take the palm-olive. H. VARIfEY & SON HAVE HIGH COW IN CENTRAL ORANGE COUNTY COW TESTING ASSOCIATION FOR MONTH ENDING DEC. 7. Fifty-five cows qualified for the honor list, twelve of them producing over 50 pounds of butterfat. The leading cow, a grade Guernsey produced 70.8 pounds. Another grade Guernsey in the same herd was second with a production of IW.3 pounds butterfat in 27', days. A registered Jersey, Clov erlcaf Trixle, owned by A. L. Judd, was third with 814 pounds butterfat to her credit. Graphite Want Higher Producers . Tariff. One of the , firt applications for modification upward of duties under the "flexible" feature of the tariff act is one applying to graphite. The cost of producing graphite, which furnished the topic of lively hearings before both House and Senate committees when the tariff bill was under consideration, will probably be reconsidered before the tariff rornmiasion, says a corres pondent of the Kngineering and Min ing Journal-Press of Xew York. In the new tariff, amorphous graphite was given a duty of 10 per cent, ad talorem; crystaline lump, chip, or dust, 20 per cent! and crystalline Cake, I 1-2 cents per pound. Domestic prodm-ers had asked considerably higher duties. Protection of at fc-p"t 4 cents per pound on the flake was aid to be neceary. L'ndr the flexible section, the maiimtim increase possible, on foreign valuation, would 1 SO per cent, and if granted to the ' maximum this would bring the duties to 15 per rent. 30 per cent, and 2 1-4 cents per pound for the thre rlsssifl. rations. A transfer to the baais cf American valuation, which !n is no. siblc under the sect ion. w ould kae Ibe figures unchanged, but would hate the effect of approximately 'doubling the effective dutv. Farmers' Meeting to Be Held at the Grange Hall, Waterbury Center. The farmers of Waterbury and vi cinity will hold a meeting at the grange hall. Waterbury Center, Dec 20. at 8 p. m. Ralph Klliott, manager of the Addi son County Farmers' exchange, will be present and talk on the marketing of live stock as carried on in Addison count r. IC J. Kirk, the general manager of the Vermont Farmers' Co-operative Livestock Marketing association. Inc., will lie present and tell of the market ing plans of the new association. It is understood that the women of the town will serve refreshments. All farmers are invited- Owner and v ' W""n Lbs. P.O. Lb, name of cow. Brd. Age. fresh. milk. fat. B. V. John Davis, No. 5 ...... G..T. 8. .0-20-22 851 53 S.l John Davis, Josie R.J. 4 9-20-22 823 5.2 42.8 Horace MoxJey, No. 8 ...R.J. 6 9.2!) 22 010 4 5.3 49.3 E. O. Bicknell, G. Ladv R.J. 6 10-17-22 . 9"8 5.2 4!.8 E. O. Bicknell, D. Fansy R. J. 7 10 11-22 1,000 4.3 43.0' E. O. Bicknell, Mary ...R.J. 7 10 2-22 945 6.3 ' 50.1 E. O. Bicknell, Spotty ...G.J. 5 9-27-22 8.51 3.4 45.1 A. St. J. Bicknell, Auntie G.J. 4 0-19-22 t'fil SB 53.8 A. A J. Bicknell, Fannie G.J. 4 10-14 22 708 5.9 41.8 A. & J. Bicknell, Dutca. R,J. 7 , 10 20-22 997 5.8 57.8 A. 4, J. Bicknell, Pansy R.J. 5 9-2(1-22 927 fi. 4H.3 A. 4 J. Bicknell, Prince K.J. 7, 0-6 22 1.006 4.7 47.3 H. Varney & Son, Lizzie G.G. 4 10-4 22 1.025 i.l 2.5 H. Varney A Son, P. 1 G.G. 5 10 0-22 915 fl.4 5S.0 H. Varnry 4 S., Pinkie G.G. 9 11-6-23 1,27ft 5.2 1(6.3 IL Varney & Son, S. F. R.G. 4 10 21-22 872 4 8 41.8 