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l'MlMO""r WATCHMAV & STATE JOURNAL, TIIURSDW DHCEMBEK 8, '510.
TAKE 0PT1MISTIC VIEW
JUDGE BUTLER PRESIDES STEIiL LEADS DECLINE WORK ON COUNTY ROADS
yekmoht merchatits expect
good trade durlng holt.
Snoirfnll Hclps, Buslness und SUmu
latcB Derannd For Footweur nt Both
ItotAll nnd WhoIcsnl Knlt Goods
Mannfncturcrs HnTO Some Ordcrs
For 1911 Fnllurcs For tlte lYcck.
Roporta to Bradstrcot's for tho
wcolc Bhow an optimlstlc viow ro
gardlng hollday trado ln Vermont.
Stocks thls year aro practlcally all
now goods as domand for tho soaeon
last ycar cleaned up nearly all of tho
stock thcn on hand. Somo hollday
purchascs havo bccn madc. Retall
merchaHts stock are ln good shape
and tho attltudo of the buylng publlc
Tho fall of snow durlng tho week
holpcd itrado and a inoro brisk de
mand for footwear ls rcported not
only by retall miorchants but by tho
wholcealo trado as well.
Reports from mannfacturers and
dealors ln maplo sugnr apparatus
noto demand so far this ycar tliat
comparcs favorably with that of a
ycar ago, (wlth collectlons falrly
Manufacturers of knlt goods stato
that somo new buslness has como ln
for 1911 dellvcry Ibut work has not
progrcssed far enough to dotcnnlno
Xully tho attltudo of tho market.
Tho unsettled qucstlou of wool
priccs lt ls statod causes uncortainty
and a hesltation about buylng ln
large quantities for futuro dellvery.
Macbino manufacturero aro falrly
well cmployed; ln somo llnes, how
over, now buslness ls slow. Clothing
and dry goods retall merchants con
eidor the outlook favorablo and rc
port present buslness fully up to pe
rlotl for season of year. Manufactur
era of stcreoscopes report a largo in
crcaso ln demand over that of a year
ngo. Manufacturers of chairs for ex
port and domestlc trado report plants
employed to capacity and outlook
good for future.
In eummarizlng condltlon gcneral
ly for tho anonth of November they
comparc well wlth samo pcriod of a
year ago, wlth outlook for Immedlate
futuro moro favorable.
Failuro reports for November thls
year lncluded ono receivership and
fivc voluntary bankruptcies wlth lia
bllltles of $7,283.81 and assets of $4.
030.57. Thls was ono morc fallure
than for month of Octolwr. November
1009, Tccorded only two fallures,
bankruptcies, but total amount invol
ved was soven tlmes greater than for
Novembor of thls year. Fallure caus
es for past month -aro attrlbuted only
to lack of attentlveness ln all cases
Fire reports for the month jU3t
closed glve nlne flres affectlng cloven
peoplo, wlth total damago of $41,000.
Thls glves a greater amount of dam
age by nearly $10,000 than was re
ported as having 'been sustalned from
the thirteen firos that occurred ln
November of last year 'recorded
elght flres affectlng ntno people or
flrms wlth damage of $7,800.
Four domestlc corporatlons were
chartered under the general laws of
the Stato for November of thls year,
givlng an aggrogate capltalization of
$32,000. Octo'ier of thls year gave ono
corporation whilo November of 1009
recorded five wlth total capital of
rjfws siiot nx.
.lohii W Abhott Blows Off Top of
His Hcad at West Bnrui't.
West Barnet, Dec. 0. .Tohn AV Ab
hott. PRed 52 y'ars, commlttod sui
cidp bcro Sunday nrcrning by blow
inc; c,F tho top of hls head wlth a shot
gun. Depression losulting from ex
Ivo dri'ikinr is given rs the cause.
libott was employed as a farm hand
by Mr?. .losenh Brock and was un
married. Sherirf Worthen, a doputy,
the nclfctmen and tho town phyHielan
wero called and pronounced it mil
cido. 15lg Sliow f Cr'vhard Proilucts.
