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Gate's Real Estate Agency
F. B. CATE.
H. J. SLAYTON.
If looking for bargains in Real Estate for a home or
investment read the following:
NEW COTTAGE HOUSE oa Park street. Seven rooms besides laundry with set tubs.
Finished in bL-ch and sycamore. Furnace, bath, hot water connections, electric lights, all
ready to go to housekeeping:. Will be sold cheap on easy payments.
ANOTHER KEW HOUSE on Maple Grove. Seven rooms, finished in hard wood with
every modern improvement. This house is also ready for occupancy, even to the shades to
the windows. Price reasonable.
EIGHT-ROOM COTTAGE on South Main street. Finished in hard pine anf has hard
wood floors. Bath and sewer connections. In first-class repair. Five minutes' walk from
Batchelder s Meadow. Large lot, plenty of fruit and shrubbery. Will be sold cheap, as
owner wishes to leave the state.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE AND BARN on Quarry street. Lot is four rods by eight rods.
Built only a few years ago. A bargain at $250. Easy terms.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE on Webster Avenue.
Price, $700.
t.re-ne anil (u i nor ne.
London, July 23. TIim oise of tlir
Unitt'il States for the extradition from
Camilla of Joint F. Uaymir and W. I).
Grwjo l aiiii' Hp licfoiv the privy conn
c-il on tin- iii'Utioti of the United Stutes
for U-iife to appeal. Sir Edward
Clark", for the petitioners, presented
the ease. The lord chancellor framed
leave to appenl.
Curzon Won't rtralmi.
London, July 2:!. The Times under
taiuls tli-it Lord Curzon will a v i I
himself of the option given to him tfl
retain the Indian vleeroyship for an
other two years.
Lot is about 200 feet by 500 feet.
FARM OF TWELVE ACPES between Barre and Montpclicr. New Buildings, with
large henhouse 12 by 40 feet. Just the place for gardening, having two markets Montpelicr
and Barre. Only five minutes' walk from electric tars. .
Bolster Block, Rooms 11 and !2
Public Examinations
Public Examination of Teacher tt
Vafhin(rtn County will ho
held as follows :
Cabot July 31 and August I
' Morthfield August 3 and 4
i Waitsficld August 5 and 6
Montpel'.a .August 7 and S
Barre... August 23 and 29
Pxaniinatlojip wilt lehjM so f.'ir as possible
in tlie school buillin&r. Alt caiuliiiotcs for e
aniinatifii iiuiially unknown to ttie County
;.xainint'r win ti rcriuiri-ii to rnrmMi a tci.i
liKiniiil of (ji-h.u1 moral character and sattr-fuc-torv
evidence of ability to lrovi'tn. Kxamina-
tions inav he taken for admi-ion to any Ver
mont State Xoi ina! School.
O. I). MATJIEWStlX,
Comity Examiner.
Parre, Vt., July 9, 1003.
Cultivators!
We have them and a full line of Garden
and Heavy Wheelbarrows and Express
Wagons, Grass and Bush Scythes, also Ash
and Cherry Snaths. Prices the lowest.
PRINDLE & AVERILL,
81 North Main Street,
Barre, Vermont.
BUSINESS CARDS.
DR. C. H. KENT,
DENTIST, Miles Block. Telephone
at office snd residence.
OR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Of
fice la Room 85, Allies' Building.
Office boars, 9 . m. to 12 ra. nd 1.30
to 4 p. tn., Monday, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Friday. Telephone connection.
ARftllR II. LEWIS, D. V. S.,
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Surgery a specialty. Graduate of West
ern Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo.
Office at resilience, - - 30 Pearl Street.
Telephone, 212-13.
MRS. H. A. BEAHH,
EXPERIENCED NUKSB. No. 102
South Main street, Sarre, Vermont.
Telephone call, 12-2.
H. W. SCOTT,
ATTOHNEV-AT-LAW. Office In
Wood Block, over I.add's store.
. Justice, notary and stenographer
In office.
Spring and Summer Woolens
Wanamaker & Brown's
Made-to-Measure Clothing.
0. W. B0YEA, Merchant Tailor.
J. A. FIELD,
Contractor and Builder.
Oliee and residence, 32 Patterson
St. Telephone 157-4.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
A. W. LANE & SONS,
ARCHITECTS and
BUILDERS,
Tel. 305-12. SOUTH BARRE, VT.
