Tin: jJAiiiu: jaily times, dec. r, iooa.
business cards, j
OR. C. H. KENT,
DKNTI3T. Milag Block. Telephone
at office and residence.
OR. LEWIS D. MARTIN,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Of
fice In Uoom 85, Mile' hulldiniir,
OJHca bourn, a. m. to 12 ra and 1.30
to 4 p. in., Monday, Tuesday, Thurs
day and H rid ay. Telephone con
nection. URS. H. A EEAHH,
EXPERIENCED NUaaB. No. 102
South Main etroet, Barre, Vermont.
Telephone call, 12-a.
H. W. SCOTT,
ATTORNEY-AX-LAW: Offlee la
Wond Block, over Ladd'i store.
JaHttce, notary and stenographer
FRED L. PAGE,
CONTBACrOU AND BDILDEB
Office and Residence, 81 Highland
Awn tie. Telephone call, 4-3.
J. A. H'LEOD,
REQiaTERED SHOEING HMITH.
Koee-cuttlnc, Interfering, clickinsj,
etc., positively cured. Diseased feet
treated with aucieRS. Trottera, pa
cers and gentlemen's roadsters a
specialty. Shop on Seminary 8t
J. A. FIELD,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and residence, 32 Patterson -"St.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
F. G. ic C. Ha ROWELL,
58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont.
H. E. JEFFORDS,
Painting and Paper Hanging
And Calsomlntng. A share
of your patronage Is solicited.
5 Thurston Place, Bane, Vermont.
G. A. WILKINSON,
CARRIAGE AND8IGN PAINTING.
CalBomtning and decorating. House
painting and paper hanging a spec
laity, ihe bent work at moderate
prices. Hhop above the covered
bridge, Bo. Main street, Burro.
HENRY FRENIERft SON,
ENDEBTAKLRa, funeral directors
and furnishers of funeral supplies.
Night calls promptly attended to.
No. 18 Granite street, Barre, Vt.
Residence up stairs. Telephone, 13 6.
Fall and Winter Woolens
Suits and Overcoats to
order, $14.00 and up.
0. W. BOYEA, Merchant Tailor.
Ladies wishing a Good Fitting
Garment are invited to call at
No. 2 Eastman Block, - - Barre, Vt.
C. A. CHURCHILL & CO.,
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. Successor!
to O. T. Briggs. Telephone 15 3 or 201-4.
Basement Worthen Block, Barre.
JUST RECEIVED, CARLOAD
CORTLAND CART SLEIGHS
From Watertown. Price to compete with
anyone. Also Second-hand Sleighs, nearly now
Alio nice line of Carriages and Holies for sain.
H. F. CUTLER, City Livery Stable.
All kinds of Parlor, Coal and Wood
Heaters. Also 200 Cook Stoves.
B. G. DURKEE,
360 North Main St., Barre, Vermont.
TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE.
rnrrft! Vermont li nil road.
. , . 1 On.ro fnr WhltA Ttivr .Tnnn-
tion, Boston, New York and all Intervening
points o au . v
train for White Kiver Junction and Windsor
and Intermediate stations leaves at 6.50 p. m. ,
bans. Kotises Point and Ogdensbnr at 8.J6
nect at Ki lex for points on Rutland road and
ine O.0 uonnuvvH ...... -
Montreal and points west leaves Barra at
For WilUanistowii leave Barre 120and4..T0
p. ra. tve WUllamstowu at 7.20 a. m. and
J. 30 p. m.
MontpHer A Wells River Ballroad,
Coiumenrifig June Vi. 1UOS.
neetinit at that point wite trains (toing ; both
Sortn and seutb. at 7 W a , H.4II an, 8 W p.
m The Vl.h trla connects wit b trin for Bos
ton, and north for Lisbon, Littleton, fahyans
ihe and 8 15 train, with Hi. Johasbury
Trains leave Brrs for Montpeller at 7.S0,
10.20 a. m., u.v, f
K-lotrln Street Railway.
Cars leave square In Harre for Montpelter a.
irS minuses 01 ' ' " ,
Leave Montpeller for Barrel 00 the hour and
ill 1 .
