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llm Rooord of Q7 Years
1. Since it began business in 1843, The
Mutual Life Insurance Company of New
Has paid to policyholders
Has accumulated for pol
icyholders 558,020,106.97
Total benefits to policy
holders aggregate $1,449,432,371.35
In 67 years it has received -from
policyholders 1,304,251,458.55
The excess of benefits to
policyholders is $145,180,912.80
2. That is to say, in the 67 years of
its existence The Mutual Lite has paid to
policyholders, and has accumulated for
f)olicyholders. more than $145,000,000
n excess of all that it has received from
policyholders. The gain has, of course,
accrued chiefly from earnings on invested
funds. ,
3. During its career its total payments
to policyholders have exceeded those of
any other company bv over $185,000,
000. 4. Since organization the Company
has paid in cash dividends to policyhold
ers the sum Of $141,877,500.96. This ia
greater than any other company has
paid in. dividends by more, than
Assistant Manager
84 Main St. St. Johnsbury, Vt.
William Oliver Has Sold His Farm
Town Gossip.
William Oliver has sold his farm
west of the village to Mr. and Mrs.
William Crofton of St. Johnsbury.
Mrs. R. M. Lawrence of Water
ford was in town Sunday a guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pease.
Jacob Richardson has sold his
farm to his son, Fred E. Richard
son, of Littleton, N. H.
Mrs. Thomas Hunter, Arthur Wil
liamson and Dennis Stanley returned
last week from Old Orchard, Me.,
where they have spent the summer.
Mrs. Augusta Davis went last
Tuesday to East St. Johnsbury to as
sist in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Chase.
Miss Pearl Lunnie of Jay is board
ing at Stepnen Haviland's and at
tending the Essex county grammar
school. Ray Cutting of Waterford
is also attending school -here.
Mrs. Carleton Kinne - of Barre
and Mrs. Ellen Bennett of St. Johns
bury were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.
H. Morton part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Lee have re
turned from their wedding trip and
commenced housekeeping in the
newly finished tenement over Mr.
Lee's store.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newton of
Somerville, Mass., were guests oij
Mr. and Mrs. Libby Davis part of
last week.
Charles Powers of Island Pond
called on friends here Thursday and
Miss Grace Braley of Hartford,
who is attending St. Johnsbury acad
emy, spent Saturday and Sunday at
the home of her uncle, F. M. Cob
leigh. Miss Amy Strong, who has spent
the summer at Randolph, N. H., is
spending two weeks with Mrs. Alby
Mrs. Albert Currier is. entertain
ing her sister Miss Mabel Bout
well. Mr. and Mrs. John McLean spent
Sunday at Alec Kerr's.
Mrs. Lena Nichols of St. Johns
bury is stopping at Alby Gray's.
Henry Randall attended Barton
fair last week.
Mrs. Emma Quimby, Mrs. Hattie
Richards, Mrs. G. W. Maynard, Al
bert Dodge and Mrs. Margaret Bailey
were visitors in St. Johnsbury last
Mrs. Helen Burroughs and Mrs.
Alice Newhall were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Chandler Walter In Kirby
part of last week.
John Bruno has sold his place to
Joseph Forrest.
Judge Herbert W. Blake of Island
Pond was in town Thursday on busi
ness. Miss Lou Hastings of Concord, N.
H., visited friends in town the past
week. .
Mr. and Mrs. Cassius McGregor
are entertaining Mr. and Airs. Paul
McGregor and three children of
Pittsfield, Mass.
Mrs. Harry Hutchinson and son,
Floyd, are visiting friends at Alton
Bay, N. H., and Auburndale, Mass.
Mrs. Lafayette Hastings visited
her daughter, Mrs. Rupert Cutting,
in Waterford last week.
Mrs. Emma Quimby and Mrs.
Minnie Seavey went Monday to Fitz
dale, where they have charge of the
boarding house.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pease spent
Sunday in town.
Am fine1 thA expats this wppk at
Green Mountain Hall are, Mrs. C.
J. Emery and Miss Helen Emory of
Biddeford, Me.; Miss Grace Chese
brough, Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Dene
Pettis, Toronto, Canada; Mrs. Eben
Miltimore, Scotts Moore, P. Q.; Miss
Lillian Gouldstone, Boston.
The time of the Y. P. S. C. E.
Sunday evening service at the Uni
versalist church has been changed
from 7.30 until 7 o'clock.