H. Varney A Son, Etta G.G. 5 11-1-22 1,180 v0 70.8 H. Varney A Son, Flossy G.G. 7 ' 10-4 22 1,132 to 50.9 H. Varney A Son, Millie O G. 8 10 4 22 1,342 4.4 59.0 H. Varney A Son, P. 2 G.G. .4 10-16-22 8ii9 5.7 49.5 H. Varney A Son. Daisy G.G. 3 10-5-22 720 5.6 40.3 A. L.' Judd, C. Peggy R.J. 3 8-30-22 1,058 4.4 46.5 A. L. Judd, C. Trixie R.J. 3 10-28 22 1,074 6.0 64.4 A. L. Judd, X. O.'s Arene R. J. 4 9-11-22 803 4 8 41.4 A. U Judd, E. of S. 3d R..T. 9 9-17-22 921 4.6 42.4 A. L. Judd. C. Lass R..J. 6 9-10-22 . 750 5 9 44.2 Glenn Kenison Shirley G.J. 3 10 20 22 738 5.6 41.3 Frank Cushman, Bandy G.H. 6 10 25-22 1.022 4.2 42.9 Frank Cushman, Vet ...R.H. 4 10-21-22 1,223 3.2 .19.1 Frank Cushman, Nellie G.H. 3 10-10-22 1,037 3.9 40.4 J. K. Howe, Father ..G.H. 7 9-10 22 1,22(1 3.7 45.1 J. K. Howe, Ellen ,:...G.II. 6 10 15 22 1,409 3.8 38.3 J. K. Howe, Lady R.H. 3 3 11 22 1,004 3.6 38.3 J. K. Howe, Elsie ..,..G.H. 5 . 9-13 22 1,3H 3.4 " 45.8 J. K. Howe, Daisy G.H. 7 8-11-22 1,354 3.4 46.0 J. K.' Howe, Fmlie .....G.H. 8 10 7 22 1.080 .1.3 35.6 J. K. Howe, Elgia 0.11. 4 8-20-22 ' 1,218 2.8 34.7 J. K. How, Miss Ball G.H. 8 9 1 22 1,156 4 4 50.9 B. Tucker A Son, S. 2d G.J. 5 10-11-22 1,007 3 4 36.3 B. Tue'r. A S., I. of B. F. R. J. - 4 3 23-22 503 8 0 40.2 B. Tucker 4 Son. Vast ia G.J. 8 11-5-22 943 4.6 43.5 B. Tucker A S., F. of B. R. J. 6 9-26-22 912 5.0 45.6 B. Tucker A Son, Clara G.J. 7 x 10-18-22 1.046 4 9 51.2 B. Tucker A Son, Marg. U.T. 7 10-19 22 ' 903 5.4 48.8 Geo. Tutherly, Speck ...G.H. 7 10-31-22 1.165 4.0 40.6 Phil Farnham, Princess G.J. 6 10-20-22 854 4.9 41.8 Phil Farnham, Maggie ..G.J. .1 . 10 1-22 , 857 4.7 ' 40.3 Thil Farnham, Susie ...G.J. 10 28-22 695 3.8 40.3 Clyde Farnham, 1 ...R.H. 10-30-22 1.388 3.0 41.6 Clyde Farnham, 2 ...G.H. 9 20-22, 1.003 3.8 38 1' Clvde Farnham, 4 ...G.H.1 9- -22 1113 4 0 40.5 Clvde Farnham, 18 ...till. 10 22 1.000 3.7 37.2 Carl Moxlev, I. of Bethel R.J. 10 7-22 833 5.5 45.8 Carl Moxley, Q. B. of B. R. J. 10 20 22 790 5.6 44.2 Ernest Young, Gertie ...G.J. 10 11-22 1,043 3.3 36.3 The Small Town.' I am the small town. Years ago I was newer and even big ger than I am to-day. There used to be a sawmill, a chair factory and a place where they made barrels, but : after a while they used all the timber around here and the people who worked in these establishments moved away. Sometimes I get referred to as a vil lage, and when the old boys come back they look at me and sy, "Well, the old place doesn't seem to be going head very much." And I've even heard some men from the cities refer to me a unprogresBive and lacking in enterprise. I sometimes wish I could speak out loud and ask some of these men and some of these cities a few questions. Of(- the men who used to live here I'd isk where they got their training, and their schooling and their good hab its and ideas that made it poxttible for them to go away from me and take the hept positions in the land. Every time I look away at the cities all over the dominion, and away off in the United States, I can see the boys and gfrls I brought up. These cities keep on coming to me and beckoning to the boys I raise, and away they go I've been supplying them with young men and women for years, and yet they turn around and call me unpro- gressive and lacking in enterprise. les, I m jUKt