Wood & Gregoire,
Stona Masons and Contractors.
Raising and moving buildings.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Telephone Ch11 :
C. E. Wood, 215-21 ; G. L. Gregolre, 007-11.
FRED L. PAGE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Residence, 34 Highland
Avenue. Telephone call, 4-3.
NOTICE.
Having leased the Union Blacksmith Shop
known as the C, N, Benedict shop. No. 22 Sum
mer Street, I will do all kinds of Blacksmithing.
Horse Shoeing a specialty. All work done In a
first-class manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call
and see me. W. T. BURGESS.
J. A. M'LEOD,
REGISTERED 8HOEING 8MITH.
tTnnft.pnttlnir. 1nfrrrf,irtnr. clirkin?.
etc., positively cured. Diseased leet
treated with auccess. Trotters, pa
cers and gentlemon'a roadsters a
specialty. 8hop on Seminary 8t.
Talepnona connection.
F. G. .& C. H. ROWELL,
Complete Architects
and Builders.
58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont.
B. C. HILL,
Saw Filing.
Bailment C. A. Hoath't Store,
Elm St.
San ran lie left at Heath's or rrimlle &
AverlH's store dttytimm. 1 am in shop from
5.30 to 9 p.m. Alt work guaranteed.
Special Notice.
On April nth we notltteil all iavtits, tliroiieli
the Iturrr limly Times ami Kveninjr Tcli-eram,
that f'r any mh1i li-ft for xtor.tye at the storiiue
warehouse of HOr-ytli..V Ingram fracech:tr:-s
would have tole jmiil on Mine. Since then we
have fi'iit lettern to the following parties and
they have nor, replied. A the lecters have
l.etMi retunteil we take it that caul parties are
not In liurre. We now jmlilish the names of
rinrtiec havinjr K'wmU ston, at our warehouse.
Ve will ublib these nanu s one dav eaeh week
in thin papi'mml keep said notice in lor three
nionui!'. 11 anvone talis to replv iv Auifiist 1st.
VM'i, their piods w ill t.e sold to cover the cost of
storage ami exjeuse of sale and publishing said
notice. I OKSVTH & INGRAM.
I'erey X. Hnrix, stored .inly f, 1001.
Jennie E. Hayford, stored Sept. 2, P'hC
Itenmrd O. (minor, eton-d March S, lsy9.
I. -McLeod. stored lteo. :i, 1:H.
(ieortre C. arv. stored .tune 1. 1'"';.
Mrs. i'red hirhv, stor-d Julv 1.1, l'.ml.
Mrs. I'larn Miles, stored April 2(1. l'.ml.
W. K. Locklin, stored Sept.i," and Oct. 12. 1M)7.
-lerrv l'a ki tt, stored March 5, 1 !$.
Alexander ( hamlicrs, stored July 1, 1899.
Frail It Cleriei, storeii May i!3, VM.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
Thk TiMt'A w-111 pnhllsh Wants, tost and
Found, For Salt?, To Let. etc. short advertise
ments at the rate of four line for twenty-live
tvnts for the rirst Insertion and rive cents for
each sulseitient insertion.
FOR SALE.
FOIt SALE A pair of chestnut mares, weight
2siiO; also a pair of Idacks, half sisters, weight
2"jki ; also another pair, hay and ray jrehlinjs,
weight Also several shoats. Iuttlre'uf
A. K. Hatclielder, Itarre. uotf
FHH SALE A n cook stove,
ionahle. lniUiie at 17 Cottage t.
l'rice realigns
FOIt SALE At a harcnirt, tii first niort
tr.at'e live per cent Ixnids of the I'.arre 4t Mont
peller Traction anil 1'ower Co. 140 slniies of
stock. Address ' Stock," Times ottiee. WJW
lHrsr.HOLI (iOiiD.S toil SAI.FApply to
Mrs. Kemp, 14 Mount St. ltisttl
Fi HI SALE If you prize evvsijiht and grace
ful form, ask for the Hartley devices at the
Barre ltisik Store. lOTtlS
FOK SALE, cheap, one hncfry waron, one
lifrht handy wat'on, one g-ood gasoline stove,
and one (rood liiiildinz lot; or would trade for
a team, ( all at 45 Maple ave. luotfi
Ft in SALE One hay horse, apred 12, weight
l.'itxt, price SMI; one hrown mare, 6 yeai"S old,
weiixht l.iKt, price $40; oin tiay horsej weight
In-:-!, rive years old, price S5; two driving har
ness and two imiritie. Applv t" K.C.Leon
ard, 2i South Main St. KMii
FOK SALE--I11O h. p. water power, one half
mile from the town of llanlw n k.
proved and will he sold cheap.
inis riaruwicit, i.