Mrs. H. A. Joslyn was quite ill the
last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gray of St.
Johnsbury were at Alby Gray's Sun
day. AflimiGFEET Si52
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Miss Marion Huse, who recently
underwent an operation for appen
dicitis, was able to leave the hos
pital last Friday and is stopping
with Mrs. Henrietta Goodall at St.
Mrs. Charles Ross of St. Johns
bury was a recent guest of Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Carpenter.
William Houston, who works atr
North Woodstock, N. H., is spend
ing some time at his home here on
account of an injury received while
at his work.
Mrs. Caroline Chase and daughter.
Miss Eva Chase of Portland, Me.,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emery
Adams last week Monday. Mrs.
Chase was a resident ofthis, place
about 40 years ago. -
As Benoni Marshall, with a party
of six, was returning from an auto
trip . Sunday he met a team near
South Barton and as he started to
turn out for it the side of the road
caved in and automobile and oc
cupants went down over the steep
bank. The automobile turned com
pletely over and landed . right side
up. It was slightly damaged. The
people were badly shaken up but no
one was at all badly injured.
Mrs. Carl Gilfillan and Mrs. Kate
Fowler are suffering from hard
Mrs. Herbert Walter of Providence,
R. I., was the guest of Mrs. Carl Gil
fillan Saturday.
Walter Gleason, republican, was
elected town representative on the
first ballot at town meeting.
S. G. Wilson and wife and their
two sons,. Herbert and Leland, at
tended the fair at Lancaster, N. H.,
last week Wednesday. .
Mrs. Adeline Sugg and her son,
Philip, have gone to Lancaster, N.
H., where Mrs. Sugg will teach in
7th grade of the village school and
Philip will attend school in the same
building. Mrs. Sugg is a very popular
teacher and has had great success in
her work. She will be much missed
in town.
John Willson was in town last week
on" business.
Mr. and Mrs. -Guy Hayes of Guild
hall are spending a few days with
their sons, Harlie and Ray Hayes.
Carl Hayes has returned from his
vacation and resumed work at the
Mr. Gilbert and niece of St. Elmo,
Cal., and Mrs. Powers of Lyndon, vis
ited at C. M. Wallace s last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hall of St.
Johnsbury are spending a few days
at G. B. Wallace's.
H. S. Powers was at F. H. Powers'
over Sunday.
The Ladies' Aid will meet with
Mrs. Ray Hayes Thursday afternoon.
Eleanor Buswell of Charlestown,
Mass., was the guest of her cousin,
Orpha Bedell, a few days last week.
Ethel Taplin of Corinth was the
guest of F. W. White and family over
Sunday. Miss Taplin began her work
as intermediate teacher in the
Groton school on Monday.
Mr. Adams' two sons and daugh
ter-in-law are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Adams in this vil
Mrs. , James Crown and son.Wil-
liam, were callers at the parsonage
on Monday. Mrs. Crown leaves in a
few days for Audobon, Iowa, where
she will visit her brother for an in
definite time. William returns to
Michigan State College.
John Gebbie of Rochester, N. Y., is
expected home during the week. Mr.
Gebbie is a clerk in the New York
Central offices at Rochester.
Word has been received from Wil
bur Symes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Symes of this place, that he has
reached hisi destination in Mon
tana, where he has gone to oversee
the placing and putting in operation
an immense dredge made in the
machine shops at Marion, Ohio, in
which Mr. Symes is employed. -
Boys Can Make Money
picking up Bones and sending them to us.
We pay 6o cents per hundred ior almost
anything in the Bone line, if dry. For
clean, dry, boiled butchers' or house
bones we pay as high as 85 cents per
hundred. At these prices we pay the
freight from nearly all stations on shio
ments oi 200 pounds or more. Ship in
barrels or cheap sacks.
(JAKKULL S. PAGE, .Hyde l'ark, Vt.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bort were in
Danville recently visiting Mr. Gates,
a cousin of Mrs. Bort.
Mrs. Harriet Astle is at home from
a visit among her children.
Mrs. W. E. Emery visited at N. C.
Nelson's a few days last week. Her
many friends are glad she is able to
be out again and is gaining slowly.
Hugh Nelson has been at Ryegate
the past week with his reaper doing
work for Moore brothers.
