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ORLEANS COUNTY MONITOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 7 ,1907
STAT 12 XKWS
fXXTIXfF.D FROM PAGE TWO.
3oy Kidnapper and Horae Thief.
it a two days' search by Deputy
uOC. Holmes and a score of
(8 Dear Swanton for a mysteri
Irs thief and kidnapper, Henry
15 years Oil, has been taken in
'.cdy, charged with stealing a
and rig owned by Amos Steels,
Parous farmer, at Skeels Cr
and taking 8-year-old Otcar
ban Lezotte of Winooski, against
;i, from his homo to S wanton
on, wher he was put out side
road. Beor was apprehended
horee department contained over 100
trotters, ovfr 100 Morgan horses and
folly 150 other fall bred horses. The
sheep exhibit was the most extensive
ever shown at a fair In New England
and exhibitors who makes the fairs
throughout the east stated that even
the great Rochester, N. Y., fair was
not equal in its exhibits to those
there. The poultry department
'showed between 1000 and 12C0 birds
of the various strains and this exhibit
is pronounced the best ever seen in
the state. The dog department was
also large, showing breeds that have
never been seen before in Vermont.
llford, Que., by Deputy Sheriff . .
I ... ', ' ' , 1 22,000. The automobile race was won
i s . cieei oi ingngaie, wno . Wa
instructed to follow the boy's
o that place. He was brought
Franklin jail at St. Albany
joy's parents live on a farm near
f Mr. Skeels. It is understood
oung Beor refuses to make any
New Mail Pouch Patented.
htent was issued to J. E. Harris
nville for a pouch Intended more
ially for Rural Free Delivery
s. Nothing of the kind was
atented or in nse for any pur
and rural or even city carriers
lnd It of immense advantage,
those who do not use a team
ining a sack are using ordinary
m or nana grips, keeping the
badly mixed and exposing it to
kinds of weathsr. Mr. Harris'
fit keeps the mall or any con
of the package entirely separate
sit It can be delivered in rotation
no water or snow can get in.
ianger of loss or mistake is also
nly averted. We understand Mr.
5s will endeavor to interest the
srnment in the Invention. In
meantime he will be glad to give
ne any desired Information on
Many Incendiary Fires.
e village or Jacksonville Is very
x exercised on account of a series
hcendiary fires which have oc
pd there within the past few
s. The last one, which occurred
day night, destroyed the barn of
ert J. Porter, situated in the cen
f the village. The fire was dis
ced about 10:30 o'clock in the
jj of the barn, and it was only by
hardest work on the part of near-
11 the inhabitants of the village
the adjoining house, owned by O.
.Vaste, and, in fact, the buildings
he north side of Main street, were
d. This is the fourth fire of the
that has occurred In Jacksonville
;.o July 31, and the people of that
ge are so alarmed that many of
did not leave their homes to
L the Valley fair in Brattleboro last
k. The attention of the state au
Hties has been called to the situa
and an effort will be made to
kify and punish the incendiary.
O. U. A. M. Meeting and Banquet.
ie state meeting ot tne Junior
er of United American Mechanics
held at Montpelier last week.
report of Arthur E. White of
itpelier, stato secretary, showed a
ient membership in the state of
a giin of 200 during the past year,
the report of C. J. King of
ver, tne treasurer, showed all
paid and $117 in the treasury.
feature of the meeting was a
Irlotlc addrea deliver d by Rev.
Hou2h of the Methodist church
Montpelier. The ollicers elected
o Supreme Councilor Giddings of
ingfleld, who succeeds himself;
I councilor, W. II. Jeffreys; secre
y, A. E. White; S. V. O , E. M.
usey; ward, E. B. Harvey; S. C.
id., II. L. Richardson; S. C. Treas.,
I. King; 8. C. I. S., George Hoyt;
Chaplain, E. C. Magoon; trus
, C. E. Harris; committee on laws,
N. Massey and C. E. Harris.
Vermont Bar Association Meets.
he annual meeting of the Vermont
r aseociation was held at Montpe-
last week. Officers elected were
follows: President, Alexander
nnett of St. Johnsbury; vice presi-
its, C. G. Austin of St. Albans, G.
Albee of Bellows Falls, F. A. II ow-
d of Montpelier; secretary, John
Mimnis of St. Albans; treasurer,
ram uarieion or .Monipeuer: n-
irian, E. II. Deavitf of Montpelier.
out 70 members of the bar were
sent. The addresses were highly
erestlcg and the banquet and after
ner speeches were not only full of
bat were a feast of reason. The
sent jadiciary system was gener-
jy thought to be a great improve-
nt on the old system and some
re changes were suggested. Sen
r W. P. Dillingham, Congressman
J. Foster, Interstate Commerce
mmlesioner Prouty and Lieutenant
Uernor Prouty were present.
The first annual state fair was held
White River Junction last week
d was a success despite the incle-
ncyof the weather. The heavy
ns for a week before made tne
ck very heavy and the racing waa
t fast and had to be continued til
Way to get off all the heats, and the
r waa contlnned four daya Instead
I ihx owi&2 to tha rainy day Toes-
i- Om 1000 eaUW Im !