United States Depository
or value is the honest
dollar. Its value is
guaranteed by Uncle
Sam but he sets no
limit on its earning
power nor does he en
sure its owner against
The National Bank
is organized to take
care ol the dexsits 01
its customers and in
crease the earnings 01
It is established on
a firm financial basis
having a capital of
$ 1 00,000.00 and sur
T h e management
solicits the accounts
of individuals, firms
Deposit books issued, interest credited
Jan. 1 and July Tin each year at the rate
of 3 1-2 per cent per annum.
Drafts on London a specialty .
f. G. HOWLAND, Cashier.
The old safe at home should
now be discarded for a
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX
w hich will cost you a mere
trifle. Call and examine
those for rent by the
GRANITE SAVINGS BANK &
Price : SS.OO, 4.00 and 5 0 Per Year.
JOHN TttOW, President!
11. O. WOHTIIEN', Vice-Pres.;
It. G. WUODKti-F, Treasurer.
JOHN TROW, H. O. WORTHEN,
A. I. MORSE, C. L. I. KKIKK.
W. A. VVHITCOMH, rilAMi F. CAVE.
desiring to rcaliie the larpe interest and
profits possible in lcuiliniate Minine, Oil,
Timber and Smelter investro-nts and Divi-dend-paytnir
Industrial stocks, listed and
unlisted, should send lor our Boo It lets giv.
ing lull Information.
DOUGLAS, LACEY & CO.
Bankers, Brokers, Fiscal Agents,
Members New York Consolidated
Slock Exchange, 66 Broadway and
17 New Street, New York.
E. BALDWIN IIAMMITT, Manager,
Western New Eng-land Branch : Headquar
ters: Suite (ki-69 In) la Ulock. Hartford. Couu
M. II. Hughes, Representative,
65 Silica Blk., Barre, Vt.
fspeculatnrs slwniUl write or call for copy of
latest market letter now ready for delivery
I'nion I'aeilio, Missouri racinc, ft. ram, j-enn-xvlVaiii.i,
Aumlcamiited Copper and Sugar are
iii KfoekA metilioued.
hpeeial attention given to speculative ac
FREDERICK R. TIBBITTS
21, 22 and 23 Ames Building, Boston.
Wabash R. R.
Trains Pass in Full View of World's
The Best mi Quickest Route from Northern
Vermont to St. Louis and the West.
Low Rates now in effect to the Pacific
r-.. -r,'l tW Western Points. No
lUdai 11V4 uutv. -
extra charge to go via St. Louis. Ask
your local Ticket Agent or apply to
H. B. McOellan, G.E.A., New York.
t t u.d.. u w f p A ) 17A WAshinrtott 5t
J. E. Barry, H.LToutist Agt. 1 Boston, Mass.
Pntatnp":. Acoles. Butter and Eggs.
Hav toueht in carload lots. Address
W. E. BARNES, JR.,
W ) f
, 1832 Eroad St., Providence, R. I.
CJearii.. D. Mnrean a Dioliop.
Siu-iiifielii. 111., J)i,'. Rev. George
I. Morjun, lretfir vt Christ church, of
New Haven. Conn., lins Iwn plectrd
bishop coaiijntor of the Kpi"opal dio
cere 6f Sprinstield by th synod. I'.isli
op Soyitionr, on account of his ad
vanced as' anil hc extra duties de
volving upon hiui, had urged the p-
ointment of a bishop coadjutor.
Another Ottans Fire victim.
Ottawa, ('int.. Im 4. A woman
named Davis, who was employed a a
domestic at the Ottawa university, has
not yet been found, and it U fi-ared
lliat slip peii-lied in the fire. All the
other sufferer are doing as well as
could be expected except Father Fuli
ham, who in In a critical condition.
ESTATK OF 1. AZRO CAStP.