Maurice Paddleford has moved
from Waterford into Maurice Car
ter's house recently vacated by the
Mrs. Cora McNamara and daugh
ter, Mary, from South Ryegate vis
ited Florence Jellison over Sunday,
also her father, Francis Fisher, at
the Barnet bridge.
Hugh Nelson Is attending St.
Johnsbury fair with a number of his
valuable colts. Austin Fisher will
go with him to help look after them.
Mrs. Nellie Jones has returned
from Brightlook hospital and is gain
ing as fast as can be expected.
Lena Moore spent Saturday and
Sunday at her home in Mclndoes.
Mrs. R. B. Hall visited her sister,
Mrs. F. N. Gibson, at the Plain,
Tuesday. --
Miss Winnie, Johnson was at , her
home in the lower part of the town
over Sunday.
Miss Cora Remich,. who teaches in
the school at the Plain was at her
home over Sunday. 1
There was a very pleasant social
at the vestry Friday afternoon and
Loren Bailey of Lyman and Mrs.
Ella Amy of Springfield visited Mrs.
F. N. uross Sunday. Mrs. Amy will
stop awhile with Mrs. Cross, Mr.
Bailey returning to his home In Ly
man the same evening.
Will Be a Thrilling Feature at the
Fair on Wednesday -Has Had . .
Fair on Thursday Has Had
Much Experience.,
The announcement that arrange
ments have been perfected for aero
plane flights at the Caledonia county
fair by Charles F. Willard is sig
nificant. The art of mechanical flights
is too new to "permit of reference to
veteran aviators, or "bird men," but
Mr. Willard can boast of being the
first man in America, aside from the
Wrights and Glenn Curtiss, to suc
cessfully operate an aeroplane.
When he appears here, Mr. Wil
lard will drive his 60 horsepower
aeroplane around the large aviation
field provided and prepared especi
ally for this purpose Rising from
At Barnet.
There was a family gathering at
L. E. Gilfillan's last Saturday, Mrs.
Alvina Brock of Passumpsic, Mrs.
Addie Moulton of Worcester, Mass.,
Miss Mae Gilfillan of East Barnet,
Miss Helen Albee ,of St. Johnsbury,
Mrs. Garvin and son of Danville and
Mrs. Clifford and son of . West Vlr-;
ginia. , . -
Miss Abbott is visiting at Dr. H.
A. Eliot's.
Mrs. Ella Johnson, who has been
sick the past week, is able to sit up
a little. (
, Mrs. Charlotte Dow will teach
school this week on account of the
illness of Miss Kanney.
Oscar Brown is very sick and his
son from the West is caring for him.
Miss Gibson of Albuquerque, New
Mexico, will speak in the church next
Monday afternoon of her work there.
All neighboring churches are invited.
There should be a good attendance,
as Miss Gibson is a nice speaker and v
it will be. a rare treat to hear her.
Mr. Douglas is very sick with
The Christian Endeavor society
will hold a free social at the home of
E. J. Smith Friday evening, Septem
ber 23.
Miss Edith Blair has gone to
Cabot to spend a week.
Mrs. Grace Barker has gone to
Brattleboro to visit her mother.
As Mr. and Mrs. Alec Roy were
riding Sunday they met an auto
mobile just below E. J. Smith's. The
horse was bo frightened Mr. Roy got
out to take him by the head, but
instead of quieting him he jumped
and went over the bank into Peter
Gochee's swamp, dragging Mr.
Roy with him. He finally stopped
the horse but the wagon was smashed
and the Ijorse scratched somewhat.
Mrs. Roy hurt her ankle jumping
out of the wagon.
L. J. Savage and son of Boston
spent last, week with Mr. and Mrs.
Sherburne Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Byron and
daughter, Mrs. Ethel Gray, and little
girl of North Montpelier, are at C.
B. Whitney's.
Miss Margaret Smith spent last
week with her sister, Mrs. Somers of
South Peacham.
Corn roasts have been the fashion
this fall, the last one being at Ben
jamin Gadley Friday night. A
crowd of the village people gathered
around eight big bonfires and ate
roast corn and cracked jokes and
had a right good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davison and
two children went to their home in
Dorchester, Mass., last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenbanks
had a narrow escape last Thursday.
from a very serious accident. As
they were coming' from Monroe across
the railroad crossing the cylinder of
the accommodation train hit the
hind wheel of their carriage. Mr.
Greenbanks whipped up his horse and
there was no accident.