B m '
by Walter B. Johnson of Essex Junc
tion. Ten miles was covered in 14
minutes and 31 seconds.
Victim of Football.
Leonard J. Clarkson, 21 years old, I
a member of tb.9 senior class of Nor
wlch university and manager of the
college football team, died Monday
forenoon at the Mary Hitchcock hos
pital at Hanover, N. H. Mr. Clark
son's home was in Portland, Conn.
On Saturday morning he went with
the team to Hanover to play Dart-
month. While attempting to. tackle
a runner he ruptured hia intestines.
Tbe physicians of the hospital at that
place decided upon an operation and
began It, but his condition waa so
weak that they performed only part
of the work wh'ch they bad planned
It is understood they stated that he
should have been operated upon for
appendicitis a long time past, and his
system had absorbed a sufficient
amount of pus and poison to cause
death in the near future and that the
injury only hastened the matter. Mr.
Clarkson was a very bright young
man and as manager of the team had
this year arranged the hardest sche
dule in the history of Norwich ath-
etes.Even when he anticipated death.
he urged the members of the team
to finish the schedule. Clarkson's
father, J. J. Clarkson, of Portland,
Conn., said his son's death was due
to his impaired condition and not due
to the game of football.
In the market for a
gasoline engine? Or a
We sell the
W2 have a new one
horse lumber wagon
we will close out cheap.
, Call in acd talk it ever.
The f smous little pills
Reasons for havings Bank
The Londonderry Sifter,
speaking of the Hyde Park
Savings Bank, summarizes the
reasons for the remarkable
success of that institution as
This Dsn with ex-Gcv Page as iti presi
dent, is to be congratulated upon tbe volume
of its Dimness, having pissed tie tsillfon
dollar mark ia its assets July llth; also upon
its basinets method, all of its investments
being within the state of Vermont. It has
depositors in all parts of the state, due to its
liberal advertising prompt service and a four
per cent interest rate.
This Bank pays 4 per cent
compounded semi-annually on
deposits of 100 or more re
maining in the bank one full
'Standard of quality
FOR SALE BY
Briag in your broken windows and have them
repaired for winter.
The common sizes carried in stock. Get
our prices on outside windows: WV can save
you money. ' "
Horse Blankets in winter weights now ready
Plush Lap Robes. Single and TeomlHorness
TW0I.1BLY & GOLTOtl
A new line Caps and Gloves for Fall and Winter
12 Pieces dating Flannels at 9c per yard
2 Bales Cotton Batting at 9c a roll; Bleached Ca
nton Cloth at 5 per cent discoun.
New line Fall Wrappers.
3-Horses For Sale-3
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup is a sa'c.
sure and prompt remedy for coughs and
colds and is good for every member of the
family. Sold by t.u. Fierce, Barton; b.J.
Kinney, Barton Landing.
BURGLARY AT SUTTON, P. Q.
Monday night or Tuesday morning
a daring attempt was made to rob the
Sovereign Bank at Satton, P. Q.
There were five men in the gang of
burglars and four distinct explosions
occurred, the heaviest at 5:15 a. m.
Tuesday. The outside door of the
safe was blown open and one layer of
the treasury but the inner platea of
the safe remained intact, preventing
the robbers from reaching the funds.
R. S. Ward, local manager, and E.
O. Curley were in their rooms in the
hotel across the street, were aroused
and became aware that an attempt
was being made to rob the bank.
Others in the vicinity were, also,
aroused by the explosion and matters
began to get hot for the burglars, who
were forced to decamp.
Shots were exchanged between
pursuers and pursued. The bank men
sent several shots after the robbers,
who left th3 bank about 2:10 and an
swred by shots in return.
Tie force of the explosion blew the
combination of the safe right th ough
the plate glass winJow. The building
was slightly damaged.
Several new tools left behind iudl
cate that the burglars w re from the
S ates, and in their flight went to the
south. The burglars misjudged the
strength of the safe. They were pre
paring for another explosion, but
finding that the citizens were being
aroused and fearing capture they
made a dash to avoid being surround
ed. The safe is said to have conta ned
$10,000.00. The local manager, Mr.
Ward, was nrst aroused shortly before
two o'clock, when he noticed a man
in the vicinity of the bank and called
o him asking what he was about. The
man responded dv coolly ligntms a
cigarette, evidently to divert suspi
cion. An explosion followed shortly
afterwards, when Mr. Ward fully
realized what was going on and
aroused his assistant, Mr. Uurry, who
began to shoot, and the burglars re
turned tne nre. inree men were on
guard outside the bank while the
other two did the work. The bank
men, upon reaching the street, sent in
a fire alarm and later the ringing of a
church bell completed the awakening
of the town. Postmaster Charles
Griggs came out onto the steps of the
post-ofHee to see what waa going on,
and was greened by a shot, the bullet
lodging in hio left foot. No other per
son was hit in the shooting.