Has heen ini-
Apply to V.O.
mitu
FOK SALE A chamlier suit and other house
hold affects. Apply at 111 Seminary St. 94t3
KOI GH CFKHINO Mildl.tir Son. East
Barre, will furnish rotiph curh stone to any
part oi narre city ioi 'c per nit. icpau
FOIt SALE ( hamher suit, almost new. Ap
ply lii Washintou street. mt'Jt
FOK SALK A kit of stoneeutrer's tools, be
lonejitf; to the late tleore Johnston. Apjdy to
Atidersoti or Sinclair at Marr OorUon's. itu
H. E. JEFFORDS,
Painting and Paper Hanging
And CalsomSning. A share
of your patronago is solicited.
5 Thurston Place, - Barre, Vermont.
G. A. WILKINSON,
CARRIAGE AND SKIN PAINTING.
Calflominini and decorating. Houae
painting and pnper bangini; a wpeo
Salty. The bent work at moderate
prices. Shop above the covered
- bridge, So. Main street, Barre.
J. A. CROWLEY,
HOUSE PAINTING, Paper banging
etc. Shop on Seminary St. Tele
phone connection.
HENRY FRENIER & SON.
UNDERTAKERS, funeral directors
and furnishers of tanoral supplies.
Night calls promptly attended to.
No. 18 Granite street, Barre, vt
Kesldence op stairs. Telcphone,13-5
RUSSELL & BAIRD,
Plumbing
and Heating.
All work guaranteed. Full sup
ply of modern fixtures on hand.
Rassell 8c Baifd,
Tel. J5-3. Basement Worthen Block.
TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE.
Central Vermont Katlroad.
i Dowa t,r WhitA Rivpr .Tnnfi-
tion. Boston, New York and all Intervening
points n . 14 lu.- " ' ,,-:
trttiu for White Kier Junction and Windsor
and Intermediate stations leve at 6.50 P-
Trains leave ii -n -
bans, Koues Point and OgdeiiBlniri? at 8.00
a. ra. and a tw, o.w ami u ! . j
. . rr ninu on Hut and road and
.. an nnnnnem with New Yorlt train tor
Montreal and points west leave! Barre at
for Willlamstown leave Barre 1 20 and 4.30
wniianistown at 7.W a. m. ana
J. 80 p.m.
Montpellw & Well Klvnr Kallroad,
CoinmeuuinK Jane ISO.'t.
i -D.-a f..T- WhIU lMvcr eon
neeting at that point wite traius govg both
. " i .l ...... it aril SIR n.
nonn ana ioui-o, t i m . t " " r
. rrv.A ii jKi..in fitmnuH with train for Bos
ton, and north for Lisbon, Littleton, Fabyanit
and Iyancflster, also with Montreal express, and
the 7.30 and 3.15 trains with St. Johnsbury
Trains leave Barre for Monrpelier at 7 30,
1U.U a. in., 14.:, O.Xit win u.uv y, ib,
Klectrlo Street Railway,
Cars leave square In liarre for Montpeller a.
15-minutes of and 15 minutes past the houj.
Leave Montpelier for Barre on the hour and
halt hour until is p. m.
FOK SAl.K The property at the corner of
Merehant and Summer streets, liebmirinp to the
es-tate of the hue Julia Morse. New liouse 12
rooms and bath, Hemn heat, modern plumbing
and modern in every other particular. Finished
in oak. For nrii e and ti'inis apply to B. W.
raley, Adminifitiator. " ,StJ(l
FOK SALE One pair of draft hordes.
dapple pray hikI brown. WeiKht, f-'Oft. l'er
fecr ly fioun'd. Alw stetts. harnel--s, wapm. dump
rart and ebains. I'ricfS riulit. W. L. MihhIv,
Watei lmrv, Yt. 7rtlG
FOR SALE AT CASS1K FARM.