Howard Eliot is attending high
school at Peacham.
Bert Gilfillan has sold his herd of
cows all but two to M; El Turner and
Austin Carter, also about 50 tons
of hay.
Quite a number from here attend-
e dthe funeral of Mrs. George Gal-
bfaith's last Thursday.
There , was no school last Friday
on account of the illness of Miss Ran
ney. v
At Horace Gammel's auction last
week stock went very high, one cow
selling for $79.
Mrs. Bixby of Boston Is visiting
her brother, Arthur .Lamb.
R. W. Baker and family start for
Michigan soon, where he has em
ployment. Lewis Douglas was taken 111 last
Friday night with pneumonia. He
is getting along as nicely as can be
Mrs. R. J. Clifford and son have
returned to their home in West Vir
ginia after spending a few days with
L. E. Gilfillan.
in front of the grandstand, he will
circle the field a number of times,
gaining in altitude with every circuit.
When he reaches the height of 800
or 1,000 feet, he shuts off the motor,
and the great machine is seen to
quiver- and apparently hang in the
air for a moment as if hesitating
whether or not to dash itself and its
fearless operator to death on the
ground 1,000 feet below.
At the proper moment, Willard
makes a quick mo vement of the con
trolling lever, setting the great wings
at a proper angle for descent, and
machine and man start upon a grace
ful, though hazardous, glide to earth
with all the grace and dignity of a
soaring eagle. Nearing the earth
the operator again shifts his forward
controlling planes, skims along near
the ground for a few feet and then
alights with scarcely a preceptible
jar. . . . ..
It takes coolness and nerve to
make this dipping glide, for if the
Mrs. Charles Garvin and daughter
of Danville spent a few days with
Mrs. L. E. Gilfillan last week.
R. N. Darling and family of
Groton were the guests of Ben Gad
ley last week.
At the regular business meeting of
the W. C. T U., held Aug. 31, the old
board of officers were re-elected and
the old board of superintendents -with
the exception of one. Mrs. Emily
Albee was elected superintendent of
L. T. I. work in place of Mrs. Ina
Gilfillan, resigned.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker at
tended the entertainment given in
connection with the contest supper
at North Monroe.Friday evening.
Mrs. Lilla Libbey, who has been
assisting in the New England tele
phone office since last April has re
turned to his home in Lyndonvillev
and Floyd Harding of Monroe, N. H.,
has been employed to take her place.
Mrs. Libbey has secured a situation
in the office of a young lady's school
in Boston.
P. R. Gochee has purchased the
George Gray place at Passumpsic and
expects to move there in the . near
Lewis Douglas is quite 111 with
pneumonia. Mrs. Douglas' sister,
Mrs. J. E. Potter, is helping to care
for him.
J. H. McKannon of Denver, Col.,
came here on business last- Friday
and that night was taken quite ill at
the home of -W. H. Johnson, where
he was stopping. He remains quite
sick. Miss Margaret Willey is caring
for him. Mrs. McKannon arrived
from Burlington Monday.
Mrs. Mary Bixby of Somerville,
Mass., is spending a few days with
her brother, Arthur Lamb.
Mr. Greenbanks is repairing . his
hotel property here with ' a view to
renting it. i.
School Directors Unable to Secure
Teacher for Upper Department.
The primary department of the vil
lage school began this week with'Miss
Mattie Sias as teacher. The school
directors have failed to find a
teacher of the higher grade yet, but
are in hopes to be able to procure
one this week. - 1
Mrs. Degoff is visiting her parents
in Boston, Mass. -
Emmons Stockwell of Chelsea,
Mass., has come here to make his
home with his uncle, H. D. Webster.
The funeral or jn. ts. .Harvey, who
died Wednesday night at Lake Wil
loughby where he had been spending
the summer in his cottage, was held
from, the Methodist church Friday
afternoon, A. W. Brockway of West
Burke having charge. Rev. M. A.
Turner assisted by Rev. H. C. VanT
Haagan officiated. Music was fur
nished by a mixed quartette compos
ed of H. D. Webster, Mrs. Sherburn,
Mr. and Mrs. Solon Walter, Miss
Mabelle Walter, organist. The bear
ers were Perry Porter of West Burke,
E. McGinnis, and Jay Butler of Lyn
donville, and R. A. Eggleston of this
place. The Interment was in the
family lot in Woodmont cemetery.
