TnS JJAHI1E DAILY TIMES, DEC. 17
...ITSST. Mile Block. Telephone
oUJoa and residence.
LEWIS D. MARTIN,
tiSTBOPATEIC PHYSICIAN. OI
e la Kooia 85, Miles' Bulldlnir.
:Iica bourn, 9 . in. to 12 m and 1.30
.o 4 p. n., Monday, Tuesday, 1 ban
day and Friday. Telephone con
nection. 3. H. A BEAr.H,
EXPERIENCED N0E8E. No. 103
Booth Main street, Barre, Vermont.
Telephone call, 12-2.
ATroaNKV-AT-LAW. Office In
Wood Block, orer Ladd'a tore.
Jnstloe, notary and stenographer
i In office.
ID L. PAGE,
CONTBACTOa AND ' BDILDEB
Office and Residence, 34 Highland
I Avenue. Telephone call, 4-3.
; BEQISTEKED BHOEINQ SMITH.
Knee-cattlng, Interfering, clicking,
etc., positively cored. Diseased leet
treated witb success. Trotters, pa
cers and gentlemen's roadsters
specialty. Shop on Seminary 8t.
J A. FIELD,
mtractor and Builder.
Office and residence, 82 Patterson
St. Telephone 157-4.
;TIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEX.
F. G. Sc C H. ROWELL,
$8 Summer St., Barre, Vermont.
II. E. JEFFORDS,
Tainting: . and Paper Hanging
And Calsoinlnlng. A share
oi your patronage Is solicited.
Thurston Place, - Barre, Vermont.
0. A. WILKINSON,
CAKRIAQB AND 8I0N PAINTING.
Calsominlnir and decorating. House
painting and paper hanging spec
laity. The best work at moderate
prices. Shop above the covered
hrldge, 8o. Main street, Barre.
HENRY FRENIER & SON,
DNDEKTAEEES, funeral directors
and furnishers ot funeral supplies.
Night calls promptly attended to.
No. 18 Orsnlte street, Barre, Vt.
Residence op stairs. Telephone, 13 B.
Fall and Winter Woolens
v Suits and Overcoats to
order, $14.00 and up.
C, W. E0YEA, Merchant Tailor,
Ladies wishing a Good Fitting
Garment are invited to call at
Ho. 2 Eastman Block, - - Barre, Yt.
. A. CHURCHILL & CO.,
I ELECTRICALSUPPLIES. Successors
ia O. T. Briggs. Telephone 15-3 or 2074
Basement Worthea Block, Barre.
JUST RECEIVED, CARLOAD
CORTLAND CART SLEIGHS
From Watertown. Prices to compete with
anyone. Also second-liana sieiens, nearly new
Alia nice line of Carriages ami Robes tor sate-
H.F.CUTLER'S Livery, Rear City Hotel.
All kinds of Parlor, Coal and Wood
Heaters. Also 200 Cook Stoves.
B. G. DURKEE,
360 North Main St., Barre, Vermont.
TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE.
Central Vermont Railroad.
Trains leaving: Barre for White River Junc
tion, Boston, New York and all Intervening
points a 8 3ft a m , 13 m. and 1101 a.m. Local
train lor White River Junction ana Windsor
and intermediate staUons leaves at 6.60 p. m. ,
Trains leave lime for Burlington, St. Al
bans, Bonnes Tolnt and Ogdensbnrg at 8.35
a. m. and 3.06, 830 asd 1 01 a.m. Trains con
nect at Ei je for points on Rutland road and
the D.80 connects with New York train for
Montreal and points west leaves Barre at
8.05, 6.30 and 11 m.
For Willlamstown leave Barre 1 20 and 4.38
p. m. Leave Wllllainstown at 7.20 a. m. and
Montpelier Wells River Railroad,
Commencing June '&, 1903.
Trains leave Bsrre for Wells River, con
necting at that point wit trains going; both
north and south, at 7 30 a m , 13.45 and 8 15 p.
m. The 1'2.4j train connects with train for Bos
ton, and notth for Lisbon, Littleton, sahyans
and Lancaster, also with Montreal express, and
the 7.30 and 3.15 trains with St. Jobnsbury
trains. - .