Milk Our wapon delivers tw lee a day.
Hav Iielivered promptly in bulk.
Shetland l'onies From imported stock,
l'iirs and flntates By the reu:itered sire
Bane Jim, O. I. V. C.
Collie 1'iiim Sable and white, from reentered
stixk. Applv to lioorire Cassie, Fast .Street.
FOR SALE (heap for rash. 15-ton stone
wairon in excellent condition. Standard Oran-
ite Co. s quarries, llaiihvlck, t. Witt
FOK SALE OK TO liENT House and barn
and about '.'o acres ('f land, within ten minutes'
walk of Willianwtown station and uost-cdliee.
Apply to J. It. liroekway, Williumatown. JJtf
PLaTB GLASS FOR SALE A lotof random
sires a very low price tf tafcen at once YVtiat
ste do voii want ? I'.VION M A UK SKINS and
AWMIv'QS. H. A, KnRg. 14 French HU Mi!
TO RENT.
TO It 1-1NT I twn-htair ti'iicinent, I'ouiiinir
of kitejicn, diiiih.ir-riom, situiiit-room, tw
iM'drooms, three ehwets and bath supplied w ith
hot and cold water, all in !nt-ei.t- shape.
Ten minute' walk from p..t...,!lije. Applv to
H Cm t ier stn et. llltf
TO liENT Larce tenement to rent. Seven 4
rooms. Aiplyatli.Y. Hookers Co. sioie. 7Jil
TO BENT.
Two tenements In Stafford house on Cottage
street.
2tf I'lielps Brothers.
TO KENT Tenement of six rooms ami bath
room at l;7 Brooklyn street. lOTtf
To BENT Good lai(re store at corier of
Main and Seminary streets. Apply at J). I.
Toutasi's r'H ery store. 47tf
TO KENT Furnished mmi at "THE OTIS,"
14 l'erl St , by the day or week. The house
and turnlshinwrs are new. 8tem heat, electric
lights, baths, broad piazza front and back on
eaeh door. Mai run in charif, and the best of
service (tuaranteed. O. It. Hale, Prop, 3urtf
TENEMENT TO BENT Applv to Win.
C. Mackie, corner Washington and Mount
streets. 4,t(
TO BENT A very prettv up stairs tenement
for man and wife, to l,e vacant August 1. Ap
ply to llf Summer street. 'j;u
TO BENT A five-room tenement with bath I
In (rood location. Inquire of M. Uarvev, 4ti
1'earl street. jjtf
UUIM
ne Keai isacransi
Every Home Has Its Backing of Cash.
Some Homes Require Much Cash, Others Little.
TENEMENTS TO BENT Three tenements.
Inquire of Henry Freuier, Cranite street. ix,0
:
TO BENT Two desirable rooms at 34 Jeffer
son street. iiMf
TO ItENT Furnished room. Apply to Paul
II ill, 7 Summer street. " " K-tt
FI RN1S11EI) BOOMS TO RENT -Avenue.
40 Maple
btotf
TO BENT Four otlice rooms all connected,
recent Iv occupied for millinery parlors. East
man Bros.
LIVERY STABLE TO B EN'T Sixteen stalls.
Apply to r;ron & Murphv, ja South Main
street. SUtf
FCR KENT.
Nice down-stairs tenement on Tatterson St.
Will rent ritrht to small family.
Six room tenement on (iartiebl Ave. for eiO.fiO
Six-room tenement, with bath, just off Wash
ington St. on Mt. Vernon I'lace lor $13.00 per
month.
Five-room tenement on Brooklyn St., with
barn, for s-n.OU.
1). A. FKititv Real Estate Ahf.xcy
HELP WANTED.
WANTED A few etone cutters.
Beckett Co., Williamstown, Vt.
Orearson,
WANTED A first-class operator on an "Old
ham " surface cutter to go to New York Ciry.
Apply to Young Bros. loStt"
WANTED Man to work on farm, by day or
niontb. (iood wages end steady employment to
rit'ht party. Also srirl for (feiierai housework
wanted. Apply to F. D. Martin, Box J. Barre,
vt. ltirtte
WANTED--Lt-tter cutter. Apply to I'.O. Imx
4211, Barre, Vt. !'
YVAXTKD Letter cutter. Apply to Emslie
& Brown, Bitrnhaiu's Meadow. lwitl
WANTED Men to help in haying.