IlnncnpollK. Wu.a.. Dec. 0. The
p'SFlbilltiea of fruit-growlng in this
sectiou of the country are strikingly
illustiated ia a great display of or
ohard and gardeh products, whlch
openH ln Miimenpolls today in con
junetion wlth the 44th aununl nie't
Ing of tho Minne.-ota State Horticul
tural Society. Ir.cludrd ln the display
are niony choire exhlblts of fruitn
grown ln MlninMolr.. northcrn lowa,
western Wlscnna.n, North and South
Dakota and Manitolia.
I'onfer vn Forcst Fircs.
St. Paul, Mlnn., Dec. C Forostry
officlalu of Mlnnesota, Wisconsin and
Michlgnn, togethcr wlth represonta
tlves of the rallroads, lumbor com
panies and other industrles of tho
thrco States, asaombled for a three
days' conferenco in this city today to
formulnte jilans for the proventlon of
futuro destructlon of llfe and propor
ty by forest flres.
Wo aroonabled toofforour natronsnwhls
koy of o.xcoptlonal quallty bfcuuso wo doal
dli-ect wltli you -no inlddk'mon's prollt.
WE GUARANTEE THAT STAG
WHISKEY WILL PLEASE YOU
H HO OOOD, ITS ONLY COMPICTITORS ARE WIUSKIF.S
T1NO YOU MUC'II MORE IN PHK'H, YKT STAG WHIHKEY
4 Full Quarts $3 prS
li.'- it a tri.il. If not ntfsfacinrr, rftuni at once at our eipeme and we wlll rfum
H Urqiitinti vHli an ncfptlonal vlut. Keailtlanco t -
r' i,i, ut uro nnaicgntcr your Jetter . wri e
li .n. u:m r.t.il.ll.li.,1 ln 1 77S ulilrli l. limlf
iv W-rtlhi rn.ri.i ?ati.nal i 'ly H.ink, IInover Sailuiul llanlt, Uun or llradilrctt' AKeui'et,
h a fi,; ii... ...... r.? n Betwi! omim nj, Yi.rr C.uv
; l. .14. Jli!,'.. VJ .41. I f acUL
l Jifirrr:re:aur canaan
DECEMBEIt TERM OF CALEDONIA
COIWTY COURT OPENS AT
Mnny Attorneys ln Attcndnticc WIicii
Docket ls CnllcdV About Sercnty.
FIvo Cnscs ontlnucd to Xext
Tcrm nnd nn Erjnnl Numbcr As
slgncd For Trial. Jlotlon.s Argucd.
(Speclal to Tho Journal.)
St. Johnsbury, Dec. G. Tho De
ccmber tcrm of Caledonia court opon
ed thls forcnoon at 10 o'clock. Judge
Fred M. HJutler of Rutland Ib prc
eldlng. Ono change was mado ln
tho asalstant Judges of tho county at
tho blennlal clcctlon. Judgc J.
Frank Rugglee of Durko wcnt out of
offlco and was succcedwl as sonlor
Judgo by Junlor Judgo Frank
1'ago of Groton. Ellsha W. Brown of
Waterford, was tho nowly olectcd
Owing to tho lllncsa durlng tlic
summer of (Miss Mary Nelson tho of
flco of court reportor was fllled by
Jllss Ilelen Sherldan of Rutlanvl.
Anothcr chango as a result of clcc
tlon was tho new head of tho sher
irt's doparUnent Wllbert H. Wor
then succeedcd Georgo F. Wlnch of
Mclndoo Falls. Sovoral changcs wcro
mado among the dcputles, although
many who scrved under Mr.' Wlnch
werc reappolnted by Shorlff Wor
then. Qlr. Wlnch hlmfiolf wlll re
cclvo a commlsslon as deputy.
On tho comlng ln of tho court Rcv.
Poter Black of tho Orace Methodlst
church offcred praycr and proclama-
tlon was mado by Shorlff Worthen.
A. large number of attorneys worc
present to look after thelr cases
whlch wcro brouglit as usual on tho
flrot day of tho tcrm by reading the
Among tho non-rcsldent attorneys
present werc E. E. Smlth and Fred
Wright of IWoodsvllle Cook & Nor
ton and J. T. Glcason of Lyndon
ville, Georgo L. Hunt of Island Pond.