Trains leave Barre for Monlpelier at 7.80,
10.20 a. m., VIM. 8.1, 4 10 and 5.30 p. m.
Klectrlo Street Railway.
Oars leave square in Barre for Montpelier a.
15 minutes of and 15 minutes part the bona.
Leave Montpeltor for Barrel on thebourand
hall hour nutu 10 p. in.
United States Depository
or value is the honest
dollar. Its value
guaranteed by Uncle
Sam but he sets no
limit on its earning
power nor does he en
sure its owner sgainst
The National Bank
is organized to take
care 0 the deposits oi
its customers and in
crease the earnings or
It is established on
a firm financial basis
having a capital of
$ 100,000.00 and sur
solicits the accounts
of individuals, firms
1 lev h
Deposit books issued, interest credited
Jan. 1 and July 1 in each year at the rate
ot 3 i-j per cent per annum.
Drafts on London a specialty.
f. C. MOWIAND, Cutler.
The old safe at home should
now be discarded for a
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX
which will cost you a mere
trifle. Call and examine
those lor rent by the
GRANITE SAVINGS BANK &
Prices : S3.00, tU.OO and 8.100 Per Tear,
JOHN TROW, President;
H. o. worUiiE.N, viee-i-re.;
H. 1. WOODRUFF, Treasurer,
JOHN TROW. H. O. WORTHEN,
A. 1. UHME, V. JL. . I KrU P.K.
W. A. WH1TCOMB, FRANK F. CAVE.
10V per cent.
semi-annually of 5!4 per cent
Present rate should be Increased
within the year. Your dividend
guaranteed and principal protected
through a "trust fund" of Thirty
"An investment, not a
The " plan" founded on the law of
averages same as that of life insur
auce Send for booklet to
Hammitt, Hills Block, Hartford.
M. H. HUGHES, Representative,
55 Miles' Blk., Barre, Vt.
Write or call for a copy of latest market letter
regarding Amalgamated Copper, Copper Range,
American Telephone & Telegraph, Atchison,
Pennsylvania and New York Traction Stocks.
fipeelal attention given to speculative ac
counts. FREDERICK R. TIBBITTS
21,22 and 23 Ames Building, Boston.
Wabash R. R.
Trains Pass in Fall View of World's
. Fair Buildings.
The Best and Quickest Routt from Northern
Vermont to St. Loais and the West.
Rates via the Wabash are as low as
any. No extra charge to go via St. Louis.
Berth to Chicago in Toujist car for $ 2. 7 5.
Ask your" local Ticket Agent or apply to
H. B. McCkllan, G.E.A., New York.
J. D. McBeath, N.LP.A., 1 176 Washington St.
J. L Barry, N.EJourist Agt j Boston, Mass.
Fast Twin Screw Mail and Passenger Steam
ers. 14,2x0 tons i 600 feet long. Remarkable for
steadiness. Rooms upper decks aiiiichihlpsi
SAXONIA sails Dec. 29; Mar. t.
t'l.TONIA (third class onlv lire. 22; Jan. 2.
1VKRN1A sails from New York City Jan 9th.
Plans, sailing, etc., 126 State St., Boston,
Mass., Alexander Martin, A cent, or S. 8. Bal
lard's Htcamship Apenev, Miles' Block, Barre,
or New LangUou Block, Montpeller.
Wit Himerer Hanged.
Media, Ta., Doc. 10. Jease Green, col
ored, wuo was convicted at the June
term of the Delaware county court foi
the murder of his wifa in Chester, hat
been lian?od. The death sentcne was
first set for Nov. 17, but Governor Iu
nynacker granted a respite.
The snmial mei'tlne of the stockholders of
The I'enples' National Rank of Barre will be
held at tlieir banking rooms, Worthen hlock,
on Tuesday, January 12th, ltKM. at 10 o'clock A.
M., lor the purpose of electing directors for the
ensuing year and to do any other proper busi
ness. C. W. MELCHKK, President.