Tb6 undi rsit'iied, havlnjr been appointed by
the Hon. Probate Court for the distriet. of WaMt
imrtoti, Conimif-Nionern, to reeeire, examine and
adjust all claims and demand of all persons
against the estate of I. Ar.ro Camp, late of
the Town of Jlarre, In iaid littriet. dece;ueii,
and all claims exhibited in oftset thereto, here
by pive notice that we wili meet for the pnrpos-
aforesaid at the ofliee of O. It. Heed, in the
( iiy of liarre, in said I'istrict, on the 12th day of
December and 7th day of May next, from
one o'clock P. M., until four o'clock P. M., each
of said days, and that six mouths from the lsth
day of Novemtter, A. 1. VMM, ts the time limited
liv said Court for said creditors to present their
claims to us fur examination and allowance.
Dated at the City of Barre this 21st day of
November, A. I). 1IKW.
OKAMKI, H. RKD,!., ,
W. K. SHKPaKD, , commissioners.
Bat. Xo7.!il-28, Dec. 5.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
Thb Timf.s will puldish Wants, lost and
Tound, For Kale, To tjrt, etc. short advertise
mentsat the. rate of four lines for twenty-rive
cents for the lirst insertion and live cents for
each subsequent insertion.
11 AY FOR SAI.B-In bale or in bulk. .1.11.
Noble, 101 South Main street. fcatf
FOR SALE One set traverse alehrhx, suitable
for livery purposes, in om1 shape, cheap. D.
A. Perry Heal llstate Agency. 21tf
FOR SALE Second-hand safe, just right for
small business or residence, as iood as new. To
see safe and for further particulars call at the
D. A. Perry Keal r.state Agency, oiuce in or
den's block. " X-Ttf
Ft.tR SALE Good drivinp horse. Can tie
driven by a woman safelv. Vt ill be sold cheap
for cash. Apply to t. J". Jones, City Hall. UAKf
FOR SALE Cheap, one Glenwood Heater,
nearlv new. Apply to Harvey (Jay, eor. Park
aw! Tremont streets. i'liiu
FOR SALE Sleiuti for sale. Inquire of John
Worcester, South liarre. 21tt6
FOR SALE Hetail nionutnental shop, locat
ed in the finest section of New Hampshire. A
chance of a lifetime for a practical man with
some business push. For particulars apply to
Swingle S ralc.oner, tuincv, Mass., or to s. h.
liarkvr, Faruiington, N. 11. ' 213t8
FOK SALE Two harness, one wagon, one
wheelbarrow, one nice lord dotr and a Parker
hamuierless gun. W. F, Sbepard, Aduir. lUtitf
FOR SALE St. Bernard tmns for salo at L.
I. C ale's, W illiaruttown, Vt. , t'Mi
FOR SALE A food niedlmn-siwd parlor
coal stove, cheap, at Dr. Hanson's otliec, Wood
DIOCK. , iii-.'H
VOK SALE Nice hav. course and fine.
secured without a drop of rain on it. Apply to
fc. t arieton, 21 Jiijrtuand Avenue. issti
EOR S s I.K Two borses. work harness, two
sets of driving harness and buggy. Apply to
James Summers, 4H Franklin St. 1'JTU
FOR SALE Mv entire rig forbanlinirprantre,
consisting of heavy borses, harness, wagons and
sleds, i'aul lemeo, aiontpener, vt. lJbti
KOIT.H CCRHINO Wildbur & Son, East
Barre. will furnbh much curb stone to any
part of Barre City for 2Sc per foot. (r.'pstf
FOR SALE AT CASSIE FARM.
Milk Our wagon delivers twice a day.
Hay Delivered promptly in bulk.
Shetland Ponies From imported stock.
Pics and Situates Hy the registered sire
Barre Jim. O. I. W. C.
( ollie Pons Sable and wmte, rrom rectstereu
took. Apply to George Cassie, East Street.
FOR SALE OR TO KENT House and bam
and aliout vo acre of land, within ten minutes'
walk of W iliiamstowu station and post-office.
Apply to J. B. Brookway, W illiainstown. wtt
PLtTC GLASH FOH ALK A lot it random
sires a very tow prjee It ts"en at. onc w list
sine d' von want? UNION M UK, "IONS and
AWNINOs. . H. A. BuiTR. If French St iftWif
Order early, as stijiply Is limited.