a small town, and I boast not loudly but well, that I've given the best of my life to others. I've dune more for the cities than Uioy have done for me. And I intend to keep right on doing the best I can. I know how to raise boys and girls out in the fields, out in the-open; how to give them simple and honest lives, and how to train them for the great world outside. But once in a while I'd appreciate a kind word and a bit of acknowledg ment. I've done my best, and one doesn't care, after that, to be called unprogressive and backward. A. R. K., in the London Advertiser. riniv snn nn 1 rennlred as first payment on this 0 acre farm In Berlin. Nearly Th twenty acre of practically level tillaire land . in one Dsrcel and about ten acre In an- , ; ; othr ! balance pasror and woodland : sev- . ; en room shinbled side cottage house in good shape; basement barn with leant for rU- GRANITE CUTTERS. QUARRY WORK Jreis,"a.t,eoi8RhF.!D,U:nd cr'e.m t'eam BUS. POLISHERS, TOOL SHARPENERS calls f good water. A nn little one man AND LUMPERS, TAKE NOTICE LABOR farm. Price only M.000.00. Will include TROUBLE IN BARRE. VT., AND VICrNI tools and stock at reasonable pric. ' nv at pufftsTT 45-acr. Plainfield farm. Six mile i f rem II At Htwuil. Barre ; rood nine room house, two barn S productive land. Will keep six or eieht 1 cows and team. nrioe. with tools, at only " 11850.00. Easy terms. 1500.00 down and HELP WANTED FEMALE WOOD FOR SALE Dry four-foot woo 112 per cord, e-raen wool 810. delivered at your door In Montneller citv. This wood Is a our Montpelier farm and is of excellent quality ; M. H. Moody, Tel. 68 aterbury. Vt. Z27US RESTAURANT FOR SALE Good locatton near passenger station ; price cheap for quick sale; for particulars write Box 31. Barton, Vt. 223tl2 Better let us show these to you while th WANTED An assistant to the cook at roads are a-onn. Heaton hospital. Montpelier. " 233tf WANTEr Capable woman to assist In pen era) housework and care of elderly wom an: Mrs. C. b. mike. IV. winter street. Montpelier, Vt 'phone 77-M THREE SLIGHTLY USED PHONOGRAPHS FOR SALE at bsrasin price; also on piano, used only about six weeks; also ens player piano; Lamorey Clothing Co., Barre. Vt. . 19tt WOOD FOR SALE Nor 1 selected old growth body block wood, sa lot cr de livered. Tel. 101-J. I9Hf FOR SALE A preparation for cleaning granit and marbl monument : brightens op the lettering and makes lb whole monu ment look clean and new : fruaranteed ; price on application : James Sullivan, 114 Park street. Barre. Vt. IBtf HOUSES TO RENT FOR RENT Two house, both centrally lo cated and at attractive prices: A. A. 232ti . Boyce. 28 Perl afreet. 32tl TABLE GIRLSW ANTED Apply tn per- TO RENT Fully furnished first-floor spurt- son : Miller's inn, Montpelier. 29tS WANTED Young women to enter Barr City hospital training school to train to become nurses; apply to the superintendent at the hospital. lB7tf ment ; no alrable and FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AH kinds of real estate: farm, all slie fiven nd locations ; village properties, an kino ; tores, feed and ssw mills : cottage st Joe's pond: call and see us : write or telephone vhat you want If you mean b s Iness ; we can anr show you th rood ; price sod terms right. A. R. COLE and P. S. ROGERS, better location ; especially de for first clase tenanta only z writ to "Opportunity," care Barre Times. - ' I82tS TO RENT Tenement ofour furnished rooms. In one of the most central loca tions in Barre; address "M. F. B." cs,re of Time office. 