FOUR LINES FOR 25 CENTS
Thr Timfs will publish Wants, Lost and
Found, For Sale, To Let. etc short advertise.
ments at the rate of four !ins for twenty-hve
cents for the first insertion and five cents for
each subsequent insertion.
FOR PALE A few tons of nice har. ten
Rhode Islmid Red Cockerels, two slelehss and
one heavy two-horse sled. C. Carleton, 21 II in
land avenue. fcstf
FOR fiALK, Two watrons and three eleiirhs.
cheap. Apply at 45 Maple Avenue or 19 Plain
FOR BALK Kipress sleieh. Inoulre of W.
H. Hoisinpton, 201 North Main street. 226
FOR HALK Two harness, one watron. one
Sleigh one wheelbarrow, one nice bird doe
and a rarker hamiuerless gun. W. F. Bbepard,
HAY FOR fA LR In bale or in bulk. J. B.
Noble, 101 South Main atreet. 222tf
FOR SALE Seconii-haad safe, mst rlcht for
small business or residence, as jrood ss sew To
see safe snd for further particulars call at the
1. A. Perry Real F.state Agency, office in Gor
don's block. 221tf
FOR SALE Good driving horse. Can be
drlren by a woman safely. Will tie sold cheap
for cash. Apply to C. P. Jones, City Hall, i'.utf
s . i crt i.r. jd j mure riir lor nauunfErraniie,
ensigtin)t of heay horses, liarness, wagons and
sleds. I'aul Terrieo, Montpelier, Vt. lititf
I." . 1 . C.TV U ,1 . . . . . ,, ..
ROUGH Ct'RBING Wildbnr Son, Fst
Barre, will furnifh rongh curb stone to any
part of Barre City for 2se per foot. 92p3tf
FOR BALK AT CASSIE FARM.
' Milk Our wap-on delivers twice a day.
Hay beli Tered promptlT in bulk.
Shetland Ponies From imported stwk.
Pijrs and Khoates By the registered sire
Barre Jim, (. I. W.C.
Collie lups Sable and white, from registered
stock. Apply to George Cassie, East Street.
FOR SAI.K OR TO RENT Honse and barn
and about 20 acre of land, within ten minntes'
waik of Williamstown station and poet-ofbee.
Apply to J. B. Brockway, Williaiustown. Litf
PLATS GLASS KOS HA LE-A lot of random
sluts a very low price If tnken stones What
size d you want? UNION MADE H1QNS and
AWNINGS. H. A. Rugg, 14 French St. 21Wif
HOMK GROWN CELERY.
Crisp and tender.
SWEDISH TURNIPS. TABLE BEETS.
A. W. ALLEN, Sunnyside Farm.
Telephone 114-3. Vefiit
TO RENT First-class tenement, with all
modern Improvements, to riirht p.irtv. at No. 1
Church strevt. Apply to Dr. Stickney, No. 60
TvasuingioD street. z.atl
TO RENT Furnished room, with steam heat.
hot and cold water and uee of bath. Apply at
ii .nurcu strees. 'sm
STONE SHEDS TO RENT Sheds heated by
steam, and some that are not. Located at foot
of Granite street. Steam power derricks, new
air compressor with capacity of rOOcuble feet
per minute. For further particulars apply to
Thomas Carroll ou the premises. Xiltf
TO RENT Four-room tenement witn bath
and new pantry. Perry Jk Stribner sprinn
water. Inquire of JUarv K. Bald v. In, 175 wash-
ington street. 23Utf
TO KENT Two furnished rooms, furnace
heat, electric lights. Inquire at 34 Keith ave
TO RENT Tenement of BTe rooms. Electric
lights, but and cold water. Rest tenement iu
block. Low rent. Inquire at Smith Bro's Mar
ket, 30" North Main street. Ifcaitf
TO RENT At 6 Srauldine street, tenement
of eight rooms. Inquire at No. 8 Spautding
TO RENT Siiteen-room house, with barn, in
good scape, at corner of Pleasant and Brook
streets. Apply to K. L. Dinsmore. IfAHfi
TO RENT Five-room tenement in Maple
Greve, in excellent condition. A bargain for
inter. Harvey Hersey, 67 hlast St. l6tf
TO RENT To right parties, tenement of fonr
rooms, with ba'h. newly painted and varnished.