Melvln G. Morse and Bernard J.
Mulcaliy of Hardwick.
liocal attorneys were present wlth
tho exceptlon of Davld E. Porter who
ls ln tho Scnato and Slmonds &
Searlee. 01 r. Scarles ls 111 and un
ablo to be out and 3Ir. Slmonds was
ln Windsor county on buslness for
As tho civll docket now stands
about 75 cases were contluued untll
next term and nearly as inany sct
for trial elther by tho court or by
jury. Ycry few cases -woro cntered
"settled and dlscontlnucd."
Sevcral motions to amcnd or to
continue were argued and as yet aro
not dlsposed of.
The most important ono ls the
motlon argued hy May and Hunt for
plalntiff and Howe & Hovey for the
defondant ln the case of Leo vs.
Follcnsby & Peck. Decislon is
wlthhold for the preeont.
Uclicwd to Intend Coiisidrriinr the
Uniled Slales Sonatorshlii.
Colombus, O., Dec. 0. Osteuslbly to
mup out a legislativo program, but in
roility, lt is believed, to discuss the
situatlon ln reganl to the Unlted
States senatorship. many of tho Dom
ocratic membevs of the next Legisla
ture and otlier of the party lcadors
throughout tho State rounded up in
Columbus today. Tho conferenco is
called for tomorrow. When tho do-Uboi-ations
of the party leaders aro
concluded it is .expected that it will
bo possible to form a moro deflnito
Idoa thnn nt present aR to the rolative
titrength of the sevcral Democrats who
aspire to succced Charles Dick in tho
Unlted States Sonale not March. Tho
names of Lieut.-Gov.-Elect Atleo I'oni
erene, of Canton, and Edward W. llan
ley, of Dayton, contlnuo to bo most
freriuently inontioned in oonnection
wlth tbo Senatorship. But tho pres
cnce in Columbus reccntly of an emls
aary from Washington is taken as an
indlcatlou that John R. McLean, tho
Ctnclnnati edltor, has not rellnqulsh
ert hla long-nourished ambition to
wear the toga and that ho will be in
the flght in earnest when tho I.egls-
laturo mects next month if ho thinks
ithero is a possiblo chance for him to
Trlbute to 3IosJy.
New Haven, Ct., Dec. C Col. John
S. Mosby, tho fnmous Confedernte
(i03itt ar.d cavalry leadcr, received an
orlthusiastlc welcamo upon hls arrival
in New Mavpu today to attend a pub-
ilic veceptlon arranged in his honor.
Tho occaslon Ib tho 77th blrthday an
nlvcrsnry of Col. Mosby, who was born
in Virglriia, Dec. 6, 1833.
Contrrnt,!tl;ited on lllrtlidiiy.
Sprlngfleld, S. D., Dec. C The ven
erablo Dr. Alfred L. Riggs, prlnelpal
of tho Santeo Nornial Tralnlng tchool
and who ls famous for his miBslonnry
work among tho Indlnns, received
many congratulations today on tho oc-
jcaBlon bf hls 73rd blrthday annlvor
houlcl be rrmlc lv expren or pontal ordr (11 hll5
mr our uoouei, givius ui'icr equan mrMutc
1. n iiilflclent reconimendatlon nf our retpnnil.
Uli r.ml Ll.rl -IIT ,v
RUMOH OF PARTIAL SHUT DOW.Y
STARTS ItEAVl' SELLING
AT XEVT YOHK.
Story Dculed By OfflccrK of Slccl
CorporaiJon Aftor Kiirkct CIoncs.
Prcsldcnt Taft's 'istutcntcnt In -Mcs-sngc
About Corporntlon LeHrlln
tlon JlnkcH F(iTrablc Imprcsslon.
New York, Dec. G. Heavy selllng
of Unlted Stateo Stoel nhares based
upon rumors that werc offlcially
dunled after tho cloae of tradlng that
the cornpany -would soon annotincc
a partlnl shutdown at somo of lts
plants becauso of tho poor buslness
outlook, caused a general unsettlc
mcnt of prlces ln today'e istock anar
Itot Tho imovoment wns of falrly large
proportlons and ln nutncrous In
stances brought stocks down to the
lowest levcl recorded ln somo weeks,
The movement bogan ln the after
noon some tlme after tho publlcation
ot th Presldcnt's meesage whlch was
in no eenso a factor.