Mr. Harvey was born March 11,
1842 and died Sept. 7, 1910. He
was twice married, his first -wife was
Mary Lucy Coochie, by whom he had
six sons. Only two survive him,
Elbert of Lancaster, N. H., and Ed
gar R., of this place. His second
wife was Carrte-Gage, who survives
him. He also leaves an aged brother
George Harvey of Burke, and four
grandchildren. Mr. Harvey was
born in Lyndon but was for many
years a resident of this town where
he is pleasantly remembered by all
who knew him.
Edith Lyon, who has been spend
ing the summer with her , aunt,
Mrs. Harry Phillips, returned to her
home in Chicopee, JMass., Satur
day. "' . '
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cutting of
St. Johnsbury spent Sunday with
Mrs. Cutting's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eli Eastman. ' .
1 "'I
aviator for an instant loses his con
trol of his swift flying, craft, he is
liable to be dashed to death or seri
ous injury. No aviator is better able
to accomplish this spectacular and
thrilling feat .than Willard.. Fol
lowing a series of successful demon
strations made by him in New York
recently, the Evening Journal re
ferred to him as the "master of the
air," and his record since then has
made him deserving of holding the
Willard has made, some of the
best flights, ever seen near the met
ropolis, and this machine, which he
will use here, is the one with which
he made recently the first three-man
flight made in America, when he car
ried his brother, W. H. Willard, and
J. C. Mars aloft. His exploits at the
Boston meet, just closed, have
brought him even more prominently
into the public eye. In one speed
contest he distanced both Grahame
White and Johnstone.
Felix Prouff and bride have mov
ed into the Darling tenement vacat
ed by Mr. Gilbert. '
Mrs. George Phillips does not gain
as fast as her many friends could
wish. Dr. F. E. Farmer was called
In council with Dr. Root Sunday.
Their mother, Mrs. Etta Phillips,
is gaining.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Gilson Alvah
Gilson and son, Clyde, Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. Gilson and George Gilson and
family were called to St. Johnsbury
Center, JMonday, to attend the funer
al of Mrs. Ltrcinda Gilson Emerson.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Beck of St.
Johnsbury spent Sunday with Mrs.
Beck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. L.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Palmer of
Pittsburgh Pa., are spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thur
The annual Sunday school picnic
of the Methodist church held last
Saturday, was one of the most suc
cessful in the history of the school.
As Mr. Newman, who had donated
his big hay team, drove up to the
church, the scholars and friends piled.
into his and other conveyances
and hied them to the south end of
Lake Willoughby. Dinner was ser-
ed immediately, washed down by
good coffee -made by Mrs. Caswell.
The afternoon was devoted to sports
in which young and old joined. A
pleasant feature of the daywas a
ride around the lake by steamer,
representative elect O. Woodruff,
and "Doc" Jenkins, being the Santa
Claus' of the occasion. . The day
closed with the unanimous verdict
that all things were A 1. The fol
lowing were the prize winners: Mrs.
Heath, Misses Dewing, Densmore,
Walters, Heath, Cummings, and
Dona ville, and Messrs. A. Gaskill,
Bishop, Roundy, W. Gaskill, Heath,
and .Williams. The tug-of-war re
sulted in victory for the side captain
ed by Mr. Woodruff.
No job too small or too large for
ns to print.
Summer and Fall
Top-Dressing and Seeding Down
Many farmers are finding it to their
advantage to seed down during the
summer and fall, claiming that by so
doing they are apt to get a much better
catch" than they do when they fol
low the usual practice and seed down
in the spring.
The same is true regarding top-
dressing grass land. Some of the most
progressive farmers put on top-dressing
Immediately after haying,' with
perhaps a small application of nitrate
of soda the following spring.
If you will send your name and P.
O. address to Carroll S. Page, Hyde
Park, Vt., he will send you free, post
paid, several formulas for mixing fer
tilizers especially adapted to top-dress
ing and fall seeding, together with
prices of ingredients, full iflirectlons
for mixing, etc. These formulas have
been approved by the Vermont Experi
ment Station and will be found
thoroughly reliable.
Make Your Money
Earn More Than 4
I have a few shares of stock of the United
Botchers' Supply Corporation, incorporated
under the laws of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts and doing a daily cash busi
ness. I believe this stock will pay dividends
of more than 10 per cent, on every dollar yon
invest in it. The corporation owns and con
trols rateable patents. The reason it is
' placing this stock on the market is to in
crease the factory space and present capacity.