Oeorjie Cassie.
Applv to
luotf
WANTED Ambitions man for ofliee position
in Barre. S'.'rt weekly. Experience unneces
sary. Must have fair education, furnish good
references and SVL Silverware Co., X llunne
well Building, Boston. luitl
WANTED A woman for general housework,
familv of three, washings put out. 1. O. Box
385, Barre, Vt. 9tf
WANTED A man to work on farm. A man
who is good witii horses can have a job the
year round. 1). A. Eraser, Websterville. ftltlO
At; ENTS Ladies or gents, to sell member
ship in the famous (ilobe Association of lii
eago. Wages ."4.ut a month up. Applv to
T. Faubert, Uraniteville, Vt. uittl
WANTED At once first-class shoe repairer.
Applv with kit ready to work. Fred S.Kenison.
Hi! North Main street, under Barre savings
Bank. Kt
WANTED Experienced help in tailor shop,
flirl pant maker ami to do repairing new wnrk
SliKue & ttweus, 1-'-' Main street. 4tltf
WORK WANTED.
WANTED Bv evperlenced dressmaker, work
at home, or will' go out by the day. Miss Laura
l.eclair, Farwell street. l'Otfi
AGENTS WANTED.
THE ONLY AI THOBI.ED LIFE OF I'OEE
LEO Mil. Written with the encouragement,
approbation and blessing of His Holiness, by
.Mgr. Bernard o'Eeilly. D. D.. LL. I'.. who for
eight vears lived in 'the Vatican as Domestic
Dictate t.i the l'ope. This distinguished Ameri
can author was summoned to Borne 11ml ap
pointed bv the l'ope as his official biographer.
Approved 'and recognized bv Cardinal (.iibbona
ami all Church authorities ,is the only otlicial
biogrnphv of the l'ope. Over si) pages, mag
nili'centlv illustrated. l"Ni'VHAi.i t i l l oi-i'oit-Ti-vnv
V-ob AOENTt. Best commission. Ele
gant onltit free. THE.IOIIN (.
CO., "W Arch St., l'hiladclphia. l'a. Wst!
NEW POTATOES,
Beet (Ireen. I'eas.
Young Ducks.
A. W. ALLEN,
Telephone 114-3.
String Beans,
Broiler,
Sunnvside Farm.
2S'tf
TO RENT.
to KENT One rive and one six-room tene
ment on Brook St. D. M. Miles. loytf
TO KENT Suite of rooms on Main St.. suita
ble for millinery parlor or light, housekeeping,
at reasonable rates. Appty at fecott .v iowns
end's otlice. ltotf
To 11KXT A furnished front room in the
Morse block. Inquire on third floor, loStf
TO BENT Cottage of six rooms on Kiatich
street. Inquire at Mark Nichols', Silver
street. Sltl'J
TO KENT until paid for, cottage house near
Ileclilcv street, about 3 minutes walk from Main
street.' It Is in good repair, and ready for oc
ennancv. For lull particulars, inuuire nt; the
lb A. l'erry Beal Estate Agency. lOStf
TO KENT Tenement of five rooms. Newly
repaired. Convenient to Batehelder's Meadow.
Apply at house, ll wasnington street. dub
TO BENT Five-room tenement, first floor,
on (iranite street. Inquire of Scott & Town-
send, Granite street. tuti
ti hvt The store in Imrkee block. Call
at 300 North Main St. lufitEJ
,r 1 vrrh . .wm.u r, ttirt . if,,, t TifM
of Bopu 1CO XIII." Only authorized edition;
written by the 1'upe'a order by Monslgnor
O'Hcillv; endwsed bv entire Catholic Hier-
archv: nrice J..'; laigecolored portrait wortn
isl.lKi free to sulwribers. Agents wanted; high
est terms; immense demand: outfit tree, in
ternational l'ublisbing Co., 44 X. 4tu Street,
1 ntiauiMpuia.
BOARDERS WANTED.
BOARD AND BOOM At the Stafford house.
Electric lights and steam heat. iJLUI per wecK.