A. VV. ALLEN, Sunnvside Farm.
Telephone 1H-3. -''tf
TO RENT Sixteen-rooni house, with barn, in
good shape, at corner of Pleasant and Brook
streets. Apply to E. L. Dinamore. . 220tti
TO RENT-Five-room tenement in Maple
Greve, in excellent condition. A bargain tor
winter. Harvey Hcrsey, 57 East St. lWStf
TO RENT Small tenement on Orange street,
five minutes walk from sheds on Hatchelder's
meadow. Contains four rooms besides bath
and storeroom. Rent $3.00. Apply at 18 High
land Avenue. VASui
TO RENT To right parties, tenement of four
rooms, with bath, newly painted and varnished.
Inquire of A. Williamson, Currier St. 'ArMi
TO RENT Fire-room tenement at. No. S
Laurel street. Inquire at 6 1-atirel street, or of
I. O. Wales, . 'JOStf
TO RENT Six-room tenement on Ayers
street, ready the tint of December, with all
modern improvements. Inquire of W. R. Urtd
ley, 10 Spaulding St. 2tWlf
TO KENT Furnished room, furnace heat and
electric lights. Inquire at 38 Summer St. LWtO
FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT In the Morse
Block. Heat, electric lights and use of bath.
Inquire of W. G. Kimball, Morse block. 20t;tf
TO RENT Tenements of five or six rooms on
Prospect street with or without barn. Also
tenement on Church street, with all modern
improvements. Vacant December 1st. Apply
to Abiam Mann, 119 Prospect street. '2Wtf
TO RENT One tenement, SC.50 per month,
and one for fi.OO per month, near store at
South Barre. Inquire of K. A. Lane. Tele
phone 305-12. 201tf
TO RENT Three or four-room tenement in
Averill building. Spring, also sof t water tank.
Call on i.. M. Averill. VX,tt
TO RENT Oillces, large or small. Two or
three, separate or connected. Society Hall,
small, at right price. Apply to L. M. Averill.
TO RENT Eight-room tenement, cor. Sum
mer and l'earl streets. Furnace heat, bath hot
and cold water, set range. Inquire A. il. Hua
icll, third floor new Duziell block, 210tf
TO RENT One five-room tenement and one
six-room tenement. Apply to A. II. Burell,
new Unwell block, third floor, l'earl St. lisilf
TU RENT Tenement. at No. 47 Elm street.
Electric lights, barn, garden, etc. Those hav
ing small children need not apply. Dr. O. If.
TO RENT Verr desirable tenements, corner
Summer stteet and Keith Ave. Contain 5 and
rooms each, one up and other down stairs. Will
rent to right parties. Inquire of D. A. Perry
Real Estate Agency. lsotf
T I.KXT tnt np-staira tenement of four
ronni. lient $7.00. Aiex. Morton, Ci H!a-k-I
well street. -I'.'ttj
TO HKNT Two new teiieiiieiits of six rnonis
each. on Cranite tre.'t. Modern improve meitts.
Apply to t liai ses .aiaeoni, Uratiite St. iflTW
TO KENT Small rear up-,tairH tenement.
Man anil wife preferred. Apply to W. .
Kidder, 3:2 JNorth Jlaiu street. 2l7tf
j TO RKNT Tenement of six rooms, besides
bath-room, in tirt-cius sl ai-e. Hot water enn-
I nei-tious. IiKjuire of H. 11. Foreyth, Urmik
TO KKNT Tenement of four rooms at No. 8
Itarrineon avenue. Also one of six rooms.
Apply to C. W. Mekber, l'ark street, lrstf
TO Kl" NT-Heated five-room tenement in
finmite Week. Api'Iy at tiranite havings Itatik
& 'I rust Co. lUfilf
TO RKNT-Small teiieun nt at 150 South Main
street. Inquire. illSti
TO RKNT Cottaice on Silver street.
Dec. 1st. 8. I). Allen.
TO KENT A cottage of six rooms and bath.
riot ami com water. o. 4 r.jmore kuci-i., n 111 j
li v.uant Ol'i.. imi. fli(nj avonxrnj p.. .on
TO RENT Five-room tenement at :(0 Mer
chant street, in first-class shape. Apply to G.