Indecd, conservatlve Wall Street
seemcd dlsposed to extraet much
comfort from tho cMcf executive'B
reconimendatlon particularly his
plea that no leglslullon deallng wlth
further regulatlon or (ltrol of the
corporatlons be enacted pcndlng a
further test of exlstlng laws, whlle
hls cfforts at lucrcased economy ln
tho conduct of govcrnmcntal affalrs
came in for much favorable criti
clsm. Durlng the carly part of the stock
market sesslon tho llst moved aim
lessly -wlthln fractlonal llmlts, savo
in tho caso of the old Gould group,
whlch dlsplayed a rencwal of last
In tho carly tradlng tho local trac
tion stocks reflccted the later de
velopmente in tlio transportation sit
uatlon, but tho advanccs then re
corded were wlped out ln tho later
attack upon the general list. Viowed
impartlally, however, tho proposltlon
now before the publlc service com
mlsslon is belloved to be the most
advantageous to tho city yet eub
mltted. Umisually large numbers of rail
way reports, many of them from the
most Important llnes were received
todny and ln no essentlal dld they
dlffer from the adverso exhlblts re
cently made. ln sonm Instances
lower gross as well as nct earnlngs
The bona market was easy, wlth
total salcs par valuc $2,210,000.
.M'lIUGH IX I.EAD.
Seoms Favorilc For Appolntmeut
U. S. Suitrdiie Bench.
Washington, Dec. 0. W. D. Mc
' Hugh of Omaha, Neb., seems to havo
the inslde track in the race for nsso
eiate Justlce of the Suprenie court of
closo personal fricnd of President
tho Unlted States according to a
jiuUre of the olghth clrcult
the backiug of the ntandpntiers in
Kjiisas, has hecn elimlnated, follow
ing the coiiforence of the Insurgent
mpmhers of Congress, as war, Senator
Snthorland of Utah.
ru ie otin ofnniHai mit
for .li-stiee WillHm S. Gummoro 0f ! the towns received a share or tho au
Now Jci-Bey for chief justlce. He bc-jtomobilo fund and a sharo of the $i j,
lives the argumont that ho cr.mes from j 000 special aid fiuul.
a Stato which fosters trusts and coni-
blnatioiiH ir. no good rcason why he 1 THEFT OF 11EEF.
should not be appointed. Ilo still be -
lteves that Justlce Clummore would
mako an excellent and progrrssi'o
chlct' justlce. ,
Hciiieopiilhir Physlcliius -Ueel.
Jaeksonvlllo, Fln.. Dce. G. Ilonic
opathlc uhyHicians from all over the j
South to tho number of over 200 and.
of tho country aro in Jacksonville at-
toiuung tno annuiu
convention of the
Southorn Homeopathlc Modical Asso-
ciation, whlch oponed today wlth ,
hcaduuaters at the Windsor Hotel.
The sessions will contlnuo over Wed-i
nestjay and Thui sday and many toplcs j
cl" natlonal Importanco are Bcheduled
for dlscussiou. Tho president of tho '
associatlon is Dr. W. A. Bolcs of Know-
villo and tho sccretary, Dr. J. D.
Crebbin of Now Orleans. '
Washington, D. C, Dec. C Repre
sentatlves of German socletlcs in all
parts of tho country aro In Washing
ton to attend the unveillng tomorrow
of tho henoic bronze statue of Baron
von Steubon erected ln I-ofayetto
Squnre. Tho unveillng is to be mado
tho occaslon for one of tho most
splendld lnllltary nnd eivlc demonstrn
tlon3 that tlio natlonal capltnl has
,-een in nntny ycara.
DiiuglitcrN of Confcdcrncy.
Marlin, Tox Dec. 6. Mnrlln is cn
tertalnlng for threo days, the 15th nn
mial convontton of tho Toxna dlvislon
of tho Unlted Daughters of tho Con
rederacy. Every local chapter of tho
organization ln Toxas was reprpsent
ed when the proccedings of tlio con
vention began thls inornlng.