DeWitt's Carbolized With Hwel Salve is
good for little burcs and big burns, siall
scratch's or bruises and big ones. Sold by
F. D. Pierce, Barton; F. J. Kinney, Barton
Newed Don't you believe marriage
broadens a man? Oldwed Well, I
don't know about that; but it usually
makes him shorter. Cleveland Plal
S6e Verdict Abotxt
&r Pcmltr Food
Inclosed fleare find check to pv your brl. Please send me "ie baT..i Page's
Pcrlectea Pou:iry Food. It is giving guod sa:i.factim. 1 thiuk it a g-ol food.
Yours iruiy, J. W. MORRIS, Westsrook, Mb.
We have tried and sold nearlv all of tKe barrel poultry food which has given good
satisfaction. Now we would hks another barrel of 250 or-300 pounds. Will ssnd
check for same when received. Please ship tliis order at once, and "blige, .
GRfc-ENHALGH & URADEEN, Cokmsh, Me.
" I have sold and used nearly 1,500 pound? of Page's Perfected Poultry Food the past
season. It gives good satisfaction I keep from seventy-f.ve to eighty litns myself,
and have a lot of egps this winter and spring. I thir-k when your poultry ford ia
properly used you will get TWICE AS MANY E'JGS with it as you will without
it. You may send me 200 pounds mere at once. -
11. J. I-IOLLISTER, No. Granville, N. Y.
Page's Perfected Pu'trv Food is a good seller, and my customers are MUCH
PLEASED WITH lis RESULTS.
THOMAS H. MOORE, Plymouth Union, Vt.
We have sold about 1.000 pounds the past winter of Page's Perfected Poultry
Food, act our SALES ARE I NCR EASING right along. We feel confident that
oar salts will be creatlv increased dunner the coming seas' n.
BADGER & NOYES, Sharon, Vt.
We have had feveral invoices of Pige's Perfected Poultry Food. The sale is in
Creating w 1(1 us. and so far we have had no oi.e enter any complaint against it,
which we tt.iak SPEAKS WELL FOR IT.
M. P. PERLEY & CO., Encsbueg Falls, Vt.
Pace's Perfected Poultry Food is giviig satisfaction to all who hav
salts are LARGER THIS SEASON 1 HAS LAS I'.
MYRON PROSSER, Chestertcwn
Page's Perfected Poultry Fod is the best food
a-is lay tliat 1 ever used. JSi customers all
err-r rroduter. I havi used it all winter, an
rr-ducd MORE EGGS THAN ANY ON
TOWN for the number of htns.- Hope to be able to handle
more of it another season.
C. F. SMITH, S wanton, Vt.
Tage's Perfected Poultry Food is the best food I
e-er used. Have fed it the past winter, and have re-
reived TWICE AS MANY EGGS
seasons- R- B. PIXLEY, Norwich,
Miles & Miller
edit. My RNifg
for makmg 1 f g
report it a good I y 'a
1 my hens have I, Wjq
ES ELSE IN WVW'm
former ia IV.
wi n m its
11 Ml BOYS
are now ready for your inspection at Dean's. We bny
our clothing' from the best Clothing houses in Boston and
New York, which is a gaarantee in itself of the high-grade
Clothing you buy when you trade with U3. Our motto
ha3 always been QUALITY first, PRICE second. We
are also agents for 4The Great Western Tailoring Co. of
Chicago and J. L. Taylor & Co., of New York, tailor made
suits. . Prices ranging from $13 to $45, fit and workman
ship guaranteed or your money refunded. Our fall lines
of hats, caps, neckwear and underwear, sweaters, hosiery
&c, is all in and ready for your inspection. We caD save
you money by trading with us.
G. E. DEAN
3 When you want it NjJ JJJJJIJ
I tToJ(). ,iaoP$ No smoke no smell no trouble. i
I j222E2S Often you want heat in a Wry 1 ( III
W in some room in the house the fur -
W J( nace does not reach. Its so easy to VW
J pick up and carry a
m. a a
I Hi fiIBM Y
T.. .v rwWHt'a ruinut Bladder
U to the
(Equipped witb Smokeless Device)
room you want to heat suitable for any room in the
It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing
ke or smell turn the wick as high as you can or
low as you like brass font holds 4 quarts of oil
that gives out glowing heat for 9 hours. Fin
ished in japan and nickel an ornament
anywhere. Every heater warranted.
I. iL. l.iti. lor thiltml ar
tkalHuWtfoayayUMra. Maieal Wa.akU laleiaUmd
t taBfrvrea oatnl aral Wr. Ewrf wraate.
8 m. A. F4atbMi OA Hahrlara bmm km
C Have just returned from
c market and have many new
f things that will interest the
ladies of Barton Landing and
Those who desire a perfect !
nttinor nifm graae corset are
requested to try the Gilbert.
My line of Dorothy dresses
for little girls are well made
and prices within the reach of
l nave just put m a new
stock of kid gloves at 1.10,
1.25 and 1.50 per pair.
The old stock that I had on
hand I will close at 0.89.
My line of sweaters, tams
and toques is complete. Call
and see them before the!
assortment is broken.
I have a handsome dress
skirt for 3.49. The quality
so good and price so low that j
they are sure to please.
Watch this space next week
and don't forget to call at
THE LADIES' STORE,
L. E, CpaiTcrd, Proprietor,
Barton lndlraOa - - - Vermont