22Ctf TO RENT A S-room tenement : also a i. PAIR OF MEN'S OR LADIES' DRESS OR room tenement: in oulre of Mrs. J. T. WORK SHOES GIVEN IN EVEN EX- Callaahan. 44 Park street. Tel. 174-W. 219tf CHANGE for eowhide; pair baby', shoe -pp,-, f,rf. . -7-r foe n fnk n : 12 styles to rhoose -. . - - V MISCELLANEOUS Agents, Marshfield, Vt. :if Billy vou Twenty-seven and one-half days' record. Below is a list of herds averaging over 30 pound buttcrt'ut for the tame month: Total No. Are. Ave. Name. tow. dry. milk. fat. K. O. Bicknell 0 it KU A. B. 4 J. M. Bicknell 14 f.J! .13 4 H. Varney 4t ton IB :i 721 .'1(1.0 A. L. Judd 15 3 :t). J. K. Howe 12 1 W4 .14.3 Betij. Tucker. Son 17 I ntiS 34 4 Wiltiam Armstrong 8 0 584 ,10.7 We Secure Life Insurance for the individual suited to bis means nd needs. Let us submit a programme No expomte or obligation incurred, un less and until, it is your order. Na tional Life Ins. to. Vt. (Xfutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, 45 State street, Montpelier; O. J. Seager, local agent. Cured Her "I Jim believe a rabbit' f. t nr bmurht luck ?" e, I do. My wife felt nne in mv pnikct orwe nl tbourt it as a nxiue.- Boston Trstr.f t. -lmprovcs with use New $1235 f.o... H. F. CUTLER & SON Opposite Fire Station. Tel. 750. Lawrence D. Smith official tester; Benjamin Tucker, secretary. GRANITE HEIGHTS COW TESTING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR THE MONTH ENDING DEC. 10. A grade .lertey, owned hy Henry Menard lis the highest record in the Granite Heights Cow Test association for month closing Dee. 10: Thirty-two rows qualified for the honor list thi month. The second high cow wit a grade Jersey, owned by S. t'. Pike, with production of 4S.! pounds butterfat. while another grade Jersey, owned by C. II. Bailey, stood close thira witu 4S.I pounds, ibe leading cow produced S3.6 pounds. uwner ana , name of cow. Brd. E. A. Stone, E. Cream R.J. C II. Bailev. Diamond . .1. ('. 11. Bailey, Holstein i.H. C II. Bailey, Brownie t O.J. J. J. Alexander, Tansv O.J. J. J. Alexander, Dori O.J. Henry Menard, 111 O.J. Henry Menard. 15 O.J. A. H. IWi-f, Daisy O.J. ' A. 1L Dodge, Bessie O.J. Mrs. J. F. Henienway, Minnie 2d O.J. Mrs. J. F. Hemenway. Minnie 3d O.J. Mr. J. F. Hemenwar. Litt'.e Abbie O. J. D. II. MacDonald, Liberty OH. I). H. MacDonald, Nettie O H. V. E. Tucker, 20 R. Bisson Brothers. 21 (Ml. E. A. Cutler. Ud V. Tauline . . . .R.H. E. A. Cutler, M. B. Spt R.H. V.. A. Culer, .Tare R.n. Neil Neilsen, Honnie O.J. Ne. Neilaen. Tosy , O.J. Neil Neilen, Sorena J. H. I. Whitcomb, Maggie O O. K. I. Whitcomh. Star ;.H. Fred Lowenr. Floe (. J. T. M. Mekkeisen. 10 fi H. Brown brothers, OH. Brown brother. 9 (i ll. S. C. Pike. 4 C. J. S. C. r.k. U R.J. S. C. T ke. 7 J... Bert hold C. Coburn, c!Ti-ial tester; C. H. Bailey, e-retsry la Hii Broken Way First ' Stude Say, . fellows, Stammer called us monkeys. Second Stude The nut! Did hear him ! F. 8. Yes; he referred to u as his "bsboon companions." Boston Tran script. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ORRIS H. PARKER & CO.. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS. INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS. Montoeller. Vt.. Tel. 82. . Oflir with American Fidelity Co, Until January First. DR. LEWIS D. MARTIN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offle In Room 81. Mile Building Ttlepbon Can Bertie omcr. norm t . m. is m. i u 4 p. m. Koadar. Tswlsr, Tbandsr and Frida from : Gonzalo AJa. 29 Berlin street. Tel 18-M. 80t8 SAWS FILED AH kinds and shapes of saws, called for and delivered : Tel. 441-M. 21 Hia-hland Av- 225tf FURNTURE AND PIANO MOVING John Anderson, 110 So, Main street. Tel. 17-R. Wtf DANCING LESSONS Privat imtrnctioa br appointmer.t ; call at 172 Main street, phone SS4-W ; MsH Quinlae. 189tf TO RFNT Vacuum cleaner Store. 14 Elm street The Blectris 144tt WANTED street: 4 rooms, pantry, bath, sas and electric iiuht : vacant Dec. 1 ; apnly Spauldin; street. 208tf SMALL TENEMENT-TO" RENT Allmod ern conveDiences ; - hot water, ;. bath, wood abed and larfe aarden ; apply Leon L. Cumminss, 84 Merchant street. Barre. 20itf TO RENT Two small modern tenements J one upstairs and one down, 4-rooms eaehi plenty of land for srarden; Inquir of Mrs. R. Q. McDonnell. Tel. 10. lttgtf TO RENT Nov. 1, second story tenement of four rooms, bath and pantry, centrally located: Tel. 764-W. t8Stf HOUSE TORENT At No. 1 RlVer eteeetj Barre, Vt. ; Strong Hardware Co., Burling ton. Vt. 174tf FOUR ROOM TENEMENT TO RENT All newly reoalred jJTel.74-W. ltttt TO RENT- -Five room downstair tenement. with electric light and bath, cellar, barn privileres and good garden ; situated at 14 Clark St, telephone 6S-R or inquire at IMS Howland Bldg. tlotf DR. HOWARD A. DREW OSTEOWATrTTC FTfTSIClAN BLANCHARD BLDQ. Phones I OIBc. 7CS-Wj Easluenc. 70S-P HIGH SCHOOL BOY would like position during Christma vacation ; would be willing to continue working afternoons when school reooens : Tel. 468-M. 2S2t4 , STOCK MONUMENTS Will buy all kinds of finished granit work : send sketches with lowest cash prtre to "Stock." care Harr Tiroes. 231tf HIGHEST CASK PRICES Paid for raw tnr. hv T). N. Hunt. 2H East Stata afreet. I M,,ntlier: . .2S2U0 LOST Female fox hound: black and tan WHITE ASH LOGS WANTED Delivered with white on neck, chest and tall, no on the R. R. Write or call for sDerfflra- collar: reward to finder: Lynn Gray. Plain- iions and price. Frank A. O'Connell. IS field. Orange Co. Tel. 20-14. State St., Montpelier, VL. Tel. ISO. Z301.ll WANTED We are ready to let our pnlp wood to haul : big or small amount : ah price is right: come and look the job over: Strafford 4k Tindale. F. H. Goodridg. man ager. Plainfield. Vt. 227tf . WANTED-Whlte ash logs, delivered at our mill or at Plainfield; Haskell 4t Kwittn. So. Woodbury, Vt. ' V.lgtIV TEL. OPTICS Ht-U. RESIDENCE. U-U COLLECTIONS EDWARD C. DUFFICY LAWYER BOLSTER KtAKt BAKU, TT. NOTARY PUBLIC LOST AND FOUND LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN A 2-yer oiit e-rao Holstein heifer, dehorned, due to f re Ken in trb: ear tag No. S6.S4S : con siderable black on back and sides: csll 135: reward offered. Sir POULTRY AND EGGS HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SA1E 17 hens, 80 pullets and 4 full bhwded whit Wyandotte cockerels; ben and pullets now laving : Mr. A. D. Morri i son. Box is. braniceviiie. i ioio FOR SALE Pair of heavy sleds and work fOR SALE I buff Wyandotte cockerel harnesses: these ars going to be sold very pvi strain, good birds: A. M. Batehel reasonably: A. R. Little, Tel. 8-23. 