VV. Mann, 14 Wellington street 2I4lf
TO PENT Nice six-room tenement, No. 2
Averill M., up stairs. For particulars, apply to,
or address, C. A. Gale, !tf Itarre St., Motitpeher,
TO RENT Tenement of seven rooms in first
class shape, at 17 Foss street. Apply to G. W.
Mann, la Wellington street. 207tf
TO RENT Six -room tenement, bath, hot and
cold water, and all modern improvements. Ap
plv to Scott A Townsend, corner Main and
Granite Sts. l'.3tf
TO RENT Two tenements at the corner of
Washington and SpauUlnig Sts. Inquire of W.
G. Parker. 187tf
TO RENT A five-room tenement with bath
In good location. Inquire of M. Garvey, 46
l'earl street. 8stf
TO RENT A six-room cottage, same as new.
Spring and city water. Also a tenement of
four or live rooms. Inquire at Vt Maple Ave. or
19 Plain St. Also two wagons and three sleighs
for sale cheap. 21i;tltf
TO RENT Tenement down stairs, at No. 9
Short St. Apply to.Mr. Burgess at White star
TO RENT Two front ofttce rooms recently
occupied by E. E. Perry. Eastman Bros. VMtt
Tenement on Patterson street.
Tenement on Ayers street.
Tenement on Park Place.
ItK.itf Apply at Phelps Brothers'.
FOR RENT Six-room down-stairs tenement
at :(4 Perry street, for only $8.00 per month.
Seven-room houpe which can be used for two
tenements, with barn, on Bassett street.
Desirable six room tenement at No. 105 Brook
Street, for $12 00.
Seven-room cottage at 68 Railroad street, in
Up-statrs tenement with bath on Webster St.,
for 10. -
l'p-sfair tenement with bath on Highland
Ave., for 12.50 per month.
Desirable tenement at 70 Prospect street for
Apply to r. A. Perry Real Estate Agency,
(iordon Block, l.'ifitf
W ANTED An elderly lady for general house-
work. At once. Steady employment and go d '
wages to the right party, inquire oi n.. c '.jv
son. or Dr. Goodrich. 2 3tii
WANTED Men willing to work, positively
make $2,000 to ?s,0o0 per year selling our just
patented machine. Eagle Tool Co., B 'M. Cin
cinnati, O. 22otl
WANTED Man to run a Lane traveling der
:ck. Apply to J. P. Corskie & Son. i20UJ
WANTED Good granite carver. State wages
and experience. Clias. U. Blake & Co., Chi
cago, 111. 217U
WANTED Young girl to do housework Ad
dress P. O. Box 385. Slfitf
WANTED Two first-class granite carvers at
once. Apply to Smith Bros. Granite Co., Burn
ham's Sleadow. 21Ct3
WANTED Thirty stiethers to make Perfec
tion Wrappers. No experience necessary.
Pleasant and steady work with good pay. Ap
ply at once. true Mfg. Co., Waterbury,
WANTED Voung lady would like place to
do general housework. Apply at g Shnrtlen
Place. 22M -
POSITION WANTED A gentleman of long
experience in the granite business as retailer
and on the road would like a position as travel
ing man for some good rirm. Address "tiran
ite," Times Office, Barre. 21tit(i
WANTED Young lady would like place to
do general housework. Apply at lstl Silver
WANTED Bv a voting man, about 21 years of
age, a place to work in a store. Speaks, reads
and writes both Italian and English. Address
P. Russo, 21U North Main St., barre, Vt. 2irUi
WANTED Girl would like place to do gen
eral housework or wait on, tabic. Apply at 95
Currier street. 214W
WAN TED Position as d. e. bookkeeper.
References troin last employer. Inquire at
tiiis otlice. 212tU
WANTED Place to work for board while
attending school. Address, "School," Times
WANTED Agents, ladies or gentlemen, to
work in eitv for reliable Chicago house. Salary
io $76 "Inquire o A. D. McQueen, 4 Averifl
WANTEDFerson to call on retail trade for
manufacturing house: salary $20, puid weekly;
expense money advanced; previous experience
unnecessary. Standard, SA Dearborn Street,
WANTED At once, two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Apply to "M. E.