On niaiillcs (snd Corrcetlons.
LouIbvIHp. Kj'., Dec. C Tho nnnunl
meeting cf tho Kentucky Conferenco
of C'luirltles and CorrectlonB was op
oned ln I.oulsvlllo today wlth addresa
cd by Jllss Mary BryBon of U16 Ag
soclated Charlties of Covington, Ky
and Mra. R. P. Ilalleck, of Louisvillo,
Tho ses'slon will contlnuo thrmigh
Gnnd ItondK ronttress Meets. 1
IndlnnupollB, lnd Dec. C Dolegates
from Canada ns well nB all parts of
tho- Unitod States woro present today
nt tho opcnlng of tbo annual scbbIoh
of tho Amerlean Good Roads CongreaB
ln thls City. -Moro than 100 Hpeakors,
mnny of them of wldo reputntlon. aro
to bo hcard durlng the ttiroo dayB' scb-ion.
(H)MMIKSIONEK CUlMUElt SAYS
MirCII IS ACfO.VPLI.SIIEI)
Tolal Sum Expcndcd nurlng Ycar In
Washington Counly Is Hctvfccn
$25,000 and $3000 ElcTcn aiJIcs
Of Stalo lllglnvny llullt An In
croaNO Orcr PrcTlous Ycar.
County Highway Conunlsslonor R.
S. Currior of Barro was in thls cltr
yesterday for tho purposo of going
over mnttcrs relating to highwayu
throughout tho country. Tho amount
expended on tho highways ln Wash
ington county durlng tho past ycar
was betwcen $25,000 and $30,000.
Durlng. tho past oeason thoro has
been 'constructed under tho dlrcctlon
of Commlssloncr Currior a trlflo over
11 mlles of State highway. Tho work
conslstcd of 55 dlffcrcnt pleces of
road and was a sllght Incrcaso over
tho total mllcago ot road constructed
tho provious ycar, whlch was 10.7C
mlles. Tho anost cxpcnslvo plcco of
road constructed durlng tho past eea
son was tho 200 rods ln tho City of
Barro on tho road bctwecn Mont
pelier and that city, whlch "was bullt
at a cost of $2,500.
It ls plauned to bulld consldcrablo
road ln Berlin near tho Dodgo brldge,
whlch is on a part of tho main road
between thls city and 'Barro next
Tho City of Montpelier bullt moro
State road durlng tho soaeon than
any other town or village, tho total
belng ono and one-third mlles, the
cost "belng eomethlng ovor $2,257.43,
the actual amount not bcing known
as the clalms are not all in yet.
Cammtsflioner Currler ls well satls
flcd wlth the amount of road built
and said much moro would be dono
If funds werc available. However,
the tax ralsed for road purposes ln
Washington county is abovo the av
erago and he eays tho varlous towns
cannot bo cxpected to do moro than
they havo been dolng ln the past.
There are only two towns in tbe
county, Plainfield and Waitsfield,
that aro not ralsing morc monoy for
tlio malntenance of highways than
tho law renuires, whlch ls 20 cente
on the dollar for ordinary road main- ,
tenance, which does not include the 1
constructlon of State road, and there
are six out of tho 20 towns and ln- i
corporated viljages and cities that are
i-aislng 50 cents on tho dollar more
for road malntenance than the law
I Accordinc to tho law 5 ner cent of
the State grand llst of tho varlous
! towns and villages Is to be used for
the bulldlng of State road and this
sum in Washington county last ycar
' ainountcd to $8,940.10. In addition to
; thls 5 per cent the towns or villages
,can votc from $100 to $500 to be used
'for tho constructlon of Stato road
iand thls amount wlll be doubled by
I the State. Sevcn of tho 20 voted $500
! and the total amount voted in addi
tion to the 5 per cent was $C,3C4 and
thls was doubled by the State, maklng
" i-uvui m u
Berlin anil iioxnury, uu noi ioip au- Attorney John 'II. Senter and Ex
ditlonal money asido from the 5 pcr .state's Attorney Gates appeared for
cent received from tho State grand i st..t0s Attornov J. Ward Carver. who
ln addttlon to tho two suni3
i tloiied. whlch aiiiount to $15,04.10,
on Which John lt. lion
Arrcstcd at Brock'on.