The above is practically a monopoly with no
competition. ' -.'
In a very short while this stock should be
worth more than its par value, It is now
selling at $10 par.
This is not a risk. It is a sure thing
This business has existed four years and each
day has brought a larger increase in its pres
ent capacity. Full Information and circular
. 201 Devonshire street.
Boston, Mass.
Advertisements of ay kind -of farm prop
erty, help wanted by farmers, farms for sale
or to rent inserted in this column for one cent
a word (count all articles and groups of
figures as a word), for the first insertion
and one-half cent for each subsequent inser
tion. Any advertisement will be run six
times for three cents a words. No credit al
lowed for these advertisements .as the
amounts are too small to be booked.-
Always mention the Caledonian in an
swering an advertisement.
Farmers desiring the very best Life and
Endowment Insurance protection obtainable
should communicate with Royden W.
Cheney, --8 Main Street, St. Johnsbury,
assistant manager for the Mutual Life In
surance Company of New York. This is the
oldest company in America and the strong
est in the world. Plans cheerfully explained
personally anywhere in Vermont. New Eng
land telephone. .'
For Sale. Portable, steam saw mill. 35
horse power engine, all in first class condi
tion. Would furnish sawing enough to pay
for mill by turning one-half of saw bill. Lum
ber in-this locality to stock mill for years.
Good 90 acre farm. 2 miles from Danville,
nice house, and comfortable barns, running
water at house and barns. For particulars
and terms, address John Rice, Danville, Vt.
Wanted. Man for general farm work.
Good milker. A. F. Lawrence, St. Johnsbury.
Anyone wishing to sell livestock at Lun
enburg, Concord or St. Johnsbury will write,
telephone or call on me at the Concord hotel
and I will come and see it. S. E. Winelow.
For Salb. Butter paper that is made
especially for wrapping butter and can print
at short notice maker's name and residence
"on same. The Caledonian Company.
Butter Northern creamery, 31c;
western, 31c.
Eggs Fancy nearby hennery, 35g
36c; eastern, 3233c; western, 25
26c. .
Cheese New York twins, new,
15 c; Vermont twins, extra, 15c.
Apples Duchess ?2 2. 75 barrel;
Williams, $23; gravensteins , $23;
golden sweets, ?11. 50; pippins,
Potatoes Central Maine, $1.20(3
1.25 bag; ' Aroostooks, $1.101.1E
bag; sweets, $1.752. 25 barrel.
Truck Onions, 75c$l box; tur
nips, yellow, $1.251.50 bag; white,
$11.25 box; cabbage, 75c$1.25
barrel and $67 per 100; squash,
marrow, $1. 25 1.50 barrel; summer,
4060c box; Bay State, 22c lb;
parsley 4550c box; string beans,
wax, $11.25 box; green, $1,250
1.75 box; Lima beans, ?1.752 box;
beets, 5075c box; carrots, $11.25
box; parsnips, $11. 25 box; green
corn, 50 7 5c box; radishes,, 2550c
box; tomatoes, 75c$J box; lettuce,
4060c dozen; mint, 4050c dozen;
cucumbers, $13. 50 box.
. Poultry Nearby broilers, 19 20c;
choice northern and eastern fowl, 18c;
western fowl, 17c; roasting chickens,
2425c; western chickens, 1618c.
' Beef Choice, 11 12c; hindquar
ters, 14V215c; forequarters, choice,
Lamb and veal Choice lambs, 12
13c; winter lambs, 10llc; yearlings,
89c; muttions, 910c; veals,
Maine Central
R. R.
- ' Through the White Mountains
To Lancaster, Colebrook, North Conway,
Boston, Portland, Lewiston, Bangor, Bar.
Harbor and St. John.
. SEPTEMBER 12, 1910.
St. johnsbury...... ". 2'.30
Lunenburg ' 3.40
Whitefield 3.52
Quebec June 4.ZO
Baileys, (Jefferson) f4.30
Lancaster, ar... 4.45
Lancaster 12.40
Baileys 12.55
Quebec June, arrive ,1.08
" leave 2.01
Whitefield 2.12
Lunenburg, ar 2.25
St. Johnsbury, ar - 3.30
Lv. St. Johnsbury 2.00 a. m. 6.47 a. M. 2.32 Pit
" N. Conway... 5.57 " 9.59 " 6.02
Ar, Portland 8.05 " 12.01 " 7.45'"
Boston 11.55 P.M 3.05P.M11.05 "
' Lewiston 9.45 A. M 2.17 "12.45 am
1 Bangor 3.15 P.M 4.35 " 3.10 "
' , Bar Harbor....7.00 " 7.00 " 8.15 " .