H." Times cilice. awt3
MISS MUX A BARKER has dressmaking
rooms in the rear of the Hale Block on Pearl
street. Telephone 102-4. SOOtf
DRKSSMAEING WANTED Mrs. Wheeler
and Miss McAllister will go out dressmaking
bv the dav. all at or address 30 Averill street,
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Between Saturday night and Monday
night, a pocket-book containing SM two $10,
two $5 and two ! bills. Finder please leave
with John Isackson.S Laurel street, and receive
$6.00 reward. 2Ht3
LOST An ad instable gold bracelet, on Main
street, Saturday night. Finder please return
to Times ofliee. 214tCJ
j.OST A meerschaum pipe, last Thursday,
Nov. Ill, on Ormirte street. Finder please leave
at Times office and be rewarded. S. Fori tana,
George St. 213PJ
FOUN D A small, dark-red heifer strayed in
to my premises, which owner is notified to call
and reclaim, bv proving property and paying
charges. Apply to John McLennan, Gallowgate
Farm, Barre, Vt. - 2ot3
I,osT A pocket-book, containing a sum of
monev and papers valuable only to the owner,
on the 8. 20 train between Nortbllebl and Barre,
Finder notify Levi Blanch), Noitiilicld, Vt.,and
be rewarded. . 201 tti
BARRE SWiiIGS OAHK & TRUST GO.
OFFICE IN E0L5TER ILOCK, BAREJE, VT. ' .
Vi percent Paid on Deposits. Began business Peb. 27, '93
I. HORY JACXSCN, Presideut. GEORGE ROXANP, Vke President.
F. G. HOWLAND, Trea-Hurer. C J. LEASE. Assistant Treasurer.
; Directors: J. HENRY JAO50N, GEORGE HOWLAND. BURT H. WELLS. HOSIER FITTS,
B. A EASTMAN, E. W. BISBEfc, W. G. REYNOLDS, GEORGE MILNE,
F. G. HOWLAND.
First Class Real Estate Mortgages, 5 per cent
U ATEMKN'T JULY 1, 1003.
Real Estate Loans, all
in Vermont $458,646.54
Loans to cities and towns 61,600 00
Other loans 163,296.36
U. S. 2 per cent. Bonds
at par 23,800 00
Other U. S. Bonds 13,897.36
Municipal Bonds 324,771.95
Bank Stock at par 12,940.00
Funds on hand 42,097.09
All our Mortgage Loans are made on Improved property in the state of Vermont.
Interest is credited to depositors April 1st and October lBt in eacn year, thus giving depoel
tors compound Interest.
We pay all taxes on deposits not exceeding $2,000.
We should lie pleased to do business with you. -
For Sale, lew Cottage ! j
Only $1200.00, to rent until paid for.
This property is located on Windsor Terrace,
off Prospect Street. Has been completed
but a few days and the owner wishes to dis
pose of it at once. The house contains six
rooms and is finished in hard pine. Good
cellar under whole. Porch on front and on
side. This will make a nice home for any
one. Let us show it to you before it is
D. A. PERRY RmmATE AGENGY,
Rooms 8 and 9, Gordon Block, - - Barre, Vermont.
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t 1 i 1
SEVEN-R00"! COTTAGE on Warren Street. Has ken built but a
few years. A great bargain at $900.00. Part payment down and the
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE, on Ayer St., eight-room cottage, finished
in hard pine. Hard wood floors, bath, electric lights, set tubs, hot
water connections, cemented cellar, piped for furnace and farnace pit.
Painted two coats. Price $2100.00. Part payment down, balance easy.
Rooms II and
We are selling Horse Blankets cheaper than ever before.
We can fit your horse and your pocket book, and our Street
Blankets are the best on the market.
SAWS AND AXES.
We also have a large invoice of Saws of all kinds and a full
line of Axes.
PRINDLE & AVERILL,
81 North Main Street, - -. - Barre, Vermont.
. Some agents say 'The Best Companies," others
"The Strongest," and still others "The Largest
Companies." I simply say
J. W. DILLON, Agent.
Representing $465,490,117.39 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.
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus Fund 5,000.00
Undivided Profits 7,255.66
Dividends unpaid ' 972.00
12, Bolster Block.
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