Brocktoii, Dec. C John B. Iloroof
fi7 Thatchcr st, 'for nlno years, up to
two weeks ago, an omployo or the
Nelson Morris cornpany, was arrcsted
yesterday by Inspoctor James H.
quarters or heef. Com-
mado by Burton Stowart, 1
nianager of the Morris
t. . .
' 'The bcef, lt ls alleged, was taken I "
from a frelght cat at Montello. Hore
had worked for tlio cornpany at Law
rence and Haverhlll, lt is said.
Mccliiinlnil Fnnlneers Mecl.
New York, Dec. C Dlstlnguished !
engineoring experts from many polnts '
'In tho Unlted States nnd Cannda havo i
'assombled In tho metropolis for thej
aunual meeting of tho Amorican So-
lcicty of Mechanical Englnccrs, whlch
i i.i. ..t .ui, !. ,tRoom
'...1-1 ... T . i,
uuuii'sb ui i-i t'siuuui. (Ji'orge wesuiig
liouse. The sessions wlll contlnuo
two days, during which timo there
wlll bo papors nnd dlscusslona deal
lng with a wlde rnngo of technlcal
questions of Interest to the englneer
; Tho Alliimce Sale.
Tho estry of tlio Church of the Mes-
slah ls in trlm for tho sale begln
( niiig at 11 o'clock today and contlnu
' ing tomorrow wlth ' ontortnlnment
Iboth evenings and dinner today con
cludlng tomorrow wlth suppor fol-
l lowed by a program, Tho ladles of ,
I thla church havo a reputatlon ror do-1
Ing such thlngs exceeding well.
Journal want ads. pay.
THE SIIELLEY TUNGSTEX
Reduces your eloetrlc llght blll. TIiIbI
Is a good timo to havo your eloetrlc
llGht wlres looked over, beforo the I
long wlnter nlghtB nrrlve.
W. L. LAWRENCE,
11 East Stnto St.
Opp. Ynttor Shoe Shop. Tel. 2C-2
man grade pianos
nt Lowest. Priccs
BAILEY MUSIO ROOMS
II. J. Laltoo 14 Elm Street
S M. WOIUOrAN, M. D., OcnIIst
Blanrlinrd Opcrn Houso Block
Appolntments can bo inado for os
amlnatlon of eycs for glasses,
Copyri-hl llan s.clutTnf
SHENE RELEASED'ON BAIL
.TOIIX 3T. SULLIVAX BEC03TES UIS
StrilETY IX THE SUM
He Is Accuscd of Sclllug Hnrnesses I
on Which C. V. Kent Hnd n Mort- I
giife'P. It Is Undcrstood He Wlll i
Makc a Scttlcnicnt and Case Wlll
Clifford E. Shene of Northfield
was arraigned before Judgo Harvey
city court yesterday on a charge
of dlsposlng of harsesaes on whlch a
mortgage is hold by C. V. Kent of
thls city. The case was" contlaued
for two tweelcs.
was rcprenented ln court by
ls engaged eleewhcre.
Tho accuscd man gavo ball ln the
sum of $200, John M. Sullivan of
Roxbury, liDConilng his surety.
'" He liad been lockcd up in the
county jail slnco last Saturday when
ho was brought back by Shcrlff
Tracy. It ls undcrstood that Shene
Intcnds to settle tho case in which
isjhu is alleged to have acted lllegally,
jand if he does eo prosecutlon wlll be
; Business Director
MTLEAGE ROOKS HEXTEI).
WALTEH C. WASHHDRX,
uvreiico IJIock Phono 105-12
Itcntcd, Ilouglit nnd Sold
H. A. BOWMAN,
Stato Strcct, Montpelier, Yt.
DR. HAJJSOX, OCDLIST,
Enr, Xosc and Throat.
FRED E. GLEASOK,
Attorney nt law.
Langdon Bldgr Montpelier.
DR. W. K. MACKAY
Offlcc, Sulto 10, Howlnna Block
Offlce houra: 8:30 a. m. to 12 in.
and 1:30 to 5 p. m. Tol. 102-11. S29-tf
THE UtflON HOUSE,
So. Main Street, Bnrro, YL
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Rogers.