227tf 28 Fairview street: Tel. 460-M. 2S21! UPSTAIRS AT C0LT0NS Big Team Blankets with llama Leathers tt. &-A Suhle Blanket 82.48 Fur Robe and Fur Coats. ALL ROADS LEAD TO COLTON-S. t State Street Montnelier, Vermont PERRY & N00NAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL Fl'RVISHfN'IS Hoapltal Ambataae Serric Unjdertakers and Licensed Embalmers Depot Rqaar. Bsrre. Tel. eotinertioi. W BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ESTATE OF MARY M. PAY.VK. The endersiimed, having been apooinlc4 by the bnnorsble probate cnirt for the die trk-t of Washington, rommissioners, to rr re . eiemine, and adjust U claims and demands vf ail per-ooe s-t tn.- m uf Mary M Pavne. law of Town of Barre, ia said district, deceased, and at. eutima es hibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the port1'" fortei, t th residence of A W. Tft, SO Wsh IngtAn street, in th City of Barre, In said district on th ISth day of JVbruary and loth day of May ... . . aest. front oelnrk a n... until I o'clock PHYSILIAN AIV V JSUKGEO.N p. rn . net each of sid dara and that ix months from th 20th d of November. A.j . I.. IM. t the time limited by said rred-1 I EAMT M., UAKKK, itors to present their claim to U for x PLEASANT. PROFITABLE, PERMANENT BUSINESS CHANCE offered relUbl rep rewotatives by "The Knight," P. O. Box 85. Rutland. Vt. 2J0t9 FOR 8 ALE A few choice Barred Plymouth . Rock cockerels from one of th best Isj-i in strains, that wil increase the egg rro-l dortion of vour (lock 84. 0 each THE HIGHLANDS. Northfield. Vt. 226tl4 AUTOMOBILES ANNUAL MEETING. C. F. GALE, M. D. FOR SALE Seeind hand Ford touring eari cheap ; for detail call 206-W, Barre. iiltii FOR SALE 1917 Buick touring car; nw4 ly painted ; good condition ; II. F. Cut-4 ler Sm. 23' t:i r- a w w j-ij a tsj- a rr s" v ry a wi- f "Go doaw to CoRon's and buy somcthlnj for th car for Christmas, said be. AJI Roads Iad to Colton's M Sut. Street Montpelier, Vermont The Annual Meeting of the Granite Mu tual Insurance Co. of barr. Vt, sill b held at the Home Office of aid Company, i in the Citv of Barre. Vt.. on Tuesday, Jan luary 2nd. 1023. at Ten 'clock a. m.. for 'the purpose of electing director lor tn tI ir tvCnPfrn'l IV I VTl'lv1 ensuing and th transaction ot any iillliiv mcii biiv.v tl.'l.lll.u aminatton and Itcerance. Pated at Rarr tills 27th da of Novem ber. A D. Ki O. E. Pini.BRICK. ARCHIE W. TAFT. Commissio-rs. Dec4-U-I Lbs. P. a I.h. miik. fat. B. F. ; R02 5.3 42.3 Mxri 48 414.1 1,112 .1.5 40.T f)ii;l 4.11 44 2 j $24 5.3 41.7 5i 41 7 j 4H 4 41 8 ! u:, ,t n .vi.ti j 7M M 40.4 744 4.7 42.4 17 6.2 4-.',5 74 4 4.V0 i H-'7 6 4 447 1.302 3.3 4.V0 1.011 3 4 :i4 4 1.0.I7 ' 3 37.3 ! M.I 4 40 n t 1122 3 4 34 7 1.013 33 3.V3 lfil 33 44.2 732 S7 417 Sfj 4.v : a.il fi.n 41 1.041 3D 407 M't 4 1 - 42 1 ' 7.12 5 5 40 2 i !1H 4 5 4 1. 3 I .U . 3 40 0 : 1.II4 3 7 4U 'l -VI 4 '! eJ-2 5.4' - 44.3 ; r7 6.0 4.1.9 J ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES II Teeth Extracted Without Pain V have a new discovery tnr BiaVuiK fa!se teet? tliat fit tijrt:t by a new suction method, on!r fiS tip. We in not plaster for takin fjppreSHin a th new uc-tioa method i more pleasing and easy for th patient. 