St. John 11.15 " ll.OO "
Trains arrive at St. Tohnsburv from Bos
ton, Portland, Lewiston, 'Augusta, North
Conway ana w mte .Mountain resorts o.ovj ,
6.55 and 11.35 p. m.
General Passenger Agent. .
morris Mcdonald,
Vice President & General Manager,
Portland, Me. .
every morning for your daily gro
cery order if it is not convenient for
you to come here in person.
no matter if you are not here to
select them. We carry only the
better grade of table needs and lux
uries, so you are sure of good things
to eat every time you order.
73 Main Street
. Business Directory.
ffice 96H Railroad Street. Residence 98
Railroad Street.
General Practice. Office hours to 9 a. m.,1
to 2 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays 1 to 2 p. m.
Both Phones.
Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence
89 Main Street. - '
Oflice Hours : 8 9
12.30 2
" 78
N. E. 'Phone 134-2. Cit, "Phone M-87
Office 24 Main St. Residence 24 Western Ave
Office Hours: lO to 12 a. m., 1.30 to 3.30
p. m. Monday and Thursday 7 to 8 p. ' m
and by appointment.
, . it. E. Telephone
General practice. Special attention given
diseases of the stomach and kidneys. Office
Hours: 8-9 a. m.. 1-2 and 7-8 p. m. Both
telephones. 130 Railroad street, St. Johns
bury, Vt. -
3 Cherry Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
General Surgery and Gynecology.
Office hours. 1 to 2 'and 7 to 8 p. . No
patients seen mornings or Sundays except by
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Specialist, Eve, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office 29 Main St. Over Post Office.
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Even
ings, except Wednesdays, from 7 until 8.30.
Appointments for examinations of the eyes
for glasses can be made in advance by letter
or telepnone. v
Eve. Ear. Nose and Throat and General Sur
gery, 24 Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
.Hours a a, in i a, ana oy appoint
ment. Both phones.
22 Summer St.,
Specialty Diseases of Children. Hours,
1 to 2 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays 12.30 to
2 p. m. Both 'Phones.
2 Winter Street. ' Office Hours :
Both Telephones. lO to 12 a. m
2 to 4 p. m
Homoeopathic Physician.
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Both Phones.
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
No. 29 Main St.. St. Johnsbury, Vt.
E. H. ROSS, M. D.
Specialist Surgery and Gynecology.
Hours 8 9, 1 2, 7 8 and by appointment.
Office and residence. 10 Church Street.
Telephone, New England 425, -Citizens 20-S.
assisted by Dr. E. M. Corliss. Graduates ol
Ontario veterinary college.
54 Main Street, St. Johnsbury.
63 Eastern Avenue.
Cit. Tel. 55-G.
Temporary Office in Union Block.
N. E. Phone.
Pythian Building, St. Tohnsbury.
Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury
Fire, Life, Accident and Plate Glas
Pythian Building. St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Steam Boiler, Plate Glass, Elevator and Em
ployers' Liability Insurance,
Dealer in Coal.
32 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Attorney at Law.
Citizens Bank Block, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Attorneys at Law,
Bank Block, . St. Johnsbury, Vt
Gauthlers' Block,
57 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Attorney at Law and Solicitor In Chancery.
Pythian Block,
Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
' . Attorneys at Law,
Citizens Bank Block, Railroad St.
Attorneys at Law, -Citizens
Bank Block, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Attorney at Law
Office, Republican Block
Eastern Ave
Vocal Instruction. Special attention given
to breathing and voice placing.
31 Cliff Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Graduate Tuning Department New
England Conservatory.
N. E. Tel. 262-5. Cit. Tel. 72-7.
21 Main Street, St. Johnsbury
Pianoforte Tuning and Regulating.
5 Cherry Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
N. E. Telephone 469-3.
2 Paddock Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs.
For sale at all seasons of the year on
short notice. For immediate attention
order by telegraph, telephone or special
Danville, . Vermont.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
, Wells River, Vt.

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