Inquire of A. Williamson, Currier St. 5Mtt3
TO RENT Five-room tenement at No. 3
Laurel street. Inquire at S Laurel street, or of
I. O. Wales. IMntf
TO RENT Rix-room tenement on Ayers
street, ready the first of December, with all
modern improvements. Inquire of W. R. Had
lev, 10 Spaukling St. 2U8tf
TO RENT Furnished room, furnace heat and
electric lights. Inquire at 38 Summer St. 20016
TO RENT One tenement, $6.50 per month,
and one for 7.W) per month, near store at
South Barrr. Inquire of K. A. Laue. Tele
phone 305-12. 20itf
TO RENT Five-rootn tenement at 30 Mer
chant street. In Hrst-class shape. Apply to G.
w . Mann, i ri emngion street. vntr
TO RENT Tenement of four rooms at No. 8
riarrlngnn avenue. Also one of six rooms.
Apply to O. W. Melcher, 20 Park street. 17Stf
TO RENT Heated five-rooni tenement In
Granite Block. Apply at Granite Savings Bank
& Trust Co. 215tf
TO RENT Six-room tenement, bath, hot and
cold water, snd all modern improvements. Ap
plT to Scott & Townseud, corner Mam and
Granite Sts. " l'J3tf
TO RENT Two new tenements of six rooms
each, on Granite street. Modern improvements.
Apply to Charles Zanleoni, Granite St. 217t6
TO RENT Small tenement on Orange street,
five minutes walk from sheds on Batchelder's
meadow. Contains four rooms braides bath
and storeroom. Rent $9.00. Apply at 18 Hiu'h-
iaod Avenue. zistu
TO RENT Nice six-room tenement, No. 2
Averill St., up stairs. For particulars, apply to,
or address, C. A. Gale, 19 Ilarre St., Montpelier,
TO RENT A tenement of fonr or five rooms.
Inquire at 4S Maple Ave. or 19 Plain St. Also
two wagons and three sleighs for sale cheap.
KO RENT Three rooms suitable for office
purposes. Inquire at 1'rindle & AveriU's. 223tf
XV) Ur. I iioon up-siaus iruriueiii. yti
rooms. Rent $7.00. Alex. Morton, 62 Black
well street. 2l'Jt
TO RENT Tenement of six rooms, besides
bath-room, in first-class shape. Hot water con
nections. Inquire of S. 11. Forsyth, 8 Brook
street. - lorftf
TO RENT Very desirable tenesients, corner
Summer street and Keith Ave. Contain 5 and 6
rooms each, one up and other down stairs. Will
rent to rlcht parties. Inquire of 1). A. Perry
Real Estate Agency. lsotf
TO RENT Two tenements at the corner of
Washington and Spaulding Sts. Inquire of W.
O. Parker. 187tC
TO RENT A live-room tenement with bath
In good location. Inquire of M. Garvev, 46
Pearl street. Slt .
TO R F.N'T Tenement of seven rooms in first
rlass shape. t 17 Fuss street. Apply too. W.
Maim, Vj Wellington tn-et. 207tf
TO RENT Offices, lares or small. Two or
three, eeparate or connected. Society Hall,
small, at right price. Apply to L. M. Averill.
TU REHT-Tenement at No. 47 Elm street.
Electric lights, barn, garden, etc. Those hav
ing small children need not apply. Dr. O. H.
TO RENT Tenement down stairs, at No.
Short St. Apply to.Mr. Burgess at White Star
TO RENT Fnrnished room, with electric
light. Apply at 2t Men hant street. 224t
Tenement on Patterson street.
Tenement on Ayers street.
Tenement on Park Place.
lflOtf Apply at Phelps Brothers'.
FOR RENT Six-room down-stairs tenement
at 34 Perry street, for only f K 00 per month.
Seven-room house which can be used for two
tenements, with barn, on Bassett street.
Ix'sirahle sin room tenement at No. 105 Brook
Street, for (12 00.