22-K fold ctow-b only $5; other dentiitf. ask $13. Fi'Jinrs an beidjewerk fcy (be new inlay method. Price reasoa;. ab!e. Dr. Meagher's Dental Parlors It f esuvai B'jrv a; tern '.sr. t. n--:r: Pi'r S to 5; erenmrs 7 to 8:5; Suadar by ppci;Tiroept THONE 68 other businass. which anay be for said meeting. R. G. ROBINSON, properly ome Secretary. ANNUAL MEETING, One milk Inspector I wanted for the City of Barre. Aonlicant shall give reforenc to th board of health. ANCELO CALDER.' JOHN McLEOD. 2,:tl2 -efreoc AR. I i.'Btia! . . - v . 1 ri r innuai .-. v. ... .ih.x.iw, ... UK W rAl MAW. Jr.'lll P"' National Bank or Knm will Ul. . Jin.lH, U1,,be held at their banking room in the City I of Barre. Vermont, on 1 uesday. January 1 12. at IS ocloca in um. forenoon, for 1 nuroose of electing directors for the ensii year ana m .n.n m j ,,v.iitt uuii rm that may properly com before Mid onset inc- Listed at th City of Barre this th day of Uevember, lt22. W. C. JOHNSON. Jr- Cashier. Dentist Eastman Block Tel. Offic TO M. House 71-M. Office flour I to 1! t. m, 1 te I p. Moadsr and Saturday T U I p. GOULD'S PIANO ROOMS EsUbllshed 1M The Square Deal Place Repeeaeating th follrerlng Pianos Pennine f".mersoej Lanter Mllrnei Est. ls1 Est. 1S47 rt. 1S2 Est. 1SP4 Ask for knok of thonnd referene. Ne. II SDauldl-e- St.. 'Pbc TIX-W BARRK. VT. GAGE & GAGE Chiropractors Currier Block Monrlsy, WerlnelT, Fridsy 7 to S p. ra. Tuesrlay, TTiursJiy. Fsttirdsr i to 3 v. m. Tnnna OtTr fl2-W. ReMnc 324-4 WE ALWAYS HAVE Juet what yew ar lookiBg for la th line f . welry, ieerwBr. it rau. etc. Ale , tstHery. Oar watrk sad dark repair work j O. J. DODGE, the Jeweler i ri.ni TVLr.rr ! sole crvi fow tnmrttx americam t . ; Warninj far Ktetiaf of the Board of , Ciril Aatharity for Abatemeat of ( Tixe t Be Held Dec 22, 1922. t 1 hr. will be a tneelin: of the boarj t,f rittl authority f'r tne shatemrnt of taxes l.e.d in tiie rity rourt room.' city t:a !, n Krular, I4. 11, 1012, st 7 ' - W p. n. J:i c 5n.art. 1 v i r'k. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of th stockholder of th Barr Trust Co. of Karre will be reid at their banking rooms in the City of Barre. Vermont, on Taeadav, January I, at 2 o'rlnck n th afternoon, for the tmlr prae t-f electing directors for the ensuing year and the transaction of any uther business that may properly com before said meeting. Deter at th City of Barr thi 11th day of brcrmber. Wll. M. B. CLARK. Cleric. Derll-l-2-.'enI-. I Saw Wood with a new Draar Saw at $99.00 or a new Circular Saw at S37.00 or both for $130.00. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. Tel. Orang Co. TL LIBERATION NOTICE. I hav given my eon. Earl F. Fm-ter. the r main I ' of bra minority and will claim none h rminr cr pay any nt bills cn and after this date. OEOC.RE W. rORTEIL Dee. II. 122. Marshneid. Vfc. la Closing Out Sale of entire stock of all Footwear at cost price No. 1 Pearl Street. BATTERY STORAGE Winter ia coir.insr and your battery ia a delicate part of your utomobile. Let ourvexperts look after it an be ure of a hot spark RrJ snappy starter next sj'r.rj; Prices on request. f I Kelly & Nelscn Main Street Gnrae. Sen ice and SalisfactJoa Tl.-t.e 771.