Xo. 12 Cottage street. 'M
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A considerable sum ol money, be
tween the National Bank and Tuft's ice house
on Trow Hill. Was in long wallet, r inner
leave at Times otlice or at 7a summer stiver ami
be rewarded. Will
LOST A Hulv's belt with silver purse at
tached. Finder leave at this olllce and be re
warded.
when seeking
an investment
Come here!
pav.ne tn VM. Flan in its munn !" '
Guaranteed f era loss of principal. hmU, t MaiM.
M. H. HUGHES, 55 Miles Block, Barre, Vt.
Dori.11rd.op4 utje
TO
1 EurossQ
- " ; i J BOSTON to -
QUEENSTOWN
' o tlVERPOOU.
New England 'une 11
Mavtlower Je
Commonwealth '"ly 2
New England July 9
Mavtlower l"ly
Commonwealh ...July SO
1st class J'sO upwards; 2d class $12 50;
3d class at low rates.
From BOSTON ..
Mediterranean
Aores, Glhraltnr, Naplea, Cenoa.
Cambroman June "rt. A ng 8, Sept 19
Vancouver July U, Aug 29, Oct, 10
1st class, t TO, npwada; 2d class, ISO,
Companv's Office, '7State St., Boston,
or 8. rt. liallard, Miles' Granite Buiiding,
Barre, new Lant(don Block, Montpeller.
We help you to have a home with little cash. We pro
tect your investment so that you can get the house paid for.
If it's real happiness you want, try owning your own home
to secure it. It does not require' much cash to buy these:
. NEARLY NEW HOUSE,
which contains six rooms and has been painted within a
year, located on Elm St. There is a nice porch across front
and on ell. Nearly one-half acre of land, with quantities of
currant, blackberry and raspberry bushes, besides pear, plum
and apple trees all in bearing. Good henery, large enough
for 50 or 75 hens. Also a nice spring of water deeded with
the place. As owner wishes to leave the city, we are al
lowed to sell for $2300.00.
HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS
on Maple Ave. Was built in 1901 by H. M. Houston.
Is finished in the natural wood and there are hard wood
floors in three rooms. House has good granite cellar, is
connected with sewer and supplied with city water. The lot
is large, having a good frontage and a depth of 150 feet.
Price,' $23 00.00.
HOUSE AND SMALL BARN,
with about two acres of land, on Quarry St, Contains seven
rooms'and is in very good repair. Owing to sickness, the
owner is very anxious to sell and will make the price right.
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE
on Perrin St. Has been built about three years. . Is con
nected with sewer and has bath-room. All rooms on first
floor are finished in natural wood. If sold before it is rented
the price will be only $1500.00. Terms, $100.00 down and
balanc; monthly.
LARGE LOT ON EAST ST.,
the size being 132 by 140 feet, with a right to stream of
water. Owner is anxious to sell and will make price right.
DON'T BE LATE
in investigating these properties, but make it your way to
see us at once. We are always glad to explain our method
of selling to those wishing to buy on the easy payment plan.
THE D. A. PERRY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Rooms 8 and 9, Gordon Block, - - Barre, Vermont.
INSURANCE
Some agents say "The Best Companies," others
"The Strongest," and still others "The Largest
Companies." I simply say
J. W. DILLON, Agent.
Representing $465,490,1 17-39 assetts as per annual
statement of companies represented in this agency on
Jan. I, 1903 That tells the whole story. Call and
investigate. No risk too large, none too small.
r
N. F. FRAZ1ER, President. W. M. EF.ONSON, Sec. and Treas.
THE OKLAHOMA MORTGAGE c TRUST CO.,
GUTHBIE, OKLAHOMA.
- - - - $100,000
CAPITAL-,
INCORPORATED.
We offer, subject to'priorjsale, choice Oklahoma farm mortgages bearing 6 per cent in
terest net to the investor." We are the oldest ioaners in Oklahoma, having been continuously
engaged in the farm loan business for the past twelve years, and in that length of time we
have never foreclosed a mortgage or taken a piece of real estate. We can furnish you refer
ences that will satisfy the most exacting. Send for a list of offerings. We personally inspect
all our securities. Interest and principal remitted investor witnout expense, mention this paper.
.IT;i
1 fp .jnutrt.rau.V-Mfc
RESIDENCE OF J. W. GORDON, KICHARDSOV STREET.
C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FUKXISIIED ON SHORT NOTICK.
Office at 202 North Main Street,
NEAR DEFOT SQUARE. (Phone 123-3.) BARRE, VERMONT.
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