Seven-room cottage at ES Railroad street, in
Up-stairs tenement with bath on Webster St.,
for 1 10.
I p-stair tenement with bath on Highland
Avb., for J12.MJ pr month.
Desirable tenement at 70 Prospect street for
Apply to D. A. Terry Real Estate Agency,
Gordon Block, lMtf
WANTED Girl for general housework. None
but capable girl need applv. $3 a week. Apply
to Mrs. N. D. Phelps, id Park street. 23Hf
WANTED Girl for general hoUBework. Ap
ply to C. N. Scott, East Barre. 231tf
WA NTED A bright, active young man, sin
'le, from 18 to 22 years, to drive baker's wagon.
esty and sobriety. ood wages and s eady em
ployment. Apply by letter, in own handwTit-
K, emunK ui, iriririici-u. voum. r..
Atibott, Baker and Confectioner, 23e Eighth
Avenue. New York Cit.v. or to V. E. Avrn.
Barre, Vt. 23116
WANTED Girl for general housework. Ap
ply at once at 20 Maple avenue. 229U
LADIES AND GENTS We par S12 rer Lino
cash, copving at home; everything furnlshedr
send stamp. Monarch Supply Co., Sta. 3,
Worcester, Mass. 22Ut8
WANTED A first-class letterer, fast and re
liable, to go West. Steady work and desirable
job for good man. Pneumatic tools. Hovt &
Lebourveau. . 227t6
WANTEI Man with references for commer
cial salesman. Well known bouse; salary (24
weekly; expenses advanced. The National,
Caxton Bldg., Chicago. 22418 ,
WANTED An elderlv lady for general house
work. At once. Stea!y employment and good
wages to the right party. Inquire of E. C. GIvs
own, or iir. uoouricu. jto
WANTKD Good granite carver. State waives
and experieuce. Chas. G. Blake & Co., Chi-
cago, IU. 217t3
WANTED Young girl to do housework Ad
dress V. O. Box 3i5. 21Ctf
WANTED Two first-class granite carvers at j
once. Apply to Smith Bros. Granite Co., Burn
ham's Meadow. 21it3
WANTED Thirty sticthers to make Perfec
tion Wrappers. No experience necessary.
Pleasant and steady work with good pav. Ap-
at once. True Mfg. Co., VVaterhiiry,
WANTED Position as stenographer and
hook-keeper. References given. Inquire at
Times otiice. 231tf
W" ANTED Young lady would like place to
do general housework. Apply at 8 aburtleu
POSITION WANTED A gentleman of long
experience in the granite business as Tetailer
and on the road would like a position as travel
ing man for some good Hrm. Address " Gran
ite," Times Oflice, Barre. 216tfi
WANTED Yonng lady would like place to
do general housework. Apply at Lai Silver
WANTED By a young man, about 21 years of
age, a place to work In a store. Speaks, reads
and writes both Italian and English. Address
P. Kusso, 219 North Main St., barre, Vt. 2i5t6
WANTED Girl would like place to do (ten-
era! housework or wait on table. Apply at 95
turner street. ihu
WANTED Position as d. e. bookkeeper.
References from last employer. Inquire at
this office. 212t6
WANTED Agents, ladirs or gentlemen, to
work in city for reliable Cbii atro house. Salary
Sso to (75 Inquire of A. D. McQueen, 4 Averill
WANTED Person to call on retail trade for
manufacturing bouse; salary $20, paid weekly;
expense money advanced; previous experience
unnecessary. Standard, 334 Dearborn Street,
V jtX'TVIl ll,rfl i,,t rn,m tnrvntmi, iT,orri,ul
couple. Address P. O. Box 231, iskrro, Vt. 23ut6
WANTED At once, two o- three furnished
rooms for liirht housekeepinir. Apply to "M. E.