Boarders by tho day or week. Cara
pass tho door ovory half hour
Hoine For Clirlstmas
Tho Anchor LIno. Fa
vorlte Stcamship "It
alla" wlll sail for
Palenno and Naples
Dec. Sth. For tick
ets.sVlUng aists nnd
resorvations apply to
Agont, 11-12 Lawrenco
nrnr 17 ViI f T 5 X M
ivvr . r. 1V1 KJ XV XV 1 n
Elocutlon, Drainntlc Art,
Yolce nnd Pliyslcnl Culturc
Tliursiluy's Hours: 0 n. 111. 5 p. 111.
W. E. CONNER, Yctorlnnry
18 St, Tnul Street.
N. E. Phono ,88-Ij.
BLOCK AND CIRCLE WOOD.
Clmlr Wood nnd Klndllngs.
TA1T & UDI.LIj,
f!or. Mnin nnd Unrro Sts. Plione 201-B
'JpHERE aro so many differeiit idoas among
good Clothcs wenrcrs as to what Uiey
want in an ovcrcoat, that wo have to havo a
good many different models to sali'sfy all of
Mart Schaff irifer &
makc cnough difforent stylcs to satisfy any
possible demand ; if you have some special
fancy in color or pattern or cut we will agree
to supply it. Just let us know.
New colors and weaves; some very rich
browns, and soft grays; new models Chcsler
field, Raglan, box, button-through or fly
fronts; ulsterettes, raincoats, auto ooats;
dress overcoata; they'rc all hcre.
H. S. & M. Suits $18 to $30
H. S. & M. OvRicoats $18 to $35
Other makes, Suits $10 to $25
Other makes, Overcoats $10 to $25
Fur Coats for Sale and to Rent.
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"Strange, but true"
are the words they
say after a visit to
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Remember your prospect of today may bo your fortuno tomorrow lt
properly handled. If you aro in doubt about your investment consult PROF.
MELTON and learn what the result wlll be, whoso years of experience,
natural aptltudo and gifts mako his work iuvaluable. Ho advertlses nc
thlng but what he can do, and hls fees aro wlthln tho reach of all. Cou
stantly consulted by business men, awyers, doctors, and, in fact, profeB
sional men of all kiuds, as well as persons ln all walks of llfe, on mattera
of love, marriago contemplatlons, business speculatlon, lawsults, or, in fact,
anything of a personal naturo.
Consult the man whoso reputatlon ls great and clean and you wlll
havo nothing to regrct on tho morrow.
COXCERNIXG BUSIXESS AFFAIRS
He glves dates, facts and flgures, roliable and Important advice and
lnformatlon on all matters of interest in business transactions, lawsuiti,
contested wllls, llfe insuranca, damages, suits, dlvorces, deeds, mort
gago clalms, collectlons, speculatlons, adventures and all flnanciai dlf
flculties. Truly predlcts tho success or failuro of new Inventions pat
ents, pcndlng penslon clalms, etc, tells whether you will recelve fair
dealings with partners. If you care to know what buslness you will
follow to bo successful, whore you shall go and whom to avold If you
intend to mako any changes or start buslness, buy or sell property, or
ln fact, take any Important step, don't fall to consult PROF. MELTON.
His advice may be tho mcans of saving you thousands of dollars and a
great deal of troublc.
Reading's50cand$L Hours 10a. m.to 9 p.m. Place, 6 Barre St.
wepay 496 Bnteresf
Cornpounded Twice Yearly
i MOIUTPELIEH iTiolli
Capital Stock - - - $i-.nn.oo
Surplus and Undivided
toDepositors - - $300,000.00
Taxes on Deposits Up to Any Amount
Faid by This Bank.
Our Savings Department
is intended to scrve all chjsses. We rccoivo
deposits for any amount ahove ono dollar
and pay 4 Interest compounding senii
annually, and all taxes.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FRANK M. CORRY, President. F. A. Dwinell, Vice President.
A. G. Baton, Casbler. J. II . Kolleher, Asst Cashler.
Barre's Leading Clothiers
66-1. 122 North Main Street, Barre