H." Times olllcc. 209t3
MISS MINA BARKER has dressmakine
rooms in the rear of the Hale Block on Pearl
Street. Telephone 102-4. 2O0tf
IRESSMAK1NU WANTED Mrs. Wheeler
and Miss McAllister will go out dressmaking
bv the dav. Call at or address 30 Averill street,
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Brindle and white bulldoc. 7 months
obi. ears and tail cut off. Answers to name of
Bill Bailey." Return to South End Hotel. 231 tf
LOST Gold-bowed spectacles in case marked
Mr. Orampton. St. .lolinsburv." between West
street and Congregational church. Finder re
turn to this otliue. 230tf
STRAYED FROM HOME A black and white
Beai; le hound. Iist seen down at Jones Broth
ers' sheds. Name on collar. Reward. Apply C.
ivt'im, 41 branch street, Barre, c. 230t
LOST A pair of trold-bowed classes. Fridav
niht, near The Otis or Main street. Finder
please leave at 110 South Main St., or Times of
fice and receive suitable rewaad. 22913
VfllTVll A Hut. .ninl tn tv ular.,.. Ownitr
can have same bv nrovine property and pavim;
charges. Dr. A. II. Lewis, Depot Sqr. 228t3
LOST A bunch of keys, between Seminary
street and Milano Hotel. Finder please leave
at rimes otuce. iiii
LOST Roval Arcanum watch charm. Finder
will be rewarded by returning same to A. H.
Richardson, 01 Essex St., Boston. 22M.3
LOST Lost Friday, a milkman's day book.
Finder please return to T. W. JDix or Times
For service, a Thoroughbred
At Geo. W. Bassett's Farm.
SAVINGS BANK & TRUST GO,
OFFICE LN E0L5TES ELOCK, EAFSE, VT.
3li percent Paid on Deposits. Began businessfeb.$27, '93
I. HENRY JACXSON, Fresiient. GEORGE H0W1AND, Vice FresiJent,
F. G. BOWLAKD, Treasurer. C J. LEASE, Assistant Treasurer.
Directors: J. EENRT JACKSON. GEORGE HOWLAND. BURTfL WELLS, HOMER FITTS,
B. A EA5TJ5AN, E. W. BISEEE. W. G. REYNOLDS. GEORGE RILNE.
F. G. EOWLAND.
First Class Real Estate
Real Estate Loans, all
Loans to cities and towns
U. S. 2 per cent. Eonds
Other U. S. Bonds
Bank Stock at par
Funds on hand
All onr Mortgage Loans sre made on Improved property In the state of Vermont.
Interest Is credited to dep,sltors April 1st and October 1st iu eac.n year, thus giving deposl
tors compound interest.
We pay all taxes on deposits not exceeding J2,010.
We should be pleased to do business with you.
Great " Farm larpin!
A farm of 150 acres, with extra good house new three
years ago. Will keep 25 cows and team. Large quantity
of wood land. Could tap 5000 maples. Is located only
about two and one-half miles from one of the hest villages
in Vermont. With the farm the owner wishes to sell 45
tons of good hay, all tools, including mowing-machine,
horse-rake, .harrow, plows, cultivator, wagons, sleds, sugar
utensils, etc. in fact the owner will include nearly every
thing necessary for carrying on a large farm. Price for all,
only $2000.00, Property must be sold to settle an estate.
D. A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Rooms 8 and 9, Gordon Block, - - Barre, Vermont.
Offers For Sale the Property
A new siz-room cottage on Newton street. Never has been occu
pied. It is finished No. 1 throughout. Price, only $1600.
A two tenement house on Seminary street. Five rooms in each
tenement, each separate. Bath room, hot water connections and cement
ed cellar bottom. Rents for $22.00 per month. Piice, only $2000.
Small payment down and balance easy. Will trade for a farm.
This will interest you. We will sell a six-room cottage, small barn
and about six building lots, well located for renting, for $1 150. $150
down and balance monthly without interest
If you want a Farm, come into our office and look
over our large list. All prices. '
Booms II and
'UiiCS PINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
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 $465,490,1 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.
Mortgages, 5 per cent
JULY 1, 100.3.
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus Fund . 5,000.00
Undivided Profits 7,255.66
Dividends unpaid 972.00
12, Bolster Block.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
Currier Block, - - Barre, Vermont.
A N C E.
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